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The Denver Scholarship Foundation (DSF) inspires and empowers Denver Public School students to enroll in and graduate from postsecondary institutions of higher education, by providing the tools, knowledge, and financial resources essential for success.
The Human Resources Generalist has overall responsibility for day to day human resources management.
The ideal candidate will demonstrate an ability to coordinate resources and technical assistance activities for other staff. S/he will be a skilled people-person, dedicated to organizational and administrative excellence, collaborative and hands-on. Excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as attention to detail are essential.
The Denver Scholarship Foundation (DSF) is seeking a positive and energetic TRIO/College Access Advisor to serve as a resource and guide for Denver Public Schools (DPS) students preparing for postsecondary education. DSF programs, including a Federally Funded TRIO Talent Search project, inspires and empowers DPS students to enroll in and graduate from postsecondary institutions of higher education, by continually working toward our mission. To achieve this mission, DSF offers innovative high school programs that provide college guidance, financial literacy education, career exploratory experiences, and financial aid guidance to positively impact Denver communities.
As part of the DSF TRIO Talent Search team, this Advisor will directly serve eligible low income and potential first generation college going students from Montbello community high schools. This position will have an opportunity to develop and facilitate: individual and group advising; services to help identify and secure college financial aid; assistance completing college applications; exposure to colleges and career opportunities; and academic enrichment activities. There is an option to work 11 or 12 months, approximately 40 hours per week, in this grant-funded position. The Advisor will work primarily on-site at assigned school(s), with occasional off-site responsibilities.
As a leader in the educational community, DSF is dedicated to learning and innovation, and is committed to equity- believing in the value and ability of all students. DSF is seeking a candidate who will model, live, and reinforce the missions of TRIO and DSF.
Assist with various projects throughout the Scholarship Department to support the Scholarship application, processing, and payment cycles.
Work as an integral part of the Retention Team to assist in the development and implementation of ongoing improvements to DSF’s college retention program, with specific attention to one of the following three areas:
Assist with a variety of communications and marketing activities for DSF including social media, collateral development and event promotion.
Assist with the collection, analysis, and reporting of data in ongoing evaluation projects.
To assist the DSF College Access Services team in its programming and services, along with partnerships with DPS, college access programs and colleges, to ensure that DPS seniors will have the academic, financial and social support to enroll in college.
Assist with critical components of program management, event planning, and communications in the Volunteer & Alumni Relations department.
Assist with a variety of fundraising and special event activities for DSF, including donor research, donor cultivation and event planning and promotion.
Assist with the implementation of the DSF Talent Search Program, created in the Montbello community. Help increase the effectiveness of program services and data tracking and gain experience in program operations, student services, and project performance reporting.