College Advisor
Brown University - Providence, RI

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Position Summary

The National College Advising Corps at Brown University is a full-time AmeriCorps program that seeks to increase the number of low-income high school students who enter college and earn bachelor's degrees, by providing college application and financial aid guidance to those students and their families while fostering a culture of college attendance and higher education in Rhode Island's urban communities. This posting is for multiple full-time College Advisers (preference will be given to recent graduates of Brown University and the University of Rhode Island). Positions are contingent upon AmeriCorps funding. Compensation will include a taxable living allowance, an education award, and health insurance. In order to apply visit and download 2013-14 College Guide Application Information. Submit your cover letter, resume and application through this posting and recommendation forms are to be submitted to & Round 1 applications are due by February 11, 2013, interviews for compelling applicants will be scheduled during the week of February 18, 2013 and hiring decisions will be made prior to the round 2 application deadline. Round 2 applications are due by April 8, 2013, interviews for compelling applicants will be scheduled during the week of April 15, 2013 and hiring decisions will be made in early May. The position will begin with 4-5 weeks of pre-service training, beginning as early as the last full week in July 2013, and the position will run through the end of June 2014.

Job Qualifications

Bachelor's Degree required Ability to speak Spanish, Portuguese, Haitian Creole or a Southeast Asian language a plus Strong interest in providing college access services to youth from low-income families and students who would be first generation college students Experience working with youth and families from diverse backgrounds Proven ability to organize and manage many tasks and projects simultaneously Attention to detail and excellent quantitative and record-keeping skills Flexibility, creativity, independence, accountability and reliability AmeriCorps Eligibility

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A - Administrative / Professional

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