The Assistant Director for Academic and Personal Advising coordinates all aspects of supplemental advising services for students in the SSS program, including: academic, graduate school, career, and mental health topics. The Assistant Director carries out duties as a student advisor and advocate, as well as a supervisor of the peer mentoring program and advising component Graduate Assistant. The Assistant Director works closely with the rest of the TRIO team to advise and support the 200+ students enrolled in the SSS program.
The candidate must have a Master’s degree in community, school, or college counseling. Additionally, the candidate must have at least 2 years of direct advising/counseling experience, preferably in education. The candidate should have some experience or be familiar with the unique challenges facing first-generation college students.
Internal Number: 013269
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