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Camp clinician at grief camp for one week week in August (paid role)
Experience Camps for Grieving Children
Licensed clinicians supporting grieving kids at camp this August 14-20, 2023. $1000 for the week of camp. See for details
Camp nurse at kids grief camp, one week this August
Experience Camps for Grieving Children
Licensed nurses supporting grieving kids at camp this August 14-20, 2023. $1200 for the week of camp. See for details
Cabin counselors for kids grief camp (volunteer role)
Experience Camps for Grieving Children
Come experience a life changing “best week ever” as a counselor for kids grief camp this summer. Counselors are the magic behind camp. They make the fun happen, model resiliency and empathy for our campers, all while having a blast and building unbreakable bonds.

Open to everyone, from every background. No grief or camp experience required. Must be 19yo+ and complete application, interview and background check. Camp is completely free including buses to camp. Travel scholarships available.

Bring your friends and colleagues or refer us to your community who may be interested.

See our website and social for videos.
Camper apps open for free grief camp for kids (not a paid job)
Experience Camps for Grieving Children
Applications are officially open as we launch our newest free camp for grieving kids (our sixth National camp). Coming to Maryland this August 15-20, 2023. Open to kids across the DMV.

Camp is completely free including buses to camp. Travel scholarships available to get to bus stop.

Experience Camps are free one-week camps for boys and girls who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling or primary caregiver. We provide a safe environment where kids can explore their grief, break the isolation they may feel with their non-camp peers, and have a whole lot of fun.

See our website for info to refer families and campers to apply. Reach out to Lexie for help with custom referral info or cohosting open house events for families to learn more.

Part Time: Community Outreach Coordinator
Experience Camps for Grieving Children
The Outreach Coordinator plays a key role in developing and nurturing partnerships with local grassroots organizations throughout the Capital Region (DC, MD, VA) to support camper and volunteer recruitment for Experience Camps’ newest camp location in Maryland. The Outreach Coordinator is a strong, authentic relationship builder who represents the organization locally and builds trust with community partners. This is an exciting opportunity for a motivated self-starter and relationship-builder who is excited about making connections and engaging local partners. This is a part-time position that is not eligible for benefits.

Alongside the Regional Program Manager, develop and maintain partnerships with local referral organizations including, schools, community centers, non-profit organizations, and religious organizations serving low income communities.
Outreach activities include presentations to partners, phone calls, mass and tailored email messages, and other communication channels.
Research and identify relevant partnerships that will lead to long term recruitment relationships.
Track and report on outreach activity.
Follow up with referral partners to ensure they have all necessary recruitment materials.
A significant portion of this role will be focused on building and sustaining relationships with organizations that assist in understanding and building trust with campers and volunteers of color.

This is a part-time position, 10-15 hours per week, from November 15, 2022-March 31, 2023, with the opportunity to extend depending on project success and need.
Paid role, $25 per hour
Must live in the Capital Region with ability to travel to meetings throughout the region during the week.

MD High School Program Coordinator
Asian American LEAD
AALEAD is seeking a full time Maryland High School (MD HS) Program Coordinator to join a dynamic and committed team providing new opportunities for low-income and underserved Asian American and Pacific Islander youth. The MD HS Program Coordinator will develop curriculum and implement afterschool programming, weekend field trips and events, and summer programming focused on helping youth grow in AALEAD’s three outcome areas: Educational Empowerment, Leadership, and Identity. The ideal candidate for this position will possess a passion for positive youth development and working directly with young people, be skilled in building successful relationships, and have strong time management skills. They will be a team-player and independent problem solver. This position reports to the AALEAD office in Rockville, MD with daily travel to programs.
Director of Learning and Innovation
Generation Hope
The Director of Learning & Innovation will enhance, plan, implement, and direct Generation Hope’s technical assistance program, FamilyU, to strengthen the capacity of colleges and universities to better serve parenting college students. As a senior team member at Generation Hope, the Director will lead a team of professionals to reach departmental and organizational goals and must be an energizing leader who can bring people together internally and externally to advance our important work.

Read more about the role and responsibilities here:
Substance Use Team Program Coordinator
Mental Health Association of Maryland
The SUT Coordinator is responsible for planning and participating in site visits in substance use facilities across Maryland, conducting interviews and feedback meetings with behavioral health consumers, completion and tracking of SUT deliverables, and producing accurate reports.
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