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Rehousing, organizing and inventorying selected portions of the Gordon Hall and Grace Hoag Collection of Dissenting and Extremist Printed Propaganda (the Hall-Hoag Collection) at the Brown University Library You will be part of a team of 8-10 other Brown students under the supervision of the project archivist. Material in 1600 boxes needs to be reorganized alphabetically. You will work on various tasks including: • Verifying the contents of boxes against an existing inventory • Removing the contents of existing boxes and placing the content in new boxes in alphabetical order. • Updating inventories with the new box numbers. This is a very large project and will require close attention to detail. All students hired for this project will be working together making teamwork and communication skills very important. * Cautionary Note: The Hall-Hoag Collection includes materials that may depict graphic violence, and may contain graphic sexual content as well as offensive views and language
Baccalaureate and Commencement Usher duties include, but are not limited to, ushering guests on the main green, passing out programs, staffing the Commencement Welcome Desk, giving directions and placing signs. Applications will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. Please note, students hired will be required to attend a training session. Housing in the residential halls will be provided if requested.
The Student Film and Marketing Assistant supports the communications initiatives for CareerLAB. Responsibilities are completed during and after regular business hours. When applying, please provide links to video clips that showcase your abilities. Major responsibilities include, but are not limited to: * Filming of initiatives and events * Filming and editing short video pieces * Maintenance of the department YouTube channel * Attending and documenting some of the programs taking place after business hours * Contributing to the department Facebook and Twitter * Special projects as assigned ------------------------------------ In addition to applying on this site please also provide links to video clips that showcase your abilities, email this to: Anna-Rose_Stember@brown.edu
Kaplan Test Prep is looking for enthusiastic, motivated, and well connected college students to work part-time promoting Kaplan Test Prep campaigns and events, as well as on-campus and online test prep courses.
Transform the print-based medical journal "Surfing Medicine" from print to a web-based format
Assist the Gallery Coordinator, aid in the installation of art exhibitions, monitor galleries, and complete general office tasks.
We are hiring now for the September 2013-May 2014 school year. Our classes are on Fridays form 3:30-6. Students are Kindergarten through sixth grade. Teachers will teach a 45-minute Hebrew lesson and a 45-minute Jewish culture lesson.
We are looking for a babysitter for our 1 year old boy, in the afternoons, from 2 pm or 3 pm to 5:30 or 6 in the evening, 3 - 5 days per week. Responsibilities include playing, reading, walking, feeding, diapering. We work from home so will be on hand if needed.
BAA Membership Card Distributors will assist the Office of Alumni Relations in the distribution of BAA Membership Cards and information about the alumni clubs at Maddock Alumni Center each day from Wednesday, May 15 through Thursday, May 23, 2012. The shift is from 11:00-5:00 with a break for lunch. Housing is not provided.
1. Provide office support to CLPD (Center for Learning & Development) Team. 2. Assist with Staff Development Day preparation, assistance on the day of and day after event. Staff Dev Day is an all day event on Tuesday, June 4, 2013.
MUST be able to work 2 nights a week minimum. Project 16mm films for MCM courses. Project other media--dvd's, vhs tapes, cd roms and laptop projection. Security of building, equipment & media. Transport media to screening venues. *Projectionst must be present in the screening venue at all times. Generally all screenings are held between the hours of 7pm to 11pm Sunday thru Thursday. All shifts start promptly at 6:30pm. Interviews will take place the week of May 6, 2013.
Ensure safe exercise environment for patrons of the fitness center. Prevent, respond and assist with emergencies if required. Enforce all polices and procedures. Provide great customer service to patrons. Clean and organize fitness equipment. Record usage data. Other duties as assigned by supervisor. Available shifts may include weekdays between 6 AM-Midnight or weekends between 7AM-9 PM.
Assist the state agency and community liaison with conducting an assessment of the Woonasquatucket River
The federal health care reform bill will require chain restaurants to post calorie information on menus for all foods and beverages. Researchers at the Obesity Prevention Program at the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute (HPHCI) are evaluating the impact of this new regulation on a diverse sample of children, adolescents, and adults. Research Assistants will go out in alone or in pairs in their home city to interview subjects at fast-food restaurants. We are hiring Research Assistants in Providence, RI, Springfield, MA and Hartford, CT. Essential Functions: · Communicates with study subjects through personal interview. · Obtains informed consent and collects data from subjects about their food and beverage choices through a questionnaire. · Maintains and organizes materials/information on study subjects. · Arranges for return mailing of questionnaires back to Boston. · Daily progress reports to the Project Manager in Boston via e-mail and phone. · Works on special projects as needed.
Occasional childcare for an active 2 yr old girl.
myCampusTutors provides premium, online, on-on-one tutoring for grade 6-12 students. We employ top performing college students and teachers. (Geometry) We allow you to set your own schedule, choose your subjects, and pay the most in the industry. This is a great way to make money in whatever free time you may have and gain tutoring experience from your dorm room. You will be interacting with middle/high school students on an online platform that includes a whiteboard and video. You will have 15, 30, or 60 minute sessions within the time frame that you choose. We will work with you to get certified (we pay for that). You will work as little or as much as you choose! College tutors start at $12 per hour and can make up to $16.
• Student will be expected to lead and organize a weekly discussion section of 15-20 students and coordinate an engaged scholarship project with the section members • Student expected to complete all weekly reading assignments • Student expected to coordinate one class fieldtrip for 15-20 students • Student expected to attend a weekly 1.5 hour TA meeting (time TBD) as well as all class times (MWF 10:00-10:50). • Student will hold weekly office hours. • Student may be asked to review 15-20 weekly reading summaries
The Creative Arts Council is seeking program assistants to work with the CAC Director on a variety of projects for the Granoff Center and the Creative Mind Initiative.
Seeking enthusiastic student to give 10 year old boy Lacrosse skills to help get him up to speed to play for the local team. Flexible hours, as the 10 year old boy is home-schooled.