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Director of Corporate Relations Position Description
Cristo Rey San José Jesuit High School

Introduction:
Affording a tremendous opportunity to affect transformative change in Silicon Valley, Cristo Rey San José
Jesuit High School (CRSJ) is seeking a Director of Corporate Relations to grow it’s Corporate Work Study
Program (CWSP). The best candidate will bring demonstrated success in business development, sales and/or fundraising for a mission-driven institution. Supporting 480 high school students from systemically underserved communities in San José, CRSJ blends rigorous academics, broad-based preparation for college, significant professional work experience and Jesuit Catholic values to educate young people to succeed and lead in high school, college and beyond. CRSJ is a member of the Cristo Rey Network, one of the most innovative and successful educational programs in the nation. The Director of Corporate Relations, promoting CRSJ’s mission, plays a critical role in the success of the school by ensuring that CWSP work placements are available for all students and that relationships with CWSP Partner companies are acquired, retained and enhanced.

Mission Statement
Cristo Rey San José is a Jesuit, Catholic high school that empowers students from underserved communities in San José to be men and women for others who are prepared spiritually, academically, and professionally to complete college and who will become accomplished leaders committed to a lifelong pursuit of learning, faith,and justice.

Position Description
Reporting to the Executive Director of CWSP to start, the Director of Corporate Relations ensures that CWSP revenue goals are set and met by securing and retaining a diverse portfolio of participating companies the Director will work in close collaboration with the CWSP Board, Board of Directors, CWSP team and Advancement team to leverage networks and secure new CWSP Partners while increasing
engagement/retaining current CWSP Partners. The program

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