Career Services currently has openings for program advisors, and would like staff recommendations of students who would succeed in that role.
Program advisors work in a professional capacity along with full-time professionals in the office, but primarily with their peers. They also work closely with all other college constituencies – staff, faculty, alumni, employers, and other friends of the college. PAs mainly will work with other students closely to advise them in career searches, resume critiques and will also perform a number of other roles and responsibility within Career Services. The Program Advisor position is part of the Campus Leadership Employment Opportunities (CLEO), so students do not need to have work-study to apply.
To fit the bill, students should be responsible, creative, hard-working and able to work independently and with others.
If you know of any students who you think might be interested or suited for the position, email Molly Hahne’13 or Jessica Rardin’13 (current program advisors) at email@example.com by Friday, Jan. 28.