The Director of Special Education and Pupil Services at Two Rivers Public Schools is looking for psychology-student interns to work at multiple levels (elementary, middle, and high school). Responsibilities would include:
- Observations of students.
- Academic and behavioral data collection and data entry (such as curriculum-based measures like Aimsweb).
- Proctoring computer adaptive assessments.
- Other opportunities as related to School Psychology.
Interested students should contact Nick Westphal at email@example.com.
Dr. Martin is looking for a student to serve as an intern for his blog and podcast, All the Rage: Commentary and Resources on the Science of Anger and Violence (see here: http://blog.uwgb.edu/alltherage/).
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The Volunteer Center of Brown County is in need of volunteers for their Make A Difference Day kickoff event this Saturday, October 22nd! It seems we have more houses than people this year so we can really use the extra help.
This day involves helping out our senior citizens and/or community members who need a little extra help getting their yard ready for winter by raking leaves, cutting down plants, cleaning exterior windows, etc.
If you have a few hours to spare, please contact the Volunteer Center at
920-429-9445 to sign up and get more details on how you can help!
Let’s Get Together And Make A Difference!
We are looking for volunteers and Inters to work as Sexual Assault Advocates in Brown County. No experience is necessary; all advocates receive extensive training prior to working with victims of Sexual Violence. Advocates play an important role in victims’ healing process as they not only field incoming hotline calls through hotline, but also respond to hospitals or police stations to provide immediate support and information. Interns provide additional support and legal advocacy. They sign up for two shifts each month that work with their schedule and attend monthly meetings with other advocates, to maintain protocols and expand knowledge. Our next training starts November 2nd, so contact us soon for more details about this opportunity! To inquire, call our volunteer coordinator at 920-436-8899, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or apply online!
Interested in working with young children with Autism? Agnesian Beyond Boundaries of Autism is hiring reliable, motivated and energetic staff in Green Bay and the surrounding areas doing home therapy. Pay begins at $10/hr up to $11. (based on experience). Travel time is included. In addition, we have a $500 sign on bonus, exclusive to this area. Qualifications include high school diploma and must be 18 yrs of age. If interested please call Chelsea Schelk at 920-948-5729; email@example.com or Julie Schroeder at 920-979-3718; firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Martin is looking for a student to work on a special project, a virtual psychology museum, in Fall 2016. The virtual museum will include facts, photos, activities and games, videos, and more associated with all aspects of psychology. Continue reading
This summer, our Children’s Developmental Services has several openings for Summer Programs Assistants. These are unpaid internships but would be a great way for your students to gain experience and pad their resumes. The time commitments would be Continue reading
Dr. Martin is looking for a student to serve as assistant to the psychology chair in Fall 2016. Responsibilities will include: Continue reading
The Sexual Assault Center of Family Services is looking for short term volunteers to babysit for a small group of children at the Child Advocacy Center. We are in need to Continue reading
Make a BIG difference in LITTLE time by visiting a child once a week for one hour during a fun after-school program setting near UW-Green Bay campus.
The Wisconsin Early Autism Project (WEAP) is a child psychology clinic which provides in home treatment to children on the Autism spectrum using evidence based, Lovaas therapy .