EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIESThe Governor’s Prevention Partnership is always looking for qualified and committed individuals to help fulfill our mission to equip, empower and connect organizations, communities and families to prevent substance abuse, underage drinking and violence and to promote positive outcomes for all young people in Connecticut. We invite you to review our job postings for any job you have the interest and qualifications to pursue.
Are you a talented, experienced non-profit Project Manager in a community- based setting? The Governor’s Prevention Partnership is seeking a Project Manager to join a team of passionate professionals. You will oversee The Partnership’s contract(s) with the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention to serve youth with effective mentoring services.
You will manage all aspects of fiduciary relationships with contracting agencies in developing, managing, and facilitating training and technical assistance, while also building relationships with local organizations providing services for the grant(s). You will spend up to 75% of the time in the field, on-site with local mentoring and prevention programs, to develop and strengthen program practices and to ensure that all deliverables and outcomes are met.
We believe in the power of young people. Young people are changemakers and one of our nation’s most precious resources.
With us, you will help combat the opioid epidemic and bring local prevention and youth mentoring opportunities to scale.
At The Partnership, you will have creative freedom, ample resources, and the support of an enthusiastic team. We will help you begin your prevention career while we make a significant difference in Connecticut communities.
Do you want to improve your skills, build a compelling portfolio, and create positive change in your community? The Governor’s Prevention Partnership is looking for a driven, creative, results-oriented video content creator to help take our team to the next level and make a difference in the lives of young people across Connecticut.