On Track Coordinator
Posted by Uncommon Individual Foundation on June 25, 2019
OnTrack to Post-Secondary Education (OTPSE) is an eLearning college and career readiness curriculum designed to help 9th-12th grade students successfully navigate high school, understand the process and requirements to obtain some type of post-secondary education, and figure out how to pay for their education. The program is delivered through grade specific short videos, covering topics such as: developing strong study skills, putting together a college list, resolving conflict, FAFSA completion, and career research.
The coordinator’s main role will be to assist the Assistant Director of College Readiness with workshops for high school students and their parents. Eventually, the coordinator will lead workshops on topics such as goal-setting, college essay writing, and FAFSA completion. They will also be tasked with filming videos that will be part of the OnTrack curriculum. Additionally, they will help OnTrack’s Director of College Readiness with external partner management.
If interested, please send resume and cover letter to Andrew Zivic, OnTrack’s Director of College Readiness, at email@example.com.
- Bachelor’s degree
- Previous experience in college access
- College access knowledge on topics such as financial aid completion, college application completion, career exploration, and creating a post-secondary list.
- Preferred – Experience leading workshops with students and parents
- Be comfortable speaking in public
- Be comfortable on camera for filming OnTrack modules
- Proficiency with computers and basic MS Office programs
- Ability to travel
- Excellent organization skills including written and oral presentations
- Conduct student/parent workshops in support of OnTrack to PSE’s post-secondary curriculum
- Film videos for the OnTrack 9th-12th grade curriculum
- Help manage OnTrack’s current partners to make sure that they’re using the online program in the best ways possible.
- Support OnTrack’s advancement into new schools and community agencies (this includes presenting and tabling at conferences)
- Understand UIF’s goals and purpose while enhancing the organization’s brand image
- A competitive base salary
- Comprehensive healthcare coverage
- Retirement plan contribution
- Paid vacation/personal time
- Paid annual holidays
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