This position carries a lot of responsibilities and requests to demonstrate leadership skills like critical thinking, conflict management, negotiation and motivation, personal development, time management, research and prepare reports and so on. My bachelor’s degree and 4 or 5 years of experience would give me a great chance to get the job of this position.
I am writing to express my interest in the Program Coordinator position at Breakthrough Central Texas. I am interested in this position because I strongly believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to attend college and fulfill their dreams, but I also know that the playing field is not leveled for everyone. I want to work in an environment that empowers and supports the youth to reach their full potential and this position offers that incredible opportunity.
I am interested in the position of Resident Assistant at The University of South Dakota because it would allow me to take the experience I have gained in the last two semesters as an Resident Assistant and be able to apply them to a new residence hall to help grow a splendid learning community. My two semesters of being a Resident Assistant at USD and my experience at being the President of The University of South Dakota Climbing Team has given me a great organization skills and a greater understanding of the commitment this position requires.
Based on the analysis of the data collected for this research, academic and social assimilation was necessary to keep African American women college students in community colleges. Every mentoring relationship may differ student to student, but overall, mentoring helps students to develop self-confidence, educational goals, and the aspiration to be successful in an educational setting. As seen in the results of this survey, students thought that consulting was the most helpful service offered by the AASP, as faculty mentors were able to develop compelling relationships outside the classroom to contribute to their academic success. Students took advantage counseling sessions provided to them as 58% of students
In 2014, the Lincoln County Resource Board completed an Assessment of Needs (completed by Dr. Cynthia Berry) based on 2007-2013 data. The “Demographics of Lincoln County” section of the report captured statistics on the population and general demographic information, poverty, insurance, unemployment, income, children receiving cash assistance and food stamps, and data on the special needs population. A review of this information reveals the need to continue the Therapeutic Mentoring program to enhance protective factors and facilitate family stability.
I am writing to apply for a position as a College Counselor within Carolina College Advising Corp. I became informed of this position through Sheena Jacobs, Assistant Director of University Career Services.
This role has strengthened my leadership skills exponentially. I am responsible for conducting meetings, planning events, and acting as liaison between teachers and students. Contributing to my school is very important to me.
I believe that I am a quality candidate for the Instructional Assistant position, as I have 5 years’ experience in various educational support roles. In each position, be it as a Library Assistant in the Westbrook LRC, Student Aide, or as FOSS Coordinator, I utilized my strategic planning, organizing and excellent communication skills to add value to the educational experience of the students and staff with whom I worked.
I was a Warrior connection leader for this year’s freshmen and I have some experience with working with freshmen. I could utilize my past experience. Next year, I will be ASB Executive Vice President and
The Lindy Scholars Advisor position is the perfect way for me to continue my commitment to community and volunteer service in the Drexel community. I have a strong interest in working with children and The Lindy Scholars Program is a great opportunity to provide a mentorship and develop an even deeper connection with children. I am very passionate about tutoring and teaching after a few years of experience in junior high school and high school. I believe I would be an ideal candidate for the position. I also have past work and volunteer experience of, which I feel will be a great benefit to Lindy Scholars Program too.
You have been identified as someone that has interest in serving as a corporate mentor for a Beacon intern. I have emailed your leader and they have approved me reaching out to you to discuss the mentoring portion of the Beacon program, role of the mentor, and expectations of a Beacon mentor. I will be meeting with several individuals and ultimately 12 will be selected following these discussions.
I am aware that the mentorship chair position at PRID is vacant. Rose Trabert( CCBC mentor) had this position. She and I worked very well together at CCBC, coordinating mentors and mentees and teaming with students on a particular job site. After a few months, I was asked to take over the site. I accepted the position. Now, I am busy mentoring CCBC students at two sites. Rose has asked me on a few occasions to mentor students for PCRID. As much as I wanted to I had to decline the offer because, in addition to mentoring interpreters, I also mentor scientists and I am the Program Director for the DC Metro HBCU Alumni Alliance Inc. My tenure as Vice President for Morgan State University's Alumni Association DC Chapter is over
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