Baton Rouge Team
Partner Organizations and Position Descriptions
Knock Knock Children’s Museum is a community spark for engaging, playful learning experiences that inspire and support lifelong learning.Knock Knock Children’s Museum is expertly designed to provide learning zones (exhibits) and programs to stimulate informal learning experiences for young children. Knock Knock Children’s Museum is under construction in City-Brooks Community Park on Dalrymple Drive in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and will serve the families of the Capital Region.
Outreach and Community Awareness Coordinator (filled)
The Mayor-President is the Chief Executive Officer of the city and parish. Through partnering with LA Delta Service Corps, the AmeriCorps member will help create and implement a citywide high-impact service plan that will engage citizens in a multi-year effort to address pressing city needs through impact volunteerism. The high-impact service plan will focus on "impact volunteering"—volunteer strategies that target community needs, use best practices, and set clear outcomes to measure progress.
Service Planning and Implementation Coordinator (filled)
Front Yard Bikes is a community bike shop that focuses on teaching participants of all ages how to fix and maintain bikes. We teach and develop skills in mathematics, physics and mechanics, while promoting incivility, mentorship, recreation and academic achievement. We offer youth in the community a safe, free after-school program.
Volunteer Coordinator (filled)
The Baton Rouge Youth Coalition prepares high-achieving, under-resourced high school students to enter, excel in, and graduate from college so they can become full participants in society.
Academic Success Coordinator (filled)
College Success Coordinator (filled)
Operations and Recruitment Coordinator (filled)
Urban Restoration Enhancement Restoration Corporation (UREC) transforms communities by investing in people and restoring neighborhoods. Our core initiatives in the areas of Affordable Housing, Human Development, and Advocacy & Research center on providing high quality social, economic and residential opportunities to low to moderate income families in the Greater Baton Rouge region.
Program Development Coordinator
As of January 1, 2013, Youth Oasis is one of only two emergency Children’s Shelters left in the state of Louisiana that houses children in the custody of the Louisiana Department of Child and Family Services (DCFS).