Per the NFA Contract, Article 10, TMCC is announcing to all eligible academic and administrative faculty that a need exists for a/an ARISE Coordinator/Mentor.
May 30, 2019
This position will provide mentoring to at-risk youth who are attending college for the first time and will coordinate the intake, tracking and program assessment components of this grant-funded program.
Scope of Work
August 12, 2019 to June 12, 2020 with an estimated 3 to 5 hours per week.
Responsibilities and Deliverables
Work with the Foster Youth Mentor, Financial Aid and AOR to refer students for this program. Complete intake interviews/assessments with interested participants. Co-Facilitate Getting Ahead workshops for participants, track program participation and outcomes and prepare the annual report. Collaborate with Foster Youth Mentor to implement Fall and Spring Summits. Meet individually with assigned cohort of students at regular intervals throughout the academic year to review students’ academic progress, provide counseling support services.
Master’s degree in Counseling or a related field, experience with program development and assessment, Getting Ahead Facilitator certification.
Joan Steinman, Executive Director for Retention and Support Services
Interested faculty will submit a letter of interest describing special qualifications and background information no later than 5:00pm on June 31, 2019.
The letter should be addressed to Joan Steinman, Executive Director for Retention and Support Services. NOTE: Administrative faculty must include a documented plan for separation of the additional assignment work from regular work time.
The Executive Director will notify applicants of the hiring decision on or before July 7, 2019.