Be a mentor. Make an impact.

Let’s Get Ready provides free SAT prep, admission counseling, and post-enrollment mentoring to students from low-income backgrounds and first-generation-to-college students to help them get into and graduate from college. Our peer-driven program is administered by volunteer college students, keeping costs low and ensuring outstanding success rates.

Let’s Get Ready envisions a future in which students from all socioeconomic backgrounds have the support they need to attain a college education.

See our volunteer opportunities and paid internships for college students below.

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Paid Internships

Virtual Access Coach

The Virtual Access Coach is a paid, part-time internship for current undergraduate college students (preferred) and graduate college students. Reporting to a Program Manager, Virtual Access Coaches are on the frontlines of educational justice as  educators, role models, and mentors who help students navigate the math, verbal, or both sections of the SAT and are comfortable creating meaningful relationships with high school students all via virtual means. Full training and supervision provided.

This is a paid, semester-long position that can be done virtually.

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Virtual Access Instructor

The Virtual Access Instructor position is a paid, part-time internship for current undergraduate college students (preferred) and graduate college students. Reporting to a Program Manager, Virtual Access Instructors are responsible for effectively teaching SAT content virtually and helping students understand concepts and test-taking strategies. Full training, curriculum, and supervision provided.

This is a paid, semester-long position that can be done virtually.

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Transition Coach

Let’s Get Ready is hiring current college students or recent college graduates (class of 2020) who will serve as coaches to a cohort of students who delayed their postsecondary plans due to COVID-19 and are navigating the college application and decision process.  Reporting to a Program Manager, a Transition Coach works remotely to provide virtual support by text, phone/video calls, and email to support students as they make postsecondary decisions. Full training and supervision provided.

This is a paid, seven- or six-month-long position (February or March through August) that can be done virtually. Please note that we are currently hiring on a rolling basis for this position as we are filling student cohorts over the next couple of months.

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Success Coach

Success Coaches are dynamic and motivated undergraduate students who provide mentoring and support to 1st and 2nd year college students at one of our campus-based programs or virtually. Success Coaches work directly with students and provide 1:1 peer mentoring to a cohort of students by working to increase access to campus resources and build support for students.

This is a paid, year-long position. Some virtual positions are available. We are currently recruiting for our 2020-2021 programs.

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