Alumni Leader Coordinator - South Carolina Region
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Founded in 1993, College Summit is a national non-profit organization with a mission to transform the college admissions process and increase the college enrollment rate of low-income students. Today’s college admissions system leaves behind a key portion of America’s talent: low-income, academically mid-tier students. Working in partnership with the critical players in the college-access challenge – students, parents, high schools, and colleges – College Summit enables all these players to accomplish what none can do alone: ensure that the community harnesses the talent of all college-capable students.

General Management Responsibilities

Having been through a College Summit workshop as a Peer Leader, they are uniquely situated to offer advice, guidance, encouragement and reassurance to students throughout their workshop experience.

The Alumni Leader Coordinator is responsible for training and managing a team of Alumni to grow while on their inward journey and successfully participate in outward service. ALC’s are responsible for establishing a strong cohesive Alumni Team that is committed to supporting Peer Leaders achieve the five goals of the workshop and ensure their safety at all times. They are part of the Core Team and serve as bridge between the behind the scenes administrative tasks and daily direct service to students. They will be trained on our technology tool, CSNav, to support computer lab sessions and will provide coaching to their team on how to effectively support students during writing sessions. They will serve as the lead facilitator of the “Tower of Power”, “Activities and Experiences” and the “Alumni-Led” sessions.

The Alumni Leader Coordinator supports the execution of administrative and logistical tasks and attends daily staff meetings where they often serve as a barometer for the Peer Leader experience. The voice and participation of our Alumni is critical to a positive and successful workshop experience largely due to their ability to have an inspiring impact on both the Peer Leaders and workshop staff and volunteers.

Position Responsibilities

Workshop Operations:
Lead Alumni Leader orientations and trainings before and during the workshop

Managing a team of Alumni Leaders to ensure Peer Leaders successfully achieve 5 Goals for the weekend.:

Financial Aid: to gain a solid understanding of financial aid

Personal Statement : create a draft of their personal statement that can be polished once they return to school

College Application : opportunity to create input their personal information into CSNav to ease the completing applications during their senior year

College Coaching Session : Peer Leaders will spent 1 hour with a professional College Coach to help create a college list

Peer Leadership : Provide effective communication and leadership skills, challenging PL’s to act as role models, positively effecting their peers once they return to their schools for senior year.

Facilitate the “Tower of Power” Session

Facilitate the “Activities and Experiences” Session

Coordinate schedules and responsibilities for Alumni Leader Team

Support staff in logistical and administrative tasks

Ensure safe supervision of Peer Leaders

Participate and support Rap Sessions

Serve as role model for Peer Leaders

Provide feedback and complete evaluations for each Alumni Leaders

Desired Qualifications

Resume required

At least a junior in college (2.5 GPA minimum)

Served as an Alumni Leader for at least 2 workshops

Maturity and sound judgment

Passionate about working with youth

Ability to follow through on tasks

Maturity and sound judgment

Support regional team activities during the school year

Supervisory/Management/Mentoring/Tutoring/Coaching experience

Demonstrated leadership ability during past works experiences

Leadership involvement on campus or in their community

To qualify you must be able to participate in a minimum of 3 workshops

Skilled in motivating a team coming from diverse backgrounds and varying levels of experience.

Strong organizational abilities and excellent verbal/written communication skills.

Ably represents College Summit Values of Heart of a great teacher, Mind of an innovator, and Spirit of an inspired student.

Comfortable working with a highly diverse group of people.

A profound connection to College Summit’s mission.

Start Date

Position start is in June; however, there will be required trainings during the months of March through May.

Reporting Structure

The Alumni Leader Coordinator will report directly to the Workshop Director.


Alumni Leader Coordinators stand to make $500 per workshop provided all necessary documentation is submitted in a timely fashion.

Required Skills

Required Experience

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College Summit has been serving students in Colorado since 1996, primarily in the Metro Denver area. In 2001, the College Summit-Colorado...