The Program Administrator Assistant will assist with overseeing program workshops, outings and academic enrichment activities for students. The ideal candidate will have experience working with children and have some formal classroom experience.
This position also requires administrative skills and leadership. The Program Administrator Assistant must be capable of multi-tasking.
In consultation with the Executive Officer and the senior level management team, recruit, interview and select staff and/or volunteers with appropriate skills for the program activities
Use training and educational opportunities to positively influence others to achieve results that are in the best interest of the organization
Assist with recruiting students to ensure daily attendance requirements are sufficient
Establish and maintain communication with school staff, school administrators, DDP staff, students and families regarding all aspects of student involvement in the program
Attend scheduled meetings
The Program Administrator Assistant will be at least 25 years of age and meet one or more of the educational requirements below:
Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Education, Child Development, Social Work or related field and have at least 12 months experience working with school age children; or
A Bachelor’s degree in any field or an Associate degree in any field and have 2 years of experience working with school age children
Ability to work in a team environment
Ability to work independently and work under strict deadlines
975 Cobb Place Blvd. Suite 101, Kennesaw, GA 30144, US
Our Mission: To foster healthy relationships and to empower girls to live a life of bold success.
Destiny’s Daughters of Promise is a Georgia-based, nonprofit organization with a mission to provide a safe environment where teen girls can come and learn strategies to become confident leaders and contributing members of society. We offer services that promote leadership development, strong interpersonal skills, financial literacy, healthy relationships, community involvement and basic life skills. Program activities are designed to prepare teen girls for transition into healthy and independent adults. We aim to prepare teens for college, careers and to serve in the community.
The greatest strength of the program is that girls receive training, adult guidance and leadership development on a weekly basis during the school year. They also learn how to give back to their communities by participating in relevant service projects. Program leaders committed to providing programs and opportunities for teen girls that would help them excel in leadership, community involvement, education, and personal growth and development.
The services are provided to middle and high school girls. This age group is particularly vulnerable and are most in need of the services offered. Participants are referred by teachers, counselors and school administrators.