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Community Engagement Postdoctoral Scholar
UC Davis
The UC Davis Office of Public Scholarship and Engagement (PSE) is seeking applications for a Community Engagement Postdoctoral Scholar to join its talented team beginning July 1, 2023. PSE is looking for someone whose research and scholarship focuses on institutional and community impact.

The Postdoctoral Scholar will be able to design and implement independent research projects to further their own scholarship as well as collaborate on co-authored articles that contribute to the scholarship of community engagement in higher education. The selected candidate will have the opportunity to contribute to the research and development of a collective impact framework across UC Davis’ community engagement ecosystem that includes academic integration, community partnerships, and anchor institution efforts. This position is ideal for someone who is passionate and committed to advancing community engagement in higher education, has a record of publishing in this area, and is completing or holds a doctoral degree.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Contribute participatory action and translational research to the real-time development of a collective impact framework that includes tracking, assessing and evaluating activities that connect the university with broader communities.
Research and develop systematic methods for collecting community partner data that incorporates community knowledge and expertise.
Develop self-assessment protocols of UC Davis’ community engagement activities, including contributing to the application for Carnegie Elective Classification in Community Engagement.
Research best practices on institutions of higher education that track and monitor key metrics for community engagement.
Executive Director
Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership
The Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership seeks its next Executive Director to continue the implementation of an ambitious Strategic Plan by serving as the unofficial “Champion of Franklin Street.” Our vision is to “make downtown Chapel Hill welcoming to all – inclusive, unique, and magnetic for visitors, students, and residents.” The successful candidate will be energized by building consensus among town, University, and business leaders in creating and sustaining a downtown environment that is appealing to a diverse community.
Executive Director, York Corridor Business Improvement District Mngt Authority (Baltimore)
York Corridor Business Improvement District Management Authority
The York Corridor Business Improvement District is a community advocacy and improvement organization intended to provide services that ensure a clean, green, and vibrant Corridor. The organization is seeking an inaugural Executive Director to lead economic and community development along the Corridor, and to design and execute core programming including cleaning/greening, advocacy efforts, and business promotion/support. The Executive Director will be hired by and report to the BID Board of Directors.

Job Responsibilities
* In conjunction with the BID Board, develop and implement an annual budget and strategic priorities for the Corridor
* Facilitate the development and implementation of district-wide initiatives and policies to further York Corridor BID’s priorities
* Serve as the primary point of contact for the BID
* Manage all finances in accordance with budget priorities and coordinate with City entities
* Hire, train, and manage staff as needed to meet BID goals, or establish contractual relationship for staffing, in accordance with the needs of the Corridor
* Develop a system for tracking and reporting progress
* Build and maintain strong and productive relationships with business and property owners.
* Develop resources, including fundraising and obtaining grants.
* Provide oversight of BID marketing and communications.

The salary is commensurate with experience, with an expected salary max of up to $86,000. The BID board is partnering with Loyola University Maryland in executing the hiring process Executive Director will be eligible for Loyola University Maryland benefits for their first year.
TO APPLY: Send a resume, cover letter, and a list of three professional references to
Development Coordintor
Safe & Sound
Safe & Sound unites residents, youth, law enforcement and community resources to build safe and empowered neighborhoods. Safe & Sound employs a community-based empowerment and neighborhood building strategy designed to reduce crime and violence. It utilizes the interdependent strategies of positive youth development, neighborhood organizing and public safety. The unique three-pronged strategy is a collaborative approach to fighting crime, violence, illegal drug and alcohol sales, and other neighborhood problems. Safe & Sound’s collaborating partners empower youth and adults to work together, creating a better, safer community for all.

POSITION SUMMARY: Under the direction of the Director of Development & Strategic Partnerships, the Development Coordinator will focus on creating development plans that facilitate fundraising and generally raise revenue to pursue the organization’s strategic goal. This role is responsible for assisting the leadership team in hitting its fundraising milestones, adhering to its budget, and identifying future fundraising opportunities that are critical for continued growth. They will work closely with internal and external partners, donors, and various members of the community.

Assistant Director, Cultivate Well-Being Action and Transformation
Georgia Institute of Technology
See link below or on Georgia Tech HR site. Be sure to apply at the Georgia Tech HR site (not on LinkedIn). We are currently in the zoom interview phase so contact me immediately if interested.
Executive Director
The Prosperity Agenda
The ED is responsible for our overall vision and strategy, ensuring that we build the national partnerships, broad awareness, and funds needed to fulfill our purpose and expand the adoption and practice of the participant-centered approaches that we steward. The ED reports to the Board of Directors, and work closely with the Managing Director--who is responsible for the design, evaluation, and sustainability of our services.
(remote) Graduate Research Assistant
National Deaf Center, University of Texas at Austin
NDC is looking to recruit Research Assistants for the upcoming 2023 Fall semester, this opportunity is for:

Currently enrolled students (graduate students preferred)
Experience or training in the following topic areas: demography, higher education, disability services, equitable practices in education settings, career development, transition services, and self-advocacy.

As a Research Assistant, you will:

Work 10-19 hours per week and attend weekly team meetings
Conduct literature reviews and summarize findings
Assist with data analysis and interpretation
Perform statistical analyses on large secondary datasets
Support the development of data briefs, reports, and presentations

Please submit a cover letter and your resume to Application deadline is May 31, 2023. Your cover letter should address your experience with conducting literature reviews, collecting and analyzing data, and summarizing/presenting findings. For early career students, examples from in-class work are encouraged.
Backbone for Collective Action Project
Wellbeing Economy Alliance California
Working across silos in Pomona, California to create equitable jobs, new policies and coalitions.
Community Impact Coordinator
LogosWorks Partners
We are looking for an energetic and outgoing team player who is flexible, capable, and eager to be a critical part of transformative work. You will need skills in building collective impact structures, working to obtain and implement grant funding, and leading community collaboration. Having received the backing of several key community investors as well as state and federal grants, our small but high-powered team is working to capitalize on key opportunities to create an impact by reducing violence and promoting public safety. We are building trust and transparency between law enforcement, a diverse community, and a cross-sector group of organizational partners. This role holds key responsibility in building out our social impact work.

See our posting link for more information!
Board Member (volunteer)
Girls Education International
Girls Education International is a small, volunteer run non-profit. Our mission is to expand and support educational opportunities for underserved girls and women in remote and undeveloped regions of the world.

Girls Ed is looking for committed board members. Our board members play a vital role as active advocates and ambassadors for our mission and supporters of our financial management and fundraising efforts. We are a working board and contribute on average approximately 15 hours per month. For more information about our openings, see the link below.

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