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AAC STEM Thrive-Grad Program Description:
The Thrive Grad Senior Seminars are workshops/events designed to engage students in the following areas; Financial Literacy, Career Prep, Graduate School, Transitions, and Service Post-Grad Options and Wellbeing. This is the last program students participate during their last 2 semesters at the AAC after completing the Arrive and Thrive program. These Seminars vary in presentation styles as well as presenters, which may include workshops, one-on-one meetings, conferences, or trips. 

Program Objectives:
In these Seminars, students will:
·       Continue to build financial literacy skills for post-graduation
·       Be provided with introductory information regarding graduate school
·       Identify next-steps if they are considering graduate school 
·       Learn how to navigate a job search process and explore options for post-graduation
·       Reflect upon life transitions after graduation in order to help talk through support
·       Be informed of ways to engage in their career development via service options after graduation

The Academic Advancement Center Student Thrive-Grad Coordinator reports directly to the AAC Thrive-Grad Coordinator. This is a collaborative position with mostly administrative responsibilities 7-10 hours per week. Guidance and support will be provided weekly through one-on-one check-in meetings with the Program Coordinator. Administrative responsibilities include the following:

General Responsibilities:
Manage Program Information
  • Create tracking forms for all workshop logistics each semester (dates, times, descriptions)
  • Create attendance tracking forms to update weekly in database
Manage Assessment
  • Help create assessment surveys to help meet program objectives
  • Compile assessment responses for reporting
Advertisement Efforts
  • Create flyers, update bulletin boards, and help update online newsletter for all program/events in Thrive-Grad
  • Update appropriate AAC staff to help market flyers to AAC participants
Program/Events Support
  • Student has opportunity to create and lead community events/efforts to help meet additional Thrive-Grad program goals. Examples include: Student of the week highlights for newsletters and end-of-year celebrations, Graduation celebration initiatives, etc.)
  • Opportunity to collaborate with other AAC student program coordinators regarding community events
  • Student has autonomy to create program initiative (i.e. GRE/MCAT/LAST resource guide for AAC students)

Other duties as assigned

  • Be an enrolled student who is eligible for work-study. Have a work-study award at the start of Fall 2021
  • Be on good academic standing (if GPA is below 2.0, application may still be considered)
  • Must have good communication and organizational skills
  • Demonstrated commitment to and understanding of diversity and inclusion
  • Computer skills (Microsoft Word, Publisher, Excel, Canva, Microsoft Teams, etc.) or the ability to quickly learn new programs
  • Detail-oriented with strong interpersonal skills and time management
  • Ability to follow through, and operate independently or collaboratively with projects
  • Special consideration given for applicants who are current AAC participants

Background Check:
  • Colorado State University may conduct background checks on all final candidates

Development Opportunities:
  • Strengthen organizational and communication skills
  • Strengthen online platform skills
  • Strengthen working independently skills
  • Develop professional and relatable communication skills
  • Opportunity/Strongly encouragement for autonomy in program initiatives
  • Help make the vision of the AAC community a reality

Work Study Pay:
$12.32 Per Hour

Benefit Information:
Employee Benefit information can be found on Hrs Website ,