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Program Manager

Program Mission/Overview

The Centre for Girls is an enrichment and education center focused on the needs of Tampa Bay's girls, ages 5-14, and their families.  The Centre for Girls provides innovative programming, including arts (multi-media) integrated enrichment, social & emotional wellness classes, healthy living skills, technology training and much more. All of which empower girls by teaching positive self-expression.

Position Description/Overview:

The Program Manager is a Full-Time position which reports directly to the Director of The Centre for Girls and provides overall management of Middle-School Programming.  This programming includes, but is not limited to: STEAM based curriculum and all Arts Integrated Programming (including visual and performing arts).

Position Responsibilities:

The Program Manager’s duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Planning, developing, and managing all aspects of the Middle School student programming.  This includes arrangement for all education classes and workshops, performances and exhibitions. Actual implementation of some programming may also be necessary.


  • Coordinate and schedule artists and vendors to provide teaching, training, services and resources to best meet the needs of program participants.


  • Market, promote and recruit potential program participants and volunteers in the community (via phone/email/face-to-face meetings).


  • Works closely with schools and other partner agencies-relevant to the Centre for Girls programming and mission. Establishes meaningful connections by building, cultivating, and maintaining positive, productive relationships.


  • Train, supervise and assist program staff/partners/interns/volunteers and perform other related administrative duties.


  • Manages the CATS (Children’s Board Analytical Tracking System) data program.


  • Some weekend work may be required


  • Other duties as assigned


Position Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent


  • 3-5 years of experience in Arts and/or Community based programming with the ability to teach and train.


  • Effective oral and written communication


  • Proficient in Microsoft Suite applications (MS Word, MS Office, MS Excel, etc.)


  • Extensive Civic contacts and resources


  • Grant writing experience helpful


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