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Bureau of Study Counsel
This is a .70 FTE position. Provide academic and developmental counseling, workshops, discussion groups, and other programs to undergraduate and graduate students. Refer students to other University resources as required (e.g., Student Mental Health Services, Office of Career Services, Alcohol and Other Drug Services, etc.). Provide consultation and outreach to members of the Harvard community (e.g., residence staff, teaching fellows, advisers, deans). Coordinate, create, and deliver programs related to learning and student life, both at the BSC and in collaboration with other University offices, such as the Freshman Dean’s Office, Advising Programs Office, Office of Career Services, Bok Center for Teaching and Learning, Student Mental Health Services, etc. Teach the Harvard Course in Reading and Study Strategies (in rotation with other BSC counselors). Other duties as assigned by the director. For more information, please visit our website at http://bsc.harvard.edu.
The Bureau of Study Counsel is a center for academic and personal development for Harvard students in Harvard College, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Harvard Graduate School of Education, and doctoral students at the Harvard Business School . Counselors provide a wide range of academic/developmental support services to a diverse student body.
Advanced degree in education, psychology, counseling, or a related field, with experience in areas relevant to this position, such as teaching and learning, reading and study skills, college student development, or academic advising and coaching. Required: Licensed or eligible for immediate licensure in Massachusetts as LICSW, LMHC, or Psychologist.
Experience working with undergraduate and graduate students in support of their academic skills/achievement and personal development. Demonstrated interests in teaching/learning issues in higher education. Strong written and oral communication skills. High value is placed on demonstrated interest and experience in working with a student population that is diverse in terms of race, language of origin, ethnicity, nationality, religion, generation to college, socio-economic background, sexual orientation, gender identity, abilities and interests.
Harvard University, established in1636, currently has a 2,100 faculty members, more than 10,000 academic appointments in affiliated teaching hospitals, 6,700 undergraduates, and 14,500 graduate and professional students. Students come from all 50 states and from over 80 countries; from cities, suburbs, small towns and farms; from public, private and parochial schools; from every ethnic and religious background; and from across the economic spectrum. Based on longstanding tradition and an extensive financial aid program, Harvard is committed to making educational opportunity accessible to all, with over 60% of the undergraduate population receiving financial aid. With an enduring dedication to the pursuit of excellence, Harvard University offers unparalleled student experiences across a broad spectrum of academic environments.
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Cambridge is a city situated directly north of Boston, across the Charles River. Cambridge is home to two of the world’s most prominent universities, Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. According to the 2010 United States Census, the city’s population was 105,162. [Adapted from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cambridge,_Massachusetts]
Required Application Materials
All candidates must submit cover letter and vita on the Harvard ASPIRE system. https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWebHost/searchopenings.aspx?SID=^cdzLT_slp_rhc_MkLcflgLfQGkgiLbPePYs15sQA8XSVNLUZnM8ndCwZ/eCtEfJXhBoK2iGC Pleasespecify the requisition ID number (30809BR) on your cover letter. In addition, candidates must submit 3 letters of recommendation one of three ways: on the ASPIRE system, by regular mail to: Bureau of Study Counsel, 5 Linden Street, Cambridge MA 02138 -- Attention: Counselor Search Committee, or by email to email@example.com.
December 5 2013.
January or February 2014
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5 Linden Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
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