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Smith College Smith College is committed to enhancing the infrastructure that supports undergraduate engagement with the full breadth of curricular, co-curricular, and experiential opportunities. At Smith we manifest this commitment in many ways, particularly via one on one mentoring of a diverse undergraduate student body, monitoring and guiding the academic progress across all four years and supporting early engagement in undergraduate research and other faculty-mentored projects, and by developing initiatives and implementing programs that both teach the value of a liberal education within a large research university and promote undergraduate intellectual engagement.
Take appropriate actions to support a diverse workforce and participate in the College's efforts to create a respectful, inclusive, and welcoming work environment.
We seek three motivated professionals to join a creative and dynamic team in launching the Smith Connector program (SC). They will support the College’s mission by encouraging students to participate in their communities, adapt to change, and skillfully discern, articulate, and pursue their purpose into a meaningful career after graduation.
Business Career Advisor
Wesleyan University Provide one-on-one advising, mock interviews, and application support to students participating in recruiting activities with business employers. Develop targeted programming aimed at preparing students for rigorous interviews with banks, investment firms, consultancies, and other business employers. Must have: Demonstrated interest in and knowledge of career development as well as the hiring practices for entry level candidates in investment banking and management consulting.
Associate Director for Mentoring & Diversity Initiatives
St. Lawrence University The Associate Director for Mentoring & Diversity Initiatives with the Center for Career Excellence reports to the Director, and works with Career Excellence colleagues, University Advancement, and other key University partners to significantly expand and enhance the current Career Mentoring Program as part of the Center’s strategy to provide students networking and skill-building opportunities to improve their career readiness. The Associate Director manages a robust program that links students with the Laurentian Network to build connections, develop competencies, explore careers and industries, hone professional etiquette, and learn how to articulate their St. Lawrence experience to employers and graduate programs. The Associate Director creates a comprehensive training program for students and mentors, designs a curriculum and supporting resources that are developmentally appropriate for students of each class year, provides bi-monthly group meetings for mentors and students, and strategically builds diversity and inclusion attributes into the Career Mentoring Program. To ensure the Center is meeting the needs of all students, the Associate Director also collaborates with Career Excellence colleagues, the Associate Dean of Diversity and Inclusion, Coordinator of Retention and Academic Support, and International Student Services to create programming for diverse student populations including LGBTQ+, BIPOC, First Generation, and International students. The Associate Director teaches in the Career Classes as appropriate.
Assistant Director of Career Exploration
St. Lawrence University The Assistant Director of Career Exploration is a member of the Career Coaching team within the Center for Career Excellence and reports to the Director. The Assistant Director of Career Exploration works with Career Excellence colleagues, academic departments, and key University partners to implement the Center’s early education and engagement strategy for career exploration and preparation to assist students in understanding the relationship between their liberal arts education and career possibilities. The Assistant Director plays a significant role in providing individualized career coaching to students, and offers strategically designed student programming as determined through consultation with faculty in assigned academic departments. The Assistant Director maintains direct working relationships with assigned campus areas, helps facilitate alumni-lead career programming, and assists in teaching Career Classes as appropriate. The Assistant Director also manages and supervises the Center’s student intern staff.
Employer Relations Assistant & `68 Center Coordinator
Williams is pleased to announce that it is accepting applications for an Employer Relations Assistant & ‘68 Center Coordinator in the ’68 Center for Career Exploration. This is a full-time, year-round, regular appointment. The ’68 Center for Career Exploration’ is dedicated to the success of Williams’ students. It is a one-stop-shop for student career exploration, internship and job searching, resume critiques, interviewing advice and networking. The ’68 Center for Career Exploration is a member of the Office of College Relations (OCR), which includes Alumni Relations, the Development Office and Advancement Information Systems (AIS).
Reporting to the Assistant Director for Employer Relations, the Employer Relations Assistant & ‘68 Center Coordinator will provide assistance to the ’68 Center for Career Exploration, the Office of College Relations, students, alumni, employers, and other stakeholders. The successful candidate will be highly organized, energetic, friendly, collaborative, independent, unflappable, tech-savvy, with strong attention to detail, and a collaborative spirit. The ideal candidate will also be able to analyze and interpret individual needs, multi-task, solve problems, critically analyze information in the Handshake recruiting system regarding job and internship postings, administer a grant program and supervise student workers.
Williams College has a deeply diverse student body in terms of socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, and nationality, among other identities. We strongly encourage candidates from underrepresented groups and/or those who have experience working with a broadly diverse student population to apply. In your cover letter, please highlight your experience with and commitment to supporting diverse, equitable, and inclusive communities.
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Assistant Director of Affinity Advising
Smith College Lazarus Center for Career Development Job Summary: Provide general professional development guidance to students, and serve as the primary adviser to international, underrepresented students and students with disabilities. Meet individually with students, conduct workshops, develop resources, and implement professional development programs that support and foster equity and access to career and professional development.
Essential Functions: Program Development & Advising: • Develop and implement programs that proactively support diversity, equity and inclusion and ensure all student have access to the professional development process during their time at Smith • Collaborate with the Advising team to develop resources, programs, and activities that will engage and support international, underrepresented students and students with disabilities • Develop and deliver programs and resources to enhance students’ knowledge of workplace rights • Conduct individual advising appointments with students; engage in outreach to student organizations to build a presence and collaborate engagement with students • Collaborate with the Dean of International Students, the Office of Multicultural Affairs, Office of Disability Services, the Office of Inclusion and Diversity and other relevant offices to engage students and develop shared programming that will maximize reach to students • Facilitate workshops, alum panels and other events • Collaborate with the Center’s team of Peer Advisers to develop outreach strategies
Minimum Qualifications (knowledge, skills, education, experience, certifications, licenses): Bachelor’s degree plus 3-5 years of relevant experience or an equivalent combination of education/experience. Experience working with diverse backgrounds.
Career Counselor/Assistant Director, Career Development and Coaching (Business Careers)
St. Olaf College About the Role:
Are you a natural coach who enjoys working with undergraduate students? Do you have a background or interest in business, and would you like to share your passion for this field with others? Would you enjoy helping students explore their interests and find a meaningful academic and vocational path? You will engage and educate students through conversations about their future, and develop plans to help students explore and succeed in careers in business: specifically, those interested in sales and marketing, consulting, HR, finance/banking, and management, technology and business/data analysis. You will to contribute to programming, and lead discernment and skill-building workshops that focus on preparing students for the workplace, help coordinate internship and job fairs, alumni networking, employer and on-campus recruiting events. If you are motivated to work in a collaborative, entrepreneurial, and dynamic environment, the role of Career Counselor / Assistant Director of Career Development and Coaching, Business Careers in the Piper Center for Vocation and Career may be the right fit for you!
We are looking to hire a candidate at either the Career Counselor level or at the Assistant Director level.
What You’ll Do:
Counsel first year and sophomore students interested in business careers; Collaborate with other Piper Center staff to coach and provide programming to support business students with overlapping interests in data science/statistics, technical areas and computer science Help students create strong application materials, network effectively, and prepare for interviews. Organize and facilitate industry specific workshops, events and programs; assist with campus recruiting events, fairs, and facilitate connections between students and key employers, alumni and parents in your industry areas Capitalize on knowledge of sectors, industries, specific companies, graduate programs, and professional/personal networks.
Assistant Director, Employer Relations
Dartmouth College Center for Professional Development Key Accountabilities: • Serves as point of contact for employer inquiries and recommends service options that fit the needs of employers representing a range of industries. Promotes these opportunities via appropriate channels. (35%)
• Assists in managing and leading the implementation of employer activities, services, and events, including Employer Fairs. (25%)
• Works with the Employer Relations team to develop strategy, annually and quarterly, for making new connections with employers, maintaining existing relationships as well as developing avenues for engagement between employers and students (10%)
• Conducts group workshops. (10%)
• Provides ongoing recommendations for enhancements to CPD technology to optimize the experience of employers and students (5%)
• Participates in establishing and enforcing recruiting policies for students and employers. (5%) • Conducts ongoing assessment of services and tools provided to employers for relevance and effectiveness. (5%)
• Represents Dartmouth College at various events related to trends in recruiting university talent; serves on a variety of in-house and College-wide committees. (5%) Demonstrates a commitment to diversity, inclusion, and cultural awareness through actions, interactions, and communications with others. -- Performs other duties as assigned
Assistant Director, Career & Life Design
Trinity College The Career & Life Design Center at Trinity College equips students and alumni with the skills and resources they need for career exploration and life design, experiential learning, and the achievement of competitive post-graduation outcomes. Reporting to the Associate Director of Career & Life Design, the Assistant Director of Career & Life Design will uphold the Center’s vision of empowering students and graduates to be active agents in designing their careers and to use their liberal arts education to adapt to and transform the future of work. • Conduct individual and group coaching sessions per week; facilitate conversations with students and recent graduates on topics related to campus involvement, major exploration, goal setting, learning strategies, internships, jobs, graduate school, interviewing and negotiating. Support students in developing written career materials and professional profiles. • Lead Arts, Communications, Marketing Career Community for programming and outreach by partnering with student clubs, alumni, and employers to provide exposure to careers in advertising, publishing, communications, design, film, journalism, marketing, media and entertainment, performing and visual arts, public relations, sales, social media, etc. • Host community events, panels, employer treks, develop and manage virtual student resources, and facilitate connections with alumni community. • Design and support career and life design programs for students transitioning into college, engaging in active and experiential learning, and preparing for life after graduation; Events may include career panels, networking events, mentoring programs, orientation sessions, student conferences, career boot camps, or conference-style events. • Serve as the liaison to designated campus partners including faculty, staff, and students to develop strategies for communication and collaborative programming and to increase utilization of the Center.
Assistant Director, Experiential Learning
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Engagement & Community Specialist
Smith College PRIMARY FUNCTION(S): Guide, develop, design, and communicate programs in an integrated way for Career Services. Working closely with the offices of DOC, and the communications team, develop, implement, and assess a strategic, integrated communications plan that raises the visibility and effectiveness of career services and increases/enhances student experience and engagement.
DavisConnects Advisor for Law, Government & Policy Professions
Colby College Colby College is seeking a new advisor for Government, Law & Policy professions to join the DavisConnects team, participating in a comprehensive student advising model, primarily driven by the goal of integrating universal experiences (research, internship, and global) into the student experience. The successful candidate will thrive in a dynamic and visionary culture to advise students and graduates who express interest in exploring, preparing for, and pursuing higher education and careers in all levels of government (state, local, national, etc.), law, and the full range of public policy opportunities in the public and private sectors. This role will also support the application process for national fellowships including Fulbright, Watson, Rhodes, and others requiring an institutional endorsement. We encourage inquiries from candidates who will contribute to the diversity of our College, including its cultural and ethnic diversity.
Assistant Director of Youth and Educational Partnerships in the Center for Community Engagement
Middlebury College The Assistant Director identifies, supports, and sustains interested faculty and community partners who help create meaningful experiential learning opportunities for students. The Assistant Director supports diverse students’ development of civic skills, knowledge, and identities through advising relationships and by crafting and implementing trainings. They advise approximately nine youth-serving student organizations, including Community Friends, with a focus anti-racism, organizational sustainability, inclusive recruitment, civic learning, and risk management. The position also oversees the Center’s on- and off-campus strategic communications, marketing, and outreach, in collaboration with student interns and institutional partners. By designing and sharing communications tools that illustrate engagement with and support for students, faculty, and communities, the Assistant Director provides a range of constituents with resources and information about connecting academic inquiry with civic participation.
Bachelor’s degree is required; master’s preferred. 2-5 years related community engagement, non-profit, and/or higher education experience. Experience in the field of community engagement, with understanding of social justice and cultural competency issues. Must have demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and social justice; experience working with historically underrepresented communities and knowledge of the barriers facing historically underrepresented communities; interpersonal skills and experience working in a collaborative team; proven leadership and organization skills with experience in program oversight and coordination; ability and experience to design and facilitate trainings; ability to produce clear written documentation and speak persuasively; facility with multiple media platforms; strong proficiency with Microsoft Office and Google Suites.
Associate Director Arts & Communications/Marketing & Sales Careers
Bowdoin College Help students live their best lives. We’re hiring for an Associate Director for Arts & Communications/Sales & Marketing Careers at Bowdoin College. The Associate Director will advise students and create programming to serve the needs of students exploring and pursuing careers in the arts (including for instance visual arts, performing arts, museums and auction houses), communications (including, for instance, journalism, radio, and television, and public relations), and marketing and sales. The position will build and maintain relationships with alumni and parents available for networking with students, who also often assist in the creation of job and internship opportunities. The position will also liaise with faculty to collaborate on joint programming and conduct general career educational programming and advising. This position reports to the Director of Career Advising.
Reach out if this is you: Experience in at least one of the career fields above. An ability to build rapport with students, communicate effectively with a wide range of campus constituencies, and build meaningful relationships with alumni, parents, faculty, and staff; a knack for thoughtful teaching and programming; exceptional organizational skills and career counseling skills; facility/comfort with technology-based search and networking tools (e.g. LinkedIn, customer relationship management type databases); vision, creativity, imagination, a great sense of humor, and a commitment to equity.
Manager, Communications and Digital Media
Pomona College, Career Development Office The Manager of Communications & Digital Media will craft messages that drive action and compelling stories that communicate the significance and impact of the Career Development Office’s work. They will harness video (Adobe Premier), graphics (Adobe Illustrator and InDesign), as well as social media (LinkedIn, Instagram, and Facebook) to convey the what, why, and how about students, outcomes, events, and services. He or she will also manage website content maintenance and updates, liaising between staff about priorities and new information.
The Manager will help our communication be both cohesive but also tailored, as the CDO engages with students, alumni, families, recruiters, and faculty/staff stakeholders. Considering the mobile nature of our audience, this will require agility and research, ensuring that we are connecting with people in the way they are most inclined to receive it. Looking for creative ways to engage various stakeholders, they will work closely with other team members to ensure accurate, concise, and meaningful communication of information and data. When they develop messaging for events like fairs, workshops, external sessions, and conferences, they will communicate with the relevant team about progress and drafts regularly. With outcome focused campaigns like our first destination report, they will project manage the many pieces over multiple months.