Teen Center Director
A Teen Center Director typically works within government, education or nonprofit organization to oversee the operation and development of programs focused on supporting teenagers.
They supervise team members, liaising with partners, and connect with the young adults the program or center serves. A key part of their role is to deliver programs that meets the needs and desires of young people while meeting the objectives of the organization or program.
The programs they direct at their center will cover a range of topics, including health living, social responsibility, safe sex, or career readiness.
- Conflict Resolution
- Decision Making
- Judging People and Situations
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