Financial Aid Workshop Leader
As a NextGenVest.com Financial Aid Workshop Leader, you will learn how to host financial aid presentations to high schools within your community!
You will be supporting our mission of helping thousands of low to middle-income students across the country to make information on the financial aid process more accessible, easier to understand and help students make smarter financial decisions overall.
You will be working remotely within your community/city for 4-6 hours a week doing 1-3 high school workshops.
- Build Your Professional Background: Use this experience to show potential employers that you're making a social impact through education and know how to lead others. You’ll also get mentorship from our Professional Development Bootcamp, senior team, and CEO Kelly which includes resume reviews, career advice, and marketing your skills.
- Opportunity for Promotion: You have the chance to get promoted! This would entail increased pay, more skill building in terms of management and professional development, and the ability to target hundreds of more students who need help with the college process.
- Get Featured in Our Articles: Work closely with Kelly, the CEO and Co-founder, to co-write articles that can get published through Forbes, LinkedIn, or through our latest blog (https://www.nextgenvest.com/blog/)!
- Join Our National Team: Meet your city team in person, virtually meet other student leaders across the states, and make new friends!
- NGV Alumni Network: Join our intern alumni group once you finish your internship and network with previous interns who have gone on to work with finance, marketing, tech companies, and more!
- Lead 1-3 weekly financial aid workshops in NGV partnered high schools in your city
- Post about our products/services online (e.g. social media and forums)
- Network and build trusting relationships with our clients
- Thoroughly understand our products and services to inform students and teachers
- Use word-of-mouth marketing techniques, like referring our company to friends
- Assist in organizing occasional community events
- Provide feedback for marketing initiatives regarding workshop environments and presentation flow
- Must be in an undergraduate degree program (marketing, politics, business, finance degrees are a plus but all are welcomed to apply!)
- Proven work experience as a leader or educator (tutor)
- Social media presence on multiple platforms
- Familiarity with Google Tools
- Excellent communication skills
- Professional attitude
- An outgoing, friendly personality, and a desire to meet new people
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