Our organization seeks to attract talented professionals who possess a strong belief in our mission and a commitment to customer service and relationship-building. Qualified applicants are encouraged to review our current career opportunities and submit documents as requested. Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis is an equal opportunity employer.
Available Positions at Girls Inc.:
Seasonal Program Specialist
Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis is seeking individuals to fulfill seasonal (on call) program specialist positions. Seasonal program specialists deliver programs for girls between the ages of 6 and 18 years old in alignment with the Girls Inc. programming philosophy. Ideal candidates will have experience working with youth, diverse populations, facilitating programs activities for groups of at least 20 children, and knowledge of youth development. Experience leading Girls Inc. programs in the last 12 months preferred. Candidates must enjoy working with youth and promoting a positive environment. Ideal for individuals with a creative and innovative program implementation style. Candidates must have a reliable and consistent method of transportation. Seasonal program specialists must be available to plan and facilitate at least five 6-week session programs per program cycle, as needed, and have open availability Monday through Friday between 7:30am and 6:30pm. If you are interested in inspiring girls in Greater Indianapolis to be strong, smart and bold, please send cover letter and resume to LaTasha Hudson at email@example.com before September 12th.
Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis is seeking seasonal, as needed, Program Facilitators. Our program facilitators deliver Girls Inc. programs to girls in the following groups: ages 6-8, ages 9-11, and ages 12-14.
Ideal candidates will have experience working with diverse groups and facilitating programs for groups of youth; and must enjoy working with children and promoting a positive environment for youth. Candidates must have knowledge of youth development, experience engaging youth as a leader of preplanned programs/activities at a church, community center or school, in addition, the ability to discuss demonstrated group behavior management techniques and apply those techniques in a classroom setting with 15-20 girls. Pursuing a bachelor or associates degree and preferably 1+ years of experience in planning and implementing programs that achieve established outcomes, also preferred.
All intern candidates are required to submit a cover letter and resume to LaTasha Hudson, Director of Programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Individuals must apply by the following deadlines: August 1st for fall semester opportunities and January 1st for winter semester opportunities. Cover letters and resumes received after deadline will be reviewed for consideration for the next semester. Qualified applicants will be invited to interview and must consent to background screening and attend training prior to acceptance. Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis conducts an equal opportunity internship program.