Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts is seeking a Director to run their FIRST Resource Center for first generation, low-income, and undocumented students on campus.
“The FIRST Resource Center was founded in September 2018 to create a community of support and to develop a network of resources for Tufts university’s first generation, low-income, and undocumented populations. FIRST welcomes any student who self identifies with the first-generation college student experience. By strengthening the bonds between our community members and bridging the gap between Tufts’ resources and first gen students, FIRST aims to ensure that first gen students are empowered in, and prepared to reach their full social, professional, and academic potentials.”
“Reporting to the Associate Dean of Diversity, Inclusion and Success, the Director of the FIRST Resource Center serves as a campus resource, creates a community of support, and develops a network of resources for first generation, low-income, and undocumented populations. The Director provides support for undergraduate students, as well as graduate students, Alumni, campus partners and parents, and leads a variety of student and academic programs. The Director manages and oversees the FIRST Resource Center in all aspects and is responsible for the strategic planning, administration, and leadership of the center, including establishing its mission and vision.”
For more information about the position and to apply, see their official webpage.
Please note that this job opportunity was first posted by Tufts University. The link to this opportunity may not work after the deadline has passed.
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