Minnesota Opportunity Corps members serve one year making a difference in the lives of individuals with multiple barriers to employment and economic self-sufficiency. As an Opportunity Navigator, you will help program participants one-on-one and in group settings set education and career goals, overcome barriers to goal success, increase their employability, find gainful employment/experience related to their field of study, and ultimately strengthen their financial stability.
• The member will part of the Student Life and Career Development department with 6 other staff members that work with students on multiple levels; classroom visits to deliver career programing and LinkedIn navigation, 1:1 assistance with career resources (resumes, cover letters, interviewing skills, Interview Stream, navigating a career fair) through appointments and designated walk-in hours, preparing and executing Leadership Series, and assistance with all aspects of industry specific career fairs.
• The member will also focus on developing strong career resources for students from marginalized communities, including, formerly incarcerated, disabled veterans, refugees, new immigrants, and students with disabilities.
• Participate in college wide committees and initiatives, seek and attend professional development opportunities, and assist with other Student Life and Career Development division services as needed.
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Minnesota Opportunity Corps does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, political affiliation, marital or parental status, military service, or religious, community, or social affiliates.
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