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College Success Coordinator

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San Francisco Education Fund
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San Francisco, CA
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Publicado hace 28 días

POSITION LOGISTICS 

Employer: San Francisco Education Fund 

Job Title: College Success Coordinator (Supporting Students attending 4-year, Community College or Vocational Institutions)  

Type: Full-time, non-exempt 

Location: San Francisco, CA (currently remote; returning to in-person part time in August) 

Start Date: May or June 2022 

WHO WE ARE 

The San Francisco Education Fund leverages the full power and breadth of our collective resources to invest in the success of SFUSD public school students; mobilizing the community through tutoring and mentoring, scholarships, teacher grants, and corporate school adoption. 

We believe all students deserve an equitable and inclusive education experience and the opportunity to thrive, regardless of race, ethnicity, nationality, socio-economic status, gender, sexual orientation, or other life circumstances. 

We know “It Takes a Community” and we're looking for passionate changemakers dedicated to improving San Francisco public schools to join our team.  

Additional information about the Ed Fund’s programs can be found at www.sfedfund.org.  

 THE ROLE 

The Maisin Scholar Award provides scholarships to 75 graduating seniors from SFUSD high schools each year, roughly a quarter of whom enroll in a two-year college and three quarters in a 4-year institution. We then support these students financially and academically for approximately four years. This position will work closely with the Maisin Program Manager and the program’s other College Success Coordinator to support 4- and 2-year scholars financially and academically for up to six years, including coaching students throughout their time in college through one-on-one check-ins and other workshops.  

YOUR OPPORTUNITY FOR IMPACT 

This role is key to the success of Maisin Scholars in completing a degree/certificate from a 4-year, community college or a vocational trade institution.  

RESPONSIBILITIES 

Student Support & Development: Provideresources and maintain constant communication with our scholars. Support the scholarship renewal process each semester by collecting necessary documents from each scholar to receive funds for the upcoming semester.   

  • Develop Education Plans for all community college students entering the program each year.  Update Ed Plan each year, or as needed. Use career assessments if students are exploring their options for major.  
  • Provide resources and support to each student on your caseload throughout the school year.  
  • Co-facilitate the spring/fall scholarship renewal application process  
  • Flag students who might be having challenges and create a plan of action to support them 
  • Develop and update workshop curriculum to be resourceful and engaging. Set a learning goal for students at each engagement with students.  
  • Provide outreach with scholars, track regular semester check-ins, renewals and other interactions with students in Salesforce 

 

Outreach, Application and Administration Support: Assist with the recruitment of qualified and quality Maisin Scholar applicants.  

  • Support the preparation and distribution of outreach material and scheduling presentations at different high schools, focused on both 2-year and 4-year college bound students  
  • Monitor number of award applications as the deadline approaches   
  • Communicate with schools and CBO’s about applicants from their respective school and work with them to increase the number of completed applications   
  • Support the counselors, teacher, and students as they have questions throughout the application process  
  • Lead and coordinate reviewer and interviewer outreach and support these volunteers through the selection process 
  • Collect and analyze student outcomes and student progress data over time to measure success   

 

Communications & Collaborations: Maintain and create new relationships within our network to better support students.  

  • When partnering with a peer CBO, prepare list of shared scholars to present updates and relevant information  
  • Seek to extend the network and resources available at each scholar’s institution   
  • Maintain communication and strong relationship with existing partners at Community Colleges and 4-year schools 
  • Collaborate with other organizations on different events that contribute to supporting scholars 
  • Maintain appropriate and timely communication with volunteers during scholar selection process   
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Program Team: Be a team player and support the overall goals of our organization.  

  • Create and run reports, document impact and assist with program evaluation  
  • Share best practices at program meetings   
  • Continue to discuss and develop improvements and refinements  
  • Support major events of the organization including co-planning the annual scholar award ceremony, new scholar orientation, and transition to college workshop   

Qualifications 

Required Qualifications:  

  • Minimum BA+2 years of related work experience or 4+ years of related work 
  • At least two years of experience providing college advising and support to youth from historically underrepresented communities. 
  • Understanding of the issues facing and resources available to students who are low-income and the first in their families to attend college 
  • Professional or lived experience  
  • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a commitment to the Ed Fund’s mission 
  • Service-oriented mentality with client (student) first approach 
  • Comfort interfacing with a wide variety of personalities.  
  • Thorough understanding of project management, ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, multitask to prioritize and deliver results; able to work effectively to meet deadlines and goals  
  • Experience leading trainings for large groups of constituents 
  • Demonstrated ability to engage critical thinking and problem-solving skills 
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite  
  • Must pass criminal background check upon receiving an offer. 

 

Desired Qualifications:  

  • Bi-lingual skills in English and Spanish  
  • Experience using Salesforce, Excel to manage data 
  • Strong Adobe Suite skills 
  • Social media communications experience 

 

Other Duties as Assigned  

Contribute to the overall work of the SF Ed Fund as a strong team player who helps out where needed. The Education Fund is a small non-profit agency requiring flexibility from its staff.  

POSITION LOGISTICS 

Employer: San Francisco Education Fund 

Job Title: College Success Coordinator (Supporting Students attending 4-year, Community College or Vocational Institutions)  

Type: Full-time, non-exempt 

Location: San Francisco…

Detalles a Simple Vista

  • Flexibilidad
    A Tiempo Completo
  • Fecha de inicio
    31 de mayo de 2022
  • Educación
    Otros Requisitos Educativos
  • Nivel de Experiencia
    Intermedio
Salario
USD $59.000 - USD $65.000
/ año
Salary is based on 2-7 years of experience in a similar role. The Ed Fund is deeply committed to equity and fairness and therefore salary offers are based on set criteria and are determined in conjunction with an internal equity pay assessment.

Compensación

The San Francisco Education Fund provides additional benefits, including paid holidays, paid time off policy, coverage of employee medical, dental and vision insurance, short-and long-term disability insurance, and access to pre-tax benefit programs such as flexible spending and 401K accounts.

The San Francisco Education Fund provides additional benefits, including paid holidays, paid time off policy, coverage of employee medical, dental and vision insurance…

Nivel de Idiomas

Bi-lingual skills in English and Spanish preferred, but not required.

Bi-lingual skills in English and Spanish preferred, but not required.

Ubicación

Temporalmente A Distancia
El trabajo se puede realizar en o cerca de San Francisco, CA
Ubicación Asociada
2730 Bryant Street, 2nd Floor, San Francisco, CA 94110, United States

Aplicar a: Oportunidad de empleo

Instrucciones:

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. Applications submitted without a cover letter will not be considered. This position will remain open until filled; complete applications will be reviewed as they are received. 

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