Opportunities for Employment/Service/Funding
April 25, 2011
PAID POSITION:

The Office of Events is in need of ushers for Commencement Weekend; Thursday for training, Friday for Soul to Sole Concert and Saturday for Baccalaureate and Commencement. This is a paid position with housing and meals provided. Sign up sheet available on the Office of Events door. Contact: knighly@earlham.edu or call x1373.

April 06, 2011
PAID INTERNSHIP IN CHINA:

Get paid to intern in China with Asia Tech Source, a company owned by an Earlham alum. Airfare and lodging included along with great stipend. Open to BNPM majors or minors and 3-2 engineering students. Contact: Go to QuakeConnect or BCSV for information to apply. Also Sonia Smith. Don’t delay, the decision will be may on April 20.

April 05, 2011
PAID JOURNALISM INTERNSHIP:

Great opportunity for a paid internship at the Palladium-Item in Richmond. Apply for the Doug and Ellen Bennett Journalism Internship Program. Contact: Send a resume and three or four writing samples to Judi Hetrick at Earlham Drawer 11 or hetriju@earlham.edu by April 15, 2011.

April 04, 2011
MILLER FARMS SEEKS SUMMER INTERNS:

Interested in being an intern at Miller Farm this summer? Interested in receiving academic credit for gardening in community? Applications are due April 15 so don't delay!

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SEEKING MADARIN CHINESE SKILLS:

A speaker of Mandarin Chinese is needed for translation in June. Compensation will be offered. Speaker may need to meet with Belden employee beforehand. A great networking opportunity!

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March 29, 2011
FACE PAINTERS NEEDED:

Students or faculty members needed for an April's Child Abuse Awareness Month event. The event is scheduled for Sat., April 23, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the United Way of Whitewater Valley.

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March 23, 2011
HOUSE-SITTER AVAILABLE FALL SEMESTER:

If you are leading a program abroad next fall and need someone to care for your pets and home, I can help. I have experience house-sitting and caring for dogs, cats, fish, plants, horses and goats.

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March 17, 2011
OPPORTUNITY FOR STUDENT WRITER:

The position involves internet research, writing, editing and data entry. Candidates should possess the ability to use basic computer software, and have good writing skills. This is a paid position. Requires writing/editing one article per week. You can work from campus, or at our Richmond office. Contact: careers@aapbl.com.

February 03, 2011
OPPORTUNITY FOR TRUMPET LESSONS:

Here is your chance to get cheap private trumpet lessons. Trumpet provided.

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January 29, 2011
BABYSITTER SERVICE AVAILABLE:

Babysitter with more than eight years of experience with ages two months to ten years. Certified emergency medical technician, loves playing with kids-- games and fun, not TV. References available.

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January 28, 2011
OPPORTUNITY AT EARLHAM WORD:

The Earlham Word is currently seeking a distribution manager for the Spring 2011 semester. We would like to find someone who has a car and make sure the paper is distributed around campus on Fridays. This is a paid position.

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January 11, 2011
SEEKING STUDENT BLOGGERS:

Seeking student bloggers to write about the Richmond area for travel-related blogs. Contact: The Wayne County Convention and Tourism Bureau, Julie Dishman or call 765-935-8687. Also Visit Richmond .

January 10, 2011
AMIGOS EVENING VAN DRIVER:

On Monday and Wednesday nights, Earlham student volunteers and work study students need a certified Earlham driver to drive a college van to the Amigos Latino Center at the Townsend Center. This can be logged as service or work-study hours. Times are 5:45 - 8:15 p.m. if you would like to stay at the center, or you can just drop us off and pick us up. Contact: For more information, contact Sarah .

December 03, 2010
SEEKING MATH TUTOR:

Math Tutor needed for local high school student. Pre-calculus level. Contact: Ron or call 260-438-5337.

November 11, 2010
MILLER FARM SEEKS CARETAKER:

Miller Farm is looking for responsible individuals to feed our cats and chickens during Thanksgiving Break as well as Winter Break. Compensation provided; housing also a possibility. Contact: For more information e-mail hthanh07@earlham.edu.

November 04, 2010
PAID INTERNSHIP TO END POVERTY:

Apply now for the Faiths Act Fellowship, a year-long, full-time, paid opportunity for leaders inspired by faith to work toward the U.N.'s Millennium Development Goals to end the scandal of extreme poverty. The program is open to people ages 20 to 27 in the U.S., U.K., India and Canada, and the deadline for applications is Dec. 31.

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October 28, 2010
HELP WANTED:

Local restaurant Ghyslain Chocolatier seeks Earlham student for part-time work as an expediter/cook. Contact: If interested, contact Donnie Goodwin Tuesday through Saturday, 9 a.m. – 8 p.m. at 765-966-3344.

October 27, 2010
NEEDED DRIVER FOR CONFERENCE:

The ECMUN club is looking for someone who can drive a 12-passenger van to take members of the Earlham MUN to a conference on Sat., Nov. 6 in Indianapolis.

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October 22, 2010
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:

I am a senior doing an independent photo study themed "my body is my temple.” I am taking photographs of survivors of sexual assault and am looking for participants.

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October 07, 2010
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:

I am a senior doing a photo project themed "my body is my temple.” I am photographing survivors of sexual assault.

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September 27, 2010
CLUB LEADERS FOR JUNIOR HIGH:

Centerville Junior High needs your expertise in leading junior high age students in after-school clubs. Areas of need are poetry, art, chess, drama/theater, dance, rocketry, gaming, orienteering, and others of your interest. Contact: Dave Peine, or call 765-855-5113.

September 24, 2010
KIDS, RECYCLING AND FUN:

Here is your chance to become one of Richmond’s Recycling Educators with the Environmental Council. This commitment requires about five hours per week.

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TEMPORARY SECURITY POSITION:

Local security firm seeks students to work unarmed security for 8-12 weeks. Shifts are 7 p.m. – 7 a.m. at the old Natco building on the west side of Richmond. Vehicle, fuel and cell phone provided. Contact: Brian Simkins or call 574-306-1088. You can fill out an application at Nolan Security. Be sure to mention Earlham in the notes section. Interviews are Tues., Sept. 28 and the position begins early October.

September 07, 2010
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR PHOTO PROJECT:

I am a senior doing an independent photo project using the theme, "my body is my temple.” I will be making altars using photos of survivors of sexual assault. It can be as anonymous as you would like.

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August 23, 2010
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY WITH PHONE-A-THON:

Join us for Phone-a-Thon and earn money while you connect with Earlham’s alumni. We make our calls on campus and there are positions available for both work-study and non-work study students. Contact: Applications are available in Room 100, Carpenter Hall, the Bonner Center for Service and Vocation and at Runyan Desk. Applications are due by Sept. 3 in Room 100, Carpenter. Contact Liz Gordan with questions.

HOUSEKEEPING HELP AVAILABLE:

Earlham grad desperately needs employment. I am willing to help out with any housekeeping or gardening projects around your home. Payment is negotiable. Contact: ccbrels06@earlham.edu or call 706-474-9312.

August 20, 2010
STUDENT AMBASSADORS NEEDED:

Earlham Student Ambassadors are student leaders who will represent Earlham at Homecoming and Reunion Weekend Oct. 22 - 24. Students with an upbeat attitude, outgoing personality, and a keen ability to adapt to situations quickly should apply. Contact: Applications can be found in the Alumni and Development Office and are due by Sept. 10, 5 p.m. Interviews will follow. Contact: Mae Turley or call x1421.

STUDENT AMBASSADORS NEEDED:

Earlham Student Ambassadors are student leaders who will represent Earlham at Homecoming and Reunion Weekend Oct. 22 - 24. Students with an upbeat attitude, outgoing personality, and a keen ability to adapt to situations quickly should apply. Contact: Applications can be found in the Alumni and Development Office and are due by Sept. 10, 5 p.m. Interviews will follow. Contact: Mae Turley or call x1421.

August 18, 2010
LIFEGUARDS WANTED:

Lifeguards needed for a few hours per week. Contact: Fill out an application, bring your lifeguard and CPR cards to the pool, weekdays 1 - 5 p.m. Also, contact Jayne Arnold or call x1732.

August 11, 2010
WORK STUDY POSITIONS:

Runyan Center and Student Activities have work study positions available. Runyan Center Desk staff, Yearbook staff, van drivers ( must meet eligibility requirements), publicity coordinators (art skills required) and several generalist positions are available. Contact: Applications are available at Runyan Desk.

August 10, 2010
HELP WANTED:

The Earlham Word is currently looking for an ad manager. This is a paid position.

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April 27, 2010
DOG WALKER NEEDED:

Small, energetic dog needs loving, responsible walker for the summer, Monday through Friday after 4 p.m. Paid per walk, 30 minutes minimum. Location close to campus. Contact: weyermann@comcast.net for more information.

April 20, 2010
NEED SOMEONE FOR LIGHT YARD WORK:

Looking for a person to do light yard work such as trimming, pulling weeds, digging up and transplanting plants for a home on College Avenue. We pay $10 per hour. Contact: Barbara or Phil Norman at 765-966-4237.

March 28, 2010
USHER AND BOX OFFICE WORKERS NEEDED:

Want to see this fall’s theatrical production free? Always wanted to participate in theater, but never had time to memorize lines? Need volunteer experience? Become a volunteer box office clerk or usher. Aside from getting to see the play for free, you will get valuable volunteer experience. Volunteering may not pay directly but it will look great on a resume and increase your chance of employment when applying for a job. Where: If interested sign up on the sheet outside the fine arts office for either position.

RICHMOND PAID INTERNSHIPS:

Get paid $2500 this summer at one of five internships at Richmond non-profits. Contact: For more information about the internships, visit the Bonner Center for Service and Vocation or see our page on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/pages/Richmond-IN/I-Internships-Earlham/59760083511?ref=ts&v=wall#!/notes/i-internships-earlham/richmond-paid-internships/409593543202). Application deadline is April 9. Send resume, cover letter, and names and contact information for two references by email to Sonia Smith smithso@earlham.edu.

March 09, 2010
PAID INTERNSHIPS:

The Bonner Center for Service and Vocation has several upcoming internship opportunities in Richmond. All are paid. Contact: Jennifer to get on the information list.


WECI POSITIONS AVAILABLE FOR SUMMER AND FALL:

WECI is hiring for summer and fall administrative staff positions. We are looking for music librarians, production managers, automation directors - the whole shabang. Contact: Pick up an application on the door of the WECI office, in the basement of Runyan, and return by March 26. Also contact Station Manager.

March 08, 2010
SUMMER HOUSESITTER AVAILABLE:

Experienced housesitter available through mid-August. I have experience caring for many types of animals including horses, dogs, goats, chickens and fish. I am also familiar with using an alarm system.

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March 04, 2010
WORK WITH AN EARLHAM COLLEGE ALUM:

Here is an opportunity for a paid summer internship with Lithko Contracting Inc. Sophomore and junior Business Non-Profit majors -eligible students must declare BNP major by end of this semester. Deadline to indicate interest is Wed., March 10. Work with financial data, financial reporting, marketing and more. Contact: To start the application process or indicate interest contact Sonia Smith.

March 01, 2010
JOB OPENING - CAMPUS REPRESENTATIVE NEEDED:

In-Richmond.com Properties seeks students to act as campus representatives. Flexible hours and pay based on commission. Representatives are expected to advertise the available properties to the student body, faculty and to the staff and process applications. Contact: Submit all applications to info@in-richmond.com or call 765-977-6955.

February 02, 2010
SUMMER JOB OPPORTUNITY:

Are you going to be here during the Summer and need a job? Come by the Runyan Desk and ask for an application to work Summer Conferences. Applications are available now through March 1. All Applications must be turned back in to Kris at Runyan by March 1.

January 29, 2010
GET INVOLVED ON CAMPUS:

Student Search and Interview Committee (SSIC) is looking for two new members to help with interviewing and selecting new faculty. This is a three-semester commitment. Interviews takes place during lunch hour intermittently throughout semester. Includes free lunch at coffee shop. Contact: Apps. are online SSIC. E-mail convener Ben Smith for more information. Interviewing immediately.

January 28, 2010
TRUCK NEEDED:

I have just moved into an unfurnished house and need the use of a truck and some help for a few hours to move a mattress and a couple of pieces of furniture into the place. Payment will be negotiated. Contact: hungeno@gmail.com or call 678-793-4914.

January 27, 2010
MEDICAL VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY:

Here is a great opportunity for science majors interested in going on to medical school and want to get involved in the Richmond community. The new Siloam Health and Wellness clinic, a free clinic, needs volunteers to help doctors and nurses. You can gain valuable experience and help too. When: Hours are Tuesday evening, 6 – 9 p.m. Where: Rock Solid Ministries, downtown Richmond.

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January 18, 2010
RA APPLICATIONS:

RA applications for the 2010-2011 are now available. Contact any Area Director or the Office of Residence Life for an application. Applications are due to Residence Life Office by Mon., Feb. 15, Noon. Contact: Residence Life

January 12, 2010
WORD WORK-STUDY POSITIONS:

The student newspaper, The Earlham Word, is looking for an advertising manager and a distribution manager. Ad managers work with campus organizations and local business to bring in ads. Distribution managers deliver the paper around campus on Fridays and send out subscriptions. Positions offer five to six hours of work-study per week.

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December 10, 2009
JOURNALISM JOB AND INTERNSHIP FAIR:

Start planning to attend this free job and internship fair for journalism students held in Muncie, Indiana on Sat., Jan. 30. Twenty-four different news organizations are there to interview students and conduct professional development workshops. Transportation is provided to and from the fair. Contact: To make a reservation for the van, you must e-mail Jennifer Isaacs no later than Wed., Jan. 27. For more information and a complete list of news organizations, contact Sonia Smith.

December 03, 2009
JOURNALISM JOB AND INTERNSHIP FAIR:

Start planning to attend this free job and internship fair for journalism students held in Muncie, Indiana on Sat., Jan. 30. Twenty-four different news organizations are there to interview students and conduct professional development workshops. Transportation is provided to and from the fair. If you would like your resume to be included in the resume book, you must e-mail a copy by Jan. 8 to Phyllis McQueen pmcqueen@ap.org. Note that submitting your resume is not a requirement to attend, but an option. Contact: For more information and a complete list of news organizations, contact Sonia Smith.

December 01, 2009
HUNTINGTON AWARD OPPORTUNITY:

Is there a social issue you care deeply about, in the U.S. or abroad? After graduation, would you like to have $10,000 to undertake a one-year public service project anywhere in the world? If so, consider applying for a Huntington Award. Contact: Deb Jackson or call x1225 prior to the end of the semester for more information. Deadline for completed application is Feb. 15. 2010.

HOUSE SITTING SPRING 2010:

If you are going abroad for Spring semester or maybe on sabbatical, I’m a December graduate looking to work on projects for Spring semester. I am responsible and great with animals. Could pay utilities if needed. Close proximity to campus is preferable but not necessary.

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