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John Harmelink

Youth Program Manager

East Madison Community Center

HQ Phone: (608) 249-0861

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East Madison Community Center

8 Straubel Court

Madison, Wisconsin 53704

United States

Company Description

EMCC was formed in 1966 out of a community need to help expand activities for area youth and adults. The Center began in humble quarters in a small apartment, initially providing youth with structured activities and adults with a neighborhood-based meetin ... more

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Special Education Teacher In the Program


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John has been EMCC's Youth Program Manager since 1992. He is responsible for developing and implementing youth programs, supervising a large youth staff, directing EMCC's Summer Day Camp and coordinating a wide variety of collaborative projects with community-based organization and schools in Madison. John's impressive credentials include: being a Madison Metropolitan School District teacher for the past 8 years (Homebound Program); a bachelor's degree in Education from the University of Wisconsin; certified AODA prevention specialist; educator in the Madison Juvenile Detention program and Shelter Home; tutor for the Community Adolescent Program; after school program supervisor in Madison and Sheboygan, Wisconsin; ROAR supervisor (University of Wisconsin - Madison School of Medicine program for at-risk youth; and more. John has received numerous honors and recognition for program excellence, including HUD, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Dane County Courts and various prevention/intervention award recognition. In October 2006, John was selected as the only recipient of the Wisconsin State Journal's Youth Services Inc. "Wohlman Award" for outstanding personal commitment to bettering the lives of children and youth in Madison.

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John was nominated by Tom Moen of the East Madison Community Center.
John was nominated for serving 25 years as a humble, dedicated worker remaining quietly under the radar. When he was hired as the East Madison Community Center's Youth Program Manager in 1991, he inherited a well-established, yet fragmented Youth Program and turned the program into one of Madison's most effective and diverse services for kids living on the north and east side. In addition, his work for two decades for the Madison Metropolitan School District as a Special Education Teacher in the NEON program provided specialized educational services for eighth grade students who were removed from regular school program because of extreme behavior issues, while he also doubled as a MMSD on-site supervisor. He was also recognized for implementing programs such as Alternatives to Violence, Fit for the Future, Academic Improvement through Minority Mentors (AIMM) and the Friday night Positive Options Prevention Program. In the past 25 years, youth programs such as these have earned the Center national, state and local awards. His passion and energy are the catalysts that generate the enthusiasm and effective outcomes for thousands of children. John has also served as a mentor, resource and collaborator for youth activities at Vera Court and Kennedy Heights Community Centers.

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