Members to NAGC can receive three publications -- Parenting for Gifted Children, Teaching for High Potential, and the academic journal, Gifted Child Quarterly. All are available through the mail and online.
We are seeking a Teacher Education Pathway Advisor who will primarily be responsible for student retention and degree/certificate completion. The Education Advisor will provide available services, support, and resources to increase academic readiness, progress, and success. Using a case management approach, the Education Advisor will focus on creating and monitoring a database to assist and support students, regularly checking academic progress, and providing follow when necessary.
This a full-time, administrative position.
Examples of Duties
Assist students in overcoming barriers to persistence, completion, and transfer
Meet with assigned students least twice per semester, using email, phone, FaceTime, text, or in-person meetings
Train students to navigate student portal and other PCCC IT resources
Assist students with academic program planning and provide academic advice and career guidance
Ensure that students participate in services and activities
Maintain extensive contact with faculty, staff and peer tutors to ensure that students are benefiting from a supportive network
Make recommendations for improved academic support and interventions
Perform other related duties, as assigned
Bachelor's degree in related area required
Ability to work in multi-ethnic, multi-cultural environment
Experience working in higher education required
Experience with Ellucian student information systems preferred
Travel to satellite campuses as required
The completion of a background check will be required for the selected candidate.
PCCC offers high-quality, flexible, educational and cultural programs that meet the needs of Passaic County residents. The College provides its students with a strong general education foundation for further study and opportunities for career preparation and lifelong learning. Impassioned by our commitment to student progress and program completion, the College strives to address a wide variety of student learning needs through excellence in teaching, innovative and effective use of technology, multiple instructional methods and developmental and ESL programs that provide access to college-level programs. The College?s supportive learning environment fosters student success and faculty excellence. Through a culture of evidence and inquiry, the College is an effective steward of its physical, financial, and intellectual resources.