American Heritage Girls is now hiring a full time National Program Manager. This position can be fulfilled remotely and does not require the applicant to be in AHG, Inc.’s hometown of Cincinnati, OH.
If you would like to be a part of American Heritage Girls’ Staff, consider whether your skills and calling match the ministry job description listed below. Resumes may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Hundreds of adult leaders from across the nation have gathered in Mason for the fifth annual American Heritage Girls conference.
More than 300 people are expected to attend the Cincinnati-based organization’s national conference held through Saturday at Christ Church in Mason.
This year’s conference is the organization’s largest yet, said Jody Token, national public relations coordinator.
AHG has grown by an “unprecedented” 30-50 percent each year since its inception in 1995 and now boasts more than 20,000 members across 47 U.S. state and four countries, she said.
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National Convention starts today! Are you attending? The theme this year is Connect, Care, Challenge, Celebrate — what do you expect to bring home? Which workshop or presenter are you most looking forward to?
American Heritage Girls partnered with the NURFC in Fall 2009 to provide girl members with the opportunity to earn requirements for the Freedom Seekers badge. NURFC is a one of a kind museum located in Cincinnati, OH. The purpose of the center is to tell the story of the struggle for freedom in the United States through exhibits and programs that focus on the history of America’s battle to rid slavery. It includes the stories of the many men and women of all backgrounds who hated slavery and their development of a secret network of escape routes that came to be called “the Underground Railroad.” http://www.nurfc.org/