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This part-time position supports elementary school-based partnerships administered by the Swearer Center for Public Service. The position is responsible for administrativeoperations of the D’Abate Community School, a partnership between Brown University and the William D’Abate Elementary School that aims to provide engaging academic and social enrichment for D’Abate students, useful resources for D’Abate families and teachers, and rich learning experiences for Brown student volunteers. The Program Associate coordinates administrative functions and assists with logistics; the position also provides some support to Brown student volunteers.
Please apply on Brown Careers by searching for the job title above or job number 114295.
Each semester, the Swearer Center hires several students to work at 25 George Street as paid staffers. These students take on roles ranging from programmatic development to administrative support, social media, event organizing, and more.
Applications for the Fall 2014 semester are now open. (deadline: September 3, 2014 at 11:00PM). Please indicate your preferred position from the list below on your application:
UCAAP Program Assistant
Looking for a student to help organize regular conversations/programs for the UCAAP 2018 cohort. The student will also assist in organizing monthly TEAM advising meetings for UCAAP Advisors. Applicants should have good organizing and communication skills as well as a keen interest in strategies and tactics for effective social justice work.
Supervisor: Alan Flam, Director of Advising and Community Collaborations
K-12 Education Support
Seeking a student with excellent communication skills, experience with or interest in public education, and knowledge of Brown’s education community and resources to provide programmatic support. Projects may include supporting undergraduates’ work in college access, working with student leaders to evaluate programmatic impact, and designing Swearer training opportunities in education, as well as other special projects related to education.
Supervisor: Elizabeth Shimberg, Program Director for K-12 Education
College Access Support
The College Advising Corps at Brown University is seeking a student staffer to provide program and administrative support to CAC program staff. Applicants should have excellent written and verbal communication skills, attention to detail, organizational skills, ability to work independently, and proficiency in Microsoft Office programs (particularly Excel).
Supervisor: Ashley Greene, Program Director of the College Advising Corps
Urban Debate Staffer
The Rhode Island Urban Debate League (RIUDL–pronounced “riddle”), a nonprofit partner of the Swearer Center, is seeking a student staffer who is excited about our mission, vision, and values to help make our work more efficient and awesome. Projects may include communications-related work, including social media planning/management, donor newsletter production, website updates, as well as general administrative support for the RIUDL’s staff. The ideal candidate is a systems-thinker who is highly organized, self-motivated, and interested in non-profit management. Qualified candidates will demonstrate excellent written communication skills, attention to detail, proficiency with WordPress and social media platforms, Adobe Creative Suite (in particular Photoshop and/or InDesign), and laughter.
Supervisor: Ashley Belanger, Executive Director of RIUDL