Role and Responsibilities:
• Assist with any office related needs at the given time such as typing, filing, etc • Conduct daily walkabout checks of the API tutors to make sure they are in their assigned room for their sessions
Qualifications and Education Requirements:
• Assist with internship projects and evaluations • Typing, filing • Input internship date, evaluations
• Perform General office duties • Assist staff with special projects and other tasks as assigned • Attentive to details and pleasant customer service
Qualifications and Education Requirements:
Role and Responsibilities:
• Clean and feed facility animals• Organize and clean lab• Light office work and filing
• Animal handling• Likes animals
Role and Responsibilities:
• Work closely with faculty in the studio and intro courses by helping to set up still-life’s, compositions, assisting students and gathering materials
• Intern is responsible for the up keep of all the studios in the art area such as sculpture, design, drawing, painting and the computer lab
• Assist gallery director in collecting, storing, and hanging works from various artists around the campus.
• Digitize works from the ART Collection throughout the campus
• Completed 30 credits towards their degree
• Must be a Fine Arts, Design or Industrial Design major
• Good organizational skills
• Hard working
• Must know how to hang art work
• Be proficient in Photoshop and Illustrator
1 -Completion of a particular course in which tutoring is being done by earning a grade of at least "B+"
2- Be able to tutor at least three subject areas from the following courses: students in designated science courses including: SCB101, 115, 201, 202, 203, 204, and 260. SCC 101,110, 201, and 202; SCP 101,140, and 201.
3- A recommendation letter from an instructor of each course you wish to tutor.
4- Overall GPA of 3.0 or above
5- Completion of at least 24 credit hours for current students at LaGuardia Community College.
6- Good interpersonal communication skills and ease in relating to people from varying educational, cultural, and social backgrounds.
7 -Ability to work independently
8- Excellent level of responsibility, reliability, and punctuality.
9- Appropriate and professional behavior at all times.
Tutoring rules and agreements:
1- Review tutor contract (student’s willingness in filling out the surveys) with each student during their first session to establish the parameters of the tutoring relationship.
2- Sign in and out of the Tutors’ log book.
3- Provide the SSC supervisory staff a weekly schedule in the beginning of each semester.
4- Tutors must commit to work at least one semester and are encouraged to stay longer if possible.
5- All tutors are expected to honor the term of their commitment. Each tutor should inform the supervisory staff at least 24 hours and one week in advance if he/she is not able to keep the schedule or need to change the semester schedule respectively.
6- Unexcused and excessive absences or unsatisfactory performances will be grounds for dismissal.
• Answering phones • Filing copies of RFAs, budgetary reports, course schedules, requisitions & packing slip • Input data on Excel worksheet
• Some college credits
• Computer literate • Ability to communicate and work with others (including staff, faculty 7 students)
• Research, writing, data entry & general office duties • Surveys and community outreach • Assist with planning of Urban Studies related events and activities
• Performing background research on issues • Archival research and basic statistical research • Surveys and outreach with some translation
• Participates as researcher and subject in research • Prepare and code data • Assist and teach others in preparing and coding data
• Taken at least one science course • Previous work with SERG and genuine interest
• Ability to work independently and in a group collaboratively • Ability to work with a computer, preferably Mac or the ability to learn
• Conduct ongoing research into campus wide resources for people in prison • Assist with scholarly research on criminal justice topics • Produce informational packets for outreach to criminally involved youth
• Criminal justice interest and knowledge of resources • Ability to work independently • Willingness to travel to court houses throughout the five boroughs.
• Available for meetings on Wednesday afternoon and Friday mornings • Attention to detail • Ability to work well with others.
•Maintaining file systems, running errands on campus, light data entry, front desk coverage
• ASSIST IN DEPARTMENT AUDITS• UPDATE ACCESS DATABASE• ASSIST UPDATING CUNYFIRST ENTRIES
• EXCEL SKILLS• GOOD CUSTOMER SERVICES
• COLLEGE SWITCHBOARD• UPDATE ACCESS DATABASE• RECORD KEEPING
• BILINGUAL• GOOD CUSTOMER SERVICES
• Assist in maintaining various financial spreadsheets• Create, analyze various reports, queries, and spreadsheets• Contact vendors to obtain invoices and assist is accounts payable related issues
Qualifications and Education Requirements:
• Assist with distribution, tracking, collection, recording of Student Evaluations of Faculty. Assist with preparing SIRS to be sent to Testing Services for evaluation. Distributing to departments when the documents are returned. This procedure is done each semester.
• Assist with general office duties such as filing, phones, etc.
Pleasant personality, willing to work
• Assist with distribution, tracking, collection, recording of Student Evaluations of Faculty. Assist with preparing SIRS to be sent to Testing Services for evaluation. Distributing to departments when the documents are returned. This procedure is done each semester.• Assist with general office duties such as filing, phones, etc.
• Pleasant personality, willing to work• Knowledge of excel and other Microsoft programs
• Maintain multiple computer labs• Troubleshoot computers and printers across the ACE division
-Assist with day-to-day activities, including data entry, faxing, scanning, copying, etc.- Answering phones- Work load will vary day to day
- Good Interpersonal Skills- Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment- Willing to Learn
• Helps teachers, assisting with the usage of computers • Delivering mail to the teachers
• Good communication skills • More than 12 credits
• Tutoring students • Lab tutoring
• English speaking • Excellent communication skills
• Office duties• Answer phone calls, file documents• Customer service duties
• Good communication skills
1. Digitally duplicate/ scan teaching and office materials as needed.2. Type letters, memos, notices on the office computer.3. Help label and maintain CLIP’s lending library
4. Provide research assistance as needed.5. Assist in the classroom, helping the teacher with R/W/L/S activities6. Provide information to students on College Knowledgea. Selecting a majorb. Registering for collegec. Completing financial aidd. Seeking tutoring/support
7. Assist classroom instructors in creating worksheets, quizzes and handouts Lab Assistance8. Provide help/tutoring for CLIP students during lab hoursa. Assist in computer skillsb. Help manage individual and class projects
• Simple typing, filing, telephone work, photocopying, receptionist, mail duties, messenger work
Role and Responsibilities:The Pre-College Academic Programming Department offers courses that prepare students to enter college, earn a high school diploma or start a career. PCAP collaborates with many departments in the Division of Adult and Continuing Education to facilitate student access to academic and career training programs. In 2006, PCAP successfully implemented the Bridge to College and Careers Program, a groundbreaking approach to High School Equivalency preparation that provides an educational and career pathway for adults and out-of-school youth. Students prepare for the HSE exam and develop a plan to successfully transition to postsecondary training and college. Coursework explores topics in healthcare, science or business and develops academic reading, writing and math skills in preparation for college and employment in one of these three areas. This approach is called contextualized instruction. Hours: 20/week (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 1-6pm)
The Program Assistant will:• Assistant the Bridge Program Manager and the PCAP Administrative Coordinator with daily administrative tasks like filing, copying, or organizing staff and student materials• Perform student outreach for tutoring hours, intake sessions, and other activities• Enter data into Excel spreadsheets for the purposes of record keeping and collating• Work on peer mentor and college prep materials utilizing knowledge and expertise as Bridge alumna and current successful LaGuardia college student
Requirements for the position:• Strong written and oral communication skills; excellent people skills• Demonstrated ability to complete tasks fully and with attention to detail• Demonstrated experience using the basic Microsoft Word suite• High School Diploma or High School Equivalency Diploma• Current college student with demonstrated success in college coursework
• Strong written and oral communication skills; people skills• Excellent organizational skills
• Assist office staff on day to day assignments • Perform routine office work including making copies, scanning, maintain records, answering phones • Type documents, create spreadsheets, collect and input data using Microsoft Word and Exce
Qualifications and Education Requirements:
• Good academic standing • Punctual and dependable • Ability to work in deaf friendly environment
• Answer phones and greet students• Data entry and filing• Copy, fax, scan, and restack supplies
• Assist staff with day to day office duties and special projects as needed • Light typing, filing, photocopying, faxing, and running errands on campus as necessary
Must have good communication skills, the desire to work in fast paced environment, be punctual and reliable, possess a positive attitude and be able to follow instructions
• Help/assist students in the usage of the software/hardware • Help/assist faculty in the usage of smart rooms; audio/video and related classroom equipment • Assist in monitoring the smooth operation of the academic computer labs • Help in troubleshooting and installing software/hardware (if qualified)
• Provide essential feedback and hands on work related to current student, faculty and college services; provide training team with first hand student feedback/experience that will allow us to understand student needs more effectively • Review and modify existing training documentation and training documentation creation • Social media related tasks
• Assist technician to prepare labs for classes.
• Provide support to ensure successful execution of meetings and events• Facilitating the registration and attendance of meeting participants• Set-up and clearing of meeting/event materials and catering• Develop, update and maintain excel spread sheets and manage data collection• Provide assistance to students and administrative staff• General office duties including photocopying, responding to inquiries, updating and maintain materials
• Tutoring ASAP Math 95,96,99,117,119 students
• Represent ASAP at recruitment events such as Info Sessions, Orientation, and Visits • Maintain and assist with prospective student database • Encourage students to participate in ASAP • Calling Prospective Students
• Ability to communicate well with prospective students, parents and counselors in person, on the phone and in writing. • Must be a full-time student at LaGuardia Community College and in academic good standing.
• Scan student ID’s into SEMS, clerical duties as needed • Assist students with registration as needed
• Computer literacy • MS office • Customer service
• Customer for ASAP office and resource center • Checking students into SEMS and keeping up data base • Working with Microsoft Suite
• Customer Service • Excel
• Assist with student outreach initiaives including but not limited to: information sessions; tabling events, recruitment activities; email communications; phone communications• Serving as a role-model and reflecting the core values of ASAP at outreach events and in all student/parent interactions• Support ASAP recruitment with maintaining Student Engagement Management System • Collaborate with ASAP recruitment to brainstorm, create and fulfill social media strategies to help engage prospective students• Perform other general office support as needed
• Ability to communicate well with prospective students, parents and counselors in person, on the phone and in writing.• Must be a full-time student at LaGuardia Community College and in good academic standing.
• Computer competency in Microsoft Office• Strong organizational skills and attention to details.
• Data entry • Log students using SEMS • Keep files organized in the office • Answer calls and questions • Assist during campus events as needed
• At least 24 credits earned • MS Word & Excel
• Assisting students with events• General clerical duties as assigned• tabling
• Current CUNY student
• Microsoft Office suite• Communication skills
Role and Responsibilities:
• Greet students and assist with intake registration. Answer multi-line phone system• Assist students with basic computer skills in preparing resumes and conducting online job search• Light typing and data entry• Assist staff with special projects and other tasks as assigned• Assist staff with preparing for events, workshops and meetings• Researching information
Good customer service, communication and phone skillsTeam player, able to follow detailed instructions
• FWS Interns are responsible assisting Lead Teachers in the classrooms• Office work assisting Administrator Team – office work
• Greeting student’s and making sure they sign into SEMS• Clerical duties: answering phone and email inquiries, taking accurate and detailed phone messages• Filing, managing walk in traffic, assisting with logistics at workshops and events• Light typing for data entry• Promoting the Women’s Center at tabling events• Researching varied topics• Assisting staff with preparing for events, workshops, and meetings and special projects
• Detailed oriented, good customer service• Team player and able to follow detailed instructions• Student with good research skills and keen interest in Women’s issues will be given serious consideration
• Clerical work in front desk• Maintain clean and sanitary work space (i.e. front desk and exam room)
• proficient in Microsoft Office• organized and takes initiative
• Answer phones• Meet and greet• File and fax• Inventory and restock• Assist with planning and implementation of health events/programs
• Must be a student in good academic standing• Experience in customer service
• Microsoft work• Microsoft Excel• Photoshop
• Perform routine clerical work including but not limited to: photocopying, faxing, mailing, filing and pulling folders as needed• Assume receptionist duties: answer phones, route calls, and take messages• Greet public and refer students to appropriate staff members• Type documents, create spreadsheets, collect data and input info using Microsoft word and excel• Perform errands that assist daily functions: retrieve and deliver packages to other departments; pick up/drop off print shop and mail room requests
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office software (word, access, excel)• Ability to multi-task and to work in a fast paced environment• Capacity to work as a team and independently• Attentive to detail and pleasant customer service preferred
• Assist the Advising Coordinators on special projects such as the organization of special events. Our events consist of chat sessions, Student and Family Day (Saturday/evening shifts), Career coach info sessions, and major clarification info sessions, etc• Perform routine clerical work including but not limited to photocopying, faxing, and mailing• Assume receptionist duties: answer phones, route calls, take messages and participate in call projects.• Type documents, create spreadsheets, collect data and input info using Microsoft Word, and Excel• Perform errands that assist daily functions: retrieve and deliver packages to other departments; pick up/drop off print shop and mail room requests.
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office software (word, access, excel)• Capacity to work as a team and independently• Attentive to detail and pleasant service preferred.
• Documenting all client contact information in approved database• Assisting with workshops, tabling, distributing marketing materials, presentations• Scheduling and confirming student appointments with legal and financial service consultants
• Strive for Success is a peer mentoring college advisement program at CUNY Colleges. Graduates of the LINCT Pre-College Program or students from participating Community Based Organization who matriculate into one of seven CUNY partner colleges receive academic advisement as they progress towards their associates and bachelor’s degrees. In addition to individual academic advisement and support from a paid second year Student Success Leader students also participate in academic success and personal enrichment workshops.
Under the supervision of the Campus Coordinator (CC) the Student Success Leader will: • Assume responsibility for outreach to caseload of first year students (approx. 15-25 students) through multiple formats: in person, phone, email and social media • Have one on one or group meetings with students on caseload-minimum twice a month • Provide responsive assistance to students based on their needs, with a focus on the following topics: financial aid, academic alerts, major/career exploration, on-campus work/work study, school/home/work balance, campus resources (tutoring support), campus activities • Help students to make direct and meaningful connections to campus • Develop, lead, and assist in workshops for first year college students on relevant topics • Plan and execute communit • Y-building events i.e. fall and winter welcome, FAFSA Refile Day • Share concerns about students and/or program with Campus Coordinator in a timely manner • Communicate with College Success Counselors from participating CBO(s) on a regular basis about caseload • Maintain accurate records of contact with students in online database system • Maintain contact with Campus Coordinator regarding planned hours of work • Be able to work independently when necessary • Attend all required meetings and trainings • Serve as a constant positive representative on your campus • Participate in evaluation activities and future program planning • Other duties as assigned
• Completed one year of college at campus to which you are applying for job • Registered for a second year of college at campus to which you are applying for job • Can commit to work and being enrolled at the campus applying at for the entire academic year and not be graduating in December 2016 • Have a 2.8 GPA preferred • Have a strong interest in or experience with working with adolescents and young adults as a peer mentor • Have experience or interest in participating in academic services, clubs and activities • Be a motivated, responsible, and hardworking team player that is willing to learn and is able to work well with students as well as staff
Role and Responsibilities:• Assist students to make direct and meaningful connections to Campus.• Be motivated, responsible, and a hardworking team player that_is_willing to learn.• Maintain_accurate_records of contact with students in Apricot• Attend all required meetings• Maintain contact with Campus Coordinator regarding planned work schedule.
• Complete one year at LaGuardia Community College
Assist students with the following:
• Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) • Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) • Foundation Scholarship Application • Financial Aid Status Inquiries (CUNYFIRST) • Assist with special projects such as imaging
• Available to support SFS supervisors/staff with daily duties including filing, copying, data entry,• Assist supervisor with daily duties• Comparing reports
•Familiar with Microsoft skills
• Good organizational skills• Good computer knowledge & excel spreadsheets
• Participate in PowerPoint presentations for newly admitted students• Perform mini-campus tours for Checkpoint attendees• Draft, edit and publish content on the department’s social media pages and the weekly “LaGuardia News You Can Use”• Represent the college at the Welcome Center, while providing accurate information, directions and referrals• Other duties as assigned
• Must be a comfortable with Public Speaking • Strong written and verbal communications. • Excellent interpersonal skills • Ability to effectively manage time and multi-task. • Ability to work independently and as a member of a team.• Should be computer Savvy • Photography skills a plus
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