CAC College Adviser Position 22-23
- Provide one-on-one college application and financial aid assistance to students and families
- Organize group events that encourage students and their families to consider, plan for, and apply to colleges and universities
- Collaborate with school and community partners to build a college-going culture
- Collect and manage school-level data on students’ progress towards post-secondary planning
- Develop expertise in admissions and financial-aid advising
- The NC State College Advising Corps accepts applicants who graduated from institutions other than NC State University, provided the applicant’s home institution does not have a College Advising Corps program in operation (check “Where We Work” under the College Advising Corps National website), but initial review priority is given to graduates of NC State.
- Earn a bachelor’s degree between May 2020 and May 2023.
- Be able to relocate to or near the service area
- Possess a strong commitment to service
Term of service:
Two years, including 4-week training the summer before the position begins and between Year 1 and 2.
- $29,500 Annual Living Allowance (estimated)
- $6,495 Segal Education Award (AmeriCorps benefit – estimated)
- Health insurance, including vision and dental ($5,000+ annual value)
Total compensation package: $40,000+
Additional Member Benefits:
- Opportunities to participate in regional and national conferences
- Ongoing job training and personal professional development
- AmeriCorps member benefits, including federal loan deferment and interest forbearance
- Connection to a national network of college access professionals
The application for the 2022-2023 cohort of college advisers is now live!
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