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The Santa Barbara City College Foundation is seeking candidates for the position of SBCC Promise Manager. The SBCC Promise Manager leads the coordination and implementation of the SBCC Promise and is responsible for all aspects of the efficient and effective functioning of the SBCC Promise. The position will establish and manage relationships with SBCC departments and programs that serve and support SBCC Promise students. Established by the SBCC Foundation in 2016, the SBCC Promise is 100% privately funded by donations to the SBCC Foundation and is a national leader in the College Promise movement. The SBCC Promise offers two full years of support (tuition, fees, books, and supplies) to qualifying local students. Complete details on qualifications and a program description are available at SBCCPromise.org.
The SBCC Foundation is a national leader in community college philanthropy. Since 1976 it has provided Santa Barbara City College with private support, serving as the vehicle through which individuals and organizations may invest in the college and its students.
Director of Development
Los Angeles City College Foundation was established in 1968 to increase the educational opportunities for students of Los Angeles City College by managing existing funds and raising new funds for a broad assortment of academic scholarships, programs and initiatives. Serving residents of Los Angeles' Metro urban cluster, LACC's student population is among the most diverse in the nation. Los Angeles City College is the flagship institution of the Los Angeles Community College District, which is composed of nine colleges.
The Director of Development is responsible for the planning and implementation of programs and projects that strategically engage community members, including alumni. Serving as an ambassador, the Director of Development is charged with securing commitments from alumni, emeriti, and other individual donors to provide support for students, faculty and special initiatives; professional expertise and volunteer service; collaborating with faculty members and various department staff to create and maintain pathways for community and alumni participation that advance the goals of the institution; work with the Executive Director to identify, cultivate, solicit and provide stewardship for donors.
The position is open until filled.
College of the Desert is a district that consists of leadership, staff, and faculty who are committed to enhancing our community through supporting the academic success of all of our students including students of color, students with disabilities, students who are first generation to college, veterans, students of all ages, students with diverse socio-economic backgrounds, “dreamers”, and students of diverse sexual orientation and gender expression.
The Director is responsible for developing and implementing the development strategy for annual giving, the year end-giving campaign, memberships in Foundation organizations, and the Scholarship program. Reporting to the Executive Director of the College of the Desert (COD) Foundation, the Director is responsible for achieving fundraising goals of the Foundation. The responsibilities include planning and implementing membership drives, business and corporate fund development, fundraising events, campus tours, solicitation of major gifts, and the administration of all membership programs and scholarships.