The KCTCS Student Affairs Division is seeking current college students located within the Central KY area to fill multiple vacancies for Admissions Support Intern. The role will provide support to prospective graduating high school students who express interest in attending a KCTCS college through completed admission application. This position will be responsible for assisting students through the initial stages of the enrollment funnel by answering early questions, assisting with financial aid applications and completing the KCTCS admissions processes through two-way text messaging campaigns.
Interns hired will work a part-time, 20-hour week during the months of May – August with the potential to continue if funding is secured.
This position is located in Versailles, KY and includes a partially- remote work schedule.
Compensation starts at $15.00/Hour
Become familiar with college admissions processes participating in the AIR Text4College.
Utilize the text messaging platform to send messages to prospective students.
Respond to inbound text messages from prospective students.
Coordinate with designated SignalVine account reprsentatives on scheduled messages and any needed updates.
Report on departmental key performance indicators.
Current college student residing in Central KY and seeking a degree in Communications, Marketing/Sales, Education or Related Field.
KY law requires state and national pre-employment background checks as a condition of employment. Initial review of applicants will begin on April 26, 2021
Position is open until filled - Applicants will be notified if selected for an interview
For questions regarding the above position, contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Internal Number: 68123
About KCTCS - Kentucky Community and Technical College System
The Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) is the newest postsecondary education institution in the Commonwealth. KCTCS was created by the Kentucky Postsecondary Education Improvement Act of 1997 (House Bill 1). Our 16 colleges and more than 70 campuses are deeply rooted in the educational history and tradition of Kentucky.