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February is Heart Month - we need your Help!
The Heart and Stroke Foundation is looking for student volunteers to canvass a section in their community during the month of February which is "Heart Month". Being a volunteer canvasser is an easy and flexible way to make a different in the fight against the leading cause of death in Newfoundland and Labrador. By opening doors in your neighbourhood during the coldest month of th eyear, you'll be warming the hearts of thousands affected by heart disease and stroke.
By volunteering as a canvasser in your community you can get the hours that you need in order to graduate and volunteer hours are also good on your resume or if you plan on attending post secondary school. The number of hours you canvass depend on you but if you could volunteer 2-3 hours of your time to open doors in your neighbourhood this February - it will have a huge impact on thousands of Canadians. As a canvasser for the Heart and Stroke Foundation you will go door-to door to: ask for funds to support life saving Heart and Stroke Foundation research; raise awareness by handing out Heart Month brochures;thank neighbours for supporting the Heart and Stroke Foundation
We need your support - because heart disease and stroke takes the lives of 1 in 3 people before their time.
If you are interested in volunteering some time during February -please email Michelle Antle - firstname.lastname@example.org
Seeking a mature, energetic ABA Therapist for our 5 year old son in Mount Moriah, Corner Brook.
Responsibilities include providing hands on skills development and behaviour intervention through educating an dplay.
The ABA Therapist will work in a private home as part of a therapy team under supervision and direction of our son's Senior Therapist.
Training is provided upon hire.
The position is for 15 hr/week. The pay scale is $14.05-$15.63/hr plus 4% vacation pay, based on education and experience.
Letter of conduct and CYFS check are required.
Please forward resume and references to the email provided. Also, include any questions you may have.
Much help wanted! Tutor wanted to help a level 2 student at Corner Brook High with Chemistry 2202. Tutor should be excited about Chemistry and able to create enthusiasm for struggling student. Student has poor foundation and is now intimidated in level 2. Tutor should be knowledgeable about the Chemistry 2202 curriculum. Contact Blanche Whelan at email@example.com.
Under the guidance of the Manager of Academic Advising you will collect, collate, and report data derived from phone surveys with undeclared students who are currently attending Grenfell Campus. In addition, you iwll provide undeclared students with information about the declaration process and you will redirect student inquiries. You will research the online resources and strategies that are employed by othe rpost-secondary institutions and report on your findings. Other related duties and some evening hours will be required.
The successful candidate will be mature, reliable, well organized and capable of work independently with minimal supervision. Excellent communication skills are important; as is attention to detail and basic familiarity with spreadsheet software.
Remuneration is $12.65 per hour. A letter of application and resume should be submitted to the front desk, Office of the Registrar, Grenfell Campus before 4:30 p.m., January 13, 2016. Alternatively, you may submit your documents to firstname.lastname@example.org
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The WestRock Communiyt Centre is looking for volunteers for its Laugh & Learn Literacy Program.
Location: 30 Crestview Avenue
Kindergarten to Grade 6
Monday to Friday 2:30 - 4:30 p.m.
Program Director, email@example.com, 709-634-4077, ext. 2
We require 3 to 4 artistic souls who are willing to volunteer as our face painters. Kids coming to the event love to get their faces painted and there's always a huge line up for it! This event will be takin gplace October 25, 2015 fdrom 1:30 - 3:30 p.m.
Are you a spirited soul? Do you enjoy theatricals and performing for kids? Then you cna be the perfect candidate to dress up as our Mascot.
Do you enjoy reading books to childreN/ We need two volunteers to participate in our award winning "Teddy Bear Clinic".
Teddy is feeling a little under the weather? Kids bring their favorite stuffed friend along to the Teddy Bear Clinic for an annual check-up by Western Regional School of Nursing students. Enjoying story times, snacks, face-painting, and lots of fun activities while their bears are taken care of. This year we are back with the more entertaining activities and this is your opportunity to be a part of the fun.
We are looking for a student photographer to cover our "I Love Grenfell events" This is a paid position and the photographer will be responsible to take pictures in all of our events. I Love Grenfell week of events is scheduled from October 23-28, 2015. If you are interested please contact Tahrin Maruf at firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking to boost your resume with essential volunteering experience in hosting and managing events? This can be a perfect match for you! I Love Grenfell events consist of numerous events ranging from concert, international lunch to various other exciting and diverse events. Volunteers are going to be a crucial part in planning and implementing all the events. I Love Grenfell week of events and is currently scheduled from October 23 to October 28, 2015. If you are interested please email Tahrin Maruf at email@example.com
If you're a student photographer looking to show off your talent and connect with potential customers, the Department of Marketing and Communications has an interesting opportunity for you. Grenfell Marcomm willhost an I Love Grenfell market. The market will feature established local businesses. MarComm is offering the opportunity for a student photographer to set up a booth (for free) at the market to offer patrons and students head shots, profile pictures, etc. for use on their business websites or social medial profiles. Feel free to brand the booth to makret your talents to patrons of the market. This event will be takin gplace during the i Love Grenfell week of events and is currently scheduled for Tuesday, October 17 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. in the Arts and Science Atrium. If you are interested please email Tahrin Maruf at firstname.lastname@example.org
Support in planning and promoting exchange student events (for exchange students attending Grenell Campus, and for Grenfell students looking to go on exchange), support in planning and promoting internationalization events and efforts, liaison work with inbound and outbound exchange students as necessary, as well as any other related duties.
Qualifications/skills: student must be in thier second year of study or higher, student must be trustworthy, independent, outgoing, enthusiastic, driven. Must be able to work with minimal supervision. Ideal candidate will have international experience, and/or have worked with international students in the past. Additional assets include: comfort with public speaking, professional demeanor. The ability to work on evenings and weekends is an important asset.
Deadline for applications: September 29, 2015
Circulation and periodicals desk coverage; charging and discharging library materials, shelving and shelf-reading library materials, filing and microfilm copying, maintaining PINTEREST new book lists, statstics, assisting with library displays, library customer service.
Qualifications/skills: University student
Timesheets, database tracking, cash handling, filing, data entry.
Qualifications/skills: Business skills, year of study not required.
Hanling front counter, telephone inquiries, assisting prospective students and current students with registration problems; completing various student form,s providing confirmation of enrolment letters, compiling and sending information to students, assisting academic advisors, general daily office work.
Qualifications/skills: minim 30 credit hours, strong interpersonal skills, computer skills, well organized
Assist with exhibition installations and strikes and work with gallery outreach programs for youth and adults; collection management, assist with daily gallery operations.
Qualifications/Skills: familiarity with handling artwork; organized; familiarity with workprocessing, excel, access and photoshop and asset. Effective communicator. Interest in gallery work. Does not have to a VA student.
Help with demonstrations, setup, and guidance of Intro level photo classes and students; Some after hours supervision; lab overseeing and minor maintenance.
Qualifications/skills: has experience in photo lab i.e. VART 2400 and 2401; Visual Arts student
To photograph and design pages and layout for 4th year BFA-VA student catalogues; to prepare files to sent to printing services in March 2016
Qualifications/Skills: photography and design skills; 4th year VA student; digital skills (photoshop)
In Fall semester assisting with planning of NL Art Education Association Conference for late September including registration, technical support, hosting duties at conference. Other duties will include after September 27 design of Visual Culture ddegree and assistance with a spiritualism Arts Science conference planned for October. Same bibliographic and research work when time allows.
Qualifications/Skills: 3rd or 4th year student with interpersonal skills; completed VART 2700 & 2701; good organizational skills - interest in art education or plans to continue an art education
Filing, data entry, inventory control and minor help with regular maintenance.
Qualifications/Skills: minimum of 1 year of theatre studies.
Inventory and maintenance of wardrobe storage. Primary contact for acting students borrowing costumes. Assist wardrobe supervisor with repairs and maintenance of costumes and accessories.
Qualifications/Skills: 2nd or 3rd year stagecraft student. Good interpersonal and organizational skills
Event/weekend print shop assistance in conjunction with VART2901/2311/2310/2320. Introductory lithography in the winter term. These coureses all include extensive practical skill set learning, material and tool handling, proper studio etiquette. The mucep student assists other students with technological mattes related to the four different introductory printmaking skills sets. This inlcudes materials, tools and equipment use. this engages the mucep student in problem-solivng situations beyond what they would encounter in making their own work, greatly increasing their skill levels. Transmitting information to other students increases communication skill. Studio monitoring increases the mucep's sense of responsibility and committment to the facility.
Qualifications/skills: enrolled in BFA (Visual Arts) having taken a minimum of 6 credit hours in printmaking/book arts.
Print media studio assistant providing support in conjunction with VART3300 and 3301. Intermediate print media in the winter term. these courses cover extensive range of intermediate to advanced level skill sets in training printmaking, photomechanical printmaking and digital application to print media. The exposure units and inkjet printers are used ona supervised basis only and this position provide valuable assistance outside of regular weekday hours.
Qualifications/Skills: enrolled in BFA (Visual Arts); have taken a minimum of 6 credit hours in print and either be enrolled in VART3300 or have completed.
Assist in the computer lab (e.g. help students with SPSS, lab questions, APA style writing, etc.); provide tutoring (e.g. statistical concepts & procedures, lab report writing, etc.)
Qualifications/Skills: 3rd or 4th year psychology major. Good knowledge of statistics, research methods, SPSS, APA and lab report writing.
Conduct student interviews and review placement options; help student iwth resumes and interview prepartion; followup with Access student to document progress; followup with Mentors to document progress; ACCESS is our work placement program - CACUSS National award winning)
Qualifications/Skills: 4th year Business or Phychology student.
Assisting with operations of competitive sport programs; assist with coordination and operations of campus recreation; promotion of campus events; various other duties.
Qualifications/skills: experience with sport and recreation programming necessary
run weekly coffee houses and discussion group; seek out presenters on topics relevant to internation students; prepare and edit monthly newsletter; plan and execute programming to help new students integrate into campus and community life.
Qualifications/Skills: excelent microsft skills; ability to work independently on small programs and projects; ability to help develop innovative programming for new students.
Assisting students in housing - inquiries, issues etc; data entry, mail sorting, answering phone; providing support to housing staff and students in a front line capacity.
Qualifications/Skills: good communication, organization skills; the ability to work as a part of a team; be able to work in a demanding environment.
Let's Talk Science is a national science outreach program with sites at many university and college campuses across Canada. As part of this program, Grenfell students volunteer to conduct science outreach activities for local children of all ages.
The LTS coordinators will a) build up our volunteer base and coordinating volunteers and local educations for events; b) assisting student volunteers in obtaining resources/supplies needed to carry out Let's Talk Science school visits; c) offering training sessions for new student volunteers; d) carrying out some of the school/site visits where scheduling permits; e) liaising with the Grenfell faculty involved with LTS, f) updating the LTS on-line portal and website; g) assisting in the planning of the Grenfell Let's Talk Science Challenge scheduled for Spring 2016.
Qualifications/Skills: Enthusiasm for science education, interest in engaging children/youth in science, ability to work independently and as a team member, good public speaking skills, good organizational skills. Preferred: majoring in or having completed courses in at least one scientific discipline; a valid driver's license.
To develop chemistry demonstrations, video and edit perfected demos. These demos produced using an HD camera already apurchased using a grant, will greatly improve the learning experience in Chemistry courses.
Qualifications/Skills: Completion of Chemistry 2210
Assist regular lab staff with stuent questions, demonstrating proper experimental procedures and analysis techniques.
Qualifications/Skills: Physics major or minor; at least 2nd year, having completed Phys1051.
Develop a physics based presentation unit for Let's Talk Science for use in elementary or junior high level classes. Present the unit to one or more classes (No physics units exist).
Qualifications/Skills: Physics major or minor, at least 3rd year, having completed at least one 2nd physics lab course.
Responsible for the supervision of the gymnasium; ensure the safety of facility users; distribute and set up/breakdown and inventory of equipment.
Qualifications/Skills: Standard 1st aid - CPR; knowledge of various sporting programs, good organizational and communication skills
Go Engagement events assistant - to help with organization and presentation of various events.
Qualifications/Skills: 2nd, 3rd year student with knowledge of various software programs, good organizational and communication skills.
Primary duty will be to act as a writing coach, reading drafts and papers with students and discussing these with the students. A secondary duty will be with advertising for Humanities events.
Qualifications/Skills: Third or fourth year student, preferrably a Humanities minor or major but any arts division program is acceptable. Must be in scholarship studies.
After training, the LLA will supervise lab activities and provide support to students completing them (esp. when lab instructor is absent, ie. lunch, conversation classes, meetings, evenings, etc.) Under supervision, they may also be asked to do some programming/evaluation.
Minimum requirement: French 1502 with hihg marks. Preference will be given to 2nd or 3rd year students.
Maintain and distribute to IEBP students information on campus and community clubs, activities and events. Encourage and facilitate IEBP students' participation in campus and community events;plan and market events with guidance from ESL coordinator.
strong language skills; a friendly outgoing and active personality; some leadership teaching or intercultural work experience desired.
Student will help plan and promote exchange student events. Student will help plan and promote internationalization events and efforts; student will liaise with inbound and outbound exchange students as necessary.
Second year of study or higher. Must be outgoing, enthusiastic, driven, trustworthy, independent. Able to work with minimal supervision. Ideal candidate will have international experience and/or have worked with international students in the past.
Archiving theatre stage manager prompt scripts; transferring slides to digital forma; organizing archive room; producing paperwork indicating what is archived.
Assisting program manager in event planning, statistical collection and analysis, uploading social media, developing entrepreneurship tools.
busines sprogram, 2nd, 3rd,or 4th year; entrepreneurship interest, communications skills, social media skills, team work, research, written skills, independent
Assist students with course specific content; lead small group discussions; develop resource materials for work with students; report statistics to supervisor; refer to appropriate resources.
Must be able to work flexible hours; must have a minimum B+ average in disciple to be tutored; faculty recommendation required.
Assist with herbarium based student projects in the second to fourth levels of environmental science:taxonomy, student research support for projects.
Assist with day to day operation maintenance and development of Grenfell Herbarium Collection: digital databasing, mapping, organizing, uplenishing.
Taking/Recording meeting minutes
Developingmeeting agendas and invitations
Maintaining network of partners
Completing administrative duties as assigned.
Senior Student in othe programs with administrative skills/experience.
Lead small groups of international students in study groups/discussion sessions.
Strong language skills
Coursework completed in English
Sociocultural studies or Education desired
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