Manager Corporate & Foundation Relations

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Point Foundation - New York, NY The primary accountability of the Corporate & Foundation Manager is to implement strategies to cultivate long-term, comprehensive relationships with all institutional grant-making organizations. This development professional will manage and grow a portfolio of corporate and foundation funders to ensure a diverse revenue stream for Point Foundation, while initiating and maintaining communications with prospects and funders. Manager Corporate & Foundation Relations RESPONSIBILITIES Works effectively with the Development Directors – East & West to achieve fundraising goals and design, implement and communicate a detailed development plan related to corporate and foundation supporters Supervises Grants & Database Associate to maintain a robust pipeline of new prospective funders, to ensure that grant proposals and reports are produced in a timely manner and to support the organizational and record-keeping…
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Organizing Associate GLSEN

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GLSEN - Washington, DC The Organizing Associate (OA) is charged with designing, constructing, and overseeing the implementation of grassroots organizing campaigns geared at mobilizing GLSEN's diverse constituency. GLSEN has a wide range of constituents (through various channels such as Chapter volunteers, social media followers, email subscribers, local partners, etc.) who care deeply about our mission and look for ways to be involved. The OA works to bring interested constituents into our policy work and is responsible for organizing action campaigns, both digitally and on the ground. The OA also works closely with other members of GLSEN's Public Policy team to identify areas in which constituent engagement will advance GLSEN's public policy goals. This position is based in GLSEN's Washington, D.C. office. Organizing Associate GLSEN Responsibilities: Develop constituent engagement systems and…
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Outreach Worker The Door A Center of Alternatives

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The Door - A Center of Alternatives - New York, NY Substitute Outreach Workers will engage in face to face encounters with young people using the Christopher Street Pier and other neighborhoods where homeless youth congregate, during the hours of 10pm-2am with the goal of facilitating a safe transition to young people's second destination when Pier 45 closes. Outreach workers will be insightful professionals concerned with the well-being of young people using the Pier and West Village neighborhood as a safe space to express their identities as well as de-escalate tensions arising from cultural differences between members of the West Village Community. Outreach workers will also plan and facilitate extended hours workshops on-site at The Door. Outreach Worker The Door A Center of Alternatives Responsibilities: Facilitate safe and respectful transition…
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Education Center Coordinator Los Angeles LGBT Center

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Los Angeles LGBT Center - Los Angeles, CA Implement, coordinate and develop the GED and postsecondary education programming for LGBT young adults, aged 17 to 24 years, at the Youth Center on Highland. Education Center Coordinator Los Angeles LGBT Center Work with clients to develop their individualized education plans including GED, high school, postsecondary education enrollment, and life skills planning; facilitate direct education services for youth that includes conducting interviews and assessments, developing lesson plans, assigning lessons, tutoring clients, grading tests, and administering action plans. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1) In collaboration with the education team, develop, implement and coordinate the GED and postsecondary education programming at the Youth Center on Highland; 2) Work with clients to develop their individualized education plans including GED, high school, postsecondary education enrollment, and life skills…
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Youth Advocate Los Angeles LGBT Center

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Los Angeles LGBT Center - Los Angeles, CA Provide direct supervision to sheltered clients, ensuring all aspects of their case plan are followed along with communicating with case managers and other youth advocates on a daily basis and maintain accurate shift documentation. Youth Advocate Los Angeles LGBT Center ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1) Provide direct supervision to sheltered clients, age 18-24; 2) Help ensure all aspects of client's daily case plan are followed; 3) Communicate with case managers and other youth advocates on a daily basis and maintain accurate shift documentation; 4) Supervise and/or facilitate client groups and other activities; 5) Supervise and coordinate client's participation in cleaning and upkeep of shelter; 6) Assist clients to deal effectively with personal and interpersonal issues as they arise; 7) Assist the Youth Management in…
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Youth Residential Manager

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Los Angeles LGBT Center - Hollywood, CA Under the general supervision of the Homeless Services Program Manager, the on-site Residential Manager will oversee the operations and supervision of the residential shelter and staff. Since 1969 the Los Angeles LGBT Center has cared for, championed and celebrated LGBT individuals and families in Los Angeles and beyond. Today we are the world's largest provider of programs and services for LGBT people. We’re also a fun, inspiring and rewarding place to work, with 450+ staff and 3,000+ volunteers united by a common goal to make the world a better place for LGBT people. If you're passionate about caring--and advancing equality--for LGBT people, we invite you to consider joining the organization where you can make the greatest possible impact: the Los Angeles LGBT Center.…
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Student Office Assistants LGBT Resource Center

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Syracuse University - Syracuse, NY The LGBT Resource Center has two openings for the position of Student Office Assistant beginning in September 2015. Student Office Assistants LGBT Resource Center Student Office Assistants at the LGBT Resource Center will conduct routine office duties as directed. Responsibilities include: answering the phone, receiving visitors, filing, sorting, maintaining records, providing information, running errands, doing word processing, entering data, operating basic office machines, and providing referrals. Staff will be expected to engage in ongoing projects central to the mission of the LGBTResource Center, including but not limited to planning and implementing programming for the LGBTQA campus community. Student Office Assistants will work as part of a team of student and senior staff, and will be expected to attend bi-weekly staff meetings (1-2 hours) as well…
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Gay-Straight Alliance Network Specialist

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SMYAL - Washington, DC The GSA Network Specialist is a part-time position working with the Leadership Programs Manager to coordinate and support the DC Regional GSA Network program. The GSA Network Specialist is a hands-on/on-the-ground position and will support our work in building youth power for the GSA movement by assisting and connecting local school GSAs and LGBTQA student clubs, facilitating the sharing of best practices, and developing youth leadership. The DC Regional GSA Network is a member organization of the National Association of GSA Networks, and this position may also include coordinating with the National Association and implementing materials from the GSA Network National Program. This part-time position will require being in the office a total of 24 hours per week. It may include some weekend or evening hours…
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Boston Youth Programs Manager

Boston Youth Programs Manager

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The Theater Offensive - Boston, MA The Theater Offensive seeks an experienced arts administrator to coordinate and oversee True Colors: Out Youth Theater programs as the Youth Programs Manager. Boston Youth Programs Manager About True Colors The Theater Offensive's mission is to present the diversity of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer lives in art so bold it breaks through personal isolation, challenges the status quo and builds thriving communities. True Colors: Out Youth Theater uses a proven community-based theater approach to train and inspire LGBTQ and allied youth leaders. The majority of participants are youth of color from urban neighborhoods ages 14-22. True Colors youth leaders work with The Theater Offensive to develop comprehensive True Colors programming that engages each participant deeply in the organization's mission. Programs include: True…
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