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The Family Partnership is looking for a School Success Intern

The Family Partnership
4123 E Lake Street
Minneapolis, MN 55406
Position: School Success Intern
Department: School Success
Department Description: The School Success Department is looking to hire a School Success Intern to assist the School Success team. The school success program aims to increase rates of school success among children. Currently, they are working closely with Hennepin County Attorney’s Be@School program which works with children and families struggling with truancy. Your duties will include various things, ranging from general office work, to connecting families with essential resources that help them overcome the barriers to school success, to arranging intake appointments with clients. It is essential that you are flexible with work assignments. You may also work with the Youth on the Move Program.
Qualifications/Requirements: An undergraduate student preferably majoring in FSoS (or a closely related field) who is willing to commit for at least a semester, however, the longer commitment, the better**. Approximately 8 hours a week, at least 2 days a week, however this may fluctuate depending on assignments given. Daytime hours, before 5:00 pm are best as the School Success will not be around after that time. It is important that you are self motivated, as often times you may be the only one in the office from the School Success team. Strong communication and organizational skills with attention to detail. Moderate computer skills. Ability to handle confidential information and be discrete and professional. Ability to work well independently and as part of a team is very important. Flexible with work assignments. Ability to work with diverse people in regards to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status or sexual orientation.
**Your duties and responsibilities MAY become more focused on field work and hands on experience over time if the School Success Team believes you are able and if opportunities arise.
For more information, and to apply, contact Jed Lundeen at Please include cover letter, resume, and references. Within the cover letter, make sure to state your availability.

Project for Pride in Living Internship Opportunities!

Safer Strategies Initiative Coordinator & Family Support Intern
Position Title: Safer Strategies Initiative Coordinator (Intern)
Organization: Project for Pride in Living (PPL)
Program: Property Management
Site: PPL Service Center and a variety of PPL housing locations
Supervisor: Property Management Facilities Coordinator
Schedule: 20 plus hours/week, flexible schedule to be determined between supervisor and intern (during business hours: M-F, 8 am-5 pm
Summer Position: June – August (can start earlier if available)
Fall Semester Position: September – December
Program Description:
Formerly homeless and very low income households experience higher rates of chronic and serious health issues including asthma. The Safer Strategies Initiative was launched by PPL to focus on a key trigger of asthma attacks — pesticides and their increased use in response to bed bug control. Through the use of a nationally-trained canine detection team, strategic prevention inspections, tenant and staff training, and a new low-chemical pest control response, Safer Strategies intends to achieve and demonstrate reduced pest infestations and a safer environment for children. This is an excellent opportunity for a student in the fields of public or environmental health or social work.
Responsibilities & Duties:
• Coordinate communication between pest control inspector, pest control treatment contractor, and PPL Property Managers and Self-Sufficiency Program staff. Manage master schedule of inspections and treatments.
• Assess needs of participating households and support residents to prepare for inspections and treatments: reviewing prep checklist, providing education, demonstrating proper preparation techniques, delivering plastic bags/boxes/quarters, and answering questions. This will be done over the phone and through in-person home visits.
• Develop culturally appropriate materials to education residents on pest control procedures.
• Support project through additional activities as requested, including data collection.
• Experience communicating and working with diverse communities
• Excellent interpersonal skills; ability to engage and reassure residents who may be reluctant due to stigma around issue
• Comfort performing home visits with residents who have been cited with pest control problems
• Reliable transportation
• Quick learner and ability to navigate multiple systems
• Detail orientated and good at managing multiple details
• Background in public health or social work a plus
• Bilingual in Somali a plus
• Mileage reimbursement for internship-related travel
• Stipend available upon successful completion of internship – amount dependent on total number of hours to be negotiated with student before internship begins
Application Process:
Please direct a cover letter and resume to Julie Huck, Volunteer Program Mgr., at The selection process includes an interview, references and background check.

Minnesota Twins Part-Time Job Posting: New Business Developmen​t Rep

New Business Development Representative
EXTERNAL applicants should apply online via
INTERNAL applicants please apply via the ADP self service portal. Contact Holly Corbin at if you do not know your internal login, please do not set up a new account.
The Minnesota Twins seek aggressive, committed, energetic individuals to sell Twins season ticket packages and group tickets. This is a part-time, entry level position. We are looking for individuals that are highly motivated, competitive and committed to developing a career in the sports industry.
• Conduct telephone campaigns to acquire new business, and generate incremental revenue.
• Make a minimum of 75 outbound phone calls per day
• Meet or exceed weekly, monthly and yearly ticket sales goals
• Maintain accurate documentation of all correspondence, prospects and feedback
• Assist customers in securing the preferred programs, seats and events that best fit their needs
• Provide superior service to all customers
• Represent the Club in a positive and professional manner during home games and select events
• Other related duties as required
• Excellent oral communication, customer service and problem solving skills
• Proven ability to meet goals and work well with co-workers and supervisors in a team environment
• Strong organizational and time management skills
• Ability to function in a fast-paced environment, handle multiple projects and meet deadlines
• Proficient computer skills including experience with MS Office products such as Word, Excel and Outlook, as well as, ability to learn and master new software programs
• Consistent, punctual and regular attendance
• Available to work flexible hours including holidays, evenings and weekends
• Previous sports and/or sales experience is preferred.
• 4-year college degree is required.

CLA Employer Relations Assistant Position

Employer Relations Assistant Position
Part-time student position in CLA Career Services. This rewarding opportunity supports the work of CLA’s Employer Relations team in building strong relationships with a variety of employers who are interested in recruiting CLA students. Primary responsibilities include assistance with managing GoldPASS and employer relations-related projects.
The start date for this position is May or June 2013. Priority deadline for students to apply is May 3rd.
Students should apply via the HR Job Center web site (search on requisition #184167, Employer Relations Assistant, CLA Career Services).
View the position description on the HR Job Center web site here:
Students may also view and apply for the position via GoldPASS at Search on job posting ID #94289.
All qualified, registered U of M undergraduate students (sophomore or junior year preferred) regardless of undergraduate major/college may apply. CLA students in their sophomore or junior year are strongly encouraged to apply.
Questions? Please contact Beth Lory at or 612-624-7387.

On-campus Interviews with Shakopee Schools

On-campus Interviews with Shakopee School District:
Interview date on-campus: Wednesday, May 8th, 2013
12:00pm-4:30pm (candidates are pre-selected by the employer in GoldPASS)
All applicants must apply through GoldPASS.
Science Teacher| Shakopee School District
Deadline to apply: May 1st, 2013 at 12:00pm
Math Teacher| Shakopee School District
Deadline to apply: May 1st 2013 at 12:00pm
Physical Education & Health Teacher| Shakopee School District
Deadline to apply: May 1st, 2013 at 12:00pm
Music Teacher| Shakopee School District
Deadline to apply: May 1st, 2013 at 12:00pm
English Language Learner Teacher| Shakopee School District
Deadline to apply: May 1st, 2013 at 12:00pm

Kinesiolog​y – Exercise Science Job opportunit​y for Students

Shoreview Parks & Recreation are seeking for some qualified, enthusiastic personal trainers!
We are specifically looking for someone who can work weekends and evenings, but the schedule is flexible. The pay rate is $17-$20 per hour depending on experience/qualifications. We do require either a Masters Degree in Kinesiology or a related field or a Personal Training certification.
Here is a link to our job posting:
Here is a link to our facility: