Curriculum and Training Developer

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The F.I.N.D. Design


Are you ready to apply your talent in curriculum development and training to create and grow an innovative nonprofit that is developing women leaders within communities of color? Do you want to learn a ton of stuff, be on the cutting edge of equity and community engagement work, have a lot of fun, be inspired frequently, and make a significant impact? Our team members are motivated individuals who help each other do remarkable things every day while positively impacting the world and doing exceptional work. We face challenges and win together, which looks like cultivating space for healing for black and brown girls to succeed.

The F.I.N.D, or Families in Need of Direction, Design is looking for a Curriculum Designer to organize, enhance, and develop training and curriculum for our program facilitators. This position will take all of the program's current curriculum and ensure that it is updated, organized, proofread, and displayed using updating branding and messaging to ensure facilitation flow. Additionally, the Curriculum Designer will organize all current materials on our Google Drive to ensure a smooth process flow for current program facilitators. This is a wonderful opportunity to create learning experiences that will help girls thrive!

Note of Emphasis: Please know you create a narrative that convinces you that you have to be a woman of color to make an impact in this space. We NEED allyship and co-conspirators willing to roll up their sleeves and do their part in ensuring that all our neighbors thrive! And this cannot happen until black and brown women have space to be valued, supported, projected, and heard.

Curriculum Developer Duties and Responsibilities
* Review all curriculum to ensure appropriate formating
* Update content delivery
* Create workflows and processes for youth facilitators to ensure smooth program delivery.
* Create training programs and materials for facilitators.

Time, Tools, Location
* We work off Central Standard Time
* We do not have set hours per week.
* We work off weekly check-ins.
* We expect you as a volunteer to manage your hours to meet check-ins.
* All Volunteering positions will be held virtual (Zoom)
* This is a remote volunteer opportunity ( you can work from anywhere in the US) provided you have a computer and a reliable internet connection.
* This opportunity is flexible. However, we will work on the deadlines needed to ensure successful deadlines.

Preferred Qualifications and skills:
Be willing to experiment, comfortable trying new things, and not afraid to fail
* Google Apps
* Ability to work independently.
* Ability to meet deadlines.
* Strong written communication skills: the ability to write clear, structured, articulate, and persuasive proposals.
* Strong editing skills. Attention to detail.

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About The F.I.N.D. Design


2787 Smith Springs Rd, Nashville, TN 37217, US

Mission Statement

To mitigate the effects of systemic and personal trauma on Black girls, and other girls of color ages 11-17, by providing safe spaces for healing, long-term mentorships, and programming that transform their mental health and overall well-being.


The F.I.N.D. Design was formed to serve middle and high school black girls and other girls of color through culturally relevant African and African American-centric models that foster sensitivity and understanding to girls of color's unique needs. With an emphasis on girls that are high risk or have already interacted with the juvenile court system, T.F.D. partners with public school systems and courts to offer services that promote the healing and safety needed to mitigate the effects of intergenerational trauma and unhealthy responses to such trauma leading to mentally, socially, and economically healthy citizens.

Additionally, the organization focuses on the criminalization of black girls in schools and the abuse to prison pipeline that overwhelmingly affects black and brown girls by driving them out of their schools into the justice systems because of adultification and direct and indirect trauma. The organization reiterates that when a girl has a safe space that doesn't penalize her for who she is, a stronger sense of identity, support, and an environment of learning, she's permitted to be the "F.L.Y Girl" she was birthed to be; a champion for herself, her school, her community, and the girls that are coming behind her."

Children & Youth
Race & Ethnicity


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Teaching / Instruction
  • Technical Writing
  • Administrative Support
  • Data Entry
  • Copy Writing / Copy Editing
  • Basic Computer Skills




  • Orientation or Training
  • Approx 10-20 hours montly.

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