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Join ElderHealth & Living:
- Jobs for:
- Nursing, Resident Coordinator, Direct Care/Rec Support staff, Recreation staff, Admin staff, Environmental service staff.
Stop by the office to fill out an application for open positions.
- 382-B South 58th St. Springfield, OR
Next Step Recycling: Volunteering
Volunteer Orientation is necessary. Any Saturday at 10:30-11:15
60 Hours of recycling or more will qualify you to receive a Technology Grant, and 20% off in our ReUse Store.
Express Employment Professionals:
Express Employment Professionals works with job seekers to help them find the right job for their skills and experience. We have a variety of jobs available, and there are full-time, part-time, and temporary positions available.
If you need your Food Handlers Card apply here
- Visit the link below to see a full list of their current job openings and download the application form.
Pacific Oasis: Wild Land Firefighting
Summer Job Opportunities. Apply online at https://www.pacificoasisinc.com/
- Must be 18 by July 1st
- Have a valid ID
- Intro courses offered (March 29th and 28th at 9am-3pm in Springfield)
Make a difference in EMS~Several career opportunities await you at Metro West Ambulance and our Family of Companies
Currently taking applications~log onto the link below and check them out.
–Oldcastle Materials is hiring for 18 year old. Apply here
Currently Seeking Applicants to apply for a variety of positions. 1-800-274-8582
Currently Seeking Applicants to apply for a variety of positions.
Product Design Apprenticeship Program for High School Students
The program offers high school students the opportunity to apprentice with professional product designers, at no cost to participants.
The Product of Eugene apprenticeship program pairs students with an instructor or alumni of the UO Department of Product Design for a total of 25 after-school hours over a ten week period for intensive, hands-on learning. Students and mentors utilize the technology at the 942 Olive Street building in downtown Eugene to craft their innovative products.
Students work alongside their mentor to understand product design and related fields, explore specific ways to approach design, and begin creating innovative products of their own. They also explore the business aspects of a creative career, bolstering college and career readiness regardless of their chosen field.
This year, student-mentor groups have designed cell phone cases, furniture, school desks, bio-degradable kitchen products, innovative recycling bins, multi-rider scooters, and much more. One team has teamed up with InHaus Fabrication and a local coffee shop, Slightly Coffee, to determine the best coffee mug design. They are learning about market research, promotion, design, and fabrication, all through a hands-on experiential process.
We are currently recruiting fifteen-eighteen students for the Spring 2018 Term.
Please encourage students to APPLY TODAY: http://lanearts.org/arts-apprenticeships/
Applications are due March 25th. Please share this special learning opportunity with students, parents, and other teachers. Thank you!
-St Vincent de Paul is looking for volunteers. Stop by the C&CC for more information.
Elevate Lane County is the most ambitious school-to-work program ever imagined in Lane County. We have identified four program goals:
- Create learning opportunities for students in the field.
- Build educator capacity through summer externships.
- Construct a robust local technology portal to match profiles.
- Convene a regional advisory board to inform curriculum.
Fall 2017 Student Internships (11th & 12th only) & Job Shadows (9th-12th grade) –now accepting applications!
We are now accepting applications for Fall 2017 STUDENT INTERNSHIPS and JOB SHADOWS. We encourage all Lane County students who are interested in a work-learning experience to either apply online above, or download the appropriate application, complete it, and scan/send it back to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a job shadow, make sure you know when your fall No School days are (not including Thanksgiving).
For an internship, you must be available for 4-8 hours Monday-Friday between 9am and 5pm.
Fall Internship Timeline:
Interviews the week of October 16th (we can come to you)
Elevate Orientation October 25th, 3:30pm
Industry Orientation the week of October 30th
Internship: November 6th-December 15th, 4-8 hours per week
Questions? Contact email@example.com.
McKenzie Willamette Volunteer Application (Available in the Career Center
HIV Alliance is a local non-profit organization whose mission is to support individuals living with HIV/AIDS. They are looking for volunteers. For more information please contact Pattie Hansen.
Truffle Shuffle: Volunteers Needed
February 10th &11th
(must be 16 years or older or volunteering with parent/guardian*)
The annual Truffle Shuffle supporting Veteran programs at St. Vincent de Paul is coming up in just a couple weeks and we would love to diversify our extraordinary crew with some high school students. We have nearly 150 shifts spanning one weekend. We’ll be providing lunch for race-day volunteers (chances are there may be Euphoria Chocolate too). Positions include course marshaling, registration helpers, finish line cheerleaders and more! Sign up today to support local Veterans!
Below is a link to our volunteer sign up.
*Volunteers under 16 years old should contact Ashely Hensley to select an appropriate volunteer role.
For more information, contact Ashely Hensley 541.743.7147 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- DATE: Saturday, February 24, 2018
- LOCATION: Dorris Ranch
- SCHEDULE: Meet at the Historic Mims House/NAACP Office, 330 High Street at 9:30am. Travel to Dorris Ranch at 10:00am in Northwest Youth Corps van with certified driver(s), NYC staff, and NAACP volunteers. Plant trees, followed by lunch. Transportation and lunch is covered by NYC.
- ELIGIBILITY: High school students and their families in 4J, Springfield, or Bethel School Districts.
- VOLUNTEER HOURS: Receive volunteer hours by bringing volunteer forms to event.
SPRINGFIELD PUBLIC LIBRARY
HELP IS NEEDED
- Where: Springfield Public Library Book Sale
- When: Thursday, March 8 ~9:00 TO 2:00 (or however much time you can give)