• UYRP Assistant Advocacy Counselor (ACC) Workforce & Career

    Under the general supervision of the WFCD Coordinator, the Assistant Advocacy Counselor (ACC ) will be responsible for assisting UYRP staff with the overall implementation of services. Will take the lead in collecting, reporting, document and maintaining data in required tracking systems. Will conduct intake, collect eligibility and other documentation. Assist with mentor recruitment, and will provide support as needed with all functions of the UYRP program. Provide support during the initial eligibility and intake process; implement program’s workforce development framework, and cultivating employment opportunities on behalf of the participants. Provide day-to-day case management support services to participants, coordinating participants’ services and activities, and engaging participants throughout the entirety of the program.

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  • UYRP Advocacy Counselor (AC)

    Under the general supervision of the WFCD Coordinator, the Advocacy Counselor (AC) will be responsible for recruiting and assessing participants, guiding the development of participants’ educational and career plans, referring clients for support services as needed, coordinating training with community colleges in demand occupations; Construction, Healthcare, Logistics, or Technology, etc. The AC will provide guidance and intentional direction to currently or previously justice involved young adults and or high school drop outs.The AC is responsible for promoting personal growth, independence, responsibility and accountability with the goal of the young adult achieving employment and self-sufficiency. The AC will provide access to financial education, coordinate mentoring, One Stop services, and monitoring progress, The AC will provide follow-up services. Working with the WFCD team, the AC will assist participants in rebuilding their lives by addressing factors that contribute to recidivism, homelessness, and or addiction, etc. The UYRP aims to serve 80 young adult offenders and or high school dropouts, ages 18 to 24, in high-poverty and high-crime communities.

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  • Substitute Assistant Teacher

    Substitute Teacher will supervise students and provide coverage in the classroom in the event that the regular teacher is unable to lead the class. Substitute Teachers will assist students with improving their Science, Technology, Engineering, Art/Agriculture and Math skills through project-based learning.

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  • Helping Entrepreneurs Reach Excellence (HERE) Business Advisor

    The ULOKC’s HERE Business Advisor fosters a strong climate for small business growth by providing in‐depth, confidential, no‐cost business counseling, training, resource, and referral services to underrepresented small businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area.

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