The Centre For Women In Tampa Seeks Director Of Girls' Services

Want to help girls in the Tampa Bay region? The Centre for Women in Tampa is looking to fill a director of girls' services position.

This position requires a master's degree and experience in counseling, working with teenage girls, grant writing, outcome evaluation and supervision.

The person hired will be responsible for an Out of School Time Program for girls ages 10 to 18 as well as for other girls programs offered at the Centre for Women.

The Out of School Time Program is to help girls transition into adulthood. This is a free program that gives girls a safe place to go after school to have fun and learn about life.

In this program, girls are taught decision-making skills, and learn about their bodies and other health issues. The goal of the program is to build confidence and create a strong sense of responsibility.

This job also requires administration work, business development, fund-raising and social work.

The Centre for Women opened in 1977 and employs about 65 people offering services to women and girls, such as substance abuse treatment, employment services, family counseling, and programs for seniors and girls.

The Centre assists more than 3,000 every year through neighborhood-based services, teamwork and support.

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Writer: Mandy Erfourth
Source: Bethany Miller, Centre for Women
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