The education program coordinator plans, coordinates, and organizes activities and operations related to vocation or career. You will be in charge and monitor the transition process for special education students from school age to being adults. You will research how the students can get grant-funded training and conduct training to develop the students and make them ready for employment opportunities. Similarly, you will compile resources and maintain files relating to the training.
Education program coordinators work mainly as administrative staff. Hence, you must be good with documentation and report writing. Excellent interpersonal skills are also important to be able to relate well with the staff and business owners that are ready to give employment opportunities to the students. Vast knowledge of computer operations and software programs that are used for word processing, spreadsheets, and graphics is equally essential. The Educational/program coordinator earns $21.36 an hour or $44,435 annually.