Work with us as a College Student
Access Coaches are on the frontlines of educational justice as teachers, role models, and mentors. As a Coach, you will impart vital skills and techniques that high school students from disadvantaged circumstances will use to conquer the SAT and college application process. You may concentrate on the SAT’s math section, verbal sections, or both, and will directly instruct groups of approximately 5 students for at least three hours per week (plus one hour of prep). Becoming a Coach is a great way to “pay it forward” and help students in whose shoes you once walked.
We are currently recruiting for our Summer 2018 Programs.
College Access Site Director
College Access Site Directors recruit and manage Coaches, execute high-quality events, and ensure a meaningful and productive experience for motivated high school students. They manage a small group of Access Coaches that provide direct mentorship, while coordinating lesson plans and logistics, tracking budgets, organizing data and as reporting directly to a Program Manager. As a College Access Site Director, you will gain invaluable leadership experience while helping high school students reach their college aspirations.
We are currently recruiting for our Summer 2018 Programs and select Fall 2018 Programs (Columbia and Hamilton). We will be adding more Fall 2018 Programs to the application in July.
Student Success Coach
Student Success Coaches work on-campus, providing mentorship and support to students in their first two years of college. Responsibilities include connecting students with campus resources, building a positive campus community, and providing responsive student support. This position is ideal for upperclassmen passionate about mentoring younger students through social and career challenges.
A Transition Coach works remotely to provide email, phone, and social media support to approximately 25-30 recent high school graduates as they transition to the beginning of college. Transition Coaches report to a Program Manager and are responsible for reporting and maintaining accurate data. The fully trained position also involves coordinating and, if possible, attending events.