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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 Project Specialist, Success Center

This position will support the Success Center unit of the Success Center by participating in organizational, project management, and other activities to advance the Chancellor’s Office Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Implementation Plan and the implementation of its 68 hiring, retention, and support strategies



Bilingual Call Center Agent, BAR, Community Impact (2)

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



Senior Communications Specialist, CCGI

The Senior Communications Specialist is responsible for handling day-to-day organizational communications needs. They manage updates to and assisting in the creation of new collateral and video pieces. They serve as the organization’s primary translator of communications materials and help to ensure they speak effectively to students and parents. They also play a lead role in managing CCGI’s social media, and they support the deputy director of communications in developing, implementing, and evaluating new communications approaches.



Program Coordinator, CAN

The Program Coordinator works with the CAN team and other statewide and national stakeholders to increase the quantity and quality of Out-of-School Time opportunities for youth in California. The Program Coordinator provides executive level programmatic, operational, and administrative support to the Senior Specialist – Workforce Initiatives and senior management team of the California AfterSchool Network; coordinates project and field activities, committees, communications including social media, as well as office services, operations, and procedures; and maintains project records and documents in order to ensure organizational effectiveness and efficiency. As a member of a CAN team, the Program Coordinator makes independent decisions about day-to-day operations and completes project management responsibilities in partnership with the Senior Specialist – Workforce Initiatives.



Program Specialist, Community Impact

The Program Specialist is responsible for providing oversight and support of the Foundation’s various Community Impact programs including Smog Check Referee, workforce development, consumer assistance programs and community projects. Provides leadership, project coordination, technical support and administrative assistance to the Department Directors which includes collecting, analyzing, and performing quality control functions of various Departmental Programs.



Call Center Agent, Community Impact (100)

We are seeking Call Center Agents to join the Foundation’s Community Impact Call Center to provide outstanding customer service and technical assistance to families who receive social services across the state. Primary responsibility is to provide accurate information about eligible benefits, answer questions and inquiries, troubleshoot issues, document case notes and escalate inquiries when necessary. 



Deputy Director, Operations (Salesforce Administrator), CCGI

The ideal person for this team is a strong Salesforce administrator with excellent project management, communication, and management skills. The Deputy Director of Operations manages a small team responsible for the development and maintenance of operational infrastructure, policies and procedures in a quickly growing organization. 



Data Engineer, CCGI

The ideal candidate for this team has extensive experience building out complex data architectures, including the testing, maintenance, and refinement of all data pipelines. They have also experience successfully scaling up an organization’s data intake to terabytes and petabytes of data, as well as optimizing data delivery and automating manual processes. 



Call Center Lead, Community Impact (10)

The Community Impact Call Center provides outstanding customer service and technical assistance to families who receive social services across the state. We are seeking Call Center Leads to support in organizing, directing, and overseeing the activities of the Foundation’s Call Center and its staff. In addition, Leads may perform standard call center agent duties as needed, including answering calls, troubleshooting issues, and documenting case notes.



Call Center Supervisor, Community Impact (5)

The Community Impact Call Center provides outstanding customer service and technical assistance to families who receive social services across the state. We are seeking Call Center Supervisors to support in directing, overseeing, and evaluating all activities of the Foundation’s Call Center and its staff.



Talent Development Manager, Human Resources

The Talent Development Manager will utilize and enhance the existing framework and learning management system by partnering with the executive leadership, the employee-led Professional Development Committee (PDC), the employee-led Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee, and departments and their leadership within the organization to develop, enhance and execute leadership and professional development training and strategy.



Data Visualization Analyst, CCGI

The California College Guidance Initiative is looking for a data visualization expert to join the Data Infrastructure and Analytics Team. As part of the Data Infrastructure and Analytic Team, you will be designing new internal analytics tools and dashboards, as well as continuing to refine and iterate on our existing suite of tools and dashboards. This role will be instrumental in helping us craft nuanced analyses of our data with the aim of uncovering insights on California’s official college and career planning platform for K-12th grade students, parents, and educators,



Data Analyst, CCGI

The California College Guidance Initiative (CCGI) is looking for a Data Analyst who is just as comfortable working with varied data sets (structured and unstructured) to surface actionable insights, as they are working with external/internal audiences to breakdown complex data-driven information. 



Senior Specialist, Equity

The Senior Specialist will guide CCC staff, faculty, foster youth liaisons, and Student Ambassadors in understanding public benefits programs by developing and providing access to student-centered collateral, resources, and trainings. The Senior Specialist will be responsible for digging deeply into eligibility criteria for public benefits programs and developing digestible materials that colleges can use to assist transition-age foster youth and other students in applying for and accessing public benefits programs to address students’ basic needs, such as CalFresh, CalFresh Employment and Training, CalWORKS, Medi-Cal, Earned Income Tax Credit, and transitional housing. 



Research Specialist, Student Centered Design Lab, Advancement

The Research Specialist will join the Student Centered Design Lab, a small but growing team housed in the Foundation’s Incubation Unit. The Student Centered Design Lab team applies design thinking, user experience (UX) frameworks, and market research methodologies to increase students’ access to and success within higher education. 



Senior Specialist, Workforce Development

This position represents an exciting opportunity to help shape and lead the day-to-day implementation of the Apprenticeship Expansion Project (AEP) which focuses on cross-sector understanding and coordination among statewide and regional partners including workforce, education, and community organizations, to drive expansion of new and innovative preapprenticeships, enhanced on-the-job training, and registered apprenticeships as pathways for low-wage workers to secure middle-skill jobs in California.



Interim Executive Director, California Medicine Scholars Program

The Interim Executive Director (IED) champions a culture of collaborative, diversity pipeline education for the community college-university-medical school pathway for the California Medicine Scholars Program (CMSP) across the State of California. Reporting to the Chief Advancement Officer, the Foundation, and the CMSP Executive Board, the IED assures CMSP lives its mission and achieves its vision and strategic priorities with its partners in institutional, regional, state-wide, and national organizations. Establishes a clear vision for what the organization needs in permanent leadership and staff. Leads marketing and operations (finances, staff and sub-contractors, workflow, information technology and equipment, facilities). Oversees leadership of program development, implementation, and evaluation.



Internal Communications Specialist, Communications

This team member will work closely with Foundation “core” teams, including executive staff, infrastructure departments, and programs, to develop, manage, and execute impactful internal and external-facing communications strategies that raise awareness of the Foundation’s work and support system efforts to increase educational access for students.



Specialist, Workforce Development

This position will support projects under the Foundation’s new program, Future of Work and Learning Initiative (FWLI), which aims to support ongoing efforts of the California Community Colleges to adopt more adaptable education approaches that strengthen connections between learning and work, increasing colleges’ capacity to more rapidly respond to the evolving needs of students and employer partners while helping close racial, economic, and social equity gaps.



BAR Site Referee, Woodland Hills

The Bureau of Automotive Repair (BAR) Smog Check Referee program was created to improve the smog check process and help reduce air pollution for all Californians. Referee centers are state contracted emissions test facilities that provide a wide array of resources for California motorists, including specialized services other smog stations are not authorized to perform. The Foundation for California Community Colleges (Foundation) is contracted by BAR to manage the Smog Check Referee program at 31 Community College campuses. In addition to a wide array of services for consumers, Referee centers offer valuable career training opportunities for California Community College students.


Senior Content Specialist, Communications

Senior Content Specialist, Communications

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