Lead and direct the student transition process from high school to postsecondary education or work. Design and manage the protocol to systematically provide services that ensure every graduate will transition appropriately. Help facilitate the development of individual student college and career plans in coordination with a student’s teacher advisor, learning support teacher (where relevant), career teacher, parent/guardian, and other relevant professionals. Provide necessary support to enhance opportunity for success the year following high school graduation.
A college degree and 3 – 5 years working in secondary education, college/postsecondary admissions, or comparable field are required. A master’s degree in secondary education, counseling or pupil personnel services is preferred. A track record of developing or working effectively within a successful guidance program. Additional qualifications noted below.