Urban Alliance (UA), a national youth workforce development nonprofit, is currently seeking a Summer Program Coordinator in partnership with Baltimore’s Promise and Grads2Careers to facilitate the Baltimore Land Surveyor summer program. The position is from March 23rd-August 14th. The Summer Program Coordinator will support all aspects of the Land Surveyor summer internship program, including interviewing and selecting applicants and supporting selected participants in their professional development through internships with companies and organizations. This position is located in Baltimore, MD
About Urban Alliance
Urban Alliance provides economically-disadvantaged young people with the exposure, opportunity, support, and training needed to prepare them for lifelong economic self-sufficiency. Urban Alliance’s core program matches underserved high school seniors with paid, professional internships, job skills training, one-on-one mentoring, and ongoing post-program support to expand their ideas of what is possible for their futures. Since its founding in Washington, DC in 1996, Urban Alliance has expanded to Baltimore, Chicago, Northern Virginia, and Detroit. To date, Urban Alliance has placed more than 4,000 students in paid internships and served more than 18,000 youth through job skills training.
Applicants for the Summer Program Coordinator position must be available to work from March 23rd-August 14th. The position will work 20 hours a week at $24.00 an hour.
Summer Program Coordinator Responsibilities
Intern support: Review intern applications and resumes; Organize and facilitate applicant interviews; Assist UA and Land Surveyor program with intern selection; Monitor the performance and professional growth of Land Surveyor Interns. Formally evaluate intern job performance and skill development; Troubleshoot and mediate job-site conflicts.
Facilitation: Facilitate two weeks of professional development workshops for 25 hours a week before internship placement and weekly workshops throughout the eight-week program.
External relationship management – Build and maintain relationships with students, mentors, and staff for the Land Surveyors Internship Program.
Data management – Track, analyze, and report program and intern data; Actively use outcome data to guide program decisions for real-time course corrections
· At minimum a Bachelor's Degree
· Facilitation and/or teaching experience with high school or college students
· Experience working in youth development
· Experience working with community organizations and schools in under-resourced areas
· Excellent oral and written communication skills (including mediation skills)
· Ability to present oneself professionally and maintain professional working relationships with youth and external partners
· Proficient in MS Word, Excel, Publisher, and PowerPoint
· Flexible and capable of adapting to change
· Evidence of developing and implementing a program with strong results
· Outstanding interpersonal skills and an ability to develop and maintain deep relationships with a variety of diverse constituents
· Ability to develop and execute long-term strategy while being able to pivot to meet immediate needs, or address unforeseen student needs, as they arise
· Ability to accomplish goals and objectives with a sense of urgency and thoughtfulness
· Excellent judgment and sound decision-making skills
Urban Alliance (UA), a national youth workforce development nonprofit, is currently seeking a Summer Program Coordinator in partnership with Baltimore’s Promise and Grads2Careers to facilitate the Baltimore Land Surveyor summer…
How To Apply
Please submit a resume and cover letter in a single PDF document addressed to Nikki Brooks, Program Director – Baltimore, MD. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis and should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: Land Surveyors Program Coordinator Position
Note: Please do not call to inquire about the position. Any application submitted through means not stated above will not be considered. Learn more at www.theurbanalliance.org.