Program Director Educational Equity

Program Director, Educational Equity

MDC, a nonprofit in Durham, N.C., focused on improving economic mobility and advancing equity in the South, seeks a Program Director to lead our work to advance educational equity in North Carolina and the US South. MDC enjoys support from national and regional partners in private philanthropy, business, and government. Our vision is a South where all people thrive.

Primary Responsibilities and Expectations

Director of Programs

The Director of Programs is a key leader of the Career Development Services team, building and executing on strategies that increase the impact of Goodwill’s services throughout the Triad region. The position provides leadership and direction for mission services programming, including career navigation, Jobs-On-The-Outside Re-entry, WIOA-funded grant programs, and SNAP Employment & Training. Staff supervised by the Director of Programs engage in career navigation and/or case management for program participants with justice involvement, WIOA engagement, housing instability, under-employment, and a variety of other barriers to family-sustaining employment. The role is responsible for developing processes and procedures, program development, employer and partnership development, strategic and annual business planning, budgets, and other agency initiatives; informs the organization of best practices that support program, cultural, and fiscal objectives; and provides coaching and modeling for excellence.

Music Teacher

Arts For Life (AFL), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization headquartered in Asheville, NC, is currently seeking a Music Teacher who will be responsible for designing and delivering high-quality and engaging music opportunities to patients and families within a hospital setting at Brenner Children’s Hospital in Winston-Salem.

Asset Manager - Mountain Housing Opportunities

Ask yourself?

Do you have a heart to improve housing conditions by eliminating threats to life, health, and safety? Do you have a passion for serving low-income elderly, veterans, disabled, single-parent, and large family households in Asheville and Western North Carolina? Do you value diversity, equity, and inclusion and can you demonstrate this professionally and personally? Are you the next Asset Manager at Mountain Housing Opportunities (MHO)?


Program Support Manager

NC IDEA Foundation is seeking to add a member to our team to help us increase the impact of our work by supporting the management of our programs to help people of North Carolina achieve their entrepreneurial potential. This hire will help to support all programs that provide education, training and mentoring for individuals seeking to start and grow companies in North Carolina. As there is tight coordination with our grant programs, this person will work in close coordination with the entire team to support entrepreneurs. This hire will report directly to the Senior Director of Programs.

Grant Support Manager

NC IDEA needs a smart, organized, helpful, enthusiastic problem solver to join our team as Grant Support Manager to help with a variety of tasks related to startup grant support for NC IDEA MICRO and NC IDEA SEED and engagement of NC IDEA alumni companies. The best person for the job is someone who can stay one step ahead of what is needed next.

Lead Preschool Teacher

Subject: Lead Preschool Teacher Position, The Learning Trail, Chapel Hill, NC

The Learning Trail is seeking a part-time Lead Preschool Teacher for the 2022-23 school year. The Preschool program serves a low-income Latinx community in Chapel Hill and is offered to families free of charge. It is located within Nature Trail mobile home community, in a self-contained renovated preschool room, fully equipped with standard preschool furnishings and supplies. The mission of the Learning Trail is to reduce the education gap that exists for this population.

Case Manager

Western Wake Crisis Ministry is a 37-year-old nonprofit in Apex North Carolina with a mission of partnering with those in crisis, helping them gain stability through basic supports for food, financial/housing assistance, education, and opportunity