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The Parents as Teacher (PAT) Parent Educator contributes to the achievement of United Way of El Paso County's (UWEPC) mission, vision, and Education Community Impact goals by addressing a key strategy: family home visitation programs. The PAT Parent Educator's responsibility is to successfully deliver the Parents as Teachers program, an evidence-based early childhood home visitation framework that builds strong communities, thriving families and children who are healthy, safe and ready to learn.
|Interested parties should email a resume and cover letter to Saadia Bookhardt-Smith.|
The Development Director leads the strategic and tactical efforts of the organization's traditional and non-traditional resource fundraising efforts. The Development Director's responsibility is to create expanded revenue streams in support of a strategic plan for sustainability and growth: growth in revenue, growth in donor relationships, growth in new partners and growth in staff.
Interested parties should submit cover letter and resume to Nina Siros.
The AmeriCorps Parents as Teachers (PAT) program is a free, evidenced-based home visitation program offered to El Paso families who are expecting a child and/or families who have at least one child who has not yet entered kindergarten. AmeriCorps members become certified Parent Educators through the Parents as Teachers program and provide PAT services to deserving families in the community.