The ADVANCE Center for Institutional Change is pleased to announce an opening for a Masters-level Graduate Program Assistant beginning winter quarter, 1/6/2014. Please review the attached job description and let us know if you would like to apply or have any questions about the position. Also, please feel free to distribute the announcement to your departments and acquaintances. In the past we have hired students from a wide scope of experiences and UW departments and programs, including Anthropology, Public Affairs, Social Work, and Educational Leadership and Policy Studies.
ADVANCE partners with science, technology, math, and engineering departments at UW to increase the participation and advancement of women and underrepresented minorities in these fields. Much of our work is focused on professional development in our target departments. More information about ADVANCE can be found at our webpage: http://advance.washington.edu.
ADVANCE Graduate Program Assistant Job Description_October 2013
Do you have a passion for your subject area? Do you enjoy helping others?
-CLUE is a program that can partner with you to reach these goals. CLUE is currently accepting applications for multiple positions, listed below, for the 2013-2014 school year.
-If you are interested, see further information on the CLUE website, http://depts.washington.edu/aspuw/clue/for-current-tutors/. Applications will be due Fri Oct 11, 2013.
~Computer Science Drop-in Tutor
~Korean Drop-in Tutor
~Front Desk Manager
Are you looking for a paid position on campus with flexible hours? The Associated Students of the University of Washington is currently accepting applications for our Director of Diversity Efforts, Student Senate Clerk, Off-Campus Housing Affairs Assistant Director, Student Disability Commission Director, Computer Administrator, and Webmaster. For more information visit www.jobs.asuw.org. The applications close on October 6th.
Jumpstart Seattle at the University of Washington is accepting applications for the 2013-2014 Academic Year!!!
Jumpstart is an early literacy program that connects college students as tutors & mentors with 3-5 year old preschool children from low-income neighborhoods. Read stories, sing songs and play games that support young children’s school readiness skills. Undergraduates work 8-12 hours a week on a team of UW students in local Seattle preschools.
Benefits Include: Earn $11/ hour for work-study students, earn a $1,175 scholarship for serving 300 hours, earn academic credit, gain valuable skills and experience, meet other UW students, and make a difference in the life of a child!
For more information and to APPLY, visit our website at http://depts.washington.edu/jstart
Questions? Email email@example.com or call us at 206-616-2964.
To get started, attend an info session in Mary Gates Hall, listed below:
City Year is a great opportunity to build career experience, leadership skills and make a difference in the lives of children.
We offer full-time positions to students interested in doing a paid, year of service.
You can #MakeBetterHappen for a year. Learn More!
Early Deadline September 30, 2013
For more information contact City Year Recruitment at firstname.lastname@example.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. At City Yearʼs 25 locations across the United States and two international affiliates, teams of young people called corps members serve full-time in schools for 10 months as tutors, mentors and
role models. By focusing on attendance, behavior and course performance, corps members are uniquely able to help students and schools succeed. Visit cityyear.org to learn more.
As we gear up to launch fall Afterschool Program at Eckstein we are looking to fill 5 Associate Teachers positions. The job description for the position can be found on The Greater Seattle YMCA Careers Webpage the position is also posted on the Husky Jobs page and can be found under Husky Jobs ID# 71657.
We are hosting interviews for the position August 12th, and August 13th, 2013 with a desired start date of August 26th, 2013. However, there is a little room for flexibility on the start date. Ideal candidates for the position would stay throughout the entire academic school year. Associate Teachers would most likely provide support to program participants from 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm Monday through Friday. This is an ideal position for student looking for a position with limited hours. If you have any questions about the position that are not answered via the job description,you can contact me. 206.524.1400 x 304.
GEORGINA RAMIREZ | Leadership Development Director
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Are you looking for a great part-time job?
Student-Athlete Academic Services (SAAS) at the University of Washington is looking for Tutors. SAAS needs to hire 20 hourly employees for the upcoming academic year.
Here is a list of available positions: Faculty Liaison, Content Tutor, and Drop-In Session Tutors. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis, however to be considered for Autumn Quarter 2013, please apply by September 6, 2013.
URL for submitting Online Application Materials:
1. TUTORS NEEDED- ALL ACADEMIC DISCIPLINES (specifically: Biology, Microbiology, Chemistry, Geography, English, Business Courses (i.e. Accounting, Management, etc.), Economics (200, 201, 300, and 301), Physics (110 and 114-224), Astronomy (101 and 150), Swahili, Communications, Statistics, Psychology (up to 300 level), Drama all levels, ESRM, American Ethic Studies, American Indian Studies, ATM S, Music, Anthropology, Global Health, Environmental Health, Quantitative Science, Quantitative Methods, Linguistics, Classics (101, 205, 210, 324) Mechanical Engineering (ME 123), HSTAM, Computer Science and Engineering (CSE 142 and 143), Law Society and Justice and Sociology).
Duties and Responsibilities:
Content tutor student-athletes in specific discipline, complete online reports after each session, attend study skills and training throughout the quarter, and assist students with developing quarterly study plans.
Tutoring experience is helpful, but we will train you. Must be a patient communicator with ability to both explain material and test for comprehension. Minimum 3.3 or higher GPA in courses you would like to tutor, good study skills, professional work ethic and attitude. Additionally, tutors must be able to balance tutoring appointments with own class schedule.
Tutors are able to sit in on classes (Faculty Liaisons only), work with professors, gain experience as an educator, and develop interpersonal communication skills.
Application deadline for Autumn Quarter 2013 is September 6, 2013. Pay rates are aligned with union pay scale. Pay depends on degree status and experience. Students and non-students are welcome to apply for positions. Work Study students are STRONGLY encouraged to apply.
Note: These job classifications are governed by a negotiated labor contract and are subject to union shop provisions. For more information about union shop provisions, visit:
URL for submitting Online Application Materials:
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These positions provide support services for Undergraduate Academic Advising (UAA) and the Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity (OMAD).
Please see below for information regarding the position. If you are interested, please send your cover letter and resume to UAAadmin@uw.edu.
Help undergraduate students navigate the complexities of University of Washington life.
• Staff the front desk of the Center for Undergraduate Advising, Diversity and Student Success, responding to all in-person and phone inquiries.
• Help fellow students understand administrative processes.
• Work closely with 30 academic advisers in scheduling appointments, troubleshooting, special projects, etc.
• Make appropriate referrals. Be familiar with all University of Washington undergraduate academic programs/support services.
• Have a proactive understanding of College and University rules and regulations affecting a student’s progress toward a degree.
• Contribute to First Year Program’s efforts in welcoming new students and assisting them with the registration process.
• Assist in maintaining an accurate filing system for all pre-majors in the college of Arts and Sciences.
• Work as a member of a team in keeping the workspace clean and organized.
• Special projects, as necessary (event planning, data base maintenance, publications, etc.)
• Must be current UW undergraduate and have attended at least THREE quarters at the UW prior to start date and is eligible for work study.
• Utilize strong interpersonal communication and public speaking skills.
• Experience in leadership, advising and/or related activities (Freshman Interest Group Peer Instructor, Summer Peer Adviser/Orientation Leader, student groups, residential life, etc.)
• Demonstrated ability to work with diverse population of student co-workers.
• Possess a demonstrated ability to work both independently and collaboratively.
IV. Time Commitment and Salary
• 10-15 hours a week, including some weekday evenings until 6:00pm.
• Positions begin September 16th 2013.
• THIS JOB POSTING CLOSES ON August 1st AT 5:00 PM. INTERVIEWS WILL TAKE PLACE ON August 12 – 14.
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The Career Center is ready to serve graduating students as they transition into the working world. If we can be of assistance in any of the following ways, please encourage your students to come in:
Resume & Cover Letter Development or Review
- Personal Statement Review
- Interview Skills
- Interview Practice/Mock Interviews
- Using Social Media to Network & Find Jobs
- LinkedIn Profile Development or Review
- Job Search Strategies and Employer Connections
We’ll be partnering with the UW Alumni Association to offer additional career-related services to recent graduates and alumni during the summer months. The following events may be of interest:
Resume Fest (Resume Reviews) – Thursday, June 20 from 8:15 am – 4:00 pm (Free)
- Resume & Cover Letter Workshop – June 20 at4:00 pm (Free)
- Alumni Dependable Strengths Workshop – June 21 & 24 ($160 – UWAA members; $200 – non-members)
- Summer Career Fair – June 27 from 2:00 – 6:00 pm (Free)
- Career Launch Workshop (Resumes & Cover Letters, Job Search, Interviewing Skills and Lunch) – July 11 from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm ($35)
- Alumni Panel & Networking Reception – July 17 from 5:30 – 8:00 pm (panel – $5 – UWAA members, $7 – non-members; reception – $7 – UWAA members, $10 – non-members)
For additional information, please see The Career Center calendar at http://careers.washington.edu/Calendar
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