The Oasis Center for Women & Girls is a nonprofit organization focused on improving the well-being of women and girls through upholding our missing to “improve the lives of women and girls through celebration and support”. 

Founded in 2007, we are focused on personal, professional, and economic concerns facing women, girls, and their families. We are committed to addressing these issues individually through the provision of direct services and collectively through community dialogue and awareness. Services offered include individual counseling, Single Moms Support groups, Girls Circle, Girls for Change, and Girls Can Do Anything! Camp. Our programming is strengths-based, inclusive, accessible, and affordable. Established to fill a gap in gender-centered services, the Oasis Center staff and board strive toward a community where women and girls thrive at every stage of life. 

Women’s Empowerment Coordinator

Responsible for overseeing our counseling program, Single Mom’s Support group and other programs for women 18+. This position requires an organized, enthusiastic, and creative person with an understanding of counseling and empowerment and a commitment to strengths-based, inclusive services and a strong understanding of issues creating barriers for women. Prefer someone with an MSW, BSW or similar.  EXCELLENT part time position. 20 hours through December 31 and then 30.  $18-20/hour.  Currently virtual but will change as it becomes safer. Position can have flexible hours but they will need to be primarily during the day.

girls circle facilitator

Part time facilitator to lead Girls Circles under the supervision of our Girls Empowerment Coordinator. Work with 8-10 girls utilizing the nationally recognized Girls Circle curriculum (training provided). The ideal candidate will have experience working with at risk (at promise) girls, ages 11-18. Variety of educational backgrounds welcome. Excellent part time position for a university student majoring in Education, Counseling or something similar. $12/hour for 10-15 hours a week.  Must have an ability to work with at diverse populations of girls.  Currently virtual but may be required to work in a local school practicing CDC guidelines in January.  Must be able to work relatively flexible hours.

Special Projects Coordinator

Full time. Act as both office manager and special projects.  Responsible for working with Executive Director on grants billings, paying bills and making deposits, scheduling maintenance and repairs shopping for supplies, etc. and for working with volunteers, special events. Requires someone with strong computer skills, be detail oriented, dependable, reliable, trustworthy, high energy and strong work ethics as well as have a proven ability to work really well with people and a commitment to the empowerment of women and girls.  Must be able to work with very diverse populations, pass a Level 2 background screening and have a relatively clean MVR in order to drive the organization’s vehicle. Some virtual, some in the building, some flexibility with hours.  $18-$20/hour.

How to apply

Please send your resume and a short cover letter to