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Education Program Manager

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
June 22, 2019

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TAMMY MOLTER **** South **th Street

414-***-**** or Milwaukee, WI 53215


Community Outreach Management

Grant and Budget Management

Program and Project Development and Management

Video and Web Page Content Writer

Client Public Relations

Grant Peer Reviewer

Staff and Volunteer Trainer

Curriculum Development and Evaluation


Program Development:

Communicate and manage team environment in developing programs - working with staff, community,

volunteers, Board and Program Services Committee at non-profit organizations

Chair committees with community leaders to develop initiatives and programs to address community issues

Collaborate with youth and school leaders to develop programs to promote prevention initiatives

Manage, plan and schedule numerous educational programs, tripling the number of programs provided

per year in the state

Write and present sessions at national and state conferences on unique programs developed in WI

Collaborate with Milwaukee Public School health teachers to produce curriculum on women and bleeding

disorders for 9th grade health classes

Research and write educational content and develop resources for creation of new web sites and web pages

Coordinate the productions of videos to promote youth substance abuse prevention, engineering careers

and health and educational information for state, national and international distribution

Partner with engineering professors and CEO’s of corporations to develop web-based programs on importance

of research and development to industry

Research, develop and write adult education workshops and curriculum on life-style skills

Write and implement children’s summer camp/school programs at museum and UWM for ages 4-14 years

Develop and write curriculum for museum programs on various subjects such as math, history and biology

Revise and develop educational activities for museum overnight program, more than doubling the number of

educational programs offered

Program Management:

Write grants and proposals to local and national organizations to fund coalition initiatives

Manage grant budget and reporting responsibilities for federal coalition grant

Determine and implement Community Coalition philosophies, goals and policies aligning with twelve sector representatives and requirements from three grants

Compile and evaluate participant interviews and surveys for all programs over past 12 years, assessing and

evaluating over 50 programs

Write and balance budgets on a monthly, quarterly and yearly basis for all programs at last four positions –

successfully managing programs to increase revenues and decrease expenses

Manage scholarship funds for educational and hemophilia camp programs, awarding over 40 total scholarships per year

Organize yearly hemophilia educational weekend increasing family attendance by 10-20% from each previous year

Coordinate and promote engineering competition, increasing the teams and sites participating

Evaluate and advise prospective students for certified nursing assistant classes at healthcare company

Interview, evaluate, hire and train staff of education presenters and volunteers for various program

Organize Milwaukee Public School 6th grade summer school program for over 250 students at museum

Schedule and staff overnight scout groups of over 200 people per month for museum

Marketing and Public Relations:

Strengthen collaboration between West Allis West-Milwaukee community, education and government

organizations, to support the efforts of the coalition

Recruit and promote coalition to community members and businesses, maintaining positive relationships

Staff informational booth at health fairs and medical conventions in Wisconsin, increasing public

and medical awareness of bleeding disorders

Publicize and promote programs on alcohol and drug prevention, fluid power careers and hemophilia awareness

within the community

Cultivate contacts at Milwaukee Area Girl Scouts and Boy Scout Councils to promote badge programs

Promote engineering competition to collect sponsorships to cover the full cost of each program

Promote and conduct museum outreach programs

Staff booth at teacher’s conventions and museum conferences

Conduct visitor interviews and surveys at museum to assess programs educational content


Present sessions at national conferences on successful grant funded programs, community collaborations,

women’s programs, production of videos and sibling issues

Teach hands-on and interactive summer camp classes for 6-10 year olds on archaeology at UWM

Conduct adult education classes for life-style skills

Train staff and volunteers on museum educational activities and tour information

Teach MPS museum summer school program for five years on 6th grade math and language

proficiencies with 90% of students successfully promoted to 7th grade

Conduct teacher in-service workshops on museum resources relating to science for two years

Teach museum school tour programs, summer camps and overnight programs

Research, Writing and Editing:

Evaluate and assemble materials to create and update web pages

Produce brochures, postcards, articles and website information to promote programs and services

Edit and write monthly newsletter for 3 years for the hemophilia foundation

Write, research and implement children’s summer camp programs and scout badge programs


West Allis-West Milwaukee Community Coalition

Coalition Director


National Fluid Power Association

Workforce Development Program Manager

Great Lakes Hemophilia Foundation

Educator and Program Services Coordinator

Quality Healthcare Options

Workshop Coordinator-Educator

University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee College for Kids Summer Camp Program


Milwaukee Public Museum

Overnight Coordinator-Educator


Graduate of Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI

Bachelor of Arts - Anthropology / Minor Chemistry and Biology

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