World Savvy

District #5

World Savvy educates and engages youth to learn, work, and thrive as responsible global citizens in the 21st century.

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Visit Website: http://www.worldsavvy.org
Email Direct: World Savvy info@worldsavvy.org

San Francisco, CA

Opportunities
Spring 2015 Global Competence Certificate Intern

When: starting after January 26, 2014. Min. 10 hrs/wk up to full time

Where: 917 Irving Street, Suite 4, San Francisco, CA 94122

Position Overview

This Spring GCC Intern will assist in research and support related to the Global Competence Certificate
program, the premier online graduate level certificate program in global competence education for in-
service educators. The GCC is designed to increase the number of K-12 teachers who are able to teach
for global competence, and effectively prepare students to be globally informed, engaged citizens.

Key Projects:

. Environmental scan and database of school districts and schools in target states that include
global competence in their mission statements, strategic plans, and/or program offerings.
. Creation of new website, social media, marketing/outreach content (e.g. recruiting e-blasts,
instructor and participant profiles, articles about fieldwork locations & partners) that updates
community on latest developments and promotes the GCC program.
. Creation of student services documentation and information (e.g. information for students
about fieldwork and Collaborative Practice Groups).
. GCC course online setup in Blackboard.
. Research on online education resources & approaches for GCC.
. Research to develop the leadership track of the program.

Qualifications:

. Knowledge of & interest in global education and global issues.
. Values and seeks multiple perspectives, new ideas, and new ways of thinking.
. Effective communication and writing skills.
. High attention to detail and strong organization skills.
. Proficient with Internet/cloud-based tools; Microsoft Office; and database programs (such as
Salesforce.com).
. Ability to take initiative and work independently.
. Willingness to be flexible and adaptable to change.

This is an unpaid volunteer and intern experience. We provide equal volunteer opportunities for all
applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin status, sexual orientation, age,
marital status, veteran status, or disability.

Please e-mail a completed application and resume to: jobs@worldsavvy.org

Please write “World Savvy Spring 2015 Global Competence Certificate Volunteer” in subject line of your
e-mail.

Application can be downloaded here: https://worldsavvy.squarespace.com/s/Volunteer-Application-
2014.docx

ATTN: Jennifer Lofing Boyle, Senior Associate, Academic Affairs

World Savvy - San Francisco Office

No phone calls please.

Start: January 26th, 2015 Position type: Internship
Spring 2015 Implementation Intern

When: start anytime after January 6, 2015. Min. 10 hrs/wk up to full time.

Where: 917 Irving Street, Suite 4, San Francisco, CA 94122

Position Overview

The Spring Implementation Intern will support World Savvy Classrooms (WSC) students in the
development of meaningful projects focusing on a variety of topics under the umbrella theme of
Progress and Population. WSC combines professional development with engaging workshops and
projects for students to build their global competence. Students examine a global theme and develop
original art and research projects that showcase their knowledge on the topic. The World Savvy Spring
Festival is a culminating event for students to share the projects they have created with peers, parents,
and the community. As a final project, the WSC Intern will support the coordination and execution of the
San Francisco Spring Festival.

Key Projects:

. Work with the San Francisco Implementation Associate (IA) in developing student project
support practices using online tools such as Google docs, Twitter, etc.
. Provide ongoing feedback on student projects through the various phases of project
development.
. Provide student feedback and support on the organization and creation of project portfolios.
. Support IA in coordination and planning of World Savvy Festival on May 1, 2015.
. Support IA in organizing and displaying projects at the World Savvy Festival.

Qualifications:

. Knowledge of & interest in global education and global issues.
. Values and seeks multiple perspectives, new ideas, and new ways of thinking.
. Effective communication and writing skills.
. High attention to detail and strong organization skills.
. Proficient with Internet/cloud-based tools; Microsoft Office; and database programs (such as
Salesforce.com).
. Ability to take initiative and work independently.
. Willingness to be flexible and adaptable to change.

This is an unpaid volunteer and intern experience. We provide equal volunteer opportunities for all
applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin status, sexual orientation, age,
marital status, veteran status, or disability.

Please e-mail a completed application and resume to: jobs@worldsavvy.org

Please write “World Savvy Spring 2015 Implementation Intern” in subject line of your e-mail.

Application can be downloaded here: https://worldsavvy.squarespace.com/s/Volunteer-Application-2014.docx

ATTN: Elsa Calvillo, Implementation Associate

World Savvy - San Francisco Office

No phone calls please.

Start: January 6th, 2015 Position type: Internship
Spring 2015 Development Intern

When: Jan 19 or later, 2015, Min. 10 hrs/wk up to full time

Where: 917 Irving Street, Suite 4, San Francisco, CA 94122

Position Overview

The Development Intern will assist the Development team by supporting the organization’s individual and institutional fundraising efforts and external engagement strategy. This is a unique opportunity to experience all facets of non-profit development work, with tasks including prospecting and grant-seeking, drafting donor communication, developing effective social media strategies for supporters, and assisting with event plans for the spring fundraising galas.

Key Projects

-Researching and prospecting potential SF-based funders to add to FY15 pipeline.
- Develop new social media strategies to expand base of donors, with a focus on new and lapsed
donors under the $150 level.
- Work with Development Associate and Event planner to
plan our annual Spring Gala, including organizing in-kind donations, drafting donor communication, and assisting with event logistics.
- Work with the Alumni Advisory Board to develop strategies around student alumni retention
and engagement.
- Research to obtain more advanced analysis on major donor profiles and assist with targeted messaging and asks.
- Collaborate with Development Associate and Executive Director on drafting and submitting grant proposals.
- Administrative tasks as necessary (such as entering donor and donation information to Salesforce, preparing donor acknowledgment letters, and running reports).

Qualifications

- Knowledge of & interest in global education and global issues
- Values and seeks multiple perspectives, new ideas, and new ways of thinking
- Effective communication and writing skills
- High attention to detail and strong organization skills
- Proficient with Internet/cloud-based tools; Microsoft
Office; and database programs (such as Salesforce.com)
- Ability to take initiative and work independently
- Willingness to be flexible and adaptable to change

This is an unpaid volunteer and intern experience. We provide equal volunteer opportunities for all applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin status, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability.

Please email a completed application and resume to:
jobs@worldsavvy.org

Please write “World Savvy Spring 2015 Development Intern” in the subject line of your email.

Application can be downloaded here:
https://worldsavvy.squarespace.com/s/Volunteer-Application-2014.docx

ATTN:
Alex Bornhoft, Development Associate
World Savvy - San Francisco Office
No phone calls please

Start: January 19th, 2015 Position type: Internship
Executive Director

Executive Director
San Francisco, CA
World Savvy

World Savvy works to transform teaching, learning, and culture in K-12 education so all students are globally competent and prepared for 21st century jobs and civic life. As an innovative education reform leader, World Savvy is deeply invested in ensuring that global competence is a defining characteristic of a quality K-12 education. World Savvy defines global competence as the capacity and disposition to understand and act on issues of global significance, including the skills necessary to thrive in college, careers, and life in the 21st century. Learn more at www.worldsavvy.org.

World Savvy is launching a search for its inaugural Bay Area Executive Director (BAED) to lead the fundraising, program partnership recruitment, and community engagement functions of our flagship region. We are looking for an engaging and inspiring leader - a seasoned fundraiser and go-getter, who has a strong track record of building lasting, authentic relationships with funders, corporate champions, and educational leaders in the service of advancing an educational cause.

Summary:
We’re looking for a dynamic leader who is energetic, positive, and brings a global mindset to our team in San Francisco. This leader will be mission-aligned and ready to advocate for the organization to prospective funders and school and district partners. The Bay Area ED will be the first in a new regional growth strategy for World Savvy and will be the leader of our flagship region, which started in 2002. The leader will grow our region and be responsible for fundraising revenue of approximately $500,000, recruitment of schools and partners to drive our local earned income strategy, as well as be the external voice and face for World Savvy in the local community.

Schedule: Full time, limited nights and weekends as required by program.
Salary range: $100,000-120,000 based on experience
Projected Start Date: November 1st
Application Deadline: Accepting applications until September 30th
Location: San Francisco, CA
Travel Requirements: 25%

Qualified Candidates must have:
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
Have a social entrepreneurial mindset and commitment to social justice
Proven track record of nonprofit leadership between 5-10 years.
At least 7 years of formal fundraising and development experience in nonprofits, including experience with grant writing and securing major individual gifts.
Interest in global education and international issues
Strong presentation and written communication skills; clear and professional demeanor
Proven ability to use educational technology and virtual tools to solve problems and work with others
Excellent relationship skills; ability to work effectively in a small and collaborative team environment
Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications
Solution-oriented approach, with excellent time management and organizational skills; strong attention to detail.
Experience documenting fundraising work in a CRM (ex. Salesforce.com).
Ability to work in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment.
Can work in a space of ambiguity.

Responsibilities of the BAED (but are not limited to):
Lead efforts to create a regional self-sustainable fiscal in the state of California, through Institutional and Individual giving. Leverage existing relationships in philanthropy and education to grow the regional strategy.
Lead and deliver on recruitment efforts to meet organizational goals for program participation.
Educate and motivate community members and educators to support World Savvy’s mission and vision.
Be the external face and voice for World Savvy in local and statewide platforms.
Establish and maintain California-focused networks of educators and school/district administrators, and identify and leverage World Savvy champions in fundraising and partnership efforts.
Maintain a positive working culture in the San Francisco office that is in step with World Savvy’s Cultural Values and Norms (see below).
Deepen our fundraising capacity to ensure that World Savvy is recognized as an impactful part of the educational fabric of the Bay Area community.
Partner with the inaugural regional advisory board who will help guide the our regional voice presence, and extend outreach in via their personal and professional networks.
Drive World Savvy’s organizational strategy by actively participating as a member of World Savvy’s Leadership Team.

World Savvy’s Values and Cultural Norms:
We look for all candidates to have these values and cultural norms. We believe that those who work to strive for these values and norms will be an effective person in their role.

We do the best work possible in service of our mission.
We believe collaboration is essential.
We see people as whole human beings.
We intentionally grow and change.
We lean into complexity when it’s called for.
We believe big things are possible, whether that’s our mission or the project on the table
We notice and disrupt exclusionary patterns.
We bring hope, joy, and share aspiration into all that we do.

Applying for the position:
Please send a resume, cover letter, and recent writing sample to: jobs@worldsavvy.org with “Executive Director” in the e-mail subject line. In your cover letter, please share why you are interested in the job, and why you believe your experiences and skills are a good fit for the position. If you have questions that would affect your interest in applying, please e-mail jobs@worldsavvy.org and we can set up a time to talk.

World Savvy is deeply committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace, because we believe in the value of different experiences, skills, and voices in strengthening our work and achieving our mission. We also strive to have our team reflect the ethnic, racial, and socioeconomic diversity of the communities we work with and for. Because of this, we especially want to encourage people of color to apply for the position. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, ancestry, national origin, citizenship, pregnancy, childbirth, marital status, physical or mental disability, medical condition, veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, or any other protected characteristic as established by applicable federal, state, or local law.

Start: November 1st, 2018 Position type: Employee
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