[22-23] College Partnerships Manager

Position Details

  • Job Title: [22-23] College Partnerships Manager
  • Department: High School
  • Job Category: Shared Services

The Opportunity

Harlem Village Academies is a community of educators working to build an urban school district based on the ideals and tenets of progressive education. HVA is the lab school for the Progressive Education Institute.

As a Social Worker at HVA High School, you play a vital role in ensuring that each student fully realizes his or her potential. You partner with students, families, teachers, and staff to help students overcome and/or successfully manage barriers that negatively impact their academic, social, and emotional success at school. You provide counseling to our students in individual and group settings. You lead the way in managing crises and ensuring that students have access to outside resources as needed. You guide teachers and other staff to effectively address student issues.

Our ideal candidate is an extremely smart, passionate, and self-motivated top performer with proven clinical, teamwork, and communication skills. You get around any obstacle in order to do what's best for a child. The word bureaucracy makes a cold chill go down your spine. You're thrilled to work with talented educators and you thrive as part of a high-performing, committed, and hardworking team.

Responsibilities

Early Exposure Programming

  • Cultivate relationships and grow our portfolio of external program partnerships;
  • Design program matching processes for year-round enrichment opportunities;
  • Establish annual scope and sequence for application management and matriculation;
  • Liaise with College Partners offering Dual Enrollment opportunities for students;
  • Manage Transformative Summer program in partnership with Development Office
  • Liaise with the Development team to cultivate career-oriented exposure opportunities
    (examples include: internships, shadowing, mentorships, and more).

Early Exposure Programming

  • Collaborate with HVA College Guidance Team to identify scholarship candidates
  • Oversee application process for programs including but not limited to Posse, QuestBridge, Jack Kent Cooke, Coca-Cola Foundation, and more
  • Source new scholarship opportunities and support student candidacy

You Have:

  • An unwavering sense of hope and commitment to student success;
  • A passion for cultivating and maintaining a team-oriented, mission-driven culture;
  • Energy, passion, and zest for the work (sense of humor helps too ☺)
  • Experience working with underrepresented and diverse student populations;
  • Demonstrated project management experience and strong attention to detail;
  • An ability to connect and cultivate relationships with a variety of stakeholders, including, external counterparts, cross-departmental colleagues, internal leadership, and students and families;
  • And lastly, a desire to innovate, collaborate, and grow while working towards a more equitable future.

Organizational Culture

Our team is passionately committed to the vision and values of Harlem Village Academies; have a positive mindset; a very strong work ethic; and an inner drive for excellence. The ideal candidate will thrive working within an entrepreneurial and results-driven environment.

Harlem Village Academies is an Equal Opportunity Employer and committed to diversity among our staff. Applicants of diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.

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