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  - Katelyn '15

Hello friends!I'll be graduating in a month and would love to find somebody for my apartment at 111 E Lorain Street. The apartment would be available Juene!Very quiet, Full kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, living/dining room, lots of closet space. Air conditioning, ceiling fan, Laundry in building. Unfurnished. All utilities included except electricity and internet.Year-long lease.Thank you!
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  - Allie '11

Hi Obies! I'm an alumnae now getting a MFA at the University of Michigan. I'm going to be away for the month of June, and would like to sublet my cute one bedroom apartment. $750! Centrally located for town and campus. Hit me up!
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  - Margaret '14

Hello Obies,So I am trying to be at Commencement from May 19th to May 22nd. I live in Durham, NC. Are you also from Durham, NC? Do you have a car that you are taking to Commencement? Are you driving back to Durham from Oberlin Commencement on May 22nd???Can I drive back to Durham with you!? I am a great driver and also can supply gas money :)Best,Maggie
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  - Caroline '14

Hi Friends! I'm going to drive to Oberlin from Stamford, CT on Thursday, May 21st. I'll be driving back around 12PM on Monday the 25th. If you're in the NY/CT area and want a ride, let me know!
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  - Elijah '09

I'm going to be starting a new job in Bennington, Vermont in September and unfortunately I don't know anyone to live with or to ask around about housing. If you are looking for a roommate in the fall, know a good landlord, or just have friends in the area that I should meet, that would be very helpful! I grew up and currently live in Burlington, VT.
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  - Alex '09

Hello! I'm starting to look at grad school programs that focuses on behavioral science and public health. Right now I'm really interested in the MPH program at Portland State University/OHSU in Portland, Oregon, but there are several tracks (environmental, epidemiology, biostatistics) and I'm not really sure which one is the best fit for me (they all look extremely cool). I'd like to know what kinds of coursework people think is really helpful or important.I'd also be interested in talking with someone with a background in applied psychology, as a lot of the research I come across where I'm like "That is so awesome!" seems to be coming from folks in applied or experimental psychology. It also seems like the job options for someone with a Master's are pretty versatile, but I'd love to know if that's actually been people's real-world experience.If anyone has any advice on picking specific programs or career tracks (or if you know someone who would be willing to chat with me) I'd love to hear from you! Feel free to email me at: alexandra.e.michel(at)gmail.com
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  - Meret

Hi all, my name is Meret and I am a first year Neuroscience student! I have an opportunity to research Alzheimer's at Northwestern from roughly the end if May til mid August. I have enough money to pay for my own food but I'm unable to pay for housing. I welcome a couch or anything! I'm very tidy and happy to clean. I don't have a car but I am happy to take the bus and all. Please help!
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  - Anna '17

I will be in Washington D.C. for 10 weeks this summer working as an intern for URGE, a social justice non-profit.  I am a rising junior at Oberlin.  I am easy to live with and love to cook.  If someone needs a house-sitter, has an extra room or is looking for a roommate, please contact me!! 
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  - Lei '08

Hey folks - I'm looking for more freelance projects to keep me busy. I am a self-taught web designer/developer, and I specialize in creating beautiful, mobile responsive WordPress based sites for people. I've also got some experience working with JavaScript and Ruby on Rails. Contact me if you're interested. You can read more about me and see work samples here: http://lzinc.net/. I offer very competitive rates, and am very responsive to client input.
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  - Lei '08

This opening comes to me through my cousin who has worked for Schwarzman Scholars. This organization is ideal for those who have an interest in education and China-US relations.MAJOR ACCOUNTABILITY1) Be responsible for daily contact with both Chinese and foreign professors, coordinating various issues with them;2) Help research background of various professors and make recommendation to program’s leaders on who might be suitable for the program’s design and mission;3) Assist in the hiring of the faculty;4) Maintain good relations with various departments within the university relating to academic affairs;5) Oversee the hiring of T.A.s and tutors;6) Help come up with and implement plan on how to evaluate professor performance and courses;7) Assist professors in the development of course documents;Basic Qualifications1) At least 3 years of experience working in academic affairs;2) Full fluency in both Chinese and English;3) Experience in international program/environment a must;4) Experience dealing with professors and academic figures, with a strong preference for experience dealing with foreign professors;5) Very strong communication skills;6) Strong implementation skills and ability;7) Enthusiastic about career in education;8) Quick learner; highly flexible; self-motivated; detailed oriented; strong sense of responsibility.Please send your application files to hr@sc.tsinghua.edu.cn with the email name: "Apply for Senior Manager of Faculty Affairs."
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  - Emma '12

Hi Obies,I work for a non-profit in New York that originated the Housing First model for ending homelessness. We're currently hiring a Contracts and Operations Manager, so if you have a background in non-profit management you should check it out!https://pathwaystohousing.org/about/careers
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  - Molly '12

Hi! I'm an alumna (graduated in 2012) currently working at a tech startup in NYC called Poncho, which delivers cute, quirky, pop-culture-studded weather forecasts to your phone or email. We currently have two job openings for ~creative editors~ to write forecasts for DC: one full-time editor who needs to be in New York, and one part-time weekend editor who should be in DC.If you're looking for an excuse to move to NYC and work an awesome job in a creative environment (not to mention a job that'll sustain you in NYC), this is your chance. Do. There is no try. (There is also no "do not.")PS. there are also a great many other jobs you should peruse on here! -- a lot of openings for engineers & developers. But do check out Poncho's first. : )
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  - Carrie '15

Hello! My name's Carrie Simpson and I'm a graduating psychology major. I'm currently in search of an entry level position in the Chicagoland area that will allow me to delve into the world of social services. I'm especially passionate about assisting geriatric/retired, homeless, and recovering addict communities. I'm wondering if anyone has any experience or advice they can share in general. Or if anyone knows of any organizations or institutions that I can look into.
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  - Griff '14

I know we're out there! I have met some wonderful Oberlin-affiliated farmers and farmers-to-be and I'm sure there are many many more. If you are interested in talking about farming with other Oberfolk -- anything from feed to crops to finding land to what various buzzwords mean and whether they matter to you -- message me and let's see if we can get something together. Maybe a discussion group? We'll see!(P.S. You don't have to be a farmer or a farmer-to-be. For what I'm envisioning, interest is the only criterion.)
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  - Griff '14

Title says it all. I am a  2014 grad and I want to see my best friends graduate -- and hear Michelle Obama! I am apprenticing on a farm near Kalamazoo. I usually travel with a folding bike and I am place/time flexible (but not so time-flexible I can bike the whole way). I am reasonably sociable and I can help drive (new in 2015: I can also drive stick!) and help with gas, etc. Let me know if you are going my way! Thanks!
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  - Julian '16

Hello! I'll be interning at NPR in Washington, D.C. from June 1 through Aug. 7, and am looking for housing in the area. I'm open to almost any arrangement, be it house-sitting or subletting, and am a very friendly and easy-going guest. If you have an opening or know of someone who does, please contact me here or at jring@oberlin.edu. Thank you!
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  - Molly '14

Looking for a female to sublet my furnished room in a two BR apartment. The rent is $1000 (or best offer), and includes costs for utilities and internet. My room has a private sink/cabinets, walk-in closet, large window with natural lighting, double bed, desk, bedside table, desk chair and comfy chair (If you have your own furniture, I can remove mine before you move in). The apartment has a large living room and balcony, laundry on-site, pool/hot tub/fitness center, and is close to the William R. Mason Park, I-405, San Diego Creek Bike trail, and UCI. Contact me via my email, molly.martorella@gmail.com, with offers.
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  - Lynn '18

Hi! I am a Oberlin Student that is looking for a place for stay from May 25 to June 23. I am not explicitly looking to stay by myself so if anyone else out there is looking for a roommate, I will love to collaborate!I am going to be a sophomore in Fall 2015 and am clean, quiet and friendly. Pets are welcome! Please email me or send a text at 734-353-5243!