POSITION TITLE:  Program Coordinator, NY
REPORTS TO:  Director of Program Development & Implementation
AREA: Programs
JOB TYPE: Full-Time


Program Coordinator will lead programming as it relates to secondary and post-secondary education awareness. The Program Coordinator works in tandem with the Career Development Coordinator (CDC) to provide C-CAP programming and advising to students and alumni, and in delivering C-CAP’s core services to participating school partners and teachers.


The Program Coordinator functions include, but may not be limited to, duties such as the following:

  • Lead post-secondary awareness programming including financial aid workshops, college discovery programs, and info sessions
  • Coordinate and facilitate participating school-related programs: teacher professional development workshops, visiting chef demonstrations, and product donations
  • Coordinate with the Career Development Coordinator on facilitating the annual C-CAP Cooking Competition for Scholarships: lead financial aid workshop, conduct senior interviews, scholarship agreements, and College 101
  • Build and maintain relationships with institutional partners to develop programming
  • Work with the finance department on annual school sign-ups and invoicing
  • Prepare program materials to generate student participation in programs, such as applications, recruitment flyers, training material, and surveys
  • Send regular teacher communications that includes program information, resources, and professional development components
  • Maintain confidential and detailed records of programs including participating students, alumni, and school and industry partner records in Salesforce on a timely basis
  • Produce program reports to track outcomes and metrics, and to determine program effectiveness and necessary changes
  • Review and edit student college advising documentation. Advise on post-secondary application processes, interviewing and other related issues
  • Work closely with CDC to contribute to career to career search strategies, industry partnerships, and share information in enhancement of C-CAP career programs and services
  • Collaborate with CDC on C-CAP outreach programs such as school visits



  • Culinary/Hospitality Degree or Bachelor’s Degree
  • 1-2 years experience
  • College advisement and youth development experience preferred
  • Superior organizational and problem resolution skills; flexibility, willingness and readiness to adapt to changing circumstances; ability to balance competing demands and priorities
  • Ability to take direction, work efficiently and with integrity
  • Timely response to work priorities and be accountable for effective results
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills; genuine commitment to work collaboratively on team and appreciate other’s contributions
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and working with databases. Experience working with Raiser’s Edge, Salesforce, Survey Monkey, Mail Chimp, and social media for business purposes needed

To apply please submit resume and cover letter to hr@ccapinc.org. Applications without a cover letter will not be considered.