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Recruiting Organization: G.R.O.W.

About G.R.O.W

Growing Real Opportunities in the Workforce (G.R.O.W.) trains educators to empower their students to align who they are with what they want to do. GROW's curriculum does this by taking students through a fluid process of self-awareness, exploration of careers and the tools for students to be able to achieve their goals. Research has shown that programs that focus on career education and strengths-based self-assessment can help prevent dropouts and increase students’ academic performance. We reach youth at a critical time in their development, embed confidence in their ability to contribute to society, and introduce careers in emerging sectors that most youth are unaware of.

G.R.O.W.’s programs were developed to empower underserved and at-risk youth to take ownership of their education, careers, and futures. We help student identify their internal compass before starting the career preparation process. By doing so students have a clear understanding of WHERE they are headed and WHY.

Caseworkers have told us that our class has transformed students in all aspects of their lives and has deeply impacted their social-emotional development. One student commented that the class "saved her life." Another student said after taking our class he understood for the first time the importance of school and is now engaged in the classroom.

Get involved and help us touch more lives!


As GROW continues our expansion into new markets and regions, we are looking for a dynamic writer with strong written communication skills to serve in the capacity of Grant Writer. The individual in this role will support our fundraising efforts through writing and editing grant proposals, and also developing content for our blogs and website.

If you are a strong writer with the ability to turn facts and numbers into stories, please contact us about the Grant Writer role.


  • Experienced in identifying, defining and developing funding sources
  • Knowledgeable in basic fundraising techniques and strategies
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Detail and deadline oriented
  • Able to work independently and collaboratively
  • Minimum of 6 months, 5-10 hours a week commitment


  • Minimum 6 month, 5 hour a week in person and 3-10 hour a week remote commitment

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Fee Amount: None

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389 5th Ave, 9th Floor, New York, NY 11109, US

Mission Statement

To bridge the gap between intention and action in order to bring about social impact.


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