The Achieving College/Career Excellence through Student Success (ACCESS) grant initiative is currently seeking a Site Project Coordinator (SPC). The Site Project Coordinator will be assigned to grant school sites in Baltimore City, Maryland and will assist the Project Directors with the overall coordination of project activities, the evaluation process, data input and writing reports. In addition, the SPC will facilitate the collaborative planning and execution of activities, interventions, and retention/recruitment strategies.
Grant objectives include:
Summer Bridge Programs,
College and Career Readiness Professional Development,
Small Groups and Individual Sessions,
Field Trips to Colleges & STEM enrichment tours, and
If you aspire to work with students and families to increase their college and career attainment, consider applying. Interested individuals should maintain school counseling certification or be enrolled in a school counseling program at the internship level. In addition to the aforementioned, the SPC will:
serve as a liaison between the Project Directors and Baltimore City grant school sites,
build positive relationships with students/families and other school staff for a career and college going culture,
encourage each student to consider a broad range of appropriate college choices and/or career pathways,
provide information regarding college and career preparation, including high school course selection, test taking skills and basic financial planning to help prepare for future education and career opportunities, and
demonstrate enthusiasm for college and career readiness as well as the ACCESS initiatives
Master's degree with focus in one or more of the following areas: Education, Counseling, Psychology, Higher Education Administration or a related field. Three years related experience required.
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