College Advisers provide college application and financial aid guidance to students and their families while fostering a culture of college attendance and higher education in Rhode Island's urban communities.
12 College Advisers work full-time in urban public high schools across Rhode Island to increase college awareness, preparation and enrollment of disadvantaged students. The College Advising Corps is funded by Serve Rhode Island.
College Advisers are recent college graduates who are also full-time AmeriCorps members. The position requires a commitment to complete one full program year (August through June). Minimum daily hours are 8 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., depending on school and program training schedules. Compensation includes a gross taxable living allowance of $17,000 for each program year, an education award, and health insurance.
Eligible candidates for the College Advising Corps at Brown University will be:
- A US citizen or legal permanent resident
- At least 18 years old
- A college graduate (a minimum of a Bachelor's)
Thank you for your interest in the College Advising Corps - Rhode Island! Our application cycle is for the 2020-2021 program year is not yet open. We will update the information on this page with more information as soon as it is available.
If you are interested in the College Advising Corps’ work we encourage you to review our national website. Opportunities to serve are available through 31 programs in 17 states, including Massachusetts, New York, and Pennsylvania. Each program manages its own application process.