Careers

At College Advising Corps, we believe that every student deserves the opportunity to enter and complete higher education and are committed to supporting students as they navigate the complex processes of college admissions, financial aid, and enrollment.

We aspire to build one of the most innovative, diverse, and inclusive teams in the country. At College Advising Corps, we believe that our work is not just a vocation. It is a mission.

We invite you to join our team!

Project Director, CollegePoint
Regional Director, Texas 
Hybrid Adviser, Texas
Executive Assistant to the Chief Advancement Officer
Senior Director of Development
Project Manager, Innovation

Project Director, CollegePoint

The Project Director, CollegePoint is a dynamic and results-oriented professional who oversees the design and management of CAC’s implementation of CollegePoint, a national initiative funded by Bloomberg Philanthropies to increase the number of high-achieving, low- and moderate-income students who apply to, enroll in, and graduate from match-fit institutions. The Project Director, CollegePoint collaborates closely with the lead funder, peer implementing partners, external evaluators, and internal teams to drive project design, implementation, and outcomes.

For more information about the Project Director, CollegePoint position and how to apply, click here.

The Project Director, CollegePoint will report to the Senior Director, Innovation and will be based in Chapel Hill, NC.


Regional Director, Texas

The Regional Director, Texas will provide leadership and support to CAC programs and special projects in Texas.  Key responsibilities include: providing training, coaching, guidance and support to program directors and advisers on CAC’s core program model, ensuring they provide high quality support for students; developing a dedicated, informed approach to working with students with learning differences (LD) to foster greater access and success in postsecondary education among students with learning differences; and cultivating and managing key relationships with strategic funding, community, and other program partners so that CAC successfully meets its program obligations in the region.  The Regional Director, Texas may also support the growth of CAC in Texas over time, as well as within the region as needed.

For more information about the Regional Director, Texas position and how to apply, click here.

The Regional Director, Texas reports to the Senior Regional Director, West and will be based near one of our four university partners in Texas (UT Austin, Texas A&M, TCU, and Trinity University).


Hybrid Adviser, Texas

Hybrid Advisers will support a pilot project with the Texas Education Agency to increase college and career readiness, postsecondary enrollment, and postsecondary persistence among Texas high school students.

Specifically, Hybrid Advisers will be primarily based in Austin, TX, serving as one of two advisers in a school in the Texas Coastal Bend (outside Corpus Christie). Hybrid Advisers ensure that students have the information necessary to explore the full range of college options and are also responsible for diligently recording and tracking student engagement and programmatic milestones leading to college enrollment. Hybrid Advisers will serve either 9th and 10th graders or 11th and 12th graders through virtual 1-on-1 meetings, regular delivery of timely content via text and email, and monthly in-person events (involving overnight travel) that reinforce critical milestones in postsecondary access and success.

For more information about the Hybrid Adviser position and how to apply, click here.

The Hybrid Adviser reports to the Senior Director of Innovation and will be based in Austin, TX.


Executive Assistant to the Chief Advancement Officer 

The Executive Assistant (EA) will play a critical role in supporting the program and advancement departments’ efforts to broaden CAC’s footprint and deepen its impact in existing markets. The EA’s responsibilities are two-fold: 1) Provide administrative support to the Chief Advancement Officer and 2) Develop processes and systems to keep the advancement department abreast of key development/communications updates and best practices that emerge across all projects.

The EA will gain valuable exposure to all aspects of fundraising and communications within a dynamic and large national nonprofit organization. This unique opportunity is ideal for a detail-oriented person who thrives on working behind the scenes and providing support where it is needed most.

For more information about the Executive Assistant position and how to apply, click here.

The Executive Assistant reports to the Chief Advancement Officer and will be based in Chapel Hill, NC.


Senior Director of Development

The Senior Director of Development will manage, coach, and retain a team of high-performing development professionals who effectively execute fundraising across different aspects of the development pipeline – corporate and foundation philanthropy, annual fund, and individual giving. The Senior Director of Development supports the Chief Advancement Officer’s fundraising activities; is a key fundraiser responsible for expanding and diversifying the funder base; and will develop and implement a strategic development plan. The Senior Director of Development will be expected to cultivate and manage relationships with a portfolio of approximately 75-125 current donors and prospects. The successful candidate will help forge new relationships to build the visibility, impact, and financial resources of CAC.

For more information about the Senior Director of Development and how to apply, click here.

The Senior Director of Development reports to the Chief Advancement Officer and will be based in Chapel Hill, NC.


Project Manager, Innovation

The Project Manager of Innovation will lead project design, implementation, and training activities on various virtual/hybrid advising pilots within the Innovation team. The successful candidate will manage an innovative pilot project with the Texas Education Agency to increase college and career readiness, postsecondary enrollment, and postsecondary persistence among Texas high school students. The Project Manager will supervise four Hybrid Advisers who are based in Austin and serve two rural schools based in Coastal Bend, Texas. In addition to managing the Hybrid Advising pilot in Texas, the Project Manager will also provide leadership in curriculum development, training, and facilitation across all virtual/hybrid advising initiatives in the Innovation team.

For more information about the Project Manager, Innovation and how to apply, click here.

The Project Manager, Innovation reports to the Senior Director, Innovation and will be based in Austin, TX.