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Mentoring Coordinator


Under the direct supervision of the Director of Programs, Mentoring Coordinator oversees the
development and implementation of Girl Power’s Sister Circle Mentoring Program, which
matches adult volunteer mentors with a mentee for one-to-one and group activities. The Mentoring
Coordinator ensures program quality and performance related to recruiting, training, matching,
monitoring, and closing the relationship between the mentor and mentee. Communicate effectively
with all parties including the mentee’s parent/guardian throughout the relationship. 


1.   Bachelor’s degree preferred with emphasis in social work, psychology, and/or education
and/or two or more years’ experience in mentoring and youth development, working
within community organizations and/or schools preferred.
2. Strong organizational, writing, verbal, and interpersonal skills.
3. Creativity and flexibility are essential in assuming significant responsibility.
4. Outgoing personality with exceptional networking and effective communication skills.
5. Experience working in racially, ethnically, and socioeconomically diverse urban
communities preferred.


1.   Knowledge of Mentoring Program policies and procedures (Employee will update her
skills and knowledge around Mentoring at a rapid pace).
2. Update Mentoring Program Policies and Procedures Manual as needed.
3. Develop and manage relationships with referral sources, including but not limited to
schools, partners, and community-based organizations.
4. Create presentations to targeted organizations and ensure a presence at key community
events for recruitment and advertisement purposes.
5. Create, develop, and oversee implementation of mentoring recruitment plan,
monthly/quarterly activities, and distribution of program marketing materials.
6. Perform and oversee participant screening, training, matching, support and supervision,
recognition, closure activities and program evaluation.
7. Oversee organization and implementation of group mentor/mentee group outings and
8. Attend local regional and national conferences to increase knowledge of Mentoring
Program and best practices. Attendance at the annual National Mentoring Summit in
Washington, DC during the month of January is mandatory. (all expenses covered by
Girl Power)
9. Complete other duties and activities as assigned and needed.


Competitive salary and benefits package
Full-Time Position
Monday through Friday, 9 am to 6:30 pm
Some evenings and weekends are required

Richmond Heights Middle Schools Part-Time Positions:

  1. Must pass a Level 2 background screening.

  2. Hold a valid driver’s license, adequate vehicle insurance and reliable transportation.

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