President: Campus Philly


Incorporated in 2004, Campus Philly is a 501(c)(3) non-profit economic development organization fueling economic growth by encouraging college students to study, explore, live and work in the Greater Philadelphia tri-state region. Campus Philly’s role in the region’s economic development strategy is structured around three programmatic areas: ATTRACTING students to Greater Philadelphia schools from regional, national and international sources; ENGAGING the robust student population in the local lifestyle and community through events and media strategies; and EMPLOYING students with area employers through internships and jobs to grow the region’s college educated workforce. The mission is a collaboration of local, state, and federal governments, 15 colleges and universities, private sector companies, and foundations. The organization is a key partner in the region’s comprehensive educational attainment strategy.

Position Summary 

The President is responsible for providing the leadership, vision and direction to support the growth and development of Campus Philly. Supervising a staff of 8, including 3 direct reports (VP of Partnerships, VP of Student Engagement, and a part-time operations manager), the President is responsible for Campus Philly’s programs, services, materials and products and ensures the smooth and efficient operation of the organization within the approved budget. The President represents Campus Philly to the public, leads organizational development and strategic planning, optimizes financial performance, builds donor and partner relationships, oversees personnel, and impacts public policy.

The Board is seeking an energetic, hands-on individual who is capable of leading the organization to a new level of fund development and relationship building. This leadership position will collaboratively create a strategic plan, will organize the resources necessary for implementation and will lead the execution of a number of fundraising efforts. The President will attract, cultivate, and work with a dynamic coalition of higher education, business, government, foundation, and civic leadership in support of Campus Philly.

The compensation for this position will be in the range of $110,000 – $130,000, depending on skills, education and experience, and does not include the limited opportunity for an incentive compensation plan that will be created with the President’s input. The organization also offers a SIMPLE IRA with employer contributions and a student loan repayment program, covers 90% of health insurance premium, 100% of dental, and offers 25 paid time off days per year. Currently, all Campus Philly staff is working remotely, with an expected return to the office when widespread immunization against COVID-19 has taken place.



·   Establish and maintain positive relationships with higher education, corporate, foundation, governmental, and civic organizations and their executives

·    Establish and maintain positive working relationships with regional officials, in particular key Commerce Department and Education officials from the City of Philadelphia

·    Function as a visible spokesperson for Campus Philly; represent the organization at city, regional, state, and other relevant events; identify direct and indirect activities that will raise the organizational profile and provide fundraising opportunities

·    Remain knowledgeable of and in contact with other economic development organizations within the city and the region

·   Follow trends in the area of workforce development, educational attainment and its relation to economic development

·   Work with internal and external stakeholders to build the visibility of the organization and the importance of its mission

·   Engage in public policy discussions with government representatives, community organizations and the public in the areas of human capital and economic development and the branding of the Philadelphia region as a world-class college destination and post-graduate workplace and home

·  Assist the Board in developing and implementing an annual plan for identifying and recruiting candidates for the Board

·   Assist in recruiting and orienting new Board members

Organizational Management

· Maintain appropriate team (staff) structure; oversee recruiting, training, development, mentorship, and evaluation of team members; create and maintain a working environment that fosters collaboration and team approach

·   Maintain, develop, and ensure appropriate implementation of business systems and strategies; ensure effective and efficient operation of the organization

·    In concert with appropriate Board committees and chairs, ensure optimal financial performance of the organization including maintaining processes for proper record keeping and internal financial controls; assist with development and management of annual budget; review and report all financial activities to the Board on a regular basis

·  Guide strategic planning process with the Board, staff and appropriate stakeholders; oversee effective implementation of the plan, and ensure timely and consistent progress of long and short range goals resulting from the strategic plan

·  Oversee, with Senior staff, the development and implementation of Campus Philly programming, including internship development, career fairs, and other efforts to connect students to employment opportunities in the region; oversee, with appropriate staff, the production and distribution of Campus Philly annual print publications, special events, and websites; review and analyze the strength and weaknesses of programs, materials, and activities

· Along with team members and Board, develop annual communications plan and media relations activities, and identify awareness-building events and opportunities to promote and communicate the impact of Campus Philly to stakeholders

·  Develop research agenda to assess outcomes of efforts


·  In concert with the appropriate team members, committees and the Board, develop an annual funding plan encompassing diverse funding streams and short- and long-term plans to best support the mission and goals of the organization

·  Oversee fundraising efforts including sponsorship, partnership cultivation, solicitation and stewardship, grants, special events, etc.

·  Actively participate in foundation and partnership cultivation

· Develop collaborative projects/partnerships with other community providers

·  Work with the Board Chair to build an active, involved fundraising Board representative of the major constituent areas


A University undergraduate degree is required. Major course work in business or non-profit administration, finance, and fundraising techniques is a plus. An advanced degree in a related field of study is preferred.


·  Five years senior leadership experience, including budgetary responsibility, nonprofit governance, an understanding of the higher education sector, and experience with foundation and grant based fundraising

·  A strong understanding and connections to the Greater Philadelphia region is desired; preference will be given to those who have established networks and experience in the Greater Philadelphia higher education, business, foundation, and/or nonprofit communities

·  Strong business acumen, including financial and planning skills

· A structured, process-minded orientation for planning and executing organizational goals and initiatives, while applying creative, innovative, and adaptive thinking to respond to changing and at times unique circumstances

·  Strong interpersonal skills, ability to work individually as well as part of a team

· Evidence of valuing inclusion and ability to recruit and develop diverse teams and partners to drive organizational outcomes

·  A record of planning and supporting growth and change

· Excellent communication skills, including written, verbal and public speaking and presentation skills

· Diplomatic, astute, and able to navigate complex organizational structures with ease.

· Prior experience working with a Board of Directors

· Desire to shape public issues and enliven public debate

·  Functional command of Microsoft Office suite and financial management software such as QuickBooks preferred


Dunleavy & Associates has been retained by Campus Philly as their partner for this search. All interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter via the following link:

The cover letter should include the following elements:

·   Why you are interested in the position and Campus Philly

·  Any additional professional and/or personal experience that informs your qualifications for the position that otherwise is not obvious from your resume.

Campus Philly is committed to the principles of equal opportunity employment at every level without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, marital or familial status, sexual orientation, gender identity characteristics or expression, age, veteran status, non-job related disability, or political affiliation.


The organization also offers a SIMPLE IRA with employer contributions and a student loan repayment program, covers 90% of health insurance premium, 100% of dental, and offers 25 paid…

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Public Programs Manager: Friends of the Rail Park



About the Friend of the Rail Park

Friends of the Rail Park (FRP) is the 501(c)3 organization working to make the 3 mile vision for the Rail Park a reality through cross-sector partnerships and community collaboration.  For more about FRP, check out

About the Public Programs Manager Position 

The Public Programs Manager will collaborate with a wide range of people to create programs and experiences that explore, translate and bolster FRP’s vision, mission and values to a diversity of audiences and interest groups. More specifically, the Manager will

lead FRP’s 2021 public programs, which includes two key projects: 1) the creation, launch, and content development of the Rail Park Digital Hub, a digital archive and cultural asset map of the 10+ neighborhoods that the Rail Park vision transverses; 2) the intergenerational Parks for Chinatown + Rail Park Youth Ambassador program, focused on Phase One of the Rail Park and supporting the multifaceted communities and networks that surround it.

This is a ten month contract position, with possibility for extension.

Reports to: Executive Director

Our Ideal Candidate is

  • Part creative director, part community organizer, and well networked in Philadelphia
  • Brings a mature equity lens to their work
  • Excited about utilizing technology and working in both digital and in-person formats
  • Skilled at building and strengthening relationships, and working with the Rail Park’s many diverse partners, including, but not limited to, neighborhood residents, Philadelphia Parks and Recreation, cultural and educational institutions, and small business owners
  • Excited by the challenges and joys of working on a complex project with short term needs that feed into a long term vision
  • Sets ambitious goals and gets things done
  • And has 4-6 years experience building and managing programs.

What You Will Accomplish

  • Working with the Executive Director, assemble and manage a team of storytellers, journalists, ecologists, artists, and resident leaders, to design and implement community engagement activities across a variety of themes, topics and interest areas relevant to the Rail Park
  • Work in both digital and in-person capacities, observing the latest public health requirements
  • Coordinate with design team to create digital platforms and print collateral in support of projects and engagement activities
  • Working with the Committee Chair, leverage FRP’s Community Engagement + Programming Committee’s skills and expertise to further the 2021 program goals and deliverables
  • With external partners and collaborators, design and coordinate outreach, work plans, and roles related to Rail Park projects and programs such as Parks for Chinatown, Elder Hour and the Rail Park Youth Ambassador Program
  • Ensure project deadlines and deliverables are met
  • Establish ongoing community feedback and assessment mechanisms to measure progress, impact, and areas for improvement
  • Work with FRP Communications Manager to align engagement and communications strategies with organizational priorities and opportunities
  • Coordinate occasional Rail Park installations and rentals in partnership with Philadelphia Parks and Recreation and other partners as needed.

What We’ll Look For

  • Project management experience coordinating complex projects with many moving parts
  • Experience working in both digital and in person environments
  • Available to manage regular programming, including some nights and weekends
  • Deep experience in community engagement and/or community organizing and applying related practices
  • Knowledge of Rail Park adjacent communities, particularly Chinatown North and Callowhill
  • Able to communicate FRP’s mission and vision across diverse sectors, populations and settings
  • Skilled at managing a budget
  • Adept at setting planning goals in line with organizational priorities and available resources
  • Can move multiple projects forward by maintaining a high level of autonomy and organization while delivering a high-quality work product
  • Dedication to FRP’s mission and objectives
  • Thrives in a fast-paced, deadline-driven, collaborative environment
  • Sound judgment and integrity with discretion in handling sensitive information
  • Proficiency in oral and written Mandarin and/or Spanish a plus.


Commensurate with experience. This is a project-based, contract position and does not include benefits.

Apply for this job

To Apply Send a cover letter, resume or CV, and work samples or portfolio to Please PDF and name your files “[Last Name_First Name]_Resume”, “[Last Name_First Name]_Cover Letter” and follow the same naming convention or link to work samples or portfolios. FRP will begin reviewing applications on March 12, 2021, with phone screens to begin the week of March 15, 2021. No phone calls please. Friends of the Rail Park is an Equal Opportunity Employer and having a diverse staff is a fundamental principle, where employment and promotional opportunities are based upon individual capabilities and qualifications without regard to race, color, religion, gender, pregnancy, sexual orientation/affectional preference, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, veteran status or any other protected characteristic as established under law.

Development and Communications Manager: Neighborhood Gardens Trust

The Development and Communications Manager works to elevate and draw support for NGT’s mission through strategic communications and expanded development capacity. Recognizing that NGT’s communications/marketing position is also its fundraising position, the ideal candidate is a creative professional who can connect the dots between communications, fundraising, partnerships, and programming. We seek a candidate who can translate our work into exciting and useful messages and disseminate it to specific audiences through the best distribution channels with a high degree of creativity, initiative, drive, and partnership. This position will work in close collaboration with NGT’s staff and board to tell our story to current and potential donors, gardeners, stakeholders, the media, the public and to help cultivate and steward deeper relationships across our city and region in service of $500,000 annual fundraising goals.

About Us

The Neighborhood Gardens Trust (NGT) secures, protects, and supports community gardens and shared open spaces to enhance the quality of life in Philadelphia neighborhoods. NGT is committed to creating a more equitable, healthy, and sustainable city through strategic garden acquisition led by a collaborative, lean staff. NGT currently owns and leases nearly 50 gardens and open spaces across Philadelphia, with the goal of preserving 70 gardens by 2022.  NGT is an independent 501(c)3 organization that was founded in 1986. NGT positions are administered through our partner the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society.

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Refugee Legacies Program Manager: Cambodian Association of Greater Philadelphia

Part-Time Position (20 hrs./week)

The Cambodian Association of Greater Philadelphia (CAGP) has provided programs and services for the Cambodian, immigrant, and refugee community for over forty years. As a multiservice organization addressing social barriers and disparities for our underserved and underrepresented community, we have been at the forefront of lifting community voices, innovating social services to meet their needs, and strengthening partnerships with agencies across the city and country to increase diversity, equity, inclusion for all communities.

The Cambodian Association of Greater Philadelphia’s Refugee Legacies: Community-Driven Education Initiative will advocate and provide literacy-focused enrichments and educational opportunities to English-language learner (ELL) children, grades Pre-K through 6, of South Philadelphia’s refugee and immigrant communities, paired with complementary instruction and support to parents to aid them in supporting their children’s learning at home.

The Refugee Legacies Project Manager will have the dynamic role of spearheading the Refugee Legacies: Community-Driven Education Initiative and will strive to be the convener between our community, neighborhood schools, organization partners, and CAGP.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Will be responsible for designing and implementing monthly Live and On-Demand (pre-recorded) Family Enrichment webinars, working collaboratively with Children & Youth Development Director to create content and Civic & Digital Media Cultivator for production;
  • Providing culturally-sensitive and responsive support to our families related to school enrollment, program registration, and referring supplemental support to Family Support Services;
  • Represent CAGP at community meetings, convenings, and events;
  • Build relationships with local neighborhood schools and local organizations -gaining an understanding of school and community contexts, and disseminate information on CAGP programs and services where applicable;
  • Work alongside with Child Development Group Leader on online literacy enrichment afterschool program to facilitate educational activities and providing learning support;
  • Participate in necessary professional developments, reading educational materials, and strengthening their understanding of the Philadelphia school system and relationship with the School District.
  • The Program Manager and Child Development Group Leader will implement a responsive work plan incorporating community voices from initial surveys, and adapting to ongoing feedback and further changes required during the pandemic.
  • Contribute to existing CAGP initiatives when the opportunity arises and roles fits; and
  • On a bi-monthly basis or quarterly basis, the Project Manager will convene the whole team to discuss updates.

Skills and Experience

  • New hires will be required to obtain up-to-date PA Background Check, Child Abuse Clearance and FBI Clearance
  • Bilingual language skills in Khmer, Lao, Vietnamese, Nepali, Spanish or Mandarin Chinese a plus, not required
  • CPR, AED, First Aid, and/or Lifeguard certified is a plus, training is provided
  • Experience with urban settings and diverse populations
  • Experience with immigrant and/or refugee populations
  • Experience with teaching and lesson planning or following a curriculum
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Familiar with using Google Suites and Microsoft software

Tentative Work Schedule (20 hours/week)

  • Children & Youth Development Program (10 hours/week)
    • Online afterschool program
    • Family Enrichment Webinars
    • Liaisons to schools, education organizations, and partners
  • Civic & Digital Media
  • Family Support Services
  • You may be requested to work additional hours and will be compensated accordingly

Compensation: $13.75 to $15 per hour, based on experience.

Timeframe: March 2021 to October 2021 | 560 total hours

Email resume and cover letter to Rex Yin at and Sarun Chan at

Case Manager (KHMER Fluency): Cambodian Association of Greater Philadelphia

Part-Time | Non-Exempt | 20 Hours Per Week

$13.75 – $15.00 (pending experience)

Supervisor: ED

About the Organization: The Cambodian Association of Greater Philadelphia (CAGP) is the city’s foundation of social, health, and educational  or Cambodian and Cambodian Americans for over forty years. With two facilities located in North Philadelphia and South Philadelphia, CAGP has provided programs and services for thousands of community members and hundreds of families since 1979. Our team reflects the community we serve and is matched with a wealth of experiences and knowledge to effectively support the needs of immigrants and refugees. Our programs address the intersectional identities and disparities within our Cambodian and Southeast Asian communities.

Position & Program Summary Family Support Services is responsible for providing case management social services, benefits screening, providing direct services surrounding health resources, and meeting impact goals that directly serve families from low-income, immigrant,and refugee neighborhoods. Develop health & wellness and civic educational workshops and webinars to community members.

A. Direct Service:

  • Fluent in the Khmer Language with the ability to speak, read, write, and type comfortably between Khmer and English.
  • Provide social services, benefits screenings, and needs assessment.
  • Assist and guide clients with benefits application and enrollment.
  • Assist with new enrollment or maintain enrollment of health insurance.
  • Manage case notes after conducting services.
  • Translate and interpret client documents, paperwork, or applications.
  • Share information on various resources and programs.
  • Offer off-site interpretation services based on program funding.
  • Represent the organization for COVID-19 vaccination meetings with partner organizations and agencies.
  • Assist with video, audio, and print outreach activities and efforts surrounding COVID-19 vaccination education and outreach.
  • Actively participate in the Cambodian COVID-19 Vaccination Response Network.

B. Outreach & Engagement:

  • Coordinate community activities on social services, health & wellness, and civic engagement.
  • Participate in partnership meetings representing the organization and community.
  • Outreach to current clients and members about community events.
  • Support outreach and engagement initiatives.

C. Reporting:

  • Provide documents, data, and mandatory program reports to be submitted in a timely matter to funders.
  • Create and administer forms and surveys to evaluate services and programs.
  • Manage case notes, sensitive records, and demographic information of clients.
  • Manage database of clients.


  • Minimum Bachelor/Associate Degree in sociology, human services, psychology, health and human development,or related fields OR
  • Minimum 2 years experience providing social services.
  • Fluent in English and Khmer language.
  • Ability to maintain client confidentiality.
  • Self-motivated with taking the initiative in planning and completing task.
  • Ability to commute.
  • Flexibility to work evenings and weekends.
  • Must be welcoming and respectful to clients and members.
  • Excellent organizational skills and ability to carry out multiple tasks.
  • Ability to be flexible and adaptable in various work environments.
  • Exceptional public speaking skills and interpersonal relationship support.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office and Google Drive

Interested Applicants: Please email your cover letter and resume to Sarun Chan​, Executive Director ​