Associate Director of Experiential Education: Bryn Mawr College

Associate Director Experiential Education

Bryn Mawr College has an opening for an Associate Director for Experiential Education that will report to the Senior Associate Director of Alumnae/i Career Services within the Career & Civic Engagement Center.


The Career & Civic Engagement Center (the Center) is an organization that houses the functional areas of civic engagement and career engagement.  The Center provides experiential learning opportunities for undergraduate students and programs for alumnae/i and undergraduate students. This position will work to support the missions of: Career Engagement, which is to provide opportunities for students and alumnae/i to maximize their liberal arts education, preparing them to make intentional decisions about their futures; Civic Engagement which is to collaborate with community-based organizations to prepare students to be socially responsible leaders and citizens through purposeful action, reflection, and learning; and the overall Center, which is to prepare liberal arts students and alumnae/i to be effective, self-aware leaders in their chosen life pursuits.

The Associate Director of Experiential Education will report to the Senior Associate Director, Alumnae/i Career Services, for the Career & Civic Engagement Center and will have four primary responsibilities:  (1) develop and oversee a robust, broad-based experiential education program focused on leadership development and exploration of post-graduation opportunities through workshops and Intensives, (2) as part of the experiential learning, plan and manage the delivery of the Leadership Learning Laboratory (LLL) multiple times a year, (3) help support, manage, and link alumnae/i participation in programming to student development and exploration of post-graduation opportunities, and (4) provide career counseling/coaching, drop-in hours and career workshops to undergraduate students and alumnae/i up to one year post-graduation. The Associate Director is responsible for incorporating the needs of the student population with the feedback from alumnae/i and employers to determine how to best deliver programming centered on the competency areas of conceptual thinking, connection, implementation, communication, reflective practice, cultural competency, and social responsibility. The position is also responsible for marketing the student programs, developing communications, tracking attendance, and evaluating the programs.  Finally, the position will oversee student workers who can help support the work.  Program development, data collection, analyzing, and reporting are critical components to this role. The Associate Director will function fully as a member of the Career & Civic Engagement Center team, and will participate in the team-based events, advocacy, and outreach necessary for the development of the Center.

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Community Operations Manager: Culture Works of Greater Philadelphia

CultureWorks Greater Philadelphia seeks a full-time Community Operations Manager to join a small but dynamic and growing team. CultureWorks is a nonprofit “management commons” model: a platform for sharing essential support systems for the arts and heritage community. This position reports to the Senior Fiscal Sponsorship & Community Director and works closely with the Community Operations Coordinator and Finance & Systems Manager to develop and maintain the highest level of quality in service delivery for both fiscally sponsored members.

The Community Operations Coordinator is the first connection for our portfolio of fiscally sponsored projects and navigates Project Directors through our services while also providing hands-on support along the way.

This position is mainly remote with an expected 1-2 days a week on-site at CultureWorks’s shared workspace Center City Philadelphia.

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Corporate Partnerships Director: City Year

Work Location: Hybrid On-Site/Remote

Position Overview

City Year Philadelphia seeks a Corporate Partnerships Director who will lead efforts to secure financial support from Philadelphia-area corporations and foundations, as well as manage the Corporate Partnerships team. The Corporate Partnerships Director partners with Site Leadership and the growing 8-person Development team to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward corporations and foundations in a manner that is complements and respectfully highlights the extraordinary efforts of our school-based AmeriCorps Member teams. The Corporate Partnerships Director will create and implement a community-centric development plan to build sustainable and engaged corporate partnerships, including our signature Team Sponsors and Program Sponsors. Specific focus will be on growing our corporate donor base to raise increased resources and ultimately serve more students in Philadelphia. As part of their responsibilities, this role manages and is supported by a Corporate Partnerships Manager. Workstreams managed by this role will also have the support of a regional grant writer, who also supports other City Year sites. This is an exciting opportunity for an accomplished fundraiser and team builder to join a dynamic organization that is primed to grow its philanthropic footprint across Philadelphia, in service of delivering transformational opportunities for City Year AmeriCorps members and the Philadelphia Public School students they serve in classrooms across the city.

  • The anticipated start date range for this position is in October 2022.
  • Salary range for this position is in the low-to-mid $70,000s, commensurate with experience
  • This position will be hybrid: partially in-person and partially virtual.

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