Partnerships to Uplift Communities (PUC) is a non-profit charter school management organization designed to significantly increase college entrance and graduation rates for underserved students.
Our mission at PUC Schools is to develop and manage high quality charter schools in densely populated urban communities with overcrowded and low achieving schools. We create school programs and cultures that result in college graduation for all students. We uplift and revitalize communities through the development of educational and other supportive partnerships.
The Alumni Program Coordinator is responsible for supporting students through their transition to college, leading to improved summer melt , college persistence and graduation rates. As a result, this position’s responsibilities fall into four domains: 1) High School Support, 2) Alumni Engagement and Tracking 3) College Liaison Program and 4) School Counseling Internship Program. *This work directly aligns with PUC Schools Commitment 1 – Five times more college graduates within the communities we serve.
High School Support – will develop and execute a plan that supports Counselors and School Administrators at five high school sites, helping students successfully transition to college or alternative higher education options. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Alumni Engagement and Tracking – In addition to supporting alumni via The College Liaisons Program and GradSnapp online alumni tool, this position will play an integral role in helping design and implement alumni engagement and tracking strategies. Responsibilities include:
College Liaison Program – The PUC Schools College Liaison Program is a one-year college transition program that provides PUC College freshmen with information, encouragement and support to decrease summer melt rates and increase persistence rates. Responsible for the implementation, evaluation, and revision of College Liaison Program for five high school sites. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
School Counseling Internship Program – This program is a partnership between PUC Schools and local colleges/universities school counseling graduate programs. School Counseling graduate students will have the opportunity to internship in a PUC school to earn fieldwork hours. This position is responsible for promoting PUC Schools’ School Counseling internship program at the local colleges/universities, and will work collaboratively with the Director of College Counseling and PUC College Counselors to ensure interns placement in PUC Schools is meaningful, as well as meets interns’ graduate school fieldwork hours requirements. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee(s) incumbent in this position. Employees will be required to follow any other job-related instructions and to perform any other job-related duties requested by any person authorized to give instructions or assignments.
THE STRONGEST CANDIDATES WILL HAVE/BE:
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