Development and Alumni Relations Coordinator

Keewaydin Foundation   Salisbury, VT   Full-time     Other
Posted on January 1, 2023

Development and Alumni Relations Coordinator


The Keewaydin Foundation, located on the shores of Lake Dunmore, outside Middlebury, VT, is a small non-profit which operates three summer camps and an environmental education center. The Foundation’s programs provide unique opportunities for youth to develop self-confidence, character, and leadership while living simply in beautiful wilderness settings. The Foundation is now offering an opportunity to a detail-oriented, systems-driven individual to join the team as the Development and Alumni Relations Coordinator. 


Reporting to the Director of Development, the Coordinator will manage the Foundation’s gift processing, including acknowledgment letters; perform data entry maintaining the general integrity and consistency of the Raiser’s Edge database; manage financial reporting and serve as liaison to the Foundation’s business office; provide support for on-line and print mailings; and provide planning assistance for campaign events; and provide administrative support for the capital campaign.


Successful candidates will have a proven track record managing detail-oriented systems, experience working with financial data using a complex database, an interest in and experience with event planning and management, and a willingness to join a high-functioning energetic and collaborative team. Facility with Excel and Raiser’s Edge is preferred. Good writing and organizational skills are a must.


This position offers a generous compensation package, including retirement, health care, and a significant tuition reduction for foundation employee children who attend our renowned camps.  This is an on-site position located at the Keewaydin Foundation office in Salisbury, VT. Some weekend and evening work is required.


To learn more about the Keewaydin Foundation, visit our website at  To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Debbie Andrews at  EOE