Pace University Precollege Immersion Program Track Leader in New York, New York
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Position Title Precollege Immersion Program Track Leader
Position Number 1P2025
Status Part Time
Executive Provost/EVP Academic Affairs
Division VP Strategic Initiatives
Department Precollege Program P2025
Primary Campus/Site NY - New York City Downtown Campus
Work Mode On-Campus
Grant Funded? No
The PT Track Leader (TL) with Pace University’s Precollege Immersion Program serves as a liaison between students and the administrative staff and faculty. Each Track Leader will act a chaperone for a group of high school students who are participating in the Precollege Immersion Program. TLs will live on -campus for 2 weeks, and supervise their cohort of students throughout the program. TL will assist with student move-in and orientation at the start of the program. Day-to-day activities during the 2 weeks include a nightly curfew and bed checks, breakfast and dinner, daily lunch and evening check-outs, evening presentations, off-campus tours around NYC , and final day check-out. TLs chaperone students during off-campus activities around NYC . They will also coordinate and lead social activities on-campus during the 2 weeks. TLs will need to be able to answer questions about student life at Pace, help organize academic and non-academic activities for students, assist professors upon request and handle any crisis or conflict issues.
Supervise a group of 8-10 high school rising junior and senior students who are 16-18 years old, participating in the Precollege Immersion Program.
Live in the dorms at the NYC campus for the 2 weeks of the program
Chaperone the students for off-campus activities
Lead and conduct social activities
Perform daily lunch and evening check-in and check-out
Perform daily curfew and bed checks
Be aware of and enforce University and Precollege policies for the well-being of the Precollege students
Handle crisis and student conflict issues
Be able aware of and be able to initiate protocol in case of an emergency
Ability to act as a mentor and guide
Act as a representative of Pace
Ability to handle crisis and conflict issues
Ability to facilitate conversation and activities
Strong customer service skills
Strong leadership skills
The Precollege Program will run from July 9th – 22nd The program will be held at the DT New York City campus. Move-in and training will be held July 5 – July 7 with an additional 1 -day training in June.
Hourly Rate Range $15.00 - $18.00/hour
Posting Detail Information
Posting Number Stu01683P
Job Open Date 01/25/2023
Job Close Date 02/25/2023
Open Until Filled No
Special Instructions to Applicant
About the Institution
Ranked in the top 9% of private US colleges that provide the best return on tuition investment, Pace University transforms the lives of its diverse students—academically, professionally, and socioeconomically. Currently, the University enrolls more than 13,000 students in more than 150 bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs. Pace University is at the forefront of creating opportunity. Through the convergence of strong academics, experiential learning, and dedicated advising, Pace University empowers its students and positively impacts its communities.
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