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The Brown Center for Students of Color (BCSC) provides an arena in which students can explore cultural heritages and learn about race and ethnicity as components of American identity. The Center provides a variety of services, support, and outreach to the Brown student body to promote both academic and co-curricular achievement. Programs of the Center include, but are not limited to: Third World Transition Program (TWTP), Minority Peer Counselor (MPC) Program and Black (BHS), Latino (LHS), Asian/Asian American (AAHS), Native American (NAHS) and Multiracial Heritage Series (MRHS). The primary role of the social media liaison will be the management of the BCSC's social media presence (i.e., Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.). The position will also be responsible for the BCSC's online communication channels during the academic year, especially during TWTP. This position will work closely with the other BCSC student staffers and programmers to obtain photos and information to update various social media outlets in order to the inform the campus and Providence communities about what is happening in and through the BCSC.
Holly Ewald, founder and artistic director of UPP Arts (formerly Urban Pond Procession) and a Community Fellow at the Center for Public Humanities, seeks an Environmental Workshop Coordinator to develop education materials to inform and stimulate teaching artists in an introductory workshop focused on “making water visible.” After this workshop artists will submit project proposals for spring workshops in schools and community centers, which the coordinator will help to evaluate and present to workshop sites. Spring semester the coordinator will plan, and co-lead workshops with a teaching artist in local parks and at environmental events in Providence to help promote participation in the Urban Pond Procession and to build and engage a sense of community and stewardship of our local ponds. To prepare for the workshops, the Coordinator will research global, national, and local issues related to water quality and preservation; read from various resources including The Big Thirst by Charles Fishman, recent Providence Journal and EcoRI articles on water, RIDEM’s 2012 Integrated Water Quality Monitoring and Assessment Report, as well as resources from the newly formed state Stormwater Coalition.
Brown professor seeking a mature individual to provide occasional babysitting on weekends and evenings for a 1-year old girl. Duties include preparing snacks, changing diapers, reading bedtime books and playing in the park.
To actively engage our 15 month old boy and 5 year old girl in reading, play, conversation. To generally care for their safety and well being.
Nanny for two children (9year-old boy and 7 year-old girl). Both parents are doctors and work on irregular schedule. We are looking for a person who can drop off and pick up kids from their school and take care of them until either of parents comes back. Sometimes weekend care is needed.
Researching several future projects in the field of foreign affairs, to locate articles and materials on pertinent topics and other miscellaneous tasks to support teaching and writing.
Must keep track of how many people enter Martinos Auditorium by using a clicker. Must enforce rules of auditorium (no food or drinks), and people can't stand or sit in isles.
Assist students in MCM1700D with production and editing of their projects. Instruct students in use of video camera, editing and audio equipment.
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.
Athletic Marketing/Promotions Student Workers will be asked to run marketing and promotions events during games, interact with fans, sell merchandise, and perform other duties as assigned.
The position entails delivering express meal and pizza orders, stocking items for deliveries, and administrative tasks such as organizing the order schedule, confirming and taking orders, and maintaining the cash and order log. Student will report to Dining Services professional managers.
Grade papers and meet specific deadlines.
Seeking experienced female to care for 9 year old femaile. Hours are Mon - Friday 2:45 - 6:00 and some weekends. Duties include homework assistance, exercise and preparation of snacks.
Our family is looking for a relaxed, cheerful individual to care for our smart, funny, and (generally!) well-behaved kindergarten-aged twins (a boy and a girl) after school four to five days per week: Monday through Thursday or Friday, roughly 2:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Responsibilities include picking the kids up from school, providing a snack, possibly taking them to organized activities, engaging with them in age-appropriate play, supervising independent play, and light tidying.
Seeking reliable individual for afterschool care. Children need to be picked up from school and driven to afterschool activities. Must be able to drive and have own transportation.