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POSITION: Coordinator for Community Engagement

REPORTS TO: Director of the Office of Spirituality and the Sister Dorothy Stang Center
STATUS: Full:time, 11:months, Exempt
SUPERVISES: Bonner Leaders

In alignment with the Universitys core values, the Hallmarks of a Notre Dame Learning Community, and the mission of social justice and global peace, the Coordinator for Community Engagement within the Office of Spirituality and the Sister Dorothy Stang Center oversees a comprehensive community engagement experiences that prepare students for a life of service in their chosen fields, and helps to facilitate integration of community based learning into curricular and co:curricular programs in order to illuminate the connection between academic and social change.

Partnerships/Community Engagement Development:
:Maintain, initiate and nurture partner relationships with organizations and non:profits in the San Francisco Bay Area (with primary attention to the Peninsula) focused on community:based learning opportunities and community:based research needs for faculty, staff and students; site visits included.
:Compile and maintain a database with all current student, staff, faculty and alumni involvement in community:based learning, community:based research and internships. Assist university constituents with placement and development of mutually beneficial projects.
:Conduct research and outreach to find appropriate internship opportunities.
:Maintain relationships with current and ongoing internship sites.
:Support Career Services staff in tracking and promoting internships.
:Develop procedures related to the achievement of Carnegie Classification as a Community EngagAssist in creating a clearinghouse on the university website inclusive of all community engagement projects.
Bonner Leaders Program:
In the Bonner Leader program, approximately 10 undergraduates make a one:year commitment to invest approximately 10 hours per week either on campus (designing and implementing service and social justice education for their peers) or off:campus (working at a non:profit in the Bay Area). Some Bonner Leaders are responsible for coordinating and leading co:curricular service programs for their peers and for designing and delivering issue: based social justice education. Bonner Leaders recruit and support volunteers.
:Leads and manages all aspects of the Bonner Leaders with support from the Director
:Develops and implements intensive week:long orientation, ongoing support, weekly one hour meetings, critical reflection, academic connections, and skill development training.
:Supervises graduate student intern in support of this program (when applicable).
:Provides day:to:day supervision and coaching to Bonner Leaders in all their duties.
:Guides students as they create a calendar of social justice education programs/events. Supports students in delivering one:time and ongoing direct service opportunities
:Guides students in creating and implementing assessment and evaluation of service projects, student experiences, and community partnerships.
:Maintains ongoing communication with all Bonner Leader community partners through phone calls, emails, visits, and evaluation meetings. In collaboration with the Director, explores opportunities to expand semester:long off:campus service experiences and internships Monitors budgets related to programs within this purview.
:Coordinates Financial Aid contracts and payroll for student employees.
:Utilizes a database to track community partnerships, specific projects, outcomes, hours of service, etc.
:In collaboration with Director, explores grant funding for programs (especially to support non:FWS student participation).
:Recruit, train, supervise and evaluate the student Bonner Leader members.
:Support Call to Action Day
:Develop and implement a c


• Location: belmont, San Mateo

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