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We are looking for a reliable, responsible, fun part-time sitter for our 7 year old daughter. We are a foster family, so it is possible that we may also have another school- age girl this summer also. We need someone on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and thursdays from 7:30-5:30 from June 25-August 1. Responsibilities would include bringing our daughter to the pool club, and having fun! There would be opportunities for occasional babysitting before and after the summer block.
skilled in excel, scanning, and making slides, including diagrams, for powerpoint
We offer innovative accelerated math programs for kids in grades K through 12. Our mission is to unlock the math potential of the American kids and reach the highest world standards in math education. We offer a rewarding opportunity to apply your teaching talents and knowledge of math to influence and shape bright young minds. And do this steps from Brown, in a modern teaching facility in the beautiful Wayland Square area. We provide flexible weekend and late afternoon schedule and excellent, merit-based compensation.
To assist students in the courses that historically have relied on one-on-one tutors the Office of the Dean of the College is offering individual tutoring. Research has shown that tutoring is more effective in raising the overall achievement of students, especially in math, science and economics courses. Tutors will be responsible for facilitating one hour individual sessions. Tutors are expected to meet with their tutee(s) weekly to review important or difficult topics covered in that week, engage the student in understanding course objectives, and model the thinking processes needed in the course. There is also a need to have tutors ready to assist students on an individual basis, so this job is looking for student flexibility. Applicants are reviewed on a rolling basis. All information will be kept on file, and YOU WILL ONLY BE CONTACTED IF YOUR QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERTISE FIT OUR NEEDS. ONLY APPLY IF YOU ARE QUALIFIED TO TUTOR AT LEAST ONE OF THESE SPECIFIC COURSES: CSCI 22 **Include the courses that you are able to tutor in the "Additional Comments" Section.**
Conduct outreach to community agencies and stakeholders that service local populations at risk for sexual and reproductive health problems (including drug users, refugee populations, sex workers). Conduct key informant interviews with agencies/organizations to identify prevention and intervention needs. Prepare summaries of these needs assessment activities.
Student assistants needed to help scan and proofread books to electronic format from the start of the fall semester. Some receptionist-type tasks are also part of the position, answering phones, providing test materials to proctors and other tasks. Approximately 5-12 hours per week.
Student to take measurements of silicon detectors for the CMS experiment
*Students will perform tasks determined by departmental needs including preparing books for patron access, testing library materials for acidity of paper, constructing phase boxes and other protective enclosures for library materials, and other related duties. *Student will work with specialized tools and equipment, which may include computer software for preservation applications
Student Assistants create digital copies of rare and valuable library materials (including manuscripts, images, slides, books and art prints) *Capture (scan, photograph) digital images *Edit digital images using graphics software *Transfer digital files to CD's, DVD's or other back-up media Performs additional duties as required.
What? A fun and interactive opportunity to build your resume and get paid! Gain valuable experience during an 6 week paid student internship this Spring 2013 with Campus Entertainment as a Student Promoter for PacSun and their Golden State of Mind promotion. (www.PacSun.com and www.gsom.com). What will you do? As a Student Promoter for PacSun you will engage students on your campus to raise awareness for the PacSun brand. For six weeks you will use your creativity and connections to increase excitement and brand awareness for PacSun. This program is an outstanding resume builder, and a fun opportunity to interact with your peers and earn some cash! Student Promoters will be expected to: Utilize word of mouth marketing and creative peer-to-peer engagement tactics, including outreach to student organizations and Greek life, to build brand awareness and increase relevance for for PacSun Display and circulate marketing materials such as coupons, flyers and posters to advertise and promote PacSun (must follow appropriate process on your campus to get posters approved) Leverage social networking contacts to build momentum for PacSun brand, promotions, and contests Report weekly activity and results via Campus Entertainment’s reporting site at least once per week Training provided – Work hours flexible, with a minimum commitment of 10-12 hours per week When? Scheduled to begin March 4th, with training the week of February 25th, and 6 weeks of actual activation. Incentives? $125 per week stipend paid in full upon successful completion of the program ($750 total stipend) $100 gift card to PacSun Valuable experience to add to your resume! Interested students should complete this online application: http://bit.ly/VgUYjy If you have any questions please contact Lindsay at LindsayJ@campusentertainment.net
The position will work with the Academic Program Coordination Team and Program Directors on a variety of tasks. All projects will be prioritized on a Google Document which the student will check prior to their shift, and will need to update the status of each task at the end of their shift. Main responsibilities include: • Data input and create spreadsheets from database • Prepare schedules, create name badges, scan/copy confidential information, and set up classrooms for the Executive Master Programs. • Assist with various duties at the front desk while the students are attending classes at 200 Dyer St. Follow up with additional research as needed. • Monitor email from instructors and retrieve class rosters for both credit and non-credit courses and reconcile these rosters with actual attendance insuring class lists on Banner reports are correct. • Cross reference enrollment reports with summer classroom capacity spreadsheets to ensure rooms are not too small. • Prepare and email Google Form Surveys • Address projects as assigned
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: writing content for the athletics website and other publications (game/season previews, features, game recaps, and online biographies). Positions will work varied hours, including responsibilities before, during and after athletic events.
Under the supervision of the Art & Architecture Librarian, student will carry out support duties including: Compiling images within the Luna Insight database for the librarian's Image Blog. Researching faculty book and DVD requests to determine which ones the library already owns. Researching books with high quality illustrations from which images can be made to support faculty teaching. Comparing selected drawers from the Art Slide Library to digital image collections and determining which images have already been scanned. Bringing slides back and forth to List Art Center and filing slides back into drawers. Possible other duties as assigned.
Looking for employment near your dorm room? Josiah's (located in the heart of Vartan Gregorian Quad) is looking for friendly people who want to make delicious salads, grill hot quesadillas, and stock yummy packaged items. Shifts are about four hours long, but trust us, you’ll wish they were longer. We are unable to sign up new workers via this website, so do NOT fill out the application form. If you come to our office you can see what shifts are available, and we can sign you up for work on-the-spot. There is no application or interview process. All you need is your brown id and either your original passport, your original social security card, or your original birth certificate. Our Office is located downstairs from the Ratty, across from the Ivy Room.
Trademark Tours is a leading local tour receptive for private groups at Brown. We run private tours and create private programs for groups traveling to Brown. We are now hiring Brown hosts! Our scripted private tour of Brown University inspires and entertains guests of all ages from around the world! You, our Brown Hosts, truly inspire our guests. They want to hear your personal story: How did you beat the odds? How did your high school experience prepare you for Brown? What advice do you have for future applicants? For a typical Experience Brown tour, the host(s) will arrive at the tour launch site 10 minutes prior to the scheduled tour launch time. The tour runs ~90 minutes on average (may be shortened at the group’s request) and focuses on Brown academics, history, architecture, and most importantly, an emphasis on contemporary student life. We provide extensive training and support for both learning the tour and also to brush up once you’re a tried-and-true veteran. Our guests come from all over the world and are comprised of people from all walks of life. One day you might be touring a group of Chinese students on a basic tour while the next day you might be helping run a workshop for a group of Italian chemists. The job is always different, interesting and fun. This job pays at least $30 for each event plus tips.
I am looking for active, creative, fun-loving artists who are interested in teaching at an summer arts camp July 2013 in the Tiverton area for 2-4 weeks. Specific dates have not been set yet. I am looking for dance, theater, music, and art teachers, but other interested creative individuals are welcome to get involved! The kids will range from 6-13 so experience with kids is a plus but if not- no worries, reach out anyway! Possible pay for instructors is negotiable but volunteers are encouraged! Even if you think you could only work for a week I would love to hear from you. Last year the camp was a huge success at the Four Corner Center for the Arts it ran for a week with about 30 kids and focused mainly on theater. My goal for this summer is to expand the camp and dip into other art forms. I am in the beginning of my planning stages but if this is something you may be interested in (don't worry about commitment or time or anything) I would LOVE to hear from you. Thank you for your time!
Thursday Supper is a weekly discussion and fellowship program hosted by The Office of the Chaplains and Religious Life. A 45-year tradition, Thursday Supper takes place at the home of the University Chaplain and welcomes anywhere between 20 and 30 students each week to discuss issues of religious and spiritual significance. Two student partners are selected each academic year to coordinate Thursday Supper speakers (from among faculty, staff and the community); order food and supplies; advertise the program; maintain the listserv; and prepare for/clean up after each session. For more information, contact the current Thursday Supper coordinators Maya Chay at firstname.lastname@example.org or Kevin O’Brien at email@example.com.
Work on oral history project on DEMOCRATIC TRANSITION IN (FORMER) YUGOSLAVIA, 1980-1995. The end date for this position is 6/30/13, with the possibility of continuation.
Seeking graduate students to help coach high school students through the college application process. We have a variety of Coaching positions for candidates with some experience with SAT/ACT testing, essay writing, completing college applications, developing a resume, mock interviewing, as well as career and major exploration and identification.
Help family on Block Island with care and physical assistance for elderly, disabled man with mobility issues; some light housework. Schedule/hours: Up to four hours per day, five days per week, from late June through early Sept; flexible schedule to be negotiated. Special considerations: This could be a supplement to other island employment. Study space potentially available to student/graduate student working on thesis or the like. *Private room provided & shared bath in ocean-front family home on Block Island. Meals provided, Internet connection, laundry facilities