Current Opportunities

Health Educator

Job Title: Health Educator

Department: Community Outreach

Reports To: Director of Youth Programs

FLSA Status: Part-Time – Nonexempt, 20+ hours per week 



The Community College Foundation is a learning organization that strives to promote the development of its programs and people. The Health Educator will be part of the Community Outreach team and interact within a diversified staff as part of our Healthy Relationships Program. The ideal candidate must have 2 years’ experience working with underserved youth and possess a great attitude. Comfort with LGBTQIA youth and trauma informed engagement, as well as the ability to connect to a diverse population are a plus. As part of the Community College Foundation team, this individual must show flexibility and willingness to promote the development of its programs and people, show a willingness to participate in creating an interdisciplinary environment and support a teamwork environment. Under the direction of the Program Director, the Health Educator will perform the following duties:


Essential Responsibilities

  • Contact youth via phone, letter or email to schedule class attendance

  • Facilitate evidence-based program activities using approved curriculum

  • Conduct community presentations, outreach and education

  • Conduct screening and risk assessment for program participants

  • Make referrals as appropriate to health services and other supportive services

  • Plan, organize, and motivate youth to attend events

  • Outreach to youth (ages 15 to 19) via phone calls, mailings and face-to-face conversation in order to inspire, motivate and invite them to participate in the program

  • Administer pre/post questionnaire at baseline and completion of the program

  • Conduct and implement evidence-based program with fidelity

  • Develop, prepare, and present program information, including awareness for the program, evaluation findings, etc. to community stakeholders

  • Review and enhance evidence-based program, maintaining fidelity to design  Develop, foster, and maintain ongoing relationships with community-based organizations

  • Participate in all required meetings, trainings, workshops, and events as assigned  Collect data, analyze data, and prepare reports and participate in evaluation activities

Essential Knowledge and Abilities

  • Strong interpersonal skills and comfortable working with groups of foster and probation youth

  • Self-motivated and disciplined in an independent working setting and within a team environment

  • Ability to adapt to a dynamic and changing environment

  • Ability to keep a high standard of confidentiality

  • Excellent organizational, verbal and written communication skills

  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office programs

Essential Qualifications

  • 2 years’ experience with at-risk youth

  • Experience in conducting presentations, delivering an evidence-based program

  • Enthusiasm and commitment to work with youth

  • Have and maintain a valid driver’s license, clean driving record, dependable transportation with auto insurance

  • Ability to sign and adhere to a Confidentiality Statement and obtain Criminal Justice Clearance

  • Ability to pass pre-employment toxicology testing

  • Ability to work weekends and evenings

  • Ability to travel on a regular basis

Essential Education

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university, with an academic concentration in education, psychology, sociology, counseling, child development, public administration or a closely related field.

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The Community

College Foundation

The mission of The Community College Foundation is to be the provider of choice to improve the Quality of Life for at-risk and underserved populations through direct services and strategic partnerships. For over 30 years, The Community College Foundation (TCCF) has developed and implemented diverse programs serving education and communities across the United States.

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