Student Leadership Facilitator Position

Do you want to make a difference in the lives of hundreds of young people from across our state? 
Do you want to be a part of shaping a bold and exciting future for our state? 

Imagine doing just that in the Center for Tomorrow’s Leaders. Our vision is to create a movement of good, independent-thinking and courageous young leaders who are world-class and local. They will spark a new era of connection and growth in Hawaii.  With comprehensive, character-focused programs, we train young leaders in predominately public schools to make a difference in their schools and communities. 
You will work in fast-paced work environment and be engaged in meaningful work with passionate people.  


  • Hope: there is something greater. The best is yet to come. 
  • Humility: thinking of ourselves less and others more
  • Courage: overcoming fear to speak righteousness
  • Distinction: excellence in all we do, and to worthwhile effect 
  • Discipline: ready and willing to commit to long-term growth 

We are looking for a motivated person to teach weekly leadership development courses in our high schools.  You will partner with individual high schools to offer comprehensive leadership courses that identify non-traditional leaders and provide a mentoring crucible for their development. You will also oversee student-led projects that are innovative and tackle our community’s most entrenched issues.
The position will also involve a portion of time devoted to program support which will include office administrative support.  

The position is a full-time position that includes, but is not limited to, the following duties:
1. Program Teaching

  • Study the CTL leadership curriculum, and the field of leadership, and customize to individual schools
  • Teach leadership lessons, in a variety of schools
  • Liaison with advising teacher, administration and CTL to provide customized and streamlined process
  • Coach/mentor students in character and communication
  • Advise/execute high-level, intensive leadership projects

2. Administrative/Clerical

  • Administer pre and post assessment and gather data on program results
  • Provide timely reports both written and verbal to Executive Director
  • Assist with office administration 
  • Assist with major events


  • Ability to communicate with a diverse range of students, including disadvantaged backgrounds
  • Track record of service to Hawaii
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Professional demeanor
  • Self-motivated

Position staff is strongly preferred, but not required, to have the following: 

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • High School Teaching Experience
  • Connection to West Oahu where the majority of teaching will happen

BENEFITS:  Competitive salary, medical coverage and paid vacation
REPORTS TO: Katie Chang, Executive Director
APPLY:  Email resume and cover letter to: