About the Role
Reporting to the Director of Curriculum & Programs, the Program Manager for Partnerships will primarily support the work of School and Healthcare Partnerships, and is responsible for the planning, execution, and evaluation of the programs within these two areas to ensure they align with the organization’s mission and objectives.
- Identify and establish partnerships with schools, school districts, caregivers, healthcare providers and other related stakeholders to promote My Digital TAT2’s programs and initiatives.
- Work with the leadership team to create and implement a Partnerships Communication Plan with annual growth goals to identify, cultivate, and steward school, healthcare, and other related partners.
Program Planning and Execution:
- Coordinate with My Digital TAT2’s internal team and external stakeholders to ensure the effective execution of programs, including development of a workflow that includes prompt communications with partners, proposal or MOU drafting, scheduling, logistics, and invoicing.
- Act as the primary point person for partnerships, checking in with partners regularly and addressing partner concerns.
- Collaborate with staff to create content for marketing materials, website updates, and social media platforms.
Monitoring and Evaluation:
- Develop and implement evaluation processes, and analyze data to assess partner satisfaction and impact of school-based and healthcare programs. Continuously identify areas for improvement and updating.
- Report back regularly on program progress, outcomes, and key learnings for My Digital TAT2’s leadership team.
- Maintain a working knowledge of developments and trends in digital technology, digital wellness, digital literacy, and technology-related challenges faced by young people.
- Act as primary distributor of donation acknowledgement letters and update Donation Log as needed.
- Support donor stewardship throughout the year, specifically during the Annual Appeal and special events.
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About the Company
Founded by a child psychologist and social worker, My Digital TAT2’s youth-informed curriculum empowers students, families, educators, and healthcare providers to understand technology and the impact of their online presence. Its mission is to facilitate community-wide conversations that inspire thoughtful and ethical online behavior and to help people think critically about their power and responsibility in a connected world.
My Digital TAT2’s work falls within three program areas: (1) School Partnerships; (2) Teen Empowerment; and (3) Healthcare Partnerships.