Principal Duties and Responsibilities of the Program CoordinatorPrograms:Coordinates the development and implementation of programs that holistically support low-income, first-generation, and undocumented students, with an emphasis on identity exploration, intersectionality, domestic and global contexts, and fostering a sense of belonging. Programs may include: high-profile speaker series, expert-led seminars and workshops, ally trainings, intercultural skill development, mentorship opportunities, affinity spaces for graduate and professional school students, and other opportunities based on campus community feedback, and best practices. Services:Assist in the development and implementation of services that strengthen self-efficacy, resilience, and enhance student satisfaction with their overall experience at the University. Services may include: information and educational sessions, affinity groups, emergency assistance, referrals, and other opportunities based on campus community feedback, and best practices. Workshops/Trainings:Develop curriculum and facilitate developmentally appropriate workshops/trainings on building inclusive communities, identity development, and other topics related to diversity and inclusion. Identify learning outcomes for program participants and develop tools to assess student learning and evaluate the overall effectiveness of specific programs.Communications and Marketing:Coordinates communications and marketing for the office. Responsibilities may include: design of print and digital materials, dissemination of social media content and digital assets, maintenance of the website as directed, creation of original copy, and additional opportunities to raise the visibility of the office and promote engagement.Student Engagement:Serves as a direct resource, advocate, and advisor for students and student groups, and assists with related duties.
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