Closes: Tuesday, April 17, 2018
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- Completion of 2 semesters in college with a minimum GPA of 2.5.
- At least one year of work or volunteer experience with high school students in an educational setting required.
- Work experience in a youth camp setting.
- Work or volunteer experience with first-generation students and students from low-income families.
- Preference for candidates who have succeeded in overcoming barriers similar to those confronting the program's target population (i.e. candidates from first-generation or low-income backgrounds).
Central Carolina Community College's Upward Bound programs serve approximately 180 low-income, future first-generation high school students from Harnett and Lee County Schools with the goal ofincreasing the rate at which participants complete secondary education and enroll in and graduate from institutions of postsecondary education. Services provided by Upward Bound include: tutoring; college tours; SAT/ACT preparation and fee waivers; career exploration; summer residential programs at Campbell University; a summer internship program; assistance completing college admissions, financial aid, and scholarship applications; and the opportunity to take free college courses. Services are provided approximately once a month on Saturdays during the school year, and for six weeks during the summer. Once enrolled, students stay in the program until high school graduation. The program is offered at no cost to participants.
Central Carolina Community College is home to six (6) U.S. Department of Education federally-funded TRiO Programs, including Student Support Services, Student Support Services - STEM & Health Sciences, Upward Bound-Harnett County, Upward Bound-Lee County, Upward Bound Math & Science, and Veterans Upward Bound.
Residence Hall Night Monitor is responsible for ensuring the safety and security of approximately 45 high school students who will reside in a university residence hall during an academic, pre-college summer program. Residence Hall Night Monitor is responsible for reporting to the residence hall on time, monitoring the dormitory hallways regularly throughout the night, and providing a morning report to the Lead Summer Counselor each morning. Residence Hall Night Monitor also serves as a role model to program participants and is responsible for strictly enforcing the rules and regulations of the program.
Stipend: $2,100 plus meals and housing (7 weeks, June 18-August 5)
- Supervise UBMS students during summer program by monitoring residence hall hallways at Campbell University from approximately 10:00 pm to 6:00 am
- Provide a report to Lead Summer Counselor each morning
- Serve as role model, mentor, and tutor
- Assist with special events and travel, including a cultural enrichment trip
- Strictly enforce the rules and regulations of the Upward Bound program
How to Apply
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Central Carolina Community College Human Resources