Human Resources Achievement Program
This position is located within the office of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Volunteer works with the Chief Strategist Officer to identify goals and objectives for the development of the CEO’s Annual Plan. Incumbent utilizes various methods of communication, effectively research, analyze, and negotiate, with established and unestablished networks to advance the vision and mission of HRAP. Ideal candidate has demonstrated experience and training to: navigate proposals, grants, procurements and contracts, establish and organize grassroots campaigns, work with agency officials formally and informally, to promote HRAP, craft propaganda from talking points to correspondence to op-ed, skilled in negotiation, fundraising, business planning, operations, and drafting regulations.
About Human Resources Achievement Program
1231-B Good Hope Road Southeast, Washington, DC 20020, US
To break the pipeline from school to prison by educating and empowering young adults in the professional lifestyle of Human Resource Management.
Human Resources Achievement Program, Inc. (HRAP, Inc.) grows confident, capable and caring students with the life skills to thrive in today's high performing organizations. HRAP, Inc. is a DC based non-profit designed to teach Undefended Students (US), also known as "At-Risk", the professional Lifestyle of Human Resources as a way to break the pipeline from school to incarceration, and gain economic independence.