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Date Title Description Information
1/24/2023 Foundation Director

Gavilan College, a vibrant beacon of opportunity in the heart of California, seeks a visionary leader to serve as Director of our Educational Foundation. This position will play a pivotal role in ensuring that every student has the opportunity to reach their full potential. The ideal candidate should have a proven track record of identifying and cultivating individual and corporate donors, crafting strategic fundraising campaigns, and exceeding fundraising goals. Raised funds will support our college's scholarships, academic programs, and essential resources. But leadership extends beyond numbers. You will ardently champion Gavilan's core principles: Diversity, purpose, inclusiveness, and equity. You will weave these values into the fabric of our foundation, ensuring that every voice is heard, every story is valued, and every student has the opportunity to thrive. If you envision your leadership fueling the dreams of countless individuals and shaping the future of Gavilan, we encourage you to join this transformative journey. Submit your application today and become a part of our legacy.

Applications deadline is 2/9/2024.

11/2/2023 Executive Director

The Butte-Glenn Community College District has opened its search for an Executive Director, Foundation. The Butte College Foundation (the Foundation) is an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit auxiliary to the Butte-Glenn Community College District (the District). The mission of the Foundation is to help ensure the academic development and excellence of students through financial and other forms of support; to establish scholarship programs and services that benefit our students; to constantly evaluate our funding priorities to identify areas critical to our success; and to create fundraising initiatives that will support the programs and services of Butte College.

Under the direct supervision of the Superintendent/President, the Executive Director will develop and implement a comprehensive development program designed to meet fundraising goals and revenue growth of the Butte-Glenn Community College District; and provide vision, leadership, strategic direction, and administrative oversight of the Foundation, its Board of Directors, and its staff. This position is responsible for facilitating the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of private financial support from individuals, corporations, and foundations to enable the district to accomplish its goals and meet its mission. The successful candidate will work to increase visibility and relationships throughout the District. 

The application deadline is 12/14/2023.

10/20/2023 Chief Executive Officer

The Santa Barbara City College Foundation is seeking a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to lead California’s top community college foundation, with assets of approximately $85 million and a full-time staff of fourteen. The new CEO will build on the SBCC Foundation’s longstanding success in ensuring that Santa Barbara City College remains accessible to all who seek to take advantage of its life-changing educational opportunities. The CEO will be a strategic, visionary thinker who values building partnerships and relationships to support mutual goals.

Priority review will begin by December 1,st 2023; however, the position will remain open until filled.

10/12/2023 Executive Director

The Peralta Colleges Foundation (the Foundation) is an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit auxiliary to the Peralta Community College District (the District) comprised of four community colleges in Northern Alameda County: Berkeley City College (formerly Vista Community College), College of Alameda, Laney College and Merritt College. The Foundation supports academic excellence and success throughout the District by building partnerships in the region to raise funds for scholarships to committed students and financial support to the four colleges that comprise the District.


Reporting to a 20-member, highly visible and active Board of Directors, the Executive Director maintains overall responsibility for staff, operations and finance management; fund development and events; board development and community relations. The Executive Director must plan, organize, coordinate and execute a comprehensive fundraising program to drive student success by engaging foundations, corporations and individual donors as well as alumni and friends of the District.

8/20/2023 Grants Coordinator

The Los Angeles Community College District has a new position open for Grants Coordinator for our Education Services Center. This position is responsible for planning, coordinating, and monitoring the implementation of a variety of grants at a college or the District Office to ensure compliance with programmatic and fiscal requirements; researches and identifies a variety of grant sources, and provides technical assistance in the writing and review of grant proposals.

The filing deadline is 9/15/2023.

3/10/2023 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 LACC Foundation is looking for a Director of Development to contribute to a robust team (9) in support of its students. 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.