Apply to be a part of the Boys & Girls Club family at the Southern Ute Indian Tribe Employment Website. Applications are accepted year-round and hiring occurs as needed. Employees of Boys and Girls Club gain personal and professional development through monthly in-Club training, regional and local training, and daily interaction with our most valuable teachers – our youth.
Boys and Girls Club staff are carefully screened and interviewed before being hired to work with the children. Staff have extensive training and most of all have a passion for the children and maximizing their potential.
Bruce is enrolled in the Rosebud Sioux Tribe. Bruce has worked with Native American Youth for the past 30 years. Before joining the Boys and Girls Club of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe, Bruce worked for the Durango School District as the Title VII Family/School Coordinator. Bruce was also a Program Director for the Durango Project of Intermountain Centers for Human Development. Intermountain operated residential behavioral treatment program for Native American Adolescents in Group Homes, Foster Homes and a Semi-Independent Living program. Bruce is a peacetime veteran; he served in the United States Army as a Combat Engineer. He was a squad leader and reached the rank of Sergeant.
Sara Santistevan is an enrolled member of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe. Sara has joined the Boys and Girls Club of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe beginning in April of 2017 as an Administrative Assistant.
“I am looking forward to working alongside the experienced staff of the Boys & Girls Club, and the families and youth in the community. I will strive to provide a professional and courteous working environment. Building positive relationships with the youth and community members is what I am most looking forward to gaining with my career with the Boys and Girls Club.”
Cass has been with Boys & Girls Club since 2011 and has expanded her position from Program Aide to Program Coordinator to Behavioral Coordinator and most recently Site Director. Cass graduated from Fort Lewis College with a bachelor’s degree in Sociology/Criminology.
“My favorite part of working for BGC is the relationships that we get to build; not only with our club members, but other youth in the community, other entities in the surrounding communities, and people involved in the Boys & Girls Club movement across the country.”
“I have been with the Boys and Girls Club since the summer of 2013. During my time as a Program Aide, I implemented programs for Character and Leadership. Some of my favorite program activities were Random Acts of Kindness, SMART Moves and the Bully Project. In my years at BGC, I have grown from my position of a Program Aide to the first full-time Program Aide and now the Program Coordinator. My favorite part of the work that we do is watching the kids grow up into young adults.”
Lillianna Baker- Behavioral Coordinator
“My name is Lillianna Baker. I was raised in Phoenix, Arizona and graduated from Grand Canyon University with a Bachelor of Science in Sociology. I have worked with BGC in the past as a summer program aide and enjoyed all the relationships built within this department. I am now the BGC Behavioral Coordinator and am excited for what this position has in store for me.”
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