Language tutors needed
The Language Institute is seeking volunteer tutors/conversation partners in Arabic and Japanese as part of the Less Commonly Taught Languages High School Tutoring Program. Volunteers will meet once per week with high school students using videoconferencing technology to provide conversation practice. Must have equivalent knowledge to third year of college study or be a native speaker. Must be available at one of the following times:
Mondays: 10:05 – 10:45am
Tuesday-Friday: 10:09 – 11:01am
Monday-Friday: 7:35 – 8:20am; 8:50 – 9:41am
Mondays: 10:05 – 10:45am; 1:00 – 1:40pm
Tuesday-Friday: 10:09 – 11:01am; 1:45 – 2:40pm
To apply send a short statement of interest (explaining your qualifications and days/times you would be able to tutor) and a resume to Wendy Johnson (email@example.com) by Feb. 5th.
Sustain Dane is looking for volunteers for their Admin Volunteer and Business Communications & Administrative Volunteer positions. Volunteerships are generally organized around specific tasks that support Sustain Dane’s programs and require around a 4 – 10 hour time commitment. Click here for more information.
Want to teach English abroad during or after your studies? Come to this info session on Jan. 27th from 4 to 5pm in Union South. Learn about different programs and internships during and after your studies, funding, course credit, etc. and have specific questions answered by advisors from the International Internship Program (IIP) and L&S Career Services. Click here for more information.
Interested in working in the nonprofit sector? Learn more about the field at the panel on Jan. 27th from 5 to 5:45pm in Union South. Each panelist will present on their own career path for 3-5 minutes. A moderator will then ask 2-3 questions about key job search strategies such as networking, resume development, career pathways, etc. There will be time for questions in the end. Click here to learn more.
Jobs & Internships
The Aldo Leopold Nature Center seeks qualified applicants for several naturalist positions to teach spring school-year field trip programs (mid-April-early June) and summer camp programs (June-August). Candidates must be available at least 2-3 half or full days per week on average, at a minimum. Spring naturalists will be scheduled around their availability and the school field trip schedule. Starting pay is $26 per 1.5 hour program and increased accordingly for longer programs. Click here to learn more.
The Cleveland Foundation, the world’s first community foundation, is launching the Cleveland First Fellows program to offer emerging young leaders from across the country the skills and networks needed to create the community they envision and jumpstart a career in public service. A select group of Fellows will spend a year embedded in public sector agencies in Cleveland working on the frontlines of civic innovation. Applications will open in February 2016 and the inaugural group of Cleveland First Fellows will begin in September 2016. Click here for more information.