Reporting to the Associate Dean of the College and Director of Programs for Access and Inclusion, the Associate Director will create, implement, and manage programs and initiatives within the Office of the Dean of the College that support and advance Princeton's commitment to an inclusive student body.
The Associate Director administers and manages and helps set a strategic vision for the Freshman Scholars Institute, an academically rigorous, multi-disciplinary seven-week program for entering Princeton students and the Scholars Institute Fellows Program, a four-year mentorship program for first-generation, lower-income, and underrepresented Princeton students under the supervision of the Associate Dean.
To achieve this, the Interim Associate Director will collaborate and liaise with faculty and staff from across the University; provide high-touch mentorship and supplemental advising for program participants and other first-generation, lower-income, and historically underrepresented students at Princeton; develop and deliver programming, events, and workshops; and train, supervise, and advise student employees.
The Associate Director is also a key staff member of the Office of the Dean of the College's Programs for Access and Inclusion (PAI) and advises and collaborates on other programs within that office, including the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Program and Transfer and Non-Traditional Student Programs.
Primary responsibilities within the SIFP and FSI programs include:
Other responsibilities supporting Programs for Access and Inclusion:
For full consideration, please apply no later than June 29,2018.
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