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Assistant Director, Career Services
University of North Texas, Denton

The Assistant Director of Career Services is responsible for executing all Career Center hosted events (career fairs, networking events, etc.). This position oversees the execution of all events and, through supervision of the Scheduling and Events Coordinator, all interview suite activity throughout the year. The employee is also responsible for maintaining campus partnerships with event venues and departments in order to carry out events successfully.

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Assistant Director for Experiential Learning
UC Berkeley Career Center

This brand new full-time, permanent role will identify and cultivate summer internship opportunities for students as part of the Employer Relations unit of the Career Center. The incumbent will engage with employers, parents, campus staff, and alumni through a variety of programs and initiatives to generate internship and other experiential learning opportunities for underserved and underrepresented students. First Review is Sep 3, Deadline Sep 30, 2021.

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Service-Learning Program Manager, Johnson Gift
University of Cincinnati

Manage, design, develop, modify, and present programs.
This position will be with Service Learning and funds from the Johnson Foundation.

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Director, Undergraduate Engineering Co-op Program
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT)
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Position Summary:
Under the supervision of the Career Development Services (CDS) Executive Director and working closely and directly with the Dean of the Newark College of Engineering (NCE) and the Senior Vice Provost for Academic Affairs and Student Services, the Director will develop, manage, and oversee the new, formal, undergraduate engineering Co-op Program. The Director manages the strategic, programmatic and operational functions related to the formal undergraduate engineering Co-op Program at NJIT. This effort include using and leveraging existing campus-wide initiatives and industrial connections, developing new opportunities to forge strategic partnerships with employer partners, and coordinating co-op opportunities with the academic units of the Newark College of Engineering (NCE). The Director is providing vision, leadership, creativity, and accountability for increasing student participation in the formal undergraduate engineering Co-op program. The Director supervises personnel dedicated to the program (currently an Assistant Director) and is supported with funding and human resources from within CDS. The Director develops qualitative and quantitative milestones and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for the Co-op engineering program for approval, and reports periodically on progress toward meeting them. In time, the responsibilities of the Director may be expanded to include co-op education for graduate students.