Wednesday, May 11, 2016

This is a great organization and a great job: Executive Director, Learning Together
Learning Together seeks a visionary, entrepreneurial leader and experienced manager with a passion for educating children 18 months to 5 years in one of the state’s premiere inclusive developmental day programs, and children birth to 8 years in the community-based Child Mental Health Initiative. The Executive Director must excel at building strong alliances with the local school system, county government and other nonprofits, raise the profile of Learning Together in the community and have a proven history of raising philanthropic support from a variety of sources; all in the service of ensuring that the children it serves reach their full potential and are well-prepared for future learning. Here is more information about the position.


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