The Undergraduate Academic Advisor in CAS Political Science (PO Advisor) is the primary point of contact for all Political Science majors and minors, as well as students in other disciplines who seek advice about PO courses and programs.
The advisor serves as the academic advisor for all students majoring, or interested in majoring, in a program offered in the Department of Political Science. In collaboration with the CAS Academic Advising Center, the PO Advisor will help students navigate the University's General Education program (BU Hub) while working with them to develop a plan to realize their academic, career, and life goals.
The PO Advisor will also participate in First-Year Experience programming including teaching first-year seminars and planning and leading programs in collaboration with CAS Office of Student Programs & Leadership.
Must include a resume and cover letter in order to be considered
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