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Job Opportunity: Admissions Counselor

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Job no: 495267
Full time/Part time: Full-time
Location: South Orange
Categories: Administrator

The Admissions Counselor will be responsible for all front-line customer services including communication related to the Admissions process of Seton Hall University. The Admissions Counselor will be responsible for receiving and delivering all electronic, voice and in-person related information pertaining to the inquiry application and enrollment processes of the Office of Admissions. The Admissions Counselor will be responsible for assessing the customer service provided by the Office of Admissions and suggesting ways to enhance the services provided. Additionally, this position will be responsible for meeting with and speaking to students and families, specifically in terms of the application process, decision process, and financial aid process. The Admissions Counselor will make decisions on the applications of students when necessary and will be well-versed in the enrollment process to better assist prospective students in their application/financial aid review.
Additionally, this position will be responsible for providing daily information sessions to campus visitors prior to taking a tour as well as conducting interviews of prospective students. They may also be responsible for providing tours. The Admissions Counselor will need to be customer service oriented with a strong desire to work with others. The Admissions Counselor should also be available to work some weekend and evening events throughout a recruitment cycle.

Duties and Responsibilities:

1. Monitor and respond to questions throughout various forms of communication including telephone, email and social needs in a timely fashion. Provide prospective students application status information, general Seton Hall information, application process information, program specific information. Meet with prospective students, families and other visitors who arrive in the Admissions Office on a daily basis. Provide answers to questions, solve issues, direct visitors to appropriate departments when necessary. Conduct interviews to a range of student populations including prospective freshmen, transfer and wait listed students. Assess the student’s interview and provide feedback that will aid in the selection process for potential admission to the University. Advise students on the application process and assess an applicant’s portfolio. Assist students and families with their financial aid package and suggest other outlets for financing a student’s education.

2. Present daily information sessions to a range of visitors (accepted students, prospective students, transfer students, guidance counselors, parents, etc.) and provide campus tours when needed. Compile reports and data as it pertains to visit programs and customer contact as well as assist with customer service needs and procedures. Assess the customer service efforts of the Undergraduate Admissions Office and implement new procedures for an enhanced and revised procedure in assisting campus visitors.

3. Assist with application review and make decisions on incoming freshman and transfer applications, when needed. Assist with text comments. Support the background admissions operations such as processing applications, compiling data entry, mailings, etc.

4. Assist with arranging classroom visits, event planning, scheduling, programming and any other logistical needs to support the admissions operation.
– May be required to work Saturday information sessions as part of the weekend tour times as well as assist with Open Houses and other events which occur in the evening or weekends.

Required Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree required with 1-2 years of experience in customer service and/or student service required. Advanced degree may substitute for required work experience.

– Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community.
– Ability to analyze and interpret the needs of customers and offer appropriate solutions
– Strong verbal and written communication skills and the ability to present information effectively to groups
– Computer literacy in Microsoft Office Suite

Desired Qualifications:

Experience in student database software preferred

Salary Grade:

AD130 – Administrative



Physical Demands:

General Office Environment

Special Instructions to Applicants:

Job Opportunity: Education Data Analyst / Data Strategist with the Strategic Data Project at the Center for Education Policy Research at Harvard University

Position: Education Data Analyst / Data Strategist (“SDP Data Fellow”)
Location: Multiple US Locations (see below)
Compensation: $75,000 – $90,000 annual salary plus benefits
Duration: Summer/Fall 2023 through Summer 2025 (with potential options for continued employment)

Join a powerful, growing community of over 500 forward-thinking data advocates and leaders across more than 38 states and 240+ education organizations. The Strategic Data Project (SDP) is an initiative of the Center for Education Policy Research at Harvard University. The SDP Fellowship program helps school system leaders use data and evidence in strategic decision-making to improve public education. By placing fellows in school systems and education organizations across the United States, SDP provides a unique entry point for passionate quantitative researchers and data strategists who want to make a difference.  

The SDP Fellowship is a unique opportunity, combining full-time employment as an education data analyst/data strategist at an SDP-approved partner organization (a school district, state education agency, postsecondary system, non-profit, etc.) and two-years of intensive in-person and virtual professional development, training, and mentorship to build your toolkit as an education data leader. As a fellow, you and your host agency will develop clear priorities and plans for using data and build organizational willingness to use data for decision-making. Over the course of two years, fellows participate in a series of tailored workshops, both virtual and in person, to develop their measurement, leadership, communication and education policy skills. Training is delivered by Harvard-affiliated researchers and practitioners and fellows are supported by faculty advisors, Fellowship alumni mentors, and their colleagues across the SDP network. 

Learn more about past fellows’ work by visiting the SDP blog. In the past, fellows have tackled strategic data projects in one of the following focus areas: 

  • program evaluation 
  • data visualization 
  • early warning indicator systems 
  • data management governance 
  • survey design and analysis 
  • data dashboards 
  • student pathways and postsecondary success 
  • educator quality, pipeline, and training   

Fellows are paid an annual salary of $75,000-90,000 USD plus appropriate benefits by their placement organization. Salary is commensurate with experience and must be negotiated with the host organization. The Fellowship lasts two years (Summer/Fall 2023 through Summer 2025) with the possibility for longer-term employment.


Fellowship placements are available in various locations across the United States and shift from year to year. SDP is currently selecting placement organizations. A sample of currently available locations/projects includes:

  1. California: A state-level partner organization in California is looking for a fellow to support standing up their new state longitudinal data system. The ideal candidate has a solid understanding of large-scale interoperability with data and is excited to work closely with various stakeholders.
  2. California: A postsecondary organization in the Los Angeles area seeks a fellow to help dig into the influence of the pandemic on postsecondary instructional practice and student outcomes. The ideal candidate is comfortable with large-scale administrative data, an interest in community colleges, and experience with quantitative and qualitative analyses.
  3. Delaware: A returning SDP partner organization in Delaware seeks a candidate highly skilled with SQL and predictive analytics and an interest in communicating about data to nontechnical audiences to support a project around teacher pipelines and postsecondary CTE.
  4. Georgia: A school district in the Atlanta area seeks a fellow to help develop a culture of program evaluation and begin evaluating resource allocation and implementation. This candidate should have program evaluation experience, an interest in relationship-building and stakeholder management, and an interest in data visualization.
  5. New Jersey: A school district north of Newark seeks a fellow to support data use around grades and credit completion to guide students to graduation. The ideal candidate should have familiarity with Python and/or SQL as well as stakeholder management and relationship-building skills.
  6. Maryland: higher education institution located near Baltimore and Washington DC; more information forthcoming
  7. North Carolina: A school district near Greensboro seeks a fellow to support mixed methods research and program evaluation around COVID-19 academic recovery. The ideal candidate should have strong relationship-building, communication, and organizational skills.  
  8. Georgia: A returning SDP partner and school district in the Atlanta area seeks a fellow to support equity-oriented research and evaluation efforts; more information forthcoming
  9. Remote: A national nonprofit seeks a fellow to distill trends from administrative data on school performance and student achievement. The ideal candidate is proficient with merging and identifying insights from large datasets, skilled with data visualization, has excellent attention to detail, and is excited and energized when it comes to change management.
  10. New York: postsecondary agency near Albany; more information forthcoming
  11. Oklahoma: school district located in the Tulsa area; more information forthcoming

This list is subject to change and additional placements/locations will be added soon! Candidates who successfully progress through the SDP Fellowship selection process will learn more details about available placements.


The Strategic Data Project seeks candidates who possess: 

  • a strong background in applied quantitative analysis
  • an advanced degree (Master’s or higher) completed by summer 2023 
  • at least four years of relevant full-time work experience by summer 2023 (waived for those with a PhD)
  • a demonstrated passion for education reform and improving outcomes for all students
  • a track record of collaboration, humility, and ability to guide change 
  • an entrepreneurial and innovative spirit     
  • flexibility, adaptability, and persistence 
  • ability to communicate complex information to various audiences in written, verbal, and visual formats

*** We are unable to provide visa sponsorship ***

Benefits of the SDP Fellowship

  • Two-years of full-time employment with annual salary + benefits, with potential for continued employment
  • Mission-driven analytic work, tackling high-impact challenges in the education sector
  • Network of talented life-long colleagues and peers in the education data field
  • Ongoing professional development and training
  • In-person and virtual workshops, learning modules, and conferences (travel + lodging included)
  • Active network-wide slack channel
  • Word class mentorship from faculty (Harvard + other institutions)and SDP fellowship alumni
  • Global alumni network
  • Pathways to leadership

The Application Process

Upcoming Deadline:

  • Applications are due by March 23, 2023 at 9:00am ET
  • Applications will be reviewed following the Round III application deadline on March 23, 2023 at 9:00am ET 
  • Analytic Task: due April 3, 2023 
  • Virtual Screening Interviews: April 17-21, 2023
  • Final Virtual Selection Day Interviews: May 3 + May 4, 2023
  • Placement interviews: Spring/Summer 2023

Additional May 2023 application deadline to be announced.

Following each application deadline, we will invite successful candidates to move through the selection process. This process includes a technical analytic assignment, a virtual screening interview, and a virtual interview day. Candidates who are selected from the virtual interview day will interview remotely or on-site at an SDP partner organization. After receiving and accepting an offer from a placement, fellows are welcomed to the fellowship.

Please follow the link to complete the online application:  SDP Online Application

NJEEDS Summer Opportunity Announcement

We are excited to announce two opportunities returning this summer!

The first is the State Data Policy Internship Program. This program is designed to provide practical experiences to graduate students interested in policy research integrating principles of computer science, information science, inferential statistics, and public policy. The positions will have primary responsibilities for the continued development of the New Jersey Education to Earnings Data System (NJEEDS). This position is open to students at the graduate level attending any higher education institution that is authorized to operate in the State of New Jersey. 

For more information about the internship program, including job responsibilities, eligibility requirements, and application process details, please click here or visit

The second opportunity is the NJEEDS grant program. In order to better understand how the data system can serve the community and to meet the demand for using the data, the data owners have authorized a grant and training program to qualified researchers to conduct research for the benefit of state agencies and educational and workforce programs. Grants will be around $3,000 and include applied data analytics training and access to de-identified longitudinal data.

For more information about the grant program, including application timeline, eligibility, and proposal requirements, please click here or




  • Teacher of Students with Disbilities certification
  • Teacher of English or Middle School with Subject Matter Specialization/Language Arts, Literacy Specialization in Grades 5-8 certification is required


  • Provide coordination and leadership of the classroom 
  • Demonstrate an understanding of current best practices in the teaching of special education students
  • Implement appropriate accommodations and modifications as per student IEP,  write student progress reports
  • Deliver individualized and group instruction and other educational objectives 
  • Collaborate with other professionals

 Start Date: March, 2023

Job Opportunity: Assistant Director of Student Development and Leadership Programs – McDonough School of Business – Georgetown University

Located in a historic neighborhood in the nation’s capital, Georgetown offers rigorous academic programs, a global perspective, exciting ways to take advantage of Washington, D.C., and a commitment to social justice. Our community is a tight knit group of remarkable individuals interested in intellectual inquiry and making a difference in the world.


Assistant Director of Student Development and Leadership Programs – McDonough School of Business – Georgetown University

At Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business, our mission is to build global business knowledge and inspire ethical leaders to serve the common good. Our Undergraduate Program Office staff collectively advise 1300 undergraduates pursuing six different majors and a variety of minors, fellowships, and joint programs in the Bachelor of Science degree portfolio.

Job Overview

The Assistant Director of Student Development and Leadership Programs manages the McDonough School of Business student leadership portfolio, including pre-orientation, orientation, wellness, peer mentoring, and leadership programs. Accordingly, they cultivate and maintain a thorough understanding of the McDonough undergraduate curriculum and co-curriculum, as they relate to student success and holistic leadership growth.

Work Interactions

Reporting directly to the Assistant Dean for Student Success, the Assistant Director of Student Development and Leadership Programs interacts frequently with approximately 10 other Assistant, Associate, and Vice Deans, as well as the Dean’s Office administrative staff, McDonough School Area Coordinators, the Center for Student Engagement, and external partners.


  • Bachelor’s degree or significant administrative experience
  • 1 to 3 years of work experience in a complex office environment – preferably an academic administrative office
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, meet time-sensitive deadlines, and set priorities
  • Strong orientation to detail
  • Strong problem-solving skills and a high aptitude for analytical thought
  • Ability to work well under pressure and function as a team player
  • Sensitivity to the needs and concerns of a diverse student population
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Experienced with oversight of student clubs and organizations
  • Ability to plan and conduct short-term and long-term training focused on student development and success

Preferred qualification

Familiarity with Jesuit higher education

Work Mode: Hybrid. Please note that work mode designations are regularly reviewed in order to meet the evolving needs of the University. Such review may necessitate a change to a position’s mode of work designation. Complete details about Georgetown University’s mode of work designations for staff and AAP positions can be found on the Department of Human Resources Mode of Work Designation.

Apply: Georgetown Career Opportunities (

Internship Opportunity: FDU Honors

FDU Honors
Spring 2023: Internship Opportunity

Honors at FDU serves a select group of gifted students seeking to challenge themselves academically and socially, by providing opportunities for scholarly and community engagement that enhance the academic experience.


The ideal candidate for this position will be available 10 hours per week for 15 weeks during the spring semester (1/23/23 – 5/6/23) and will be based on our Metropolitan campus in Teaneck, NJ. A sample of the opportunities the Honors Intern would engage in include:
• Develop content and programming for Honors students on the Metropolitan campus
• Participate in the evaluation and reimaging of current programs
• Co-manage (along with the Honors program coordinator) a team of student workers in the delegation of Honors tasks
• Assist with the Honors admission process, such as reading applications, participating in interviews, advising prospective students and family, and attending Honors Day in March
• Assist with Honors Research Week in April
• Additional projects can be tailored to support intern’s interests in higher education


• Master’s level graduate student in a higher education, student affairs, or related field
• Possess strong administrative, organizational, and interpersonal communication skills
• Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced work environment. Flexibility and adaptability are key components to success in this position
• Experience and/or interest in building a community for students through various modes of engagement (such as social media, in-person/virtual, text messaging)
• Experience and/or interest in student assessment and using analytics to make data-driven decisions.
• Experience and/or interest in social media (preferred)


• The Honors unit is a cross between academic and student affairs and allows for the exploration of a variety of student services provided throughout a student’s collegiate career: admissions through alumni
• Opportunity for mentorship with the Honors faculty director and staff assistant director
• Application of student development theory in engaging students in the post-pandemic climate and creating an inclusive environment that celebrates diversity

Application & Selection

Application deadline is Wednesday, December 7, 2022.

To apply, please email a letter of interest and a resume to In your letter, please articulate your interest in the position, any related experience, and goals you have for the internship.