Michael Molinos

Graduation Specialist in the College of Business

Greater Salt Lake City Area
Higher Education

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Michael Molinos's Overview

  • Account Manager at WWI

58 connections

Michael Molinos' Experience

College of Business Mentor

Western Governors University

Nonprofit; 1001-5000 employees; Higher Education industry

January 2009Present (5 years 9 months)

WGU Mentors serve a critical advising and support role for student success. Mentors do not teach courses, rather, they are their students' primary source of information about program operation, and about the policies and procedures of the university. Mentors counsel their assigned students in understanding expectations and overcoming obstacles to ensure success.

Mentors take a deep personal interest in their students' academic progress and reflect commitment to their students' success in all their daily work. They are experts in their students' academic program details and are able to answer or to obtain answers to all the questions students may have about their programs.

Mentors advise students on time management and schedule benchmarks for the student to successfully master program concepts, knowledge and skills. They help students identify their learning strengths and weaknesses and connect them with the resources necessary to extend the former and overcome the latter. They are well organized and good communicators, interpersonally, technologically, and in writing. Finally, they are not only capable in these many areas, but also dedicated to performing these functions in full measure.

Mentors must perform core responsibilities. These include:

* Providing direct, comprehensive program guidance to assigned students (normally 100 students for a full-time Mentor)
* Managing students' academic progress according to university policies.
* Scheduling students' use of learning resources and degree assessments
* Maintaining appropriate documentation of all academic transactions
* Maintaining regular communication with students according to university protocol

Account Manager


20072009 (2 years)

Michael Molinos' Skills & Expertise

  1. PowerPoint
  2. Adult Education
  3. Leadership
  4. Software Documentation
  5. Program Management
  6. Quantitative Research
  7. Training
  8. Analytics
  9. Management
  10. Time Management
  11. Microsoft Office
  12. Teaching
  13. Research
  14. Marketing
  15. Social Media
  16. Data Analysis
  17. Project Management
  18. Market Research
  19. Public Speaking
  20. SPSS
  21. E-Learning
  22. Distance Learning
  23. Policy
  24. Business Strategy
  25. Strategic Planning
  26. Qualitative Research

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Michael Molinos' Education

Brigham Young University

Undergraduate, International Marketing


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