Summer Volunteer Needed – Earn RSSW Credit – Grand Street Community Arts

Dear SUNY friends,

GSCA is searching for a Board Relations Volunteer. If you know any students who may be looking for a rewarding volunteer opportunity in an administrative position this summer, please send them our way. 14-hour per month committment (so it does not preclude having another job this summer.)

Please share.

Thank you
Lex

http://www.volunteermatch.org/search/opp2358101.jsp

Radix Needs Volunteers – Earn RSSW Credit

Looking to Build a Garden Volunteer Squad!

Want to get your hands dirty?  Break a sweat? Hang out with baby goats? Spend time helping create beautiful green spaces for public benefit in the South End and Arbor Hill? Learn about gardening?  Share your knowledge with others? Increase access to fresh food?

Join us!

MORE VEGETABLES!

AVillage, Trinity Alliance, and the Radix Center are looking to build a group of interested people to help us beautify and maintain the 7 gardens we collectively manage.  We are actively engaged in addressing the many issues around hunger, health, and sustainability in the South End of Albany, which is officially labeled as a “food desert.” We will be holding many group work days, and are also looking for motivated volunteers to help out on other days.  The gardens have various educational and community food access uses – all of them are awesome.

If you are interested in joining up – please send an email to stacy@radixcenter.org with the following information:

  • Hours/week or month you are willing to help out
  • Availability – days & times
  • Gardening experience/knowledge level
  • Level of physical contribution
  • Carpentry skills?  Tools?  (Arbors and raised beds – or whatever you dream up!)

Donations of $, seeds, plants, trellises, pots, manure, compost, etc.  always welcome!

We’re all working hard – and WE NEED YOU!

Stacy Pettigrew, MS
Executive Director
The Radix Ecological Sustainability Center
http://radixcenter.org

International Internships

Dear Colleagues,

 

I am writing to share an exciting partnership that benefits SUNY students system-wide and is managed by SUNY Potsdam. In today’s highly competitive workplace, it is increasingly important that undergraduate students add an international dimension to their resumes for future employment and/or to their applications for graduate school.  Recognizing this need, SUNY Potsdam Study Abroad Office and the Experiential Education Offices have collaborated with international internships

provider Global Experiences to place students in established businesses, institutions, and organizations in ten global cities.

These internships offer beneficial on-the-job experience and offer students the chance to live and work with people from a different culture.  Further, these international internships can build confidence and provide direction for future career goals. The internship program can off students full-time credit and are available to all majors.  They range from 8 to 12 weeks in length and are available during the fall, spring, and summer semesters.

Participants receive a customized internship placement with a host employer, personalized career coaching based on the Clifton StrengthsFinder® as well as a professional development webinar series focus on a variety of skills and components of the experience: resumes & cover letters, interviewing skills, online personal branding, intercultural understanding and how to prepare for living and working abroad.

Global Experiences is offering a promotion for students who wish to enroll this fall wherein their program fee will be reduced by $500.

 

Additional information can be found online: http://www.globalexperiences.com/suny

Questions may be directed to Krista LaVack, Director of Study Abroad (lavackkm@potsdam.edu) and Toby White, Director of Experiential Education (whitetj@potsdam.edu), both at SUNY Potsdam.


Melissa Vivian, LMHC

Director of Academic Internships
Communication | Maximizer | Adaptability | Woo | Achiever
www.globalexperiences.com

 

Get an edge in life
14 Annapolis Street ׀‎ Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone: 917-558-2321

Skype: MBuerkett

South End Children’s Cafe – Dorm Cleaning – Don’t Throw Away – Donate – See Below – Not Counted As Hours for RSSW

To all the wonderful students that the South End Children’s Cafe has had the honor of serving with this semester…thank you for all you have done and will continue to do to make the lives of children and families better. You are all amazing and I can’t thank you enough for your generosity.

As you are packing your dorm room up and before you throw anything away, please consider a donation to the South End Children’s Cafe. We would be happy to be the recipient of the following clean, unopened, gently used items if you were considering throwing them away (we will share them with our families):

Any food that is unopened, nonperishable and not expired.

Small, clean bins we can use for organizing.

Notebooks or other school supplies that are barely and gently used.

Backpacks that are in good condition and clean or any sports bags or small luggage.

Blankets and sheets that are clean and in good condition.

Bath towels that are clean and in good condition.

Unopened toiletries.

Bulletin boards or dry erase boards.

Decor especially fairy lights or white Christmas lights.

Plants (please give instructions for watering).

Unopened laundry detergent, dryer sheets (can be opened) or other cleaning supplies especially wipes.

Unused trash bags

Blue tooth speakers.

Gently used yoga mats.

Pouf type seats or ottoman squares with storage.

Coffee and tea items like one cup coffee or tea appliances, individually packed tea bags, coffee or tea pods or sugar, disposable coffee cups with lids.

Any clean work out clothing like yoga pants, yoga shorts, mens or womens shorts, sneakers in good shape, Uggs, sweatshirts, tee shirts, bathing suits (both men and women)

Thank you so much for consideration and generosity. If you have any questions please text Tracie at 518.275.8890.

Congratulations on another successful year!

Tracie

Tracie Killar

Director

South End Children’s Cafe

www.southendchildrenscafe.com

Employment Opportunities – Not for Credit – Language Learning Institute

Come Join Our Team!

Our staff loves to spread their love of language and culture to people of all ages!

Is this you?

The Language Learning Institute is seeking to fill the following positions:

Part-Time Admin Assistant and Sales

The Language Learning Institute is seeking a mature person to fill a part-time Admin Assistant and Sales position. The successful candidate must have computer skills in Word, Excel, Power Point, and Publisher. .

Sales and customer service experience necessary. Foreign Language background a plus. Organization skills and good English grammar in both spoken and written language a must. Creativity welcomed. Availability is needed for hours between 10am and 5pm with some evening hours on occasion.

Send resume to:

info@languagelearninginstitute.com        nscarselletta@languagelearninginstitute.com

Questions? Call 518-346-7096

 

Part-Time Language Teacher Teachers 

The Language Learning Institute is seeking language teachers to take on new programs which are starting soon in French, Spanish, Italian, Mandarin Chinese and English Grammar.

Successful candidates must be bi-lingual with good command of the grammatical structures of both English and the target language. The Language Learning Institute seeks team players who are interested in commitment and making a difference through language learning and cultural events. Prior teaching experience a plus. Teachers will be expected to teach children and adults in both a private lesson and class environment.

Send resume to:

info@languagelearninginstitute.com

nscarselletta@languagelearninginstitute.com

Questions? Call 518-346-7096

Please do feel free to forward this email on to your friends and family. I have left information in this newsletter to show what we have done and what we plan to do.

We are seeking dedicated and committed people who want to make a difference.

We look forward to meeting you!

Best regards,

Nancy A Scarselletta, Founder/ Director

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We have on-going enrollment in each of our classes, so please browse the links included in this email to view our current course selection and start learning a new language today!  Any of our courses can be held online through virtual instruction, or in your workplace. We additionally offer private lessons.

Be sure to contact us or call 518-346-7096 for more information regarding classes and gift certificates. We are here to help!

Keep in touch with us through  FacebookTwitter, Google+, and Linked-In. Don’t forget to visit us at: www.LanguageLearningInstitute.com

 

Best regards,

Nancy Scarselletta; Founder/Director