To help us grow to support hundreds of thousands of college students across the country, Edquity is seeking a part-time Student Support Representative to join the Student & Customer Success team. This position is a vital, student-facing role at Edquity, and is ultimately responsible for making college students using the Edquity product feel heard and cared for, and helping them access the tools and information they need to improve their financial security. This role will work closely with the Head of Student and Partner Success and our current Student Support Representatives. In addition to supporting students, this role will also have some responsibility appropriately interacting with practitioners at various Edquity college partners to ensure students are fully provided for and set up for success. The part-time Student Support Representative will work at least 16 hours per week with the potential to pick up additional coverage shifts. The shift for this role will include weekends and evenings.
Edquity is an anti-poverty technology company based in Brooklyn, NY that helps colleges improve students’ basic needs and financial security by increasing access to emergency resources and funding. To help students, including the 3 million who drop out every year due to a time sensitive financial crisis, Edquity provides partner colleges with a white-labeled mobile app and web platform that helps students overcome financial emergencies. With Edquity, students can apply for emergency cash grants, discover emergency resources, receive personalized financial management, and more.
In the wake of COVID-19, students need Edquity more than ever, and Edquity is quickly scaling to ensure it can support millions of students during this terrible crisis.
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