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Camp Counselor Paid Internship– Seasonal/Summer 2019

BGCMD operates a residential summer program where under-served inner city youth, ages 8 to 13, attend 5 day/4 night low cost, and in many cases, no cost, session. Kids/Campers participate in hiking, canoeing, sleeping under the stars, fishing, rock climbing, archery, hands-on games, and other outdoor activities. The Gates Camp program inspires kids to explore new ideas, develop a connection with the environment, work as a community, and support one another in the achievement of their personal potential. We are currently hiring Camp Counselors to live and work at Gates Camp between the dates of May 23rd and July 30th.

Camp Head Cook – Paid Internship – Seasonal/Summer 2019

BGCMD operates a residential summer program where under-served inner city youth, ages 8 to 13, attend 5 day/4 night low cost, and in many cases, no cost, sessions. Kids/Campers participate in hiking, canoeing, sleeping under the stars, fishing, rock climbing, archery, hands-on games, and other outdoor activities. The Gates Camp program inspires kids to explore new ideas, develop a connection with the environment, work as a community, and support one another in the achievement of their personal potential. BGCMD is currently hiring one (1) Head Cook to live and work at Gates Camp between the dates of May 16th and July 30th.

Camp Head Counselor – Paid Internship – Seasonal/Summer 2019

BGCMD operates a residential summer program, Gates Camp, where under-served inner city youth, ages 8 to 13, attend 5 day/4 night, low cost, and in many cases, no cost, sessions. Kids/Campers participate in hiking, canoeing, sleeping under the stars, fishing, rock climbing, archery, hands-on games, and other outdoor activities. The Gates Camp program inspires kids to explore new ideas, develop a connection with the environment, work as a community, and support one another in the achievement of their personal potential. BGCMD is currently hiring two (2) Head Camp Counselors to live and work at Gates Camp between the dates of May 16th and July 30th.

Gates Camp Onsite Healthcare Professional Paid Internship – Seasonal/Summer 2019

BGCMD operates a residential summer program where under-served inner city youth, ages 8 to 13, attend 5 day/4 night low cost, and in many cases, no cost, sessions. Kids/Campers participate in hiking, canoeing, sleeping under the stars, fishing, rock climbing, archery, hands-on games, and other outdoor activities. The Gates Camp program inspires kids to explore new ideas, develop a connection with the environment, work as a community, and support one another in the achievement of their personal potential. BGCMD is currently hiring one (1) Onsite Healthcare Professional to live and work at Gates Camp between the dates of May 23rd and July 30th.

Membership Director

The Financial Planning Association (FPA) is seeking a Membership Director to lead the FPA Membership Program, consisting of both providing an indispensable experience to retain the organization’s more than 22,000 members and attracting new members to join FPA.

The Membership Director will drive positive outcomes, both quantitative and qualitative, in overall recruiting and retention for FPA, in addition to focusing on introducing new strategies and adjusting existing programs for key subsets of members, including new CFP® professionals, early stage financial planners, experienced planners, students, academics and non-planners who support the profession. The Membership Director will also work closely with core FPA teams, such as Marketing and Membership, Strategic Partnerships, Member Engagement, Advocacy, Communities, Education/Learning, Chapter Engagement and the Journal of Financial Planning editorial team, to seamlessly integrate membership into every facet of the association.

Administrative Assistant

About the Family Resource Center Association:

Providing public advocacy, capacity building, and resource development to strengthen its statewide network of Family Resource Centers (FRCs), the Family Resource Center Association’s (FRCA) vision is for a Colorado in which every family is thriving and self-sufficient. Our mission to ensure our members are optimally equipped to serve Colorado families, the FRCA provides public advocacy, capacity building and resource development to strengthen its statewide network of family resource centers as they bring help and hope to Colorado families. All centers provide Two-Generation support in an atmosphere of respect and in partnership with the families they serve. Centers provide families with a safe, accessible place to connect with comprehensive, coordinated services in their own community. The over-arching vision is to strengthen individual families, creating self-reliance for generations to come that will build stronger communities in Colorado.

Basic Purpose

The Family Resource Center Association (FRCA), is seeking an enthusiastic, highly organized and flexible person to serve as our Administrative Assistant. Responsibilities include general office support for all staff, including Finance, Programs, Development & Marketing, and Member Services.

Senior Development Officer, Denver Animal Protection

Denver Animal Protection is seeking a Senior Development Officer to spearhead fundraising efforts, including enhancing and executing the overall development strategy (and associated marketing efforts). The development strategy will include an emphasis on events, annual giving, major gifts, capital gifts, & planned giving. In this role, you will be responsible for raising private donations, corporate giving, grants, etc. Teamwork is key to the success of DAP and particularly to the success of its development efforts, so you must view all DAP activities for fundraising possibilities and work with appropriate staff on these activities

Director of External Affairs for the Colorado River Program

The Director of External Affairs for the Colorado River Program plays a key role in the development and implementation of one or more strategies to achieve the Conservancy’s goals through interaction with water users, governments, multilateral agencies, other non-profits and/or the corporate sector. S/he may help manage and foster key relationships both externally and internal to TNC for the Colorado River system in the U.S. and Mexico. S/he may supervise staff and help support staff in effectively implementing the Program’s strategies. S/he will work on public funding initiatives. S/he will have some fundraising responsibilities.

Part Time Executive Director

Santa Fe Business Improvement District (Santa Fe BID) is seeking a Part-time Director with previous
community and business experience and good organizational skills. Santa Fe BID was established in
2014 after formal approval by business and property owners in the district boundaries at the November
general election. Responsible for business improvement activities along the Santa Fe Corridor from the
600 to 1300 block, the Santa Fe BID has adopted an operational plan and budget and will hire a director
on a contracted service basis. The Director will act as the principal operating officer of the BID and be
responsible for the overall administration and work activities of the BID. The Director works
approximately 20 hours/week including occasional weekend activity; may office out of their home or in
one of the Santa Fe business locations. Compensation is based on experience and ranges from $26,000-
$30,000 / year, on contract.

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