Job Postings: Science Club for Girls
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Science Club for Girls (SCFG), a Cambridge, Massachusetts, based program focused on increasing the interest and participation of girls in science, technology, and mathematics (STEM) for girls in grades K-12, is currently seeking to fill 2 full-time positions.
Volunteer Program Director
The Volunteer Program Director is responsible for creating an integrated strategy for volunteer engagement, and building a vibrant community of volunteers to support the programs, operation, and development of our organization. The VPD works in close communication with SCFG staff and lead volunteers to identify needs and prioritize volunteer program opportunities, training, and activities. As a member of the Senior Leadership Team, the VPD provides input into the organization’s strategy.
Teen Program Director
The Teen Program Director (PD) is responsible for overseeing the development, implementation, and assessment of all SCFG programming for girls in grades 6-12. S/he serves as the organizational expert in youth development, overseeing the multifaceted programs under our Career Exploration, Leadership, and Life Skills (CELLS) framework, which takes a whole-girl approach to build the capacity of girls through science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). S/he is responsible for overseeing a team of staff in doing this work, as well as building program capacity and quality. This is a full-time staff position, including vacation time and health insurance.
For additional details, please visit our website at www.scienceclubforgirls.org/ww-us.
To Apply: Please email your cover letter and resume in PDF format to email@example.com. In the subject line please include the title of the position you are applying for and your last name.
This is an AA/EOE position. We strongly encourage persons of color and women to apply.
Science Club for Girls (SCFG) is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to foster excitement, confidence and literacy in STEM for girls, particularly from underrepresented communities, by providing free, experiential programs and by maximizing meaningful interactions with women mentors in science, technology, engineering & mathematics. Girls work with mentor-scientists who model and foster leadership, affirms college as an expectation, and promotes careers in science and technology as goals and options. We target girls from resource-poor communities and who may be first in their family to attend college, and we embrace a near-peer mentoring approach that engages women and girls across generations and academic/career stages to create a network of support for their mutual advancement.