Youth Program Director jobs in Greenville, NC

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Youth Corrections Medical Director (Relocate to Denver, CO)
Colorado Department of Human Services - United States
The OCYF Medical Director will be responsible for overseeing medical care for youth in the child welfare and youth corrections systems....
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Sponsored by Colorado Department of Human Services - 8 days ago
Social Worker (Reserve)
U.S. Army 22,055 reviews - United States
Director, Family Advocacy Program, U.S. Director, Social Work Fellowship in Child and Family Practice Program....
Sponsored by U.S. Army - 19 days ago
Dean of Residential Life - Summer Academic Program
The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth - United States
Experience in residential life leadership, such as residential directors or student affairs directors. The *Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth...
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Sponsored by The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth - 26 days ago

Director of Education & Public Programs

GO-Science - Greenville, NC 27858
Director of Education & Public Programs. Responsible for developing, delivering, and assessing all youth programs; Tours and family programs;...
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Director of Education & Public Programs at Science Center /...

GO-Science - Greenville, NC 27858
Director of Education & Public Programs. Responsible for developing, delivering, and assessing all youth programs; Tours and family programs;...
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The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth identifies and develops the talents of the most advanced K-12 learners worldwide.