Job Board: September 28

Sherman Middle School needs tutors:

Do you want to learn Spanish or practice your language skills? Volunteer as a tutor with Latino students at Sherman Middle School. It’s just one hour per week and we’ll arrange the schedule according to your needs. Contact Gilma Arenas at or call 608-334-1656. Here’s a chance to help a young person and yourself at the same time.


The Madison Metropolitan School District is currently taking applications for a variety of positions. Visit us at to view all of our open positions & complete an application.


  • Education & Special Education Assistants (we also need substitutes for these positions; Spanish proficiency required for Bilingual EA & SEA positions).
  • High School Coaches
  • Bilingual (Spanish/English) Teachers & Professional Support Staff
  • Food Services Workers
  • And many more!!!

Questions? Comments? Contact Shauna Sendelbach at 608-663-1743 or Prefiere recibir ayuda en español? Puede comunicarse con Isabel Simonetti al teléfono 608-663-1796 o a su correo electrónico


Multi-Media News Producer: NBC15 News in Madison, WI is searching for a multi-media news producer who thrives on owning the big story on-air and on-line. You much be digital savvy. You will be assigned NBC15’s The Morning Show: Madison’s #1 morning newscast. This is an overnight shift. You will be responsible for producing content for and our digital platforms. You must understand the ‘power’ of Social Media. The ideal candidate must realize the morning newscast is “not” lastnight’s news. You must be able to produce compelling & creative newscasts. You must be able to present ideas that delicer viewer (customer) benefit. The ideal candidate will have superior writing skills. You must be aggressive, passionate, motivated and creative to join our news department. Send resume and link of work to or send resume and non-returnable DVD to: Personnel WMTV 615 Forward Drive, Madison WI 53711.


Midwest Communications, Inc. is hiring for numerous positions!

 See below for details on each position:

Are you creative and enthusiastic? Midwest Communications, Inc. is searching for a full time Creative Director with the possibility of a mid-day or morning show on-air shift. Desired qualifications is someone who is well organized, has an eye for detail but can also get things done on a deadline, and someone who is willing to push themselves that extra mile. The Creative Director will be responsible for overseeing all elements of production including copywriting and producing commercials.  This person SHOULD be proficient in Adobe Audition and Microsoft Office applications.  A working knowledge of Wide Orbit Traffic and Wide Orbit Automation is preferred along with a minimum of two years radio experience.

Deadline is October 21. Send a Resume, Cover Letter and at least 3 examples of work written and produced by you and an air-check to Mark Fleischer, Operations Manager, Midwest Communications, 11 East Superior Street, Suite 380, Duluth, MN 55802 or email

If you are competitive and know sales; this is the unique job you’ve been searching for! 93 Rock based in Appleton, WI is seeking a motivated, team-oriented Full-Time Advertising Sales Representative.  93 Rock is a part of the Midwest Communications, Inc. family ranked one of the best companies in the industry to work for. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of success, prospecting skills, outstanding phone/cold calling skills, experience up-selling existing accounts, proficiency in Power Point and Word Perfect and a positive attitude. Two years of outside sales experience preferred but will train the right individual. Reliable vehicle, a valid driver’s license and a good driving record is required.

Deadline is November 20. Send your cover letter and resume David Fries, General Manager via email, fax it to 920-733-5507 or mail to David’s attention at Midwest Communications, Inc., 1500 N. Casaloma Drive, #301, Appleton, WI  54913.

  • Advertising Sales Rep for X95.9

X95.9, Terre Haute’s Modern Rock station, is a part of the Midwest Communications, Inc. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of success, strong prospecting skills, outstanding phone/cold calling skills and will offer exceptional service to our clients.  Computer skills in Word and Excel a plus.  One to two years outside sales experience and a college degree preferred but not required.  We will train the right individual. Please email your resume and cover letter to; fax it to 812-234-9999 or snail mail to Jack’s attention at 824 S. 3rd Street, Terre Haute, IN 47807.

This position requires a proven track record and a track record for continuous growth.  We are looking for an individual with prior management and sales experience with the ability to lead people. We need someone who can recruit and train the very best people and who can listen, coach, and provide feedback to motivate our talented, growing sales staff. We need someone who is an IDEA GENERATOR who will provide our Marketing Consultants with a multitude of revenue creating ideas. We need a coach who is ready to hit the streets with our team members and coach in the field. We need a coach who likes to make money and have FUN doing it…we work hard and we play hard. We offer a challenging position on a strategic management TEAM who never say die, some of the best training in the industry, competitive salary and bonus structure, a full benefits package and unlimited opportunity for the right individual!

Deadline is October 21. Send your resume via e-mail to or fax it to (715) 848-3158 or mail to Brett Lucht, Market Manager, Midwest Communications, 557 Scott Street, Wausau, WI  54403.

Political Campaigning at UW-Madison Residence Halls

“The Division of University Housing in conjunction with the Residence Hall Advisory Board (RHAB) has created this policy recognizing that candidates for elective student office, municipal, county, state, and national offices and their representatives are interested in having access to students while also recognizing that residence hall students have a need for privacy in their living spaces.  It is our intent to fully encourage students to be active participants in the electoral process.

Chapter UWS 18.11(9) provides that “The residence hall students of each institution, subject to the approval of the chief administrative officer, shall establish policies and procedures assuring that political literature may be distributed and political campaigning may be conducted in state-owned residence halls consistent with the rights of residence hall students, and prescribing the time, place, and manner in which these activities may be conducted.”

General Guidelines:

  • Only University agencies, residence hall organizations, and registered student organizations shall be permitted to engage in political campaigning in the residence halls.  Staff, including student staff, is not permitted to engage in any form of political campaigning in the unit where they work.
  • Candidates for municipal, county, state, or national office must be invited or sponsored by a residence hall organization in order to campaign for office in the residence halls.  Candidates and their sponsors must follow all listed guidelines.
  • Residence hall organizations may not co-sponsor activities or events for commercial agencies outside of the University for the sole purpose of providing publicity or access to the halls for the outside agency.
  • University Housing dining rooms, carry-outs, or snack shops may not be entered for the purpose of distributing campaign material or to greet residents.  Tables or space are offered for reservation to eligible groups or individuals to provide access to residents at a reasonable time, place, and manner.  This provides a balance between access and resident privacy.

Door to Door Canvassing: All forms of door to door canvassing and/or campaigning are prohibited.  Residents may not participate in, nor escort individuals conducting these activities.  Access to individual residents is available via the US mail, or other means described in this policy.  Persons violating this prohibition will be escorted out of the residence hall or removed by University Police.

Public Forums: Residence hall organizations may schedule a public form in the common areas of the halls for a candidate or a group of candidates.  The expectation is that if staff and hall organizations in the hall are sponsoring the event, invitations will be extended to all candidates running for that particular office to participate in the event.

Postings: Candidates for elective student organizations and registered student organizations may post information in the residence halls.  If you are interested in posting information on bulletin boards, e-mail a copy of the poster to Housing staff at  The poster must include the organization’s name and contact information.  You will be instructed to drop off a specific number of flyers for posting with the staff at each hall front desk.  They will then send the posters out for appropriate posting.  Posting patterns differ slightly by hall.

Information Tables: 

  • Residence hall organizations and registered student organizations may request the use of an information table to pass literature out to students.
  • Requests for information tables in residence hall lobby areas should be made to the hall specific Area Coordinator or Residence Life Coordinator.
  • Requests for tables or space outside Dining and Culinary Service facilities can be made by calling Conference Services at 262-5576.
  • The Dining facilities include: Gordon Dining and Event Center,  Four Lakes Market at Dejope, Rheta’s at Chadbourne, Holt Commons

Hall Sponsored Events: Residence hall organizations may invite candidates in as part of a program, debate, or forum.  As a registered student organization representing a candidate, you might consider contacting individual halls and letting them know of your interest in participating in a hall sponsored event.  Contact the Residence Life Office in whichever hall you’re interested in and inquire with the staff there.

Use of Public Address Systems or Housing Listserves: The use of public address systems or housing owned listserves are not permitted for political campaigning.  Staff is encouraged to use housing listserves to inform students about election dates and polling locations.

Chalking: Chalking can be used on sidewalks throughout University Housing.  Chalking is not allowed in or on buildings, under any overhang or immediately by a building access door.”

This guide was written by University Housing. Please contact Kay Reuter-Krohn, Associate Director of Housing, 262-4456 with questions or for additional information.  This policy and guidelines are reviewed periodically by residence hall students and staff and changes are made when necessary.

Job Board: September 24

Program Coordinator for Gender Learning Community at UW-MadisonWorks collaboratively in providing leadership programmatic and organizational direction, and support to students living in the GLC. The Program Coordinator reports to the Phillips Hall Area Coordinator and Faculty Director. Responsibilities include staff recruitment, selection and training; creating co-curricular programs, facilitate student small group meetings; develop cross-campus partnerships; program assessment and evaluation.

The Gender Learning Community (GLC) is a residential based community comprised of 40-60 undergraduate students who wish to explore gender through the lens of social justice, focusing on how gender intersects with the myriad other ways humans classify themselves and others. Students from all genders, racial, ethnic, cultural backgrounds, sexualities, and disciplines are invited. Students participate in a seminar class and a variety of social, educational, and academically focused programs in the community. This culturally diverse community is made up of primarily first and second year students who live in Phillips Hall The Gender Learning Community is served by faculty, staff, and students who create a variety of curricular and co-curricular experiences for students.

Deadline is October 1. See here for position description and application details:
Green Corps Paid Environmental Fellowship:  Green Corps is looking for college graduates who are ready to take on the biggest environmental challenges of our day. In your year with Green Corps:
  • You¹ll get great training with some of the most experienced organizers in the field: Green Corps organizers take part in trainings with leading figures in the environmental and social change movements: people such as Adam Ruben, political director of, and Bill McKibben, author and founder of “”.
  • You¹ll get amazing experience working on environmental issues across the country: Green Corps sends organizers to jumpstart campaigns for groups such as Rainforest Action Network and Environment America in San Francisco, Chicago, Boston and dozens of other places in between.
  • You¹ll have a real impact on some of the biggest environmental problems we¹re facing today: Green Corps organizers have built the campaigns that helped keep the Arctic safe from drilling, that led to new laws that support clean, renewable energy, that convinced major corporations to stop dumping in our oceans and much, much more.
  • You¹ll even get paid: Green Corps Organizers earn a salary of $23,750. Organizers also have a chance to opt into a health care program with a pre-tax monthly salary deferral. They offer paid sick days and holidays, two weeks paid vacation and a student loan repayment program for those who qualify.
  • And when you graduate from the program, you¹ll be ready for what comes next: Green Corps will help connect you to environmental and progressive groups that are looking for full-time staff to build their organizations and help them create social change and protect our environment.

In the next few months, Green Corps invites 35 college graduates to join Green Corps in 2013 -2014. They’re looking for people who are serious about saving the planet, people who have taken initiative on their campus or community, and people who are willing to roll up their sleeves and work for change over the long haul. If you think you¹re one of those people, visit to apply to join the 2013-2014 class of Green Corps¹ Field School for Environmental Organizing.  Green Corps¹ year-long program begins in August 2013 with Introductory Classroom Training in Boston, and continues with field placements in multiple locations across the U.S. Candidates must be willing to relocate.

For more information, visit or contact Aaron Myran, Recruitment Director, at

Deadline for early applications is September 30.


Online News Producer: Wisconsin Public Radio – Madison is searching for a journalist with online skills to play a major role in coordinating and producing WPR’s online news content, by re-purposing on-air material and creating original content for the web.  Requires: bachelor’s degree; minimum 3 years journalism exp. And 2 yr. online journalism experience; strong editorial and ethical judgment.  See the details:  Betsy Nelson, 821 University Avenue, Madison, WI  53706. EOE.


The Madison Metropolitan School District is currently taking applications for a variety of positions. Visit us at to view all of our open positions & complete an application.


  • AVID Middle School Tutors
  • Program Assistant – Senior, Curriculum & Assessment Department (deadline to apply is Sept. 28, 2012)
  • Administrative Clerk – Senior, Thoreau Elementary (deadline to apply is Sept. 28, 2012)
  • School Security Assistant, Memorial High School (deadline to apply is Sept. 28, 2012)
  • School Security Assistant, West High School (deadline to apply is Sept. 28, 2012)


  • Education & Special Education Assistants (we also need substitutes for these positions; Spanish proficiency required for Bilingual EA & SEA positions).
  • High School Coaches
  • Bilingual (Spanish/English) Teachers & Professional Support Staff
  • Food Services Workers
  • And many more!!!

Questions? Comments? Contact Shauna Sendelbach at 608-663-1743 or srsendelbach@madison.k12.wi.usPrefiere recibir ayuda en español? Puede comunicarse con Isabel Simonetti al teléfono 608-663-1796 o a su correo electrónico

Every week, the MSC posts a job board with national, regional, local, and campus full-time, part-time, internship, and volunteer opportunities. 

Weekend Job Board: September 14

Gay Straight Alliance for Safe Schools (GSAFE) is hiring an Educational Justice Coalition Organizer to support the formation and work of a statewide Educational Justice Coalition.  The coalition will consist of Wisconsin organizations which focus on youth leadership, organizing, and systemic change in education for youth of color, low-income youth, immigrant youth, youth with disabilities, and/or LGBTQ youth.  Specifically, the Educational Justice Coalition Organizer will:

  • Build and/or strengthen relationships with current and potential Educational Justice Coalition members.
  • Work with coalition members to plan, convene, and facilitate regular coalition meetings as well as formalize coalition goals, strategies, and work plan.
  • Work with coalition members to develop and do community education for coalition members around a variety of educational justice issues, including protections for gender identity and expression in schools.
  • Develop coalition action teams and goals and identify plans for implementation.
  • Assist GSAFE staff in providing Educational Justice programming for youth and adults outside of the coalition as needed.
  • Complete other tasks as assigned.

To apply for this position, please send a resume and cover letter to Brian Juchems, Director of Programs, brianj@gsafewi.orgApplications must be received by 4pm on September 28, 2012. GSAFE is an equal opportunity employer.  People of color and transgender/gender non-conforming people encouraged to apply. For a more detailed job description, go to


Open positions at the Madison Metropolitan School District:

  • Educational and Special Education Assistants (we also need substitutes for these positions; Spanish proficiency required for Bilingual EA & SEA positions)
  • High School Coaches for Poms, Volleyball, Soccer, Football, and Hockey
  • French Bilingual Resource Specialist (20 hours/week)
  • Bilingual Teachers & Professional Support Staff

To Apply for Employment with the Madison Metropolitan School District:

  1. Go to
  2. Click on “Employment”
  3. Click on “Job Openings for External Candidates And Job Application”
  4. To see all openings per job category, click on any of the five (5) links in the bottom, right-hand corner under “View Available Jobs.”
  5. To begin working on an application, click on the “Create New Account” button. (If you have already created an application, you do not need to create a new one. Sign In with your username & password.)

Questions? Comments? Contact Shauna Sendelbach at 608-663-1743 or


KDAL 610AM Radio, The News and Talk Authority in Duluth, Minnesota has an immediate opening for a part-time News Anchor/Reporter. They are expanding their news operation and are looking for a solid newsperson with a passion for what is happening in the community. This individual may anchor newscasts, report, gather, write and voice news stories under deadline in a live or recorded setting and generate story ideas. This person may have the opportunity to interact with hosts on local talk shows. The right individual would be required to work weekends and a good driving record is a must. Preferred experience of 1-2 years but they would be willing to train the right individual. You’ll be joining a great team dedicated to local news. Email your MP3, cover letter and resume to: Susan Nash, KDAL-AM Radio, 11 East Superior Street, Suite 380, Duluth, MN 55802 or email to

102.5 KDWZ in Duluth, MN has a rare full-time opening for evenings in an area that has 4 colleges.  This is a live shift and the right person must know how to relate and interact to the audience on all levels. KDWZ is not your typical Top 40.  They are personality driven. If you can be creative, fresh and local every break, you could make the cut. The job may  also includes a direct role in writing station imaging, planning/executing major station promotions, public appearances and working with our Interactive Department. KDWZ is owned by Midwest Communications; a privately run company dedicated to serving the public with an awesome product. You will work in one of the finest broadcast facilities in the nation with a 100kw signal that covers an enormous region. KDWZ has a tradition of winning so a positive attitude and passion for the product is a must. Email your air check, resume and cover letter to:  or mail to KDWZ, Attn: Mark Fleischer, Brand Manager, 11 East Superior Street, Duluth, MN 55802.

Midwest Communications in Duluth, MN is looking for a Morning Show Co-Host for their 100,000 watt FM country station, 98.9 KTCO. The perfect candidate will have two plus years’ experience with country radio and hosting/co-hosting a Morning Show.  The candidate they are looking for will have great production and imaging skills, a passion for country music, a love for public appearances, a GREAT attitude and an undying lust for winning!  They’re not looking for a laugh-box or a side-kick; the ideal person will be a contributing factor to the show in all aspects; from collecting bits to helping secure interviews and more! We’re looking for a Facebook junkie who Tweets, and who can relate, through Social Media, with an already solid listening audience.  If you enjoy Blogging and spending time promoting online; they’d like to hear from you! If this job description describes you please E-mail materials TODAY to or mail to Midwest Communications, Inc., Attn:  Mark Evans, KTCO Brand Manager 11 E. Superior Street, Duluth, MN.  55802

Midwest Communications, WJXQ, WLMI, WQTX and WVIC, has an immediate opening for an administrative assistant for sales and content creation teams.  This person will work in the Holt, Michigan office. They are looking for an individual with excellent interpersonal skills, systems and organizational skills.  Direct customer service, creative writing and presentation creation skills are preferred. This work requires strong written and oral communication skills. They need someone who is proficient with Word, Excel, PowerPoint and has a passion for detail. The ability to be flexible and dependable is a must!   They are in the 24 hour broadcasting business and work hours may sometimes be outside of regular business hours. If you feel this position is right for you, please send your resume TODAY with references and salary requirements to  or fax to 517-699-1880 or mail Mike Klein, Director Of Sales, 2495 Cedar Street, Holt, MI  48842

Nacho Average Wednesday Fall Schedule

Join us on Wednesday, Sept. 12, 12:00-1:30pm, for the first Nacho Average Wednesday. Hang out, grab lunch (or a snack) and play games in the MSC Lounge (Red Gym, Second Floor). We have classic games, such as Scattergories and Twister, and Nintendo Wii games, such as Super Mario Brothers and Wii Sports. Drop in and make the yummiest nachos ever from an array of toppings: salsa, GUACAMOLE(!!!), jalapenos, sour cream, ground beef, nacho cheese, and refried beans. Below is the full schedule for the fall.

Midweek Job Board: Student Job Edition

African American Student Academic Services Office is looking to hire a Student Leadership Outreach Assistant. L&S Student Academic Affairs, Pathway Student Academic Services, African American Student Academic Services (AASAS) is a campus-wide service program. It serves as a liaison for African and African American students, the UW campus and community, in order to promote an academically and socially supportive environment for these students. It is important to provide a greater understanding of higher education within this community including collaborating with other institutional offices and/or services. In this, we help UW- Madison fulfill it’s commitments to diversity and improve student retention and graduation among this population.

The mission of the African American Student Academic Services office is to create an environment that speaks to the needs of African and African-American students through academic support, leadership development, civic engagement and cultural awareness which in turn enhances their collegiate experience. The vision of the office is to see all African and African-American students reach their full potential through personal and academic growth, leadership, and achievement as well as the successful completion of their degree.

Qualifications (In order to hold a continuous appointment as the Student Leadership Outreach Assistant, the person holding this appointment must met the following criteria):

  • Be mature, responsible and have a proven track record of being a student leader
  • Possess the ability to work collaboratively with other office and personnel in the Pathways to Excellence office
  • Good Academic Standing
  • Possess an understanding of the cultural, societal, structural, gender, etc. issues that affect African and African American students
  • Good Organizational Skills

Job Responsibilities:

  • Attend and coordinate activities and events with student associations’ chairs or co-chairs
  • Serve as a liaison between the office of AASAS and the student associations of these groups, as well as others: Wisconsin Black Student Union (WBSU), African Students Association (ASA), MultiCultural Student Coalition (MCSC), National Society of Black Engineers-Wisconsin Black Engineering Student Society (NSBE-WBESS), AAP, CeO, and the National Pan-Hellenic Council organizations
  • Assist with the overall implementation of duties and responsibilities
  • Must be mature, responsible and a team player and knowledge of computer skills especially Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, Publisher (Adobe Photoshop/Creative Suites/Dream Weaver is a plus)
  • Provide feedback to the coordinator regarding needs of different student groups
  •  Perform office miscellaneous duties and responsibilities include: Provide clerical support, develop and maintain e-mail list, coordinating mailings, transcribe information, work on special projects, and more
  • Provide reception backup to Pathways to Excellence when needed  and other duties as assigned

Salary: Negotiable with experience, 15-20 hours per week (We strongly encourage Work-Study students to apply), Please submit a cover letter, resume, and 2012 Fall semester class schedule to no later than Friday, September 14, 2012 by 4pm. 


The LGBT Campus Center is currently hiring a student to be their Event and Program CoordinatorThis position is 12-15 hours per week for the academic year when school is in session. The job of the Event and Program Coordinator is to work with student organizations and LGBT CC staff to meet LGBTQ programming needs in relationship to social justice and marginalized communities. Please see the complete job description and details on how to apply here:

Job responsibilities include:

  • Work closely with Campus Center staff to initiate, coordinate and present unique programs and events focused on marginalized communities on campus around thematic events
  • Collaborate with Campus Center staff and campus partners to present programs related to the lives andexperiences of people at the intersection of multiple identities
  • Work extensively on outreach to student organizations to support and assist in coordination of studentorganization programming
  • Work with student organizations and LGBT CC student staff to program social events
  • Collaborate with other LGBT CC student staff to provide programming-related support services focusedon social justice
  • Constructively evaluate programs, events, and volunteer opportunities

Please submit a cover letter and resume with three references (at least one work supervisor) to with the subject “Job Application and Cover Letter.” In your cover letter, please be sure to include:

  1. What experiences or qualities do you have that would assist you in this position?
  2. What makes someone capable of providing useful services to the University of Wisconsin?
  3. What interests you in the position for which you are applying?

Applications will be due by Friday, September 14 at 5:00pm. Please contact the LGBT Campus Center with any additional questions or concerns you may have.


Rural Organizing Intern (start date January 2013) with GSAFE (Gay Straight Alliance for Safe Schools): The Rural Organizing Intern will work with the Director of Programs to help strengthen our work with educators and in schools in rural regions of Wisconsin where we do not currently have strong relationships. Specifically, the Development Intern will assist in:

  • Researching models for rural LGBTQ organizing work.
  • Developing and collecting stories of leadership from people in rural areas, especially educators.
  • Work with the Department of Public Instruction and Cooperative Educational Service Areas (CESAs) to make connections and build relationships.
  • Assist local educators in identifying needs/issues of local LGBTQ youth and act as liaison in longer-term conversation about how GSAFE can support initiatives to create safe and supportive schools for LGBTQ youth.

Click GSAFE-Rural Organizing-Intern for more information.


Walgreens is actively recruiting interns:
Walgreens will be at University of Wisconsin-Madison on September 20th for the fall career fair! Additionally, they’ve revamped their  retail management internship program and will be actively recruiting students for summer 2013 for our Community Management Internship! Contact Cara Adkins, Campus Recruiter at (847) 315-8519 or with any questions.

On-Campus Interviews :  October 18, 2012 from 8:30 am – 4 pm at BCC-Grainger Hall Interview Suite! Sign up online via BuckyNet! Also, please apply at


Learning Solutions (DoIT Academic Technology) is looking to hire a student software developer: This position will be hands on software development working alongside a senior software developer to build web and mobile applications. This is an opportunity not just to learn programming languages, but gain real world experience working in a team software development environment, and use the real world tools of the trade:  version control systems, task management systems, releasing software versions and working with our clients.

Guess what!? Every Friday, the MSC posts a job board with national, regional, local, and campus full-time, part-time, internship, and volunteer opportunities.