Director of Programming

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Project Send It (PSI) is a 501(c)3 public non-profit with the mission of leveraging engaged and committed volunteers from the local climbing community to introduce children to adventures in healthy risk-taking and lessons learned through rock climbing. The skills gained through climbing carry over into the participants’ day-to-day lives. Ultimately, getting young people into climbing helps build healthier kids and stronger, safer communities.

Our Board of Directors believes in continuous engagement of new leadership. We are a working board seeking a Director of Programming with the necessary skill set and passion to both sustain our work and help PSI expand.

Position Description:

The Director of Programming is an externally facing role managing relationships in the community with the after school, school, and summer camp programs we partner with to provide climbing. The Director of Programming also creates and maintains relationships with volunteers and organizes volunteering opportunities. There also is a heavy emphasis on team management and development, and establishing standards of performance across all programs. The focus of this role is on achieving results which are aligned with the larger picture of the organization and its strategic goals.

Essential Functions

Oversee and coordinate the Programming committee of volunteers and be accountable for:

  • Maintaining relationships with the organizations we have existing relationships with for climbing with their kids

  • Defining climbing schedule, budget, and volunteers needed to serve the climbing of each partnership.

  • Writing, creating and maintaining all volunteer opportunity description materials for all PSI events.

  • Communicate with volunteers that have signed up for specific volunteer opportunities.

  • Working with other committees to make sure volunteers are found and organized in alignment with the organizational goals and objectives.

  • Track programming outcomes to grant requirements.

  • Working with other committees in alignment with the organizational goals and objectives.

  • Expanding the Programming committee volunteer membership and capabilities.


  • Ability to create teams and cause teamwork.

  • Innovation and creativity in generating ideas for quick response.

  • Writing and Communication Proficiencies

  • Strong Attention to Detail

  • Problem Solving/Analysis

To Apply:

Email:, or apply through the portal on which you found this listing.

Project Send It’s Nondiscrimination Policy:

Project Send It’s non-discrimination policy applies to all Project Send It board members, volunteers, employees, contractors, and clients. Project Send It follows an equal opportunity policy and does not discriminate in recruiting volunteers and board members, or in serving clients. Project Send It prohibits discrimination based on age, ancestry, color, creed, gender variance, genetic characteristics or information, marital status, mental disability, national origin, documentation status, physical disability, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, or any other protected characteristic under any applicable federal, state, or local laws prohibiting discrimination.

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Mission Statement

The mission of Project Send It is to make rock climbing accessible to any child. We engage dedicated volunteers to bring the benefits of climbing to children who face barriers to access. Through climbing, we create opportunities to experience healthy risk-taking, build trust and confidence, and develop problem-solving skills. Kids who climb with us grow to feel comfortable and welcome in all the places people climb, from gyms to crags. Project Send It gets kids climbing to build stronger kids, safer communities, and future stewards of beloved outdoor spaces.


Creating climbing opportunities for all children across North America. A child’s financial resources, race, gender, ethnic background, or physical impairment should never be a barrier to rock climbing. Project Send It is introducing children to rock climbing who have not historically been given the opportunity. Belay On!

Not only for the children who learn to adapt to their environment through climbing, but also us as an organization being open & dynamic to meet the ever-changing needs of the communities who reach out to us for help.

Providing access to climbing and resources for underserved communities. From an organizational standpoint, connecting donors, volunteers, gyms, and children together in a way that previously did not exist.

Opening up a once small and homogenous climbing community. In the organization, bringing a group of people with diverse backgrounds and skill sets together to empower children.

Creating opportunities to get outside of one's comfort zone to promote growth and transformation, for the children we serve, our volunteers, and as an organization that flourishes in the face of adversity.

Providing opportunities and engaging with the climbing community to give back. Project Send It ushers in the next generation of climbers to be stewards of their sport and their environment.


Board Development
Children & Youth
Sports & Recreation
Board Development, Children & Youth, Sports & Recreation


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This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Teaching / Instruction
  • Sports Coaching
  • Strategic Planning
  • Management




  • Must be at least 18
  • 4hr/week

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