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Regional Director, STEM Recruitment and Promotions

Western Colorado University seeks a full time candidate for the position of Regional Director, STEM Recruitment and Promotions for the Colorado Front Range area. The STEM regional director’s primary purpose is to build Western’s STEM student enrollment through both recruitment and marketing efforts. This position is responsible for providing information to prospective STEM students, for recruiting new STEM students, and for representing Western at a variety of outreach efforts. This position is responsible for participating in a range of admissions duties. These duties include but are not limited to managing the STEM admissions funnel, creating and innovating STEM marketing plans and recruitment strategies and STEM enrollment tracking and accountability.

Admissions CRM Support Specialist

Western Colorado University’s Admisions Office seeks candidates for the full time position of Admissions CRM Support Specialist. The Admissions CRM Support Specialist will be responsible for managing the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and other admissions technology tools in order to proactively support and analyze recruitment and enrollment efforts. This position will utilize technology tools and analyses to help increase enrollment. This position will manage the technical side of communications to all students through the admissions funnel, helping to establish a workflow that maximizes efficiency. This position will also help generate and provide input on reporting in support of the goals of the admissions team. This position will work closely with other areas including IT Services and Marketing.

Career Readiness Coordinator

Girls Inc. of Metro Denver (GIMD)’s Career Readiness Coordinator is dedicated to making a positive impact on the lives of girls and young women by creating opportunities to explore and prepare for a wide range of careers. The position is responsible for coordinating GIMD’s year-round career readiness programs, including the implementation of internships and the delivery of career and job readiness curriculum. The position will provide significant leadership and oversight for the Eureka! STEM internship program that serves approximately 50 high school girls per year, as well as support career readiness activities for GIMD’s middle school and high school programs. This position will work closely with staff, corporate partners, volunteers and community advisors to meet annual program goals. Program delivery will take place at GIMD’s main facility in the West Colfax neighborhood and at school and other designated program locations across metro Denver.

Scholarship Program Specialist

The Scholarship Program Specialist works as part of the DSF Program team to implement, maintain, and continually enhance the DSF Scholarship program and provide support for efforts in the area of student services. This position involves a range of responsibilities: providing direct support to students pursuing higher education; coordinating a variety of communications efforts with students, college professionals, and staff; managing student data; and processing and awarding scholarships.

Professional Learning Facilitator

RMC Health is a Colorado-based nonprofit that develops and supports highly skilled professionals who can create sustained policy, system, and environmental changes. RMC Health is a national leader in providing learning, facilitation, technical assistance, resources, and best practices to increase health equity and advance the health of children, youth, their families, and their communities. RMC Health supports local, state, and federal health departments, community based organizations, and K12 school systems throughout the country.

RMC Health’s current project portfolio includes: substance abuse prevention, K12 healthy schools, risk and protective factors for youth, tobacco and marijuana education and prevention, coalition building for local public health and school communities, meeting facilitation strategies, training design, and building capacity of stakeholders to provide high quality, effective in-person and virtual professional development (trainings, meetings, coalitions, and technical assistance).

General Position Description:

The Professional Learning Facilitator builds knowledge, skills, and capacity of professionals to create policy, system, and environmental changes to improve health outcomes for children, youth, and their communities. The Professional Learning Facilitator is responsible for all aspects of the design and delivery of high-quality professional learning experience for clients in the public health sector; K12 schools and districts; community based organizations; and nonprofits. Additionally, the Professional Learning Facilitator provides technical assistance, follow up coaching, and individualized support. The Professional Learning Facilitator is also responsible for resource development, policy review, and representing RMC Health at conferences and speaking engagements.

Education Program Coordinator: Rocky Mountain Down Syndrome Association

Primary responsibilities include; oversight of RMDSA K-12 education outreach to school districts, teachers, administrators, and parents across the state of CO and WY, coordination of requests for consultation services within the schools, administrative oversight of services rendered, supervision of RMDSA’s adult education programming (Higher Visions for Education (HVE)), coordination of three college HVE programs, and administrative oversight of these three programs. Ability to think critically and creatively to grow both K-12 and HVE programs as needed.

Director of Development

The Director of Development will provide vision and strategic direction for all fundraising programs,
including special events, federal and state grant submissions, local and national foundation research and
submissions. The Director of Development will be the primary fundraiser for the organization, in partnership
with the senior executives of PEBC.

Executive Assistant

This position requires a proactive problem solver with exceptional communication skills and a meticulous attention to detail. He/She will have previous experience working in an office environment, performing administrative duties and providing support to senior leadership. The executive assistant is relied upon for flexibility and foresight, while maintaining confidences related to strategic relationships and objectives, and contributing to employee satisfaction and mission fulfillment.

Director of Development

Since 1990, the “I Have A Dream” Foundation of Boulder County (“I Have A Dream”) has helped over 1,000 children from low-income areas achieve their education and career goals by providing long-term personal and academic support, tutoring, mentoring and four-year tuition-assistance scholarships to each graduating student. Currently, there are 12 “I Have A Dream” cohorts in Boulder County, in Boulder, Longmont, Lafayette and Carbon Valley. “I Have A Dream” has 32 staff members, 38 AmeriCorps members and an annual budget of $4,083,000. The “I Have A Dream” program follows the national model established in New York in 1981 by founder, Eugene Lang. Since then, 200 programs nationwide have helped more than 17,000 students. For more information go to

GENERAL PURPOSE: Given that “I Have A Dream” does not charge tuition or fees for any of its services, all expenses are covered entirely by philanthropic support and community partnerships. In coordination with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Development team, and the Board of Directors’ Fundraising and Marketing Committees, the Director of Development will manage a variety of fundraising and marketing efforts of the organization in order to meet annual revenue and long-term development goals, with FY19 revenue goals of $4M+. Position is a full-time exempt position and reports directly to the CEO, managing a team of 3+ employees (Development Manager, Grants Manager and Development Associate position(s), while collaborating with Vice President of Donor Relations.)

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