We’re Hiring! Join our 2021-2022 cohort!
Are you interested in a service-based program that will help launch your career and allow you to make a difference? Consider joining the NC State College Advising Corps!
- 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
- Earn a bachelor’s degree between May 2019 and June 2021.
- 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.
- $28,500 Annual Living Allowance
- $6,345 Segal Education Award (AmeriCorps benefit)
- Health insurance, including vision and dental ($5,136 annual value)
Total compensation package: $39,981
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
We are hiring for the following vacancies in the 21-22 academic year:
- Ayden Grifton High School (Pitt County)
- East Duplin High School (Duplin County)
- Wallace-Rose Hill High School (Duplin County)
- Washington County High School (Washington County)
The application for the 2021-2022 cohort of college advisers is now live!
The CAC College Adviser 21-22 application is open. We are hiring for the vacancies listed above. The posting will remain open until all positions are filled. The start date for the role is July 1st and we encourage all interested applicants to submit materials as soon as possible.
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.
If you would like to learn more about the College Adviser role, updates on the program or future vacancies, please complete the form below: