Employment, Internship, Volunteer, and Grad School Opportunities

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Current/ongoing internship postings

Current job postings

Volunteer opportunities in/around SCSU

SCSU alumni give job-hunting/career development advice

SCSU Career Services

List of potential field experience sites

MNReadingCorps_MathCorps_2014-2015

Peace Corps information

 

AmeriCorps Promise Fellows positions for 2014

Promise Fellows address the civic engagement and achievement gaps experienced by many of Minnesota’s low-income students and youth of color. They also mobilize adults to connect with youth, often helping develop or augmenting volunteer programs in school-community partnership sites. For more information, see the following links:
1. What Promise Fellows do.
2. Promise Fellow Position Description

Youth First Community of Promise, a collaborative with Anoka Hennepin School District. Work with at risk/under served youth with after school and summer programs. Kelly Thorsten, Site Coordinator, 6701 Hwy 10 NW, Ramsey, MN 55303 763-421-8530. http://www.youth1st.net/

Lutheran Social Services. St. Cloud Area. Work with young children and families in a group setting providing mental health services (group facilitiation, behavior management, social skills, art/recreational skills, outings and family style meals every night). This is a summer program beginning June 3, 2013. Send resume with 3 references to: Jessica Glieden, MS, Mental Health Practictioner, Youth Intervention Project, 320-249-0317. Email: jessica.glieden@lssmn.org

J & J Homes, Direct Care Staff (working with developmental and mental disabilities clients)


South Metro Human Services (see flier).

Hands Across the World, downtown St. Cloud.

Offers opportunities to participate in many programs such as English tutoring, childcare and afterschool tutoring, river preservation, human trafficking prevention, etc. http://www.handsacrosstheworldmn.org/index.html

CENTRAL MINNESOTA SEXUAL ASSAULT CENTER

VOLUNTEER ADVOCACY TRAINING. 40 HOUR TRAINING REQUIRED,

MONDAY EVENINGS AND TWO SATURDAYS STARTING MARCH 17, 2014

15 RIVERSIDE DRIVE NE ST. CLOUD, MN 56304

Help Sexual Assault Victims on CMSAC’s After-Hours Crisis Phone Line by:

Providing Support Counseling, Working with Law Enforcement, Responding to Local Hospitals.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: CENTRAL MINNESOTA SEXUAL ASSAULT CENTER @ 320-251-4357 OR ONLINE AT WWW.CMSAC.ORG

Selected graduate school options

     

Ph.D.

NDSU, Developmental Science. All accepted students get a full tuition waiver and a monthly stipend. For more info: www.ndsu.edu/hdfs/ds

 

Masters

 

     

 

 


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