College Loops Coordinator

Posted on 6/6/2024

Girls Who Code

Girls Who Code

Supports female students in tech education



Remote in USA

Required Skills
Customer Service
  • 0-2 years of relevant experience
  • Fastidious record-keeping and organization skills
  • Customer service oriented; possesses a helpful, can-do attitude
  • Excellent written communication skills
  • Ability to balance priorities and multiple projects
  • Experience with Salesforce, Slack, Zoom, Zendesk, GroupMe, and Discord preferred; or comfort with and enthusiasm for learning
  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent professional experience
  • Laptop with camera and reliable, strong internet connection
  • Ability to meet with Sr. Project Manager during 9am-5pm ET hours
  • Passion for mission to close the gender gap in technology fields through commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Review and approve new Loop applications 3x/week; flag issues to the Sr. Program Manager, as needed
  • Update the primary list of College Loops 2x/week
  • Review and approve Loops Fund applications 2x/week; organize inbound photo content
  • Provide logistical support with 3 virtual events per semester on Zoom
  • Able to juggle multiple administrative projects at once and proactively communicate confusion, questions, and/or changes to plan
  • Field and answer questions on student-facing platforms; Zendesk, GroupMe, and Discord
  • Support with 1-1 onboarding meetings and recording onboarding tutorials for potential new Loops
  • Support Sr. Program Manager with preparation of monthly newsletter on Campaign Monitor
  • Track and update list of College Loops’ social media accounts
  • Capture key College Loops social media content, seek out student news, and share out in internal College Loops Slack channel
  • Organize, track and fulfill program incentive distribution; maintain detailed up to date records
  • Coordinate with vendors to order new inventory or restock merchandise
  • Monitor and track merchandise redemption codes
  • Troubleshoot and reissue Loops Fund checks, as needed

At Girls Who Code College Loop PSU, the focus on building a supportive and nurturing environment enables students interested in tech to thrive. By facilitating regular weekly meetings, the organization fosters a sense of community and belonging, essential for personal and professional growth in the tech industry. This emphasis on peer support and community engagement makes it an ideal place for students at Penn State to develop their skills and succeed in the tech field.

Company Stage


Total Funding



, Pennsylvania



Growth & Insights

6 month growth


1 year growth


2 year growth