Career Opportunities

AMTC & Associates has a funding opportunity for individuals or nonprofit organizations in Northern Illinois are who is interested in offering an Abstinence Education Curriculum to youth in that region. Click here for the full grant announcement.

 

Introductory Information:

AMTC & Associates, in partnership with Abstinence & Marriage Resources (AMR) and eight current Regional Coordinators (RCs), are in the final month of an initial one-year grant to provide abstinence education to youth throughout Illinois. The grant is funded by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE). The partnership utilizes curricula developed by AMR. Curricula options include Aspire, Game Plan, Quest, Navigator, and I Can Do That; each targets a unique age group and together the curricula address needs of youth in grades 5 through 12. In the current project period, more than 11,000 youth were served throughout the State of Illinois. AMTC and AMR anticipate reaching greater numbers in the next year of funding. To that end, AMTC is looking to add additional Regional Coordinators (RCs) to the partnership.

Proposals will be accepted until 5pm CST on Friday, October 5, 2018. Any proposals received after this date and time will not be reviewed or considered. All proposals must include the signature of the applying individual or official agent or representative of the company submitting the proposal.

AMTC is accepting proposals from individuals and organizations to provide programmatic regional coordination in one or more of 9 program regions throughout Illinois on a year-round basis.  RFP’s will be accepted for individuals or organizations covering the following three regions:

Region 1 – Illinois Counties: Boone, Bureau, Carroll, DeKalb, Jo Daviess, Henry, Lee, Ogle, Putnam, Rock Island, Stephenson, Winnebago, and Whiteside;

Region 2 – Illinois Counties: McHenry and Lake;

Region 8North & Northwestern Townships within Cook County: Barrington, Elk Grove, Evanston, Hanover, Leyden, Maine, New Trier, Niles, Northfield, Palatine, Schaumburg, and Wheeling.

 

Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

  • Promoting and recruiting middle and high schools (and other entities that naturally serve youth), through contacts with educators, administrators, school counselors or other site staff, to to attend AMR curriculum training
  • Facilitating AMR’s abstinence education programs to students in their schools via school staff
  • Securing and entering enrollment and attendance data in the required data system
  • Conducting educator observations
  • Participating in regularly scheduled AMTC and AMR meetings, via conference call or in-person.