After training to be an ASL interpreter, I've ended up teaching English-based signing to hearing/HoH kids with speech delays and/or developmental delays in VT. I can probably answer any questions about interpreting, working with deaf kids, stuff about the Deaf community, etc.
Hi! I am in medical school right now and will be doing a rotation at MSU in Lansing this August. I need somewhere to stay for the month since I still live in Ohio normally! I would be interested in anything from sleeping on a couch to subletting somewhere. Payment is negotiable, too. Plus, I am a great cook and I love cooking for other people! Let me know if you can help me out. Thanks! ~Rosalyn
Hi all, I'm a recent Oberlin graduate and will be interning with the American Jewish Committee in Berlin this summer. I'm looking to sublet an apartment or a room in an apartment (non-smoking) from June 11th to July 23rd. I'd prefer a furnished room/apartment/studio with access to a kitchen. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have something. Thank you very much, and looking forward to hearing from you! Sincerely, Jesse Gamoran
I will be leaving my Paralegal position in the last week of July, so I am looking for an Obie to hopefully fill my shoes. It is a full time position at a small litigation firm in Midtown, NY. We're looking for a recent grad preferably. If you are seriously considering law school, this is a great opportunity. Applicants must have: strong writing, analytical, organizational, and inter-personal abilities. Ability to work well under pressure, including some evenings and weekends; Ability to manage time and tasks independently, problem-solve, and manage multiple projects simultaneously; and Ability to maintain confidentiality. Responsibilities will include maintaining case files; assembling and filing documents; research using WestLaw; hearings and trial prep; communicating and coordinating with clients/court personnel/other counsel; drafting correspondence and legal documents; other duties assigned as needed. Fluency in other languages a plus. If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at AshleyAug92@gmail.com. If you're ready to be considered, please email your resume as a .pdf attachment.
I'm going to be starting a PhD program in the fall at OSU and I'm looking for a roommate! I would like to live in Clintonville or maybe Grandview. I would love to have someone to share rent and explore the city with. Preferably female, no smoking, no pets. Let me know if you're interested!
Hello! I'm a recent graduate who is going to be in Seattle this summer. I'll be volunteering at the Youngstown Cultural Arts Center and hopefully doing some part-time babysitting but I'd love to find a couple more opportunities to help cover my rent while I'm there. I have a lot of experience working with kids - babysitting, tutoring, and teaching mostly - but am open to anything! Please me know if you have a recommendation. Best wishes, Alison Kronstadt Class of 2016
Does anyone know about online/flexible jobs in education? Like maybe curriculum development or something like that? I have an M. Ed., experience with a variety of grade levels/student populations (specifically, EAL and international schools)...and a 1 year old. If you know what kind of gigs are available and where/how to find them, that would be awesome. TIA!
Hey guys! I just recently moved to Pittsburgh and i'm in need of a job! I'm doing my Masters at Carnegie Mellon and could use a full time job over the summer. Hopefully, it could possibly lead into something part time while i'm at school. I'm a first generation college student and could really use the money. I'm a trained Auto Mechanic and also a Classical singer. I love to learn about very complex things. I also love working with people! Any leads would be greatly appreciated! Thanks Obie World! Daniel King
Hi all, Having completed her first year at Champlain College studying early childhood education, my daughter is looking for a summer job in the Boston/Cambridge area. She has a good amount of experience working with children, is proficient in Microsoft Office, and has an interest in Communications. She lives in Arlington, MA (next to Cambridge) and need to be able to commute to the job via public transportation. Thanks for any leads or advice!
I have an opening for an Analytics Manager, Online Marketing at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Jimmy Fund in Brookline/Boston. The position is onsite. You can read the full job description and apply here: bit.ly/1szbJYB Job Overview: Reporting to the Assistant Director, Online Marketing, the Analytics Manager is responsible for developing reporting and analysis that provides recommendations for improving performance of our online marketing efforts. This position is also responsible for management of our mobile marketing program, including text-to-give, mobile alerts, and mobile marketing keywords. In addition, the Analytics Manager will provide support for our digital advertising program.
I received this lead for a role as the Social Media and Digital Content Manager for Dartmouth's advancement office from a friend working in the central communications office (you'd be working with her as a part of this position). If you care about making meaningful content and measuring its success and exploring new ways to tell stories through the web, this might be the job for you. Happy to make a personal connection if you'd like, or talk about social media and digital content in higher ed if you want to know more about the kind of work you'd be doing.
Message me or apply here: http://robinhood.force.com/careers/ts2__JobDetails?jobId=a0Q3800000JB1v0EAD&tSource= Position Overview Education is one of our best poverty-prevention methods and the program officer is responsible for finding and funding the most innovative and successful K-12 education organizations that provide low income children with an excellent education. Program officers serve as a resource and thought partner for existing Robin Hood grantees and as a catalyst for identifying potential new opportunities. Program officers articulate a clear and persuasive rationale for funding new and ongoing programs. This is accomplished by understanding the education landscape and the need for a specific intervention and conducting comprehensive reviews of organizations' program models, performance data, and fiscal information. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: Â· Identifying and funding new, game-changing organizations and programs in K-12 education Â· Scaling our most effective interventions where appropriate Â· Managing a portfolio of 12-15 current grantees Â· Reading and interpreting school and student data and telling a story about what the data means for portfolio grantees and for children living in poverty in New York City Â· Supporting Robin Hood development and communications staff as required by providing expert program knowledge to advance Robin Hood fundraising goals Qualifications Bachelor's degree required; master's degree strongly preferred A minimum of five years of professional experience, with a demonstrated passion for education; classroom teaching experience strongly preferred Strong interpersonal skills, judgment and humility; Appreciation of the challenges and difficulties in poverty-fighting work, ability to share credit, and ability to influence and motivate others to achieve shared objectives, both internally and externally Experience engaging with low-income communities preferred; knowledge of New York City education landscape preferred
I have a great furnished 1BR apartment available to sublet for July (dates are a little flexible) in Oberlin. It's clean, quiet, close to town, big enough for two people, and a great spot to write, make art, get work done, and enjoy the best of Oberlin summer. The screened porch is beautiful, there's laundry in the basement, and you're welcome to borrow my bicycle for the month. $475+utilities, no pets. If it sounds like this might work for you, get in touch for more info! -B
Hello! I'm reaching out because I just got on the ground in Charlottesville for the Democratic Party of Virginia. We are focused on building the important infrastructure and organization that it will take to keep Virginia blue in 2016. We are looking for people who are ready to work hard, have fun and be part of a rockstar team. We are looking right now for people to join us as organizers and interns. If you are interested in applying for the organizer position, see the job description and application process below. If you know someone who might be interested in this work, please forward this job post on to them! We want to build the best team here in VA and thank you in advance for helping us do that. Hope you are all doing well and keep up the good work! _____________ P.S. If folks are still in school or are not able to commit to the full-time organizer position, we have an incredible summer internship program. Here's the link: vademocrats.org/intern2016 The Democratic Party of Virginia is hiring field organizers to build a diverse and robust field team in Virginia in 2016. We are looking for passionate, hardworking individuals who are committed to helping elect Virginia Democrats this year in some of the most hotly contested races in the country. If interested, please send a resume and two references to email@example.com or apply online at vademocrats.org/organizer. Role Overview Organizers will be responsible for various tasks focused on community engagement and capacity building. Organizers should be high energy, outgoing, enthusiastic, and willing to work long hours. Candidates with experience building coalitions among diverse groups of people and experience holding volunteers accountable are preferred. Organizers report directly to a Regional Organizing Director. Tasks and Responsibilities, including, but not limited to: â�� Recruit, train and manage fellows and volunteers and expand the volunteer network â�� Plan and manage voter registration action events â�� Plan and manage phone banks and canvasses â�� Knock on doors and make phone calls â�� Amplify message, recruit volunteers and create online communities using social media platforms â�� Help create a program that reflects assigned organizing regions Required Skills & Background â�� Exceptionally well organized with the ability to meet strict deadlines â�� Excellent written and verbal communication skills â�� Disciplined and solution-oriented approach to all tasks â�� Must have access to a vehicle and a cellphone â�� Commitment to electing all Democrats on the ballot Preferred Background & Experience â�� Previous campaign experience â�� Proficiency with Votebuilder/VAN How to apply: If interested in applying, send a resume and two references to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include "Organizerâ�� in the subject line. You can also apply online at vademocrats.org/organizer The Democratic Party of Virginia seeks organizers on an equal opportunity basis. We are committed to diversity, and have the highest commitment to obtaining and retaining a diverse team of organizers. We believe every organizer has the right to work in an environment free from discrimination as is consistent with our commitment to diversity, respect, and inclusion.
I have a furnished room available for rent for the summer in my townhouse in Arlington, Virginia. There is a queen-size bed with linens, a large shelving wall unit to hold your belongings, and a private full bathroom adjacent to the room. Includes access to kitchen, living room, and dining area. There is on-street parking as well. All of the usual amenities included--wifi, cable, Netflix, Amazon, central air, and I'll even throw in hot and cold running water. Location: south Arlington, near the Shirlington area of Arlington. Less than 2 blocks away from a Metrobus stop. Quick about me: 50-y/o gay guy, easy-going, former co-op member (yay Keep!). I'm seeking a responsible, easy-going person who just needs a clean, safe place to stay over the summer because of a job or internship. No pets, smoking, or drugs (sorry...not even pot...but you can enjoy it in DC all you like). $600/month, everything included.
Hey guys! I need to know who lives in Culpepper, VA and can lend me a couch if i get an internship at the Library of Congress Packard Campus!!!!!!!!
My beloved and cozy room is opening up June 1 in Berkeley, CA. If you like plants, everything-within-walking-distance, Acme bread and Obie alum roommates who know a lot about beer and fresh pie, this is the spot for you. UC Berkeley is a short 15-minute walk down the road, and BART is two blocks away. Buses stop right outside and there is a region-renowned liquor store right across the street. Close proximity to amazing bars, cafes and restaurants. The room is unfurnished, but the apartment is not. Room is available for June and July (possibly longer). Rent is $1,000/month excluding utilities (which usually come out to ~$40/month). Please check yourself if people describe you as "a tornado." Roomies are mysteriously very chill and super neat, so folks who like to leave dishes in the sink "to soak" need not reply. Email me: anna.t.aronowitz @ gmail.com if this sounds good to you!
Hi there! I'm moving from Oakland to Washington State on either June 10th or 11th. Since it's a very long drive, I would like to load up my car the night before and leave it somewhere safe overnight for a quick departure early the next morning. Do you have a locked garage somewhere in the east bay that might be able to accommodate one car full of things overnight on June 9th or June 10th? I can compensate in $, cookies, or paying-it-forward, depending on your preference. Thank you!
Hello everyone (@ Oberlin)...I sincerely hope all [you] Obies are happy and healthy and wise....Just wanted to ASK if anyone is interested in sharing a house or rental (share the rent and living expenses) in Olympia/Lacey (Thurston County) WA long-term. Short-term I can also consider - but I prefer long-term leases (6 mo to 1 year). Ok take care Oberlin! Have a pleasant late spring/early summer 2016.
Hi! I'm looking for a ride from oberlin to Cleveland airport Sunday may 22. My flight is at 6:53 pm I'd like to get to the airport by 5:30. I'm happy to chip in for fare or whatever. text at 617-780-1018 if you have a to offer. Thanks. Ruthann
Hello! There's a room opening up in the house where I'm living and my housemates and I are looking for another roommate starting July 1. The room is $800/mo + utilities, has hardwood floors, a closet, and 2 windows. The apartment is in an old Victorian house with a backyard on a green residential street in Brookline, but very close to groceries, public transit, etc. in Coolidge Corner and Allston. My landlady is an artist/naturalist/yogi, and she, her boyfriend, and her dog live in the home for part of the year and also rent out two rooms (me, OC'10 + ?). The rest of the place is furnished but common areas are shared by all. My landlady advertised the place originally as good for tree huggers, gardeners, and dog lovers, and I think that fits the place well. Caveat: It's low tech (no microwave or TV) and the heat is kept quite low in the winter. If you want more info, just let me know!
Hi all, I'm a 2013 alum living and working in Cleveland for the summer. I am thinking about heading to Oberlin on Saturday or Sunday (flexible) to join in on the commencement festivities. Please let me know if you are going to be driving from Cleveland to Oberlin on Saturday or Sunday (preferably morning or early afternoon)! Happy to help pay for gas and share stories and laughs. -Jason
Hi! I need an emergency ride to DC this weekend. I can split the gas money and I will only have a small bag of stuff. Thanks so much!
Hi all! OC alum '12 looking for a room to rent in Evanston, IL, starting in September. Currently working in the Southeast but I will be attending Northwestern University for my Master's. Any leads on rooms for rent would be greatly appreciated. Looking to spend around $650 or less (optimistic, I know, but it doesn't hurt to ask!) If you know of any leads, please let me know!
There is a room available in our 3BD/1BA apartment in Boerum Hill starting June 1st. My roommate and I are looking for someone to join us on the lease for the full year. The room is roughly 10 ft by 12 ft, with a tall street-facing window and a closet. The room lies off of the living room, so it works best for people who don't go to bed early (ie. don't mind noise outside their room in the early evening.) We're situated near practically any subway you could imagine -- about 5 minutes from Atlantic Terminal (BQ2345DNR) and 7-8 minutes from Hoyt-Schermerhorn (ACG). We're also situated close to Trader Joe's, Whole Foods, Target, Brooklyn Fare and a great number of other amenities. Utilities vary based on the season, but typically don't go over $85/person (Cable/Internet, Gas, Electric). You would be living with a male and female, both in their mid twenties. One roommate works in business development at a socially conscious fashion startup. The other roommate works in community affairs for the City. We're both looking to create a chill, fun environment, that's good for having people over, making art, and the like. To move-in, we'll need a security deposit and one month's rent. *If you already messaged but didn't get a response, feel free to resend your message. We'll be having potential roommates over to see the place on Saturday the 21st between 3 and 6 PM and would be happy to show you around. https://post.craigslist.org/k/PpeQAtsV5hG2PfdeXC3maw/q3775?s=preview
Prefer to leave in the afternoon. Can share costs. thanks.
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