ABOUT ALLIANCE COLLEGE-READY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Alliance College-Ready Public Schools is the largest nonprofit charter organization in Los Angeles, serving 12,500 low-income families across 28 open enrollment public charter high schools and middle schools. Alliance schools significantly outperform traditional public schools across almost every measure; for example, 95% of Alliance students graduate high school in four years and 95% of Alliance graduates have been accepted to college. We are committed to hiring the most dedicated, qualified, and talented teachers, school leaders, and staff to join our team and serve our students.
Alliance schools are small, with up to 150 students per grade level. They are designed to prepare students for the intellectual rigor of college coursework, equipping them with digital literacy skills required for 21st century careers. Alliance teaches logic, critical thinking, problem solving and perseverance through the application of scientific principles, deep analysis of ideas, verbal and written exchange of multiple perspectives, and mathematical concepts. All of this work is done within a technology-rich environment to personalize the student learning experience.
The Development Coordinator provides administrative and database management support for the Alliance Development team to efficiently and effectively reach ambitious fundraising goals in support of Alliance students and schools. The Development Coordinator will report directly to the Director of Development.
Donor Solicitation & Recognition Support
Admin Support to the Development Team
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Skills, Beliefs, and Mindset:
Alliance College-Ready Public Schools prides itself in offering its employees a competitive salary and excellent group benefits package that includes medical, dental and vision coverage for the employee and her/his eligible dependents. Retirement benefits are also offered and include an employer match/contribution.
Alliance College-Ready Public Schools are free public charter schools which do not discriminate against any student, parent, community member, or employee on the basis of actual or perceived ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.
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