The PSU Alumni Association is hosting its first career and professional development of the year with a focus on technology and companies involved in the designing, developing, and building of hardware and software systems. Come join us for networking opportunities and listen to an engaging panel discussion from leaders in Portland's technology field.Doors open at 5:30 PM, panel discussion begins at 6:00 PM. Moderating the event will be Skip Newberry, President of the Technology Association of Oregon. Panelists include:-Serge Leef, Vice President of New Ventures and General Manager of the System-Level Engineering Division at Mentor Graphics-Ryan Brady, Director of Mobile Products Operations and Finance at Qorvo Corp (formally TriQuint Semiconductor)-Michael Tanguay, SVP Sales & Engineering at DWFritz-Kevin Johnson, Sr. Business Development Coordinator and Advanced Manufacturing Liaison for the Portland Development CommissionThere will be networking opportunities before and after the 1-hour panel discussion to meet the panelists, recruiters in the industry, and PSU staff along with other PSU alumni. SPECIAL OFFER: PSU Alumni and Students will receive a $5 discount off admission before February 19th! Use promo code PSUTECH15 at checkout. Ticket costs include a great spread of appetizers and 2 drink tickets.This event is open to the community. Tickets can be purchased here.
I need to hire a tutor for my 5'th grade daughter who is not meeting grade level expectations.Ideally, I am looking for someone who is pursuing a teaching career, preferably a graduate student from the School of Education. Also, someone who is familiar with the new "Common Core" state standards, particularly in regards to math. Here is a link to the new standard:http://www.corestandards.org/Math/Content/5/introduction/The tutor would be expected to maintain contact with the teacher, whom determines what my daughter needs to work on. The ideal tutor would be flexible; willing and able to adjust their their approach (teaching technique), when necessary.We live in the Tigard/Beaverton area so tutor must be willing to commute.
Hi there PSU students & alumni!I am a PSU alumna (2009; BA German & History) and, after moving out of Oregon for several years for graduate school and work, recently returned to Portland. My husband and I bought my four bed/two bath childhood home in Laurelhurst and are looking for someone to rent our extra bedroom/bath and upstairs space. We would love to live with a fellow PSU student or alumn!The room is located on our second floor, where I use the second bedroom for a home office (I work from home three days a week and commute out of town the other two). While the bedroom is cozy (10'x12'), the large hallway is also yours to use however you like - it's been a living room and/or office in the past (the total square footage of the upstairs is about 600 square feet). You would also have a private full bath and extra storage closet in the hallway (more storage in the basement and/or garage, depending on your level of stuff). The kitchen is shared (along with other parts of our house); laundry is located in the basement; parking is available on the street. We also have a deck/BBQ, very green front and back yard, and rooftop vegetable garden (over the garage) to look forward to when the months grow warmer. We are close to the bus/MAX (the Hollywood transit center is about 4 blocks away). We are a young professional couple, who spend quiet evenings at home (we generally do our partying elsewhere, with the exception of weekend dinner parties, beers with small groups, and board games) and our weekends working on our house or playing outside. We keep a clean house and kitchen and are looking for a respectful, quiet roommate who keeps similar hours to us. Additionally, you must like, preferably enjoy, living with cats. We have two older cats and a young energetic dog, all of whom are still in the process of learning to live together. In the meantime, the cats spend most of their time upstairs and the dog downstairs. Please don't apply if this won't work for you. Rent is $650 per month, with an additional $100/month for all utilities (including wifi, but no cable). We ask for first and last month's rent up front ($1300). We are specifically looking for one person without pets (a cat could be negotiable if they get along with ours). We are not necessarily looking for someone to make a long-term commitment (but could if they like) and are happy to rent month to month.If this sounds like a good match for you, please send us an email with a little bit about yourself and when you would be able to move in. We will be making appointments to meet and show the space.Thanks for looking and happy house hunting!Alice & Jonahajkersting@gmail.com
Available! Furnished room for rent to a female student (Reed or PSU student would be a great fit!). Home is shared with other female students.Has two cats in home, so no more pets permitted. Attaching a pic of one of the cats...he's older and gentle and loving, as is the other cat here! :-) You can keep them out of your private room, though, if you're not a fan of cats.Washer/dryer, dishwasher, SUPER FAST Internet, fully furnished, recently remodeled and VERY nice home we all share. Peaceful, comfortable, and clean. :-)Available now and lease ends July 31, 2016 (but you can sign a new lease if you're here for the next school term, also). DISCOUNTED!! $525/mo plus $85/mo utilities.Send me a message here, or email us (email@example.com) with information about yourself, if you're interested!
Are you passionate about building communities? Are you excited about preventing waste through the gift of fruit? Do you love talking with people? If so, then we welcome your application to become a volunteer PFTP Ambassador, where you will represent Portland Fruit Tree Project at various outreach events throughout the year. The Fix-It Fair, Jade Night Market, Juneteenth Oregon and Sunday Parkways are just a few of the 40 annual events at which we table!Overview:PFTP Ambassadors will play a vital role in connecting community members with Portland Fruit Tree Project. Ambassadors will help spread the word about PFTP’s mission, programs, and ways to get involved. This will be done primarily through info booths at community events.For a full position description and application instructions (don't worry - it's short!) go to: www.portlandfruit.org/ambassador. Applications are due Sunday February 14th (Valentine's Day!).*You must be 18 years of age or older to apply.
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We have a big private furnished room available for another female student in our shared home, available now. Rent is $625/month + $85/month for utilities. Safe, vegetarian & perfume free home in fun location between Hawthorne & Division. We're all PSU & Reed female students from China, Japan, Vietnam, USA.Direct bus to downtown/PSU. Direct bus to Reed. Hope to hear back from you soon!
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Hello!I would like to sublet my room which is a extra large furnished room!I am looking for female, because my room is shared with another female student :)Out house is located SE, few blocks to Division street, which is the perfect placeto discover Portland! And it takes about 20 mins to downtown by bus 4.This is a very international house, currently Chinese, Japanese, Vietnameseand French students live together, we are all 20's and students in Portland.We also have two friendly pets inside, they are very sweet<3The house is kept clean by the house owner, so it's always clean!!Everyone is very laid back, drama free, and gets along. We sometimeseat a meal together (it's a vegetarian home, -some of the roommates are not vegetarian like me and I eat meat and fish at the local restaurants but I am learning new vegetarian recipe and it's also good for my health!)or sit in the common areas doing our own things while sharing the same space, but mostly we're independently living while respecting each other.If you're interested in knowing more, let me know :)Thank you for reading!
Need to get rid of this dresser. It is in like new condition -- only really used it as a TV stand. It's Black/Brown and I originally purchased it for $89. Asking for $50. Cash only. Pick up only.
If you believe the purpose economy is coming then this meet-up group is for you.We will talk about digital and social meaningful conversations in community and business infrastructure (accessibility to those conversations). Portland State has the unique opportunity to bring a speaker series to campus with the likes of Brian Solis, Mark Babbitt, and Ray Wang. We need your help organizing such an event. Mark talks about the importance of empowerment not only with students but within business infrastructure. He wants to speak to students and share his knowledge with you!Community involvement and social innovation is what this group stands for - Striving for equality. We don't use technology to make people weaker and dis-empower them. Students deserve opportunity. Be fearless at Portland State says. Empowerment in innovation is what drives us. http://www.meetup.com/Design-thinking-for-social-impact-UI-UX-Human-Centered/If you want to let creativity fly and be empowered this meet-up group is for you.
Hi! If you're an ECE student and you're looking for some extra equipment, hit me up! A colleague of mine recently left the country, leaving behind a box of stuff he used while taking ECE classes at PSU (specifically ECE 201). There's a breadboard, capacitors, LED lights, and other stuff (pictures below). If you're interested in this, we can arrange a time when we're both on campus, and I'll just hand it over. Cheers!
On-campus apartment space available! Super convenient location for PSU students. Location: 1955 SW 5th Ave. Fully furnished unit with partially shared bedroom available. $539/month (utilities included)! Roommates are very genuine, nice, chill, and organized ladies who are often not home due to busy schedules.Available starting January 1st.Feel free to contact me with any questions!541-740-3191
We have two furnished rooms available in our shared female student home. 1) Shared spacious room with separate sleeping areas (separated by curtains...very cute), two desks with lamps, shared open area with furniture, skylights, air conditioning, and more. VERY nice space. Other roommate in that room is a sweet and respectful Reed student who's mostly only home very late in the evenings and a few hours on the weekend. $475/mo plus $85 util2) Large room furnished with queen-sized furniture from a castle in France! Bed, dresser with mirror, desk with chair, bamboo flooring with rug, ceiling fan, and more. Beautiful room! $625/mo plus $85 utilMessage me if you're interested in either. :-)
Do you have skills/experience in organic fruit tree care? Put those skills to great use and join Portland Fruit Tree Project in increasing the health and abundance of urban fruit trees - Become a Tree Care Team Member or Leader in 2016!We are forming small teams of volunteers to care for fruit trees registered and harvested by PFTP. Each Tree Care Team will include one or two 'Team Leaders' with experience and skills in organic fruit tree care, who will guide the group. Each team will be responsible for a group of trees in their area, visiting each tree once per season to complete the full spectrum of care throughout the year.This is a unique opportunity to develop strong skills in organic fruit tree care, meet new people, and improve the health and productivity of trees providing food to your community!Members and Leaders will participate in ten 3-hour work-parties over an 11-month period (January-November, 2016).Topics/tasks will include: Winter Pruning, Young Fruit Tree Training & Care, Spring Pest & Disease Management, Fruit Thinning, Summer Pruning, Fall Clean-Up/Pest & Disease Assessment.Participants who attend at least 8 sessions (with at least one session per topic) will receive a certificate of completion.Full position descriptions can be found on our website.
Hello! I have a master's degree in Voice Performance from The Boston Convservatory and am beginning post-bac work to pursue Speech-Language Pathology at PSU. I am building my music studio in the Portland area, and would be delighted to offer lessons to you. You can check out my website at: www.joannahball.com. Please contact me for more information! Voice Lessons: Learn to sing in a positive, supportive environment designed for your unique voice. We focus on your personal goals and cover topics which include building healthy vocal technique (a balance of breath, phonation and resonance) to discover free and natural production through vocal exercises and body awareness.Piano Lessons: Learn basic skills in piano, or build on previous experience. Deepen your knowledge of music theory to enrich all of your musical endeavors.
Love science and working with plants? Xplant Lab, Inc. is currently accepting applications for one part-time Laboratory Technician 1 position. This person's primary duties will be to aseptically divide and transfer plants to fresh culture medium to increase plant inventory and to select plants for sale and delivery to our customers. Botany or biology background and experience with sterile technique preferred. Lab locations are in St. Paul, Oregon and Multnomah Village. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
It's an honor and privilege to put together an incredible meet up of a lifetime. Everything is changing so rapidly in this digital and social transformation (everyone trying to re-define themselves). Being part of the Connected Enterprise last week changed my life. I had the opportunity to talk about the "Network" effect with world leaders such as Ray Wang, Don Tapscott, Harvard, Oxford University, and even Stanford. Making sense of the heart with engagement and insights is tough to define (empathy in community). With your help and creativity we can do it together!Please feel free to pass this along to whoever you think might be interested. We will white board off of white boards from the leaders in the world. The opportunities by design and human centered thinking are endless right now (the voice matters).I would be blessed for you to join the community. Sharing is truly caring. I share my voice of the network. Follow your heart and own intuition. May we all make a difference together. http://www.meetup.com/Design-thinking-for-social-impact-UI-UX-Human-Centered/
Female roommate wanted! Room available from January to June. Awesome apartment with awesome female roommate on SE Gladstone St. Close to lots of bars, coffee shops, bus stops, max. $747 a month plus utilities/electric. Room can be either partially furnished or not. Furnishings incluse queen size bed frame, two bed side tables/drawers, large dresser, rolling desk chair. The rest of the house is furnished! Roommate is J, 21 years old, student, very laid back and fun, keeps the house tidy, very outgoing. Email email@example.com if interested, want to see pictures, or meet!
$551 / Master Bedroom for Rent in SW PDX TownhouseLooking for 1 new housemate or a Couple:Around mid-20's to early 30's (or mature early 20's)Employed and/or can afford to pay their share of rent & utilitiesNon-smoking, non-420, non-drugsIdeally has experience living with a female roommateYour QualitiesFriendlyStable and reliableCleanly, organizedOpen-minded, communicativeResponsible & respectfulPerfect situation for.... A professional; individual who travels and needs a home base; student or graduate; someone employed; pilots; someone without any/much furnitureI'm Offering You The Master Bedroom (the larger room w/ a double closet large enough for 2 people - unfurnished)Available to Move-In: November 20th - December 30th, 2015 Rental Details UtilitiesRent: $551 Electricity, Water/Sewer, InternetRental Deposit: $400 -Monthly cost varies upon usageLease: 1 Year -Not included in rental costPets Allowed: NoTownhouse FeaturesBedrooms: 2 (overall)Bathrooms: 1.5 - Upstairs: Double Sinks + Toilet + Shower/Bath combination - Downstairs: Bathroom + LaundryAttached 1 Car Garage + Open cul-de-sac parkingLiving Space: 850+ SQ FTAdditional Storage Space: 450+ SQ FTFront yard with large trees and shrubs for privacyCute little front patio with a small BBQ grillWide Balcony overlooking the neighborhoodInterior AmenitiesWasher & DryerDishwasherRefrigeratorDigital Kitchen Appliances (stainless-steel microwave, stove-top/oven with ventilation)Lots of drawer, cabinet, cupboard and closet spaceDeadbolt front door lock + Door ScopeDouble pane windows & sliding glass doorsOpen Floor PlanWarm living room fireplaceElectric heating (bedrooms + living room)Fully furnished as seen in the pictures (except for the Master Bedroom)AmenitiesHigh-Speed Internet + Wi-FiAdditional garage storage spaceSeasonal professional landscapingMaintenance crew available for appointmentsPublic Transportation to Downtown Portland (depending on traffic)By CAR: Avg. 5-10 minutes.By BUS: At least 15 minutes.Nearest TriMet Bus Lines: 1, 12, 39, 44*, 45, 54*, 55, 56*, 61, 64 (*Closest to the townhouse.)Nearby Universities & Colleges (*closest to the townhouse)*OHSU U of O- Portland Campus*Portland State University Reed College*Lewis & Clark College George Fox University- Portland Center*National College of Natural Medicine University of Phoenix- Oregon Campus*PCC Sylvania + Downtown Center Everest Institute-Tigard*American College of Healthcare SciencesNeighborhoodSafe, private, clean, quiet, and calmFriendly/quiet neighbors; mostly families and couplesSidewalks and walking paths (one leading towards the bus stop)Great area for runningNear a large park with running trails + Community Recreation Center (gym, pool, jacuzzi -- I'm a member!)Close to public transit, a library, many grocery stores, restaurants, coffee shops, bakeries, brewpubs and banksIf you feel like you would be a good fit, then nice to meet you! I'm Dora.Serious inquiries only. Send a message and I will share more about myself and the townhouse. Looking forward to hearing from you!My Craiglist Adhttp://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/roo/5302739635.htmlGet to know me through Social MediaInstagram: www.instagram.com/dsuhrerFacebook: www.facebook.com/dora.suhrer
We have a furnished room available in our shared home, available 12/24$650/month + $85/month utilitiesQuiet, safe, clean home in fun location (SE Division and 39th). We're students from China, Japan, Vietnam, USA.Direct bus to downtown.20mn commute to PSU. Direct bus to ReedPictures available on request. Email if interested, telling us about yourself and what you're looking for:firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for a family friendly event to kick off your Halloween morning? Drop by PSU's Campus Rec center for some tricks, treats, games and fun! "Spooky" rock climbing and costumes are encouraged. FREE event open to the entire PSU community.
Join the Pacific Islanders Club (PIC) as we celebrate our 3rd annual cultural event. Enjoy live performances, vendors, photo booth, games, and more! See flyer for details.FREE Admission for all PSU students, faculty, staff and the general public.*Must show your PSU student ID to receive a food ticketPIC Sock Drive: Bring a pair of clean socks and receive an extra door prize ticket! Donations will be going to the Portland Rescue Mission and be provided to houseless men and women for the upcoming winter.
Portland State University Advising & Career Services is hosting Amazon next week as part of their career week and in celebration of the campus-wide Portland State of Mind Celebration!The sessions are focused on entry-level technical and non-technical job opportunities with Amazon. Please see the attached photo for more information! All opportunities are open to students and alumni interested in attending & free!OCTOBER 26TH, 4:30PM - 5:30PM, Broadway Residence Hall 222Info Session hosted by CLAS highlighting non-tech opportunities: Account Representative / Account Executive, Brand Specialist, and Talent Acquisition Development Program OCTOBER 27TH, 5:30PM - 7:00PM, Location: FAB86-01Info Session in MCECS highlighting technical opportunities: Software Development Engineer, Support Engineer OCTOBER 28TH, 4:30PM - 5:15PM, Location: SBA 160 Info Session in School of Business Administration highlighting entry-level management positions in operations and supply chain OCTOBER 28TH, 11:00AM - 3:00PM, Location: SMSU Ballroom, Room 355 Visit the Amazon booth at the Engineering & Technology Career Fair
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