Guide high school students without a post-secondary plan to possible career options that include workforce ready short-term training all the way through to associate degree options and beyond.
Utilize IvyConnect (CRM) to track efforts in the Ivy Tech application and conversion process.
Utilize Degree Tracker to determine students’ progress toward an Ivy Tech Credential.
Complement services that may be available through high school, college, or the community including college exploration services, admissions processes, financial aid, and scholarship resources.
Utilize community resources that support student access and success in college.
Coach students on the transitions from high school to Ivy Tech to work.
In conjunction with high school guidance counselors, support dual credit registration in the DualEnroll.com platform.
Inform students of the Knowledge Assessment process to help identify student eligibility for dual credit/dual enrollment classes.
Participate fully in all school activities targeted to students and parents logically associated with the college process including: freshman orientation, freshman student/parent nights, career days, FAFSA workshops for parents, and all other related programs
Communicate closely and regularly with the guidance staff at the high school.
Communicate with students and parents the benefits of Ivy Tech and Dual Credit.
Attend Ivy Tech on-campus recruitment programs, dual credit nights, New Student Orientation, and other programs logically associated with the coaches’ role.
Must stay current with Ivy Tech academic programs and resources, admission and registration processes, career and higher education trends, and requirements of the Indiana Department of Education.
The Coach will attend Ivy Tech meetings, training sessions, and other activities as necessary.
The above list of duties is not to be construed as an exhaustive list. Other duties logically associated with the position may be assigned