UNIVERSITY OF IOWA Upward Bound Virtual Summer Internship Advisor in Iowa City, Iowa
Upward Bound Virtual Summer Internship AdvisorPosting ID123443DepartmentCenter for Diversity and Enrichment/Office of the ProvostJobcodeTemp Professional EmployeeWorking TitleUpward Bound Virtual Summer Internship AdvisorDetailsThe University of Iowa TRIO Upward Bound Project is seeking a Virtual Summer Internship Advisor for the 2021 Summer Program.Basic function and responsibility: Student-success driven position that facilitates support of agroup of no more than 10 9th to 12th (incoming first-year college) Upward Bound students throughoutthe 8-week Virtual Summer Program Internship Component. Summer Internship Advisors will beresponsible for providing individual career advising that will aide students to complete their end-of programCareer Projects/Presentations.See contact below for full job description.SALARY INFO:Starting at $24 per hour (dependent upon related experience)Maximum requirement of twenty (21) hours per week. Each week, all Internship Advisors will beexpected to: complete one (1) hour of prep time per individual student, meet with each individualstudent in their designated group for one (1) hour, attend a one (1) hour weekly staff meeting with theInternships Coordinator.Attendance at the training/special event dates listed below is required.REQUIRED EVENTS CALENDAR (June 4, 2021- August 6, 2021):June 4thSummer Internships Component Staff OrientationJune 9th or 10th All Summer Staff TrainingJune 11th Opening CeremonyJune 14th - July 23rdVirtual Summer Program DatesJuly 23rdClosing CeremonyJuly 26th - July 30th Internship Work WeekAugust 2nd - August 6thInternship Capstone ProjectOTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATIONAsk questions and seek out explanations to fully understand your job dutiesOutside employment is acceptable at the discretion of the Internships Coordinator as long as it does not conflict with times when Internship Advisors are expected to be working with participantsRequired: Bachelor's degreeAbility to effectively manage groups of high school studentsAbility to handle multiple assignments, conflicting demands and prioritiesDesired:Experience incorporating computer technology into teaching and learningExperience working with high school studentsExperience working with students from low-income backgrounds, multiethnic backgrounds, and/or who are potential first-generation college graduatesAppropriate background checks (e.g. criminal background checks and credential checks) will be conducted.ContactJENNIFER LYNCHPhone: 319-335-6708Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgApplication InstructionsReview of applications will begin immediately and will continue through May 31, 2021 or until positions are filled.E-mail letter of interest and resume to:Jennifer Lynch, Project Directorjenniferemail@example.com line: INTERNSHIP ADVISOR APPLICATIONAd Start Date03/09/2021Ad End Date05/31/2021The University of Iowa prohibits discrimination in employment or in its educational programs and activities on the basis of race, national origin, color, creed, religion, sex, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or associational preference. The University also affirms its commitment to providing equal opportunities and equal access to University facilities. Women and Minorities are encouraged to apply for all employment vacancies.