"Collegians are enormously important to the successful functioning of REACH on multiple levels," said Todd Austin, Director of the REACH Program. "Logistically, each Collegian supervises a group of REACH students, guiding them through the various events of their daily schedules. As a role model, the Collegian is the person with the greatest personal contact with REACH students and exerts the most direct influence on the students in his charge. He serves as a central link between the students and the REACH Director, Assistant Director, Deans and Faculty. The position, therefore, requires a great deal of personal responsibility and commitment to the mission of the program. Serving in this role is an excellent way to give back to Regis and REACH communities."
For three weeks of work, Collegians receive a $1,350 stipend. Additionally, Collegians are provided with room and board at no cost, as well as round trip transportation between New York City and Scranton. Three of ten positions remain open. Applications will be accepted through May 9. For application materials please contact Mr. Austin at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the REACH Employment page.