Help run programs that teach young people about leadership, citizenship, and social justice! Work behind the scenes at an innovative nonprofit organization! Northwestern University's Civic Education Project is now hiring a full time Assistant Coordinator!
The Civic Education Project (CEP), at Northwestern University's Center for Talent Development, is an award-winning leadership and citizenship program for outstanding high school and junior high school students. CEP combines traditional education and community service to promote civic responsibility among young people. Through innovative school year programs and summer courses, CEP offers promising young people opportunities to learn and serve in communities across the country, developing the knowledge, experience, and leadership skills they need to make a positive impact on society.
Assistant Coordinator Position:
The Assistant Coordinator is responsible for supporting the administration of CEP's school-year and summer service-learning programs, with significant responsibility for day-to-day operations. Specific responsibilities include: designing programs and curricula; organizing service projects, community experiences, and speakers; overseeing student recruitment and outreach to families and educators; recruiting, hiring, training, and supervising temporary program staff; and working in on-site administrative roles at sites throughout the country during spring and summer program seasons.
To learn more about CEP, visit here.
About the Assistant Coordinator position, including a complete job description, qualifications, and salary range, visit here.
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