Foster Success supports more than 24,000 teens and young adults across the state of Indiana through programs, partnership, and advocacy.

Foster Success’s mission is to hear, empower, and support teens and young adults transitioning out of foster care on their journey to self-sufficiency.

We seek team members who embrace change and desire to make an impact through realizing our mission.

Assistant Director of Development

Salary: $55,000

As part of the Foster Success team, the Assistant Director of Development advances the organization’s mission by ensuring the organization achieves its plans for growth in alignment with its mission through its annual fund efforts. The Assistant Director of Development will have the primary responsibility of developing and executing plans for Foster Success’s annual giving program for unrestricted and restricted funds, including cultivation, solicitation and stewardship. This position is an integral member of the development & communications team contributing to successful results and attainment of annual and strategic goals.

Development & Communications oversees all fundraising initiatives, including events, grant writing, major gifts and annual giving, and all external and internal marketing and communications strategies including advertising, content creation, media relations, public affairs, social media and the website. 

The Assistant Director of Development reports to the Chief Development & Communications Officer. 

Program Coordinator – Youth Engagement

Salary: $40,000

As part of the Foster Success team, the Program Coordinator – Youth Engagement will advance the organization’s mission by assisting teens and young adults who have experienced foster care learn the skills needed to advocate for themselves and for the betterment of child welfare systems. The Coordinator will work with staff to assist in the overall coordination of services and opportunities in alignment of the organization’s mission and values of authentic youth engagement, building community, equitable practices that promote racial equity, diversity and inclusion, and strengths-based practice. A successful person in this role should be able to authentically engage youth in meetings, events, and other decision making opportunities. They are able to make meaningful connections with program participants  and encourage engagement/participation in future opportunities.  This position requires proficiency in organization, data collection/entry, calendar/schedule management, and an understanding of the Indiana Child Welfare System. 

The Coordinator reports to the Assistant Director of Youth Engagement. 

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