Camp Community College is seeking a College Success / Great Expectations Coach that will be responsible for the following: Project planning and applying financial and grant management principles. Conducting educational-based research analysis, identifying problem areas, and compiling statistical data to support program goals and objectives. Creating program and outcome measures. Establishing systematic program interventions aimed at student success. Identifying problems and reviewing related information to develop and evaluate options and implement solutions. Preparing grant required reports and reporting by designated deadlines. Managing one's own time and the time of others. Perform complex technical and statistical data analysis and communicate findings to stakeholders such as: state and local boards, the College Foundation, senior administrators, and the VCCS System office, the public, students, parents, and other schools, faculty, staff, special interest groups, and subject professionals to provide educational information and technical assistance, to discuss career opportunities to assess interests and promote programs. Communicate with students in the target population on a weekly basis. Engage in individual and small student group sessions. Interact with faculty and other on and off campus resources to ensure that students have access to needed resources and support that will lead to program completion. Provide outreach to all College students who have a reported need. Disseminate materials through mailings, and in-service trainings targeting Department of Social Services, private care providers, and other organizations that provide services to foster care youth. Collaborate with high school coaches to identify foster care youth in the local high schools to provide with youth with a structured environment and wraparound services to enhance their transition into college and put them on the path to independence. Assist students in the target population to develop individualized academic plans, applying for financial aid and scholarships. Identify academic and personal needs and make referrals to tutoring, other learning support resources and community resources. Provide follow-up with each student as needed. Serve on college committees or other areas as needed by the College.
Bachelor's degree in counseling, human resources, social services, adult education or a relevant field from a regionally accredited institution or equivalent applicable experience or training. Strong interpersonal skills to help engage, provide support, and motivate students. Ability to develop individualized academic plans that will lead to program completion. Ability to work with students with identified risk factors for academic success. Ability to work with college faculty and staff in support of student success. Proficient in Microsoft Office and social media. Must possess strong communication, presentation and facilitation skills.
Internal Number: 26864
About Paul D. Camp Community College
Virginia's Community College's educate 240,000 credit students annually and over 170,000 non-credit students at 23 Community Colleges with over 40 campus locations throughout the Commonwealth. Our mission is to provide comprehensive higher education and workforce training programs and services of superior quality. These programs are financially and geographically accessible to meet the individual, business, and community needs of the Commonwealth.