Community Outreach Coordinator (Intern) – Closes 3/31/17

Position Community Outreach Coordinator (Intern)
Employer Northwest Workforce Council
Job Description Are you interested in youth/young adult development programs? The Northwest Workforce Council helps youth/young adults who are struggling with finding their place. The internship will have a focus on youth/young adult programs (ages 16-24).

Engaged in a variety of initiatives and projects in support of youth (young adult) development programs focused on assisting select young adults in gaining the knowledge and support needed to gain successful employment and careers. The Community Outreach Coordinator performs a variety of duties in support of programs including recruit, assess, and instruct individuals and groups for work readiness and occupational skill development, employer-based training, site development, and documenting participant progress. Help young people to find their voice and use it to create positive change for themselves.

The Community Outreach Coordinator works with minimal supervision and is able to complete tasks independently. Reports to the Programs Manager.

The Youth Community Outreach Coordinator for Youth Workforce Programs is a creative, enthusiastic, flexible and energetic individual who assists in the delivery and development of programs pertaining to youth/young adult employability and employment in Whatcom county communities. The Intern can demonstrate the following skills:

Technical- Proficient in use of Microsoft Office applications including Word, Outlook and Excel

Communication- Speak and write well in English. Must have skills in teamwork, cooperation, listening, persuasion, and empathy

Organization- Organize and prioritize to manage time to accomplish tasks and meet deadlines; ability to prioritize and outcome oriented

Critical Thinking- Using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems

Attention to Detail- Careful attention to detail and thoroughness in completing work tasks

Attitude- Dedicated, loyal and reliable; Depending on oneself to get things done

Adaptability/Flexibility- Being open to change and to considerable variety in the workplace


Days/Hours M-F 8am-5pm (may vary)
Contact Info 101 Prospect St, Bellingham   EMAIL:
How to Apply If you are results-focused, enjoy working in a fast-paced team environment and want to be part of an organization that contributes to the economic vitality of the North Puget Sound region, we invite you to read the full details of this exciting opportunity and the complete application requirements on our website:

Only qualified applicants will be contacted. Applications accepted until position is filled.
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Position Closes March 31, 2017

Teacher – Closes 3/29/17

Position Teacher
Employer Opportunity Council
Job Description We are recruiting for a (FT) Teacher for our Head Start & ECEAP preschool programs. Opportunity Council’s preschool programs support school readiness for children & their families by providing high quality preschool experiences along with health, nutrition, and social services. Professional development opportunities and training provided.
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Preschool Teacher – Closes 4/14/17

Employer St. Paul’s Academy Little Epistles Preschool
Job Description Co-teaching position.
Instruct children (normally 2 1/2 up to 5 years of age) in activities designed to promote social, emotional, physical, and intellectual growth needed for primary school in preschool setting.
Qualification AA in Early Childhood Education or BA in Education.
Professional, must love working with children.
Must be wiling and able to work well with others, share ideas, be creative, accept guidance
from lead teacher.
Must be able to pass background and TB test.


Days/Hours M-F 8:00-3:30 PM
Contact Info Rachel Lee, 3230 Meridian St, Bellingham   EMAIL:
How to Apply Please send a resume, cover letter and references to our email at
Position Closes April 14, 2017

Early Childhood Specialist (Temporary) – Closes 6/2/17

Position Early Childhood Specialist (Temporary)
Employer Opportunity Council
Job Description Please join our growing team of instructors, therapists and Family Resources Coordinators! We are excited to announce that we are adding a part time, temporary Early Childhood Specialist to our team of professionals. The person in this position provides individualized early childhood instruction in the home to primary caregivers & children birth to 3 years of age who have disabilities, delays, or are at-risk for developmental delays. Continue reading