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Student Advisor

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Duties:  Represent and advocate for the Educational Talent Search program at target schools and in the community.  Provide academic, career, financial aid, and post secondary admission counseling to student participants.  Conduct monthly workshops on relevant topics and coordinate cultural or academic field trips. Maintain student records.  Monitor student progress and advise students as needed. 

Qualifications:  Associate Degree.  Bachelor degree preferred.  Excellent human relation skills.  Experience working with young adults and/or adolescents preferred.  Knowledge of Federal Trip Programs preferred.  Experience using Internet and e-mail.  Ability to learn database programs. 

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  1. Why are you interested in this position? 
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  2. Tell us what you know of Educational Talent Search.  How did you find out about the Educational Talent Search?

  3. Are you currently employed?  Where?  What aspect of your current position do you enjoy the most?

  4. Are you currently in school?  What are you studying?

  5. This position is works with youth.  Tell us why you're interested in working with youth?

  6. What you have to offer youth? 

  7. What computer skills do you have?

  8. What experience do you have with databases?

  9. Where do you see yourself career-wise in the next 5 years?

  10. Have you ever heard of the Federal Trio Program?

  11. Have we missed anything?
    Emphasize your qualifications as they apply to this job.   Also cover anything you missed from your opening.  Tips on your interview closing.


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