The Dream Success Center at CSU Long Beach provides a wide range of services, resources, and support to undocumented students on-campus. The Center is currently hiring a Coordinator who will work under the direction of the Director to further support the academic trajectories of students impacted by immigration policies. This includes building partnerships and collaborating with faculty, staff, and students at CSULB. The salary hiring range for this position is $4,610 – $4,809 per month.
The key responsibilities for this position include the following:
- “Program Development and Student Success – Assist with coordination of resources for undocumented students and staff, faculty, and administrators with information about the CSULB campus and available services and programs. Coordinate and implement programs and services designed to address the needs of the diverse campus community members and the mission of the Dream Success Center.
- Student Success Coaching – Serve as the Dream.US Scholar Advisor to all scholarship recipients, organizes the scholarship’s administrative process, and works directly with financial aid to ensure their monies are distributed each semester. Coach and advise students on concerns related to interpersonal issues, academic concerns, career interests and identity development.”
For more information, and to apply, please visit their official website: Coordinator at CSU Long Beach’s Dream Success Center
Please note that this job opportunity was first posted by CSU Long Beach. The link to this opportunity may not work after the deadline has passed.
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