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The New Scientist Program Peer Advising and Leadership Initiative (NSP:PAL) is looking for strong leaders and mentors to lead the initiative as coordinators in the 2013-2014 Academic Year. Coordinators share responsibility for the smooth operation of NSP:PAL with the NSP coordinator. To this end, coordinators are trainers, academic and personal support, and quality assurance. Coordinators do not tackle these disparate and complex roles alone---they work as a team in everything that they do.
Alumni Events is looking for a student to assist the Events Team in tasks related to reunion weekend. Duties include but not limited to counting tokens, running errands on campus, answering phones, making copies, and proof reading.
Assistant needed to help with busy educational consulting practice. Work includes creating spreadsheets (not complicated ones) of colleges for clients, creating invoices, etc.
Academic feminist journal seeking help in the editorial office.
We have an outgoing, articulate and well behaved eight year old little girl who loves to play with Barbie dolls, play Wii and play board games. I am looking for someone who is willing to interact and care for her her one weekday evening a week: Wednesday or Thursday and on occasional weekend evenings. Duties include preparing and cleaning up a pre-made dinner, reading a book at bedtime and keeping the family dog (25 pound Labradoodle) safe and in the house.
Hours: Friday, May 24, 2013, 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. ********** The Campus Dance Office is looking to fill a limited number of positions for the Campus Dance Crew. The Campus Dance Crew positions are committed to work the entire shift. Primary duties include: counting and draping over 500 tables with table cloths, placing signage on each table, hanging signage at each beverage tent area, and generally assisting in the set-up of the Dance. Team leaders will be chosen and will be required to work more advance time hours and will be paid more that other Campus Dance Crew. All will be required to attend 1 training meeting to be assigned into work teams. Salary – total earnings between $55.50 and $64.75. Position does include other perks – including temporary student housing (if you are currently living on campus) and complimentary lunch during shift.
Monitor gallery, sell catalogues, and greet visitors during exhibitions.
The Latino Student Initiative Coordinator fosters community among the various Latino student groups on campus. In addition to being aware of community needs and communicating those needs to the administration, the Latino Student Initiative coordinator maintains a close relationship with Latino Alumni (specifically, Brown University’s Latino Alumni Council (BULAC)). The Latino Student Initiative coordinators spearhead the Latino Commencement Dinner, an annual rites of passage ceremony that celebrates the transition from Latino student to Latino Alumni. Responsibilities include: -Planning and organizing the Latino Leadership Gatherings (Coordinators periodically invite student leaders from the various Latino student groups on campus to come together and discuss the potential for collective action.) -Maintaining a current list of all the leaders in the various Latino student organizations -Planning and executing the Latino Commencement Dinner -Aiding the Latino Heritage series in event planning and in the promotion of their events. -Reaching out to the greater Latino community.
Seeking undergraduate or graduate student interested in creating and implementing a plan to help my son, a 15 year old with high functioning autistic spectrum disorder, improve his social skills in the community.
Seeking a mature individual who has child care experience to provide excellent and fun child care for 2 young children aged 5 and 7. This is potentially a live in situation if that is desired by the accepted applicant. Days will involve arts and crafts, reading and spending time at the pool club. Some meal preparation for children as well as their laundry will also be involved. In addition to childcare, some care of pets may also be part of one's duties.
The position supports and assists the full-time food service staff in setting up express delivery orders by gathering and organizing all components of customers' orders. Includes small amount of food preparation and/or assembly. No customer contact is involved.
Student should have basic knowledge of astronomy to answer questions from the public, the ability to point out constellations, bright stars, and planets. Operate small telescopes.
Design and implement enhancements to our departmental website including a recently created password protected area for departmental use. Provide technical maintenance of website.
This position provides essential coverage for HR front desk for approximately 2-3 hours per day. Duties include greeting visitors, assisting faculty staff and students with new hire paper work, answering phones, making copies, and filing.
RA for Causality and Mind Lab. The Causality and Mind Lab is a developmental psychology laboratory, focused on understanding children's reasoning and developing social cognition. We are hiring an undergraduate research assistant to assist with the recruitment of child participants, implementation of experiments on infants and young children, and coding of data. MUST BE ABLE TO WORK EITHER WED from 10 AM - 1 PM OR FRIDAY 10 AM - 1 PM OR BOTH W/F. Refer questions about this job to Dave_sobel@brown.edu
Provide tutorials sessions for students taking CH0350
We would like someone to take care of our 8 week old baby this Saturday evening at our home in the Wayland Square neighborhood. (Other evenings this semester as well)
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.