a Cohen Career Center publication
What You'll Find
- Resource Spotlight: Career Readiness Punchcard. Are you Career Ready?
College Access Fellowship Opportunities
- Learn about two exciting opportunities to support under-served students in their pursuit of higher education
Residential Life Administrator Position
- NYU's Global Academic Center in Washington, DC is looking for a part-time Residential Life Administrator for the 2017-2018 academic year
Teaching Assistant Opening with JHU's Center for Talented Youth
- Learn more about Summer TA opportunities working with course instructors on tutoring, class preparation, teaching, and administrative tasks
Resource Spotlight: Career Readiness Punchcard
The Career Readiness Punchcard provides a set of 10 career-related experiences to begin your career planning and development! Stop by the Career Center to pick one up, or click here to begin virtually. Log in to Tribe Careers, then be sure to check "Punchcard Distributed." From here, you can track your progress. After six completed items, you will receive an "I Am Career Ready" sticker, and after 10 items, you will be entered into a raffle for career readiness swag (resume paper, padfolio, business card holder, etc.)!
College Access Fellowship Opportunities!
SAGA Fellows are full-time tutors working with students in some of the most disadvantaged school districts in the nation. In our 10-month program, SAGA Fellows help transform these students through daily, personalized tutoring in a program that is achieving extraordinary results. In Chicago, for example, SAGA students gained more than 2.5 years of growth in math in just one year of tutoring.
Fellows serve a year in a Chicago or New York City public school and spend the service year tutoring math, working with the same 14 students every day in groups of 1 tutor: 2 students. SAGA tutoring occurs as a stand-alone class period and is built into the regular school day as an elective course for credit.
Learn more and apply online today.
What It Is
- One year hands-on experience changing the life trajectory of underserved students
- Housing on the shore of Lake Champlain, 45 minutes from Burlington, VT
- Salary of $25,000
- Structured program for networking and leadership development
What You’ll Do
- Support CFES professionals in schools nationwide
- Work with CFES national office staff
- Coordinate events for students, educators, and college partners
- Help develop program resources, web content, and apps
- Create and manage social media campaigns
- Support expansion of CFES alumni network
Discover more about this opportunity and apply through TribeCareers.
Part-Time Residential Life Administrator Position
The New York University (NYU) Global Academic Center in Washington, DC is seeking a part-time Residential Life Administrator for the 2017-2018 academic year. The Residential Life Administrator (RLA) lives on a floor in an undergraduate academic center and serves as a role model, peer counselor, resource and referral person, advocate, policy enforcer, programmer and leader for a diverse group of U.S. and international students, including students from all three degree-granting campuses (NYU New York, NYU Abu Dhabi, and NYU Shanghai), first-year students in Liberal Studies program, and upperclassmen in the DC Global Leadership Scholars program.
- RLAs provide support in emergencies and times of personal stress, documenting and reporting incidents impacting the well-being of residential students.
- This is a part-time (approx. 25 hours per week), live-in position based in Washington, DC during the academic year (August - May).
- A staff member who is not on duty and who plans to leave the hall for more than a 24-hour period (i.e., weekend) must obtain prior permission from the Residential Life Coordinator.
For more information and to apply, visit the NYU Careers website.
Summer Teaching Assistant Opening
Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth
The core responsibilities of teaching assistants (TAs) are tutoring students, assisting with the paperwork of a class, teaching the class as requested by the instructor, supervising late afternoon or evening study sessions, assisting with administrative tasks such as word processing and photocopying, and generally helping to ensure that the class runs smoothly. Additionally, teaching assistants in science classes must assist with class demonstrations, prepare lab sessions, teach the lab sessions as requested, clean up after lab sessions, and complete an end-of-session inventory.
Terms of Employment
- First-year salary is $2,400 for two sessions
- Room and board are provided
- Employees pay their travel to and from domestic program locations
- Travel assistance is provided for international travel to sites outside of North America
For more information, write to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410-735-6185.
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