I am seeking a Graduate Assistantship, paid internship or paid part-time employment with an Arts Organization, Community Garden or Urban Farm. I can provide support and strategy for online media, communications, educational outreach, teaching, leading tours, etc. I am passionate about helping promote access to the arts, especially for women and first generation college students. I am also interested in promoting health education; preventative health care and wellness for traditionally underserved populations. I believe that healing, good health and the arts go hand in hand as they contribute to and benefit everyone in the community.I would like to work with programs that are helping create sustainable communities, preventative health education and or access to the arts. "Creativity and imagination encircle the globe," as Einstein once said and I would add, these attributes contribute to healing individuals, to families and to societies especially when created within a context of community.
Sirona Technology is a start-up looking for a graphic design genius. A creative rebel. A misfit with restless energy, with tenacity, idealism, ambition and curiosity. Our business is medical tourism, and our focus is on both technology to drive patient education about treatments and destinations and on providing interactive marketing services to medical providers worldwide. What we need is simple: someone who can listen, think critically, ask questions and then perfectly interpret ideas and concepts graphically and artistically. We are looking for someone with the expertise in Illustrator and Photoshop and at least a working skill set with Adobe Edge. This will be either an hourly gig, or a project based gig to start with. For the right person, this could be ground floor access to a company that will re-shape and re-invent how patients and providers find each other, and how healthcare is delivered globally.If this sounds like you, and you have skills and the drive to have an impact, contact us. Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sirona Technology is a well-funded, start-up looking for administrative support to help grown our expanding company. We are looking for the impossible: a detail oriented person who is also highly creative. The position will be a combination of the following responsibilities:1. Data entry and management 2. Social media management3. Content review and developmentWe are willing to train for the right person. We are looking to get someone started ASAP. We think this will be between 15 to 20 hours a week at an hourly rate between $12 to $15.If you are interested, please contact us. Contact us: email@example.com
Defining digital and social touch points comes from design thinking in corporate culture first. We know we have a huge mess on our hands with companies losing their digital and social identities (including the individual).Learn how the future changes. I have the privilege and honor of meeting with Didier Bonnet (Leading Digital), Ray Wang (Disrupting Digital Business), AND Don Tapscott (The Digital Economy) all at the same time coming this November.Expand your network and the possibilities through open idea creation.We stand for local, the middle class, and our future generations by empowerment in innovation. A once in a lifetime meet up to set aside preconceived notions and cross pollinate success stories in everything we do. I will share what the in store experience looks like with engagement with brands. http://www.meetup.com/Design-thinking-for-social-impact-UI-UX-Human-Centered/members/
Sirona Technology is a start-up looking for a graphic design genius. A creative rebel. Someone who doesn't always play well with others or follow the rules, but always puts the ultimate need of clients above all else. Our business is medical tourism, and our focus is on both technology to drive patient education about treatments and destinations and on providing interactive marketing services to medical providers worldwide. What we need is simple: someone who can listen to our business model, our vision and the needs of our clients and then perfectly interpret them graphically. We are looking for someone with the expertise in Illustrator and Photoshop and at least a working skill set with Adobe Edge. This will be either an hourly gig, or a project based gig to start with. For the right person, this could be ground floor access to a company that will re-shape and re-invent how patients and providers find each other, and how healthcare is delivered globally.If this sounds like you, and you have skills and the drive to have an impact, contact us.Contact us: info @ sironatechnology. com
Join us on Sunday, October 25th for a Portland State event at Providence Park with 2013 conference finalists, the Portland Timbers. The Timbers, led by 2014 MLS All-Star Game defender, Liam Ridgewell and coached by 2013 MLS Coach of the Year, Caleb Porter will take on the Colorado Rapids at 4pm.We have a limited number of reserved tickets in Section 222 (Widmer Balcony tickets are now sold out!).Tickets will be mailed weekly. Please expect your Timbers tickets 7-14 days after purchase. If you would like to pick them up at the Simon Benson House, please email Jackie Fitzner at firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment.Use the discount code: PSUTIMBERS15 to get $10 off!Don't miss out, we have a limited number of tickets left.
Hi! I'm a late-twenties female graduate student. I was wondering if any other quiet, clean grad students would be interested in finding a house together? I'm also open to a room for rent in a shared house. I'm hoping for a calm, friendly atmosphere where we feel at home, live healthy lifestyles, might enjoy tending a garden and sometimes cooking together and sharing a meal, are considerate of each other, and live fairly sustainably. For the house, I would love to be on a direct bus route to PSU or at least within a 10-15 minute drive, but flexible on location otherwise. Quiet area, washer/dryer in the house, and dishwasher if possible are preferred. Let me know if you're interested in talking more! My budget is roughly $600-$650/month plus utilities and move-in date is flexible. I'd like to find a really good fit. Thanks!Jen
Hello - I just recently moved to Portland and am looking for a job/ paid internship. I am a Junior Graphic Design Major. I have experience in the design world, as well as have a future goal to own my own bakery/ cafe. I am interested in working for Tartberry to get food industry experience. Anyone have any experience or advice about the job or other ring positions?Thank you!
My girlfriend and I just moved to Portland and she already started school. We need chairs to be able to work at our desks (obviously) however we can't seem to find a good deal anywhere! Struggling college students in need!!!!! Let me know if you have any suggestions!
Hi,I'm looking for private tutoring in either Hindi or Gujarati (preferably in the Hillsboro/Beaverton area). Compensation is flexible, please let me know your rates. Thanks!Jessica
We have a furnished room available in our shared home, available September 20th.$650/month + $85/month utilitiesQuiet, safe, clean home in fun location (near corner of SE Division and 39th). We're students from China, Japan, Vietnam, USA.Email if interested, telling us about yourself and what you're looking for.AnnHarveyPDX@gmail.com
Title: Executive AssistantJob classification: Part time (16 hrs/week) exemptReports to: Executive DirectorClosing: Open until filledEmail resume and cover letter to: email@example.com Organization mission and projects Wisdom of the Elders, Inc. records, preserves and shares oral history, cultural arts, language concepts, and traditional ecological knowledge of exemplary Native elders and scientists in collaboration with environmental organizations, educational institutions, and government agencies. Wisdom is a Native American non-profit located in SE Portland which was founded in 1993 with a vision of Native American cultural sustainability, multimedia education and race reconciliation. Projects include: A. Discovering Yidong Xinag: Our Native American youth leadership initiative provides career pathway planning in environmental assessment and habitat restoration through STEAM* classroom education, hands-on service learning to k-12 students and integrates Native American peer mentoring (*science, technology, engineering, arts and math). B. Wisdom Workforce Development Plan: Provides training and a job pipeline for Native American workers completing environmental assessment and habitat restoration training, service learning and work assignments in local natural areas in partnership with local agencies. C. Multimedia productions and curriculum includes documentary films and Wisdom of the Elders Radio Program, communicating Northwest tribes’ responses to environmental and climate issues; Discovering Our Story culturally tailored multimedia health and wellness curriculum and career pathway planning, including monthly broadcasts on Discovering Our Story Television Program. D. Public cultural events include annual Northwest Indian Storytelling Festivals, emerging tribal storyteller’s workshops and apprenticeships. Wisdom encourages, preserves and strengthens traditional storytelling among regional tribes; and share tribal oral cultural arts with public audiences. Position Description The Executive Assistant provides support to the Executive Director and to Wisdom’s mission, vision and Native American cultural values. Administrative duties support day-to-day operations of Wisdom of the Elders, including tracking project timelines, basic bookkeeping using QuickBooks Pro in partnership with our professional bookkeeping service, coordinating activities and meetings, and interacting with and responding to routine inquiries from staff, board, volunteers, and the general public. Work SchedulePart-time exempt (16 hours per week)Essential Functions and ResponsibilitiesThe Executive Assistant will perform administrative support for the Executive Director:· Coordinate staff, board and committee meetings, incl. minutes and follow-up communications· Maintain Wisdom’s project timelines and monitor budgets · Help prepare interim and final grant reports and reimbursement requests· Complete simple bookkeeping data entry (with guidance from Wisdom’s bookkeeper)· Assist with other Wisdom tasks as needed Ideal Candidate ProfileExperience working with Native American communities, organizations and individualsProven project planning skills tracking timelines and budgetsPositive written and oral communication skills with staff, board, committees, volunteers and the publicAccuracy and thorough attention to detailActively committed to fulfilling Wisdom’s mission, vision and cultural valuesAccomplished computer program skills (MS Office Professional Suite: Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint) Able to work independently with little or no supervision QualificationsBachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience in a comparable organization is preferred. Salary/Benefits$15 an hour
All proceeds go to the Food Bank of Portland. Comment back with price you would pay. It is double sided with grommets! Perfect for dorms, garages, PSU pride, bars, etc. Lets start the bidding at $15.
Hi, my girlfriend and I are looking for 2 roommates who are willing to enter into a Co-Ed living agreement for a 4 bedroom apartment at U.P. We are from Texas and don't know anyone in Portland yet, but are clean and responsible. In order to have a co-Ed dorm, all 4 people must have a mutual agreement. Please contact me if you are firstname.lastname@example.org
The PSU Foundation is hiring a part-time Donor Relations Assistant (5-10 hours a week with flexible scheduling).DescriptionPart-time position, 5 – 10 hours a week, Monday – Friday, within the business hours of 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. This is a temporary position from September 2015 to November 2016 with a potential opportunity to be considered beyond the current end date. PSU students are encouraged to apply.Position SummaryThe Donor Relations Assistant will have the opportunity to develop professional skills and understanding the role of donor engagement and stewardship in higher education development. This individual will assist the Stewardship Team and with ad-hoc projects with a focus on endowed report support, mailings, thank you calls, as well as a myriad of day-to-day projects. Other duties as assigned. ResponsibilitiesProvide courteous, attentive and professional service at all timesPrepare letters and envelopes for mailings and other correspondenceOrganize, track and ensure timely completion of donor relations projectsAssist with special projects for the Stewardship TeamOther tasks as assigned and prioritized by Stewardship Manager Key CompetenciesTechnologically-savvy with a desire to learn new and better ways of successfully completing assignmentsA strong commitment to being data-driven and donor-centricExcellent interpersonal skills and ability to communicate effectively and professionally in person, on the phone and through written correspondenceDemonstrated ability to be productive and organized with multiple competing tasks and demandsAccurate, attentive to details and open to constructive feedbackDemonstrated sensitivity when handling confidential informationAbility to successfully function in a detail-oriented and fast-paced environmentReliable attendance, patience with protocol and diplomacy in all situationsMS Office skillsPreferred QualificationsBachelor’s degree preferred; candidates currently pursuing an undergraduate degree will be consideredA desire to work in the non-profit field, especially donor-focused work, and be a part of a mission driven educational institution.To ApplyIf you wish to apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to email@example.com.About the PSU FoundationThe PSU Foundation is committed to supporting Portland State’s mission to be a leading public university and strives to fulfill the philanthropic needs of the university. Gifts to PSU support academic excellence, cutting-edge research, exceptional faculty and valuable community partnerships.
Paid Internship Opportunity! Mazamas & Friends of Outdoor School: Youth Program Development Assistant
Youth Program Development Assistant: Summer and after-school campsDescription of WorkAre you passionate about the outdoors and about working with kids to introduce them to terrific outdoor experiences? Two local leaders in outdoor education, the Mazamas and Friends of Outdoor School, have partnered to offer a program development assistant position. The Mazamas is a 120 year-old mountaineering nonprofit providing educational and recreational programming to people young and old. Friends of Outdoor School is an organization dedicated to preserving the Outdoor School experience for every Oregon student.Our organizations are partnering to grow our fee-for-service youth programs, especially the Adventure WILD! Summer Day Camp. Revenue-generating programs such as Adventure WILD! support the outreach work our organizations do to community youth.We seek an individual with experience in nonprofit administration and program development to research camp models and best practices to expand and enhance this camp. The intern’s work with run along three primary tracks: 1) Immersion into the structure and programs of both the Mazamas and Friends of Outdoor School to understand our missions, our current program offerings, and our motivations for partnering; 2) Research program models and best practices, especially in summer camps; 3) Develop a new or updated program model for the Adventure WILD! Summer Day camp, including a 5-year revenue plan.This position will be based out of the Mazamas offices in SE Portland. They will report directly to the Mazama Volunteer Manager and have the support of the Friends of Outdoor School Executive Director.The Successful Candidate- Embodies the Mazama mission and has a passion for sharing their love of outdoors with others- Holds a degree in Nonprofit Management, Outdoor Education/Leadership, Environmental Studies, Environmental Science or Education- Has experience working with youth- Has experience coordinating events or programs and managing program budgets- Is comfortable in a busy work environment- Demonstrates a passion for making connections and building relationships- Shows strong analytical and writing skills- Easily navigates basic office suite programs and internet applicationsEssential Duties and Responsibilities Organizational Immersion (20%)o Work with Mazama and Friends of Outdoor School staff to understand the mission, vision and values of the organizationso Understand the partnership between the organizations and assess the viability of long-term alliance Program Model Research (40%)o Create relationships with other nonprofits to research summer camp program modelso Develop a report of findings, including best practices when running mission-oriented camps, budget models and revenue targets, staffing requirements, etc. Program Creation (40%)o Establish program goals and outcomes for the summer day campo Prepare timeline for program development and implementation, with clear deliverables for each partner organizationo Assess volunteer and staff infrastructure needs, prepare role descriptionso Develop a program budgeto Create evaluation metrics and an assessment processo Present program plan to both Mazama and Friends of Outdoor School boardsPosition PerksThis is a temporary, part-time position. $ Living stipend – amount and dispensation schedule to be determined. Hike and climb for free with the Mazamas while you intern!Schedule: Part-time for approximately 3 monthsLocation: Portland, ORApplication Procedure: Apply by sending a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.Start date: Flexible, preferred September 2015Contact: Kati Mayfield, Mazama Volunteer Manager, email@example.com.
The PSU Foundation is hiring a part-time Special Events Coordinator!DescriptionPart-time, 20-25 hours per week, M-F between 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. This is a temporary position – August 2015 to December 2015. The projects-based position is non-benefits eligible and works an agreed upon schedule which will be adjusted based on event and stewardship priorities and timelines.Position SummaryThe Special Events Coordinator plays a meaningful role on a dynamic team at the Portland State University Foundation. The position requires the ability to multi-task, meet deadlines, and handle sensitive and confidential situations. The position provides administrative and technological support for donor-centered events and projects.The position requires a high level of interpersonal skills including excellent team work, a commitment to providing exceptional and professional customer service, the ability to improvise and learn on the job, active listening and communicating, accountability, and flexibility.The successful candidate demonstrates poise, tact, a sense of humor and diplomacy while professionally interacting and communicating with internal partners at all levels of the organization as well as donors and supporters of PSU.ResponsibilitiesProvide courteous, attentive and professional service at all timesOrder and maintain inventory of event suppliesProcess and coordinate vendor quotes, professional service agreements and check requestsPrepare letters and envelopes for mailings and other correspondenceCoordinate special events mailings and delivery servicesPhotocopy, prepare electronic copies and assemble documents for meetings and eventsDeliver and pick-up confidential materials and event suppliesOrganize, track and ensure timely completion of special event projectsAssist with special projects for the Special Events teamOther tasks as assigned and prioritized by Special Events Manager and Special Events Assistant ManagerKey CompetenciesTechnologically-savvy with a desire to learn new and better ways of successfully completing assignments and executing special eventsA strong commitment to being data-driven and donor-centricExcellent interpersonal skills and ability to communicate effectively and professionally in person, on the phone and through written correspondenceDemonstrated ability to be productive and organized with multiple competing tasks and demandsAccurate, attentive to details and open to constructive feedbackDemonstrated sensitivity when handling confidential informationAbility to successfully function in a detail-oriented and fast-paced environment – especially with special eventsReliable attendance, patience with protocol and diplomacy in all situationsMS Office skillsRequired/Minimum Qualifications1+ years of office experienceAbility to work occasional nights and weekends, depending on event scheduleInterest in non-profit work, especially within event management, donor relations and marketing & communicationsHigh school diploma or equivalentIntermediate experience with Microsoft Office SuiteUnderstanding, appreciation and compliance with maintaining confidential informationPreferred QualificationsBachelor’s degree preferredA desire to work in the non-profit field, especially donor-focused work, and be a part of a mission driven educational institution.Experience with attendee management software (such as Social Tables), donor databases (such as Agilon’s ONE), web content management (such as Drupal), project management software (such as EasyProjects) and graphic design software (such as InDesign)To ApplyCompensation will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a great sturdy desk. 5 drawers plus a file cabinet. Asking $200 cash, OBO. Vintage looking. Measures 60" wide, 30" wide and 34" tall
Keen Footwear Hosting a FREE Networking Event for Students & Alums Looking For a Career In Outdoor Industry!
Want to get into the Outdoor Industry? Are you a PSU Student and/or Recent Alumnus? If you answered yes to these questions...take note! On August 13th Keen is hosting a pretty awesome networking event @ their headquarters that will feature a career panel composed of industry leaders providing special tips to get you started in the field. There will also be industry reps from all the big Pacific NW outdoor industries to mingle with and find out more about the opportunities they have to offer. Oh and if that wasn't already sounding pretty great...there will also be FREE food, beer, DJ and a raffle. Complete Event Info w/Registration Link: Keen Footwear is inviting students and alumni to join them for a FREE networking event that is geared toward young professional and college students focused on how to break into or advance your career in the outdoor industry. There will be a panel of of outdoor industry experts that will share their own stories and give advice on how students can prepare themselves to get a job in the outdoor industry. After the panel concludes, students will have the opportunity to network with young professionals at outdoor companies such as Nike, Adidas, Keen, Columbia, REI, etc. There will be also be free food and beer served (21 year and older). Did I mention all this is FREE? The event is August 13th from 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm. RSVP is recommended to guarantee a spot:http://peatix.com/event/105339
Hi! I am a 26 year-old female grad student at PSU looking for a female roommate who is financially stable, respectful and a non-smoker. Room is available September 1st. The apartment is a 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom, full kitchen with new appliances and dishwasher, and balcony with grill. There is also washer/dryer in the unit. The third room functions as an office which would be shared. There is also off-street parking spot available and bike room for easy storage. It is located about 3 miles from PSU and close to many bars and restaurants. It is an easy commute to campus via the Clinton Street bike boulevard. Please respond with a little bit about yourself and any questions you have about the apartment.
Bonjour!I am a PSU French Studies major (senior) who is looking to help others better their French. In addition to my studies at PSU, I've recently returned from 6 months living and studying abroad in France where I spoke French every single day. What I can offer you:My expertise in French (levels 101-411)Help with speaking, grammar, literatureConversation PartnerSharing resources about the French community in Portland and at PSUStudy Abroad assistanceFinding Jobs/Internships in FranceIf you need to raise your grade or need someone to guide you, send me a message.(Tutoring rate: $11/hour)Cordialement,Dora
Learn how things will shift massively. People are loved.The values are:Transparency, authenticity, and trust as a serviceIntegrityEmpowermentListeningCollaborationCreativityHuman touchCommunityPrinciples + ValuesLearn how co-creation + co-innovating through the digital and social transformation will happen by a peoples needs based approach.The leaders in technology in Silicon Valley are drooling by the P2P, Sharing economy and collaborative economy approach. It's bottom-up via pull and love.Don't miss out on the relationship economy through platform management (making communication visual for all). You are your own brand. A small example will be shown how one simple company can go from $200M to $2B in horizontal partnerships. We all have to think differently in these changing times. Look at the values and you can see direction of people before technical and feasible as it's all voice driven (education, politics, social, shopping, etc.).Design thinking for social impact defined (with everyone's involvement collaboratively). Open up the creativity for all via empowerment. A must not miss meeting GUARANTEED (unless you want to be left behind). http://www.meetup.com/Design-thinking-for-social-impact-UI-UX-Human-Centered/PS It's all accessibility to visual communication. Everyone involved will make money and at the same time make everyone else better. If you can change your preconceived notions and defer judgment by de-plugging first join the meet-up. No entitlement please. We all empower one another.
A former PSU student is looking for individuals to help her out with a Grad project for the University of Glasgow!Very simple, not much time commitment.Shoot her an Email at:email@example.com if you are interested!I’m a Thai, and I graduated from Portland State University, Arts: Graphic Design in 2009. Since then I received an M.Phil. from the Glasgow School of Art in their Digital Design Studio, and now I am pursuing my Ph.D. at GSA and the University of Glasgow. My profile at the GSA is:http://www.gsa.ac.uk/research/supervisors-plus-students/research-students/w/wisetchat,-sawitree/As part of my research into how faces vary by ethnicity, I am collecting frontal and lateral facial photographs of young adults of different ethnotypes. I have a consent form that was approved by the GSA that individuals may sign, if willing to be photographed, and which explains how the photographs will be used. The photographs, by the way, are all digitally combined into an ‘average’ face for each ethnicity. Then we are using some image processing techniques to measure the proportions of different faces. Here are links to the FaceLab project at the University of Glasgow:http://faceresearch.org/demos/averagehttp://faceresearch.org/demos/transformhttp://facelab.org/Technology/morph_vs_transformPotentailly looking for students connected, but not limited to Philippine, Thai, Indian, Latino, or Japanese student organizations.Her name is Sawitree.Let's see if Switchboard can't help an Alumni out!
I love tennis and am naturally not terrible at it, but I need a coach to help me get better and back in shape. Let's play at PSU a few days per week. (I live 3 blocks away). You don't have to be a pro, just good -- maybe you played high school or are on the PSU team. If you can commit I'll pay you $20 an hour up to 3 times per week to be my coach.
Companies and individuals are throwing their identities away right and left without them realizing it. This creates an anti-competitive world. Do you wake up in the morning saying, "I want to be awesome today! I will empower others including myself?".Think before you speak. De-plug before you plug in. Your future depends on you understanding the consequences of what you are leaving behind. Your digital footprint and others around you. You have two ears and one mouth. Empowerment is the future.What's your purpose? "Do unto others as they would have you do unto them"Our dealings are often quick transactions. Treating people as if they were vending machines. The world will slow down and take time to develop quality relationships.We are in a phase of a massive communication breakdown (with little listening going on). Let's all learn together the benefits of work/life balance through design in culture. Trust, transparency, and authenticity in business will come forward.Accessibility with conversations is what we are all after. Open platforms and aspiring communities. The consumer will come first as it's pull versus push going inbound in the future. People are the engine.Please join an amazing opportunity on creative confidence by all.http://www.meetup.com/Design-thinking-for-social-impact-UI-UX-Human-Centered/The meeting will be outlined before we first meet to get the creativity flowing so you can bring idea creation to it. No idea is a bad idea. New ideas are always in the flow and we build upon them. We set aside preconceived notions and defer judgment.
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