Interested in youth, creative self-expression, and global community?
The Clubhouse Network seeks talented professional staff who are motivated by our mission and committed to youth, creative self-expression, and global community. We value professionalism, opportunity, and diversity in our workplace, and are proud of our reputation as a safe haven for youth, a reputation that has been earned over 25+ years of working in under-served communities around the world.
The Clubhouse Network, Roxbury, MA, US
Summary:The Clubhouse Network Social Justice Program Manager will support Clubhouses in helping young people combat racism and other forms of systemic oppression in their communities through designing and launching a new Youth Activism and Advocacy program across the Network. The Program Manager will identify and develop resources on political education, anti-oppression, and community organizing to help young people gain the skills and analysis they need to address community problems and create positive solutions. Once projects begin at select Clubhouses, the Program Manager will share best practices from sites to create a community of practice that advances the collective knowledge gained by youth-driven advocacy and amplifies the ability young people possess to build a brighter future.
The Clubhouse Network, Roxbury, MA, US
Summary: The Grants Administrator will provide financial and administrative oversight of various grants ensuring financial records are accurate and funds are distributed in a timely manner. They will manage overall grant budgets and also oversee the financial administration of all sub-awards. In particular, the Grants Administrator will work closely with the Clubhouse Network’s Mentor Program Manager to manage 10 sub-awards for a $2 million federal government grant – including reviewing and approving all reimbursement invoices, managing all budgets, and assisting with technical support.
Greater Philadelphia YMCA, Camden, NJ, USA
Summary: The Greater Philadelphia YMCA seeks an individual to manage an innovative program called The Best Buy Teen Tech Center located in our GPY Columbia North Branch location. The Tech Center, established with the support of The Clubhouse Network, offers teens aged 13-19 the opportunity to create, build, teach and learn in a variety of ways. The program provides support and resources to young people to pursue their interests and build upon their talents. In the Teen Tech Center, youth can design their own music, art, newsletters, robots, science simulations, computer games, and animation. The Teen Tech Center Leader is expected to manage and implement the overall strategy for the delivery and operation of the Teen Tech Center.
C4K, Charlottesville, VA, USA
Summary: C4K seeks a Clubhouse Coordinator to oversee our innovative mentoring program and out-of-school learning space. C4K uses a learning approach designed to empower middle and high school students from low-income households to become more capable, creative, and confident learners. Youth-driven projects and activities, undertaken in collaboration with caring adult mentors, are STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math)-centric, engaging, and grounded in 21st century skills. The ideal candidate will operate with a strong equity lens, ensuring that this is reflected in the organization’s values and culture.
Boys sand Girls Clubs of Boston, Chelsea, MA, USA
Summary: Major responsibilities include oversight of all aspects of the BGCB Technology Program (planning, implementation and ongoing evaluation of quality and developmentally appropriate programming within the club”s technology program area for youth ages 6-18). Maintaining all member computers in all program areas throughout the club ensuring computers are operational and able to be used by members. Additional responsibilities include the supervision of program staff, department budget, program support to other clubhouse program areas, and the training of BGCB staff and other stakeholders as appropriate.