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Student needed to assist Brown Card Office with Summer Program operations, ID preparation for incoming students and basic office coverage. Responsibilities include: accepting/rejecting photo uploads in Banner for Pre-College population and incoming students, producing ID cards, sort and prepare ID cards for delivery to CE for weekly summer check in, prepare and sort ID cards for incoming students for Orientation Weekend. Work alongside CE on Sundays during check in to take photos of Pre-College students who did not submit photo’s before their arrival. Basic office coverage responsibilities include covering front desk operations, answering phones, troubleshooting and resolving issues that arise with the functionality of the Brown ID card for Faculty, Staff and visitors to the Brown Card Office. Maintaining daily Athletic Pass Membership orders for ID cards and providing card access to the Athletic Facilities for the appropriate time frame of memberships, miscellaneous duties as needed such as filing, etc. Hours: June & July: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday - Noon to 4pm, Sunday 8:00am to 2pm (Sundays beginning June 16th). August: Monday-Friday Noon-4pm. Extra hours may become available.
Oversee Summer Softball league games and facility. You will be required to start work around 4:30p on scheduled weekdays. The games will start around 5:30p on a to-be-determined 4 weekday schedule. There will be 2 games per afternoon held on one field.
We're looking for a babysitter for our 5 year old son for the summer and following school year. In June-July, we'd be looking for 3-7 hours/week; during the last 3 weeks of August, we'd need between 20-30 hours/week, and then once school starts, it would be back to the 3-7 hours per week (if sitter has availability and interest in more hours that may be possible). Our son has loved the French language since we spent a month in France 2 years ago, and it would be wonderful if our sitter could spend some portion of time teaching him French in a fun and lively way (with Flashcards, music, etc.) This past year, he spent an hour/week this year with a Brown French major who played with him in French and really enjoyed that.
Seeking a warm, loving, energetic babysitter to care for our two children ages 7 (girl) and 5 (boy) 2-3 afternoons/week. Hours are roughly 3-5:30pm on either Mon, Wed, Thurs or Fri. Duties include pick-up from camp (usually on the East Side) and fun afternoon activities such as playground time, the library, ferrying to afternoon activities and sports, baking, reading, playing games, etc. If weekend nights are available, opportunity for more hours as needed. We live on the East Side, one block from Brown University.
This Research Assistant (RA) position will support investigators and serve objectives of the sexual minority resource core at the Alcohol Research Center on HIV/AIDS. RA activities include managing communication with co-investigators and scientific collaborators, coordination of surveys and information systems, organization and some facilitation of a community advisory board, library research and electronic information gathering. The RA will also assist in data analysis and research synthesis, and will be a member of a team that produces scholarly publications, policy briefs, and engage in other dissemination activities.
The student applicant will be responsible for various research tasks including data entry for the Rhode Island Multiple Sclerosis Study. The applicant may also be required to provide assistance with other general department/study/center tasks, as needed.
The Green Certification Intern supports the Facilities Management Dept. of Energy and Environment’s (E&E) certification initiatives and serves as the point of contact between Facilities Management, EcoReps, Brown and surrounding community members. The intern will build upon previous development of Green Event Certification to finalize and introduce the program, whereby University events and departments will be certified by taking certain green measures in their planning. The intern will also support the expansion of the Green Dorm and Green Lab pilot programs and explore the feasibility and effectiveness of a Green Office program. The intern will further develop materials for these programs, promote them, provide applicant support, and measure progress. This will involve coordination with academic departments and student groups, as well as Residential Life, Environmental Health and Safety, Dining Services, Catering, and Events and Conference Services.
Answer main telephone lines for Development Office (110 Elm Street); forward calls; greet and direct visitors to the building; receive deliveries; light clerical duties (shredding, filing) around the building.
URGENTLY need a tutor for my 11th grade son for his honors physics and pre-calculus courses. Ideal schedule would be 2 afternoons or evenings/week, one hour each time, plus one hour on the weekend, to prepare for final exams.
The Department of Athletics & Recreation at Brown University is seeking qualified applicants for the Group Fitness Instructor position. Acting under direct supervision of Fitness Manager, the Group Fitness Instructor will provide excellent instruction in a variety of health/fitness formats including but not limited to strength, cardiovascular, mind/body and functional training. The position will promote the Department’s mission to advance healthy lifestyle choices through participation opportunities, educational experiences & supportive services. The Group Fitness Instructor will serve as a fitness resource for program participants and all Recreation Members to encourage continued class attendance and involvement in Group Fitness Program. Responsibilities -Develop positive relationships with program participants by teaching variety of challenging and motivating group fitness formats -Enforce policy & procedure of Dance Studios, Nelson Fitness Center & Group Fitness Program -Create safe & effective program design -Organize studio after each Group Fitness class -Promote Brown Group Fitness promotions, programs, services, & special events -Motivate Recreation Members to continue involvement with programs & services
(1) Working closely with curators and staff of the Special Collections Department to preserve, organize and describe the papers of Jose Rodrigues Migueis; (2) Placing materials in acid-free folders, labeling the folders and making a list of all folders inside each acid-free box; (3) Entering data about collection into computer files and databases; (4) Arranging materials according to acceptable archival principles
The Library seeks two students to assist with VIVO, a new online research discovery tool currently being implemented at Brown. •Proofread and edit faculty profiles •Help generate training materials for faculty editors •May work one-on-one with faculty to resolve profile problems
Facilitate weekly 1 hour long section discussions, attend pre-class meetings with course instructors, act as student-instructor liaisons, and attend 1 hour of class per week. TAs will also be responsible for helping to organize the Disability Symposium at the end of the semester and assist section students with midterm and final project questions and advice.
Looking for a biology and geometry tutor for my 15 year old son. He also could use some help with study skills.
We are seeking a summer nanny to assist in caring for our twin 16 month olds and 3.5 year old (starting July 8). They are bright, energetic, healthy kids who need someone to play with them and give them guidance on how to be little people. You would work in our home, and assist in taking them on outings in the mornings, such as to the playground, children’s museum, the zoo, parks, and walks. Some of these activities you would do alone with either the twins or the preschooler. (We do have two cats also.) We’re looking for someone who is out-doorsy, creative, energetic, up-beat and positive. We try to avoid the use of electronics (phones, computers…) with the kids. They love being outside, reading, building, tussling over shared toys, listening to music, swinging and climbing at the park, exploring and eating.
Monitor gallery and greet visitors during exhibition on weekdays from June 10 through July 19, 11-4 pm in the Cohen Gallery, Granoff Center (the Bell Gallery exhibition space will be closed this summer for renovations).
Monitor gallery, sell catalogues, and greet visitors in the Bell Gallery May 18 through May 24, 1-4 pm, and over Commencement weekend, Sat, May 25, 9am-4pm, and Sun, May 26, 11am-4pm.
The Chaplains' Office Assistant will be responsible for answering the phone, greeting visitors, calendaring, submitting catering and facilities orders, sorting mail, and other office duties, as necessary.
The Office of Student Life provides a variety of services, support and outreach to undergraduate, graduate, and medical students designed to promote academic achievement and personal development. Programs in Student Life include the Office of Student and Employee Accessibility Services, administration of the Brown University Code of Student Conduct, Student Support Services, and advisement for students throughout the medical leave and re-admission process. Residential Life is responsible for maintaining student residences which support the educational mission of Brown University and are designed to provide a variety of learning opportunities that promote students' academic endeavors, and which encourage their growth and development. The role of the student assistant includes errand running if needed, working closely with Student Life and Residential Life coordinators to answer incoming telephone calls to the main reception desk, administrative projects and general office support.
The Center for Environmental Health and Technology in the School of Public Health is looking to hire a medical student to abstract key data from patient medical records for a research study on the links between air pollution and stroke risk. Approximately 550 patient records from medical practices across the country are to be abstracted.