School Outreach Coordinator

Job Type

Full Time


Minimum: $30,000.00
Maximum: $40,000.00
Details: Based on relevant experience



Start Date:


Application Deadline:



1050 S. Jefferson Davis Pkwy.
Suite 237
New Orleans
United States


MISSION STATEMENT: The First Tee of Greater New Orleans is a youth development organization whose mission is to positively impact the lives of New Orleans-area young people by providing educational programs that build character, instill life-enhancing values, and promote healthy choices, through the game of golf. In order to achieve this mission, we conduct year round out-of-school time programming for New Orleans-area youth at our partner golf facilities throughout the area and in-school physical education programs at local elementary schools.

The First Tee of Greater New Orleans provides programs in Orleans, Jefferson, Plaquemines, St. Tammany, St. Charles, St. John and Lafourche Parish.

JOB SUMMARY: The School Outreach Coordinator will work closely with the full program team to develop and deliver a year-round outreach programming schedule to our entire service area, including ongoing support to partnering schools in our National School Program network. This position involves leading and assisting the program team with a variety of tasks ranging from curriculum support for school teachers to marketing afterschool programs to parents and students to database management to assisting with implementation of summer camp programs.

The Outreach Coordinator is responsible for the oversight and support of in-school programming, planning and coordinating special event participation and school engagement opportunities, including our STEM Links field trip program.

The Outreach Coordinator will also participate in The First Tee Coach Training program and will teach out-of-school time programs at local golf facilities as part of our Life Skills Experience program during afterschool, weekend or summer hours.

REPORTING STRUCTURE: The Outreach Coordinator reports directly to the Director of Education.

SPECIFIC DUTIES: Lead the creation, delivery, and oversight of outreach, in-school programs, and special events • Recruit new schools and support Physical Education teachers, site leaders, and others involved with programming • Create and implement daily, seasonal, and annual lesson plans and sequence progressions to be used in outreach and in-school programming • Distribute and manage program equipment and supplies to program partners as necessary • Transition outreach participants and partners into after-school and open enrollment programming • Collect, enter, and manage participant data relevant to outreach, NSP, and DRIVE • Create and implement field trips and special events, including the Champion’s Challenge and Stem Links • Increase community awareness by identifying and representing The First Tee at program partner events • Develop and distribute promotional and transition materials for outreach, NSP, and DRIVE programs • Maintain existing relationships and enroll new NSP, DRIVE, and outreach program partners • Perform other related duties as may be assigned, including leading afterschool or weekend Life Skills Experience classes

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree required in Education, Health, Recreation or similar field of study, with special priority given to candidates with Science-related field of study Adherence to the standards of conduct, values, and involvement established by The First Tee. Appreciation for young people, the game of golf and its inherent life lessons, education, and public service. Personality conducive to working with young people, as well as leading adults. Strong verbal and written communication skills with groups, personal initiative, and leadership ability. Proficiency in MS Office Applications. Must have reliable transportation.

COMPENSATION PACKAGE: Coordinator-level salary ($30-$40K annually) commensurate with experience, monthly health insurance stipend, participation in IRA matching program up to 5%, paid holidays and vacation time. Flexible work schedule. Paid training/professional development opportunities and reimbursement for local travel provided.


Monthly Health Insurance stipend, participation in IRA program, paid time off, flexible schedule, paid training and professional development

Level of Language Proficiency

Spanish speaking a plus

Professional Level


Minimum Education Required

4-year degree

How To Apply

To apply, send resume and cover letter explaining why you are interested in this position to Executive Director, Chip Patterson, at Resumes will be collected through April, with an anticipated start date of June 1st.