Below is a sampling of Handshake opportunities that have upcoming deadlines:
Fixed Testing Center Assistant, Learning Strategies, at Gonzaga University – due 12/12
Work as a Program Assistant at Gonzaga University’s Center for Student Academic Success in Spokane, WA.
Full Time Instructor/Teacher/Tutor at Axiom Learning – due 12/12
Work in Boston at an innovative hub for smart, idealistic people transforming the future of education.
Teachers for Middle & High School (Certification not Required) at Teach Kentucky – due 12/14
Teach full-time in priority public middle schools and high schools in the greater Lousville, Kentucky area.
Behavior Support Specialist at Uncommon Schools – due 12/15
Work at a nonprofit that manages outstanding urban charter public schools to close the achievement gap and prepare low-income students to graduate from college.
Teach English in Indonesia at EF Education First – due 12/15
Pre K-12 Teaching Apprentice Program at Berwick Academy – due 12/15
Civic Education Project – Lead and Inspire Students from Across the Country!
CEP is NOW HIRING! Spend your Spring or Summer creating life-changing experiences for young student leaders!
Lead a group of 12-18 students in service-learning experiences engaging with local activists, leaders and changemakers. Inspire students to consider their leadership capacity through thoughtful reflection and dialogue. Expand your knowledge and skills in service-learning facilitation and tap into a nationwide community of top-tier practitioners and educators. If you are a passionate educator who wants to help develop socially responsible young leaders, then CEP wants YOU!
2018 Program & Position Details
- Instructional, residential, and administrative positions available.
- Program locations in Chicago, Washington DC, Baltimore, Berkeley, and Evanston.
- 4-day, weeklong, and 3-week opportunities.
- Staff receive a stipend, room and board, and training in service-learning and experiential education.
- Staff consideration begins December 11, 2017 for returning staff and January 1, 2018 for new staff.
Please carefully review our Position Openings & Employment Dates before completing a Staff Application.
In the online Staff Application (see above) you will be asked to supply:
- A current résumé reflecting your education, employment, and volunteer experience;
- A brief personal statement of no more than 500 words, articulating why you are interested in these positions and what skills or experiences you bring to the program;
- Contact information (name, phone number, email address) for three professional references. Note: references are contacted via email at the time candidates who are invited to interview for a position call CEP to schedule their interview.
Please prepare these materials before you begin the staff application, as it is not an option to save and return to the application to complete at a later time.
You will be notified via e-mail once we have received your completed online application, résumé, and personal statement. Due to a high volume of applicants, we are unable to review incomplete applications.
Candidates receiving further consideration will be invited to participate in an interview via phone or video chat (CLI senior administrative candidates only). Candidates may also be asked to submit additional materials during the hire process, including lesson or activity plans, official undergraduate and graduate transcripts, copies of teaching certifications, and additional references.
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis as they are received, so candidates are encouraged to apply early to ensure full consideration. Candidates will be notified of their status as soon as all positions are filled.
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Here are lots of promising opportunities in Handshake, curated by our CCI Intern-extraordinaire, Sarah Karerat ’18:
Winter Term Intern Therapeutic Early Childhood Provider at Addison County Parent Child Center– due 12/15
Work with children this J-Term at the Addison County Parent Child Center in Middlebury.
Office Manager at NAMI Vermont – due 12/15
Serve as a full-time Office Manager to ensure effective administration of day-to-day operations at a statewide volunteer organization of family members, friends, and individuals living with a mental illness.
Training Coordinator at The Trevor Project – due 12/15
Interested in queer issues-related nonprofit work? Support the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ young people.
Field Coordinator at Montana Conservation Corps – due 12/18
Directly support Crew Leaders and Crew Members for adult, youth, and specialty programs in Bozeman, Montana.
Social Media and Communications Intern at International Service for Human Rights – due 12/18
Spend your summer working hands-on with a human rights non-governmental organization.
Privilege & Poverty National SHECP Internship – due 01/18
Applicants who are selected for this internship will become will become a part of a Privilege & Poverty cohort that will prepare together during spring semester, participate in the summer internship, regroup for reflection upon their return to campus, and have options to engage in additional pursuits throughout the academic year. Internships offered in: Healthcare, Law, Economic Development, Education, Environmental Justice, Housing, Hunger, Women’s Advocacy, Youth Programs, the Arts, and more.
As an Entry-level Transformation Consultant, you will have the opportunity to join Consulting by Degrees – our world-class apprenticeship program designed to groom top talent entry-level consultants into tomorrow’s leaders. IBM Global Business Services (GBS) consultants help organizations fundamentally redesign experiences to create new sources of value, digitally reinvent operations for great efficiency and transform entire enterprises through the use of cognitive. This is possible by taking advantage of IBM’s global reach, outcome-focused methodologies, domain skills and deep industry expertise. We are looking for enthusiastic and digitally savvy candidates with the skills, creativity and passion to solve some of society’s most complex problems with your innovative thinking and ideas. We seek the best and brightest from all walks of life – from business to engineering, communications to computer science, analytics to application development and everything in between.
In the Consulting by Degrees (CbD) Program, you will join a cohort of talented and committed colleagues on a two-year journey designed to develop you into a top consultant at IBM. IBM is transforming, and CbDers play a critical role in that journey. With over 1,000 CbDers on hundreds of different client projects, the CbD Program is an opportunity to experience a variety of roles, grow as a consultant, and transform into an IBM leader. CbDers are supported by program managers, peer buddies, project managers, and extensive in-person training. Each CbDer is aligned to a practice where they develop subject matter expertise in one or more industries as they work on multiple projects during the two-year program. CbDers receive a collaborative, challenging, and transformative experience.
All details in Handshake here: https://app.joinhandshake.com/jobs/1178850 Deadline is January 1, 2018