Under the direct supervision of the Program Coordinator the Program Leader will assist with constructing program materials, conduct program, supervise, and participate in evaluations.The program facilitator will conduct workshops for the organizations VISA Program. This program is presented to students within Columbus City Schools.-Victory In Sustaining Abstinence (VISA) is designed to empower girls in Franklin County to provide preventive services for youth, and supportive services for pregnant and parenting teens between the ages of 9-21 years of age.The programs core competencies are to focus on helping program participants to define self-worth positive self-worth, resilience, setting future goals, social skills which entails problem-solving, emotional competence, empathy, and understanding their worth.
The workshops are presented Tuesday's, Wednesday's and Thursday'sbetween 12:00-2:30 p.m. requiring a minimum of 6 hours per week. The program leader will primarily work with middle and high school female students. The age groups are separated to ensure the program material is comprehensive and age appropriate.
Work directly with the Program Coordinator
Help with the implementation of program curriculum.
Ensure the learning outcomes are designed to meet the program goals and objectives
Create a learning environment that is fun, interactive and engaging.
Ensure programs are well rounded and a variety of topics presented.
Qualification and Skills
Associates in Social Services or Childhood Development
3-5 years experience working with youth
The ability to develop strong relationships in a relatively short period of time
Strong Interpersonal and Communication Skills
Strong ability to create and follow systems and procedures
To provide supportive services and resources to girls, young mothers and families in disadvantaged communities by establishing programs and workshops that promote healthy parenting, health, and family well-being and preventive measures to decrease the rate of teen pregnancy.
Founder and Innovator of the VISA Program/ Victory In Sustaining Abstinence (VISA) is designed to empower girls in Franklin County to provide preventive services for youth and supportive services for pregnant and parenting teens between the ages of 9-21 years of age. The objective of the program is to educate girls and female adolescence grades 5 th-8 th on reproductive health by promoting healthy options, risk associated with unprotected sex, and continued efforts of lowering the teen pregnancy rate. The VISA program is a series of modules facilitated by women professionals that either licensed/certified on the subject matter and teach from personal experiences on the various topics that are discussed in these workshops. The VISA program was created to be informative and fun by encouraging engagement and interaction from program participate while allowing participants to receive reward points as they progress through this program. Throughout the duration of modules program participants are able to obtain credits (incentives) which will be applied to their VISA cards, provided by Women Just Like Me.
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1561 Old Leonard AvenueColumbus, OH43219
January 1, 2021
Teaching / Instruction
Case Work / Management
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
The workshops are presented Tuesday's, Wednesday's and Thursday's between 12:00-2:30 p.m. requiring a minimum of 6 hours per week. The program leader will primarily work with middle and high school female students. The age groups are separated to en