Full-Time Grants and Proposals Manager
About Generation Hope:
Generation Hope’s mission is to surround motivated teen parents and their children with the mentors, emotional support, and financial resources that they need to thrive in college and kindergarten, thereby driving a two-generation solution to poverty. To date we have provided more than $600,000 in tuition assistance, supported almost 200 teen parents in college, and celebrated 76 degrees earned through our program.
Our Scholar Program includes tuition assistance, one-on-one mentoring, case management, career readiness programming, and mental health support to help teen parents earn college degrees and achieve economic mobility. Our Next Generation Academy includes literacy, social-emotional, cognitive, and parenting interventions through a comprehensive home-visiting model to prepare the children of our Scholars for kindergarten.
In an effort to address the systems that impact our Scholars, and student parents across the country, we regularly work with think tanks, policy makers, higher education leaders, and other practitioners, and look forward to expanding that work. Media coverage has included CNN, Good Morning America, NBC Nightly News, Washington Business Journal, The Steve Harvey Show, NBC4 Washington, WJLA, The Washington Post, Chronicle for Higher Education, New America, and more.
For more information, please visit: www.supportgenerationhope.org.
The Grant and Proposal Manager works with the Director of Development to secure funding from institutional donors and ensure high-quality stewardship of these donors. This person is responsible for writing and researching proposals and reports, managing the grant calendar, and collaborating with Generation Hope’s program and operations teams. The ideal candidate will be detail-oriented, have excellent writing and research skills, and be passionate about Generation Hope’s mission.
Serve as principal writer for Generation Hope’s foundation and government grant proposals and reports, totaling approximately $1,000,000 in funding received per year.
Maintain and manage detailed grant calendar to ensure timely submissions of high-quality grant proposals and reports. Give other staff ample time to provide materials, data, and revisions as necessary for successful completion of all proposals and reports.
Collaborate with Director of Programming to compile program metrics, success stories, and program needs, Director of Operations to compile financial statements, organizational documents, and budgets, and Communications Manager to ensure consistent language, statistics, and resources.
Work with Director of Development to research and identify new grant funding sources.
Provide support to the Director of Development for corporate proposals and reports for annual partnerships and event sponsorships.
Assist development team with award nominations and submissions as needed.
How to ApplyQualifications: Passion for the mission and vision of Generation Hope. Bachelor’s degree required. At least 2-3 years of experience, including writing fundraising proposals, or a combination of one year of experience and a degree in English, Writing, or a related field. Exceptional written communication skills -- stellar writer and editor. Ability to adjust writing style depending on project and audience. Exceptionally detail-oriented, organized, and deadline-driven. Ability to manage multiple projects with overlapping deadlines. Writing Sample: With your application, please include a 1-2 page writing sample that includes 1) An explanation of Generation Hope’s mission and goals, 2) A description of our programming, and 3) An overview of what Generation Hope would do with a $20,000 grant. Please note, we are most interested in assessing your writing and understand that you may not have a full understanding of Generation Hope’s programming. To apply, please complete the online application. If this link does not work, you can access the application at the URL below: https://generation_hope.formstack.com/forms/apply_now Generation Hope is an equal opportunity employer. Generation Hope will not discriminate on any basis prohibited by law, including marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, family responsibility, matriculation, political affiliation, race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, related medical conditions, breastfeeding, or reproductive health decisions), age, national origin, genetic information, veteran status, and disability. Strong research skills. Understanding of the nonprofit grant proposal and reporting process. Motivated self starter with the ability to work independently with purpose and accuracy in a fast-paced environment. Desire to continuously learn about Generation Hope’s programs and the broader issues related to Generation Hope’s mission. Openness to being creative and re-thinking the status quo. Ability to express opinions confidently and with respect for others. Desire to work in a small, highly entrepreneurial, and mission-driven organization. Commitment to Generation Hope’s values: Support, Acceptance, Family, and Education. Preferred but not required: Experience with nonprofit financials and budgets; experience with nonprofit metrics and evaluation; and experience with corporate and foundation prospect research.
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