Work Schedule: Part-time, Unpaid 15-25 hours/week (flexible)
The Women’s Empowerment Center Intern is responsible primarily for assisting in the operation of the Women’s Career Closet. This position involves working with volunteers and women from various socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds, and includes: coordinating clothing intake, storage, and display, scheduling volunteers, overseeing the guest intake interview process, assisting guests to the Closet during the check-in, selection, and check-out processes, ensuring that proper procedures are followed, and working to provide a warm, safe, and welcoming atmosphere.
Ensure the Women’s Career Closet is prepared for guests to shop during regularly scheduled hours: Tuesdays (1 – 4 pm), Wednesdays (2 – 5 pm), and Thursdays (3 – 6 pm)
Coordinate the intake interview process for first-time guests to the Women’s Career Closet
Assist with scheduling and training of Women’s Career Closet volunteer team members
Demonstrate appreciation for volunteers and Closet donors by writing thank you letters
Follow process regarding re-donation of clothing that doesn’t meet Closet guidelines
Coordinate guest follow-up contact regarding other Empowerment Center services offered
Collect and report monthly Women’s Career Closet demographics for YWCA Board reports
Provide support for other Women’s Empowerment Center programs as needed
Optional: Promote the Women’s Career Closet and clothing drives by creating relationships and connections in the community where possible; coordinate clothing drives if needed
Optional: Travel to local businesses to provide workshops on dressing for success
Excellent people skills, communication skills, and service orientation
Strong organizational and supervisory skills
Willingness to work with people from various socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds
Ability to stand for long periods of time, bend, and lift
Self-motivated and demonstrate the gifts of encouragement, patience, and service
Studying social services, psychology, human development, business, or related field
How to Apply
Please submit a cover letter and resume to Joan Johnson, Women’s Empowerment Director
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At PhysAssist Scribes we hire and train medical scribes to work alongside physicians and other healthcare providers in Emergency Departments across the country. This unique opportunity gives you a chance to be part of a patient treatment team before you enter the healthcare world as a medical professional! We are currently hiring recent graduates and current students for part time and full time medical scribes on our teams in Green Bay at Aurora BayCare Medical Center.
Scribes provide real-time charting for physicians by shadowing them throughout their shifts. As a scribe you will:
·Work side by side with physicians as they see patients
·Document the patient history and chief complaint
·Document the physical exam and procedures
·Record x-ray, lab, and diagnostic test results
·Prepare plans for follow-up care
If you are interested in a future working in healthcare and need some experience in the field, apply now for the chance to work as a medical scribe and increase your clinical experience!
Still have questions? Email Katie Reynolds, the recruiter for IL, MN, NWI, and WI, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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 mid-September, 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!
Located near RedSmith School – family looking for a babysitter so we can go out to a movie and dinner. We have 2 boys age 4 and 3. Our long term babysitter just moved out of state (Not to get away from us :)) and she usually watched the boys once every three weeks on either a Friday or Saturday night (which ever worked best for her) and she was at our house from 5pm to 9pm. We will always have dinner prepared – all you need to do is play with the boys, open fruit snacks and popsicles and keep them from great bodily harm. This could end up being more than just once a month as both my husband and I are back in school part time. Thank you for your consideration! My boys are easy going and potty trained.
My name is Joy – 920-917-7349. Easiest to text me as I don’t usually answer phone calls from #s I’m not familiar with.
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; firstname.lastname@example.org or Julie Schroeder at 920-979-3718; email@example.com
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 firstname.lastname@example.org for more information if interested.
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). There are 2 classes. Morning classes are 9:00am-11:30am and evening classes are 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday (June 13th-August 17th). You can choose which time (morning or evening) works better for you.
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.
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