Sr. Coordinator of College Access Programs
Organization OverviewBreakthrough Silicon Valley launches talented but underserved middle school students on the path to college, while at the same time inspiring high school and college students to become educators. Breakthrough Silicon Valley’s tuition-free program provides year-round out of school time academic support, advising, and advocacy for a diverse group of talented students, most of whom come from under-resourced communities and are first in their family to go to college. Through our students-teaching-students model, Breakthrough also provides a consummate professional development experience in education by providing talented high school and college students the opportunity to design and teach classes under the direction of seasoned education professionals.Position OverviewThe Sr. Coordinator of College Access Programs (SCCAP) takes charge of planning and implementing BreakthroughSV programs for its 9th and 10th grade students to ensure they are prepared for academic success in college. The SCCAP works closely with students as they navigate the high school years, and holds students to high academic, social, and emotional learning standards. The SCCAP consistently advises students and families throughout the school year, introducing the ins and outs to college majors and potential careers, and ensures students are on track for college through the high school transition years through workshops, field trips, and engagement activities. The SCCAP also delivers workshops focusing on college; executes community building events; and co-leads our 9th Grade and Computer Science Academy summer programs.For more information and to apply online, please go to Tinyurl.com/BTSV-SCCAP.