CSU Dominguez Hills is currently looking for a strong candidate that understands the issues of undocumented students, the diversity of student experiences, has a background in counseling or student affairs, and other relatable skills to lead their Toro Dreamers Success Center. The TDSC will officially open its doors in November so their hope is to bring the new Coordinator on now so they can play a role in getting it off the ground.
Under the direction of the Associate Vice President of Student Success in the Division of Student Affairs, the Coordinator of the Toro Dreamers Resource Center provides leadership, strategic planning and works collaboratively with the Center’s staff and Advisory Board to create a safe space aimed at supporting the educational access, success, retention, and graduation of Undocumented Students, while leading campus educational programs and services specific to the experience of undocumented student and community issues. In coordination with campus partners, the Coordinator provides academic and personal guidance to undocumented students and manages individual student cases. The Coordinator will also work closely with the broader Student Affairs team, the Undocumented Ally Coalition, and the leadership of the ENF (Espiritu de Nuestro Futuro) student organization, an undocumented student support group.
If you’re interested please email your resume to Paz Maya Oliverez, Ph.D., Associate Vice President, Student Success at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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