Project for Pride in Living is hiring several students this semester in leadership roles with Youth Development, Property Management, and IT departments. Positions are posted with Student Employment and on GoldPass.
Youth Program Assistant (St. Paul)
Youth Program Assistant (S. Mpls)
Children’s Program Assistant (St. Paul) Youth Program Assistant (N. Mpls)
IT Help Desk (S. Mpls.)
Somali Interpreter (S. Mpls.)
Schedule ID: 4112
Positions Available: Business Sales Intern, Human Resources Intern and Retail Sales Intern
Apply on GoldPASS by 11/23
Schedule ID: 4117
Positions Available: Recruiter/Account Manager
Apply on GoldPASS by 11/23
Schedule ID: 4124
Positions Available: Disability Analyst- No Experience Necessary, Disability Claims (Long Term)
Apply on GoldPASS by 12/1
Fellow students, are you still looking for work-study opportunities, internships or volunteering experiences? Find below, some information that you can benefit from.
301759 – Community Builder – New Hope
301798 – Youth Program Assistant (Ft. Road Flats Apts., St. Paul)
301799 – Youth Program Assistant (Obama School – St. Paul)
301803 – Youth Program Assistant (New Hope)
301805 – Youth Program Assistant (So. Mpls)
301934 – Community Builder and Somali Interpreter – So. Mpls
302825 – Youth Program Assistant (N. Mpls)
Volunteer positions are available at locations throughout the Twin Cities, with a 1-2 day/week commitment for 7-8 weeks over the summer months.
PPL Summer Youth Programs
We are looking for consistent, enthusiastic volunteers to work with great kids this summer. PPL’s Youth Development programs provide support and opportunities for youth from low-income communities to strengthen academic engagement, improve literacy skills, and build confidence over the summer months. We currently have five summer programs in the Metro area:
Roots ‘n Reading:
You can learn more about these programs and apply at www.ppl-inc.org/how-to-help/volunteer.
Any questions, contact Anna Preus at email@example.com / 612.455.5108
Employer Spotlight Questionnaire
1. Briefly describe your organization
We help break the cycle for at-risk families and children for a total family recovery. This is accomplished through comprehensive models that include: supportive housing, case management, mental health services, parent education and child enrichment programming.
2. Please describe your company culture. What do your employees enjoy about your organization? What are some challenges they face?
We work hard and have a lot of different programs to offer our clients. We also have a lot of fun doing what we do! We have approximately 25 full time staff members and another 15 part time staffers. Some of the challenges we face are being able to provide programming for all the needs of our community.
3. What tips do have for students and alumni who are looking to enter your industry?
Be passionate about your cause and truly love what you are doing. Challenge yourself each day. Do what you love and love what you do.
Briefly describe your organization.
Hennepin County enhances the health, safety and quality of life to Hennepin County communities.It is a progressive public sector entity that employs more than 8,000 talented and diverse individuals at over 100 work sites. Headquarters and many services are located in downtown Minneapolis – easily accessible by bus and light rail.
Please describe your company culture. What do your employees enjoy about your organization?
Our employees remain at Hennepin County for the following:
- Opportunity to grow professionally
- Stability and job security
- Interesting work
- Opportunity to work and give back to the community
- Hennepin County’s reputation for being a respected employer
- Life/work balance
What are some challenges they face?
30% of our workforce is eligible to retire in the next 6 years.
When you are looking for new employees, what do you search for?
First, because all of our positions have minimum qualifications – either education, experience or both- we focus on candidates who have or in the process of obtaining the required education.
Customer focus and integrity and trust are essential. Other traits are a positive attitude, the ability to communicate effectively with different audiences, and critical thinking skills.
What does a typical hiring process look like for your organization?
Applicants apply on line, applications are reviewed to determine a top group and the top group is then sent directly to the hiring supervisor. Hiring supervisor interviews and selects the hire. We have a decentralized hiring process
What tips do have for students and alumni who are looking to enter your industry?
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Registration for the 2014 MN Education Job Fair is open! Meet school district and education organization representatives, attend district presentations, and interview for jobs. Here are the details:
2014 Minnesota Education Job Fair
Tuesday, April 8, 2014 | Minneapolis Convention Center
10:00am – 3:00pm Employer Booths Open
10:00am – 5:00pm Interviewing Area Open
The MN Education Job Fair is open to students and alumni from participating MN colleges and universities. Teacher candidates must be licensed by December 2014. Education services candidates (such as school counselors, school social workers, speech therapists, or school administrators) may also attend.
University of Minnesota (Twin Cities) Registration:
University of Minnesota (Twin Cities) students and alumni should register with CEHD Career Services by Friday, April 4, 2014 at 4:30pm. There is a $20 fee to attend. Need-based fee waivers are available.
Visit the CEHD Career Services website for more information about registration instructions, event logistics, employers attending, and preparation tips.
Beginning in January, Wayzata Public Schools will be scheduling preliminary interviews for anticipated 2014-15 teacher openings. Whether you are just beginning your career or are a seasoned veteran considering a career change, Wayzata Public Schools want to hear from you if you meet the following requirements.
• Must TRULY believe in the ability of each and every student to achieve excellence, and are confident in your ability to teach and assess all levels/types of learners.
• Must be able to follow trends and ensure that the preparation of today’s children is always focused on preparing them for the world in which they will live and work.
• Must possess the communication skills necessary to work together with colleagues, parents and students to ensure maximum student achievement and professional growth.
•Must have a high level of knowledge in your subject matter. If you are an elementary teacher this means that you must be strong in all core subjects.
•ALL CANDIDATES MUST HAVE THE INTEGRITY TO DO THE RIGHT THING IN THE RIGHT WAY AT THE RIGHT TIME, EVEN WHEN NO ONE IS AWARE.
If you meet all of these requirements above and feel that Wayzata Public Schools is the place that you want to call your home away from home, please apply online to job number 14-100.These are preliminary interviews for jobs that we anticipate having open for the 2014-15 school year. They are not representative of current active openings. This will be an excellent opportunity for you to learn more about Wayzata Public Schools and an opportunity for us to learn about you.
More Information: www.wayzata.k12.mn.us/jobpostings
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Teaching Temps, Inc. is hosting an Employment Open House on Monday, December 9th from 3:00pm-6:00pm. This open house is located at 5300 Glenwood Ave Ste 300 Minneapolis, MN 55422.
Teaching Temps, Inc. provides new teachers with teaching experience at a variety of levels, networking in area schools, and a competitive wage. Teaching Temps full time employees also receive benefits. Many teachers receive offers for full-time positions after working with Teaching Temps! Teaching Temps is actively seeking teachers with certification and teachers working on certification for full-time and part-time positions. Everyone is welcome and highly encouraged to come to the Teaching Temps Employment Open House!