Overviewof position: Summary of the position's responsibilities:
Provides academic advising of undergraduate students in the PTECH nursing pathway for completion in the BCCC nursing program.
In collaboration with UMSON, develop a mentor-mentee orientation process, roles, responsibilities, and expectations.
Provides academic advising regarding all relevant curriculum areas- course requirements and selection, policies and procedures, scholastic standards, new freshman and transfer issues, as appropriate for students enrolled in the PTECH nursing pathway.
Facilitates PTECH nursing students' academic progress by assessing their needs and developing appropriate educational plans.
Maintains student academic files to demonstrate academic progression metrics. The tracking activities include documentation of each PTECH student advising meeting sessions; electronic monitoring; enrollment, progression and graduation metrics and utilization of Gap analysis.
Assists in the development and preparation of advising/educational materials in collaboration with the BCCC Nursing faculty and the Marketing Department. The educational materials may include training manuals, brochures, handouts, general information summaries, and newsletters.
Collaborates with BCCC Nursing faculty, the Admissions and Student Affairs Division and Marketing department to conduct information sessions and distribute educational/multimedia marketing materials regarding the PTECH nursing pathway to potential, current students and other interested parties.
Maintains, collects and disseminates information to students, faculty, and departments regarding advising strategies for academic strategies and academic support services.
Participates in professional development activities, professional conferences, BCCC departmental meetings, and advisory meetings.
Collaborates with BCCC Associate Dean, BCCC Nursing to development faculty mentoring program; identify BCCC nursing faculty mentors to participate in this program.
Collaborates with UMSON in completing required grant reports.
Perform other additional duties as assigned.
Internal Number: 2019-018
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