Become part of the Seven Tepees family and join our team of dedicated staff.
- Executive Director
- 2017-2018 Counseling Internship - PAID
- Middle School Program Assistant
- Academic Programs Coordinator
The Executive Director of Seven Tepees manages, nurtures, and inspires a team of talented staff who are dedicated to achieving the vision and mission of the organization. The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for effective advocacy within the broader community to achieve the vision of celebrating diversity and providing meaningful opportunities to underserved youth as reflected in the organization’s mission. Duties include responsibility for insuring the fiscal health of the organization and sound fiscal management consistent with the stated development plans and goals. In that regard, the Executive Director provides oversight and support for the Development Director in connection with all grant processes and acts as the point person, along with the Development Director, for board members, outside service providers, and community members.
S/he is further tasked with providing assistance and guidance to the Program Directors in connection with the recruitment of new youth to the program and the provision of services to all youth, families, and service providers working with the agency and within the service area of the agency’s mission and goals. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, the Executive Director is responsible for long range strategy and vision for the organization, and acts as the face of Seven Tepees in reaching out to the broader community of donors, supporters, other organizations, and potential families and youth who may be served by Seven Tepees.
2017-2018 counseling internship - paid
With support and clinical supervision from onsite Counseling Program Director, Sasha Levine LMFT, the Intern will provide mental health services, including individual counseling and co-facilitating groups, as well as support with case management as needed for the Middle School or High School programs.
8-12 hours per week, approximately 20 weeks per semester, preferably 2 or 3 days a week during after-school hours (4-6pm) from August 2017 to May 2018
$13/hour, no paid holidays
Middle school program assistant
Reporting to the Learning Center Program Manager, the Middle School Program assistant case manages as many as 17 middle school students as well as coordinates our Mentor Program. The Middle School Program Coordinator directly collaborates with the Middle School Program Assistant.
If you are interested, please send your résumé to Arlan Murillo, Program Director, at email@example.com.
academic programs coordinator
Reporting to the Program Director, the Academic Programs Coordinator will perform critical academic program development and implementation of academic support, enrichment and intervention for low income, youth of color grades 6-12. The Coordinator will provide important consultation and advice for middle and high school case managers. In addition, the Coordinator will support after school and summer programming, as well as overnight trips.