Current Job Openings:

USC Program Coordinator (University of Southern California Students)

In the U.S., over 60% of all college students have extreme difficulty finding or affording food, housing, health/mental health care, school supplies, technology, transportation, childcare, personal care items, and more. This interferes with their ability to live a life with dignity and achieve their academic goals. To help students facing these “basic needs” challenges, the Student Navigator Network provides peer-to-peer services, where trained college students (“Navigators”) assist their fellow students in identifying, applying for, and accessing resources, public benefits, and emergency aid.  

We are looking to hire a Program Coordinator for the University of Southern California (USC). You must attend USC to apply. Day-to-day management of the program and the Student Navigators is done by a specially selected and trained Program Coordinator. The Program Coordinator supervises the Student Navigators on a weekly basis or more; conducts outreach and develops relationships with various campus and community partners; organizes and supports marketing/outreach directly to students to let them know about the SNN; creates and manages schedules; troubleshoots; creates an extensive resource list, and offers other assistance as needed. They may also be involved with leading professional development opportunities for the Navigators, and they are responsible for staying up to date with the news and research regarding college students’ basic needs and responses. Additionally, they directly serve students alongside the Navigators.

We thank you in advance for your application, and look forward to reading them! Applications will be read on a rolling basis, so please apply ASAP. Please email Rebecca Rodriguez at [email protected] if you have any questions or concerns.

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USC Student Navigator (University of Southern California Students)

In the U.S., over 60% of all college students have extreme difficulty finding or affording food, housing, health/mental health care, school supplies, technology, transportation, childcare, personal care items, and more. This interferes with their ability to live a life with dignity and achieve their academic goals. To help students facing these “basic needs” challenges, the Student Navigator Network provides peer-to-peer services, where trained college students (“Navigators”) assist their fellow students in identifying, applying for, and accessing resources, public benefits, and emergency aid.

We are looking to hire a Student Navigator for the University of Southern California (USC). You must attend USC to apply. The purpose of this position is to help college or graduate students at your school who are unable to access or afford the basic things they need to succeed in school. The bulk of the position will be to provide direct and personalized case management to students. Case Management is a collaborative process between the Navigator and student, which involves identifying, planning, accessing, advocating for, coordinating, monitoring, and evaluating resources, supports, and services.

We thank you in advance for your application, and look forward to reading them! Applications will be read on a rolling basis, so please apply ASAP. Please email Rebecca Rodriguez at [email protected] if you have any questions or concerns.

Click here to apply!