Posted 11/27 - Long Term Substitute-Guidance Counselor, Cleveland Heights University
Overview: Long Term Substitute Guidance Counselor
Duration: January 7th, 2019-TBD
High School counselor, without a caseload, shall be assigned the role of the coordinator of testing which will include the responsibilities for College Credit Plus (CCP) tasks, testing coordination, and other non-caseload counselor work as assigned by the administration.
Here is more info on the position: https://www.applitrack.com/chuh/OnlineApp/JobPostings/View.asp?AppliTrackJobId=1464&fbclid=IwAR0pAEYjx_UxS9CmNEJOzL4U2daZG_ZBAfP_B1eptvVp3JV_apSIv06B0O8
Posted 8/22 - Center for International Services and Programs
C.I.S.P is looking to hire a Graduate Assistant in Education Abroad for 2018-19. It's a stipend and tuition waiver combo. The ideal candidate would have previous study abroad experience and be enrolled in an Education/ Internationally- focused grad program.
We typically hire MPA, Masters of Global Interactions, or Adult Learning and Development students for the open GA positions in Education Abroad.
Resumes and letters of intent can be emailed directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is more info on the position http://www.csuohio.edu/international/graduate-assistantship-for-education-abroad
Interviews begin the week of August 20th.
Posted 7/31/2018 - Career opportunities at Applewood Centers
Full time School-based Counselor- Lorain County
Position Description: To provide mental health prevention, consultation and clinical services to students and families in alternative and regular education settings in northern and southern Lorain County. GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR CARING PROFESSIONALS!
A Master's Degree in Social Work or Counseling, an LSW or LPC is required, and proven experience in the delivery of mental health services in the school/community to children and families with complex needs is essential. Experience in Trauma informed services preferred. Independent Licensure ( LISW, LPCC) and eligibility to serve clients with private insurance are preferred. This position requires flexibility of schedule and ability to travel in response to the needs of families.
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Posted 7/30/2018 -Part-time ESOL instructor position at Cuyahoga County Public Library
They currently have multiple adult education opportunities posted with the Aspire program at Cuyahoga County Public Library.
Anyone interested can go to https://www.cuyahogalibrary.org/ , scroll to the bottom of the page to click the link that says Job Opportunities, and look for the title “Adult Education Services Instructor I”. The description should have the specialty listed as “ESOL”.
The req number is #7204.
Posted 5/14/18 - Cleveland State University
Division of Student Affairs – Department of Student Life
Graduate Assistant (GA) Job Description
Department: Student Life
Title: Student Activities Graduate Assistant
The Student Activities GA assists in the development, implementation, tracking and assessment of major campus events at Cleveland State University including working closely with the Campus Activities Board, Camp Vike, Magnus Fest, and Homecoming.
Period of Employment
- Summer 2018, Fall 2018 & Spring 2019
- Twenty (20) hours per week; will include some evening and/or weekend commitments.
- Compensation - Full-time, resident tuition covering the minimum 9 semester credit hours at the graduate level for Fall and Spring semesters plus stipend for the academic year based on a schedule developed by the College of Graduate Studies. Summer hours will be hourly pay.
Posted 4/19/18 - Couples or Trauma-Informed Clinician (Part-time/Full-time) Independent Contractor
Ascension Counseling & Therapy Services, Ltd. (ACTS), a group practice in Beachwood, Ohio, is now accepting applications for a culturally competent and trauma-informed mental health professional (LPC, LPCC, LMFT, LIMFT, LSW, or LISW) who is also competent in systems theory and couple and family therapy and/or trauma therapy (CPT, EMDR, or PET). This position is for an independent contractor who is motivated to help their clients change. Professional should be comfortable working with couples, adults, children, and adolescents. The practice encourages the use of evidenced-based and informed expressive and systemic approaches in an effort to help our clients grow and become empowered both individually and within their relationships.
Professionals interested in providing exceptional care for clients using systemic and/or trauma-informed interventions to address presenting issues are strongly encouraged to apply. Many of our clients are from diverse and underrepresented populations, if you are passionate about serving such a population this may be the position for you!
Please send a letter of interest, a current resume, and contact information for three professional references to: Hello@ascensioncounseling.com.
Pay is competitive with other group practices. Also, describe your ideal client, your niche, and your theory of change as well as the primary set of interventions you use with certain populations/presenting problems in your application materials. In addition, please discuss your training and experience working with couples and families from a systems theory stance or your training and experience conducting trauma-informed therapy/counseling as well as any additional diversity training or your passion for serving diverse or underserved populations.
Posted 2/8/18 - Excellent Opportunity for Chemical Dependency Counselor
This full time position is responsible for providing assessment, treatment and counseling to a broad range of individuals experiencing chemical dependency and mental health conditions. Successful candidate must collaborate with others, both within the organization and community. Position will report to staff Psychiatrist/Psychologist or CEO.
This opportunity is on our main campus in Fremont, Ohio--which is located approximately 40 minutes from Toledo and 90 minutes from Cleveland. We offer an excellent work environment in a beautiful new medical campus that houses medical, dental and behavioral health services. Community Health Services is Ohio's oldest rural FQHC, with eight locations in six counties in Ohio.
Master's degree in the behavioral sciences preferred- Bachelor's degree will be considered. Ohio LCDC certificate required.
Office hours are Monday through Friday. Excellent Salary and benefits including vacation time, paid holidays and employer matched 401k. Possible Federal Loan Repayment.
Interested candidates should send resume to: Community Health Services, 2221 Hayes Avenue, Fremont, Ohio 43420; or email resume to email@example.com. You can also apply online. The website is: www.CHSOhio.com – click on the careers tab.
Posted 1/30/18 - JumpStart, Emerging Talent Network Program Associate
The Emerging Talent Network Program is seeking a Program Associate to join our growing team. Under supervision of the Emerging Talent Network Program Leader, the successful candidate will assist with the launch, implementation and maintenance of an internship and job placement program supporting 11th and 12th grade students from eight designated Cleveland Metropolitan High schools. This is a grant funded position.
In this vital role, this individual will have responsibility of assisting with the prospecting of viable companies to participate in the program, setting up appointments with viable companies and supporting communications with the companies throughout the entire process; ensuring that internal program mechanisms (salesforce, job science and other reporting mechanisms) are kept up to date to provide accurate reporting of program progress; assist with preparation and execution of the program special events/trainings, and to assist with the monitoring of internship program during program timeframe as well as other duties as assigned.
To apply go directly to our job board: https://jumpstartinc.secure.force.com/careers
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Posted 1/24/18 - INTERNSHIP
CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY- Center for Leadership Development
Location: Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs
Contact Name: Robert Ziol
Overview: Interns would be tasked with developing professional development activities, assisting with internship placements, identifying networking opportunities for the Mentoring program or engagement opportunities associated with the Levin College academic programming. The tasks could include instructional design, marketing, recruitment, evaluation, etc.
Posted 8/24/17 - Merrick House Department of Adult Education
Internship Opportunities for the 2017-2018 Academic Year
Please contact: Elizabeth Hans, Director of Adult Education
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Posted 8/24/2017 -The Center for Engineering Experiential Learning (CEEL) Office in the Washkewicz College of Engineering is seeking an Adult Learning and Development graduate program intern. The internship would consist of the following duties,
1. Assist with the Engineering and Computer Science Connections Fair planning details.
2. Coordinate mentoring program and assist with Fenn Fellows peer mentoring program.
3. Assist with coordination of engineering internship placements.
This position is for 10-15 hours a week to commence in the Spring/January 2018.
Please contact Sandra English, firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone 216-687-6968, if there are further questions.
Posted 8/2/2017 - The College of Graduate Studies is seeking an ALD intern for fall semester. It involves project-based work in graduate student professional and career development and program planning for the Graduate Student Resource Center in a flexible 10-hour per week schedule . Apply by sending a resume via email to EngagedGrad@csuohio.edu
MRI Software in Solon, is offering a variety of field experience opportunities for graduate students who are pursuing adult education or educational technology specializations.
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Anne Kravec 216.825.6578
Training Development Specialist | MRI Software LLC
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Cleveland State University
The Tutoring & Academic Success Center is hiring Graduate Assistant positions for fall 2017
Please contact: Chrissy Knapke
Director Tutoring & Academic Success Center
2121 Euclid Ave.
Main Classroom Room 206
Cleveland, OH 44115
Family Pride of Northeast Ohio - part-time and full-time clinical therapists
Family Pride of Northeast Ohio is a non-profit behavioral health agency with office locations in Chardon and Ashtabula that provides community-based counseling and case management services to children, youth and adults. Family Pride has been a cornerstone in Geauga County since 2005 and continues to expand to serve families in its surrounding counties. We are currently serving families in Geauga, Lake, Ashtabula and portions of Cuyahoga Counties.
The goal of Family Pride is to identify and resolve mental health and/or substance abuse issues for individuals and families in order to help families stay intact, to allow each family member to find their place in the family and community, and to bring awareness to clients of the harmful consequences and accountability of their actions that impacts relationships. Family Pride is a person-centered, solution-focused agency to help clients and families feel stronger, healthier and happier.
We are looking for part-time and full-time clinical therapists for multiple programs with children, youth, and adult programming in Ashtabula County. Services will include mental health/AoD services provided to clients in the home, school, community, and office locations.
Under the supervision of the Clinical Supervisors, therapists will conduct assessments, develop treatment plans and provide clinical interventions that reduce barriers to personal success and build resiliency; collaborate with treatment team members and pertinent community representatives; Complete accurate and timely documentation of interventions; and participate in all assigned supervision, staff and team meetings.
Hours are flexible; positions will include both daytime and some evening hours along with some travel.
Flexible hours, competitive pay, sick and vacation time, extended holiday times, performance bonuses, Medical, dental and life insurances, and retirement benefits. Most importantly, working with a great team!
Applicants should have a Master’s Degree in Social Work/Counseling and appropriate clinical licensure including LSW/LISW, PC/PCC. Therapists with family and community-based counseling experience and Bilingual skills a plus.
Please contact the office at 440-286-1553 with questions; email your cover letter and resume to email@example.com or send via fax to (440)-286-1318.
Cleveland State University - Program Coordinator
Application Deadline February 21, 2017
Administers and coordinates field experience matches for undergraduate and graduate students seeking licensure.
Cultivates partnerships with local schools and school districts to identify high-quality mentor teachers and ensure the efficiency of the matching process.
Serves as liaison between faculty, part-time supervisors and mentor teachers to ensure that matches fulfill program requirements.
Interacts professionally with all internal and external clients using strong interpersonal skills.
Master's degree and three years recent K - 12 teaching experience.
Strong organization skills.
Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication and conflict management skills.
PC or MAC proficiency, including word processing, spreadsheet and database applications.
Master's degree in Education.
Experience in teacher education, which may include experience as a supervisor, mentor teacher, or instructor of teacher education courses.
Experience developing and maintaining school-university partnerships.
Technology expertise, including use and development of relational databases (e.g. FileMaker Pro), web design and/or data analysis.
Knowledge of geographical area and local schools.
Demonstrated commitment to urban education.
Applications will be exclusively accepted online at http://hrjobs.csuohio.edu/postings/7223. Mailed or emailed application materials will not be accepted.
Application Deadline February 21, 2017. Review Begins February 22, 2017.
Offer of employment is contingent on satisfactory completion of the University's verification of credentials and other information required by law and/or University policies or practices, including but not limited to a criminal background check.
CSU COLLEGE OF GRADUATE STUDIES
posted - 1/19/17
The Cleveland State University College of Graduate Studies is seeking an ALD Intern for Spring semester to assist with projects related to workshop development, program planning and marketing communication, including social media. Minimum Qualifications: • Advanced interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills. Understanding of program planning and general marketing strategies. • Experienced in or interested in working with students in Higher Education. Knowledge of or involvement in University organizations and activities.
Please forward your resume and a one-paragraph writing sample related to how this internship aligns with your career goals.
E-mail EngagedGrad@csuohio.edu by 5 p.m. on January 31st.
The Notre Dame College Office of Financial Aid
Looking for interns for fall, spring, and summer semesters.
This is an unpaid internship.
Office of Financial Aid
Please contact Alison McBrady at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Assist both traditional-aged and adult students with online processes such as Entrance Counseling, completing Master Promissory Notes (MPN), obtaining an FSA ID and password, FAFSA completion and
corrections, and requesting tax documentation from the IRS.
Assist parents of dependent students with online processes such as PLUS loan application and completion of PLUS MPN, obtaining an FSA ID and password, FAFSA completion and corrections, and
obtaining tax documentation from the IRS.
Outreach by phone, e-mail, and text to both new and returning students who have not completed the
financial aid process. (Involves working with the admissions office and Student Success Center.)
Expansion of current default management program, which includes coordination of Senior Salute event and assisting graduating students with online Exit Counseling.
Participation in open house and move-in events (may include some Saturday events).
Other duties as assigned.
Applicants must be enrolled in a graduate program that requires internship
Student Life Position - Tri C East
posted - 12/05/16
The Student Life Department at Cuyahoga Community College- Eastern Campus is seeking candidates for Student Life Advisor. The Student Life Advisor works with the Director of Student Engagement to develop and implement a comprehensive student life program that meets the needs of a diverse college community. He/she promotes opportunities for student involvement in student organizations and leadership development programs that contribute to the personal growth, development and retention of students.
For a complete job description and to apply online visit https://careers.tri-c.edu/postings/69290. Review of applicants is ongoing and interested candidates should apply by December 14th for full consideration.
Human Resources Intern (Paid) - Summer
Corporate Screening is privately owned Professional Services Organization has been providing onboarding and background screening support and services to employers for 30 years. We are proud members of COSE, ERC and many other local and national organizations that partner with Human Resources. The Human Resources Intern would assist in applicant tracking & screening, benefits open enrollment, and various other HR related duties. Contact Dawn Shockey for more information email@example.com or 440-816-0500 x311.
Mandel Honors College - Cleveland State University
Experiential Component for the Internship
Student Specialist will assist students in identifying, exploring, evaluating academic options, and selecting courses. The intern will participate in some limited one-to-one continuing student advising sessions. Also, this position will assist in delivering various aspects of student related services within the Mandel Honors College.
The Student Specialist intern position will enable graduate students to assist in delivering various aspects of academic advising, undergraduate student related support services and higher education administrative duties.
• Matriculation in a graduate program at Cleveland State University; preference given to students in the master’s Program in higher education, adult learning and development and counseling
• Successful completion of 18 credit hours of graduate coursework
• Computer literate with experience in Microsoft Word and Excel; Access
• Excellent customer service skills
• Ability to exercise sound judgment
• Good organizational skills
• Effective written and interpersonal communication skills
• Ability to work independently as well as a team member
• Intercultural skills and a sincere interest in serving students
• Flexibility, initiative, and creativity
• Strong work ethic and professional attitude
Period of Employment:
• Spring semester 2017 (January 17-May 5)
• 10 hours per week
• Participate in training period during the second two weeks of January.
If interested please submit a resumé and a one-page statement of why this position would be a good fit for your career aspirations to Elizabeth A. Lehfeldt, Dean of the Jack, Joseph & Morton Mandel Honors College, Main Classroom 106 or firstname.lastname@example.org
• Interact with students through emails and one-on-one meetings.
• Keep written records of meetings with students.
• Consult and communicate regularly with Mandel Honors College advisors and the Dean.
The deadline for review is December 15, 2016.
Lakeland Community College- Career Services Intern
The Career Services Intern will assist the Career Services Center staff to provide job search assistance to a diverse population. The Career Services intern will gain significant experience in the career coaching/development field, participating in coaching, program and event planning, workshops, and projects as agreed upon with supervisor. This experience will offer the Career Services intern the opportunity to expand their skills working in a 2-year community college with a wide variety of students and alumni as well as their knowledge about career development and job search issues for students.
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APPLICATION PROCESS: Download an “Employment Application” from http://lakelandcc.edu/positions. Send completed application with cover letter and resume to: email@example.com. Applications reviewed upon receipt.
COLLEGE OF GRADUATE STUDIES
posted - 9/11/16
The College of Graduate Studies is seeking an ALD Intern for Fall semester to assist with projects related to workshop development, program planning and marketing communication, including social media. Minimum Qualifications: • Advanced interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills. Understanding of program planning and general marketing strategies. • Experienced in or interested in working with students in Higher Education. Knowledge of or involvement in University organizations and activities.
Please forward your resume and a one-paragraph writing sample related to how this internship aligns with your career goals. E-mail EngagedGrad@csuohio.edu by 5 p.m. on September 15th.
Cleveland State University - 3 Career Specialists
Career Services is hiring 3 Career Specialists and the position has been posted on the CSU website.
Job Summary: Plans and executes operational and administrative activities related to connecting students with supplemental experiential learning opportunities and job placements. Interfaces with CSU Colleges, academic departments, external community groups and organizations to develop, promote and support experiential learning services and programs. Delivers comprehensive career counseling services to students and alumni. Instructs CSC courses and presents career workshops. Maintains extensive knowledge of job seeker databases. Interacts professionally with all internal and external customers using strong interpersonal skills.
Application Deadline 08/31/2016
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Lakeland Community College - Career Services Intern
The Career Services Intern will assist the Career Services Center staff to provide job search assistance to a diverse population. The Career Services intern will gain significant experience in the career coaching/development field, participating in coaching, program and event planning, workshops, and projects as agreed upon with supervisor. This experience will offer the Career Services intern the opportunity to expand their skills working in a 2-year community college with a wide variety of students and alumni as well as their knowledge about career development and job search issues for students. Application deadline is Wednesday, August 24th
Three Education Program Specialists
- The Ohio Department of Education, Office for Exceptional Children, is seeking three Education Program Specialists to be part of the Urban Support Team. The successful candidates will have experience working in an urban setting evaluating staff and programs as well as both knowledge and experience in any combination of the following specialized areas: response to intervention, literacy, positive behavior interventions and support, special education instruction and/or administration, family support & engagement, post-secondary transition.
For full details: Education Program Specialists
To apply, click here: www.careers.ohio.gov
Instructor/Coordinator of Placements & Partnerships
- Miami University is searching for an Instructor/ Coordinator of EDP field placements and partnerships in the Department of Educational Psychology and Partnership Office in the division of Education, Health & Society. (non tenure track)
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GRADUATE STUDENT INTERNSHIP
- The Career Services Center at Notre Dame College is looking for a graduate student intern for the Fall 2016 semester. The internship is designed to provide the student with experience in the College’s Career Services Center and to develop skills, which will be transferable to all aspects of student affairs. Particular attention is paid to the development of the intern’s advising and coaching skills and one-on-one student interactions. The role requires a 10 hour per week commitment.
For more information click here: Career Services Intern
If you are interested in learning more, contact
Sarah Hyde-Pinner at firstname.lastname@example.org