HomeWorks Staff Orientation
Ongoing staff and culturally responsive training as determined by HomeWorks.
New Jersey Bonner AmeriCorps orientation prior to the start of the term of service.
Ongoing training as determined by the staff of the New Jersey Bonner AmeriCorps Program and by the Site Supervisor and/or Campus Director throughout the term of service.
Strong commitment to HomeWorks’ mission, values and scholars.
A Business/Marketing degree (attained or in progress).
Experience with marketing preferred.
Knowledge of social media outreach across various platforms.
Be skilled at a variety of software: Canva, Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint are required; knowledge of InDesign, Photoshop, and Wix a plus.
Professional, reliable, and honest.
Demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Strong attention to detail with very good organizational and follow-through skills.
Ability to be flexible and juggle multiple tasks.
Ability to take initiative, ownership and accountability
Ability to work independently as well as collaborate as part of a team.
Sobre el rol
Position Description: Under the supervision of the HomeWorks Trenton Operations Director, the Operations and Communications Assistant will work with the HomeWorks staff to ensure smooth operations and create and update business and communication material for specific stakeholders, including HomeWorks’ scholars, their families, volunteers, donors, and community partners. You will perform data analysis and visualization to report the success of our organization, program offerings, marketing outreach initiatives, and more. You will then assist in coming up with strategies to improve HomeWorks’ operations and communications. Some duties will take place in the office or remotely while others will require one to be on site, interacting with the scholars and their families. Staff must be committed to the mission of HomeWorks and respectful of the community it works alongside.
Sobre la empresa
HomeWorks Trenton, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that runs a free, community-based, after school residential program for Black and Brown high school girls in Trenton, New Jersey. We provide a space where Black and Brown girls can authentically express themselves while developing academic and social-emotional tools to thrive despite living in a systemically unjust society.
Our scholars live in the HomeWorks house from Sunday evenings to Friday mornings and are transported to and from their Trenton Public Schools every day to ensure timeliness. After school, scholars engage in daily activities focused on academics and identity-driven leadership, eat a family-style meal, and stay overnight in our dorm with two full-time staff members. Our HomeWorks model decreases chronic absenteeism and improves scholars’ academic performance and social-emotional skills while celebrating the power of Black and Brown sisterhood. By providing a space to explore and define their experiences, cultures, and identities, HomeWorks offers our scholars a chance to see that their ideas, visions, and presence are valid and relevant in this world.
Founded in 2016, HomeWorks has built a diverse team of full-time and part-time staff, board members, and volunteers. Together, we have run five programs and built a HomeWorks community. The HomeWorks team has been recognized by Princeton University, McKinsey & Company, Echoing Green, Comcast, Hollister, TRESemmé, Camelback Ventures, Barclays, Vital Voices, The Rachael Ray Show and more.