Shalom International Ministry, a diverse Presbyterian Church (USA) congregation located in Clarkston, GA, is seeking a 3/4 time Director for its afterschool ministry, Inspire. The successful candidate will have experience in education and/or nonprofit leadership and a passion for working with refugee middle school students ages eleven to fifteen. The Director is responsible for overseeing and coordinating all aspects of the afterschool program, including daily programmatic operations (in close collaboration with the Lead Teacher) as well as fundraising, volunteer management and community advocacy.
Inspire: A Shalom Afterschool Initiative, located in Clarkston, GA and serving refugee and immigrant middle school students, is seeking a Lead Teacher for its afterschool program. This is a part-time position requiring approximately 15-20 hours per week during the school year. The successful candidate will have previous experience working with people of various cultures, ethnicities, and religious backgrounds and with adolescents in an educational setting. Coursework towards a degree in education or related field required; Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
Decatur Presbyterian Church (www.dpchurch.org) is seeking an organized individual with a heart and mind for ministry to those in need to serve as the Interim Coordinator of its Threshold Ministry. Duties include coordinating the scheduled operations of the Threshold Ministry, supervising the cadre of volunteers, and working with both internal and outside groups. The Interim Coordinator will serve until the permanent Coordinator is brought on board in August or September and will be eligible to apply for the permanent Coordinator position. For more information about this position, please visit Decatur Presbyterian Church's website at www.dpcurch.org/Thresholdsearch.
Atlanta Ministry with International Students (AMIS) is seeking a full-time Program Administrator to support this well-established non-profit organization. AMIS is a Christian-based organization that promotes cultural understanding through friendship and hospitality with international students in the Greater Atlanta area. Since its start in 1978, AMIS has provided opportunities for international students – both in Atlanta and around the United States to develop friendships with American volunteers and together share both U.S. and their country’s culture and customs. Position description can be found here.
Inquiries and resumes can be emailed to: Rev. Irene Wong, Executive Director at email@example.com.