Job Type

Part Time




United States



The Role

Your role stands at the intersection of organizing and the fight to change the odds particularly for children who aren’t getting a fair shot. Stand for Children is currently hiring a new part-time Outreach Coordinator for our Statewide Organizing Program – which will take our organizing to the next level of scale and impact. The Statewide Organizing Program enables us to have a solid ongoing presence in targeted locations to impact state policy decisions and elections and, where strategic to the state work, local policy decisions and elections. The Outreach Coordinator serves in a critical support role in this statewide body of work. The part-time position is responsible for working with schools and community partners to recruit and build strong Stand for Children base committed to acting to win our campaigns which align with our overarching state impact goals. The position works under the supervision of the State Organizing Director, with critical support and collaboration with the Organizer.


Stand for Children is a non-profit education advocacy organization focused on ensuring all students receive a high quality, relevant education, especially those whose boundless potential is overlooked and under-tapped because of their skin color, zip code, first language, or disability. 


Build Pipeline, Educate and Engage:

·        Build Stand for Children pipeline of parent volunteers and community members who are ready and willing to participate and act in activities that boost success at the school(s) assigned;

·        Build a consistent pipeline of several hundred supporters – potentially across multiple school communities;

·        Plan and execute at least 6 Stand for Children workshops to educate and engage parents;

·        Provide simple monthly action opportunities to engage your base of supporters;

·        Through meaningful cultivation and relationship management, identify potential Leaders and Members for the assigned Organizer to pull up the ladder of engagement. Our ladder of engagement functions as a series of increasingly important roles.

Communication and Reporting:

  • The Outreach Coordinator must check-in with the Statewide Organizing Director at least every other week (or bi-monthly) to discuss progress to goals, strategize, plan and discuss ongoing campaigns;
  • The Outreach Coordinator must share hot leads, and provide a list of potential leaders and members for the Organizer to follow-up with on an ongoing basis;
  • The Outreach Coordinator Is responsible for timely collection and management of a variety of data points and ensuring that all data gets entered and is managed for quality;
  • The Outreach Coordinator must submit a monthly progress report to the Organizing Director and participate in an in-person evaluation with the Organizing Director 4-times a year;
  • The Outreach Coordinator must provide regular communication about engagement opportunities and campaign updates to keep the base informed and engaged about what’s coming up;
  • The Outreach Coordinator will periodically meet with community partners, school principals and/or other appropriate staff to provide updates and build awareness/value about the work being done;

·        The Outreach Coordinator may be required to participate in staff meetings, calls, and retreats.


·        Highly organized and responsible self-starter;

·        Ability to facilitate workshops in an engaging and inviting way;

·        Ability to effectively present information and material in a variety of formal settings: one-on-one, small and large groups, consisting of diverse people including parents, community members, educators, school administrators, and Stand staff;

·        Ability to manage and maintain direction and course during the presentation; can adjust and change tactics midstream when something isn’t working;

·        Experience inspiring other colleagues, volunteers, and community members to important and critical organizing work;

·        Ability to communicate and connect with a variety of stakeholders -- parents, school staff and community partners;

·        Ability and willingness to make a large number of phone calls to ensure success;

·        Respect for economic and cultural diversity, experience working with diverse groups of people.


·        Approachability: Is easy to approach and talk to; spends the extra effort to put others at ease; can be warm, pleasant, and gracious; is sensitive to and patient with the interpersonal anxieties of others; builds rapport well; is a good listener;

·        Compassion: Genuinely cares about people; is concerned about their work and non-work problems; is available and ready to help; is sympathetic to the plight of others not as fortunate; demonstrates real empathy with the joys and pains of others;

·        Organizing: Can marshal resources (people, material, support) to get things done; can orchestrate multiple activities at once to accomplish a goal; uses resources effectively and manages time well;

·        Perseverance: Pursues everything with energy, drive, and a need to finish; seldom gives up before finishing, especially in the face of resistance or setbacks;

·        Building Effective Teams: Blends people into teams; creates strong morale and spirit in his/her team; inspires; fosters open dialogue; lets people finish and be responsible for their work; defines success in terms of the whole team; creates a feeling of belonging in the team;

·        Personal Learning/Learning Orientation: Picks up on the need to change personal, interpersonal, and managerial behavior quickly; Desire to learn more and understand; seeks feedback; is sensitive to changing personal demands and requirements and changes accordingly.

Stand for Children consists of two separate entities. Stand for Children, Inc., a grassroots membership organization is exempt under section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code, and Stand for Children Leadership Center, a leadership development organization is exempt under section 501(c)(3)

Stand for Children is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to a diverse and culturally inclusive workplace in which our differences broaden our awareness, enrich our daily experiences and contribute to our collective strength. People of color, members of underrepresented ethnic or socioeconomic populations and bilingual/multi-lingual speakers are strongly encouraged to apply. Roles typically require the ability to be stationary for extended periods of time and to travel to meetings outside of the office; ability to lift more than 10 pounds on occasion; may require the ability to climb stairs.


To apply for this position, please complete the online application and upload a resume and thoughtful cover letter at http://stand.org/careers. No calls please.


Professional Level

None specified

Minimum Education Required

No requirement

How To Apply


To apply for this position, please complete the online application and upload a resume and thoughtful cover letter at http://stand.org/careers. No calls please.