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Mar 13 / Susan Crowley

You are invited to Career Demo Day – March 29, 2017

Career Demo Day!

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Hilberry B & C, 2nd floor Student Center Bldg.

Mark your calendar! All students and Alumni are invited to Career Demo Day!

Experience hands on demonstrations from various companies and learn about their business.

Network and Drop off your resumes at companies that interest you.


This relaxed engaging atmosphere will allow you to connect with employers and get to know them beyond a typical career fair or company presentation atmosphere. Walk through the exhibit hall and engage in interactive experiences while learning about various organizations and their business. Remember to bring your resume to leave with any company you would like to work at. All students and alumni are welcome.

Career Demo Day supports strategic student learning outcomes and provides the Wayne State Community an opportunity to network and participate in hands-on employer demonstrations.

Questions regarding this event, please contact Susan.Crowley@wayne.edu.

Helping WSU students & graduates discover careers!

Mar 9 / Donna Carroll

University of Wisconsin-Madison – Distance Education and Professional Development Program Director

University of Wisconsin-Madison, Division of Continuing Studies is seeking a Distance Education and Professional Development Program Director for the Distance Education Professional Development team (DEPD). The DEPD program portfolio includes the annual Distance Teaching & Learning Conference, several online certificate programs, mini-courses, and custom online/blended offerings.

Here is the link to the job description:
 
http://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/cw/en-us/job/494625/distance-education-and-professional-development-program-director

The deadline to apply is April 6.

Mar 7 / Donna Carroll

We are seeking VOLUNTEERS to help up promote STEM and Literacy in Title I schools throughout Detroit for the 2016-2017 academic school year.

Athletes for Charity, the Detroit Lions and the Ford Motor Company Fund joined forces in 2015 to provide innovative STEM Youth Literacy Initiatives to benefit the youth of Detroit, MI.  The program aims to improve learning outcomes and student interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, while creating pathways to success in post-secondary education and 21st century careers. The initiative consists of book distributions of age-appropriate STEM themed titles to students and incentives to encourage reading and writing.  Introductions to STEM literature and careers is a recurring theme throughout the academic school year. Various Detroit Lions players have signed up to volunteer their time to serve as STEM Principals and Assistant Principals for the Day.

We would like to extend an invitation to members of the WSU College of Education faculty, staff and students to join us as special guests mentors, lecturers and presenters for the Pre-Kindergarten though 8th grade sessions we currently host at Dixon Educational Learning Academy.  WSU College of Education faculty, staff and students will help engage the students in STEM and support their literacy development.

Are you willing to VOLUNTEER 2-4 hours of your time once a year or every month to help make a difference and inspire future generations of STEM Professionals?  Volunteers are asked to sign up for 2 hour increment at minimum i.e. 9:00 am – 11 pm (arrival by 8:45 am) or 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm (arrival by 11:45 am) or for the entire time frame of 9:00 am – 2:00 pm.  Volunteers may choose to serve as mentors once a year or multiple times a year, dependent on your availability.

If you are interested in learning more, please reply to this email by March 15, 2017 for additional details and to receive our Spring schedule.  Please note that in order to volunteer for with us, you will be required to complete a mandatory Background Check via DPSCD as well as a Volunteer Waiver Form for Athletes for Charity.

MEDIA

Please see video footage of the launch of our STEM Programming in Detroit with the Detroit Lions in 2014:  http://www.detroitlions.com/media-center/videos/STEM-program-brightening-futures-in-math–science/23f50f3b-49d3-42e0-8e82-64eeb962e50d

Video of a LEGO event held with the Detroit Lions:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLlEc41nV5c

US News Article referencing our STEM programs:  http://www.usnews.com/news/articles/2016-06-10/nfl-players-are-tackling-stem

We hope that you will consider joining us to celebrate STEM and inspire future generations of STEM professionals.  Your presence, even if just for a few hours, may motivate a child to consider pursuing a career related to science, technology, engineering or math someday, which is our ultimate goal.

Please feel free to contact me if there is any interest in participating by March 15th and additional details will be forwarded to your attention.  I can be reached via email at cathleen@athletesforcharity.com.

Cathleen C. Laporte
President
Athletes for Charity
Email: cathleen@athletesforcharity.com
Web: www.athletesforcharity.com

Mar 7 / Donna Carroll

Shrine Catholic High School – Long Term Substitute (Part-time Position)

Shrine Catholic High School is an accredited college preparatory high school, and serves a coed population of over 275 students.  It is located at 3500 W. Thirteen Mile, Royal Oak, Michigan.

Shrine Catholic High School is seeking a LONG TERM SUBBING part time position teaching,

  1. class of Honors English II
  2. classes of U.S. History

The first class begins at 10:30am and the last class ends at 3:05pm.

The dates of the subbing will be the remainder of the school year from April 24th to June 9th after exams.

The current teacher will be going on maternity leave and will be accessible before the start date for help and training.

Qualifications/Requirements

  • Valid State of Michigan teacher certification, 9-12, with appropriate endorsement(s) preferred
  • Must meet all requirements established by the Archdiocese of Detroit for employment
  • Must have completed or be willing to complete Protecting God’s Children training
  • Prior teaching experience preferred

MR. JAMES R. MIO
Principal | Shrine Catholic High School and Academy
MA Educational Leadership | Madonna University | 2014
BA/TC English & Communications | Eastern Michigan University | 2010
BFA Theater | University of Detroit Mercy | 2000

SHRINE CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
3500 West 13 Mile Road | Royal Oak, MI 48073
P: 248.549.2925 | EXT: 2507

Mar 3 / Donna Carroll

Diplomat – Intern: Instructional Design & Learning Management Systems

Intern – Instructional Design & Learning Management Systems: https://rew12.ultipro.com/DIP1000/JobBoard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*37CC98FBFFD7A9CC

Mar 2 / Donna Carroll

Michigan Medicine, University of Michigan – Instructional Designer and Principal Trainers

Instructional Designer/Principal Trainers.
3 open positions.
Interested, apply below.

Mar 2 / Donna Carroll

Muskegon Public Schools – Curriculum Instructional Specialist

JobID: 2395

Position Type: Administration/Administrator

Date Posted: 3/1/2017

Location: Administration Building

Date Available: March 2017

Closing Date: 03/14/2017

Apply Here!

Mar 2 / Donna Carroll

Muskegon Public Schools – Director of Academic Services

Position Type: Administration/Administrator

Date Posted: 3/1/2017

Location: Administration Building

Date Available: March 2017

Closing Date: 03/14/2017

Apply Here!

Mar 1 / Donna Carroll

Gale, a Cengage company – Summer Intern

Intern – Video Production in Farmington Hills, Michigan
Overview:
Gale, a Cengage company, is the education and technology company built for learners. We combine innovative technology with trusted content to deliver research experiences that connect libraries to learning, and learners to libraries. Our goal is to give interns an impactful learning experience in sales operations.

Being a summer intern in our Training department is a great way to get experience in a fast-paced, professional learning environment. You will get the opportunity to learn and develop skills in the areas of conceptualizing, producing and editing training videos. Projects will vary based on your skills, interests, and current market needs. You will be able to use and develop your multimedia production and technology skills while creating training videos for end users of our products. You’ll work in tandem with a dynamic team of people passionate about empowering lifelong learners.

This paid opportunity to work for a well-respected leader in the education and technology industry with a professional, intellectual, and creative culture and earn a competitive hourly wage. You’re the right candidate if you are focused and excel at customer service, project management, script writing, interviewing, budgeting, and directing. You’re the right candidate if you have the ability to manage multiple projects from concept to completion. You’re the right candidate if you have a creative eye and can work well with our team to make sure projects are delivered on time and on budget. We have a terrific team of creative people who are ready to help this person succeed!

Responsibilities:

  • Production of high-quality, innovative, training videos that are customer-focused, simple, and instructional.
  • Active involvement in the pre-production process, including developing concepts and scripts.
  • Coordinate production throughout the life of a project
  • Manage production schedules and timelines
  • Communicate effectively with team members
  • Assist with creation of budgets (statements of work)
  • Arrange / Coordinate video productions shoots (locations, talent, crew, etc.)
  • Research trends and makes recommendations to department for software and equipment purchases if necessary
  • Publish, organize, and optimize media on third party websites such as YouTube, Facebook Twitter, and other social media platforms.
  • Adapting to change with flexibility, and a positive attitude.

Qualifications:

Required Knowledge, Skills and Experience

  • Actively pursuing an undergraduate degree or recent college graduate
  • Interpersonal relationship skills and ability to effectively interact with all levels of staff and outside contacts
  • Desire to work in a team environment
  • A passion for story telling
  • Ability to organize and prioritize work
  • Follow assignments through to completion
  • Ability to visualize concepts and ideas and explain in clear, concise language
  • Written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work well under pressure with deadlines – sense of urgency
  • Ability to work in a fast – paced environment with a variety of personalities and work styles
  • Ability to be flexible in schedule and adaptable to constant change

Even better if you have…

  • Experience in a professional video production atmosphere
  • Familiarity with Academic course curriculum, K12 course curriculums, Public library initiatives

Most importantly:

Talk to us about your expertise and your passions – we look to you to bring your best and brightest ideas to help shape Gale’s business and your future!

Requisition ID 2017-2883
Job Locations US – MI – Farmington Hills
Posted Date 2/24/2017
Job Function Production

Additional Information and to Apply

Feb 27 / LaSondra Dawn

Grand Rapids Public School District Employment Opportunities for the Week of February 27, 2017

The mission of Grand Rapids Public School District is to ensure that all students are educated, self-directed and productive members of society.

List of  available positions:  2.27.17 GRPS Open Positions

To apply for employment, visit: http://www.applitrack.com/grps/onlineapp/default.aspx

GRPS Human Resources and Legal Services

1331 Franklin SE · P.O. Box 117 · Grand Rapids, MI 49501-0117

Phone (616) 819-2022 · Fax 616-819-3492 · Email: HumanResources@grps.org · www.grps.org · www.wearegr.com

@GRPublicSchools GRPublicSchools GRPSmychoice

Visit GRPS on the web at: http://www.grps.org/hr