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The CLASS Agency is a non-profit, 501© 3-tax exempt and CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) Accredited organization.  The agency’s administrative offices are located at 17405 Lahser Street in Detroit, Michigan (in the Artist Village northwest community).




The Project Coordinator position is full-time and will report to the Coalition Program Director.
The position will work to assist the director with administering and coordinating the activities
established by the ACTION coalition as they pertain to the respective grant goals. This position is
responsible for developing and implementing data collection methods and tools to measure the
coalition activities and underage drinking and youth substance use projects.



Responsible for all administrative logistics of a program/special events/forum/summit; Manages
office/department and/or implements events or conference or other symposia. Serves as principal
administrative contact and liaison for internal and external department or program constituencies.
Works independently with minimal supervision in a work environment of multiple and conflicting
priorities; anticipates and resolves problems and updates supervisor on status of projects. May oversee work of support staff, students, casuals and temps.






The Life Skills Facilitator is responsible for preparing and delivering CLASS Agency Botvin Life Skills core programming (including health, wellness & sexuality, media literacy, economic literacy, and college and career planning), mentoring, and activities for middle and high school youth. This individual will also have a pivotal role in being a role model/mentor to youth, promoting their well-being, development, confidence, and success; motivating and inspiring youth to be active participants in program activities, promoting their long-term involvement and providing evaluation and feedback to ensure our programs stay relevant to all youth.





Under the direction of the Project Director, this position supports the mission of the organization by advising on various ACTION Coalition and community initiatives from the perspective of young people between the ages of 17 and 25, who have lived in the County 5+ years. Knowledge, experience or a commitment to cultural diversity and inclusion of all people in our society is required. Position requires strong organizational and communication skills and an ability to

multi-task. Basic computer skills, such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Google
Docs are required. Advanced social media skills preferred.