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— Career Ladders Project is seeking three dynamic professionals to join our team!!

April 20th 2016 - News Release

Community College Associate

The Career Ladders Project (CLP) is seeking a Community College Associate to be a part of the CLP team in working with community colleges and their partners in developing, implementing and documenting high quality pathway and transition approaches to improving student success. This position is a full-time or part- time exempt position located in Oakland, California. It will require some travel within California.

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Program Associate

The Career Ladders Project (CLP) is seeking a Program Associate to join a dynamic team of professionals to advance community college student success in California. The primary responsibility of the Program Associate will be to work with a team to provide strategic assistance and capacity building support to community colleges and their educational, community, workforce and employer partners. This position is a full time, exempt position and is located in Oakland, California.  It will require some travel within California.

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Operations Specialist

The Career Ladders Project (CLP) is seeking an Operations Specialist to join a dynamic team of professionals to advance the organization’s programmatic and operational goals. This job is for you if you have strong expertise in contract and grant administration and want to work with a friendly and highly skilled team of professionals dedicated to expanding educational and career opportunities for all Californians. This is a full-time position and is located in Oakland, California.

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CLP works with community colleges statewide to foster educational and career advancement for all Californians through research, policy initiatives and strategic assistance to colleges and their high school, university, workforce and community partners. CLP is particularly dedicated to ensuring that underserved, low-income and diverse populations enjoy access to, and success in college.
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