The primary objective of the position is to assist students with their path to graduation, and is on the front line in fostering student success. This is a five-year grant funded position, and will be part of a team that assists students to become active participants in the development of their college experience by fostering connections between academic programs and the co-curricular activities, internships and research opportunities.
Assist students with developing Student Success Plans, degree plans, selection of majors, and regular degree audits;
Provide, in conjunction with faculty advisors, help in course selection and short-term academic planning.;
Helps students connect with College resources and help students learn when and how to connect proactively with College resources; C
Collaborate with faculty and staff to ensure seamless advising for students;
Advise students of college policies as related to academic programs;
Provide outreach to students identified as needing help in the early warning system;
Provide assistance in evaluation of First-year experience and Center for Success activities; – -
Encourage self-advocacy on part of the students;
Ensure that grant/student related documentation data is entered in a timely manner.
Bachelor’s degree required with at least 3-5 years experience.
Master’s Degree in Education, Human Services, Counseling, or Related Field, preferred
Minimum two years working with college students in a diverse education setting from the following Advising, tutoring, coaching college student experience;
Experience with success and retention initiatives in an academic setting
New England College is a private, non-profit college, located in the quintessential New England town of Henniker, New Hampshire dedicated to providing exceptional education for undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students from all over the world.