Deadline April 14th
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University
Albert Einstein College of Medicine is one of the nation's premier institutions for medical education, basic research and clinical investigation. During the 2009-2010 academic year, Einstein is home to 2,775 faculty members, 722 M.D. students, 243 Ph.D. students, 128 students in the combined M.D./Ph.D. program, and approximately 350 postdoctoral research fellows at our Belfer Institute for Advanced Biomedical Studies. More than 8,000 Einstein alumni are among the nation's foremost clinicians, biomedical scientists, and medical educators.
Summer Institute in Global Health
The Summer Institute in Global Health comprises of an intensive seminar at the Center for Public Health Sciences. Although the topic areas may shift each year, the overall emphasis of this summer institute is to create enhanced awareness among groups of diverse learners about the importance of understanding health in context and that local and global health are intimately connected. The Summer Institute achieves this through didactic and experiential learning, in the classroom and in the field, by engaging diverse interdisciplinary learners and instructors, and enrolling students at different levels of training including graduate and undergraduate in the same classroom seeks to create an awareness of the intimate connection between globalization and health.
Deadline April 15th
Erie 1 Boces
BOCES is an acronym for Board of Cooperative Educational Services, a regional public education service organization. Established in 1948 by the state legislature, a BOCES provides quality, cost-effective educational services to school districts in New York State. There are 37 BOCES statewide. Erie 1 BOCES serves approximately 73,600 students in 20 component school districts surrounding the city of Buffalo. The mission of Erie 1 BOCES is to sustain and enhance the capacity of component school districts to carry out their roles as the chief instrument in the schooling of the children, youth and adults in their communities.
Coordinator, Regional Special Education- Bilingual
To provide regional information and technical assistance to communicate compliance and effective practices for bilingual/English language learners (ELL) students with disabilities.
The Education Interpreter provides receptive and expressive interpreting in the classroom and at special events during the school day. He or she is a member of the child's education team in the planning/implementation of the student's educational program by Preparing for daily course content and provides academic support when necessary.
Deadline April 23rd
Monroe Community College (MCC)
The Mission of Monroe Community College is to provide a high quality learning environment to a diverse community. In offering education and training opportunities, student success is the College's highest priority; as such, the College is committed to access, teaching excellence, comprehensiveness, lifelong learning, partnership building and economic development.
Program Coordinator/Fire Rescue Program
The Program Coordinator/Lecturer is a member of the multidisciplinary Emergency Services Programs team who is responsible for the vision, planning, management, development, and delivery of courses and programs to meet the education/training needs of the fire service and private sector fire, rescue, and hazardous materials emergency response. The PC/L is an educator, innovator, manager, leader, and entrepreneur. The educational programs managed by the PC/L include aircraft fire and rescue, incident management system, hazardous materials response, industrial fire/rescue, and related emergency response. The PC/L is a member of the faculty/staff of the Fire Protection Technology degree program. The PC/L is also the primary operations liaison with the Fire Training Ground partners. The PC/L reports to the Manager of Emergency Services Programs.
To apply for these positions, and view many additional opportunities, please visit the CareerLink database, accessed via our website at http://www.rochester.edu/careercenter. Your login is your full UR assigned email address (u.rochester.edu) and your password is your UR Student ID number. Click JOBS and enter the “Employer Name” in the Keyword Search on the student home page or search by another keyword of your choice.