TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) is a Federal outreach and student service project designed to provide services for limited-income individuals, first-generation college students, and individuals with disabilities in their pursuit of a college degree. TRIO SSS provides direct support services to students in the form of academic tutoring, personal counseling, mentoring, and other supports necessary to increase the persistence, graduation, and transfer of participants.
The TRIO Student Success Advisor will employ a proactive, intentional, and holistic advising approach to look for and mitigate issues, concerns, and roadblocks to student success. This includes academic advising, financial aid, financial literacy, transfer, career, and personal development advising. The TRIO Student Success Advisor will coordinate academic support activities such as tutoring, service-learning leadership projects, and community events. Additionally, the TRIO Student Success Advisor will: - Develop and implement outreach and referral pathways to recruit prospective TRIO participants. - Participate in the intake process for TRIO SSS participants to include conducting orientations, interviews, and needs assessments. - Coordinate and teach TRIO SSS Summer Bridge, an introduction to college course provided to new SSS-eligible students preparing for their first semester at ACC.
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Arapahoe Community College was established in 1965 as the first two-year college in the greater Denver area. ACC provides students with innovative and responsive educational and economic opportunities. We are committed to preparing learners for life success by upholding the highest academic standards and supporting the growth and success of each individual.
This is a grant-funded position through August 2025. Continuation of this position is contingent on grant funding.
Applications accepted at: https://jobs.silkroad.com/Arapahoe/Careers/jobs/574
- Bachelor’s degree in education, psychology, social work, counseling, business, or other relevant fields from an accredited institution.
- One year of experience in postsecondary academic advising and program coordination, preferably working with underrepresented student populations including Students of Color, low-income, first-generation, and students with disabilities.
- Experience with project planning and coordination
- Valid driver’s license.
- Familiarity with the mission and operation of Federal TRIO projects.