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Art Instructor

Thu, 08/18/2016 - 04:58
Since 1987, Young Champions has engaged in various recreational and educational programs for the youth of America. In our Art & Illustration program students thrive in an educational and creative environment where they are encouraged to develop and explore their imagination and creative expression. Our goal is to teach children and teens the skills necessary to enjoy a lifetime of participation in their favorite activity. We are searching for an Art Instructor to teach children ages 4-13 on Wednesday evenings from 5-7 PM at our facility in Pawtucket beginning September 21st, or on Monday evenings from 5-7 PM at our facility in Providence beginning September 26th. We train all newly hired instructors how to teach youth, and also provide a curriculum for our instructors to refer to while teaching. Students learn a variety of drawing and painting methods while exploring Realism, Pop Art, Impressionism, Cartooning, Anime, and more. Both boys and girls are enrolled, and students are placed into classes according to age. We offer a $40 minimum base pay per evening taught plus generous commissions! Please contact Olivia Bacon, Regional Director, by e-mail at Olivia.Bacon@youngchampionsusa.com, or by phone at 401-272-0300 for an application.

After School Club Enrichment Staff

Thu, 08/18/2016 - 04:57
*Assure safety and supervision of children at all times. *Lead educational and enrichment activities through project based learning. *Develop six ­ week calendars reflecting lesson plans and curriculum for club sessions. *Motivate students to succeed by leading and teaching students through varied learning environments. *Build strong relationships with students serving as a positive role model and encourage the joy of learning. *Assisted with homework *Promote and help to develop youth leadership *Implement appropriate behavior and classroom management practices *Adhere to all rules and regulations set forth by DCYF *Assist with family events related to the After School Club *Perform related duties as assigned

Athletic Communications Student Assistant

Thu, 08/18/2016 - 04:55
Provide assistance with game day responsibilities and possible day-to-day work in the athletic communications office. Job includes, but is not limited to press box operations, keeping statistics, and event management.

Male Artist's Model

Thu, 08/18/2016 - 04:52
Posing for paintings long term. 4 days a week, 9AM- 1:00 PM hours firm days flexible must be able to get to studio. Wife of former Brown prof (Dr. EE Crisman engineering) This will go on for many months segueing into another painting if you are the right person.

GIS Research Assistant

Wed, 08/17/2016 - 20:00
Assistants will participate in a historical study of neighborhood change in American cities, building GIS streeet maps for 1940 and editing census data files for use in geocoding residents' addresses

Direct Marketing and Communications Student Clerk

Wed, 08/17/2016 - 12:15
Student clerk will assist the Direct Marketing and Communications (DMAC) team in their efforts to increase effective communication and marketing strategies for the Brown Annual Fund. This position is responsible for assisting all team members with projects including but not limited to creative design (Photoshop and/or Piktochart), data research, social media outreach, and other office duties as needed. Position reports to Direct Marketing and Communications Coordinator.

ENGN0030 Grader

Wed, 08/17/2016 - 11:01
Grade approximately 30 homework assignments weekly for the course: EN0003 Introduction to engineering and statics. Make helpful comments on each paper.

Global Independent Study Project (GLISP) Coordinator

Wed, 08/17/2016 - 07:04
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.

Companion for Elderly Woman

Wed, 08/17/2016 - 05:26
Prefer graduate student who loves working with the elderly to be present in East Side Providence home for 3 evening hours to keep my mother company, assist in dinner and with evening needs. 89 year old woman is very sociable but has no family in state. Regular daily caregivers leave by 5 or 6 PM.

Hip-Hop Dance Instructor

Wed, 08/17/2016 - 05:20
Since 1987, Young Champions has engaged in various recreational programs for the athletic-minded youth of America. Our goal is to enhance self-esteem, confidence, positive socialization and physical fitness while teaching children and teens the skills necessary to enjoy a lifetime of participation in their favorite sport or activity. We are searching for Hip-Hop Dance Instructors to teach children ages 6-13 on Saturday mornings from 10 AM to noon at our facility in Pawtucket beginning September 24th, or on Wednesday evenings from 5-7 PM at our facility in Woonsocket beginning September 28th. We train all newly hired instructors how to teach youth, and also provide curriculum to teach from. Instructors promote artistic expression, movement, and teamwork in a fun musical environment. Students learn a fun dance competition routine that they perform for parents & friends at our quarterly Dance Competition. We offer a $40 minimum base pay per week plus generous commissions! Please contact Olivia Bacon, Regional Director, by e-mail at Olivia.Bacon@youngchampionsusa.com, or by phone at 401-272-0300 for an application.

After-School Babysitter

Wed, 08/17/2016 - 05:19
If you love hanging out with a 7 and 9 year old, playing soccer, building forts, making muffins, drawing, and helping with homework, then this might be the perfect job for you. We live on the East Side. We need a fun, energetic, kind, and patient person to take care of our children after school. Non-smoker, respectful with kids but also able to handle discipline when ignored. Willing to not use your phone to talk or text socially while you are with the kids. Willing to help the kids clean up their toys, and clean up in the kitchen after dinner or snack. We would rather you focus on the kids than do housework, just would love someone to get kids to help pick up after themselves. Cook super easy dinner. The schedule: Kids get out of school most days at 3:00. Ideally you would have morning or early afternoon classes. Most days I would be home by 5:30 or 6 but sometimes later. Job requires energy, experience with kids, willingness to help a chaotic dual working family. Our wonderful babysitter is leaving to teach full-time and we would to meet another love a long term person. Pay and benefits will be competitive, based on experience and hours.