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The First-Generation College and Low-Income (FLi) Student Center is seeking a student coordinator to join the Community Team. The Community Team is three student coordinators responsible for community-building, major community events, communications and outreach, and FLi Center services (including the textbook lending library). 1. PROGRAM COORDINATION / RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT: Initiate, plan, and execute programs and services designed to support FLI students and develop a sense of community. 2. EVENT SUPPORT: Plan and organize events as part of Center programs and/or to strengthen the sense of community among the first-gen and intersecting communities (e.g. low-income, undocumented students, etc.). Organize event logistics (catering, room reservations and set-up, etc.), coordinate follow-up, and conduct post-event evaluations to help with planning future events. 3. COMMUNICATIONS: Proactively market events and programs to first-generation college students at Brown. Contribute to Facebook group and posting upcoming events. Other venues include Morning Mail and University Events Calendar. 4. COORDINATION: Attend weekly Center staff meetings. Aid in tracking on action items and/or taking minutes, as needed. Ensure effective follow-up and coordination between the First-Gens@Brown student organization, the Center, and partner groups (e.g., QuestScholars, Sidney Frank Scholars, other identity centers, etc.). Proactively communicate issues, concerns, suggestions with an eye towards improving the experience of first-generation students at Brown.
We’re looking for a research assistant to help with operations of our developmental, psycho-linguistic lab. Primary responsibility will be phone recruitment of subjects and some clerical tasks. Student should have an interest in cognitive science, linguistics and good public relations/interpersonal skills. Previous experience with infants and/or children a plus.
Professor Kenneth Wong is seeking an Undergraduate or Graduate Research Assistant to help recruit families and collect data for an evaluation of the language environment of young children living in nearby urban cities. The majority of data will be collected using a Digital Language Processor (DLP). The Research Assistant will help recruit families, visit families to explain the project and how to use the DLP, collect the DLPs and drop off new ones, and download data from the DLPs to a computer. The required hours are flexible, but will average 10-15 hours/week at the height of recruitment. The Research Assistant will also be required to interact with families during the day, so must have flexibility in their schedule to work during the day at least a couple days during the week. The Research Assistant will need to commit to working the rest of this semester, a few weeks in January before the spring semester begins, and spring semester. Research Assistant could continue working through the summer if they would like.
Students will work on various research projects such as coding our data to look at the influence lead may have on white matter maturation/corticial maturation, and the influence of air pollution (traffic emittance)
help organize data collection- Bertness lab
Our school is seeking a graduate school student (MAT preferred) to oversee our young boys and girls (pre-k - 5th) when their teacher are in planning meetings. Duties include: reading to the children, supervision on the playground, overseeing their passage to and from special classes. Possible substituting down the line.
We are looking for a fun, caring individual to help us with our two young girls ages 19 months and 4 months. My husband would take care of one while you amuse the other in our home. Times would probably be split between Tuesday and Thursday evenings, but we are somewhat flexible. Occasional week-end hours would entail taking care of both children alone for double pay. Hours may change in spring semester.
The Center for Workforce Development and Community Education (CWCE), based in Warwick/Providence, Rhode Island, was created to provide adult basic education, career and technical training, leadership and organizational development, online learning, personal enrichment, and workforce training and education. In addition, the CWCE provides other programs such as training for the commercial driver’s license test, English as a Second Language classes and GED preparation classes. In February 2016, Meghan Hughes, Ph.D., began her tenure as the President of CCRI. With regard to workforce development, President Hughes is focused on preparing CCRI students for high wage, high demand jobs. To do this, we must identify best practices in workforce development and community education and restructure the work of CWCE to meet the needs of our students and Rhode Island employers. It is the college’s intent to create a “best in class” workforce training program. The college is seeking a part-time experienced project manager to work closely but flexibly with a consultant, the President’s Office, CCRI faculty and staff, and external resources and stakeholders in support of this effort.
The Choices Program (www.choices.edu) is looking for a student assistant to work up to 10 hours per week. Specific tasks include but are not limited to database data entry, researching schools and teachers (and other computer work), fulfilling textbook orders, restocking book shelves, moving boxes, helping with conferences and other miscellaneous tasks. Basic customer service and computer skills desired.
A graphic designer needed to design the Brazil Initiative's posters for Spring 2017. Please send a portfolio if you are chosen to be interviewed to firstname.lastname@example.org
The incumbent will be assigned tasks to assist in the daily operations in the department of Molecular Pharmacology, Physiology, and Biotechnology (MPPB). MPPB has offices/labs in both the BioMedical Center and 70 Ship Street. Tasks may include, but are not limited to: mail sorting,copy machine operation, event setup/cleanup, surplussing and/or cataloging equipment, general inventory maintenance, packing/unpacking lab and/or office supplies, campus errands, and file sorting/purging. Tasks will be assigned as needed and will take place during the day, during Brown University's standard business hours (Monday - Friday, between 8:30am and 5:00pm).
Dusting, vacuuming, bathrooms - the usual.
The C.V. Starr Program in Business, Entrepreneurship and Organizations (BEO) seeks a student communications/office assistant to assist with various BEO communication(s) and office related tasks and projects for 5-10 hours per week. This includes assisting with updating/creation of BEO publications, event and program related support, and ad hoc special projects. Other duties as assigned.
Brown Student Agencies (BSA) is looking for an enthusiastic and talented student to help lead our e-commerce division. BSA is unique from other student groups on campus. We are an entirely student run organization under the SAO department, and we provide a variety of different products and services to the Brown community. The E-commerce manager will work closely with our current Director of Technology to manage the electronic aspects of our business. The main responsibility of this position will be to maintain the BSA website and manage the Brown Marketplace. The Marketplace is a website that offers many products such as the annual spring weekend tickets, T-shirts for different student groups, and other such products. The E-commerce managerwill also be a part of BSA’s Management Team. The Management Team oversees all of the business aspects of BSA, ranging from logistics and planning to negotiation with outside business. Being a part of the Management Team is a great way to gain real-world experience in learning how to manage a business. In addition, BSA alumni work in a variety of industries including investment banking, social media, and software, providing BSA staff an extensive network for recruiting opportunities. The hours are very flexible, and there are no set times that you would be working every week. All the managers have a great amount of freedom to set their own schedules.
- Informing patrons of rules and regulations of the library. - Paging rare books and manuscripts from closed stacks. - Assisting patrons with JOSIAH and the card catalog. - Typing, copying, filing, answering phones, etc. - Assisting with book shelving and reserves. - Shelf reading. - Searching for missing books and other assigned duties.
Seeking assistant in tailor's shop for general help.
My daughter is struggling in 5th grade math this year. She is currently working on long division. The hours are flexible. Anytime after 5pm. Any days of the week.
Seeking individual to put together powerpoint presentations and course info on slides and landing pages. Need a tech savvy individual who has a design background and interest in visual materials and educational communication
The University Archives student assistant will perform the following general duties as needed.: Sorting, arranging and transferring papers to the acid-free folders; labeling folders; creating folder lists in Excel, Word, or XML; photocopying, filing, typing; moving record center boxes.
Do you want to work on a variety of interesting data-driven web applications that feature cutting edge research being done here at Brown? Looking for an excuse to play with data visualization packages, learn about network analysis, implement faceted search interfaces, and/or creating interactive HTML5 sites that serve a variety of media formats? Then come work for the Center for Digital Scholarship in the Brown Library. We are a team of scholars and programers who support faculty with their digital humanities research projects, and we need creative, self motivated students who are interested in applying their skills as developers to humanities projects.