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AmeriCorps Member
The Choice Program at UMBC
The Choice Program at UMBC provides mentoring and advocacy services to young people--primarily Black and Latinx-- throughout central Maryland. We utilize a community-based, family-centered approach in order to promote quality outcomes for young people and families. We engage in a collaborative process of service: where young people set goals for themselves and are held accountable by supportive adults along the way. Our approach to youth development is grounded in applied critical race theory and culturally responsive, trauma-informed, restorative practices. We strive to be an anti-racist organization grounded in several core values: holistic development, the belief in humans, dismantling hierarchies, and youth-centeredness.

Serving within a team model, AmeriCorps members share case management responsibilities for program youth, including welcoming them into the program through intake meetings, helping them to set goals for their time with Choice, checking in with them along the way through service plans, connecting them with community resources, and offering classroom and/or legal support. You’ll make meaningful connections with the young people you serve, offering informal counseling/mentoring on recreational outings, community service activities, arts programming, home visits and beyond.

To us, youth development means: being available to our youth consistently, often making visits to meet with them on a daily basis; using a strengths-based approach to promote positive self-image; using a holistic approach to honor every aspect of a person’s life; developing high expectations and holding youth accountable to their own progress on goals; forming a mentoring relationship that is built on trust and rapport; engaging with families and assisting as a communication link; fostering self-sufficiency by building life-skills; providing opportunities for meaningful engagement through structured after-school, weekend and summer activities.
Link: https://listings.umbc.edu/cw/en-us/job/493530/americorps-member
Mental Health Therapist
Ross Counseling, Coaching & Consulting
We're looking for a fully licensed, part-time and/or full-time therapist in the state of Maryland to join our practice at Ross Counseling, Coaching and Consulting LLC to provide individual and couples therapy. Must also have the capability to provide video-based therapy from an in-home office. The therapist will provide culturally competent mental health services to individuals and couples who are experiencing varying levels of difficulties due to life stressors or mental health concerns.

Must be licensed in Maryland as an LCPC, LCSW-C, LMFT or LG.
Link: None
Service Coordinator
The Choice Program at UMBC
The Choice Program at UMBC provides mentoring and advocacy services to young people--primarily Black and Latinx--throughout central Maryland. We utilize a community-based, family-centered approach in order to promote quality outcomes for young people and families. We engage in a collaborative process of service: where young people set goals for themselves and are held accountable by supportive adults along the way. Our approach to youth development is grounded in applied critical race theory and culturally responsive, trauma-informed, restorative practices. We strive to be an anti-racist organization grounded in several core values: holistic development, the belief in humans, dismantling hierarchies, and youth-centeredness.

As the Service Coordinator, you will oversee a team of three AmeriCorps Members as they deliver quality services to youth and families referred from the Department of Juvenile Services. In this position, you will play a critical role in overseeing the excellence and consistency of services provided to program participants. This is a hands-on position, where you will also be expected to contribute via direct service, develop AmeriCorps Members and monitor reporting and relationships with our referral partner.

As with our other services, this position will put anti-racism into action through a focus on restorative practices, trauma-informed care and applied critical race theory. Collaboration is important in our organizational culture and is the cornerstone to ensure youth stay at the forefront of all we do.
Link: https://listings.umbc.edu/cw/en-us/job/493543/service-coordinator
Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities (CUMU) Executive Director.
Towson University
The Executive Director will be charged with advancing CUMU’s 2021-2024 strategic plan, which includes three priorities guided by commitments to centering anti-racism, equity, and inclusion, driving innovation, and deepening engagement and partnerships.
Link: https://towson.taleo.net/careersection/jobdetail.ftl?job=2200004I&lang=en#.Yh45f7FMIMM.mailto
School-Based Clinician
United Way of Central Maryland
In accordance with the needs of the ages of the population served, the School-Based Clinician is responsible for the overall management, coordination and administration of clinical/social work support services for general education students at Benjamin Franklin High School.
Link: https://www.uwcm.org/careers/school-based-clinician
UMB CURE Scholars Program Mngt Specialist (closes 3/4)
University of Maryland, Baltimore
Serves as the lead for administrative and mass communication strategies for the program. Also manages special events. See link to apply.
Link: https://umb.taleo.net/careersection/umb_external_staff/jobdetail.ftl?job=210001RW
Development Communications Manager
Baltimore Corps
The Baltimore Corps Development Department is responsible for stewarding relationships necessary to growing the revenue base of Baltimore Corps. As the organization scales citywide and beyond, the Development Department is tasked with executing Baltimore Corps’ long-term funding strategy. The department prides itself on upholding its commitment to asset-based language and Community Centric Fundraising principles.

Reporting to the Director of Development, the Development Communications Manager will lead Baltimore Corps’ day-to-day development activities and oversee donor engagement and communications. Top candidates for this position will bring hands-on communications experience, knowledge of foundation and individual fundraising, and the drive to educate donors of Baltimore Corps’ ongoing work. The ideal candidate should be someone who is passionate about writing, building relationships using imagery and text, and providing administrative support in a virtual environment.

The position, newly created, will join a two-person team. By the end of the calendar year, the Development Department will grow to be a four-person team responsible for securing an annual budget of $9M that supports six (6) programs owned and operated by Baltimore Corps. The Development Communications Manager activities will include crafting digital communications to educate current and potential supporters of Baltimore Corps’ work.

This position requires a highly organized and motivated individual who excels at written communications, project management, and task execution. This ideal candidate will derive satisfaction from working in a highly collaborative environment while devoting significant time to independent efforts.

The Development Communications Manager is a salaried position, ranging from $50,000 - $60,000, higher commensurate with qualifications and experience. In addition to health and dental benefits, Baltimore Corps is proud to offer additional benefits for our employees.
Link: https://jobs.crelate.com/portal/baltimorecorps/job/5j34c3rmtzgbgxmrzq444si6yh
Baltimore City Youth Action Board Member
Mayor's Office of Homeless Services
Do you have the passion and ideas needed to help address youth homelessness?
If you are ages 16 to 24 years old and want to make a real change in Baltimore City for youth experiencing homelessness and unstable housing, then apply to be on the Board.

This is a paid position for members and can work around most youth's schedule. If you're interested please submit an application below and we will get in touch with you.

There are multiple positions open on the board and applications will remain open until all positions are filled.
Link: https://forms.gle/8nPQjc6wP49F1Qzp6
Grant Specialist
Baltimore Corps
The Baltimore Corps Development Department is responsible for stewarding relationships necessary to growing the revenue base of Baltimore Corps. As the organization scales citywide and beyond, the Development Department is tasked with executing Baltimore Corps’ long-term funding strategy. The department prides itself on upholding its commitment to asset-based language and Community Centric Fundraising principles.

Reporting to the Director of Development, the Grants Specialist will lead Baltimore Corps’ writing of grant reports and proposals, and support the organization’s overall institutional giving portfolio. Top candidates for this position will bring hands-on grant writing and reporting experience, knowledge of foundation and corporate fundraising, and the drive to meet outlined development goals. The ideal candidate should be someone who is passionate about writing, grant logistics, and providing administrative support in a virtual environment.

The position, newly created, will join a two-person team. The Grants Specialist activities will include drafting grant reports and proposals and tracking deliverables for institutional supporters of Baltimore Corps’ work. This position requires a highly organized and motivated individual who excels at written communications, project management, and task execution.

This is an exciting time to join the department! By the end of the calendar year, the Development Department will grow to be a four-person team responsible for securing an annual budget of $9M that supports six (6) programs owned and operated by Baltimore Corps.

The Grants Specialist is a salaried position, ranging from $55,000-$65,000, higher commensurate with qualifications and experience. In addition to health and dental benefits, Baltimore Corps is proud to offer additional benefits for our employees including, but not limited to, generous vacation time, wellness policies, and flexible work hours.
Link: https://jobs.crelate.com/portal/baltimorecorps/job/gxk9m3focy6sdq3zq1pn56tc3e
Summer Program Intern
NAMI Metro Baltimore
Duties and Responsibilities
• Research and coordinate participation in local outreach events
• Community outreach based on location-specific programming
• Support and preparation for community presentations and workshops
• Follow up calls for the Rapid Referral Program
• Data entry and other administrative tasks
• Other duties may be assigned

Requirements
• Strong verbal and written communication skills
• Customer service and phone skills
• Community outreach and partnership experience a plus
• Strong work ethic and attention to detail
• All NAMI Metro staff and interns must be vaccinated against COVID-19.

Benefits
• Gain valuable knowledge about Baltimore area mental health and community programming initiatives
• Flexible schedule for students
• $1,500 stipend
Summer Marketing Intern
NAMI Metro Baltimore
NAMI Metro Baltimore is seeking a Marketing Intern to assist our Director of Development and Marketing and Communications Coordinator with marketing and communication efforts. Candidates should be available to work 8 hours per week from late May through early August, with the option to extend the internship through the fall.

The intern’s primary duties are to assist our Director of Development and Marketing and Communications Coordinator with the following tasks:

Duties and Responsibilities
• Create social media content based on marketing calendar & events
• Support video creation
• Collect and organize new media contacts
• Assist with the NAMI Zine publication
• Other duties may be assigned

Requirements
• Strong verbal and written communication skills
• Graphic design skills (preferred, not required)
• Social media management experience
• A demonstrated understanding and passion towards supporting people impacted by mental health conditions a plus
• Strong work ethic and attention to detail
• All NAMI Metro staff and interns must be vaccinated against COVID-19.

Benefits
• Gain valuable knowledge about Baltimore area mental health and community programming initiatives
• Flexible schedule for students
• $1,500 stipend

Interested candidates should submit their resume, a portfolio including videos, graphic design, or other creative work, and availability to Sarah Arndt at sarndt@namibaltimore.org by Friday, April 1st, 2022.
Assistant Director of Intensive Advocacy/Department of Juvenile Services
The Choice Program at UMBC
Under the general direction of the Associate Director of Intensive Advocacy, the Assistant Director of Intensive Advocacy manages the successful meeting of service deliverables for a portfolio of up to four Intensive Advocacy (IA) teams. IA teams are comprised of 16+ people, including entry-level managers and AmeriCorps members (ACMs) who provide direct services to youth and families in Central Maryland including at present: Baltimore City, as well as in Baltimore, Howard, Prince George's and Montgomery Counties. This is a dynamic position where the Assistant Director will support the development of individual staff and ACMs, assist with, and occasionally provide, direct service activities for youth, and complete regular audits to ensure teams are meeting grant-funding requirements. Success for an Assistant Director of IA looks like exceptional time-management, organized data and record keeping, a drive to support teams and individuals as they seek to meet and exceed program goals, and the ability to navigate difficult conversations with an asset-based, solutions-oriented approach. This is a mid-level management staff position, where the Assistant Director is a part of the operational leadership team. This position is responsible for the direct management of managers, having a deep understanding of their teams' progress, data, and areas for growth, and having strong interpersonal relationships with youth, their families, and a wide array of internal and external stakeholders.
Link: https://listings.umbc.edu/cw/en-us/job/493499/assistant-director-of-intensive-advocacy
Mental Health Therapist
Milestones Counseling & Consulting Services
Milestones Counseling is a group private practice located in Columbia, Maryland, and looking for part-time and full-time Therapists to join our team. Our practice supports children, teens, young adults, and families so experience with these populations is a must. Candidates must be independent, driven, collaborative, and enhance our fun, connected, and a positive-minded group of clinicians. The candidate will be employee status.

Qualifications:
Master’s degree or Doctorate in psychology, social work, counseling, or related field
Current Maryland license: PhD, PsyD, LCSW, LCMFT, LCPC
Willing to schedule a minimum of 15 clients per week or more, work at least 2 evenings a week.

Responsibilities:
Provide evidence-based therapy to children, teens, young adults, and families.
Timely complete written records for each patient including, but not limited to: intake notes, progress notes, treatment plans, termination notes, contact notes, etc
Respond to client requests for service or calls within 24 hours whether such requests are made in person, by phone, voicemail, etc. or through the MCCS website.
Conduct counseling services in a professional manner so as to maintain and increase the goodwill and reputation of MCCS.

We Offer:

Competitive compensation
Positive and Supportive Team
Weekly Supervision for Provisionally Licensed Therapists
Monthly Group Case Consultations
In-house training
Opportunities for professional growth
Administrative and Billing Support: including benefits verification, claims submission, management of new client inquiries
Referrals

Benefits:

Paid Time Off (Full-Time)
Short Term Disability (Full-Time)
Life Insurance (Full-Time)
Link: https://milestonesccs.com/
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