Perform recruitment, application evaluation, and programming involved with the enrollment of freshmen and transfer students to Radford University. Must be highly motivated, goal oriented, attentive to detail, well organized, able to multi-task and work well under pressure and with diverse constituencies. Ideal candidate must possess a strong desire to work with prospective students and their families; demonstrate a genuine desire to represent Radford University and all its programs (to include college fairs and high school visits) with a positive attitude; possess strong verbal and written communication skills as well as computer and interpersonal skills. Candidate must be able to travel in and out-of-state in support of enrollment initiatives and be able to lift or move up to 20 pounds.
Jefferson Community College, Watertown, NY, a member of the State University of New York (SUNY) system, is conducting a search for a full-time Director of Admissions. Reporting to the Dean of Enrollment, this position is a key member of the Enrollment Services leadership team and provides strategic leadership for admissions outreach and operations to meet college enrollment goals. Jefferson Community College is seeking candidates who possess excellent management, data analysis, and public speaking skills, and who have a strong task orientation, attention to detail, and are able to work effectively with students from diverse backgrounds.
The Admission Counselor/Senior Admission Counselor for Talented Student Recruitment is responsible for representing the University of Colorado Boulder to various constituents including prospective students, family members, high school counselors, on- and off- campus partners and top scholar enrichment programs, and community leaders. This individual will be responsible for assisting in the development of a recruitment strategy in a designated regional territory. This individual will execute a wide range of recruitment activities including high school visits, college fairs, area receptions and individual meetings. This position is responsible for the evaluation of admission applications and will join a team driven by clearly shaped enrollment goals. A passion for results and the ability to work both collaboratively and independently in a team-focused and heavily performance driven environment are essential.
We're exactly two weeks away from the 2018 ASCA Annual Conference! Here are a few reminders and updates for you to consider as you prepare to "Reach For the Stars" in Los Angeles.
RAMP Up at the RAMP Fair
Make plans to check out the RAMP Fair – ASCA’s version of a college fair. Visit a dozen different booths to learn more about each component of the RAMP application. Bring along your in-the-works RAMP application, and get feedback from lead RAMP reviewers about your progress. Bring your whole team, and divide and conquer to get the most from the RAMP Fair on Sunday, July 15, 2018, from 11 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Don't Miss the EduTours & College Tours
Your conference experience doesn't have to end on Tuesday morning. Sign up for one of the EduTours or college tours to learn about college and career options for students at a number of local companies, organizations and higher education institutions including:
Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority
USC Film School
Mount Saint Mary’s University
California State University – Downtown L.A. campus
The Center for Postsecondary Readiness and Success, in collaboration with ASCA, will be conducting two 90-minute focus groups at the conference and is looking for school counselors who are interested in sharing their thoughts on (1) developing college and career counseling competencies and (2) creating a research agenda guided by practitioners. The groups will meet on Saturday, July 14, 2018, in the Los Angeles Convention Center, Room 401. College and Career Counseling Competencies (1:30–3 p.m.) What do school counselors need to be successful when guiding/advising/counseling students thru their postsecondary planning (college and career)? What skills and knowledge should be non-negotiable when considering any professional who provides student guidance as they navigate postsecondary options? Creating a Research Agenda (3:30–5 p.m.) Are you a school counselor interested in building strong research partnerships to guide your comprehensive school counseling program? Are you a school counselor educator with ideas to strengthen college and career counseling research? Are you a doctoral student with suggestions to strengthen your research journey? If you're interested in sharing your ideas, please send your name, contact information and identify which focus group you are interested in participating in to Laura Owen by July 11, 2018.
Final Reminder - #ASCA18 is a Program-Free Conference
ASCA will not provide a printed program or printed handouts for education sessions. All session information (room numbers, handouts, etc.) are available on the conference mobile app. Be sure to download the conference app and bring your smart phone, tablet or laptop to use onsite.Review the website or mobile app in advance to start deciding which sessions you'll attend. Advanced preparation is your key to making the most out of your experience at the meeting. You'll log into the app with the e-mail address you used to register for the conference (see above for the e-mail address you have on file). The first time you log in, you'll be asked to select a password for yourself. Get the app on Google Play or in the Apple Store. Don't have a smart phone or tablet? You can also view all the app information on your laptop/desktop computer via the web.