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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Literacy Green Bay is seeking responsible and dependable college students to assist with our Family Literacy Program. Your main responsibility will be working with children (infancy to 5th grade) while their parents take evening classes at the family literacy program at YWCA (downtown location). The time commitment would be 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.
Fox Valley Autism Treatment Program has immediate openings for line therapists in the Green Bay Area. NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED! The following requirements are needed:
- 18 years or older
- High school diploma
- Available to work at least 2 evening shifts (3:30pm-7pm) per week
- Available to stay with the company for at least 1 year
- Valid drivers license
- Car insurance
If you’re looking for a rewarding, flexible job opportunity helping children with Autism email Dani Dahne at firstname.lastname@example.org
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 email@example.com, or apply online!
Kate Burns is looking for 2 students to serve as interns for the Hum Dev chair for the Spring 2017 semester. Interns would complete a variety of tasks relating to Human Development, including brainstorming ideas, creating stories for Facebook, organizing events (such as Career Week: job fair, alumni panel, grad school panel), and increasing engagement within the Hum Dev major. Applicants must be Human Development majors. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested or if you have any questions.
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
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
The Pride Center is seeking two more interns for fall 2016. Applicants must have a 3.0 or more GPA, and must be supportive of LGBTQ+ individuals and their allies. Typically interns work 10 hours per week, but this depends on the criteria of the department for their academic degree. This is not a paid internship, but credit is earned.
Application forms can be picked up from the Pride Center or from the AIC reception desk. All prospective applicants will need to complete an application form and complete an interview with the Coordinator of Inclusive Excellence and the Pride Center. Please contact Stacie Christian at email@example.com for more information if interested.
The Crisis Center program is growing! Join our team! The Crisis Center of Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin is seeking multiple full-time mobile crisis counselors for our Brown County Team. Team members work a 2-2-3 rotation, enjoying every other three day weekend off! New members are needed for our overnight team. Compensation includes full benefits and overnight shift differential pay.
Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree within human services is required. Full-time staff with Masters degrees are provided the opportunity to earn their 3,000 hours. Necessary skills include strong self-initiative, professionalism, and organization. Experience within community services is desired. Extensive training provided to new hires. Must have a valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle.
Family Services offers an excellent salary and benefit package including: Medical, Dental, Vacation, PTO, Retirement Plan with company contribution and match, Flexible Spending, Short-Term Disability, Long-Term Disability, and Clinical Supervision Continue reading
Phuture Phoenix is accepting applications for an exciting, rewarding internship involving local underrepresented and disadvantaged youth and the UWGB campus. This internship is an excellent opportunity to see how the planning and operations of a large-scale educational program work and to learn more about encouraging area youth to consider post-secondary education. The main experience for the fall will relate to the fifth grade campus visit in October. You are offered a behind-the-scenes experience in planning a large scale event and you will work closely with the Phuture Phoenix staff in preparing for the two day event. Phuture Phoenix is a donor funded program with a small staff so your experience will give you an idea of the way a small non-profit works in the community. Continue reading
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
The Wisconsin Early Autism Project is a child psychology clinic which provides in home treatment to children on the Autism spectrum using evidence-based Lovaas therapy. Continue reading
Agnesian Beyond Boundries of Autism (AABA) is looking for adults of all skill levels to join our in-home team of professionals working with individuals facing autism spectrum disorders utilizing applied behavior analysis. Continue reading
As a center for community-based strategies, Brown County United Way engages our community and strengthens local nonprofits to achieve measureable results and change lives. We have a responsibility to assist people in immediate need while contributing to preventative efforts that reduce the demand for long-term support. To that end, we leverage our fundraising efforts, all of our organizational resources and our deep local partnerships to help bring together the community around targeted solutions. 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.