NextGenVest Money Mentor

Job Description:

As a NextGenVest Money Mentor Intern, you'll be making a positive impact on students and help them with the process of paying for college! This can all be done remotely from your own bedroom! Answer student questions about applying for financial aid and scholarships on our text message platform and be available at least 3-4 days covering shifts between 8am-12am.



+ Help guide students over our texting platform with financial aid, college apps, scholarships, budgeting, and all money decisions

+ Communicate key financial skills and concepts that you will be trained on through NextGenVest’s text message software

+ Research and organize information for unique situations and questions

+ Create a friendly environment for conversations with students over text using gifs and memes

+ Collaborate directly with the CEO, Kelly Peeler, to develop long-term communication strategy with students and learn more about the operations of a fast-growing tech start-up

+ All work can be done remotely from anywhere with a strong internet connection



+ You will be paid based on Wow Points, which are based on the amount of times you deliver value to a student

+ The Average Money Mentor makes upwards of $400 every two weeks. You set your own schedule. More output = more $$$!

+ You’ll develop your mentorship skills, as well as your understanding of education-related financial policy and student loans, with our unique online training programs

+ You’ll develop your professional skills by taking advantage of our unique Professional Leadership Development Program, which includes tips on networking, interviewing, and writing cover letters and resumés

+ The sessions are led by NextGenVest Alumni who have gone on to work for Apple, JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley, and Edward Jones, as well as our CEO, Kelly Peeler!

+ You’ll have the opportunity to expand your writing skills and become a published author by writing articles for our blog

+ You’ll also have the opportunity to develop your marketing and social media skills by leading an information session about your university on our Snapchat story



+ You’re passionate about helping others

+ You have applied for financial aid and scholarships yourself (so that you can relate to current high school students going through a similar process)

+ You have a typing speed of at least 55 words per minute 

+ You have great time management skills and can operate with little directive after training/instruction.

+ Bonus points if you've also done or are currently doing work study as an undergraduate and/or have experience tutoring/mentoring other students



+ Must be a current undergrad college student, Sophomore and up (no graduate students or alumni)

+ Must be available at least 16 hour a week covering your own selected 1 hour shifts between 8am-12am

+ All majors are welcome to apply

+ Minimum GPA: 2.5

+ Must have a Gmail account


Link to apply (same link for fall and spring):

Posted 11.6.17