HIRING: Part-Time Trainer Orem OPEN POSITION – Foster Parents Article

Want to use your skills to help children? This is the job for you. Utah Foster Care (UFC), a non-profit child welfare agency, is seeking a Trainer for the Orem/Provo area, Utah. Location; Orem, UTHourly Rate: $16 to $18 DOEPosition Type: Part-Time 10 hours per weekPosition Closes: May 1, 2020 Job Description: Primary job duties include but are not limited to: Assist Regional Trainer with training potential foster/adoptive familiesData entryTraining class preparationJob qualifications and requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Human Sciences…

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HIRING: Volunteer Outreach Coordinator – OPEN POSITION – Foster Parents Article

Want to use your skills to help children? This is the job for you! To facilitate the continued development of a volunteer program at Utah Foster Care, including continuing existing duties and creating new volunteer opportunities where possible. Location; Murray, UTSalary: $14 – $16.50 per hour DOEPosition Type: Part-time 15-20 hours per weekPosition closes: March 31, 2020 Job Description: Primary job duties include but are not limited to: Follows up with new volunteer form inquiries (especially those with a specific…

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HIRING: Marketing Specialist | Utah Foster Care – Foster Parents Article

Want to use your skills to help children? This is the job for you! The Marketing Specialist is on the UFC Communications Team, working closely with the Communications Director and Director of Foster/Adoptive Parent Recruitment in developing key messaging. They help strategize, develop, and implement those messages through digital media and printed collateral. Having a passion for UFC’s mission and non-profit work is essential. Location; Murray, UTSalary: $39,000-45,000 DOEPosition Type: Full-Time, Benefited PositionPosition closes November 15, 2019 Job Description: Primary…

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Our Home Is Not Broken – Single Mom Unschooling – Single Mum, Parents Article

Since this topic is back in the news again, I thought I’d weigh in. When things go awry, people tend to point fingers somewhere. Often times families like mine get pointed at. My son lives with one parent (me) and hasn’t seen his other parent in seven years. Society would have me believe that this somehow means that our home is broken, and worse yet, that my son is “at risk.” Luckily I don’t believe this. One of the arguments…

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Did He Just Call ME Average? – Single Mum, Parents Article

by Evelyn Terry | May 16, 2017 | Lets Talk | Did he just call me regular?? Here is the latest video that journeys my road to full-time entrepreneurship! Find out what happened when a colleague called me ‘regular’ and why you should remove this term from YOUR vocabulary! As always, I love you all. Thanks for your DM’s, messages, inboxes and checking on me. The journey continues…. Be sure to subscribe for updates and exclusive prizes on…

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When Everything Falls Apart – Single Mom Unschooling – Single Mum, Parents Article

I almost had to enroll my son in school. To most people, that’s not a big deal, it’s the norm. For us it would’ve been devastating. B has never been to school and thrives with an unschooling environment. He’s free to choose how he spends his time and what he wants to learn. That freedom is something I always want for him. This summer was beyond challenging for me. My nanny job ended when the family moved, I tried to launch…

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