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Program Coordinator, Boulder Jewish Teen Initiative, Part Time
Boulder JCC
6007 Oreg Avenue
Boulder, CO 80303

Principal Responsibilities:


1. High school clubs - 8 hrs per week

a. Facilitation of club session and content

i. Support student leaders in their facilitation skills.

ii. Facilitate activities and content as identified by student leaders and/or BJTI Director.

iii. Build individual relationships with students at club and leaders.

b. Logistics

i. Acquisition of materials and food, back up plans for technology failures, and survey implementation.

c. Outreach, advertising, and recruitment

i. Ongoing texting/outreach to known students of clubs. Implement mass-texting systems as needed. Flyer & video advertisement creation for specific club content or gatherings. Coordination of marketing materials with the students.

d. Content creation and planning

i. In conjunction with the BJTI Director and student leaders, plan club content in advance and support implementation of these plans.

ii. Support implementation of events held outside of school for the clubs Ensure there are Jewish lenses, connections, and relevant context included in each club.

2. NaviG8 - 4-5 hrs per week

a. Logistics

i. Acquisition of materials and food, setup and breakdown of spaces, technology, and other facilities related needs.

ii. Primary facilitator for all sessions.

b. Curriculum Development

i. Working in conjunction with the BJTI Director, plan the NaviG8 sessions for the entire year using the organizations intentions and outcomes for this program. Ensure there are Jewish lenses, connections, and relevant

context included in each session.

3. Teen Advisory Board - .5 hrs a week

a. Assist with facilitation as needed, follow up with participants and scheduling reminders. Setup food, room, materials.

4. Marketing - 5 hrs a week

a. Create content as according to BJTI marketing plan that may include, but are not limited to: weekly newsletters, social media event advertising, flyers, and follow up emails. Assist with marketing materials for partnered programs or community. wide events as needed. Ongoing updating of BJTI website with BJTI events and other relevant offerings. Able to stay up to date on trends in teen marketing.

5. Supervision - 3-4 hrs per week

a. Weekly check in with BJTI Director, Ongoing feedback and annual performance review. Follow BJCC HR and other policies.


 Benefit eligible position

 Part time (20 hours a week) that will include some weeknights and weekends.

 The Boulder JCC offers a competitive salary and benefits package.

 Location - Boulder, Colorado with some meetings and events occurring in outlying areas (Longmont, Lafayette, etc) and occasionally Denver. The position will be housed out of the Boulder JCC and may have frequent meetings out of the office in coffee shops, or shared workspaces, etc.

 Professional Development and Staff Training

Minimum Qualifications:

Agency Information:


The Boulder Jewish Community Centers [Boulder JCC] mission is to provide programs and services based in Jewish values and traditions in a place where people of all ages and backgrounds gather to connect, exchange ideas, learn, and grow. The Boulder JCC is recognized for its innovative approaches to community engagement with the next generation and families through meaningful experiences and philanthropy. The Boulder JCC recently completed building its new 52,000 square foot facility sitting on a beautiful 10-acre campus in East Boulder. As a community convener and one of the central addresses of Jewish life in Boulder County and beyond, the Boulder JCC prides itself on offering a wide array of community programming including one of the best Boulder preschools, day camps, after school classes, and arts and culture programs serving infants, toddlers, youth, families, teens, young adults, and adults. The staff at the Boulder JCC is hard working, collaborative, passionate, and committed to mission. The team is driven by a desire to serve the community broadly and deeply. The organization continually strives to improve its delivery of content and services with a focus on its values. The Boulder JCC endeavors to hire individuals who are committed to the JCCs values, believe in the power of community and want to help grow a dynamic organization.


The Boulder Jewish Teen Initiative (BJTI) is searching for a dynamic and experienced individual who can help us grow and continue the successful work we carry out engaging Jewish teenagers. With this understanding applicants should be flexible with both their time commitment and workload. Candidates would ideally have prior experience working in the non-profit or Jewish non-profit sectors as well as group facilitation experience. Candidates should have strong communication skill, and have a desire to grow and develop the teens in our Jewish community.

The Boulder Jewish Teen Initiative is an organization whose mission is to help high school students connect with other Jewish peers and explore their (Jewish) identity and relevant topics in a safe, welcoming, space. We offer three primary programs for 8th-12th grade students from all affiliations, backgrounds, schools, and Jewish identities in the Greater Boulder Area:

1. NaviG8, a pluralistic year-long program that is distinctly different from other Jewish teen experiences by approaching participants as a whole person and utilizing experiential education modalities. Students meet new peers while participating in student centered experiences, and 8th grade specific skill building. We explore topics ranging from identity development, cooking, Israel Narratives, and peer pressure. Participants will

grow into a more resilient young adults, informed global citizens, and modern Jews.

2. Jewish Culture Clubs. These clubs offer a space at local high schools for students to meet new peers, engage in experiential learning and explore upcoming Jewish holidays, current events, and topics that our students choose through Jewish frameworks. We support student leaders in running these clubs in five public high schools across the Greater Boulder area.

3. Teen Advisory Board. The space where Jewish teen leaders gather to plan and design content and activities for our high school clubs. We help these emerging leaders grow by also teaching and practicing relevant skills and provide mentorship throughout the year.

BJTI is a program of the Boulder Jewish Community Center and funded by Rose Community Foundation.