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Girls Inc. of Northern Sacramento Valley is looking for program facilitators for the coming school year, and needs applications submitted by July 31. After that, an interview process will begin.
The job is paid, ranges from 2 to 10 hours per week and involves presenting Girls Inc. curricula to small groups of girls at local schools. Click here for the full job description and application.
What is Girls Incorporated? Girls Inc. is a nonprofit organization serving 900,000 girls today in the United States and Canada. With roots dating to 1864 and national status since 1945 (as Girls Clubs of America), Girls Inc. has responded to the changing needs of girls and their communities through research-based programs and advocacy that empower girls to reach their full potential, understand, value and assert their rights.
Why do we need Girls Inc. here? Girls growing up in the Northern Sacramento Valley today experience a region undergoing growth and change. Risk factors include low median household incomes, high rates of adolescent pregnancy and sexually transmitted infection, low rates of educational achievement, increasing rates of substance abuse and violence. While many valuable resources are available to girls in Shasta, Tehama and Glenn counties, supporters of Girls Inc know more gender-specific programs and opportunities are needed to educate and inspire our girls.
For more information and job application instructions, visit the Girls Inc. NSV website at www.girlsincnsv.org, or contact Emily Westphal, executive director, at (530)527-7767 or email@example.com.
By July 31, interested parties should send a resume and cover letter explaining their interest in the Program Facilitator positions to:
Girls Inc. NSV
PO Box 1135
Red Bluff, CA 96080