The 19th Annual Teacher Job Fair for Shenandoah Valley is taking place on March 3rd,2018 from 9:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. at Harrisonburg High School in Virginia. Online registration will take place from January 2nd - 30th. Please register at:
2018 Summer Construction Internship with Next Step Ministries
Our construction internship could be a great fit for students studying construction, engineering, architecture, and design. This is a valuable, hands-on opportunity to lead community-focused building projects for hundreds of volunteers throughout nine week-long mission trips. Your students would be directly involved in each aspect of construction, including: on-site leadership, planning, estimating, scheduling, budgeting, and management.
The positions available are Construction Manager and Construction Team Member. Next Step is looking to fill 15 Construction Teams for Summer 2018.
If your students are interested they can visit our website, apply using this link, or email me for more information. I appreciate your help in spreading the word of this incredible internship opportunity!
Contact: Marissa Martinie, email@example.com
Interested in volunteering and making connections in Lima? Elder Victim Ministry is looking for an unpaid Adult Crime Education (ACE) Workshop Coordinator. Come join the EVM Volunteer Team! Thursdays are usually our volunteer days. Laughter is as abundant here as the care we give for those we’re serving.
Once a month, ACE Workshops take place at 3 Lima locations. ACE is designed to raise awareness about elder abuse in Allen County and to educate the public to identify and stand up to crime in the community. Volunteer responsibilities: contacting presenters, coordinating schedules, creating and distributing flyers. Additional responsibilities can include: obtaining incentive items and hosting the presentations. Computer skills needed for email and online calendars.
After applying, we’ll contact you to set up an interview. A state and federal background check is required. Training is provided and mileage is paid. Contact Elysia Bush at Crime Victim Services, 419-222-8666, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anabaptist students in all healthcare disciplines are eligible to submit an essay in connection with Annual Gathering 2018, June 22-24, 2018 at Bluffton University, Bluffton, Ohio. Share your perspective on the theme: “Stories of Healing.”
The Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University is holding a Graduate Visit Day on February 24th, 11am-2pm. Please share this invitation with students who may be interested in graduate education in one of the nation’s top public affairs programs.
Our graduates work in government, nonprofits, and the private sector in organizations that have a visible effect on their communities. We are a small college that gives personal attention to our students, and we offer programs that transform students into change agents. CSU’s Levin College is among the top schools of Public Affairs and is highly ranked in City Management and Urban Policy by U.S. News and World Report.
Levin Graduate Visit Day is an opportunity to learn more about us from students, alumni, and faculty. If you know a student who may be interested but cannot attend on February 24th, please contact me by phone or email and I would be happy to arrange a personalized campus visit.
The Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Ohio (AICUO) is pleased to share that April 18th has been selected as the date for this year’s Independent College Day at the Statehouse in Columbus, Ohio. We are once again anticipating a very successful event, and we invite all of you to take a look at the attached promotional flyer for more details on the day’s activities.
One of the most unique aspects of this program is the opportunity it provides for students to take an active role in civic affairs as they help to represent institutions to state legislators. We greatly appreciate your support as we help to engage current students in the future of higher education. Last year’s event was our largest ever and I hope we can keep the momentum going! This event is open to all current students at AICUO member institutions and the cost is only $25 per student (charged to the institution) to cover the cost of the lunch.
More details and official registration information will be released February 19th. As always, please let me know if you have any questions.
THE CATO INSTITUTE HOSTS A RIGOROUS PAID INTERNSHIP PROGRAM THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. CATO INTERNS BENEFIT FROM:
-A range of specialized roles in numerous policy disciplines, law, and communications
-An intensive seminar series presented by leading policy scholars
-Professional development workshops on writing, interviewing, networking, and more
-The opportunity to participate in field experiences and events unique to the DC area
Go to: http://cato.org/intern
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Apply by March 1, 2018. Visit www.pulsepittsburgh.org. Fill out our online application. We view the application process as a discernment process for you and for us. We are excited to journey with you. Questions? Contact Amanda Duncan, Recruitment & Partnership Coordinator at email@example.com or 412-361-0124.
PULSE (Pittsburgh Urban Leadership Service Experience) cultivates a community of young servant leaders to transform Pittsburgh. We invite talented university graduates to partner with Pittsburgh nonprofits for a year of service and leadership. PULSE Fellows LIVE in intentional community with one another, SERVE with a Pittsburgh nonprofit, and GROW as leaders in their community. Though all our activities, we equip and develop young adults to be civic and community leaders with a heart for service.
Many students are seeking internships in the area of social justice. Try this link to see open internships across the country: https://clpp.hampshire.edu/leadership-programs/rrasc/host-sites. Areas represented include: reproductive rights, health issues in the Latina community, gender spectrum issues, environmental health and justice, youth, criminal/restorative justice, genetics, immigration and refugee justice, and more.
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The National Weather Service forecast office in Cleveland, Ohio is currently accepting resumes through March 1, 2017 for student volunteers for the summer of 2018. The student volunteer program is designed to provide undergraduate and graduate level students the opportunity to learn about the science of weather forecasting, along with education about other NOAA agencies. This is done through several approaches, including research, job shadowing and computer-based learning.
If you have questions or would like to learn more about the program please contact Sarah Jamison at Sarah.Jamison@noaa.gov or visit this website: http://www.weather.gov/cle/StudentVolunteer
ON FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 2018, OHIO NORTHERN UNIVERSITY WILL HOST THE 2018 NORTHWEST OHIO UNDERGRADUATE SYMPOSIUM FOR RESEARCH AND SCHOLARSHIP IN CONJUNCTION WITH OUR OWN ANNUAL STUDENT RESEARCH COLLOQUIUM. STUDENT AND FACULTY FROM OTHER INSTITUTIONS IN NORTHWEST OHIO, INCLUDING THE UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO, BOWLING GREEN STATE UNIVERSITY, THE UNIVERSITY OF FINDLAY, BLUFFTON UNIVERSITY, AND HEIDELBERG UNIVERSITY WILL BE ON CAMPUS AS PRESENTERS AND AUDIENCE MEMBERS IN THE VARIOUS PAPER AND POSTER SESSIONS. WE LOOK FORWARD TO WELCOMING OUR NWOH COLLEAGUES TO OUR CAMPUS!
With generous support from the Hillman Foundation and Birmingham Foundation, we've decided to expand our flagship program in the East End and Northside to South Pittsburgh. In August, we will welcome additional participants to multiple houses in the South Hilltop and create a "South Cohort".
Interested in Becoming a PULSE Fellow?
Please join us for one of our upcoming Recruiting Open Houses! Learn more about PULSE, meet current fellows, visit one of the houses, and enjoy food and drink.
RSVP - January 30, 2018, 7-9pm, 5615 Stanton Ave, PGH, PA 15206
RSVP - February 17, 2018, 3-5pm, 223 Chester Ave, PGH, PA 15214
OFIC is happy to partner with the Quicken Loans Family of Companies to offer 30 students attending our member colleges and universities an opportunity to experience Sales Immersion & Shadow Day, Friday, March 23 at Quicken Loans.
This all-day event is being presented for students studying marketing, business, psychology or others who are interested in the field of sales.
This event is limited to the first 30 students who RVSP. using the following information which is provided on the attached flier: “Register at www.QuickenLoansCareers.com/immersion no later than March 9th, 2018”. Additional details regarding parking and appropriate dress code will be sent to students once their reservation is made.
If you have questions or concerns regarding Sales Immersion & Shadow Day, please contact, Liz Johnson, OFIC, Regional Vice President of Development, firstname.lastname@example.org or 440-539-1565. Liz will be attending OFIC CareerFest this Friday and will be available for questions at that time.
Royal Family Kids Camp of Allen County is looking to local universities to help recruit staff this year. Royal Family Kids Camp is an international camp that is based out of California but has local camps all over the world. Similar to the Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts, Royal Family Inc. has certain criteria that all their camps follow, but the camps themselves are run by local groups. The mission of the camp is to bring positive memories to children who may not many positive memories in their own life. The children invited to camps are children who have or who have had open case files with children's services. We work specifically with Allen County Children and Family Services. The campers are age 7-11, and we take them for one week in June. The Allen County camp takes 48 campers (24 boys, 24 girls) to a campground in St. Mary's. The camp is faith-based, but we have restrictions on what we actually cover because of working with a government agency. I am including our promotional videos and a link to the Royal Family Inc. website to give you more information.
As an educator myself, I know that this camp is a great way for future teachers and future social workers to have a unique experience with children. We provide almost the entire staff for the week including nurses, lifeguards, counselors, social workers, worship director, and storyteller as well as many behind the scenes support staff. We, my co-director and assistant directors, would love a chance to speak to your students about this opportunity or at least share information with them through you. Camp this year is from June 17-22.
I would like to share an opportunity with you for your students interested in biology or chemistry. I am with the Sentara RMH Medical Center Schools of Histotechnology and Medical Laboratory Science. Allow me to explain a little about the programs we offer.
The Sentara RMH School of Histotechnology is a one year program, fully accredited by N.A.A.C.L.S. and certified to operate by S.C.H.E.V.. The program includes six months of lecture and student labs in Harrisonburg, VA., followed by six months of rotation through hospital histology labs. Graduates of the program will be eligible to take the ASCP HTL Certification Exam. More information about the program, as well as the application, can be found on our website www.sentara.com/HistotechnologySchool.
The Sentara RMH School of Medical Laboratory Science is also a one year program, fully accredited by N.A.A.C.L.S. and certified to operate by S.C.H.E.V.. The program includes six months of lecture and student labs in Harrisonburg, VA., followed by six months of rotation through all departments in the clinical laboratory. Graduates of the program will be eligible to take the ASCP MLS Certification Exam. We are proud to note that our graduates have had a 100% pass rate on the exam for the last 19 years! More information about the program, as well as the application, can be found on our website www.sentara.com/schoolofmls.
There is a severe national shortage of Histotechnologists and Medical Laboratory Scientists, and many of our graduates have jobs before graduation. Many of our graduates have received sign on bonuses, some up to $15,000. Classes for both schools begin in January and June. Currently, there are spaces available in both programs for the class beginning in June 2018. I have attached a flyer for each program for you to share with interested students. Thank you for your time and assistance.
The Career Services office would like to remind you that we are THREE WEEKS away from the Summer Job & Internship Fair on the campus of Saginaw Valley State University. From 11am-1pm on Tuesday, January 30th, the Curtiss Hall Banquet Rooms will be filled with students looking to network with companies/organizations that will have part-time, seasonal, Co-op, and Internship opportunities.
If you are interested in registering for the Summer Job & Internship Fair, please either click the link below or copy and paste it into your browser:
The registration form can be submitted through our online system. Once we receive it, we will prepare a confirmation letter and invoice, which we will email directly to the registering representative from your company.
Whether you are looking for seasonal help over the forthcoming summer months or seeking Co-ops/Interns for your organization, the students of the University’s five individual colleges listed below will be ready to discuss all of your available employment options.
College of Arts & Behavioral Sciences
College of Business & Management
College of Education
College of Science, Engineering, & Technology Crystal M. Lange College of Health & Human Services
The Summer Job & Internship Fair is one of eight Employment Fairs that the Career Services office hosts every year on the campus of Saginaw Valley State University. Last year’s Summer Job & Internship Fair 100 employers and 253 students. We expect an even better student turnout this year, and we have been partnering with faculty from all five of our distinguished colleges to make students aware of the valuable opportunity that this Employment Fair presents to them.
A full list of our Employment Fairs for the 2017-2018 academic year can be found at the following link: https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.svsu.edu%2Fcareerservices%2Fevents%2Femploymentfairs%2F&data=02%7C01%7Ctebarnik%40svsu.edu%7Cfc86a575cd5d4f377f6208d55769ccfe%7C550f45ff3e8342a197d970ad8935b0c5%7C0%7C0%7C636511034272714854&sdata=Tn%2BwFQximNtGqa7wnmE4crdWMFAXk3lvtQovXVCxsRY%3D&reserved=0.
We offer discounts to companies that register for more than one Employment Fair during the academic year. If you need assistance with registration or have questions regarding how our office can help you with your talent needs, feel free to contact us at any time by calling (989) 964-4954 or emailing email@example.com.
Earn more than $6,500 during the summer. Teachers typically earn between $550 and $700 per week while teaching.
• Gain over 500 hours of teacher-training and teaching experience with a variety of age groups.
• Help students of all ages develop their reading skills and ability to become imaginatively absorbed in books.
The Institute of Reading Development is seeking candidates for summer 2018 teaching positions. We seek applicants with an undergraduate degree or higher from any discipline. We provide a paid training program and comprehensive on-going support.
We hire people who:
• Have strong reading skills and read for pleasure
• Are responsible, hardworking, and have good communication and organizational skills
• Will be patient and supportive with students
The Institute teaches developmental reading programs in partnership with the continuing education departments of more than 100 colleges and universities across the United States. Our classes for students of all ages improve their reading skills and teach them to experience absorption in literature.
We invite you to submit an online application and learn more about teaching for the Institute at: http://instituteofreadingdevelopmentteachingjobs.com/
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