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Teachers College Record Digital Publishing Graduate Assistant New York
The Digital Publishing Graduate Assistant will advance the Teachers College Record (TCR) mission by supporting one or more of the following areas of work: - Online and print production - Multimedia - Research and analytics - Outreach - Customer service
Student Health & Wellness Advocate New York
The Office of Student Health & Wellness (SHW) within the Division of Student Affairs at Teachers College, Columbia University (TC) is tasked with providing the necessary support, advocacy, consultations, and resources to students to support their overall well-being. We are seeking a Student Health & Wellness Advocate who will manage the optimal functioning and compliance of student health insurance, enrollment, waivers, exemptions and assist with programming for students at TC.
Interim Program Assistant (SPA-NYC) New York
The Summer Principals Academy - New York City seeks an experienced Program Assistant to provide advanced level support to the SPA faculty and administration team. The Program Assistant works as part of a highly collaborative team and juggles multiple tasks in a dynamic environment. The ideal candidate has experience in research, data collection and entry, and possesses administrative and communication skills.
Program Associate New York
The Arts Administration (ARAD) program office at Teachers College, Columbia University, is looking for an out-of-program candidate to provide part-time operational support and event/project management.
Director of Financial Aid New York
Reporting to the Chief Enrollment Officer and Associate Vice President, the Director of Financial Aid for Teachers College, Columbia University will oversee all aspects of the College's financial aid strategy, programs and operations. The Director leads and supports optimization and distribution strategies for a wide variety of institutional funding (i.e., scholarships, fellowships, assistantships, grants, endowed funds, etc.) and directs all planning and processing of Title IV aid programs (i.e., federal loans, grants, work-study) within required guidelines. S/he manages financial aid operations and related budgets, and supervises the financial aid team.
Bilingual Spanish/English Data Analysis New York
Bilingual Spanish/English Data Analysis
Grants & Finance Manager, The Klingenstein Center New York
Working closely with other Klingenstein Center employees with budgetary responsibility and in collaboration with the Department of Organization and Leadership, the Budget Administrator contributes to the smooth operation of the Center by managing the budget. The Budget Administrator will be responsible for managing, monitoring, and maintaining the operations budgets and research grants and budgets of the Klingenstein Center.
Assistant Vice President of TC Generation New York
The Assistant Vice President collaborates closely with the head of Philanthropic Giving, and the Senior Directors of Advancement Services, Prospect Research, and Alumni Relations. Reporting directly to the Vice President of Development & External Affairs, the Assistant Vice President will collaborate with the President, the Provost, the Head of Enrollment Management, and other College leaders, including faculty and administrative heads to optimize internal and external stakeholder awareness of TC. The Assistant Vice President will serve as a valued source of marketing, communications and fundraising expertise and guidance to the entire Development & External Affairs team.
Service Provider New York
The Office of Access and Services for Individuals with Disabilities is seeking individuals to provide direct services to individuals with disabilities registered with OASID.
Program Manager New York
The Department of Organization & Leadership is seeking a Program Manager to support the Programs in Education Leadership. This is a full-time position reporting directly to the Program Director and indirectly to the Director of Academic Administration. The Program Manager will support the Education Leadership (EdL) Program in general as well as all “sub-programs,” including the Urban Education Leaders Program (UELP), Summer Principals Academy (SPA in New York and New Orleans), the Klingenstein Center, and the PhD program. The Program Manager will be responsible for managing and administering academic, financial, and personnel functions while collaborating with the EdL Program Director, EdL faculty, sub-program directors and staff, and the Director of Academic Administration (DAA). The ideal candidate should have a passion for developing the next generation of school leaders.
TCCS (Teachers College Community School) Office Assistant New York
The Office of School and Community Partnerships (OSCP) leverages faculty and student expertise, research, teaching, and service to enrich learning and improve outcomes in New York City public schools, especially those in the local community. A major initiative of OSCP is the development of Teachers College Community School (TCCS), which was established by Teachers College and the New York City Department of Education as a non-selective, public, demonstration PreK-8 school with a formal affiliation with TC. Opened in 2011, the school now serves pre-Kindergarten through eighth grades in two buildings: Upper School at 168 Morningside Avenue; Lower School at 223 W 132nd Street. For more details, visit: http://www.tc.columbia.edu/communityschool. OSCP requires a student to support the Teachers College Community School by assisting with administrative duties in the Lower School office during the 2021-2022 school year. The position is for up to 20 hours/week, located on-site at the Lower School.
Assistant/Associate Director, Office of Executive Education Programs in Change & Consultation New York
The Assistant/Associate Director is responsible for overseeing all operations and administration related to the Office of Executive Education's professional development offerings, including the Executive Master’s Program in Change Leadership (XMA), the Principles and Practices of Organization Development (PPOD) certificate program, and other non-credit customized programs. In partnership with the Director, the Assistant/Associate Director also participates in the strategic management of all programming and the Office of Executive Education writ large.
Director, Raising Educational Achievement Coalition of Harlem (REACH) New York
Teachers College (TC), seeks an experienced and innovative educator to serve as Director of the Raising Educational Achievement Coalition of Harlem (REACH). REACH is an initiative that was established in 2012 to develop, implement and study the effectiveness of a university-assisted community schools model in public schools in Harlem. The goal of REACH is to improve student outcomes and school culture. The position resides in the College's Office of School and Community Partnerships and reports to the Associate Vice President for School and Community Partnerships.
College Work Study: Enrollment Marketing and Communications New York
The Office of Enrollment Marketing and Communications within Enrollment Management is looking for a work study with Summer 2021 availability as soon as possible, with the option to continue into the 2021/2022 academic year. The ideal candidate will be a creative thinker, have an attention to detail and have proficiency in various design software platforms and programs. Please submit a resume, cover letter, and a portfolio with writing/art samples for review - incomplete applications will not be considered.
Graduate Assistant (Education Leadership) New York
The applicant will assist in the implementation of the project's research protocols and surveys and coordination of the project's administrative tasks. The projects focus on race and educational leadership and generally comfortable working in diverse communities (e.g., those composing majority Latino and African American citizens).

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