College Campus Coordinator (Full-Time)

Reports to: Manager, Community Education and Outreach

Womankind uses the multidimensionality of our Asian heritage to work alongside survivors of gender-based violence as they build a path to healing. Through our programs, we offer access to a safe place to live, counseling, legal assistance, wellness activities, and so much more. Womankind is an expert in serving Asian communities, yet our services are valuable and available to all. Whether in our services or in our increasing advocacy and policy work, Womankind first centers the survivor by uplifting them to control their own lives and narratives. In addition to promoting healing and safety through service provision, Womankind promotes gender justice through research, coalition building, policy analysis, and community education and mobilization. 

College Campus Coordinator will work within the Community Education and Outreach program to mobilize youth ages 18 to 24 to address gender-based violence. Womankind believes that conducting, strengthening, and expanding gender-based violence prevention work for college-aged young adults is vital to creating safer communities. By building relationships with students, student leaders, faculty, staff on campuses and young adults off campuses, we are able to build a network of resources for survivors and their loved ones as well as foster reflection, accountability, and healing.

College Campus Coordinator is expected to build and strengthen both formal and informal relationships on college campuses within New York City, especially those with significant Asian student populations. Much of this work will be done through recurrent needs assessments on and off campuses, developing partnerships and collaborations, and engaging in outreach events. The College Campus Coordinator will attend community education and outreach events, develop and facilitate presentations/trainings, support/co-facilitate group work and conduct related research to expand preventative gender-based violence work at higher education institutions.

Essential Functions:

Primary Responsibilities (55%)

  • Establish, or review and update Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) agreements and/or collaborative partnerships with colleges/universities in the service area; strengthen relationships with college campuses with a particular emphasis on marginalized students (for example: international and LGTBQIA+ student groups) to support student survivors of gender-based violence
  • Develop or update plans to address needs of the colleges/universities served related to the Enough is Enough grant requirements and annually reassess the needs of each campus to ensure student needs are met
  • Provide information and services and referrals to students, through recurring office hours, awareness events/campaigns, workshops, etc.
  • Conduct outreach and facilitate trainings on sexual assault prevention education and/or bystander intervention trainings
  • Work with Community Education and Outreach Manager to tweak training curriculum and develop a variety of educational methods to create an inclusive learning environment
  • Provide and disseminate information contained in the Enough is Enough law, including but not limited to:
    • Definitions of affirmative consent and sexual assault
    • Resources available to students both on campus and off-campus
    • Student Bill of Rights, Title IX, and Amnesty policy
    • Anonymous reporting information
  • Collaborate with local community partners on the prevention of and response to campus sexual assault, including but not limited to:
    • colleges/universities
    • local/state law enforcement
    • district attorney’s office
    • other service providers, and other Enough is Enough grant recipients in the service area, if applicable

Administrative Responsibilities (30%)

  • Stay up-to-date with city-wide, state-wide, and national trends (particularly Title IX discussions and policy changes) and share updates with Client Services team regarding young adult population needs and college campus needs
  • Maintain timely attendance records and outreach notes within the Client Database
  • Collaborate with Community Education and Outreach Manager to generate program progress reports
  • Work with Manager to engage in periodic assessment of impact of program and adjust services accordingly
  • Submit timesheets and other agency paperwork

Organizational Responsibilities (15%)

  • Attend weekly supervision, staff meetings and training events
  • Represent Womankind to participate in relevant meetings and possible community gatherings
  • Represent Womankind at related events targeting college-aged young adults
  • Work in partnership with program team to build collaborative work environment


  • Deep commitment to Womankind’s mission
  • Experience with anti-violence work, student groups, and/or client advocacy
  • Understanding of gender-based violence and/or have lived or professional experience with community outreach and/or organizing work
  • Self-starter personality and ability to take initiatives
  • Highly organized, ability to manage multiple priorities
  • Ability to exhibit personal responsibility and commitment to work; follow-through and accountability
  • Humility and openness in approach to the work
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office
  • Ability to commute to campuses and community sites
  • Fluency in an Asian language is a plus

Compensation Package:

Womankind offers a competitive and outstanding compensation package. Salary will be commensurate with experience, skill set, education, and other criteria. Annual salary range for this position is between $48,000 and $52,000. Top benefits include health/dental/vision/FSA plans, generous paid time off, holidays, 403(B) retirement plan, commuter transit program, and much more.

How to Apply:

Email resume and cover letter to Please include your name and position you are applying for in the subject line. No phone calls, please.

Womankind is an Equal Opportunity Employer.