Project SHINE Coordinator, Temple University

Posted by on November 11, 2013

Project SHINE Coordinator
The Intergenerational Center at Temple University

The Part Time Program Coordinator will help manage the local Project SHINE program that mobilizes college students to help elderly immigrants and refugees improve their English proficiency, prepare for the U.S. citizenship exam, and enhance their communication skills. Reporting to the Director of SHINE, the Program Coordinator will assist in the recruitment, training, and on-going support of student volunteers, maintenance of partnerships with community organizations,  data collection, record keeping, and other project- related activities. Performs other duties as assigned.

Required Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s Degree and at least two years of directly related experience. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

Required Skills and Abilities:
*Demonstrated experience using Microsoft Office programs and related equipment (database, spreadsheet, and basic office equipment.)
*Demonstrated ability to prioritize work well.
*Demonstrated  ability to relate to  diverse populations
*Demonstrated verbal and written communication skills.

*Experience working with diverse communities and second language capacity.
*Background in ESL or health education.
*Experience in training, community organizing, and/or program coordination.
*Knowledge of social media and content management systems.

*This is a part-time grant funded position.

To apply for this position, and view other Temple opportunities, please visit our website at, scroll down to the bottom of the page, and click on CAREERS AT TEMPLE.  Please reference TU-17203. AA, EOE, m/f/d/v.

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