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!

Senior Director of Development
Project Manager, Innovation
Director of Communications, Marketing, and Branding
Regional Director, Georgia and South Carolina
Regional Director, Texas and Utah
Regional Director, Northeast (Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania)
Regional Director, Midwest (Michigan, Illinois, Kansas, Missouri, Indiana)
Regional Director, California
Donor Relations Manager

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 position 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 position and how to apply, click here.

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


Director of Communications, Marketing, and Branding

The Director of Communications, Marketing, and Branding will lead efforts to increase awareness and enhance the impact of our work by reaching and engaging diverse audiences and attracting high-quality media coverage. Working closely with the organization’s CEO, executive leadership team, development and communications team, and program team, the Director of Communications, Marketing, and Branding will provide leadership in communications strategy and media relations, using both traditional and new media platforms to promote public messages for CAC and its programs.

For more information about the Director of Communications, Marketing, and Branding position and how to apply, click here.

The Director of Communications, Marketing, and Branding reports to the Chief Advancement Officer and will be based in Chapel Hill, NC.


Regional Director, Georgia and South Carolina

The Regional Director will provide leadership and support to CAC programs and special projects in Georgia and South Carolina, working in collaboration with colleagues who lead programs in the Eastern Region.

The Regional Director’s objectives will be to:

  • Ensure partner programs reach programmatic goals, consistently maintain high fidelity to the CAC near-peer service model and execute high-quality support for students
  • Identify and maintain a network of high-impact partners (including higher education leaders, investors, and government officials) critical to the maintenance, sustainability and success of our university programs in Georgia and South Carolina
  • Support the Georgia Programs in partnership with Achieve Atlanta and Atlanta Public Schools, to achieve the goals of Achieve Atlanta and foster greater access and success in postsecondary education among students in Atlanta.

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

The Regional Director, Georgia and South Carolina reports to the Senior Regional Director, East and is based in Atlanta, Georgia.


Regional Director, Texas and Utah

The Regional Director will provide leadership and support to CAC programs and special projects in Texas and Utah, working in collaboration with colleagues who lead programs in the Western Region.

The Regional Director’s objectives will be to:

  • Ensure partner programs reach programmatic goals, consistently maintain high fidelity to the CAC near-peer service model, and execute high-quality support for students
  • Identify and maintain a network of high-impact partners (including higher education leaders, investors, and government officials) critical to the maintenance, sustainability and success of our university programs in Texas and Utah
  • Support the Texas programs in 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

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

The Regional Director, Texas and Utah reports to the Senior Regional Director, West and is based in Texas, ideally one of our major markets (Austin, Dallas/Fort Worth, or San Antonio).


Regional Director, Northeast (Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania)

The Regional Director will provide leadership and support to CAC programs and special projects in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Pennsylvania, working in collaboration with colleagues who lead programs in the Eastern Region.

The Regional Director’s objectives will be to:

  • Ensure partner programs reach programmatic goals, consistently maintain high fidelity to the CAC near-peer service model and execute high-quality support for students
  • Identify and maintain a network of high-impact partners (including higher education leaders, investors, and government officials) critical to the maintenance, sustainability and success of our university programs in the Northeast

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

The Regional Director, Northeast reports to the Senior Regional Director, East and is based in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, or Pennsylvania, ideally one of our major markets (Boston or Philadelphia).


Regional Director, Midwest (Michigan, Illinois, Kansas, Missouri, Indiana)

The Regional Director will provide leadership and support to CAC programs and special projects in Michigan, Illinois, Kansas, Missouri and Indiana, working in collaboration with colleagues who lead programs in the Western Region.

The Regional Director’s objectives will be to:

  • Ensure partner programs reach programmatic goals, consistently maintain high fidelity to the CAC near-peer service model and execute high-quality support for students
  • Identify and maintain a network of high-impact partners (including higher education leaders, investors, and government officials) critical to the maintenance, sustainability and success of our university programs in the Midwest

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

The Regional Director, Midwest reports to the Senior Regional Director, West and is based in Michigan, Kansas, Missouri, Indiana, or Illinois, ideally one of our major markets (Kansas City or Chicago).


Regional Director, California

The Regional Director will provide leadership and support to CAC programs and special projects in California, working in collaboration with colleagues who lead programs in the Western Region.

The Regional Director’s objectives will be to:

  • Ensure partner programs reach programmatic goals, consistently maintain high fidelity to the CAC near-peer service model and execute high-quality support for students
  • Identify and maintain a network of high-impact partners (including higher education leaders, investors, and government officials) critical to the maintenance, sustainability and success of our university programs in California

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

The Regional Director, California reports to the Senior Regional Director, West and is ideally based in one of our major markets (San Francisco or Los Angeles).


Donor Relations Manager

The Donor Relations Manager is responsible for identifying, researching, and analyzing prospects for major gift cultivation and solicitation. These research and analysis serve as the foundation of our fundraising campaign and directly contributes to the campaign’s success.

The Donor Relations Manager consults directly with the Chief Advancement Officer and the Senior Development Director to identify and qualify major donor prospects who have the propensity and capacity to support CAC initiatives and campaigns. This specialized research and analysis facilitates the cultivation and solicitation of top prospects by the Chief Advancement Officer and the Chief Executive Officer.

For more information about the Donor Relations Manager position and how to apply, click here.

The Donor Relations Manager reports to the Chief Advancement Officer and is based in Chapel Hill, NC.