Program Coordinator for Gender Learning Community at UW-Madison: Works 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.
- 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 MoveOn.org, and Bill McKibben, author and founder of “350.org”.
- 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 http://www.greencorps.org 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.
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: www.wpr.org/about/online_news_pd.cfm. Betsy Nelson, 821 University Avenue, Madison, WI 53706. Betsy.email@example.com. EOE.
The Madison Metropolitan School District is currently taking applications for a variety of positions. Visit us at www.mmsd.org 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. Prefiere recibir ayuda en español? Puede comunicarse con Isabel Simonetti al teléfono 608-663-1796 o a su correo electrónico email@example.com.