March 17, 2021








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The Children's Trust Announces
UM Team Coach Offering Monthly Parenting Programs *
UM Team COACH is now offering various Communities of Practice for Parenting Program providers! Join a community where members support one another, share best practices and deepen their knowledge. All of the following CoPs are appropriate for direct service providers and supervisors of Parenting programs and are currently being offered virtually.

Creating a Resource Network - In this CoP, we will share information, gather and develop resources, and identify how to share those resources with our community. Topics will vary. This CoP will be held on the first Tuesday of each month from 10-11 a.m. Click here to sign up!

Parent Stressors & Barriers - In this CoP, we will be identifying key stressors and barriers your families may currently be facing, as well as identifying and practicing strategies to solve these barriers. Topics will vary. This CoP will be held on the first Wednesday of each month from 11 a.m.-12 p.m. Click here to sign up!

Creating Support Networks & Community Outreach/Recruitment - In this CoP, we will work collaboratively to create networks of outreach and referrals across parenting providers in the community. You will have the opportunity to get to know other community providers, share information, and support one another. Virtual recruitment will be an ongoing topic. This CoP will be held on the first Thursday of each month from 10-11 a.m. Click here to sign up!

If you have any questions, please email link below:
Funds Available to Help Care for Kids with Special Disabilities at Home
Are you the parent or caregiver of a child with significant disabilities? Through a generous allocation from The Children’s Trust, The Advocacy Network on Disabilities has funds to pay for respite, in-home supports, and out-of-school programs.

Eligibility: These funds are for children and youth who have significant and multiple support needs such as activities of daily living (e.g. using the bathroom, eating, moving, or communicating); requiring medication administration or other assistance because of medical conditions; and/or exhibiting behavior that is aggressive or self-injurious. Other factors may include whether there is more than one child with a disability in the home, the age of the caregiver, and whether other supports are available. Each family will have the opportunity to discuss, with our Inclusion Coordinator, their individual needs.

For more information call Maggie Rivera at 786.365.2274.
Grant Opportunities Available Now
Help Me Grow: Request for Proposals (RFP)
To select one entity to implement the Help Me Grow Florida (HMGF) system model in Miami-Dade County for early identification of developmental and/or behavioral concerns in children ages birth through 8 years old, including linking families with community-based services and supports.
Response Deadline: March 22, 5 p.m.

Afterschool Meals Program Food Sponsor: Request for Qualifications (RFQ)
To select one entity as an approved Department of Health (DOH) Afterschool Meals Program (AMP) Food Sponsor in Miami-Dade County to provide daily snacks (during after-school hours), lunches (when programs operate during full days), suppers (for sites serving participants in need) and beverages for participating children in The Children’s Trust funded youth development (YD) programs.
Response Deadline: April 19, 5 p.m.

Early Childhood Community Research Demonstration Project Request for Proposals 
This solicitation will fund several projects focused on implementing and evaluating evidence-based or promising programs that support early childhood development within high-need communities in Miami-Dade County. Projects require an active partnership between a community-based organization and qualified research partner. Funds may be used for both high-quality program implementation and program evaluation and/or research that will help establish program effectiveness.

Applications due: May 4, by 5 p.m.

Click here to register for Bidders' Conference and Application Training.
Update the Children's Trust Logo
Providers using the Children's Trust Logo on any material must send that material for review and approval to communicationscompliance@thechildrenstrust.org. To download the current Trust logo, visit the Media Kit & Logos page on the Trust website:
The Advocacy Network on Disabilities Training Opportunities *
Tuesday, April 13, 2021 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
Navigating Community Resources – Unsure what’s available or where to find help for children with disabilities and their families? Join us for an introduction to the most helpful resources, and learn how to assist families navigate these systems of care.

Thursday, April 22, 1:30-4 p.m. *
An Administrator's Overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act: Are you an Administrator, site director, or the person responsible for your organization meeting its legal obligations under the ADA? Join us to be sure you are up to date on enrollment, eligibility, reasonable accommodations, policies and procedures, and more

To receive credit, participants must be present throughout the training with their cameras on, and achieve 80% on the learning assessment. Zoom access information provided upon registration.
Always available online:

  • Discovering Inclusion & Successful Inclusion of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder Part 1.

Is your program looking for coaching, technical assistance, or other help with inclusion? Contact your Inclusion Specialist. Not sure who it is? Contact Pat Donovan at pdonovan@advocacynetwork.org.

It is the policy of The Advocacy Network on Disabilities to comply with all of the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act. To request materials in an accessible format, sign language interpreters, and/or any accommodation to participate in Advocacy Network on Disabilities trainings, please contact Pat Donovan, 305.204.2644 (cell) or pdonovan@advocacynetwork.org at least one week in advance to initiate your request. TTY users may also call 711 (Florida Relay Service.)
Injury Prevention Trainings
Childhood injury prevention capacity-building efforts facilitated by the Public Health Trust's Injury Free Coalition for Kids of Miami are offered to all Trust-funded providers via Zoom. Visit The Children's Trust Academy for full descriptions, meeting info and registration information.

Home Safety Training & Education Thursday, March 18, 11 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
Home Safety Training & Education Friday, March 19, 1-2:15 p.m. (Spanish)
 
Poisoning Safety Training Tuesday, March 23, 11 a.m. -12:30 p.m.
Suicide Prevention Training Tuesday, March 30, 11 am-12:30 p.m.
Car Passenger Safety Tuesday, March 30, 1- 3 p.m.
Reading Reimagined Peer Learning at Project RISE
Are you wondering how to infuse diversity into your literacy? Join Project RISE, Reading Explorers and fellow YAS (K-5) providers for a one-hour, immersive and self-reflective exploration to diversify your on-site and virtual libraries. Let's talk and gain practical techniques that can positively impact your Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) goals and outcomes. To further enrich this session, please come ready to share a favorite book title that contributes to your DEI mission.

Session 1: Wednesday, April 14, 2021, 12-1 p.m.
Session 2: Wednesday, April 28, 2021, 12-1 p.m.

Please register for these sessions on Trust Academy to receive links to the Zoom sessions. Links will be sent out closer to the session dates.
*New* Applying Homework Assistance Strategies Course Available in Trust Academy
Would the children in your program rather do literally anything else instead of their homework? Project RISE has just launched a new course that will help you take your program's homework time from "no way" to "child's play!"

Youth Development direct service staff engage in a series of activities designed to encourage the practice of skills learned in the Introduction of Homework Assistance course. Participants will practice how to apply evidence-based strategies to solve common issues, such as children struggling with homework assignments, low motivation to complete homework, and helping staff managing homework time effectively.
Youth Enrichment Peer Learning Session
Some Youth Enrichment (YEN) Providers have expressed an interest in meeting on a monthly basis to share experiences and support one another. Project RISE will facilitate an information session in which YEN Providers can discuss the focus topics of the peer leaning group such as best practices, challenges they have overcome, and issues for which they are still finding solutions. The goal of this session is to decide as a group if an ongoing Peer Learning forum is needed and what the format will be. The session will take place via Zoom on Wednesday, March 24 from 11 a.m.-12 p.m.. If you are interested in participating, please register in Trust Academy.
Become a Foster Parent
Hundreds of kids and teens in Miami-Dade and Monroe counties are in need of safe, loving homes through no fault of their own due to abuse, neglect and/or abandonment. Citrus Family Care Network is looking for people who want to change the life of a child. Open your home and your heart, "Become a Foster Parent."

For more information call 1.855.786.KIDS (5437), or Ben Morales at 305.608.9640, or visit:
Inspiring Stories Welcomed!
Trust-funded programs and initiatives throughout the community have been doing inspiring, life-changing and heroic work to provide for the children and families of Miami-Dade during the coronavirus pandemic. Please continue the good work and make sure to share their stories social media while tagging us. Also, don't forget to email your stories and latest triumphs!
From Other Agencies
Early Learning Grants Available From Boeing *
Boeing aims to create a cradle-to-career pathway to strengthen and diversify the pipeline of skilled workers entering today’s labor market. Special emphasis on students of color and others from
communities underrepresented in STEM fields. Advance the 21st-century skills necessary to persist in and complete rigorous academic programs and gain family-wage employment.
Free Prevention Education Webinars from Kristi House *
Register today for free, live webinars to learn more about child abuse, trauma, and exploitation. These are the upcoming webinars:

  • Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children 101: March 19, May 27
  • What Every Adult Needs to Know About Child Sexual Abuse: March 26, May 13
  • Children with Problematic Sexual Behavior: April 8, June 8
  • Children and Traumatic Stress: April 22, June 1
  • Supporting Families through COVID-19 & Other Crises: May 7
  • Hurricanes: Supporting Families through Trauma: June 15
FREE Webinar to Connect with Nonprofits and Hear From The Miami Foundation President *
Connect with other nonprofit, small business and social entrepreneurship leaders to build community and collective impact, share experiences on the COVID-19 pandemic, and learn about resources to support your work. Rebecca Fishman Lipsey, President and CEO, The Miami Foundation will be speaking on March 19. This is part of a Zoom virtual webinar series presented by The Center or Social Change and will have guest speakers for future sessions announced soon. Registration is free and required to attend- looking forward to seeing you there.
Online Workshop to Learn How to Apply for Marketing Grants *
If you are hoping to change the world, you are going to need to get the word out. Join The Center for Social Change for a workshop to learn how to apply for grants to get much needed marketing funds.
Presenter: Lorinda Gonzalez of Grants, Ink. brings over 10 years of grant writing experience to the conversation. Her grant seeking efforts have led to over $14M in awarded funds from government, local and private funders. She has taught over 100 workshops and is continually seeking new opportunities to learn the latest trends in proposal development, which she openly shares with students and clients.

Price: $15, free for members.
Miami Music Project Hosting Town Hall on COVID-19 Vaccines for Families *
Miami Music Project is hosting a free Town Hall next week in partnership with FIU-RCMI about the COVID-19 Vaccine. The Town Hall will go into what vaccines are, how they are created, how they work, and how the COVID-19 vaccine will help our community move beyond the pandemic. This presentation is featuring FIU Medicine and Public Health professors, and is specifically designed for communities that have concerns about the currently available vaccine.
Grants Available for Cultural Institutions Affected by the Pandemic *
The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) will receive $135 million in supplemental funding to assist humanities organizations and other cultural institutions affected by the coronavirus pandemic as part of the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARP). NEH will distribute ARP relief funding through a competitive process to cultural organizations such as museums, libraries, historic sites, archives, and educational institutions, which continue to feel the dire effects of the pandemic. Budget shortfalls at all levels have compelled cultural institutions across the country to lay off and furlough staff, cancel programs, cut departments, close facilities, and tap institutional reserves.

In order to apply for a grant from NEH, eligible organizations must pre-register with SAM.gov and Grants.gov. As this registration process can take several weeks, organizations are strongly encouraged to start the registration process immediately to ensure they can apply. Step-by-step instructions on how to register are available on the Grants.gov website.
Advancing Gender Equity with Your Privilege
Learn how purpose-driven business leaders can model Women’s Rights Champions to embed DEI in their company cultures. For free tickets & more info click below.
Fill Out United Way of Miami-Dade's Pandemic Impact Survey
As we approach the 12-month mark of this prolonged crisis, we are assisting in sharing United Way of Miami-Dade’s Pandemic Impact Survey, open until March 26, 2021, to measure how Miami-Dade households have been affected by the pandemic and assess the financial and household burdens it has caused on our community’s families. The survey aims to collect responses from a wide range of households, income levels, as well as small business owners. Responses will provide critical insight about local challenges and identify ways to plan, coordinate and adapt services to support those in need, as well as assist in planning for future investments. Completing this survey should take about 10 minutes and is available in English, Spanish and soon Haitian Creole – select your language using the dropdown box at the top of the page. A full report will be published summer 2021.

Please take the survey now and share it with your family, friends and colleagues so they can also complete it.
School-Age Education Racial Equity Programming Request For Proposals
United Way of Miami-Dade is seeking to address access and opportunity barriers for Black, Indigenous, and Youth of Color (BIYOC) through racial equity programming. The grant recipient will utilize a minimum of two approaches that address racial inequities such as leadership development, community organizing, civic engagement and advocacy. Outcomes may include increased civic engagement, self-empowerment, building strong relationships, increased school engagement, conflict resolution, critical thinking and decision-making skills and activities that promote the reduction of racial inequities. Funding will be for a two-year period and will commence July 1, 2021. Services must begin by August 2021 and continue through June 30, 2023.

Funding will be $25,000 each year for a total award of $50,000. Completed applications should also be sent to velezm@unitedwaymiami.org . For detailed information, refer to the RFP for eligibility and programming requirements. If you have any questions, please email Shameka Jenkins at jenkinss@unitedwaymiami.org or Diana Santangelo at santangelod@unitedwaymiami.org. For more information and to apply, visit United Way Miami-Dade.

Application Deadline: Friday, April 2.
NAMI Miami Offers Free Virtual Mental Health Presentations for Students
Learn about the warning signs of mental health conditions, treatment, coping strategies, and local and national resources.

For more information call 786.775.1661, or email below:
Available Mental Health Services for Low-Income Families
The Institute for Child and Family Health (ICFH) provides mental health services including Individual/family therapy and psychiatry for children and adolescents in Miami-Dade County. The institute accepts most Medicaid HMO’s and has funding for children of low-income families who do not have insurance. ICFH also provides individual/family therapy and psychiatry services for adults who have Medicaid.

For more information call 305.274.317.
Career Opportunities
Social Media Specialist for The Children's Trust *
The Social Media Specialist is responsible for managing all social media accounts for The Children’s Trust and works with the communications team to coordinate social media with wider campaigns. Develops and implements the social media strategy, including marketing plans that primarily leverage social media outlets. A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected.

Responsible for development and maintenance of content that attracts attention, generates interest, and is easily shared with social networks. Establishes relationships with other members of the online community. May work with technical personnel in the development of tools that allow for easy integration with a social network.

Click below for complete job description and application instructions.
Stop Now & Plan (SNAP) Case Manager *
The Center For Family & Child Enrichment is looking for a case manager for its Stop Now And Plan (SNAP®) program, an evidence-based behavioral model that provides a framework for teaching children struggling with disruptive behavior issues, and their parents, effective emotional regulation, self-control and problem-solving skills. The primary goal of SNAP is to keep children in school and out of trouble by helping them make better choices “in the moment.”
Girl Power Job Openings *
Girl Power, a leader in providing safe spaces and trauma focused evidenced-based programs and services for at-promise girls is seeking two, part-time Program Instructors to successfully implement the goals, objectives and deliverables under OJJDP’s Preventing Sex Trafficking of Girls grant award for the Girls Intervention Program- Plus (GIPP). Each Program Instructor will conduct activities and provide services to at promise girls.
Available Positions at Belafonte Tacolcy Center *

  • Out of School Student Success Advocate - part-time position starting at $12 an hour working with grades K-5th. This position requires facilitating and instructing youth during out of school programs using evidence-based curriculums.
  • Out of School Site Coordinator - full time position with a starting salary of $32,200. The Site Coordinator will contribute to the development of a healthy, safe, and caring environment by implementing effective programs and intervention strategies.
Elementary School Principal
Just Kids Centers, Inc. is looking for principal for an elementary school. This person will oversee the day-to-day operations.

Requirements:
  • FBI/FDLE and Local Background Screening
  • CPR/First Aid Certified
  • Recent COVID-19 test
  • Excellent Communication skills; with supervisory experience, oral and written
  • Experience working with Special Needs students
  • Supervisory Experience 
  • Bilingual: English/Spanish
  • Accounting and budget knowledge
  • Highly effective organizational time
Available Positions at Girl Power Rocks Inc.
Program Instructor
Girl Power Rocks Inc. is looking for a program instructor who will conduct activities, provide services to middle school girls at Richmond Heights Middle School and work closely with fellow staff, volunteers, community partners and parents/guardians to deliver Girl Power’s mission. The program instructor will ensure that all classroom goals, objectives and outcomes are accomplished.
Mentoring Coordinator
Under the direct supervision of the Director of Programs, Mentoring Coordinator oversees the development and implementation of Girl Power’s Sister Circle Mentoring Program, which matches adult volunteer mentors.
Available Positions at the City of Hialeah Education and Community Services Dept.

  • Program Leaders - starting at $10.00 an hour working with students ages 5-18.
  • After-school Tutors - starting at $11.26 an hour working with students ages 12-15.
  • After-school Certified Teachers - starting at $29.00 an hour working with students ages 5-18.
  • Recreation Leader (Painting instructor) - starting at $10.00 an hour working with Senior population.
  • Literacy Assistant - starting at $11.26 an hour consisting of clerical and front desk work.
Teaching Artists Digital Media Arts
URGENT, Inc. seeks a dynamic content creator who loves teaching young people the skills of the profession. You will be a fit for this position if you are dedicated to: (1) the positive development of teens, (2) mentoring, (3) digital media arts, and (4) well versed in using a variety of creative tools, equipment, and technologies including Adobe Creative Cloud applications. To apply send cover letter and resume to email below.
Available Positions at The Center for Family & Child Enrichment

Licensed Clinical Therapist
The therapist will provide weekly individual and family therapy to clients of the Center For Family & Child Enrichment, using appropriate treatment modality. Conduct bio-psychosocial assessments of clients referred for therapy, ensuring that all appropriate assurances and authorizations are obtained. Develop and maintain appropriate treatment planning in conjunction with clients/families. In this position, the candidate must also adhere to all CQI standards as required under the Federally Qualified Health Center.

Dependency Case Manager Supervisor
To manage the daily operations of a dependency case management unit; supervise case management staff and support staff; coordinate service delivery to ensure that client needs and program goals are being met. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Master’s Degree in a human services related field from an accredited university and two years relevant experience working with children and families in the Child Welfare System. Possess a Florida Child Protection Certification.

Front/Back Office Assistant
This is a Front/Back Office support position whose key responsibility is to provide quality customer service to the children and families we serve, visitors and staff. This is a professional administrative position with the responsibility of performing complex clerical and administrative work. Medical/Behavioral Health knowledge & Billing & Coding experience required. A minimum of one to two years of secretarial training or work experience. Knowledge of EMR's.

Nurse Case Manager
The Nurse Case Manager provides expertise as an educator, consultant, and facilitator. The NCM provides quality patient care via the development, implementation and evaluation of individual patient care plans and patient education sessions. The NCM is a liaison between the multidisciplinary health care team, patient, and their families. Current State of Florida Licensed Practical Nurse. 3 years of experience as a Clinical Case Manager or Educator required.

Medical Assistant
The medical assistant (MA) functions under the guidance of the provider/health professional (physician, nurse practitioner, physician assistant, registered nurse or other) in providing professional medical services in the community health center setting. A High school diploma and Medical Assistant certification required. Ability to perform phlebotomy & administer injections with Peds & Adults. Assist with Front Office, scheduling patients, billing & coding.
Senior Program Manager for After-School Program 
Amigos for Kids is seeking a Senior Program Manager with the following skills and abilities:
  • Bilingual English/Spanish
  • Computer literacy
  • Experience working with children and families
  • Experience managing programs and working with funders/ donors
  • Strong administrative and supervisory skills
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills

Applicants with DCF Staff or Directors Credentials encouraged to apply and teaching experience is a plus. Teaching experience a plus.
Camp Art Instructor
The Greater Miami Youth Symphony of Dade County FL, Inc. is looking for a camp art instructor who will be reporting to the Executive Director. The Summer Camp Instructor is responsible for planning projects and activities for the campers. Also, in collaboration with the Camp Coordinator and other staff, potentially planning to bring in visual and performing local artists to enhance the lesson plan. Organizing the student art exhibitions that end each week of camp and provide direction for college internship day-to-day work.
Available Early Childhood Staff Position
A position is available in a Reggio-inspired early childhood program in Coral Gables! Margaux School at Temple Judea is hiring staff to assist with all age groups and support our COVID-19 protocols. Requires Level 2 Screening.
Program Manager for Outreach Team 
Florida International University Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine (HWCOM) is currently seeking a Program Manager to join a team of professionals. Desired Qualifications: Experience involving community outreach and a social work background preferred. Two years of relevant experience working with community organizations and under-served community members. Bilingual (Spanish/Creole) a plus. For more information or to apply, please click below: and reference JOB ID: 522891. This position is located in the Biscayne Bay Campus.
Counselor/Infant Mental Health Specialist- Teen Parent Program 
Florida State University’s Young Parents Project seeks a Master's degree social worker or counselor (MSW preferred) to be part of a home visiting team that provides trauma-informed, dyadic intervention to court-involved teen parents and their children in Miami-Dade & Broward counties. Flexible schedule, reliable transportation and Level 2 background check required.
Available Positions at Miami-Dade County Public Schools

  • Head Start Educator - Associates Degree in Early Childhood, CDA or equivalent in Pre-School
  • Part-time Center Director - Center Director credentials
  • Mental Health Consultant - Master's Degree in Social Work, LCSW, LHMC, LMFT or licenses psychologist
  • Staff Assistant - Bachelor's degree *
  • Community Liaison Specialist - High School degree, Bachelors preferred *
  • Head Start Assistant - CDA in Pre-School or equivalent
  • Early Head Start Assistant - CDA in Infant and Toddler

Click below to email resume:
Available Positions at Institute for Child and Family Health, Inc.

  • Developmental Specialist
  • Therapist
  • Mental Health Targeted Case Manager

For complete job listing, descriptions, requirements and to apply, visit CAREERBUILDER and CAREERROOKIE and/or e-mail resume and cover letter by clicking below.
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