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The Executive Layout Editor handles the overall layout design for the yearbook and works with the Editor-in-Chief of Layout to develop a cohesive yearbook design/theme. Using InDesign and Photoshop, he/she supervises the Associate Layout Editor in creating page spreads for all sections of the book, including student life, sports, events, the senior section, and ads. The Executive Layout Editor maintains communication with the contracted yearbook company representatives to trouble-shoot software submission issues and ensure that all page submissions are done accurately and in a timely manner. In addition, he/she collaborates with the Associate Layout Editor in editing proofs and submitting to the contracted yearbook company. As a member of the yearbook staff, this position is also involved with tabling at resource fairs and during Commencement Weekend.
The Associate Business Manager is responsible for creating a sales and business management plan for Liber Brunensis, alongside the Co-Editor In Cheif. The Executive Business Manager works on generating yearbook sales, advertisement revenue, and sponsorships through mailing campaigns and other fundraising projects. He/she assigns tasks to and supervises the Associate Business Manager. Other responsibilities include coordinating staffing needs for events, responding to e-mails and phone calls from customers, and processing all sales slips and ad forms. As a member of the yearbook staff, this position is also involved with tabling at resource fairs and during Commencement Weekend.
The Co Editor-in-Chief of Business supervises the Liber Brunensis yearbook staff and is responsible for oversight of all aspects of yearbook production. Responsibilities include hiring/training business staff, facilitating weekly staff meetings, and collaborating with yearbook team in the development of a cohesive and cost-effective yearbook design/theme. He/she meets with the Co Editor-in-Chief of Layout and the yearbook adviser for weekly check-ins and business/financial advisement. In addition, the Co Editor-in-Chief of Business maintains communication with outside yearbook and portrait photography vendors. He/she assigns tasks to, and supervises the Associate Business Manager. As a member of the yearbook staff, this position is also involved with tabling at resource fairs and during Commencement Weekend.
To further assist students, the Dean of the College Office will be offering limited academic support in the form of group tutoring for Economics. We are currently looking for sophomores and juniors in the following disciplines only, who thoroughly know the introductory and intermediate courses in their concentration and feel comfortable answering a wide range of questions. Group Tutors will be responsible for facilitating one hour study sessions of a small group of 3-6 students in a specific course. Group tutors are expected to meet with their group weekly to review important or difficult topics covered in that week, engage students in understanding course objectives, and model the thinking processes needed in the course. There is also a need to have tutors ready to assist students on an individual basis, so this job is looking for student flexibility. Please note that we keep information on file, and will only contact you if your area of expertise is needed and you are granted an interview. Interviews are 20 minutes long, and applicants should be prepared to teach a short 5 minute lesson. HIRING: ECON 0110, 1110, 1210, 1610 1620; ECON 1710; ECON 1720
1) Serve as a point of student contact for prospective and admitted MAT candidates: Email/call potential applicants interested in speaking with current students during both the recruitment and admissions season. Meet with prospective students (e.g., this can include a “shadow” type experience; taking them to lunch; and staying in touch with them during the application process). Congratulate admitted students through phone calls/emails and serve as a resource during their decision process. 2) Serve as a program representative at various MAT related functions including: MAT information sessions; Student Admit Day; other recruitment event(s). 3) Assist with recruitment through social media outlets (Facebook, Twitter, etc.).
Seeking mature individual, (prefer senior or graduate student) who can moderate discussion of short stories or particular author. Teach a wonderful group of retired persons 60+, ( many retired teachers) an enthusiastic group , well read and enjoy a good exchange of ideas. Great opportunity for a teaching experience
We're looking for a responsible, friendly, conscientious student to pick our kids (Grades 4 and 6) up from Wheeler school two to three days a week, walk home with them, and supervise homework, piano practice, and play time. Must like being around children and must be able to gently supervise homework completion. Ability to help with piano practice is also desirable. No need for a car and we have flexibility with regard to schedule. Occasional availability in the early weekday evening would be a plus.
Seeking mature individual to assist classroom teachers in a Montessori school. The children are aged 4- 9 years old. Duties will include monitoring children during lunch, recess, and transitions between classes.
Seeking easy going, responsible individual to pick-up my son (2nd grade) at 2.40pm. And who has the unique ability to keep him away from video games :-) Ideally playground time, homework help, visit the library, lego club, etc.. Hours will not be consistent, based on other after school activities.
Hi! I am looking for a fluent Spanish speaker to teach Spanish to, and converse in Spanish with, two girls ages 10 and 12 who have learned a bit of Spanish in school, and a bit of Spanish elsewhere. They are eager learners, and are particularly inspired by teachers who incorporate art (e.g., drawing, origami, etc.) into their teaching experiences.
Seeking loving, reliable and competent student to care for two sweet boys ages 11 months and 4 years. 4 year old is in school so often care would be for baby only. Hours are flexible - mostly daytime and occasionally evening. Duties would include preparing simple snacks, playing in the backyard, walks to the park.
Student and Employee Accessibility Services is responsible for handling a wide variety of supports for students with documented disabilities.The role of the Graduate Student Assistant includes working closely with the SEAS Administrative and Professional Staff to ensure the smooth operation of these supports.
Assist in game day activities as well as daily practice routine including gym set-up and clean up, working game clock and/or filming.
Make money and connections – New Alumni Relations job opportunity! Are you Energetic and Enthusiastic? If you are looking for another opportunity to foster the impression of today’s Brown on over 500 of our most active alumni volunteers, then apply now to work Alumni Fall Weekend/Family Weekend - October 16-18, 2015.