Program Coordinator, Center for Social Impact Strategy

Posted by University of Pennsylvania on October 19, 2021

Job Description Summary

The Program Coordinator will support the functions of the Center for Social Impact Strategy (CSIS). The Center is a research and action organization based at the School of Social Policy and Practice. The Center supports research initiatives, online education, residential programs, and campus events for individuals interested in social impact.

Under the direction of the Managing Director, Faculty Director, and Program Manager, the Program Coordinator will implement aspects of the Center’s online, on-campus, and residential programs. The Program Coordinator will enact project goals, budgets, and coordinate communications and work among a team of CSIS staff, part-time instructors, student interns, and vendors that will work together to enact the educational mission of each project.

The coordinator will have a portfolio of projects that relate to online and residential educational programs, including but not limited to CSIS’s online Executive Programs and Impact House program, doctoral fellows program, and other educational initiatives. CSIS currently has five executive programs, lasting four-to-eight months each, includes 20-150 students, and ~$900,000 budget each; five off-site week-long residential programs featuring 18-30 students with roughly ~$100,000 budget each; and three massive open online classes featuring more than 10,000 learners each. We refer to each Impact House and Executive Program, or the development of an online class offering, as a project. Associated with each project is its own recruitment and admissions cycle and educational team, comprised of part- and full-time instructional and logistics staff.

Learn more and apply.

More in "Job Opportunities/AmeriCorps Opportunities"

Stay Current in Philly's Higher Education and Nonprofit Sector

We compile a weekly email with local events, resources, national conferences, calls for proposals, grant, volunteer and job opportunities in the higher education and nonprofit sectors.