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SWAG House is closed until we find a new youth advocate


SouthWest Adolescent Group (SWAG) is seeking a program assistant/youth advocate for SWAG House, Grant County’s new teen center. This is a unique position and requires flexibility, creativity and patience. The program assistant/youth advocate will be responsible for the following:


  • Helping run the day-to-day activities/programs. This may include setting up materials, interacting with teen participants, and offering support if needed.

  • Running errands

  • Opening and closing procedures of the center

  • Listening and responding to participants’ needs

  • Being a trustworthy adult who participants can count on 



  • Must be able to multitask in potentially loud and stressful environments

  • Must remain flexible as your duties may change from day to day, depending on the needs of the program. 

  • Must possess a driver’s license

  • Must be 21+

  • Bilingual Preferred (Spanish/English)

  • Must be punctual and reliable, as there are children depending on you

  • Must pass a criminal background check

  • CPR and First Aid Certification required (after hire)


Experience working with teenagers is preferred, but SWAG House will offer training and workshops as needed and available. 


Hours are Monday-Friday 4:30p-9:30p and some Saturdays. The ideal candidate will be available for at least 25 hours per week. 

For more information about our program, please visit


Please send resume to

or stop by: 

875 Silver Heights Blvd, Silver City. 

No phone calls please. 


It's All About the Kids!

At the SouthWest Adolescent Group (SWAG), we seek to

enrich the lives of adolescents in Grant County by

creating and implementing safe, community-based programs with the unmet needs of teens in mind. These programs will be made available to all adolescents, ages 13-17 without judgment.

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