Hello! I am Paul, a French exchange student who studied at Willamette from August 2013 until May 2014, and I am currently actively looking for a 3 month Summer Internship (June/July/August 2016) in Business/Management/Communication/Marketing in the US.I am particularly looking for interning with sustainable, responsible companies involved in ethical, eco-friendly business, such as B Corp Certified organizations.I am interested in the market for Vegetarian/Vegan products, craft beers, fair trade & organic products, and outdoor activities, but I really am open to everything.Ideally, I would like to complete an internship in the Seattle area, the San Francisco area or in Oregon, as most of my contacts - who could help me with housing - live in these areas, but again, I am open to anything.NB: I do not require sponsorship for this internship.If my contact, resume or additional information may be needed, please feel free to contact me at my new email address or call me:email@example.comThank you very much,Sincerely,Paul
Ten boxes of miscellaneous Christmas decorations!All ten boxes for $50 -- sight unseen!I'm tired of shifting them from one side of the garage to another and just want them to go! And I don't want to go through and price out everything individually.Ornaments, nativity scenes, towels, lights, unfinished bisque "town" buildings, Avon, unfinished crafts, etc.
Pinzon 190-gram heavyweight flannel sheet set. Color: chamois [a gold/cream shade of off white]. $60 for fitted, flat, and two pillowcases.Sealed in original package.
This position will advise Undergraduate Pathway students in regards to their academic planning and progress using advising and guidance skills. This will involve explaining university academic policy and procedures to assist students in gaining entrance to OSU and following a successful academic path to graduation. This position may also advise students in the other INTOOSU programs as required.See full job posting here: https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/postings/20926The posting closes: February 11, 2016
I'm a current Willamette student graduating in 2017 and own an aerial photography company specializing in high definition photos and videos of real estate, schools, and agriculture. I'm only in my first 5 months of business and am looking to give out pro-bono work to get publicity and increase my portfolio. Check out my website at www.exosaerialimaging.com and my Instagram @exos_aerial_imaging.
Hey, Bearcats! My company, Harvard Risk Management, is staffing several Sales Manager positions.The position we are hiring for is primarily presenting a workshop to employees and offering voluntary benefits. I'm reaching out now because the company is offering a $40,000 bonus incentive to all new hires, and timing couldn't be better. If someone you know of might be interested, please drop a line. Experienced sales professionals and charismatic recent graduates are encouraged to apply. We're hiring for both p/t and f/t at positions across the country. We offer workshops to corporations and use a "soft pitch" / "no pitch" approach to offering the risk management products in our portfolio. Last year I transitioned from my Director of Development role in social justice in Woodburn to a different type of social justice - giving others access to the justice system, and teaching folks how to protect their identities.Every day I better the lives of others, AND I get a great paycheck! Here's a link to the company and products we offer. http://hrmccareers.com/263063 Please check it out and then touch base. Feel free to forward to friends you think may be a good fit.Thank you - Rose Barkerrosebark@harvardbenefits.com503.931.2631
BEND, UPSTAIRS OFFICE in a 1925 Craftsman, lobby has fireplace, conf. room, kitchen, reception/CAMS extra, potential overflow work, $600/mo w/ lease Lillian@nonhostilefamilylaw.com 541-318-8038.
Hi! I'm Reed Joslin, a current third year student at the Willamette College of Liberal Arts. I am an Asian Studies Major and I am looking for an internship or job opportunity that will relate to my chosen field of study. Preferably, the job/internship would be located in the town of Redmond or the city of Bellevue (both in Washington) but I am perfectly happy to hear any offers along the west coast.
Hi!My friends and I (4 people total) are looking to rent a 4 bedroom house with 2 bathrooms preferably. We are looking to rent from August 2016 through May of 2017. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I graduated Willamette in 2015 and moved from Alaska to Seattle to be closer to family. Currently fundraising for a large environmental profit but would like to put my degree and skills to better use. If anyone knows about any openings or has any advice about finding a job in Seattle it would be extremely helpful! My interest is in environmental science but really interested in any stable full time position. I have worked as a manager at a helicopter company, was captain of the Willamette Debate Union for two years, and was Chairperson of the Willamette University Green Initiative Fund in its inaugural year. Thank you Bearcats, -Kurt Wade
College Possible is currently recruiting to fill AmeriCorps and VISTA positions for Fall 2016! By serving with College Possible, Service Corps members assist low-income high school students in earning admission into college and in completing their college degree. Over 210 new AmeriCorps and VISTA members will be selected to start in the fall in the Twin Cities, MN; Milwaukee, WI; Omaha, NE; Portland, OR; Chicago, IL; and Philadelphia, PA! The Regular Round Application Deadline is March 7, 2016. For more information and application instructions, please visit the College Possible AmeriCorps page. As an organization, College Possible has achieved measurable success due to the idealism and hard work of their amazing Service Corps members. To date, 98% of their graduating seniors have been admitted to college, and their students graduate from college at rates 5 times higher than their peers! If you serve with College Possible, you will know that you are making real and quantifiable impacts on students’ lives as they apply to and succeed in college. If you are interested in serving with College Possible, there are a variety of positions available. You could directly support low-income students as a Coach while they study for the ACT/SAT, apply to college and as they persist through their college education. Or, if you are interested in a more “behind-the-scenes” role, there are fundraising, communications, event-planning and other support positions available. For more information about all positions, please visithttp://www.collegepossible.org/serve/position-descriptions/. If you are considering applying for an AmeriCorps or VISTA position with College Possible, you can begin the application process here! The Regular Application Deadline is March 7, 2016. If you have any questions, please contactAProgram@CollegePossible.org.
SPRINGDALE/PIVOT JOB CORPS CENTER31224 E. Historic Columbia River Hwy., Troutdale, OR 970602701 NW Vaughn St., Ste. 151, Portland, OR 97210JOB ANNOUNCEMENTPosition: Career Counselor Req. : 6978BRPosting Date: January 27, 2016 – February 12, 2016_____________________________________________________________________________________Summary of Duties:Full-time case management position. Responsible for planning, coordinating, developing, and implementing a professional individual and group counseling program for assigned students. Meet regularly with students on case load; document student progress and goals. Collaborate with other staff regarding student needs and behaviors; advocate on behalf of students to promote student success and employability. An electronic application is required for consideration.To apply to the above job, please go to: www.mtcjobs.com JOB REQUIREMENTS(Education, Experience, & Professional Association)Bachelor’s degree in counseling, social work, or related field and one year experience. Course work must include minimum of 15 semester hours of social services related instruction. Must be computer proficient and possess strong oral and written communication skills. Valid driver’s license in state of residence with acceptable driving record required. Management & Training Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer!Females, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.We Value Diversity!
Technical DirectorKOBI-TV NBC5 in Medford, Oregon has a full-time opening for a Technical Director. Applicants must work well in a team atmosphere and under pressure to meet deadlines. The ability to stay calm and focused in tense situations, and have quick reaction times are an absolute must. This position will be working weekends, and requires a self-motivated individual with the ability to stay productive during non-peak hours. An insurable driving record and the ability to pass a drug screen are pre-employment requirements.Job duties will include ensuring the proper setup and operation of equipment used during broadcasts, and design and build graphics for newscasts. This position requires long periods of computer monitoring and the ability to reach buttons on a production switcher.Our benefit package includes a medical and dental insurance, a 401k retirement plan, paid sick leave, paid vacations, and paid holidays. The company pays the majority of the health care premium.Please send your cover letter and resume in Word or PDF format via email or to the physical address below:KOBI-TV NBC5 Chelsea MorrisHuman Resources Director125 South Fir StreetMedford, OR 97501To be considered for this position, you must also include the following:1. The subject line of your email must include the job title listed above.2. The body of your email must include verbiage that includes the title of the job posting.We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Jensen Investment Management – Lake Oswego, ORJob Opening – Internal Sales Associate – Mutual Funds and Separately Managed AccountsFebruary 2016Overview:This is a unique opportunity for a motivated sales and client service professional with good interpersonalskills to join Jensen Investment Management. The twenty-eight-year-old firm has grown to $6.1 billion ofassets under management based upon its reputation for integrity, its culture of independence and employeeownership and a solid long-term performance track record. The firm manages separate accounts forindividuals and institutions and two mutual funds, The Jensen Quality Growth Fund and The Jensen ValueFund.Jensen Investment Management is managed by six Managing Directors with experience in a variety ofindustries. The firm and the investment portfolios are managed utilizing a team approach.Portfolios are constructed in a fundamental style, driven by in-depth analysis of businesses derived from aqualifying universe of less than 250 companies. For more details about Jensen, please visit our website at www.jenseninvestment.comJob Description:The Internal Sales Associate position is responsible for developing and maintaining relationships withJensen’s clients and prospects that include Financial Advisors, Registered Representatives, Institutions andtheir respective staff. This Internal Sales Associate will work as a team with 2 External RelationshipManagers based in Portland, OR and Atlanta, GA.The ideal Internal Sales Associate will have served in this capacity before, however, we will consider relevantinvestment industry or sales experience as well. Requirements include knowledge of the firm’s domestic(long only) products, philosophy and process. Attention to detail, excellent verbal and writtencommunication skills and the ability to self-motivate are essential. This position will also require the abilityto work non-traditional hours 6AM-3PM and/or 7AM-4PM.Responsibilities include:• Develop new business within the territory by calling and emailing Financial Advisors and RegisteredRepresentatives: qualifying them, providing sales and marketing information and scheduling appointmentsfor the Externals.• Provide follow-up information as requested by the Externals; maintain contact with FinancialAdvisors and Registered Representatives and keep them updated on relevant firm news.• Maintain territorial database via CRM, log phone calls, meetings, emails and notes.• Handle incoming phone calls and requests for information (sales and marketing material). Assist FinancialAdvisors, Registered Representatives and their staff with problem resolutions.• Maintain open communication with the Externals. This may include daily review of sales numbers,information from calls and meetings (internal and external) regarding topics that may affect the territory,and updates on communications from management.• Periodic travel to cover conferences and marketing events to represent Jensen.The Internal Sales Associate must have a positive attitude, maintain a professional demeanor at all times,be willing to learn and grow, have a strong work ethic, have a sense of urgency, be prepared, and executetasks in a timely and proficient manor.The following skills are preferred:• Series 7 or 6 and 63 licenses• Solid verbal communication and presentation skills both over the phone and in person• Knowledge of financial industry, experience with mutual funds and separate accounts a plus.• Excellent computer skills and knowledge of MS Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, etc.) and SalesforceCRM.• Ability to work independently and as a team, analyze sales figures and contribute to a plan of action• 1-5 years previous work experience, preferably in the investment industry.Compensation:Competitive salary, bonus and benefits programContact Information:Interested parties should send a cover letter, resume and salary history to:Kimberly Foleykfoley@jenseninvestment.comwith a copy to:Richard Clarkrclark@jenseninvestment.com
Do you miss exploring new locations? Want to talk to students who understand your experiences? Have more abroad stories to tell? Then come reflect on the Oregon Coast!Return from Abroad RetreatWho: Students recently returning from AbroadWhat: Free weekend retreat away from WUWhere: Lincoln City on the Oregon CoastWhen: February 5th-7th, 2016 Add it to your calendar now! Cost: Free! (With a $30 charge to your account if you sign up and fail to attend without canceling)Sign up online by Monday, February 1st at http://goo.gl/forms/K30qgXMgSLParticipants for the Return from Abroad Reentry and Reflection Retreat will depart campus at 4:00 pm on Friday February 5th and return by 1:00 on Sunday the 7th. There is free time/homework time built into the retreat.Questions: E-mail Madison Montemayor <mmontema> or Jeani Bragg <jbragg> with any questions or concerns! Or visit Career Services in the new Student Success Hub in Mathew 1st
Writing Stories for the Stage!An 8-week playwriting workshop with award-winning playwright E. M. Lewis (WU '94)Love to write? Love theater?Want to do something fantastically creative in the new year? Join Ellen Lewis for an exciting, inspiring and supportive playwriting workshop,offered through Theatre 33 at Willamette University. Over the course of eightweeks, you'll learn the fundamentals of playwriting, use writing prompts andexercises to develop monologues and scenes, and then write your own original one-act play. The class culminates in a public reading of work you've developed in the workshop, presented by professional actors! Beginning writers and experienced writers are welcome. All ages! The class sizewill cap at twelve writers, so everyone will have individual attention andopportunity to share their work.Sign up today! E-mail Ellen at email@example.com.The Details:What: Eight workshop sessions, from 10am to 1pm on Saturday morningsWhen: February/March 2016Where: The Willamette Playhouse on the Willamette University campusHow much: $250 ($200 for students with valid ID) E. M. Lewis was born and raised in Oregon. She is an award-winning playwright and librettist, whose work has been produced around the world and is published by Samuel French. She is the recipient of a Hodder Fellowship from Princeton University, the Steinberg Award and Primus Prize from the American Theater Critics Association, and the 2016 Oregon Literary Fellowship for Drama. Her plays include Song of Extinction, Magellanica, The Gun Show, Infinite Black Suitcase, True Story, Heads, Now Comes the Night, and The Study. She is currently working on a new opera commission from American Lyric Theater with composer Evan Meier, and a new play. www.emlewisplaywright.comTheatre 33 is a nonprofit theater that collaborates with Willamette University Theatre to bring together established theater artists in the Mid-Willamette Valley with students, alumni and faculty. www.theatre33.org
Hi folks,There is a room opening come February 10 for a beautiful house on Court St., walking distance from Willamette. Rent is only $265 a month and all utilities are around $100 additional, less as the weather warms up. You would be living with two college-aged girls.Hoping to find our new housemate soon! Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.orgThank you,Arianna W.Religious StudiesClass of 2016
My 3 friends and I are looking to rent a 4 bedroom house from this summer through Fall 2016 and Spring 2017. We would prefer to live somewhere within walking/biking distance of Willamette University. Contact: email@example.com
2008 BMW 535i - Still Under WarrantyI am selling my 2008 BMW 535, sport model. The car is perfect - no dents, dings or issues.It has just over 76,000 miles on it (I drive it to work here in town, so this will increase a bit each weekday). It is also still covered by a bumper-to-bumper warranty effective until March 29, 2016! This warranty is transferable to the new owner.We just changed the oil (should be good for another 12k miles), and both front and rear brakes.The car rides on 19" wheels from the BMW M6. The wheels alone sell for $1,700 or more on eBay. The original 18" sport-model wheels are also available if desired.Bumper to bumper warranty through 3-29-2016, transferable to new ownerHeated front & rear seatsHeated steering wheelKeyless entry & start6 speed "steptronic" automatic transmissionNavigationHarman/Kardon audioAutomatic, Xenon HID headlights that steer with the carPaddle shifters & sport transmission20-way power adjustable front seatsIf you are interested send me an email and we can set up a time for you to meet this beautiful car in person! firstname.lastname@example.org
This is your opportunity to start a career with a 100% employee owned company! At Marquis, our Cost Accountant / Inventory Control Coordinator is responsible for controlling and documenting the company's purchased and manufactured inventories. He or she maintains records and develops reports for reconciliation of raw and finished goods inventories though application of computerized inventory control processes and associated accounting processes.Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following:* Process inventory transactions * Inventory reconciliation* Inventory cycle counts* Maintain accuracy of bill of materials* Production/labor variances* Assist accounting department during audits* Maintain costs on existing items* Assist with product pricing* Prepare and analyze cost and inventory reports* Develop, maintain and review standard costs* Organize quarterly physical inventory countsHours: M -- F 8:00 am to 5:00 pm -- Occasional SaturdaysRequired Education & Experience:* Knowledge of accounting principles and experience in accounting ledgers and journals.* Preference given to candidates with expert skills in Excel and practical knowledge of MAS 500 Accounting Software.* 3 to 5 years' experience in inventory management.* Position requires High School Diploma or GED. College degree or related course work preferred.* Knowledge of supervisory principles and practices.Benefits• Employee Stock Ownership Plan and a separate 401(k) plan with a company match• Competitive wages with incentives for excellent attendance• Affordable Health Insurance for medical, dental, vision, and critical care• Company paid Life Insurance• Paid Time Off If you are ready to join a fast pace team of excellent performers please send your resume email@example.comORApply in Person596 Hoffman RdIndependence, OR 97351Marquis Corporation is a local employee-owned company with a successful 35 year history in historic Independence, Oregon. We are able offer our customers the Ultimate Hot Tub Experience because our manufacturing and home office teams are the best of the best. If you are looking for an opportunity to join a team that is focused on producing a premier product then we are looking for you!As resumes are collected we will contact only those invited to interview. This posting is created to fill current vacancies as well as to collect a pool of applicants for future openings.Marquis Corporation is a drug free workplace that complies with federal guidelines.To learn more about us visit: http://www.marquisspas.com/marquis/company/about-us.asp
We are hiring two administrative support positions in our Scholarship Office located in Eugene, OR. Are you passionate about access to higher education for students who may not otherwise have the chance to attend? Do you like working in a fast-paced, dynamic office where the culture is to work hard and have fun doing it? Do you like meeting people and helping them find solutions to challenges? Be a part of our close-knit team doing a job you can feel good about at the end of every day.Check out the postings on our website for more information...application period closes February 1.
An explosion of creativity is what we require. Empowerment from within. Uncertain times require change of thought patterns. People before profits as Bob Moore would say from Bob's Red Mill. A very exciting opportunity for students (think Facebook material). This is not a joke. I'm very fortunate to have a creative mind like Ricardo Semler in Brazil that empowers people in everything I do. Traveling the globe I have had the opportunity of speaking with Oxford, Harvard, Stanford, and some of the leading consulting firms in the world.If you can understand we have one of the most difficult challenges right here and now living in digital Darwinism and an information flow problem please bring yourself and many others. The people movement has to start at some point in history and we have many projects that are super fun for those involved (creating your own future to boot).How to get connected on Linkedin in a powerful network? No problem. How to use Twitter effectively to grow yourself through forums? No problem. Creating your own identity? No problem. Harvard has to redefine themselves after 375 years. This is not a joke by any means. The sharing economy, P2P, H2H, and collaborative economy will take shape with human centricity. Steve Jobs was brilliant. WHY? He mastered the art of empowerment and creativity by design thinking in culture. Infrastructure of business is a mess and we can in all seriousness define it together. My whiteboard is your whiteboard by design. Follow your heart and own intuition. It's all team based. Blessings to a better future.http://www.meetup.com/Design-thinking-for-social-impact-UI-UX-Human-Centered/
Jan. 20, 2016For more information: Sheila Lyons, Bicycle & Pedestrian Program manager, (503) 986-3555 or Shelley M. Snow, Public Affairs, (503) 881-5362SALEM – The Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee is seeking to fill a recently vacated position that represents the youth community. The committee was first formed by Oregon Statute 366.112, a bill passed in the 1973 Oregon Legislature. In 1995, the Oregon Transportation Commission officially recognized the committee’s additional role in pedestrian issues, and the group became the Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee, or OBPAC. The eight-member committee, appointed by the governor, acts as a liaison between the public and the Oregon Department of Transportation. It advises ODOT in the regulation of bicycle and pedestrian traffic and the establishment of bikeways and walkways. Members serve four-year terms, and the makeup of the group must include:An employee of a unit of local government employed in land-use planning.A representative of a recognized environmental group.A person engaged in the business of selling or repairing bicycles.A member designated by the Oregon Recreation Trails Advisory Council.At least one member under the age of 21 at the time of appointment (the current vacancy).Three members at large. The committee meets up to six times per year, with several of those meetings in locations outside of the Salem area. Throughout the year, the committee gathers input from residents, officials and ODOT staff as it considers bicycle and pedestrian transportation-related issues. Travel expenses are reimbursed. Upcoming work items include implementation of the new Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Modal Plan, ConnectOregon VI grant application review, and input on the department’s new intermodal policies. Interest forms are available at: http://www.oregon.gov/gov/admin/Pages/How_To_Apply.aspx.
Looking for a place to rent in Salem starting this summer 2016 with a friend. Would need to be within walking distance of campus. Preferably 2-3 bedrooms and 1-2 baths. Would love it if the place had a garage and washer/dryer and also took pets (but the pet is optional). Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you know of any places.Thanks!Ilana
The Sustainable Consumers Initiative, Sports Apparel: Logistics & Marketing Interns. The mission of the project is to educate Willamette Community Members on how to consume sustainably and provide opportunities for them to recycle or donate apparel and footwear. The Willamette Sustainable Consumers Initiative: Apparel and Footwear project includes the installation of bins for both non-wearable but recyclable apparel and footwear and wearable footwear and apparel donations (2 bins total). The bins will be installed inside the Sparks Athletic Center. Most clothing is re-wearable or recyclable, “Americans throw away 85% of the clothes in their closet that they don’t want, but almost everything can be re purposed in some way” (planetaid.org). We seek to hire a logistics and a marketing intern for the project. Logistics Intern Responsibilities: · Weekly monitoring of apparel donation bins. · Collaborate with Marketing Intern to assure ample donation space during donation events. · Transport donations from bins to designated donation pick up locations (valid driver’s license required).· Record donation information in Excel Spreadsheet, and write donation report at Semester’s end. · Attend Bi-Monthly Meetings. · Co-Chair hiring process for next semester interns. Marketing Intern Responsibilities:· Plan and facilitate 2 Giving Events. · Collaborate with Logistics Intern to assure ample donation space during donation events. · Transport donations from bins to designated donation pick up locations (valid driver’s license required).· Record donor information during giving events. · Attend Bi-Monthly Meetings. · Co-Chair hiring process for next semester interns. Compensation: $10/HR for up to 30 HRS. Position If you have questions about the position please contact Devin Bales @ 503-370-6975 or <dbales> To apply please send cover letter and resume to <dbales> & <ksmatthews>
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