Project: VISION’s staff and volunteers are the core of the organization. Their hard work and dedication make it possible to serve our community. Project: VISION is an equal opportunity employer.
Project: VISION is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.
PROJECT: VISION TEAM
PV serves over 300 middle and high school youth each year out of its two Chinatown youth centers as well as three local school-based sites. We are seeking mission-driven, creative, and energetic individuals to join our team!
If you have an interest in a nonprofit career and working with youth, reach out to us!
Professional Development Opportunities
Paid for by the Organization
Project: VISION strives to help community youth achieve their full potential.
Program Manager (Middle School)
The Youth Program Manager’s role will focus on developing and overseeing programs for 200 middle school youth, supporting their academic achievement and the development of critical social-emotional skills that equip them to transition successfully to high school.
Program Manager (High School - Post-Secondary)
The Youth Program Manager’s role will oversee programs ensuring PV youths’ postsecondary success. The Manager will develop and implement high-quality programs that help youth navigate the college application process as well as gain workforce training and opportunities for career exploration. These programs aim to ultimately help youth achieve college access and success, and workplace readiness.
Program Manager (High School - Academics & Leadership)
The Youth Program Manager’s role will focus on developing and overseeing programs that ensure PV youth achieve academic success and build on essential 21st-century skills via service learning, leadership, and civic engagement opportunities.
Program Coordinator (High School - Academics)
The Youth Program Coordinator will support youths’ academic achievement via after-school tutoring and enrichment programs. These programs aim to help youth build foundational knowledge and effective study skills and habits, which promote high school graduation and college access and success. The Coordinator will also work collaboratively with other team members to support other program components, such as service learning and leadership programs.
Program Coordinator (High School - Leadership)
The Youth Program Coordinator’s role will focus on delivering high-quality youth programming focusing on leadership development, civic engagement, and workforce readiness. These programs aim to help youth connect with their communities via meaningful service learning opportunities while also building critical 21st-century skills that translate to high school, college, and workplace success.
Program Coordinator (High School - College & Workforce)
The Youth Program Coordinator’s role will focus on supporting youths’ post-secondary success by providing programs that help youth navigate the college application process as well as gain workforce training and opportunities for career exploration. These programs aim to ultimately help youth achieve college access and success, and workplace readiness.
Parent Engagement Coordinator
The Parent Engagement Coordinator’s role will focus on supporting increased parent engagement with their youth at home as well as promoting more parental involvement in the schools and the broader community. Their work will enhance parents’ knowledge, skills, and confidence and, ultimately, improve parent-child relationships.
The Case Manager’s role will focus on identifying and supporting PV youth with educational, behavioral, and social-emotional needs that require additional resources beyond the core program offerings. The Case Manager will also support parents and families and help build a network of external resources that can address the diverse needs of families.