About Jeremiah Program
Jeremiah Program (JP) offers one of the nation’s most successful strategies for ending the cycle of poverty for single mothers and their children, two generations at a time. Two-generation – or 2Gen — programs uniquely focus on the whole family and achieve long-term, sustainable results. The approach has been proven to achieve significant educational, health, and economic benefits for parents, children, and communities.
Jeremiah Program is expanding throughout the country to meet the growing demand for its model. The organization has campuses in Minneapolis, MN, St. Paul, MN, Rochester-SE, MN, Austin, TX, and Fargo, ND.
In Boston, MA and Brooklyn, NY, Jeremiah has introduced an innovative non-residential model, working with leading organizations to serve mothers and children. Learn more at Jeremiah Program.
Jeremiah Program was born from Minneapolis community leaders’ compassionate concern for the barriers facing the growing number of low-income single mothers in their community. Partnering with single mothers attending local community colleges, they identified safe and affordable housing, as well as education for both mom and child, as the most important tools for ending intergenerational poverty. Our downtown Minneapolis campus was built in 1998, followed by our St. Paul campus in 2007. With a 21-year history of inspiring post-secondary graduation rates and living-wage employment for single moms and brighter futures for their children, JP continues to play a critical role in disrupting the impacts of poverty in all communities where we operate, bolstering equity so all families can build well-being and achieve economic prosperity.
Designs and maintains a comprehensive knowledge database that can be used for campus level staff to support families with referrals and resources to address barriers they face in the areas of our key pillars. Conducts in-depth research on the interventions that disrupt poverty, the partners that can support our families, and the tools that can improve the work of parent programming staff across JP.
Supports national Parent Programming team with in-depth research, internal and external data gathering, and data analysis and presentation. Handles logistical support for the implementation of new initiatives and events, ensuring successful implementation through clear communication and post-implementation analysis.
Research & Analysis
- Performs high quality research and analysis of other non-profit organizations, government agencies, and foundation supports that would support the delivery of high-quality programming to JP moms both nationally and
- Explores new partnerships and program options to support the 5 pillars and build out a robust pre-matriculation experience, JP experience, and JP collective.
- Designs and maintains a real-time database that allows campus level staff to identify, match, and offer resources to moms and that tracks utilization to inform which resources are most impactful.
- Develop an understanding of best practices and trends in the fields of college persistence, parenting, trauma, race dynamics, equity, and shame research so JP can be a thought leader in these fields and the 2Gen space.
- Supports the operations of the CST Parent Programming Team in communication, events, and initiatives with regard towards high quality customer service to build strong and effective relationships with participants, CST departments, and campus teams
- Administers feedback loops about Parent Programming communication, events, and initiatives across other CST departments and campus teams for continual improvement of Parent Programming
- Manages and inputs CST Parent Programming data in a timely and accurate manner into a database to serve as a role model for campuses and other CST
- Analyzes CST and Campus Mom data to drive towards better outcomes in the realm of coaching, education, housing, 2nd generation, sisterhood success, and life
- Communicates and coordinates with campus teams about needed actions for organization wide data
- Coordinate ongoing assessment and improvement of processes, as determined
Key Professional Experience/Qualifications
- BA/BS (Master’s degree preferred) in education, human services, social work, or closely related field
- 2+ years’ experience conducting research and data analytics, with the ability to present data in relevant and thoughtful ways.
- Solid understanding of the benefits and challenges of social services program delivery
- Excellent culturally competent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to build productive collaborations with internal and external stakeholders in person and remotely
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications and an ability to learn new technologies that enable effectiveness in the role
- Highly organized with excellent follow through and ability to meet deadlines in a highly dynamic environment
- Understanding of the structural inequities that lead to generational poverty and passion for the Jeremiah Program mission and values
- A development orientation and track record of seeking professional growth
- Solutions-focused and resourceful approach to overcoming challenges
HOW TO APPLY
Jeremiah Program is committed to the recruitment, selection, development, and promotion of employees based on individual merit. Our policy is to provide equal employment opportunities to all people without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, or disability.
We offer competitive compensation including employer-paid health and dental, life and disability insurance, and generous time off.
Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply online. Please upload a current resume and thoughtful cover letter articulating your interest and fit for the role, including compensation requirements.