Fundraising Manager At Mentor Me India
The Fundraising Manager will report to the Executive Director (ED) and will play a crucial role in implementing MMI’s vision for growth, which is to not only increase the reach of its program but also increase the richness and depth of existing relationships. The manager will manage potential and existing donor relationships with corporate organisations, individuals and foundations and lead fundraising activities such as grant-writing, organising fundraisers and online crowd-funding campaigns.
Program Manager At Mentor Me India
The Program Manager (PM) will report to the Executive Director (ED) and the Managing Director (MD) who heads the board of directors. The PM, as a lead of the Program team will play a crucial role in ensuring the quality of the program is maintained as MMI scales to reach many more children across geographies ensuring each mentor-mentee pair is well supported individually and as a cohort. This includes managing a team of Program Coordinators and Senior Program Coordinators who oversee individual mentor-mentee pairs, overseeing the design and implementation of the program and impact evaluation, developing and updating MMI’s curriculum and building and maintaining relationships with local NGO/school partners.
Senior Recruitment and Operations Manager At Mentor Me India
The Senior Recruitment & Operations Manager (ROM) will report to the Executive Director (ED). The Sr. ROM will play a crucial role in operationalising MMI’s vision for growth, ensuring that the organisation’s systems and processes are poised to support the vision, and in both setting recruitment goals and strategies, and mobilising resources to meet them. This includes managing all aspects of the organisation’s mentor recruitment and day-to-day operations, including securing mentor partnerships, managing recruitment and outreach processes, strategic partnerships for expansion, finance, administration, legal and human resources.
Program Coordinator At Mentor Me India
Mentor Me India is looking for a Programme Coordinator for their "Take Charge" program. Take Charge is a one-to-one community-based mentoring model. The person will report to the Programme Manager who would be supervised by the Programme Director. Read more about the Take Charge program on www.takecharge.in/mentorship.
Corporate Partnerships Lead At Pi Jam Foundation
As the Corporate Partnerships Lead, you will be part of the larger leadership team of Pi Jam Foundation and will play a critical, high-impact role in shaping the overall strategy of the organisation.
Fundraising and Communications Associate At Rishi Valmiki Eco School
Rishi Valmiki Eco School (RVES) is a low-cost, private school for underprivileged children in Goregaon, with a focus on environment and nature-based learning. The school uses a high-quality curriculum, enhanced by environmental studies and nature field trips and events, in order to foster environmentally-conscious and self-aware students and provide opportunities to children from weaker financial backgrounds.
Programme Manager At Saturday Art Class
Saturday Art Class is a non-profit Education Organisation conducting a revolutionary program for school children from low income communities, which teaches a life-skills based curriculum, using Art as a medium to do so. The purpose of this role is to lead the Saturday Art Class Programme by effectively managing coaches, mentors and partner institute stakeholders. The role is responsible for ensuring that the programme is being delivered with high quality, and is expected to do so by displaying strong leadership, communication and people management skills.
Digital Content Creator At Tamarind Tree
Tamarind Tree is currently undertaking the huge task of digitising the NCERT content from Grades 1-8 which will be hosted on its LMS. This means we are producing new and contextual learning videos, audios and other interactive material. TT aims to build their own digital repository of learning material for their elementary level classes, to be open-source. We desire to be producers of knowledge and not consumers of it.