Golden West College Transfer Center Intern

SUMMARY OF POSITION
Under the supervision of the Transfer Center Coordinator, provide specialized support to students within the Transfer Center and Career Services offices at Golden West College. Evening and weekend work may be required occasionally. The internship is one academic year in length (Fall and Spring semesters).

REQUIRED EDUCATION:
Completion of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. Current enrollment in a Master’s program in: Counseling, college counseling, rehabilitation counseling, counseling psychology, guidance counseling, educational counseling, social work, or career development OR the equivalent.

IDEAL CANDIDATE:
• Strong student-focused perspective and ability to enthusiastically and effectively assist students in individual and group settings.
• Ability to clearly organize and maintain files and documents in digital and printed formats.
• Knowledge of the transfer process between California Community Colleges and four-year universities.
• Ability to research admissions procedures and policies at four year colleges/universities.
• Ability to communicate and access information through the internet and social media
• Awareness of on-campus support services for students.
• Strong work ethic and ability to prioritize multiple tasks and follow through in a timely manner
• Ability to work with a diverse student population.
• Ability to work closely and collaborate with the Transfer Center Coordinator, and other department faculty and staff.
• Experience with assistance in planning / organizing events
• Excellent listening, strong written and verbal communication skills.
• Proficiency in MS office, and comfort with a variety of computerized programs.
• Participate in cross-training in Career Services and assist with career exploration materials.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
• Answer student’s transfer questions, including assisting with transfer research using online and print resources.
• Assist students with university applications in individual and group settings
• Assist with organization of activities and events, including workshops, transfer fairs, university visits, tours, and other transfer functions.
• Assist with updating transfer resources, such as major guide sheets and GE Certification forms as
needed.
• Assist with tracking and compilation of evaluative data for reporting purposes.
• Schedule student appointments and assist university representatives with student files as
needed.
• Present transfer-based workshops as needed.
• Conduct classroom presentations as needed.
• Provide class orientations to Transfer and Career services as needed.
• Referrals to counseling and other campus services as appropriate.
• Participate in department training and attend required meetings and conferences as requested.
• Other duties as assigned.

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS:
Coursework in student development, community college leadership, career counseling, higher
education, diversity.

Golden West College Transfer and Career Center is pleased to offer internship opportunities to individuals in fulfillment of their educational and degree requirements. Ideal candidates will be available during normal business hours (Monday/Tuesday/Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and Wednesday/ Thursday, 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. with occasional weekend assignments as needed). Interns are asked to commit to one year (Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 semesters), and will be cross-trained in the Transfer Center, Career Center, General Counseling, and Counseling Instruction/Teaching. Opportunities in Spring 2019 for participation in college outreach and promotions representing the Transfer and Career centers, teaching internships, and placement in other specialized programs such as DSP/S may also be included.

Internships are unpaid, however, should opportunities arise for paid experiences, they will be offered to those qualified based on experience, knowledge, and scheduling.

To be considered for the Golden West College Counseling Division/ Transfer Center internship, please complete the attached application and return in a timely manner with the required supporting documents.

Required supporting documents:
• Internship Application
• Cover letter (please discuss learning goals and objectives for internship)
• Resume
• One letter of recommendation from a graduate professor
• Coast Community College District Student Intern Placement Agreement (signed by both the prospective intern AND the faculty member/program director of the participating student’s graduate program) *Available during interview process*

Applications should be returned by Friday April 27, 2018 at 5:00 pm to yportillo@gwc.cccd.edu or via mail to the following address: Golden West College Transfer Center: Student Services Center Building 15744 Golden West Street, Huntington Beach, CA 92647 Candidates should be available Friday, May 11, 2018 for a brief interview on campus. Final placement will be confirmed by June 1. Intern hours begin in the fall with a one-day training on August 8, and full internships begin August 27, 2018.

Any questions should be directed to Yvonne Valenzuela Portillo, Ed.D, Transfer Center Coordinator at yportillo@gwc.cccd.edu

Tentative Training Agenda – 18-19
Golden West College Internship 2018-19.docx
GWC Intern Application 18-19 (1)
Transfer Center Intern Description


 

College of the Canyons Counseling Intern

College of the Canyons
Counseling Department
Internship Announcement
Fall 2018 & Spring 2019

Description: The Counseling Department is offering a year-long internship opportunity for 1 qualified applicant enrolled in a Master’s Degree program in Counseling. The internship begins in Fall 2018 and will run from September 10 through December 7, 2018. It resumes in Spring 2019 from February 18 thru May 17, 2019.
Program Requirements: The intern will be required to complete a maximum of 10 hours weekly in blocks of 3 to 4 hours per day Monday to Thursday. The internship requires attending a weekly 1-hour training (Tuesdays, 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.), 1-hour of supervision, and the remaining hours will include observations/shadowing, attending events/workshops, and co-counseling.

Deadline: April 15, 2018
Interview Dates: TBD May/June

To apply, please submit the following documents:
 Letter of interest
 Resume
 1 letter of recommendation from one of your instructors in the program
 Verification of enrollment (unofficial transcripts) in a Counseling Master’s Program
 Preference will be given to graduate students in their fieldwork or practicum

Send to:
College of the Canyons
Counseling Department
26455 Rockwell Canyon Road
Santa Clarita, CA 91355
Attn: Anh Nguyen, Counseling Faculty

Or, email all documents to:
anh.nguyen@canyons.edu


 

Kid City: Youth Leadership and College Access Program

Dear Prospective Volunteer,

Kid City is a youth leadership and college access program which looks to help our community through services such as tutoring, mentoring, and music lessons. Right now our newest program site is looking for volunteers who are excited to help tutor children from elementary school to high school. The subjects in which a tutor would primarily focus on are math, English, reading and writing. Our volunteer tutors would work with kids on-site at our brand new location located at 1328 James M Wood Blvd in downtown Los Angeles.

At our newest site we have comfortable places to work with students and a computer lab and Wi-Fi. We are looking for volunteers who can commit to 3 to 6 hours a week and begin volunteering with students soon! We are only open on Tuesdays and Thursdays so those are the days we would need volunteers

If you are interested in working with wonderful students in the heart of downtown Los Angeles or would like to know more, please email us at bengarcia@kidcityhopeplace.org. Please attach a resume and or a short cover letter detailing your relevant experience.


GWC Transfer and Career Center Graduate Intern

Golden West College Transfer and Career Center is pleased to offer internship opportunities to individuals in fulfillment of their educational and degree requirements. Ideal candidates will be available during normal business hours (Monday/Tuesday/Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and Wednesday/ Thursday, 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. with occasional weekend assignments as needed). Interns are asked to commit to one year (Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 semesters), and will be cross-trained in the Transfer Center, Career Center, General Counseling, and Counseling Instruction/Teaching. Opportunities in Spring 2019 for participation in college outreach and promotions representing the Transfer and Career centers, teaching internships, and placement in other specialized programs such as DSP/S may also be included.

Internships are unpaid, however, should opportunities arise for paid experiences, they will be offered to those qualified based on experience, knowledge, and scheduling.

To be considered for the Golden West College Counseling Division/ Transfer Center internship, please complete the attached application and return in a timely manner with the required supporting documents.

Required supporting documents:
• Internship Application
• Cover letter (please discuss learning goals and objectives for internship)
• Resume
• One letter of recommendation from a graduate professor
• Coast Community College District Student Intern Placement Agreement (signed by both the prospective intern AND the faculty member/program director of the participating student’s graduate program) *Available during interview process*

Applications should be returned by Friday April 27, 2018 at 5:00 pm to yportillo@gwc.cccd.edu or via mail to the following address: Golden West College Transfer Center: Student Services Center Building 15744 Golden West Street, Huntington Beach, CA 92647 Candidates should be available Friday, May 11, 2018 for a brief interview on campus. Final placement will be confirmed by June 1. Intern hours begin in the fall with a one-day training on August 8, and full internships begin August 27, 2018.

Any questions should be directed to Yvonne Valenzuela Portillo, Ed.D, Transfer Center Coordinator at yportillo@gwc.cccd.edu .

GWC Intern Application 18-19
Transfer Center Intern Description


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USC Dornsife Graduate Internship

USC Dornsife is looking to have 1-2 EC/PASA students join their office for fieldwork. Please see the pdf below for more information.The Dornsife Advising Office provides academic advising for undergraduate students pursuing a liberal arts major (natural sciences/social sciences/humanities) as well as graduate studies (PreLaw and Pre-Graduate). This summer we are looking for 1-2 PASA or EC students interested in academic advising, who are well organized, and have a penchant for creativity. Qualifying applicants can expect to have the following
experiences:

  • Hands-on advising through new-student orientation
  • In-depth mentoring and training by staff
  • The opportunity to contribute to and participate in fall planning
  • Special projects as assigned
  • Internship date range: May 28th to August 10th **

Candidates should forward their resume and cover letter to Luis Ramirez (lframire@usc.edu) no later than Friday, April 6th. Please write ‘Summer 2018 fieldwork internship application’ on the email subject line.

** Date range can be adjusted. Students looking to complete 1-2 or more units of fieldwork are preferred.

Additional information about our office can be found at: Dornsife.usc.edu/advisement


 

WeThrive Mentorship Opportunity

Mentorship Opp

WeThrive is looking for college students who are hungry for a change-making role in their local community. WeThrive Mentors walk middle school students through the creation of business ventures where they sell products and services and, most importantly, learn valuable life skills such as public speaking, habit adoption, creating a vision, and goal setting strategies.

The time commitment is 90 minutes/week and mentors are trained before entering the classroom and provided with ongoing support to ensure success.

This is a great opportunity for anyone looking for a hands-on role that impacts the local community while gaining a unique entrepreneurial and leadership training experience.

All majors are welcomed. No business experience required.

Anyone interested can fill out this form or schedule a time to speak with the program manager via this link:

https://calendly.com/teamwethrive/mentors/

For more information visit teamwethrive.org.


 

USC Volunteer Center

Position 1: Student Reflection Development and Assessment
1) This is great for students who want experience evaluating students through reflections, and getting experience in assessment.

Position 2: Event Coordination & Development
2) Our end-of-year Service Awards Banquet is an event in April celebrating student volunteerism and leadership throughout the year in Campus Activities Volunteer & Leadership programs. This is great for students who want leadership experience in event planning – this position has the flexibility to allow students to use other skills and talents if they have them, such as video editing, design, and photography (optional).

 

Please apply by Monday JAN 29th @ noon by sending your resume and a short cover letter (with why you would be best for the position(s)) to serveon@usc.edu in order to be considered. We will review applicants as soon as they apply.

 


 

CSUDH Office of Student Life

January 11, 2018

The Office of Student Life at CSU, Dominguez Hills is looking to hire an additional graduate student for the spring semester 2018.

  • The Graduate Assistant, under direct supervision of the Assistant Dean of Students, will work specifically with the areas of Clubs and Organizations, Greek Life, and Passport to Leadership as well as other program areas as assigned.
  • This appointment is for mid-January through mid-June.

The Office of Student Life at CSUDH is responsible for developing and coordinating co-curricular programs which include: Student Organizations, Fraternities and Sororities, Leadership Development Programs, and campus wide programs. The Office of Student Life is led by a fulltime Director / Assistant Dean of Students, 2 Leadership and Student Engagement Coordinators, an Assistant Coordinator, and Student Assistants. The staff works in collaboration with the Loker Student Union staff, the Multicultural Affairs Staff, various campus departments, Associated Students, and the Division of Student Affairs.

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES:
The Graduate Assistant, under direct supervision of the Assistant Dean of Students, will work specifically with the areas of Clubs and Organizations, Greek Life, and Passport to Leadership as well as other program areas as assigned. This appointment is for mid-January through mid-June. The Graduate Assistant may have the opportunity to develop the following skills: supervisory skills, interpersonal skills, communication skills, public speaking skills, time management skills, organizational skills, event planning skills, creative problem solving skills, conflict resolution skills, meeting management skills, and delegation skills.
Due to the multi-faceted programming of Student Life, graduate assistants will be given many experiences in order to create a well-rounded learning environment. Many aspects of Student Life, including club and organization development, campus programming, multiculturalism, civic engagement, service learning, assessment, leadership development and training, and budget management will be incorporated throughout the one-year program. The graduate assistant will gain experience within Office of Student Life departments and programs in the following areas:
 Clubs and Organizations
o Perform generalist activities related to the management of the 120+ student organization including training and support for organization leaders though individual meetings and workshops.
o Create and distribute the OSL monthly newsletter.
 Passport to Leadership
o Support and lead efforts with leadership planning of events and workshops related to Passport to Leadership.
o Develop and maintain relationships with a variety of community partners.
 Greek Life
o Works cooperatively with the Leadership and Student Engagement Coordinator and student leaders within the United Greek Council in the coordination of initiatives, programs, and events for the continual development of a Greek community which encourages interaction among all Greeks and emphasizes the common Greek experience at CSUDH.
o Work with chapters to administer the Standards of Excellence Program including calendar development and event planning.
Campus Programs
o Assist with promoting and implementing Welcome Week activities and Homecoming initiatives.
o Assist with the development and logistics of the Lead retreat.
The Toro Link Experience
o Assist OSL staff and students in marketing and facilitating the online “Toro Link” software solution system to students, faculty, and staff.
o Create and distribute the OSL monthly newsletter of campus activities and information.

General Duties:
 Support and collaborate with the Division of Student Affairs staff and relevant student organizations in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of a broad variety of leadership-based programs.
 Participate as an active member of the Student Life staff; attend meetings, retreats, trainings, and provide support to major department-wide programs.
 Programming Support: Assist and support the supervisor with program planning and implementation. Attendance at these events may be a part of the job.
 Support and lead leadership planning of events and workshops related to Passport to Leadership.
 Meet regularly with supervisor to provide updates, monitor performance, and seek guidance.
 Research Support: Conduct research on various leadership models and related topics to educate and improve program quality.
 Assessment Data Entry: Create surveys, implement, and process data into usable reports.
 Perform other duties as assigned by direct supervisor.

Knowledge and Skills:
 Ability to develop campus based programs that address leadership development.
 Comfortable working with a wide range of diverse student populations.
 Ability to advocate for students concerns.
 Administrative and technology skills.
 Ability to perform detail-oriented projects.
 Ability to apply student development theories to practice.
 Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills.
 Ability to maintain professionalism and determine appropriate application of policies or guidelines.

Preferred Qualifications:
 General knowledge of the principles of leadership.
 Ability to use initiative and resourcefulness in planning events and student involvement.
 Ability to advise students individually and in groups on routine matters where required.
 Ability to work in a fast paced environment with interruptions.
 Ability to work independently and at times with minimal supervision.
 Ability to comply with all CSU, Dominguez Hills confidentiality policies.

Note: Exceptions to the stated minimum eligibility qualifications may be granted at the sole discretion of the University.
Submit Resume and Cover Letter to:

Troy R. Bartels
Leadership and Student Engagement Coordinator
1000 E. Victoria St.
Carson, CA 90747
(310)243-2081
tbartels@csudh.edu


 

USC Bovard Scholars Summer Teaching Assistant (TA) 

December 13, 2017

USC Bovard Scholars program aims to help high-achieving high school students with financial need gain admission to and succeed at the nation’s top universities. Scholars will receive admission and financial aid guidance, personalized career exploration opportunities, comprehensive test preparation, and leadership development. Many of our students will be the first in their families to attend college. The program includes an intensive, three-week residential experience during the summer (July 15-August 4, 2018) on USC’s campus at no cost to the students.

The program is seeking motivated and driven leaders to serve as teaching assistants. Candidates should have experience supporting diverse and economically disadvantaged students within an academic environment. The ideal candidates will have experience working with high school students, strong writing and public speaking skills, a capacity for engaging students in the classroom, and a passion for expanding student access and academic opportunity. This position is ideal for USC Rossier students and will allow direct application of classroom learning and theoretical knowledge to practice.

The Bovard Scholars teaching assistants (8) will each be responsible for supporting the delivery of the program curriculum to a group of 10-12 students during the three-week summer session. Each teaching assistant will be paired with a lead instructor and the pair will work together to determine how to manage their time with students. TAs will
have the opportunity to lead class sessions on topics with which they are comfortable. Additionally, they will work individually with each student to help identify best-fit colleges, review college application essays, discuss career interests, teach college knowledge, and provide support and encouragement throughout the college application
process. TAs will also assist with program coordination and administrative tasks, as assigned. TAs will begin a week prior to the program start date for training. This is our second year, so our TAs will strongly influence the foundation of our program and provide a lasting legacy for future cohorts of Bovard Scholars.

Required Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree
• Comfortable teaching and advising students on academic and career pathways
• Superior writing and communication skills
• Ability to understand the unique social-emotional needs of individual students
• Demonstrated cultural awareness and competency
• Ability to adjust to changing priorities and perform well under pressure
• Demonstrated organization skills, attention to detail and ability to work both independently and as part of a team

Preferred Qualifications:
• Knowledge of colleges, their academic programs, admission policies, and financial aid policies and procedures
• College counseling or English teaching experience at a high school or nonprofit organization
• Prior experience working at an admissions office of a college or university

Time Commitment:
On Campus: 4 weeks, 40 hours per week, in-person, July 9 – August 4, 2018.

Compensation:
$15 per hour, 40 hours per week for 4 weeks in the summer. Typically, 8:30am-5:00pm with possible evening or weekend hours to attend events and field trips, if interested.

Eligibility:
Both incoming and current Rossier students are encouraged to apply.
To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to: Bovardscholars@usc.edu


Fieldwork/Internship Opportunity: College Access Day Assessment & Research

About the Center for Education, Identity and Social Justice

The Center for Education, Identity and Social Justice was founded by Professors Shafiqa Ahmadi and Darnell Cole on February 1, 2017. The mission of the Center for Education, Identity and Social Justice is to facilitate productive and meaningful interactions among students, educators and community members. In particular, we examine how multiple identities such as religion, ethnicity, race, gender, sexual orientation and disability intersect to foster shared values and democratic ideals.

College Access Day Assessment & Research Intern

The Center for Education, Identity and Social Justice is looking for a highly motivated Rossier School of Education master’s student for the College Access Day Assessment & Research Intern position for the spring 2018 semester. The intern will participate in survey design, data collection and analysis, and report creation for one of the Center’s affiliated events, College Access Day. College Access Day is taking place on Friday, February 9, 2018 at USC.

Requirements
The student must commit at least 70 hours (equivalent to 1 unit of Fieldwork) during spring 2018 semester. The internship is unpaid. The student may be registered in the 1 unit Fieldwork course, but it is not a requirement to participate in the internship.
● Must be available to attend all Center meetings listed below
● Must be a self-starter and independent worker with an eagerness to learn and problem solve
● One year experience in assessment or data collection and analysis preferred
● Experience using Qualtrics preferred
● Develop program assessment surveys by end of January 2018
● Create high-quality reports on research findings
● Write literature reviews on pertaining topics
● Assist in grant-writing
● Keep organized, detailed records of project and project management
● Monitor, communicate, and provide follow-up for project
● Effective oral, written and interpersonal communication skills

Mandatory Meetings
● Attend preliminary meeting with Center staff in December 2017
● Attend planning and development meetings with College Access Day committee
● Attend College Access Day on February 9, 2018
Process for Submitting an Application
Please submit application documents to socialjustice@usc.edu by December 1, 2017 at 5:00pm PST. A complete application consists of a 1) resume, 2) cover letter, and 3) academic writing sample. Only complete applications will be considered.

Interview
Applicants who are selected for in-person interviews for the position will be asked to interview on Wednesday, December 6 or Thursday, December 7, 2017. Alternate dates will not be possible.

Key Dates
● Application Filing Period: November 8 – December 1, 2017 at 5:00pm PST
● In-Person Interviews: Wednesday, December 6, 2017 or Thursday, December 7, 2017.
● Preliminary Meeting with Center: December 2017
● College Access Day: February 9, 2018

Questions? Contact Alex Atashi and Bo Lee, socialjustice@usc.edu
Project Specialists, Center for Education, Identity and Social Justice



Graduate Fieldwork Opportunity at UCI

The Division of Continuing Education (DCE) offers education for over 30,000 learners in Orange County and around the world.  DCE has a variety of certificate and specialized studies programs for a variety of student populations, designed to enhance their career advancement and personal enrichment.  Graduate students who complete their fieldwork at DCE have opportunities to work with:

  • The Anteater Leadership Academy (ALA) – This program works to increase leadership of a select group of UCI freshmen. Students explore their own leadership journey through investigating leadership methodologies and learning from practitioners through a wide range of engaging and experiential activities.
  • DCE alumni population – DCE alumni continue to want to engage with the University and its constituents in order to further their professional development and enhance their networks through chapter events and initiatives.
  • The Roadtrip Nation initiative – Roadtrip Nation aims to talk with professionals of every kind and ask honest questions about their struggles, successes, and how they figured out the age-old dilemma, “What should I do with my life?” DCE has started a partnership with Roadtrip Nation in hopes of bringing it to UC Irvine.
  • Career services – Services such as the UCI+One program support individuals in their professional development and career goals. DCE provides solutions to meet the needs of every individual, including those who are current or past DCE learners.
  • Test preparation services – DCE offers test preparation services for the SAT, ACT, GRE, LSAT, and GMAT. Services include test preparation classes, offered both online and on the UCI campus, and strategy workshops, which introduce students to the exam and provide valuable tips and tricks for studying.

In this fieldwork placement, graduate students will:

  • Learn about the functions and operations of the Division of Continuing Education (DCE) as it addresses needs within the University and greater community
  • Increase understanding about the transitional issues experienced by undergraduates, alumni, and/or career professionals
  • Experience and assess programmatic elements of their associated program, service, or initiative
  • Develop additional skills and competencies in program development
  • Conduct informational interviews to increase their understanding of operations in DCE and UCI

Fieldwork students may:

  • Develop programmatic materials including supplemental resources for skill development, online course materials, etc.
  • Plan and implement panel presentations, outreach activities, or special events
  • Draft and evaluate content for marketing materials including print (ex. Fliers, advertisements, mailers), and electronic media (ex. Website, social media, email campaigns)
  • Participate in campus and community-based outreach efforts involving current students, parents, and internal/external stakeholders
  • Conduct research into comparable programs in academia and industry, skill and knowledge gaps of recent graduates, effectiveness of programmatic tools, etc.

Fieldwork students will develop skills in the following areas:

  • Organization
  • Assessment
  • Project management
  • Communication
  • Research
  • Advising
  • Alumni relations
  • External relations
  • Marketing/outreach

In addition to increasing knowledge and skills through completing tasks and achieving learning outcomes, graduation students will:

  • Discuss current issues in higher education and prepare career plans through weekly supervisory meetings
  • Discover how to transfer professional skills and experiences to different sectors within Student Affairs and Academic Affairs
  • Expand their professional network through mentor-facilitated introductions with colleagues within UCI and at higher education institutions throughout southern California

Contact

Leigh Poirier, M.Ed.

Director, UCI+One Program

University of California, Irvine

Division of Continuing Education

510 East Peltason, Irvine, CA 92697

(949) 824-3983  Office

Lpoirier@uci.edu

http://ce.uci.edu/uci-plus-one/


 

California Community College Counselor (4C) Internship Program
September 12, 2017

Position: 4C Intern

Description: The California Community College Counseling Internship (4C) was created and developed by the Counseling Department at Santa Monica College.  It is designed to assist individuals who are new to the counseling field as they transition out of their classroom setting and into the professional environment of academic counseling.  Since its inception, the Counseling Department has provided groups of interns with the opportunity to engage in an intensive training program with the intention of providing new professionals with the exposure, information and skills necessary to successfully assist community college students.  This is in accordance with the Vision, Mission and Goals of Santa Monica College and specifically addresses “the critical importance of each individual’s contribution to the achievement of the mission.”​​

Overview

  • ​The California Community College Counselor (4C) Internship Program is unpaid and focuses on academic counseling at the community college level.
  • The Internship Program will consist of eight weekly training meetings, a rotation through various counseling areas, observation of counseling sessions, and a mentor component.
  • The selection process is competitive and a limited number of spaces are available.
  • Participation in the 4C Internship Program is NOT a guarantee of future employment at SMC.

Education Requirements

  • 4C interns must have a Master’s degree in Counseling, Rehabilitation Counseling, Clinical Psychology, Counseling Psychology, Guidance Counseling, Educational Counseling, Social Work (MSW) or Career Development, Marriage and Family Therapy, or Marriage, Family and Child Counseling, OR the equivalent. 
  • Note: A license as a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) is an alternative qualification for this discipline, pursuant to title 5, section 53410.1.
  • Applicants must have proof of degree completion.
  • Or: Applicants completing any of the above Master’s degree programs by August, 2018 must show proof of potential degree completion as part of the application

Training Program

This program requires enrollment into a 1-unit (P/NP) Counseling Internship course and selected interns will be responsible for enrollment costs of approximately $100. (Parking will be available for an additional fee.) Enrollment instructions will be given upon admission to the 4C Internship. Requirements for the 1-unit Counseling Internship course are listed below.

  • ​​​​4C Interns must attend all eight 2-hour mandatory training classes:

    • Trainin​​gs are on Thursdays  from 2p – 4p beginning March 1​​ through April 26, 2018.
    • Alternate dates will not be possible.
    • ​Trainings will not take place during Spring Break:  Thursday, April 12, 2018.​​​​
  • ​​​4C Interns must attend a minimum of 4 hours of arranged activities including mentor meetings and rotation observations each week.
    • These are arranged by the interns according to individual schedules.
    • These activity hours must be distributed over at least two days during each week of the internship.  At least 2 of these additional hours must be daytime hours.
    • Log reports tallying the additional activity hours​​ will be due on Thursday, April 26, 2018.​​​​​
  • 4C Interns must complete a minimum of six hours per week. 

If you are curr​ently employed at Santa Monica College please check with the Office of Human Resources prior to submitting an application for potential employment restrictions.​​​

 

Process for Submitting an Application

A complete application will consist of:

  • ​A cover letter stating why you wish to participate in the 4C program​
  • Resume
  • One to three letters of recommendation (submitted by applicant or recommender)
  • Unofficial transcripts
  • If Master’s degree is not yet completed, a verification that you are on track to complete your degree by August 2018 must accompany the application.

Please submit all application documents via email to 4Capp@smc.edu beginning October 1, 2017. Understand that there ​will be no responses to submissions made to this email address prior to October 1, 2017. Questions may be directed to Teresa Garcia (310) 434-4106 or garcia_teresa@smc.edu.

Interview
Applicants who are selected for interviews for the 4C training program will be asked to interview on Wednesday, December 6 or Thursday, December 7, 2017. Alternate dates will not be possible.

DEADLINES

  • Application Filing Period:  October 1 – 31, 2017. 
  • Applications will NOT be accepted prior to October 1. 
  • Interviews:  Wednesday, December 6  or Thursday, December 7, 2017.
  • Training Program:  Thursday, March 1 – Thursday, April 26, 2018 
  • Mandatory Training Classes:  Thursdays, 2-4 p.m., March 1 to April 26, 2018  (There will be NO meeting on April 12.)

No training program during the week of SMC Spring Break:  Monday, April 9 – Friday, April 13, 2018

*For more information please visit this link


 

FIELDWORK OPPORTUNITY: Katz Family Academic Skills Program
PROGRAM FOR LEARNING AND SUCCESS
August 21, 2017

The Katz Family Academic Skills Program for Learning and Success is seeking field work/ work study interns who can commit to a two semester, 8-10 hour per week for a fieldwork internship beginning:
August, 2017 and ending May, 2018.

This is an excellent opportunity for 1-1 educational advising experience with undergraduate students seeking services for learning differences, ADHD, learning disabilities and students on or at risk for academic probation.

Successful candidates will:
• Gain skills in providing enhanced academic support to undergraduate students at LMU
• Utilize a strength-based focus and multidisciplinary approach for understanding individual learning differences
• Gain interpersonal psychoeducational counseling skills in one-on-one meetings
• Increase personal knowledge in the realm of learning disorders, dyslexia, ADHD, and other learning differences

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION
Academic Coaches will be providing support services for LMU undergraduate students who have been referred to the Center from a variety of referrals such as:
• Disability Services and Programs
• LMU Student Psychological Services
• Academic Resource Center
• LMU campus community in general

Each Academic Coach
• Carries a case-load each semester (7-10 students)
• Has the opportunity to conduct intakes with senior staff supervision
• Receives one hour of individual supervision with a Learning specialist
• Opportunity to facilitate learning strategy groups
• Receives 2 hours of professional development each week

The following are regular weekly activities required for participation in the Practicum Training Program:
• Attendance at All Supervision meetings as individually scheduled.
• Attendance at All Professional Development Seminars Monday mornings 10:30 am- 12:30pm.

APPLICATION PROCESS
Please submit the following application materials:
• Cover Letter
• Resume
• Academic Program

Please email these materials as soon as possible.
Application materials can be emailed to:
Natalie Aguilar, M.Ed., Learning Specialist
Katz Family Academic Skills Program
Natalie.Aguilar@lmu.edu
RE: Katz Learning Center

ELIGIBILITY
 Enrollment in a Master’s program: i.e., School of Education, Master’s in Counseling, Guidance Counseling, Higher Education
 Interest in knowledge of the fundamentals of counseling, college student development, or learning and individual differences.


Mount Saint Mary’s University Alumnae Relations
& Volunteer Engagement Intern
August 11, 2017

Title
Mount Saint Mary’s University Alumnae Relations & Volunteer Engagement Intern

Units
Seeking 2 or 3 units

Job Description

The Alumnae Relations Intern helps implements a strategic alumnae relations program that increases engagement in the University. As a key team member in the Alumnae Relations office and reporting to the Director of Alumnae Relations, the intern will help spearhead a social media strategy, help launch the MSMU Regional Network program, and assist in planning for the MSMU signature fall events including the Women’s Leadership Conference, Homecoming and Reunions, and the MSMU Alumnae Day of Service.

Responsibilities
Primary responsibilities include:

  • Assist in the planning and implementation of Homecoming, Alumnae Day of Service, Reunions, and other campus activities
  • Assist in management of Mount Alums social media, assisting with the strategic direction, planning, and implementation of social media activities to support Alumnae Relations objectives
  • Provides content and updates information for the alum section of the University’s website.
  • Assist with writing, editing and proofreading website pages and event materials
  • Assist in development of support and training materials/programs for key volunteers

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree.
  • Knowledge and understanding of social media platforms
  • Ability to assess social media activities and performance, identify strategic opportunities, and develop effective programs to advance departmental and institutional objectives.
  • Demonstrate initiative and creativity by generating new ideas.
  • Excellent skills in taking initiative in developing strong, relevant social media content.
  • Strong writing and editing skills and high attention to detail.
  • Team player. Able to thrive in a highly collaborative environment.
  • Results oriented, enthusiastic and creative with a can do positive attitude.

Please submit resume to Kate Fergusson, Director of Alumnae Relations at kfergussson@msmu.edu. Questions? Please call 213-477-2512.


UCLA Undergraduate Interdepartmental Program for Neuroscience
August 4, 2017

Position: Graduate Student Intern

Description: The Undergraduate Interdepartmental Program for Neuroscience serves over 750 undergraduate students in the major and minor combined. The Neuroscience Graduate Student Intern supports the Undergraduate Counselor through advising, managing departmental projects, social media development, marketing, assessment, and community outreach.

Responsibilities

  • Assist with advising students on a range of issues, including course planning, time management, problem solving, major/minor declaration, research, and career planning
  • Maintain the UCLA Undergraduate Neuroscience IDP Facebook page and compile information and announcements for weekly listserv communication
  • Collaboratively plan and implement a workshop series that address topics of interest to undergraduate Neuroscience students (examples include finding a research position, departmental honors program, graduate school preparation, and career exploration)
  • Make connections and collaborate with various campus departments, such as the UCLA Career Center, Partnership UCLA, and the Undergraduate Research Center, to provide resources for students and help with departmental workshops
  • Meet with the leadership of the student groups in the department (Neuroscience Undergraduate Society and Interaxon) to provide advising and assistance through problem solving, critical thinking, and event planning and promotion
  • Support office in preparing for and carrying out major campus events, including Bruin Day, Neuroscience Poster Day, and Commencement
  • Perform administrative tasks as needed, including compiling contact information for students and faculty, processing research application forms, developing assessment tools (i.e. surveys), and creating marketing materials for events

Minimum Requirements

  • Experience in counseling/advising, event/program management, and/or student affairs
  • Enthusiastic attitude with a willingness to learn and desire to create new programs/resources to best serve students
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills including the ability to communicate clearly and effectively both in written and oral communication
  • Detail oriented with attention to organization and adhering to deadlines
  • Ability to work independently on projects and tasks
  • Ability to work with a variety of students, staff, and faculty from diverse backgrounds

Additional Information

1-2 Unit Field Work Preferred

Start Date: Preliminary training in late August/September.

Please submit resume and cover letter to Undergraduate Counselor and Program Coordinator, Megan Lebre at mlebre@mednet.ucla.edu

Megan Lebre, M.Ed.
Undergraduate Interdepartmental Program for Neuroscience
1506D Gonda Center
695 Charles Young Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1761
Phone: (310) 206-2349
Email: mlebre@mednet.ucla.edu


USC MS, Business Analytics Program – Graduate Student Intern Opportunity
August 4, 2017

The USC MS, Business Analytics program seeks a master’s level student for the 2017-2018 academic year to assist with the USC MS, Business Analytics program.  This person will support admissions and student-services tasks throughout the program’s yearly cycle and will have a chance to learn in-depth the operation of a graduate degree at USC. Other tasks and responsibilities may be assigned as needed.

 Desired Qualifications for this position:

  • Outstanding attention to detail.
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills, including written and verbal communication.
  • Ability to prioritize, multi-task, and follow through with integrity.
  • Enthusiasm for working with multiple stakeholders (e.g. prospective students, faculty, current students, administration, and other departments) simultaneously.
  • Willing to learn different computer systems and programs, and strong data entry skills.
  • Experience with setting and meeting self-imposed deadlines.

Hours per week: 20
Compensation: $15/hour
Dates of employment: August 2017 to mid-May 2018

Contact: Please send resume and cover letter to Hilary Primack, Associate Director, Master of Science in Business Analytics
primack@marshall.usc.edu
https://goo.gl/DDZHou

 


GA AD (2)

The Health Professions Advising Office at California State University, Long Beach is pleased to announce our Second Annual Health Professions Fair on April 11, 2018.
The Health Professions Fair will be held from 10:00 AM– 2:00 PM on Speakers Platform. This event is highly publicized within our region and pulls in over 400 student attendees each year from CSULB and many surrounding undergraduate institutions. We hope that you will join us this year to share your schools and programs with our students. Our registration page is open and registration for schools is free (with lunch included for representatives!)

If you have additional questions or exciting news/new programs that you would like to highlight at the fair, don’t hesitate to get in touch at Lena.Njoku@csulb.edu or 562.985.8061.


Viterbi Admission & Student Affairs – Admission Graduate Associate

August 1, 2017

We are looking for a highly motivated graduate student to serve as a Graduate Associate for the Undergraduate Admission Office in the Viterbi School of Engineering to help us recruit the next class of engineering students.

Graduate Associates will support the Viterbi School’s Undergraduate Admission staff while learning about the college admission process and communicating with prospective students and families.

Applicants in one of the following graduate (M.S., PhD) programs preferred:
– Engineering Management
– Communications Management
– Public Relations
– Masters of Public Administration
– Masters of Business Administration
– Masters of Education in Postsecondary Administration and Student Affairs

The Graduate Associate role includes, but is not limited to:
– Support the strategic marketing and communication plan for the purpose of undergraduate admission, recruitment and enrollment of the Viterbi undergraduate students.
– Help assist a direct mailing campaign, targeted emails, and communication to prospective and admitted students
– Contribute to new media, facebook, blogs, and management of our website.
– Answer admission questions about USC and the Viterbi School
– Help manage events on campus
– Contribute to our ongoing efforts, but also evaluate performance and suggest and create new opportunities to communicate with undergraduate applicants.

This position will primarily work in the Admission & Student Affairs office, RTH 110.

Desired Start Date: August 21st or sooner if possible
Hours: 2-3 units (10-15 hours per week)

Interested applicants should email their resumes to Rebecca Beiter, contact below:

Rebecca Beiter
Rebecca.beiter@usc.edu
Senior Assistant Director, Undergraduate Admission
Admission & Student Affairs

USC Viterbi School of Engineering
University of Southern California
Ronald Tutor Hall 110
Los Angeles, CA 90089-2900
Tel: 213.740.4530
@BeckyBeiterUSC


Viterbi Student Engagement & Career Connections Graduate Intern

August 1, 2017


Fieldwork Internship- Engagement– Fall 2017
The USC Viterbi School of Engineering Admission & Student Affairs Division is seeking a Graduate Intern in Student Engagement & Career Connections (SECC).  The SECC Graduate internship is an unpaid 5-15 hour a week position (depending on units registered). The ideal candidate will have experience planning programs/events, working with student organizations and/or student leadership.

To learn more about the programs and services offered by Viterbi Admission & Student Affairs visit: viterbiundergrad.usc.edu


Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assist in developing pilot leadership program for Viterbi undergraduate students
  • Assist in facilitating workshops for Viterbi student leaders
  • Support SECC professional staff in Viterbi student organization affiliation process
  • Develop resources for Viterbi student organizations
  • Coordinate with USC Volunteer Center about opportunities to collaborate in Viterbi-wide service days for undergraduate population
  • Keep organized, detailed records of all programs
  • If available, volunteer to assist at other SECC department-wide events and programs such as Career Fair, Career Expo, etc.


Meetings:

  • Attend Graduate Intern training day – TBD
  • Attend weekly or biweekly meetings with supervisor
  • Set additional meetings with supervisor as you deem necessary* All important dates will be provided in advance


Preferred Start Date:

  • Fall: August 21
  • Spring: January 4

 

Questions/Applications:
For additional information or to express interest in this opportunity please email your resume, the number of fieldwork hours you are pursuing, and the semester you are registering for fieldwork to the contact below:

Christina Mireles Martin
Associate Director, Viterbi Student Engagement & Career Connections
mirelesc@usc.edu or (213) 740-3562

 


APPLICANTS ARE BEING SOUGHT FOR ACADEMIC
YEAR 2017-18 FOR THE UCLA CAREER CENTER CAREER COUNSELING GRADUATE STUDENT INTERNSHIP PROGRAM.

July 20, 2017

TRAINING PROGRAM
Career Counseling Interns are trained to fill the roles of professional career counselors operating in a full-service university career center. Interns participate in a 14 to 20 hours/week unpaid training program for three academic quarters mid-September 2017 through mid-June 2018 (negotiable end date). Supervision of counselor development is facilitated by professional career counselors. Interns are trained in the delivery of individual, small group career counseling and assessment services (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Strong Interest Inventory, Skill Scan). Interns are trained to deliver services in accordance with the ethical and professional standards established by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) and the American Counseling Association (ACA). Interns gain invaluable experience in the development and delivery of career information, graduate and professional school application advising, and full time job and internship search workshops. Interns will become familiar with print and electronic career resources.

UCLA CAREER CENTER
The UCLA Career Center is a state-of-the-art full-service Career Center. We serve UCLA’s diverse population of undergraduate through doctoral level students. UCLA attracts employers who wish to hire students from its diverse population of domestic, immigrant, and international students. We are closely affiliated with the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).

ELIGIBILITY
Applicants in counseling, career counseling, or a closely related field. Previous coursework and experience in career counseling, counseling theories, college student development, multicultural/diversity counseling, and ethics are preferred. Graduate student applicants who expect to complete their program in Spring 2018 or 2019 and who have a strong interest in working with college students are encouraged to apply. All qualified applicants will be considered. Consideration will be afforded to all candidates without regard to race, religion, color, gender, sexual orientation, disability, national origin, or age.

SKILLS DESIRED
Excellent counseling skills and experience working with college students are highly desired including the ability to work with a diverse clientele of college students. Effective oral, written, interpersonal communication skills, and knowledge of career counseling theories and techniques are desired. Should present a professional appearance and be able to model professionalism to college students. Ability and desire to work in a fast-paced student services environment are a plus.

TO APPLY
Please send your resume, cover letter, and the contact information for two references electronically to Precious Robinson, Counseling Manager, Social Sciences and Pre- Law, probinson@career.ucla.edu, 310.206.1932, by or before Friday, July 28, 2017. Submissions before the priority deadline are encouraged; applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis before and after the deadline. We invite you to visit our website at career.ucla.edu for more information about the Career Center’s programs and services.


PhD Programs in Biomedical and Biological Sciences (PIBBS)
Office of Graduate Affairs, Research Administration, HSC
Graduate Intern Job Description (unpaid)

July 17, 2017

GA Intern Job Description 2017

Job Summary:

The PIBBS Program at the Health Sciences Campus is seeking a Graduate Intern for the
2017-2018 academic year. This position will allow the incumbent to work closely with the student services advisors in the office while they address the needs and issues of students enrolled in the PIBBS program. The Graduate Intern will have opportunities to interface with faculty, graduate students, and staff within the Keck School of Medicine and USC. This individual will help with event planning, faculty and administrative support, and other duties assigned pertinent to the success of the PIBBS.

Responsibilities:

The Graduate Intern will assist in the planning and implementation of programs
geared towards students pursuing their doctorate in the biomedical and biological sciences. Some programs may include, but are not limited to, orientation (August), PIBBS campus visit event (January), commencement (May), PhD Professional Development Series (year-round) and the PIBBS mentorship program (year-round). Other projects may include maintaining electronic databases, updating student handbooks, social media and working with other campus offices and community partners.

Qualifications:

Must have strong written and oral skills; Event planning experience; Knowledge of
Microsoft Office programs, especially PowerPoint, Word, and Excel; Strong organizational skills; Comfortable in a creative, automatic, flexible work setting; Enjoy working as a part of a team; Interested and passionate about the needs pertaining to and development of graduate students; Must be a self-starter with an eagerness to learn and problem solve.

Education:

Must be an admitted or current Master’s level student enrolled in good standing and
taking credits towards the degree as required by USC.


LACC – Career Guidance Counselor Assistant
May 10, 2017 

PROGRAM: Los Angeles City College Noncredit Success Academies
JOB TITLE: Career Guidance Counselor Assistant (CGCA)
COMPENSATION: $20.29/hour

Under the direct supervision of a counselor, the CGCA serves a critical role in monitoring, and guiding noncredit college students at Los Angeles City College to identify and successfully complete their educational goals. Successful candidates will have strong listening, organizational, presentation, and research skills. The incumbents must also have initiative, motivation, and a strong desire to help adult learners and students with limited English proficiency explore and discover their academic and career options. Applicants must be able to work with frequent interruptions in a fast-paced, high-volume office.

REQUIREMENTS
 Must be enrolled full-time as graduate student in an accredited Master’s degree program in counseling, rehabilitation counseling, clinical psychology, counseling psychology, guidance counseling, educational counseling, social work (MSW) or career development, or related field.
 Be available to work 20-25 hours per week, between the hours of 8am-7pm, Monday-Saturday
 One shift must be in the evening and/or Saturday
 Completed Counseling Theory, Student Development Theory, and/or Career Counseling Theories preferred, but not required
 Must be skilled with using MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
 Must be able to commit for the Los Angeles City College 2017-2018 Academic Year
 Proficiency in a foreign language such as Spanish, Korean, Cantonese, Russian or Armenian preferred
 Access to reliable transportation
JOB DUTIES
 Assist in coordinating, developing, and facilitating of Noncredit orientation workshops, program information sessions, and SSSP activities
 Monitor, communicate, and provide follow-up for the assigned student caseload on/off campus
 Be a liaison between the student, their instructors, and program administration
 Periodically update assigned student files. Information that is updated includes: Student appointments, drop-in questions, number of student contacts (email or phone calls), student early alerts, follow-up with tutoring services, and when a schedule change occurs
 Represent LACC Noncredit Success Academies in campus and community events
 Participate in weekly staff meetings and/or trainings and take part in professional development opportunities
 Other office duties as assigned

APPLICATION PROCESS
Review of applications will begin immediately. Interested applicants should email resume, cover letter, and unofficial transcripts to yunsh@lacitycollege.edu.
Deadline: May 19, 2017 by 4:00 PM


Whittier College – CAAS Academic Support Coordinator
May 10, 2017

TITLE: CAAS Academic Support Coordinator
CLASSIFICATION (Exec., Faculty, Admin., Support Staff, etc): Graduate Intern
Salary Range: $15.00/ hour
EXEMPT/NON-EXEMPT STATUS: non-exempt STATUS (Full or Part-Time): 32 hours/ Full Time
DEPARTMENT: Center for Advising and Academic Success MONTHS (i.e. 10, 12, etc): 10
POSITION REPORTS TO: Assistant Dean of Academic Support/ Director of CAAS, Andrea Villegas

POSITION DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Essential Functions of the Job:
– Coordinate, develop, and conduct academic success workshops during fall and spring semesters. Including, but not limited to identifying topics, reservation logistics, marketing, outreach to campus community, and partnering with faculty, staff and students.
– Evaluate and assess the effectiveness of academic workshops; produce semester assessment reports.
– Provide academic counseling for a caseload of students on academic Probation, Warning, PEAP, Readmitted, and mid-semester warnings; document and track progress in advisor.trac software.
– Advise undergraduate students on academic policies and major exploration.
– Assist the Assistant Directors with providing support services for the Provisional Student Program and Student Athlete Academic Support Program participants.
– Serve as a co-instructor for the college skills development course INTD 70: First Year Seminar-Provisional students.
– Assist CAAS professional staff with coordinating Exploring Majors Event for First Year students.
– Assist with researching and developing programing focused on improving student retention and graduation rates.
– Assist with overall supervision of CAAS student employees and provide guidance to student workshop presenters.
– Assist the Assistant Dean and the Assistant Directors with coordinating Spring term new student registration.

POSITION SPECIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:
Knowledge and Education:
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required, currently enrolled in a Master’s degree program in education, psychology, counseling, or related field, or equivalent experience. Strong written and verbal communication skills required. Qualified candidates should have experience working with students in academic support environments, programming events, and aware of counseling/advising techniques. Candidates will also have insight into the needs of first-generation and/or underrepresented college students, and a commitment to the ideals of a liberal arts education.

Contact with Students: high
Contact with Faculty and/or Staff: high
Contact with Community and Vendors: moderate
Confidentiality:
Must maintain strict confidentiality of student records and in the performance of duties
Date Developed: 03/2015
Date Updated: 5/2017


Volunteers needed for the Festival of Books
April 22-23, 2017

Dear Rosser Master’s Students,

Please find the great volunteer opportunity for the Festival of Books here on campus on April 22-23! More information about the Festival of Books can be found here: http://events.latimes.com/festivalofbooks/

Following is a link to the volunteer sign up for Festival of Books: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1GLocKLB9ptPYWJKEvFD6WkD5QUNML6gcQNxaOzf5MSY/edit#gid=0

The first Saturday shift is full, but they are still looking for additional volunteers for the second Saturday shift and both Sunday shifts.

Tasks will vary, but they will mainly be manning the breast feeding and diaper changing stations set-up by First5LA for the event, and running activity and game stations. Volunteers will be required to briefly review a volunteer handbook. Each shift will have a shift captain to manage logistics, and all volunteers will receive a meal voucher provided by First5LA to help compensate for the cost of lunch.

They would love to have some of our students to help out! We’ll need to have this finalized by Friday. Please let us know if you have any additional questions, or difficulties accessing the link!

Best,
Master’s Program Office


Fieldwork Opportunity: Literature Review Project Volunteer

April 4, 2017

Dear EC and PASA students,

Please see the fieldwork opportunity at the USC Rossier Pullias Center/Buffet Project below. Please contact Gwendelyn Rivera for more information. Thank you and take care!

Literature Review Project Volunteer

Annotated Bibliography for large research project headed by Professor Adrianna Kezar

Need: 2 Masters students in Education approx. 5 hr/week

Compensation: Fieldwork hours

Responsibilities:

  • Collect articles on multiple educational research topics and write annotated bibliographies
  • Find top 30 citations on topic for a bibliography page
  • Vet through and select 15-20 articles to write short 1-2 paragraph summaries towards annotated bibliography
  • Example product will be provided
  • Research team member will help direct you in project and help with any questions

Please contact Gwendelyn Rivera (gwendelr@rossier.usc.edu).

 


PCC Summer Internship

March 14, 2017

Essential Functions

A non-paid internship designed to assist with New Student Group sessions and the opportunity to observe in the day-to-day assignments of faculty counselors at Pasadena City College and fulfill internship or practicum requirements for a Master’s Degree.

  • Intern will assist and shadow lead counselors during New Student Group sessions.
  • Intern will learn detailed information regarding college programs, requirements for certificates/degrees, assessment analysis and placement recommendations, special programs, student services, financial aid, the associate degree and transfer process, and academic advisement and educational planning.
  • Intern will become familiar with the college catalog, class schedule, PCC Transfer Tool, and ASSIST.

Characteristics of Successful Performers

  • Successful performers are highly motivated and industrious, able to work within time constraints, organized, innovative, and routinely problem-solve and assist students and staff as appropriate.
  • Must possess strong communication skills, be comfortable dealing with the public, and handle student concerns with diplomacy, respect, and empathy.
  • Must be willing to serve a wide range of students with regard to skill levels, academic backgrounds, and socioeconomic diversity.

Requirements

  • Candidates must be enrolled in a qualifying Master’s Degree Program (i.e. counseling, rehabilitation counseling, clinical psychology, counseling psychology, guidance counseling, educational counseling, social work, career development) from an accredited institution and completing an internship or practicum requirement.
  • Excellent written and oral skills.
  • Must be technologically competent.
  • Must have a strong desire to work with community college students.

Application Procedure

Please submit the following items to Desiree Zuniga at Dzuniga7@pasadena.edu please submit no later than April 1st.

  • Resume detailing qualifications as they relate to this position.
  • Completion of the following prompts:
  • Summarize your mission and objectives in working with college students
  • Why would you like to work with community college students?
  • What background knowledge or experience do you have with the community college system and/or population?
  • Are you familiar with the Student Success and Support Program (SSSP/CA Senate Bill 1456)? Please share your understanding of it.
  • Finally, what is the primary goal you would like to have achieved by the end of this experience?

USC Undergrad Admissions Office – Graduate Assistant Opportunity
January 17, 2017

The USC Undergrad Admissions Center has an open graduate assistant position for this spring.  (The position is 15-20 hours per wk., must be available to work on Fridays and some weekends.)  This is an exciting opportunity to help build a new program from the ground up.  The program is called “Tommy’s Tours.”  It will provide opportunities for elementary and middle school students to take volunteer led tours of USC’s campus.

The Admissions Center is still working on the job description, but in a nutshell, the graduate assistant will:
1)  Review research that has already been gathered and help generate a proposal for the program to pitch to the university.
2)  Recruit, select, and train a group of volunteers (undergraduate students), who will lead the tours.
3)  Help manage the volunteers on an ongoing basis.

Because this is a new program, the Admissions Center is looking for someone who is excited, passionate, and highly committed.  This person will be expected to pick up the reigns right away by brainstorming ideas, offering feedback, taking risks, experimenting, leading others, etc.  This is NOT a job where knowledge will flow in one direction only (i.e., from supervisor to assistant).  Instead, the assistant will be heavily counted on for his/her knowledge, skills, and initiative.  The assistant will also be expected to perform his/her duties with little oversight, especially during busy times.  In addition to creating and implementing a new program, the assistant will gain exposure to many of the operations in admissions.  Additionally, he/she must be willing to perform routine responsibilities, such as answering phones, responding to student inquiries, and completing administrative tasks.

Please contact fieldwork coordinator, Laurie Markham, if you would like more information, including directions to apply.  213-740-2362.  Lmarkham@rossier.usc.edu.

 


NASFAA Seeks Policy Intern for Summer 2017
January 9, 2017

NASFAA is looking for a student to fill a 12-week paid internship with NASFAA’s Policy and Federal Relations staff. The intern will help develop advocacy materials; attend and report on hearings, events, and meetings; analyze and summarize legislation and regulations; and much more. Those students studying in fields related to higher education, public policy, political science, and history may benefit most from this internship. If you know graduate or undergraduate students who may be interested, please encourage them to apply. This internship is supported by the Dallas Martin Endowment for Public Policy and Student Aid. Priority will be given to applicants who apply by Friday, February 24.

Application link: https://www.nasfaa.org/policy_intern_application


USC Career Center Graduate Intern Opportunity (2 open positions)
November 18, 2016

The USC Career Center serves students (both undergraduate and graduate) and alumni from all majors and professional programs across USC. The primary focus of the USC Career Center Graduate Intern position is to assist the Career Counseling Team with walk-in career advising, which includes reviewing students’ resumes and cover letters, providing students an overview of Career Center services/resources and answering general job/internship search questions. Our graduate interns will also create and present a PowerPoint presentation of their choice, targeting a specific area. Past interns have presented on: Resumes for Science Majors, Academic and Research Fellowship Opportunities, Phone and Skype Interviews and more. Our Graduate Interns also assist on special projects including outreach to employers, updating our online career library and more.

This is an excellent opportunity for those interested in broadening their student advising experiences and increase their knowledge of career fields and industries.

Successful candidates will possess: 1 to 2 years of experience working one-on-one with college students within peer mentoring or advising roles; strong interest in career services; excellent customer service skills and exceptional English verbal and written communication skills. Successful candidates must be enrolled in a full time graduate program at USC. In the past, we have received qualified candidates from the USC Rossier School of Education, the USC Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism, and the USC School of Social Work.

Compensation is $13 per hour at 15-20 hours per week. Suggested availability is 3 or 4 days a week from approximately 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 for Spring 2017.

Open to Work Study and Non-Work Study graduate students.

For consideration, email your resume and cover letter to Sarah Yoo, Career Counselor at sarahhyo@usc.edu.


UCI+One Program – Graduate Fieldwork Opportunity (Volunteerflexible hours, can be completed remotely)

November 8, 2016

The UCI+One Program prepares recent UCI undergraduate alumni for life after graduation. This program will help participants explore and prepare for graduate school, careers, and gain experience and credentials by connecting with professionals in areas of interest.  UCI+One is designed with measurable milestones that are customized to the individual goals of the participants.

In this fieldwork placement, graduate students will:
–        Learn about the functions and operations of the Division of Continuing Education                 (DCE) as it addresses needs within the University and greater community
–        Increase understanding about the transitional issues as undergraduates transition                 from students to alumni
–        Experience and assess programmatic elements including online career coaching,                   personal financial planning course, skill assessments, etc.
–        Develop additional skills and competencies in program development
–        Conduct informational interviews to increase their understanding of operations in                 DCE and UCI

Fieldwork students may:
–        Develop programmatic materials including supplemental resources for skill                             development, agendas for cohort meetings, etc.
–        Implement cohort meetings, panel presentations, field trips, or special events
–        Assess the effectiveness of the UCI+One program through survey development, focus           groups or other evaluation methods
–        Draft and evaluate content for marketing materials including print (ex. Fliers,                         advertisements, mailers), and electronic media (ex. Website, social media, email                     campaigns)
–        Conduct research into comparable programs in academia and industry, skill and                     knowledge gaps of recent graduates, effectiveness of programmatic tools, etc.

Fieldwork students will develop skills in the following areas:
–        Organization                                 – Research
–        Assessment                                   – Advising
–        Project management                  – Communication

In addition to increasing knowledge and skills through completing tasks and achieving learning outcomes, graduation students will:
–        Discuss current issues in higher education and prepare career plans through weekly             supervisory meetings
–        Discover how to transfer professional skills and experiences to different sectors                     within Student Affairs and Academic Affairs
–        Expand their professional network through mentor-facilitated introductions with                 colleagues within UCI and at higher education institutions throughout southern                     California

For more information about the UCI+One Program, please contact Leigh Poirier, Program Director at 949-824-3983 or via email at LPoirier@uci.edu.  Minimum of one monthly meeting on Irvine’s campus.  Majority of fieldwork hours can be accrued offsite.  


Graduate Student Internship/Fieldwork opportunity

November 3, 2016

Location: USC Dornsife Career Pathways – GFS 308

Commitment: Jan. 9 – May 10, 2017 (Flexible dates)

Internship/Fieldwork units: 70-140 hrs. (1-2 units)

# of positions: 1

 

Career Pathways works to align students’ academic interests with individual career and professional pathways through exploration and engagement in curricular and co-curricular opportunities.  Career Pathways works in collaboration with academic advisors, career counselors, Faculty, and alumni to provide a network of resources to address students’ professional aspirations.

Career Pathways is looking for Post-Secondary Administration and Student Affairs (PASA), Educational Counseling (ECO), or Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) student interested academic advisement and career counseling work.  The Graduate/Field-work intern will work in collaboration with the Director and Students Services Assistant to deliver and promote career programming events and opportunities.  Primary responsibilities include communication and career panel programming:

  • The creation of advertisements and copy to promote career programming, events, and services
  • Print and social media marketing
  • Support and coordination of 5-7 alumni career panels

The fieldwork student will have the opportunity to facilitate or co-facilitate career programs.

Application: Interested students should forward their résumé to Octavio Avila at oavila@dornsife.usc.edu

Priority deadline Monday, November 7,  2016.


El Segundo Middle School – Challenge Day Volunteer
September 27, 2016

Hello USC SOE!

We are currently seeking volunteer facilitators for this year’s Challenge Day open to all 7th and a limited amount of 8th graders. If you are not familiar with Challenge Day, please click here: http://www. challengeday.org/

You can also check out videos done about ESMS by clicking this link and scrolling down to El Segundo Middle School: http://www. challengeday.org/videos.php

If you would like to volunteer, please email me and  indicate the following: Your date/dates preference/s – Tues, Nov. 29, Wed. Nov. 30, Thurs. Dec. 1 – must be present 7:45am – 3:15pm (we need you here the entire day), your unisex t-shirt size, and TB clearance

Sincerely,

Lori Klein-Del Rosario
El Segundo Middle School Counselor
(310) 615-2690
lklein@esusd.k12.ca.us

 


Rossier Global Executive Ed.D. Program Office – Graduate Student Internship

September 13, 2016

Job Summary: 

The Global Executive Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) Program office in the Rossier School of Education is looking for a graduate student intern to start immediately! This position will allow you to work closely with this specialized doctorate program focusing on internationalization while being exposed to doctoral students, faculty, and staff within the Rossier School of Education. The selected graduate student intern will help with event planning, social media initiatives, correspondence with prospective students, and other duties. The rate of pay is $12/hour, up to 15 hours per week.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • 10-15 hours a week, preferably over three workdays per week
  • Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel) and social media skills required
  • Strong professional phone and email communication skills as this intern will be the first point of contact for prospective students
  • Reliable and efficient
  • Available to work for 3-5 hours at a time
  • Ability to meet and prioritize deadlines in the face of changing priorities and fluctuating workloads

Job Opportunities: 

  • Assist with Global Executive Ed.D. Program Office events
  • Update course materials on the ARES database
  • Create /design project(s) as the need arises
  • Network with various Rossier staff and faculty members
  • Create shipments for books and other materials for Global Ed.D. students
  • Organize admission materials and database
  • Help with recruitment efforts (fair, getting materials ready, social media research)

For additional information about the position, please contact the Global Executive Ed.D. Program Office.

Please submit a resume and cover letter to Robyn Lewis (rheiman@rossier.usc.edu


Price School Student Services Office – Graduate Student Assistant Position 

September 13, 2016

Responsibilities:

  • Provide front office support, including greeting visitors, answering phone calls, and responding to email inquiries
  • Assist with coordinating student events, such as orientation, admitted student events, and commencement.  Perform data entry, liaise with vendors, assist with email communications, prepare flyers and other materials, etc.
  • Support departmental processes related to student programs
  • Research scholarships and update financial aid newsletters
  • Assist with special projects as needed

The position is up to 20 hrs/wk. Please email Carmen Gomez cgomez@price.usc.edu.


University of Southern California- Graduate Assistant/ Fieldwork Opportunity
September 2, 2016

The Office of Graduate and Professional Programs at Viterbi School of Engineering is currently looking for a graduate student in assistant serving both on-campus and DEN@Viterbi Online graduate students.

General Responsibilities:
 Assist with data management and process for on-campus and online students
 Provide general guidelines to students via emails/phone/in person
 Assist with events in planning and processing on-site
 Work with advisors in program or event assessments
 General office work

Position Requirements:
 Graduate student enrolled at USC, preferably in Education, Communication, Public Administration, Social Work, Psychology, and Sociology.
 Strong oral and written communication skills.
 Demonstrate multicultural competences in student affairs.

Compensation: Paid OR can be taken as a Fieldwork credit
Hours Per Week: 10-20 hours
Work Hours: Flexible
Apply: Please submit Resume and cover letter to Yadi Wang, Graduate Programs Advisor at yadiwang@usc.edu


USC College Prep – Pico Union/Westlake – School Start Up Internship (unpaid)
August 29, 2016

USC College Prep- Pico Union/Westlake is a new charter high school powered by Ednovate from USC that will open in the Fall of 2017. Our mission is to build a school that will allow our graduates to use their college degrees and careers to make a positive multigenerational change. Our unique approach allows our students to personalize their learning through technology, develop a deep sense of purpose, and form a long-lasting community at the school.

Internship: We offer the chance to be a part of founding a high school. This position is best suited for those who care to create greater access to quality education for adolescents coming from immigrant (predominantly from Mexico and Central America), low-income, or first-generation college-attending backgrounds. Work will include interacting with creative and highly qualified people (including Ivy League graduates, Teach for America alumni, Teacher of the Year, leaders of the Ednovate Charter Network, etc.) Work will also include exposure to other nonprofits and organizations serving students and families in the area. The vibrant “do whatever it takes” mentality and nature of the work will be helpful for anyone considering working in a start-up environment in the future.

Duties: Interns will work with the principal to designate work during the internship based on the intern’s skills, areas of desired growth, and the organization’s needs. Some tasks may include the following:

  • Independent research, planning and outreach tasks
  • Engagement with families in the Pico Union/Westlake community at various formal events and grassroots endeavors (admission information sessions, middle school events, parent nights, townhalls, after school programs, and neighborhood canvassing endeavors)
  • Translations in Spanish or in English through written and/or oral form
  • Drafting emails, organizational charts, posters, flyers, etc.
  • Set up/Tear down at events
  • Typing, collecting/organizing forms, inputting data, and other office tasks
  • Other duties as needed

Qualifications: We are looking for creative, mature, and flexible interns who care passionately about educational equity with the following skills/qualities:

  • 3.25 minimum GPA
  • *Bilingual in Spanish and English in written or oral form (*Not required but highly preferred)
  • Proficient in Google Docs or Sheets
  • Dependable (punctual, follows up/follows through with electronic or in-person communication, etc.)
  • Well-organized, strategic, attentive to details
  • Outstanding office and phone manners
  • Graphic design skills (Not required but preferred)

Logistics: The internship would be for about 10-20 hours a week, and the intern would need to be able to flexibly work on some Saturdays to help manage Student Recruitment Sessions, high school fairs, or booths at festivals. The location of work would fluctuate throughout the Pico Union/Westlake/MacArthur Park area, but “home base” would be at the World Trade Center, located in downtown Los Angeles (350 S Figueroa St, which is easily accessible by public transit). This internship is unpaid, and interns are strongly encouraged to seek academic credit.

Application: To apply, please email a resume and a cover letter to the Founding Principal, Jeanie Cho, at jcho@ednovate.org.


USC Career Center Graduate Intern Opportunity (1 open position)
August 15, 2016

The USC Career Center serves students (both undergraduate and graduate) and alumni from all majors and professional programs across USC. The primary focus of the USC Career Center Graduate Intern position is to assist the Career Counseling Team with walk-in career advising, which includes reviewing students’ resumes and cover letters, providing students an overview of Career Center services/resources and answering general job/internship search questions. Our graduate interns will also create and present a PowerPoint presentation of their choice, targeting a specific area. Past interns have presented on: Resumes for Science Majors, Academic and Research Fellowship Opportunities, Phone and Skype Interviews and more. Our Graduate Interns also assist on special projects including outreach to employers, updating our online career library and more.

 

This is an excellent opportunity for those interested in broadening their student advising experiences and increase their knowledge of career fields and industries.

 

Successful candidates will possess: 1 to 2 years of experience working one-on-one with college students within peer mentoring or advising roles; strong interest in career services; excellent customer service skills and exceptional English verbal and written communication skills. Successful candidates must be enrolled in a full time graduate program at USC. In the past, we have received qualified candidates from the USC Rossier School of Education, the USC Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism, and the USC School of Social Work.

 

Compensation is $13 per hour at 15-20 hours per week. Suggested availability is 3 or 4 days a week from approximately 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 from Fall 2016- Spring 2017. Interviews will be completed by early April and candidates will be notified by mid-April regarding their status.

Training will take place during the first week of the fall semester.

Work Study is required.

For consideration, email your resume and cover letter to Sarah Yoo, Career Counselor at sarahhyo@usc.edu.


MSSE Graduate Student Intern Opportunity
August 2, 2016

The USC Marshall Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab seeks a master’s level student for the 2016-2017 academic year to assist with the Master of Science in Social Entrepreneurship program.  This person will support admissions and student-services tasks throughout the program’s yearly cycle and will have a chance to learn in-depth the operation of a graduate degree at USC. Other tasks and responsibilities may be assigned as-needed.

Desired Qualifications for this position:

  • Outstanding attention to detail.
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills, including written and verbal communication.
  • Ability to prioritize, multi-task, and follow through with integrity.
  • Enthusiasm for working with multiple stakeholders (e.g. prospective students, faculty, current students, administration, and other departments) simultaneously.
  • Fluency with social media tools and campaigns.
  • Experience with setting and meeting self-imposed deadlines.

Hours per week: 10-15
Compensation: $12/hour
Dates of employment: August 2016 to mid-May 2017

Contact:
Please send resume and cover letter to Nadine Bentis, Director, Master of Science in Social Entrepreneurship
nadinesi@marshall.usc.edu
www.marshall.usc.edu/msse

 


New Start-up App Development Company
Focus: Educational
Sector K-12
August 1, 2016

– We are seeking a highly motivated and passionate individual that can assist with
the maturation of a disruptive technology through research, participation in
design think-tank, analytics of field results, marketing and system
operationalization. The immediate task will be to improving the overall
effectiveness and functionality of our software technologies designed to increase
motivation and performance for all stakeholders in the educational sector.

– An ideal candidate will have a strong academic background in education
(graduate student or higher seeking at minimum a masters degree in education
with k-12 focus), with preference to those with knowledge/experience of
educational analytics and educational policy. The candidate should also be
willing to perform general administrative functions that come along with being
part of a start-up operation.
– The candidate should have good people skills with the ability to operate
effectively within school administration personnel.
– It is expected that the position would evolve from an intern/part-time position into
a permanent/full-time position, if desired.
– Interested candidates may send a brief cover letter describing the reasons why
this position appears to be a good fit and a resume to:

Ian T. Bothwell
CountOnMe LLC
1600 Rosecrans Ave
Media Center – 4th Floor
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
http://www.count­‐on­‐me.net

T: (310) 321-7645
F: (310) 321-7647
C: (310) 200-9741
E: pocitb2@aol.com


Academic Success Coach Graduate Assistantship
Occidental College Disability Services
Dean of Students Office

Summary of Job Duties
– Occidental College is committed to providing equal access for all students and supporting students in participating in college life to the fullest extent possible. Through reasonable and appropriate accommodations, assisting students with self advocacy, providing academic support and counseling, and ensuring adherence to state and federal disability laws, the Disability Services Office is committed to enhancing students’ academic development and independence. By working closely with faculty, staff, and administrators, our goal is to create a supportive community that promotes awareness, sensitivity and understanding of students with disabilities.
– The Academic Success Coach Graduate Assistant is responsible for assisting the Occidental College Disability Services Office with providing individualized support to Occidental College students with learning concerns and who are having academic difficulties or need additional support.

The following duties/responsibilities may be required of the graduate assistant:
• Provide academic skill instruction to students with learning difficulties/disabilities
• Assist with screening and reviewing of individual academic skill levels
• Assist students with disabilities to understand cognitive strengths and weaknesses
• Teach students effective learning strategies, such as test taking and note taking
skills, on an individual basis
• Learn, develop and utilize a variety of strategies to manage students’ executive
functioning skills
• Assist students in obtaining and utilizing campus resources (Emmons Wellness
Center, Disability Services, Dean of Students Office, etc.)
• Attend bi-weekly staff meetings.
Minimum Qualifications
• Earned bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution of higher education
• Enrollment or acceptance into a Student Affairs/Counseling related graduate
program.
• Cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher
• Excellent interpersonal skills, communication skills, and ability to build rapport
• Demonstrated computer skills, specifically with Microsoft Office
• Ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment and meet established work
deadlines

Preferred Qualifications
• Degree in education, psychology, counseling, or English
• Teaching or tutoring experience in a one-on-one or group setting
• Working knowledge of the symptoms and needs of students with ADHD, Learning
Disabilities, and Psychological Disabilities
• Working knowledge of Section 504 and ADA policies

Work Schedule
15 hours per week (schedule may vary based on department needs), Monday through
Friday, within 9am-5pm.

Expectations and Compensation
The Academic Success Coach Graduate Internship is a 9-month appointment with a stipend of $9,000.


Academic & Student Affairs Intern Position

The USC School of Social Work’s Office of Academic & Student Affairs is seeking an advanced-level graduate student to provide administrative support to 1,200 traditional and dual degree campus-based Master of Social Work (MSW) graduate department students who will complete coursework at USC City Center (in downtown Los Angeles), University Park Campus (UPC), and Orange County Academic Center (OCAC).

Position Description: The intern position has an opportunity to gain experience in the field of Academic & Student Affairs. The primary tasks include providing program advisement to students and administrative support to staff, faculty, and deans while working collaboratively with various departments. This position will maintain professional relationships with students, faculty, and staff and assist with all functions and events as they relate to the Office. This position reports directly to the Student Services Manager, Maricel Veluz, MSW or Director of Student Affairs, Dr. Joshua Watson, EdD

Qualifications: The ideal candidate is a graduate student who is interested in the area of Academic & Student Affairs. Candidate must have excellent verbal and written communication skills and be able to handle confidential information in a professional manner. Attention to detail is a must. Candidate must be a self-starter who is organized, detail-oriented, and able to meet firm deadlines.

Compensation: Compensation is based on previous experience. Candidate is required to work about 10-15 hours per week on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays during the business hours of 8:30am-5:00pm. Preferably, a recipient of Federal Work-Study. Anticipated Start date: Tuesday, August 16, 2016.

To Apply: Interested candidates should submit a current resume and brief introduction to Maricel Veluz, Student Services Manager at mveluz@usc.edu

USC School of Social Work Office of Academic & Student Affairs

Suite 1100

1149 South Hill Street


Pasadena City College – Office of Student Life Graduate Internship

$19 per hour / 15 hours per week

Position available immediately for the 2016-2017 fiscal year

Pasadena City College is a dynamic institution that enrolls students from across the Los Angeles County area. With a total enrollment of 30,000, the Office of Student Life provides co-curricular programing, leadership development, cross cultural programing and support to the over 80 student clubs and organizations. The OSL also plays an integral part in advising the Associated Students of Pasadena City College and their various committees.

Position information:

This is a part-time, temporary paid position. This position will provide an opportunity to work in Student Life and gain experience in the areas of student development, student clubs and organizations, student government, and general student life activities. This position provides the graduate intern with an opportunity to develop first-hand knowledge of the student affairs profession in a community college environment and gain hands-on experience working with areas related to student life, leadership programs, and identifying the intersection where theory meets practice.

Roles and Responsibilities:

Under the supervision of the Student Life advisor and the Dean of Students the Intern will have the opportunity to work with students in a variety of settings, including assisting with the advising of meetings, development of leadership workshops, and facilitation of residential student leadership retreats.

Possible Duties:

  • Coordinate Cardinal and Gold Leadership programs
  • Coordinate OSL/ASPCC programs (movie nights, relaxation week, Holiday Angels)
  • Provide support and resource to student clubs and organizations
  • Support Interclub Council Events
  • Develop OSL student interns
  • Provide support and resources to the Associated Students of PCC
  • Facilitate leadership workshops as needed
  • Support the Leadership and Cross Cultural Retreats
  • Work collaboratively with other areas of the Office of Student Life

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Candidates must be currently enrolled in a masters or doctoral program at an accredited institution of higher education in the field of education, student affairs, or
  • Must have completed at least one or more semester of course work in their graduate
  • Must be able to work in a dynamic environment, where flexibility is a
  • Must have knowledge of MS word, excel, and power

Desired Qualifications:

  • Experience with co-curricular planning and programing
  • Experience working with diverse communities (including: LGBTQ, Undocumented and SES)
  • Prior experience working with community college students
  • General understanding of the California Community College

Interested candidates should submit a resume, reference sheet, and a letter of interest summarizing qualifications and relevant experiences to Carrie Afuso at cmafuso@pasadena.edu by Monday, August 1st, 2016.

Position will remain open until filled.


UCLA ARTS ENROLLMENT/RECRUITMENT GRADUATE INTERN
UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture
Pay Rate: $20.00/hour (up to $2,500 total compensation)
Hours per week: 10-15 hours per week (flexible)
Duration: August 1 – October 1 (6-8 weeks, flexible)

ABOUT THE POSITION
The Office of Enrollment Management for the School of Arts and Architecture (“UCLA Arts”) seeks an Enrollment/Recruitment Graduate Intern to support the Director of Enrollment Management in various administrative projects related to enrollment and recruitment.

DUTIES:
UCLA Arts Enrollment Management seeks graduate level intern to assist with creating various statistical reports, as well as creating email marketing templates to be used during the recruitment season.
Statistical Reports – Organizing data into attractive spreadsheets, intended as resource material for the UCLA Arts Dean’s Office. Information about domestic/international recruitment, yield, registration, and financial aid.
Email Marketing – Creating various email templates to be used during the recruitment cycle, informing future and current applicants about admission-related events.

REQUIREMENTS FOR HIRE
 Be currently enrolled in a higher education graduate program
 Proficiency with Microsoft Suite (Word/Excel/Access) and ability to navigate computer and online systems
 Basic graphic design skills, specifically layout and image editing
 Ability to work with a variety of students, staff, and faculty from diverse backgrounds
 Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including the ability to communicate clearly and effectively both in written and oral communication
 Skill in prioritizing and multi-tasking in an efficient manner to meet deadlines
 Ability to work independently, have good organizational skills, and pay attention to detail
 Responsible attitude and ability to keep scheduled hours dependably
 Experience in collegiate administration and student affairs
 Be able to commit to 10-15 hours per week

Preferred
 Knowledge of admission and recruitment
 Knowledge of visual and/or performing arts practice

Questions and/or applications (cover letter and resume) can be sent to Laura Young, Director of Enrollment Management for the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture, at lyoung@arts.ucla.edu / 310.825.9708

The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age or protected veteran status. For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see: UC Nondiscrimination & Affirmative Action Policy (http://policy.ucop.edu/doc/4000376/NondiscrimAffirmAct).
UCLA is a Tobacco-Free environment. For more information, please view the policy at Tobacco-Free Campus Policy (https://ccle.ucla.edu/course/view/UCLA_tobacco_free_task_force).


Graduate Student Research Assistant

July 14, 2016

USC Rossier’s Dr. Adrianna Kezar is currently looking for 2-3 master’s students to assist with a large research project now and/or in the fall.  Dr. Kezar is “a national expert of change and leadership in higher education and her research agenda explores the change process in higher education institutions and the role of leadership in creating change” (http://www.usc.edu/dept/chepa/kezar/).  This could be a wonderful experience—and a valuable addition to your CV!

Responsibilities include:

  • Collect articles on multiple educational research topics and write annotated bibliographies
  • Find top 30 citations on topic for a bibliography page
  • Vet through and select 15-20 articles to write short 1-2 paragraph summaries on
  • Example product will be provided
  • Research team member will help direct you in project and help with any questions

If you are interested, please contact Hannah Yang (hryang@gmail.com) or Monica Raad (raad@usc.edu) for more information.


4C Counseling Internship at Santa Monica College

July 14, 2016

California Community College Counselor (4C) Internship Program

Spring 2017

The California Community College Counseling Internship (4C) was created and developed by the Counseling Department at Santa Monica College.  It is designed to assist individuals who are new to the counseling field as they transition out of their classroom setting and into the professional environment of academic counseling.  Since its inception, the Counseling Department has provided groups of interns with the opportunity to engage in an intensive training program with the intention of providing new professionals with the exposure, information and skills necessary to successfully assist community college students.  This is in accordance with the Vision, Mission and Goals of Santa Monica College and specifically addresses “the critical importance of each individual’s contribution to the achievement of the mission.”

 OVERVIEW

  • The California Community College Counselor (4C) Internship Program is unpaid and focuses on academic counseling at the community college level.
  • The Internship Program will consist of eight weekly training meetings, a rotation through various counseling areas, observation of counseling sessions, and a mentor component.
  • The selection process is competitive, and a limited number of spaces are available.
  • Participation in the 4C Internship Program is NOT a guarantee of future employment at SMC.

The 4C Internship is designed for applicants with little or no CCC counseling experience. Applicants with CCC counseling experience should apply directly to the Part-Time Counseling applicant pool. Information on counseling employment opportunities can be found at the bottom of this web page.

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

  • 4C interns must have a Master’s degree in counseling, rehabilitation counseling, clinical psychology, counseling psychology, guidance counseling, educational counseling, social work (MSW) or career development, marriage and family therapy, or marriage, family and child counseling, OR the equivalent.  Note: A license as a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) is an alternative qualification for this discipline, pursuant to title 5, section 53410.1.  Applicants must have proof of degree completion.

OR

  • Applicants completing any of the above Master’s degree programs by August, 2017 must show proof of potential degree completion as part of the application.

TRAINING PROGRAM

The program consists of training classes and additional arranged activities each week totaling a minimum of 6 hours per week.

  • 4C Interns must attend all eight 2-hour mandatory training classes:
    • Trainings are on Thursdays from 2p – 4p beginning March 2 through April 27, 2017.
    • Alternate dates will not be possible.
    • Trainings will not take place during Spring Break:  Thursday, April 13, 2017.
  • 4C Interns must attend a minimum of 4 hours of arranged activities including mentor meetings and rotation observations each week.
    • These are arranged by the interns according to individual schedules.
    • These activity hours must be distributed over at least two days during each week of the internship.  At least 2 of these additional hours must be daytime hours.
    • Log reports tallying the additional activity hours will be due on Thursday, April 27, 2017.

If you are currently employed at Santa Monica College please check with the Office of Human Resources prior to submitting an application for potential employment restrictions.

PROCESS FOR SUBMITTING AN APPLICATION

A complete application will consist of:

  • A cover letter stating why you wish to participate in the 4C program
  • Resume
  • One to three letters of recommendation (submitted by applicant or recommender)
  • Unofficial transcripts
  • If Master’s degree is not yet completed, a verification of program completion by August 2017

Please submit all application documents via email to 4Capp@smc.edu beginning October 1, 2016. Understand that there will be no responses to submissions made to this email address prior to October 1, 2016.

INTERVIEWS

  • Applicants who are selected for interviews for the 4C training program will be asked to interview on Wednesday, December 7 or Thursday, December 8, 2016. Alternate dates will not be possible.

DATES AND DEADLINES

  • Application Filing Period:  October 1 – 31, 2016. (Applications will NOT be accepted prior to October 1.)
  • Interviews:  Wednesday, December 7 or Thursday, December 8, 2016.
  • Training Program:  Thursday, March 2 – Thursday, April 27, 2017
  • Mandatory Training Classes:  Thursdays, 2-4 p.m., March 2 to April 27, 2017  (No meeting on April 13)

No training program during the week of SMC Spring Break:  Monday, April 10 – Friday, April 14, 2017

COUNSELOR EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

  • Those who are already eligible to file a district application for a paid counselor position, can visit https:\\jobs.smc.edu for an application. Please select the “Part Time Faculty” tab.

NOTE: There are three different counseling applications.  Be sure to click on the one you want.

Rev. 6/8/16


UCI+One Program Graduate Fieldwork Opportunity

June 30, 2016

The UCI+One Program prepares recent UCI undergraduate alumni for life after graduation. This program will help participants explore and prepare for graduate school, careers, and gain experience and credentials by connecting with professionals in areas of interest.  UCI+One will be two quarters in length and customized to the individual goals of the participants.

In this fieldwork placement, graduate students will:

  • Learn about the functions and operations of the Division of Continuing Education (DCE) as it addresses needs within the University and greater community
  • Increase understanding about the transitional issues as undergraduates transition from students to alumni
  • Experience and assess programmatic elements including online career coaching, personal financial planning course, skill assessments, etc.
  • Develop additional skills and competencies in program development
  • Conduct informational interviews to increase their understanding of operations in DCE and UCI

Fieldwork students may:

  • Develop programmatic materials including supplemental resources for skill development, agendas for cohort meetings, etc.
  • Implement cohort meetings, panel presentations, field trips, or special events
  • Assess the effectiveness of the UCI+One program through survey development, focus groups or other evaluation methods
  • Draft and evaluate content for marketing materials including print (ex. Fliers, advertisements, mailers), and electronic media (ex. Website, social media, email campaigns)
  • Conduct research into comparable programs in academia and industry, skill and knowledge gaps of recent graduates, effectiveness of programmatic tools, etc.

Fieldwork students will develop skills in the following areas:

  • Organization                         – Research
  • Assessment – Advising
  • Project management – Communication

In addition to increasing knowledge and skills through completing tasks and achieving learning outcomes, graduation students will:

  • Discuss current issues in higher education and prepare career plans through weekly supervisory meetings
  • Discover how to transfer professional skills and experiences to different sectors within Student Affairs and Academic Affairs
  • Expand their professional network through mentor-facilitated introductions with colleagues within UCI and at higher education institutions throughout southern California

For more information about the UCI+One Program, please contact Leigh Poirier, Program Director at 949-824-3983 or via email at LPoirier@uci.edu.


Graduate Intern – Chalon

June 27, 2016

Job Description:    

The purpose of this position is to provide programmatic support to the Women’s Leadership and Student Involvement office and its programs at the Chalon campus.

Duties/Responsibilities:

  1. Assist the Director and Associate Director of Women’s Leadership with the development, planning, and coordination of student leadership programs that may include internal leadership conferences, leadership retreats, and leadership workshops at the Chalon campus.
  2. Work closely with the Associate Director to support the Student Government Association (SGA), Student Activities Council (SAC) and the university’s chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) through leadership workshops, retreats, and on-going mentoring.
  3. Provide general support to Chalon Clubs/Orgs and the Leadership Scholar Program by assisting with related events, trainings, assessment, and workshops.
  4. Assist the Associate Director in planning some aspects of Orientation Programs at the Chalon campus.
  5. Conduct research related to programs and services to support departmental objectives for Strategic Plan initiatives.
  6. Attend, support, and supervise some evening and weekend events.
  7. Perform other job related duties as assigned.

Qualifications/Requirements:

Knowledge:

  • Background in student development and leadership education.
  • Understanding of and sensitivity to, a university environment and students’ needs.
  • Strong working knowledge of an office environment, policies, procedures and standard office equipment.
  • Solid working knowledge of computers and various current software applications (e.g., MS Office, databases, spreadsheets).

Abilities and Skills:

  • Effectively organize, prioritize and handle multiple tasks to meet established deadlines.

Education:

  • Currently enrolled in a Master’s program in higher education, student affairs, or comparable field.

Experience:

  • Minimum of one year previous experience in a diverse office environment required.
  • Experience working with diverse student populations, preferred.
  • Event planning, group facilitation, and presentation experience preferred.

Work Location:  Chalon Campus (West Los Angeles)

Start Date:  August 1, 2016

Applications Deadline:  Open until filled


Graduate Intern – Doheny

June 27, 2016

Job Description:    

The purpose of this position is to provide programmatic support to the Women’s Leadership and Student Involvement office and its programs at the Doheny campus.

Duties/Responsibilities:

  1. Assist the Director and Assistant Director of Women’s Leadership with the development, planning, and coordination of student leadership programs that may include internal leadership conferences, leadership retreats, and leadership workshops at the Doheny campus.
  2. Work closely with the Assistant Director to support the Student Government Association (SGA), Student Activities Council (SAC), LEAD program (Leaders Emerging at Doheny) and clubs/organizations on the Doheny campus through leadership workshops, trainings/retreats, assessments, and on-going mentoring.
  3. Conduct research on related programs and services to support departmental objectives/strategic plan initiatives.
  4. Provide general administrative assistance in the Women’s Leadership and Student Involvement office including answering phones, maintenance of office space/supplies, and providing remarkable customer service.
  5. Attend, support, and supervise some evening and weekend events.

Qualifications/Requirements:

Knowledge:

  • Background in student development and leadership education.
  • Understanding of and sensitivity to, a university environment and students’ needs.
  • Strong working knowledge of an office environment, policies, procedures and standard office equipment.
  • Solid working knowledge of computers and various current software applications (e.g., MS Office, databases, spreadsheets).

Abilities and Skills:

  • Effectively organize, prioritize and handle multiple tasks to meet established deadlines.

Education:

  • Currently enrolled in a Master’s program in higher education, student affairs, or comparable field.

Experience:

  • Minimum of one year previous experience in a diverse office environment required.
  • Experience working with diverse student populations, preferred.

Work Location:  Doheny Campus (Downtown Los Angeles)

Start Date:  August 15, 2016

Applications Deadline:  Open until filled


Graduate Student Assistant Position California State University, Fullerton

June 20, 2016

Title:                                                      Graduate Assistant-­‐ Fraternity & Sorority Life

Department:                                       Student Life & Leadership

Time base:                                          20 hours per week

Employment  Period:                       July 1, 2016 – June 31, 2017

Schedule:                                             Varies, some nights and weekend hours

Salary:                                                   Starting salary $12.50/hourly and commensurate with experience

JOB SUMMARY

Under the general supervision of the Director of Student Engagement and Assistant Director for Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) within the Office of Student Life & Leadership, the Graduate Assistant (GA) for Fraternity & Sorority Life will advise student leaders, coordinate educational programming, and help facilitate involvement and engagement for FSL students. In addition, the GA will assist with additional Student Life & Leadership programs and services.

MAJOR JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

25% -­‐ Advisement: Assist the Coordinator and Assistant Director for Fraternity & Sorority Life in the advisement of four governing councils (Interfraternity Council, Multicultural Greek Council, National Pan-­‐Hellenic Council, and Panhellenic Council).

25% -­‐ Education: Develop and facilitate educational programs and trainings on leadership, scholarship, risk management, member development, multiculturalism and diversity.

25% -­‐ Administration: Develop strategic communication methods to publicize important information to student organizations and general campus community, and maintain organization of files, rosters, and other important documents.

15% -­‐ Departmental Assistance-­‐ Provide general assistance and advisement for clubs and departmental programs and events.

10% -­‐ Duties as assigned.

PRIMARY DUTIES ASSOCIATED WITH EACH MAJOR JOB RESPONSIBILITY
·         Advisement:

o   Attend Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) Council(s) and Council of Presidents meetings and events. Assist in the facilitation of the Council of Presidents meetings.

o   Serve as the primary advisor to Order of Omega (FSL honorary society) and GAMMA (Greeks Advising the Mature Management of Alcohol), which includes, but is not limited to, weekly meetings with the executive boards, attendance at meeting sponsored events.

o   Schedule regular meetings with chapter executive board leaders to provide guidance on programming needs such as venue logistics and reservations, philanthropic initiatives, and more.

o   Attend and provide guidance on the planning process for Greek Week.

o   Advise organizations on issues such as academic achievement, chapter operations, officer transition, and community development.

·         Education:

o   Work closely with Coordinator and Assistant Director for Fraternity & Sorority Life to identify and develop innovative FSL programming and workshops related to issues around alcohol policies and procedures, diversity/inclusion, sexual assault, social gathering protocols, etc.

o   Assists the Coordinator with specialized workshops for the MultiCultural Greek Council and National Pan Hellenic Council.

o   Assist in the facilitation, planning, and evaluation of New Member Education programs.

o   Educate members on and ensure adherence to all inter/national, local, and university policies.

o   Communicate regularly with student leaders and encourage responsible decision making.

·         Administration:

o   Facilitate informational workshops about the Pursuit of Excellence, as well as assisting chapters in collecting and managing their submissions.

o   Assist with major FSL signature programs such as Panhellenic Formal Recruitment, the Pursuit of Excellence Banquet, and Greek Week.

o   Compile reports and assist with assessment and evaluation of all FSL programs

o   Utilize social media outlets to publicize important FSL information and events, which may include consistent information about chapter philanthropic achievements.

o   Serve as a liaison between the university, local and inter/national organizations.

·         Departmental Assistance:

o   Assist Student Life & Leadership with department events such as Discoverfest, Social Justice Summit, Student Leadership Institute, and Tuffy Awards.

o   Assist student assistants in addressing concerns from department stakeholders.

o   Provide excellent customer service to our students

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS

Equivalent to graduation from an accredited four-­‐year college or university, with evidence of satisfactory achievement in previous academic work and leadership experience. Knowledge of student services related to leadership development and program and event planning. Ability to supervise, assist, and train students, and ability to assist staff in the implementation of special projects. Ability to demonstrate sensitivity and commitment to issues of diversity.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

Must have ability to work in a fast paced environment with multiple interactions. Strong written and oral communication skills. The ability to work independently, and with little supervision at times. Excellent critical thinking skills and analytical skills. Affiliation with a Greek letter organization and experience as a Fraternity and Sorority Life student leader is strongly preferred.

APPLY

For more information or to apply for this position, please contact Toubee Yang, Assistant Director for Fraternity & Sorority Life, at toubeeyang@fullerton.edu or call (657) 278-­‐4598.


Instructional Design Assistant

June 6, 2016

Division: USC Marshall School of Business

Position Type: Off-Campus Work-study (student employment)

Salary Level: $16 per hour

Approximate Hours Per Week: 20 hours (40 hours possible during summer)

Description: Provide support for Marshall Online Learning Instructional Design Team. This will include working with PC Windows or MAC OS. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite with ability to create graphics in Power Point and/or Keynote. Familiarity with Photoshop, Camtasia, and WebEx a plus. Training will be provided. Intermediate to more advanced skills in curriculum and instructional design are welcomed to apply. This position is off-campus, and students will be compensated for travel time.

Contact Information:                       

Kim Brower
Online Learning Department

Instructional Design Team

1149 S. Hill St., Suite 500
Los Angeles, California 90015
(213) 821-2284


Career Counselor Intern

June 6, 2016

Description of Institution: California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) is a mid-size campus in Carson, CA, that centrally located between the South Bay, Los Angeles, and Long Beach. Due to its location, CSUDH serves almost 80% of students are from the surrounding area. The student population is the most ethnically diverse in the CSU system, a Hispanic Serving Institution, comprised of 65% females, and returning adults seeking new career and professional opportunities. CSUDH offers (include info about our undergraduate and graduate programs).

Description of Career Center The Career Center at CSUDH provides career and professional development opportunities to assist students and alumni with exploration, discovery, and connections to the workplace. Students are assisted via individual career counseling appointments, use of assessment tools, workshops, programs, graduate school preparation, job search, career and professional fairs, on-campus Interviews, internship and job postings, and a wide array of website resources. For more information, please visit www.csudh.edu/careercenter

Description of Internship: The Career Center Counselor Intern will assist with weekly drop-ins, critique resumes, evaluate and interpret career assessments, take individual career appointments, present workshops, assist with major events such as job fairs, and work on special projects to provide innovation and growth in the Career Center. The internship will run on the academic year from August to April.  The internship will get paid an hourly rate; to be discussed upon internship hire The Career Counselor Intern is provided training and supervision, and a private office with a computer and CSUDH email account.

Responsibilities: During initial training, intern will attend career workshops offered by the office, observe and participate in career counseling appointments, review and interpret assessments alongside a counselor, conduct informational interviews with staff to learn about the culture of each role, observe and participate in the critique of resumes/cover letters/personal statement, and engage in the DH community through attendance at various events. Intern will report directly to lead career counselor throughout the duration of their internship.

Through training, the intern will observe the different counseling styles, and when ready, will conduct counseling appointments with students to assist with their career and professional needs. By co-facilitating workshops with staff counselors, the intern will observe the diversity of practices and methods used by the staff to gain experience in planning and conducting workshops. The intern will later lead the workshops alone. If available, the intern will participate in other activities such as, weekly staff meetings, meetings with career counselors, meet and greets with employers, professional development activities, and visits to other career centers.

Intern will have an individual project to complete each semester, which will be determined at the beginning of each semester. Additionally In the fall, intern will participate in all Career and Internship fairs, as well as Graduate School week. During the spring semester, intern will have the opportunity to participate in the Spring Job and Internship Fair, Education Fair, and Part-time Seasonal Fair. This experience offers a student an opportunity to learn, lead, and explore the career and professional field; offering a well-rounded experience.

Internship Requirements:  

  1. Intern must have a BA/BS degree, have demonstrated interest in a career related to career counseling in higher education, and be enrolled in their 2nd or 3rd year of an accredited graduate program. Candidate should be eligible to receive academic credit for the
  2. Availability to work a minimum of 16 hours during scheduled office hours (M-F, 8am-5pm) is required.
  3. Candidate must have quality interpersonal skills, experience in areas of student development, past experience in providing direct services to students, and ability to interact well with faculty and They must also demonstrate aptitude to work well with culturally diverse populations.
  4. Experience with computer-based career guidance programs is Familiarity with social media such as Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and experience using Prezi desired.

Salary: $11.00 per hour

Duration of internship:  2016-2017 academic school year. Start date is August 15, 2016 and applicants must commit to the full duration of internship. The internship will end April 28, 2017.

How to Apply: Send your resume and cover letter to Brenda Mendez at bimendez@csudh.edu. Deadline to apply is July 1, 2016.

Questions or concerns? Please contact the Career Center at (310) 243-3625


Career Guidance Counselor Assistant (CGCA) at LACC
May 10, 2016

PROGRAM:                Los Angeles City College Noncredit Success Academies

JOB TITLE:                Career Guidance Counselor Assistant (CGCA)

COMPENSATION:     $19.32/hour

 

Under the direct supervision of a counselor, the CGCA serves a critical role in monitoring, and guiding noncredit college students at Los Angeles City College to identify and successfully complete their educational goals. Successful candidates will have strong listening, organizational, presentation, and research skills. The incumbents must also have initiative, motivation, and a strong desire to help adult learners and students with limited English proficiency explore and discover their academic and career options. Applicants must be able to work with frequent interruptions in a fast-paced, high-volume office.

 

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be enrolled full-time as graduate student in an accredited Master’s degree program in counseling, rehabilitation counseling, clinical psychology, counseling psychology, guidance counseling, educational counseling, social work (MSW) or career development, or related field.
  • Be available to work 20-25 hours per week, between the hours of 8am-7pm and may include some weekend mornings and evenings
  • Completed Counseling Theory, Student Development Theory, and/or Career Counseling Theories preferred, but not required
  • Must be skilled with using MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Must be able to commit for the Los Angeles City College 2016-2017 Academic Year
  • Proficiency in a foreign language such as Spanish, Korean, Cantonese, or Armenian preferred
  • Access to reliable transportation
  • Work well with a culturally diverse population

 

JOB DUTIES

  • Assist in coordinating, developing, and facilitating of Noncredit orientation workshops and program information sessions
  • Facilitate the development of individualized Student Education Plans for Noncredit Students
  • Monitor, communicate, and provide follow-up for the assigned student caseload
  • Be a liaison between the student, their instructors, and program administration
  • Periodically update assigned student files. Information that is updated includes: Student appointments, drop-in questions, number of student contacts (email or phone calls), student early alerts, follow-up with tutoring services, and when a schedule change occurs
  • Represent LACC Noncredit Success Academies in campus and community events
  • Participate in weekly staff meetings and/or trainings and take part in professional development opportunities
  • Other office duties as assigned

 

APPLICATION PROCESS

Review of applications will begin immediately. Interested applicants should email resume, cover letter and unofficial transcripts to alvarebn@lacitycollege.edu

 


PCC Career Counseling Internship

April 27, 2016

Develop your career counseling skills in a supportive community college environment! The Career Center at Pasadena City College is accepting applications for full year Internships.

You will have the opportunity to experience:

Counseling & Advising

Individual

  • Meet with students individually to help them declare a major and educational goal. Assist students with decision-making, and assess the need for career counseling, occupational information and/or other referrals.
  • Career advising appointments: help students in exploring major and career options and gathering career related information. Identify barriers to wise decision-making.
  • Career counseling appointments: Help students work through personal issues that are interfering with informed and considered career and major decisions.

Group

  • Conduct presentations orienting students to Career Center services and introducing students to information gathering.
  • Facilitate workshops that guide students through self-exploration, information gathering, and goal-setting, incorporating career related assessments, including interests, personality, and values.

Additional Opportunities

  • Assist Career Center staff during campus events, including Career Week, Job Fair, etc.
  • Gain exposure to using program data to improve services.
  • Work with team members on various projects.
  • Collaborate with programs across campus.
  • Participate in individual and group supervision.
  • Observe academic counselors at work.

Skill Development

  • Develop increased understanding of the community college system, current initiatives and the impact on students.
  • Learn career counseling strategies and techniques.
  • Learn about campus resources.
  • Apply counseling, career, and student development theories working with students and in case study discussions.
  • Gain experience interpreting assessment results in individual and group settings.
  • Build cultural competence and learn to address diverse student needs.

Requirements

  • Will be enrolled for the entire 2016-2017 academic year.
  • Have completed at least one semester of graduate level Counseling Practicum and/or Counseling Techniques course.
  • Available 15-18 hours/week, including Friday afternoons for group supervision
  • Ability to take initiative, work independently, be proactive, and resourceful.
  • Able to commit from (July or August TBA, 2016) to June 1, 2017.

Apply online using this link: http://goo.gl/forms/BkP0waMD9z

Send your resume, cover letter and contact information for 2 references to Antonio:   axdelreal@pasadena.edu

Applications will be accepted until May 6th.

Interviews will be held May 3, 4, 5, 10, 11 and 12.


USC International Academy Program Assistant

April 19, 2016

Work in a fun, vibrant international program with students from all over the world! The USC International Academy, a unit within the Office of the Provost, is looking for motivated, experienced master’s level students to support its Undergraduate and Master’s Preparation programs.  The graduate assistant should be interested in ESL and international education, college admissions and academic advising for international students, and educational program management.  This is a great opportunity for Rossier students to witness an international education program being built from the ground up.  This position is part-time during the academic year with possibility for full-time this summer.  Students with federal work-study are preferred but this is not a requirement.

Job duties include data entry, resume and admissions essay review, organizing student events, maintaining Facebook groups, and researching university admissions requirements for our students.  Previous experience working in ESL or the college admissions world is a plus.  For more information, please visit our website at international.usc.edu and email your cover letter and resume to whitney.sherman@usc.edu with the subject line as USCIA ASSISTANT APPLICATION.

We are looking for applicants who are interested in working with us starting summer or fall semester.  Completing fieldwork with us is also a possibility.


USC Career Center Graduate Fieldwork Volunteer Opportunity – Summer 2016

April 7, 2016

The USC Career Center serves students (both undergraduate and graduate) and alumni from all majors and professional programs across USC. The primary focus of the USC Career Center Graduate Fieldwork Volunteer position is to assist professional staff with walk-in career advising, which includes reviewing students’ resumes and cover letters, providing students an overview of Career Center services/resources and answering general job/internship search questions.

This is an excellent opportunity for graduate students interested in broadening their student advising experiences to include career-related advising.

Interested candidates must be available up to 20 hours per week from 10:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. during Summer 2016. Formal training is required prior to the start of the Summer 2016.

Successful candidates will possess: 1 to 2 years of experience working one-on-one with college students within peer mentoring or advising roles; strong interest in career services; excellent customer service skills and exceptional English verbal and written communication skills. Successful candidates must be enrolled in a full time graduate program at USC.

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