College Access Coordinator (Contract, Temporary)

Posted by Philadelphia Education Fund on April 13, 2021

The College Access Coordinator at the Philadelphia Education Fund (PEF) will work collaboratively with other College Access Program Coordinators to support an assigned high school in achievement of CAP objectives. They will drive the implementation of college and career readiness activities and services. This position is temporary contract work with possible permanent hire.

The College Access Program (CAP) is a federally funded TRiO Talent Search Program that aims to improve access to postsecondary education for Philadelphia public school students. The program works in partnership with Philadelphia public schools, universities, community groups and businesses, serving more than 1,200 students across five Philadelphia public high schools. Working with a cohort of 212 students, this is a professional direct student-support position responsible for managing the delivery and implementation of core interventions and services, for students and their families, as outlined in annual school-specific College Access Program work plans and budgets. Coordinators execute the plans and develop the types of trusting relationships with students and families that have been shown to foster student success and ensure that students are on track to college admission and completion.

This position will report to the Division Manager and work collaboratively with other Coordinators in the College Access Program and other programs within the Philadelphia Education Fund. A team of nine, the CAP Coordinator will work in an assigned high school in achievement of CAP objectives and will drive the implementation of the college and career readiness activities and services.

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