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America Needs You is looking for dynamic professionals to join our vibrant, growing, and entrepreneurial organization.

Benefits

  • Employer-sponsored health, dental and vision insurance
  • Three weeks paid vacation, plus additional time off, such as floating holidays and Summer Fridays
  • Flexible Spending Account and 403(b) savings plans
  • Extensive professional development and training opportunities
  • Connections to a large, high-powered professional network

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“Working at ANY has shown me what it’s like to be a part of a team that truly cares about the impact we make, both in the world and in the workplace. I’m so inspired by our Fellows and their accomplishments, and I know the work that I do wouldn’t be the same without the support that ANY and my coworkers provide to me as a young professional.”

— Ariana Seymore, Former CA Program Manager

ANY Celebrates Diversity!

We care deeply about creating a diverse and inclusive space for our Fellows, volunteers, stakeholders and staff, and strongly encourage first-generation college graduates and talented individuals of all backgrounds to apply. We actively seek to learn from a variety of perspectives and are an equal opportunity employer in accordance with state and federal law. Read more about our Core Values and commitment to Diversity and Belonging at here.

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“I love being able to bring my authentic self to work each day. As a Program Coordinator, I loved working directly with first-generation college students like myself. Over time, though, I decided to focus on my passion for numbers, leading to my current role as CFO. I am so grateful to work at an organization that invests in its people

— Adrienne Boykin, CFO

Open Positions

Are you ready to directly impact the lives of first-generation college students and champion economic mobility for all?

About Us
Did you know that only 21% of low-income, first-generation college students complete four-year college degrees? While there are a multitude of college access programs for high school seniors and job assistance programs for low-wage earners, there are few programs that ensure first-generation students stay in school and build the skills necessary to prepare for long-term careers. This is where America Needs You (ANY) comes in.

ANY provides first-generation college students with transformative mentorship and intensive career development. Founded in 2009 and headquartered in New York City with operations in New York, New Jersey, Illinois and California, ANY delivers an impactful, standardized national Fellows program and curriculum that touches hundreds of students each year. ANY has ambitious growth goals to increase the number of students served by growing our Fellows Program to serve 1,000 students annually and launching an entirely virtual program, FirstGenU, to serve thousands of additional students.

Position Overview
The California Executive Director (ED) is the face of ANY in the community and a champion for first-generation college students, who will lead and grow their team and market to achieve more impact. A passionate mobilizer and result-oriented changemaker, the ED leads our California site and is responsible for its performance, growth, funding and success. Reporting directly to the Chief Operating Officer (COO), the ED will be tasked with setting and articulating a compelling site strategy; fundraising and external affairs; overseeing program delivery, partnerships, and people; and providing overall nonprofit leadership and management. The ED will also work closely with the CEO and Chief External Affairs Officer (CEAO) to lead local fundraising and external affairs.

This inspirational leader is passionate about ANY’s mission, is highly collaborative, has a hunger for developing strong partnerships and raising critical funds, has a track-record of achieving excellence, and demonstrates proven success in managing the day-to-day operations of a growing organization. The ED will have a growth-mindset and execute ANY’s current program, while also focusing on opportunities for growth.

The position is based in California and is currently hybrid, requiring in-person attendance at monthly Saturday workshops, and in-person attendance at other work-related events/meetings, as needed.

Responsibilities

  • Leadership and Strategy: Deliver ANY’s vision and strategic plan in the local site, engaging with Leadership, the Board, staff, and as appropriate, external stakeholders to develop and evaluate local site strategy and ANY’s exciting growth plans.
  • Fundraising and External Affairs: Evaluate, develop, and execute the site’s fundraising strategy to identify and prioritize funding sources to meet funding targets and diversify revenue streams. Serve as the face and primary spokesperson of ANY locally.
  • Program Growth and Partnerships: Grow the site, and build higher education and corporate partnerships for internships and volunteer and Fellow recruitment pipelines.
  • Site Management and Performance: Oversee delivery, quality control, and evaluation of programs. Prepare annual operating budgets, manage resources and site expenses within budget guidelines and the strategic roadmap. Day-to-day management of local team.
  • Board Management: Actively manage and a grow a local 10-15 person Advisory Board, recruiting and engaging a diverse group of board members.


What does success look like?

  • A financially healthy site that raises its budget each year and is well-known and regarded in the community
  • A program people love coming to and getting our incredible students through graduation and into jobs! (Goals: 90% college graduation, 90% internships and employment annually.)
  • Program growth to serve 200+ Fellow and Mentor Coach pairs annually
  • College partnerships and relationships that support enrollment of 1,000+ students into ANY’s national virtual program, FirstGenU
  • A highly engaged site team and Advisory Board with a healthy, feedback-rich, continuously-learning, mission-driven and collaborative culture


Skills and Qualifications
 

  • Bachelor’s Degree required
  • 5-10 years of professional experience, including proven experience leading and managing high performing teams and programs or projects
  • Experience leading successful fundraising campaigns or possess a curiosity to learn and do this well; possesses a baseline ability to negotiate with and influence others
  • Experience mobilizing and inspiring diverse stakeholders
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills, including public speaking, writing and editing; relationship management with demonstrated ability of building and sustaining community relationships/partnerships
  • Strong management and coaching skills with the ability to give effective and direct feedback and provide results-focused and motivational management
  • Experience and comfort managing and using data effectively
  • Embodies ANY’s Core Values and commitment to Diversity and Belonging
  • We invite candidates from both the for-profit and non-profit sectors; experience working in and with communities resembling those of ANY is helpful
  • As ANY workshops are held once a month on Saturdays, this position will require flexibility and willingness to work nontraditional work hours


To Apply

Please submit a cover letter and resume to jobs@americaneedsyou.org (subject line: California Executive Director – Last_Name, First_Name). Please note that your application will not be considered without a cover letter. No phone calls please.

Salary for this position is in the range of $100,000 to $120,000.

Are you ready to directly impact the lives of first-generation college students and champion economic mobility for all?

About Us
Did you know that only 21% of low-income, first-generation college students complete four-year college degrees? While there are a multitude of college access programs for high school seniors and job assistance programs for low-wage earners, there are few programs that ensure first-generation students stay in school and build the skills necessary to prepare for long-term careers. This is where America Needs You (ANY) comes in.

ANY provides first-generation college students with transformative mentorship and intensive career development. Founded in 2009 and headquartered in New York City with operations in New York, New Jersey, Illinois and California, ANY delivers an impactful, standardized national Fellows program and curriculum that touches hundreds of students each year. ANY has ambitious growth goals to increase the number of students served by growing our Fellows Program to serve 1,000 students annually and launching an entirely virtual program, FirstGenU, to serve thousands of additional students.


Position Description

America Needs You – California was launched in 2016. The California program includes monthly Saturday workshops and several additional transfer support sessions and program events per year. This local site delivers professional development workshops to two classes of Fellows (ambitious, first-generation college students) and their Mentor Coaches (accomplished young professionals). The California team works with national staff on curriculum design and development, provides holistic, career services support to Fellows and recruits a new class of Fellows and Mentor Coaches each year.

This role ensures the successful implementation of the ANY-CA program and helps manage and cultivate stakeholder relationships. The Program Manager assists the Executive Director with fundraising and special initiatives and events and helps ensure quality and consistency of the program’s services and deliverables. The Program Manager serves as the liaison with the Associate Board and leads Mentor Coach Recruitment. The Program Manager helps develop and maintain formal partnerships with colleges, universities, and corporations with the aim of securing recruitment and in-kind support. The Program Manager also works with Career Success Coordinators to oversee case management and internship support for Fellows and Mentor Coaches.

The CA Program Manager manages two Career Success Coordinators, and reports directly to the California Executive Director. The position is based in Los Angeles and is currently hybrid, requiring in-person attendance at monthly Saturday workshops, and in-person attendance at other work-related events/meetings, as needed.

Our Ideal Candidate

  • Is committed to ANY’s mission of supporting ambitious, first-generation college students
  • Is excited about building their skills in facilitation, advising, career counseling and event planning
  • Is passionate about data and analytics to improve outcomes for first-generation college students


We Offer

  • A warm, collaborative work environment with a rich culture of support and feedback
  • A generous benefits package (health/dental insurance, 403(b), FSA, three weeks vacation, etc.)
  • Ongoing internal and external opportunities for professional development
  • Connections to a large, high-powered professional network


Responsibilities include

  • Work with Career Success Coordinators and Executive Director to oversee logistics and operations to ensure Saturday workshops and other program events (1) run smoothly, (2) create a positive and challenging learning environment for Fellows and Mentor Coaches, and (3) provide an engaging experience for visitors and guests
  • Manage the CA program calendar and work with national staff to ensure program consistency and quality
  • Facilitate at Saturday workshops
  • Oversee the recruitment, training and management of Fellows and volunteers, including application and selection, onboarding, matching, program tracking, and dismissals/rematching
  • Oversee case management services offered to Fellows and Mentor Coaches
  • Manage staff to ensure consistent data, program tracking, survey distribution and collection, and Salesforce utilization
  • Collaborate with the Executive Director on local development and fundraising; engage alumni and supporters
  • Oversee Mentor Coach Recruitment
  • Oversee the local alumni tracking and alumni support services
  • Assist in the management of strategic partnerships to secure internships and volunteers, as well as connect Fellows to community resources
  • Assist in the marketing of the program to key constituents and ensure the website, social media accounts and collateral materials are current and engaging
  • Manage the California Associate Board
  • Ensure effective utilization of the Illinois program team budget resources and identify new in-kind support opportunities
  • Additional projects and duties as determined by the California Executive Director


Skills and Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree required
  • 2- 3 years of managerial experience supervising a team is preferred
  • Strong background in career development and/or mentoring, and experience teaching or training youth and adults (experience working with college-aged youth preferred)
  • Knowledge of California’s educational, civic and philanthropic landscape
  • Excellent project management skills and comfort balancing multiple priorities and deliverables effectively
  • The ability to inspire teams and mobilize small and large groups to action
  • Results-oriented with a commitment to outcomes-driven performance
  • High level of responsiveness, drive, energy and commitment
  • Outstanding relationship management skills and ability to communicate and work effectively with diverse stakeholders, including college students, volunteers, university partners, and corporate supporters/internship providers
  • Excellent public speaking, writing and editing skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs (strong proficiency in Excel required) and knowledge of web-based and social media platforms
  • Seeks and gives continuous improvement and feedback
  • Development and event planning experience a plus
  • As ANY workshops are held on Saturdays, this position will require flexibility and willingness to work nontraditional work hours


The expected start-date for this role is January 2023

Salary is in the low-$60K range and commensurate with experience.

To Apply
Please submit a cover letter and resume to jobs@americaneedsyou.org (subject line: CA Program Manager – Last_Name, First_Name). Please note that your application will not be considered without a cover letter. No phone calls please.

Are you ready to directly impact the lives of first-generation college students and champion economic mobility for all?

About Us
Did you know that only 21% of low income, first-generation students in the U.S. graduate from college within six years? Those who do graduate have a median household income 27% lower than their peers. While there are a multitude of college access programs for high school seniors and job assistance programs for low-wage earners, there are few programs that ensure first-generation students stay in school and build the skills necessary to prepare for long-term careers. This is where America Needs You (ANY) comes in.

America Needs You (ANY) provides first-generation college students with transformative mentorship and intensive career development. Founded in 2009 and headquartered in New York City with operations in New York, New Jersey, Illinois and California, ANY delivers an impactful, standardized national Fellows program and curriculum that touches hundreds of students each year. ANY has ambitious growth goals to impact more students by growing our Fellows Program to serve 1,000 students annually and launching an entirely virtual program, FirstGenU, to serve thousands of additional students.

Position Description
The Corporate Partnerships Manager is responsible for managing and growing ANY’s portfolio of corporate donors, building strong and mutually beneficial relationships with companies across a variety of industries. The Manager will strategically employ ANY’s corporate partnership model, which connects corporate philanthropy with internship opportunities for Fellows and volunteer opportunities for employees, to support fundraising and student outcomes. This role is responsible for growing a portfolio of corporate partners that reflects the diverse industry interests of our Fellows and plays a dual role in advocating for student success and understanding the unique needs of partner companies. The Corporate Partnerships Manager is an integral member of ANY’s External Affairs Team, reporting to the Chief External Affairs Officer and partnering closely with the CEO and local Executive Directors.

Responsibilities include:

Partnership Development and Management

  • Identify corporate prospects and conduct research to determine interest and giving potential
  • Create and manage standardized templates for corporate proposals, donor reporting, etc.
  • Manage corporate engagement calendar, to include program related events, reporting, and renewals
  • Write compelling partnership proposals and impact reports, communicating program data persuasively
  • Provide ongoing stewardship to partners, updating them on student outcomes and organizational success
  • Conduct compelling partnership pitches and close new five and six figure corporate partnerships


 Partnership Deliverables and Student Success

  • In partnership with site leads, ensure a strong pipeline of student and Alumni talent into partners’ internship and full-time opportunities
  • Understand recruiting and hiring timelines for partner companies and share opportunities with program team members
  • In partnership with the Program Operations team, maintain strong communications with program leads and Alumni Director to facilitate accessibility to and understanding of partner internships and full-time jobs, maximizing potential applicants from ANY pipeline
  • In partnership with the Volunteer Recruitment and Engagement Director, plan and host corporate volunteer events


Additional Duties

  • Keep accurate partner records and ensure clean data in Salesforce
  • Facilitate career-related content at workshops
  • Additional projects and duties as assigned


Qualifications

  • A minimum of 3 years of experience in fundraising or partnership development
  • Demonstrated success in cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding 5 and 6 figure corporate gifts
  • Strong project management with an ownership mentality (manages up well, manages sideways, knows how to get answers, etc.)
  • Entrepreneurial with fast project execution
  • A strong customer success attitude
  • Comfort with ambiguity and flexibility
  • Comfort with data and data analysis
  • Detail-oriented and organized
  • Bachelor’s degree required


America Needs You offers a competitive salary and benefits package. ANY employees receive ample vacation time and the opportunity to work with a talented team on projects that have a real impact in their community.

To Apply:
Please submit a cover letter and resume to jobs@americaneedsyou.org (subject line: Corporate Partnerships Manager – Last_Name, First_Name). Please note that your application will not be considered without a cover letter. No phone calls please.

Salary for this position is in the low to mid $60k range, commensurate with experience.

America Needs You (ANY) fights for economic mobility for ambitious, first-generation college students. We do this by providing transformative mentorship and intensive career development. ANY operates in New York, New Jersey, Illinois and California.
 
We care deeply about creating a diverse and inclusive space for our Fellows, volunteers, stakeholders and staff, and strongly encourage first-generation college graduates and talented individuals of all backgrounds to apply. We actively seek to learn from a variety of perspectives and are an equal opportunity employer in accordance with state and federal law. Read more about our Core Values and commitment to Diversity and Belonging.
 
Position Description
Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer (COO), the Data and Evaluation Manager will serve as ANY’s in-house data scientist and a critical member of the national ANY Operations team. The ideal candidate will be able to balance the technical and strategic responsibilities of the position, collaborate well with colleagues and proactively utilize data to inform ANY’s program growth.
 
In collaboration with the COO, The Data and Evaluation Manager will oversee all evaluation activities of the organization and coordinate with all program sites to implement and maintain uniform data collection, reporting, utilization, and evaluation protocols. The Manager will own the collection, analysis, compliance, audit, dissemination and utilization of all ANY data. This position the Data and Evaluation Manager will cultivate relationships and position themselves as a proactive manager and thought leader on data, evaluation, and systems excellence at ANY.
 
The position is currently hybrid, based out of New York, and may require in-person support at monthly Saturday workshops or other regional events.
 
Responsibilities include:
 
Evaluation and Research
  • Design, implement, and continuously improve ANY’s formal program evaluation strategy to measure impact on first-generation college students and volunteers
  • Support and design research, perform statistical analysis and sampling; contribute to dissemination of research through reports
  • Design outcome and performance evaluations; create data management and collection systems; perform survey instrument design and testing, update databases, generate descriptive statistics, and test and validate findings
  • Design and conduct all program surveys, analyze results, perform trend and statistical calculations, and prepare periodic status reports
  • Partner with executive leadership and program staff to establish evaluation priorities for all program areas and the organization overall
 
Data-Driven Program Management
  • Contribute to a culture of data-driven decision making, accountability and continuous improvement, demonstrating the power of analytical thinking
  • Work across the organization to identify and develop data collection gaps, goals, and processes
  • Proactively identify data trends and interpret data to inform organizational decisions and program development; analyze quantitative and qualitative data, generating useful insights, and identifying trends
  • Establish, implement, and maintain comprehensive data collection standards, policies, procedures, and training to support efficient, accurate, and timely data tracking, ensuring data quality and integrity

 

Data Analysis and Reporting

  • Execute strategies to ensure that collected data is used to improve implementation, modify programs, hold ANY accountable, and share outcomes with external parties as needed
  • Prepare and deliver periodic updates and customized reports on the progress of the ANY programs to the organization’s board of directors, funders, partners, leadership, and program teams as needed
  • Support the development of KPIs and establish processes for routine reporting of the indicators
  • Present analytical findings in written documentation, data visualizations, and presentations that effectively communicate results, create insight, and inform decisions
  • Conduct all program surveys, generate survey analyses, and work with sites to follow-up on and analyze results
  • Other tasks as assigned

 

Skills and Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in Policy Analysis, Public Policy, Applied Mathematics, Business, or Economics, as well as over 3-5 years of experience in a data intensive role
  • Proficient in Salesforce in a related role
  • Familiarity with database queries and analytical software with the ability to collect, organize, and effectively manage data
  • Comfort with data validation, processing, and maintenance tasks
  • Strong task and project management skills, including the ability to integrate big picture goals with specific tasks needed to move complex projects forward effectively
  • Ability to be creative and engage in proactive system-level problem solving
  • Microsoft Office proficiency (advanced proficiency with Excel and Word required) and comfort learning new online systems


Salary is in the low to mid $60K range and commensurate with experience.

To Apply

Please submit a cover letter and resume to jobs@americaneedsyou.org (subject line: Data and Evaluation Manager – Last_Name, First_Name). Please note that your application will not be considered without a cover letter. No phone calls please.

Are you ready to directly impact the lives of first-generation college students and champion economic mobility for all?

About Us
Did you know that only 21% of low-income, first-generation college students complete four-year college degrees? While there are a multitude of college access programs for high school seniors and job assistance programs for low-wage earners, there are few programs that ensure first-generation students stay in school and build the skills necessary to prepare for long-term careers. This is where America Needs You (ANY) comes in.

ANY provides first-generation college students with transformative mentorship and intensive career development. Founded in 2009 and headquartered in New York City with operations in New York, New Jersey, Illinois and California, ANY delivers an impactful, standardized national Fellows program and curriculum that touches hundreds of students each year. ANY has ambitious growth goals to increase the number of students served by growing our Fellows Program to serve 1,000 students annually and launching an entirely virtual program, FirstGenU, to serve thousands of additional students.


Position Description

ANY is currently seeking a highly motivated and energetic Grants Manager with a passion for building partnerships. The Grants Manager will work with the Chief External Affairs Officer to achieve our fundraising goals by enhancing existing strategies, contributing to a long-term fund development plan, and securing a strong support base for our organization. The Grants Manager will be responsible for ANY’s national grants calendar and crafting compelling proposals and reports.

The Grants Manager manages one Development Coordinator, and reports directly to the Chief External Affairs Officer. The position works closely with other senior staff to increase the impact of our work. The position is based remotely.


Our Ideal Candidate

  • Thinks like an owner and creatively seeks solutions
  • Understands the unique needs of stakeholders and embraces a customer-service mentality
  • Is comfortable with ambiguity and can quickly pivot when necessary

 

We Offer

  • A warm, collaborative work environment with a rich culture of support and feedback
  • A generous benefits package (health/dental insurance, 403(b), FSA, three weeks vacation, etc.)
  • Connections to an expansive professional network

 

Key Responsibilities

  • Manage national grants calendar, ensuring proposals and reports are submitted in advance of deadlines
  • Create and manage standardized templates for proposal development, donor reporting, etc.
  • Write compelling proposals and reports, communicating program data persuasively
  • Develop and maintain a monthly tracking report of new contacts and prospects, significantly increasing ANY’s funder pipeline
  • Identify and solicit new gifts to support general operating, program, and pilot related expenses from foundations and corporations
  • Work with Chief External Affairs Officer to create and execute a plan for sustained partnership
  • Prepare supporting documents and attachments for grant applications; work closely with Chief Financial Officer to build program budgets and fund use reports
  • Maintain database records in addition to thorough and complete electronic files

 

Other Responsibilities

  • Maintain correspondence with current and prospective donors to ensure they receive ongoing updates on programs and ANY’s growth
  • Support special events or major donor program logistics as needed
  • Attend quarterly Saturday workshops to facilitate workshop sessions and engage with Fellows, volunteer Mentor Coaches, and invited guests
  • Additional projects as determined by the Chief External Affairs Officer

 

Skills and Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree required
  • A minimum of 3 years of experience in grant writing
  • Demonstrated success in cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding corporate and foundation gifts
  • Strong project management with an ownership mentality (manages up well, manages sideways, knows how to get answers, etc.)
  • Entrepreneurial with fast project execution
  • Comfort with ambiguity and flexibility
  • Comfort with data and data analysis
  • Detail-oriented and organized


America Needs You offers a competitive salary and benefits package. ANY employees receive ample vacation time and the opportunity to work with a talented team on projects that have a real impact in their community.

To Apply
Please submit a cover letter, a short grant writing sample (1-2 pages) and resume to jobs@americaneedsyou.org (subject line: Grants Manager – Last_Name, First_Name). Please note that your application will not be considered without a cover letter. No phone calls please.

Salary for this position is in the $60 – $65k range, commensurate with experience.

Are you ready to directly impact the lives of first-generation college students and champion economic mobility for all?

About Us
Did you know that only 21% of low-income, first-generation college students complete four-year college degrees? While there are a multitude of college access programs for high school seniors and job assistance programs for low-wage earners, there are few programs that ensure first-generation students stay in school and build the skills necessary to prepare for long-term careers. This is where America Needs You (ANY) comes in.

ANY provides first-generation college students with transformative mentorship and intensive career development. Founded in 2009 and headquartered in New York City with operations in New York, New Jersey, Illinois and California, ANY delivers an impactful, standardized national Fellows program and curriculum that touches hundreds of students each year. ANY has ambitious growth goals to increase the number of students served by growing our Fellows Program to serve 1,000 students annually and launching an entirely virtual program, FirstGenU, to serve thousands of additional students.

Position Overview
The New Jersey Executive Director (ED) is the face of ANY in the community and a champion for first-generation college students, who will lead and grow their team and market to achieve more impact. A passionate mobilizer and result-oriented changemaker, the ED leads our New Jersey site and is responsible for its performance, growth, funding and success. Reporting directly to the Chief Operating Officer (COO), the ED will be tasked with setting and articulating a compelling site strategy; fundraising and external affairs; overseeing program delivery, partnerships, and people; and providing overall nonprofit leadership and management. The ED will also work closely with the CEO and Chief External Affairs Officer (CEAO) to lead local fundraising and external affairs.

This inspirational leader is passionate about ANY’s mission, is highly collaborative, has a hunger for developing strong partnerships and raising critical funds, has a track-record of achieving excellence, and demonstrates proven success in managing the day-to-day operations of a growing organization. The ED will have a growth-mindset and execute ANY’s current program, while also focusing on opportunities for growth.

Responsibilities

  • Leadership and Strategy: Deliver ANY’s vision and strategic plan in the local site, engaging with Leadership, the Board, staff, and as appropriate, external stakeholders to develop and evaluate local site strategy and ANY’s exciting growth plans.
  • Fundraising and External Affairs: Evaluate, develop, and execute the site’s fundraising strategy to identify and prioritize funding sources to meet funding targets and diversify revenue streams. Serve as the face and primary spokesperson of ANY locally.
  • Program Growth and Partnerships: Grow the site, and build higher education and corporate partnerships for internships and volunteer and Fellow recruitment pipelines.
  • Site Management and Performance: Oversee delivery, quality control, and evaluation of programs. Prepare annual operating budgets, manage resources and site expenses within budget guidelines and the strategic roadmap. Day-to-day management of local team.
  • Board Management: Actively manage and a grow a local 10-15 person Advisory Board, recruiting and engaging a diverse group of board members.

 

What does success look like?

  • A financially healthy site that raises its budget each year and is well-known and regarded in the community
  • A program people love coming to and getting our incredible students through graduation and into jobs! (Goals: 90% college graduation, 90% internships and employment annually.)
  • Program growth to serve 200+ Fellow and Mentor Coach pairs annually
  • College partnerships and relationships that support enrollment of 1,000+ students into ANY’s national virtual program, FirstGenU
  • A highly engaged site team and Advisory Board with a healthy, feedback-rich, continuously-learning, mission-driven and collaborative culture

 

Skills and Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree required
  • 5-10 years of professional experience, including proven experience leading and managing high performing teams and programs or projects
  • Experience leading successful fundraising campaigns or possess a curiosity to learn and do this well; possesses a baseline ability to negotiate with and influence others
  • Experience mobilizing and inspiring diverse stakeholders
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills, including public speaking, writing and editing; relationship management with demonstrated ability of building and sustaining community relationships/partnerships
  • Strong management and coaching skills with the ability to give effective and direct feedback and provide results-focused and motivational management
  • Experience and comfort managing and using data effectively
  • Embodies ANY’s Core Values and commitment to Diversity and Belonging
  • We invite candidates from both the for-profit and non-profit sectors; experience working in and with communities resembling those of ANY is helpful
  • As ANY workshops are held on Saturdays, this position will require flexibility and willingness to work nontraditional work hours


To Apply: Please submit a cover letter and resume to jobs@americaneedsyou.org (subject line: New Jersey Executive Director – Last_Name, First_Name). Please note that your application will not be considered without a cover letter. No phone calls please.

Salary for this position is in the range of $100,000 to $120,000.

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