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Friday, April 24, 2015

USC Upward Bound Position


USC
Upward Bound
 

Hiring Instructors for Summer Residential Program

Program Dates: June 8-July 17, 2015

 

The Upward Bound Summer Residential program is an intense academic, social, and cultural experience for high school students from 5 LAUSD high schools. The purpose of the program is to assist first-generation, college-bound high school students to prepare to succeed in postsecondary education.

 

This summer, Upward Bound is looking to hire 5 instructors to provide instruction to program participants during the academic portion of the Summer Residential Program. Instructors must be able to teach at the high school/college preparatory level in one of the following areas: science, math, writing composition, or foreign language. Concentration in these areas will depend on the level of expertise of the instructor.

 

Job Description


       Develop course curriculum including student learning outcomes outlined in a syllabus

       Prepare engaging, fun, and informative lessons on the given subject (out of classroom learning experiences highly encouraged)

       Assess student knowledge via pre and post testing, quizzes, projects, etc.  

       Report student progress and behavior to UB staff including program director and program coordinators

       Attend weekly staff meetings

 

Qualifications


       Must have a bachelor’s degree, credential or master’s degree preferred but not necessary  

       Must have a valid driver's license

       Must enjoy working with high school-aged students

       Available to work Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 AM and 3:30 PM

 

Starting Rate: $25/hour

 

How to Apply:


Candidates should submit a resume and cover letter indicating subject of interest and summarizing qualifications to Monica Hernandez mvhernan@usc.edu.

Deadline: Friday, May 8th at 11:59 PM

 

 

USC Upward Bound Position


USC
Upward Bound

 

Hiring Senior Seminar Instructor for Summer Residential Program

Program Dates: June 8-July 17, 2015

 

The Upward Bound Summer Residential program is an intense academic, social, and cultural experience for high school students from 5 LAUSD high schools. The purpose of the program is to assist first-generation, college-bound high school students to prepare to succeed in postsecondary education. This summer, Upward Bound is looking to hire 1 instructor to teach a Senior Seminar course to the program’s rising seniors.

 

Job Description


       Prepare the program’s high school seniors for college readiness through creative and engaging lessons

       Impart financial aid knowledge including FAFSA, grants, and scholarships

       Prepare students for the college application process, discussing eligibility for UC, CSU, and private institutions

       Assist students in identifying 4 UCs, 4 CSUs, and 2 private institutions to which they qualify for and would like to apply to during their senior year

       Assist students with UC personal statements

       Impart knowledge regarding services and resources available to students at the postsecondary level

       Help students develop/hone skills necessary for college success such as study skills, self-advocacy, and time management

       Assess student knowledge via pre and post testing, quizzes, projects, etc. 

       Report student progress and behavior to UB staff including program director and program coordinators

       Attend weekly staff meetings

 

Qualifications


       Knowledge and/or professional experience in the college preparation process

       Must have experience working with high school students   

       Must have a bachelor’s degree  

       Must have a valid driver's license

       Must enjoy working with high school-aged students

       Available to work Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 AM and 3:30 PM

 

Starting Rate: $25/hour

How to Apply:

Submit a resume and cover letter to Monica Hernandez mvhernan@usc.edu.

Deadline: Friday, May 8th at 11:59 PM

Thursday, April 23, 2015

8th Annual Immigrant Youth Empowerment Conference

The IDEAS' 8th Annual Immigrant Youth Empowerment Conference (IYEC), on Saturday May 23rd, 2015. This year's theme is "Isang Bagsak: Cultivating Unity - Even the Greatest Creations Begin with Small IDEAS."
 
This free day-long event represents a day of community, and a day of learning. Last year, they had over 1200 attendees and they need your help to continue this legacy. Please forward the attached invitation letters (English, Spanish & Tagalog) to your families, colleagues, and peers.
 
If you are interested in presenting a workshop at the conference please follow this link: http://bit.ly/1yjlmwR
 
If you would like to volunteer on the day of the conference, please see the attached volunteer letter and follow this link: http://bit.ly/1axG691
 
If you would like to attend the conference please RSVP using this link: http://bit.ly/1GR1kcn
 
Don't forget to save the date and invite your friends and family!
 
Please email them at iyec.ab540project.ideas@gmail.com if you have any questions.
 
 

USC Roski Summer Student Affairs Assistant Position Available!

USC Roski Summer Student Affairs Assistant Position Available!
SALARY LEVEL
$10/hour
DESIRED START DATE
May 18 2015
 
 
 
 
 
DURATION
May - August 2015
APPROXIMATE HOURS PER WEEK
Up To 19 hours
 
DESCRIPTION
The Student Affairs Office of USC Roski School of Art and Design is seeking a friendly individual to serve as a customer service/administrative assistant for Summer 2015 (position would start May 18th and end in mid to late August). Duties include: assisting students, faculty, guests, and other walk-in traffic at reception desk, as well as answering phone and email inquiries. Other tasks involve filing, scanning, and photocopying. Additional projects will be assigned as needed and will require familiarity with Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint). The pay rate is $10/hour.

IMPORTANT: Summer Federal Work study award is REQUIRED as part of your financial aid package.

WORK SCHEDULE: Monday through Friday, 9:00 to 3:00pm. You should be available for at least 50% of these hours.
 
ALL USC UNDERGRAD AND/OR GRADUATE STUDENTS WHO ARE ELIGIBLE FOR SUMMER WORK STUDY ARE WELCOME TO APPLY.
TO SUBMIT AN APPLICATION: PLEASE EMAIL YOUR RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO NANCY TRINH: TRINHN@USC.EDU BY MONDAY APRIL 27TH.
 
Nancy Trinh, M.Ed.
Academic Advisor
USC Roski School of Art and Design

University of Southern California
Hazel & Stanley Hall (HSH-101)
851 Downey Way
Los Angeles, CA 90089-1055
Tel: 213.740.7567 Web: http://roski.usc.edu
 

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Housing Summer Intern 2015



Job Description Housing Internship

Position Title: Housing Summer Intern

Summary: The Housing Summer Intern is a ten-week, live-in position.  This person is responsible for managing front desk operations and the check in and check out of California State University, Channel Islands summer guest. Duties include scheduling the operation of the front desk, establishing positive customer service which enhances the experience of our guest.

The Housing and Residential Education Intern is expected to be involved in committee projects.  Possible areas of involvement include but are not limited to staff training, student leadership development, academic initiative, alcohol education, multicultural education, and orientation. 

Responsibilities include:

I. Administration

A.      Participate in village’s conference “on-call” duty rotation. This rotation will ensure that there is at least one staff member on duty in each building during evening, night, early morning, and weekend hours.
B.      Assist with the check in and check out of his/her assigned conference.
C.      Make sure guest keys and linen packets (if needed) are placed and ready for check in. 
D.      Provide a check out report 24 hours after the departure of the summer conference guest.
E.       Assist in the evacuation of the hall during emergencies.
F.       Maintain a minimum of 25 hours per week  (this is flexible depending on conference schedule) 
G.      Act as a liaison between guest in his/her conference and the University’s administration.
H.      Perform other duties as assigned.

II. Front Desk Operations

A.      Keep front office in a clean and orderly manner.
B.      Maintain files in front office. (I.e. refill needed paperwork, such as incident reports, program & registration evaluations, etc.)
C.      Train student desk assistants on proper desk operations. (I.e. answering the phone, checking out a key, logging maintenance requests, etc.)
D.      Perform other related duties as required or assigned. 

III. Student Conduct

A.      Adhere to and enforce all University policies and regulations.
B.      Assist students in maintaining an environment conducive to study.
C.      Assist the Assistant Resident Director in mediation of conflicts.
D.      Familiarize residents with departmental and university policies.
E.       Document violations of University and/or hall policies.

VII. Other duties (in conjunction with Assistant Resident Director)

A.      Create summer newsletter for Resident Assistant’s, RHA and Judicial Board members.
B.      Assist in the preparation of 2015-2016 Resident Assistant training and retreat.
C.      Assist in the preparation of the 2015-20016 Resident Hall Association and Judicial Board retreat.
D.      Meet with assigned members of the CSU Channel Islands staff to gain additional understanding of this institution

Remuneration:
Summer Housing Intern receives $250 per week disbursed in bi-monthly paychecks as well as $600 dolphin dollars (food stipend). As a condition of employment, position is required to reside in a private room (with a full kitchen and bathroom) provided by Housing and Residential Education. 

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Summer Teaching Opportunities

 
Summer Teaching Opportunity
 
Open Positions:
1. SAT test prep teachers
2. English teachers in elementary to high school level.
3. Math teachers in Algebra II, Geometry, Algebra I, Pre-algebra, and elementary math levels
4. AP Biology/ Chemistry/ Physics
5. Public speech teachers
 
As a leading educational institute in the San Gabriel Valley for 28 years, we are seeking innovative, dedicated and qualified teachers to join our faculty at the locations of Alhambra, Arcadia, Temple City and San Marino. 2 to 35 hrs per week are possibly available for strong candidates for the summer term. Hired teachers must sign a contract to commit to the summer positions from early June to August 2015. Possible long-term afternoon school teaching positions are also available for fall and spring semester. Starting salary is competitive with other companies. 
 
Position Requirements:
  • Applicant must be hard-working and enthusiastic teaching professional with excellent SAT/ PSAT test prep knowledge and sound understanding of the curriculum.
  •  A Bachelor’s Degree is necessary, Master Degree or above preferred. In-classroom SAT teaching experience is a plus! 
  • Summer semester program starts in June and ends in August 2015.Working hours are Mondays to Fridays. Morning and/ or afternoon classes with 3 to 4 hrs per shift are available. Teaching hours depend on subject proficiency and teaching experience. 
  • Applicants must be able to commit to the complete summer semester. 
  • Employees must have a reliable source of transportation.
  • Candidates must have competitive test scores (such as in SAT/ GRE/ GMAT) or a diagnostic test is required in interview.  
How to apply: 
1. Please send the resume, a cover letter, academic diploma copy, and official test report (GRE/ GMAT/ SAT) to hiring@aciprep.com for potential interview. 
2. Pleases suggest the availability during summer if in mornings or/and afternoons
3. If you would like to know more about us, please see our website at www.aciprep.com 
 

UCLA Associate Director of Academic and Research Programs Position

Associate Director of Academic and Research Programs, UCLA Academic Advancement Program (Academic Administrator)
 
Under the direction and supervision of the Director of Academic and Research Programs in the Academic Advancement Program (AAP) at UCLA, the Associate Director (payroll title of Academic Administrator) is responsible for coordinating the administrative and daily functions of direct student services offered in Graduate Mentoring and Research Programs (GMRP) and Peer Learning. The Associate Director is the primary manager and advisor of the Humanities and Social Science Peer Learning Lab, Graduate Mentoring, and the following GMRP cohort-based research programs: Arts Initiative, Community Development and Social Justice, Educators for Tomorrow and UndocuBruins Research Programs. The Associate Director also works with faculty and the Director to organize and execute events and programming that supports academic and research experiences for AAP students that facilitate collaborative learning, academic success, graduation, and preparation for graduate and professional school.  The Associate Director will also teach an undergraduate course during the summer for the AAP Freshman/Transfer Summer Program. Some grant writing and program assessment experience is preferred.

Position remains open until filled

This is a 100% time (full-time) position, with a projected July 1, 2015 start date.

 
A Ph.D. is required; Ph.D. in the Humanities or Social Sciences highly preferred.  Primary qualifications for the position include: demonstrated capacity for leadership, university experience working with AAP-type programs, strong administrative and excellent interpersonal skills, as well as counseling and teaching experience with economically or educationally disadvantaged populations at the university level. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.  Hiring salary range is $60,024 to $66,096/year.


By May 15, 2015, candidates are asked to send a letter addressing their qualifications for the position, a current CV, a teaching statement, and the names, addresses, email addresses and phone numbers of three references through the UCLA Academic Recruit portal https://recruit.apo.ucla.edu/apply/JPF01112  under job #JPF 01112.  Applications received after May 15, 2015, will be accepted but considered only if needed.

 
The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age or protected veteran status. For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see: UC Nondiscrimination and Affirmative Action Policy.