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Lincoln School is seeking a field hockey coach for girls ages 8-11. This will be an instructional non-competitive after school enrichment for students. Candidate must be able to work with a variety of skills from beginner to experienced. The ideal candidate will have field hockey playing experience.
Housesit, care for 2 cats and one dog, water garden. Enjoy flower garden, fresh herbs, fruit and vegetables, sun porch, comfortable home.
Tutor for application of differential equations wrt Hilbert, Banach, and Sobolev spaces
YOUTH GROUP ADVISOR For Grades 9-12 September 2015-May 2016 -Paid Position- Large Conservative Synagogue on the East Side Needs Youth Group Leader. Please contact us if you are FUN, ENERGETIC, and Have Experience Working with Teens. Gain Valuable Leadership Experience and Network with some of the nicest families in Rhode Island while having fun hanging with teens in a variety of settings. We are looking for someone who can inspire our teens, working to develop them as leaders while still having fun and being relatable. Being Team oriented is a MUST, as the advisor will be working with the teen board to develop all programs. Previous work experience in Jewish settings preferred, though not required. The advisor job for our teen group is approximately 15-20 hours/month. The position is 9 months and pays approx $3, 200 with some additional money available for staffing regional events Must be available to work some on Sundays Interested? Contact Mira Biller at 401-331-1616, ext. 28 or email her at email@example.com for more information.
my daughter Serena is attending the college essay Writing at Brown from July 26-July 31.She has been playing number 1 on the Deerfield Varsity tennis team for the last 2 years and is looking to take a tennis lesson or Hitting partner for that week at 10:00am or late afternoon.
We are having a party on Saturday, August 22, 2015 at the Hope Club with various musical performers and would like a student to film the event.
Looking for responsible sitter with clean driving record and reliable car to pick up 4th and 5th grade boys from The Wheeler School on the East Side and bring home to Barrington 2-3 afternoons per week. Usual duties include snack prep, homework assurance, and overall household upkeep. May be asked to bring kids to sports practice occasionally. Typical hours are from 2:45 to 5:30
I am looking for an undergraduate TA to help develop and give a weekly MATLAB tutorial next semester in conjunction with CLPS 1520 computer vision. Knowledge of computer vision is not important (indeed this is a great opportunity to learn), however, MATLAB skills (matrix and vector manipulation – convolution/filtering would be a plus ) are crucial. For inquiries please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clean Wrestling Mats Before and After Practice
Physics Graduate Student to help put together curriculum content and materials.
ENVS-0490 Environmental Science in a Changing World. This class will be an introduction to environmental science with a concentration on global change. The TA will be responsible for leading two to three discussion sections once a week, help grade discussion quizzes and some light grading for exams. This is a great opportunity to dive into the scientific issues associated with human alteration of the worlds ecosystems.
The position will work with the Academic Program Coordination Team and Program Directors on a variety of programs at the School of Professional Studies. Typical tasks and projects include ad hoc research, creating and maintaining spreadsheets, and updating existing databases. Candidate must be experienced and comfortable with routine administrative and clerical tasks as well as maintain organizational competency to support multiple SPS staff simultaneously.
Overview: The Curricular Resource Center for Peer Advising (CRC) is a place where students help each other engage with Brown's open curriculum and utilize its academic resources. Founded in 1976 to support the fullest use of the New Curriculum, today the CRC's Director, student coordinators and volunteers coordinate information sessions, community-building events, and individual meetings with students for advising about independent studies and concentrations, applying for funding opportunities, issues related to the sophomore year, and more. The CRC staff works with other departments and peer advising programs to best provide a broad spectrum of advice about the wealth of curricular resources at Brown. The CRC is a part of the Office of the Dean of the College. Position: The Global Independent Study Project (GLISP) Coordinator is a newly-created position. The GLISP Coordinator will work with the Office of International Programs staff and with the CRC Director & Independent Studies student coordinators to advise students about the GLISP proposal process. The GLISP coordinator will plan informational sessions and workshops about the proposal process, and she/he will meet with students one-on-one or communicate with them via email to answer their questions about GLIPs and other independent study options. The GLISP Coordinator will collaborate with the two IS student Coordinators to publicize and promote the independent studies curricular option campus-wide to students, faculty and staff, thus raising the visibility of IS and creating a community of learning and support. The GLISP Coordinator will serve on the GLISP selection committee--a sub-committee of the College Curriculum Council--to make final decisions about the proposals (about 20 per year). In addition, the Coordinator will plan individual check-in meetings with all current GLISP-enrolled students, and help plan an end-of-semester "(G)ISP Talks" event, for all students who've done a CCC-approved independent study; s/he will also maintain an update-to-date database of past independent studies. Finally, s/he will help plan an information session for new GISP/GLISP faculty sponsors at the start of each semester.
-Oversee fitness areas -Knowledgeable in all program areas for varsity athletics -Assist with training varsity athletes -Attend all required meetings
Set up and breakdown field equipment. Filming parts of practice. Most needed days during the school year will be Wednesdays and Thursdays, from 3 - 6
Search for and retrieve paged library materials Process material for delivery, including photocopying, scanning, and uploading files Charge and discharge library materials Work with specialized computer system Communicate with patrons, including answering basic directional and circulation questions Process returned items Inventory carrels and studies Act as door guard as necessary Perform basic Gateway desk services in support of and in absence of staff Perform routine clerical support Assist staff with projects Maintain hold shelf and course reserve collection Sort, load book trucks, and shelve all types of library materials Maintain book stacks in good order through shelf reading and shifting as needed. Search for missing books Under staff direction, pull materials for transfer to Library Annex Related duties as assigned