Clinical Opportunity at Bloomfield College

August 9, 2022
Reporting to the Director of the Office of Tutoring Writing and Academic Support Services the
part-time Academic Support Coach supports the implementation of Academic Success plans by:
● Managing a caseload of students.
● Working one-on-one with undergraduate students to support their academic success.
● Helping students identify barriers to academic success.
● Assisting students in developing better study strategies and time management strategies.
● Following up with students as needed to monitor their academic progress and adjustment to
● Using positive communication strategies to motivate students to reach their goals.
● Using a variety of strategies to assist students in understanding and overcoming their own
challenges in order to meet their goals.
● Teaching students how to advocate for themselves (with faculty etc.).
● Conduct academic success workshops as needed
Works collaboratively on an Academic Success team:
● Meet regularly with the Academic Success Coaching team to provide updates on student
progress, to collaborate on success strategies aimed at helping students return to good
academic standing, to plan workshops and events, and more.
● Meet individually with other Academic Success Coaches to collaborate as needed about
specific student progress
● Meet regularly with the Director of OTWASS to plan coaching sessions with students in order
to ensure delivery of quality coaching sessions.
Data Collection:
● Monitor, evaluate and collect data on student progress and targeted success skills.
● Record data consistently and accurately according to specific guidelines.

Bachelor’s degree in a related field required. Working towards an M.A. in Educational Psychology,
Higher Educational Leadership, Education, Counseling, Social Work, or other related field is
desirable. Must have experience working with a diverse student population. Ability to learn and be
conversant with education-related technologies. Willingness to work collaboratively with the capacity
for innovation.
More Information:
The Office of Tutoring, Writing, and Academic Support Services is a learning and academic support
center at Bloomfield College. We serve approximately 1500 undergraduate students on a suburban
campus in northern New Jersey. We are the only private college in NJ to be designated an Hispanic
Serving Institution and a Predominantly Black Institution. We offer a friendly working environment and
flexible schedule to our part-time employees.
Pay Rate: $16/hourly
Application Information:
Applicants should email a current resume, cover letter, and contact information for three professional
references to: 

SHU Internships Available

  • Graduate Intern, Office of Student Engagement (South Orange) – Graduate Interns will assist with the preparation, implementation, and staffing of large, signature campus events and programs. Working with one or more functional areas (Student Activities, Fraternity/Sorority Life, Student Transitions/Orientation, Clubs/Organizations, and Leadership Development) students will gain valuable experience in event management, club/organization advisement, budget management, assessment, marketing, and leadership development. Graduate students will spearhead specialized projects, coordinate and chaperone events/trips, and assist with general office functions providing them with a wealth of experience in student engagement.
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Graduate Assistantship at Stevens Institute of Technology

2 available assistantship positions in the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion available (see job descriptions attached). We offer $15,000 a year ($20/hour, 20 hours/week) plus optional housing and professional development funding. No tuition remission.

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Cassandra Graham, Ph.D.

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Dr. Rong Chen, Ph.D. (Mentor)
Dr. Robert Kelchen, Ph.D.
Dr. Omayra Arocho, Ph.D.

Oral Defense: May 12, 2022 @ 12:30pm via Teams

Job Posting: Coordinator – Center for Student and Community Engagement at Adelphi University


Work to enhance the overall educational experience of students by fostering learning and leadership opportunities, providing a teamwork approach in support of the activities program and assisting with the coordination and the advisement of Student Affairs programs.  Along with the other staff members, there will be principal areas of responsibilities for each position described in the following section.

REPORTS TO: Associate Director


  1. Oversee the development of Leadership Programs including the Leadership Certificate Program, Summer Leadership Institute and the National Society of Leadership and Success.
  2. Coordinate a comprehensive calendar of university Civic Engagement programs including Relay for Life, AU Cares Days and Panther Days of Service.
  3. Oversee the development of national and international service programs and the implementation of training for chaperones of Alternative Break programs.
  4. Provide oversight to the Panther Pantry, including the pantry’s operations, volunteer structure and strategic growth.
  5. Serve as the liaison to a cohort of student organizations.
  6. Assist in professional coverage of evening and weekend programming.
  7. Assist in the development and implementation of division-wide initiatives including student orientation programs, Spirit Weekend and Welcome Weekend.
  8. Assist in the development of a comprehensive marketing and promotion strategy for the department.
  9. Perform other job-related duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS: (Knowledge, Skills and Abilities)

  1. Excellent interpersonal skills.
  2. Exemplary organizational skills with a strong emphasis on detail.
  3. Strong leadership and program planning skills.
  4. Experience working in a team setting to achieve departmental goals and objectives.
  5. Ability to prioritize workload.
  6. Excellent writing and communication skills.
  7. Strong computer skills using Google Docs, Microsoft Word, Excel, Design Software, Social Media and E-mail.
  8. Ability to promote high ethical standards and manage multiple tasks.
  9. Ability to interact with a diverse student body.
  10. Evening and weekend work required.


  1. Bachelor’s degree required.
  2. One to two years of experience within the Student Affairs area is required.


  1. Student Workers.
  2. Graduate Assistants

Apply here:

Job Posting: Career Management Specialist (Temporary) – Rutgers University, Livingston campus – School of Management & Labor Relations – Piscataway, NJ location

This paid part time position (around 20-25 hours per week; availability to be flexible), which will only be for the Fall 2022 semester (September – December 2022) will primarily provide career service support to undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni from the School of Management & Labor Relations (SMLR) programs. The position will be located at the Janice Levin Building on Livingston Campus, but may require periodic visits to the Labor Ed Center on the Cook/Douglass campus. Hours are expected to be 9AM to 5PM, Monday through Friday, with hours extended to 8:30pm for special events, scheduled by mutual agreement. Hours are subject to change.

 Key Duties and Responsibilities

  • Provide supplemental organization 1:1 specific counseling to individuals virtually and in person on the Livingston campus in Piscataway.
  • Make presentations to student groups; visit classrooms and events to discuss Career Services offerings.
  • Assist with school-wide collection of annual post-graduation data
  • Assist other staff members oversee four undergraduate student employees daily tasks supporting career service initiatives
  • Conduct outreach to SMLR alumni for career service events
  • Initiate and implement new weekly content for the Career Services Instagram and LinkedIn social media platforms to promote SMLR career services and events to students; coordinate “spotlight” features to collaborate with SMLR alumni and employers.  Regularly partner with SMLR Communications team on new social media initiatives and SMLR Career Services website maintenance.
  • Collaborate with Student Groups (RU SHRM undergraduate & graduate, RU Power, RU LERA) to promote career services


Bachelor’s degree. Knowledge of Microsoft Office – Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, Strong interpersonal and effective presentation skills, experience with career management concepts, exceptional listening skills.

Level of Decision Making:

The position will exercise discretion in regard to the various tactics used to assist students in career preparation and development.

Scope and Impact:

This individual will assist in the development of new employment opportunities for students and alumni.

Interested, email me: