Coordinator: Minority Male Engagement
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The Coordinator for Minority Male Engagement will develop, implement, and assess programming for minority males focused on mentoring and promoting academic success and engagement for students after their first year at UNC-Chapel Hill. The coordinator will train and supervise numerous mentors (advanced undergraduates, graduate and professional students, and faculty staff members). Some evening and weekend work is required. The position is located within the Center for Student Success and Academic Counseling (CSSAC) which is dedicated to promoting academic excellence to assist students in achieving their academic goals while enrolled at Carolina. Its constituent programs (Academic Support Program for Student-Athletes, Learning Center, Student Academic Counseling, Summer Bridge, and Writing Center) provide support for students in developing the skills and strategies needed to achieve academic success. This commitment to student learning supports the university’s mission to teach a diverse community of undergraduate, graduate, and professional students to become the next generation of leaders.
Master’s degree required.
Qualification and Experience:
A minimum of three years of experience developing and or administering programs for underrepresented students in a research-based higher education setting also required. In addition, preference will be given to candidates with: 1. Strong oral and written communication skills. 2. Demonstrated effectiveness working collaboratively with staff and colleagues. 3. A student-centered approach to working in a university environment. 4. Experience with data collection and analysis.
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The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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