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Economic Literacy Colorado - Cheif Philanthropy Officer | Posted January 21, 2021
Economic Literacy Colorado (ELC) is the only Colorado nonprofit dedicated to providing university-accredited economic and personal financial professional development for K-12 teachers. Annually, the 1,300-1,500 teachers throughout the state who attend our programs – classes, workshops, and trainings – educate approx. 100,000 students with the knowledge and skills they need to lead productive personal, professional, and civic lives.
The Chief Philanthropy Officer (CPO), a new position for Economic Literacy Colorado (ELC), will be responsible for increasing the donor base and donor revenue across multiple fundraising streams to fund ELC’s growth of its economic and personal finance education programs for K-12 teachers and students. This lead team member will work closely with the President, the Board of Directors, and the Development Director. The CPO must be a leader who knows and who has connections with the Colorado community, is passionate about the value of education, believes that economic and financial knowledge improves individual lives and society as a whole, and can inspire others to support ELC’s mission.
Envision:You - Development Manager | Posted January 18, 2021
Envision:You’s mission is to support, educate, and empower members of Colorado’s LGBTQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning) community who are living with a mental health and/or substance use disorder.
The Development Manager is responsible for supporting organizational growth, service delivery, and driving mission impact with an emphasis on statewide outreach and cultivation of individual donors, grants, and corporate sponsorships.
Denver Children's Advocacy Center - Child & Family Therapist | Posted January 18, 2021
The mission of Denver Children’s Advocacy Center is to prevent abuse, strengthen families, and restore childhood. DCAC serves children who have been sexually abused, neglected, or traumatized by witnessing violence. We are one of 14 child advocacy centers in Colorado providing friendly, family-supportive services in one central location, or close by. Our goal is to ensure that every child in Denver and neighboring counties who has been traumatized by sexual abuse, or by witnessing homicide or domestic violence receives immediate, compassionate and effective investigation, assessment and, if needed, mental health treatment.
This position is responsible for providing therapy to DCAC clients as well as providing mental health support to childcare centers, school-based ECE and informal child care providers.
Center for Personalized Education for Professionals (CPEP) - Program Manager: Professional/Problem Based Ethics (PROBE) | Posted January 18, 2021
CPEP is a mission-driven nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of healthcare here in Colorado and beyond. We help clinicians and other health professionals from across the U.S. and Canada in our intensive, skill-building educational seminars. The PROBE Program is a non-adversarial ethics and boundaries educational intervention. This personalized Program targets participants’ professional misconduct. Intensive discussions and case analysis facilitate the participant “probing” into their ethical misstep and recommitting to professional ideals. The Program is designed to fulfill regulatory body or credentialing requirements for ethics remediation. With CPEP’s help, these professionals learn, grow, and continue to serve the patients and communities who need them.
We are looking for a professional with experience in biomedical/healthcare ethics who is interested in serving as a Program Manager. The successful candidate will offer expertise in healthcare ethics to support the Program Director in the oversight of the PROBE Program, serve as the primary representative for and oversee communication with participants and referring organizations, and manage seminar-specific processes and curriculum. Experience as a teaching faculty in an academic or professional setting is ideal.