The Education Foundation of Alachua County’s Take Stock in Children Program provides deserving low-income children in Alachua County with college or vocational-technical scholarships and an adult mentor to meet with them once per week at school. In addition, each student is assigned to a Take Stock in Children Student Advocate who monitors their school performance and mentor meetings. Students are selected between grades seven through nine and must sign contracts promising to remain crime and drug free, maintain satisfactory grades, and exhibit good behavior.
This position reports to the Take Stock in Children Program Director at The Education Foundation of Alachua County.
This position requires an undergraduate degree or demonstrated performance in this field.
The Student Advocate is responsible for administration of all matters related to students in the Alachua County Take Stock in Children program, including the following: selection, monitoring, scholarship administration and intervention if required.
The major duties and responsibilities of this position include the following:
Personal Qualifies and Skills Required
Candidate’s compensation level to be determined based on education and experience.
Anyone who is interested should send their resume to Take Stock Program Director Tia Brock at Brocktt@gm.sbac.edu