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Associate, Program Operations
STEM From Dance


About STEM From Dance
STEM From Dance envisions a world where underrepresented minority girls are creative, confident, and equipped to be leaders and innovators in the STEM fields. To this end, SFD gives girls access to a STEM education by using dance to empower, educate, and encourage them as our next generation of engineers, scientists, and techies. Since 2012, SFD has partnered with schools and communities, serving hundreds of girls across New York City and beyond.

About the Role
As the Associate, Program Operations, you play a pivotal role in the team, supporting the operations of the Program Team. You are extraordinarily organized, pay exceptional attention to detail, have a track record of handling multiple responsibilities efficiently, and are motivated by supporting others to do their best work. You are fulfilled by the day to day work of behind-the-scenes operations.

STEM From Dance has been on a consistent growth trajectory for the past nine years, increasing our budget by 10X and doubling our students served annually. We are at a pivotal and compelling moment as an organization and are thrilled to have the opportunity to welcome a new Associate, Program Operations to play a critical role in our next stage. This role reports directly to the Director, Programs.


  • Support the Manager, Programs and Director, Programs with program logistics
  • Support the launch of new programs by managing program logistics
  • Communicate with participants, alumni, and their families with pertinent information and correspond with external audiences about program inquiries
  • Manage the inventory of supplies and purchase needed supplies
  • Schedule team meetings and trainings
  • Coordinate events, such as performance showcases
  • Coordinate field trips and guest speakers
  • Manage participant-related data

Prior Experience

  • Minimum four years experience in a professional work environment

Skills & Qualifications

  • Exceptional ability to organize, prioritize, track, and manage workflow and resources
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills
  • Proficient in technology especially Google Drive applications
  • Ability to deepen resolve, adapt, and persist with optimism when faced with obstacles
  • Ability to zero in on the main issues and prioritize accordingly with strong solutions
  • Particular desire to constantly improve and learn from past experiences
  • Exhibits a deep commitment to anti-racism, equity and inclusion in educational environments
  • Demonstrates a commitment to and passion for STEM From Dance’s mission

Work Demands

  • Occasional weekends and evenings required
  • Travel to multiple school sites throughout the week located throughout New York City (when in-person programs resume)
  • Occasional lifting and moving of supplies weighing up to 10 pounds required



Date posted:

January 31

Expire date

February 21

Contact email:
NYC AiE Roundtable