This is a short-term job opportunity. If interested, please follow up with Christine White, as indicated below.
Posted by Joyce Fagel, Shoreline CC
I am a Research Project Manager in the School of Public Health at the University of Waterloo. We will be conducting a nutrition study in Seattle, and are looking to hire research assistants to assist with data collection in September and early October.
Would you be able to circulate the attached job posting to the students in your Public and Community Health program?
Thanks for your help.
Christine White, MSc| Project Manager
School of Public Health & Health Systems
University of Waterloo
200 University Avenue West (LHN 1706)
Waterloo ON Canada, N2L 3G1
519-888-4567 Ext. 36525 | c5white
Shoreline Community College Tutoring Services is actively seeking more one-on-one tutors across the curriculum.
To qualify for an interview, applicants should:
* have at least a 3.5 or an instructor recommendation (forms available) in the courses to be tutored and a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above.
* have a strong desire to help others’ learning processes with professionalism and patience!
* carefully fill out our application, including brief but thoughtful responses to the two questions at the end.
We do our best to provide tutors to students in ANY course offered at Shoreline Community College, from accounting to visual communications technology, so we are interested in tutors across the curriculum. Most recently, we have struggled to meet the student demand in areas such as business technology, geography, nursing, statistics, and a wide variety of 200-level STEM courses, and we know we’ll need more tutors this fall for classes from accounting to physics, manufacturing to nutrition, computer science to communication studies, and many more.
Tutoring Services welcomes and encourages both domestic and international student applicants as well as qualified non-students, and we strive to employ tutors who represent the diversity of Shoreline’s student population. There is a hiring process for all applicants, which can take time as it moves from the initial application, to an interview, to paperwork, to HR processing and activation. Qualified domestic students who are interviewed and offered a position might start three or more weeks from their date of application. Given the month+ timeline for acquiring a social security card through completing new hire paperwork, qualified international students often have a longer wait to start actively tutoring. Because of the time this hiring process takes, we are particularly interested in those who will be able to tutor more than one quarter, but we consider all qualified applicants.
Karin A. Heffel Steele
Program Manager, Tutoring Services & Academic Support Shoreline Community College Library 4228 206-546-7852
Tutoring Services Summer 2017 Office Hours:
Friday (phone/email ONLY) 8am-12pm
PhysAssist is currently scheduling interviews for part-time and full-time positions at the Tacoma and Centralia sites.
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ScribeAmerica is recruiting for Lynnwood, Everett, Bothell, Marysville, and Stanwood
Scribe America hires and trains Medical Scribes for hospitals, urgent cares, and outpatient clinics. Scribes work alongside physicians by assisting with administrative tasks and various duties – gaining first-hand experience in a medical setting and earning clinical hours. Becoming a Scribe provides the student with direct exposure to medical terminology, disease processes, emergency procedures, medications, and the medical decision making process performed by the physicians.
Please feel free to visit our website to learn more about ScribeAmerica. You are also welcome to contact me directly with any questions you may have or to set up a meet-n-greet with you and your students.
Thank you for your time and your consideration,
Direct: 786.279.1062 | Corporate: 877.488.5479 | Fax: 786.497.4105
To assist applicants in successfully submitting and completing their ADEA AADSAS®application, the ADEA GoDental Virtual Fairs will open as “ADEA AADSAS Live” for one additional day on Monday, August 7.
All current ADEA AADSAS applicants are invited to join ADEA AADSAS Live—a free, online event for current applicants to chat live directly with customer service representatives regarding the application.
In addition to ADEA AADSAS customer service staff, dedicated experts will be available during the event to offer tips and answer questions about specific topics, including:
§ Fee Assistance Program (FAP) | 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time
§ Personal Statement | 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time
§ Letters of Evaluation | 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time
§ Financing a Dental Education | 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. Eastern Time
Those applicants who registered for or attended the ADEA GoDental Virtual Fairs on May 21 or June 15 do not need to register again, and will automatically receive information about logging in on August 7, 2017.
Applicants who did not participate in the 2017 ADEA GoDental Virtual Fairs will need register to access the event.
Please contact Chonté James, Director of the Predoctoral Application Service at 202-289-7201 or jamesc with any questions.
We are currently looking to train students to work as Medical Scribes in Lynnwood, Everett, Bothell, Marysville, and Stanwood . Scribes work alongside physicians by assisting with administrative tasks and various duties – gaining first-hand experience in a medical setting and earning clinical hours. Becoming a Scribe provides the student with direct exposure to medical terminology, disease processes, emergency procedures, medications, and the medical decision making process performed by the physicians.
I have attached a flyer to this email providing more information about this position and how to apply. I would greatly appreciate it if you would forward this information to any of your students that may be interested in having a career in or learning more about medicine.
Please feel free to visit our website to learn more about ScribeAmerica.
Direct: 786.279.1062 | Corporate: 877.488.5479 | Fax: 786.497.4105
1200 East Las Olas Boulevard, Suite 201 | Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
ScribeAmerica.com | Doctors Save Lives. Scribes Save Doctors.
Joyce Fagel, M.A.
Academic Advisor, Advising & Success Coaching Center
For appointment: 206-546-4559
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