11th/12th Resource Coordinator
The CAS Student Success Center at Fannie Lou Hamer Freedom High School creates a welcoming atmosphere for students to access a network of support and resources for their college exploration process. Using a comprehensive approach, students receive consistent exposure to higher educational institutions and hands-on coaching support to help them prepare for the college admissions process, and the realities of college life.
Reporting to the FLH Campus Student Success Manager and part of the Student Success Center Team, this part time salaried position is responsible for fostering and tracking student progress towards defined 11th/12th grade outcomes, driving the development of 11th and 12th graders towards college readiness without remediation, and managing the CollegeSet and EXCEL Program requirements for 11th grade.
• Coordinate CollegeSet Program for select 11th graders;
• Playing central role in continued development of campus wide college ready culture including academic support services;
• Facilitating college and career workshops in Advisories;
• Running Life Skills groups with 11th and 12th grade students;
• Design and implement SAT Prep program;
• Facilitate Parent Workshops; family asset building;
• Helping students complete applications for internships, summer programs, college prep opportunities;
• Tracking academic progress and connecting students to academic support and tutoring as needed;
• Compliance with all data tracking and evaluation measures, including counselor notes, monthly reports, and end of year reports as requested;
• Attending grade team meetings;
• Must work occasional evening and weekend hours;
• All duties as assigned by FLH Student Success Coordinator.
• Master’s in Education, Social Work, or other related field preferred
• Experience implementing effective and innovative strategies to support low-income students in graduating from college
• Experience working as a college counselor, school leader, or working with high school students
• Knowledge of US higher educational system, especially New York City and State;
• Counseling experience in urban, multicultural setting;
• Effective interpersonal skills; quick learner, self-motivated;
• Excellent writing, research and computer skills;
• Capacity to work with a team, as well as independently;
• Fluency in Spanish is preferred;
• Demonstrated ability to use data to inform recommendations and decisions.
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Children's Aid Society is an equal opportunity employer