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The North Carolina Society of Hispanic Professionals (NCSHP) is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit statewide organization whose mission is to promote education among Hispanic youth in North Carolina.  NCSHP concentrates on the educational needs of Hispanic students.  The intent of NCSHP is to develop and secure educational opportunities to improve Hispanic youth’s success and school performance.  NCSHP’s office is located in Cary, NC.

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Education Outreach Coordinator

Location:  Raleigh, North Carolina

The North Carolina Society of Hispanic Professionals (NCSHP) and the Consulate General of Mexico in Raleigh have

joined forces to carry out the work of the Ventanilla de Orientación Educativa (VOE)- Window of Education in English.

This partnership emphasizes our commitment to bring awareness and educational opportunities for all. 

Position Title: Education Outreach Coordinator


The NCSHP, in collaboration with the Consulate of Mexico in Raleigh, is offering a part-time position as an Education Outreach Coordinator, with the possibility of extension based on funds availability. The VOE is a physical space in the consulate that offers information in both, English and Spanish, for all those who wish to complete elementary, middle, and high school, or wish to access and obtain higher education. In addition, the VOE offers free online courses, scholarships, job technical training, and accreditation of university degrees.

Who YOU are: 

  • Mission-Aligned: Passionate about creating impact by providing access to educational opportunities and resources for Hispanic youth and the community.

  • Team-Oriented: Strong communicator with your co-workers, direct supervisor, and community members  

  • Tech Savvy: knowledgeable and understands the digital media landscape, including various social media websites. You do not shy away from learning a new program or software!

  • Confident and Innovative: Outgoing, forward-thinking, and comfortable with a fast-paced environment. You bring fresh, new ideas and are comfortable contributing meaningful insights and opinions. 

  • Creative: You pursue new methods and approaches to communicating an idea and are an outside-the-box thinker.  You maintain a positive attitude to learning and love creating. 

  • Detail Oriented: You have strong organizational skills and are attentive to detail.

  • Hands-On: You are willing to take on any task as needed!

Compensation: $13.50 - $15 per hour

Hours: 12 hours/week, 3 days per week.  Candidates MUST be present at the Mexican Consulate in Raleigh, NC. 

Position Time Frame: Based on funding.


Additional Benefits:

  • Gain valuable professional experience in educational administration, communications, and customer service skills.

  • Opportunity to make valuable contacts within the educational opportunities in NC.

  • Join a small team and receive professional coaching/mentorship.

Required Qualifications: 

  • Bilingual: You must be bilingual in Spanish and English (verbal and written) to communicate effectively with parents and students.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: 

  • Engage with Hispanic audiences of various age groups while making in-person or social media announcements, informational opportunities, etc.

  • Assess the needs of individuals to determine what specific information they need and/or want.

  • Become knowledgeable of the VOE information, brochures, flyers, etc. provided to answer any questions parents and/ or students may have.

  • Redirect the community to the appropriate department within the Mexican Consulate or educational institution when appropriate. 

  • Document program implementation, monitor progress and evaluate impact.

  • Communicate and schedule volunteer opportunities for VOE and NCSHP events.

  • Maintain communication and an ethical working relationship with other team members and volunteers.

  • Clear communications in both Spanish and English.

Application deadline: Until position is filled.


Location:  Cary, North Carolina

North Carolina Society of Hispanic Professionals (NCSHP)

The North Carolina Society of Hispanic Professionals (NCSHP) is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit statewide organization

whose mission is to promote education among Hispanic youth in North Carolina. We focus on the educational

needs of Hispanic students to develop and secure educational opportunities to improve Hispanic youth’s

success and school performance. We are located in Cary, NC.


Description: The ¡Gradúate! Success Coach will provide academic, career, and individual coaching to students

participating in the ¡Gradúate! Program by planning, coordinating, and implementing day-to-day operations and

program activities.  The program provides in-school services during the day and after school activities for

students, as well as workshops for parents. The program’s main goals are to increase students’ attendance,

academic achievement, graduation rates, and families’ involvement in their children’s education. The Coach

will report to the NCSHP Director and collaborate with other coaches in the program. This position is a full-time

contract position based at Wake STEM Early College High School. The Coach will also be responsible for broadening the parent outreach efforts of the program to better equip Hispanic parents to support their children's education.

Who you are:

  • Mission-Aligned: You are passionate about coaching and providing access to educational opportunities and resources for Hispanic youth and their families.

  • Detail Oriented and Data-Driven: You have strong organizational and project management skills. Can prioritize activities, deliver on assigned tasks in a timely fashion; you are data-driven and meticulous with attention to detail.

  • Natural Relationship Builder: People are drawn to you, and you have a special capacity to successfully build new relationships and steward existing relationships with school staff and administrators, ¡Gradúate! Program students and with their families.  You are also a team player that collaborates and builds professional relationships with the other ¡Gradúate! Coaches and the Director.

  • Confident and Innovative: You bring fresh, new ideas and are comfortable contributing meaningful insights and opinions.


Work Location: Wake STEM Early College High School in Wake County.

Hourly Salary: $17.00/ hr. Mileage & related expenses are reimbursed.  Basic Vacation/Sick Leave Benefits. 

Employment Status: Contract based on funding approval and background check from WCPSS

Hours: 40 hours per week - Flexible to day and evening hours.

Dates of Contract: August 2021 – June 2022.

Probationary Period: 60 days

Professional Qualifications and Candidate Profile:

  • Bachelor's degree in Education, Counseling, Social Work, or a related field;

  • One or more years of experience in education;

  • Minimum three years of experience working with Hispanic youth in an educational setting;

  • Experience addressing social determinants of minority and low-income students;

  • Commitment and sensitivity to the educational needs of Hispanic students in NC;

  • Demonstrated skills in academic, personal, and career counseling;

  • Self-starter with a dynamic, out-going personality;

  •  Ability to multitask, work independently and collaboratively, and meet deadlines;

  • Computer skills including Microsoft Office, e-mail, and internet;

  • Knowledgeable of NC High School graduation requirements and college access; 

  • Bilingual/bicultural English and Spanish. Excellent communication skills in both languages.


Responsibilities: This position will plan and implement the day-to-day functions and activities of the ¡Gradúate! Program. Specific job responsibilities include, among others:

  • Promote the program via introductory meetings at schools and networking with community partners;

  • Provide academic, career, personal coaching to students in the program;

  • Coordinate, implement, facilitate, and supervise After-School sessions;

  • Coordinate and supervise the day-to-day interaction of mentors and volunteers with ¡Gradúate students;

  • Facilitate and support workshops for parents;

  • Coordinate and facilitate weekly activities and bi-monthly mentoring opportunities;

  • Coordinate remote learning, as needed, to assist students with their needs and offer life skill lessons to enhance their knowledge.

  • Prepare the individual meeting remotely and follow up with parents and students via phone or text.

  • Provide program progress feedback to the Director;

  • Collect evaluation data for the program;

  • Maintain records of services provided;

  • Assist the Director in building Mid and End of Year Reports; and

  • Other duties as assigned 


Application Procedure: All applicants must submit: 1) a letter of interest, and 2) a resume with two references.

To apply, please submit a cover letter and current resume using the following naming convention: “Your Last Name-Your First Name_Graduate Program Coach2021”, via email to:

Rocio Anderson, NCSHP President randerson@thencshp.org AND Apply on Indeed


Application Deadline: June 24th,  2021.


SAVE THE DATE: If you are selected for an interview, we will be scheduling virtual interviews between June 28th and July 9th. 

For additional information or questions, please call (919) 467-8424. NCSHP website: www.thencshp.org

The NCSHP is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to recruiting a broadly diverse pool of qualified candidates for the position.

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