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  - Joseph '13

Hello all!My name is Joseph Spring and I am looking to spend time working with a non profit organization in whatever capacity is possible (including work, internships, and volunteering) in the Salem area.  I am very hard working and enjoy learning new things, especially if they are geared toward doing good for the community.   I am personally leaning toward more humanitarian concerns than anything else.  I have a bachelor's degree in Psychology from Willamette and hope to find something that would allow me to put that to use.   Thanks for reading and let me know if you have anything for me!
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  - Robin '79

2015 Project Space Kathleen Dinges Rice at 503-581-2228 x312 http://salemart.org/programs/cae/project-space/ SEEKING STAFF PERSON FOR 2015 PROJECT SPACE Applications due April 30, 2015. SEEKING INTERNS FOR 2015 PROJECT SPACE Project Space is a dynamic (June to August) contemporary art opportunity. Taking place in unleased spaces in downtown Salem, Oregon, Project Space offers juried exhibits by regional artists, studio space, performances and other events that encourage community dialogue. Project Space is designed to bring out the experimental, the creative, the unexpected, the large, the small, the moveable and moving; embracing new avenues of expression. Art in any media, including, but not limited to painting, sculpture, video, interactive media, installation, photography, performance, theater, sound and music, movement and dance is accepted in the program. Approaches can be fantastical, practical, high-tech, low-tech, humorous and serious. Exhibits rotate several times over the two-to-three month period, starting in June and ending in August. The specific schedule will be organized around the requirements of proposals chosen.
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  - Travis '08

Willamette Alumni with MD + MPH in policy and leadership looking for a position in a law office or policy/political action group.   I have experience in health policy analysis, medical records(EMR), medical research (2 years in lab), medical writing, program planning implementation. Will be available early July, preferred locations: Eugene, Salem, Portland.   I will be applying to law school during the next application period. 
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  - TeAnna '15

Hello! Graduating student (CLA) looking for an open position within a law firm around Salem, Oregon in order to gain experience before applying to law school in 2016. I have four years of administrative/secretary experience, as well as great references. Will be available full- time come this June.
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  - Rob

Great video that hits the mark on Willamette's dual degree programs! https://vimeo.com/110414500
April 16, 2015
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  - Colleen

I'm looking for a cheap bike for my daughter to use this summer when she's home from college. It needs to be big enough for someone who's 5'10".
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  - Nicole '14

Hey all,I've two rooms available in the townhouse I'm renting. One is available now, the other will be ready in June.The place is 3BR 1.5BA with a bonus room, washer/dryer, and is located in a quiet neighborhood behind the Center street Safeway with the Mill Creek off the back porch.The rent varies from $275 to $475 depending on how many roommates there are/which room you take. I can fill you in on the details.I welcome pets, but the landlord doesn't allow dogs unless they're service animals.If you'd like to see pictures or know more, my email is n_rodgers@outlook.com.Thanks!
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  - Jennifer

We are seeking a responsible, fun person to care for our three school age children after school until June and during the days in the summer. Responsibilities include picking up the children after school, driving to after school activities all over Salem, preparing dinner, supervising homework, practice and other appropriate activities, cleaning children's areas, and children's laundry. Expanded summer hours available. You must have your own car in excellent condition and an excellent driving record. This is a part time position. Wage negotiable. Please contact jaobrien1@yahoo.com for more information.
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  - Pooja '16

Hi friends! I'm looking to fill a spot in a house right across Bush Elementary School. It's right next to Kaneko so the walk is less than 5 minutes to campus! The room will be available between May - December 2015. The rent is $330 + utilities (~$60). You would be living with two amazing housemates! This is a great option for anyone needing a place to stay in the fall and is studying abroad in the spring. Please contact me at pravikir@willamette.edu if you or anyone you know is interested!
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  - Anna '05

Lighted Path, LLC dba Cafe Yumm! - 100018 is looking for positive and self-motivated Crew Members and Leads to join our unique restaurant team. All Restaurant Team Members will be responsible for outstanding customer service, knowledge of all food and beverage products, learning all stations in the restaurant, proper equipment handling procedures, maintaining restaurant cleanliness, following all safety and sanitation procedures, and other projects as assigned. All Restaurant Team Members must be familiar with and follow to the best of their ability the Cafe Yumm! Mission Statement and its Core Values of Integrity, Enthusiasm, Gratitude, and Respect. When: Friday, April 17th from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00am and from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., as well as Saturday, April 18th from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Call with questions: 503-581-YUMM (9866).
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  - Lisa '16

Hi people of switchboard,I am looking for a new roommate to share my adorable house! I will be a senior next year and I live in an awesome two bedroom house just south of Bush Park. If you're a current student also, it's about seven minutes to campus on a bike, and an absolutely beautiful ride/walk through the park. We have a nice kitchen, a real fireplace for the winter, and carpet in the bedrooms. Seriously, living here is the best. I'm clean, quiet, and super chill to live with. Rent is $350 + half utilities, so it's even an awesome deal. If you're interested, I would love to hear from you! My email is lfield@willamette.edu, or you can text/call at 206-437-6668. 
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  - Colleen

Are you feeling boxed-in or trapped by your current position or field? Are you weary of your job, organization, industry, or profession? Is it time for you to move out? In the upcoming career workshop, you’ll be introduced to an assessment tool that will help you identify the things you should to be questioning -- not just about your current work, but about the work that you’re searching for, too. Wed., April 22, 2015 12 - 1 p.m. Willamette Portland Center To register: https://alumni.willamette.edu/events/2015careerworkshops
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  - Colton '12

Hey Willamette people! I graduated CLA in 2012 and am an aspiring screenwriter and novelist. Are there any other writer alumni here on Switchboard? I live in California, worked in the film industry in LA, and am looking to get a novel published in the near future. Anyway, just looking for any advice or to at least connect with any fellow writers or people who work in the film or publishing industry! Thanks so much!Best,Colton (coltonwmiller@gmail.com)
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  - Tiffany '97

On Sunday, September 27, this Bearcat '97 and her 4 year old son will once again lace up their sneakers to walk along the famed Boston Marathon® route in the 2015 Boston Marathon® Jimmy Fund Walk. We have pledged to raise funds that will be used to support critical cancer research and innovative pediatric and adult patient care at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute effecting Cancer outcomes around the World. I'm writing to you today to ask for your support.My husband Joe, Jimmy's dad, was diagnosed with stage IV colorectal cancer in August of 2013. There is no cure for Joe's cancer, but the therapies and research being done at Dana Farber with the money we raise from the walk aid patients and their families so that we all have the best possible chance. And maybe someday others will not have to face this. My alma mater's motto and guiding principal was Non nobis solum nati sumus — Not unto ourselves alone are we born. Cancer has a way of making this motto extremely prescient. Joe and I work every day to show Jimmy that it is helping others that is one's greatest strength and humanity. Joe's doctor and nurses have been amazing. They have made the sometimes scary into a calm and knowing path together. From late night peanut butter and graham crackers while we get Joe tested due to a high fever, to concern and help in what the family is facing and finding solutions where solutions can be found.Jimmy is going to be 4 in April and he asked if he could walk for his best buddy, his dad this year. We will probably do one of the shorter routes since Jimmy's boundless energy may actually have met its match in 26 miles, but we will begin training as soon as the New England weather allows us. Cancer unfortunately touches us all and Dana Farber has changed Cancer therapies and research around the world. Please join me in the fight against cancer by considering a tax deductible contribution of $50 or more toward my fundraising efforts. You can also donate to Jimmy's own page. If you donate please send us a name, and we will put you or your loved one's name on our shirts so they can walk with us.It's easy to have an impact on this important and universal cause. You can:- Make a gift online: Visit the Walk website at www.JimmyFundWalk.org and click "Give." Search for my name "Tiffany Campbell"  or Jimmy's and follow the instructions on my fundraising page to make a gift online, or go to my fundraising page Tiff's page: http://www.jimmyfundwalk.org/2015/campbellstrong - Send in a check: Write a check payable to "Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk" and send it directly to me at: 34 Townsend Terrace, Framingham, MA 01701.- You can also check with your employer's Human Resources department to find out if your organization will match your gift and double the impact!Cancer touches all of us. Jimmy and I are doing our part to help conquer this disease and with your help, we can move closer to the ultimate finish line: a world without cancer.Thank you in advance for your generosity! I am grateful for your support. And if you would like to join our team please let me know and I will send you the information.Tiffany Campbellhttp://www.jimmyfundwalk.org/2015/campbellstrong 2014 Goal: $1500 Raised: $10,599.2015 Goal: $10,000 Raised: $150.00
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  - Elena '13

Hello. I currently work at a startup in SE Portland. This opportunity may be going away in the near future. I am hoping to seek a similar position with a young company doing Customer Service or Social Media-type work. I love working with a young, excited, and creative team. I have applied or I am in the process of applying for positions at Airbnb, Squarespace, Evolve Fitwear, and other similar companies in Portland. Any leads or networking is appreciated :).
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  - Kelly '09

EarthCorps brings together passionate and hardworking young adults from across the country, and around the world, for an AmeriCorps leadership training program in Seattle, Washington.At EarthCorps, leadership development happens out in the field where our corps learns to work collaboratively, lead community volunteers, refine restoration skills, and execute technical projects. Corps members spend their days improving the health of the Puget Sound by returning urban forests, shorelines and salmon streams back to thriving, self-sustaining ecosystems.EarthCorps is currently hiring for crew leaders and corps members to join the program for the second half of 2015. To learn more about joining our team download full position descriptions from the following links:• Crew Leaders http://www.earthcorps.org/pdfs/EarthCorps_CL.pdf• Corps Members http://www.earthcorps.org/pdfs/2015CM_June_Dec_Position_Description.pdf
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  - Kendra '15

Hey there! After graduation, I will be working in downtown Salem. I've been looking at apartments and most of them are 2 bedroom/1 bathroom apartments. Therefore, I'm seeing if anyone might be interested in living with me.
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  - Rachael '15

Hi, fellow Bearcats! I am an English major with a focus in creative writing, set to graduate this year, and looking for a writing-centered job or paid internship to begin in mid-May, or maybe even sooner, class schedule permitting. Some of my most notable accomplishments so far have been creating a new educational program for incoming students in conjunction with the Opening Days program, writing for the Collegian, and designing/managing/writing for a blog, Do(+) Willamette, for my internship as the Program Development Coordinator with the Office of Community Education. Through my internship, I have also had experience marketing online blog content through social media and physical poster campaigns, coordinating guest writers, and editing content.Though I would prefer to be in Portland, right now anything in the Willamette Valley is possible, as long as it is commutable from Salem. I would prefer to work locally, but I would also be open to telecommuting, if that is a possibility.Please contact me if you have any opportunities, connections, or advice for someone trying to get started in the writing field, and thank you so much!
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  - Kathryn '07

Hey fellow Bearcats, I am looking for a housemate to rent out the 2nd bedroom of my home. House is in Monmouth, OR in the Edwards Addition neighborhood. Move in as early as mid-april. Please share with friends and colleagues.
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  - Rachel '13

Hello Everyone, I'm currently working at TIUA through August 2015 and am hoping to relocate to Seattle in September. I'm interested in working at a university/college in either a student affairs, international program, or human resources office but am open to any postion loosely related to those interests. I would love to hear from anyone with experience or connections in Seattle / the greater Seattle area. Thanks!! Rachel