Your Money Matters is 501C3 nonprofit who mission is to provide financial literacy education and mentoring for economically vulnerable young adults.
Job Description:Program Coordinator
The Program Coordinator will assist the Executive Director in managing the administration of the "Your Money Matters Financial Mentor" program. Job responsibilities include:
Organize and help facilitate mentor/mentee orientation and training sessions and provide ongoing program support Research, evaluate, and prepare recommendations on program development and evaluations.
Recommend, order, or authorize purchase of instructional materials, supplies, equipment, and visual aids designed to meet student educational needs.
Provide guidance to mentors and mentees to ensure that both groups understand their responsibilities and have a rewarding mentoring relationship.
Conduct or participate in workshops, committees, and conferences designed to promote the intellectual, social, and physical welfare of mentees.
Oversee the redesign of our social media campaign (i.e. Social media pages for Facebook, Twitter profile, Instagram, LinkedIn and Hootsuite, Blog, etc.).
Identify gaps in our volunteer management process and take the lead on redeveloping our approach and systems
The intern will shadow the Executive Director including possible participation in after-hours meetings and events. This is currently an unpaid internship opportunity but could be paid based on future funding.
The main focus of the internship will be to provide opportunities for the intern to learn non-profit fundraising, market research & analysis, sales, marketing, event planning and organizational skills. Additionally the internship will focus on verbal and written communication skills, communicating with a large group, communicating and working with volunteers, preparing and presenting corporate/public presentations, organizing and planning meetings and/or events, tracking weekly progress, and managing and building relationships with businesses, sponsors and teams.
Your Money Matters is a Financial Mentorship Program that provides individualized long-term, quality one on one financial mentoring that supports, educates, and empowers economically vulnerable, low income, young people and adults at no-cost.
Your Money Matters will target youth and young adults who have already participated in some form of group financial education to ensure a more even baseline knowledge among participants. In some cases, initial group training will be provided first before the mentorship component of the program begins. Your Money Matters program then picks up where these programs leave off. One of the major needs Your Money Matters addresses is that even after participating in financial education, many individuals conclude the course thinking, "now what?" and wondering how to implement what they learned. Your Money Matters fills that gap by pairing students with trained and dedicated mentors who can help shepherd them through the often-overwhelming maze of personal finance - from assisting them in determining which bank account is best to mitigating commercial debt to creating a household budget - mentors are there every step of the way.
Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
We'll work with your schedule.
12110 SE 312th St Suite 206Auburn, WA98092
September 17, 2020
Adobe Creative Suite
Social Media / Blogging
CSR / Volunteer Coordination
Driver's License Needed
Must be at least 21
Orientation or Training
20 hours per month schedule is flexible
To apply, please send a resume and letter of interest to Clinton Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org.