Program Coordinator

Code 2 College - Remote - Full time

The Role

The Program Coordinator role is an exciting opportunity to learn from the ground up. For your ninety days serving as a Code2College Program Coordinator, you will receive intensive training, support and feedback towards becoming a highly effective member of our team.

We have developed a 30/60/90-day roadmap to prepare you to excel in:

  • Technical projects (Microsoft Office based)
  • Professional communication
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Data analysis
  • Project management, etc.

At the completion of a successful 90 days as a Program Coordinator, you will be promoted to the role of Program Manager and assigned either a) a portfolio of schools to manage, or b) a portfolio of high-value projects.

Below are some examples of work streams that you may inherit after successful completion of the Program Coordinator Program:

Student Engagement & Support

Track student performance data and provide appropriate supports and guidance towards completion of capstone projects

Conduct daily data-driven student check-ins to manage student achievement within your school portfolio (up to 3 high schools which is typically 60 students and 20 volunteers)

Refine training materials and plan programming for monthly professional skills workshops ranging on topics from interview prep and resume review to email development best practices

Attend after-school coding/web development sessions (generally 430-530p, Monday through Thursday) and up to two Saturday workshops (generally 800a-100p) monthly for your portfolio schools.

Intern Preparation & Support

Conduct research towards developing evidence-based preparatory materials and programming prior to summer internship

Provide ongoing support through scheduled advisory phone calls and "roadside assistance" communication via text/phone/email to ensure intern success

Volunteer Engagement & Support

Conduct daily observations of after-school web programming/coding sessions delivered by Code2College volunteer instructors and provide support based on the Code2College model of instructional excellence.

Hold monthly check-ins with volunteer instructors from your portfolio schools to maintain a tight and accurate feedback loop.

On average, you will observe 4-6 classes per day.

Stakeholder Management

Develop and maintain strong relationships with current students and alumni from your portfolio schools to foster community and keep both groups engaged in the Code2College program

Develop and maintain strong relationships with school faculty, administration and school district contacts to gain a deep understanding of the respective district and community context, needs and challenges, as well as understanding the optimal student recruitment and engagement strategy for each of your portfolio schools

Uphold the high expectations that all of our stakeholders (both internal and external) have of the Code2College organization and program through clear, thoughtful and respectful communication, as well as a relational and customer-centric approach

Project Management

Manage a variety of ad-hoc and short-term projects related to building systems, processes and best practices for the organization, as well as supporting the growing Code2College student, alumni and volunteer network

This role is most likely for you if you're someone who:

Has a proven track record of attention to detail and effective execution

Clear communication skills both in writing and in person

Independent self-starter attitude

Is committed to our mission to equip minority and low-income high school students with the professional skills they need to excel in STEM degrees and careers

Impeccable professionalism which will serve as a model for students

Thinks strategically to create solutions to organizational and scale challenges

Has a bachelor’s degree

How to Apply:

Interested candidates should send their resume and cover letter to

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Experience Level

Mid Level

Code 2 College

The mission of Code2College is to dramatically increase the number of minority and low-income high school students who enter and excel in STEM undergraduate majors and careers. We are developing a national network of diverse, homegrown technical talent.

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