PATH, Inc. is accepting applications for open full-time positions.
Immediate interviews available

Open Positions

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  • OJJ Grant Programming Frontline Staff (See Below)
 Frontline staff positions available within PATH’s Office of Juvenile Justice Grants Programming. 
If you have the desire to make a positive impact in the lives of youth this position is for YOU! We are seeking two individuals who are interested in facilitating risk prevention education and social emotional learning lessons with middle school and high school youth in the urban communities of Lake County, IN. 
 
The right people for these positions will have a desire to facilitate classroom programming, mentor and serve as a role model/coach for youth in urban communities with a high potential for being involved in risky behaviors including potential drug use or influence and gang involvement.  We are seeking to fill both 2 full time and  2 part time positions. 
 
Full-time position: 32-40 hours weekly (no weekends, some evening hours may be required)
Part-time positions: 12-15 hours weekly (mostly afternoon/evening hours)
Hourly rate: $15 – $20 dependent on experience and availability

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For more information and to schedule an interview, please send a resume with a letter of interest to: Donna Golob, CEO  (Donna@PositiveTeenHealth.org).

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Please submit completed applications to: info@positiveteenhealth.org

Opportunities to Make a Difference

PATH, Inc. is a 501c3 nonprofit organization providing educational services to schools throughout Northwest Indiana. A Positive Approach to Teen Health’s (PATH) mission is to equip, empower and encourage teens to make healthy choices through life skills, relationship and character building education. And with programs for youth across northwest Indiana, PATH offers every teen we serve a chance to do something amazing.

Interested in working for one of the finest youth-development organizations in northwest Indiana?
At PATH, our employees are our greatest resource and they play a key role in our success. Because we understand everyone is different, and your health, well-being and family matter most, PATH focuses on teamwork, community and balance for all our employees.

Equal Employment Opportunity

PATH, Inc. is committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity.  The organization will not discriminate against employees or applicants for employment on any legally recognized basis including, but not limited to, veteran status, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, physical or mental disability, age, or any other protected group status as defined by law.

Balance

At PATH, we understand that the passion you bring to work extends to your personal life and we are committed to enabling a healthy balance between work and your personal life.

Teamwork

Teamwork, long-lasting relationships and pride. PATH is a place where collaboration is crucial, the atmosphere is congenial and the potential to develop your professional network and foster strong relationships is real. We welcome new employees and are invested in helping them find their place. 

Community

Where possible, we seek to engage employee volunteers in the education activities we support. Whether it is being a volunteer mentor or teaching a group of students about their value and purpose, our community partners benefit from the expertise and compassion of our employees – and their enthusiasm for giving back.

​Candidates should have a heart and passion to make a positive impact in the lives of today’s youth. Experience working with youth preferred but not required.  PATH provides all necessary training. PATH prides itself on the quality of its employees and as such, candidates who receive a job offer will be required to successfully pass a drug/toxins test and a background check.