On a foundation of Christian faith, Martha O’Bryan Center empowers children, youth, and adults in poverty to transform their lives through work, education, employment and fellowship.
The Family Success Network Job Developer works to recruit and align employment opportunities for MOBC families and clients. This position will match client gifts, talent, and skills with corresponding business partner qualifications and expectations, and conduct regular follow-ups with employer and employee after recruitment to ensure placement is the ideal fit.Learn More
The MOBC Early Learning Manager leads our Early Learning Team in a collaborative effort with the rest of the Family Success Network to create safe and inclusive learning environments for children ages 0-5 years of age. The Early Learning Manager works with contracted partners and Early Learning Instructors to create daily, high-quality learning experiences that are developmentally appropriate and differentiated to meet the unique needs of each child.Learn More
MOBC’s Family-Centered Coaches work directly with participants in a collaborative process to help identify and achieve children, caregiver, and family goals. Using Family Centered Coaching, a Family Coach strives to serve the whole family, keeping the participants, in the driver’s seat, and being aware that families are the experts on their own strengths and perceived challenges ahead.Learn More
There are several ways you can make a difference at the Martha O’Bryan Center. You can give your time, money and/or resources.