The Linking Through Language and Technology (LTLT) program provides English as a second language (ESL) tutoring and computer competency training to University of Richmond staff members for whom English is not their first language. Many of these staff members are immigrants and refugees. The LTLT student coordinator is responsible for scheduling the tutoring times, recruiting and training tutors, and maintaining relationships with the staff departments and participants. Day-to-day tasks include coordinating schedule changes, communicating with supervisors about absences, and checking in with tutors. The student coordinator also can participate in the program and tutor a student of their own. The time commitment is roughly 3-4 hours a week, but will require more hours in the beginning of the semester and fewer as the semester goes on. If interested, please contact Adrienne Piazza, CCE Program Manager, as soon as possible, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you work with colleagues who do social justice work? The University of Arizona Residence Life is currently recruiting for the Coordinator of Social Justice Education and Service Learning. This position is housed in Residence Life and reports to the Associate Director of Residential Education. It is a live off position focused on expanding Residence Life’s social justice and service learning goals. The person in this position will be responsible for social justice training for both staff and students, advising a student advocacy group, and more. They will also have the opportunity to work with a graduate assistant to develop the new service learning program. This position works very closely with our Coordinator of Sustainability Education to ensure a broad understanding of both concepts, including joint trainings and retreats. You can read more about the position here: https://uacareers.com/postings/9183 or by searching for job posting A20642 at www.UAcareers.com. The priority review date is 3-21-16.
|JILL RAMIREZ, MA | Coordinator of Sustainability Education|
|Residence Life – Residential Education | The University of Arizona|
|O: 520-626-9179 | F: 520-626-6348 | www.life.arizona.edu|
Super Tuesday is the single largest primary day across the country and for candidates it can be a turning points or the end of their campaign. For both parties, around 25% of all delegates will be determined from these different primaries and caucuses. Come join the Super Tuesday Watch Party as we await primary election results from 13 different primaries and caucuses, including Virginia.
We look forward to seeing you in the Westhampton Living Room starting at 8:00 on Tuesday, March 1st. There will be snacks and information about voter registration.
Thanks and we hope to see you there,
From Devin, the program coordinator . . . .
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The [Broad Street] Youth Initiative engages middle and high school youth in social justice work from a faith perspective, and we rely on motivated college students to guide the youth through their experiences over the summer.
I’m passing along a job flyer, a job description, and an application. If you could please take a look and pass this information on to any of your students who might be interested, I’d certainly appreciate it! The position is for 10 weeks over the summer and offers a stipend, housing, meals, and some transportation. Applications are due February 17, 2016 [. . . ]
If you or anyone would like additional information, please feel free to email me, give me a call at (215)735-4847 ext. 108, or check out our website: http://www.broadstreetministry.org/youth-initiative/
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Coordinator of the Youth Initiative & Alternative Breaks
Broad Street Ministry
315 S Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
(215)735-4847 ext. 108