Center for Positive Sexuality is looking for volunteers to fill the following positions. Please apply here and specify the position you are interested in.
The Education Director is primarily responsible for providing consistency and support for the overall education program. CPS presents to a diverse range of organizations and audience. The Director maintains communication with previous clients and seeks out new venues for educators to share their experiences. Using a strengths-based approach, the Director encourages interns and volunteers to contribute and grow their experience and further develop their skills in public speaking, sex-positive research and education, and content creation. The Director evaluates intern progress and materials for dissemination.
Those with teaching experience or student mentoring would enjoy the broad range of interns we accept. Duties average about 2 hours a week, with some weeks much higher depending on the time of the academic year. Activities are highly interdepartmental.
Duties include but are not limited to:
- Regular meetings with the Education Coordinator
- Regular meetings with the Executive Director
- Meeting with the directors and coordinators of other CPS programs as needed
- Organizing and conducting trainings with the educators
- Overseeing education interns
- Providing regular reports to the Board about the program
- Providing budget preparation for the program as needed
- Working with Outreach and Social Media Departments to coordinate and expand the reach of the program to other venues
- Assist with any issues that may arise related to scheduling volunteer and intern educators, venue contacts, and venue locations
- Handle issues related to the educator volunteers, with the input of the Executive Director
- Providing guidance to the program and the coordinator
- Respond to emails for the director and other related email addresses as needed
- Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director
Certification Program Coordinator
The Certification Program Coordinator tracks applications, interviews, paperwork, and student progress through the program. This includes sending paperwork and payment information to applicants, matching new students with mentors, and being a point of contact when students have issues or concerns. The Coordinator shares duties with the Certification Program Director and other members of the committee to interview new applicants to the program and make admission decisions. The Coordinator attends a monthly committee meeting and may help prepare the agenda and notes. The Coordinator also collaborates on plans, policies, and programming, including certification program workshops, and works with the Director on other projects as needed. Responsibilities are approximately 1-2 hours per week, with interviews requiring more time as applications increase. No special skills are required aside from a general aptitude for administrative tasks and organization. Familiarity with the Canvas learning platform is helpful.