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Description of Position The Associate Director will coordinate and manage the undergraduate internship program, including developing strategic partnerships with local businesses/organizations to enhance the internship program and employment opportunities for all student populations. The Associate Director also serves students in individual coaching appointments and group presentations/workshops to empower and equip them with the skills to achieve their professional goals. The Associate Director collaborates with the Dean to coordinate events and deliver services. This position is a part of a fast-paced, collaborative team within the Center for Career and Academic Resources that provides services to support academic success and career development.
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