High School PYN Coordinator, Sunrise of Philadelphia

Posted by Sunrise of Philadelphia on March 12, 2019

The mission of Sunrise of Philadelphia is to support youth who face adversity to discover their strengths, experience success, and prepare for their future. Since 1999, we have provided high-quality educational and youth development programs. Sunrise has a proven track record and strong working relationships within South Philadelphia. We provide academic enrichment, career and college programming, and workforce development to nearly 1,000 youth annually.

Sunrise’s summer work programs provide opportunities for youth ages 12 – 18 to learn about various career paths and gain hands-on/real world experiences through job placement. Sunrise provides stipends and wages to over 150 youth through a partnership with the Philadelphia Youth Network (PYN) summer WorkReady and Career Exposure initiatives.

Sunrise seeks a High School PYN Coordinator to support Sunrise in meeting program enrollment goals and deadlines, and ensure that youth participants in the High School program are paid accurately and on time during program implementation, and support implementation of 5 professional development sessions. This position is responsible for working with youth participants and their caregivers to complete youth employment forms, time sheets, and program surveys in accordance with grant guidelines. This position is the main point of contact for youth and parents about the payment process via phone, email, and in person.

This a non-exempt, part-time (30 hours/week max),seasonal position that reports directly to the Director of Youth and Family Services. This position begins Feb 2018 and ends in August 2018.

For more information and to apply: High School PYN Coordinator

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