Corporate Program Coordinator

Job Type

Full Time


Minimum: $47,000
Maximum: $47,000



Application Deadline



2730 Bryant Street, 2nd Floor
San Francisco
United States



Over the past 50+ years, the San Francisco Education Fund ( has honed it approach of bringing community resources – trained volunteers, grants for teachers and corporate partnerships – into classrooms to make a difference for our public school students. The Education Fund is now poised to deepen and grow our impact through a combination of strategic investments in our programs that will accelerate achievement with the students we serve and through a major recruitment effort to get even more community members involved in our schools.

The San Francisco Education Fund’s mission is to harnesses the power of the community to equip every public school student with the skills to succeed in college, career and civic responsibility. We analyze data to target resources where they are needed most, engage volunteers in classrooms and provide grants to educators, to build a bright future for our City and its young people. We focus the community resources –volunteer time and money—most intensively a round three critical milestones on the path to college:

·      Students reading proficiently by the third grade

·      Students successfully completing algebra by the eighth grade

·      Students prepared for and with a plan for college and career


The Corporate Program Coordinator (Coordinator) is responsible for the support of school and corporate partnerships at assigned schools. This individual will interface with Education Fund staff as well as a wide variety of individuals who support our work. S/he will work with school and corporate leads and with Education Fund staff to ensure that those opportunities meet the needs of the partnership. The Coordinator will be a key player in ensuring our partnerships are connected to our work and that participants have a great experience at school site events. City wide events like Hour of Code will require planning and execution by the Coordinator.

The Coordinator will report to the Director of School and Corporate Partnerships.


1.    Implement the Circle the Schools Program at partner schools.

  1.  Work with the company lead and the school team to develop an engagement plan that supports one or more school goals and meets the needs of both the school and the company
  2. ·Lead the implementation of the engagement plan at each school site, including coordinating logistics for a minimum of 3-5 annual events, securing required waivers and/or clearance forms, facilitating regular communication between partners, and updating the plan as necessary
  3. Document details of each engagement activity including photos, quotes and stories, and assist with collection of program evaluations. Update Salesforce database with every event and activity
  4. Build school and corporate engagement by addressing challenges, sending thank you notes, and ensuring both partners needs are met
  5. At the end of the year create and distribute invoices, impact reports and surveys to school and corporate leads
  6. Support the development and execution of successful Hour of Code events at schools throughout SFUSD

2.    Develop and maintain relationships with school staff and corporate partners.

  1. Provide excellent customer service to corporate leads, school leadership and key staff at partner schools
  2. Cultivate individual volunteers from partner companies as supporters of the Education Fund.
  3. Maintain and develop current relationship status and activity information about corporate contacts in the Ed Fund’s Salesforce database
  4. Broker win-win solutions for challenges within the partnership
  5. Facilitate communication between the school and corporate leads; lead beginning of the year planning meetings, mid-year check-ins and end of the year debrief meetings

3.    Provide logistical management of Circle the School events.

  1. Before the event ensure that all details are in place and confirmed with school and corporate leads being particularly mindful of clearance details
  2. Attend majority of partnership events and work with your manager when you are unable to attend an event
  3. Be the main point of contact and ensure a minimum 3 -5 events happen at each site during the course of the year
  4. During the event ensure there is a lead to facilitate registration, volunteer engagement and capture the event
  5. Support protocol development and program improvement

4.   Support protocol development and program improvement efforts.

  1. With the Circle the Schools team, document best practices for corporate engagement and provide suggestions for process and program improvements
  2. Support development of protocols for Hour of Code and other city wide events, suggest and develop new engagement activities that can be packaged and replicated across multiple sites

5.    Provide support at volunteer events.

  1. Place volunteers at any Anchor Schools that are on the Coordinator’s school roster
  2. Assist with Education Fund special events such as our Back to School Gala, Young Professionals spring fundraiser, Volunteer Recognition Event and Maisin Scholar Award Ceremony

6.   Participate as a member of the Program Team.

  1. Support development, planning, and execution of volunteer trainings
  2. Support broader Ed Fund work around school engagement and contribute to broader program strategic planning
  3. Support on department-wide and organization-wide events and special projects

7.    Other duties as assigned.


  1. Bachelors degree or equivalent work experience.
  2. Commitment to improving public education through community involvement.
  3. Ability to work collaboratively with diverse stakeholders, including business executives, school leaders, teachers, and volunteers.
  4. Strong project management skills including the ability to handle multiple deadlines and competing priorities with demonstrated results.
  5. Excellent written and oral communication skills, including public speaking and presentation skills; service-oriented mentality with client first approach.
  6. Comfort interfacing with a wide variety of personalities.
  7. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  8. Action-oriented problem-solving abilities.
  9. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite.
  10. Must pass criminal background check.


·      Passion for education and desire to aid students.

·      Strong Adobe Suite skills

·      Interest in and commitment to public education and/or volunteer service.

·      Prior work in education, foundations or nonprofits.

·      Experience managing large groups of constituents.

·      Bi-lingual skills in English and Spanish and/or Cantonese.


While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to walk; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, and ability to adjust focus. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

In the performance of the duties of this job, the employee is required to travel to school sites on a weekly basis, communicate using telephone and email.


The Education Fund provides a competitive salary of $47,000, commensurate with experience along with a generous benefits package including vacation, medical, dental, vision, short and long term disability, a 401(k) retirement plan and other fringe benefits.

Preferred Start Date: As soon as possible


AA/EOE. The San Francisco Education Fund is committed to building a culturally diverse staff and strongly encourages women, people of color, individuals with disabilities and veterans to apply.

No phone calls, please. Email cover letter and resume, as one Word document or PDF file, to Camille Stone ( with “Corporate Program Coordinator” in the subject line. Resumes submitted without cover letters will not be reviewed. This position will remain open until filled; complete applications will be reviewed as they are received.



The Education Fund provides a competitive salary of $47,000, commensurate with experience along with a generous benefits package including vacation, medical, dental, vision, short and long term disability, a 401(k) retirement plan and other fringe benefits.

Preferred Start Date: as soon as possible

Professional Level

None specified

Minimum Education Required

No requirement