West Alabama Nonprofit Job Board

Please DO NOT CALL United Way regarding job listings. These are individually posted by nonprofits. Please follow the instructions to apply in each of the job descriptions.

Employment Specialist

Posted 7.5.2022

 

The Arc of Tuscaloosa County

Employment Specialist

Purpose of Position: Coordinate meetings and establish assessment sites to provide a Person-Centered Planning team for consumer services. To provide assistance in obtaining gainful employment through job development and partnership with local employers. To provide on-site training that will effectively enable consumers to work independently in competitive employment in the community.

Qualifications: Must have past experience in a responsible position requiring the use of interpersonal skills and working as a team member.  Must have two years experience in a training or supervisory capacity.  Must have a high school diploma, a valid Alabama driver license, and a good driving record.  Must maintain personal vehicle insurance of $100,000 personal liability and $50,000 property liability.

Competencies: Must have good communication and observation skills.  Must have the ability to use consistent, effective reinforcement methods and positive modeling techniques to influence consumer behavior and performance.  Must have the ability to record data, relate to consumers as well as employers and other employees, and be able to respond constructively to the demands of the job placement.  Must be able to enter data into a computer.  Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel preferred.  May have to do moderate lifting. 

Hours: Typical 8:00 am to 4:00 pm daily M-F. However, must be flexible in schedule to work nights and weekends as determined by the job placement and approved by the program coordinator

To apply: Complete an application online at thearcoftuscaloosa.org Pick up an application at 1330 University Blvd. East, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404. Call The Arc of Tuscaloosa County at 205.556.4900.

 

 

 

Life Skills Coach/Driver

Posted 7.5.2022

 

The Arc of Tuscaloosa County

Life Skills Coach/Driver

Purpose:  We are seeking a full-time permanent person for this position.  He/she will provide direct training and assistance to consumers who attend the program that will enable them to achieve maximum independence.  This person will also drive a regular route or substitute for a regular driver in their absence. 

Qualifications:  Must be 25 years of age, have a high school diploma or GED, a valid Alabama driver’s license and a good driving record.  One year experience working with adults with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities preferred.  Must be able to do moderate lifting.  Ability to maintain confidentiality of any information relating to consumers, especially all protected health information (PHI), ability to ensure the security of consumers’ PHI.  Must be a team player.

To apply: Complete an application online at thearcoftuscaloosa.org Pick up an application at 1330 University Blvd. East, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404. Call The Arc of Tuscaloosa County at 205.556.4900.

 

 

 

Part-Time Office Manager

Posted 10.19.2022

 

Big Brothers Big Sisters

Part-Time Office Manager

2721 6th Street

Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401

 

 

 

Big Brothers Big Sisters is a non-profit organization looking for a Part-Time Office Manager who is an organized, motivated, and detail-oriented multi-tasker to join our administrative team. This individual will provide high-level administrative support to the Executive Director, assist VP of Programs, and manage the general administration of the BBBS staff to ensure smooth and efficient day-to-day operations of the office.

Job requirements - an Associate's Degree or higher, proficiency in Microsoft Office, hands-on experience with office machines and computers, excellent written and verbal communication skills, and attention to detail.

 

 

If interested, please e-mail a resume to:  danielle@bbbswestal.org 

Executive Director

Posted 11.14.2022

 

Tuscaloosa County Park and Recreation Authority

Executive Director

 

 

Position Summary

The Executive Director and CEO of the Tuscaloosa County Park & Recreation Authority serves as the chief administrative officer and reports to the PARA Board. The Executive Director is responsible for implementing policies and programs as they are adopted by the Board and managing and sustaining relationships with stakeholders throughout the county. The Executive Director is also expected to collaborate with key community organizations for the purpose of enhancing community opportunities in the areas of economic development, strategic planning, project management, events, and advocacy. The Executive Director will also be responsible for day-to-day management of the organization’s staff, which includes oversight of hiring and other personnel decisions as well as motivating the staff to achieve Authority goals and objectives. Additionally, the ED/CEO is also responsible for making recommendations to the PARA Board concerning operational needs, budgeting, planning, development of programs and facilities, and overseeing the implementation of recreation, arts, and park services and maintenance. Additionally, he/she also serves as the Secretary of the PARA Board.

If interested, apply online at : PARA Employment

Greensboro Site Director

Posted 11.17.2022

 

Project Horseshoe Farm

Site Director

 

 

Location: Greensboro, AL

Start date: When position filled

About the organization: Project Horseshoe Farm is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that works in partnership with local elementary schools, health clinics, community centers, and nursing homes/supported housing programs to extend individualized relationship-based volunteer service to help seniors, adults living with mental illness, and children. Our approach includes an educational grant supported “gap year” Service Fellowship for top recent college graduates from across the country. We were founded in 2007 with our first site in Greensboro, Alabama and have added sites in Marion, Alabama (2018) and Pomona, California (2020).  Our mission is to work with and build on the strengths of local communities, improve the health and quality of life of our vulnerable neighbors, and prepare citizen service leaders for tomorrow’s communities.

Organization Recognition and Awards:

  • Project Horseshoe Farm awarded the “Lou Wooster Public Health Hero Award” by the University of Alabama, Birmingham School of Public Health, 2020.
  • Project Horseshoe Farm selected as “Exemplary Community Partnership” by Auburn University Carnegie Community Engagement Initiative, 2019.
  • Project Horseshoe Farm cited in Appalachian Regional Commission/Robert Wood Johnson Foundation report, “Creating a Culture of Health in Appalachia,” (https://healthinappalachia.org/bright-spots/case-studies/hale-county-al/), 2018.
  • Project Horseshoe Farm selected as “Outstanding Community Partner Initiated Engagement Effort,” by the University of Alabama Center for Community Based Partnerships, 2014.

Summary Description: Site Directors are responsible for leading and teaching a team of Fellows (recent college graduates), providing direct service as a way of modeling and leading the team of Fellows, building and maintaining relationships with healthcare, education, and community organizations, and managing all programmatic and administrative operations for the local site. We are looking for someone who is service oriented, hard-working, mature, resilient, enjoys teaching and working with top recent college graduates, enjoys building relationships with people in a local community, and is enthusiastic about working for a mission and values driven organization.

Minimum qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Clinical and/or volunteer service oriented individual
  • Extensive experience working with people
  • Ability to lead and manage a team 
  • Strong interest in mentoring and teaching top recent college graduates
  • Enthusiasm for service to others
  • Enthusiasm around community engagement 
  • Strong organizational and time management skills

Desirable qualifications:

  • Master’s degree (MPH, MSW, MSN, RN)
  • Clinical or service experience preferred (including volunteer service)
  • Previous experience in community-based healthcare
  • Previous leadership and management experience

Organizational values and culture: 

Horseshoe Farm believes that one of the greatest underappreciated strengths in nearly all local communities is the way neighbors quietly and without seeking recognition or attention care for and support their neighbors.  Horseshoe Farm is foundationally a volunteer service and educational organization.   Our organizational culture is built around neighbors helping neighbors through relationships, care, and service.  We believe that service grounded in building trusting, caring, and supportive relationships with individuals within and across our differences is Horseshoe Farm’s path towards making positive change in the lives of individuals, communities, and our Fellows.

**Though we believe that activism and advocacy are important means for achieving positive change, activism and advocacy are not part of our culture -- we do not engage in political advocacy or activism or take positions on political issues or other causes.

Please visit our website for more information.

Job type: Full-time

Applicants submit: Resume and cover letter to Sarah Hallmark at schallmark@gmail.com

Greensboro Site Director

Posted 11.17.2022

 

Project Horseshoe Farm

Site Director

 

 

Location: Greensboro, AL

Start date: When position filled

About the organization: Project Horseshoe Farm is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that works in partnership with local elementary schools, health clinics, community centers, and nursing homes/supported housing programs to extend individualized relationship-based volunteer service to help seniors, adults living with mental illness, and children. Our approach includes an educational grant supported “gap year” Service Fellowship for top recent college graduates from across the country. We were founded in 2007 with our first site in Greensboro, Alabama and have added sites in Marion, Alabama (2018) and Pomona, California (2020).  Our mission is to work with and build on the strengths of local communities, improve the health and quality of life of our vulnerable neighbors, and prepare citizen service leaders for tomorrow’s communities.

Organization Recognition and Awards:

  • Project Horseshoe Farm awarded the “Lou Wooster Public Health Hero Award” by the University of Alabama, Birmingham School of Public Health, 2020.
  • Project Horseshoe Farm selected as “Exemplary Community Partnership” by Auburn University Carnegie Community Engagement Initiative, 2019.
  • Project Horseshoe Farm cited in Appalachian Regional Commission/Robert Wood Johnson Foundation report, “Creating a Culture of Health in Appalachia,” (https://healthinappalachia.org/bright-spots/case-studies/hale-county-al/), 2018.
  • Project Horseshoe Farm selected as “Outstanding Community Partner Initiated Engagement Effort,” by the University of Alabama Center for Community Based Partnerships, 2014.

Summary Description: Site Directors are responsible for leading and teaching a team of Fellows (recent college graduates), providing direct service as a way of modeling and leading the team of Fellows, building and maintaining relationships with healthcare, education, and community organizations, and managing all programmatic and administrative operations for the local site. We are looking for someone who is service oriented, hard-working, mature, resilient, enjoys teaching and working with top recent college graduates, enjoys building relationships with people in a local community, and is enthusiastic about working for a mission and values driven organization.

Minimum qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Clinical and/or volunteer service oriented individual
  • Extensive experience working with people
  • Ability to lead and manage a team 
  • Strong interest in mentoring and teaching top recent college graduates
  • Enthusiasm for service to others
  • Enthusiasm around community engagement 
  • Strong organizational and time management skills

Desirable qualifications:

  • Master’s degree (MPH, MSW, MSN, RN)
  • Clinical or service experience preferred (including volunteer service)
  • Previous experience in community-based healthcare
  • Previous leadership and management experience

Organizational values and culture: 

Horseshoe Farm believes that one of the greatest underappreciated strengths in nearly all local communities is the way neighbors quietly and without seeking recognition or attention care for and support their neighbors.  Horseshoe Farm is foundationally a volunteer service and educational organization.   Our organizational culture is built around neighbors helping neighbors through relationships, care, and service.  We believe that service grounded in building trusting, caring, and supportive relationships with individuals within and across our differences is Horseshoe Farm’s path towards making positive change in the lives of individuals, communities, and our Fellows.

**Though we believe that activism and advocacy are important means for achieving positive change, activism and advocacy are not part of our culture -- we do not engage in political advocacy or activism or take positions on political issues or other causes.

Please visit our website for more information.

Job type: Full-time

Applicants submit: Resume and cover letter to Sarah Hallmark at schallmark@gmail.com

Executive Director (Hybrid work location)

Posted 7.15.2022

American Red Cross - Alabama/Mississippi Region

Job Description:

We are currently seeking a professional, innovative, and enthusiastic Executive Director for our Mississippi Alabama Region that will be based in Tuscaloosa, AL.

As one of the nation’s premier humanitarian organizations, the American Red Cross is dedicated to helping people in need throughout the United States and, in association with other Red Cross networks, throughout the world. We depend on the many generous contributions of time, blood, and money from the American public to support our lifesaving services and programs. If you share our passion for helping people, join us in this excellent career opportunity.
This position involves very little operational responsibility. It is an external-facing, community relations position. The successful candidate must be comfortable being the face of the Red Cross in their assigned territory.

This position is responsible for supporting region-led mission capacity building, informing the regional leadership team of community needs and perceptions, and strengthening relationships across all elements of the community by communicating the American Red Cross programs, capabilities and opportunities for community involvement. Reporting to the Regional Executive, or designated span break, the position serves as the primary liaison to the community supported by Community Volunteer Leaders and the Chapter Board. This position works alongside the volunteers and employees assigned to deliver mission fulfillment in the Region and Chapter and is a member of the Region Leadership Team.

This is accomplished through the following key areas of responsibility:

1. Serves as the Face of the Red Cross to maximize Red Cross presence and connectivity in the community and expand the community’s recognition of the breadth of the Red Cross contribution to the community.

2. Develops sustained community relationships to ensure capacity to achieve region mission goals.

3. Develops and manages the chapter board to effectively mobilize support and resources around the Red Cross mission.

4. Develops and manages community volunteer leaders to: serve as the Face of the Red Cross in assigned territories; to support mission capacity building by developing key community partnerships; and to recruit volunteers.

5. Influences to create an environment of teamwork and inclusion to effectively deliver against the Red Cross mission. Serves, when assigned, as a member of the Elected Officials Liaison Network supporting disaster responses across the nation.

QUALIFICATIONS
Education: Four year college degree (BS/BA) in Business, Communications, Marketing, Public Relations, Finance or non-profit administration or equivalent experience required. Prefer Master’s degree in the field of community organization, public or business administration or non-profit management.

Experience: Minimum of 7 years related experience. Demonstrated ability to exercise good and timely judgment in complex situations. Demonstrated ability for strong communications and influencing skills along with public speaking and writing. Demonstrated ability to develop and implement fundraising strategies. Demonstrated ability to build sustain community relationships/partnerships. Proven experience in influencing others and building relationships.

Management Experience: Minimum 5 years related management/supervisory experience. Experience working in an environment requiring flexibility and managing change. The successful candidate must have demonstrated ability with fundraising and revenue generation goals, including the ability to develop and implement fundraising strategies.

Other: Proficient with MS Office software, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Familiarity with federal state and local employment laws.

Travel: This position will cover several counties within the states of Alabama and Mississippi.

NOTE: In order to receive full consideration, please upload a formatted copy of your updated resume, when applying to this position

Apply now!  Joining our team will provide you with the opportunity to make a difference everyday.

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By joining the American Red Cross  you will touch millions of lives every year and experience the greatness of the human spirit at its best.  Are you ready to be part of  the world's largest humanitarian network?

The American Red Cross is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.

ILeap Assistant

Posted 9.28.2022

 

Arts 'n Autism

ILeap Assistant

2625 8th Street

Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401

 

Hours Monday-Thursday  8:30-1:30

Hourly Rate

 

  • Prepare the ILEAP classrooms each morning before students arrive with needed classroom supplies and daily centers.  Assist ILEAP Lead Teacher in setting up classroom following the day’s lesson plan.
  • Restock daily supplies as needed from backstock inventory.  Notify ILEAP Lead Teacher when daily supplies are running low so that an order can be placed.
  • Welcome students each morning and assist with putting away student backpacks, lunch boxes, and any other item sent by parents.  Check student backpacks each morning for notes, etc sent by parents.
  • Assist ILEAP Lead Teacher with the students as they progress from each learning activity to the next, snack/lunch time, rest and digest time, playground time, pack up for dismissal time, assist with dismissal of ILEAP students.  It is understood that the ILEAP Lead Teacher shall be the staff member who communicates directly with parents regarding their individual student’s day, particularly regarding any challenges the individual student may have had during their day.
  • Assist individual students with bathroom visits and diaper changes.  Prepare any soiled clothing to be sent home in students’ backpacks as necessary.
  • Daily cleaning of classroom and supplies.  Normal cleaning during and after class dismissal in addition to enhanced cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting during COVID-19 pandemic as outlined in the COVID-19 Policies and Procedures.
  • Prepare classroom after dismissal so that SPROUTS class is not competing with ILEAP needs.
  • Follow Arts ‘n Autism Confidentiality Contract ensuring that confidential information of any student or staff is protected.
  • Proper clocking in/out on the Staff Sign In/Out sheets.
  • Adhere to Arts ‘n Autism Attendance Policy, attached.

 

 

If interested, please e-mail a resume to:  artsnautism@gmail.com

Executive Director (Tuscaloosa Children's Theater)

Posted 10.24.2022

Full Time Executive Director
Tuscaloosa Children’s Theatre

601 Energy Center Blvd.

Northport, AL 35473


The Tuscaloosa Children’s Theatre (TCT) is searching for a full-time Executive Director. TCT, now in its 35th year, is a 501©3 located in Tuscaloosa/Northport, Alabama and operates with an annual budget of approximately $195,000. TCT is a largely volunteer organization that puts on three children’s stage productions each year, conducts summer camps, spring break workshops and after school programming. TCT maintains a rental building for offices, rehearsals and camps, an extensive costume warehouse, a website, social media accounts, and a separate set construction workshop. TCT recently developed a strategic plan and anticipates moving into The Saban Center in downtown Tuscaloosa after completion of that building.
The Executive Director (ED) will report to the Board of Directors (Board) and shall be responsible for the preparation and execution of fund raising, development and programming goals, as well as managing the day to day operation of the organization and the building at 601 Energy Blvd. in Northport, Alabama. This includes, but is not limited to outreach and the coordination and implementation of theatre management processes for productions and workshops by TCT, in conjunction with the Artistic Director (AD) and the Board. The ED will also be the main point person interacting with the Saban Center and will be responsible for other duties not listed that may arise. The TCT Board expects high ethical standards and personal integrity among all employees.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Revenue generation with an emphasis on grant writing and donor management
  • Liaison to the Saban Center to cultivate and maximize that relationship
  • Development and implementation of good theatre management practices
  • Strategic leadership to meet/exceed the mission and vision of TCT including implementation of the strategic plan developed by the Board
  • Budgeting and contract negotiations
  • Staff management - conduct interviews and recommend to the Board any new hire, requiring Board approval. Collaborate and communicate regularly with the Artistic Directo
  • Communicate effectively and maintain positive relationships with all members of the TCT Board, staff and the community

Desired Qualifications

  • Bachelors Degree required, Master's Degree (preferred) in theatre management and administration or equivalent
  • Administrative experience in a performing arts non-profit organization
  • Demonstrated skills in fund-raising, financial management, marketing and public relations, effective time management and organizational skills
  • Demonstrated success in grant writing
  • Effective computer skills in word processing, database, spreadsheet, social media, website management and budgeting. Quickbooks experience preferred, but not required
  • Ability to grow with the organization as it moves forward in its affiliation with The Saban Center

Summary
TCT is entering an exciting time with the anticipation of a permanent home at The Saban Center. The Executive Director will provide leadership for the mission and vision of TCT and its continued success. This position will provide a salary of $55,000 and a benefits package to be determined.
Interviews can begin on a rolling basis as applications are received. Candidates should submit a one-page cover letter, a resume and three references electronically to tuscjobtct@gmail.com by November 30, 2022.

Volunteer Coordinator

Posted 11.30.2022

 

Tuscaloosa Education Foundation

Reading Allies Volunteer Coordinator Job Description

The Volunteer Coordinator is the essential link between the community, participating school systems, and volunteers. The Volunteer Coordinator ensures trained volunteers are recruited and consistently present to staff all Reading Allies sessions, including finding and placing substitute volunteers. The Volunteer Coordinator also chairs the Reading Allies Community Committee.

The Volunteer Coordinator should have strong attention to detail and organizational skills, proactive approach to work, willingness to work outside of a typical 9 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. schedule (when necessary), flexibility, effective and clear communication skills, strong knowledge of Google Drive, social media, and other technology platforms, strong presentation skills, creative thinking, and passion for community-focused work.

The Volunteer Coordinator will be responsible for filling 600-700 volunteer spots during the 2022-2023 school year and 850-950 beginning in the 2023-2024 school year and beyond for the Tuscaloosa Education Foundation. Work is more time-intensive in the four weeks leading up to program start dates and the first three weeks of programming. After that, the time commitment steadies to a typical full-time job.

Estimated 4o hours per week with additional hours in the lead-up to and first weeks of programs beginning. Weekly time commitment steadies to full-time as the semester continues.

The salary range associated with this position will be $35,000 to $50,000. Interested candidates should submit a one-page cover letter, resume and 3 references electronically to Claire Stebbins at volunteer@tuscaloosaeducationfoundation.org.

 Responsibilities include:

Before Programming Begins

  • Work in close contact with the Reading Allies Liaisons to solidify dates, times, and locations of Reading Allies sessions at least two months before sessions begin.
  • Develop a program calendar to be sent to volunteers in confirmation emails.
    • Account for days the school is closed due to breaks, teacher in-service days, etc.
  • Organize and hold meetings with the Reading Allies Community Committee.
    • Community Committee is a group of diverse community leaders and stakeholders who help the Volunteer Coordinator to recruit and present Reading Allies to the Tuscaloosa community.
  • Engage local organizations such as civic groups, churches, colleges, businesses, etc. to recruit a broad pool of Reading Allies volunteers.
    • Representatives from each organization can assist in recruiting within their organizations and direct volunteers to the Volunteer Coordinator and/or Reading Allies Volunteer Sign-Up on the website.
  • As volunteer sign up online, place volunteers in assigned Reading Allies sessions using the ‘Master List’ template.
  • Confirm volunteer placements via email prior to volunteer training.
    • Attach corresponding program calendar to confirmation emails.
    • Confirmation emails are a continuous process beginning as soon as volunteers begin signing up online. The most intensive time of confirmation emails is the month leading up to programs beginning.
  • Match volunteers with students before sessions begin, taking note to match returning volunteers with their previous student if schedules and rosters allow.
  • Create master attendance spreadsheets, including volunteer and student names, using the ‘Attendance Spreadsheets’ template in Google Drive.
  • Share list of volunteer names with paired students, including the dates/times volunteers are assigned, with the corresponding Reading Allies Specialist.
  • Assign one Volunteer Facilitator per tutoring session. The Volunteer Facilitator will keep attendance using the shared attendance spreadsheets, greet volunteers, substitute in a pinch, and report to the Volunteer Coordinator.
    • Share Volunteer Facilitator training resources with selected Facilitators, potentially to include a Zoom call to go over specific needs of the Volunteer Coordinator.
  • Communicate with volunteers when and where training will be held.
  • Track and ensure volunteers have completed the mandatory Reading Allies training. Follow-up with any volunteers who did not attend training and send make-up training videos and questionnaires.
  • Ensure volunteers have filled out necessary background checks, child safety training, etc. that a school system may require.
    • *Requirements differ depending on the school system.*
  • Attend Reading Allies Steering Committee meetings as necessary.

During Programming Weeks

  • Schedule and send reminders of sessions via text and email to volunteers 24 hours before they are scheduled to volunteer.
  • Schedule and send an additional reminder text an hour before sessions are to begin.
  • Track volunteer attendance to ensure consistency and continuity of programming.
    • The Volunteer Facilitator reports attendance to the Volunteer Coordinator using Google Drive attendance spreadsheets.
  • Reach out to absent volunteers via text and/or email to confirm their absence and if they plan to attend going forward.
  • Ensure that trained substitutes are in place when an assigned volunteer tutor is absent for a session or chooses to no longer volunteer.
    • Record subs in attendance spreadsheets.
  • Make regular updates in attendance spreadsheets to reflect new volunteers, substitute changes, student changes, etc.
  • Communicate regularly with Reading Allies Specialists and Liaisons to ensure program consistency and troubleshoot.
  • Communicate with Facilitators regarding substitutes for the session, last-minute cancellations, adjustments to be made, etc.
  • Attend Reading Allies sessions frequently to ensure volunteer consistency and positive student outcomes.
  • Report any inconsistencies and/or challenges with a specific school to the corresponding Reading Allies Liaison.
  • As volunteers continue to sign up online, place volunteers in assigned Reading Allies sessions using the ‘Master List’ template.
  • Confirm volunteer placements via email, including training information.
    • Attach corresponding program calendar to confirmation emails.

 

After Programming Ends

  • Meet with the Reading Allies Liaisons and Specialists, if needed, and other necessary stakeholders to discuss what was successful for that semester and/or where improvements can be made.
  • Create an overall report on volunteer attendance and numbers for the semester.
  • Send an email, text, and/or note to volunteers to thank them for their time and effort in the semester. Include information to sign up for next semester, if available.
  • While volunteers are not allowed to have specific student data, if the School System reports that x% of students met grade level expectations, pass along broad growth information to volunteers.
  • Begin duties assigned in ‘Before Programming Begins’ section.

 

Other Duties

  • Public speaking and presentations to organizations and groups interested in learning more about Reading Allies and how to volunteer.
  • Attend scheduled meetings of the Tuscaloosa Education Foundation Reading Allies Steering Committee.
  • Assist Tuscaloosa Education Foundation Executive Director with Reading Allies reports and funding requests as needed.

 

Contact: Terri Boman tboman@tuscaloosaeducationfoundation.org

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