About the Role
The Assistant Director of Local Leaders directs the Local Leaders program, a hands-on community project designed to empower high school students in partnership with Title 1 schools. They are responsible for coordination between the Local Leader program’s Site Coordinators, Program Managers, and members. Additionally, they oversee our middle school tutoring program.
Prior relevant experience preferred.
Demonstrates ability to develop a curriculum and guide the development of a target audience.
Exemplifies strong leadership qualities.
High school student or beyond.
8-10 hours, 2-3 meetings a week. Our scheduling is highly flexible.
Values cooperation, creativity, growth-mindset.
Exhibits organization, diligence, and dedication.
Passion for youth empowerment.
About the Organization
While pursuing our mission of youth empowerment, Our Time to Act United understands the importance of fostering a safe, welcoming, and positive environment for all. As such, the actions we take align with our values as an organization and as individuals.
We value meaningful impact. We always seek to genuinely support those that we serve and the people within our organization.
We are committed to being an inclusive and diverse group of people. These values are reflected in our hiring practices, decision-making, and programs.
Our team and organization is growth-minded and development-focused. We always have room to improve!
Our organization promotes honesty, communication, and integrity. These values allow for us to be a cooperative, productive, and effective team.
We praise creativity and ingenuity. Nothing is more exciting than thinking outside of the box or challenging the status quo.
Applications are a two-way street. We make our values as an organization clear to you in order to make sure our team is the right fit—and we hope we are! Do not hesitate to reach out to us if you have any questions regarding our organization, values, workplace environment, or the application process.