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Williams College — Program Coordinator, Davis Center

Williams College — Program Coordinator, Davis Center

The Program Coordinator plans and executes the Center’s programming, oversees the administrative components of the Center, and spearheads the center’s communication efforts.

College of Staten Island (CUNY) — Administrative Coordinator, CUNY Start/Math Start

College of Staten Island (CUNY) — Administrative Coordinator, CUNY Start/Math Start

Administration of a student incentive program including generating award letters, utilizing CUNYFirst to research student enrollment, conducting surveys, and submitting reports to central office staff as needed and according to deadlines.

University of North Carolina Wilmington — Coordinator of Serials & Electronic Resources

University of North Carolina Wilmington — Coordinator of Serials & Electronic Resources

The Coordinator Library Serials and Electronic Resources is responsible for managing access to the library’s serial subscription resources (electronic and print) for journals, magazines, newspapers, standing orders, databases, and e-journal packages.

Humboldt State University — Coordinator, African American Center for Academic Excellence

Humboldt State University — Coordinator, African American Center for Academic Excellence

This position oversees the African American Center for Academic Excellence, which resides under the umbrella of HSU’s Cultural Centers for Academic Excellence.

Sierra Joint Community College District — Learning Center Faculty Coordinator 1617-39

Sierra Joint Community College District — Learning Center Faculty Coordinator 1617-39

The Learning Center Faculty Coordinator oversees all Learning Center academic support programs.

Sierra Joint Community College District — RISE Program Coordinator 1617-46

Sierra Joint Community College District — RISE Program Coordinator 1617-46

The RISE Program Coordinator is responsible for: coordinating an equity focused educational and academic support program for students who are identified as disparately impacted (DI) in terms of course success, persistence and completion.