As a High School Success Advisor, you will work with a caseload of 9th and 10th grade students who are struggling academically and/or socio-emotionally to help them achieve school success. You will build strong relationships with your students through weekly 1:1 meetings. You will help them develop goals and hold them accountable to action plans to support their academic progress and socio-emotional development. You will identify and connect your students to resources both within and outside of BGCP. You will collaborate with parents, teachers, and the BGCP high school team to support the success of your students. This position will be based at East Palo Alto Academy, which is one of our high school partner schools.
What will you do?
Establish caseload of 20 students in partnership with school staff and BGCP school site leadership
Meet 1:1 with students on a weekly basis to address a range of topics including academic progress, homework completion, personal organization, and socio-emotional well-being
Establish and hold your students accountable to action plans during academic year and in transition to the next academic year
Meet and communicate with teachers, counselors, parents, and BGCP high school team as needed
Serve as main point of contact between BGCP high school teams and partner campus
Support your students during the school day to inform your case management plan
Facilitate afterschool academic support and skill development for students on your caseload
Support after-school enrichment in collaboration with Clubhouse teams
Collaborate with other success advisors from partner campuses to facilitate caregiver engagement and with Future Grads to support transition into postsecondary goal-setting
Enter case notes and other data into the Salesforce database accurately and on time; use data to inform case management plan
Monitor students’ online student records to stay abreast of student progress and challenge areas
Establish and implement a work plan, providing weekly data and updates to school and BGCP stakeholders