*This position is Nationwide. Flash is brand spanking new, and we'd like you to represent Flash as a Strategic Marketing Coordinator. What does that mean? Flash's Marketing Coordinators will create a marketing and promotion strategy uniquely tailored to their school, in efforts to bring on new Flash users. As your school has its own individual spirit, with long- standing traditions and events, Marketing Coordinators will tap into the best and most efficient ways to promote and market the app to your school. A marketing, advertising, and social media/promotion strategy will be developed and executed by the Marketing Coordinators with support from the Flash Team. A budget strategy will be jointly created by the Marketing Coordinators and the Flash team. In addition to developing a carefully planned and fulsome campaign, Marketing Coordinators are expected to be present at any and all events in which they plan, as well as being in charge of all event logistics, including booking space, setting up space, and closing out the event. The Strategic Marketing Coordinator program will run approximately from May-December 2017; because the total number of students physically located on campus is vastly different in summer months vs. the fall months, individual, yet parallel marketing strategies, will need to be created/executed for each of the semesters. The Flash Team is looking to choose 2-3 Strategic Marketing Coordinators to represent your school.
Desired candidates will nurture second-language development to English-speaking students in a Spanish immersion environment. Immersion teachers will develop lesson plans and teach elementary grade core content to students using English and Spanish. Strong classroom skills and management skills as well as parent and community involvement are expected.
Ideal candidates will have the ability to share authentic Spanish cultural experiences gained through personal experience living in Spanish-speaking country or location. Previous Spanish Language Immersion program teaching experience desired.
Reynolds and Reynolds is seeking motivated and hard-working Entry Level Outside Sales Trainee to join our growing team. The goal of this position is to prepare you for your own territory as a Sales Professional. Our sales team has been an essential part of Reynolds success over the last 150 years. If you are ready to join the exciting and rewarding career path of outside sales, with opportunities for travel, training, unlimited earning potential and growth, this is the ideal opportunity for you!
As an Entry Level Outside Sales Trainee, you will enroll in our 18 month training program that will involve job shadowing with seasoned sales representatives as they visit clients and sell our software products. The travel will vary based off your training territory. This field based training will assist in your education of our industry and solutions as well as allow you to observe the sales skills taught in the classroom training.
The classroom training is located at our award winning Reynolds University in Dayton, OH. You will complete different courses throughout the program including training on sales techniques, negotiations, dealership operations, and in-depth product training on our dealership Retail Management System. During this training program you will complete 12 months of customer service and installation training to help enhance your knowledge of our products and the benefits of our solutions. The Entry Level Outside Sales Trainee should be prepared to travel approximately 75% of the time during these 12 months. At the end of your training, when you are prepared with the appropriate skills and knowledge, you will complete a ten-day Sales Techniques Workshop, ending with a Closing Sales Presentation that will allow you to showcase the skills you have gained throughout the program and will prepare you for your own territory.
Once you complete the training program, you will be relocated to your assigned territory and become a Sales Professional. In this role you will be responsible for achieving designated monthly and annual quotas by selling Reynolds software products and services to new and existing customers. As a Sales Professional (and Trainee) you will have a home office and will be provided a company car, laptop, iPad, iPhone, and other office equipment.
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We strive to offer an environment that provides our associates with the right balance between work and family. We offer a comprehensive benefits package including:
Medical, dental, vision, and life insurance
401(k) with up to 6% matching
Company car for business and personal use
Working remotely with an iPad, iPhone, laptop, and other provided home office equipment
Professional development and training
Promotion from within
Paid vacation and sick days
Eight paid holidays
Associate discounts for cell phones, cars, computers, entertainment, and much more
Reynolds and Reynolds encourages applicants of all ages and experience to apply, as we do not discriminate on the basis of age.
UC Berkeley Summer Business Program for Non-business Majors
If you are an undergraduate student who is free this summer here is a chance to complement your degree with a rigorous summer program and add the words "business" and "UC Berkeley" to your resume.
The Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley invites you to consider the BASE Summer Program (Business for Arts, Sciences and Engineering). BASE is a six-week business boot camp that enables non-business majors or recent graduates to take business courses while earning full academic credit. Some former BASE students have gone on to earn MBA degrees, while others have accepted jobs in marketing, product development, consulting, financial services, and technology. BASE students receive many benefits, including custom workshops, company visits, lunches, small class size with top professors and Haas Alumni Network benefits.
The ideal participant of the BASE Program is an undergraduate student majoring in liberal arts, sciences or engineering. BASE is the only premier business summer program or institute where students can earn units.
What Our Alumni Say about the Program
After BASE I ended up getting a job at Oracle in their sales department and I love it here. I believe that BASE was a huge component of the success I had getting this job, and knowing how to operate in a business setting. So thank you for that! I also would like to note the reaction people have when they find out I went to Haas. I've received a lot of positive feedback from recruiters, managers, and my peers. Collin Barlow, UC Berkeley Psychology â16, BASE â16.
They call it Berkeley's hidden gem for a reason; its rigorous, exciting, fun, challenging, looks great on your resume, and itâs an amazing way to grow as a person and make connections with successful students from all over the world. It's a program that transforms complete strangers from all over the world into one big family that never wants to be apart. You are going to wish the program never ends. I would recommend the BASE program to everyone who wants to gain a deeper understanding of business, loves having fun, and wants to create memories and relationships that will last forever. Manvinder Singh, UC Irvine Economics '15, BASE '15.
You can visit our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/baseprogram to connect with recent alumni on-line.
We encourage you to apply as soon as possible given the popularity of the Program in the past 19 years. There is no application fee. To apply or for more information please visit our website at:
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Dedicate a year to service and provide urban students with the individualized attention they need to achieve college success. According to the Millennial Impact Report, 70% of recent college graduates volunteer their time to a cause that is important to them. Make an impact and join Great Oaks Charter Schools and the Great Oaks Tutor Corps in the movement to closing the achievement gap.
As a member of the Great Oaks Tutor Corps, you will mentor and tutor middle or high school students at a Great Oaks Charter School for the duration of one school year (August-June). This is a service role through AmeriCorps with regular full-time hours Monday-Friday and some Saturdays.
In exchange for your year of service you will receive a living stipend, free furnished housing with utilities included, health insurance and on-going professional development throughout the year. You will also be eligible for a Segal Education Award through AmeriCorps after the completion of your AmeriCorps term of service. Most importantly you will have an opportunity to shape the future of students living in urban communities.
The ideal candidate for the Great Oaks Tutor Corps is a bright, talented recent college graduate passionate about dedicating a year of service. Great Oaks has schools in Newark, NJ, New York, NY, Bridgeport, CT and Wilmington, DE, and is seeking tutors for all sites. The Tutor Corps plays an integral role in helping our schools achieve their mission: to prepare students to succeed in college. Great Oaks is seeking individuals who are motivated, enthusiastic and up for one of the most rewarding challenges of their lives.
As a Great Oaks Tutor Corps member you will invest your time and energy in the success of a small group of middle or high school students to help pave the way to their college success. The majority of students enter Great Oaks several years below grade level, so this role requires hard work, creativity and a dedication to helping students beat the odds. Most of your day will be spent tutoring students one-on-one or in small groups. You will also take part in secondary projects that directly impact the academic achievements of students. These projects may include providing in-class or curriculum support, organizing or leading after school clubs or working with our culture team.
Specific responsibilities include:
Bolstering student achievement:
â¢ Provide daily tutoring to several small groups of Great Oaks students
â¢ Work closely with teachers to develop individualized tutorial content
â¢ Assess student progress on a regular basis
â¢ Bridge a connection between classroom teachers and the content they deliver in their classrooms with the content you are delivering during tutorial sessions
â¢ Lead after-school student clubs
â¢ Support Saturday Academy over the course of the school year when necessary (dependent on school community placement)
â¢ Work with students to set individualized student driven goals on a frequent basis
â¢ Actively participate in meetings pertaining to your role as a tutor and the success of the students you are working with
Building relationships with families:
â¢ Develop authentic relationships with families through phone calls and other communications to share progress on student tutorial performance
â¢ Attend family and parent events
â¢ Create opportunities to connect with families on an ongoing basis
Assist with overall student success during the school day:
â¢Be present during transitions and escorting students when necessary
â¢Engage with students during their lunch period
â¢Assist with other activities and projects that directly impact student success
Qualifications and Competencies
As a prerequisite, the successful Tutor Corps candidate must believe in the mission of Great Oaks. The candidate should demonstrate a passion for breaking new ground to lead social change. A successful candidate will also bring the following qualifications and competencies:
â¢A strong academic record with a completed Bachelorâs degree from a competitive college or university by August 2017. College seniors we are looking for you!
â¢Some experience working or volunteering with children; some tutoring experience preferable
â¢A commitment to serving children in under-resourced, urban communities
â¢Exceptional ability to respond well to feedback and implement it immediately
â¢Tenacity, flexibility, passion and excellent communication skills
This AmeriCorps service role will start in early August of 2017 and run through June of 2018. The online application requires you to write a brief paragraph. If you are applying through a mobile phone we suggest using the notes feature and copying and pasting your paragraph into the application to ensure the clarity of your writing.
Great Oaks Tutor Corps positions are available in NYC, Newark, NJ, Bridgeport, CT. and Wilmington, DE.
The Cato Institute is seeking interns to assist our scholars in all areas of policy research covered by the institute--healthcare, education, taxation, economics, foreign policy, defense, law, criminal justice, and more. Communications-oriented internships are also available: We offer media relations, external affairs, and graphic design/video production positions. All interns, regardless of specific departmental placement, will take part in an intensive seminar program which will cover a broad range of history, philosophy, policy, and professional development topics.
The internship is intended for students and recent graduates of all majors.
Applicants should be knowledgeable about and interested in promoting free markets, limited government, individual rights, and peace (the core values of the Cato Institute).
All domestic interns receive a $700 monthly stipend, international interns receive a $1,000 monthly stipend, and JD/legal interns receive a $1,400 monthly stipend.
***Apply online: www.cato.org/intern***
***All applicants must apply at the URL above by June 27th.***
Program Assistants (PAs) - You are the face of the Boosterthon program on school campuses! You directly impact students and help raise much needed funds for education. You continually display professionalism, intentionality, and positive energy to serve schools with remarkable client care.
PROGRAM ASSISTANT RESPONSIBILITIES:
â¢Program Support - You serve a vital role in the success of the Boosterthon Fun Run by assisting Program Leaders with day-to-day program operations. This includes everything from keynote design, to faculty communication, to logistics support.
â¢Event Management - You help the Program Leader create a remarkable experience on a school campuses. You assist with event logistics, set-up and break-down, and management of Fun Runs and Glow Runs.
â¢Student Engagement - You creatively use resources and daily campus interactions to engage and inspire students. You get to be a role model for students!
â¢Engaging Communication - You communicate confidently and enthusiastically to positively engage parents, students, and faculty.
The Phoenix Academy Network currently operates three high schools in Massachusetts - one in Chelsea, one in Lawrence and one in Springfield - with plans to open additional schools in the coming years. The Phoenix Network is at the forefront of education, particularly alternative education, in Massachusetts.
The mission of all Phoenix schools is to challenge teenagers with an academically rigorous and individually tailored curriculum. Talented students who have not succeeded in other schools will have the support, resources and training needed at Phoenix to succeed academically in high school and college, and become economically secure in their future. Phoenix is named after a mythological figure of strength, healing and renewal. We believe in the capacity of our students to regain control of their academic future and recast themselves as strong, independent and self-sufficient adults.
We are seeking talented individuals who are interested in making a difference in the lives of students who have previously struggled in school through daily tutoring. The right individual for this year of service will have a fierce commitment to confronting the educational inequality that exists in inner city education today. Because our students are often suffering from years of educational neglect or apathy, our staff must be driven with a sense of urgency and energy.
The 2017-2018 Phoenix AmeriCorps Fellowship will include up to 36 full-time AmeriCorps members, each working closely with high school students and tutoring them in Math, English, and Biology.
Every Member's Essential and Marginal Functions will include -Essential Functions- Approximately 3-5 hours a day:
-Tutoring students in math, English, and biology for the state MCAS
-Mentoring students who have a history of truancy, are former drop-outs, or are court-involved.
-Developing strong relationships with students, parents, and other adult
-Marginal Functions- Approximately 1-3 hours a day:
- Assisting teachers in classrooms by working in small groups with special education and English
-Language Learner students, or providing extra support to struggling
-Collaborating with community organizations to ensure student success and
-AmeriCorps members are expected to be on campus from 7:45 am to 5:00 pm In addition to these hours, many AmeriCorps members choose to lead extra-curricular groups (in the past, these have included yearbook, language clubs, or sports teams) outside of regular school hours.
Important: Phoenix AmeriCorps members are engaging in a year of service. All members are provided with dormitory style housing (living in a single or double and sharing a bathroom with 2-3 other members), a living stipend (up to $10,500 for the year), healthcare coverage, and are eligible for an educational financial award at the end of their year of service.
We seek a diverse workforce. Phoenix Academy Network is an Equal Opportunity Employer and an Equal Opportunity Service Location. As an Equal Opportunity Employer and Service Location, the Phoenix Academy Network is committed to providing equal opportunity to staff, AmeriCorps members, and applicants in all areas of employment and service without regard to race, color, religion, sex,
sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status, or any other area protected by federal, state or local law.
The Phoenix Academy Network provides reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities during the interview process and the year of service. Should you need an accommodation, please let us know at your earliest convenience so that we can make arrangements before your interview.
An Associates degree from a two-year college or Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university is required.
*** Spanish speakers or bilingual candidates are STRONGLY encouraged to apply.
Paid Internships for the Fall Semester - Federal and Corporate Sector - DC and Nationwide - All Majors
The HACU National Internship Program (HNIP) has been a premier student program for over 20 years promoting diversity in the federal and corporate workforce. We seek the best and brightest from across disciplines to fill more than 475 internship opportunities per year.
Gain work experience, acquire new skills, and grow your professional network! Federal and corporate internships are available in the nation's capital and across the U.S. Be part of the more than 11,000 former interns who have taken on the challenge and used their internships to launch their professional careers.
Last year, federal agencies funded over 450 internships. Some of our federal sponsors include:
â¢ Federal Reserve Board
â¢ Library of Congress
â¢ National Credit Union Administration
â¢ National Science Foundation
â¢ Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation
â¢ U.S. Agency for International Development
â¢ U.S. Department of Agriculture
â¢ U.S. Department of Commerce â U.S. Census Bureau
â¢ U.S. Department of Defense
â¢ U.S. Department of Health and Human Services-Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
â¢ U.S. Department of Health and Human Services-National Institutes of Health
â¢ U.S. Department of Health and Human Services-Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
â¢ U.S. Department of Interior â Bureau of Land Management
â¢ U.S. Department of Interior â Bureau of Reclamation
â¢ U.S. Department of State
â¢ U.S. Department of the Treasury
â¢ U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
â¢ Voice of America
--Some of our corporate sponsors include:
â¢ American Student Assistance
â¢ BBVA Compass
â¢ Goldman Sachs
â¢ Fall 2017 session:
Session dates: Aug. 24-Dec. 09, 2017
Deadline: June 9, 2017
--Travel and Housing
â¢ Round-trip airfare is arranged and paid for by HACU.
â¢ Housing accommodations can be arranged by HACU.
--To be eligible, students must:
â¢ Be enrolled in a degree-seeking program, at either the undergraduate or graduate level. Recent graduates are eligible for a limited number of internships (must complete internship session within one year of graduation)
â¢ Have completed freshman year
â¢ Have a minimum GPA of 3.0
â¢ Be authorized to work by law in the U.S.
â¢ Interns may be eligible to receive academic credit at their educational institution. HACU can facilitate the process to ensure the necessary documentation is submitted.
--Below is a list of In-demand majors:
â¢ Business-Accounting, Economics, Finance, Human Resources, Labor Relations, and Marketing
â¢ Communication-Digital Communication, Journalism, and Broadcast Journalism.
â¢ Engineering-Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, & Petroleum
â¢ Geographic Information Systems
â¢ Information Technology
â¢ Library Science
â¢ Natural Sciences-Biology, Chemistry, Ecology, Environmental Science, Forestry, Natural Resource Management, & Veterinary Medicine
â¢ Public Health
â¢ Public Policy
â¢ Public Administration
â¢ Social Work
â¢ Translation/Interpretation (English-Spanish, Medical)