Careers

College Advising Corps strives to increase the number of low-income, first generation college, and underrepresented students who enter and complete higher education. We invite you to join our team!

Program Associate
Development Associate
NC Research Fellow 
Human Resources and Finance Coordinator
 

Program Associate

The Program Associate will play a critical role in supporting the Chief Program Officer (CPO), who leads our traditional in-school and virtual (eAdvising) program teams, by providing project management and implementation support in collaboration with the national program team. A critical component of this role is to design strong team processes to optimize team performance. This unique opportunity is ideal for a detail-oriented person interested in strengthening their project management skills in a mid-level leadership role. For more information about the Program Associate position and how to apply, click here.

This position will report to the Chief Program Officer and will be based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.


Development Associate

The Development Associate will play a critical role in supporting CAC’s development and grant writing efforts. Working closely with other members of the national team and reporting to the Director of Development, the Development Associate will be responsible for drafting, editing, and submitting written content for grant proposals, reports, and other materials associated with CAC’s foundation, corporate, and government grants. The ideal candidate will be an active listener and engaging storyteller, able to build authentic connections with current and prospective funders. For more information about the Development Associate position and how to apply, click here

This position will report to the Director of Development  and will be based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.


NC Research Fellow (Part-Time)

The NC Research Fellow will play a critical role in supporting CAC’s research and evaluation efforts. A large part of the fellow’s role will include serving as the project lead on a qualitative study. Through in-depth data collection, the fellow will analyze college-going cultures that exist within North Carolina partner high schools and CAC adviser influence on those college-going cultures. Specifically, the fellow will conduct interviews, surveys, and observations at four North Carolina high schools (locations TBD), spending 3-5 days at each school. In addition to leading the qualitative study, the research fellow will support the research and evaluation team’s projects in North Carolina including conducting an analysis of college enrollment outcomes, exploring advisers’ impact on the state, and gathering data from potential expansion sites. The researcher will work closely with CAC’s internal and external evaluation teams, averaging 20 hours a week with more committed hours during the qualitative data collection in April and May. For more information about the NC Research Fellow position and how to apply, click here.

This position will report to the Director of Evaluation and Impact Measurement and will be based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina with moderate regional travel.


Human Resources and Finance Coordinator

The Human Resources and Finance Coordinator will play a critical role providing administrative support for our Director of Human Resources, Talent, and Culture as well as our CFO and Staff Accountant. Human resources related tasks include supporting processes such as on-boarding and off-boarding employees and contractors, benefits and payroll processing, performance reviews, professional development, staying abreast of all state and federal laws by which CAC must abide, and other tasks that may be needed to support the Director of HR, Talent, and Culture. Finance related tasks include supporting processes such as audit preparation, processing transactions and expense and reimbursement requests, general bookkeeping using Quickbooks, financial record keeping and reconciliation, and other tasks that may be needed to support the CFO and Staff Accountant. This unique opportunity is ideal for a highly detail-oriented person interested in strengthening their human resources and finance skills in an entry-level role. For more information about the Human Resources and Finance Coordinator position and how to apply, please click here.

This position will report to the Director of Human Resources, Talent, and Culture and CFO and will be based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.