LA2050
MOSTe

Program Co-Manager

Employment type
Full-Time
Posted
14 days ago
Location
Los Angeles
Description

Summary: Motivating Our Students Through Experience supports girls, ages 12-24, to
become the first generation in their families to attend college. We provide college
access programming, mentoring by female professionals, and opportunities for
scholarships. MOSTe has been growing steadily and is excited to consolidate our
accomplishments. The newly created Co-Program Manager will work with two groups of
constituents in the MOSTe organization: approximately 50 students from 7 th – 10 th
grade, and their 40+ volunteer women mentors.

Role and Responsibilities:
The Program Co-Manager will work with our other Program Co-Manager to build college
success and career readiness in our middle and early high school students, and provide
support and guidance to MOSTe mentors as they empower Los Angeles’ next
generation of college-educated women. They will successfully:

  • Case manage a cohort of mentors and scholars (7 th -10 th graders)

  • Monitor relationships through surveys, attendance tracking, retention and relationship check ins

  • Plan and facilitate workshops

  • Recruit and train scholars and their parents

  • Recruit new mentors, process applications, and assign mentors to partner schools

  • Help maintain the current database of new and returning mentors

  • Facilitate/oversee ongoing mentor trainings at workshop and other events

  • Organize 2-3 mentor appreciation events annually

  • Promote increased engagement

Job Qualifications and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree is required

  • Minimum of 3 years experience in an education or college access environment.

  • Strong computer skills and knowledge, including word-processing, database operations, spreadsheets and other software systems.

  • Experience with program management and program development

  • Demonstrate a quality customer service attitude at all time

  • Detail-oriented and able to manage multiple projects and tasks

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, including organizational, detail, and interpersonal

  • Strong public speaking and facilitation skills

  • Strong listening and mediation skills, with a high level of empathy and ability to create a culture of accountability

  • Ability to coordinate and/or oversee the successful completion of projects

  • Ability to collaborate and work as a member of a team

  • Must own a dependable working laptop

  • Experience working with underserved, first-generation youth

  • Background check required upon employment

  • Ability to work a flexible schedule, including some evenings and weekends

To apply

To apply, please contact Amy Ludwig at [email protected]