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360 Youth Services, a non-profit agency transforming the lives of youth for over 45 years, is looking to hire an experienced Corporate and Community Giving Manager (CCGM).
Our ideal candidate is a highly successful strategic fundraiser with excellent skills in managing a caseload of corporations, foundations, service clubs, churches, and government agencies with an emphasis on annual gifts of $3,000 to $5,000 and higher. The CCGM will establish and manage a corporate and community giving plan to effectively solicit and steward gifts through face to face solicitation, phone solicitation, proposal and grant-writing, gift stewardship, presentations, and networking.
This full-time (40 hours/week) exempt position is a member of the Development Department, which leads the agency’s effort to ensure short-term goals are met and long-term financial stability is achieved. The Corporate and Community Giving Manager is responsible for increasing awareness and revenue by managing relationships with private foundations, corporations, corporate foundations, service clubs, churches, and government entities.
The position provides expertise to advance 360 Youth Service’s mission by continually identifying and prioritizing new corporate and community prospects and developing strategies for communication and approach to these potential funders. Day to day work includes researching, identifying, and soliciting sources of support; proactively seeking opportunities to generate new proposals based on prospects’ guidelines and interests, writing, editing, and submitting proposals and reports in conformance with guidelines issued by corporate grantors as well as maintaining strong communication with funding entities. The ideal candidate will be comfortable cultivating relationships through multiple channels and presenting to small groups.
Duties and Responsibilities:

  • In conjunction with the Director of Philanthropy, designs, implements and manages a proactive fundraising strategy that expands and enhances foundation, corporate, service club, faith community, and government relationships leading to monetary support, including sponsorships for events.
  • Builds relationships with service clubs, faith communities, and local organizations to increase annual support and raise awareness through presentations, written proposals, and community engagement.
  • Leads and executes day-to-day management of cultivation activities including researching, planning, outlining, drafting, and/or editing grant proposals; creating and maintaining a comprehensive engagement calendar; tracking and reporting key metrics;
    designing moves management plans for visits, communications, tours, and other cultivation activities.
  • Works with Direct Service Staff and Leadership Team to determine areas of need and projects; and facilitates the Grants and Community Giving Committee.
  • Develops highly competitive proposals that leverage diverse foundation and corporate goals that align with the agency’s goals.
  • Successfully leverages corporate matching programs.
  • Develops, implements, and maintains stewardship strategies for foundations, corporations, service clubs and other funding entities.
  • Maintains a thorough research effort to assess the giving patterns of local, regional, and national corporations, foundations, and government entities.
  • Initiates opportunities for the Development Team, CEO, Board of Directors, and/or Direct Service Staff to interact with funders, as appropriate.
  • Serves as 360 Youth Service’s representative at community events, as needed.
  • Assists with Development functions, as needed; local travel may be required.
  • Supervised by the Director of Philanthropy.
  • Establishes and maintains contact with corporations, foundations, service clubs, faith communities, and government agencies.
  • Communicates and engages with Direct Service Staff, as appropriate.
    Qualifications and Characteristics:
  • Education: Bachelor’s degree required.
  • Experience: A minimum of 5 – 7 years’ experience with grants and community engagement. Experience writing and managing grants and proposals with a variety of entities including government and civic organizations.
  • Competencies: Must be detail oriented and have excellent communication (verbal and written), problem solving, and organizational skills.
  • Technical Skills: Highly proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and Raiser’s Edge database and/or RENXT. Familiarity with research and supplemental grant service sites is preferred.
  • Social Skills: Possess a positive attitude and the ability to take initiative, work independently and be a collaborative team player.
  • Storytelling: Superior writing, speaking, and storytelling abilities.
  • Leadership: Able to demonstrate professionalism, flexibility, and good judgment.
  • Mission-Driven: Reinforces 360’s mission and vision with the organization and the community.
  • Collaboration: Advocates for inclusion and diversity always. Initiates the development of relationships with civic/business partners and community leaders that advance 360’s presence throughout the community.
  • Personal Growth: Models adaptability and an awareness of the impact of change. Demonstrates a hunger to maintain and lean skills.
    Special Conditions:
  • Must have privately owned vehicle, valid driver’s license, good driving record and liability insurance. Travel between locations and partnering sites may be required.
    Position may require some weekend and evening hours.
    Must be able to operate general office equipment.
    Must be able to life 25 pounds.
  • ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES: Our values unite us as an organization. They are the anchors that steer our behavior, interactions with each other, and provide a guide for decision-making.
    •Compassionate: We wholeheartedly care for and listen to others
    •Empowering: We nurture potential, build on strengths, and inspire hope for a brighterfuture
    •Inclusive: We accept others completely as they are
    •Affirming: We encourage and celebrate personal identity
    •Respectful: We hear people where they are and are willing to work on judgments we may have towards others while treating people with the highest regard
    •Authentic: We are truthful and transparent in what we say and do
    More about 360 Youth Services
    To apply for this position, please email a cover letter, including salary requirements, and your resume to:

Housing Department Openings

Life Skills Caseworker (Full-time)

Positions available in our LGBTQ+/Rapid Rehousing Program and our Young Men’s Transitional Housing Program

360 Youth Services seeks two full-time Life Skills Caseworkers to support the young people living in our LGBTQ+/Rapid Rehousing Program and our young men’s transitional housing program, serving youth ages 18-24. The Life Skills Caseworker will assess and support housing clients in the development and maintenance of skills pertaining to financial, employment, education and interpersonal development based on individual and group needs.

This position is flexible, with shifts typically 1-9p and 3-11p, one weekend evening is required.

Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to Carolyn Wahlskog, Executive Director of Housing at

Program Manager, Young Men’s Transitional Housing Program (Full-time)

360 Youth Services seeks a full-time Program Manager for our young men’s transitional housing program, serving youth ages 18-24. The Program Manager will lead and supervise a team of Case Managers, Caseworkers and support staff to serve our 16 youth and the alumni of our men’s THP program. This position requires a Master’s Degree in Social Work or the Human Services field.

Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to Carolyn Wahlskog, Executive Director of Housing at

Group Home Behavioral Specialist (Part-Time), Cornerstone Group Home

Seeking a part-time Behavioral Specialist for 360’s Cornerstone Group Home to provide milieu coverage and direct supervision of teenage male clients in a group home environment, developing and facilitating groups, managing the group home milieu, maintaining a positive behavioral system, transportation of clients and maintaining appropriate documentation.

  • Availability for 2-3 shifts per week, weekday evening hours available and some weekend days and evenings, especially Wednesday and Thursday evenings 4-12p
  • Must be at least 21 years old
  • Must have a Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Service Field
  • Must have experience in working with youth in crisis
  • Previous group home experience highly recommended
  • Driver’s license and Insurance required as well as a background check.

Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to Andy True, Cornerstone Program Manager at

Social Work Internships in Transitional Housing Programs

Please read the following information about interning in the Housing Department at 360 Youth Services.

The Housing department is accepting Masters level internship applications for MSW students on a rolling basis beginning 12/1 for the 2020-2021 school year (or until all 3 spots are filled).

Each year, 360’s Housing Department accepts internship applications starting in December for students pursuing their Masters in Social Work. Ultimately 360 aims to select 3 interns each year to work with young people in our transitional housing programs for youth ages 18-24 who are experiencing homelessness.


  • Our housing programs are located near downtown Naperville.
  • Internships typically start in August and end in May.
  • We require that interns spend at least 2 semesters with the program and ideally span at least 9 months. Given the population that we serve, we do not want adults in and out of our young people’s lives so quickly so we cannot accommodate 3-6 month internships.
  • The internship is ideal for students interested in working with youth experiencing homelessness, LGBTQ+ youth, individuals interested in social justice, etc. Interns will provide case management and 1:1 support for 2-3 residents and have the opportunity to run groups and teach life skills.

Requirements to Apply:

  • Submit Resume and Cover Letter (detailing your interest in working with this population)
  • 2 Letters of Recommendation at the time of application (a 3rd will be required before starting an internship at 360 Youth Services)
  • Willingness to work between 16-20 hours per week, with at least one full day shift. Evenings and some weekends can be accommodated.

Please send your application materials or questions to Carolyn Wahlskog, LCSW, Executive Director of Housing at

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