spring 2019

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Student Worker Position: CSCI Department Student Services

The Department of Computer Science & Engineering is looking to hire a student worker for summer. Please share with your undergraduate students who may still be looking for employment options. Continued flexible employment during the school year is possible and preferred. Freshman and sophomore students are strongly encouraged to apply!

Here’s how students can access the job posting:

  • Go to the MyU Portal:  www.myu.umn.edu

  • Under “Key Links” click on the first heading, “Twin Cities Employment Center”

  • Under the heading Employment/Job Openings click on “Student Jobs”

  • Click on “online postings” Under Steps to Finding a Student Job

  • Enter the job opening number – 308776 – in the “Search Jobs” box.


Park Ranger – Interpretation (I)

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/531381200  

Department: Department of the Interior

Agency: National Park Service

Location: Saint Paul, MN

Salary: $17.44 per hour 

Series and Grade: GS-0025-05

Open Period: Tuesday, April 23, 2019 to Saturday, April 27, 2019 or until 100 applicant limit is met

Position Information: Temporary –  not to exceed 1039 Hours (6 months).
Anticipated start date = May 2019, anticipated full-time work until the end of September (maybe longer depending on work load and funding)

Who May Apply:  Open to the public

Presents talks/demonstrations and leads tours providing general information. Develops and prepares occasional programs/tours of a more specific nature that are of interest to the employee and are consistent with site interpretive themes. Provide information and directions in the park’s information center. Opens and closes facilities; maintains supplies and brochures about the Park/Memorial and surrounding attractions. Completes forms for lost and found, daily reports, and routine use logs; handles telephone inquiries, radio calls, and messages for information. Carries out elements of the Junior Ranger program, Assists with special events, and operates audiovisual equipment. Conduct day to day operations including planning, developing interpretive media, social media content, and visitor operations.

International Student and Scholar Services Hiring Student Workers for Summer

International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) office is looking to hire 4 student workers to join their front desk (Welcome Center) team starting this summer.

The position is listed as Welcome Center Student Assistant position on the University employment webpage. Job ID: 329648

Feel free to contact Grace Machoki (612 626 7455/mach0114@umn.edu) if you have any questions about the position.


National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition Communications Internship

Deadline to apply: April 30th, 2019

The National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition (NABS) is looking for a current undergraduate or graduate student as an intern for the summer of 2019. The internship is a full-time position over the course of 10– 12 weeks (400 hours). Beginning and ending dates would be between May and September and are negotiable. Salary will be $15.00 per hour. As temporary employees of NABS, interns are not eligible for employee benefits.
 
Read the full posting and apply here.

Join CLA Advising! Hiring Peer Adviser & Office Assistant

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Work as a Peer Adviser/Office Assistant in Heller Hall this summer! CLA Advising is looking for enthusiastic CLA undergrads to lead orientations and manage the front desk. 

Please see the front desk at CLA Heller Hall Advising if you have any questions about the position!

UMN Job ID: 329591.


One Stop Student Services Customer Relations Representative

One Stop Student Services is currently hiring multiple student Customer Relations Representatives for our East Bank and St. Paul locations. Starting pay is $13/hour

The Customer Relations Representative position focuses on helping students, families, and the University community. Through delivering high-quality telephone service, Customer Relations Representatives provide essential information, aid in navigation of online resources, and answer questions in the areas of registration, financial aid, student records, billing, and payment.

One Stop’s thorough, comprehensive training program is a great opportunity for Customer Relations Representatives to become more knowledgeable about the University of Minnesota and work closely with professional staff.

To apply, follow the following links:

East Bank: Job ID 329516
St. Paul: Job ID 329545


Apply for the Student Legal Services Board of Directors!

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The Student Legal Service Board of Directors currently has applications open. The Board of Directors is responsible for promoting the Student Legal Service office and the policy areas we cover. If you are interested in gaining valuable leadership, event planning, and management experience, apply for a position.

Applications for the 2019-2020 Board of Directors are due April 15th.

You can access the online application here. For a detailed outline of the position, please visit our website. Feel free to email uslsbod@umn.edu regarding any questions on the position or the application process.


Transportation Security Officers at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP)

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has openings for full-time and part-time Transportation Security Officer (TSO) position at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP). No experience is required.

Full-time and part-time pay rate starts at $20.06 per hour plus federal benefits, 5% pay increase once you full certify ~ 6 months, parking or transit subsidy, 10% shift differential pay, and 25% Sunday differential pay. 

 Interested candidates can apply online at https://tsajobs.tsa.dhs.gov or call the TSA Help Desk at 877-872-7990.

Please note that candidates need to be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or equivalent at the time of application submission.

If you have any questions or would like additional information about TSA recruitment, please contact Eric Pickmosa in Recruitment Strategy at eric.pickmosa@mailserver-hraccess.tsa.dhs.gov or by calling 262-227-6513.  For more detailed local information on TSA Minnesota opportunities, you may also reach (MSP) Kristen Anetipa at (952) 229-3866.


Community Action Volunteering and Internship Positions

POLICY DEVELOPMENT INTERN

Assist with the update of Head Start policies and procedures for Community Action Partnership of Ramsey & Washington Counties.

Email resume and references to: volunteers@caprw.org or call 651-603-5979; and,
Complete a Registration Form at caprw.org/volunteer 
 

MARKETING AN EDUCATION

Assist with the marketing efforts and enrollment process of new Head Start families located in Ramsey County. Please complete a Registration Form at http://www.caprw.org/volunteer/volunteer-opportunities/ for additional information contact volunteers@caprw.org or 651-603-5979.

KEEP KIDS COOL

Collect & assemble kits to help low-income infants to age 5 have a fun summer. An individual or group of volunteers will host a collection drive and/or purchase items which will be assembled by that individual/team into kits. Volunteers of any age are welcome. Hat, sunscreen, mosquito spray; other items optional. Registration Form and list of items to collect are at http://www.caprw.org/volunteer/volunteer-opportunities/ Contact the Volunteer Specialist before you begin at volunteers@caprw.org or 651-603-5979.
MAKE THE FUTURE BRIGHT (fall-semester & spring-semester only)

Enjoy the energy of preschoolers as they learn! Assist classroom teachers with students age 3-5. Weekday daytime hours Monday-Thursday in St Paul or New Brighton. Please complete a Registration Form at http://www.caprw.org/volunteer/volunteer-opportunities/ Contact the Volunteer Specialist at volunteers@caprw.org or 651-603-5979.


Admin Consultant/Analyst 1 Position available at University of Minnesota Office of Measurement Services (OMS)

The University of Minnesota Office of Measurement Services is pleased to announce an
opening for an Admin Consultant/Analyst 1 in our Survey Services division. The position
requires a Bachelor’s Degree and 6 years of experience including knowledge of survey best practices, data collection, data analysis, and/or publication of findings. The position also requires experience with managing projects, Qualtrics, and experience with a data analysis tool such as SPSS, R, Tableau or other statistical analysis software.

Job duties include research and outreach, project management, consulting, and reporting, data analysis and reporting, survey administration and reporting, and supervision.

To apply, please go to employment.umn.edu, type in 329093, and follow the instructions. Questions should be directed to Mark Miazga at 612-624-0675 or miazg003@umn.edu.


Saint Paul Police Law Enforcement Career Path Academy Accepting Applications

The Saint Paul Police Law Enforcement Career Path Academy (LECPA) is for young adults who are interested in becoming Saint Paul Police Officers but face financial and/or other barriers to attending college and finding employment.

Learn more and apply here.


Hiring Student Positions at Career Services Administration

There are two student employment openings in Career Services Administration (411 Bruininks). ** WORK STUDY FUNDING IS NEEDED FOR THESE POSITIONS.**

Office Assistant (GoldPASS Job ID 2509323)
Graphic Design Office Assistant – helps produce the Career Backpack (GoldPASS Job ID 2509432)

Office Assistant Position Summary
This position serves as the face of Career Services in 411 Bruininks. In addition to welcoming visitors, scheduling appointments, and coordinating drop-ins, Office Assistants have the opportunity to pick up other projects according to their skill set and career objectives.

Office assistants work closely with career counselors from CLA, CCAPS, CDES, and CFANS as well as CLA Career Services peer advisors. Students in this position typically find it to be a great opportunity for their own career development.

Graphic Design Office Assistant Position Summary
In addition to the front desk tasks of the Office Assistant, this position works closely with career services staff to produce the bi-weekly social media newsletter: Career Backpack. The student will have the opportunity to produce additional graphic design and marketing material such as brochures, flyers, and web content.

We are working hard to hire students representative of the student body and are particularly looking for diverse student candidates.

HOW TO APPLY: Please promote to any students who may be interested! They can send a resume and cover letter directly to Jessica Hoarn at jhoarn@umn.edu.

Students are also welcome to apply through GoldPASS and the UMN employment site.


National History Day Judges Needed

National History Day in Minnesota (http://education.mnhs.org/historyday/) a partnership between the Minnesota Historical Society and the College of Liberal Arts, seeks judges for State History Day on May 4, which will be held on the Twin Cities campus.
 
To be a judge, you only need to have an interest in history, to be able to interact with young people, to have a critical eye, and to give constructive feedback.
 
If you are interested you can register here, and find additional information here.

Learning Abroad Center Hiring Student Positions

Enrollment Services Assistant

The Learning Abroad Center is looking for 3 students with intercultural experience to join our Enrollment Services Team for Summer 2019 or Fall 2019 and beyond. Students with experience organizing data, working in databases, and/or strong attention to detail will be successful in this position.  Work-study funds and previous study abroad experience are NOT required. 

Please encourage interested students to submit an application via employment.umn.edu (Job ID: 329171) and direct any questions to Nancy Vang at vangn@umn.edu or 612-301-1571. Priority application deadline: Monday, March 25.

Peer Adviser

The Learning Abroad Center is looking to hire 4 Peer Advisers to start Summer 2019 or Fall 2019. Peer Advisors work the LAC front desk in our Resource Center. They need to be good at assisting others, have strong attention to detail, and comfortable managing multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment. Previous study abroad experience is required. Work-study funds are NOT required.

Interested students, please submit an application via employment.umn.edu (Job ID: 329173) and direct any questions to Kelley Redmond at redmo061@umn.edu or 612-626-2330. Priority application deadline: Monday, March 25.


Summer Internships with the MN Historical Society

Apply by March 24th!

The MN Historical Society’s Department of Inclusion & Community Engagement (DICE) is hiring two programs interns this summer to support their teen programming and community engagement work. Students with or without History majors will be considered. Find the position description here

While it says internships are unpaid, MHS offers diversity stipends that largely fund students from underrepresented backgrounds. Starting in July, students will earn $13.25/hour. 

They also have additional internships across other departments at the Minnesota Historical Society. Students are encouraged to apply for multiple positions of interest to them.

Applications will be accepted until March 24th. Students that have questions about the application process should email internships@mnhs.org


Lindahl Academic Center Tutoring Program Needs Tutors!

The Lindahl Academic Center is recruiting tutors for summer and fall 2019! We are looking for tutors from a wide variety of programs and majors such as:

  • Carlson
  • Engineering
  • Economics
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Biology
  • Kinesiology
  • and many others!


We are looking for graduate students, seniors, juniors and sophomores with strong academic performance. Our application is easy to complete and can be found on our website:

http://lindahlacademiccenter.umn.edu/apply_tutor.html


Emerging Leaders in Law Summer Clerkship at Student Legal Service

Apply by March 10th!

The Emerging Leaders in the Law Clerkship is a practical, hands-on program open to all
University of Minnesota undergraduates considering a career in the law, with a specific
focus on those who are traditionally underrepresented in the legal field. Undergraduate
students entering their Junior and Senior years will be given preference.

Clerks must commit to Tuesday and Wednesdays, 8:00am – 4:30pm, and four additional
hours during the week (total of 20 hours/week), from June 4 – June 26, 2019. Clerks will
be paid $12 per hour.

Apply here by March 10th, 2019. 


CIA Undergraduate Scholarship Program

Applications accepted from February 15th – July 31st

Apply to the CIA’s Undergraduate Scholarship Program as an undergraduate freshman if you’re interested in national security and U.S. foreign policy position at the CIA. In addition to a year-round salary and up to $18K for tuition and books, students will earn work experience through summer internships at the CIA in Washington, D.C.. Students will also have a job waiting for them at the Agency if they perform well in the program. 

Go to cia.gov/careers/student-opportunities for more information and to apply. 


AshaUSA Mental Health Matters Summer Internship

AshaUSA is a non-profit organization focused on promoting health and harmony in the South Asian community. Based on our research, the community has identified Mental health as one of the areas which has been identified as one of the top priorities.

For South Asians in particular, the expectations in education, career and family life can be exceedingly high. South Asians tend to internalize their stress and emotional problems, minimizing the intensity of what they are experiencing or having physical symptoms that are indirect expressions of the stress. Acknowledging the mental health symptoms and explaining them to the people who care, will likely bring great relief.

Major hurdles in preventing South Asians from seeking Mental Health help are stigma associated with mental health, myths and stereotypes about causes, treatment and care of mental health problems.

Job description:

  • Gain an understanding of the current efforts by reviewing current activities and the marketing material
  • Develop a strategic plan (should include short term and long term action plan) for AshaUSA’s mental health initiative in order to have a bigger impact.
    • This will require students to interview key leaders in the community, AshaUSA board, and other industry leaders.
    • Review mental health initiatives of other South Asian organizations from other states with in US, Canada, and UK
  • Develop various marketing materials – brochures, flyers, PSA’s
  • Present the strategic plan to potential partners and get their buy in.
  • Volunteer 5 to 10 hours per week

Interested applicants should send their resume/CV and a brief (1-2 paragraphs) letter of interest to apply ashausa2014@gmail.com.

President’s Emerging Scholars (PES) Peer Mentor Position

The President’s Emerging Scholars (PES) Program seeks applications for the PES peer mentor position. Qualified candidates are current first- and second-year PES students who will dedicate themselves to developing authentic, high-quality, personal mentoring relationships with other students in PES.

If you know current first- or second-year PES students who will do well in this role, please complete the following form for each nominee at z.umn.edu/PESNomination.

More information about the position and application process can be found at z.umn.edu/PESMentor.

Please also encourage qualified candidates to attend one of the following information sessions:

  • Monday, January 28, 12:30-1:30 | 319 Appleby Hall
  • Tuesday, January 29, 12:30-1:30 | 3 Appleby Hall
  • Tuesday, January 29, 4-5 | 3 Appleby Hall
  • Wednesday, January 30, 12:30-1:30 | 319 Appleby Hall
  • Wednesday, January 30, 4-5 | 226 Appleby Hall

Thanks in advance for your help with this process! Questions can be directed to Will O’Berry, PES Program Coordinator, at woberry@umn.edu.


United States Postal Inspection Service Summer Internship

The U.S. Postal Inspection Service (USPIS) in Minneapolis is seeking undergraduate and graduate students for two summer internship positions.  Successful applicants will gain unique and valuable experiences working in a federal law enforcement setting while completing independent projects exploring the career field.  Interns will assist agents with financial crimes and narcotics investigations resulting in both federal and state prosecution.

Please note the application deadline of March 22, 2019.

The USPIS internship is unpaid and students must receive university credit for their experience.

Find the application here. Contact Postal Inspector Matt Hoffman for more information at mjhoffman@uspis.gov.


Student Research Support Assistant

CLA’s Liberal Arts Technologies and Innovation Services (LATIS) Team is searching for an undergraduate student worker to assist with research project creation, testing and support. Students in social sciences or liberal arts fields are preferred.

The LATIS Research unit is located in 25 Blegen Hall. Students would work 10-20 hours per week.

Review the job posting here. If interested, send your resume and cover letter to Dr. Alicia Hofelich Mohr at hofelich@umn.edu.


Student Work Position with the Computer Science and Engineering Department

The Computer Science and Engineering Department is looking for a non-CSCI major or minor to work in their front office part time. Freshmen and Sophomores are encouraged to apply. Applicants must have work study funding and be available between 11am and 1pm during the work week.

Find more information on the application’s web page here.


Mental Health Intern with Brooklyn Park Police Department

Closes 1/18/2019, 11:59pm

The City of Brooklyn Park, Minnesota’s sixth largest municipality, is seeking applicants for an internship position with the Brooklyn Park Police Department. We are looking for a highly motivated and dependable individual who can work in a fast paced
environment. This position will provide a great opportunity to work in a diverse community and develop skills for career development.

The primary responsibilities of this position will include collecting and analyzing data for the Brooklyn Park Police Department’s mental health initiative. The person in this position will review mental health related reports, mine data and assist in creating presentation materials. This is an ongoing internship.

Apply and learn more here.


Equity and Engagement Internship with Project for Pride in Living

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The Equity and Engagement Intern will support the work of the NDP ( DEI, Neighborhood Engagement & Public Policy) committees. The work of the NDP committees is to support and champion PPL’s strategic plan initiatives by, 1) deepening and strengthening community partnerships; 2) fostering and striving to create diverse, equitable, and inclusive programs and services for residents, participants, and staff; and 3) supporting advocacy efforts to elevate participants and resident voice.

The internship is unpaid and offers 10-12 hours per week. Learn more here.


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Interested in a directed study focused on radical trust and libraries?

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The Resilient Communities Project (RCP) at UofM is seeking a student during spring semester who is interested in collaborating with Scott County Libraries to explore the concept of open libraries and radical trust.

Radical trust necessitates a redefinition and redistribution of power and influence. In a traditional library model, the power lies with the staff (in an access-gatekeeping role to the physical space, influencing decisions that affect end-user access). An Open Libraries model would redistribute power and influence over space to users.

Research questions may include: What consequences might occur from redistributing power and influence on the space from the librarians to library users? What conditions are necessary for radical trust in a community? Why might a community resist the concept of radical trust? What undermines social trust in a community? What do libraries do to build (or deter) radical trust? How do you measure social trust in a library?

This is a great opportunity for a student who is interested in collaborating on a real-world, local project. The scope of the project is flexible and will be finalized in conversation with your faculty adviser and the project lead. Reimbursement will be provided for travel expenses to Scott County.

Learn more about Scott County’s Open Self-Serve Library Feasibility Assessment project and contact Sarah at tschi066@umn.edu for more info.


Law Enforcement Analyst Intern, City of Eden Prairie

Full job posting: https://umn.joinhandshake.com/jobs/2218363

Position Responsibilities

The Law Enforcement Analyst Intern position assists in analyzing crime patterns and trends to assist with resource deployment for crime prevention and suppression and to aid the investigation process. The Law Enforcement Analyst Intern is expected to perform the following functions: The primary position responsibilities and areas of impact are:

1)     Support Investigations by creating databases for analysis, extracting and verifying pertinent information, managing and organizing information, providing leads, performing data mining and proactively developing targets for further investigation.

2)     Support Patrol by analyzing crime trends, crime patterns and accident statistics using GIS mapping to identify and plan targeted enforcement activities.

3)     Produce visual exhibits such as charts and timelines via computer applications.

4)     Create Eden Prairie based intelligence/activity bulletins to share timely information with department staff, community members and local businesses.

While these areas are the primary focus of the position, we believe strongly in teamwork and employees will be called upon to perform a variety of duties as a part of their role with the City.

Education: High school diploma required; must be pursuing or have recently completed a bachelor’s or master’s degree in a related field such Criminal Justice, Social Sciences, Analytics or similar. 

Work Experience: Must have experience working independently with minimal supervision in a busy environment; previous internship preferred; must be able to obtain federal secret clearance level.

Technical Skills: Proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and Outlook); advanced word processing and composition skills required, a cover letter and resume must be attached with application; Experience using GIS or computer-based analysis programs is preferred.

Application Deadline: Friday, December 28, 2018 at 4:00pm

Review Applications: Week of January 1, 2018

First Round Interviews: Week of January 7, 2019

Final Round Interviews: Week of January 14, 2019

Potential Start Date: February 2019 (flexible depending on school schedule)


For soon-to-be grads: Hiring Part-Time Director for Mapping Prejudice Project

The Director of the Mapping Prejudice Project is responsible for the overall mission and vision of the project, including community engagement, outreach, core project deliverables, and research directions.
The job requires a BA/BS degree in history or a related field.

Learn more here or find the job posting using Job ID #327591 on the University’s job search page.


Volunteer as a Winter Sports Coach for MPRB!

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The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) is seeking enthusiastic volunteer coaches for youth hockey, basketball and wrestling.

  • Practices start in December
  • Athletes are ages 6-18
  • Teams practice 1-2 times per week
  • Games are scheduled for a weeknight and/or Saturdays (January-February or March)
  • MPRB will provide orientation for all new coaches
  • Can’t coach this winter? We’ll need coaches for Baseball, Softball, T-ball,
    and Track & Field next spring/summer

Contact (612) 230-6493 or recvolunteers@minneapolisparks.org.

Apply here.


Paid Youth Project Internship for the District 1 Community Council

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District 1 Community Council (D1CC) is seeking to understand the needs for youth programs in our district. We will be gathering feedback through community activities that will collect info from the community in order to inform the District’s goals for high-quality youth programs.

Job Description

District 1 Community Council is seeking to fill two youth internships to support the planning process for youth programs and needs in D1CC. The Youth Project Interns will support the work of the independent consultant and November 2018 – June 2019. Youth Project Interns will receive payment/stipend (about $100/month).  This internship will be approx 50 hours.

Youth Project Interns will:

  • Provide administrative support to the youth programs project.

  • Provide support to the community data collection.

  • Attend meetings with the planning team.

  • Support efforts focused on community engagement that may include sending reminders, follow up calls to ensure that we hear from youth and adult community members.

  • Participate in other duties as assigned that are relevant to the project.

Job seeker requirements:

  • Must be a young person between the ages 15-24. Priority is given to young people currently living in District 1 (map on our website).

  • Have some administrative and writing experiences like taking notes, compiling information, using Google docs, helping to run meetings, composing emails, etc.

  • Be comfortable and some experience with social media.

  • Help with community outreach such as talking to other young people about the project, recruiting participants for focus groups and sharing information about the work.

  • Able to commit to project hours (which will be flexible and pre-scheduled)

For more info, contact Shaquonna Jackson at district1SJackson@gmail.com. Information is on our website at District1Council.org.

To Apply:

Please complete a copy of the application can be found on our website at District1council.org or hard copies can be picked up at our office at 2105 ½ Old Hudson Road, St. Paul, MN 55119 (Sun Ray). Applicants may also submit a resume with their application.


Part-time Receptionist Job Opening at The Link

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Not to be confused with the Link apartment complex in Stadium Village…

The Link is an organization that works with youth and families to overcome the impacts of poverty and social injustice. They offer programming in three areas: Housing & Supportive Services Division, Juvenile Justice Division, and Safe Harbor Division.

They are hiring a front desk receptionist at their Glenwood location in Minneapolis. The position is 25 hours per week with a possibility of up to 10 more hours. Find more information here.


UMPD Job Opening – Community Service Officer

The UMPD is hiring a full-time Community Service Officer (CSO). The last two UMPD CSO’s have been Soc undergraduates!

This position is in lieu of replacing a Traffic Enforcement Officer position that was vacated in June; however, approximately 10% of the duties will involve parking enforcement and traffic direction.  Other information about the position, including the major responsibilities, may be found by following one of the links below.

This would be a great opportunity for someone who may be considering a career in law enforcement, particularly at the UMPD.  Although there is not a firm application deadline at this time, we anticipate closing the process on Friday, November 30th if there are a sufficient number of applicants.  Anyone with further questions is welcome to contact UMPD Lieutenant Chuck Miner at miner008@umn.edu.

Directions for external applicants:

  • Select this link to access our careers site – https://hr.myu.umn.edu/jobs/ext/327487
  • If necessary, search for Job ID 327487
  • Sign-in to access your account.  If you are not an existing user select the New User link to create one.
  • Review the job description and select the Apply button to begin your application.

If you are a current staff member use this link:  https://hr.myu.umn.edu/jobs/int/327487

If you encounter difficulties finding the position search by Job ID 327487.


Victim Witness Internship with the City of Coon Rapids

The City of Coon Rapids seeks candidates for an unpaid internship working alongside the Victim Witness Specialist. The intern will work with supervisors to develop learning objectives that support the intern’s academic program of study. Must be able to consistently work 20-30 hours per week for the duration of the spring semester.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
A combination of training and experience substantially equivalent to the following:

  • Current student pursuing a degree in criminal justice, sociology, human services, psychology, or related field.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Junior or senior class standing.
  • Experience working directly with victim advocacy, criminal justice, or a closely related field.
  • Experience accessing information through criminal court databases, such as the Minnesota Court Information System (MNCIS) and the Minnesota Government Access (MGA).

The deadline to apply is November 15th, 2018 by 11:59pm.

Find out more information here or contact (763) 767-6447.


Intern with the Minnesota Association for Volunteer Management

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The Minnesota Association for Volunteer Management is looking for interns starting now and next spring. The Minnesota Association for Volunteer Administration (MAVA) connects, educates, strengthens and advocates for volunteer engagement leaders and their organizations to positively impact communities. MAVA has over 700 members statewide. MAVA works to build capacity for hundreds of organizations and government entities. MAVA seeks to benefit from diversity of volunteer backgrounds, skills sets and knowledge base.

The internships are unpaid but you have to opportunity to earn college credit if you like. We also offer a free membership to MAVA where interns will have the opportunity to take trainings that can result in a certificate, and the networking is spectacular.

Open positions include:

Development and Membership Intern
Membership Connector Intern
Partnership & Development Intern
Public Affairs Intern
Communications and Design Coordinator

Find more information here or email kbulman@mavanetwork.org


Behavioral Health Personal Advocate with Cigna Behavioral Health

The title of the position is called a Behavioral Health Personal Advocate with National independent behavioral health care company, called Cigna Behavioral Health, located in Eden Prairie.  The company specializes in management for all behavioral health problems and mental health and chemical dependency diagnoses. The Personal Advocate will provide resources to employees of the organizations who are covered under the behavioral health program. The position has always been a great stepping stone for those Psych, Sociology, Social Science who want to use their degree in a business setting. 

You can find the job description here.

Email your resumes to Maria Queenan at mqueenan@avenica.com and find the job description on GoldPass.


Saint Paul Police Law Enforcement Career Path Academy (LECPA)

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The Saint Paul Police Law Enforcement Career Path Academy (LECPA) is for young adults who are interested in becoming Saint Paul Police Officers but face financial and/or other barriers to attending college and finding employment. The Saint Paul Police Department (SPPD) working together with Community Action Partnership and Century College, has developed a comprehensive program that gives participants an opportunity to become Saint Paul Police Officers. Eligible participants will earn an hourly income while they learn life skills, attend college, and receive the necessary social support services to allow them to achieve a successful career in Law Enforcement.

Eligible Participants must meet all of the following requirements:

1.  Must be at least 18 years of age by January 7, 2019
2.  Must have a high school diploma or G.E.D.
3.  Must pass a criminal history check
4.  Must be able to participate in moderately strenuous physical exercise
5.  Must attend two orientation sessions hosted by the SPPD. The sessions will be held the
evenings of Tuesday, December 4, 2018 and Thursday December 6, 2018.
6.  Participants will be notified of session times and locations and will be disqualified from the program if they do not attend both sessions.

Submit a City of Saint Paul online application no later than November 30, 2018 at 4:30 p.m.

Learn more about the pay scale and structure of the program here.

Contact Sergeant Jim Yang for more information at chou.jim.yang@ci.stpaul.mn.us or 651-266-5861.


Hiring! Target Protection Specialist (TPS)

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Recently, Target reached out to the Sociology Department looking to hire current Sociology majors for part-time Protection Specialist positions. They want students who would be interested into transitioning into a full-time position in Assets Protection upon graduation.

They are hiring at the following locations:

Lake Street Target Store
Shoreview Target Store
Vadnais Heights Target Store
North St. Paul Target Store
Roseville Target Store

You can apply at target.com/careers.

If you have other questions or want more info, contact Andy.Johnson@Target.com.


Innocent Classroom Internships

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Innocent Classroom trains educators to liberate their students from the weight of negative stereotypes by building authentic and individual relationships, especially with students of color.

They are offering fall, spring, and summer internships in:

Programs & Evaluation

Sales & Marketing

PR/Communications

Click the links above to learn more about the positions and visit their website for more information about Innocent Classroom.
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Fall Internship Opportunity To Get-Out-The-Vote With motivote

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Motivote, a new social voting platform, seeks Fall 2018 campus fellows with a passion for engaging college students in the political process and increasing youth voter turnout. As a motivote campus fellow, you will work alongside staff to build motivote’s presence and increase voter turnout on your campus.  Your work will have a real-life impact on youth political participation and voter turnout. We’re looking for upperclassmen who are passionate and committed to increasing civic engagement and among young people.

We offer a stipend to cover cost of promotional materials and events.
We’re looking to hire ASAP so please apply today at http://www.motivoteus.com/apply.

Questions can be directed to Rachel Konowitz at rachel@motivoteus.com.

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Student Position Available:
Environmental Justice Project Assistant

The Sustainability Education office at the Institute on the Environment is seeking a student worker to support a grant-funded Environmental Justice project to be completed during the 2018-2019 academic year.

The project aims to “strengthen the teaching of and communication about environmental justice courses and curriculum, including experiential or community-engaged learning” on the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities campus, across all colleges and departments. The idea for the project emerged out of faculty and student discussions on enhancing campus teaching and research on environmental justice, as well as research about environmental justice efforts of other colleges and universities.

The position reports to Beth Mercer-Taylor, who serves as Sustainability Education Coordinator, with guidance from lead members of the faculty group who applied for the grant.

More information at: http://environment.umn.edu/contact/employment/

Apply here.


Office of Measurement Services (OMS)

 

The University of Minnesota Office of Measurement Services (OMS) is seeking a full-time Project Specialist (Administrative Associate 2) for its’ survey solutions team.

Primary responsibilities include managing online, mail, focus group, phone, and tracking projects, programming and testing surveys with advanced logic and other multifaceted requirements through Qualtrics, eXplorance Blue or a computer assisted telephone interviewing (cati) system, and project implementation support to survey projects within the office.

Required qualifications include a Bachelor’s Degree and 1-2 years of project management, customer service, or survey-related experience or an equivalent combination, excellent communication skills, experience with Excel, SPSS or other statistical software, demonstrated Qualtrics knowledge/experience, detail orientation, commitment to working in a team environment, and regular attendance and timeliness.

Please contact Mark Miazga at miazg003@umn.edu or 612-624-0675 with any questions.  To apply for the position go to employment.umn.edu, type in the job requisition number (324388) as a keyword, and follow the instructions.


MCHS AmeriCorps Volunteer WI


This program places individuals with nonprofit organizations across Wisconsin to build and strengthen volunteer programs.  Individuals will receive focused training in volunteer management then assist with such tasks as: recruiting, training and supervising volunteers; creating volunteer handbooks, application forms, and brochures; writing position descriptions; updating website content and coordinating social media; and other (non-volunteer) tasks specific to the mission of the nonprofit.

Period of Service: Monday, September 11, 2018  – August 31, 2019. (End date is negotiable)

Benefits:

  • $528.15 (gross before taxes) bi-weekly payroll for term of service
  • Health & Dental Insurance –option to enroll with premium paid in full for member only
  • Childcare assistance (if qualified)
  • $5,920education award upon successful completion of the term of service
  • Forbearance on qualified student loans and interest accrual payments while serving. (taxable)
  • Service gear
  • Work Experience and the development of highly sought job skills (initiative, interpersonal and intercultural communication, adaptability, collaboration and accountability)

What it means to serve in AmeriCorps

Applicants must be willing to serve for the duration of the term of service (1700 hours minimum), averaging approximately 35 to 40 hours a week.  Members must also be able to handle the financial commitment made by accepting the position. Applicants must be 19 years of age by September 11, 2018, possess a high school diploma or GED/HSED, and agree to and pass a criminal and Department of Motor Vehicles background checks.

How do I apply?

The application for AmeriCorps placement with Friends of Willow River and Kinnickinnic State Parks, Inc, is available at WillowKinniFriends.org.  For additional information about this opportunity please contact rthofern@willowkinnifriends.org ornaturalist@willowkinnifriends.org


Ramsey County Openings

Ramsey County Human Resources is now accepting applications for the following positions:

Applications close at 4:30 p.m. central time on the date listed, unless otherwise stated on the job posting.

Interested applicants can submit an application online via our secure job opportunities website. Returning users can also visit the website to check the status of previously filed applications.

If you have questions or experience difficulties accessing the online job descriptions, please contact Ramsey County Human Resources at 651-266-2700 or ContactHR@co.ramsey.mn.us. You may also contact the HR recruiter listed on a job posting with questions regarding that specific position or recruitment process.

Thank you for your interest in joining the Ramsey County team!

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Fall Internship Opportunities with Second Harvest Heartland


This fall, the Second Harvest Heartland SNAP team is hoping to hire 10-12 intern positions.

If you are not familiar with our internship program, we offer several stipended internships focused on issues of food access, public health, and community outreach. Interns work directly with clients and community partners, developing communication skills, gaining knowledge of federal food and nutrition assistance programs such as SNAP, and engaging in professional development opportunities such as resume workshops and networking with professionals in the non-profit sector.

We hire interns for the greater Twin Cities Metro area, as well as the greater Anoka, St. Cloud, and Mankato areas. We encourage students from a wide variety of fields and backgrounds to apply. The following links will take you to the position description PDF, which contains information on how to apply:

Best wishes,
Kate Abram
SNAP Community Engagement Coordinator
Second Harvest Heartland | 1140 Gervais Ave., St. Paul, MN 55109
Direct: (651) 209-7910
Email: kabram@2harvest.org


Department of Public Safety – University Security

University Security is part of the University’s Department of Public Safety, and acts as the security presence on campus, with the distinctive “hi-vis” green and gray uniform seen around campus, in libraries, residence halls, on bike patrol and proving the 4-WALK safe walk service.

University Security is currently hiring students for the Security Monitor position. Position starts at $11.00/hour and $12.00 per hour after probation. Applicants must be an undergraduate student at the University, and available to work at least one overnight a week. On average, Security Monitors are available to work up to 18-20 hours per week, with options to work up to 40 hours per week.
This is a physically demanding job requiring the ability to:
– walk and stand for 7 hours
– move up/down stairs and across diverse terrain

Additional information can be found here.

Please contact Alyssa Sison (sison005@umn.edu) with any questions, or click here to apply today!


Center for Community-Engaged Learning (CCEL)

We are looking for 1 front desk assistant and 4 peer advisors to start this fall. Experience is not as important; we are mainly looking students who are open to learning and having conversations around community engagement and social justice. First year and incoming students are highly encouraged to apply!!! Work study required.

Greet CCEL guests, direct them to appointments, answer the phone and set up appointments, work on administrative projects such as organizing files. 
Please send applications directly to Bruce McGuire at mcgui026@umn.edu.
 
Peer Advisor (4 openings)
Connect students to volunteer positions around the Twin Cities, work on comnunity engagement projects such as mapping neighborhoods and needs, lead and facilitate workshops on social justice.
Please send applications directly to Basanti Miller at basantim@umn.edu
 

Both positions are posted on our website: ccel.umn.edu


Sparky-Y Education Facilitator Internship


Sparky-Y engages students in schools across the Twin Cities through hands-on projects in sustainability and entrepreneurship.  Staff Sustainability Educators conduct programs for K-12 students using teaching tools such as aquaponics and vermicomposting systems as well as school gardens. Lessons also include a focus on youth leadership development. Spark-Y lessons occur on a daily, weekly, or quarterly basis to fit the needs of our school partners.

The ideal Education Facilitator intern will:
● Have experience working with youth in schools, extracurricular programs, or other educational settings
● Recognize and encourage the potential of each student
● Approach their work through the lens of diverse backgrounds and experiences
● Be familiar with sustainable practices and environmental stewardship
● Bring an enthusiasm for STEM
● Commit to spending at least two hours/week facilitating their program assignment as well as at least one hour/week of preparation with Spark-Y staff

An Education Facilitator intern is expected to:
● Prepare and conduct lessons with a staff Sustainability Educator on a consistent basis
● Engage students from all backgrounds in a variety of hands-on learning projects
● Have an adaptable approach to learning and education
● Act as a second pair of eyes to gauge student interest and involvement
● Meet with their staff supervisor at least once a month to review progress and tasks
Contact
Please send a resume and completed version of this form to Lynn.H@spark-y.org.


The Office of Lawyers Professional Responsibility

Minnesota’s lawyer regulatory agency, The Office of Lawyers Professional Responsibility (OLPR), invites nonlawyer volunteers to serve on the Second local District Ethics Committees (DEC).  DECs are charged with investigating complaints of unprofessional conduct against lawyers and submitting reports and recommendations about those complaints.  This is a great opportunity to contribute to your community, to help safeguard high ethical standards for Minnesota attorneys, and to help ensure the integrity of the judicial system.

Candidates should have an interest in justice, the law, and/or legal procedures. Candidates do not need to be lawyers or to work in the legal profession to qualify – members of the general public are strongly encouraged to apply.  Candidates must be comfortable investigating claims thoroughly and impartially (which will include interviewing people by phone and in person), be able to adhere to strict confidentiality rules, be comfortable working under deadlines, and be able to write clearly and concisely. Training and support are provided.

DEC volunteers are appointed to a three-year term and can serve a total of twelve years.  You can expect to investigate one to two complaints a year.  The time commitment is flexible and varies.

There are 21 DECs throughout Minnesota.  Candidates for the Second DEC will be appointed by the Ramsey County District Bar Association.  The Second DEC meets monthly at the Minnesota Judicial Center to review and vote on reports.

Interested applicants should forward a letter of interest and CV to Cheryl Dalby at Cheryl@ramseybar.org.


The Learning Abroad Center Internships

If you’re looking for a way to gain work experience, meet other study abroad students, get involved with the Learning Abroad Center (LAC), or continue to learn from and take advantage of your time abroad, consider applying for the Global Leaders Internship with the LAC. Contribute to the growth of international education, while further developing personally and professionally through a community that helps you stay connected to your experience.

Job Description:
Commitment to 20 service hours over Fall Semester 2018:

  • Attend required weekly meetings on Tuesdays, 4:30-5:30pm, starting Sept. 11th

  • Completion of eight, five-minute classroom presentations

  • Contribute to a project team through outreach & research on the study abroad process

  • One-on-one supervisor check-ins

  • Other duties as assigned

Explore more of the details about the position, and if interested, submit an application by August 26th. Email gl-coordinators@umn.edu with questions.


Padelford Riverboats

 
 

It is the IDEAL summer job for college students or anyone looking for a unique seasonal job opportunity for this Fall! If you don’t want to spend our lovely MN Fall stuck indoors, this is the place to be. Working for the Padelford is fun but it is also hard work. The pace is quick, the hours can be long and we expect our employees to work hard to get the job done. However, who can argue with spending the colorful Fall floating up and down the scenic Mississippi River?

 
We are currently accepting applications for Server/Crew. Full & Part-time positions available. Hours vary weekly, but EVENING AND WEEKEND availability is a must!
  • Great Atmosphere
  • Fun co-workers
  • Flexible Hours

SERVER/BOAT CREW POSITION:

A challenging position that requires both indoor and outdoor work as well as a wide variety of job functions. This position does not require previous bartending or boating experience, however previous customer service experience is preferred.