Wytheville Community College (WCC) is accepting applications for a full-time Administrative and Office Specialist II, Project Administrative Assistant, for the WCC TRiO Talent Search Grant Project. This is a grant-funded position and continuance is determined by grant funding. The objectives of the Talent Search Project: â¢To identify qualified middle and high school youths, who are low-income with the potential for education at the postsecondary level, encourage them to complete their secondary school and undertake a program of postsecondary education; and â¢Assist the participants with the process of identifying their career interest, and applying to postsecondary institutions and for financial assistance. The purpose of the position: Is to provide administrative support to the TRiO Talent Search Project Director in managing, documenting, reporting and evaluating the Project. For a complete position description to include tasks/responsibilities, please go to the WCC website at http://www.wcc.vccs.edu/employment-opportunities-information.
Internal Number: 142229
About Wytheville Community College
The mission of Wytheville Community College is to provide a quality, comprehensive education for the citizens of the counties of Bland, Carroll, Grayson, Smyth, and Wythe and the city of Galax.To achieve this mission and to fulfill its role as an educational leader and partner, Wytheville Community College commits to a student-centered environment by: providing programs and courses in occupational-technical education, college transfer education, general education, developmental education, distance education, continuing education, and workforce development; utilizing a broad range of instructional technologies, methods, materials, and facilities that are designed to meet the diverse needs of students; offering a supportive, comprehensive program of student development services that contribute to student persistence, success, and citizenship; fueling regional and state economic development by forging partnerships with businesses, industries, public agencies, civic groups, public schools, and other institutions of higher education not only within the service region but throughout the Commonwealth; presenting diverse cultural opportunities while promoting the heritage of Southwest Virginia; promoting accessibility and affordability; and ensuring quality in all programs and services.