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Lange Research and Evaluation, Inc. ( is a service-oriented firm that provides research, evaluation, project planning, and data-related services to non-profit and for-profit organizations and companies throughout the United States. Its clients include a variety of groups in the field of education and social sciences including national organizations, universities, state education agencies, private foundations, county and city government, local education agencies, charter schools, and companies within the private sector. The company was formed in 1995 and has served over 75 clients in over 15 states. In addition, projects have included data gathering in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. The "What Works" Clearinghouse (WWC) ( vetted Lange Research and Evaluation, Inc. and lists them on their site as a recommended evaluator.

Evaluation Specialist Position

We are a forward-looking growing small company that is looking to add to our team of evaluators and researchers by hiring an Evaluation Specialist. The Evaluation Specialist reports to the project managers and collaborates with the team to develop and implement research and evaluation projects including project design, work plans, instrument development, data management, and analyses, and reports and presentations.

Specific Responsibilities

• Conduct research and literature reviews
• Understand and use basic evaluation and research techniques
• Design and implement project surveys--both online and mail
• Conduct qualitative data gathering such as interviews and focus groups
• Use Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Webinar technology
• Work as a team member, both as a team leader and member
• Assist with the design of logic models, evaluation plans, instruments
• Interpret descriptive and inferential statistics
• Assist with report writing, briefings, and dissemination efforts
• Support project managers with project management tasks

Desired Qualifications

• Master's degree in a social science field with coursework in evaluation/research methods
• Knowledge of education and related fields
• Demonstrated leadership and self-starting characteristics
• Quantitative and qualitative analysis skills (i.e. Excel, SPSS)
• Strong organizational skills
• Strong communication skills
• Ability to work independently

Interested applicants contact Cheryl M. Lange, Ph.D. at

Career of the Week- Adult Education Teacher

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Adult Education Teacher instruct adults and out-of-school youths in reading, writing, speaking English, and math-- skills to equip them to solve problems, improve their job opportunities, and further their education. The instruction provided by these teachers can be divided into three principal categories: adult basic education (ABE), which is geared toward adults whose skills are either at or below an eighth-grade level; adult secondary education (ASE), which is geared towards students who wish to obtain their General Educational Development (GED) certificate or other high school equivalency credential; and English literacy instruction for adults with limited proficiency in English.

In most States, adult education teachers need at least a bachelor's degree, although some programs prefer or require a master's degree. Programs may also prefer to hire those with teaching experience, especially with adults. Many States require teachers in these programs to have some form of license if they are employed in a State or local government-run program. Some States have specific licenses for adult education teachers, while others require a public school teacher license.

Employment of adult literacy and remedial education teachers is expected to grow by 15 percent through 2018, which is faster than the average for all occupations. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average hourly salary of self-enrichment teachers was over $19 in 2009, but the highest 10 percent earned more than $33 per hour. The larger group of full-time adult education teachers can expect upwards of $56,000 per year, according to When added as a supplemental income, monetary benefit and clientele opportunities make teaching adult classes a lucrative hobby.

Additional Resources
Teacher Jobs
Teacher's net: Adult Educators

Potential Employers
Boston Center for Adult Education
Apollo Group, Inc

Southern Teachers Agency Recruitment Event

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February 23 - 25, 2011.
Hundreds of administrators from private & independent schools will be attending the annual conference of the National Association of Independent Schools, and many of these administrators will be interviewing candidates from STA at the conference.
To be eligible to attend the STA Fair in Washington, candidates must apply by January 28, 2011. For more information, please go to our website:
Thanks for your consideration.

Career of the Week- Child Abuse Counselor

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A career in child abuse counseling means working with children in a variety of clinical or private settings using a number of interventions, interventions that will likely center on some form of the most common type of therapy used for abuse victims - play therapy.

Careers in child abuse counseling require a strong background in psychology as well as experience in working with victims of abuse. This career changes the lives of children and families, requiring a high level of maturity, empathy, acceptance, and patience. Those who work in this field say it's one of the most challenging careers, but also one of the most meaningful and satisfying for a person who truly wants to make a difference.

If you want to impact the lives of children and youth, get started on a career in child abuse counseling. A master's or PhD in psychology, counseling or social work is required. This career is quite a choice for students who are interested in working with children and also major in Early Childhood Education or Family Social Science.

Additional Resources

Counseling Degree Program
Earn your License/Certification in Psychology
Colleges for Counseling - Counseling Schools

Amica Open Positions

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Amica Mutual Insurance has open positions for an Associate Adjuster and an Associate Account Manager. See the links below for job descriptions.

AA Job Description.pdf

AM Job Description.pdf

Breakthrough Saint Paul Internship

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Breakthrough Saint Paul is looking for a diverse group of talented undergraduate and high school students (juniors/seniors) to teach and lead at an innovative academic summer program for highly motivated, under-resourced middle school students in Saint Paul. Breakthrough provides paid summer teaching internships, complete with training and classroom teaching experience.

Open to all majors!

This internship was ranked as one of the TOP TEN SUMMER INTERNSHIPS FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS by the Princeton Review.

Please check out the attached documents and visit our website for more details!

Application Deadline: March 7th, 2011 (Interviews granted on a rolling basis).

Workshops for Professional Development

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Workshop on Professionalism
The Student Employment Leadership Program (SELP) out of the Office for Student Engagement is hosting two workshops called What is Professionalism?

What does it mean to "be professional" in the workplace and why is this important? Join us for the What is Professionalism? Panel where a small group of employers from various industries will help us answer these very questions. Discussion will focus on topics such as professional communication, appearance, attitude, building professional networks (in-person and on-line) and some fundamental professional etiquette tips that can apply across types of jobs, industries and organizations. Help ensure that you can be successful in any of your current as well as future positions by joining us for this great event! This event is sponsored by the Office for Student Engagement.

Workshop #1

Tuesday November 30, 2010
From 4:00PM to 6:00PM
Science Teaching and Student Services, Room 131B

Workshop #2

Wednesday December 8, 2010
From 4:00PM to 6:00PM
Science Teaching & Student Services, Room 230

Register for these events through GoldPASS

Cross Cultural Job Search

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Searching for a job in a culture outside your own.

How do you effectively look for a job in another country or culture? Mary Boss, President of MBoss International and long-time expatriate, will share with us her personal experiences and professional advice regarding the cross border job search. What are the cultural land-mines you need to know about? How do you network effectively in a place where you don't know nonverbal cues? How can you be most effective in a cross-cultural interview or salary negotiation?
Whether you are a US student considering a global career or an international student planning to work in the US, please join us for a lively discussion of job searches across national boundaries.
4 TO 6 PM
R.S.V.P. by noon on November 29 if you plan to attend:
Mary G. Boss, a professional careers trainer, coach and author, is the founder of MBoss International, a firm specializing in international career design and expatriate training and consulting. From 1988-2003, Mary was the Director of INSEAD Business School's MBA Career Service in France and Singapore where she managed an international team of career professionals, planned and taught a career management curriculum, advised global corporate recruiters and coached MBA candidates from around the world. She has had a varied international career herself, including 3 years in the Middle East as an assistant to Jordan's Crown Prince Hassan and also 5 years in Paris working as a press attaché to The Aga Khan. She is currently working with the US State Department, coaching retiring diplomats on their career transitions.

Mary is the author of extensive market research on international executive search as well as editor of a reference book for HR professionals in Europe. She holds a Masters in Diplomacy from American University and a BA from Wheaton College. An American expatriate for more than 25 years, Mary now has offices in St Paul, Minnesota as well as Fontainebleau, France.

Long-Call Reserve 8th Grade Reading Teaching Position

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Anderson School in Minneapolis, MN
November 29 - January 25
Applicants needed ASAP.


Goal of the Reading Teacher:
To develop in each student skills of reading and that are fundamental
to good communication and literate citizenship; to develop
appreciation of good literature of all types; to motivate students to
read widely for information and recreation; to develop standards for
critical judgment of written and oral communications transmitted by
mass media; to discover and develop special talents of students in the
field of Reading.


·Establish developmentally appropriate instructional and behavioral
expectations for students and for self and communicate those to
students and their families
·Create lessons and learning environments that are safe, respectful
and interesting as well as multicultural/gender and ability
fair/developmentally appropriate. Select, adapt and individualize
materials appropriate for diverse student populations and skill levels
·Teach students the required curricula using strategies that foster
thinking, reasoning and problem solving
·Collaborate and communicate regularly with families in making
educational decisions and use family and community resources to
support learning
·Assess students' developmental, cognitive and social needs and
provide developmentally appropriate instruction to meet those needs
·Regularly assess student learning by using multiple forms of assessment
·Facilitate positive interactions between students and teacher,
student and peers and student and other adults
.Model learning and behavior consistent with the expectations for students.
·Assess own instructional effectiveness through the Professional
Development Process (PDP)
·Participate in ongoing and regular staff, team and individual
professional development
·Collaborate with peers to develop, plan and implement best practices
based on the needs/abilities of the students
·Always keep the students' needs and rights first and foremost in any
educational decision making
·Demonstrate competence in the Minneapolis Standards of Effective Instruction
·Have a working knowledge of and implement the Minnesota State
Standards and the District Graduation Requirements

-A valid MN Teaching License in Reading
-Prior successful experience in urban, multicultural education desirable
-Demonstrates continued professional development through course
work, research, peer collaboration, and/or job-embedded staff
-Working knowledge of the subject matter, classroom management
techniques, current researched best practices and strategies, as well
as students' learning styles and needs, both academic and affective

Please send an email to Also, complete
an on-line application at (click on employment).
In addition, upload an electronic copy of both your cover letter and
resume to your application at the time that you apply. Make sure that
you apply for the specific position in which you are interested.

Final candidates may be invited to interview with a committee. Final
appointment to this position will be contingent upon passing a
criminal background check.

Minneapolis Public Schools will not deny anyone the opportunity for
training or employment because of sex, race, religion, color, creed,
national origin, marital status, age, sexual preference, disability or
status with regard to public assistance.
The Minneapolis Public Schools is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
School District

National Dodgeball League Internship

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The National Dodgeball League represents both a pro and amateur dodgeball association. The NDL is responsible for the overall marketing, planning, and sponsorship of each association.

The application deadline for this internship is December 15, 2010. See the attached file for a more detailed internship description.

NDL Internship Description.rtf

Global Citizens Internship Opportunities

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Global have two internship opportunities available next
semester and we are accepting resumes and cover letters through this
Sunday, November 21 at 11:59pm. The employer has graciously extended
the deadline for CEHD students. They will begin reviewing applications
on Monday morning.

Students can find the information here:
They are particularly looking for more skilled applicants for the Technology
All applications should be submitted to - no
calls, please.

AAEE Annual Online Teacher Job Fair

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Nov. 29 - Dec. 1, 2010

Interested in teaching positions across the country? Participate in the AAEE Annual Online Teacher Job Fair. Once the job fair has begun simply log-in to browse the "booths" and upload your resume. There is no fee or registration required for students/job seekers.

Check the website listed above a few days prior to the event to learn when employers have scheduled their live chats. There will also be message boards for those unable to participate during the live chat.

Questions about how to prepare? Schedule an appointment with CEHD Career Services by calling 612-624-7577.

Catholic Relief Services International Development Fellows Program
Information Session
Friday, 11/19/2010
Room 205 Humphrey Center

International Development Fellows Program (IDFP)
Catholic Relief Services' International Development Fellows Program (IDFP) gives people who are interested in a career in international relief and development an opportunity to increase their overseas experience and gain exposure to our programs. Each year, CRS places approximately 25 Fellows with our country programs overseas. Assignments are for one year, typically starting at the end of July.
Specific job responsibilities vary greatly from one country to another depending on the country program's focus (Agriculture, Health, Peacebuilding, Education, Microfinance, social assistance or a combination of these). The goal of the IDFP is to place Fellows in positions where they can draw on their previous education and work experience, while broadening their skills. Many of our fellowships lead to regular positions with Catholic Relief Services.

Peer Advisor Position Openings

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University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Community Service-Learning Center (CSLC)
Peer Advisor

Class Title: Undergraduate Teaching Assistant I or II
Pay Rate: $8.50 and $9.00

No. of Openings: 2
Job Begins: Spring Semester 2011 (with training in mid-December 2010)
Job Ends: end of Spring Semester 2011 and upon satisfactory performance may continue during 2011-12 academic year.

Work Schedule: 10 hours per week (arranged in consultation with supervisor predominately during office hours 8-4:30 pm Monday-Friday, some evening/weekends for trainings, recruitment or events).

Status: Work-Study Required. Preference is give to students who have at least four semesters left before graduation.

To apply for this position, send your resume and cover letter to:
Katie Peacock
128 Pleasant St. SE
240 Appleby Hall
Minneapolis, MN 55455
For more information email
Deadline to Submit Application: Friday, December 3rd 2010

The Community Service-Learning Center (CSLC), along with its partner office of Off-Campus Study, coordinates University-wide resources for community service-learning and domestic off-campus study programs. We have a project-oriented and team management approach to accomplishing our work.

The Community Service-Learning portion of the office (1) provides support to departments and faculty teaching courses throughout the Twin Cities campus with community-based learning components; (2) cultivates and maintains partnerships with local community organizations; (3) supports co-curricular community-based learning by advising students on community involvement opportunities and provides opportunities for student leadership; (4) designs and implements a pre-entry orientation and training curriculum for students involved in service-learning courses and in co-curricular programs facilitated by community partners and University staff; and (5) coordinates the Community Engagement Scholars Program (CESP) which provides official University recognition for students who make a serious commitment to the greater community. Additional information about Community Service-Learning is available at

Career Panel: Sales & Marketing

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Start a discussion with recruiters about a career in sales. Get insight from employers about opportunities, responsibilities and benefits of a career in sales. Ask questions and network with recruiters

WHEN: Monday, Dec. 6th, 3:30pm-5:00pm

Mick White - Country Financial
Cole Niemeyer - Marco
Valerie Aas - Waldorf School
Dan Ferguson - Minnesota Swarm
Chad Feldman - Forest Pharmaceuticals

WHERE: Hanson Hall, Room 1-109

Job Opening: Senior Research Analyst

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The Policy & Research Group is a research firm based in New Orleans, specializing in research and evaluation of public policy and programs. We apply high-quality social science methodology to study a broad range of areas, including: substance abuse; HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment; mental health; education; housing; equitable state fiscal policies; and public health. See for more information.

The Senior Research Analyst will contribute to: analysis and reporting for evaluation and research projects; proposals and grant applications; and presentations and publications. The Senior Research Analyst will work on multiple projects simultaneously and mentor junior staff in summarizing and explaining research findings and their implications.

Education Requirement

PhD in social science or related discipline (you may apply if you are at the dissertation stage and expect to complete your PhD within 12 months) or a master's degree and five years' experience (including a substantial amount of time at a management/supervisory level). Graduate-level coursework in research design and statistical analysis is required.


-Superior writing skills
-Excellent critical thinking skills
-Demonstrated ability to explain research findings and their implications
-Strong analytic skills - both qualitative and quantitative preferred
-Experience conducting applied research preferred
-Multi-methodologist preferred, strong in basic statistical inference approaches and assumptions
-Some familiarity with more specialized approaches (e.g., multi-level modeling, longitudinal approaches, structural equation modeling, principal components, and exploratory factor analysis) is an asset but not essential
-Broad understanding of relevant social science literature and theory
-Ability to communicate clearly both orally and in writing
-Ability to work effectively as a member of a team
-Strong communication and organizational skills
-Ability to manage several projects simultaneously and under pressure of deadlines

Strong candidates for the position will be expected to work productively on their own and with others, contribute ideas, produce high-quality work, and represent the company in a professional manner.

To Apply

Please send a cover letter, resume, completed application form, university transcripts (unofficial), and a writing sample (preferably an applied research study) to Please send your materials in as soon as possible - the search will remain open until we find the right candidate.

Location: The position will be based out of the New Orleans office, with some local and out-of-state travel required. It is possible that a remote working arrangement without relocation will be considered. Please note in your cover letter if this is your preferred arrangement.

Salary: Dependent upon experience

The successful applicant will be employed on a probationary basis not to exceed six months.

-Monthly stipend for medical/dental
-Three weeks' paid vacation per year
-Fifteen paid holidays
-Flexible work schedule

PRG operates a casual work environment that is both professionally and intellectually demanding.PRG is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Diversity in the Workplace

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Wednesday, November 10th
Hanson Hall 1-109 (West Bank)
3:45 to 5:30

The Diversity in the Workplace forum is a discussion that highlights how companies manage diversity. By becoming knowledgeable in workforce diversity, students will become a more capable leader in the future. The main topics will be:
What is the business case for diversity initiatives?
Why and how has managing diversity become more strategic over the past several years?
What are the implications of the changing demographics of America in terms of recruiting and understanding developing markets?
What do companies do to address the issue of different forms of "glass ceilings"?

As America's demographics change and the world becomes more globalized, it becomes more important to be aware of how all forms of diversity impacts organizations. By attending Diversity in the Workplace, University of Minnesota students will gain a competitive advantage as future managers.

Career of the Week- Speech Pathologist

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Speech pathologist is a therapist who assess, diagnose, treat, and help to prevent speech, language, cognitive-communication, voice, swallowing, fluency, and other related disorders. They help individuals prevent or overcome communication problems such as articulation, impaired language, stuttering, slurring or lisps.

In 2005, 47 States required speech-language pathologists to be licensed if they worked in a health care setting, and all States required a master's degree or equivalent. A passing score on the national examination on speech-language pathology, offered through the Praxis Series of the Educational Testing Service, is needed as well. Other requirements typically are 300 to 375 hours of supervised clinical experience and 9 months of postgraduate professional clinical experience.

According to a 2003 survey by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, the median annual salary for full-time certified speech-language pathologists who worked on a calendar-year basis, generally 11 or 12 months annually, was $48,000. Certified speech-language pathologists who worked 25 or fewer hours per week had a median hourly salary of $40.00.

Additional Resources
Bureau of Labour Statistics

Potential Employers
Consonus Rehab
Early Childhood Associates

Monticello High School is seeking two long term substitutes; Spanish (starting in January) and Spanish/ ELL (Starting in February). Please contact Allison Coalwell with any questions at

AmeriCorps Recruitment -Walk-In Hours

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STSS Building
411 Career Services
Tuesday, November 16th

Have you always wondered what it would be like to work for AmeriCorps? Well, now is your chance to find out. CEHD Career Services will be hosting walk-in hours with AmeriCorps Representative, Emily Shor on Monday, November 15th. Come talk with Emily to learn more about current AmeriCorps positions, the application process, and benefits of working for AmeriCorps. She will be holding her walk-in hours on a first come basis in the STSS Career Services Center 411

Career of the Week- Family and Consumer Science Teacher

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Family and consumer science teachers teach students how to manage a home. They teach topics that include nutrition, menu planning, food preparation, clothing care and construction, money management, grooming, consumer awareness, and child development. Some family and consumer science teachers teach at several educational levels. Others teach only in elementary, junior high/middle school, high school, college, or adult education programs. Some teachers specialize in one or more specific subjects, such as clothing or foods.

Family and consumer science teachers also have many nonteaching duties. They may serve as advisers to student organizations, such as the Future Homemakers of America. Teachers also counsel students and meet with their families to discuss the students' schoolwork and career plans, as well as family relationships and other subjects. Others serve as advisers to civic and business organizations. Family and consumer science teachers may serve on education committees and attend faculty meetings.

The Family Education program at the University of Minnesota offers a Master of Education teacher licensure program in Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS). It is possible to complete the program in one year and start teaching the following year. In fact, the need for FACS teachers is increasing in our state and nation due to many retirements. Nearly 100% of our graduates get jobs.

INFORMATION SESSION: Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS)
Wednesday, November 10, 2010. 12:00 to 12:30pm
325 Education Sciences Building, U of M East Bank Campus
1. Have you considered teaching Family and Consumer Science?
2. Are you in a major that might lead you to interacting with youth in some way?

Additional Resources
American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences (AAFCS)

Subsitute Positions- Sauk Rapids

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Substitute Positions

Recent Empty Nester?
Kids in school full time?
Want to get out of the house for a few hours a day?
Need extra cash?

Sauk Rapids-Rice Public Schools are currently seeking substitutes for the following positions:
• Teachers (full licensure only-no short call subs at this time)
• Paraprofessionals
• Cooks' Helpers
• Cashiers
• Custodians
• Transportation Paraprofessionals

If interested, please visit the ISD 47 District Office to pick up an application. The District Office is located in the Sauk Rapids-Rice High School, 1833 Osauka Road NE, Door #2, Second Floor. Hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

If interested in completing the substitute application packet on site, please bring the following information:
• Teaching certificate (Teachers Only)
• Original documents to complete Form I-9 (i.e. drivers license, social security card, passport, etc.)
• $28.00 to complete the Criminal Background Check (check, money order or cash in exact change accepted)
• Employment and educational history (including phone numbers, addresses and dates)

For questions, contact the Personnel Secretary in the District Office at
(320) 253-4703.

Diversity Networking Event

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Wednesday, November 17, 2010
University Ballroom, Radisson University Hotel
Register at

Meet and network with potential employers across the Twin Cities Metro who are interested in a diverse workforce. All undergraduate students are welcome to attend this free event. Students who identify with one or more of the communities served by the Office for Equity and Diversity (GLBT, students of color, women, and students with disabilities) are encouraged to attend. Sponsored by Target Corporation, Office for Equity and Diversity, University Career Services. Questions? Contact Mackenzie Sullivan at 612-625-7725.

Some of our registered employers include:

BreakThrough St. Paul
Ernst and Young
Federal Reserve Bank
Hennepin County
Peace Corps
Target Corporation
TCF Bank
Xcel Energy

Preparation Sessions are being hosted on the following days and times:

CEHD Career Services: Friday November 12th , 1 pm - 2 pm in STSS 411
CCSE : Thursday, November 11th, 2-3pm in Nolte 140
CLA: Monday, November 15th , 1-2pm in STSS 518 411
SPCCC: Weds Nov. 10th, 3-4 pm, in room B26 Classroom Office Building
UBCC: Wednesday, November 10th, 11:30 - 12:30, in 1-143 Hanson Hall

Coaching Position Minnetonka High School

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Date Posted: 8/12/2010
Location: Minnetonka High School (MHS)
Date Available: 11/15/10
Season Dates: 11/15/10-2/25/11
Practices: Monday-Friday, after school 4-6:30pm
Games/Meets: Thursdays, Saturday invitationals

Job Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Responsible for all matters pertaining to the organization and administration of coaching an athletic team.
2. Assist the assistant principal for student activities with hiring, development and evaluation of assistant coaches.
3. Plan, accompany and supervise the team to and from all events including practices and competitions.
4. Work with assistant principal for student activities on specific budget requests and spending as well as fund raising as needed.
5. Plan and implement both in-season and out-of-season conditioning and weight programs with the Pagel Center Staff.
6. Coordinate practice and game schedules with the Student Activities Office, Activities Coordinator or other coaches.
7. Enforce discipline and sportsmanlike behavior at all times and establish and manage activity penalties for breach of such standards by individual students.
8. Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.

Specific Responsibilities:
1. Enforce all rules of the Minnesota State High School League and Minnetonka Public School Policies as they pertain to the respective sport.
2. Follow athletic department policy in ordering equipment, uniforms and supplies for the sport involved; turn in a complete inventory of all equipment at the conclusion of the season.
3. Assist the Student Activities Office to maintain complete and accurate records as required (i.e. student physicals, parental consents, attendance forms, insurance records, activity/athletic code forms, etc.).
4. Assist the Student Activities Office to prepare a roster of all team members to include numbers, grade level and positions.
5. Report all student major injuries immediately to the trainer, and to the student activities director when appropriate.

Knowledge and Skills:
1. Has knowledge and background in the assigned sport.
2. Understanding of and agreement with the Minnetonka Public School District's Student Activity and Athletic Code and the Coaches/Advisors Handbook.
3. Knowledge of State, Federal and Minnetonka Public School Board Policies regarding student conduct and appropriate disciplinary action.
4. Evidence of the ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
5. Strong communication and interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with coworkers, supervisor, parents, community members and students.
6. Ability to receive work direction.
7. Strong work ethic and dedication to further the benefits of student participation in co-curricular activities.
8. Physical ability to perform essential job functions.

Compensation in accordance with Schedule B of the 2009-11 Teacher Master Agreement.

Application Procedure:
Please attach a letter of interest and resume attention Ted Schultz, Student Activities Director, and submit with your online application at

Permanent Residency Workshop

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Permanent Residency Workshop - November 11

An immigration specialist from a local law firm will provide
information on the process for becoming a permanent resident. Learn
about common options for permanent residence (green cards), labor
certifications, outstanding professor/researcher applications,
extraordinary ability applications, national interest waivers,
diversity lottery, and other related topics. This workshop focuses on
permanent residency options outside of U of M employment.
Date: Thursday, November, 11, 2010
Time: 4:30-6:00 pm
Location: 210 Anderson Hall

Matt McCormack of the MN Swarm is currently recruiting for an Events Marketing Coordinator. Please check out the listing on GoldPASS job ID#56554

AmeriCorps Recruitment -Walk-In Hours

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AmeriCorps Recruitment -Walk-In Hours
STSS Building
411 Career Services
Tuesday, November 16th

Have you always wondered what it would be like to work for AmeriCorps? Well, now is your chance to find out. CEHD Career Services will be hosting walk-in hours with AmeriCorps Representative, Emily Shor on Monday, November 15th. Come talk with Emily to learn more about current AmeriCorps positions, the application process, and benefits of working for AmeriCorps. She will be holding her walk-in hours on a first come basis in the STSS Career Services Center 411.

Project Footsteps On-Campus Recruiting Session

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Project Footsteps On-Campus Recruiting Session

Thursday, November 18th


STSS Building room 518/520


Come speak with Nou Yang and Steve Lottes from Project Footsteps, to learn about their current internship and volunteer opportunities. Please feel free to bring your resumes for submission, but it is not required to attend the event. Light refreshments will be provided by the employer.

The mission of Project Footsteps is to inspire, empower and prepare youth and community to be agents of change, social leaders and volunteers.

Project Footsteps centers all programs and collaborations on its mission to inspire, empower and prepare youth to be agents of change, social leaders and volunteers. Our programs empower and prepare young people to actively create positive change in their community through action-based projects and service to others. Empowering young people to create change ultimately inspires adults and communities to believe in its possibility.

Positions they are recruiting for:

Program facilitators go out to various locations throughout the Twin Cities and conduct our youth programs.



Human Resources

Community Relations

Program Operations

Abacus Home tutoring- IMMEDIATE NEED!

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Abacus Home Tutoring is seeking paid tutors IMMEDIATELY. Work is flexible and the pay is $20.00 an hour and could work around your schedule. Previous experience includes; an interest in working with students, some college education, and a passion for closing the achievement gap. For more information, please check out the following link and apply at

Career of the Week - Orthotist and Prosthetist

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An ABC certified Orthotist and Prosthetist is a healthcare professional who is specifically educated and trained to manage comprehensive orthotic and/or prosthetic patient care. Designs and fits artificial limbs, braces and appliances for body deformities and disorders by carefully examining affected area for factors that would affect the fitting and/or placement. Their work also includes patient assessment, formulation of a treatment plan, implementation of the treatment plan, follow-up and practice management.

Orthotist and Prosthetist may work independently in private offices or work in larger facilities. They may work in rehabilitation centers, laboratories, or hospitals. The median expected salary for a typical Prosthetist/Orthotist in the United States is $67,250. This is a career option for students who are interested in helping people with disabilities and major in Kinesiology or related field.

Potential Employers
UW Medicine Prosthetics/Orthotics
Hanger Orthopedic
Winkley Orthotics and Prosthetics

Additional Resources
Twin Cities Orthopedics
Orthotics & Prosthetics - Make a Career of making a Difference.
The American Board for Certification in Orthotics, Prosthetics and Pedorthics, Inc. (ABC)

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