The Baldwin-Whitehall School District has posted
Summer 2018 job opportunities for students and recent graduates.
Go to www.bwschools.net - District Departments - Human Resources - Employment Opportunities for more information. Applicants must secure
Act 34 Criminal Record Clearance, Act 151 Child Abuse History Clearance and
Act 114 Federal Criminal History Fingerprint Clearance as required by law.
Deadline to apply is Monday, April 9, 2018. EOE.
BMLDI (Black Male Leadership Development Institute) in conjunction with the urban League of Greater Pittsburgh and Robert Morris University are now accepting applications for next year's program.
BMLDI is a program for African American boys, grades 9-12, focused on leadership skills and education. Students will participate in a summer residential program at RMU, Saturday Institute's, Guys Night Out Sessions all focused on college and career, identity development, empowerment, health and wellness, global awareness and more!
See Mrs. Babik for an application or visit www.bmldi.com.
GirlGov is a year-round program for young women to learn about civics, advocacy, philanthropy, community involvement, women's history and leadership.
They are now accepting applications for next year's programming. Students who are going to be 9th through 12th graders starting in the Fall of 2018 may apply. Go to GirlGov.org to apply or email questions to email@example.com. See your counselor if you have any questions.
ARYSE Continues to Spring Forward
We are accepting nominations for students to attend PRYSE Academy 2018. If you are an immigrant or refugee student in middle or high school who would be interested in the summer program, see Mrs. Babik for a nomination.
Resources and Opportunities: The Migration Policy Institute recently released a report on how to support superdiverse classrooms that are comprised of Dual Language Learners and English Learners from a variety of backgrounds.
Young Voices for the Planet (YVFP) is hiring a part-time Workshop Coordinator to organize a series of 4 - 10 educator training workshops in Greater Pittsburgh in partnership with local organizations.
The Global Switchboard seeks a full-time Director of Operations who will work as a thought partner with the Executive Director, forming the senior leadership team of the organization.
ARYSE is currently looking for male tutors to support middle school students with homework and English skills. If you are interested in this opportunity, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line Interest in Tutoring. Upcoming Events:Join Repair the World, Jewish Family and Community Services of Pittsburgh, All for All. and Casa San José for a dinner and discussion on immigration and refugees in Pittsburgh and around the world TONIGHT. We will also be connecting it to the Jewish holiday of Passover, a story of liberation and immigration. RSVP here.
Join Global Minds Allderdice on April 24th for a night of food, dancing, and fun! The event is 100% planned by students, and they plan to honor 50+ student leaders from around 25+ countries for their oustanding
accomplishments this year. They also ask that you bring a cultural dish to share, enough for 15+ people is suggested.
Join ARYSE, All for All, Sevenzo, and Global Minds Initiative for an event on May 21st at City Theatre! We're bringing together students and educators to discuss how Pittsburgh area schools can better serve English Learners and how ESL teachers can help build community within their classrooms.
Donate to ARYSE
What is innovation?
Webster’s dictionary defines it as “a new idea, method, or device.” At Point Park University we strive to be innovative in education. For us innovation includes addressing specific challenges while staying relevant and providing ideas for solutions.
That is why we are pleased to share that the Center for Media Innovation (CMI) at Point Park University, along with a few partners, are hosting "Inclusion Innovation Week" culminating with an event onApril 5th from 12-4 PM.
We need students to get creative! We are asking high school students to film public service announcements (PSAs) for this event. The topics the students can choose from are as follows:
Media Specialist | CMI 112
Point Park University | CMI
412-392-8149 | 412-779-6096
My name is Beth and I work at Taylor Rental. We are in looking for employees to work. The job is cleaning our rental chairs. We have several types of chairs that need attention! These items go out on rental and when they come back we need to prepare them for the next customer. It pays $8.00 per hour. Enclosed is an application. We need employees asap!
Wait Staff Server Position.
Culinary Service Group a Premier Food Service Contract Management Company is seeking Part Time Wait Staff Servers to work in our Senior Living Community.
Responsible for setting and clearing tables, taking residents food and beverage orders and serving residents in a timely professional manner.
Contact: Food Service Director to Schedule an interview at 412 469-1069.
Learn and Earn is a 6 week summer employment program
for young adults ages 14 to 21. The program runs from June 25th through August 3rd with orientation the week of June 18th. Pay is between $7.25 and $9.25 per hour
with the possibility of working up to 25 hours per week Monday through Friday.
Jobs include: planting urban gardens, creating websites
and business plans, and much more!
The online application can be found at: www.jobs4summer.org until May 4th.
See Mrs. Babik with any questions.
We hope you are as excited for our STEAM night as we are! We wanted to remind you of a few things before you come to Harrison Middle School on March 20th!
We hope to see you tomorrow!
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