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The Foundation for California Community Colleges is a unique nonprofit organization that benefits, supports, and enhances the California Community College system. Our office is located in Sacramento, California. If you have questions regarding job opportunities or responding to a specific job announcement, please email







Senior Director, Policy Development

The Foundation is seeking a dynamic individual to lead the integration and alignment of student success initiatives through (1) research into system, state, and national proposals and programs related to student success, (2) the analysis of the barriers and opportunities in current policy, and (3) the identification and development of policy solutions. The incumbent will work closely with the PLN and other Success Center staff to disseminate policy information, research findings, and other resources to CCCCO leadership and the field to ensure broad implementation.   




Program Development Specialist 

Under the direction of the Chief Operating Officer and the Executive Director of Program Development, this position represents an exciting opportunity for an individual with a solid background in strategic planning, operational process improvement, and business development. In a Chief of Staff capacity, the Specialist will support the Chief Operating Officer by serving as liaison to programs within COO purview; and the Executive Director in pursuing strategies for business development initiatives. 




Call Center Agent

Under immediate supervision, the Bilingual Call Center Agent interfaces with the public to execute the activities of the Foundation call center and performs related work as required. 




Software Development Student Assistant 

The software development student assistant supports the Advancement department and is responsible for maintaining, supporting, and enhancing internal and external web applications.



Project Specialist 

The Project Specialist will liaison and collaborate with the Communications and Technology department, providing programmatic support of the development and implementation of work-based learning web applications such as LaunchPath, digital badges, and other work readiness applications. The Project Specialist will serve as the translator of workforce development content into actionable requirements and assist in prioritizing development activities with the project team. 




Environmental Program – Community Outreach Coordinator 

The Community Outreach Coordinator is responsible for assisting the Foundation's Community Outreach Manager in support of the goals of ARB. The primary focus of this role includes supporting and assisting in the implementation of outreach efforts that will raise awareness, build partnerships, leverage resources, and strengthen community capacities to successfully engage in CCI programs. 




California College Guidance Initiative –  Regional Specialist, San Gabriel Valley

The Regional Specialist I holds a number of district-related responsibilities, including, but not limited to: facilitation of small and large group discussions and professional development workshops, ongoing user support, and strategic planning. S/he also engages in project work to enhance his/her skillsets and strengthen the work of CCGI. S/he is directly supported by the Regional Manager, who oversees the entire region. 



External Relations Coordinator 

The External Relations Coordinator will serve within the communications team within the Advancement Department of the Foundation to serve as a liaison to the Foundation’s diverse group of stakeholders, helping to increase awareness and develop positive relationships to further the goals of the organization. 





Community College Associate – Career Ladders Project

The Career Ladders Project (CLP) is seeking a Community College Associate to work with the CLP team, colleges, high schools, universities and their community and workforce partners in developing, implementing, supporting, documenting and communicating to the field about high quality educational reform efforts, including pathway and transition approaches. This position is a full-time or part-time exempt position requiring travel within California. The position will be based in CLP’s Oakland offices.




Program Assistant – Career Ladders Project

The Career Ladders Project (CLP) is seeking a Program Assistant (PA) to join a dynamic team of professionals to advance the organization’s programmatic and operational goals. This is a full time, non-exempt position reporting to a CLP Senior Director.  The PA will provide essential administrative and program support to a number of multi-college initiatives and other projects along with overall support for the organization.   



California College Guidance Initiative – Regional Manager, Sacramento

The Regional Manager holds a number of supervisory and district-related responsibilities, including, but not limited to: direct supervision of one or more Regional Specialists, development of Regional Specialists to encourage their professional growth, facilitation of small and large group discussions and professional development workshops for educators, provision of ongoing user support, and management of district-specific and regional strategies to advance systemic change in college guidance a preparation practices.




Student Smog Technician (throughout CA)

Student will receive hands-on experience performing emissions inspections alongside the BAR Referee while training on “live” vehicles in a real-world environment.


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