The TRIO Upward Bound program at the University of Minnesota is seeking a College Access Advisory & Residential Program Coordinator. See below for more details about the position and to apply.
The Student Services unit at the College of Education and Human Development is excited to announce that we are accepting applications for a College Access Advisor & Residential Coordinator to assist in the execution of our long-standing federal grant program — TRIO Upward Bound (TRIO UB).
TRIO Upward Bound is a college preparatory program for low-income and educationally disadvantaged high school students. TRIO UB works with students, parents, schools and communities, on a long-term and intensive basis to help generate both individual and systemic change. Services are designed to help participants build the skills needed to succeed in postsecondary education. TRIO UB currently serves 118 low-income and first-generation students from Minneapolis Public High Schools annually and continuously serving Minneapolis youth since 1966.
TRIO Upward Bound College Access Advisor & Residential Program Coordinator (Requisition #192485)
This position is responsible for academic advising and student caseload management to achieve student development in all facets including academic, personal, social, and cultural. Includes program operation including developing, implementing and managing program initiatives, projects and events. Also includes serving as an instructor in post-secondary education, the Residential Coordinator, and the school and community liaison. This position contributes to the professional growth of students through programs, courses, and events.
To learn more about and/or apply to the TRIO UB College Access Advisor & Residential Coordinator position, click on the link above or go to employment.umn.edu and search Requisition #192485.