Program Fellow, Midyear at Spark

Fields: Education, job training, youth, social services,

Location: San Francisco Bay Area, California

About the Organization: Spark (sparkprogram.org) is a Career Exploration and Self-Discovery Program that gives middle school students opportunities to understand, experience and pursue what’s possible for their future. We are leading The Possibility Movement by bringing together diverse communities of families, schools and companies who care, share, teach and inspire. Spark Lab, Spark Mentorship and Spark High School Pathways use workplace experiences, mentoring and guided support to help students explore careers, build skills and find the right path to a successful future.

About the Position: The Program Fellow is responsible for leading outreach, enrollment, and support for students, family communications, and program logistics. Other key responsibilities include supporting programmatic operations including student transportation, execution of opening and culminating events, and coordinating evaluation efforts. The role requires regular onsite visits at schools and workplaces, and collaboration with other Spark staff.

Special Requirements/Qualifications: Expected and recent college or university graduates are welcome to apply. Have previous experience motivating and working with students (middle school aged preferred) and facilitating workshops or teaching. Successful candidates will demonstrate exceptional relationship building, communication, and project management skills, fluency in innovative thinking, and a make-it-work mentality. Candidates will also embody Spark’s Core Values: being a student and a mentor, working with passion and compassion, committing to collaboration and diversity, aiming high and true, and trusting/respecting each relationship.

Estimated Salary: $2,500/month

Deadline: ASAP

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