Reporting to the Director of Program, the Program Manager for Journey World, Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship has the opportunity to take on a new business venture, in Girl Scouts’ signature programming enterprise, Journey World, a set of moveable, life-sized set pieces that comprise a traveling “city.”
This role is responsible for strategy, marketing, content development, and council-wide delivery of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience for girls K-12 through focused, purposeful flagship programming in Journey World, Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship.
Location: May be primarily located at any gathering place, with ongoing travel to other Girl Scout locations to deliver program required.
Hours: Gathering Place core hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Program hours for this position will also include evenings, weekends, and overnights, with autonomy to adjust hours accordingly.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Program Design, Management and Delivery
- Design, development and primary scheduling of Journey World, as well as all Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship programs
- Ensure successful implementation of all programs and grant funded initiatives are in compliance with all requirements.
- Manage a team of facilitators to deliver program at expected delivery levels.
- Leverage Knowledge
- Developing curricula for workshops, overnights, events and other delivery models for Journey World and other programs.
- Keep updated on cutting edge research and knowledge of Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship programming
- Market Development
- Market programs by reaching out to Girl Scouts, troops, leaders, service unit managers, other volunteers as well as schools and other youth and adult groups and various outside groups as well as answering questions and providing information as needed.
- Developing targeted marketing collateral with inclusive and universal messaging to embrace diversity among girls, youth and adults.
- Leverage Technology
- Programs will be designed and delivered through channels that most effectively engage each key audience (girls and volunteers primarily; all youth as a secondary market) with emphasis on interactive technology.
- Stay abreast of the latest technological advances as they relate to this area of focus.
- Budget Administration –
- Responsible for the development of a budget to correspond to all aspects of Journey World and Financial Literacy/Entrepreneurship program delivery, implementation of the budget, and monitoring of all expenditures within the budget.
- Leverage Partnerships and Alliances –
- Leveraging partnerships that result in sustainable support for major program initiatives with the greatest potential for impact and to lead the creation of innovative programming easily integrated into the Girl Scout Leadership Experience