Looking for a job off-campus? Careers in the Common Good (CCG) is a resource for students and alumni interested in nonprofit, social enterprise or public service careers and working for the common good. All of the CareerLAB's counseling, programs and online services can be useful for students interested in careers in the common good.
Rhode Island Community Jobs (RICOMJOB) is an additional resource, and is distributed as a public e-mail announcement list that seeks to connect nonprofit and public interest employers in the state with individuals seeking paid work that makes a difference in our communities. Anyone can join the list, and any nonprofit or government organization can post a paid position to the list as a free service. There are currently over 10,000 subscribers.
The opportunities and events posted to the list are diverse in subject matter and skills required. All positions posted to the list are paid, but may be part-time, full-time, summer or consultant positions. To find or post volunteer opportunities, please visit the Get Connected portal for Serve Rhode Island.
The Swearer Center is seeking experienced students to serve as Peer Advisors for the 2017-18 Academic Year. Peer Advisors (PAs) must have at least one year of experience in Swearer Center program(s). PAs will serve as an initial point of contact for students seeking to get involved in community engagement, engaged scholarship, and/or social innovation opportunities or who are looking to deepen their engagement or shift to other opportunities. This is a stipended role at $500/semester, and will consist of 4-6 hours of advising and other outreach activities per week.
Interested students should submit a resume and letter of interest (please indicate any Swearer programs you have been involved with) to Lizzie Pollock, Associate Director of Student Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org by September 8.
The Swearer Center for Public Service at Brown University invites application for a graduate fellowship in community engaged scholarship. This one-year renewable fellowship is open to doctoral students with a focus on social science research related to community engagement, higher education, community development, assessment, organizational change, and/or professional networks and field building. The position is available for doctoral students in their third-fifth years of studies during the fellowship period. Applications are due Aug. 15, 2017.
As a member of the Swearer Center Senior Staff, the Assistant Dean represents the Center to internal and external stakeholders; supervises junior staff; and may take on additional roles as the Center continues to grow and evolve. Additionally, the Assistant Dean will conduct portfolio-specific budget planning and forecasting and manage program budget; work with university leadership to develop and execute fundraising strategy for community-engaged scholarship programs for faculty, including proposals and reports; manage significant gifts and grants; serve as a spokesperson for community-engaged scholarship initiatives to internal and external audiences.