NSU University School is an independent, college preparatory school that educates students in grades Junior Kindergarten - Grade 12 through a program that focuses on academic excellence, extracurricular participation, and service to others. As a division of NSU, University School is the only independent school in South Florida that is part of a major university, providing a host of unique resources and opportunities for our students and faculty.
Oversees, develops, expands and implements opportunities for experiential learning and/or service learning for NSU University School students within the various centers at NSU as well as in the broader community.
Essential Job Functions:
Provides beyond the classroom opportunities for able and ambitious students.
Develops collaborative opportunities with NSU Centers.
Works with Center of Psychological Studies to develop programming and student support services with graduate students in the Education Psychology program.
Develops additional opportunities for students through the NSU University School’s independent research programs, science mentorship program, Shark Capstone Experience, academic teams and NSU collaborations.
Arranges, monitors and supervises the details of student placement in fellowships and community service including student supervision as needed.
Develops and publishes a current list of summer enrichment activities for students.
Serves as the NSU University School coordinator/liaison to NSU Community Outreach database, Quantum Engagement and Quality Enhancement Programs.
Develop professional development opportunities for faculty members to support them in project-based learning.
Carry out assessments designed to understand student needs, monitor the success of outreach activities, and effectively gauge student learning.
Liaison between students, parents, colleges, departments, and other units prior to, during, and after the educational experiences.
Develop and maintain forms and documents for program management. Maintain confidential student files, records and databases, both electronic and hardcopy and utilize data for department reports, planning, and evaluation.
Work with faculty, students and staff to develop short-term programs.
Assist in the identification of sources of funding to support these programs.
Develop learning outcomes and appropriate assessment methods to improve programmatic efforts and learning opportunities.
Plan and implement recognition programs, receptions, and celebrations.
Work with NSU Ex EL representatives to expand the five Ex EL pillars at NSU University School (Faculty mentored research, experiential coursework, professional growth, community engagement, travel exploration).
Serve as a representative to NSU Experiential Education and Learning Advising Council.
Other duties as assigned.
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate upon experience