Summary of Position:
Lead intersegmental teams of high school and college counselors/advisors in the development and implementation of a College Transition Plan (CTP) for the Math-Pipeline Readiness Project (M-PReP). The plan will be implemented, evaluated and revised over a three-year period with underrepresented students from five Los Angeles high schools, and three in Tulare and Kings counties. Most work will occur in Los Angeles county with minimal travel to Tulare Kings.
Key Duties & Responsibilities:
College counseling: curriculum development, implementation, and evaluation.
Lead College Knowledge Professional Development (PD) workshops with High School Counselors, College Advisors, and Community Partners.
Provide data reports bi-annually to each site’s leadership.
Lead activities related to Math Pipeline Readiness Project (M-PReP)
Meet weekly with Principal Investigators (PIs) to review projects.
Meet with organizational partner’s counseling and/or advising departments to present project overview and learn current advising activities.
Communicate with Community of Practice (CoP) contact person and participants from each sector and site.
Lead regional versions of College Transition Plan (CTP): schedule and facilitate all regional CoP meetings, maintain calendar of activities, delivery schedule, and assistance with implementation.
Maintain Regional CTP Google Drive.
Support planning and coordination of field trips for M-PReP Capstone students to higher education partner sites.
Field trip includes M-PReP class held on university campus, presentation of university programs by faculty/deans, presentation of transition process by university advisement, campus tour, and lunch for students.
Support quarterly grant reporting process as requested.
Develop and assess course and program level Student Learning Outcomes to improve student learning.
Serve as a consultant to instructional faculty and counselors on issues related to college access and success.
Utilize technology as it applies to data collection and analysis for student success.
Education & Skill Requirements:
Bachelor’s Degree counseling or an appropriate field from an accredited institution of higher education. Graduate degree preferred; OR
A valid California Community College Credential; OR
PPS Credential; OR
The equivalent education and/or experience
Knowledge of/or ability to develop data tracking methods to monitor and enhance student progress toward achieving goals.
Knowledge and experience interpreting and utilizing articulation agreements and transfer requirements for students.
Experience in developing and presenting workshops and counseling sessions.
Minimum 3-years of experience in college advising.
Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
Dynamic presentation skills for large groups, with the ability to effectively guide youth and/or adults through learning processes.
Proficiency in MS Office Suite