Future Steps Program Director – GRIP Outreach for Youth

GRIP Outreach For Youth is a Christian 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded in 2004 with a mission “to break the fatherless cycle through Christ-centered, Life-on-Life relationships.”

We currently have 20 staff working to train, equip, and mobilize 300 volunteers annually to mentor and walk life with over 600 at-risk teens in Chicago. In addition, GRIP has trained over 2,200 adults across the nation for “life-on-life” urban discipleship, and provided tools and resources worldwide via our Streetlights Bible Multimedia Bible and Curriculum.

Reporting to the Executive Director, the FUTURE STEPS Program Director (FSPD) will build a network to prepare and launch GRIP young adults in their FUTURE careers so that they can fulfill their God-given mission. The FSPD will recruit and build business partner relationships. The FSPD will also identify and match together both business partners and our GRIP young adults for their career advancement through both short-term internships as well as long-term job positions. The FSPD will oversee the coordination of training content and execution for our business partners as well as our young adults.

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Executive Director – Champions of Hope

An urban youth discipleship ministry in South Dallas called Champions of Hope is in search of a new leader (executive director) who is passionate about Christian discipleship of urban youth.  Our current E.D. will be stepping away to focus more on her new season of life as a mother.

The foundation of Champions of Hope has been laid for the past nine years, and it is a strong foundation of matching Christian adults from around the Dallas area with 4th grade youth to mentor and disciple them through high school. We have mentored over 350 children and have 150 active mentors currently. The community is one of the most impoverished in Dallas, has some of the lowest performing schools and has extremely high rates of fatherless homes.

We believe this is a pivotal time for Champions of Hope to bring in a new leader to lead into the next season of impact in South Dallas. The culture that most influences the youth is shifting quickly away from any foundation of truth, and there are very few ministries or churches engaging in long term, gospel-driven relationships in our community. The mission and vision of Champions of Hope are strong and the community desperately needs the long-term relational focus that we hold to tightly.

The board is committed to the mission and finding the right leader to carry it forward. We are searching for qualified candidates who are driven, strong in the Lord, and passionate about urban youth and their families.

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