UWGB Summer Camps Counselor

The Division of Continuing Education and Community Enggement is looking for some individuals who might be willing to help out and serve as a Camp Counselor for one or more weeks this summer.  This opportunity is fantastic for anyone who is looking for summer employment and who wants to be a big part of making a great experience for kids.

Below is some brief information on the position. More information and a job application can be found here: www.uwgb.edu/camps/general/jobs.asp.

Counselor Requirements:

CPR/First Aid Certified (We will certify you if you aren’t already certified)

Attend Training (currently scheduled for the evening of June 8th and the day of June 9th – we will work with you to make sure we get you trained and you don’t have to take additional vacation days)

Schedule:

  • Camps start June 11th and run through August 4th.
    • Peak weeks are June 18 – June 22, July 9 – July 13, and July 16 – July 20.
  • Can work as little as one week or as many as all 9 weeks.

Hours: 4:30 p.m. – 8:30 a.m.

Job Description: You would be responsible for overseeing the activities below and being a great role model for our Middle Schoolers/High Schoolers 4:30 – 5:30 – Dinner 5:30 – 6:00 – Leave for Activity

6:00 – 9:00 – Activity (Bowling, Mall, Bay Beach, Camp Dance)

9:30 – Back on Campus

10:30 – Room Check

11:00 – Lights Out

School Counseling Internship Fall 2017 DEADLINE EXTENDED 1 week!

Foxview Intermediate School in East DePere is seeking responsible and dependable college students to assist with our Alternative Lunch/Recess Program.  Foxview is made up of 5th and 6th grade students.  The Alternative Lunch/Recess is a smaller setting for lunch and recess, allowing students to make more connections with peers, connect with adults, practice social skills, and feel included.  Students can play games, talk, or do homework.  The interns spend time talking with students, playing games with them, and supervising the group as a whole.  Continue reading

Summer Internship Opportunity: Prevention Internship Program for Tribal Organizations

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) is accepting applications for the 2017 Prevention Internship Program for Tribal Organizations.

The Prevention Internship Program, a component of SAMHSA/CSAP’s Prevention Fellowship Program, invites qualified individuals with strong interest in substance abuse prevention and behavioral health, for a 10-week paid internship in participating Tribes and Tribal Organizations throughout the United States. (Visit the application Web site at www.seiservices.com/SAMHSA/csap/preventionfellowship for a list of participating locations.)

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Summer Job Opportunity: Bay Cliff Health Camp

Bay Cliff Health Camp is hiring!

Bay Cliff Health Camp is a not-for-profit, year-round, residential facility that provides therapy and wellness programs for children and adults. While Bay Cliff s primary mission is to serve children with physical disabilities, numerous programs are conducted throughout the year serving both children and adults with a variety of disabilities and challenges. The goal is always to learn to live a fuller life.  Bay Cliff is a place where dreams come true!

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Health Care/Social Service Internship

Aseracare Hospice is seeking interns who are looking to learn more about the health care field, specifically end of life care. Aseracare works to support and comfort patients and families during the end stages of life. Students will learn and have hands on role working with the interdisciplinary hospice team, and will be able to work on both administrative and patient focused tasks. The intern will gain visibility into the inner workings and aspects of the medical relations field, provide concrete deliverables and learn from top to bottom.

When the internship is completed you will gain a vast array of recruiting and networking skills to use in any workforce. Students will learn how to communicate with patients who are terminally ill, will learn how to support families and patients towards the end of life, and will learn about different disciplines roles with the patient and family. This is a great opportunity for anyone planning on entering the heath care, social services, or who is interested in working with the elderly population.  Our ideal intern is creative, passionate about helping others, and eager to learn about end of life care.

 Requirements:

All volunteers and interns are asked to complete a background check, drug test, TB test, as well as are provided training via the Volunteer Coordinator.

If there has been an immediate death in your family, we ask that you wait 13 months before volunteering or interning with us.  

Interested students can contact the Volunteer Coordinator Emily Umbreit at emily.umbreit@aseracare.com or 920-497-4672.

 

Internship Partnership/Make-A-Wish Wisconsin

The Volunteer Center Intern Partnership connects Human Development and Psychology students with community internships. The partnership with Make-A-Wish Wisconsin requires the following:

Prerequisites:

  • 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA or in the major GPA
  • Declared major in Human Development or Psychology
  • Junior or Senior standing
  •  Ability to meet 8-9 a.m. on 1/24, 2/7, 3/7, 4/4, and 5/2 (all of these dates are Tuesdays)

Components:

  • Monthly Meetings as a group with Dr. Burns and Dr. Martin
  • 100 hours on site (roughly 7 hours/week)
  •  Readings
  •  Weekly D2L Reflection and Discussion
  •  Final Reflection Paper

To apply, see attached questionnaire, send an email to the site stating your interest and copy Helene Rosner (rosnerh@uwgb.edu) on it.  This will alert us that you are interested in participating in the intern partnership.  Once you have secured the internship (you may need to interview with the site), send a group email stating where you will be interning to Dr. Burns (burnsk@uwgb.edu), Dr. Martin (martinr@uwgb.edu), Helene (rosnerh@uwgb.edu), and the Volunteer Center (americorps@volunteergb.org).  We will complete the paperwork for this internship on 1/24 at our first meeting.  This is how the internship will be entered onto your schedule on SIS. Continue reading

Internship Partnership/STS Foundation

The Volunteer Center Intern Partnership connects Human Development and Psychology students with community internships. The partnership with STS Foundation requires the following:

Prerequisites:

  • 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA or in the major GPA
  • Declared major in Human Development or Psychology
  • Junior or Senior standing
  • Ability to meet 8-9 a.m. on 1/24, 2/7, 3/7, 4/4, and 5/2 (all of these dates are Tuesdays)

Components:

  • Monthly Meetings as a group with Dr. Burns and Dr. Martin
  • 100 hours on site (roughly 7 hours/week)
  •  Readings
  •  Weekly D2L Reflection and Discussion
  •  Final Reflection Paper

To apply, see attached questionnaire, send an email to the site stating your interest and copy Helene Rosner (rosnerh@uwgb.edu) on it.  This will alert us that you are interested in participating in the intern partnership.  Once you have secured the internship (you may need to interview with the site), send a group email stating where you will be interning to Dr. Burns (burnsk@uwgb.edu), Dr. Martin (martinr@uwgb.edu), Helene (rosnerh@uwgb.edu), and the Volunteer Center (americorps@volunteergb.org).  We will complete the paperwork for this internship on 1/24 at our first meeting.  This is how the internship will be entered onto your schedule on SIS. Continue reading

Internship Partnership/Seymour Park Neighborhood Association

The Volunteer Center Intern Partnership connects Human Development and Psychology students with community internships. The partnership with Seymour Park Neighborhood Association requires the following:

Prerequisites:

  • 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA or in the major GPA
  • Declared major in Human Development or Psychology
  • Junior or Senior standing
  • Ability to meet 8-9 a.m. on 1/24, 2/7, 3/7, 4/4, and 5/2 (all of these dates are Tuesdays)

Components:

  • Monthly Meetings as a group with Dr. Burns and Dr. Martin
  • 100 hours on site (roughly 7 hours/week)
  • Readings
  • Weekly D2L Reflection and Discussion
  • Final Reflection Paper

To apply, see attached questionnaire, send an email to the site stating your interest and copy Helene Rosner (rosnerh@uwgb.edu) on it.  This will alert us that you are interested in participating in the intern partnership.  Once you have secured the internship (you may need to interview with the site), send a group email stating where you will be interning to Dr. Burns (burnsk@uwgb.edu), Dr. Martin (martinr@uwgb.edu), Helene (rosnerh@uwgb.edu), and the Volunteer Center (americorps@volunteergb.org).  We will complete the paperwork for this internship on 1/24 at our first meeting.  This is how the internship will be entered onto your schedule on SIS. Continue reading

Internship Partnership/NeighborWorks Green Bay

The Volunteer Center Intern Partnership connects Human Development and Psychology students with community internships. The partnership with NeighborWorks Green Bay requires the following:

Prerequisites:

  • 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA or in the major GPA
  • Declared major in Human Development or Psychology
  • Junior or Senior standing
  •  Ability to meet 8-9 a.m. on 1/24, 2/7, 3/7, 4/4, and 5/2 (all of these dates are Tuesdays)

Components:

  • Monthly Meetings as a group with Dr. Burns and Dr. Martin
  • 100 hours on site (roughly 7 hours/week)
  • Readings
  • Weekly D2L Reflection and Discussion
  • Final Reflection Paper

To apply, see attached questionnaire, send an email to the site stating your interest and copy Helene Rosner (rosnerh@uwgb.edu) on it.  This will alert us that you are interested in participating in the intern partnership.  Once you have secured the internship (you may need to interview with the site), send a group email stating where you will be interning to Dr. Burns (burnsk@uwgb.edu), Dr. Martin (martinr@uwgb.edu), Helene (rosnerh@uwgb.edu), and the Volunteer Center (americorps@volunteergb.org).  We will complete the paperwork for this internship on 1/24 at our first meeting.  This is how the internship will be entered onto your schedule on SIS. Continue reading

Internship Partnership/Curative Connections

The Volunteer Center Intern Partnership connects Human Development and Psychology students with community internships. The partnerships with Curative Connections requires the following:

Prerequisites:

  • 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA or in the major GPA
  • Declared major in Human Development or Psychology
  • Junior or Senior standing
  • Ability to meet 8-9 a.m. on 1/24, 2/7, 3/7, 4/4, and 5/2 (all of these dates are Tuesdays)

Components:

  • Monthly Meetings as a group with Dr. Burns and Dr. Martin
  • 100 hours on site (roughly 7 hours/week)
  •  Readings
  • Weekly D2L Reflection and Discussion
  • Final Reflection Paper

To apply, see attached questionnaire, send an email to the site stating your interest and copy Helene Rosner (rosnerh@uwgb.edu) on it.  This will alert us that you are interested in participating in the intern partnership.  Once you have secured the internship (you may need to interview with the site), send a group email stating where you will be interning to Dr. Burns (burnsk@uwgb.edu), Dr. Martin (martinr@uwgb.edu), Helene (rosnerh@uwgb.edu), and the Volunteer Center (americorps@volunteergb.org).  We will complete the paperwork for this internship on 1/24 at our first meeting.  This is how the internship will be entered onto your schedule on SIS. Continue reading

Internship Partnership/The Gathering Place

The Volunteer Center Intern Partnership connects Human Development and Psychology students with community internships. The partnership with The Gathering Place requires the following:

Prerequisites:

  • 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA or in the major GPA
  •  Declared major in Human Development or Psychology
  • Junior or Senior standing
  • Ability to meet 8-9 a.m. on 1/24, 2/7, 3/7, 4/4, and 5/2 (all of these dates are Tuesdays)

Components:

  • Monthly Meetings as a group with Dr. Burns and Dr. Martin
  • 100 hours on site (roughly 7 hours/week)
  • Readings
  • Weekly D2L Reflection and Discussion
  • Final Reflection Paper

To apply, see attached questionnaire, send an email to the site stating your interest and copy Helene Rosner (rosnerh@uwgb.edu) on it.  This will alert us that you are interested in participating in the intern partnership.  Once you have secured the internship (you may need to interview with the site), send a group email stating where you will be interning to Dr. Burns (burnsk@uwgb.edu), Dr. Martin (martinr@uwgb.edu), Helene (rosnerh@uwgb.edu), and the Volunteer Center (americorps@volunteergb.org).  We will complete the paperwork for this internship on 1/24 at our first meeting.  This is how the internship will be entered onto your schedule on SIS. Continue reading

Internship Partnership/New Community Shelter

The Volunteer Center Intern Partnership connects Human Development and Psychology students with community internships. The partnership with New Community Shelter requires the following:

Prerequisites:

  • 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA or in the major GPA
  • Declared major in Human Development or Psychology
  • Junior or Senior standing
  • Ability to meet 8-9 a.m. on 1/24, 2/7, 3/7, 4/4, and 5/2 (all of these dates are Tuesdays)

Components:

  • Monthly Meetings as a group with Dr. Burns and Dr. Martin
  • 100 hours on site (roughly 7 hours/week)
  • Readings
  • Weekly D2L Reflection and Discussion
  • Final Reflection Paper

To apply, see attached questionnaire, send an email to the site stating your interest and copy Helene Rosner (rosnerh@uwgb.edu) on it.  This will alert us that you are interested in participating in the intern partnership.  Once you have secured the internship (you may need to interview with the site), send a group email stating where you will be interning to Dr. Burns (burnsk@uwgb.edu), Dr. Martin (martinr@uwgb.edu), Helene (rosnerh@uwgb.edu), and the Volunteer Center (americorps@volunteergb.org).  We will complete the paperwork for this internship on 1/24 at our first meeting.  This is how the internship will be entered onto your schedule on SIS. Continue reading

Internship Partnership/March of Dimes

The Volunteer Center Intern Partnership connects Human Development and Psychology students with community internships. The partnership with March of Dimes requires the following:

Prerequisites:

  • 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA or in the major GPA
  • Declared major in Human Development or Psychology
  • Junior or Senior standing
  •  Ability to meet 8-9 a.m. on 1/24, 2/7, 3/7, 4/4, and 5/2 (all of these dates are Tuesdays)

Components:

  •  Monthly Meetings as a group with Dr. Burns and Dr. Martin
  • 100 hours on site (roughly 7 hours/week)
  • Readings
  • Weekly D2L Reflection and Discussion
  • Final Reflection Paper

To apply, see attached questionnaire, send an email to the site stating your interest and copy Helene Rosner (rosnerh@uwgb.edu) on it.  This will alert us that you are interested in participating in the intern partnership.  Once you have secured the internship (you may need to interview with the site), send a group email stating where you will be interning to Dr. Burns (burnsk@uwgb.edu), Dr. Martin (martinr@uwgb.edu), Helene (rosnerh@uwgb.edu), and the Volunteer Center (americorps@volunteergb.org).  We will complete the paperwork for this internship on 1/24 at our first meeting.  This is how the internship will be entered onto your schedule on SIS. Continue reading