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Come walk with us at the Ain Dah Yung Center where it is our mission is to provide a healing place in the community for American Indian youth and families to thrive in safety and wholeness. From Emergency Shelter to Family Services, our 7 programs at Ain Dah Yung (Our Home) Center continue to emerge as a national leader in offering culturally responsive programming for American Indian youth and families. As a member of the Management Team reporting directly to the Executive Director, you will have the opportunity to positively impact the future of many vulnerable youth and families.

Our partners in Project for Pride in Living are looking for a Property Manager for our 42-unit permanent supportive housing project called Mino Oski Ain Dah Yung (Our Good New Home).
Project for Pride in Living, Inc. (PPL) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering low-income people to become self-reliant through integrated services. When joining PPL, you become a part of a diverse team whose goal is to assist our residents and communities with the groundwork they need to survive and thrive. We are eager to welcome others to our team who are dedicated to serving our residents and pursuing our mission to build the hope, assets, and self-reliance of individuals and families who have lower incomes by providing transformative, affordable housing and employment readiness services.

We are seeking a temporary part time Youth Care Worker to provide direct care to at-risk youth during the day shift and as needed at the Ain Dah Yung Center’s Emergency Shelter. Salary for this position is $15-$17, depending on experience.

Meaning "Our Home" in Ojibwe, the Ain Dah Yung Center provides a healing place within the community for American Indian youth and families to thrive in safety and wholeness. Our Emergency Shelter provides culturally specific crisis refuge to American Indian youth from ages 5-17 who are homeless, runaway, in a family crisis, or involved with juvenile corrections. Emergency Shelter services include emergency short-term shelter, crisis intervention, case and systems advocacy, information and referrals, access to medical/dental care, counseling, and community education.

Primary responsibilities include providing security and responding to residents needs and enforcing the guest policies at the front desk of Mino Oski Ain Dah Yung, a 42 unit permanent supportive housing program for youth ages 18– 24 years old.

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