1. Works with the Program Director and the Executive Director to plan and deliver Girls Inc. of Delaware (GIDE) programs and curricula to Latina girls.

  2. Assists in the identification of schools and community organizations to partner with to provide Girls Inc. programs to Latina girls. In this role, duties include:

    1. Developing community partnerships with appropriate organizations.

    2. Sharing information about the mission of GlDE, programs available for delivery, and outcomes that can be achieved over time.

    3. Participating in special events in targeted communities to raise awareness of the mission and programs of Girls Inc. and to establish the organization as a trusted resource for Latino parents.

  3. Provides direct instruction and mentoring services in accordance with the Girls Inc. model to Latina girls enrolled in programs in Delaware.

  4. Attends meetings of the Latina Initiative Advisory Council/Committee to report on programs, partnership development, and community outreach as well as to ensure that programs fulfill the goals and objectives established by the Council/Committee.

  5. Records, maintains and reports all program data as required by Girls Inc. of Delaware including:

  • Attendance records

  • Outcome data

  • Evaluation data required by the National office of Girls Inc.

  1. Assists in developing the annual Latina program budget.




  • Associates degree in Education or related field is required; Bachelor’s degree preferred

  • Bi-Lingual (Spanish/English) required

  • Strong communication and public speaking skills

  • Demonstrated interest in gender equity programs

  • Experience working with school-aged children/adolescents required.

  • Must be able to lift and move up to 45 lbs.

  • Must have a valid driver’s license.



Girls Incorporated of Delaware’s branch hours are 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday and limited hours on Fridays. However, the working hours for this position are based upon agency needs and will require evening and weekend work. A flexible schedule can be arranged to meet the agency’s needs as well as to ensure a proper work/life balance.



Submit a current resume and cover letter with salary/range requirement to:


Terra L. Harris, Executive Director Girls Inc. of Delaware

1501 N. Walnut Street Suite 100

Wilmington, DE 19801


Fax: 302-575-1045




The Latina Program Coordinator is required to meet the following employee standards specific to this position:

  • Have a valid driver’s license and liability insurance as required by the laws of the state of Delaware. Note: the organization reserves the right to review the employee’s driving records and may request proof of motor vehicle insurance.

  • Have access to a motor vehicle to travel to and from program sites and meetings as well as to complete other related job responsibilities.

  • Maintain a cell phone that can be used for Girls Inc. business.

  • Stay in regular contact with your supervisor.

  • Maintain all Girls Inc. issued equipment and materials in good condition.

  • Maintain a criminal record free of felonies, motor vehicle citations and/or accidents, etc.

  • Submit to a finger-printing background check in the state of Delaware (required for all employees of Girls Inc. of Delaware due to our status as a licensed provider of childcare services)