Website San Francisco State University
This is a hybrid role with flexibility including time on campus, traveling for recruiting events, and remote work.
Here is more about SFSU, the Black Unity Center and the role that they are recruiting for:
San Francisco State is a large, comprehensive, urban university located in a vibrant and beautiful city with a rich intellectual and cultural life. Through its six academic Colleges, SF State offers undergraduate and graduate instruction for professional and technical careers as well as a broad liberal arts education. SF State is a culturally diverse campus that is part of the 23-campus California State University system.
The mission of the Black Unity Center (BUC) is to provide Black students, through cross-campus community collaborations and an intersectional, African-centered environment, with transformative, impactful and socially conscious programs that allow them to grow academically, interpersonally, culturally and professionally, in order to advance their recruitment, matriculation, retention and graduation.
About the Position
Under the direct supervision of the BUC Director and in close, ongoing communication with the Director of Undergraduate Admissions, the Outreach Recruitment & Retention Specialist creates, implements, evaluates and continually improves recruitment initiatives to increase the number of first-year and transfer admit students of African descent who matriculate at San Francisco State University (SFSU). In alignment with SF State’s broader strategic enrollment management goals, the incumbent is responsible for planning and delivering programs for establishing and/or sustaining viable pipelines to enhance the recruitment of students of African descent through partnerships with K-12 schools, community colleges and other four-year institutions.
The incumbent is also responsible for developing precollege programs and events to assist students with topics such as academic preparation, scholarships, financial aid and financial literacy, and admissions/applications processes. The incumbent collaborates closely with on-campus partners offices/departments within the Student Affairs & Enrollment Management and Academic Affairs cabinet areas. The incumbent educates and collaborates with the public regarding admissions requirements, policies, and processes for outreach and recruitment programs for students of African descent, and best practices for the successful matriculation, orientation and first year retention/persistence.
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