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Curriculum Developer

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GROW is looking for creative and tech-savvy individuals to join our Curriculum Development team. In this role, you will develop lessons and course materials for GROW's youth-based career exploration program and contribute to the strategy and design of an online learning platform to deliver our educator trainings. If you are an effective team player with a passion for youth development, we would love to invite you to the GROW family!

Responsibilities may include:
Co-developing learning objectives and lesson plans for the program and finding new ways to improve the curriculum;
Researching ideas for program content, learning delivery methods, organizational learning, and models for improvement, growth, and development;
Helping develop our online training platform;
Surveying educators and/or students to help determine program needs and measure impact;
Conducting outreach to schools and organizations to continue to increase users of the curriculum;
Communicating with partnership organizations where we are teaching the A.I.M. curriculum;
Co-developing user and facilitation guides;
Potentially delivering curriculum to our service partners and students with customized A.I.M. content;
Attending weekly conference call to discuss curriculum needs, educator trainings and other logistics.

Passion for youth development and career exploration;
Understanding and appreciation for the diverse students we serve;
Creativity and an eye for design;
Effective team player and self-starter;
Knowledge of Microsoft Office tools and cloud content management;
Experience in teaching, ed tech, youth development, or other educational space (preferred)

About the Organization
GROW empowers youth to design their futures with tools that foster self-discovery. GROW’s interactive and introspective curriculum guides youth on a path to match their intrinsic interests with a meaningful career. By partnering with schools and educational organizations, GROW trains and certifies educators to deliver GROW’s curriculum in their own classrooms. To learn more, visit growmyfuture.org.

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About G.R.O.W.


19201 Twin Oaks Lane, Sonoma, CA 95476, US

Mission Statement

Empowering youth to design their futures through self-discovery and career awareness.


Growing Real Opportunities in the Workforce (G.R.O.W.) trains educators to empower their students to align who they are with what they want to do. GROW's curriculum does this by taking students through a fluid process of self-awareness, exploration of careers and the tools for students to be able to achieve their goals. Research has shown that programs that focus on career education and strengths-based self-assessment can help prevent dropouts and increase students’ academic performance. We reach youth at a critical time in their development, embed confidence in their ability to contribute to society, and introduce careers in emerging sectors that most youth are unaware of.

G.R.O.W.’s programs were developed to empower underserved and at-risk youth to take ownership of their education, careers, and futures. We help student identify their internal compass before starting the career preparation process. By doing so students have a clear understanding of WHERE they are headed and WHY.

Caseworkers have told us that our class has transformed students in all aspects of their lives and has deeply impacted their social-emotional development. One student commented that the class "saved her life." Another student said after taking our class he understood for the first time the importance of school and is now engaged in the classroom.

Get involved and help us touch more lives!


Children & Youth
Computers & Technology
Education & Literacy
Children & Youth, Computers & Technology, Education & Literacy


Fri May 31, 2024 - Wed Jul 31, 2024


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


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  • 5-10 hours per week

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