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Program Manager and Recruitment Associate with Lutheran Volunteer Corps

The Regional Program Manager/Recruitment Associate (RPM) splits time evenly between program implementation and recruitment efforts. As Program Manager, the RPM drives business operations, support networks, finances and resources, housing security, placement relationships, volunteer program implementation, problem identification and resolution, and all other activities for the region assigned. As Recruitment Associate, the RPM takes primary responsibility…

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2/25: Franklin Road Academy Fellows Program

The Franklin Road Academy fellows program is designed for graduating seniors who may be interested in pursuing education at the middle or high school level in independent schools. We believe getting a rich, participatory experience—one that includes grading, planning, management, and communication—is the best training for an aspiring teacher. However, for many new teachers, starting…

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3/1: City Year deadline

Attention 2019 graduates: City Year, an education-focused nonprofit organization in 29 cities across the US, is currently hiring all majors to serve as AmeriCorps members for the 2019-2020 school year. Their next application deadline is coming up on March 1st! The City Year AmeriCorps member role is complex and challenging, as AmeriCorps members serve full-time in high-need…

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3/1: Zero Hunger Internship Program

The Zero Hunger Internship Program is a paid summer leadership development opportunity for college students who are interested in federal anti-hunger policy. Interns work in Washington, D.C., for 10 weeks at organizations that focus on domestic or global hunger. In addition to participating in leadership development training through the Congressional Hunger Center, interns also attend a five-part Summer…

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BARD Master of Arts in Teaching Program

Distinguishing Features Disciplinary Expertise – MAT students take graduate-level courses in their elected discipline, culminating in a final research project demonstrating disciplinary scholarship. Focus on Pedagogy – MAT students take graduate-level courses in adolescent education, covering a wide range of issues, ideas, and practices. Extensive Teaching Residencies – MAT students are embedded in public schools throughout the year, allowing for…

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Program Coordinator position with Kids on Bikes

The Program Coordinator is responsible for executing programmatic aspects of the earn-a-bike/Bicycle Library sites and afterschool bike clubs. This person also helps with events, and assists with educational classes for families. In addition, this individual must remain flexible and adaptable in completing varied tasks to support the organization. The Program Coordinator should have strong bicycling skills, solid understanding of bike…

4/1: Working Around the World

Working Around the World Did you study abroad and the only thing you can think about it “how do I go back?” This is a great way to find different resources and ideas about how you can live abroad, gain awesome cultural experiences, learn a language and make a difference! Find out more on Monday,…

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UWC-USA: 3 great jobs for the summer!

Students at UWC-USA start working to become agents for change the minute they set foot on campus. Building bridges to understanding with students of radically diverse nationalities, races, beliefs and economic backgrounds. Partnering with a local homeless shelter, tutoring children, and renovating a community center. Learning to respect nature as they test their endurance in…

Museum Education Assistant at the Pioneer’s Museum

Museum Education Assistant  In this position, you will support youth and family interpretive program offerings as part of CSPM’s (Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum) building of a lasting connection to the Pikes Peak region by preserving and sharing our cultural history.. Essential Job Functions – the basic job duties an employee must be able to perform Set-up, facilitate,…

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2/11: Capital Fellows Program

The Center for California Studies administers four fellowship programs, known collectively as the Capital Fellows Programs. These nationally recognized public policy fellowships offer unique experiences in policy-making and development in each branch of government. Capital Fellows are placed at some of the highest levels of California state government and assist state legislators, senior-level executive staff,…

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Kids on Bikes Administrative Assistant Position

Our Story Freedom, joy, health and friendship. Kids on Bikes mission is to inspire and empower all kids to lead healthy, active, and happy lives through bicycling. The Administrative Assistant will be providing support to the Operations Manager through a variety of tasks. This position is geared toward learning the overall operations in a nonprofit…

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Counselor summer positions at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC) is looking to recruit Counselors (typically undergraduate students) and Lead (typically graduate students) Counselors for our Summer Treatment Program (STP). The STP is an award winning, evidence-based program for children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) developed by William Pelham, Ph.D. and colleagues. The STP has been listed in SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and…

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Field and Operations Intern 2019 at Montana Wilderness School

The mission of the Montana Wilderness School is to provide empowering expeditionary wilderness courses to youth that foster personal growth and cultivate a conservation ethic through connecting with remote landscapes and wild places. The Intern will support the MWS operations system and participate in 21-25 total field days as part of the instructor team, as well as on…

2/26: Senior Wine Tasting: Does the glass really matter?

Does the glass really matter? An unpretentious introduction to wine and etiquette The Senior Transition Series cordially invites seniors to join CC alumni Ben Davis ’84, chef, and Mat Elmore ’09, sommelier, for a fun, interactive wine tasting and etiquette event! Tuesday, Feb. 26 Bemis Great Hall 5:30-7:30 p.m. The 60 spots are available for seniors only. …

6 Things to Do the Night Before an Interview

Often, the anticipation in the days leading up to a job interview can be even more stressful than the interview itself. So it’s important to channel that nervous energy to make sure you’re setting yourself up for success come interview day. By the eve of your interview, you’ve probably already done a lot of the…

1/31: Wilderness Adventures Information Session

Wilderness Adventures We know that a small group experience in the wilderness serves as a valuable catalyst to enable our students to become more responsible, tolerant, and self-confident while developing a powerful, all-inclusive community. We also know that through an intimate outdoor experience, our students learn to become peer leaders, acquire a responsible appreciation for…

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Apply for an Internship at WATER

The WATER Internship program offers an opportunity to learn how a small non-profit runs and to see what it takes to nurture and maintain a wide network of feminists and activists worldwide who focus on faith and justice. Interns help with program planning and fundraising as well as access to WATER’s extensive feminist theological library.…

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Grant Writing Adjunct – sign up now!

Whether you are interested in non-profit work, academic research, or individual opportunities to further your studies, you will need to know how to ask for funding to support those activities.  GS 390: Grant Writing will help you develop these skills needed to write effective grant proposals for three types of grants: 1) proposals for CC…

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3/4: Overland Info Session – best summer ever

Overland Info Session & Pizza Monday, March 4th at 7pm Morreale Carriage House This summer join the dynamic, accomplished and charismatic group of Overland leaders who help kids see the world and all of its beauty and promise.  Overland hires exceptional college students and recent graduates to lead summer programs across the country and around…

Quaker Volunteer Corps Yearlong Fellowships

Community. Service. Transformation. Quaker Voluntary Service is an experiment at the intersection of transformational spirituality and activism, a year-long Fellowship program for young adults. Our Work We partner with community based non-profit organizations in our service cities which cover a wide range of social and environmental issues. Our Fellows increase the capacity of organizations to do…

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Keystone Science School now hiring teachers – summer and yearlong

KEYSTONE SCIENCE SCHOOL IS HIRING INSTRUCTORS TO TEACH SCIENCE, ADVENTURE & FUN! Keystone Science School’s mission is to inspire curiosity and critical thinking, through the lens of science, to change lives and strengthen communities. We offer a range of programs, primarily serving students K-12, that incorporate hands-on science and outdoor adventure. We have summer, fall, and…

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Camp Kamaji – climbing wall positions open!

CABIN COUNSELORS and CLIMBING WALL INSTRUCTORS NEEDED! Camp Kamahi is hiring for the summer of 2019! Qualifications: *Training and significant experience in adventure/ropes course and climbing wall programs(documented). *Current CPR and First Aid certifications (or willingness to acquire the certifications before beginning contractual period). *Ability to coordinate low ropes course and climbing wall program, using the facilities designed for…