Friends of the Children - Twin Cities is committed to our community, equal employment opportunity and diversity in the workplace.
Our model is proven to break the cycle of generational poverty for children who face the most barriers by providing paid professional mentors to thousands of youths across the country. We are looking for a passionate, committed Program Director to take the lead in coordinating, implementing, and sustaining our program in Twin Cities.
The Program Director will be relentlessly driven to establish and expand our innovative, evidence-based model in Twin Cities. They will be a fierce advocate for children facing systemic and institutional barriers and will be effective at communicating the urgency of our mission and success of our outcomes. They will also develop close relationships with caregivers and the partner organizations who serve them, maximizing our program impact across both generations. The Program Director will work with community leaders and partner with organizations to change the way the world treats and views our most vulnerable youth. They will lead and inspire mentors, implement the child selection process, and cultivate and maintain relationships with schools, families, Tribes, and our diverse community.
If you're ready to lead our program team, learn more and apply at the link below!
Friends of the Children is a nonprofit that is impacting generational change by empowering youth through relationships with professional mentors. We do this by providing children facing the most obstacles with a long-term, salaried, professional mentor, who we call a “Friend,” from kindergarten through high school graduation, 12+ years – no matter what. We are currently seeking an extraordinary professional to embark on a new career journey as a Friend at our Twin Cities Chapter.
At Friends of the Children we put children first and use our values to change the way the world treats and views youth facing great barriers. As a Friend you will nurture long-term relationships from a foundation of love, acceptance, and culturally-informed practice. Do you want to help eight of our youth discover their limitless potential, by fostering their internal resiliency? Are you ready to help build relationships within the communities of our youth and families to strengthen social networks and provide bridges to new opportunities? If so, the impactful role of a Friend might be for you.