Honors College Graduate Assistant for Admissions and Marketing

With who: Honors College at College of Charleston
Location: Charleston, SC
Compensation: $21/hour

Description: Works under the guidance of the Associate Director of Admissions to assist in the management of the admissions and recruitment processes, Honors College admissions marketing and communications.

Primary Responsibilities: In coordination with the Associate Director of Admissions, manage application review for the Honors College and the Charleston Fellows Program to ensure timely and efficient processing and decision making. Maintain confidentiality when working with applicant and student records/information. Carry out duties associated with recruitment including holding information sessions and individual meetings for prospective students and families, planning and executing interview weekend for merit scholars, and communicating with prospective and admitted students and families. Limited recruitment travel may be necessary. (Essential 60%)

Provide marketing and communications support to the Associate Director of Admissions and/or the Associate Director of Marketing and Academic Programs. Help to facilitate recruitment and yield messaging to prospective and admitted students and families. Communicate with prospective students and families via email and phone. Create a welcome and inclusive environment for campus visitors. Coordinate with the Associate Director of Marketing and Academic Programs on external marketing and social media campaigns, as needed. (Essential 35%)

Serve as an integral member of the Honors College management team. Attend all staff meetings and retreats. Contribute to strategic planning, budget management, and program development initiatives as directed. Participate in planning and implementation of in key events and core activities in the Honors College. (Marginal 5%)

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