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Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(6/4/2021 2:25 PM)
Students are at the core of Bottom Line. Every day, we are energized by their drive, potential, and passion. We know that the success of our students will create a ripple effect in our communities.   Bottom Line is bridging the divide of educational inequity by providing a trusted advisor and the social capital necessary for our students to earn their bachelor’s degree, build financial stability, and successfully launch thriving careers. We primarily focus on students of color who will be in the first generation of their family to earn a college degree, are from low-income backgrounds, and are academically prepared for college.     For more than two decades, Bottom Line has been fighting for educational equity by ensuring that the right to a quality college education is accessible to those whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity. For first-generation degree-aspiring students from low-income backgrounds who face systemic barriers, Bottom Line’s advisors are a relentless ally who partner with them to find the right college, persist to a degree, and successfully launch a career.   As one of the first college support organizations to focus on college completion, Bottom Line now produces best-in-class college graduation rates that reduce the significant gap between first-generation students from low-income backgrounds and their wealthier peers. We operate regional programs in Massachusetts, New York City, and Chicago that collectively serve over 7,000 students.   When you join Bottom Line, you will find an organization that lives into its core values. We are committed to building strong, impactful relationships with our students, co-workers, schools, community partners, donors, and other supporters. We are engaging, responsive, caring, direct, honest, solutions-oriented, and we always follow through on our promises. We act with empathy and extend grace to ourselves and each other. We pursue ambitious goals, hold ourselves to high standards, make data-informed decisions, and orient to long-term success for our students and our organization. We operate with curiosity, evolve thoughtfully, take informed risks, and learn from successes, setbacks, and each other. Experts in our field, we are driven by our mission and motivated by the impact we’re achieving.     At Bottom Line, we have a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We aim to attract diverse candidate pools who hold these same values, and are ready to help us along our journey toward greater equity and inclusion.    For more information about who we are, please review our Core Values and Careers Page.          The Student Recruitment and Partnership Manager will be part of the externally facing efforts of the program team at Bottom Line. The Student Recruitment and Partnerships Manager will oversee a student’s experience during their full life cycle of Bottom Line programming, from recruitment through program completion and support programming that allows students to engage and build affinity with Bottom Line as an organization and community with other students. The Manager will support the Managing Director of Programs by developing and implementing a recruitment and admissions strategy for incoming students and by representing Bottom Line in the communities we serve and identifying and recruiting students who are eligible to work with Bottom Line. They will be ultimately responsible for developing and implementing a strengthened recruitment strategy across all programs and constituencies.     In support of these core purposes, the Manager will maintain relationships with school-based staff, school district leadership, non-profit organizations, college partners, local leaders, and others in the community who are connected with the youth and the families we serve. In addition, the Manager will both develop and lead educational and/or recruitment-focused presentations to students in the community.    Internally, the Manager will provide leadership in the organization and execution of community outreach and student recruitment activities. The Manager will also support the Managing Director of Programs to reach the earned income goal set by the Executive Director related to fee-for-service program partnerships and oversee the Success Direct and Partnership Coordinator. 
Job Locations US-MA-Boston | US
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(6/2/2021 10:15 AM)
Students are at the core of Bottom Line. Every day, we are energized by their drive, potential, and passion. We know that the success of our students will create a ripple effect in our communities.   Bottom Line is bridging the divide of educational inequity by providing a trusted advisor and the social capital necessary for our students to earn their bachelor’s degree, build financial stability, and successfully launch thriving careers. We primarily focus on students of color who will be in the first generation of their family to earn a college degree, are from low-income backgrounds, and are academically prepared for college.     For more than two decades, Bottom Line has been fighting for educational equity by ensuring that the right to a quality college education is accessible to those whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity. For first-generation degree-aspiring students from low-income backgrounds who face systemic barriers, Bottom Line’s advisors are a relentless ally who partner with them to find the right college, persist to a degree, and successfully launch a career.   As one of the first college support organizations to focus on college completion, Bottom Line now produces best-in-class college graduation rates that reduce the significant gap between first-generation students from low-income backgrounds and their wealthier peers. We operate regional programs in Massachusetts, New York City, and Chicago that collectively serve over 7,000 students.   When you join Bottom Line, you will find an organization that lives into its core values. We are committed to building strong, impactful relationships with our students, co-workers, schools, community partners, donors, and other supporters. We are engaging, responsive, caring, direct, honest, solutions-oriented, and we always follow through on our promises. We act with empathy and extend grace to ourselves and each other. We pursue ambitious goals, hold ourselves to high standards, make data-informed decisions, and orient to long-term success for our students and our organization. We operate with curiosity, evolve thoughtfully, take informed risks, and learn from successes, setbacks, and each other. Experts in our field, we are driven by our mission and motivated by the impact we’re achieving.     At Bottom Line, we have a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We aim to attract diverse candidate pools who hold these same values, and are ready to help us along our journey toward greater equity and inclusion.    For more information about who we are, please review our Core Values and Careers Page.    The Manager of Training Partnerships will lead Bottom Line’s efforts to adapt Bottom Line’s tools, expertise, and program model in the area of College Access and Success for delivery to external partner organizations.    This role will support the development of a go-to-market strategy enabling us to leverage Bottom Line’s evidence-based model and toolset to eventually reach 400,000 students and improve the impact of the broader College Access and Success field. Our partnership with the National Council for Community and Education Partnerships (NCCEP) will allow Bottom Line to quickly embed best practices within the operations of NCCEP’s current adult learning platform and will provide NCCEP with the unique opportunity to distribute the most effective student service model in our space. An initial pilot starting July 1, 2021 – July 1, 2022, will work with selected Gear Up organizations who are members of the NCCEP community, with an initial focus on College Access support.     - The Manager of Training Partnerships may work remotely full-time, from anywhere within the US. - Currently, the Training Partnerships Pilot and associated roles have guaranteed funding for 1 year (until July 1, 2022). - It is the organization's priority to secure funding beyond this initial pilot year. - Initially, this role will report to the Vice President of Programs, but we expect this to change as we continue to build this team.  
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(5/27/2021 4:19 PM)
Students are at the core of Bottom Line. Every day, we are energized by their drive, potential, and passion. We know that the success of our students will create a ripple effect in our communities.   Bottom Line is bridging the divide of educational inequity by providing a trusted advisor and the social capital necessary for our students to earn their bachelor’s degree, build financial stability, and successfully launch thriving careers. We primarily focus on students of color who will be in the first generation of their family to earn a college degree, are from low-income backgrounds, and are academically prepared for college.   For more than two decades, Bottom Line has been fighting for educational equity by ensuring that the right to a quality college education is accessible to those whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity. For first-generation degree-aspiring students from low-income backgrounds who face systemic barriers, Bottom Line’s advisors are a relentless ally who partner with them to find the right college, persist to a degree, and successfully launch a career.   As one of the first college support organizations to focus on college completion, Bottom Line now produces best-in-class college graduation rates that reduce the significant gap between first-generation students from low-income backgrounds and their wealthier peers. We operate regional programs in Massachusetts, New York City, and Chicago that collectively serve over 7,000 students.   When you join Bottom Line, you will find an organization that lives into its core values. We are committed to building strong, impactful relationships with our students, co-workers, schools, community partners, donors, and other supporters. We are engaging, responsive, caring, direct, honest, solutions-oriented, and we always follow through on our promises. We act with empathy and extend grace to ourselves and each other. We pursue ambitious goals, hold ourselves to high standards, make data-informed decisions, and orient to long-term success for our students and our organization. We operate with curiosity, evolve thoughtfully, take informed risks, and learn from successes, setbacks, and each other. Experts in our field, we are driven by our mission and motivated by the impact we’re achieving.     At Bottom Line, we have a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We aim to attract diverse candidate pools who hold these same values, and are ready to help us along our journey toward greater equity and inclusion.    For more information about who we are, please review our Core Values and Careers Page.        The primary responsibility of the Access Team Manager is to ensure the delivery of high-quality services within our College Access Program. The Access Team Manager manages 5 Access Advisors and oversees their development, performance, satisfaction, and retention. The Access Team Manager also provides quality direct services to a reduced caseload of 5-10 students, and tracks and records student progress in database, using both quantitative and qualitative data.
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 2 months ago(4/29/2021 5:06 PM)
Students are at the core of Bottom Line. Every day, we are energized by their drive, potential, and passion. We know that the success of our students will create a ripple effect in our communities.   Bottom Line is bridging the divide of educational inequity by providing a trusted advisor and the social capital necessary for our students to earn their bachelor’s degree, build financial stability, and successfully launch thriving careers. We primarily focus on students of color who will be in the first generation of their family to earn a college degree, are from low-income backgrounds, and are academically prepared for college.     For more than two decades, Bottom Line has been fighting for educational equity by ensuring that the right to a quality college education is accessible to those whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity. For first-generation degree-aspiring students from low-income backgrounds who face systemic barriers, Bottom Line’s advisors are a relentless ally who partner with them to find the right college, persist to a degree, and successfully launch a career.   As one of the first college support organizations to focus on college completion, Bottom Line now produces best-in-class college graduation rates that reduce the significant gap between first-generation students from low-income backgrounds and their wealthier peers. We operate regional programs in Massachusetts, New York City, and Chicago that collectively serve over 7,000 students.   When you join Bottom Line, you will find an organization that lives into its core values. We are committed to building strong, impactful relationships with our students, co-workers, schools, community partners, donors, and other supporters. We are engaging, responsive, caring, direct, honest, solutions-oriented, and we always follow through on our promises. We act with empathy and extend grace to ourselves and each other. We pursue ambitious goals, hold ourselves to high standards, make data-informed decisions, and orient to long-term success for our students and our organization. We operate with curiosity, evolve thoughtfully, take informed risks, and learn from successes, setbacks, and each other. Experts in our field, we are driven by our mission and motivated by the impact we’re achieving.     At Bottom Line, we have a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We aim to attract diverse candidate pools who hold these same values, and are ready to help us along our journey toward greater equity and inclusion.    For more information about who we are, please review our Core Values and Careers Page.    Reporting to the Senior Accountant, the Staff Accountant ensures accurate and timely entry of account payable and receivable transactions; supports timely closing of the monthly, quarterly, mid-year, and year-end financials including journal entries; and assists with the annual audit. - You strive for educational equity, opening doors for the many whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity. - You enjoy working in an inclusive workplace where bias is examined and respectfully challenged so each community members can bring their most authentic selves each day. - You have gained 2 – 3 years of accounting experience, are familiar with accounting principles and procedures, and are willing to identify and suggest system improvements. - You are proficient with computer software including the Microsoft Office Suite, and display a willingness to learn new systems and continually improve your skillset. - You are adaptable, independent, organized, and able to effectively prioritize and balance your workload and incoming requests. - You bring strong interpersonal and communications skills with the ability to effectively engage with both internal and external stakeholders. - You bring an innovative and learning-oriented mindset to develop new ways to optimize work and performance.
Job Locations US-MA-Jamaica Plain Boston
Posted Date 2 months ago(5/3/2021 12:27 PM)
Students are at the core of Bottom Line. Every day, we are energized by their drive, potential, and passion. We know that the success of our students will create a ripple effect in our communities.   Bottom Line is bridging the divide of educational inequity by providing a trusted advisor and the social capital necessary for our students to earn their bachelor’s degree, build financial stability, and successfully launch thriving careers. We primarily focus on students of color who will be in the first generation of their family to earn a college degree, are from low-income backgrounds, and are academically prepared for college.     For more than two decades, Bottom Line has been fighting for educational equity by ensuring that the right to a quality college education is accessible to those whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity. For first-generation degree-aspiring students from low-income backgrounds who face systemic barriers, Bottom Line’s advisors are a relentless ally who partner with them to find the right college, persist to a degree, and successfully launch a career.   As one of the first college support organizations to focus on college completion, Bottom Line now produces best-in-class college graduation rates that reduce the significant gap between first-generation students from low-income backgrounds and their wealthier peers. We operate regional programs in Massachusetts, New York City, and Chicago that collectively serve over 7,000 students.   When you join Bottom Line, you will find an organization that lives into its core values. We are committed to building strong, impactful relationships with our students, co-workers, schools, community partners, donors, and other supporters. We are engaging, responsive, caring, direct, honest, solutions-oriented, and we always follow through on our promises. We act with empathy and extend grace to ourselves and each other. We pursue ambitious goals, hold ourselves to high standards, make data-informed decisions, and orient to long-term success for our students and our organization. We operate with curiosity, evolve thoughtfully, take informed risks, and learn from successes, setbacks, and each other. Experts in our field, we are driven by our mission and motivated by the impact we’re achieving.     At Bottom Line, we have a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We aim to attract diverse candidate pools who hold these same values, and are ready to help us along our journey toward greater equity and inclusion.    For more information about who we are, please review our Core Values and Careers Page.      Overview:    The Student Recruitment & Partnerships Manager will be part of the externally facing efforts of the program team at Bottom Line. The Manager will support the Managing Director of Programs by representing Bottom Line in the communities we serve and identifying and recruiting students who are eligible to partner with Bottom Line. They will be ultimately responsible for developing and implementing a strengthened recruitment strategy across all programs and constituencies. In support of these core purposes, the Manager will build and maintain relationships with school-based staff, school district leadership, non-profit organizations, college partners, local leaders, and others who are connected with the youth and the families we serve in the Boston and Worcester communities. In addition, the Manager will both develop and lead educational and/or recruitment-focused presentations to students in the community and organize opportunities for other Bottom Line staff to present as well. The Manager will also have ownership over building the pipeline for our newly launched Young Men of Color Initiative, as well as supporting the program development.    Internally, the Manager will provide leadership in the organization and execution of community outreach and student recruitment activities.  
Job Locations US-MA-Boston | US
Posted Date 2 months ago(5/3/2021 12:26 PM)
Students are at the core of Bottom Line. Every day, we are energized by their drive, potential, and passion. We know that the success of our students will create a ripple effect in our communities.   Bottom Line is bridging the divide of educational inequity by providing a trusted advisor and the social capital necessary for our students to earn their bachelor’s degree, build financial stability, and successfully launch thriving careers. We primarily focus on students of color who will be in the first generation of their family to earn a college degree, are from low-income backgrounds, and are academically prepared for college.     For more than two decades, Bottom Line has been fighting for educational equity by ensuring that the right to a quality college education is accessible to those whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity. For first-generation degree-aspiring students from low-income backgrounds who face systemic barriers, Bottom Line’s advisors are a relentless ally who partner with them to find the right college, persist to a degree, and successfully launch a career.   As one of the first college support organizations to focus on college completion, Bottom Line now produces best-in-class college graduation rates that reduce the significant gap between first-generation students from low-income backgrounds and their wealthier peers. We operate regional programs in Massachusetts, New York City, and Chicago that collectively serve over 7,000 students.   When you join Bottom Line, you will find an organization that lives into its core values. We are committed to building strong, impactful relationships with our students, co-workers, schools, community partners, donors, and other supporters. We are engaging, responsive, caring, direct, honest, solutions-oriented, and we always follow through on our promises. We act with empathy and extend grace to ourselves and each other. We pursue ambitious goals, hold ourselves to high standards, make data-informed decisions, and orient to long-term success for our students and our organization. We operate with curiosity, evolve thoughtfully, take informed risks, and learn from successes, setbacks, and each other. Experts in our field, we are driven by our mission and motivated by the impact we’re achieving.     At Bottom Line, we have a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We aim to attract diverse candidate pools who hold these same values, and are ready to help us along our journey toward greater equity and inclusion.    For more information about who we are, please review our Core Values and Careers Page.      This position will be responsible for supporting a caseload of 300-400 rising first year college students from the Boston and Worcester communities in the Bluprint model. This role will primarily report to the Virtual Success Team Manager on the National Program Team with dotted line reporting to the Massachusetts Regional Managing Director of Programs. The Virtual Success Advisor will spearhead Bottom Line’s first ever hybrid approach to caseload management to serve students via customized content delivered through SMS and supplemented via live, virtual sessions with the advisor as needed for significant issues or that require escalation or more nuanced guidance. Success of this pilot program will propel Bottom Line to both broaden and deepen our service to first-generation college-bound students.     Bottom Line’s 2030 ambition calls on us to expand our reach to serve 20,000 students while maintaining high-quality programming and outcomes. In order to achieve this vision, our programs need to evolve to improve outcomes, increase efficiency, and drive scale. One of the ways we will do this is by investing in AI powered chat bot technology (“Blu”) and a new light- touch Success Program model (“Bluprint”), a fully virtual, scaled-down version of Bottom Line’s Success Program model. The program will facilitate personalized, targeted, and automated communication with students via SMS and support students navigating college with a customized virtual assistant, Blu, who will help them stay on track to graduate.     Blu will communicate with students about routine reminders, frequently asked questions, and additional resources. The chat bot will send out nudges that support key milestones across our College Success Program, supporting student outcomes and satisfaction. Bluprint will allow us to support a population of students we have yet to be able to serve beyond college acceptance, students who are part of our Access program but are not eligible for our Success program because they are not enrolled at one of our target colleges. It will also allow us to serve students who are seeking lighter touch support while in college and to continue serving students from the Worcester community. 
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 2 months ago(4/30/2021 7:08 AM)
Students are at the core of Bottom Line. Every day, we are energized by their drive, potential, and passion. We know that the success of our students will create a ripple effect in our communities.   Bottom Line is bridging the divide of educational inequity by providing a trusted advisor and the social capital necessary for our students to earn their bachelor’s degree, build financial stability, and successfully launch thriving careers. We primarily focus on students of color who will be in the first generation of their family to earn a college degree, are from low-income backgrounds, and are academically prepared for college.     For more than two decades, Bottom Line has been fighting for educational equity by ensuring that the right to a quality college education is accessible to those whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity. For first-generation degree-aspiring students from low-income backgrounds who face systemic barriers, Bottom Line’s advisors are a relentless ally who partner with them to find the right college, persist to a degree, and successfully launch a career.   As one of the first college support organizations to focus on college completion, Bottom Line now produces best-in-class college graduation rates that reduce the significant gap between first-generation students from low-income backgrounds and their wealthier peers. We operate regional programs in Massachusetts, New York City, and Chicago that collectively serve over 7,000 students.   When you join Bottom Line, you will find an organization that lives into its core values. We are committed to building strong, impactful relationships with our students, co-workers, schools, community partners, donors, and other supporters. We are engaging, responsive, caring, direct, honest, solutions-oriented, and we always follow through on our promises. We act with empathy and extend grace to ourselves and each other. We pursue ambitious goals, hold ourselves to high standards, make data-informed decisions, and orient to long-term success for our students and our organization. We operate with curiosity, evolve thoughtfully, take informed risks, and learn from successes, setbacks, and each other. Experts in our field, we are driven by our mission and motivated by the impact we’re achieving.     At Bottom Line, we have a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We aim to attract diverse candidate pools who hold these same values, and are ready to help us along our journey toward greater equity and inclusion.    For more information about who we are, please review our Core Values and Careers Page.      The Manager of Development Operations (MDO) will manage and oversee the operations of Bottom Line’s multi-site Development teams. This work ensures that Bottom Line is able to raise the funding necessary to support our programs effectively and efficiently and ensures alignment between development and finance functions.   The primary responsibility of the MDO is to create and find efficiencies in the systems and processes that support our fundraising activities. The MDO sits on our National Team and ensures coordinated efforts across sites and with National teams. The responsibilities of this role span many aspects of strong development operations - from the management of on-line transactions to the strategic organization of contacts into donor segments to the reporting of progress to senior leaders of the organization.    A successful Manager of Development Operations will be considered a member of each regional development team though they sit on the National Team. The best candidate will be a highly organized systems-thinker, an effective communicator and a skilled relationship builder. The MDO must understand the mechanics of Development and Development Strategy to be able to match systems and tools to the needs of our front-line Development teams. The MDO must have the ability to create and manage processes as well as the skill to train others on using systems and processes effectively.    The Manager of Development Operations will sit on the Operations teams (Finance and Human Resources) and reports directly to the Chief Operating Officer
Job Locations US-MA-Jamaica Plain Boston
Posted Date 2 months ago(4/23/2021 9:54 AM)
Students are at the core of Bottom Line. Every day, we are energized by their drive, potential, and passion. We know that the success of our students will create a ripple effect in our communities.   Bottom Line is bridging the divide of educational inequity by providing a trusted advisor and the social capital necessary for our students to earn their bachelor’s degree, build financial stability, and successfully launch thriving careers. We primarily focus on students of color who will be in the first generation of their family to earn a college degree, are from low-income backgrounds, and are academically prepared for college.     For more than two decades, Bottom Line has been fighting for educational equity by ensuring that the right to a quality college education is accessible to those whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity. For first-generation degree-aspiring students from low-income backgrounds who face systemic barriers, Bottom Line’s advisors are a relentless ally who partner with them to find the right college, persist to a degree, and successfully launch a career.   As one of the first college support organizations to focus on college completion, Bottom Line now produces best-in-class college graduation rates that reduce the significant gap between first-generation students from low-income backgrounds and their wealthier peers. We operate regional programs in Massachusetts, New York City, and Chicago that collectively serve over 7,000 students.   When you join Bottom Line, you will find an organization that lives into its core values. We are committed to building strong, impactful relationships with our students, co-workers, schools, community partners, donors, and other supporters. We are engaging, responsive, caring, direct, honest, solutions-oriented, and we always follow through on our promises. We act with empathy and extend grace to ourselves and each other. We pursue ambitious goals, hold ourselves to high standards, make data-informed decisions, and orient to long-term success for our students and our organization. We operate with curiosity, evolve thoughtfully, take informed risks, and learn from successes, setbacks, and each other. Experts in our field, we are driven by our mission and motivated by the impact we’re achieving.     At Bottom Line, we have a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We aim to attract diverse candidate pools who hold these same values, and are ready to help us along our journey toward greater equity and inclusion.    For more information about who we are, please review our Core Values and Careers Page.      The primary focus of the College Access Advisor is on effectively serving 60 – 65 students using the Bottom Line LEAD (Lists, Essays, Applications, Decisions) Model. The College Access Advisor helps students identify college options, write application essays, submit applications, complete financial aid requirements, analyze acceptances and award packages, and make a responsible college choice. The College Access Advisor tracks and records student progress in our database using both quantitative and qualitative data. Advisors are expected to build advising skills and learn the Bottom Line program model and expectations for supporting a caseload of students, with the goal of being ready for promotion to Senior Advisor after their first or second full year as an Advisor. Training and professional development in the Advisor role is focused on the Bottom Line curriculum and student services, as well as Bottom Line Foundations.
Job Locations US-MA-Boston | US
Posted Date 2 months ago(4/19/2021 11:07 AM)
Students are at the core of Bottom Line. Every day, we are energized by their drive, potential, and passion. We know that the success of our students will create a ripple effect in our communities.   Bottom Line is bridging the divide of educational inequity by providing a trusted advisor and the social capital necessary for our students to earn their bachelor’s degree, build financial stability, and successfully launch thriving careers. We primarily focus on students of color who will be in the first generation of their family to earn a college degree, are from low-income backgrounds, and are academically prepared for college.     For more than two decades, Bottom Line has been fighting for educational equity by ensuring that the right to a quality college education is accessible to those whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity. For first-generation degree-aspiring students from low-income backgrounds who face systemic barriers, Bottom Line’s advisors are a relentless ally who partner with them to find the right college, persist to a degree, and successfully launch a career.   As one of the first college support organizations to focus on college completion, Bottom Line now produces best-in-class college graduation rates that reduce the significant gap between first-generation students from low-income backgrounds and their wealthier peers. We operate regional programs in Massachusetts, New York City, and Chicago that collectively serve over 7,000 students.   When you join Bottom Line, you will find an organization that lives into its core values. We are committed to building strong, impactful relationships with our students, co-workers, schools, community partners, donors, and other supporters. We are engaging, responsive, caring, direct, honest, solutions-oriented, and we always follow through on our promises. We act with empathy and extend grace to ourselves and each other. We pursue ambitious goals, hold ourselves to high standards, make data-informed decisions, and orient to long-term success for our students and our organization. We operate with curiosity, evolve thoughtfully, take informed risks, and learn from successes, setbacks, and each other. Experts in our field, we are driven by our mission and motivated by the impact we’re achieving.     At Bottom Line, we have a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We aim to attract diverse candidate pools who hold these same values, and are ready to help us along our journey toward greater equity and inclusion.    For more information about who we are, please review our Core Values and Careers Page.      This position will be responsible for supporting a caseload of 300-400 rising first year college students from Chicago Public Schools in the Bluprint model. This role will primarily report to the Virtual Success Team Manager on the National Program Team with dotted line reporting to the Chicago Regional Managing Director of Programs. The Virtual Success Advisor will spearhead Bottom Line’s first ever hybrid approach to caseload management to serve students via customized content delivered through SMS and supplemented via live, virtual sessions with the advisor as needed for significant issues or that require escalation or more nuanced guidance. Success of this pilot program will propel Bottom Line to both broaden and deepen our service to first-generation college-bound students.     Bottom Line’s 2030 ambition calls on us to expand our reach to serve 20,000 students while maintaining high-quality programming and outcomes. In order to achieve this vision, our programs need to evolve to improve outcomes, increase efficiency, and drive scale. One of the ways we will do this is by investing in AI powered chat bot technology (“Blu”) and a new light- touch Success Program model (“Bluprint”), a fully virtual, scaled-down version of Bottom Line’s Success Program model. The program will facilitate personalized, targeted, and automated communication with students via SMS and support students navigating college with a customized virtual assistant, Blu, who will help them stay on track to graduate.     Bluwill communicate with students about routine reminders, frequently asked questions, and additional resources. The chat bot willsend out nudges that support key milestones across our College Success Program, supporting student outcomes and satisfaction.Bluprint will allow us to support a population of students we have yet to be able to serve beyond college acceptance, students who are part of our Access program but are not eligible for our Success program because they are not enrolled at one of our target colleges. It will also allow us to serve students who are seeking lighter touch support while in college.
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Posted Date 2 months ago(4/9/2021 3:37 PM)
This is an anticipated vacancy for July 2021.   Students are at the core of Bottom Line. Every day, we are energized by their drive, potential, and passion. We know that the success of our students will create a ripple effect in our communities.   Bottom Line is bridging the divide of educational inequity by providing a trusted advisor and the social capital necessary for our students to earn their bachelor’s degree, build financial stability, and successfully launch thriving careers. We primarily focus on students of color who will be in the first generation of their family to earn a college degree, are from low-income backgrounds, and are academically prepared for college.     For more than two decades, Bottom Line has been fighting for educational equity by ensuring that the right to a quality college education is accessible to those whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity. For first-generation degree-aspiring students from low-income backgrounds who face systemic barriers, Bottom Line’s advisors are a relentless ally who partner with them to find the right college, persist to a degree, and successfully launch a career.   As one of the first college support organizations to focus on college completion, Bottom Line now produces best-in-class college graduation rates that reduce the significant gap between first-generation students from low-income backgrounds and their wealthier peers. We operate regional programs in Massachusetts, New York City, and Chicago that collectively serve over 7,000 students.   When you join Bottom Line, you will find an organization that lives into its core values. We are committed to building strong, impactful relationships with our students, co-workers, schools, community partners, donors, and other supporters. We are engaging, responsive, caring, direct, honest, solutions-oriented, and we always follow through on our promises. We act with empathy and extend grace to ourselves and each other. We pursue ambitious goals, hold ourselves to high standards, make data-informed decisions, and orient to long-term success for our students and our organization. We operate with curiosity, evolve thoughtfully, take informed risks, and learn from successes, setbacks, and each other. Experts in our field, we are driven by our mission and motivated by the impact we’re achieving.     At Bottom Line, we have a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We aim to attract diverse candidate pools who hold these same values, and are ready to help us along our journey toward greater equity and inclusion.    For more information about who we are, please review our Core Values and Careers Page.      The primary focus of the College Success Advisor is to effectively serve a caseload of 75 – 80 college students at 2 to 3 college campuses using the Bottom Line DEAL (Degree, Employability, Affordability, Life Skills) model. The College Success Advisor provides one on-one academic, financial, personal, and career guidance, and tracks and records student progress in our database using both quantitative and qualitative data. Advisors are expected to build advising skills and learn the Bottom Line program model and expectations for supporting a caseload of students, with the goal of being ready for promotion to Senior Advisor after their first or second full year as an Advisor. Training and professional development in the Advisor role is focused on the Bottom Line curriculum and student services, as well as Bottom Line Foundations.   This is an anticipated vacancy for July 2021.
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Posted Date 2 months ago(4/9/2021 3:35 PM)
Students are at the core of Bottom Line. Every day, we are energized by their drive, potential, and passion. We know that the success of our students will create a ripple effect in our communities.   Bottom Line is bridging the divide of educational inequity by providing a trusted advisor and the social capital necessary for our students to earn their bachelor’s degree, build financial stability, and successfully launch thriving careers. We primarily focus on students of color who will be in the first generation of their family to earn a college degree, are from low-income backgrounds, and are academically prepared for college.     For more than two decades, Bottom Line has been fighting for educational equity by ensuring that the right to a quality college education is accessible to those whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity. For first-generation degree-aspiring students from low-income backgrounds who face systemic barriers, Bottom Line’s advisors are a relentless ally who partner with them to find the right college, persist to a degree, and successfully launch a career.   As one of the first college support organizations to focus on college completion, Bottom Line now produces best-in-class college graduation rates that reduce the significant gap between first-generation students from low-income backgrounds and their wealthier peers. We operate regional programs in Massachusetts, New York City, and Chicago that collectively serve over 7,000 students.   When you join Bottom Line, you will find an organization that lives into its core values. We are committed to building strong, impactful relationships with our students, co-workers, schools, community partners, donors, and other supporters. We are engaging, responsive, caring, direct, honest, solutions-oriented, and we always follow through on our promises. We act with empathy and extend grace to ourselves and each other. We pursue ambitious goals, hold ourselves to high standards, make data-informed decisions, and orient to long-term success for our students and our organization. We operate with curiosity, evolve thoughtfully, take informed risks, and learn from successes, setbacks, and each other. Experts in our field, we are driven by our mission and motivated by the impact we’re achieving.     At Bottom Line, we have a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We aim to attract diverse candidate pools who hold these same values, and are ready to help us along our journey toward greater equity and inclusion.    For more information about who we are, please review our Core Values and Careers Page.      The primary focus of the College Access Advisor is on effectively serving 60 – 65 students using the Bottom Line LEAD (Lists, Essays, Applications, Decisions) Model. The College Access Advisor helps students identify college options, write application essays, submit applications, complete financial aid requirements, analyze acceptances and award packages, and make a responsible college choice. The College Access Advisor tracks and records student progress in our database using both quantitative and qualitative data. Advisors are expected to build advising skills and learn the Bottom Line program model and expectations for supporting a caseload of students, with the goal of being ready for promotion to Senior Advisor after their first or second full year as an Advisor. Training and professional development in the Advisor role is focused on the Bottom Line curriculum and student services, as well as Bottom Line Foundations.
Job Locations US-MA-Jamaica Plain Boston
Posted Date 2 months ago(4/9/2021 12:39 PM)
Students are at the core of Bottom Line. Every day, we are energized by their drive, potential, and passion. We know that the success of our students will create a ripple effect in our communities.   Bottom Line is bridging the divide of educational inequity by providing a trusted advisor and the social capital necessary for our students to earn their bachelor’s degree, build financial stability, and successfully launch thriving careers. We primarily focus on students of color who will be in the first generation of their family to earn a college degree, are from low-income backgrounds, and are academically prepared for college.     For more than two decades, Bottom Line has been fighting for educational equity by ensuring that the right to a quality college education is accessible to those whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity. For first-generation degree-aspiring students from low-income backgrounds who face systemic barriers, Bottom Line’s advisors are a relentless ally who partner with them to find the right college, persist to a degree, and successfully launch a career.   As one of the first college support organizations to focus on college completion, Bottom Line now produces best-in-class college graduation rates that reduce the significant gap between first-generation students from low-income backgrounds and their wealthier peers. We operate regional programs in Massachusetts, New York City, and Chicago that collectively serve over 7,000 students.   When you join Bottom Line, you will find an organization that lives into its core values. We are committed to building strong, impactful relationships with our students, co-workers, schools, community partners, donors, and other supporters. We are engaging, responsive, caring, direct, honest, solutions-oriented, and we always follow through on our promises. We act with empathy and extend grace to ourselves and each other. We pursue ambitious goals, hold ourselves to high standards, make data-informed decisions, and orient to long-term success for our students and our organization. We operate with curiosity, evolve thoughtfully, take informed risks, and learn from successes, setbacks, and each other. Experts in our field, we are driven by our mission and motivated by the impact we’re achieving.     At Bottom Line, we have a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We aim to attract diverse candidate pools who hold these same values, and are ready to help us along our journey toward greater equity and inclusion.    For more information about who we are, please review our Core Values and Careers Page.      The primary focus of the College Success Advisor is to effectively serve a caseload of 75 – 80 college students at 2 to 3 college campuses using the Bottom Line DEAL (Degree, Employability, Affordability, Life Skills) model. The College Success Advisor provides one on-one academic, financial, personal, and career guidance, and tracks and records student progress in our database using both quantitative and qualitative data. Advisors are expected to build advising skills and learn the Bottom Line program model and expectations for supporting a caseload of students, with the goal of being ready for promotion to Senior Advisor after their first or second full year as an Advisor. Training and professional development in the Advisor role is focused on the Bottom Line curriculum and student services, as well as Bottom Line Foundations.
Job Locations US-IL-Chicago
Posted Date 4 days ago(6/16/2021 4:07 PM)
Students are at the core of Bottom Line. Every day, we are energized by their drive, potential, and passion. We know that the success of our students will create a ripple effect in our communities.   Bottom Line is bridging the divide of educational inequity by providing a trusted advisor and the social capital necessary for our students to earn their bachelor’s degree, build financial stability, and successfully launch thriving careers. We primarily focus on students of color who will be in the first generation of their family to earn a college degree, are from low-income backgrounds, and are academically prepared for college.     For more than two decades, Bottom Line has been fighting for educational equity by ensuring that the right to a quality college education is accessible to those whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity. For first-generation degree-aspiring students from low-income backgrounds who face systemic barriers, Bottom Line’s advisors are a relentless ally who partner with them to find the right college, persist to a degree, and successfully launch a career.   As one of the first college support organizations to focus on college completion, Bottom Line now produces best-in-class college graduation rates that reduce the significant gap between first-generation students from low-income backgrounds and their wealthier peers. We operate regional programs in Massachusetts, New York City, and Chicago that collectively serve over 7,000 students.   When you join Bottom Line, you will find an organization that lives into its core values. We are committed to building strong, impactful relationships with our students, co-workers, schools, community partners, donors, and other supporters. We are engaging, responsive, caring, direct, honest, solutions-oriented, and we always follow through on our promises. We act with empathy and extend grace to ourselves and each other. We pursue ambitious goals, hold ourselves to high standards, make data-informed decisions, and orient to long-term success for our students and our organization. We operate with curiosity, evolve thoughtfully, take informed risks, and learn from successes, setbacks, and each other. Experts in our field, we are driven by our mission and motivated by the impact we’re achieving.     At Bottom Line, we have a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We aim to attract diverse candidate pools who hold these same values, and are ready to help us along our journey toward greater equity and inclusion.    For more information about who we are, please review our Core Values and Careers Page.    The primary focus of the College Success Advisor is to effectively serve a caseload of 75 – 80 college students at 2 to 3 college campuses using the Bottom Line DEAL (Degree, Employability, Affordability, Life Skills) model. The College Success Advisor provides one on-one academic, financial, personal, and career guidance, and tracks and records student progress in our database using both quantitative and qualitative data. Advisors are expected to build advising skills and learn the Bottom Line program model and expectations for supporting a caseload of students, with the goal of being ready for promotion to Senior Advisor after their first or second full year as an Advisor. Training and professional development in the Advisor role is focused on the Bottom Line curriculum and student services, as well as Bottom Line Foundations.
Job Locations US-MA-Boston | US
Posted Date 3 months ago(3/19/2021 2:22 PM)
Students are at the core of Bottom Line. Every day, we are energized by their drive, potential, and passion. We know that the success of our students will create a ripple effect in our communities.   Bottom Line is bridging the divide of educational inequity by providing a trusted advisor and the social capital necessary for our students to earn their bachelor’s degree, build financial stability, and successfully launch thriving careers. We primarily focus on students of color who will be in the first generation of their family to earn a college degree, are from low-income backgrounds, and are academically prepared for college.     For more than two decades, Bottom Line has been fighting for educational equity by ensuring that the right to a quality college education is accessible to those whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity. For first-generation degree-aspiring students from low-income backgrounds who face systemic barriers, Bottom Line’s advisors are a relentless ally who partner with them to find the right college, persist to a degree, and successfully launch a career.   As one of the first college support organizations to focus on college completion, Bottom Line now produces best-in-class college graduation rates that reduce the significant gap between first-generation students from low-income backgrounds and their wealthier peers. We operate regional programs in Massachusetts, New York City, and Chicago that collectively serve over 7,000 students.   When you join Bottom Line, you will find an organization that lives into its core values. We are committed to building strong, impactful relationships with our students, co-workers, schools, community partners, donors, and other supporters. We are engaging, responsive, caring, direct, honest, solutions-oriented, and we always follow through on our promises. We act with empathy and extend grace to ourselves and each other. We pursue ambitious goals, hold ourselves to high standards, make data-informed decisions, and orient to long-term success for our students and our organization. We operate with curiosity, evolve thoughtfully, take informed risks, and learn from successes, setbacks, and each other. Experts in our field, we are driven by our mission and motivated by the impact we’re achieving.     At Bottom Line, we have a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We aim to attract diverse candidate pools who hold these same values, and are ready to help us along our journey toward greater equity and inclusion.    For more information about who we are, please review our Core Values and Careers Page.        Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Vice President of External Affairs provides strategic and tactical leadership, and is responsible for driving the reputation, visibility, and growth of the organization as we expand our reach. This includes management of the systems, tools, and processes required to implement successful national and regional communications, public relations, social media, marketing, and fundraising efforts aimed at cultivating our brand and achieving our strategic goals. The VP of External Affairs is also responsible for vendor management, management of the development departmental budget, and oversight and prioritization of resources. The VP, External Affairs is a key member of the Bottom Line Senior Leadership Team (SLT).    This is a full-time remote role, with travel required and with some flexibility around hours.     What You Bring   - You strive for educational equity, opening doors for the many whose potential and drive exceed their opportunity.    - You have a genuine drive for designing and implementing communications and public relations strategies that meet the current and future business needs of the organization and help drive growth.  - You are a brand-builder at heart, with a strong sense of the power that words, stories, personal experiences, and interpersonal skills can have on cultivating a broad and diverse community of organizational champions and funders.  - You are passionate about ensuring a high-quality and consistent donor experience that fosters engagement, loyalty, and authentic relationships.  - You bring an innovative and continuous learning mindset to develop new techniques or creatively apply existing techniques or knowledge in order to solve problems posed by complexity, size, lack of existing best-practice, or unavailability of data.   - You are someone with the ability to lead strategic change, both within and outside the organization, to meet organizational goals.   - You are exceptionally organized with meticulous attention to detail.   - You foster an inclusive workplace where bias is examined and respectfully challenged so our community members can bring their most authentic selves each day.    - You provide opportunities for shared leadership, to capitalize on our diversity in our decision-making processes.   - You invest time and energy in building strong, impactful relationships with direct reports, coworkers, students, and external partners.