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Campus and Community Outreach Coordinator

Alternatives Pregnancy Center
Posted: 03/25/2024
Salary/Range: $21 - $23 / hour
Denver, CO
Position Summary:

This enthusiastic person will join a team of passionate individuals to create and implement a strategic outreach program to local universities/colleges and key community agencies. Through education and relationship building, this person promotes awareness of Alternatives’ programs and services.


Education/Experience Requirements:

  • Two-Three years of community focused work.
  • Experience in community relations, public speaking and campus life.
  • A well-versed understanding of current and emerging social issues on campus related to unintended pregnancy, sexual health and abortion.


  • Bachelor’s or associate degree. Experience will be considered in lieu of degree.
  • Bilingual (English and Spanish) speaking candidates are a priority.


Skills and Attitude:

  • Ability to lead and effectively implement Alternatives Pregnancy Center’s Mission and Vision.
  • Interpersonal, written and oral communications skills.
  • Build relationships and engage with a diverse range of people with confidence.
  • Strength and maturity in response to strong college rhetoric.
  • Build trust quickly with a diverse population, including college faculty and staff.
  • Self-motivated and a self-starter.
  • Demonstrates high energy, enthusiasm and confidence.
  • Creative and able to prioritize and multi-task.
  • Willing to travel throughout the Denver Metro Area.
  • Work both independently and with a team.
  • Willingness to learn and listen. Teachable
  • High emotional intelligence.
  • Possesses spiritual maturity and good personal boundaries in managing difficult narratives around pregnancy center work.
  • Committed to his or her own personal and spiritual growth.
  • Honest, loyal and dependable.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities


Campus Relations:

  • Develop strategic outreach plan for campus engagement.
  • Develops relationships and contacts with college/university campus communities in the Denver-metro area.
  • Identify and build relationships with Title IX campus departments, plus other key campus contacts like counseling centers, health centers, financial aid departments, student clubs, and campus-housing.
  • Represents Alternatives’ services through tabling, event attendance and resource fairs.


Community Outreach:

  • Attend community meetings in the geographical areas near Alternatives’ offices in order to stay current on resources to help Alternatives’ clients.
  • Work with client services to vet community organizations and enhance the Community Resource Guide (CRG), including the holiday edition.
  • Work with the Communications Associate to update and proof the CRG quarterly.
  • Solicit and schedule presentations at local community meetings.
  • Connect with all departments of the organization to discuss community contacts in their program area.
  • Solicit and host tours at our three locations with new and existing community partners.



  • In collaboration with the communications team:
    • Create, update, and distribute campus marketing collateral.
    • Suggest campus specific social and digital advertisements and campus webpage content.
    • Assist with the development of the campus webpage.
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