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Seeking mature individual to care for 4-month-old baby girl in NYC. Hours are Monday, Wednesday, Thursday from 8:45-4:45. Possibly more days. We also have a small dog. Duties would include also taking the dog out.
Students needed to pack and move boxes for retiring professor. NOTE: Applications must be submitted online. Do not send email requests. Thank you.
Washing glassware by hand and using dish washing machine; autoclaving glassware; pour agar vials
Assist the Accounts Payable Department with payment processing, answering questions from University Departments, and other administrative tasks.
The Leadership Alliance is a national academic consortium that offers programs designed to prepare students for competitive doctoral level programs and provides long-term, comprehensive mentoring. The Executive Office is in need of a Program Assistant to provide administrative support to a staff of four professional staff, assist with project activities related to consortium programs and events, and help with data collections, report preparation and presentations as needed. Applicant must be able to work independently, demonstrate strong attention to detail, possess strong interpersonal skills and effective written communication skills. This position also requires documented ability to handle sensitive and confidential information, a commitment to high professional work ethics, and consistent dependability. Proficiency in Word and Excel required, with additional operational proficiency in Filemaker Pro and/or SPSS, and LinkedIn preferred.
Responsibilities include planning and/or attending open houses for prospective concentrators, convening meetings of concentrators, organizing informational fairs (eg study abroad) as needed, meeting with prospective students and concentrators on an individual basis to answer questions about the department (eg concentration requirements, thesis, focal course selection). On occasion may also be asked to give tours to prospective students and potential faculty hires.
Essential Job Functions: 1. Assist in the direction, supervision, and organization of campers in their living unit, within activities and throughout the camp in order to meet the intended camper outcomes. ? Apply basic youth development principles in working with campers through communication, relationship development, respect for diversity, involvement and empowerment of youth. ? Assure campers are properly supervised at all times. ? Be aware of and implement safety guidelines. 2. Participate in the development and implementation of program activities for campers within the mission and outcomes. ? Responsible for leading and assisting with the teaching of activities. ? Actively participate in all program areas as assigned. ? Provide for the progression of activities within the framework of individual and group interests and abilities. ? Assist in program areas such as waterfront, nature, all camp activities, and arts and crafts as directed. 3. Maintain high standards of health and safety in all activities for campers and staff. ? Provide the daily care of each camper within your supervision including recognition of personal health needs. ? Ensure that campers receive their medications as directed by health care manager. ? Be alert to campers and staff needs and assist them with personal and/or health problems, and discuss with camp health manager and/or resident camp director when appropriate. ? Be alert to equipment and facilities to ensure utilization, proper care, and maintenance is adhered to; report repairs needed promptly to camp director. 4. Be a role model to campers and staff in your attitude and behavior. ? Follow and uphold all safety and security rules and procedures. ? Set a good example to campers and others in regard to general camp procedures and practices including sanitation, schedule, and sportsmanship.
Gain valuable experience in higher ed recruitment by working with the Admission Office this summer! Summer Ambassadors provide campus tours and personal perspectives to prospective students and their families, greet guests at the Campus Center, learn the ins and outs of admission, and assist with special projects for the Admission Office.
Have a passion for education? Looking for a flexible job to earn some extra cash? Frontier Learning empowers high school and middle school students with greater access to science education programs. Frontier Learning is a CV Starr Social Venture started by two Brown Students that hosts science competitions for high school students. We’re offering a perfect part-time job for busy Brown summer students. We are looking for summer students with science backgrounds to help moderate our events (read questions and scorekeep). We’re hosting tournaments Saturday mornings throughout the summer session. Interested students must commit to at least 3 Saturdays and will earn $50 a day for 6 hours of work. To learn more about us, visit http://frontierlearning.com/. If you are interested or have any questions about the position, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The CareerLAB is looking for Peer Career Advisors for the 2013-2014 academic year! The Peer Career Advising Program supports the programs and services available through the CareerLAB and provides a vehicle for student input for exploring and implementing new services and programs. Peer Career Advisors (PCAs) provide resource advising, including resume and cover letter critiques. In addition, PCAs reach out to the Brown community and collaborate with DUGS and other student organizations and groups. PCAs also assist the CareerLAB in strategizing ways to increase the visibility of the department to the Brown community.
In collaboration with another SDWC coordinator, this position will plan the Women's History Series for the 2013-2014 academic year (esp. Women’s History Month in March). This position plans and organizes all aspects of programming including but not limited to lectures, workshops, and performances. Maintains relationships with other offices and student groups on campus and remains knowledgeable about event-planning at Brown. In addition, the coordinator staffs at the women’s center front desk two hours per week, attends a weekly staff meeting, and attends women’s center events.
The student installer will be responsible for assisting professors, students and artists with installations in the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts. Installation duties include but are not limited to hanging paintings and other printed works, mounting works along the corridors and assisting with the installation of professional exhibitions. The hours are dependent on the projects and on an as-needed basis.
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.