Did you know that only 11% of low-income students in the United States will graduate from college compared to nearly 80% of their high income peers? At College Success Foundation, we provide students with the inspiration, mentoring, counseling and financial support they need to navigate their individual path to college completion. Since 2000, College Success Foundation has been supporting low-income, underserved students those who might not otherwise get to college without our help. We do everything in our power to help students succeed! With our unique integrated system of supports and scholarships starting as early as middle school, we have helped 9,000 students graduate from college! Join us and help change lives through education. Currently College Success Foundation is recruiting for Director of Development to join our team.
The Director, Development is responsible for contributing to College Success Foundation's (CSF's) overall fundraising revenues through major gifts, corporate fundraising, special events, broad-based donor development and other projects consistent with the mission and values of CSF. The Director will work directly with the Chief Advancement Officer, CSF leaders and team members to develop and coordinate development programs. The Director will work closely with programs and regional site directors to meet revenue goals for the organization. Primary responsibilities include securing major gifts; leading members of the development team; and creating, planning, implementing and measuring comprehensive fundraising strategies for the organization.
Minimum eight (8) years of relevant professional experience including fundraising, events, institutional philanthropy, and non-profit board development.
Supervisory and managerial experience.
College Success Foundation is an EEO/AA/Disabled/Veteran employer and maintains a drug free environment.
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