Employment

CYT Summer Writing Employment Opportunity

Summer Employment Opportunities Teaching Critical and Creative Writing

CTY offers academically rigorous programs for advanced learners in elementary, middle, and high school. We seek highly motivated and well-qualified candidates to lead our writing workshop courses.

Our instructional staff

  • Lead small classes of 12-15 bright students
  • Enjoy many opportunities for professional development
  • Earn competitive salaries, plus room and board at residential sites

Instructors design curriculum and teach a three week course at a day or residential site

 

Teaching Assistants support classroom instruction at residential sites

 

 

Program Assistants support classroom instruction and facilitate the activities program at day sites

 

Strong candidates

  • Have significant independent teaching experience.
  • Are active writers.
  • Hold advanced degrees in creative writing, composition and rhetoric, or literature.
  • Earn $2400-3000 per session based upon education and experience.
  • Receive room and board on campus at residential sites.
 

Strong candidates

  • Have advanced undergraduate or graduate coursework in creative writing, composition and rhetoric, or literature
  • Are active writers.
  • Have worked successfully with young people.
  • Earn $1200 per session plus room and board on campus.

 

 

Strong candidates

  • Have worked successfully with young children.
  • Are active writers.
  • Have strong academic records.
  • Live near day sites.
  • Earn $1200 per session.

 

 

 

Where?

Our residential sites are located in California, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Washington, and Hong Kong.

 

Our day sites for grades 2-6 are located in the Baltimore and Washington DC areas; New York City; Los Angeles, San Diego and San Mateo, California; and Hong Kong.

When? Session 1: June 25–July 14; Session 2: July 16–August 4

More information

Cty

 

 

Kingsley and Kate Tufts Blogger in residence

Join the literary conversation!

Apply now to be Spring 2017 Kingsley and Kate Tufts Blogger-in-Residence.

  • Meet distinguished poets, including Kngsley and Kate Tufts poetry winners and current Tufts judges
  • Attend exclusive local literary events
  • Add you voice to the global and local literary conversation
  • Build your resume
  • Get paid to write

Interested applicants should visit the blog to read posts by current and past Bloggers-in-Residence: www.sites.cgu.edu/tufts

  • To apply, please send an email with a letter of interest (including 2-3 ideas for potential blog posts you'd like to write), a resume or c.v., and a short writing sample to genevieve.kaplan@cgu.edu
  • This position is for Spring semester 2017, renewable for an additional semester. Payment is per-post.
  • Application deadline is January 13, 2017, or until position is filled.

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Religion Instructors Needed at Fullerton College

Fullerton College in Fullerton, CA is looking for several instructors to teach either a World Religions or Asian Religions (focusing on Confucianism, Taoism, and Buddhism) course next semester (January 29 -May 27, 2017).  The minimum requirement for this position is a Masters degree in Religious Studies and a desired qualification would be previous teaching experience at the community college or university level. 

If you feel that you have the academic/teaching background to teach either of these courses (which are scheduled for M/W or T/TH) please contact Bruce Hanson at BHanson@fullcoll.edu.  Please be sure to include a brief description of why you feel that you would be able to successfully teach one or both of these courses and attach your current CV.

Mentors and Tutors Needed at Fullerton College

Fullerton College's Basic Skills Initiative is offering two unique
opportunities in spring 2017 to graduate and undergraduate students at
your university:

1. The Graduate Student Mentorship Program (GSM) is open to current
graduate students in the following disciplines: English, math, reading,
ESL/TESOL, anthropology, political science, ethnic studies, and
geography. This unique program serves a dual purpose: to give graduate
students the opportunity to gain valuable community college classroom
teaching experience before they enter the job market, and to support the
success of basic skills students enrolled in our courses. Please see the
attached GSM application for more information. The deadline to apply is
Nov 7, 2016.

2. The Entering Scholars Program (ESP) is hiring both undergraduate and
graduate students that are interested in tutoring first-year students in
English and reading courses. Tutors are hired to work with a specific
class and instructor for an entire semester. Please see the attached ESP
application for more information. The deadline to apply is Oct 14, 2016.

Since both opportunities are paid positions, students
cannot receive course credit if hired.

Applications:

Esp si tutor application spring 2017esp-si-tutor-application-spring-2017.doc (64.5 KB)Gsm application spring 2017gsm-application-spring-2017.doc (67 KB)

Research Assistant Wanted as Independent Contractor

Research Assistant Wanted as Independent Contractor


Work at your own location. No special time to be at work but deadlines established for
periodic transfer of data to me.
Job involves researching (1) bibliography formats approved by Chicago Manual
pertaining to any type of historical documents, especially websites. (2) Endnotes
composed from these bibliographical references which are applicable only to
publishing.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Prior experience with using Chicago Manual of Style Online 16th Edition
(http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/16/bib_toc.html) and/or know where you can use
a hardy copy of their manual.
2. Prior experience with EasyBib.com or other online format for bibliography.
3. Respect for and interested in details.
$12.50 per hour.


I am an amateur historian working on the following project: 24 chapter manuscript
which is a collection of memories about merchants and their businesses on one street in
Clarksdale, Mississippi, between 1900 and 1978. My intent is to correctly include all
related and diverse types of references. I am planning to publish.
CONTACT
Margie Kerstine', 909-542-9063 (land line)
 
email: margiekerstine@bellsouth.net

 

Student Employment Opportunities - Annual Giving Phonathon Caller and Manager

Annual Giving Phonathon Student Caller – CGU Office of Advancement     
Starting Salary: $12.00/hour    
Closing Date: Open Until Filled    
The Student Caller of the Annual Giving Phonathon at the Office of Advancement reports to the Student Manager and Assistant Director of Annual Giving and is responsible for calling and soliciting a pool of pre-selected alumni for monetary donations to support student fellowships and university operations. The Student Caller will also engage alumni in conversations about positive graduate experiences, relevant research interests/accomplishments, key university updates, and current & upcoming events.
Duties and Responsibilities:
The Student Caller plays a key role in reconnecting alumni back to the University campus and strategically re-engaging them in the community.  S/He will also communicate with alumni for the purpose of engaging potential new donors to the University.
•    Calls and solicits a pool of over 10,000 national and international alumni to encourage contributions to the Annual Fund, which provides students with fellowships and cover costs associated with university operations.
•    Assists university departments with additional calling efforts.
•    Works closely with the Student Managers and the Assistant Director of Annual Giving to complete weekly phone and donation goals.
•    Receives guidance and directions from the Student Managers and Assistant Director of Annual Giving about the daily tasks and weekly goals.
•    Develops creative, effective strategies to engage alumni over the phone.
•    Provides feedback on ways to improve phone communications with alumni.
•    Manages and completes daily call lists based on given goals for the day/week.
•    Accurately documents all calls and updates alumni contact information.
•    Uses personalized, editable calling scripts to engage with alumni over the phone.
Qualifications:    
Must be a CGU student. A background in Sales and/or Marketing or phone banking is preferred but not required. A basic knowledge of CGU and the Claremont Colleges strongly recommended. Must have exceptional interpersonal and customer service skills that include tact, empathy, honesty, and kindness. Enjoy interacting with people over the phone. Excellent organizational skills. Have the ability to handle confidential personal records and information, listen attentively, be mentally and verbally agile, and use strong, effective communication.  Must be able to work with diverse groups and university constituencies including alumni, students, and staff.  Must be a self-motivated, creative, and innovative professional with the ability to solve problems with creativity and diplomacy.  Have the ability to manage daily tasks in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment while paying close attention to details.  Working evenings and some weekends is required. CGU students who have or who qualify for work-study are strongly encouraged to apply.
Requirements:
Completed application, cover letter & current résumé or CV, in-person interview (upon request), orientation and training

Annual Giving Phonathon Student Manager – CGU Office of Advancement     
Starting Salary: $15.00/hour    
Closing Date: Open Until Filled    
The Student Manager of the Annual Giving Phonathon at the Office of Advancement reports to the Assistant Director of Annual Giving (ADAG) and is primarily responsible for being the “eyes and ears” of the ADAG, which means supervising student callers, assessing, triaging, and intervening necessary phone calls, ensuring a professional, positive, and productive work environment, and calling and soliciting a pool of pre-selected alumni for monetary donations to support student fellowships and university operations.
Duties and Responsibilities:
The Student Manager plays a key role in creating and maintaining a workplace environment conducive to a positive call experience for both student callers and alumni.  S/He will also communicate with alumni for the purpose of engaging potential donors to the University.
•    Trains, supervises, supports, and motivates a team of student callers towards the completion of daily tasks and the attainment of weekly goals.
•    Works with the ADAG to create and maintain the student caller work schedules each week.
•    Opens and closes the call center daily, including but not limited to gathering all of the materials the callers use to make phone calls and tidying/sanitizing work stations.
•    Monitors phone calls and provides student callers with immediate, targeted feedback on ways to improve communications with the use of effective, implementable strategies.
•    Calls and solicits a pool of over 10,000 national and international alumni to encourage contributions to the Annual Fund, which provides students with fellowships and cover costs associated with university operations.
•    Assists university departments with additional calling efforts.
•    Works closely with the ADAG to develop weekly phone and donation goals for student callers to attain.
•    Writes detailed, weekly reports to the ADAG with updates related to daily phone banking operations and progress.
•    Maintains frequent communication and attends weekly meetings with the ADAG to discuss weekly reports.
•    Receives guidance and directions from the Assistant Director of the Annual Giving about the daily tasks and weekly goals.
•    Develops creative, effective strategies for engaging alumni over the phone.
•    Supports the ADAG in student caller orientations and ongoing trainings.
•    Evaluates student callers’ performance and provides them with feedback on ways to improve phone communications with alumni.
•    Creates creative, motivating incentives, activities, slogans/sayings to keep student callers enthusiastic, engaged, and motivated.
•    Manages and completes daily call lists based on given goals for the day/week.
•    Accurately documents all calls, gifts, and pledges, and updates alumni contact information.
•    Develops personalized, editable calling scripts in consultation with the ADAG for student callers to engage alumni over the phone.
Qualifications:
Must be a CGU student. Must have a background in call center work or phonathon experience. A background in Management and/or at least one year of management and Sales and/or Marketing is preferred but not required. A basic knowledge of CGU and the Claremont Colleges strongly recommended. Must have exceptional interpersonal and customer service skills that include tact, empathy, honesty, and kindness. Enjoy interacting with people over the phone. Excellent organizational and writing skills. Have the ability to listen attentively, be mentally and verbally agile, and use strong, effective communication.  Must be able to work with diverse groups and university constituencies including alumni, students, and staff.  Must be a self-motivated, energetic, creative, and innovative professional with the ability to solve problems with creativity and diplomacy.  Have the ability to manage people and daily tasks in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment, while paying close attention to details.  Working evenings and some weekends is required. CGU students who have or who qualify for work-study are strongly encouraged to apply.

 

Open Research Assistant Positions

Applications for the following positions are being accepted through ClaremontConnect/Handshake, which is accessible through the MyCGU student portal.

 

#428310 Research Assistant for Prof. Jay Martin - School of Arts & Humanities - THIS POSITION IS OPEN
About this Job
CMC Professor Jay Martin, and the CGU Department of Arts and Humanities, are seeking a Research Assistant for the 2016-17 academic year. Duties include library research, bibliography creation, typing, and aiding in curriculum development. 10 hours per week. Federal Work Study Funding is preferred but not required.

 

#428389 Research Assistant for Prof. Dan Ramírez- School of Arts & Humanities - THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED
About this Job
Religion Professor Dan Ramírez, and the CGU Department of Arts and Humanities, are seeking a Research Assistant for the 2016 Fall semester. Duties include research, curriculum development, and some logistics for the May 31-June 2 conference of the Red de Investigadores del Fenómeno Religioso en México (Network of Religion Researchers in Mexico). 10 hours per week. Federal Work Study Funding is preferred but not required.

 

Contributors wanted for MyKomms World of Information courses

Dear students,

We are a young start-up and we have one goal: to provide free education worldwide. To do so, we have built a website where anyone can take free online courses. We have selected 68 topics from Biology to Economics, from Literature to Psychology, from Civil Engineering to Law, etc.

In order to get all the content uploaded on the platform, we are looking for students and professors. The site can be seen by clicking here. Once we receive your resume and we are interested in your profile, we'll send you some unique login details and you'll be able to start. Your work will be reviewed by a professor. We pay $10 for each part you complete. It takes about 30-40 minutes to complete one part.

To apply, use the contact form on our website and one of our assistants will get back to you shortly.

We look forward to working with you!

The recruitment team
 

 

School of Arts & Humanities is hiring two student assistants to work in the main office

The School of Arts & Humanities will be hiring two student assistants to work in the main office during the 2016-17 academic year.  Federal Work Study funding is preferred for these positions. 

The position descriptions and application instructions are available via Claremont Connect/Handshake, which you can access through the Student Portal (MyCGU).

Intern Position for the Journal of the American Academy of Religion

This position has been filled.

 

The Journal of the American Academy of Religion (JAAR), housed at Claremont Graduate University, is seeking a student intern to work half-time for ten weeks during the months of June, July, and August (exact dates are flexible; some work can be done from home and allowances for vacation are possible if additional work is done in previous or following weeks).  The stipend will be $3000.  The JAAR intern will have the opportunity to see and participate in the entire process of scholarly publication, from reviewing submissions, to selecting peer reviewers, to copy editing, to working with typesetters to achieve the final product. JAAR is also heavily involved with book reviews, both in the journal itself, and in an ancillary website, Reading Religion. The intern will log in received books, tag them with relevant data, assist in the process of selecting suitable reviewers, and prepare reviews for publication, both online and in print. The intern will have the opportunity to communicate with publishers, editors, and authors. This is a great opportunity to learn the ins-and-outs of scholarly print and digital publishing.

Primary tasks of the JAAR intern include:
•    Reading manuscript submissions and being sure they are properly blinded for peer review.
•    Creating and maintaining a database of publishers whose books we review, and also scholars who can help us identify useful industry contacts and potential reviewers. This will involve implementing and expanding relevant keywords, email addresses, pictures, URLS, etc. as needed.  Experience with Filemaker Pro is a plus, but is not required.
•    Entering information on books under review into the back end of our new website.
•    Fact-checking information provided by other staff members.
•    Correctly formatting reviews as they are received so they are ready for copy-editing.
•    Other administrative tasks as needed.
The ideal JAAR intern will be organized, focused, and comfortable working with language, databases, and the journal’s editors.  An ideal position for a religious studies or English major, or anyone interested in learning more about the field of scholarly publishing.  Please send statement of interest and resume to: Cynthia Eller, cynthia.eller@cgu.edu

 

Archives Technician Position - San Bernardino County

The San Bernardino County Assessor-Recorder-County Clerk is recruiting for Archives Technicians to retrieve, receive, index and catalog secure records contained within the Assessor-Recorder-County Clerk's archival facility. These records document the lives and activities of people and organizations in and around the County of San Bernardino, dating back to the 1800's. Essential duties include assisting the public, County departments, and other agencies with reference inquiries; researching and retrieving files; preparing copies and collecting fees; assisting with the archival processing of records; maintaining archives database; and applying standard policies in the maintenance and preservation of archived materials such as maps; probate proceedings; and marriage, birth, and death certificates.

The Job Announcement is available at www.sbcounty.gov/hr<http://www.sbcounty.gov/hr>.

 

W.W. Norton is hiring Publishing Sales Representatives in California

W. W. Norton is currently looking to hire Publishing Sales Representatives for our San Francisco and Sacramento territories, as well as for several other locations across the country. We have had excellent success hiring recent graduates from English departments across the country, and as chair of the English department at Claremont College I was hoping that you might share this opportunity with any graduating seniors or recent alumni from your program.

The official job description can be found on our Norton Careers site at wwnorton.com/jobs/sales . If you know anyone who might be interested, please let them know they are welcome to personally send me their resume and cover letter at acain@wwnorton.com. I would be happy to personally speak to any of your students or recommended candidates about the job and how it’s an excellent gateway position into a career in academic publishing.

Thank you so much in advance for helping us in our search!

Ashley Cain
Assistant Director of College Sales
 

 

Grad Student Assistant Wanted

The position is part-time work (~10 hours a week) on an analysis of the impact of local opposition groups on infrastructure energy facility siting outcomes California and the Western US. The work is funded under the National Science Foundation’s Civil Infrastructure Systems program grant #1536741. Our research goal is to populate data in an agent-based model with historical data that can explain why some community organizations were able to successfully block or alter energy infrastructure projects while other projects were approved unchanged. We are administering a citizen survey as well as an agency stakeholder survey. The citizen  survey includes risk psychometric questions, social network questions, and other factors that drive citizen behavior.
 
The main project tasks include administering the Qualtrics web-based surveys, reviewing energy projects for potential inclusion in the study, collecting historical siting project data, analyzing citizen comments on the projects, supervising one undergraduate research assistant, and potentially interviewing project stakeholders.
 
The pay is $15-$20 an hour depending on experience.  The work for the project can be performed at CGU and remotely. Work is to commence immediately and continue through the 2016-2017 academic year. Depending on performance, there is an opportunity for a second year of work. There are possibilities for student co-authoring of peer reviewed publications upon successful completion of the project tasks.
 
Please email your resume’ and position application to the project’s principal investigator, Hal Nelson, at hal.nelson@cgu.edu  as soon as is convenient with the subject line: GRA  application.  In your application email, please indicate your knowledge of Qualtrics software on a 0-10 scale. Also, please indicate your experience with other aspects of survey research if applicable, and your knowledge of infrastructure siting or the energy sector. Review of applications will begin on 1 May.
 

 

Part time position at the Petterson Museum

This is a part time position (12 hours/week) and will begin in February.

For more information, please contact Joyce Yarborough.

Email: jyarborough@PilgrimPlace.org

Phone: (909) 399-5511

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Join the conversation – blog for CGU’s Kingsley & Kate Tufts Poetry Awards

Join the conversation – blog for CGU’s Kingsley & Kate Tufts Poetry Awards.

We’re looking for two Tufts Bloggers-in-Residence for Spring 2016.

These are paid positions – we are able to offer a small stipend, along with eternal internet glory. In exchange, you’ll
•    Attend meetings (1-2 over the course of the semester) in the Tufts office
•    Write 5-6 blog posts during the Spring 2016 semester. These posts will center around the Tufts Poetry Awards and content related to contemporary poetry. Such posts might include (but are not limited to):
o    Reviews of or engagements with Tufts winners’ and/or finalists’ books
o    Close readings or other informal engagements with selected Tufts winners’ and/or finalists’ poems
o    Short interviews with Tufts winners
o    Short interviews with Tufts judges
o    Reports-from-the field after attending Tufts events during the week-in-residence and awards season (public poetry readings, awards ceremony, poetry panels, AWP events, dinners)
o    Other contemporary-poetry related observations/analysis/responses
•    Attend Tufts events if possible (for Spring 2016, relevant dates include 2/27/16, 3/31/16, and 4/7/16)

If interested, please email your cover letter along with 1) CV or resume, 2) informal writing sample or links where we can find your relevant published informal writing, and 3) a short proposal describing two blog posts you’d like to write for the Tufts site.  Applications will be accepted through Monday, Nov. 23, 2015.

For questions, more details, or to apply, email genevieve.kaplan@cgu.edu  

 

Assistant Professor in Race and Gender/Sexuality at the University of Florida

Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Race and Gender/Sexuality: The University of Florida College of Liberal Arts and Sciences invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position shared between the Center for Women’s Studies and Gender Research (tenure home) and the African American Studies Program. We seek applicants with superior promise who combine rigorous scholarship with excellence in teaching in the areas of race and gender and/or race and sexuality. Disciplinary backgrounds may include, but are not restricted to African American studies, anthropology, Caribbean studies, criminal justice, diaspora studies, economics, ethnic studies, history, literature and culture, media studies, philosophy, political science, psychology, religion, sociology, urban studies, or women’s studies. The candidate is expected to contribute enthusiastically to the interdisciplinary research, teaching, and service mission of both units by maintaining a productive program of scholarship, supervising undergraduate and graduate students, teaching core and high-demand undergraduate and graduate courses, and engaging actively in governance and program building.


Both units are committed to creating an environment that affirms diversity across a variety of dimensions, including ability, class, ethnicity/race, gender identity and expression, and sexual orientation. We particularly welcome applicants who can contribute to such an environment through their scholarship, teaching, mentoring, and professional service. The university and greater Gainesville community enjoy a diversity of culture, music, restaurants, year-round outdoor recreational activity, and social opportunities, including organizations that support the interests of people from varied backgrounds.  
More information about the African American Studies Program can be found at: http://afam.clas.ufl.edu. More information about the Center for Women’s Studies and Gender Research can be found at: http://web.wst.ufl.edu/.


Applications must be submitted on-line at http://explore.jobs.ufl.edu/cw/en-us/job/495031/assistant-professor. Applications must include the following: (1) a letter of application describing experiences and qualifications related to this position, (2) a curriculum vitae, and (3) a statement of teaching philosophy and effectiveness. Candidates must also arrange for three letters of recommendation to be emailed to: cwsgr.afam.search@clas.ufl.edu. For full consideration, applications should be submitted by November 30, when the committee will begin reviewing applications. Applications received after this date may be considered at the discretion of the committee and/or hiring authority; in any case, the position will remain open until filled. The start date for this position is August 16, 2016. Salary is commensurate with qualifications. Candidates should have their Ph.D. in hand at the time of hiring. Questions may be directed to Dr. Trysh Travis, Search Committee Chair: ttravis@ufl.edu.


The final candidate will be required to provide official transcript to the hiring department upon hire. A transcript will not be considered “official” if a designation of “Issued to Student” is visible. Degrees earned from an education institution outside of the United States are required to be evaluated by a professional credentialing service provider approved by National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES), which can be found at http://www.naces.org/.
The University of Florida is an Equal Opportunity Institution dedicated to building a broadly diverse and inclusive faculty and staff. Searches are conducted in accordance with Florida Sunshine’s Law. If an accommodation due to a disability is needed to apply for this position, please call 352-392-2477 or the Florida Relay System at 800-955-8771 (TDD). All candidates for employment are subject to a pre-employment screening which includes a review of criminal records, reference checks, and verification of education.

 

Writing Tutors Needed at HMC

WRITING TUTORS NEEDED

The HMC Department of Humanities, Social Sciences, and the Arts is recruiting tutors for HSA10, a writing intensive course offered to first-year students. The Position will start in Spring 2016, with the possibility of renewal every spring hereafter.  Graduate students from all disciplines are welcome.

Collaborative working environment & competitive salary
Please send a c.v. and brief letter of interest (including names of two faculty references) to Professor Ken Fandell (Fandell@g.hmc.edu)

Application Deadline: Nov 20

 

GRE & SAT Test Preparation Instructor Positions

GRE • SAT
Test Preparation Instructor Positions
 
We are seeking test preparation instructors for our GRE and SAT classes.  These are part-time positions with classes once per week on Sundays.  We seek intelligent, charismatic instructors who have both top test scores and excellent teaching skills.  Our company has a social mission to provide top caliber test preparation courses at a value price.  Team Sherwood is committed to the social responsibility of accessible test preparation courses: Everyone deserves to put their best score out there.
 
Salary: $40/hour for GRE classroom instruction; $30/hour for SAT classroom instruction.
 

Qualifications
 
• Education: Current graduate or professional student (Ph.D. (or equivalent), Master’s, J.D.); or Completed Ph.D. (or equivalent), J.D., or Master’s degree.
 
• Test Scores: Top-tier test scores on one of the following: GRE, GMAT, LSAT, or SAT.
 
• Teaching Experience: Have taught at least one semester/quarter lecture, lab, or discussion, etc. class.  Prior university teaching experience is required.
 
• Quantitative and Verbal Skills: Must have BOTH excellent math and verbal/writing skills.  Sherwood Test Prep Instructors teach the entire course.
 
• Consistent Sunday Commitment: We seek team players who are flexible and can teach on consecutive Sundays throughout the entire year.  We only take off four weekends per year (those corresponding to): Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s.  Instructors can teach from 3 to 6 hours per weekend.
 

Summary
 
If interested, please send your (1) Cover Letter, (2) Resume/Vita, and (3) Test Scores to:  employment@sherwoodtest.com  Interviews and hiring are to commence immediately.
   
Teaching test preparation is a fun and rewarding experience.  As an instructor you will have the opportunity to help bright, high-achieving students achieve their goals and dreams of entering their first choice Universities and programs.  We hire good people who are intelligent, compassionate, honorable, and dependable.  All test prep instructors are respectfully treated as faculty members and are afforded autonomy and latitude in the courses they teach.
 
At Sherwood Test Prep, our work is to help others.
 

Sherwood Test Prep, Inc.
www.sherwoodtest.com
employment@sherwoodtest.com

 

Virtual Internships at Trust Women

Trust Women Internships

We offer virtual internships to students across the country who are interested in legislative and policy work concerning reproductive justice, health care access and the creation of relevant policy at the state level.  We are a dynamic and growing organization which offers students a chance to make a difference while learning skills that will help them in pursuing their careers and education.  Several of our interns are pursing graduate degrees or are working for our organization or at other organizations in this field.  You can also visit our website www.itrustwomen.org  for more information. 

Charles B. Faulhaber Director Position at the Oral History Center

The University of California, Berkeley seeks an active scholar and experienced administrator to lend intellectual vision, attract outside funding, and coordinate staff and budget resources to accomplish project goals of the Oral History Center (formerly the Regional Oral History Office), a research unit of the Bancroft Library.

The full job announcement and description can be found here