- Provide academic, personal and financial aid counseling to HEOP students in individual and group formats.
- Consult with the Coordinator of Tutoring, professors, faculty advisors, disability services, counseling center staff, and other University staff and administrators about strategies for student success.
- Review the academic progress of each HEOP participant and devise intervention strategies.
- Monitor student progress by serving as liaison with academic departments and attend departmental meetings.
- Assist in the recruitment process and admissions review of prospective HEOP students.
- Assist in all aspects of planning and implementing the HEOP Pre-freshmen Summer Program including designing and delivering supportive workshops.
- Maintain all records and assist in the preparation of reports as mandated by the State Education Department.
- Perform other duties as assigned by the program Director.
- Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 3 years professional experience
- An understanding of higher education opportunity programs and the needs of educationally and economically disadvantaged students
- The ability to counsel students with various academic, personal, and enrichment needs
- Experience with, or knowledge of, student development programming
- Strong attention to detail
- Knowledge of various computer software applications
- Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills
- Ability to work occasional evenings and weekends in support of programs and activities required
- Experience with academic advising
- Proficiency in a second language
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