I am looking for MCAT study partner who is ready to take the MCAT in the upcoming year. Please contact me if you are interested.
Overview: Two bedroom, two full baths, fully equipped contemporary furnishings and interior appointments. Very quiet, northwest corner unit with balcony. One secured underground parking space, 24/7 communal laundry. Monthly Rental: $2500m fully furnished, inclusive of all utilities/high speed Internet, and HOA fees. One year lease, one month security deposit, option to renew. References, yes please, but sorry no pets. Available: July 1 2016 Visuals: Go to www.willbruderarchitects.com under Projects/ remodel /repurpose. Project name is 19D/PDX Contact: Louise Roman/ firstname.lastname@example.org/ 602-820-7380 Narrative: This +-1000 sf two bedroom, two bath unit, built on the strong concrete bones of a1963 SOM designed HUD high-rise, overlooks the famed Larry Halprin's Pettygrove Park and the Willamette River. The challenges of Portland's grey skies, short winter days, and relatively low 8' ceilings are addressed by eliminating heavy trim and dark baseboards, as well as inserting reflective and light enhancing surfaces. Elements include large format precast polished pale gray concrete floor tiles, luminous white venetian plaster walls and ceilings, honed 1/8 inch stainless counter top with polished edges, cable light tracks, a reflective orange back splash and a 'sun rise' light wall. Frameless translucent glass doors carry daylight inward from the generous large operable windows. Clear finished MDF wood composite cabinets and wall panels extend throughout while pale green mosaic glass tile surfaces enhance the bathing chambers. Master has Tempurpedic queen mattress. Study/guest room has Ligne Roset Multy Sofa foldout double bed. Appointed with contemporary furnishings and art, linens, dishes, cookware, flat screen TV, the carefully considered scale, proportion and detail of this unit make it a sophisticated urban retreat.
Open Source Bridge, an annual conference focused on building open source community and citizenship, has a special rate for students: $99 for the 4 day conference (June 21-24). Or you can attend for free by volunteering. We also have a discount for user groups (although the student rate is better) and one free ticket to OSB15 for you to raffle to a member of your group.
Young Nonprofit Professionals Network (YNPN) Portland is looking for people with the time, drive and skills to guide YNPN Portland's growth as an organization. Board members are responsible for developing YNPN Portland in a way that helps accomplish our mission: supporting the development of young professionals to strengthen their role in a viable, inclusive, and collaborative nonprofit sector. Serving on the YNPN Portland Board is a fantastic opportunity to put your skills to use and take your involvement with YNPN to the next level as we build the systems and capacity of our organization. It's also a great way to focus on your own professional development by meeting new people, enhancing your leadership skills and expanding your network. Ideal board candidates have: - A commitment to social justice and an understanding of the importance of equipping a deep, diverse bench of nonprofit leaders with the skills and networks they'll need to make an impact - The ability to balance idea generation with execution - Demonstrated interest in the areas noted in the job description (gained via formal or informal experience) - Enthusiasm for working with a nimble, startup-esque organization that has a developing infrastructure - Willingness to not just “do” but also help develop systems and make our work sustainable We encourage all those interested to apply, including candidates reflecting the following attributes: current or former YNPN chapter leaders or members (from Portland or another chapter); people of color; men; smart people with non-linear/non-traditional experience and educational backgrounds Apply now! Applications accepted until June 10. About YNPN Portland: YNPN Portland supports the development of young professionals to strengthen their role in a viable, inclusive and collaborative nonprofit sector. We are a volunteer-led and -run organization that supports current and future nonprofit and community leaders through professional development training, networking events, service activities, and web-based platforms for connecting and sharing resources.
Selling a lot of great items. Everything is about a year old and in great condition. I'm moving otherwise I would keep these! Please take a look at the flyer attached to the posting and reply or send me a text if you are interested. Everything is priced as listed or best offer! Thanks! :)
Portland State University Office of Undergraduate Admissions is looking for a creative, resourceful writer who can conceive and quickly execute compelling branded content for web, digital platforms, email marketing and print materials. We want you to join our incredible team and help share with prospective students all that Portland and PSU have to offer. We're looking for a content specialist with experience in writing for multi-disciplinary fields, who seeks hone their skills for a career in communications or marketing. The right person for this job: Has experience in journalism or writing, loves to use genuine language with a fun tone, can easily translate complex concepts into digestible points and thrives in an environment that requires both speed and accuracy Is an individual who is comfortable receiving feedback Can multitask and is flexible enough to reprioritize duties with a short turnaround Pays thoughtful attention to detail and possesses a willingness to raise questions or concerns in pursuit of telling engaging stories Personable and friendly nature, quickly able to develop a rapport with students, faculty and staff and write in multiple voices for different audiences and mediums Excited to work in marketing and communications, promote PSU and learn from veteran writers and communications professionals Responsibilities will include: Write approximately 10-15 stories monthly for publication on the blog and could be repurposed for print and digital distribution Generate content for and maintain the website, and email marketing campaigns Writing headlines, selecting and cropping photos and selecting appropriate related links for posts Writing and brainstorming image content for social media.Maintain consistent brand tone and style in copy Researching stories, meeting with students and faculty and ensuring accuracy.Highlighting PSU's resources and activities in unique and compelling ways Staying up to date on trends in digital media, social media, popular culture and higher education communications Qualifications: PSU Graduate Student Two to three years of professional writing experience Photo selection and cropping skills Strong interpersonal skills and ability to manage multiple projects at once with competing deadlines Sense of humor Love of writing, engagement, communications Experience using Drupal, Wordpress or digital content editing Editorial experience in newspapers or magazines researching, interviewing and writing with the object of tellingApply strategic thinking to creative problem solving Conceptualize and develop ideas or messages around business and marketing objectives Strong grasp of language rules, specifically grammar usage, spelling and punctuation Graphic design skills a plus! To Apply, email a cover letter, resume, and examples of your work to Emily Doerr, email@example.com, with the subject “Content Specialist Graduate Assistant - Admissions”. Please submit by June 30, 2016.
We are looking for a Graphic Designer who is interested in joining a diverse team, working on great projects, growing our brand! Is that you? Our work is multi-faceted. On any given day you may be required to tackle brand strategy, ad campaigns, email marketing, digital and social media, video, and more! Everyday's an adventure. You should understand these mediums and how they interact. You must thrive on the energy and flow of a fast-forward work environment. Reporting to the Associate Director of Marketing and Communications, you are responsible for translation of the brief into understandable, desirable and innovative communications. You will need a strong design background and a rich understanding of photography, typography, color and brand positioning—as well as current industry, technology and cultural trends. You would get the unique opportunity to work on large campaigns that have real impacts on PSU's enrollment, external brand and long term marketing strategy. This is the right position for you if you are excited about innovating, work quickly and can find away to make mundane information appear extraordinary. This position would work with an experienced communications team and have the opportunity be mentored by the University Communications Creative Team. Portland State University leads the way to an equitable and sustainable future through academic excellence, urban engagement, and expanding opportunity for all. Responsibilities Generate innovative concepts that translate to multiple mediums including brand campaigns, photography, video, display, graphics, advertising, events, and digital and social media. Degree in Communications, Marketing, Art, Graphic Design, Multimedia or equivalent on-the-job experience Use a collaborative skill set to work within our team Have a strong understanding of print material and print specifications Show exceptional listening and communicating skills, and attention to detail Be flexible and responsive to feedback, and approach changes with a positive attitude that feedback can make a concept/design better Ability to manage multiple projects at a time and quick turn-arounds Bring your passion for life (e.g., art, travel, music, nature, etc.) to your creative thinking and solutions Specific Skills and Experience Desired Experience in design studio or agency A portfolio that represents a range of design styles, diversity of projects and a clear personal aesthetic Experience working with creative teams a plus!Practical knowledge of production processes, technologies, design and art theory. Expert knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite software We Offer Graduate Assistantship High-profile, creative projects Team of incredible people (smart + fun) Mentorship with University Communications Creative Team Opportunity to grow and be inspired To Apply, email a cover letter, resume, and examples of your work to Emily Doerr, firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject “Graphic Design Graduate Assistant - Admissions”. Please submit by June 30, 2016.
I'm looking for some new and unused Apple ear buds. Please let me know if you have some and would like to sell them!
Hi There! Since I wasn't funded for Summer Term I am going to have to move and am beginning to sell my larger pieces of furniture. First up, my dresser, which is probably considered a vanity as it once had a round mirror attached. Asking $60 firm. Sound piece, lovely wood. Please call if interested: 503-588-4149 Michelle In Salem, you haul...
Selling a 40 inch Samsung Smart TV ($350 obo), grey and white Ikea rug ($15 obo), Canon MX922 printer ($70 obo), Ikea shelving unit black/brown ($20 obo), Sauder Computer Desk from Sears ($150 obo), Ikea coffee table ($15 obo). Text 971-808-8262 for pictures or to make an offer.
Skillsesh is recruiting an intern to assist with the following: Campus recruitment strategy Social media content Onboarding of PSU students and gathering feedback Requirements: Must be a current or recent PSU student Preference to students with a marketing or design background Must have strong social network presence Able to commit 4-10 hrs a week. Perks: You will get to learn the ins and out of lean startup methodology $100 stipend biweekly, plus recruitment bonuses. You will have the references of diverse domain experts You get your foot in the door with an early stage startup that has vast growth potential When the work is done is up to you! Email your resume'/ Linkedin and a short explanation of why you would be a good fit for us, to John@skillsesh.com
Under the direction of the Resource Center for Students with Children's (RCSC) Marketing and Event Coordinator, the Graphic Designer's responsibilities include: · Developing art/graphics and text for and/or layout of marketing materials: hard-copy flyers, invitations, announcements and ads, digital documents and email blasts, websites, Facebook, e-newsletters. · Designing and updating bulletin board and display case layouts · Ordering marketing materials and proofing copy · Distributing marketing materials to bulletin boards and information tables, campus publications and the online PSU announcement board and event calendar, as well as to departments for inclusion in newsletters and list-serve dissemination; · Assisting with event planning and preparation for in-house social and support events, as well as tabling at external events Other possible duties: assist in the upkeep of the Family Resource Room, answer phone, update student tracking spreadsheets and greet guests in a friendly manner, assist with events, and providing brief orientations to RCSC programs, services and staff. Minimum Qualifications: · In good academic standing and will complete at least 6 PSU credit hours per term during the current term · 2.75 or higher cumulative GPA · Sophomore class standing or above · Strong background in graphic design · Fluent in use of Adobe Creative Suite 5 (CS5); Microsoft Word, Microsoft Publisher, Excel; and Google mail · Enjoy working as a team member, be reliable, self-motivated and an independent worker · Enjoy working in a busy office environment where children are often present · Strong customer service skills, comfortable working with clients and professional staff · Ability to represent the RCSC in a professional manner Preferred Qualifications: · Fluent in social media and website development · Graduate Student or undergraduate with significant related work experience Benefits: · Flexible Schedule · Great Resume Builder · Supportive, fun work environment Pay is $10.50/hr. 10-20 hrs per week. Please send cover letter, digital portfolio of work and resume to Pamela Bock, email@example.com. Deadline for application is May 24, 2016.
My friend David is about to have twins. I've been an early educator for the past ten years, so he called me up and asked how he could find quality child care options in Portland without endless Googling and annoyance. I shrugged. So we decided to create www.pdxchildcare.com for families needing a comprehensive, local, and easy to navigate resource for finding day cares, preschools, and kindergartens. Search 575 facilities by ages accepted, religious affiliation, educational philosophy, afterschool care and more!
cap & gown for sale. $40 worn only once :) in perfect condition. one size fits all. for a Masters student commencement ceremony. call or text 503-956-2145 congratulations!
I'm seeking out a small development team who shares a passion for video games and RPGs. I'm producing a mystery turn-based 2D RPG and taking elements of detail from games like the old Final Fantasy and Xenogears, and design from old point-and-click adventure/mystery games. It will primarily use vector-based animation under 2D backdrops (no 8-bit). The game is developed under Unity for a PS4 / PS Vita release. I need another programmer who has Unity, or is comfortable with C++/C and several game artists with Photoshop and vector creation software to make animations with. I also need a music composer or multiple composers willing to create the OST. Ideally I would like to build a team of 8-10 people. I have a cloud drive, so team members can easily work and drop items inside, allowing them to work wherever and whenever possible. This is not a job offer, but an opportunity to build a great game, collaborate, and drive your passion. For further details/questions, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
Perierra Creperie &c is hiring! We are looking for people to work the closing shifts (8pm-3am on weekdays and 9pm-5/6am on weekends). We value individuals who get along well with others, are hard working, reliable and able to work well and take direction when under pressure. Being comfortable working alone and during rush times is a necessity. Must be able to multitask and be fast at it!! Some food service or related customer service experience is preferred, but we are willing to train the right people who mesh well with our current team. This is a great opportunity for individuals looking to gain experience in a food cart at one of the most popular food cart pods in town! Qualified individuals must be available to work throughout the week, especially the weekends. This is a part-time position with 2 – 3 shifts a week. There will be opportunities to pick up more shifts, including night swing shifts (5pm – 1am), once summer is in full swing. There is also room to grow within the company for management positions. Training for this position will begin ASAP as we need people trained up by the beginning of summer. Please email a resume including references to Delaney, at email@example.com. If you prefer to hand-deliver your application, stop by the cart anytime and feel free to ask questions and introduce yourself. We look forward to hearing from you!
Open Source Bridge is an annual conference focused on building open source community and citizenship through four days of technical talks, hacking sessions, and collaboration opportunities. Open Source Bridge runs June 21-24 in Portland, Oregon. Our call for proposals is open through April 13.
The PSU Foundation is looking for qualified candidates for the following positions: Special Events Associate (part-time, 20-29 hours per week, non-benefits eligible) Special Programs Coordinator (full-time, benefits eligible, including PSU tuition discount) In both of these positions, candidates that have a desire to work in the nonprofit field (especially donor-focused work) are preferred.
Hiring a strings performer for a 1-hour cocktail reception on Friday, April 1 from 6:50-7:50 at a residence in Hillsboro. Preference is viola, violin and harp, but open to bids. Please send your rate for one hour, instrument and experience (as well as any online links if applicable). Thank you!
I'm an award-winning poet and my first novel is debuting in spring 2017. As a Native American (Cherokee) writer, I've asked my publisher to consider curating/commissioning the work of a Native artist for the cover artwork. If you're interested, please send me links to your online work or portfolio. Thanks!
Hello Portland State Switchboard people, My name is Paul Holtzman and I'm a photographer who's looking for people that need/want a photographer for any kind of event/portrait service Before I moved to Portland from San Diego, I had the glorious chance to have taken photos for Redbull San Diego, MetalcoreNews, and ReLeaf Magazine weddings, and plenty of concerts. Since moving up to PSU I haven't had the opportunity to find a solid gig, so I thought I'd open my photography service to here. (Note: if you are an alumni residing in Southern California, I still work in the San Diego County as well!) I charge depending on: The type of event or service (birthday, community event, concert, senior portraits etc.) Length of the Event (by the hour or flat rate[only if it is a short event]) How you would like your photos (prints [vary by price] or digital via. email) As the term is coming to an end, I need work to help pay for tuition, so if you need any photography needs or want a quote, feel free to contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org p.s. Do understand I am a full time student so please allow for 1-2 days for me to respond if you send an email, thanks for understanding.
Interested in a workshop addressing current state of the world/nation/community? The Prosperity PSSS seminar is not academic in nature but personal which allows reflection on subject matter followed with peaceful action---Grace (me) has a MA in Conflict Resolution/Restorative Justice and Sara DeHoff (Harvard Grad) is a writer and storyweaver with emphasis on releasing the power of the human spirit. We use various relavant material and you can bring your own path material. Donations accepted. Call 503-224-0843 and leave a message with your contact info. or go to email@example.com to express interest---meeting times/places in process. http://www.negotiatingshadows.com
GO Box Needs a Rider! Do you get excited by the challenge of working on your bike, pulling a hefty trailer, and helping to reduce waste? We're a small, mission-driven company that provides reusable takeout containers to downtown food vendors and their customers. We're looking for an energetic, upbeat, and strong-legged person to help deliver and pick up reusable GO Boxes to customers. The position: We need a rider to start by filling in a few hours/week on an as-needed basis, which we expect to turn into something more regular over time. We pick up and deliver GO Boxes in downtown Portland Mon-Fri, from about 10 am to about 3 pm, and most GO Box shifts are about 2-4 hours long. Compensation: $12/hour How to Apply: See here for more information and how to apply.
I am looking for a math or science tutor to help me in graduate level course on quantitative research methods (and understanding statistics). I need tutoring on Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday and I can meet during the day or evening in Beaverton or around the PSU area. Deborah firstname.lastname@example.org
I wanted to share this opportunity at UNIDOS in McMinnville, Oregon. Please note that bilingual candidates are preferred. If you have any questions, please contact Sally Godard, executive director, at email@example.com. POSITION: Program Coordinator for Leadership and Volunteer Development LOCATION: McMinnville, OR REPORTS TO: Executive Director, Unidos Bridging Community COMPENSATION: $17-$20 hourly or $35,360 – $41,600 annually (full-time) based on qualifications and experience. Will hire for 32 or 40 hours per week. Paid holidays, vacation, sick time. Stipend provided for health insurance. CLOSING DATE: Open until filled. Application reviews begin immediately. ABOUT US: Unidos Bridging Community (Unidos) is a non-profit organization founded in 2012 in Yamhill County, Oregon. Its mission is to 1) advocate for Latin@* individuals and families, especially first or second generation immigrants, and 2) to build bridges of understanding and support among Latin@s and non-Latin@s in Yamhill County. Latin@s currently represent 16% of the county, though this number is increasing at a high rate, reflected by a 20-33% Latin@ population in many schools. We envision a time when our broader community shall fully value the contributions of immigrants, celebrate the rich cultures and life histories of all its residents, and recognize the strengths and benefits of a diverse and inclusive community. Our goal is that Latin@ individuals and families are fully engaged participants in all aspects of the community, with health and safety outcomes, educational and employment advancement, housing opportunities, and economic well-being reflective of the entire community. We work to achieve our mission through education, policy advocacy, leadership development, and immigration support. We value strong collaboration with other community organizations, and seek to promote “intentional shared relationships” where individuals from different backgrounds can get to know each other. Unidos has an all-volunteer Board of Directors (leadership team), and most of our work is accomplished by volunteers. In 2015, we hired a part-time executive assistant. This position represents our first full-time staff member. CANDIDATE PROFILE: Unidos seeks a bilingual individual who is dedicated to our mission and vision. We will hire a hard-working, outgoing, and self-motivated person who can be part of a team and able to work independently as well. This position requires the ability 1) to build strong relationships in a professional capacity and 2) to achieve desired outcomes through clear management of projects with timelines. POSITION SUMMARY: The Program Coordinator for Leadership and Volunteer Development will be responsible for 1) managing the Leadership Development Project which includes Latina Leadership Development Workshops, a monthly Latin@ Forum, and a Latin@ Young Professionals Network, and 2) developing and managing a Volunteer Program with recruitment, training, and retention components. The Program Coordinator will work closely with the Executive Director, Executive Assistant, and Board Members. ______________________ * We have chosen to use Latin@ rather than Latino or Latino/a to indicate and emphasize gender neutrality. PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Leadership Development Project Ensure development and implementation of the three primary components of the Leadership Development Project according to agreed-upon timelines. (Latina Leadership Development, monthly Latin@ Forum, Latin@ Young Professionals Network). Collaborate and confer with Executive Director and Board to discuss issues related to program development, implementation and evaluation, budgets, policies, etc. Develop program budgets, and monitor expenditures to ensure that they remain within budgetary limits. Develop program budgets, and monitor expenditures to ensure that they remain within budgetary limits. Develop and implement an evaluation tool(s) to measure effectiveness of program. Volunteer Development Assess organizational needs for volunteer involvement at various commitment levels. Design a comprehensive Volunteer Development Plan. Use a tool to assess volunteer's interests, skills, and motivation. Take leadership in active community outreach and volunteer recruitment. Provide training, feedback, and guidance to volunteers. Develop and implement an ongoing plan for volunteer appreciation and retention. Communication and Teamwork Work with staff and volunteers for media promotion of program events, recruitment, and gatherings. Assist in report writing for providers of grants. Participate in the planning and execution of fundraising activities. Attend all Board meetings. Perform other duties as assigned by Executive Director. QUALIFICATIONS (SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE): Bachelor's Degree required, or satisfactory combination of education and experience. Bilingual ability required: excellent written and oral communication skills in both Spanish and English. Able to conduct presentations and facilitate groups in both English and Spanish as needed. Bicultural ability required: knowledge of Latin@ culture, community and family communications and problem-solving, immigrant experience and generational differences, obstacles due to language barriers, legal status, poverty, and racial inequity. Demonstrated skill and knowledge of the most current applications of Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint as well as ability to use social media (websites, Facebook, texting). Prefer experience with Publisher or similar software. Program development and implementation experience preferred. Outgoing, engaging, positive approach in interactions with community members. High level of personal integrity and ethical standards. Accountability to work responsibilities and professionalism. Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to cultivate individual and collaborative relationships with others. Ability to motivate, inspire, and empower volunteers and team members. Ability to lead and manage a work-team, run efficient and effective meetings. Ability to establish and maintain cooperative relationships with schools, students, families, community organizations. Maturity of judgment in working with diverse groups while maintaining a high level of confidentiality and professionalism. Commitment to personal and professional development. Strong organizational and time management skills. Ability to meet deadlines while managing multiple projects simultaneously. Demonstrated ability to work independently, manage multiple priorities, and to creatively solve problems. Demonstrated consistency in following instructions and implementing strategies when needed. Ability to be flexible and adaptive to new situations. WORK ENVIRONMENT AND ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS: Undergo a criminal background check as needed. Work will be from office, home, and community as needed. Must be able to work a flexible schedule including evenings and weekends. Reliable car, and automobile insurance. TO APPLY: Submit 1) cover letter, 2) resumé, and 3) contact information for three references to Sally Godard, Executive Director, by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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