Undergraduate Student Services Specialist

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Friday, September 30, 2022, 5:00pm


Seattle, WA
United States

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The Undergraduate Student Services Specialist will serve as the main point of contact for prospective undergraduate students and their parents, teachers and community members on and off campus, and a central resource for information about undergraduate academic programs and opportunities within the College. This person will deliver superior events, activities and products, including but not limited to:

  • Maintaining and developing a network of contacts at key high schools and top community colleges. Working with diversity leaders on and off campus to realize positive and powerful recruitment strategies specifically targeting underserved communities.
  • Developing and leading online, social media and in-person events for prospective students and admitted students which showcase CoEnv students, faculty and facilities.  
  • Managing the College’s Undergraduate Ambassador Program, including annual recruitment, selection, and training of ~20 ambassadors. Leading and mentoring the ambassadors to participate in a wide range of recruitment activities to prospective students.
  • In collaboration with UW Admissions, representing the College at key national and regional college admissions conferences and fairs.  Working with local partners to develop an exciting, responsive in-person programming for community college transfers. 
  • Managing CoEnv Undergraduate Student Scholarships, including monitoring scholarship fund budgets, advertising annual scholarship opportunities, organizing application materials for dissemination to the committee, tracking disbursements, and coordinating with the Advancement team on donor stewardship activities.
  • Maintaining annual numbers of undergraduate applicants, admittants, and matriculants, as well as other quantitative data indicating the success of the recruitment program.
  • Managing college-wide advertising of undergraduate courses for non-majors and pre-majors, and courses focused on key college-wide themes.

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