As a part of the Success Boston initiative, PIC postsecondary coaches provide college and career support to Boston Public Schools (BPS) graduates transitioning from high school to local two-year colleges in order to increase college persistence and completion rates. The work is part of a larger citywide initiative to improve college outcomes for BPS graduates. The PIC postsecondary coach would be part of a team of six, who coach at Bunker Hill Community College, Roxbury Community College, Quincy College, Benjamin Franklin Institute for Technology and UMass Boston. Postsecondary coaches are responsible for student recruitment, transition support, persistence coaching, program reporting, and support for employer partnerships. We do our work in conjunction with a policy and practice community that applies what we learn to better support college completion for students.
To apply, email cover letter and resume to Cameron Mendes-Moreau by Thursday, April 28.
As a part of the Pathways to Prosperity Network (PTPN), funded by the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development, the Pathways Career Coach will serve young adults, between the ages of 18-24, who are currently living in state-subsidized housing and are not engaged in education, employment, or training who may have multiple barriers to long-term success. The goal is to help them move forward with their education and career goals by providing high quality career coaching services, career planning, financial capability services, and access to education and job training resources.
To apply, email cover letter and resume to Cameron Mendes-Moreau by Friday, May 25.
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