The CUNY 311 Project is hiring students!
– Answer incoming calls within the 24-hour/7-day/week operation in a professional and courteous manner.
– Maintain customer satisfaction.
– Identify customers’ needs and assist accordingly.
– Enter call data into a computerized tracking system.
– Perform routine clerical work such as copying, filing and faxing as needed.
– Collaborate with DoITT and CUNY Program staff as needed.
**Please visit the Center for Career and Professional Development for possible opportunities of obtaining academic credit using this experience.**
• Currently a student in good standing at a City University of New York college and graduating no sooner than December 2017.
• Undergraduate students, at time of application, must hold a GPA of 2.5 or higher, and maintain enrollment in at least 6 credits while working with CUNY 311.
• Graduate students, at time of application, must hold a GPA of 3.0 or higher, and maintain enrollment in at least 3 credits while working with CUNY 311.
• Be available 18 hours per week for three 6 hour shifts.
• Have strong computer skills and be proficient with Internet.
• Have excellent telephone etiquette and communication skills.
• Be proficient in English and have strong reading and writing skills.
• Only students with strong attendance and punctuality skills should apply.
If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity or to apply, log into your John Jay Careers Online account and look for JOB ID: 24556.
The Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) provides New York City residents ages 14-24 with PAID summer employment in July and August for up to six weeks.
Participants are selected by lottery for the program and selected participants are given the opportunity to work in entry-level jobs within the following industries:
- Arts and Recreation
- Educational Services
- Financial Services
- Information Technology
- Marketing/Public Relations
- Real Estate/Property
- New York City Residents
- Ages 14 – 24
- Completed Required Document Checklist
To learn more about this opportunity or to access the application, click HERE.
The Kairos Learning Community provides academic help and support for the Sunset Park youth community. They offer one-on-one tutoring, after school homework help, summer academic programs and test prep.
They are currently seeking part-time academic tutors to work with students from Pre-K through High School for the following subjects:
Note: All academic tutors must speak Spanish!
Please send your resume via email or drop in to one of their offices.
Address 1: 420 42nd Street, Brooklyn NY 11232.
Phone #1: 347-689-3353
Address 2: 6207 5th Avenue, Brooklyn NY 11220
Phone #2: 347-844-9233
Click HERE to view their flyer.
Living Environment and Writing/ELA Tutor
Masa works with Mexican and Latino immigrant children, youth, and families in the South Bronx to develop strong learners and leaders who fully participate in and contribute to the larger community.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Create curriculum, present drafts well in advance to the Youth Program Associate for review, and make revisions as needed
- Implement lesson plans in a group setting
- Provide 1-to-1 tutoring to students in the program
- Provide feedback on student progress and/or concerns to Youth Program Associate on a timely basis
- MUST be available on Wednesdays from 4:30-7 PM
- Experience tutoring in Living Environment and Writing
- Experience facilitating group discussions
- Comfortable working in a dynamic environment; extremely independent and goal-oriented
- Extremely positive, patient, and understanding; able to build rapport and trust with youth
- Excellent administrative, time management, and organizational skills; computer-savvy
- Comfortable with providing tutoring in Math/Algebra a plus
Approximately 5.5 hours/week, including Wednesdays from 4:30-7 PM
How to apply:
Send your resume and a brief cover letter explaining why you are a good fit for this role to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about this opportunity, click HERE.
The America Needs You Fellows Program helps high achieving, first-generation college students succeed in college and their careers. Freshman can also apply! (see eligibility requirements below).
- You are a first-generation college student (neither of my parents have a bachelor’s degree)
- You are a freshman attending a 4-year or community college
- If attending community college, you must intent to transfer to a 4-year school (ANY provides transfer support)
- You are a college freshmen or a college student with no more than 30 credits by by 3/1/2017 if on a semester schedule
- You are available to attend regular Saturday workshops
- You are a U.S. Citizen, Permanent Resident, or eligible for full-time work in the U.S. by July 2017
- You are considered low-income by HUD standards
- Individualized support from a successful professional
- 28 intensive workshops over a 2-year period
- Counseling and academic support, up to $2,000 in grants
- Diverse professionals and internship/job opportunities
The deadline to apply is March 1, 2017.
If you are a freshman, please take advantage of this fantastic opportunity; not many fellowships are available for freshmen! For more information on the America Needs You Fellows Program and how to apply click HERE. If you have any further questions, email Alexander Rendon at email@example.com.
John Jay students, are you a forensic psychology major? At any point, did you have any of the following questions:
- what can I do with a forensic psychology degree?
- is graduate school necessary for psychology majors?
- what is needed to succeed in a career in psychology?
Ask these questions and more at the forensic psychology info session with Dr. Charles Stone. Head on to L2.84 in the New Building during community hour! It’s open to all students and no RSVP required.
The War Resisters League’s Freeman Internship is now accepting applications! The War Resisters League is an organization dedicated to antimilitarist projects and police demilitarization. Interns will work with the Communications & Development Associate and Coordinator to support daily operations. Day to day operations may include helping to plan fundraising drives, organize volunteers to participate in phone banking activities, and prepare campaign messaging and fundraising response scripts. If you are interested in working for a good cause while also gaining a wealth of skills and knowledge, apply to be a War Resisters League’s Freeman Intern today!
- Experience or education in campaign-related grassroots fundraising strategy
- Knowledge of current social movement landscape
- Excellent writing and interpersonal communication skills are a plus
- Able to work 20 hours a week for 13 weeks
For more information on the War Resisters League’s Freeman Internship and how to apply follow this link.