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Program Coordinator

NH Teen Institute

NH Teen Institute, the only statewide youth empowerment and prevention organization in NH, offers year-round leadership skills training, substance misuse prevention education, and support for NH & New England teens, preteens, and adult advisors who are working together to make a difference in their lives and communities.  Our Mission is to empower teens to lead healthy lifestyles and create stronger communities through community-focused prevention and leadership workshops. Our Vision is for EVERY teenager to have the opportunity to discover the full capacity of their personal power and create healthier schools and communities.

The NH Teen Institute (TI) is seeking a part-time Program Coordinator to assist with program preparation and delivery, communications (direct & through social media posts), and volunteer engagement and coordination.  This is a year-round position with flexible scheduling - up to 16 hrs/week from September-March, and up to 24 hrs/week from April-August.  The position is a combination of in-person & remote hours, including in-person time at the TI business office in Manchester and co-facilitating programs for middle & high-school youth around the state.  The flexibility of the position may be compatible with a college class schedule, an existing part-time position, etc.

The Program Coordinator is a representative and an ambassador of the NH Teen Institute and its programs, and is responsible for many of the interactions TI has with our community at large. Part of the position’s responsibility will be to promote the culture and ideals of TI, as well as assist volunteers, alumni, and participants in navigating the systems and culture.  Role modeling appropriate conflict management and adherence to the TI Code of Ethics is vital to the role.

  • 18 years of age or older, due to supervisory needs during programs
  • Strong presentation and organizational skills
  • Ability to work independently and manage multiple tasks simultaneously, including reprioritizing based on unexpected deadlines
  • Skilled in social media, including email, Facebook, Instagram, and our organization’s website.
  • Ability to manage the boundaries between the professional aspects of the position and the personal relationships formed within the TI Community.
  • Excellent written and verbal skills
  • Demonstrated experience with group facilitation.
  • A team player who is flexible, collaborative, and proactive.
  • Valid driver's license and personal transportation to workshop sites around the state as needed.
  • Co-facilitate prevention-based training sessions, workshops, and outreach activities for schools and community groups.
  • Assist in marketing TI programs to schools, organizations, and individuals.
  • Assist in the recruitment of TI program volunteers and participants.
  • Coordinate logistics for volunteer staff trainings.
  • Maintain contact databases, including volunteers and alumni.
  • Assist in maintaining NH Teen Institute’s online presence.
  • Prepare and package materials for TI programs.
  • Assist the Executive Director and Grant Writer with development projects or research.
  • Complete all pre- and post-program data input, paperwork organization, and filing.
  • Assist with program follow-up, including surveys, mailings, and other needs.
  • Assist with planning and implementation of events as needed.
  • Assist with the upkeep of program supplies and archival storage requirements.
  • Represent TI at coalition/school/community group meetings as needed.
  • Participate in regular (e.g. monthly) supervision meetings with the Program Director.
  • Other tasks as assigned.
How to Apply:

For additional information or to apply for the position, please contact Marissa Carlson, Executive Director, at  Interested applicants should submit a resume with their email.

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Date Added: November 16, 2021

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