Penske Trucking Leasing Company is hosting on-campus interviews on December 10th! They have an interview sign up for their PT Rental Agent position and their full-time Management Sales Trainee program. The Rental Agent position is a great part-time postition for a college student. While the full-time Management Sales Trainee program is a wonderful entry level sales position.
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Work Effects, an HR strategy consulting company, is looking for a Human Resource Development Intern and a Marketing Communications Intern.
Work Effects is currently looking for an energetic, organized, detail-oriented undergraduate or graduate student to serve as our HRD Intern. This person will assist in creating leadership development curricula, training materials, and administrative guidebooks to support our suite of Leadership and Organization Development products. Find out more information WE HRD Intern Job Description Spring 2014.docx
Work Effects is currently looking for a detail-oriented student with expertise in marketing and an interest in HR and consulting. This intern will be responsible for performing a variety of marketing communications, and sales-related activities in an HR consulting context. Find out more information WE MarCom Intern Job Description Spring 2014.docx
The Minneapolis Public School District’s after school program called Minneapolis Kids is hiring both permanent and substitute positions! Minneapolis Kids are looking for energetic college students who could work afternoon hours. This experience provides a great hands-on experience for college students. Minneapolis Kids said, “Our students feed off the energy and passion that college students bring!”
Check out the flier with details on their upcoming Job Fair.Minneapolis Kids Hiring Fair (1).pdf
Apply anytime online!
Project Footsteps, Inc. is offering positions for Youth Leadership Retreat Coordinator, Human Resource Assistant, Business Administration Intern, Marketing & Development Coordinator, and Graphic Designer!
About Project Footsteps:
Project Footsteps is a non-profit organization that serves to inspire, empower and prepare young people to be agents of change and become social leaders within their schools, communities and organizations. Since 2008 we have provided youth driven program experiences both long-term and introductory level that have inspired thousands of students to become leaders in action.
Check out the positions on GoldPASS: Youth Leadership Retreat Coordinator, Human Resource Assistant, Business Administration Intern, Marketing & Development Coordinator, and Graphic Designer
Minneapolis Public Schools are hosting a Special Education Screening Fair November 22nd from 8:00am-4:00pm!
Minneapolis Public Schools are seeking individuals who are:
-Fully licensed in Special Ecuation (EBD, LD, DCD, ECSE, ABS, ASD)
-Special Education Teachers with Autism Certification
-December 2013 Special Education Graduates
To be considered for this opportunity, please contact: Cherse Williams, HR Consultant, at 612-668-0503
This recruitment event will be held on Thursday, November 7th, 2013 from 2:30-4:30pm in the STSS Interview Center, Room 524. This annual career event for HRD and BME majors attracts a range of employers with several internship and career opportunities! They are interested specifically in meeting our HRD and BME students! Please come prepared to talk about your knowledge and experiences with our invited employers. Bring your resume and dress to impress!
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Teaching Temps, Inc. is hosting an Employment Open House on November 12th from 10am-2pm! This open house is for interested candidates to come and learn more about Teaching Temps in a low key, no pressure environment. If you’ve ever wonder what they do, this is your chance to find out!
Teaching Temps offer employment for licensed teachers, educational assistants, and early childhood staff. Working for them is a great way to fine-tune your teaching skills, explore the Twin Cities education market and gain a variety of hands-on experience. They also offer long-term and permanent placement, hands-on-experience and competitive wages! They are dedicated to the success of teachers and will work with you to advance your careers.
Find out more information on Facebook! Interested candidates can RSVP here.
If you are unable to attend the job fair, but are interested in employment, please email your resume!
Want to learn more about graduate programs in Multicultural College Teaching and Learning? Attend one of the following information sessions hosted by the Department of Postsecondary Teaching and Learning! This informational opportunity will provide answers to your questions about graduate programs, career options, and the application process. Come discuss how these programs may fit into your overall career goals of working in higher education! The first session will be held Wednesday, October 23rd, from 5:00‐6:00 pm in 211A Burton Hall. The next session will be held November 5th, from 4:00‐5:00 pm in 211A Burton Hall. Feel free to attend an open class on October 30th 4:15-7:00 PM in Burton Hall room 227. The class will be PsTL 5106 Multicultural Teaching and Learning in Postsecondary Contexts. Come to an open class on November 12th 4:30-7:20 PM at STSS in room 432B. This course will be PsTL 5212 Multicultural Theories of College Student Development Applied to Teaching and Learning!
PsTL Graduate Information sessions – Fall 2013-1 (1).pdf
Contact Rhiannon Williams, Recruitment Coordinator, with questions at email@example.com.
Visit the PsTL website at: www.cehd.umn.edu/PsTL/Graduate/
October 2013: Employer of the Month: Minnesota Reading and Math Corps
Describe your organization.
Minnesota Reading Corps and Math Corps provide rigorous training to literacy and math tutors who serve one year in a Minnesota school. Tutors, who serve as AmeriCorps members, help children get on track to read successfully by the end of third grade or become algebra-ready by eighth grade. Tutors commit to 11 months, during which they grow their own skills and network and earn money for student loans or tuition costs, all while making an impact on children’s lives. Immediate openings are available and can be seeing by clicking on this map. Those interested can apply at www.MinnesotaReadingCorps.org or www.MinnesotaMathCorps.org. The application to become a tutor in the 2014-15 program year opens December 15.
What do your employees enjoy about Minnesota Reading and Math Corps? What are some of the challenges they face?
Tutors say the biggest reward of serving is building meaningful relationships with their students and watching them grow their reading or math skills to reach grade level. Most tutors who are recent college grads say they join to start their career in a meaningful way. Some are interested in becoming educators and Reading Corps or Math Corps provides a foot in the door at a school, but others see the year as a time to find direction in their undefined career. Because our programs are research-based, tutors implement a data-driven and scripted model. For some, that structure can be a challenge. However, when most tutors see the progress their students make, they strongly believe in being loyal to our model. Another challenge is stretching the AmeriCorps stipend to fit their financial needs. They plan accordingly and we encourage our applicants to only accept a position if they are certain the stipend will meet their needs.
When you are looking for employees, what do you search for?
Our tutors all care about making an impact on children’s lives. We look for that desire to work with youth and make a difference. Strong candidates are those who have experience working with youth, experience with previous service or volunteer work, who are committed to the 11 month experience and present a professional application.
Do you have any tips to share with students or business professionals that are looking to enter the workforce?
You must have self awareness. To interview well, to work and communicate well with others and to pursue your interests, you must reflect upon your own accomplishments, desires and moments of learning.
What sets your organization apart?
Our programs are unique in that we have grown to a size unknown to other state AmeriCorps programs in the country, and are seeing results now recognized nationally. Serving with Minnesota Reading Corps or Math Corps is to be a part of something that is truly having a real impact on Minnesota’s future.
Are you a recent alumni or emerging professional? Come to a Professional Networking Event on October 29th, 5:50pm-7:30pm at 612 Brew in Minneapolis. This event will include food, brewery tour, tasting and cash bar! A reporter from the Star Tribune (and UMN alum) will talk about how she identifies the best of the Twin Cities scene in articles she writes.
Register and get more information: www.minnesotaalumni.org/keepingitlocal