by Ryan on Apr 27, 2016

Seeking a Video Game Production Team

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 rjm8@pdx.edu. Thank you.

by Delaney on Apr 25, 2016

Part time work available at SE Portland foodcart

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 laneyalice@gmail.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!

by Lauren on Mar 26, 2016

Call for Proposals for Open Source Bridge 2016

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.

by Michelle on Mar 16, 2016

French Textbook - Promenades

I would like to sell my French Textbook for $95.00 or best offer. Fine condition, no rips or writing. No code included. Happy to ship using Media Mail. Thank you.

by Lauren on Mar 14, 2016

Job Opportunities: Special Events Associate and Special Programs Coordinator

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.

by Jessica on Mar 11, 2016

Strings performer, 1 hour in Hillsboro

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!

by Jessica on Mar 11, 2016

Call for Native artists (esp. painters/graphic designers)

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!

by Paul on Mar 09, 2016

Photographic Services

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: paulholtzman@gmail.com 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.

by Grace Eagle on Mar 06, 2016

Prosperity Peace Sanity Soul & Spirit

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 grace_eagle@hotmail.com to express interest---meeting times/places in process. http://www.negotiatingshadows.com

by Laura on Mar 04, 2016

Bicycle Delivery Position

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.

by Deborah on Mar 04, 2016

Math or science Tutor

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 deborahbogle@hotmail.com

by Lauren on Feb 29, 2016

Program Coordinator for Leadership and Volunteer Development at UNIDOS

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 unidosyamhillcounty@gmail.org. 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 â�� $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 â��intentional shared relationshipsâ�� 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 volunteerâ��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):  Bachelorâ��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: unidosyamhillcounty@gmail.org

by Eric on Feb 24, 2016

Contract Graphic Designer

Job Title:                  Contract Graphic Designer Area of Interest:       Marketing, Communications Job location:            Portland, OR Position Type:          Contract, 8-20 hours per week depending on client needs   Organization Mission Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Oregon and Southwest Washington (â��RMHC Oregonâ��) provides a "home away from home" for families with seriously ill children, and supports initiatives to improve pediatric health.   Our independent local chapter is 30 years old with two Ronald McDonald Houses that provide housing, comfort and support for 50 families every night. We are also developing a Ronald McDonald Family Room program to provide in-hospital comfort and support for families with children. For more information on our mission, history and programs, please visit www.RMHCOregon.org   Primary Purpose Part-time graphic designer needed to design and create marketing collateral to meet specific needs for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Oregon and Southwest. Projects range from newsletters, templates, postcards, fliers, invitations, event signage and digital content. This position report to the Director of Marketing and Communications.   Primary Duties and Responsibilities ·       Creates needed marketing materials from initial design concept to finalized pieces  ·       Works with the Director of Marketing and Communications and other staff members on a variety of projects, ranging from smaller internal documents to larger projects, such as billboard and booklets.  ·       Adhere to Ronald McDonald House brand guidelines and ensure all collateral meets these standards ·       Completes projects by coordinating with outside agencies, art services, printers, etc. ·       Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed. Requirements   ·       Proven graphic and/or web design experience ·       Demonstrated ability to work within branding guidelines and meet deadlines ·       Minimum two years of related experience ·       Design portfolio illustrating applicant's style and ability ·       Ability to interact with clients and guide projects to successful completion ·       Proficiency in the Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator CC.)  ·       Understanding of how to prep files for print and deliver clean files.   To Apply, send a cover letter and resume to hr@rmhcoregon.org, attention: Eric Brown.

by Eric on Feb 24, 2016

Guest Services Coordinator - Part time, Bilingual (Eng, Spanish)

Job Posting Job Title:                   Guest Services Coordinator (Bilingual in English & Spanish REQUIRED) Area of Interest:         Family support, customer service Job location:             Portland, Oregon Position Type:            Part time (30 hours every other weekend), Fri-Sun, w/ opportunity for up to 3 sleeping shifts (11:30 -7:30, Mon-Sun)             Organization Mission and Overview Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Oregon and Southwest Washington (â��RMHC Oregonâ��) provides a "home away from home" for families with seriously ill children, and supports initiatives to improve pediatric health.   Our independent local chapter is 30 years old with two Ronald McDonald Houses that provide housing, comfort and support for 50 families every night. We are also developing a Ronald McDonald Family Room program to provide in-hospital comfort and support for families with children. For more information on our mission, history and programs, please visit www.RMHCOregon.org   Primary Purpose: The Guest Services Coordinator helps to ensure that Ronald McDonald House Charities of Oregon and Southwest Washingtonâ��s two Portland Ronald McDonald Houses® (RMH) and future Ronald McDonald Family Rooms® (RMFR) offer the most welcoming and hospitable guest services possible.  The Guest Services Coordinator works closely with volunteers and the Family Placement coordinator to coordinate guest arrival and registration activities and serves as the daily contact and support for all guest families during their stay. The Guest Services Coordinator models RMHCâ��s values and compassionate hospitality principles, reinforcing a culture of exemplary service for guest families. Primary Duties and Responsibilities:   ·       Coordinate room assignments with the Family Placement Coordinator. ·       Manage guest registration process: check in/check out, house tours, and access to their rooms.   ·       Serve as a resource for families for navigating transportation, neighborhood services, and family activities in the community.  ·       Provide on-site support for all programs and activities, in collaboration with the volunteer coordinators. ·       Demonstrate commitment to compassionate hospitality principles with each family interaction and create a comfortable environment that encourages family cooperation and a home-like environment. ·       Ensure a warm and welcome greeting to all families. ·       Provide daily oversight of front desk volunteers. ·       Assure adherence to policies and processes that maintain the well-being of staff, volunteers and guests. ·       Elevate issues and problems to the Guest Services Manager and/or Guest Services Director. ·       Maintain proficiency in guest registration and guest management software systems, including Raiserâ��s Edge data entry as necessary. ·       Provide oversight and support guests using kitchen, teen room, family room and living room spaces. Other Responsibilities   ·       Maintain the cleanliness and orderliness of the Houses and Family Rooms. ·       Serve as back up to the Family Placement Coordinator during evenings and weekends. ·       May be on call during critical periods. ·       Maintain security protocols for guests. ·       Provide daily summary of activities to ensure consistent communication and follow up between shifts. ·       Assist with other duties as assigned     Requirements   Experience Required: Requires at least two years of work experience in a customer service or similar position that involves interaction with the public. Experience in the hospitality industry preferred.         Skills Required: Enthusiastic with excellent customer service skills Enjoy working with people and possess a friendly and outgoing personality Excellent listening skills Exceptional verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills Basic computer proficiency, including email, Word and Excel, and database management Strong attention to detail Ability to work well under pressure, meeting multiple and sometimes conflicting priorities Good analytical and problem-solving skills Fluency in Spanish is required.   Educational Requirements: High School diploma required; some college level coursework preferred   To Apply, send a cover letter and resume to hr@rmhcoregon.org, attention: Eric Brown.

by Robert on Feb 23, 2016

Will barter photographic art for line editing of my nonfiction manuscript

I wrote a history of papermaking at Willamette Falls, Oregon. It is over 200 pages with about 60 photos, bibliography, and three appendices. In it I interview former workers of the West Linn and Oregon City paper mills. English or history majors preferred.

by tom on Feb 23, 2016

Job position: Research & Advocacy Director, City Club of Portland

City Club of Portland seeks a Research & Advocacy Director (RAD) with a deep commitment to civic engagement, advocacy, equity, and public policy. The ideal candidate is a strategic thinker experienced in compiling research and securing public policy victories while working with diverse City Club and community members in a collaborative environment. The position will report to the Executive Director. For additional information: https://www.macslist.org/macs-list/City-Club-of-Portland/Research-Advocacy-Director/pbPQcPP969nP/.

by Hillary on Feb 16, 2016

Hillary '03, MBA in Sustainable Systems Seeks Job

Dear PSU Alum: I am actively searching for employment opportunities in the sustainability field and am reaching out to see if you know of anyone I can talk with.  I have a strong background and knowledge in conflict minerals, sustainability, and corporate social responsibility, along with transferable skills in management, leadership, and instruction. Following an earlier career in the legal field, I completed my MBA in Sustainable Systems at Pinchot University and worked as a Conflict Minerals & Sustainability Consultant for several high-profile organizations. Through my recent experience and studies, I have built a strong background and knowledge base in conflict minerals, sustainability, corporate social responsibility, and related areas (e.g. supply chain and product lifecycle management). My most important contribution to date has been to develop a Conflict Minerals Best Practices Toolkit that helps companies understand how to build capabilities so they can own and design a Conflict Minerals Compliance Program that meets their specific compliance needs. Complementing my sustainability and conflict minerals background are transferable skills in such areas as collaboration, instruction, and support. The common theme across my skill sets is the ability to build excellent relationships. Because I form positive and sustainable relationships, I can achieve buy-in from those I collaborate with and instruct. I serve as an effective team player and liaison in a variety of companies and environments. Specific examples from my conflict minerals / sustainability work that illustrate the value I offer include: With Costco, I provided specific best-practice recommendations for Dodd-Frank Section 1502 compliance that were passed on to their Sourcing / Procurement team as well as to a partner organization. With the Conflict Free Sourcing Initiative (CFSI), I created the business case for membership for the organization and assisted with marketing strategies, leading to a membership increase from 200 to 300. With the Conscious Company Magazine, I prepared a feature article that led to a spotlight on the Conflict Minerals section: http://www.consciouscompanymagazine.com/blogs/press/77014017-the-conflict-minerals-issue. Thank you in advance for your time and consideration.   Sincerely, Hillary M. Rupert PSU '03

by David on Feb 15, 2016

Graphic Design Opportunity

               Imagine having your work influence how patients from around the world learn about new and innovative treatments for some of the most chronic diseases? Imagine having your work connect patients to therapies and helping to define an entirely new field of medicine. We are a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping patient to safely access new medical treatments from around the world. We have a specific need for some graphic design / interactive marketing work as we better define and realize our mission.   We are looking for an energetic, creative type who is seeking an opportunity to build their personal, professional portfolio and earn some important real-world work experience.   Our group works with medical clinics, ministries of health and other governmental agencies from all around the world.   As we grow, there is an opportunity to turn this into either a paid full-time or part-time position. If you are interested, please contact us and letâ��s set up a time to discuss.   David Audley '97 Chair and General Secretary American Regenerative Technology Alliance david@regen-tech.org 503-339-7150

by Connor on Feb 13, 2016

Metal Wall Shelf

No longer available for purchase at Pottery Barn Owned less than 6 months Perfect Condition 58" wide 10" depth and 38" high $225 cash Comes with hardware for installation

by Carri on Feb 04, 2016

Interested in the technology field? Join our networking event on March 2nd!

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 Commission There 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.

by Alexa on Jan 26, 2016

Tutor 5'th grader who is behind

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.

by Alice on Jan 23, 2016

Room + private bath for rent in Laurelhurst (NE)

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 & Jonah ajkersting@gmail.com

by ann on Jan 21, 2016

Available! DISCOUNTED Furnished Room For Rent Near Campus!

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 (annharveypdx@gmail.com) with information about yourself, if you're interested!

by Outreach on Jan 14, 2016

Outreach volunteer opportunity!

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 PFTPâ��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. 

by Célia on Dec 29, 2015

Organic Chemistry Textbook

Hi! I'm looking for Organic Chemistry 4th ed by JG Smith.

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