Youth Communication provides powerful, teen-written stories and professional development to help educators and youth workers connect with the teens they serve and build their social and emotional competencies and literacy skills. We are a small team with an audacious vision. We want to expand the programs we offer and dramatically increase the number of schools and agencies that use them. Our employees must be self-directed, hands-on, and passionate about serving educators and marginalized youth, including youth in after school programs, alternative schools, and the foster care and juvenile justice systems. We want someone who is just as comfortable presenting our work to policymakers at a national conference as s/he is writing monthly lessons to accompany our teen-written magazines.