The US Census Bureau is now accepting applications for field leader/supervisor position
In King, Pierce & Snohomish County
Recruiting Bulletins: http://www.census.gov/regions/los_angeles/www/jobs/washington_jobs.php
Closing date to receive applications February 14, 2013 4:30 PM PST
Field Supervisor Area (FSA) 8081 Bellevue, WA
Field Supervisor Area (FSA) 8082 Seattle, WA
Field Supervisor Area (FSA) 8083 Pierce/SW King, WA
Field Supervisor Area (FSA) 8084 Everett, WA
- The position performs field supervision activities for field staff within an assigned program area.
- This position is permanent part-time with benefits.
- Applicants must have a physical residence within the area of consideration listed in the recruiting bulletins when applying.
- To verify your residence is within the area of consideration, please call 1-800-992-3529
U.S. CENSUS BUREAU IN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER THE CENSUS BUREAU DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE IN EMPLOYMENT ON THE BASIS OF COLOR, RELIGION, SEX, NATIONAL ORIGIN, POLITICAL AFFILIATION, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, MARITAL STATUS, DISABILITY, AGE, MEMBERSHIP IN AN EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION
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ONE YEAR: The Dudley Edmondson Fellowship in Youth Development and Education—15 months—$17,250 stipend plus benefits.
TWO YEARS: University of Washington Master’s In Education With an IslandWood Certificate in Education for Environment and Community 27 month—up to $10,000 in tuition waiver plus & 2,500-$4,500 DOE each summer in pay
$15,000 in tuition waivers plus $2,500-$4,500 DOE each summer in pay.
For more information please see this online brochure or read below
MULTICULTURAL FELLOWSHIPS IN YOUTH DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION
Designed to cultivate diverse leadership in the education and youth development sectors these one and two year fellowships for young adults of color provide an opportunity to develop the talent and tools to make a lasting impact in your community. Each fellowship is designed to provide as much hands on youth work experience as possible while still providing the training and skills in program facilitation and management needed to succeed in the fields of education, youth development and non-profit leadership. If you are looking to be a mentor for young people, to make a difference in a young person’s life and willing to challenge yourself physically and emotionally than this is for you. No experience necessary, a commitment to serving others required.
Each fellowship is coordinated by YMCA BOLD & GOLD Mountain School in partnership with IslandWood— an environmental learning center— and AmeriCorps — a national service program. At BOLD & GOLD we use outdoor experience and challenge to create emotionally and physically safe spaces where young people from different backgrounds can communicate and develop to their fullest leadership potential. 50% of our students participate on scholarship and the 40% identify as people of color. For more information see ymcaleadership.org.
Please note that these fellowships have an outdoor component but previous camping experience is not required. Fellowships take place in Seattle, WA.
“My year as a BOLD Fellow was amazing, I learned so much about myself as a leader and a teacher. Coming from New York I never thought I would be climbing mountains or camping in the woods but by the end of my AmeriCorps year I was confident and comfortable, which was a big help when I was taking recent immigrants out on their first trip ever. BOLD also helped me get the skills to land a great job, after finishing my free NOLS course I got the first job I applied for. I highly recommend BOLD to anyone looking to help young people, make a difference and challenge themself.”
-Mick Arieta, Dudley Edmondson Fellow 2010-2011
ONE YEAR FELLOWSHIPS (15 MONTHS)
The Dudley Edmondson Fellowship in Youth
Development and Education
The aim of this fellowship is to help a young adult of color develop the project management, teaching, facilitation, leadership, communication, curriculum planning and development, and technical skills needed to thrive in the education, non-profit and youth development sectors through hands on job training and mentorship. In this position you will put ideas into practice as a program coordinator and facilitation specialist working with middle and high school youth in after school programs and summer expeditions. You will help young people get on track for success in high school and college by learning how to challenge themselves physically and emotionally, work with others, set and achieve goals and develop a tolerance for adversity and uncertainty. You will learn to use many mediums to do this including environmental and outdoor education, arts and theater, athletics and many other activities that can help build relationships and push students outside of their comfort zone. Your daily responsibilities will be group work and teaching, volunteer recruitment, program and project management, coordination of after school programs, individual counseling, problem solving, networking and relationship building and goofing off. During the academic year you will be a part of an AmeriCorps team and supported by seasoned staff. By the end of this fellowship you will have the skills and certifications necessary to not only get a job in a career serving others but have fun and make an impact doing it.
Schedule and Timeline
June-August (3 mo): Your fellowship will start in Seattle in early June. The first three weeks will be intensive trainings in youth work, facilitation and lesson planning, experiential education curriculum and outdoors skills trainings. In July and August you will be leading overnight summer trips with teens from YMCA BOLD and GOLD (75% of time) and providing program support (25%).
September-June (10 mo): Coordinator of afterschool youth development programs for YMCA GOLD or BOLD or other afterschool programas an AmeriCorps member.
July-August (2 mo): Instructor on GOLD or BOLD Mountain School summer trips.
After: Optional nine month paid extension as a youth worker with our international program partner Outward Bound South Africa.
Upon completion of this fellowship you will receive a certificate in Youth Development and Education from the YMCA, Wilderness First Aid and CPR certifications, $4,000 for a NOLS course (National Outdoor Leadership School—nols.edu) of your choice and a $4,500 AmeriCorps education award.
Total living stipend of $17,250. Health insurance, up to $200 EBT, gym and yoga membership and other benefits after 90 days of start date.
TWO YEAR FELLOWSHIPS (27 MONTHS)
University of Washington Master’s In Education With an IslandWood Certificate in Education for Environment and Community
This fellowship is for a young adult of color seeking both a graduate degree in education and knowledge of the best practices of environmental, experiential and multicultural education. Resulting from a unique partnership between IslandWood and YMCA BOLD & GOLD this fellowship combines three summers as a paid outdoor educator with two academic years of study. The result is a comprehensive experience that provides you with the skills and knowledge to thrive in a career in education, youth development or non-profit leadership.
Your will begin your study with BOLD or GOLD leading outdoor expeditions for low income youth. In the end of August you will move to Bainbridge Island for a nine month residency at IslandWood, a leading environmental education center that works with predominately low income elementary schools from Seattle. During your residency you will study towards a Master’s in Education from the University of Washington with a focus on either Science Education or Teaching and Curriculum which you will complete the following year at the UW campus in Seattle. See islandwood.org/graduate_program for information about this degree.
An interest in environmental science and outdoor adventure is needed but a prior degree in the natural sciences is not required. Due to the sizable work load found in any graduate program a high tolerance for uncertainty and adversity, the ability to laugh at yourself and a sense of purpose is essential.
This 27 month fellowship is as follows:
June-August: Your fellowship will start in Seattle in early June. The first three weeks will be intensive trainings in youth work, facilitation and lesson planning, experiential education curriculum and outdoors skills trainings. In July and August you will be leading overnight summer trips with teens from YMCA BOLD and GOLD (75% of time) and providing program support (25%).
September-June: Residency at IslandWood on Bainbridge Island, WA teaching environmental education and studying for a Master’s in Education.
July-August 2014: Instructor on GOLD or BOLD Mountain School summer trips.
September-March: Two quarters in Seattle at the University of Washington Campus to complete your Masters in Education.
May-August 2015: Instructor on GOLD or BOLD Mountain School summer trips.
After: Optional nine month paid extension as a youth worker with our international program partners Outward Bound South Africa.
Upon completion of this fellowship you will receive a Master’s in Education from the University of Washington and a $4,000 scholarship for a NOLS course (National Outdoor Leadership School—nols.edu) of your choice.
As a fellow, you will receive a $10,000 scholarship towards tuition, room and board from IslandWood’s graduate program in Education for Environment and Community and earn $2,500-$4,500 (DOE) each summer as an instructor for BOLD or GOLD. Possible weekend work during the school year with BOLD and GOLD may provide additional income. Due to tuition increases in the last few years (due to state budget cuts) this is only a partial scholarship.”
“My experience with B.O.L.D this year has been awesome! I have been able to do so many amazing things that I would not be able to do on my own and learned a lot about myself and what it means to be a part of a team that really cares about its staff and the children they facilitate. Nothing brings me more joy and happiness then seeing a child discovers new things about themselves. This fellowship has allowed me to fulfill my goals of becoming an educator with a masters degree and to educate children in the natural history that is all around the Pacific Northwest. IslandWood is a state of the art facility with friendly staff that make you feel at home and welcomed. I would recommend this program to any graduate that loves nature, being in the outdoors, helping children and youth, meeting amazing people and who wants to experience a new side of themselves.”
- Mashawn Butler, current BOLD&GOLD/IslandWood Fellow
TO APPLY please complete the following:
1) A resume detailing your professional experience.
2) A cover letter no longer than one page single spaced detailing:
* Why you are interested in youth development and education.
What your long term career goals are and why you believe this fellowship will help you get there.
* Your tolerance for uncertainty and adversity and trying new things (all fellowships include an outdoor adventure component— no experience is required but an ability to try new things and put yourself out there is essential).
3) A picture of one of your favorite goofing off/being silly activities .
And e-mail it with a subject line of “Fellowship Application” to:
Andrew Jay—BOLD & GOLD National Director email@example.com
Admissions is on a rolling basis with three rounds of review:
Early Admission Deadline—February 4th
Priority Deadline—March 18th
Final Deadline—April 29th.
For all program or admissions questions please contact:
Josh Epstein—BOLD & GOLD National Director
For questions about transitioning and living in Seattle contact:
Jasmine Whiting—2012-13 Dudley Edmondson Fellow
B.A. Howard University 2012
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The time to apply for the 2013-2014 Resident Adviser position is coming to a close. All completed applications must be submitted online (http://www.hfs.washington.edu/RA/) by 8am on Monday, January 14th, 2013.
If you have lingering questions or are looking to learn more about the position, the final Information Session is:
Wednesday, January 9th in Poplar 107 from 3:30-4:30pm
As a reminder, each year Resident Advisers (RAs) are selected to assist students living in the residence halls. RAs are live-in peer advisers with referral, programming, and administrative responsibilities. Compensation for services includes a single room and meal plan for the academic year. RA’s are required to attend and successfully complete a preparatory training class spring quarter, EDLPS 496, and must return to the University before the start of autumn quarter for further training to enhance the skills needed to be a successful Resident Adviser.
All current students with a GPA of 2.45 or greater are eligible to apply. Past experience in group living situations and strong skills in working with people of diverse backgrounds and identities are desirable. The Department of Housing & Food Services is committed to selecting students who can meet the needs of a diverse student population.
I hope you will consider applying for this excellent leadership and service opportunity. If you have any questions, please contact Erica Barton, Administrator for Student Development, Housing & Food Services at 206-616-7259.
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The Office of Student Services at the School of Social Work has two openings for work-study Student Assistants positions beginning Winter quarter.
Job Title: Student Assistant III
Department: School of Social Work
Location: 4101 15th Ave NE, Room 23
Contact/Supervisor: Kelly Hoeft
Phone Number: 206-616-3646
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Employment Period: Academic Year and Summer
Hours per week: up to 19 hrs
Pay Rate: $9.50-$10/hr
For priority consideration, please submit your resume and winter 2013 (Monday- Friday, 9am -5pm) availability by January 11, 2013 to email@example.com.
* Data entry
* Provide information about Admissions and Student Services to visitors, students, and applicants
* Answer a multi-line telephone system and make appropriate referrals
* Assists staff with mailings, filing, scheduling appointments and events
* Must be a UW Student with work study funding.
* Must be able to work independently, exercise a high degree of judgment, initiative and responsibility in working with visitors, students and applicants.
* Strong communication skills, poise, leadership, attention to detail, and maturity.
* Familiarity with Windows, Microsoft Office Suite and data entry.
* Must be able to lift 20 lbs.
* Increased familiarity with social services agencies and university resources
* Development of interpersonal, supervisory, communication, networking, leadership and computer skills.
* Problem solving, opportunity to develop some marketing skills (create flyers, compile welcome folders, etc…), and other office maintenance skills will be enhanced.
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Sustainability Map Web Developer
Start Date: December 2012 or 1st week of classes January 2013
Hours/Times: 10-‐15 hours per week, Days/Times Negotiable
Internship Period: Through Spring Quarter 2013 (until development of project is complete)
Husky Jobs ID# 65775
UW Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability (ESS) operates within the F2 Administration/ Strategy Management department of UW Finance & Facilities.
The Sustainability Map Developer will work in partnership with the ESS Program Coordinator to develop an online interface for the UW Sustainability Map. The goal of this project is to improve and further develop our current Drupal/Google Sustainability Map into a visually attractive and user-‐friendly online interface to display the information we have collected for a University of Washington Sustainability Map. The Sustainability Map Developer will gain experience in integrating CSS coding, with Drupal, and with Google Maps.
This position will report to and work closely with the website manager for the Environmental Stewardship & Sustainability office. The sustainability map developer will be primarily responsible for the map project, but will have the option of helping with other web development projects if desired.
Project Outcomes and Metrics:
1. Establish a sustainability map that meets the following objectives:
a.) The map should be self-‐sustaining, require minimal ongoing maintenance, and not require additional funding from the University b.) The program should be comprehensive in regards to multiple areas of sustainability practices c.) The program should retain the UW look and feel, while still resembling the ESS site d.) The program should be simple to use and update
2. Perform user testing on the map interface to improve the user experience.
3. Use multiple marketing methods to communicate the completion of the sustainability map to students and departments on campus.
4. Measurable metrics: number of visitors to the sustainability map, tracked by Google Analytics.
- Experience with Drupal, Google Maps, CSS, HTML, and/or other computer programs and design software.
- Strong organizational skills and ability to manage competing deadlines and prioritize time accordingly.
- Ability to work independently and a strong commitment to environmental learning.
- Multi‐tasking skills and the ability to work on a wide variety of tasks.
- Previous experience working in an office environment is a plus.
Email cover letter, resume and contact information for two references to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you enjoy meeting people, the U.S. Census Bureau has a few openings for Part-Time Field Representative.
The Census Bureau conducts a variety of censuses and surveys, not just the once-a-decade census. Every month, quarter, and year we conduct surveys with households and businesses. Field Representatives are selected based on openings in the county or city in which they live.
The pay range is $10.19 to $14.33 per hour, depending on work experience and location. You will also be reimbursed for authorized expenses, including 55 cents per mile. Bilingual applicants are encouraged to apply!
Minimum qualifications include:
- Be a citizen of the United States and present proof of identity and employment eligibility.
- Valid driver license, reliable vehicle, and private phone line.
- Pass the Basic Skills Test
- Successfully complete mock and structured interview
For additional information click on the local jobs tab: http://www.census.gov/regions/los_angeles/www/jobs/washington_jobs.php
LGBTQ & ally young people – get paid to be an educator on the lives of queer and trans youth!
The Northwest Network’s OutSpoken LGBTQ and ally youth speakers bureau is offering a training for new panelists. The organization challenges bullying, oppression and anti-LGBTQ violence in our schools and communities by training young people ages 13-24 to be educators. OutSpoken offers youth panels, workshops, and peer-to-peer presentations.
When: Saturday, November 3rd, 12-3:30pm
Where: Seattle Counseling Services, 1216 Pine St., Suite 300
Who should attend: Young people ages 14-24
After the training, participants will all meet at Bluebird (1205 E. Pike St.) for an OutSpoken all-ages ice cream and social, 4-6pm. Friends, family, partners and community are welcome to attend to play games and learn more about OutSpoken.
To sign up or get more info, contact Kristina: email@example.com or (206) 568-7777.
The mission of INROADS is to develop and place talented under-served youth in business and industry, and prepare them for corporate and community leadership. INROADS has graduated over 25,000 talented individuals from Interns to full-time managerial jobs with over 1,000 major companies.
The President & CEO of the organization is coming to UW!
Come and speak with Mr. Harper about what it takes to be successful after college, how you can become a stronger leader, and what companies want when hiring talent. Also, learn about how you can participate in this opportunity!
Brown bag lunch with Mr Forest T. Harper, President/CEO of INROADS
Thursday, Nov. 8th 12:30-1:20pm
UW Business Hall 102
Business casual attire is requested
For additional information call 1-800-651-6411 or email Amy Loftis at ALoftis@INROADS.org
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