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Thread STL wants to ensure that all memebers have the tools, resources and opportunities they need to competitively enter the job market and secure meaningful employment.

Click below for the list of opportunitites for employment:

The Metropolitan St. Louis Equal Housing and Opportunity Council (EHOC)
The Metropolitan St. Louis Equal Housing and Opportunity Council (EHOC) is hiring! 
EHOC seeks a full-time Education Coordinator to increase fair housing education and outreach activities.
This position will coordinate and conduct trainings, be responsible for developing educational materials to be used in trainings and outreach events, work with organizational partners, and assist with managing volunteers to help staff outreach events.   
The job description is posted on our website here. 
STL Youth Jobs

STL Youth Jobs connects youth, ages 16-24, to local employers for a summer job.

Applications open, click here.

Facilities Hospitality Specialist - United Way

The United Way of Greater St. Louis mobilizes the community with one goal in mind — helping people live their best possible lives. To position the organization to achieve these goals, the United Way is seeking a Facilities Hospitality Specialist who will be responsible for conference center management and upkeep of building facility.
This individual will assist meeting attendants, visitors, staff and volunteers utilizing our conference center and other facility meeting rooms. This includes coordination with interior and exterior groups using conference rooms, beverage management, arrangement and set-up meeting rooms, assistance during meetings with technology in conference rooms. The secondary purpose is to keep storage areas organized, maintained as well as supplement cleaning in all areas of the facility.

Supervisory Accountabilities: 
Staff: No
Volunteers: No

General Responsibilities:

  • Interacting with all levels of associates to coordinate and assist with meetings of internal and external groups
  • Set up and arrangements of tables, chairs other equipment as needed in requested format including snack and beverage set up/clean up
  • Ensure building and conference rooms are in presentable conditions for meetings
  • Provide technical support to include set up/support in audio visual arrangement (computer, projector, screens, microphones and phone system)
  • Ensure regular inventory and prepare orders for approval of conference center supplies (soda, supplies for coffee stations, mugs and other supplies needed in conference rooms and break rooms)
  • Maintaining tidiness and upkeep of breakrooms and rest rooms as needed
  • Delivery of packages and boxes to associates within the building as well as assisting associates with bringing in and taking out large packages
  • Assuming key responsibility for general appearance, cleanliness of building as a supplement to contracted nighttime cleaning
  • Other duties as assigned

Key Accountabilities:

  • Help to develop and implement a proactive approach to services department, especially when it comes to the conference center and the cleanliness of the building
  • Provide excellent customer service and positive experience to those utilizing our facility

KSA (Knowledge, Skills and Abilities):

  • Must have 1+ years related experience and knowledge of use and operation of standard office, audio and visual equipment
  • Ability to retain professionalism in communication including tact and diplomacy
  • Ability to gather, analyze and summarize data for reports to find solutions to various administrative challenges
  • Ability to independently prioritize workload around scheduled conference rooms
  • Ability and skill to maintain consistent attention to detail including establishing priorities and meeting deadlines
  • Excellent interpersonal skills to include pleasant, helpful, professional, mature attitude and judgement in order to handle sensitive and confidential situations
  • Strong organizational skills to maintain accuracy under pressure as well as managing multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Ability to effectively establish job priorities, requests for assistance, and demands for time
  • Ability to occasionally lift and/or move up to 75 pounds

Job Type: Full-time


  • Facilities Maintenance: 1 year (Preferred)

Benefits offered:

  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Other types of insurance
Jewish Community Center Portfolio Manager

The Jewish Community Center has an opening for a full time Portfolio Manager to join our Development team. Full-time positions at the J are eligible for our employee benefits package which includes medical, dental, company paid life, long term disability and ad&d insurance, voluntary insurance, pension, 403b, membership and program discounts.

This position will work primarily Monday-Friday; however, it will also support events and programs outside of regular working hours, including occasional evenings and weekends.


The Portfolio Manager will play a critical role in increasing donor support and acts as an ambassador for the St. Louis Jewish Community Center.  Responsibilities include: new donor identification, cultivation and stewardship of new and existing donors to increase overall retention and giving levels, and relationship management between donors and others on the board and staff who work with them. This role reports to the Director of Development, and will work closely and collaboratively with the whole development team as well as the staff at the J.


  • Manage a portfolio of 150-200 new and existing donors to contribute to the JCC’s annual and long-term fundraising goals. This will include individual donors, corporate sponsorships, foundations, grants, legacy giving, etc.
  • Organize all stewardship activities (including personalized stewardship) to ensure that the J communicates with donors on a regular basis sharing the impact of our donors’ investment
  • Help our donors accomplish their philanthropic goals and ambitions through a relationship with our organization. Secure gifts at the $2,500 to $25,000+ level. Acknowledge donors through public and private recognition.
  • Work with Development Director to create and maintain programs to promote planned giving as part of estate and trust planning.
  • Work collaboratively with the JCC’s departments to develop donor and sponsorship opportunities in support of programming.
  • Assist the board and other staff with their solicitation where necessary (e.g. provide portfolio development support, strategic counsel, and help with donor communications).
  • Continue the growth of and provide stewardship to our annual giving society. Solicit and cultivate new and existing donors for the societies. Plan recognition events as appropriate.
  • Manage systems and software to track and cultivate donors and prospects, including our donor database and wealth screening tools. Help with gift entry as needed.
  • Execute responsibilities on timely basis and within budgeted parameters.
  • Other duties as assigned by manager.


  • BA/BS degree required
  • Minimum of 2 years of increasingly responsible development experience with a solid understanding of fundraising concepts and demonstrated success in annual campaigns, corporate sponsorship, major gifts, planned giving, direct mail and special events is required.
  • Must be able to organize and implement strategic plans (financial, business development, marketing, branding, etc.), work independently as well as part of a team, follow through on assignments and prioritize competing tasks
  • Must understand government and private foundation cycles and priorities.
  • Superior organization, communication, social and writing skills along with a talent for creating communal collaborations and partnerships are required.
  • Judaic knowledge and a deep commitment to the JCC mission and vision are necessary.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite is required (Outlook, Word, Excel, Power Point, Access).
  • Proficiency using Raiser’s Edge is strongly desired or a demonstrated ability to learn new software programs in support of one’s work.

For additional information about the J, please visit our website, www.jccstl.org.

To apply for this position, please send your cover letter and resume to careers@jccstl.org. Please indicate the position you are applying for, “Portfolio Manager,” in the subject line of your email. Our application is available for printing from the employment section of our website. Please note this is not an online form.

The J is an Equal Opportunity Employer and participates in the Department of Homeland Security’s E-Verify program.

Barnes-Jewish Hospital - Major Gifts Officer

Barnes-Jewish Hospital at Washington University Medical Center is the largest hospital in Missouri and is ranked as one of the nation’s top hospitals by U.S. News & World Report. Barnes-Jewish Hospital’s staff is composed of full-time academic faculty and community physicians of Washington University School of Medicine, supported by a house staff of residents, interns, fellows and other medical professionals. Recognizing its excellence in nursing care, Barnes-Jewish Hospital was the first adult hospital in Missouri to be certified as a Magnet Hospital by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.

Gratitude inspires everything we do at The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital. Our donors enrich lives, save lives, and transform patient care. By supporting innovative research and programs that enhance care delivery, we are able to improve the health and well-being of the patients, families, and communities we have the privilege to serve.

We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization supporting the following world-class healthcare organizations: Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital, Siteman Cancer Center, Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College, BJC Home Care and Hospice, Evelyn’s House (hospice), and Washington University School of Medicine.

Join Us!

Role Purpose

·         Responsible for identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding major and planned gift prospects and donors

·         Secure major gift support for key clinical research and healthcare priorities

·         Develop and implement projects/initiatives aimed at identifying new major gift prospects

·         Serve as a key member of the Philanthropy Team, responsible for implementing strategies toward achieving the philanthropic goals of the Foundation


·         Manages portfolio of individual major and planned gift prospects and donors

·         Develops and maintains close, mutually fulfilling relationships with physicians, clinical staff, donors and grateful patients and their families

·         Works with Foundation leadership to develop on-going strategies, timelines, objectives, and metrics for the assigned portfolio of prospects with a focus on annual and long-term objectives and priorities

·         Ensures proper recording within Raiser’s Edge of all contacts with prospects, solicitation strategies, and the appropriate stewardship of assigned donors

·         Directs and prepares well-conceived and well-written visit briefings, strategy documents, case statements, and solicitation proposals, working both independently and with hospital, university and Foundation colleagues.

Minimum Requirements

·         Degree:  Bachelor’s Degree in a Related field of study Required, Master’s Degree Preferred

·         Experience:  2-5 years minimum

·         Demonstrated problem solving capabilities with a high degree of integrity, ethics and dedication to the mission

·         Demonstrated fundraising success as a development professional, preferably in health care or higher education

·         Excellent oral and written communication skills, diplomacy, and superb organizational skills

·         Ability to oversee multiple projects and quickly discern and prioritize complex and competing interests

·         Demonstrated ability to participate meaningfully and creatively in goal setting, long and short-term strategic planning and problem solving

·         Supervisor Experience:  No Experience Required

Preferred Requirements and Additional Job Information

Licenses & Certifications

·         CFRE

·         Non-Profit Admin spec training

Benefits Statement

Note: not all benefits apply to all openings

·         Comprehensive medical, dental, life insurance, and disability plan options

·         Pension Plan*/403(b) Plan

·         401(k) plan

·         Tuition Assistance

·         Health Care and Dependent Care Reimbursement Accounts

·         On-Site Fitness Center (depending on location)

·         Paid Time Off Program for vacation, holiday and sick time

*Pension does not apply to Memorial Hospital, Memorial Hospital East, Memorial Medical Group, Alton Memorial or Parkland Health Center

Legal Statement

The above information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees in this position. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.

Application Information

Please apply online at https://jobs.bjc.org/jobs/1176463?lang=en-us

Equal Opportunity Employer

Wyman - Administrative Coordinator

Join our team! Wyman is looking for a committed, talented individual excited about the opportunity to support long-term impact for young people in our region.

The Administrative Coordinator is responsible for supporting the Wyman Leaders Program team via broad administrative responsibilities.  This role also provides coordination of key processes that support scholar and team success including but not limited to financial aid processes, grant reporting, team meetings and event planning.

Qualified candidates will possess a bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience. To be considered, please apply online at https://wymancenter.org/careers-admincoordinator/

Wyman is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.


As a result of Wyman’s Programs, teens across the region are able to build academic success, healthy behaviors and relationships and life and leadership skills. They graduate on-time, are accepted to colleges and universities, and participate in community service at rates far beyond their peers.

The ten-year Wyman Leaders youth development program includes:

College access programming
Academic preparation
Leadership development
Adventure challenge experiences
Community service and engagement
College tours and college immersion visits
Post-secondary support and coaching
Career exploration
Academic and social-emotional coaching
And much more!

Wyman is recognized by some of the nation’s leading youth development organizations and ranked among the best places to work in St. Louis. To support the next generation of leaders, we encourage you to apply.


Thread STL wants to better serve our members and enhance their experience, with community engagement opportunities with area organizations.

Click below for the list of opportunitites for engagement:

Desales Community Garden

Nestled in the middle of the 2600 block of California Ave., the DeSales Community Garden is a neighborhood oasis where community and plenty of fresh, healthy food flourish. Our garden currently boasts 12 individual garden beds, 12 shared beds, a welcoming patio with picnic tables, and lots of community spirit.

If you’re interested in joining the community garden, or just learning more, please visit our Facebook group or contact Becky at becky@desalescd.com or (314)537-1407.

If you are ready to join, you can pay your annual dues below. Membership is $25 for an individual bed (limit of 2 individual beds per household) and $5 for use of the garden’s 12 shared beds.

Child Care & Development Fund (CCDF) Health & Safety


Child Care & Development Fund (CCDF) Health & Safety (3 hours)


Saturday Classes: Harris Stowe State University, 10 N. Compton Ave., St. Louis, MO 63103

Monday Classes: ARCHS, 539 N. Grand, St. Louis, MO 63103. Enter on Washington. Free parking is located in the lot next to the parking garage on Washington. Metered parking is also available on the street at your expense.

Provides new and renewing registered child care providers with the federally mandated trainings (EXCEPT First aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation*) that are required by the Missouri Department of Social Services Children’s Division to maintain a child care subsidy contract. Topics include:

  • How to find/complete First aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation [NOTE: First aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation NOT included in this training – informational only]
  • Prevention of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and Safe Sleeping
  • Prevention of Shaken Baby Syndrome and Abusive Head Trauma
  • Emergency Disaster and Response
  • Mandatory Child Abuse and Neglect (CA/N) Reporting
  • Prevention and Control of infectious diseases (including immunizations)
  • Administration of medication, consistent with standards for parental consent
  • Prevention and Response to Food Allergy Emergencies -Building and Physical Premises Safety; including identification of and protection from hazards that can cause bodily injury
  • Handling and storage of hazardous materials and the appropriate disposal of bio-contaminants
  • Transportation of Children.

Funding provided by the Missouri Department of Social Services, Children’s Division, Early Childhood and Prevention Services Section.

Child Care Subsidy Orientation Training


Child Care Subsidy Orientation Training


Saturday Classes: Harris Stowe State University, 10 N. Compton Ave., St. Louis, MO 63103

Monday Classes: ARCHS, 539 N. Grand, St. Louis, MO 63103. Enter on Washington. Free parking is located in the lot next to the parking garage on Washington. Metered parking is also available on the street at your expense.

This training is an introduction to the subsidy system for providers. It discusses the types of providers, the categories of children receiving subsidy, and how to get authorized for subsidy payments. Also participants will learn about payment rates, child specific rate differentials, and provider specific rate enhancements.

Funding provided by the Missouri Department of Social Services, Children’s Division, Early Childhood and Prevention Services Section.

GenNext St. Louis
  • GenNext St. Louis: Provides meaningful volunteer and networking opportunities for individuals in their 20s and 30s, who learn how personal community involvement makes a positive impact, while getting a chance to interact with a vibrant, diverse and talented group of peers and local professional leaders.
Community Service Public Relations Council (CSPRC)
  • Community Service Public Relations Council (CSPRC): CSPRC is composed of members from public and private community service agencies and organizations concerned with improving and maintaining the highest standards of public relations, communications, media relations and fund-raising.
The Urban League Young Professionals of Metropolitan St. Louis
  • Urban League Young Professionals: The Urban League Young Professionals of Metropolitan St. Louis is an auxiliary organization of the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis, comprised of young urban  leaders whose time, energy and talents are dedicated to improving the welfare of St. Louis community residents.


Thread STL wants to highlight community based services through local nonprofit, community-based organizations, government agencies, and area businesses, that are designed to improve the quality of life for our members.

Click below for the list of opportunities for services:


At SCORE St. Louis our mission is to “Help start, build, and grow small businesses through education provided by our team of experienced business professionals.” We offer free business counseling and resources, low-cost workshops, and free business consulting services, click here.

City Harvest Community Kitchen

This Market provides a level of access to fresh and healthy foods that would otherwise be too expensive for purchase. There are many community options for free canned goods, but this model is unique in its provision of fresh and frozen alternatives. Not a traditional food pantry, our market provides a dignified, quality shopping experience. The market is another example of how we provide a hand up, not a hand out.

Hours:  Wednesdays, 9am-12pm & Thursdays, 4pm-7pm

Location: 3033 N Euclid Ave, St. Louis, MO 63115




The Family Center By Kingdom House

The Family Center provides a safe, educational environment for children while their parents are participating in Kingdom House programs, classes or workshops. The Family Center allows Kingdom House to provide childcare during all adult programs.

Location: 1321 S 11th St, St. Louis, MO 63104

Social Media Club of St. Louis (SMCSTL)
Network for Strong Communities (NSC)
  • Network for Strong Communities (NSC): Network for Strong Communities’ mission is to strengthen our region’s nonprofit organizations and the nonprofit sector as a whole by providing programs, services, and resources that inform, promote, and connect nonprofits as they work to improve peoples lives.
Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP)
St. Louis Community Foundation

Nonprofit Support

We support nonprofit organizations by:

  • Working with donors to create the greatest financial impact for nonprofit organizations.
  • Strategizing with donors, nonprofits and community leaders for collaboration, enlightened perspectives and innovative solutions.
  • Helping nonprofits receive gifts of complex financial assets that your organization may not have the resources to accept.
  • Connecting with nonprofit organizations working in the areas of our donor’s interests.