Program Description: The Urban League Parent Information Center (ULPIC) and Education Empowerment Program (EEP) strive to empower parents, community and civic leaders to be successful agents and advocates for excellent public schools, to educate parents about school choices, and to equip them with skills to become leaders in schools and the community at-large.
Reporting Relationship: Arielle McConduit, ULGNO Parent Information Center Director
Position Summary: Responsible for the coordination, oversight, monitoring and facilitation of parent and community engagement deliverables in the Baton Rouge area. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, working in partnership with other non-profit agencies, Recovery School District (RSD), other district officials, school leaders and community partners to ensure that parents receive the best information on school choice through multiple sources. Person must possess leadership skills, organizational and administrative skills, strong oral and written communication skills and knowledge of the Baton Rouge school system. The Urban League seeks a motivated, passionate individual committed to building excellent programming focused on ensuring the successful expansion of the Urban League into the Baton Rouge area. The ideal candidate for this position will have a strong interest in program development and demonstrable experience in program operations. This self-starter will be responsible for seamless daily operations of all Urban League education focused activities in the Baton Rouge area, ensuring relevant data collection and reporting deadlines are met. The ideal candidate will be solution-oriented and resourceful in identifying resources which contribute to the effective and efficient operations of the program.
The deadline to apply is Friday, June 24, 2016. Please email your documents to email@example.com. In the subject line of your email, please place Education Program Coordinator (Baton Rouge Area). No additional materials are requested at this time.
Education Requirement: Bachelor’s degree required, professional degree preferred.
About Urban League of Greater New Orleans
The Urban League is a non-profit community-based organization and a participating agency of the United Way. Established in 1938, the mission of the Urban League of Greater New Orleans is to enable African-Americans and other communities seeking equity to secure economic self-reliance, parity and civil rights. Programs of the Urban League's three Centers ...of Excellence are focused in the areas of education and youth development, community and economic development and public policy and advocacy. For more information on the Urban League, visit us online at www.urbanleagueneworleans.org and/or follow us on Facebook and