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Partner Agency Opportunities
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The Manager of Action Networks and Coalitions position will help strengthen, expand, and sustain the partnership’s work through: assisting with targeted Community Coalition and Leadership Development efforts and providing lead support with existing Action Networks. The position will also lead the implementation of the Beyond High School Action Network. The position will have a large focus on implementing leadership development opportunities identified in community challenge grants.
The partnership is an exciting new initiative that seeks to reduce poverty by addressing problems in health, housing, job creation and training, education, transportation and hunger/food insecurity. The community engagement associate will work closely with the director in coordinating the poverty fight among those of low income, and in raising public awareness of the fight in the greater community and encouraging its participation. The ideal candidate will already have relationships with communities in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County affected by poverty.
The Forsyth Promise serves as a catalyst for working together across sectors to support the success of every child from cradle to career through the development and alignment of community resources.
To achieve this goal, the Partnership Director must manage a governance structure that includes key local leaders from across sectors, while ensuring action plans are developed and implemented around the core strategies through the Action Networks. This includes managing volunteers and partners to align their work to the goals of the Promise when there may not be a clear self-interest in doing so beyond improving long-term outcomes for children and the community.