Job and Volunteer Opportunities 11/18

New this week:

On campus:

The University Network for Human Rights (UNHR) at Wesleyan is hiring a Communications and Events Intern.

Wesleyan Sustainability Office is hiring a new Compost Intern. Responsibilities include maintaining compost bins, collaborating with student groups on campus, and developing educational campaigns.

Off campus:

The Buttonwood Tree Performing Arts and Cultural Center in Middletown is hiring interns for Communications, Marketing/Graphic Design, and Nonprofit Administration (Cardinal Internship).

MeshEd Collective is hiring a Summer Intern (paid). Interns will be trained in curriculum writing and teaching practices, and will apprentice-teach action lab courses to students in grades 5-11 (Cardinal Internship).

Self-Evident Education is hiring an Education Intern (paid) (Cardinal Internship).

Writing Through is hiring an NGO Administrative Intern (paid) (Cardinal Internship). 

Paper Airplanes, a nonprofit organization that pairs volunteer tutors with mainly Middle Eastern refugees looking to hone their English skills, is accepting new tutor applications now. No Arabic knowledge required. Email Ariel Cohen, Wesleyan Refugee Project for questions.

Continuing Opportunities:

On campus:
The Wesleyan English Language Learner Program is seeking volunteer or work study students to serve as classroom assistants to English language learners in the Meriden schools. Students who have federal work study can get PAID for this job.

The JCCP Community Impact Residency is hiring federal work-study students to work on community projects with partners like the City of Middletown Public Works, Gilead Community Services and Middlesex United Way. 

The JCCP is hiring a professional van driver as well as student van drivers – preference to applicants who have morning availability. 

Off campus:
The Middletown Community Thanksgiving Project is back for 2021! Baskets of free Thanksgiving foods will be distributed to 1,000 Middletown families.
See ways to help out HERE!

Forest Foundation is now accepting applications to their paid summer internship program. Undergraduates can gain non-profit experience in the Greater Boston area over 10 weeks during the summer (Cardinal Internship).