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Duties/Responsibilities: This position works directly with the Program Services Department of the School of Professional Studies. The primary duties of this position are to make outbound phone calls to Summer@Brown students and their parents including those who: have not fully completed applications, require additional documents, are enrolled in canceled courses, or require assistance in selecting a course of study. Additional duties include assisting other areas in the department as needed. Please note the location; 1 Davol Square is less than a five-minute ride away with the Brown University Shuttle. Applicants will be contacted for an interview, please do not contact us if you do not hear back. Training will be provided for those hired. **You will be contacted if you are granted an interview. Do not send extra messages to check on your application.**
The Teaching Assistant’s (T.A.) primary responsibilities will include: • Helping to prepare community-based class projects that may require some research, direct contact with agency officials and NGOs, and/or database support • Helping to manage reading and assignments on Canvas and Google Listserves • Running one-hour evening discussion sections • Occasional library and/or web-based research and Xeroxing • Holding regular office hours for one (1) hour per week • Assistance with grading
The primary role of the Latino Heritage Series programmer involves coordinating and programming Latino Heritage Series events, focusing on Latino /Latino American, Puerto Rican, and Chicano Identity. In order to facilitate communication and schedule events effectively, the programmer(s) must work closely with the Latin American Student Organization (LASO), El Movimiento Estudiantil Chicana/o de Aztlán (MEChA), and all other student organizations relating to Latino students on campus and the Latino community at large.
The primary role of the Black Heritage Series Programmer(s) involves coordinating and programming the Black Heritage Series throughout the academic year.The focus of the series is on African/African American, Caribbean, and Cape Verdean programming. In order to facilitate communication and schedule events effectively, the programmer must work closely with the Black Student Union (BSU), Students Of Caribbean Ancestry (SOCA) and all other student organizations relating to Black students on campus and the Black community at large. Additional duties of the Black Heritage Series Programmers include: attending mandatory Spring and Fall trainings attending mandatory monthly meetings with all BCSC staff. reaching out to non-Black student organizations to inquire about the possibility of collaboration in event planning. planning of the series a semester in advance to ensure timely programming. creation of a planning binder to help with future event planning. At least one event must be a faculty engagement event. accessing funds through UFB and launching fundraising efforts involving student organizations, departments, and centers. organizing and overseeing the execution of projects (including any necessary clerical work) under the supervision of the BCSC Assistant Director and Program Associate. assisting BCSC staff and other programmers in the work of the Center. documenting all transactions, emails and other correspondence for future reference.
Athletic Marketing/Promotions Student Workers will be asked to run marketing and promotions events during games, interact with fans, sell merchandise, play music during games, and perform other duties as assigned.
Help Random House author set up talks and other marketing for biography of Bobby Kennedy due out in the spring. To be considered, email me a resume and short not on your skills and availability, to email@example.com.
Looking for a responsible cat-lover to stay in our large comfortable nineteenth century home. Our elderly affectionate cat needs three medications added to her food and lots of company; in return we can offer a lovely place to stay over the holidays.
Research Assistant for Quantitative Research in Education Policy Dr. Matthew Kraft, Department of Education, is seeking a part-time research assistant to collaborate with him on one or more of several ongoing research projects. Prof. Kraft’s research interests include the economics of education, education policy analysis, and applied quantitative methods for causal inference. His primary work focuses on policies to improve educator and organizational effectiveness in K-12 urban public schools. Application Instructions: Interested applicants should send 1) a brief cover letter, 2) a resume, 3) a writing sample of any length, and 4) an example Stata do file to firstname.lastname@example.org. The cover letter should include an explanation of the candidate’s interest in the position as well as a summary of his/her relevant qualifications and experience. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The position is open to undergraduates and graduate students. Familiarity using Stata to work with large datasets is essential. Students with strong applied quantitative skills are strongly encouraged to apply, especially those students who have taken a sequence of applied statistics or econometrics courses.