|Members on the Move
Welcome YDEKC’s newest members!
K.D. Hall Foundation
The purpose of the K.D. Hall Foundation is to support women and girls in their development and economic advancement by being ready and prepared for their current or future careers. We communicate this in a various of ways such as conferences, Public Relations campaigns, workshops small and large and webinars that encourage, inspire and propel women of all ages, nationalities and sexualities around the world. K.D. Hall Foundation partners with colleges, organizations, government and more to create opportunities and experiences for women through mentorship, career opportunities and community partnerships.
SOS programs engage at-risk youth through adventure sports. Students who might not typically have access to outdoor sports learn new activities like skiing, snowboarding, rock climbing, backpacking, hiking and stand up paddle boarding. Along the way they are mentored by adult volunteers, practice SOS’s core values, take part in leadership workshops, and complete service learning projects. The SOS curriculum requires increased commitment each year, allowing youth to develop over time into healthy, confident, active members of the community.
Communities in Schools of Auburn is seeking a new Executive Director!
Communities In Schools of Auburn is part of the nation’s largest dropout prevention network serving at risk youth in Auburn since 2001. They are currently seeking a dynamic leader to advance our local affiliate serving students across eight focus schools. Candidates are asked to submit a cover letter, application and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. All materials must be received in electronic form by close of business on Wednesday, July 7, 2017 for consideration. The full job description is available here.
the Service Board is seeking their next fearless Executive Director!
the Service Board (tSB) was founded as a call to action in 1995 in response to a drug-related murder of a young snowboarder. The founders knew then what is true now: The world is complex and youth are vulnerable. However, given the right combination of exploring their passions, having positive adult role models and engaging in service and adventure, youth will thrive and impact the communities around them. The organization has consistently been a small organization with a large influence, serving 66 youth in 2016, with a 2017 operating budget of $320,000, a staff of four, a 14-member Board of Directors, and over 100 adult mentors and community volunteers. Applications will be accepted through June 30th. The full job description is available here.
Leadership Tomorrow is seeking a strategic and creative Executive Director!
The executive director is responsible for inspiring broad support for LT, building relationships across our diverse region, leading staff and volunteers, developing resources, guiding strategic planning , and implementing programs. The executive director provides leadership and advice to the Board on policy issues, and acts as the chief spokesperson for the organization. The full job description is available here.