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Based at the Center for Community Partnerships, the Civic Engagement Fellow will work closely with staff and offices across campus, including the Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life and the Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship, to engage students and support faculty in civic engagement endeavors.

This is the first year of this one-year graduate fellowship to provide support for civic engagement activities on Wesleyan’s campus. The position starts in July (exact date is flexible) and runs for 12 months.  Applicants must be a graduate of Wesleyan University. There is a stipend provided, (exact amount to be set, this year it would have been $24,000) and health coverage provided.  Interested applicants should fill out the application by April 10th at 5pm.

All details and application: http://www.wesleyan.edu/ccp/fellowship.html

The Fund for the Public Interest is a national non-profit organization that works to build support for progressive organizations across the country.  It runs campaigns for the Human Rights Campaign, USPIRG, and Environment America.  This summer the Fund for the Public Interest will be in over 50 cities, working and lobbying to help win environmental and social justice campaigns.

Last summer the Fund’s staff helped ban off-shore drilling to protect our coasts, repeal Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, and increase food safety standards to make school lunches safer- all while building valuable leadership skills.

Currently, the Fund has paid positions open on its campaign staff in each of its locations. Interested candidates are required to be hard workers who have excellent communication skills.

As a member of the staff, you will fundraise, build membership for 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.  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.

The Fund for the Public Interest will be holding information sessions and interviews at Wesleyan on April 3 and 4.

To apply, please visit www.jobsforgoodcauses.org or call 1 800-75-EARTH (753-2784).

This job opening was sent to us by Wes 2009 alum Timothy DeVane.

Bitly is looking for a Sales Research Associate to help expand our enterprise business to new verticals and larger clients.

The position will revolve primarily around generating and enhancing the leads, clients, business relationships for Bitly’s enterprise product.   No engineering background and no prior experience with technology are required.

Tim writes that they are looking  for young eager, very interested in tech/start-ups/entrepreneurship.   This is an awesome opportunity for a December completion trying to find a way to prove themselves and break into the scene.

The link to the posting is here: http://bit.ly/smveoX

Tim would be happy to meet with interested applicants.

For more information, contact Vicky Zwelling in the Career Center at vzwelling@wesleyan.edu.

UCAB Now Hiring

The Usdan University Center Activities Board (UCAB) is now hiring! UCAB is looking for 4-5 students who are not only excited and passionate about new opportunities in the Wesleyan community, but also about program planning, teamwork, and leadership development. Applicants should be creative, organized, motivated, dependable and enthusiastic. Due to the nature of the position, applicants should be free to work Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, attend weekly meeting with the board and have FUN! Visit http://www.wesleyan.edu/stuact/ucab for a detailed job description and application. Contact Veronica Young, Graduate Intern of Student Activities, for more information.

If getting paid to write about your life and experience at Wesleyan sounds good, then we’ve got the job for you!

The Office of Admission is looking for more students to blog at http://voices.blogs.wesleyan.edu.  This is a great way to represent your Wesleyan experience to prospective students all over the world.  All current Wesleyan students from all class years are welcome to apply, although preference will be given to members of the classes of 2013 and 2014.  Our bloggers must:

  • Want to blog and be good at it!
  • Update their blogs at least once a week and respond to comments.
  • Possess good judgment, writing skills, and the willingness to engage that is required to connect with prospective Wesleyan students and others.
  • Be comfortable with, or willing to learn, simple HTML text formatting and including multimedia like videos and images into your posts to make them interesting.

Please Wesleyan admission blog application how to apply.  Applications are due no later than Friday, September 23 at 12pm.  Please e-mail Tara Lindros, Associate Dean of Admission at tlindros@wesleyan.edu with any questions, and with your completed application.

Reunion & Commencement 2011 is fast approaching (May 19-22), and you know what that means — we need student workers!  This is your last chance to work for Reunion & Commencement and is also a great opportunity to see what it is you’ll be doing next year. Work for University Relations, and aside from getting paid, you’ll also receive housing, have the unique opportunity to help out with Wesleyan’s biggest event, make lasting connections with alumni, and get the chance to say a final farewell to your graduating friends.  Potential jobs include working at the Registration site, hanging out with kids at Camp Cardinal, and, if you’re over 21, driving the shuttle vans.  The Office of University Relations is now accepting applications.

Applications will be accepted until this Friday, April 8 at 5:00 PM. We will notify you of your employment status no later than Wednesday, April 13.

There will be a mandatory student worker meeting on May 17 in Exley Science Center 150, at 5:30 PM.  We will provide your schedule for the weekend at that time, among other things.

If you are employed for Reunion and Commencement, University Relations will provide board until housing closes on May 23.

Please apply at http://www.wesleyan.edu/rc/2011/students/apply.html

If you have any questions, please contact us at interns@wesleyan.edu or 860-685-2802.

Thanks for your interest!

Aubrey Courville ’13 and James Gardner ’13
Interns, Office of Alumni and Parent Relations

Looking for a Summer Job? Interested in becoming a Summer CA/RA?

The Office of Residential Life now accepting applications for the Summer CA/RA positions. Apply by clicking the following link: http://ow.ly/4rgdp

Applications are DUE Friday, April 8th by 4pm!!

APPLY TODAY!!

Applications for the Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) Intern for the 2011-2012 academic year are now being accepted.  The SART intern will provide trained peer support to help students navigate on- and off-campus resources and judicial processes.  The intern will also serve as a liaison between the Davison Health Center, the Office of Behavioral Health for Students, WesWell, Student Activities, SART, the Administration, WSA, and other student and campus groups engaged in sexual assault prevention and response initiatives.  More information can be found through the following links:

Applications must be submitted to Dr. Davis Smith (pdsmith@weselyan.edu) at the Davison Health Center by 5:00 p.m., Friday, April 15.  If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Smith or Eliza Gordon ’11 (ejgordon@wesleyan.edu), the current SART intern.

 

The Deans’ Office is looking for talented and motivated students to become SARN Peer Advisors for the 2011-2010 academic year. SARN Peer Advisors are juniors and seniors who work throughout the academic year to support Wesleyan’s faculty advising program, enhance student access to academic resources through the Student Academic Resource Network (SARN), and give individual peer advice and facilitate workshops on public speaking, time management and academic skills strategies. A job description and application can be found at www.wesleyan.edu/deans/peeradvising/.

Applications, which include a faculty reference form, are due Monday, March 28, 2011 at 5:00 p.m. Questions should be directed to the Associate Dean for Student Academic Resources, Sarah E. Lazare (x2332, slazare@wesleyan.edu).

The Orientation Program is now accepting applications for 30 Orientation Leaders for the Class of 2015, and new transfer, exchange and visiting students. Orientation Leaders (OLs) will work for both International Student Orientation (ISO) and New Student Orientation (NSO).

Orientation Leaders work with Resident Advisors to mentor and guide students during both ISO and NSO. Orientation Leaders also help manage events, including welcoming international students at airports, working at residence hall arrival sites, informational forums and social events. Students from the class of ’12, ’13 & ’14 are eligible to apply. Successful candidates must be reliable, enthusiastic, and compassionate with good verbal communication skills, a positive attitude about campus life, culturally sensitive and experience working with diverse student populations.

Applications: To apply, go to the orientation website, www.wesleyan.edu/orientation

Application Deadline: Applications are due by March 23, 2011 by 5:00pm

Questions? Please contact:

Timothy Shiner
Director, New Student Orientation
tshiner@wesleyan.edu
860.685.2467

The Admission Office is beginning the hiring process for 2011-2012 Senior Interviewer position.  As many of you are aware, this position has direct impact on leaving your legacy at Wesleyan and shaping who will be in the freshman class. A brief job description includes:

  • Interview prospective students in the Summer and/or Fall
  • Co-lead information sessions with Admission Deans to prospective students and families
  • Availability during WesFest and other special events in Fall and Spring
  • Other office tasks as needed such as data entry and answering phone calls/emails

Two open information sessions are being offered on Wednesday, February 16 at 12 noon and Thursday, February 17 at 12 noon, where the details of the position will be reviewed. Current Senior Interviewers will also be there to answer your questions.  Both meetings will be held in the McKelvey Room of the Admission Office.

To apply, download a copy of the Senior Interviewer application form and submit it to Jami Silver in the Office of Admission by Monday, March 7 at 5pm.  (If you are currently on study abroad, the application deadline is Monday, August 15 at 5pm EST.)  If you are unable to attend the information sessions, you are encouraged to contact Jami Silver, Associate Dean of Admissions at jsilver01@wesleyan.edu, or with any of the current Senior Interviewers, whose contact information is available at http://www.wesleyan.edu/admission/ask_a_question/seniors/index.html

Select applicants will be invited to participate in the first round of group interviews during the lunch hours of the week of March 28 – April 1, and will be notified of the final decision concerning their applications by email on Monday, March 21st.  For more information, please contact

Jami Silver
Associate Dean of Admission
jsilver01@wesleyan.edu

Want to be part of a dynamic staff team?  Want to develop great leadership skills? Want to help your peers and shape the residential experience?  Consider becoming a resident advisor (RA) or community advisor (CA).   Learn more at an information session this week:

  • Monday, January 31, 2011: 8:00-9:00 P.M. in Nicolson Lounge
  • Tuesday, February 1, 2011: 8:00-9:00 P.M. in Butt A Lounge
  • Wednesday, February 2, 2011 8:00 – 9:00 P.M. in Fauver Apt Lounge (CA applicants ONLY)
  • Thursday, February 3, 2011 12:00-1:00 PM in Usdan 108

You can also check out the website for more information at http://www.wesleyan.edu/reslife/student_staff/selection/welcome1.htm .  The deadline for all applications is Monday, February 7th at 4:00 PM.

Job Title: Student Project Assistant
Employer:
College of the Environment/Center for the Arts

Qualifications/Description:
The College of the Environment seeks a student to assist with administrative and research tasks related to the summer 2011 course The Deepwater Horizon Tragedy: A Scientific and Artistic Inquiry. The course will use the recent Deepwater Horizion oil spill in the Gulf Coast to explore artistic and scientic perspectives. The course will be co-taught by Barry Chernoff, director of the College of the Environment and Leigh Fondakowski, head writer of THE LARAMIE PROJECT. Learn more about the course at https://iasext.wesleyan.edu/regprod/!wesmaps_page.html?crse=013154&term=1116

The project assistant will support the faculty with various preparations for the course, attend all class sessions and travel with the class to the Gulf Coast for a 10-day trip. The course runs from May 31 to July 1, 2011. Travel, lodging and meals will be provided by the course for the trip to the Gulf Coast.

Candidate must have proven administrative skills, excellent writing and research skills and have an ability to work in a fast paced environment with a variety of people. Must be resourceful and detail-oriented. Proficient in Microsoft Office programs.

Start Date: May 1, 2011
End Date:
July 7, 2011
Stipend: $3,900

Contact:
Send resume and cover letter by email to Erinn Roos-Brown, program manager at the Center for the Arts at eroosbrown@welseyan.edu or call 860-685-5925.

Have you thought about sharing your love for Wesleyan with prospective students?

Did you have a great Wesleyan tour guide?

Do you see tours around campus and wish that you were the one leading them?

The Office of Admission is hiring tour guides for the Spring 2011! Admission Tour Guides represent Wesleyan to prospective students and their families as they decide where they will apply and where to attend college. Do you remember your Wesleyan tour guide? Often, a tour guide is the first, and sometimes only, student these families will meet and are critical in forming their impressions of campus and Wesleyan students.

Applications are due on Monday, November 15 by 5pm, but you can definitely submit them earlier (and it would be appreciated!). If you are interested in applying, please go here: https://sites.google.com/site/cardinalkey/application. The application can be downloaded (at the bottom of the page) and completed. Once you complete the application, you can return a hard copy to the Office of Admission front desk, or e-mail it to Associate Dean of Admission Tara Lindros at tlindros@wesleyan.edu.

The position begins at the start of the spring semester 2011and we conduct training just prior to the start of classes. You would need to be available to give approximately 1-2 tours a week (more can be made available if you’d like), and attend meetings (1-2 times per month) as scheduled. Work study and non-work study students are welcome to apply, although work study students will be given preference.  Also, we want tour guides to reflect Wesleyan students and the diversity of backgrounds, thoughts, and interests, and encourage all students to consider applying.  Strong preference will be given to members of the classes of 2013 and 2014.

If you have any questions, please contact Tara at tlindros@wesleyan.edu.  We look forward to reading your applications!

Enjoy the unique opportunity of living with and programming for upperclassmen as a Community Advisor (CA). CAs are responsible for programming in the Wood frames, Hi or Lo Rise, Senior Fauver, or other apartments. Like a Resident Advisor, the CAs plan fun and/or educational programs to benefit their assigned area. Working with extensive ResLife support, CAs have a great opportunity to create unique programs and play a key role in community development. The position helps develop many essential life skills while providing the chance to work with similarly motivated and interesting people. Help develop marketable skills while also helping your classmates!

Preference given to the members of the junior and senior class.

More information can be found here: http://www.wesleyan.edu/reslife/student_staff/selection/process_CA_spring_2011.htm

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