Do you share our passion for youth leadership development?

Do you have experience working with youth 3rd-12th grade? REAP is looking for individuals who are committed to long term service of youth and embody patience, work/life balance, creativity, and are self-starting employees. Review our current vacancies below and submit your resume to!


Job Title: Youth Essentials Coordinator

Program Type: Reflections, Solutions & Renaissance

Reports To: Program Management Team

Status: Full-time

Compensation: Starting at $21/hour

About REAP, Inc.

For the past 22 years, REAP has been working at the edge of the demographic change we now see all around us. Working in the schools and in community venues, REAP provides students a window into their future; elevates student voice; empowers student leaders with a global mindset; develops innovation toward entrepreneurship; and engages students in cooperative management.

Most recently, REAP has been focusing on Northwest Oregon school communities with significant numbers of families in challenging economic circumstances, and non-English speaking families. Children of these families face the most challenge in negotiating school and life. REAP now attracts the commitment of more than 1,000 students each year. REAP forms partnerships with their schools, and with community organizations, public agencies, businesses, professional groups, and whole industries.

What is a Youth Essential Coordinator?

Youth Essentials Coordinator is a position focused on advocacy, innovation, and leadership development. In this role, you will be working with students from 3rd – 12th grade in one of our three programs such as Solutions, Renaissance, and/or Reflections. All three programs are unique in their practice and curriculum. Your experience with youth advocacy, gentle and guided leadership, enrichment activities and creative projects, and/or entrepreneurial development will make you an all-star in this role.

The Experience You Will Bring:

▪ Experience working with children ages 7-18 years old, preferably in an academic and/or enrichment environment.

▪ Understanding of supporting and working with multicultural youth and/or communities – Highly Valuable

▪ Knowledge of developmental producers and practices, i.e – SOAP procedures.

▪ Working knowledge of networking and fundraising skills

▪ Associates Degree and/or Bachelors Degree in Social Services, Teaching, and/or related field – Preferred but not required.

▪ Solution-oriented working practice and ability to lead projects independently

What You Will Be Doing:

▪ Facilitating REAP core programs at an assigned school site, including meetings with teachers and counselors to support the academic, social, and emotional learning of students.
▪ Attend on-site program meetings including behavioral team meetings, REAP workshop meetings, equity team meetings and relevant all school staff meetings.
▪ Assist with the coordination of program reporting, including data compilation and analysis.
▪ Research community leadership opportunities for students and manage program details and community events related to leadership and business innovation.
▪ Support the coordination of program reporting, including data compilation and analysis.
▪ Facilitate classroom visits to report school climate trends and student classroom support follow-up.
▪ Assist with the weekly caseload of 1:1 student advocacy meetings.

The Benefits We Offer: On an annual basis you will receive.

▪ Accrued Vacation
▪ 40 hours of Sick Leave
▪ 6 Paid Holidays
▪ 2 Mental Health Days
▪ 4 Assigned Floating Holidays
▪ Fully Paid Parental Leave
▪ Inclusive medical, dental, and vision plans
▪ 401k and Roth IRA options
▪ Life Insurance Options
▪ Developmental and career mentorship

Please email your resume and cover letter to

Youth Support Line

The operating hours are:

Monday through Friday from 2 pm – 10 pm