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Youth Counselor
Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lowcountry - Bluffton UnitBluffton, SC
Conduct programs in a specific core area (STEM or Cultural Arts) that meet the diverse needs of members, their parents and the community.
$13 - $15 an hour Full-time
Director of Resource Development
Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lowcountry - Bluffton UnitBluffton, SC
Under the supervision of the Boys & Girls Club of Bluffton Club Unit Director to plan and execute resource development and marketing strategies and monitor progress against goals in the area of individual, board, corporate, foundation and special events giving.
$50,000 - $60,000 a year Full-time
jobsearcher.com/articlesBoys And Girls Club Job Description
As part of our mantra, Great Futures Start Here applies not only to our Club Members, but Boys & Girls Clubs employees.
If you think you possess the skills to do whatever it takes to put kids on the path to a great future, submit your resume and go to our website at www.
Camp Counselor
Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lowcountry - Bluffton UnitBluffton, SC
Summer Camp Counselor
$13 - $15 an hour Part-time

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