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                                                           May 5, 2016

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SF B2C is Hiring! | AmeriCorps VISTA - 2 Positions Left | Events this Weekend!   

We're Hiring a Full-Time "Manager for Collective Impact Initiatives for the Santa Fe Birth To Career Collaboration

The work of the SF B2C is growing and we are seeking a dynamic, outcome-driven, collaborative project manager to fully support and advance collective actions in partnership with the Mayor's Children, Youth and Families Community Cabinet (CYFCC), all Collaborative Working Groups and many other community partners. 

The Manager will be responsible for ensuring alignment in the goals and priorities of the SF B2C, the Mayor’s Cabinet and its partners; developing long-term partnerships and community engagement in support of the collective impact goals; providing data-driven, strategic leadership in the development and implementation of the Collective Action Plan; and tracking and effectively communicating the progress and outcomes for continuous learning and improvement. 

The Manager will also be responsible for leading and supporting a collaborative team composed of representatives from partner organizations, SF B2C’s Collaborative Working Groups (CWGs), several AmeriCorps VISTA members, and consultants/contractors, as well as leading specific priority projects as needed.  The Manager is ultimately responsible for providing overall project and team management and facilitation to ensure progress, continuous learning and long-term success, and sustainability of the SF B2C’s collective impact efforts.  

Deadline for applications:​ For priority consideration, apply by May 16, 2016. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis as soon as submitted until position is filled.

Recruiting VISTAs - Only 2 Positions Left

Are you interested or know someone who may be interested in serving as an AmeriCorps VISTA member? This important position will help implement the Collective Action Plans of the Santa Fe Birth to Career Collaboration and the Mayor’s Children, Families and Communities Cabinet. Four positions have been filled, but we are still interviewing for the last two positions in the areas of “Early Childhood” and “Grant Writing and Best Practice Research."

  • Early Childhood (Accepting applications)

  • Mentoring, Tutoring and Internship Hub (Position filled)

  • Extended Learning (Position filled)

  • Prevention and Re-engagement of Disconnected Youth (Position filled)

  • Career Pathways and Workforce Development (Position filled)

  • Grant Writing and Best Practice Research (Accepting applications)

VISTA members will work closely with community leaders and partners to develop community outreach strategies, implement collaborative projects and engage youth and adults in the community, as well as supporting resource development for long-term sustainability and success of the collective impact efforts.

We are currently interviewing some great clients but there are still a couple more weeks until the application closes.

SF B2C Upcoming Partner Events!


Fiesta Para Bebes 
May 7th, Saturday from 10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Do you love blowing up balloons? Isn’t it fun to hand out raffle tickets? Would you like to help register participating organizations? Please consider volunteering to help out at the Fiesta Para Bebés! We’ll have a blast (and coffee too!) Contact Katie Dry, Director, Santa Fe Baby Fund to get involved: 505-988-9715 x7016 or

The Santa Fe Baby Fund at the Santa Fe Community Foundation is thrilled to be hosting this exciting community health and wellness fair for families with young children (prenatal to age 5) on May 7, 2016 from 10:00am-1:30pm at El Camino Real Academy (2500 S. Meadows Rd). Consider volunteering for a one or two-hour shift and be part of the (behind the scenes) fun.


City of Dreamers:
May 8th, Sunday at 7 pm

This live multi-media event uses storytelling to focus on the boundaries that deeply impact Santa Fe: immigration and identity, heroes and advocates, and stories about being the first to graduate from high school and go to college. 

It will be an evening of short films, live radio, youth-driven conversation and live music to showcase the voices and stories of the students, families, and immigrants of Santa Fe’s South Side. It will be 100% bilingual. 

City of Dreamers brings attention to the thriving and rich cultural world of Santa Fe’s diverse South Side, challenging the Santa Fe community’s negative preconceptions about its families and schools.

The Santa Fe Community Foundation has offered to help support Littleglobe and its final efforts for funding for the last elements of the program via a Dollar4Schools crowdsource campaign.

Join Us May 20th: SF B2C Communications Open Meeting

Have news to share with SF B2C? The Santa Fe Birth to Career Collaboration invites partners to join us for an open meeting to coordinate communications and marketing efforts amongst the organizations. We share information about upcoming communications opportunities as well as devise specific campaigns around our priority issues. If you'd like to join us, please RSVP to

You can also send your content to be added to the bi-weekly eNews. Email content to

The meetings are on-going and held on the third Friday of each month, 9am-10:30am at the Santa Fe Community Foundation (501 Halona Street).   The next meeting will take place on May 20, 2016.  

Connect with Us Online

The Santa Fe Birth to Career Collaboration is growing its presence online and offering our community even more ways to participate in this work and communicate with us.

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Santa Fe Birth to Career Collaboration (SF B2C) is a collective impact effort to achieve better outcomes across the birth to career continuum in Santa Fe County.   Visit to learn more.
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