Diversely experienced program director with layers of knowledge and skill sets ranging from volunteer, intern, and staff management, program development and implementation, marking and promotion, grant writing, training facilitation, and the overall tasks associated with the flexible climate of non-profit, community based organizations.
- Directed two 21st Century Community Learning Center afterschool programs serving over 150 K-8th grade students and 20 staff members.
- Supervised 18 undergraduate social work interns at eight high schools as part of a collaboration of community partners seeking to decrease the county-wide dropout rate.
- Awarded several community, corporate, and state funded grants, including the federal 21st Century Community Learning Center award.
- Facilitation of multiple professional development trainings on topics ranging from curriculum resources to project implementation. Holding monthly staff meetings, orientation, and end of year wrap up trainings.
- Assisting program director in successful launch of new programs including a community garden and school pantry.
Providing supervision to 16 undergraduate level Social Work interns serving as Graduation Coaches located at 6 different high schools. Collaboration with other community youth service organizations involved in community drop out prevention initiative. Weekly on-site supervision of Graduation Coaches, as well as quarterly evaluations of performance, weekly review of data management requirements including case notes. Serving as Field Instructor for interns and maintaining communication and partnership with local universities.
As Program Director, responsibilities included: program development, including planning of activities and creation of program schedule, hiring/managing staff, volunteer coordination, creating and following budget, establishing and maintaining partnerships and relationships with school administrators and other community organizations, and meeting and demonstrating 21st CCLC grant requirements, policies and procedures, and grant goals and objectives.
Working closely with CISFC, Stokes County Director in providing instructional support and assistance in implementing 21st CCLC grant at Stokes and Forsyth County school and community sites. Grant research and writing, maintaining Social Media, coordinating fundraising events, and maintaining community partnerships for Stokes County branch of CISFC.
With a focus on Identity Studies in American Cultures including American Indian/Indigenous Studies and other minority studies. Field Instruction received in Southwest American Indian studies on Navajo and Zuni reservations, and Paleo-Indian archaeological sites.
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