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Career Opportunities

 Do you want to work for an incredibly rewarding organization? Do you want to see the fruits of your labors in your clients’ successes? Phyllis Wheatley Community Center (PWCC) is an established nonprofit located in North Minneapolis and is looking for dedicated and qualified people to join our staff! 

To apply for the open positions listed below, click the Opportunities button. We can't wait to meet you! 

Current Opportunities

Organizational Information

Phyllis Wheatley Community Center (PWCC) creates pathways for individuals to discover their strengths and take control of their futures. The programs reflect the needs of the people of North Minneapolis, a majority-African American population that has faced barriers to economic prosperity for decades. The programs provide skills training, family restorative courses, early childhood education, and other programming that allows people to lift themselves up and develop in areas that can open opportunities and remove obstacles to success.


Diversity and open expression are fundamental to the work of MACC. We are passionate about building and sustaining an inclusive and equitable working environment where everyone can belong. Every member of our team enriches our work by exposing us to a broad range of ways to understand and engage with the world, identify challenges, and to discover, design, and deliver solutions. We welcome everyone to apply, especially those individuals who are underrepresented in our sector: individuals who identify as BIPOC, LGBTQI+ and gender fluid or gender nonconforming, individuals with disabilities (both seen and unseen), veterans, people of any age or family status. We encourage you to apply even if you feel like you don't fit 100% of the technical requirements. Equal Opportunity Employer: All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, disability, marital status, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, familial status, genetic information or a protected veteran’s status.

Administrative Assistant
Quality Parenting Academy


  • Update and maintain office documents accurately and efficiently.

  • Organize parent education classes and workshops based on identified needs.

  • Build curriculum booklets.

  • Connect client families with PWCC partners by coordinating access to family wrap-around resources.

  • Develop a filing system to organize documents and records.

  • Assist in the scheduling of appointments and preparation of regularly scheduled reports.

  • Support routine requests for group facilitators.

  • Actively participate in community resource planning and related work to establish and foster strong partnerships.

  • Exhibit flexibility in day-to-day operations and in providing needed services to families.

  • Participates in activities designed to ensure program quality.

Case Manager – Quality Parenting Circle
  • Maintain a caseload of 20-35 families, checking in with them regularly to provide support with problem solving and accomplishing individualized goals.

  • Provide information and referrals to emergency shelters, permanent housing, chemical or mental health providers, food resources, and other resources as needed.

  • Maintain accurate client notes, files, and other documentation.

  • Develop relationships with community partner organizations that provide services to crime victims to ensure access and responsiveness to clients’ needs.

  • Assess risk for violence or other abuse and conduct safety planning.

  • Adhere to the ethical and legal codes and policies regarding client confidentiality.

  • Facilitate groups and assist in program curriculum development and modification.

  • Collect and report necessary data.

  • Assist the organization in maintenance of a current certification as a Quality Parenting Initiative site.

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