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Untold Migrant Stories Coordinator

Application Deadline: Posted until filled

Availability: Part-time, 20 hours per week, the position may require some evening hours

Compensation: $15/hour

Reports to: Youth Program Coordinators

To apply: Please submit a resume, cover letter, and portfolio of digital projects or artwork to Executive Director / CEO Sheila Dorsey Vinton (

Job Description:

The Untold Migrant Stories Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating the Asian Center’s Untold Migrant Stories programs, a digital storytelling program that teaches migrant youth photography, videography, and other skills in order to create multi-media projects and share their stories in community showcase events. Ten hours a week are devoted to program-delivery and curriculum development; ten hours are devoted to building tools, event planning, and other administrative work.

Duties Include:

Coordinate weekly Untold Migrant Stories digital storytelling programming at three or more schools (may include virtual program options)

Develop curriculum, resources, & tools able to be utilized by staff and students

Back-up students’ work on a hard drive, properly store and file student photos, and upload student work to YouTube and other social media

Work with other staff and community partners to plan and implement showcase events

Develop Untold Migrant Stories sub-page of the Asian Center website to showcase student work

Recruit participants for the program, using community contacts and knowledge to seek out potential participants and respond to community needs

Track all contacts with youth, documenting dates, service units, and any new clients served

Provide accurate and timely reporting of work performed and outcomes in the form of attendance tracking, monthly progress reports, and quarterly goals

May provide additional transportation as needed in a company van or personal vehicle, documenting mileage with odometer readings

Help manage Untold Migrant Stories grants by assuring compliance with all requirements, managing budget in accordance with grant guidelines, and completing final reports

Attend and participate in weekly staff meetings; successfully complete any required training programs or professional development opportunities

Act as a representative of the ACCC in public forums in a positive, knowledgeable, and professional manner


Strong video editing and storytelling skills, must be demonstrated in the portfolio

Proficient with Adobe Premiere Pro editing software and DSLR cameras