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The Jonathan M. Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship is looking to hire a Program Coordinator for the center. We started the center just this September and are kicking off with a handful of events, as well as developing a strategic plan. This student will be thrown into several different scenarios in order to help with program and even implementation. Some examples are: -Planning and coordination of center events (Dec. 5 Conference on Diversity and Disadvantage in Entrepreneurship, Arts & Entrepreneurship workshop, documentary screening) -Help manage and create a formal mentoring system/database -Updating center website (we are in the process of creating it and these students would be a central part in the planning) -Day to day operations; postering, mail, misc tasks -Assigned special projects as needed
Seeking neat, strong, reliable person to help with house & garden chores such as mowing, yard cleanup, light painting, etc. Occasional work, flexible hours.
We are looking for an experienced tutor for our son. We are seeking tutoring for an hour lesson twice a week between Monday to Sunday depending on tutor availability. Interested tutors should apply by Email with their Resumes/References.
You will help serve as the public face of Brown CareerLAB to students and employers. Responsibilities include: - cover the front desk and phone to answer basic questions about CareerLAB events and services - welcome employers as they arrive to campus for on-campus interviews - use mobile apps to check in students at employer information sessions at multiple venues on campus - work with Employer Relations team on various projects as needed
Seeking responsible, caring, engaged sitter for a nine year old girl and seven year old boy on variable evenings and weekends on the west side of Providence.
My son is a senior at Classical High School and taking AP Calculus BC (second year calculus, he took Calculus AB last year). He is finding it to be very challenging and would like a tutor.
Seeking a responsible and patient instructor for my six-year-old daughter for piano lessons at home.
The Science Center is interested in hiring students to use the latest multi-media techniques to communicate science concepts and discoveries that make science at Brown so exciting, surprising, and engaging to scientists as well as non-scientists at all levels. We hope to engage viewers using alternative media such as animation, artistic renderings, audio and video creations, cartoons, storytelling, etc., using computer graphics, podcasts, iTunes, radio, TV, and other formats to engage a broad audience in those aspects of science that we are all entitled to understand and appreciate. Brown Science Center Animators will work closely with the Science Center staff to design and develop series of science features using different media platforms. Examples of completed projects are feature at https://www.youtube.com/scitoons
To further assist students, the Dean of the College Office will be offering limited academic support in the form of group tutoring. We are currently looking for undergraduate 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, likely without having time to prepare ahead of time. DISCIPLINES NEEDED: SOC 1100 Group Tutors will be responsible for facilitating two hour study sessions of a small group of 6-8 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.
The Graphic Designer primarily handles the graphic design in the Brown Center for Students of Color. The GD’s main responsibilities will be designing promotional materials for the programs in the BCSC, which are primarily the MPC Program, the Heritage Series Program, and the Social Justice Peer Education Program. This position will work closely with the other BCSC student staffers and programmers to assist in promotional needs.
The Department of Music is seeking four pianists to serve as designated Collaborative Pianists for lessons, rehearsals, juries, and recitals of student instrumentalists. Depending on availability, the designated Collaborative Pianists will work approximately 6-8 hours per week, with a substantial increase in the final two weeks of the semester. Interested candidates will be invited for an interview and audition.
Students needed to set up and break down Colloquium Seminar every Monday afternoon in the Department of Physics through out the Academic Year
must have experience and intrest in astronomy to assist the staff at Ladd Observatory.
Job Summary: Reporting to the Director of BWell, the BWell Graphic Designer will be responsible for continued development of brand identities for BWell projects, layout design for print material and general creative work. Duties and responsibilities: Assist BWell staff with the development of creative material that supports and enhances the offices work in the following areas: sexual health, sexual assault prevention, nutrition, alcohol and other drug education, stress management, wellness, self-care and masculinity. Create logos for BWell groups such as the Sexual Assault Peer Education program Comprehensive layout design for curriculum documents and training guides Development of infographics and other creative material that can be used in education and outreach Design occasional content for the brown.edu/bwell website