PROFESSIONAL STAFF POSITIONS

Thrive Center employs over 20 professional staff members who work to support UA students. Please see below for current openings and check back frequently for updates. 

Senior Coordinator, Arizona Assurance

The primary role of the Senior Coordinator will be to assist in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of the Arizona Assurance program (AZA). The Senior Coordinator will serve as the primary point of contact for Arizona Assurance students, assisting them to navigate financial aid, AZA program requirements, and providing support throughout their college journey.

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Coordinator, Financial Wellness

The Coordinator, Financial Wellness will serve as the lead in the development, implementation and assessment of financial wellness initiatives.

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Coordinator, Wellness 

The Coordinator, Wellness will serve as the co-lead in the development, implementation and assessment of wellness initiatives.

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Coordinator, First Cats 

The primary role of the Coordinator, First Cats will be to support the planning and implementation of events and programming that seek to enhance sense of belonging, retention and graduation of first-generation college students. The Coordinator will also seek to develop a pipeline of first-generation undergraduates who continue to graduate degree programs. The Coordinator, First Cats will report to the program manager, First Cats.

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Senior Coordinator, Men's Outreach Initiative 

The Thrive Center at the University of Arizona is seeking to develop an initiative to support the retention and graduation of students who identify as men of color. This position will partner with the many units in the University that offer programming and support for men of color; serve as a liaison between students and the University; and develop new programming that supports men of color.  Additionally, the senior coordinator, Men’s Outreach Initiative, will collect and distribute data on the status of men of color throughout the academic year to aid in developing/enhancing institutional efforts to retain and graduate this group of students.

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