Summer Employment Opportunity: College Admissions Counselor
College Admissions Counselor at Summerfuel Columbia (2 - 4 weeks)
Short term college counseling position available on the Columbia campus in July. Position entails delivering a comprehensive college counseling service to a small group of focused high school students who are participating in a college admissions program run by Summerfuel, an independent organization operating on the Columbia campus.
- Delivery of an Admissions Workshop Curriculum (series of 8 workshops - curriculum exists).
- Leadership & Oversight of Area College Visits (arranged by Summerfuel in advance).
- Individual Counseling and Personalized Advisory for a Small Group of Students
3 - 4 years experience in college admissions (minimum). Ideal candidate will have experience on the college admissions side as well as the high school side. Extensive personal knowledge of a broad range of higher ed institutions. Excited about working with high school students, enthusiastic and flexible. Candidates with international experience and/or experience in a private school preferred.
Dates and Hours:
Session 1: July 1 - 14, 2017; Session 2: July 15 - 28, 2017
Daily hours are typically 1:30 pm to 8:30pm or 9 pm with dinner included on campus.
One day of college visits will require an 8 am - 5 pm commitment.
Salary: $2,500 per session; room and board may be provided if needed
To apply for this position, please submit a cover letter and resume on our job site at: https://summerfuel.applicantstack.com/x/openings
Applications without a cover letter will not be considered.
Please do not call or email about the status of your application. Once we have reviewed your application, we will notify you whether or not we would like to move forward with your candidacy.
For more information about our program, please visit http://www.summerfuel.com/cap/columbia
Summerfuel, founded in 1984, offers summer academic programs to high school students on campuses around the world. Summerfuel is seeking graduate students, faculty, teachers and public service professionals who enjoy working with young people to teach small groups of motivated high school students. Ideal candidates should have a zest for opening young minds to new fields of study and revel in the interactive classroom with a give-and-take pedagogical style.