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Personal Enrichment and Youth Programs Manager

Hagerstown Community College
Maryland, United States
Salary Commensurate with experience
Posted Date
Apr 6, 2022

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Position Type
Administrative, Academic Affairs, Adult & Continuing Education Programs
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Employment Type
Full Time
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Hagerstown Community College, located in western Maryland, is pleased to announce that applications are currently being accepted for a Personal Enrichment and Youth Programs Manager position to join the college's Workforce Solutions and Continuing Education Division.



Personal Enrichment and Youth Programs Manager is responsible for the overall coordination of continuing education courses and related contract training for personal enrichment, College for Kids (CFK), and all youth programming. This position represents Hagerstown Community College (HCC) as a member of the Community Education and Youth Programs affinity groups within the Maryland Community College Association for Continuing Education and Training (MCCACET).

The Personal Enrichment and Youth Programs Manager must be highly organized, exhibit good communication, networking and team work skills and is both innovative and visionary to grow current programs and create new ones.



A. Identifies, develops, implements, and evaluates courses, programs, and activities that are timely and of interest to students in areas of personal enrichment and youth programming

B. Provides administration of the CFK summer program and supervises the Team Lead, Program Assistant, and Health Supervisor; ensures camp operations are following the Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR)

C. Recruits instructors to teach current and new courses in program areas; works with instructors to develop course content and course syllabus

D. Interviews, trains and evaluates instructors; initiates adjunct instructor contracts and creates and monitors independent contractor agreements

E. Establishes partnerships with local businesses, organizations, and community agencies to deliver innovative programming, grow enrollment, increase collaboration, and maximize resource utilization

F. Develops new courses and transitions existing courses to an online learning format

G. Represents HCC at the MCCACET Community Education Affinity Group meetings and works cooperatively with other Maryland Community Colleges on programs of mutual benefit

H. Assigned from time to time to do projects outside of core assignment areas, based on work volume or other criteria as established by the division dean

I. Collaborates with college staff on grant proposals and tasks

J. Oversees the budgeting, awarding, tracking, and reporting of grant and sponsorship funds for CFK scholarships; maintains positive relationships with funders and ensures camp programming aligns with their philanthropic goals

K. Determines pricing and production expenses and promotion methods for open enrollment courses and related contract trainings

L. Achieves enrollment goals and financial objectives in terms of gross revenue

M. Approves and reviews all materials and supplies needed for Personal Enrichment and CFK courses.

N. Works with other program managers and areas to develop new programs and increase overall WSCE enrollment

O. Delegates tasks to Executive Assistant and support staff for program/course coordination

P. Works with Public Relations and Marketing and Digital Printing and Design Services to market programs/courses

Q. Ensures the CFK website is updated with current course information, frequently asked questions, and the most recent parent handbook

R. Analyzes data to inform program development; reports data to the division dean and other departments as required

S. Provides customer service and information about all Personal Enrichment and CFK courses


Master’s degree required. Preference given to individuals with continuing education experience; minimum of 3 to 5 years program development experience in personal enrichment and youth programing; experience and training must provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.


Strong written and verbal communication public speaking, and negotiating skills; Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills required. Financial, budgeting and computer skills; ability to establish positive working relationships with local agencies and staff; ability to transition quickly and serve community needs; organized and capable of following up with clients; ability to meet deadlines; ability to trend watch and build appropriate programs for new demand; multi- tasking skills

Must be able to lift 40 lbs.; Driver’s license required


Normal office environment, travel required, some evening and weekend hours required. Must be able to work flexible hours.




For more information on this position and to formally apply, please visit HCC's employment page at

Questions may be directed to the Human Resources Office at 240-500-2585 or email

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