Founded in 1997, College Track is a national non-profit organization that empowers students to achieve their dream of a college education. This organization exists to increase high school graduation, enrollment, and college graduation rates among students from low-income communities, thereby closing the achievement gap and creating college-going cultures for students who are under-represented in higher education. Over 95% of College Track seniors graduate from high school, 90% of our students are accepted to 4-year colleges, and over 55% complete college. 85% will be the first in their family to graduate from college.

Executive Assistant/Office Manager | College Track National Office – Oakland, CA

College Track seeks an experienced, outstanding professional with a collaborative attitude to provide high-level administrative support to the CEO, David Silver, and the College Track Executive Team. Qualified candidates will have a self-directed nature, with the ability to manage their time and prioritize assignments efficiently.

Site Director – Oakland, CA

The Site Director is responsible for the overall outcomes of the College Track Oakland Center. Functioning as the principal of our college-access after-school program in Oakland, this non-profit education reform leader will be responsible for the high academic performance and holistic development of students, ensuring that students in the program attend and graduate from college. Working under the leadership of the Chief Executive Officer and Vice President of Programs, this individual will have direct accountability for meeting the organization’s bottom line goals in the following areas: Enrollment and Attendance, Retention, Academic Readiness, College Eligibility, Financial Readiness and College Graduation. Additionally, the Site Director will be responsible for establishing an efficient and empowered work environment, managing the site budget, and managing a staff of 5 full-time employees and 50+ part-time employees (paid and volunteer). Experience interacting effectively with all levels of an organization is important.

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