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Seeking fun, inspirational, mobile and reliable sitter for our 2 year old. Looking for 3-4 days a week from 10:00 to 12:00 preferably. M/W/TH/F preferred. Our daughter loves to walk, play outside, dance, and read a lot. She is very good natured and previous care givers (who have had to return to college out of the area) describe her as a joy, lots of fun, and a perfect way to spend a morning.
We are seeking an afterschool caregiver for our 6.5 year old son Mon.-Thurs. from 2:30- 5:30/6 pm. The caregiver must be able to commit to a schedule for the full year, so if your schedule is subject to change in the 2nd semester or summer, please do not apply. Duties would include walking 6 blocks to pick our son up from school (on Mondays only), supervising his snack, homework & piano time and being willing to be engaged, active & creative with him the rest of the time. There will be no housekeeping duties, or driving required, however you must live close by and have a reliable means to get to our home/our son's school on time. We would request 2-3 references.
- 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: - 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.
Teaching Assistant for MUSC 0930, Romantic and Modern Music. Seeking student to assist Prof. Mueller in preparing handouts, keeping records of attendance, maintenance of course website, and grading of quizzes and other assessments. T.A. will also work during office hours or by appointment with students who need extra help in the course.
develop a database and web interface to organize and make accessible data about siphonophore diversity
Watson Institute is looking for two or three students to provide supplementary front desk coverage during the academic year. Coverage is needed weekdays Monday through Friday from 8am-5pm. Availability during those times is very important. Responsibilities to include: answering the front desk phone line and taking detailed messages, filing and other assorted office tasks as time permits, directing lobby traffic for events, and answering a wide range of in-person inquiries.
Watson Institute is looking for one student to assist the Communications team with postering around campus and provide office support. Working hours are somewhat flexible and will typically be a 5-10/hour per week commitment. Responsibilities to include: putting up events posters and promotional materials on campus [Wednesday and Friday], filing, photocopying, and running errands both within the building and throughout campus.
1. Verify and enter label information into the herbarium database. This includes species name, collector names, collection date and location. 2. Take digital pictures of herbarium specimens using the most up-to-date imaging equipment and software. 3. Upload image files to data storage and backup facility 4. Other duties as needed
Each year, Brown University and the Watson Institute for International Studies welcome a group of 40 undergraduates from 15 Latin American countries to campus for one week as part of a program run by Fundación Botín in Spain. One of the keys to the success of the program is the work of a group of Brown students who welcome and help orient the Botín scholars during their time on campus. We will hire 12 Brown University students as peer liaisons for a one-week period this year. The job will run from October 4-October 10, 2014 with a required orientation on September 22 at noon.
Various duties for the Literary Arts Program including some office support and faculty support duties including working with faculty with editing, wordprocessing. Also support with events and help with technical equipment in McCormack Theater.
Assist Professor Steinbach in Music 0550, S02, Theory of Tonal Music, review and grade homework assignments, tutor students in course as needed. NOTE: This section meets Tuesdays/Thursdays from 1:00 p.m. to 2:20 p.m.
Grade papers and meet specific deadlines.
Squash coach for girls high school team. Practices are daily 3:30-5:00. Matches are local. Season runs from late November to late February.
The instructor needs help with grading final exams. There will be a deadline as to when the exams must be graded.
Teaching Assistants for MUSC 0400 class, Introduction to Music Theory, to hold two lab sessions in ear-training per week, administer quizzes and sight-singing exams, grade quizzes and homework assignments, provide extra help to students as needed, attend all of the regular classes on Monday/Wednesday/Friday from 11 a.m. to 11:50 a.m., take attendance at class meetings and sections, and keep a log of attendance and grades.
The East Asian Studies department seeks a student office assistant to help faculty compile, photocopy and scan course or research materials, (re)format electronic files as needed, and assist with basic tasks and errands around campus, for no more than 10 hours per week. .
The Institute for the Study of Environment and Society (ISES) seeks research assistants to support the implementation of the Resilient Rhode Island law, which we helped craft and pass this year. It includes reductions of greenhouse gases economy-wide, and disaster preparedness to build resilient communities and infrastructure in the state. Interns will work with Professor Timmons Roberts and consultants hired by Brown University, and will work closely with state agencies and the Governor's Office.
Public Safety is looking for a student to manage its social media platforms (Twitter, Facebook and Instagram). Job responsibilities include but are not limited to: *Create a comprehensive social media strategy to increase visibility and promotion of DPS services. *Monitor trends in social media tools and appropriately apply that knowledge to increasing the use of social media at the Department of Public Safety. *Strategize with, and educate, the management team and other personnel across the department on incorporating relevant social media techniques into all of the departments products and services. *Assist Community Relations staff with updating website content