Careers

Girls Inc. seeks to attract talented professionals who possess a strong belief in our mission and a commitment to serving and empowering girls ages 6-18 in the greater Indianapolis area. 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.

Open Positions

Chief Development Officer
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The Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis Chief Development Officer (CDO) provides direct leadership to meet the defined strategic revenue and public relations goals of the organization through robust and successful fundraising and marketing initiatives. The CDO serves as the primary fundraiser and relationship builder for the 1.1-million-dollar organization and ensures a diversified and balanced funding stream. Along with the CEO, the Chief Development Officer serves as a public face of the organization to all stakeholders and constituents and, as such, must operate with the highest level of passion for the mission, integrity, and professionalism.

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This position will serve as a vital member of the leadership team by staying abreast of agency-wide issues and contributing to the development and achievement of the agency’s long-term vision, positive culture, and strategic operating plans.

Candidates must have obtained a Bachelor’s degree. CFRE and/or Master’s degree is preferred. Candidates must have a minimum of five years of proven experience in fundraising, including demonstrated personal solicitation experience. To read the full job description, please click here.

Interested candidates can apply by sending a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to careers@girlsincindy.org.

High School Programs Coordinator
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The Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis High School Programs Coordinator will develop and manage leadership development and college and career preparedness programs. In addition, this individual will develop and maintain effective program partnerships with middle and high schools to support comprehensive programming for teen program participants. This individual will engage and support all agency constituents in support of teen programs, including program volunteers, staff, and partners.

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Candidates must have obtained a Bachelor’s degree in nonprofit studies, education, human development, or another related field. Candidates must have a minimum of two years experience in coordinating youth programming, specifically working with teens; supporting volunteers; working with community collaboration and knowledge of youth development. To read the full job description, please click here.

Interested candidates can apply by sending a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to careers@girlsincindy.org.

Eureka! Engagement Specialist
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Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis seeks a seasonal specialist to engage girls, ages 12-14, in Eureka! summer camp programs and activities, in alignment with the Girls Inc. programming philosophy. This position is full-time through the Eureka! summer camp (June 17 – July 12). Candidates must be available for training (1 week prior to camp start) and camp wrap up (1 week after camp concludes). 

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This position will be responsible for engaging and supervising girls throughout the Eureka! summer camp. As requested, this position will assist the Eureka! coordinator in preparing, planning, and delivering programs and activities for girls, including but not limited to personal development and service learning programs. The specialist must be comfortable facilitating programs for groups of youth between the ages of 12 and 14, and demonstrate knowledge in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).

Candidates must have obtained or are pursuing a bachelor’s degree in STEM, Human Development, Gender Studies, Social Work, or related field. Candidates must have a minimum 12 months of experience in facilitating programs for groups of youth, and be skilled in working with diverse groups. Excellent writing, presentation, and verbal communication skills are required. To read the full job description, please click here.

Interested candidates can apply by sending a cover letter and resume to Taylor Sitorius, Eureka! Coordinator, at tsitorius@girlsincindy.org. Applications are due by Friday, May 17.

Summer Camp Girl Engagement Specialist
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Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis is seeking Girl Engagement Specialists for the 2019 summer camp. Summer Camp Girl Engagement Specialists are directly involved in the supervision and engagement of camp participants during programming and activities; they may also help the Program Specialists in the delivery of content as requested or plan activities for informal time. Girl Engagement Specialists help maintain accurate records and help facilitate healthy interpersonal relationships between camp participants. They help ensure that all girls are safe, included, and having fun at the Girls Inc. summer camp.

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Candidates must demonstrate effective interpersonal skills; the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships, get along with diverse personalities, be tactful, mature, and flexible. Candidates must have a minimum of 6 months experience in facilitating programs to youth, and be pursuing or have already achieved a bachelor’s degree in education, human development, gender studies, social work, or a related field. Reliable and consistent transportation is required.

The position is full-time during camp (beginning of June through mid-July). Candidates must be available for training (1 week prior to camp start) and camp wrap up (1 week after camp concludes). To apply, send cover letter and resume to Jessica Morris, Senior Program Support Coordinator, at jmorris@girlsincindy.org.

Summer Camp Junior Girl Engagement Specialist
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Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis is seeking Junior Girl Engagement Specialists for the 2019 summer camp. Candidates must be high school students between the ages of 15-18 years old. Summer Camp Junior Girl Engagement Specialists assist other camp employees in the supervision and management of camp participants; they may also help the Program Specialists in the delivery of content as requested or plan activities for informal time. They help ensure that all girls are safe, included, and having fun at the Girls Inc. summer camp.

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Candidates must have participated in Girls Inc. programs either as a summer camp participant or during the academic year. Candidates must have demonstrated prior leadership skills and have a minimum current academic GPA of 2.8 on a 4.0 scale. Final candidates must be able to provide a Work Permit prior to the 5th day of May. Reliable and consistent transportation is required.

The position is full-time during camp (beginning of June through mid-July). Candidates must be available for training (1 week prior to camp start) and camp wrap up (1 week after camp concludes). To apply, send cover letter and resume to Jessica Morris, Senior Program Support Coordinator, at jmorris@girlsincindy.org.

Volunteer Relations Intern
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Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis is seeking a part-time, fall-semester intern to advocate and raise awareness for Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis through the planning and implementation of volunteer recruitment, volunteer data management, and stewardship. Intern will have the opportunity to support the development and implementation of strategic goals and objectives.

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Candidates must be pursuing or have achieved a Bachelor’s degree in Nonprofit Management, Philanthropic Studies, or related field. Experience with volunteer recruitment and coordination, and excellent writing, presentation, and verbal communication skills required. Experience using CRM systems preferred. Reliable and consistent method of transportation required. To read the full job description, please click here.

All intern candidates are required to submit a cover letter and resume to Danielle Edwards, Volunteer Coordinator, at dedwards@girlsincindy.org. Qualified applicants will be invited to interview and must consent to background screening prior to acceptance. Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis conducts an equal opportunity internship program.

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