Volunteer Opportunity with YWCA Women’s Closet

Established in 1993, the YWCA Women’s Closet provides work-appropriate clothing for low income women who are seeking employment, in a new job or going to school. Women may visit the Closet four times per year or when they are newly hired for a job. In addition to clothing, the Closet offers coats, shoes, accessories, jewelry and undergarments. The goal of the program is to prepare women for employment and boost their self-esteem by helping them “dress for success”. Volunteers and interns are needed. Hours vary. If interested in learning more please contact:

Tiffani Willie

Volunteer Coordinator

YWCA of Greater Green Bay

920-432-5581 ext 142

twille@ywcagreenbay.org

Volunteer opportunity for the Sexual Assault Center of Family Services Brown County

The Sexual Assault Center of Family Services Brown County is looking for volunteer advocates to work on an on-call basis. Volunteers are on-call approximately twice per month and are responsible for answering the hotline and responding to call-outs. You would be the initial contact with many of our clients, and then our staff and interns will continue the long-term follow up. No experience is necessary, and extensive training is provided.

For more information call 920-436-8890.

Internship in School Counseling Spring 2015

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.  Continue reading

CAREER OPPORTUNITY IN ALGOMA

AIDE WORKING WITH AT-RISK STUDENTS

Advocates for Healthy Transitional Living, LLC is seeking an aide to work on a full-time and part-time basis over a 10 month period and a possible opportunity for summer employment. Aides will provide instruction to at-risk students in reading, math, writing/grammar, social science and/or science. Aides with special education experience or experience with at-risk youth are preferred.

Aide will work with small groups of at-risk students within grades K-12. Instruction will be delivered during the regular school day. The subject areas and time of instruction will vary depending on the requirements of the school and the needs of the school population.

Interested applicants can send resume to:

Randall Gazdik

Education Program Director

Advocates for Healthy Transitional Living, LLC

-Partners in Community Intervention

gazdikrg@gmail.com

CAREER OPPORTUNITY IN ALGOMA

Teacher working with At-Risk Students

Advocates for Healthy Transitional Living, LLC is seeking certified teachers to work on a full-time and part-time basis over a 10 month period and a possible opportunity for summer employment. Certified teachers will provide instruction to at-risk students in reading, math, writing/grammar, social science and/or science. Teachers with special education experience are preferred.

Teachers will work with small groups of at-risk students within grades K-12. Instruction will be delivered during the regular school day. The subject areas and time of instruction will vary depending on the requirements of the school and the needs of the school population.

Interested applicants can send resume to:

Randall Gazdik

Education Program Director

Advocates for Healthy Transitional Living, LLC

-Partners in Community Intervention

gazdikrg@gmail.com

 

Volunteer Opportunity

Become a horseback therapy volunteer at Exceptional Equestrians in De Pere! Volunteer opportunities Monday through Friday. Daytimes and after school hours are available. Training is provided. If you are 14 or older and would like to help kids with disabilities, visit exceptionalequestrians.org for more information and to apply.

Green Corps Training and Job Opportunities

Green Corps is looking for college graduates who are ready to take on the biggest environmental challenges of our day. In Green Corps’ yearlong paid program, you’ll get intensive training in the skills you need to make a difference in the world. You’ll  get hands on experience fighting to solve urgent environmental problems. In your year with Green Corps you will be trained by the best, gain experience around the country, make an impact on today’s environmental challenges, Get paid and launch your career! Early Fall Application Deadline: October 10, 2014. For more information visit:

http://www.greencorps.org/findoutmore.

 

Child care/Caregiver

$9.00/hour – time and a half for hours over 40/week.

Job Description        Childcare for my 10 year old autistic son at my home in Dyckesville. I am an accountant working in Green Bay and my work hours vary that I require childcare for my son. Hours during the school year would generally be from 4:00 pm until I am home from work. Generally that is around 6:30 or 7:00pm except during tax season and deadlines when I typically work until 9:00 or 10:00pm.  I also work the majority of the day on Saturday during tax season and would require you to work. The required Saturdays would be from January 15th until April 15th. The remainder of the year there would be few required Saturdays, but some optional Saturdays and later evenings to allow me some free time.  Summer hours would generally be from 8:00am – 6:00pm.  My son is in an autism program throughout the year. During the summer he is typically working with a therapist 5 hours a day and during the school year he is typically with the therapist from the time he gets home until he goes to bed and 3 hours on Saturday. While he is working with the therapist you are required to be in the home, but this would be paid free time in which you could study.  Job responsibilities would be making meals, personal care for my son, cleaning up after meals, picking up after my son and interaction and play to supplement the autism therapy.   He is also in various activities during the summer in Green Bay and you would be required to transport him to Green Bay to the activity. Mileage will be reimbursed when transporting my son as well as paid for the transport and wait time. My current childcare provider attends UWGB, but her school schedule doesn’t allow her to continue to work after September 19, 2014 when school starts in the fall, so the position is available beginning September 22nd.  Ideally I would like the person to overlap my current childcare provider for a day or two before being on their own.

Qualifications        Ideal candidate would be a Freshman Sophmore or Junior majoring in education or psychology. Own transportation is required.

Application Instructions     Mail or e-mail me a resume or letter indicating your interest, qualifications, certifications, and contact information. I will follow up to schedule an interview. bjsbms@centurytel.net or 6191 Baywood Cir Luxemburg, WI 54219

Contact Name        Brian Strnad

Address        6191 Baywood Circle

Luxemburg, WI 54217

Phone        920-619-2827

Email        bjsbms@centurytel.net

 

NEW Medical Scribe Positions Available in Marinette and Green Bay, WI

Elite Medical Scribes are looking to hire pre-health professional students and recent graduates to fill Medical Scribe positions. Being a Medical Scribe is one of the best ways to gain experience in the medical field. There are currently 3 part time medical scribe positions available in Marinette, WI and Green Bay, WI.

Medical scribes work on-on-one with physicians This gets them in “the front lines” of medicine and helps them learn a vast amount of medical terminology. They are also able to build personal relationships with the physicians, which allows for great letters of recommendation. Please contact Jessica Anghelescu, Recruitment Coordinator, Elite Medical Scribes, LLC  at ph# 612-564-0367 EXT 716 and/or Jessica@elitemedicalscribes.com for more information.

Student Interns needed for Mind Movers Program

Student interns are needed for the Mind Movers program at N.E.W. Restorative Care. Student Interns would be involved in facilitating various activities such as art and other creativity programs for individuals with dementia who attend the N.E.W. Restorative Center’s Adult Day Care. Please contact Dr. VonDras (vondrasd@uwgb.edu) for more information.

PAID Internship – Fall 2014

During fall 2014, Dr. Jenell Holstead seeks ten Interns to work with the after school programs in the Green Bay Public School district. Students who successfully complete this is internship will be provided a stipend of $300 from the Green Bay Area Public School District at the end of the semester for their work on a semester-long project. Continue reading

Hiring students for summer jobs

Impact issues that matter this summer with the Fund!

 

The Fund for the Public Interest is a national non-profit organization that works to build support for progressive organizations across the country. We run campaigns for the Human Rights Campaign, USPIRG, and Environment America. This summer we will have offices in over 40 cities, working and lobbying to help win environmental and social justice campaigns. Our office in Wisconsin is located in downtown Madison and will be running campaigns to protect Wisconsin’s lakes from factory farm runoff as well as to fight the overuse of antibiotics on factory farms.

 

Last summer our staff helped stop toxic gas drilling, worked to end subsidies for junk food, and built support for equal rights for all Americans – all while building valuable leadership skills. Currently, we have paid positions open on our campaign staff in each of our locations, including here in Madison. We require that interested candidates are hard workers and have excellent communication skills.

 

As a member of our staff, you will fundraise, build membership for our partner groups, and educate and activate citizens on pressing issues. You will also have the opportunity to organize press conferences and build coalitions with other non-profit organizations, businesses, and community leaders. While on staff, you gain knowledge of pressing concerns our country is facing, learn how to effectively generate public support, and obtain a firm understanding of the political process.

 

To apply, visit http://www.fundforthepublicinterest.org/page/fpi/apply-now-madison or call our local office at 608-251-5354.