Mother of Providence Regional Catholic School, is seeking to hire an Advancement Director. The Advancement Director will report to the Principal, Mrs. Therese Waters, and will be responsible for planning, coordinating and directing those activities that will enhance enrollment and attract the necessary philanthropic support to provide sufficient resources to insure excellent educational programs and the long-term viability of the school.
Qualified candidates will possess experience in enrollment management, development, sales, marketing, communication, and/or volunteer management. Experience in a parochial or not-for-profit environment preferred.
The successful candidate will have strong interpersonal skills with the demonstrated ability to engage volunteers, prospects, parents, grandparents, students, alumni, faculty and administrative staff. The ideal candidate will exhibit vision and drive with an entrepreneurial spirit and will be committed to embracing the mission of Mother of Providence Regional Catholic School. Bachelor’s degree is preferred. Candidates must be willing and able to travel locally and work some nights and weekends.
Qualified candidates may send resume and salary history to:
Mrs. Therese Waters
Mother of Providence Regional Catholic School
607 S. Providence Rd.
Wallingford, PA 19086
There were 33 middle schools competing this year at the Greater Philadelphia SeaPerch Challenge on March 17th. MPRCS students brought home a 2nd place trophy for their Design Notebook and a 6th place finish for their pool performance (vehicle and piloting)! CONGRATULATIONS! SEE THE PRESS RELEASE.
Mother of Providence Regional Catholic School recently received two grants from the Connelly Foundation. Through the Connelly Foundation’s PACT (Promoting Achievement through Classroom Technology) program, Mother of Providence is pleased to be receiving 30 new Chromebooks with Google EDU Management Console Licenses as well as a cart for storage and charging. A second grant was received for a 3D Printer and software to enhance the school's STEM program.
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