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Google Computer Science Teaching Fellowship
Berkeley County, S.C.
Google is searching for talented (STEM) Science, Technology, Engineering or Math teachers to join a 2-year post-graduate program designed to grow leaders in computer science education. The program targets new graduates passionate about the future of computer science education. We are accepting applications on a rolling basis for a two-year program that begins in June 2013. Applicants must be able to commit to the entire two years. As a part of the practicum, you will be working with thought leaders in education to learn the newest techniques and programs for computer science pedagogy, implementing programs with area schools and students, and creating your own innovative approaches to student learning.
How to Apply:
See the website for more information.
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The Healthy Food Coalition, a local 501c3, is looking for an intern. This is a great opportunity to work with the Vinegar Hill Canning Cooperative and to help with marketing, locating grant funding, and learning about their cooperative business model.
How to Apply:
Please see the attached document for more details.
Common Ground Healing Arts is a nonprofit wellness center committed to engaging the whole community in healthy living. Our holistic health services are offered on a sliding scale basis to make them accessible to all. Common Ground Healing Arts is seeking a third- or fourth-year undergraduate or graduate student with an interest in nonprofit management for an unpaid internship of 3 to 6 hours/week. The intern will serve in an executive assistant role.
How to Apply:
For more information, please contact Phoebe Haupt at firstname.lastname@example.org or 434-321-8384.
Internship on a New Start-up Farm
Apply for a unique internship opportunity growing vegetables on a new farm! We are looking for the right candidate to help a small family vegetable farm operation in their first season in all aspects of the business. Farm markets through CSA, farmers markets, and a roadside stand. Position begins at the beginning of May. Housing is a possibility. Monthly stipend is included. Great opportunity for someone interested in small scale agriculture.
Learn about the value of experiential learning and helpful resources for finding a summer experience that promotes service. Counselors are available to help you integrate your previous volunteer, internship or job experience into a high-quality resume that highlights your relevant skills and motivation to serve.
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Americorps VISTA - Immediate Service Opportunity
Jefferson Area Board for Aging, Charlottesville VA
The Jefferson Area Board for Aging (JABA) is accepting applications for an Americorps VISTA member to serve for one year in the Friends In Schools Helping (FISH) program beginning in May 2013. FISH is a mentor-tutor program connecting volunteers to academically at-risk, elementary-aged students in the local schools. The VISTA member will help replicate the FISH program in the rural underserved communities in JABA’s jurisdiction. A small living allowance, full health insurance, travel reimbursement and either an end-of-the year cash stipend or educational award is provided. This opportunity may be ideal for a senior or a recent college graduate.
How to Apply:
Please send cover letter and resume to Martha Williams at email@example.com.
National Recruitment and Enrollment Coordinator for Urban Teacher Center (UTC)
Baltimore, M.D. or Washington, D.C.
The coordinator would be responsible for identifying and attracting outstanding talent to apply to UTC’s D.C. and Baltimore cohorts specifically (and contribute to recruitment efforts nationally as UTC expands to other cities as early as June 2014). The coordinator will develop and implement UTC’s Mid-Atlantic Recruitment Strategy that includes establishing a significant local UTC presence and brand, building key strategic partnerships, recruiting at regional colleges and universities and working with UTC’s school district clients. The position also involves applicant cultivation, including conducting one-on-one calls and meetings with interested prospects and applicants, conducting regional informational sessions, and attending meetings representing UTC for recruitment purposes.
Urban Teacher Center prepares highly effective teachers who will significantly accelerate student achievement in the nation’s highest-need schools. We accomplish this by recruiting outstanding candidates, equipping them with state of the art training, and linking their certification to their students’ performance outcomes
How to Apply:
Please see the website to apply.
The following is a list of University publications for graduate and undergraduate students in various areas of study. A majority of these publications accept submissions on a rolling basis throughout the year. For exact deadlines, please follow up with specific journals and/or magazines of interest.
|Spectra engineering research journal||Submissions accepted on a rolling basis from November through February.|
|Journal of Law & Politics||Submissions accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year.|
|Virginia Environmental Law Journal||Submissions accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year.|
|Virginia Journal of Social Policy & the Law||Submissions accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year.|
|Virginia Law Review||Deadlines: Sept., Jan., March and May; specific dates within each month are announced four weeks prior to the deadline.|
|Virginia Policy Review||Deadlines: March 31 for the next issue.
In general, fall submissions are accepted through Oct. and spring submissions are accepted through March.
|Virginia Sports & Entertainment Law Journal||Submissions accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year.|
|Essays in History||Fall submission deadlines are generally in December. Spring submission deadlines are determined every year.|
|Virginia Literary Review||Next deadline approximately early to mid March.|
|Glass, Garden literary magazine||Deadline: TBD.|
|Meridian literary journal||Submissions accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year.|
|Virginia Journal of Law & Technology||Submissions accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year. Most articles are authored by professors and practicing attorneys, though student articles are published in exceptional cases.|
|Academical Heritage Review||Fall submissions due Oct. or Nov. and spring submissions due February or March.|
|Inkstone literary magazine||Submissions accepted for the spring through March.|
|The Oculus undergraduate research journal||Deadline for the spring is approximately the end of January or early February.|
|The Wilson Journal for undergraduate, international affairs research||Submissions accepted for the spring issue in October and the fall issue through February.|