Program Coordinator - 75% Time
Center for Excellence in Children's Mental Health (CECMH)
University of Minnesota Extension
CECMH is an interdisciplinary program of the University of Minnesota designed to promote the mental health of Minnesota's children, their families, and communities by integrating research, training, practice, and policy
CECMH is seeking a 75% time Program Coordinator to manage training and education programs and other projects consistent with the Center's mission and goals. A completed Master's degree at the time of appointment is required. A minimum of 5 years professional experience in children's mental health direct service, teaching or research is also required.
Application deadline: July 16, 2010; position will remain open until filled. Read more about this position http://www.extension.umn.edu/About/positions.html and apply online http://employment.umn.edu: or call 612-624-3717.
The University of Minnesota Extension is committed to the policy that all persons shall have equal access to its programs, facilities, and employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status or sexual orientation.
If you know of any recent graduates who would be interested in gaining experience in developmental-level college classrooms, please let them know about this great AmeriCorps opportunity.
These twenty (yes, twenty!) positions are in English & Reading and Math classrooms on our Coon Rapids and Cambridge Campuses.
This is a great chance to do rewarding work in diverse college classrooms.
Sandra Sanger (Counseling and Student Personnel Psychology, Educational Psychology PhD Candidate) has been selected to be the recipient of The Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC) 2010 Student Research Award. The award is given for her doctoral dissertation research titled: "Supervisor Interventions and Reactions following an Attempted or Completed Suicide by a Supervisee's Client." The award letter noted: "There were a number of excellent candidates, however, your research contributions to training were clearly outstanding." Sandra will receive her award at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association this August 2010. APPIC is an educational, non-profit organization with the mission of enhancing internship and postdoctoral training programs in professional psychology and has a membership of more than 700.
THE INTERN-NETWORK E-MAIL LIST
APPIC also maintains a separate e-mail list, called INTERN-NETWORK, which is a discussion list for internship applicants. This list is optional for applicants, though many find it useful. Applicants can use this list to discuss various aspects of the selection process or to ask questions about the AAPI, interviews, Match, etc. Since this list can generate considerable discussion at times, and thus considerable e-mail, subscribers may wish to use the list's "Digest"
option in order to keep e-mail to a minimum (see www.appic.org, click on "E-mail Lists," then on "Intern-Network" for more info about the Digest option). To subscribe to the INTERN-NETWORK list, send a blank e-mail message to:
and follow the confirmation instructions as described above for the MATCH-NEWS list.
For general information about the APPIC Match, see:
http://www.appic.org/ and click on "About the Match" and "Frequently Asked Questions." General information is also available at the matching program website: http://www.natmatch.com/psychint by clicking the links in the "Overview" and "Match Process" sections. For complete information about all of APPIC's e-mail lists, see www.appic.org and click on "E-mail Lists."
If you have any questions about these lists or about the APPIC Match in general, you may contact Dr. Greg Keilin at firstname.lastname@example.org or (512) 475-6949.
The CEHD community is cordially invited to attend the Women's Philanthropic Leadership Circle's annual awards celebration. For 2010 the Circle gave out $13,000 in awards.
Tuesday, June 15
9-11 a.m. - breakfast buffet will be served
Town and Country Club
300 Mississippi River Blvd - enter on Otis Street off Marshall
No cost to attend
In addition to honoring recipients, a special tribute will be given to Dr. Susan Hagstrum, one of the WPLC founders and U of M First Lady.
RSVP by Wednesday, June 9, to Annette Olson at 6-5119 or email@example.com
2010 Award Recipients
Rising Star Award
Dr. Bic Ngo, C&I
Graduate Student Awards
Austin Stair Calhoun, KIN
Kristen Cici, OLPD
Gwendolyn Freed, OLPD
Hyojim Im, SSW
Bibiana Koh, FSoS
Christina Kwauk, OLPD
Hoa Nguyen, SSW
If you have any questions about the WPLC, please contact Raleigh Kaminsky at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Job Title: Graduate Teaching Assistant
Job Code: 9511
Starting Hourly Rate: $17.08 plus part-time benefits
Department Name: Dept. of Postsecondary Teaching & Learning
College or Admin Unit: CEHD
Job Open Date: Thursday, May 27
Job Close Date: Thursday, June 10 at 4:30PM
There is one opening for this 25% time assistantship position for the 2010-11 academic year. (Appointment dates are 8/30/10 - 5/29/11.)
Graduate student in CEHD, with good academic record and making satisfactory progress toward degree completion and registered for coursework for duration of appointment; general knowledge of the University and library; ability to relate well to students, staff, and faculty; ability to work independently. Familiarity with undergraduate coursework in psychology is essential.
Interdisciplinary background desirable; previous teaching assistant experience preferred. Interest in and commitment to working with special student populations, including under-represented ethnic populations, first-generation college students, students with disabilities, and English language learners.
All nonnative English speaking TAs must take the SPEAK test or provide official documentation of their score on the Test of Spoken English (TSE) before beginning their duties as a TA.
Teach 2 sections of PsTL 1081: Integrated Learning in the Social Sciences; one section meets Wednesdays and Fridays from 2:30-3:20PM in the Fall 2010 semester, and the second section of PsTL 1081 meets Mondays and Wednesdays from 12:20-1:10PM during Spring 2011 semester. Must also be able to attend PSTL 1281-8 from 12:20-2:15PM on Tuesdays and Thursdays during Fall 2010 and Spring 2011 semesters. Responsibilities include regular consultation with the PSTL 1281 class instructor, preparing and teaching supplemental instruction class sessions with students, assisting students during regularly scheduled office hours, maintaining class records, grading exams, quizzes, papers, and projects, assisting students in developing academic skills to successfully complete their target class; participating in training and orientation sessions and attending meetings as required.
Please submit a letter of application together with a transcript and c.v., plus the names of two references should be forwarded to the Jill Trites, Senior Teaching Specialist, Dept. of Postsecondary Teaching & Learning, 206 Burton Hall, 178 Pillsbury Drive S.E., , University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN 55455.
Received by Thursday, June 10 at 4:30PM