Manager, Community Partnerships and Outreach

Girls Who Code

About the organization

Girls Who Code is a nonprofit organization which aims to support and increase the number of women in computer science. The organization is working to close the gender employment difference in technology and change the image of what a programmer looks like.


Develop and execute the outreach strategy to meet and exceed goals within assigned territory
Cultivate a robust pipeline of potential community partners through persistent, targeted outreach
Lead outreach efforts to schools and community organizations in underserved communities within territory
Manage a portfolio of existing community partners, with a focus on partner retention and expansion
Aggressively recruit community partners to host GWC Clubs and serve more girls nationwide
Track progress towards GWC Club and Summer Immersion Program goals by maintaining accurate partner records, as well as leveraging reports and dashboards in Salesforce
Lead student recruitment efforts for the GWC Summer Immersion Program in assigned cities
Collaborate with Community Partnerships team to improve the efficiency of the team’s systems and processes as programs continue to scale
Market GWC’s programs through calls, webinars, email campaigns, social media, and conferences
Supervise 3-4 part-time Regional Partnership Coordinators who are based in strategic states in each region


Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required
Commitment to Girls Who Code’s mission and to diversity, equity, and inclusion
2+ years prior experience in partner outreach, management, recruitment, admissions, business development, account management and/or community organizing
Track record of successfully cultivating long-term community partnerships and scaling programs
Demonstrated experience leading multiple projects and balancing competing priorities
Strong presentation skills; comfortable engaging stakeholders at various levels
Thrives in a dynamic environment; able to work effectively under pressure to meet tight deadlines and goals
Desire to learn and grow; team player with a flexible, creative, and analytical approach to problem solving
Successful track record in setting priorities, shaping processes, and executing quickly and effectively
Knowledge of and/or interest in computer science, technology, and/or education preferred
Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, maturity, positivity and confidence

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

The Manager of Community Partnerships & Outreach cultivates and expands strategic partnerships with school districts, universities, and community organizations within an assigned region of the country. They lead the development and execution of the outreach strategy for their territory with the support of a team of part-time Regional Partnership Coordinators. The Manager’s primary focus will be on recruiting community partners to launch Girls Who Code Clubs. Additionally, they will be responsible for driving the student recruitment process for Girls Who Code’s Summer Immersion Program. As we expand to 10,000 Girls Who Code Clubs in 2020, we are thrilled to grow our Community Partnerships & Outreach team and we are hiring several managers to support these efforts.

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