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Program Facilitator - New London / Groton
Category: Non-Profit and Social Services
GIRL SCOUTS OF CONNECTICUT  Position Title:                         Program Facilitator Reports to:                 Community Outreach Program ManagerLocation:                    Hartford, Waterbury, North Haven, Wilton  POSITION SUMMARYThe Program Facilitator is accountable for implementing community based programming to girls in grades K – 12.  She/he will deliver community based programming more
Contact: Elizabeth Carey
Phone:(203)239-2922 ext 3321
Fax:(860) 548-0325