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We’re looking for a Program Director who will champion teen programs. The perfect candidate is a creative, organized self-starter with event planning experience, curriculum development and strong interest in issues affecting girls. Girl Scout experience, strong writing skills and a Bachelor’s Degree are desired.
The Program Director is responsible for supporting and retaining adult volunteers and girl members by providing, developing and delivering program resources, as well as developing and maintaining partnerships to assist volunteers in their work with girls throughout our 41-county footprint. The Program Director will provide the development, coordination and delivery of quality program including events, curricula, and additional resources as driven by market needs. The individual will identify, cultivate and maintain program partnerships and collaborations and will recruit, train and support volunteers in effective delivery of program.
The position is responsible for delivery and oversight of girl programs at our teen grade levels: Girl Scout Cadette, Senior, and Ambassador. Accountabilities also include promoting, educating and maintaining our Highest Awards programs for the Girl Scout Gold Award and Girl Scout Silver Award. Frequent evening and weekend work required.
This position is full-time, exempt and may be housed in any service center. To apply, email a cover letter, resume, writing samples and references to Meridith Orr, Program Executive by February 27, 2015.
Girl Scouts North Carolina Coastal Pines is looking for an energetic, fun and creative individual who relates and understands the development needs of youth and who enjoys working with girls. As a programming assistant you would be responsible for the development and implementation of age appropriate programs designed to build leadership, self-esteem, assist girls in developing new skills, and promote team building. Must be able to work with upwards of 20 girls at a time and ensure their safety by enforcing appropriate safety regulations and emergency procedures. Applicants must be a high school graduate and have reliable transportation. Experience working with children is a must. EOE.
- Chatham County: Contact Kamilah Davis.
- Richmond and Scotland counties: Contact Jamie Gerald.
- Robeson County: Contact Njeri Fikes.
- Wake and Durham counties: Contact Katrenia McPhail-Dickerson.
- Wayne county: Contact Star Davis.
- Vance, Warren, Franklin, and Granville counties: Contact Teresa Wimbrow.
- Carteret, Craven, and Pamlico counties: Contact Laura Lee Davis.