Program Associate, PIVOT Program - Georgetown University McDonough School of Business
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Program Associate - PIVOT Program, McDonough School of Business
The Program Associate will be a part of the Georgetown Pivot Program leadership team. The Pivot Program is a 10-month, non-degree custom program in business and entrepreneurship, specifically for formerly incarcerated individuals (known as Pivot Fellows), offered by Georgetown in partnership with the DC Dept of Employment Services. The Pivot Program combines classroom training with subsidized internship placements in local businesses and is designed to help participants obtain sustainable permanent employment, either inside these organizations or in business enterprises of their own.
The Program Associate will report to the Director of Program Management and work closely with the Pivot Program Manager, as well as the entire Pivot leadership team. The candidate will help with recruitment and admissions, processing bi-weekly payroll for Pivot Fellows, and the day-to-day operations of the program. The Program Associate would also engage with the Pivot alumni population and coordinate opportunities for collaboration and a sense of community amongst the current and previous cohorts. The Program Associate will help with the behind-the-scenes coordination as well as some in-person/virtual classroom management. The Program Associate will maintain the Pivot Program's Resources database and engage with local providers and vendors of services related to our Fellows. In this role, the Program Associate will have responsibilities including:
preparing programming materials for Pivot Fellows,
maintaining the Pivot Program databases,
leading smaller projects and initiatives (such as alumni engagement),
assisting in the daily management of the program, and
providing administrative support to Pivot faculty and staff.
Requirements & Qualifications
High School Diploma required
At least one year of business experience in program or event management
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