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Volunteer Opportunities at Family League
Review Panel Member
Community Schools Steering Committee Member
- Students (at least one student on the CSSC must currently be enrolled in a Community School)
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Job Opportunities at Partner Organizations
Housing Case Manager- Family Recovery Program
The FRP Housing Case Manager shall provide case management services to participants of the Family Recovery Program by monitoring participant’s progress throughout their program-term, provide supportive services to support the overall wellness of the family system, and document all efforts made by the participants to all interested parties in the child’s foster care case.
Preferably, a candidate for the FRP Housing Case Manager position should have:
- A Bachelor’s degree in any social, public health, or drug or alcohol related field, or an Associate of Arts degree with 5 years of experience providing direct client services in public health, community service, or related work;
- Familiarity with Baltimore’s child welfare system and social sector organizations that serve vulnerable children, youth, and their families
Community Health Worker Healthy Families America Team- Sinai Hospital
Sinai Hospital is seeking a Community Health Worker for their Healthy Families America team. The position provides direct services by means of education, advocacy and services coordination to individuals in order to extend psychosocial support services. This position works with pregnant women and their children. There are currently two Community Health Worker positions available.
Community Health Advocate- HealthCare Access Maryland
HealthCare Access Maryland (HCAM) is making Maryland healthier by connecting residents to insurance and care, educating the community about healthier living, and advocating a more equitable health care system. HCAM is currently looking to fill five Community Health Advocate positions. Community Health Advocates will work collaboratively in Judy Centers to ensure that pregnant women are re-connected and referred to HCAM for prenatal services.
Community School Coordinator- Child First Authority at City Springs Elementary
A Community School is created through a set of intentional partnerships among the school and other community resources that promote student achievement, positive conditions for learning, and the well-being of families and communities so that schools become the hubs of the community. In partnership with the school principal and broader school community, the community school coordinator will assess the needs of the designated community school and will form strategic school-community partnerships based on the identified needs to help eliminate barriers to academic success for students and families.
Assistant Director of Community Schools (LCWS-C)- The Social Work Community Outreach Service (SWCOS) at the University of Maryland, School of Social Work
The position will oversee the community school strategy for the Positive Schools Center, a program within SWCOS, ensuring robust school-based programs lead to impactful results for communities. The position will also provide staff supervision and coaching to multiple Community School Coordinators (Social Workers) working as part of the strategy.
This full-time position offers a generous benefits package that includes 22 vacation days, 14 floating and holidays, 15 sick days; comprehensive health insurance and retirement options; and tuition remission for employees and their dependents at any of the University System of Maryland schools. The Hiring Range for this position is in the $70,000s, commensurate with education and experience.
Director of Social Emotional Wellness- Boys & Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Baltimore
The director will manage the organization’s efforts related to social & emotional wellness for youth and staff. The position is responsible for leading efforts for the organization to be trauma sensitive. The position also manages community relations and mental health resources and services for the families we serve.
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