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Help Vermonters pursue their education goals!

Outreach Counselor (VSGU)
We’re all about mission at Vermont Student Assistance Corporation (VSAC).
Help us fulfill our mission of providing all Vermont students with information
and financial resources to reach their educational goals. You’ll work in a
relaxed yet challenging environment. We offer many topnotch benefits, and
a dynamic, professional environment.
Outreach Counselors are an important part of our mission driven team at
VSAC. This role provides career and college readiness services to students in
middle and high school. Ideal candidate is adept at building relationships and
making connections, works well independently, is flexible and eager to learn.
This position will work with students in grades seven through twelve at three
NEK schools: North Country UHS, Canaan Schools, and Troy Elementary
School. This is a full-time position, 45 weeks per year with an immediate
start date.
Qualifications include but are not limited to a combination of education and
experience including Master’s degree in counseling, education or related
field or equivalent combination of experience and other education. Our work
is often focused on the most marginalized individuals in society, we strongly
encourage applications from individuals who fully understand the challenges
and the perspectives of the communities that we serve.
Applicants must have a valid driver’s license verified by a Motor Vehicle
Record Report, a properly inspected, registered, and insured motor vehicle
for business use, and provide their own workspace, including internet access.
Applicants must also successfully complete a criminal background check.
This is a grant funded position that is contingent upon continued grant funds.
VSAC offers a dynamic, professional environment with competitive
compensation and generous benefits package. Apply ONLY on line at
www.vsac.org.

VERMONT STUDENT ASSISTANCE CORPORATION
PO Box 2000, Winooski, VT 05404
EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled
www.VSAC.org

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