Why work for us?
The Partnership for College Completion (PCC) is a nonprofit organization that envisions a state where equitable opportunities to access and complete a college education leads to greater degree attainment, racial equity, and socioeconomic mobility for Illinoisans. PCC champions policies, practices, and systems that increase college completion and eliminate degree completion disparities for low-income, first-generation, and students of color in Illinois – particularly Black and Latinx students.
PCC seeks our first Development Manager, who will work closely with the Chief of Staff and Executive Director to build strategy, systems, and structures for PCC’s fundraising efforts. The Development Manager will be responsible for helping to identify, cultivate and steward relationships with current and prospective foundation donors with a goal of increasing foundation revenue. This role is ideal for an entrepreneurial individual who would like to gain experience in all aspects of fundraising and who is passionate about higher education equity. The successful candidate for this role will be a creative, compelling writer and someone who enjoys exploring new ideas and opportunities in a collaborative, fast-paced environment. Apply Here →
Senior Communications Manager
PCC seeks a Senior Communications Manager (SCM) who will continue to elevate the organization as a thought leader in higher education equity. This individual will be a strategic thinker, talented relationships builder, and strong writer who will lay out the challenge of higher education equity in the state of Illinois, the solutions PCC advances in pursuit of equity, and the impact of its work. This individual will also be responsible for engaging with and cultivating media contacts. The ideal candidate for this role will be creative, analytical, visually talented, a strong and effective communicator, and adept at creating messaging for various audiences. The SCM will be passionate about shining a light on issues of higher education equity and building the case for the work of the PCC to address longstanding inequities. Apply Here →