OMA&D Academic Counseling Services

The Student Calling Program employees between 70 and 80 student callers, and 8 student managers. On a nightly basis (Saturday-Thursday) callers engage in quality conversations with alumni and work to acquire gifts to the university. This is a great job for students looking to increase many skills including but not limited to: verbal communication, sales experience, working as a team. However, we employ students from all different majors and interests across campus. Additionally, students have the opportunity to network with professional advancement staff, but they also get to enjoy flexible schedules and a fun, laid-back environment.

The job application is attached  and is due on Thursday, May 14th. Students wishing to turn in an application can email it to me directly at pamw2@uw.edu. I would appreciate you sharing it with your students!

Student Caller application

The 2015-16 Recruitment & Outreach Ambassador application is now live! Attached you will find the application with the job description, as well as the application. Apply no later than Wednesday, May 6th by 5:00pm. You can submit all materials via email to tatumm@uw.edu or drop it off at the Recruitment & Outreach office (Schmitz 375).

Please see the following attachments and website for information:

http://depts.washington.edu/reach/student-ambassadors/become-a-student-ambassador/

2015-16 Ambassador Application

2015-16 Ambassador Description Application

 

City Year is a great opportunity to build career experience, leadership skills and make a difference in the lives of children. We are currently offering full-time positions to high school and college graduates interested in doing a paid, year of service.

Our final application deadline is April 30th
Apply Now!

- Over 340 hours of training and professional development
- Receive a $5,730 scholarship upon completion
- Partnerships with 90+ grad schools for 25% – 100% tuition scholarships
- Serve in your choice of 26 different cities
- 2800 positions to fill across the country
- Health insurance and loan forbearance provided for participants
- Extensive training and professional development

For more information contact recruiter Adrienne Antonio at
aantonio@cityyear.org

City Year is an education focused, nonprofit organization that unites young people of all backgrounds for a year of full-time service to keep students in school and on track to graduation. Visit cityyear.org to learn more.

College Access Now(CAN) is seeking passionate and committed candidates to join our 2015-2016 AmeriCorps team.  At CAN, a team of 20 AmeriCorps College Coaches (ten 11th Grade Coaches and ten 12th Grade Coaches) provide crucial support to students as they navigate the college search, application, and enrollment processes. The 11th and 12th Grade College Coaches work collaboratively on-site at seven different high school sites to implement and deliver our curriculum, and team members build strong relationships with their students, as well as with stakeholders at various schools and community organizations.

 The full position descriptions and application instructions are attached and can also be found online at http://collegeaccessnow.org/about/career. The deadline to apply is Thursday, April 30th.

 

The University of Washington Investment Office is seeking a Junior Investment Analyst. The Junior Investment Analyst will receive broad exposure to all aspects of the investment process and all facets of the portfolio. The role is a two year program; a one year extension may be considered.

For more information please see the following: UW Investment Office – Jr Investment Analyst Job Description

The Environmental Stewardship & Sustainability office (green.uw.edu) is looking for a web developer to help create new interactive online interfaces for Green Certification programs and Sustainability Snapshots, updating and building new features for the sustainability map, create features to better browse and find content on the site, integrate a new blog with the existing website, as well as general development and maintenance work on the ESS website as needed. The developer will also have opportunities to propose features to create and add to the site to improve navigation, usability or discoverability of content.

Candidates should have experience with Drupal (Drupal module development preferred); Web development experience including strong knowledge of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, JQuery, PHP, and/or other development languages, computer programs and design software; strong organizational skills and ability to manage competing deadlines and prioritize time accordingly.

To apply, go to HuskyJobs (careers.uw.edu/huskyjobs) and search for job #83766.

The City of Auburn has an opening for an Office Assistant position in their planning division. Click here for more information: Office Assistant

Careers in the Tech Industry for Non-Tech Students

Thursday, October 16, 4:30 – 6:30 PM, HUB 214

Have you been thinking that you would like to carve out a career in the tech world, but don’t have computer or engineering skills? Many high-tech firms have jobs and careers that are not tech related. This employer panel will help you become aware of what those jobs/careers might be and how best to apply for them. There will be time for the audience to ask questions to the panelists and the opportunity to mix and mingle after the presentation. Employers from Amazon, Simply Measured, Tableau, and Mu-Sigma will be present.

 

No RSVP needed. Questions? Email crecruit@uw.edu

The University of Washington Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity (OMA&D) works to increase diversity on campus and enrich the collegiate experience of all UW students, faculty and staff. 

The Yakima and Skagit Valley GEAR UP program provides a variety of college readiness activities and programs through direct service and contracts with schools. We have an outstanding opportunity for a Director to provide leadership, oversight, and compliance with all applicable rules and regulations pertaining to a federal training grant funded by the U.S. Department of Education. As a partnership grant under the GEAR UP Program, this project is a collaboration between the University of Washington (UW), 13 school districts and several community-based partners including Junior Achievement, Boeing, Museum of Flight, College Board, etc. Given the predominance of services to schools and students in the Yakima Valley and to lesser degree the Skagit Valley, the position is stationed off-campus in a rented facility at Heritage University in Toppenish Washington. 

For more information:

https://uwhires.admin.washington.edu/eng/candidates/default.cfm?szCategory=jobprofile&szOrderID=111589&szCandidateID=0&szSearchWords=&szReturnToSearch=1