Summer Search Philadelphia is seeking a Post-Secondary Director to play an essential role in implementing, refining, and evaluating innovative ways in which we serve our increasingly growing high school students and post-secondary participants. The Director will have the opportunity to hire and lead an internal team within 36 months (budget dependent) to provide high-quality programming (e.g., advising, career coaching) to our participants: high school seniors, college students and students who choose an alternative pathway. Since the best work does not happen in isolation, we are committed to enjoying this journey and experiencing joy in our work together.
WHAT YOU’LL DO
People Management : Influence, inspire, and support a team of one to two staff responsible for post-secondary program, including an advisor working directly with high school seniors and recent high school graduates.
Provide leadership and support to the post-secondary team and directly...
The director of high school science is responsible for overseeing the development of Ascend’s Common Core-aligned curriculum and assessment, which incorporates both explicit teaching and inquiry learning in grades 9-12. To ensure vertical alignment, the director collaborates with the directors of lower school science and middle school science and any writers and curriculum directors who write, adapt, curate, and pace research-based curricula materials and assessments. This person also collaborates strategically with the managing director of high school math, and the high school leadership team.
Founded in 1999, BUILD’s mission is to use entrepreneurship to ignite the power of youth in under-resourced communities to build Career success, Entrepreneurial mindsets, and Opportunity. We help students become the CEO of their own lives
BUILD’s unique program offers students a four-year entrepreneurship experience designed to develop 21st Century Skills and motivate student engagement in school. Starting in 9th grade, BUILD students work with their peers and community mentors to develop business ideas, pitch to funders and launch real businesses. As students journey through high school and continue to grow their businesses, BUILD helps them explore college and career options, and assists students with the college application process. Entrepreneurship is the spark – college, career, and life success are the goals.
BUILD currently serves approximately 2,000 high school students annually at programs located in the San Francisco Bay Area, Washington DC,...
Waterford.org is an education nonprofit that blends the best aspects of learning science, mentoring relationships, and innovative technologies to form community, school, and home programs that deliver excellence and equity for all learners. Our programs serve over 300,000 children in 43 states every year, maximizing impact while minimizing complexity and cost. We honor the role that family members play at home, and empower them as children’s first teachers, while supporting classroom teachers’ efforts to achieve our shared goal of universal literacy.
Our Commitment to Equity & Inclusion
Waterford’s commitment to inclusive excellence is foundational to achieving our mission of universal literacy. Waterford.org is a mission-driven organization, and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) are at the heart of who we are and what we do. We make space for diverse voices and perspectives, and our values inform our decision making, talent...
The development officer supports Posse Bay Area’s individual, corporate and foundation giving. The development officer is responsible for working with the site director and Posse’s national development team to meet the annual revenue goals and reach higher revenue goals each year. The development officer is responsible for grant reports and writing proposals with accompanying budgets, conducting prospect research, drafting thank you letters and other donor correspondence, planning events, soliciting corporate donations for events, managing development communications with the site director, gift entry, monthly financial reporting, and supporting the work of the rest of the development staff, locally and nationally. The development officer also represents the program to board members, donors, and various other constituent groups. The development officer reports to the director.
The Posse Foundation
101 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA, USA
LENA is hiring a Regional Partnerships Director to oversee growth and strategy implementation in the Mid-Atlantic region, which we define broadly as Pennsylvania, Ohio, Virginia, Kentucky and Maryland. As the Regional Partnerships Director, you will develop and execute on a strategy to build our portfolio of Head Start programs, child care resource and referral agencies, school districts, and other community-based organizations adopting LENA’s transformational technology-enabled programs. You will be responsible for devising a regional pipeline strategy to meet your ambitious targets, and for closing new business and expanding on existing partnerships using a consultative sales approach.
In 2022, you will achieve defined goals including securing sales orders of $750,000 and growing that 4-fold in the next 3 years. The Regional Partnerships Director will report to the Director of Partnerships and Growth and work closely with other members of the Growth team including our...
LENA is hiring a Regional Partnerships Director to oversee growth and strategy implementation in California. As the Regional Partnerships Director, you will develop and execute on a strategy to build our portfolio of Head Start programs, child care resource and referral agencies, school districts, and other community-based organizations adopting LENA’s transformational technology-enabled programs. You will be responsible for devising a regional pipeline strategy to meet your ambitious targets, and for closing new business and expanding on existing partnerships using a consultative sales approach.
In 2022, you will achieve defined goals including securing sales orders of $750,000 and growing that 4-fold in the next 3 years. The Regional Partnerships Director will report to the Director of Partnerships and Growth and work closely with other members of the Growth team including our marketing, philanthropic partnerships, and sales support functions.
About LENA LENA is a game...
The Dartmouth Center for Social Impact seeks an individual with a passion for social impact, an ability to collaborate across various stakeholder groups, and the desire to create best in class programming to serve as Assistant Director for Social Sector Leadership.
The Assistant Director will oversee a portfolio of community-based experiential education programs focused on developing the next generation of social impact leaders. This role involves serving as a member of the Dartmouth Center for Social Impact’s (DCSI) strategic leadership team; management of the Center’s internship, social impact career, and leadership development programs; and leadership of Center-wide communications. This position requires a candidate with deep commitment to, and knowledge of, the social sector, a collaborative work style, communications experience or a willingness to learn, excellent execution and program oversight skills, and the capacity to serve as an inspiring role model and mentor to...
Dartmouth Center for Social Impact
Hanover, NH, USA
Pivotal supports young people in and from foster care to realize their educational and career goals and ensure their equitable access to opportunity. Pivotal envisions a community in which every young person gets the education, career, and life they want for themselves. Using data and evidence-based approaches, Pivotal provides highly individualized academic and career-oriented services to current and former foster youth at the secondary and post-secondary levels.
Pivotal is at an important inflection point as it articulates its approach to growth and builds on the successes of its current model and experiences gained through the pandemic. Pivotal seeks a CEO to lead the organization through this important moment of growth, building and facilitating a data-driven plan that maximizes Pivotal’s unique model, is well resourced, and is anchored in the needs of the young people that Pivotal serves. The next CEO will join a dedicated and caring staff who are deeply...
Candidates for the Program Lead role should embody Spark’s Core Values: being a student and a mentor, working with passion and compassion, committing to collaboration and diversity, aiming high and true, and trusting/respecting each relationship.
Reporting directly to the Program Director (PD), the Program Lead will oversee the day-to-day implementation of Spark’s on-campus programming at five partner schools, resulting in consistently engaged students, supported families, collaborative school partnerships, and enthusiastic volunteers. Leads should expect to spend 80% of their time directly on-site at their respective partner schools.
Program Delivery & Implementation (55%)
Recruit students and facilitate sessions for Spark Lab and Mentorship workshops at partner schools in the Bay Area, supporting Program Coordinators as they lead and facilitate sessions, trouble-shooting student and school issues, and acting as the main...
San Francisco Bay Area, CA, USA
Special Education Center Paraprofessionals (Support Specialists)
DSST Public Schools (DSST) seeks a Special Education Paraprofessionals to join one of the leading charter school organizations in the nation. We serve 6-12th grade students across Denver and Aurora with a mission to transform urban public education by eliminating educational inequity and preparing all students for success in college and the 21st century.
We believe a diverse, equitable and inclusive team leads to innovation, which allows us to better support our students, families, and the community – by valuing race, gender, sexual orientation and all aspects of individual identities.
When reading this job description, we hope you feel energized by what you see, feel and hear. If you believe you could bring passion and commitment to the role but aren't sure you meet every qualification, please apply! Above all, we are looking for people who believe in our mission to eliminate educational inequity....
Special Education Teachers:
DSST Public Schools (DSST) seeks to fill multiple Special Education instructional roles, including a Special Education Autism Center Lead Teacher, as well as Middle and High School Special Education Teachers to join one of the leading charter school organizations in Colorado. DSST Public School’s mission is to transform urban public education by eliminating educational inequity and preparing all students for success in college and the 21st century.
DSST Public Schools seeks teachers with a track-record of raising student achievement to join a team of educators dedicated to providing a rigorous college preparatory program to a diverse population. At DSST Public Schools, teachers are leaders who are responsible for developing and implementing DSST’s curriculum. Teachers also play an integral role in ensuring student success through the support of our school culture, the development and instruction of a rigorous core curriculum, and the use of data...
This is an onsite opportunity, serving as part of Green Dot California’s home office team. Offices are located on South Hill St in Los Angeles, CA.
Eligibility to Work
Eligibility to work at a Green Dot location is contingent upon proof of vaccination status.
About Green Dot California
Green Dot Public Schools California is a non-profit organization whose mission is to help transform public education so ALL students graduate prepared for college, leadership and life. Unique in the nation for a major non-profit charter management organization, Green Dot is proving it can achieve better student outcomes with the same student population, lower per pupil funding than the district and a unionized workforce across our schools in Los Angeles.
Green Dot Public Schools was founded in 1999 in direct response to the poor state of public high schools in the Los Angeles area. Traditional high schools were not graduating over 50% of their...
This is a full-time, onsite opportunity, reporting to the Green Dot California home office location in downtown Los Angeles.
ABOUT GREEN DOT PUBLIC SCHOOLS CALIFORNIA
Green Dot Public Schools California is a non-profit network of public charter schools helping to transform the public education system so that ALL students graduate prepared for college, leadership, and life. Our schools are founded on an unwavering belief in the potential of all students, and there are four key elements to our school model that help us unlock the inherent potential in every student we serve: quality teaching and instruction, a college-going culture, a focus on fostering leadership and life skills, and a focus on eliminating barriers to learning. We have 19 schools and over 11,000 students across Los Angeles. Our schools are located in some of the most underserved communities that have been denied access to high-quality educational opportunities, and we seek to prove that...
DISTRICT MANAGEMENT GROUP - PROJECT MANAGER OF BREAKTHROUGH RESULTS
DMGroup’s headquarters are in Boston, MA. While there is a preference for the successful candidate to be able to perform work via our hybrid in person and remote workplace model, a remote working arrangement can be supported for this role.
As a Project Manager supporting the Breakthrough Results Approach , you will help steer this program and its district partnerships toward success by leading and managing internal processes and external coordination to ensure all stakeholders are making meaningful progress towards shared milestones with efficiency and urgency. As part of this work, you’ll provide program updates to senior leaders both internally and externally as well as support communication(s) for a community of over 250 Performance Coaches. Breakthrough Results is growing rapidly and, as such, you will play an integral role in building and sustaining systems...
Remote (Boston, MA, USA)
About our foundation
The Chamberlin Education Foundation (CEF) is a nonprofit family foundation that advances student success in West Contra Costa, CA. The foundation’s grants and programs are designed to generate improved academic outcomes and long-term educational success for K-12 public school students — particularly Black, Latinx, and other historically under-resourced groups — across West Contra Costa’s 68 public schools.
CEF recently revised its strategic plan and has identified Restorative Student Interventions as a new funding area. Unlike punitive disciplinary practices that isolate students and interfere with learning, restorative approaches enable young people to strengthen classroom connections, engage constructively, maintain or regain academic ground, and continue their personal growth in the classroom alongside their peers. Our team seeks a Program Officer to lead our work in this emerging focus area.
The Program Officer,...
RCG Talent Solutions
San Francisco, CA, USA
ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION
NYSCI is New York City's premier interactive museum of science and technology, as well as a global leader in STEM education and a laboratory for new forms of learning. Founded during the 1964 – 1965 World's Fair, NYSCI is recognized for groundbreaking exhibitions, innovative educational programs, youth development and mentorship, teacher professional development initiatives, and large-scale events that draw children and adults into experiential STEM learning.
Located in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, in the borough of Queens, NYSCI welcomes more than 400,000 visitors annually. The cultural vibrancy and diversity of the audiences NYSCI engages with is one of the museum's greatest assets and informs the institution's commitment to ensuring that the museum's exhibits and programs are accessible and relevant to all.
NYSCI's mission – to nurture generations of passionate learners, critical thinkers and active citizens through an aspirational approach to...
About Overdeck Family Foundation
Overdeck Family Foundation (“the Foundation”) was founded in 2011 by John and Laura Overdeck with the goal of providing all children the opportunity to unlock their potential. The Foundation focuses exclusively on enhancing education, funding efforts both inside and outside of school in the areas of early childhood, informal STEM education, and K-9 programs that include supporting educators and student-centered learning environments. Our grantmaking and strategic support focus on unlocking innovation, evidence, and growth opportunities for organizations and researchers that are committed to accelerating key academic and socioemotional outcomes for all children. The Foundation funds both direct impact organizations and ecosystem efforts that clear the path to scale for our grantees and the work that they do. The Foundation currently has 20 full time employees and anticipates limited staff growth in coming years. John Overdeck is the co-founder...
Role: Training Coordinator
Reports to: Training Operations Manager
The Trevor Project is the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ young people. We are a non-profit that provides 24/7 life-saving support via phone, text, and chat. We also operate the world’s largest safe space social networking site for LGBTQ youth and run innovative research, education, and advocacy programs. We’ve been saving lives every day for over 20 years.
Overview of the role
Our Training Coordinators are responsible for training, tracking, and responding to our adult volunteer-counselors-in-training. Using our online learning platform, Training Coordinators provide structured support and expectations for volunteers, deliver clear and compassionate feedback, and promote volunteer success through rigor and kindness.
Who you are
Organized and efficient. You know how...