Goddard and Isaacs Center are announcing their strategic alignment this month—the culmination of a series of conversations between our leaders over the course of the last few years. As institutions we have a lot in common: we’re both community-based organizations that work closely with public housing tenants; we’re members of United Neighborhood Houses, the umbrella organization for historic settlement houses across the city.
Organization Overview: The Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center (Isaacs Center) is a neighborhood-based, nonprofit, multi-service organization founded in 1964. Our mission is to promote social and physical well-being and encourage growth, self-reliance and dignity throughout every stage of life. Today, the Isaacs Center endeavors to provide effective and innovative community-based programs that reach 6,000 children and families, disconnected youth, and isolated and homebound seniors in Yorkville and East Harlem each year.
Position Summary: Reporting to the Assistant Director of Workforce Development and Education, the Recruitment and Admissions Coordinator is responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive recruitment strategy that will yield Isaacs Center 500-600 interested students annually. The Recruitment and Admissions Coordinator will utilize strategic partnerships with community-based organizations, social media, alumni to achieve recruitment targets.
The Recruitment and Admissions Coordinator will work with staff from specific programs and the Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator to develop, streamlining and constantly improve admissions projects that ease access to programming for prospective students and allow the organization to consistently source interested and qualified young adults.
Qualifications and Experience:
The Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center is an equal opportunity employer and considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status.
Goddard and Isaacs Center are announcing their strategic alignment this month—the culmination of a series of conversations between our leaders over the course of the last few years. As institutions we have a lot in common: we’re both…