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Event Intern

Thu, 04/28/2016 - 04:44
JOB REQUIREMENTS: Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail. Proficiency with multiple computer applications including Excel, Google Docs and Google Forms. Strong interpersonal abilities. Prior experience with event planning preferred. Number of hours per week will vary depending on upcoming events. HOURS: 3 - 15. EVENTS: CareerCon is a series of alumni-to-student networking and career education programs. The program comprises two larger Saturday programs and several smaller programs throughout the academic year The event intern will assist CareerLAB staff by tracking and providing information to alumni volunteers, assisting with the student registration process, helping with publicity, and assisting on-site throughout the program. The intern will provide administrative assistance with preparing materials and app updates for the student participants, name badges, table tents, and collecting information for alumni bio booklets. FALL & SPRING CAREER FAIRS The event intern will assist with administrative tasks leading up to and after the event. Availability for set-up the day of and coverage during the career fairs is preferable, class schedule permitting. Duties will include corresponding with employer participants, creating name badges and table tents, tracking employer packages, and post-event data entry of students and employer representatives. PEER-TO-PEER INTERNSHIP AND RESEARCH FAIR This program held in late Fall facilitates student volunteers to engage with other students to share internship and research experiences. The event intern may assist with the registration of volunteers and will provide administrative support such as creating name badges and table tents and assisting with event set-up.

ENVS-0110 Teaching Assistant

Wed, 04/27/2016 - 11:17
Student will be expected to perform the following tasks - Lead & organize a weekly discussion section of 15-20 students and coordinate an engaged scholarship project with the section members • Complete all weekly reading assignments • Coordinate one class fieldtrip for 15-20 students • Attend a weekly 1.5 hour TA meeting (time TBD) as well as all class times (MWF 10:00-10:50). • Hold weekly office hours • Student may be asked to review and comment on section members' individual project proposals.

ENVS-0110 Course Assignment Assistant

Wed, 04/27/2016 - 11:11
• Student will be expected to comment and critique 75-90 weekly reading reviews (with guidance from instructor) • Must also read all weekly assignments

Student Office Assistant

Wed, 04/27/2016 - 10:37
The student assistant works with Joan Picard (Department Manager), Amanda Figgins (Student Affairs Coordinator), and Carrie Spearin (Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies) to provide assistance as needed within the department. This is a flexible, part-time position paid hourly.

Office Assistant

Wed, 04/27/2016 - 10:19
Residential Life is hiring students to work in our office for Commencement/Reunion Housing. Responsibilities include overseeing check-in and check-out process for guests, greeting alumni and parents, as well as distributing, collecting, and cataloging room keys. Other office assistance may be required as well.

SWANA Heritage Series Programmer

Wed, 04/27/2016 - 08:47
The primary role of the Southwest Asian, North African (S.W.A.N.A.) Heritage Series programmer involves coordinating and programming SWANA Heritage Series events, focusing on Southwest Asian, North African identity. In order to facilitate communication and schedule events effectively, the programmer(s) must work closely with student organizations relating to SWANA students on campus and the SWANA community at large.

Academic Coach

Wed, 04/27/2016 - 08:20
Academic Coaches are graduate students or rising juniors and seniors who help undergraduate students to discover their individual learning styles and to develop effective studying strategies. Students with STEM, Pre-Med & Economics backgrounds encouraged to apply. Academic coaches are responsible for conducting individual appointments with students to assess their personal study habits and to improve their learning approaches. The position requires 8 to 10 hours of commitment per week and academic coaches will be expected to hold half of their times in the Academic Support Services Office. Academic Coaches are also responsible for conducting small workshop sessions for undergraduate students throughout the semester on topics such as reading strategies, taking notes, test preparation and time management. Coaches are expected to participate in training, weekly team meetings, and evaluation. Coaches can expect to hold evening and weekend hours in the Academic Support Office, either for conducting workshops or consultations. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. All information is kept on file, and you will only be contacted if you are granted an interview. Interviews are 20 minutes long, and include a role play exercise.

Student Coordinator- Women in Science and Engineering

Wed, 04/27/2016 - 07:18
Must be poised, polite and professional as an ambassador for the Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE). The coordinator(s) is responsible for managing the mentor network, monitoring the WiSE network to support women in STEM at Brown.

Native American Heritage Series Programmer

Wed, 04/27/2016 - 06:50
The primary role of the Native American Series Programmer involves coordinating and programming the Native American Series. The programmer(s) must work closely with Native Americans at Brown (NAB), and all other student organizations relating to Native students on campus to facilitate communication and schedule events. The programmer(s) should also: reach out to non-Native student organizations seeking collaborative programming and co-sponsorship. attend a monthly Fall Trainin and attend mandatory monthly meetings with all BCSC staff. planning of the series a semester in advance to ensure timely programming. creation of a planning file to help with future event planning. programming at least one faculty engagement event. programmers will also need to recruit and work closely with a steering committee to ensure that the opinion of the greater Native American community on campus is considered. Programmers will need to access funds through UFB and launch fundraising efforts involving student organizations, departments and center. organizing and overseeing all projects under the supervision of the BCSC Coordinator for Co-Curricular Initiatives. providing support to the BCSC in the student recruitment process assist BCSC staff and other programmers in the work of the Center. Traditionally, the Native American Programmer has also worked closely with the staff of the Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America and the Haffenreffer Museum.

Multiracial Heriatge Series Programmer

Wed, 04/27/2016 - 06:49
The primary role of the Multiracial Identity Series programmer(s) involves coordinating and programming Multiracial Heritage Series. In order to facilitate communication and to effectively schedule events, the programmer(s) must work closely with the Brown Organization of Multiracial and Biracial Students (BOMBS) and all other student organizations and heritage series relating to multiracial students and issues on campus.

Latino Heritage Series Programmer

Wed, 04/27/2016 - 06:49
The primary role of the Latino Heritage Series programmer involves coordinating and programming Latino Heritage Series events, focusing on Latino /Latino American, Puerto Rican, and Chicano Identity. In order to facilitate communication and schedule events effectively, the programmer(s) must work closely with the Latin American Student Organization (LASO), El Movimiento Estudiantil Chicana/o de Aztlán (MEChA), and all other student organizations relating to Latino students on campus and the Latino community at large.

Black Heritage Series Programmer

Wed, 04/27/2016 - 06:48
The primary role of the Black Heritage Series Programmer(s) involves coordinating and programming the Black Heritage Series throughout the academic year.The focus of the series is on African/African American, Caribbean, and Cape Verdean programming. In order to facilitate communication and schedule events effectively, the programmer must work closely with the Black Student Union (BSU), Students Of Caribbean Ancestry (SOCA) and all other student organizations relating to Black students on campus and the Black community at large. Additional duties of the Black Heritage Series Programmers include: attending mandatory Fall training and attending mandatory monthly meetings with all BCSC staff. reaching out to non-Black student organizations to inquire about the possibility of collaboration in event planning. planning of the series a semester in advance to ensure timely programming. creation of a planning file to help with future event planning. At least one event must be a faculty engagement event. accessing funds through UFB and launching fundraising efforts involving student organizations, departments, and centers. organizing and overseeing the execution of projects (including any necessary clerical work) under the supervision of the BCSC Coordinator for Co-Curricular Initiatives. assisting BCSC staff and other programmers in the work of the Center. documenting all transactions, emails and other correspondence for future reference.

Asian American Heritage Series Programmer

Wed, 04/27/2016 - 06:48
The primary role of the Asian/Asian American Heritage Series programmer involves coordinating and programming The Asian/ Asian American Heritage Series, with a focus on Asian/ Asian American, South Asian and Southeast Asian Identity. In order to facilitate communication and schedule events effectively, the programmer(s) must work closely with the Asian American Student Association (AASA), South Asian Students Association (SASA), and all other student organizations relating to Asian/Asian American students on campus.

SWANA Heritage Series Programmer

Wed, 04/27/2016 - 06:46
The primary role of the Southwest Asian, North African (S.W.A.N.A.) Heritage Series programmer involves coordinating and programming SWANA Heritage Series events, focusing on Southwest Asian, North African identity. In order to facilitate communication and schedule events effectively, the programmer(s) must work closely with student organizations relating to SWANA students on campus and the SWANA community at large.

Summer Lifeguard

Wed, 04/27/2016 - 05:32
This position is responsible for ensuring the safety and well-being of the Katherine Moran Coleman Aquatics Center pool patrons (Brown students, faculty, staff, alumni, coaches, administrators, RISD students & faculty and general community members) by preventing and responding to emergencies. Major Responsibility: Ensure the safety and well-being of individuals using the pool and aquatic facility. Prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic/first aid emergencies if required. Enforce all aquatic facility safety policies, rules, and regulations in a professional manner. Interact with patrons in a positive, cooperative, professional and customer service oriented manner. Assist with maintaining the neatness and cleanliness of the pool area where needed. Assist with facility needs as assigned by supervisor. Responsible for knowing team practice, events and activities held in pool facility during scheduled work time. Supporting Actions: Recognize and respond effectively to aquatic emergencies by administering first aid and/or CPR until emergency medical services personnel respond. Understanding of facility characteristics, rules, policies and procedures.

Research Assistant

Wed, 04/27/2016 - 04:01
The purpose of this position is to assist with participant recruitment, screening, and scheduling. This position will also provide assistance with participant sessions as needed.

Individual Tutor CLPS 1291

Wed, 04/27/2016 - 03:06
To further assist students, the Dean of the College Office will be offering limited academic support in the form of one-on-one tutoring. Tutors will be responsible for assisting students in identifying and accomplishing learning goals for a specific course. 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.

Office Assistant

Tue, 04/26/2016 - 20:00
Summer position assisting members of Learning & Professional Development/University Human Resources. Responsibilities: assembling packets and folders for training programs. entering attendance in LearningPoint. Assisting with preparations for Staff Development Day and working on Staff Development Day, June 7, 2016. Other office duties as needed.

Lead Student Coordinator- Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE)

Tue, 04/26/2016 - 20:00
Must be poised, polite and professional as an ambassador for the Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE). The coordinator(s) is responsible for managing the mentor network, designing and coordinating events to network with science, math and engineering departments, both internal and external to Brown, to encourage women and support women in STEM.