Outreach Manager, International

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 by equipping young women with the necessary computing skills to pursue 21st century opportunities.


Outreach and Partnerships
-Conduct research, landscape analysis, and synthesize information on diverse topics relating to international program expansion
-Conduct outreach to potential community partners and secure major partnerships in target countries
-Manage a portfolio of community partners across target countries (eg. government, school district, library network and non-profit partnerships)
-Drive programmatic expansion through collaboration with community partners
-Renew and grow partnerships year-over-year

Project Management & Collaboration
-Develop project plans to tightly manage execution of GWC Clubs in target countries
-Collaborate with legal, marketing, system operations and product teams to support both short and long-term operational systems
-Develop systems for cross-team communication and transparency around work streams; think creatively about how we can always support improved cross-team and organization-wide communication and collaboration
-Understand application management process, identify operational challenges as they arise, and collaborate with operations team to anticipate growth
-Identify key systems and process improvements necessary for high-quality program execution

People Management
-Manage a team of remote, part-time staff based in target countries with a focus on program expansion


Minimum 4+ years of professional experience in an expansion-oriented role with demonstrated business results; non-profit and/or education experience a plus
Agility, flexibility, and resilience – this job is charting new territory in a dynamic environment
Track record of successfully managing growing teams and long-term partnerships
Detail-oriented with superb organizational skills a must
Thrives in a dynamic environment; able to work effectively under pressure to meet tight deadlines and goals
Team player with a flexible, creative, and analytical approach to problem solving
Proven experience developing and simplifying processes as well as identifying and eliminating bottlenecks
Experience working in a cross-functional team environment
Impeccable project management skills with a keen eye for details
Exceptional interpersonal skills with previous experience working across different languages
Ability to navigate and operate comfortably within different cultures
Bachelor’s Degree with a focus in Marketing, Business Management or International Business Management preferred
Experience working with Salesforce or another CRM, preferred
International work experience, preferred
Willingness to travel
Multilingual, preferred
Passion for our mission to close the gender gap in technology fields through a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

Girls Who Code (GWC) is excited to bring our successful 6-12th Grade Club model (ages 11-18) to girls around the world! The Outreach Manager, International will play a crucial role in ensuring that GWC successfully meets its goal of serving 6,000 girls across 500 Clubs in three strategic countries in Year 1 of implementation - what we do in this first year will inform a larger roadmap defining future expansion.

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