Executive Director Position

Dove's Nest

 

Are You Being Called to Join Dove's Nest? 
Applications are now being accepted for our executive director position

 

The Dove's Nest board of directors recently accepted the resignation of our executive director, Anna Groff, with mixed emotions. First, we felt immense gratitude for the six years of work and countless lives affected by her phenomenal work. Then, we felt grief at the loss of such a well-suited and uniquely gifted ED. Finally, we were filled with hope about the future possibilities given the groundwork Anna laid out as well as hope for her in this new leg of her journey as she begins a professorship at Goshen College. Given Anna's departure, we are delighted to open up the search process for her replacement. Dove's Nest is committed to building a diverse space where all our faith communities are represented. We strongly encourage applications from candidates of color / candidates who have been historically disadvantaged and marginalized. Interested parties can use this online application form. The full job description can be found HEREApply today and help us continue our mission of keeping children and youth safe!


 

38-Minute Training Video Available

This 2020 abuse prevention and healthy boundaries training video is designed specifically for adults volunteering in faith communities, such as churches, camps, or schools. It is available to you and the adult volunteers at your church for a one-time fee of $75. For $200, we offer the video and a one-hour Zoom discussion facilitated by a Dove's Nest expert. See a one-minute preview of the training here!
Steps to access the video:
1. Pay the one-time $75 fee online or by mailing a check.
2. Notify Nancy Kauffmann (info@dovesnest.net) that you made this payment for the video.
3. A link to download or stream the training video will be sent to you in one business day. 
4. The video can be viewed an unlimited amount of times.  

Dove's Nest's mission is to empower and equip faith communities to keep children and youth safe in their homes, churches, and communities. "Let the children come to me. Don't stop them! For the Kingdom of God belongs to those who are like these children"  (Luke 18:16 NLT).