ANC Academy of College Planning (ACP) consultants work one on one with a student and their family to help students achieve acceptance into the college of their choice. Consultants help students by setting goals, being realistic about their college prospects, and advising the student on their high school academic and extracurricular choices.  College consultants utilize an intimate knowledge of schools, degree programs and admission practices, and to increase their child's chance of enrolling in his or her first choice school.


  • Meet regularly with each client developing and implementing a successful college preparation and application program (frequency depending on grade level of student).

  • ANC consultants collaborate in a team setting with other support staff for each student.  Consultants must be prepared to communicate with tutors and other ANC staff to ensure consistent progress for each student.

  • ANC consultants are expected to maintain detailed logs of each student’s hours and progress and submit monthly reports to the Educational Coordinator.  

  • Administer academic and career interest profiles, evaluate and share results with the client and their family.

  • Research colleges and their academic programs that are consistent with the educational abilities, values, and goals of your individual clients.

  • Guide students through goal setting procedures and ensure that they are equipped with the skills and tools to realistically meet those goals. 

  • Monitor student performance and assist with academic course selection for maximum impact for college readiness. 

  • Coordinate with the student to develop a consistent record of volunteer/community service activities that are consistent with their academic and career interests.

  • Assist students in the process of drafting and revising personal statements and other required application essays.

  • Travel may be required to ANC offices, public libraries, and students’ schools or be comfortable using video conferencing to conduct consulting sessions.


Preferred qualifications:  Master’s degree or Ph.D.   Persons with direct experience with college admissions are strongly valued. 


Hours and Compensation:  Hours will vary and compensation DOQ


Qualified candidates please send your resume to