What We’re Doing
The CORRAL Riding Academy is a faith-based nonprofit operating out of Cary, North Carolina. We pair at-risk girls middle & high schoolers with rescued horses to promote lasting life change. CORRAL is intended as a long-term intervention for these girls, requiring a minimum of one year’s commitment from each participant. CORRAL’s program provides intensely personal and high contact programming that includes only the uppermost standards of literacy and academic tutoring, vocational training, and equine assisted therapy programs, as well as individual and group mental health sessions. These efforts considerably reduce recidivism and risky behaviors among young women in our county, creating a future of strong, independent individuals.
How We’re Doing It
Being part of the CORRAL team means being ready to work hard and work joyfully towards this mission. We take our jobs seriously...but try not to take ourselves too seriously. Our team is fun, collaborative, and filled with supportive people (and their dogs). We have chocolate on Fridays and coffee on Mondays. When things get crazy, we’re all hands on deck. When things slow down, we rest well.
The Education Manager role at CORRAL Riding Academy is a key component to the girls’ success. This person is crucial to equip the girls with the appropriate life skills and career tools that they need to begin and continue on the right track. This position is Full Time (Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 11a-7p, Friday: 9a - 5p, Saturday 8:30 a.m. - 5p).
To apply for this position, please review the full position below and send your resume and cover letter to Camille Brown, Program Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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