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Youth Leadership Program Director
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6 people are interested
- Mentor kc4k Advisory Board in their endeavors
- Arrange physical/virtual meetings, at least monthly
- Work with TAF Board liaison for all kc4k needs
- Execute the *2021 Greater Toledo Community Foundation grant plan
- Collaborate with community mentors to engage with kc4k
- Foster communication between TAF and kc4k Board of Directors
- Communicate with parents/guardians regarding meetings and progress/issues with child
- Work with the kc4k board members to create monthly meeting agendas
- Establish a yearly plan for goals and activities
- Lead shopping teams when necessary
Key Qualifications and Duties:
- Positive, energetic presence and creative, flexible perspective
- Time and heart commitment
- Approximately 10-20 hrs/month
- Necessary skills to form successful collaborations with stakeholders and organizational partners
- Strong volunteer coordination and engagement skills
- Eager to work with young people in a non-traditional environment, and integrate the voices of youth into programs and leadership
- Exceptional organizational skills
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills; strong writing
- Computer efficiency including MS Word, Excel and Power Point
- Knowledge and skill with social media - Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, etc.
- Enjoy working on multiple projects in a fast-paced, supportive work environment
- Takes initiative and is resourceful
- Ability to work well autonomously and as part of a dynamic team
- Successful experience designing, developing and coordinating youth programs (youth leader, coach, teacher, etc.)
- A track record of success in your work with young people to create change, both seeing the big picture, and managing the details.
*TAF has been awarded a $6,000 grant from the Greater Toledo Community Foundation specifically for the expansion of the kc4k Leadership Program. With this Grant, the Youth Leadership Program Director role is imperative. The Youth Leadership Program Director will be the point person for the grant project for 2021, assisted by a TAF Board Member who will be the reporting agent for the grant and the liaison to the TAF Board of Directors.
To learn more about us visit KidsCaringForKids.org, and watch ourvideo!
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About AVALON FOUNDATION OF TOLEDO
3328 BRANTFORD RD, OTTAWA HILLS, OH 43606, US
The Avalon Foundation is BY KIDS - FOR KIDS! We are committed to our mission of youth-centered leadership development through service to the rare disease community. By providing peer support to pediatric patients and their families during life-changing and critical transitions, we help shape a healthier and more positive experience ensuring compliancy with treatments and family unity for patients. Heart-led leadership like this also makes a strong life-long impact on young individuals as they engage empathy, compassion, commitment, and contribution.
After a decade of living with the rare disease Hypophosphatasia, a 10-year-old girl started a newly FDA-approved treatment. In just 3 months she miraculously went from part-time in a wheelchair to the volleyball court! However, it came at a steep price. The treatment was extremely painful and did not yield noticeable results for three months. In order to keep on track, she was given a "PainBox" (incentive program) for encouragement. It worked! By 12 weeks she was able to start moving in ways she had never experienced. She told her mom that she wanted to support other kids during their painful medical treatments. A few months later, with an overwhelming amount of support, the paperwork was filed and a youth advisory board and board of directors was built. The organization’s founding principle is peer support and leadership. The youth advisory board is the heart of the organization. The board of directors is the workhorse and mentor panel for the youth leaders serving the pediatric patients. The youth advisory board has created in depth presentations with advanced technology, presented to small and large groups of business leaders. They have educated their peers in various local schools about rare disease, leadership and the importance of treating people with kindness. They have learned the value of commitment and sacrifice in order to make a difference in others' lives. And the more they accomplish, the more they want to raise the bar!
3328 Brantford RdToledo, OH 43606
August 19, 2021
- Must be at least 18
- 10-20 hours per month