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Columbia University Student Acad Support Worker (MedPREP Program Facilitator) in New York, New York

  • Requisition no: 525578

  • Work Type: Part Time

  • Location: Campus|Medical Center

  • School/Department: null

  • Categories: General Administration

  • Job Type: Short Term Casual

  • Bargaining Unit:

  • Regular/Temporary: Temporary

  • End Date if Temporary: 8/05/22

  • Hours Per Week: 10

  • Salary Range:

Position Summary

The NERA MedPrep HCOP Academy Program (MedPrep) is a partnership between Rutgers New Jersey medical School, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Columbia Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, and the Manhattan Staten Island Area Health Education Center. By uniquely building on the collective expertise of the partner institutions, the program aims to expand health careers preparation for minority and economically disadvantaged students throughout their undergraduate careers with the goal of increasing their competitiveness for medical school. Ultimately, we expect that participating scholars will have the humanism, professionalism and interpersonal skills required of a future physician caring for a diverse population.

A major component of the programs is centered on academic enrichment with a focus on improving of scholars’ performance in pre-health science courses. Supplemental courses are also offered to help scholars strengthen their learning and study skills. Alongside their coursework, scholars participate in practical experiences and career exposure seminars. The program will be held from June - August.

Medprep Program Facilitators will assist with managing pre-health science courses and general program execution for all program scholars. Participating scholars are undergraduate students (rising sophomores and Juniors at the time of the program) from diverse backgrounds who generally have varying skillsets and require guidance for education advancement and career exploration. Ideal candidates for the MedPrep Program Facilitator positions are those interested in working with students who fit the demographics previously described. This is a great opportunity to assist with exercising curriculum construction, providing course instruction, and establishing differentiation skills. Program Facilitators will be paid at a rate of $25.00 per hour .


MedPrep Program Facilitators will be responsible for assisting with the supervision, guidance, and education of college students enrolled in the summer program. Specific responsibilities will require that Program Facilitators:

  • Understand the overall goals and objectives of the program

  • Attend job orientation and training sessions (dates to be determined

  • Participate in orientation session for program scholars

  • Be available for the entire duration of the program

  • Lead a small group of approximately 10-15 scholars within the entire cohort

  • Take attendance at classes and program sessions

  • Assist with grading course assignments (including pre-test, mid-terms, finals, and quizzes)

  • Serve as facilitator for Accelerated Learning Skills workshops, Narrative Medicine and Career Development and Information Resources sessions, (2) additional science courses, and a research seminar

  • Attend and provide support for all program sessions (to include setup of presentations and introduction of guest speakers)

  • Attend weekly meetings with preceptors and program administrators

  • Coordinate and host social activities for program scholars

  • Complete general clerical duties as assigned

  • Provide feedback regarding interactions with program scholars

Minimum Qualifications

  • High School diploma or equivalency.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Full-time CUIMC students with education and training in science and/or mathematics.

  • Demonstration of leadership and organization skills.

  • Previous teaching experience is extremely helpful, but not necessary.

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