In addition to our paid positions below, please take a look our AmeriCorps service opportunities at the bottom of this page, or by clicking here.
Donor Relations Coordinator
Responsible for the development and maintenance of donor database, donor analytics, stewardship plan, and moves management system. The position is also a key team member on all events, particularly fundraising events and governance meetings, and coordinates ongoing operations for fundraising office.
Director of Sports Ministry
Develops, plans, and provides leadership for Emerald Youth Foundation’s city-wide, recreational, competitive, and urban middle schools’ sports offerings, through various programs such as leagues, clinics, curriculum, and discipleship.
Director of Development
Provides leadership for the organization’s efforts in fundraising and development. Should be highly creative and an ongoing generator of ideas. The successful candidate will help forge new relationships to grow Emerald’s visibility, impact, and funding.
Performance Training Director
The Performance Training Director develops, plans, and manages Emerald Youth Foundation’s city-wide performance training program for youth and young adults. They also seek to connect and engage with young people in the community to educate and train through a safe comprehensive program that prepares for success and instills a life-long active lifestyle.
Worship Arts Director
The Worship Arts Director should incorporate traditional and contemporary music as the centerpiece of the worship arts program, building bands and choirs and eventually connecting other areas such as drama, theatre, and dance. This role will equip, shepherd, and recruit city-wide youth to participate, experience, and lead in worship.
The JustLead Coordinator will be responsible for the recruitment of youth and families to participate in the JustLead programs as well as volunteers to help support the ministry initiatives and for achieving assigned program goals.
Recruiting 2018 AmeriCorps Members
AmeriCorps members are individuals who commit their time and skills to get things done for America. There are more than 80,000 Americans across the country participating in AmeriCorps each year. All of them are tackling different problems in different ways, and have dedicated their time and skills to serve. AmeriCorps members spend anywhere from three months to a year serving with a nonprofit, school, public agency, or community and faith-based organization.
We hope you will consider joining Emerald Youth Foundation as an AmeriCorps member.
Paid, Part-Time Positions
Drivers will use Emerald Youth Foundation vehicles primarily after-school pick-ups and summer day camps as part of Emerald Youth's JustLead program. Position could also include field trips, transportation of staff for events, and other trips as needed.
Red Cross certified Lifeguards needed this Fall 2018 to support Emerald Youth Sports' Learn to Swim program for JustLead (elementary and middle school age) participants.
JustLead Urban Youth Worker
This position will assist in operation of all aspects of the Emerald Youth Foundation older youth programs. The Just Lead Urban Youth Worker will work toward and achieve assigned program goals and recruitment of volunteers, youth, and families to participate in the organization programs.
Swim Instructors needed this summer 2018 to lead swim lessons as part of Emerald Youth Sports' Learn to Swim curriculum for JustLead (elementary and middle school age) participants.
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Regarding AmeriCorps members, it is Emerald Youth Foundation’s policy to provide service opportunities to all people without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, handicap or national origin. The material contained on this website regarding AmeriCorps is based upon work supported by the Corporation for National and Community Service under AmeriCorps Grant #13ACHTN0010002. Opinions or points of view expressed on this Website are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official position of, or a position endorsed by, the Corporation of the AmeriCorps Program.