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C2C Program Leader, TRIO/C2C Education Success Coach, C2C Equitable Pathways Specialist

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Campus Compact of Oregon

Summary of Program Leader Position: The C2C Leaders will serve within the office of Campus Compact of Oregon for the 2021-2022 program year. The C2C Leaders will support a team of 16 C2C AmeriCorps members placed in K12 and community college campuses throughout the state of Oregon, as well as community organizations. The C2C Leader will work closely with the AmeriCorps Program Director and assist in intentionally supporting and guiding C2C members to ensure that members have the requisite skills and guidance to be successful at their sites. The C2C Leader must complete 1700 hours of service within 11 months of enrollment in the C2C program.

Responsibilities and Related Tasks: (not an all-encompassing list, and may evolve and shift over time due to programmatic changes and safety due to COVID19)

  • Acts as main point of contact and provides individual support and consultation for C2C members via phone, e-mail, and in-person contact (TBD with safety protocols) to assist and guide them through their service year
  • Assist in full cycle recruitment, including enrolling and orienting C2C members, as well as supporting member exits and exit procedures
  • Develop sustainable tracking systems for documenting and collecting timesheets, reports, and paperwork from C2C Members
  • Co-plan and co-facilitate professional development trainings and reflection opportunities for the 2021-2022 C2C cohort outside of annual In-Service Trainings
  • Organize with members C2C cohort service projects in conjunction with sites and communities served
  • Generate resources to connect and refer members for personal and professional development, self-care, and project development and implementation
  • Co-plan and co-facilitate in-service trainings (IST) and other events as necessary with Campus Compact of Oregon office
  • Support the facilitation of National Service Criminal History Checks (NSCHC) in accordance with Corporation for National Community Service (CNCS) regulations

Campus Compact of Oregon AmeriCorps Member Responsibilities:

  • Complete 1700 hours of service (by August 1, 2022)
  • Complete all Campus Compact of Oregon required progress reports, timesheets, and other materials as necessary
  • Create and/or facilitate trainings for C2C and Campus Compact of Oregon
  • Attend all Campus Compact of Oregon and Connect2Complete AmeriCorps trainings
    • Pre-Service Orientation (PSO): September 2021
    • Bi-Monthly cohort gatherings: TBD
    • Campus Compact of Oregon trainings: TBD
    • Attend National Service Days, AmeriCorps Kickoff, Life After AmeriCorps if capacity allows
    • IST, retreats, and other events TBD (may take place outside of work placement site and may be multiple days long)

Required Qualifications:

  • 18 years and older
  • U.S. Citizen, U.S. National or lawful permanent resident
  • Ability to pass a criminal history background check
  • Ability to work well with people of diverse backgrounds
  • Strong organization, problem-solving, and written and oral communication skills
  • Basic office computer skills, including Word processing, Google Workplace, Zoom, Weebly, Slack, Doodle, Survey Monkey, etc.
  • Experience navigating non-profit realm and systems
  • Can learn and adapt quickly and implement sustainable, efficient infrastructure to maintain program needs via spreadsheets, handbooks, training manuals, etc.
  • Program management (marketing, event planning, training, volunteer management) experience
  • Ability/Willingness to support and facilitate full cycle recruitment, individual check-ins, weekly meetings, IST planning and organizing
  • Ability to work effectively and efficiently in a fast-paced work environment
  • Strong initiative, self-starter and self-advocacy skills (ability to work autonomously while remote)
  • Willing to accept and/or ask for constructive feedback and assistance
  • Enthusiasm for helping others succeed
  • Willingness/openness to learn about and discuss racial equity and social justice issues through deeper self-reflection and critical dialogue
  • Ability to travel off-site and out of town (transportation will be organized)
  • Must have reliable transportation to and from work placement site (Campus Compact of Oregon) (bus pass provided as well, as needed)

Preferred Qualifications:

  • AA or BA/BS degree in a related field
  • Previous work experience in a related field (youth work, K12 and/or higher education)
  • Academic knowledge of critical theory and race relations in the United States
  • Experience applying an equity lens
  • Experience with culturally and/or trauma informed responses to issues
  • Experience and/or knowledge around school systems, especially in rural Oregon
  • Successful navigation of issues that affect communities served by C2C (i.e. food insecurity, housing insecurity, poverty, racism, etc.) and/or proficiency around Oregon resources, i.e. snap benefits, OHP, etc.
  • Driver’s license and willingness to drive staff and/or members, if necessary

AmeriCorps Benefits

  • Pre-tax base living allowance of $17,600 (distributed evenly over 11 months, payments are received every 2 weeks) [pre-tax: amount that is awarded before taxes]
  • Loan forbearance and interest accrual reimbursement on qualifying loans (e.g. federal student loans)
  • Basic health care plan (if needed)
  • Eligibility for SNAP/EBT food benefits/food stamps, including other low-income benefits that are state specific
  • Education Award of $6,345 this amount goes up every year to account for inflation upon successful completion of the program
  • Child care assistance for qualifying members
  • Members may be given a mid-year and end of year member evaluation from their program supervisor
  • Networking, training, and professional development opportunities
  • A chance to make a difference in your community and schools!

Host Site Benefits:

  • Access to $150 professional development fund
  • $600 monthly housing assistance
  • $75 monthly home office assistance (amount subject to change) depending on operational funds
  • Mileage reimbursement for work-related travel (this does not include required travel to and from work placement site (Campus Compact of Oregon)
  • $28 monthly TriMet bus pass
  • Flexible self-care/vacation days
  • Paid lunches during office retreats, IST, and site visits

Summary of TRIO/C2C Education Success Coach Position: Provides an array of academic coaching support to TRIO Educational Talent Search (ETS) and TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) program participants, in addition to all student enrolled at Mt. Hood Community College and partner K-12 schools. Assesses student needs and provides direct support to TRIO (ETS/SSS)/MHCC students in the areas of academic coaching, financial aid, scholarship, financial literacy, career goals, and program orientation. Special Cultural Enrichment and Service Day assignments as instructed by Campus Compact. Assists students with establishing and maintaining short- and long-range plans, and collaborates with TRIO program, college staff and community members, regarding resources to remove barriers and support student success.

Essential Duties:

  1. Understands student needs assessment, which may include program intakes.
  2. Meets with supervisor(s) to best understand the development of long-range education plans, selection of appropriate courses, and interpretation of institutional requirements and assessment of progress toward

established career and life goals; assesses alternatives and consequences of decisions.

  1. Works with TRIO ETS/SSS students via small group and individual sessions. Reviews academic plans and college plans, monitors their academic progress by one-on-one sessions and provides appropriate intervention referrals as needed.
  2. Collaborates with student service departments and staff, including the Learning Success Center/AVID, to implement and provide tutoring resources, time-management, study skills, and regular academic check-ins. Maintains up-to-date resources on campus to best support student success.
  3. Assists TRIO ETS/SSS students with enrollment/registration, financial aid, and academic and probation/suspension status.
  4. Provides personalized assessment of participants’ barriers to successfully completing educational goals, and provides assistance in overcoming or limiting these where possible.
  5. Assists students with the development of decision-making skills and awareness of educational and community resources.
  6. Refers students to appropriate on-campus, in-depth expertise and serves as liaison among

students, faculty, administration, staff and the community in developing and implementing a seamless approach to program services, guided by a TRIO supervisor or Director of TRIO Programs.

  1. Provides one-on-one support for TRIO ETS/SSS students around college/university admissions and applying for financial aid (FAFSA)
  2. Develops, plans, and conducts activities, such as orientations, cultural enrichment, and information workshops, classes, visits to 4-year colleges and universities and other activities as appropriate for both TRIO ETS and SSS programs.
  3. Ensures compliance with TRIO legislation and regulations.
  4. Shares any required information to supervisor(s) for input in program databases (Blumen), including student contacts for services log and current information/data to indicate academic progress.

Additional Duties:

  1. Provides assistance to the Director of TRIO Programs for recruitment and outreach efforts for both TRIO ETS and TRIO SSS.
  2. Serves on committees as appropriate.
  3. May share any relevant knowledge of student success strategies to TRIO Student Support Service Ambassadors, work-study and hourly student employees. Provides input to Director of TRIO Program as needed.
  4. Performs all other related duties as assigned by Campus Compact.
  5. Complies with FERPA and K-12 district policies

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Willingness to learn applicable federal, state, and local laws, regulations, and legislation related to TRIO programs
  • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing
  • Knowledge of financial aid policies and processes
  • Knowledge of best practices related to student success and academic assessment
  • Ability to work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders

Working Conditions:

Work is typically performed in a normal office environment while sitting at a computer terminal. Repetitive hand/wrist motion and eye-strain for data-entry and keyboarding functions. Possible exposure to potentially dangerous situations when working off-campus, after normal hours and when traveling to and from events and off-campus partner schools. Remote capability, if assigned by the Director of TRIO Programs or institutional administration(s).

See ADA Physical Requirements Section on file for other usual and customary physical requirements.


  • Living stipend of $16,000 (distributed bimonthly over 10.5 months)
  • Education Award of $6,345.00 upon successful completion of service
  • Loan forbearance or interest accrual on qualified student loans
  • Basic health care plan (if not eligible for OHP or alternate insurance)
  • Training and professional development opportunities
  • Access to an extensive network of AmeriCorps Alums

Summary of Equitable Pathways Specialist Position: The C2C AmeriCorps Member will serve with Tigard Tualatin School District in the Reengagement Program at Tigard High School (THS). The primary function will be to support THS in providing interventions with chronically absent students and families as well as deepening student engagement for continued success. Members will develop, implement, and expand attendance and academic engagement programs utilizing mentorship, family engagement, and service- learning to get students to increase their attendance and create a more inclusive school environment. The program will focus on students with low-school attendance (80% and below) which includes disproportionate numbers of low-income students, students of color, and students who are the first in their family to attend college (first generation students). C2C AmeriCorps Members will report to Campus Compact of Oregon’s AmeriCorps Program Manager and placement site supervisors. All members must complete 1700 hours of service within 10.5 months of enrollment in the C2C program.

*This position has the opportunity to continue into the 22-23 school year and re-enroll as a 1700hr C2C AmeriCorps Member (September 2022- August 2023) if service is completed successfully and meets C2C standards of performance. 1700hr members receive a living stipend of $16,000 and an education award of $6,345.

Major Responsibilities and Related Tasks:

  • Foster healthy relationships w/ students and families
  • Assist in cultivating school/community partnerships
  • Work as a member of a multidisciplinary team to increase attendance and school connection for students experiencing challenges to engagement.
  • Provide supports to students including academic support, needs assessment, activities to support school engagement
  • Connect students and families to resources for barriers that prevent them engaging with school
  • Deepen student and family relationships w/ schools
  • Create and implement service-learning and leadership opportunities for students, parents and volunteers
  • Promote program impacts to internal and external stakeholders
  • Engage in personal reflection

Campus Compact of Oregon AmeriCorps Responsibilities:

  • Complete 1700 hours of service (by August 31, 2022)
  • Complete all Campus Compact of Oregon required progress reports, timesheets and other paperwork
  • Attend all Campus Compact of Oregon and Connect2Complete AmeriCorps trainings
    • Pre-Service Orientation
    • Monthly cohort trainings
    • 3 In-Service Campus Compact trainings
    • Participate in National Service Days
  • Create and implement at least one service project and recruit volunteers

Required Qualifications:

  • 18 year and older
  • U.S. Citizen, U.S. National or lawful permanent resident
  • Ability to pass a criminal history background check
  • Ability to serve effectively with people of diverse backgrounds
  • Strong organization, written and oral communication skills
  • Basic office computer skills, including Word processing
  • Program management experience (marketing, event planning, training, volunteer management)
  • Strong initiative; self-starter
  • Enthusiasm for helping others succeed
  • Experience and openness to learn about and discuss racial equity and social justice

Preferred Qualifications:

  • AA or BA/BS Degree
  • Fluent in Spanish
  • Academic knowledge of critical theory and race relations in the US
  • Experience applying an equity lens

Connect2Complete AmeriCorps Member Benefits:

  • A total pre-tax living stipend of $16,000 (disbursed twice monthly in even payments throughout service)
  • A taxed education award of $6,345 pending successful completion of service
  • Loan forbearance and interest accrual payment on qualified student loans
  • Childcare (if eligible)
  • Access to extensive network of AmeriCorps Alums
  • Ongoing training and professional development opportunities

Site Specific Benefits:

  • Access to $150 professional development fund
  • Mileage reimbursement for service-related travel

1 Shift

  • 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM

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About Campus Compact of Oregon


620 SW 5th Ave. Suite 910, Portland, OR 97204, US

Mission Statement

OUR MISSION Campus Compact of Oregon convenes and supports the work of educational institutions individually and collectively to improve their practice around institutional equity, collaborative learning, and community engagement to respond effectively to a racially diverse and changing Oregon. OUR EQUITY STATEMENT As a racial justice and educational equity organization, we owe it to ourselves, our partners, and the communities that we collaborate with to strive for the utmost integrity. With this, we seek to dismantle harmful systems that perpetuate hate, xenophobia, and ignorance while working to center those most impacted by institutional, systemic, and interpersonal oppression: Black Indigenous & People of Color, LGBTQAI2++ people, immigrants and refugees, low-income people, and people with disabilities. ‚Äč


Campus Compact of Oregon is the only statewide organization working with private, public, four-year, and two-year institutions of higher education, and the only regional or state Compact welcoming K12 schools and education nonprofits as members. We embrace our unique position to strengthen educational equity in Oregon through a focus on racial justice, community engaged learning, and college and K12 partnership. Take a look at how we do this through our programs.

Campus Compact of Oregon currently operates four AmeriCorps programs: an AmeriCorps VISTA program, Summer VISTA, and two state/national projects Connect2Complete and College Access Corps. All Campus Compact of Oregon programs are committed to promoting racial equity and social justice, and eliminating inequities that exist in Oregon in postsecondary access and success for students of color and first generation students. National service members are placed at colleges, universities, K12 schools, or education nonprofits and work with a supervisor at this host site. Each of our programs achieve this mission in a slightly different way.

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