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CAMPAIGN DIRECTOR

OPTIONS IN EDUCATION, Inc     

Options in Education (OIE) seeks a results-oriented, mission-driven individual with a proven fundraising and campaign track record to drive the expansion of the Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School campus.

Reporting to the President of OIE, the Campaign Director will formulate and drive campaign strategy in managing all aspects of the daily, weekly and monthly capital campaign operations in order to realize MVPCS’ three-year campus expansion plan. Specifically, the Campaign Director will assume responsibility for developing and carrying out strategies and activities resulting in the identification, qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of a portfolio of prospective donors capable of making campaign gifts to Options in Education.

This position is a full-time, year-round, contractual position without benefits for a three-year term, with potential for advancement to Director of Development on a permanent basis.

Options in Education & Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School Background:

OIE, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, was formed by a group of Islanders who are deeply committed to the success of Martha’s Vineyard’s youth. Since its launch in 1994, OIE has been working with Martha's Vineyard Public Charter School to provide an alternative education option to local families, one that offers a self-directed approach to learning and caters to each child’s interests and learning style.

TO APPLY:

Please send a cover letter and resume via email only to mvoptionsineducation@gmail.com with “CAMPAIGN DIRECTOR” in the subject field no later than February 15, 2019. Competitive salary based on experience.

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options in education, inc.

Martha's Vineyard 

OIE was formed by a group of Islanders who are deeply committed to the success of the Vineyard’s youth. Since its launch in 1994, OIE has been working with MVPCS (Martha's Vineyard Public Charter School) to provide an alternative education option to local families, one that offers a self-directed approach to learning and caters to each child’s interests and learning style. The school currently serves 180 students in grades K-12. It has gained a reputation for academic excellence thanks to the dedicated parents, educators, students and community leaders who believe in its mission.

OIE is a 501-C Non-profit organization

The school’s success, in fact its mere existence, hinges on its relationship with OIE. When the state allowed for the creation of charter schools in 1993, the community united to establish one on the Vineyard.  OIE purchased the land and built MVPCS in 1995 after securing donations and bank financing. It has leased the property to MVPCS ever since, essentially acting as the school’s landlord.

Our Mission

The purposes of OIE are:
   1. To support and promote innovative educational programs on Martha's Vineyard, especially for children.
   2. To raise funds for a charter school.
   3. To eventually operate a summer program offering educational activities for children, and to create employment opportunities for young people.

 

 

 
The Jordan Science Center Grand Opening  Reprinted with permission of The Martha's Vineyard Times. All rights reserved   The Jordan Science Center Opens

The Jordan Science Center Grand Opening

Reprinted with permission of The Martha's Vineyard Times. All rights reserved

The Jordan Science Center Opens

Speakers and the school's science teachers stood together following the ribbon-cutting ceremony on Saturday: From left, Charlotte Costa, Paul Karasik, Vernon Jordan, Isabella Quinones-Morais, Robert Day, science teachers Rebecca Conner and Jane Paquet, and Bob Moore. — Cameron Machell
A crowd of about 50 people attended a cheerful ribbon-cutting ceremony Saturday morning for the Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School Jordan Science Center, named in honor of the civil rights movement leader, Washington lawyer, and frequent presidential advisor Vernon Jordan.

 

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Mr. Jordan said that story highlighted the meaning of progress and advocacy. He said it reflected the importance of “sticking to the issues” and “believing in democracy.”

“I’m 81 years old, and I have 80 honorary degrees from some of the best schools in the country,” Mr. Jordan said. “But this Charter School lab named for me, thanks to my friend Robert Day, means as much to me as any one of those honorary degrees, or all of them combined.”

http://www.mvtimes.com/2016/09/07/charter-school-opens-new-jordan-science-center/