Site Coordinator - 22378BR
- 40% - Provide intensive, holistic supports to First-Year Scholars, to include the following: summer bridge advising and programming, biweekly academic-year mentoring/monitoring in areas of academics, learning strategies, career exploration, financial aid/literacy, and social-emotional learning; study groups and cultural/leadership programming; ensure Scholars are connected to and utilize other on-campus and community resources.
- 30% - Collaborate with school districts, agricultural employers, community organizations, and college admissions offices to identify and recruit eligible student applicants for Heartland CAMP admission. Provide regular group presentations and individualized application, admissions and financial aid/literacy supports to all CAMP applicants. Serve on Scholar selection committee.
- 15% - Maintain appropriate documentation and reports related to recruitment activities, direct services provided, and each Scholar’s academic progress. Adhere to deadlines and regulations regarding required program documentation, data collection, and reports.
- 10% - Participate in regular professional development activities, to include weekly staff meetings with Project Director and other partner IHE Site Coordinators, quarterly KU Center for Educational Opportunity Program meetings, and annual HEP/CAMP conferences.
- 5% - Perform other duties and special projects that support meeting project objectives, as assigned by the Heartland CAMP Project Director.
- Bachelor’s degree in education, counseling psychology, social welfare, or related field.
- 3 years of experience working with students from first-generation, low-income, or other historically underrepresented groups.
- Experience with current educational resources, organizations, and agencies relevant to the student population, as evidenced by application materials.
- Demonstrated knowledge of post-secondary processes, including admissions & financial aid, as evidenced by application materials.
- Excellent written and oral communications skills, as evidenced by interview and application materials.
- Master’s degree in education, counseling psychology, social welfare, or related field.
- Secondary or post-secondary counseling/advising experience
- ELL experience
- Experience working with students from temporary, seasonal, or migratory agricultural labor backgrounds.
Additional Candidate Instructions
- Cover Letter
- Names and Contact Information for 3 Professional References
Application review begins 07/01/2022 and will continue until a pool of qualified applicants has been obtained.