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Seeking mature individual to care for 2 young children ages 4 and 1.5, on Sunday afternoons throughout the Fall semester. Regular hours would be 2pm-7pm to start, with possible flexibility or extended hours a plus. Duties include playing with the kids, serving snacks and/or dinner, reading books, possible trip to playground, etc.
Participate in a prestigious and highly innovative PAID start-up position that has a low time commitment and high reward. Choose to work by semester or for the entire year. Mentor local middle school students in the nation’s first after-school Jr. Bootcamp (two hours twice a week), that culminates in a city-wide Jr. Hack-a-Thon/Demo Day!
We need a fabulous, friendly and mature student (male/female, non smoker) to look after our three active boys after school. Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays Ages 15/13/10. They are very self sufficient and independent. Sitter would help keep boys working on homework, provide snacks, rides to sports practices and fun so screen time is minimal. Also need to do light housework to keep the house going, like doing the dishes, rotating and folding the laundry and occasional vacuuming. Meal prep a plus!
Seeking a warm, loving, mature, energetic and experienced babysitter to care for our two kids (ages 9 and 7) two or three afternoons/week, 3pm-5:30pm. Duties include school pick-up at their East Side schools, supervising homework, taking them to afternoon activities on the East Side (field hockey at Brown, lacrosse at Brown, swim team on Hope Street near Brown, math program at Wayland Square, etc.)
AAAP is an academic society for psychiatrists who are Board certified in addictions. Our national office is in East Providence, RI. AAAP's mission is focused primarily on education and training. We have several federal funding grants to teach health professionals nationwide in effective treatment of opioid addiction and pain. Partnering with AMA, ADA, AAP, and numerous other medical professionals organizations we provide webinars, online modules and mentoring free. Each year we hold our annual meeting in a warm and beach like environment in December. We need a student who likes to plan, organize and GET THE JOB DONE to join our team to prepare for this annual meeting that will be held in CA this year. IF the right person we could take you with us---BUT not required. Someone who can come in each day ready to do whatever anyone needs--answer phone, take notes on committee calls, enter data into learner management system, pack boxes, or eat cake. We work hard but play hard too. Come join our team and learn a lot about a nonprofit. An opportunity to be committed to helping those struggling with addiction/substance use problems, mental health and associated problems. Help those who are stigmatized --make a difference.
The student will be required to work a variety of positions during aquatic events which may include timing, assistance with technical equipment, hy-tek swimming and diving operation, water polo table operations, announcing, copying and posting of results. In addition, the student will be required to assist with the set-up and break-down of the competition equipment.
Our son is 9 years old and attends Vartan Gregorian Elementary School. He is originally from Ethiopia but has been here for 5 years. He is a little shy but loves sports--and being active--moving and anything relating to a ball is a plus. He is a great athlete but is challenged with getting his homework completed in afternoons. Academically he struggles and having someone who enjoys explaining concepts and building his self confidence is key. Last year two Brown U seniors worked with him and they had a major impact on his progress socially, academically and athletically. WE NEED someone who is positive, energetic and wants to make a difference in a young guy's life.
Maintaining a safe, positive and productive learning atmosphere. Committing to a 12 week class schedule. Youth Programs run after school (3pm-7pm WeekDays), as well as weekends (9am-1pm). Schedule is super flexible, and we will work with your classes/exams! Interacting professionally with both parents and students. Implementing and monitoring lesson plans and curriculum. Managing the flow of activities/learning during class as well as from week to week. Teaching hard skills (belaying and knots) as well as technique on the wall. Adapting and modifying lessons based on the needs of the students. Functioning as part of a team. Please contact Dom Pascariello at email@example.com with questions or applications. Include a cover letter, and relevant climbing experience.
The evening supervised studies tutor assists students in academic tasks involving reading analysis and interpretation and academic writing. Graduate students in the Humanities are encouraged to apply.
Looking for a true self-starter (this position will be managed remotely). Get involved in the marketing and growth of a fast-growing startup company through on-the-ground efforts. Due to the nature of the role, applicants must be 21+. Responsibilities/Tasks: 1. Spearhead local field marketing efforts - Boost visibility of the Drizly brand within the local community - Identify relevant events and insert Drizly presence (beer festivals, wine/food tastings, etc) - Target happenings and concentrated locations of prime demographic users (luxury residential buildings, fun company offices, Providence Flea, etc) - Ambassador the brand and lead small teams in marketing efforts when appropriate - Coordinate distribution of print materials 2. Support Drizly's growth in the Providence and greater Rhode Island market - Develop and implement locally-specific customer acquisition strategy - Build relationships with potential Drizly corporate accounts (i.e. local startups, agencies, law firms, etc. who order alcohol to offices) - Build and cultivate brand awareness (Educate and connect people with the Drizly brand) - Develop new and unique brand activations (how to turn heads and get people talking about Drizly) - Engage leaders in the local drink community (restauranteurs, wine/beer experts, mixologists) - Develop partnerships with local breweries, distilleries, brands, startups, etc. 3. Other possible responsibilities/tasks (if interested) - Create local content for use on Drizly national blog and social channels - Use local market sales data to help drive strategy and decision marking - Identify and vet local advertising and press opportunities - Meet with liquor store partners - Anything and everything else that involves Drizly in Rhode Island
The Bookstore is looking for temporary employees to help us during the busy semester start. Grad Students preferred.
Tutor for beginning and intermediate German: language assistance for students in German language courses, homework assignments, improving conversational skills. Assistant will hold open hours for three one-hour sessions per week. During down time, candidate to provide help with copying, mail sorting and delivery, errands on campus, and miscellaneous office tasks.
Responsible for overall management of the Campus Center Facility during the evening hours. We are looking for students to cover shifts from 5pm-11pm in the Campus Center. Working from the information desk, they will maintain the building, report any problems and assist users.
The Science Center is interested in hiring students to use the latest multi-media techniques to communicate science concepts and discoveries that make science at Brown so exciting, surprising, and engaging to scientists as well as non-scientists at all levels. We hope to engage viewers using alternative media such as animation, artistic renderings, audio and video creations, cartoons, storytelling, etc., using computer graphics, podcasts, iTunes, radio, TV, and other formats to engage a broad audience in those aspects of science that we are all entitled to understand and appreciate. Brown Science Center Animators will work closely with the Science Center staff to design and develop series of science features using different media platforms. Examples of completed projects are feature at https://www.youtube.com/scitoons
This is a two-hour position in support of Graduate School Orientation on September 4, 2015. You must be able to work from 11 am to 1 pm on September 4. We seek students to help check in new graduate students at the registration table and to help with logistical tasks during lunch.
The Lapierre laboratory studies the biology of aging and the regulation of longevity mechanisms using the nematode C. elegans. The laboratory support position will include tasks such as plate pouring and seeding, dishwashing, as well as nematode growth and maintenance.
Provide AV & IT support for classes, administrative meetings and special events on campus. Operate, deliver, setup, and troubleshoot IT &AV equipment without supervision. Training provided.