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Assistant/Associate Director, Fellowships
University of Virginia
We’re hiring in the Office of Citizen Scholar Development for an Assistant/Associate Director, Fellowships. The office is now home to both fellowships and undergraduate research, and we are seeking an experienced and eager fellowships advisor to join us in creating an excellent fellowships advising team for our students and alumni. This position will be the primary fellowships advisor in our office.
Fellowship Advisor
University of Denver
My office is expanding! We are excited to have a new position to fill for a Fellowship Advisor in the office of Scholar Development & Fellowship Advising here at the University of Denver. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone just starting out in fellowships, and/or someone who wants to help shape a new office on a campus that is focused on supporting holistic student development. SDFA is less than a year old and enjoys strong support from senior administration; we anticipate that the position will grow with the office over the next few years.
Associate Director, Undergraduate Research and Fellowships
Northeastern University
See the link for the full job description. Terumi Rafferty-Osaki, one of our office's Associate Directors, and I, Jonna Iacono, the director of this office, will be at NAFA. Hope to see you there!

The Associate Director will work across functions within Undergraduate Research and Fellowships, an office that integrates work in distinguished fellowships, undergraduate research and creative endeavor, and merit-scholarship programming to serve high-achieving students from across Northeastern University in a holistic manner. Their duties will focus on shaping, providing – and communicating -- comprehensive advising services and programming for affiliates that promote and support self-efficacy, cultural agility, ethical civic engagement, cultural awareness, intellectual community, undergraduate research and creative endeavor, and advanced study.

Assistant/Associate Director of Career and Professional Development – Pre-Health Professions
Washington and Lee University
The Assistant/Associate Director of Career and Professional Development – Pre-Health Professions provides guidance and support to students and alumni interested in pursuing clinical healthcare professions and careers in the healthcare industry. The Assistant/Associate Director leads the Health Professions Advisory Committee (HPAC) and collaborates with faculty to prepare student and alumni applicants for pre-health graduate/professional school program recruitment and application cycles. They advise in the areas of academic success and professional development, establishing links between students and graduate school admissions offices, employers, alumni and professional practitioners. The Assistant/Associate Director also develops and executes events and programs related to CPD student support initiatives.

The department of Career and Professional Development is committed to the development of an inclusive environment and we strive to advance diverse perspectives and approaches in carrying out the mission of Washington and Lee University
Program Coordinator, Scholar Development
Rutgers University - Camden
Reporting to the Director for the Office of Scholar Development and Fellowship Advising, the Program Coordinator will support initiatives for all undergraduate students, including those identifying as pre-professional studies, who are planning to pursue graduate education. This position will be responsible for developing and implementing marketing strategies for students, faculty, and staff to raise awareness of the support services available across campus, develop systems to identify and track students who plan to attend graduate professional programs, design cohort-based programs for students based on identity group and/or academic interest, provide academic support, success coaching, community building, graduate school application support, test prep, and experiential learning opportunities, maintain student databases, track student outcomes, assess program efficacy, and make recommendations for improvements. The Program Coordinator will provide staff support to our joint degree/accelerated graduate school programs (including BSDO 3+4 program, the 3+3 Law Program, and others) and will serve on related campus-wide committees, including the pre-med advising committee. As a member of the Office of Scholar Development and Fellowship Advising, the Program Coordinator will be expected to assist in fellowship-related initiatives, including recruitment and advisement of potential applicants. The position will also work collaboratively with other academic schools and units across the campus/university. We seek a highly motivated and organized individual possessing an interest in improving student outcomes and better equipping students for life-long success.
Associate Director of Awards and Fellowships
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is excited to be hiring an Associate Director of Prestigious Awards and Fellowships. The Associate Director will join the Office of Prestigious Awards and Fellowships, which has built a strong reputation since its establishment in 2019. This position, which will ideally be based at the university’s residential campus in Prescott, Arizona, offers the opportunity to work with students at a leader in aerospace and aviation higher education. The new Associate Director will have the opportunity to lead recruitment and advising for 4-6 award opportunities per year, manage a team of fabulous student workers (you can see their work on our Instagram - @riddleawards), and will have dedicated professional development funds annually.

Why pursue this position?
• You’ll have the opportunity to work with outstanding students who are literally doing rocket science and design.
• This position is designed to help you grow. If there are skills you’re looking to develop or strengthen, you’ll be able to do that, with support for your training and development.
• Prescott is a fun city! The area abounds with opportunities for outdoor recreation, especially hiking. It’s close to ghost towns, Sedona, and other uniquely Arizona destinations. As the biggest city in its area, it’s also home to modern conveniences you might not expect, like Costco, In-N-Out Burger, and Trader Joe’s.

You can find the job posting here. We are eager to hire someone, but we also want it to be the right person. If you or someone you know is interested in the position, please reach out to me. I’m happy to meet 1:1 to talk more about the position and working at ERAU.
Assistant director for STEM
This isn’t an official posting, but our office just got approved for a STEM focused AD, likely to start in November. Let me know if you’re interested in learning more.
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Director, Office of National Scholarships
University of Tennessee Chattanooga
The Director of National Scholarships manages and supervises an autonomous office that serves the whole campus community by recruiting, supporting, and reporting on students applying for nationally competitive scholarships and fellowships. In addition, the position offers support to the Honors College as a whole, managing our advising and orientation, as well as participating in other Honors College activities (graduations, participant selection, recruiting, teaching UHON 2000, etc.).

Duties and Responsibilities:

Works with units across the university to identify, recruit, and mentor students applying for nationally and internationally competitive awards, scholarships, and internships; develops and implements tools, communication systems, campus procedures, and application protocols in support of national scholarships and fellowships; recruits, organizes, and leads university selection committees for the Rhodes, Mitchell, Marshall, Truman, and other highly competitive scholarships; mentors students one-on-one throughout the application and selection processes for competitive awards and programs; and maintains records of all students applying for such awards and their progress and result.

Manages the overall advising operations by: assigning honors advisors from the staff to all incoming students and communicating those lists to the staff/faculty; building schedules for all incoming honors freshmen using the AIQ process; organizing summer orientation experiences for the incoming freshmen.

To learn more, visit the posting link.
Scholars Program Officer (Bilingual)
McCall MacBain Scholarships at McGill
Do you know a recent graduate who is eligible to work in Canada, speaks French, and is excited to help deliver a leadership and mentorship program for a diverse group of aspiring change-makers / graduate students? Please send them my way! Job posting above.
Merit Awards Program Coordinator
American University
The Office of Merit Awards oversees the mentoring of applicants for nationally competitive, merit-based scholarships that fund study abroad, graduate tuition, and summer research. The Merit Awards Program Coordinator provides essential support to the Office to further the university’s strategic goal pertaining to academic excellence. Primary responsibilities are project management and customer service, including: organizing scholarship information sessions and workshops; supporting the Associate Director in the organization of major annual events; compiling data for the office and drafting the annual report; recruiting the university’s highest performing undergraduate and graduate students; coordinating faculty interview panels, maintaining an award database; tracking applicants and maintaining candidates’ dossiers; helping to publicize award recipients; updating the website, and managing the office’s social media accounts. He/she supervises and trains a part-time program assistant and up to two Federal Work Study (FWS). The Program Coordinator is also responsible for managing front-line service in the form of scheduling appointments and interacting with students, parents, and other clients, either by telephone or in person, with support from 1-2 part-time program assistants/ FWS students. Assists the office’s Associate Director with the Early Identification Program (EIP) for outstanding sophomores. Works with students, faculty and staff mentors, and national scholarship foundation representatives.

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