Job Locations US-NY-Flushing
Regular Full-Time


The Curriculum Coordinator of Youth and Family Development Program supports AAFE’s mission to empower immigrant communities and thinks strategically and creatively about the intersection of youth organizing, counseling, and community development. The Youth Program Curriculum Coordinator will work with a team of staff, interns and the Program Manager and supports different aspects of youth development, most specifically in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of youth programs and projects in the community.


Program Operations:

  • Develop innovative educational curriculum and workshops for high school students with high detail to adolescent mental health, family engagement, civics engagement and diversity, equity and inclusion.
  • Curriculum instruction and training for staff and interns with a keen focus on best practices in trauma informed, diversity, equity and inclusion,  adolescent mental health and structural family lens.
  • Evaluate and improve case management and service delivery in youth & family development.
  • Help facilitate educational programs in-person and virtually.
  • Support program evaluation and metrics and be up to date on program performance.

Strategic planning and partnerships:

  • Help develop and manage existing and new school and community partnerships and funders. 
  • Integrate and work collaboratively with other AAFE lines of business and Community Services program
  • Support grant writing and proposals, implementation, and final reporting.
  • Contributes to social media presence, assisting with drafting of posts, stories, and campaigns.
  • Help collect and manage both qualitative and quantitative data to create impact reports 
  • Help monitor individual, team and portfolio performance and implement improvements to improve efficiency and effectiveness of both performance and service


  • Motivate staff and foster a team approach to high-quality and innovative service; model positive and responsible behaviors through actions and interactions
  • Facilitate regular trainings; model appropriate practices; and continuously challenge and support staff to raise standards
  • Cultivate a team culture to ensure a safe, inclusive, supportive, and respectful working environment 


  • At least two years of experience providing program development and oversite of youth programming. 
  • Educational or training experience with a diverse range of participants including, but not limited to school aged youth, special needs populations, adults, parents, and/or other professionals. 
  • Functional knowledge of online platforms including Zoom, Google Classroom, and Microsoft Teams
  • Excellent communication and written skills that demonstrates a commitment and respect towards equity and inclusion.
  • Excellent organizational skills, with an emphasis on multi-tasking, data collection, and record keeping.
  • Excellent computer and technology-based skills especially as they relate to data collection, database maintenance, and the use of emerging technologies for educational activities. 
  • Ability to establish and maintain rapport with community professionals, agency staff, parents, as well as teenagers/young people. 
  • Team centered leadership style focused on discovering innovative ways to align department goals with the organization’s mission.
  • Must be able to work as part of a team or independently to prioritize projects and meet multiple deadlines on time.

Working Conditions: 

The schedule is 10 am – 6 pm, with lunch break from 12 pm – 1 pm, from Monday to Friday. The position is based in the office. Occasional weekend and late-night hours are required for community outreach family enagagement, civics and mutual aid events.


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