Assistant Director for K12 Partnerships, Rutgers Camden
Posted by Rutgers Camden on May 21, 2019
Recognized nationally for its work, the Office of Civic Engagement connects Rutgers University–Camden to communities beyond the campus. Working with community partners, the office supports efforts to meet the challenges facing our host city, county, and region through engaged civic learning, volunteerism and service, community-based research, and integrated efforts and partnerships. The Office’s K-12 work is a hallmark of its service. Through it, Rutgers students provide nearly a half a million hours of service, and the University delivers high quality out of school time programming and college preparatory support to K-12 students in the city of Camden.
The Assistant Director of K-12 Partnerships in the Office will provide leadership and oversight to this key initiative of the Rutgers University—Camden Office of Civic Engagement. The Director will supervise the staff responsible for the Rutgers Future Scholars Program, the Hill Family Center for College Access, the Rutgers North Camden Schools Partnership, the Camden City College Access Network, and the First Start Academy at Rutgers. The Assistant Director will build, maintain and strengthen partnerships between the university and K-12 schools. The Assistant Director will manage existing and seek additional funding for K-12 initiatives. The Director will advance the university’s civic engagement work through participation in professional networks and at conferences locally, regionally and nationally. The Assistant Director reports to the Associate Chancellor for Civic Engagement.
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