1) Create and develop educational materials about retention programs including the Book
Bank and the Guiding Undergraduates in Developing Educational Success (G.U.I.D.E.S.)
program. 2) Work to develop student initiated retention programs. 3) Serve as Liaison to organizations doing student initiated retention programs. 4) Develop and sustain relationships with community organizations and statewide school
retention programs. 5) Provide recruitment ideas and programs for the Committee to carry on with. 6) Attend all Committee meetings or send a proxy.
7) Set a minimum of three (3) office hours per week.
Position Length: One Academic Year
Number of Openings: 2