Program Coordinator Position
Founded in 1998 in Wilson, Wyoming, InterConnections 21 is an educational 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Now based in Jackson, its mission is to promote learning and action around critical global issues, particularly in schools and communities in the Northern Rockies and Teton County, Wyoming.
InterConnections 21 (IC21) currently operates on an annual budget of $100,000. Its signature program is the Teton County Model UN Conference (TCMUN) for approximately 200 high school students from across Wyoming and Idaho. IC21 also provides opportunities for local students to attend national and international Model UN conferences.
Under the authority of the Board of Directors, the Program Coordinator will have operational responsibility for the management and evaluation of TCMUN, execution of the mission, and the supervision of a small team of outside contractors (bookkeeper, web designer, and possible grant writer). This is a part-time position based on an hourly wage according to programmatic needs (see attached delegation of duties).
- Collaborate with local educators and students to host and manage TCMUN Conference. Serve as leader/chaperone for national/international MUN conferences and trips.
- Cultivate and maintain strong working relationships with board, all schools, community partners, sponsors, and participants.
- Strengthen and manage marketing and press about programming.
- Communicate with Board of Directors through written reporting and attendance at Executive Committee and full Board meetings.
- Organize and manage all fundraising efforts executed by board, volunteers, and (potential) grant writer.
- Bachelor’s degree, ideally in a discipline related to education or international studies.
- Program management experience.
- Ability to collaborate effectively with a variety of stakeholders.
- Strong verbal and written communications skills.
- Familiarity with Mac OS, Windows, Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook, Mail Chimp and
Wages & Benefits:
$30,000/year: half-time contract position based on 1,000-1,300 hours/year.