Join Our Team!

We are looking for a Program Partner to join our team this up coming school year!

To apply send cover letter and resume to


Department: Programming

Supervisor: Continuity and Sustainability Manager (CSM)

Start Date: August 2019

Work Hours: 40 per week, Monday – Sunday (flexible)

Salary: $32,500 – $40,000 plus benefits


Inclusive Communities confronts prejudice, bigotry and discrimination through educational programs that raise awareness, foster leadership and empower advocacy for a just and inclusive society.  As an organization, we envision a society that is strengthened by diversity, inclusion, respect, and justice for all people.


The Program Partner should be an experienced, detail-oriented, self-motivated, and creative individual.  This position supports the overall curriculum, execution, coordination, and evaluation of all Inclusive Communities’ programs which include, not limited to: Business Programing, IncluCity, Creating Inclusive Communities (CIC) workshops, IncluCity Middle, After-School Programs and Omaha Table Talk. The Program Associate reports to the Continuity and Sustainability Manager by whom the specifics and parameters of the job are further defined.


  • Assist CSM in reviewing and developing curriculum for various audiences
  • Assist in the overall delivery and facilitation of Inclusive Communities Community, Youth and Business programming
  • Coordinate all youth programming including Middle School, IncluCity and Incluship.
  • Collaborate with the Social Media Consultant in aspects of social media communication and outreach and other programming materials.
  • Coordinate youth focused activities and collaborate with staff on program implementation and facilitator training;
  • Collaborate with the Program Partner of Volunteer Services for volunteers for each event.
  • Build and maintain, in collaboration with CSM and Deputy Director, current educator and school representative database/contact list.
  • Research curriculum for youth programming to maintain standards set out by Collective For Youth and other funding or education entities.
  • Support the outreach efforts for all Inclusive Communities programs, including: conducting recruitment at external events, planning and coordination of special events, drafting/review of communications and outreach materials for volunteers, serving as a liaison for referral agencies, and development/ maintenance of outreach database / contact lists.
  • Assist in planning and coordinating of IncluCity; serve as Co-director.
  • Plan, develop and implement “best practices” curriculum for afterschool students in assigned schools during the course of the academic year.
  • Maintain daily attendance and build relationships with school staff and community resources.
  • Attend and actively participate in monthly training provided by Inclusive Communities partner: Collective for Youth
  • Assist in writing and development of program materials and resources, including outreach materials and resources for program participants.
  • Support administrative and operational services including program evaluation, accurately documenting program participation, and collecting and entering data as needed.
  • Provide other program support including; attending collaborative meetings, serving as a liaison for all activities related to the program and/or collaborative activities, assist in preparation of providing input for program and grant reports, and other activities to support Inclusive Communities programs.
  • Collaborate with team members to build and maintain community/partner resources. Schedule and conduct outreach with outside agencies to increase referrals and awareness of Inclusive Communities programs and events
  • Other related duties and/or expectations as assigned

Skills and Requirements:

  • Relevant work experience, Associates Degree or higher or combination of work and education recommended.
  • Interest in nonprofit work and an overall passion and personal commitment to Inclusive Communities’ vision and mission.
  • 1-2 years of experience in a program outreach, education/facilitation or organizing role, internship or paid position.
  • Must be a team player with an excellent ability to multi-task, accompanied by a spirit of flexibility and collaborative outlook.
  • Valid driver’s license with reliable form of daily transportation and/or vehicle insurance.
  • Satisfactorily pass a background check.
  • Excellent facilitation, and program directing skills.
  • Excellent organizational, problem solving, interpersonal, and conflict management skills.
  • Strong communication skills (verbal and written) with an attention to detail.
  • Strong knowledge of human relations issues, including understanding of the oppression and privilege models.
  • The ability to work independently and properly manage time to meet deadlines
  • The ability to understand, analyze, and manage complex human relations issues; develops a deep understanding of human relations curriculums.
  • The ability to relate well with people from diverse backgrounds, both in groups and individually, including but not limited to: youth, adults, school representatives, and nonprofit professionals.
  • Experience with Microsoft Office programs and Google Applications.


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