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Seeking caring, responsible, reliable, child loving and experienced babysitter to care for 3 young children (ages 6, 6 and 5). Hours are M - F 2:15 - 6:00pm, with some flexibility required. Responsibilities include: picking children up from school, bringing to activities (library, etc.), snacks, playing together, light housework, etc.
Seeking green-fingered student for weed removal and care of front flower-bed.
Two students to help every Monday with the weekly Physics Colloquium. Duties include making coffee, setting up food table, washing blackboards, and cleaning coffee urns after Colloquium.
The Multimedia Labs (MML) are currently seeking professional and energetic students interested in supporting the use of multimedia and emerging technologies in the arts and humanities. Consultants will assist students and faculty, troubleshoot basic hardware and software issues, and serve as monitors during open lab hours. The Multimedia Labs are dedicated to the creation of media and art using emerging digital tools. We provide software, equipment and support for the production of web authoring, software development, graphics, video, animation, 3D printing, fabrication, and sound.
- Writes, posts, and reports on content and trends provided by the SC administration and Promotions Assistant to various channels; - Collaborates with SC Coordinator and student staff to author monthly strategic content calendar for the AY; - Lead the promotion of Science Center events and programming through current social media outlets, as well as the Science Center website; - Increase activity for SC social media and website by coordinating with Promotions Assistant, SC News Writer, and event planners; - Provide social media leadership to leaders of SC programs, including WiSE, NSP, etc.; - Provide reception support to the Science Center during while completing website and media assignments;
Lead: - event planning for the WISE program, in collaboration with other WiSE Coordinators, utilizing Science Center resources; - assignment of events so that all coordinators are actively engaged in planning - event assessment and reporting; - maintenance of WiSE event information in SC database, including promotions and follow-up; Assist: - other coordinators by providing event planning guidance; - with reviewing mentor and mentee applications, updating Mentoring Resources Handbook, and developing a sustainable event schedule that supports the objectives of the WiSE program; - developing a network with science, math and engineering departments, both internal and external to Brown, to encourage student involvement and input;
The Science Center is currently hiring Learning Exchange coordinators for the 2014-2015 Academic Year. Learning Exchange (brown.edu/go/LE) is an after-school initiative that uses computer science and engineering design to help middle school students develop a passion for learning. As a coordinator, you will be responsible for driving the program's vision and community impact. You will work closely with your co-coordinator to recruit and lead a pool of college students to teach middle school students how to write computer programs and follow the design process. You will also be responsible for interfacing with leaders in the community and partnership middle schools. The Science Center is currently seeking undergraduate students with a strong passion for teaching.
Are you looking for a part time job with flexible hours, in a great environment located on campus? We at the Brown Faculty Club are currently hiring part time servers/workers for breakfast, lunch and dinner shifts.
The Office of International Programs is looking for enthusiastic, outgoing, and creative undergraduate students who have studied abroad on a Brown approved program recently. This position will require a minimum of 6 hours per week - more hours may be granted based on individual schedules. Some occasional night & weekend hours will be required and expected. As a Peer Adviser, you will be integrated into many important OIP activities and events to help promote awareness about study abroad. PLEASE NOTE: Interviews for the positions will only be held in-person at the Office of International Programs at the start of the fall 2014 semester. If your application is selected, we will contact you with information about specific interview dates and times - please no phone calls or emails regarding the status of your application. The Peer Adviser's main responsibilities include: -Managing the OIP Library -Class visits -Answering general questions about study abroad, how to apply, and how to prepare for spending a semester abroad. -Serving as panelists at various key events and panels such as ADOCH and Family Weekend. -Assisting with publicity of events including: info and pre-departure orientation sessions and the annual study abroad fair. -Completing projects as assigned by OIP staff. -Assisting with front office operations: answering phones, greeting visitors, photocopying, filing, data entry and mailings, etc. -Working closely the study abroad advising staff on special projects
Provide assistance with day-to-day operations in the athletic communications office and also assist with game day responsibilities. Job includes, but is not limited to making game programs, keeping stats, filing, and record keeping.
- Lead the planning of four events per semester held at/for the Science Center with the assistance of other Student Assistants; -Provide logistical and administrative leadership to other members of the event team and utilize Science Center resources; - Report on planning progress and success of events to Science Center officials; - Provide reception support to the Science Center while completing event planning tasks;
- Lead a team of 6 students (2 lead teachers and 4 assistants) to produce a 6-week workshop series held for 2 hours every Sunday evening at the Science Center; - Providing logistical and administrative support to the team using Science Center resources; - Reporting on the progress and success of the workshop series to Science Center officials; - Provide reception support to the Science Center during non-workshop hours;
Seeking active, female tennis player to practice tennis with my 2 girls (10 and 9 years old) on the weekends. Hours are: Saturday late PM and Sunday late AM or PM. 3-4 hrs weekend for Fall semester.
The Howard R. Swearer Center encourages community participation, activism, and civic responsibility as central parts of a Brown education. It supports public involvement through community work, by helping students connect service and learning, by encouraging university/community partnerships, and by building opportunities for the development of leadership skills among participants. Responsibilities General • Develop understanding of the Center’s mission, values, programs and structure • Serve as point-person for Center’s reception area/resource library • Warmly greet and engage students, staff, faculty and community members who visit Center Office Support • Answer telephone, take messages, run campus errands • Data entry and database management • Complete projects assigned by full-time staff; may include writing and preparing newsletters, event planning, or other projects • Meet regularly with assigned staff supervisor Advising • Act as an informed resource for all students regarding Center resources, programs, events and activities • Counsel and support students interested in Center activities during regular shift and designated office hours • Guide students in accessing Center resources Outreach • Represent Center at campus events • Prepare and participate in presentations about the Center • Meet with other campus organizations to discuss to coordinate, share information, and explore opportunity for collaborations • Proactively identify events where Center should be represented
Seeking a reliable, fun, energetic person to pick up 2 boys maybe 3 some days (13, 11, & 8) from school on the East Side to oversee after school activities, shuffle them around and help with homework. Hours are 2:45 to 5:30-ish. Monday -Thurs.
Assist with the following of all TAPS productions: 1. Construction and painting of scenery 2. Load in of lighting and electrics 3. General organization of shops and theatres. 4. Other projects as assigned.
The School of Engineering dean's office is looking for a student to assist staff with a special project. In preparation for a visit by the ABET accreditation board, we need to update website content for listing course materials in the School of Engineering. This job primarily entails cutting and pasting and handling formatting. Some familiarity with School of Engineering courses is preferred. The work may take between 20-30 hours total, and we would like to have it completed the last week of August. After coming in for initial instruction, working from home may be possible.
The Music Department seeks responsible students to work as production assistant at department concerts. Duties may include, but is not limited to: •Stage management and door control •Ticket handling •Program pick-up and distribution •Fire safety management •Reception setup and breakdown •Lighting control and backstage management where appropriate Hours per week are dependent on events schedule. Responsibilities also include 2-3 mandatory training sessions (paid).
Seeking responsible, experienced dog walker to exercise and check in on terrier mix 3-4x per week during lunchtime/early afternoon hours. References requested, but dog lovers without previous dog walking experience are welcome to apply. Rates negotiable depending on experience. Access to car preferred, but not required.
Be part of a help desk team in Advancement working to resolve computer issues as well as other tasks as assigned.