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Social Innovation Initiative Program Manager

The Swearer Center team seeks a creative systems-thinker and skilled trainer and facilitator to add capacity to the Center focused on the Social Innovation Initiative. The Program Manager will manage application and selection processes in collaboration with the Operations Team, manage key programming elements as assigned, and manage evaluation of a range of programs and events that serve students and the community in collaboration with the Academic Programs Team. The Program Manager will advise students engaging with SII programming as well as manage efforts to engage alumni as mentors, advisors, and guest speakers in collaboration with the Student Development Team. Finally, the Program Manager will collaborate with the Operations Team on technology and data management and other internal systems. 

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College Advising Corps Program Manager

The College Advising Corps (CAC) works to increase the number of low-to-moderate income, first-generation college-bound and underrepresented high school and community college students who enter and complete higher education. To deliver on this mission, the CAC recruits, trains, and deploys recent college graduates to serve as full-time College Advisers in schools across Rhode Island. College Advisers provide college application and financial aid guidance to students and their families while fostering a culture of college attendance and higher education in Rhode Island's urban communities.

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Taubman Center for Public Policy Fellow and Social Entrepreneur-in-Residence

Brown University’s Swearer Center for Public Service and Taubman Center for Public Policy are seeking an experienced social change professional to serve as a Taubman Fellow and Social Entrepreneur-in-Residence (SEIR). The Fellow will function as an educator, advisor, and convener within the social innovation community at Brown. This is a semester-long position, and we are currently seeking one or two fellows for the Fall 2016 semester and one or two fellows for the Spring 2017 semester.

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