EOP Team Member Recruitment
If you are interested in supporting educational equity, developing your leadership skills, honing your talents, and working with a fun group of peer and professional staff, the Educational Opportunity Program is the place for you! The Educational Opportunity Program is a part of the Center for Opportunity Scholar Success, which is a cluster home to the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), the Guardian Scholars Program (GSP) and the Special Transitional Enrichment Program (STEP), who offer holistic support to first-generation and low-income scholars. Collectively, the Center for Opportunity Scholar Success team works to support the transition, persistence and long-term advancement of foster youth, former foster youth, low-income and first-generation students. Our peers can be found leading innovative workshops, providing holistic advising and/or conducting outreach at any of our partner locations. The entire team is committed to resource sharing and advocating on behalf of the first-generation scholar’s community.
Applications are open every January - recruitment for the 2022-2023 academic has closed. Click on title for job description.
- Peer Advising Counselor (PAC) - for Advising: During the academic year this position will primarily focus on advising students during the hours of operation and will only support with EOP led events as determined by career staff.
- Peer Advising Counselor (PAC) - for Event Planning: During the academic year this position will work on teams to coordinate events centered around EOP pillars, community needs and support with EOP annual events.
- Peer Advising Counselor (PAC) - for Cohorts: During the academic year this position will primarily focus will be providing logistical support to the students enrolled in EOPs cohorts, serve as point of contact for outreach, communication and engagement with the cohorts.
- Community Retention Advocate: During the academic year the Community Retention Advocate develops and implements relevant events and services for first generation and low-income students, sits on campus committees to advocate for EOP population and assesses the needs of EOP students. This position is eligible for compensation via inclusive stipend for student's engagement regardless of citizenship status.
- Graphic Designer: The Graphic Designer is a member of the EOP Communications Leadership team. The Communications Team is responsible for creating and updating The Center for the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) publications and promotional materials. The team consists of multiple graphic designers and a lead who reports to the EOP Retention Specialist. This position is eligible for compensation via inclusive stipend for student's engagement regardless of citizenship status.
Applications for open positions are posted in January of each academic year. For more information, please email email@example.com to be added to our mailing list if you are currently not receiving our newsletter with current updates.