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Deadline: August 18, 2023
The fourth round of the Elevation Grant Program is now open. The grant program utilizes The Indianapolis Foundation’s equity framework and prioritizes organizations clearly demonstrating immediate intentionality around violence reduction and supporting programs using evidence-based violence reduction programming or promising strategies that also elevate the assets, aspirations, hope and safety of neighborhoods impacted by violence.
The Youth Program Director will be responsible for ensuring a safe and supportive learning environment for youth to learn and grow in Out of School Time (OST) settings. They will oversee and support the Youth Program Assistant Director in tasks such as staff hiring and supervision, curriculum planning and development, budgeting and administrative tasks, program sustaining opportunities and grant reporting. The Director will also develop and sustain community and volunteer partnerships to enhance programming.
From developing critical thinking skills to improving decision-making and building healthy habits, out-of-school time programs have been found to help develop the foundational skills and competencies that contribute to young people’s health, education, and overall well-being.