The Princeton University Preparatory Program (PUPP) seeks a compassionate and experienced college access professional to join our team as Associate Director for College Counseling and Scholar Development. The responsibilities of the person holding this position fall essentially into five categories:
Since 2001, PUPP has worked directly with outstanding, low-income students from high schools in Mercer County, NJ. Throughout this time, PUPP has developed a comprehensive program that engages students, families, teachers, alumni, and others in order to support these young scholars as they strive to gain entry to and graduate from this country’s selective colleges and universities. We are deeply involved in our students’ lives – from our core mission of college preparation and access, to providing tutoring support, and offering personal guidance as our scholars negotiate a range of family and community challenges on their journeys toward post-secondary degree attainment.
School Year Academic and Personal Counseling:
Parent and Family Relations:
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