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WEEK ENDING JANUARY 4, 2008

INTERNSHIPS

PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL INTERNSHIP The  New Hampshire Fisher Cats, Double-A Affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays are currently accepting applications for their 2008 internship program. Spots are limited.

ENVIRONMENTAL INTERNSHIP The Environmental Business Council is offering an unpaid internship to students with a background or interest in environmental studies and nonprofit administration. The intern’s responsibilities will primarily entail office work, including data entry and answering phones. They will be responsible for various research projects in the environmental field, and gain valuable exposure to the industry, as well as to business operations in general. They will learn new applications and programs, including TYPO3, Excel, and Outlook. There will also be opportunities to research and develop special projects for the EBC.  Apart from the intern’s in-office duties, there will be multiple events that the intern will have the option of attending and working at. This will provide training in networking, administration, and events planning. There is a great amount of flexibility in terms of hours. We are looking for someone to come in for under 10 hours a week to begin, although depending on the projects the intern is working on, s/he may find that longer hours are desirable. The intern would need to work within the Monday-Friday, 9-12 timeframe, or anytime on Fridays, although events are often early in the morning and late in the evening. 

INTERNATIONAL INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES Internships are available abroad in Australia, England and Spain.  The internship placements are not administrative but project based and will allow students to provide a beneficial service to an organization overseas.  There are two types of internship programs: semester based study abroad internships and summer internship opportunities.  The internships are unpaid but provide invaluable work experience and endless networking possibilities. 

PART TIME JOBS

CLUBHOUSE ASSISTANTS – NEW HAMPSHIRE FISHER CATS  The New Hampshire Fisher Cats, Double-A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays, are accepting applications to fill 2 open positions working as Clubhouse Assistants for the 2008 season. As a Clubhouse Assistant, you will learn what it takes to be successful in this industry, as you will have to be able to work within a budget, manage your time and accommodate the players, coaching staff, league representatives and umpires. Applicants must be males of at least 18 years of age. No experience is needed as the candidates will be trained and coached by the New Hampshire Fisher Cats Clubhouse Manager, Nick Botelho. Submit resume to Nick Botelho at nick.botelho@yahoo.com.

YOUTH & EDUCATION COORDINATOR 
for the Urban League of Springfield (ULS).  Assist youth in planning social, social action, charitable, trips, and fund raising activities.  Plan trip to National Urban League Conference. Develop activities that will develop youth into peer leaders. Teach leadership curriculum.  Coordinate workshops for youth.  Coordinate college visits, tours, fairs for Higher education Resource Center.  Motivate youth/adults to participate in activities. Be present at youth group meetings and events.  Maintain records of attendance and activities.  Prepare monthly reports for various funding sources.  Help recruit and supervise volunteers.  20 hours/week.  This position is grant funded and runs through September 2008.  Salary is based on experience.  Contact: Dawn Leaks,  Phone: (413) 739-7211 x116  Fax: (413) 732-9364.  Email: dleaks@ulspringfield.org

CHILDCARE  Flexible, Part Time Babysitter.  Busy work from home mom seeks part-time, flexible babysitter to care for 6 month old baby. Position is in Enfield, CT, 3 days per week, 4-5 hours per day (12-5 or 1-6 preferable), plus 1 Saturday evening per month and occasional weekend days. Looking for an individual who is responsible, organized, loves interacting with children and posses a playful personality. In this role, you will be responsible for the child's care and play while mother works from home office and/or adjacent building. Light housekeeping related to babies care includes laundry, pick up toys, sterilizing bottles, errands. CPR certification a plus. $10 per hour. Ability for overnights and travel a plus. We are looking for an extension of our family. To apply, send resume and references via email to: jenwason@hotmail.com.

TEAM LEADERS Citizen Schools and the Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center seeks talented, enthusiastic, and diverse candidates to serve as part time leaders with middle school students in their after-school programs.  Each team leader leads a team of approximately 8-12 students, supporting their academic achievement by facilitating hands-on, apprenticeship learning activities led by community volunteers.  Qualifications: demonstrated experience with and commitment to education and community-based learning, relevant experience working with children and demonstrated ability to engage children, strong verbal and written communication skills, demonstrated time and project management skills in a fast-paced environment, able to provide and receive constructive feedback, open to coaching, proficiency in Spanish is a plus.  Work 20-25 hours week.  Application is available online at www.citizenschools.org/careers/teachingassociate.cfm.  Compensation rates are dependent on experience.  Rates will be discussed during interviews.  Team Leaders will receive extensive training.   

ACTIVITY LEADER  Teaching and leading various enrichment activities depending on the Activity Leader’s skill set and interests. Enrichment activities can include but are not limited to photography, newsletter, model building, Yugioh, comic book writing, arts and crafts, sports, dance, and academic support. The Learning Center at GMS serves students from grades 5 to 8. Our hours are Monday through Thursday 3pm to 5:30pm and Fridays from 3pm to 5pm. We can work with your schedule and can be very flexible. The hourly rate for this position is $10-$15 per hour depending on education and experience. If interested or for more information, please contact:  Andrea Hoffman, Site-Coordinator,  413-221-9425  www.anhoffman@collaborative.org.   21st Century Community Learning Center at Greenfield Middle School (GMS). 

RESPITE WORKER needed to work in a very supportive home environment for an amicable young man with autism.  Work from 3-6pm Monday-Friday with additional evening hours (till 9:30pm) at least one night a week. Opportunities for additional weekend hours may be possible. $12/hour.  Contact Jamie at Community Resources for People with Autism at (413) 529-2428. 

TUTORS  Hampshire Educational Collaborative. Licensed teachers needed in Northampton and Belchertown MA to work with small groups of elementary-aged students in Math or English, using education software. 2-4 days a week, 3:15-4:25pm, $27-$30 per hour. Details at  www.collaborative.org.  Apply immediately to hr@collaborative.org.   

YOUTH & EDUCATION COORDINATOR  20 hours per week for Urban League of Springfield MA. Assist youth in planning social, social action, charitable, trips and fundraising activities; collaborate with Director of Youth Development to plan trip to National Urban League Youth Conference; help develop activities that will develop youth into peer leaders; teach leadership curriculum; coordinate workshops for youth; coordinate college visits, tours, fairs for Higher Education Resource Center; hold periodic meetings with adult volunteers; recruit adult volunteers; administrative duties. Position is grant funded and runs through September 2008. Salary based on experience. Contact Dawn Leaks, phone 413-739-7211 x116; fax 413-732-9364; email dleaks@ulspringfield.org

 INTERIM TECHNICAL MARKETING SPECIALIST Marketing high-end enterprise software tools for instant messaging of both IBM Sametime and Microsoft’s Live/Office Communicator Servers. Create white paper, conduct case studies with customers, update company web pages, press releases, and advertising through top IT magazines with both product lines. Skill Requirements: MS Office – Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, Adobe, and Web Design; Creative writer with some knowledge of Instant Messaging (technical writing a plus); Type min – 45 wpm; Self motivator and quick to learn/understand product lines; Research Instant Messaging market of competitors; Communication;  Strong English and Grammar a must. Expectations: Create white paper and update web documents on both product lines (8 products total);  Design collateral – Tri-folds and slicks.  Instant Technologies is looking for an energetic, highly motivated individual that will multi task on numerous occasions, displaying clear and concise information to our products.  We will train on products; functionality, features, vertical markets and selling points. We will provide you with a lap top for the duration of interim. Work from home or other suitable place. Visit our website: www.instant-tech.com. Hours: Part time 20-25 Flexible Monday - Friday. Wage: Based on level of skill set – min $8.00 per hour. Start time: Week of Jan 28th.
Potential of employee hire with attractive benefits package. Contact: Monique Leyda, National Sales Manager, Instant Technologies.  Corporate Office: Durham, NH 03824.  Sales Base: Springfield, MA 01109   Phone: 1-800-884-0443 ext. 707   Home Office: (413) 363-0258. 

 


 

WEEK ENDING DECEMBER 14, 2007

INTERNSHIPS

PUBLIC RELATIONS INTERNSHIP  Regan Communications Group, INC. is one of the largest full-service, privately owned public relations firms in the country. With a professional staff drawn from the worlds of media, PR and government, who have an intimate knowledge of newspaper, television, radio, magazine and internet coverage, Regan has the credentials and credibility of the best known PR firm in the Bay area. Position: We are looking for public relations interns for the Summer of 2008. Students applying for this position should be interested in a sports-related internship as they will be working on a team that handles sports clients. Interns are not paid, but credit is available in accordance to college/university policy. Experience: To gain practical knowledge of the PR world, interns will be given the opportunity to complete various tasks in and out of the office. This includes writing and sending press releases and media advisories to various local media, and posting events on online social calendars. Oftentimes, interns will update various databases and make follow-up calls with the media for our various sports and consumer related clients. Interns will enjoy brainstorming and executing promotional ideas. There will be many opportunities to work on-site at events . Because interns are an integral part of the team, with hard work and meticulous preparation, creative ideas will always be considered and even implemented. Qualifications: We are looking for applicants with the following characteristics:  Junior or senior level in college with an expected degree in related fields (marketing, public relations, advertising).  Familiar with Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Outlook, and Microsoft Explorer. Available to work 3-4 days a week (8 hour days), with occasional odd hours for night and weekend events. Exceptional grasp of verbal and written language, in addition to a confident, proactive, responsible and independent work ethic. Creative, motivated, and genuinely enthusiastic personalities with a strong desire to work in the sports and consumer divisions. Location: 106 Union Wharf, Boston , MA 02109  walking distance from MBTA stops Government Center (Green/Blue Line), Haymarket (Green/Orange Line), Aquarium (Blue Line), South Station (Red Line).

COMMUNICATIONS/PUBLIC RELATIONS INTERNSHIP The intern will be primarily responsible for the implementation of year-long activities for the celebration of the 75th Anniversary of the Connecticut Section PGA, to include a Media Day Celebration, compilation of a timeline and the history of the Connecticut Section for publication, website production and updating, contact with local media and dignitaries.  Experience: applicants should be confident, have strong interpersonal skills, excellent communications skills, both written and verbal, and media and/or public relations experience.  Must be well organized, punctual, energetic, innovative, and a "self-starter".  Strong computer experience (MS Word and Excel), have knowledge of website management, and must be able to understand and work with financial budget plans.  Salary: $10.75/hour also, work related travel expenses are reimbursed at $.485 per mile.  Seasonal (approximately 10 hours a week for 22 weeks).  Program runs from Jan. 16, 2008-May 30, 2008 (somewhat flexible).  Send resumes no later than December 28th.

SUMMER INTERNSHIP WITH CAMP SEWATARO a family owned traditional day camp serving 600 boys and girls ages 4-13 years old.  Camp is located just 20 miles west of Boston.  Second only to student teaching, the Sewataro Internship gives you the hands-on training and experience you need to become a more confident and self-assured classroom leader.  Daily interaction with over 30 experienced Massachusetts Certified Educators.  Techniques that will enhance their skills in problem solving, conflict resolution, time and organizational management, and group dynamics.  Students who are hired as Interns can earn between $3200 and $4600 depending on years of experience and years of school completed.  The amount of summer credits you can receive is determined by your sponsoring faculty member.  (Most interns receive 3 summer credits).  Contact:  Camp Sewataro.

INTERNSHIPS WITH THE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, BOSTON opportunities available in a broad range of disciplines including curatorial, development, public relations, publications, intellectual property, museum learning, retail operations, and human resources.  To apply for an internship, the following information is required:  email preferred, with all attachments in Microsoft Word format.  Applications may be emailed directly to Herbert Jones in the Office of Volunteer and Community Programs hjones@mfa.org.  Send cover letter, resume, and one recommendation.  In the subject line of the email, include your full name, the title of the internship for which you are apply, and season of the internship for which you are applying.  If  mailing,

PART TIME JOBS

YOUTH TUTOR & MENTOR – INTERMOUNTAIN AMERICORPS  Join us in tutoring and mentoring the children and teens of North Central Washington State. This is a great opportunity for those interested in gaining experience in the fields of education, program development, community development, ESL or social services. Intermountain AmeriCorps is a part of a national service movement striving to rebuild communities while broadening educational and life skills opportunities for citizens. Intermountain AmeriCorps operates 3 different projects: the Service and Education Team, Reading Corps, and VISTA. Each project has its own special focus, but all work together to seek creative ways to improve student learning and help communities meet the needs of students and families. Position Description: September 1, 2008 through July 15, 2009; 45 different full time AmeriCorps positions at K-12 schools, alternative high schools, preschools, and community agencies such as the YWCA, Domestic and Sexual Violence Crisis Center, Literacy Council, and homeless shelters. Choose from the following focuses: Tutor elementary school students in reading and ESL skills; recruit volunteers and organize literacy activities for youth; tutor and mentor youth and adults in general academic areas; develop programs and after-school activities. All majors are encouraged to apply. Education award of $4,725; $925 per month living allowance; loan forbearance on federal student loans; health care; childcare assistance and relocation allowance (if eligible).; flexibility; desire to work with youth in a rural environment. Deadline: August 15, 2008. Contact Anwen Cartwright, Recruitment Coordinator at 509-662-6156 x251 or email anwenc@intermountainac.com.  Apply online at  www.intermountainac.com.

ASSISTANT COACH – WOMEN’S BASKETBALL  Part time. Responsibilities include assisting the head coach of the varsity team, conducting practices and games, transporting the team to competitions, and working with the admissions office in the recruitment of student athletes. Required: Bachelor's degree; CPR certification; successful coaching experience, preferably at the high school or collegiate level; knowledge of NCAA Division III rules and policies; MA driver's license and clean driving record; CORI investigation; must complete safe driving course; ability to communicate with a variety of constituents. Send resume, cover letter, salary requirements and list of 3 references to HR Department, Bay Path College, 588 Longmeadow Street, Longmeadow MA 01106 or email hr@baypath.edu.

ATHLETIC TRAINER  Cathedral High School, Springfield MA. Contact James Angelos, Athletic Director at 413-782-5285.

GRAPHIC DESIGNER  Springfield MA. Fred Astaire Dance Studio's corporate office seeking part time Graphic Designer (possible full time opportunity) for various design and web based projects. Required: Graphic Design degree; knowledge of PhotoShop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver and Microsoft Office. Minimum 1 year experience preferred. Email resume to ilovkin@fredastaire.com  or fax to 413-565-2298.

ACADEMIC PROGRAM COORDINATOR III  50% time position with full benefits to act as Administrative Coordinator to support the mission, research and administration of an NIH Program Project Administrative Core by providing fiscal management for a complex group of researchers at 3 sites (UMass Amherst; Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville FL and Loyola University in Chicago) and to coordinate and facilitate the intellectual interactions that are key to the success of this program. This is an NIH funded program and the job will entail budget management, organization of meetings among members of the program on a twice monthly basis, organization of travel for members of the program, maintenance of records and writing reports for NIH on a yearly basis. Reappointment beyond 5/31/11 will be contingent upon funding.  Required: Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts or Sciences; 3-5 years related experience; outstanding organizational skills; strong computer skills including PowerPoint and graphics programs; strong writing skills; ability to manage budgets. Experience with UMass accounting system and/or OGCA preferred. Salary: $17,700 to $20,150 (50% time). Deadline: December 15, 2007. Submit cover letter, resume and 3 letters of recommendation to the Employment Office, Room 167 Whitmore, University of Massachusetts, Amherst MA 01003.

GRAPHIC ARTIST  Full or part time position for experienced Graphic Artist with experience in 4 color process printing. Fax resume to 413-214-6046 or mail to W.S. Sign Design Corp., 1434 Memorial Avenue, West Springfield MA 01089.

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST – INPATIENT PSYCHIATRY  Part time, days. Submit resume to Wing Memorial Hospital, Human Resources, 40 Wright Street, Palmer MA 01069; fax 413-284-5193; email: JobsAtWing@ummhc.org.

DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR  Part time - 25 hours. Jewish Geriatric Services, Inc., located in Longmeadow, MA, seeks a self-motivated individual to join our dedicated team. The Development Coordinator is responsible for coordinating all aspects of special events and the JGS annual membership appeal. The qualified candidate will possess a Bachelors Degree, a demonstrated track record managing special events and raising funds for a nonprofit organization, and excellent communication, interpersonal, time/project management, and organizational skills. Proficiency in MS Office and experience with Raiser's Edge or other fundraising software also required. This is a part time non-exempt position offering an excellent compensation package, including 2 weeks vacation, company-funded 401K, 70% employer-paid health and dental premiums, tuition reimbursement, and optional participation in a FSA. Please send resume to: Human Resources, Jewish Geriatric Services, 770 Converse Street, Longmeadow, MA 01106 Fax: (413) 567-4425 E-mail: kjohnson@jewishgeriatric.orgwww.jewishgeriatric.org

TELLER POSITIONS  Part time and float positions available.  Freedom Credit Union seeks a part-time teller for their Chicopee Branch and a small pool of float tellers to service our five branch system. Successful candidates will enjoy working with the public, have excellent customer service/communication skills and be comfortable in cross-selling our products to our membership. Competitive hourly rate. Qualified individuals may submit letter of application (indicating part-time or float preference) and resume to: Julia M. Beaudoin, Director of Human Resources P.O. Box 3009, Springfield, MA 01101-3009 

MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELORS to provide classroom support. Opportunity to provide quality treatment services to children, families, and adults as a part of a growing team! Both clinic-based and outreach, full and part-time positions available, with the possibility of blending job duties and programs. Experienced Bachelor's level Mental Health Counselors needed to provide student support in Alternative public school classrooms. Experience in residential or psychiatric settings preferred.  Hiring bonus available for all positions.  Competitive salaries and excellent benefits package.  Please send resume to: Susan Hearn, c/o Child Guidance Clinic, 110 Maple St., Springfield, MA 01105  e-mail to: Susan.Hearn@bhninc.org   Please specify program and position applying for.

OUTREACH WORKER  For Community Support Program.  Duties include intensive case management, in home visitation, behavior coaching, crisis planning and intervention, assisting with obtaining benefits, housing, and health care, and fostering community linkages with a multicultural and / or bilingual population. Previous experience working with at-risk youth or in residential settings is helpful. Hours are Monday - Friday, with several evenings. Bilingual/bicultural candidates are encouraged to reply. Must have reliable transportation.  Hiring bonus available for all positions. Competitive salaries and excellent benefits package.  Please send resume to: Susan Hearn, c/o Child Guidance Clinic, 110 Maple St., Springfield, MA 01105    e-mail to: Susan.Hearn@bhninc.org  Please specify program and position applying for.

SPEECH & LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST (Social Work and Psychology).  Child Guidance Clinic Early Intervention.  Join a dynamic and skilled multidisciplinary team in a home and community based program for children, ages birth to 3 years and their families. Weekly individual supervision and case consultation in supportive group format. If you want to make an impact in the lives of young children with Developmental Delays, Autism, or who are at risk for delays, join us! Must have your own transportation.  Hiring bonus available for all positions. Please send resume to: Susan Hearn, c/o Child Guidance Clinic, 110 Maple St., Springfield, MA 01105   e-mail to: Susan.Hearn@bhninc.org   Please specify program and position applying for.

GRAPHIC ARTIST  Sign design company seeks experienced Graphic Artist with experience in 4 Color Process Printing. Full or part time hours. Fax resume to: 413-214-6046 or mail to W.S. Sign Design Corp, 1434 Memorial Ave, West Springfield, MA 01089

EMT/ PARAMEDICS  Intermediates and Basics. National Ambulance hiring for full or part time positions in the Springfield MA area. Call 413-736-0092 x204.

CHILDCARE  I am looking for an occasional babysitter for my 4 year old daughter. We live in Ludlow and would prefer an ECE major or someone with babysitting experience and their own transportation. Call Jenn at 589-1992 if interested. The pay range is around $7/hr.






 

WEEK ENDING DECEMBER 7, 2007

INTERNSHIPS

CAMPUS MARKETING REPRESENTATIVE  Fitness focused internet company is looking for a campus based intern to be the company’s campus marketing representative. Ideal applicant will have strong computer and communication skills, active involvement in campus events and groups, as well as an intimate knowledge of MySpace and Facebook. MySpace page design knowledge is a plus; as is ability to market through social networking avenues. Sales experience is preferred. An interest in health and fitness is also a requirement. Applicant will be responsible for giving company presentations at campus and community events, interacting with corporate headquarters, and strategizing to increase market share in Massachusetts. Work part time and gain entrepreneurial experience that any future employer will find attractive.  Market the site to fitness professionals in your area and gain valuable sales experience as well. Occasional meetings with corporate management will also be required. Applicant will work from campus and not have to come into an office.  Marketing will be centered on the campus and surrounding area. This is an unpaid internship. 

COMMUNITY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT INFO INTERNSHIP to put together community emergency management plans.  Other projects may be forthcoming.  This is an unpaid position but will offer any number of credits needed by the student.  There is no application deadline.  All resumes can be sent to email address or faxed.  Days and hours can be negotiated.  For additional information contact: Bonnie Roy, Regional Planner, MEMA Region III, (Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency), Phone: (413) 821-1506   email: bonnie.roy@state.ma.us 

INTERNSHIPS WITH U.S. DEPT. OF THE INTERIOR  Biological Internships and Interpretive Internships offered.  These internships are being offered at the Eastern Massachusetts National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury, MA;

CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS INTERN   ISO New England, based in Holyoke, MA, is an independent, not-for-profit corporation helping to promote the health of New England's economy and protect the well-being of its people by ensuring the constant availability of electricity.  Intern will assist staff in the Corporate Communications and External Affairs groups with corporate communications and external affairs tasks.  Intern will gain an understanding of a busy and productive department that is required to be the liaison with the ISO's internal audiences, primarily employees, and external constituents including media, government representatives and other industry stakeholders.  Responsibilities: industry and ISO research; fact checking, formatting presentations and other documents; drafting and newsletter articles; summarizing legislation; update contact lists.  Requirements: pursuing an undergrad degree in English, Communications, Journalism, Political Science, or History; strong writing and research skills; enjoy working in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment; writing sample necessary. 

Part Time Jobs

ENVIRONMENTAL/ OUTDOOR EDUCATOR  Nature's Classroom is a residential environmental education program dedicated to community awareness, motivational learning and conservation of natural resources. Our program brings children, usually in grades 4-8, along with their school teachers, to any of 14 different centers in the Northeast. Responsibilities: Group leader and teacher in the 5-day residential program; develop and present classes in a variety of academic areas; special projects and light maintenance of the facility; evening activities and meal-time duties. Opportunity to teach in an informal setting at a 1 to 12 ratio. Required: Bachelor's degree; strong commitment to children and learning; teaching experience (certification not required); energetic, dedicated and willingness to become involved in all aspects of the program. Preferred: Science/ Math background; experience working with children; special skills (music, singing, storytelling, group dynamics). Compensation: $260 to $380 per week based on education and experience; room and board 7 days a week included. Opportunity to open your own site in association with Nature's Classroom. Nature's Classroom operates throughout the school year. We are currently hiring for environmental education positions for our Fall 2007 season, beginning in September and ending in December or June of 2008.

RECREATION SUPERVISOR  Part time. Required: Experience working with youth and adults in a community setting; ability to develop rapport with youth; knowledge of conflict resolution and/or mediation. Preferred: Bachelor’s degree and/or related work experience in sports and recreation. Submit resume to Rashad A. Collins, Program Director, The South End Community Center, 29 Howard Street, Springfield MA 01105; fax 413-737-0635; email: rcollinssecc@verizon.net

ASSISTANT COACH WOMEN’S BASKETBALL  Part time. Assist the head coach of the varsity team; conduct practices and games; transport teams to competitions; work with the admissions office in the recruitment of student-athletes. Required: Bachelor’s degree; CPR certification; successful coaching experience, preferably at the high school or collegiate level; knowledge of NCAA Division III rules and policies; MA driver’s license and clean driving record; CORI investigation; ability to communicate with a variety of constituents; must complete safe driving course. Send resume and cover letter outlining salary requirements to Human Resource Office, Bay Path College, 588 Longmeadow Street, Longmeadow MA 01106; phone 413-565-1000; fax 413-565-1171; email hr@baypath.edu

RESIDENT SERVICES COORDINATOR  Approximately 24 hours per week for administration of resident social service programs. Required: Degree and 4 years experience in resident services, counseling or related area. Send resume with salary history to S. Bertrand, Enfield Housing Authority, 17 Enfield Terrace, Enfield CT 06082.

SOCIAL CONTACT COORDINATOR .5 FTE for the Adoption Journey's team at our Northampton MA office. Coordinate and promote social, cultural and educational opportunities for adoptive families; outreach, program promotion and referral to the community and professionals; facilitate support/ activity groups for adopted children and families; serve as backup for clinical team. Some evening and weekend hours. Required: Strong clinical and writing skills; experience with children and families; computer competency with a Mac; flexible schedule. Bilingual/ bicultural a plus. Send cover letter and resume to Paula McDermott, Berkshire Children and Families, 480 West Street, Pittsfield MA 01201 or email: pmcdermott@bcfcma.org

7TH/ 8TH HUMANITIES AND/OR LATIN TEACHER  2008-2009; part time. Academy Hill is an independent K-8 day school catering to academically talented students. For the 2008-2009 academic year, we will need new faculty to teach one section of 7th/8th English, one section of 7th/8th Social Studies, one section of 7th Latin, and one section of 8th Latin. The exact formulation and workload is negotiable. Ideally, we will hire one person to teach all 4 classes. Send letter of interest and resume to: Jake Giessman, Head of School, Academy Hill, 1190 Liberty Street, Springfield, MA 01104.

GOODWILL INDUSTRIES
ESL Instructor - Springfield. 
Responsible for the implementation of educational and vocational training services.  These services will be provided in classrooms and at  job sites that are both facility and community based.  The instruction will be designed to meet the individual consumers needs and may be delivered using a variety of methods and techniques.  Requirements: experience in curriculum development in an educational or training environment.  Experience teaching adults learners.  High energy, excellent communication, ability to interpret testing and follow individual education plans.  Bi-lingual (Spanish/English) preferred.  10 hours/week. 
Life Enrichment Specialist and Substitute Life Enrichment Specialist - East Hartford, CT.  1 sub position working 10+ hours weekly, 1 per diem position, and 1 full time 37.5 hour position available.  Provide personal care and support for adults with developmental disabilities in a social/recreational program.  Must have strong communication skills, a commitment to diversity and individual choice, as well as a strong work ethic.  Minimum of 6 months to 1 years experience in related field.  Prefer Associate Degree but will consider relevant work experience. 
Submit cover letter and resume to:  Emily Bastia, Employee Relations Specialist, Goodwill Industries, Inc., 285 Dorset Street, Springfield, MA 01108.  Fax: (413) 784-0455   email: ebastia@goodwill-spfld-htfrd.org 

CHILDCARE  working in the Enfield, CT area for two well-behaved boys, 2 years old and a 9 month old beginning in January.  Mother works from home and basically needs someone on hand to ensure limited interruptions.  Hours are weekdays from 1-5pm, but can be somewhat flexible depending on your schedule.  $10/hour.  Call Melanie at (860) 808-6525. 

HEALTH & WELLNESS/EDUCATION  with Fit kids After School Program Mon.-Thurs. 4:00-5:30 pm, 12/07-6/08. Group Exercise Instructors Y-Cycling (Spinning); Group Exercise; Step Aerobics, Hi/Low, Active Older Adults (geared for seniors), Yoga, & Pilates. Youth Basketball League (YBL) Coach/Coordinator PT 12-15 hr/wk in season. The league runs January through April and the candidate must be available on Saturdays. See our WEB page for more details www.springfieldy.org  Send resumes or apply at YMCA of Greater Springfield ,275 Chestnut St., Springfield, MA.  

ASSISTANT COACH WOMEN'S BASKETBALL  Part-time Bay Path College is seeking applications for the part-time position of Assistant Coach of Women's Basketball. Responsibilities include: assisting the head coach of the varsity team, conducting practices and games, transporting the team to competitions, and working with the admissions office in the recruitment of student athletes. Qualifications include: a Bachelor's degree, CPR certification, successful coaching experience preferably at the high school or collegiate level, knowledge of NCAA Division III rules and policies, a valid MA driver's license, clean driving record, submit to and pass CORI investigation and complete safe driving course and the ability to communicate with a variety of constituents. To apply, send a resume and cover letter outlining salary requirements, together with the names and contact information of three references to: HR Department, Bay Path College, 588 Longmeadow Street, Longmeadow, MA 01106 or email hr@baypath.edu

PHYSICAL THERAPISTS  Part-time and per diem positions available. For further position descriptions and to apply, please visit the "Employment" section of www.cooley-dickinson.org 

AUTISTIC CHILD NEEDS PERSONAL CARE ASSISTANT must be a responsible and hard working individual to provide services as a Personal Care Assistant to a four year old boy with Autism.  All necessary training is provided.  Hourly rate is $10.84/hour.  Contact Sharon at (413) 736-0407. 

EDUCATION Old Mill Pond Elementary School Kindergarten Generalist part-time.  Elementary certification-PreK-Grade 2; experience preferred.
Application Deadline: Open until filled. Please submit letter of interest, resume, three letters of reference, copies of transcripts and MA licensure to: Dr. Gerald Fournier, Superintendent Palmer Public Schools 24 Converse Street palmer, MA 01069-1770

NUTRITION PROGRAM CONSULTANT  part time, 20 hours/week.  Non-profit organization seeks Nutrition Consultant for conducting nutrition workshops, creating nutrition materials and nutrition analysis. Must have an RD and a background in nutrition, health or community education as well as nutrition consultant experience. This 20 hour per week position starts at $22.00/hour. For consideration email your resume to Christine Dutton, christined@foodbankwma.org  Applications will be immediately considered for interviews. Complete job description and requirements at: www.foodbankwma.org.  The Food Bank is an equal opportunity provider. To file a complaint of discrimination write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, Washington, DC 20250-9410

MUSIC TEACHER  needed for part-time position. Person must be able to work with students Pre-K through grade 8 and provide music at Masses, season concerts, etc.  Please send resume to: St. Mary's Academy, 56 Hopkins Place, Longmeadow, MA 01106  Fax: 413-567-7695. Email: mjdumas68@comcast.net

OUTREACH MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELORS  needed full and part time for an innovative program serving individuals with mental illnesses, substance addictions, and or PTSD and BPD. Position will include providing support, ADL skills, and transportation to other supports and services. Qualifications: Experience with the population, BA strongly preferred, proven extremely reliable, valid license, reliable transportation, able to work some weekends and evening hours.  Bilingual encouraged to apply. Competitive hourly pay plus excellent benefits. Please send resume and position applied for by 12/14/07 to Julie Schwager, Community Support Program, 494 Appleton St., Holyoke, MA 01040 or Fax (413) 534-9044.

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WEEK ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 2007

INTERNSHIPS

NH OBAMA FOR AMERICA WINTER INTERNSHIP
This internship will take place in the most exciting part of the campaign, the final weeks! Applicant requirements: must commit to 1 week in NH and work full time. Willingness to move anywhere in NH. Effective and cooperative team player willing to participate both in challenging projects and day-to-day voter contact. Eager to work in a constantly changing, fast paced, and demanding work environment. Previous campaign or political experience is a plus though not necessary. Committed to the goals and mission of Obama for America. Good sense of humor. All internships are unpaid. Interns will be placed around the state. Housing is the responsibility of the applicant. If you are unable to find housing, the campaign may be able to assist in finding you placement.

JANUARY 2008 OPENING CLASSROOM INTERNSHIP (Paid) Starting January/February 2008 The Learning Project Elementary School in Boston’s Back Bay is accepting applications for a vacancy in our paid Teacher Training Internship Program (TTIP) starting in January or February of 2008. Now in its 12th year, this program provides a rich opportunity for seven beginning teachers to train directly with experienced mentor teachers and to develop their own teaching skills by working daily in the classroom. Interns, who have two different classroom placements over the course of the year, are considered an integral part of the classroom team and of the school and are given significant, independent responsibility. They also meet weekly in seminar with the Coordinator of Interns to learn about teaching techniques and to discuss their own experiences. In recent years, many Interns have entered the Program directly after college and with an interest in exploring teaching as a career. Others have come after several years in different professions. Still others have joined while doing work on an M.Ed. degree, and many have used their placement to meet student teaching requirements. . Compensation: Interns receive a medical benefit (90%) plus an $18,000 yearly stipend, paid monthly from September to June. A second year in the program—as an Associate Teacher—is available by invitation for those who qualify. The stipend for the second year is $22,000. To apply candidates should send by post, e-mail or fax: • A cover letter introducing themselves and describing their interest in the program • A current resume • A writing sample on any topic of 3-7 pages in length • Two or more letters of recommendation • An official transcript Qualified candidates will be notified by the school to arrange a mutually convenient visit and interview. Applications from candidates interested in the program beginning in the fall of 2008 are also welcomed. Open House dates will be posted on our website.

SUMMER 2008 TEACHING INTERNSHIP
June 25, 2008 through August 2, 2008. Assist two different senior teachers in two courses; live in a dorm and serve as a house advisor to 8 to 10 advisees; coach in the afternoon athletic program (an hour a day, two days per week); chaperone at least four student activity trips (generally 2 middle school and 2 high school trips). Qualifications: must have completed at least your third year of college by summer, 2008. Should have a strong interest in exploring teaching as a potential career, whether in public or private education. Having education as your major in college is not a requirement. Application requirements: submit our 2 page, 2008 Teaching Intern application, including personal and education information, and required responses. Submit a current resume, submit any and all transcripts, including transfers from another college, summer coursework, grad school, and/or term abroad transcripts; submit two letters of recommendation from college professors who can evaluate your academic work and who can assess your potential as a teacher. Compensation: $2,900 for those completing their third year, $3,000 for graduates. Room and board is provided. Application deadline is January 12, 2008.

QUANTITATIVE ANALYTICS INTERNSHIP Hartford Life, Simsbury, CT. As a global leader in insurance, asset management, and financial service products, we offer professionals every possibility for growth. We are looking for: Good SAS skills – Basic, Enterprise Guide or Enterprise Miner; Regression modeling experience (class and/or project): GLM, logistic, decision tree; Data mining experience (class and/or project); Prefer majors in economics, statistics, mathematics or the sciences with a minor in business; Knowledge of variable annuities a plus. The responsibilities of this position: Exploratory data analysis working with large datasets (millions of records); Predictive modeling (e.g. customers most likely to liquidate their variable annuity contracts, brokers most likely to stop selling Hartford contracts, identification of fraudulent claims, etc.); Customer, broker and book of business profiles; Data preparation. This position resides in our Simsbury, CT office.Hartford Life is widely considered a company that is "on the move". If you are a self-starter, have an entrepreneurial spirit, energy, and a positive attitude, this position is for you. This position requires a 40-hour per week commitment and is a paid opportunity.

NOVA MARKETING & PROMOTIONS Promotional events company designed to meet the needs of charitable and nonprofit organizations. Working alongside Jimmy Ryce Bloodhound Network, Toys for Tots, and Child Protection Education of America, we help to create community awareness and action to meet the needs and demands of our clients. Nova’s marketing teams set up events throughout the Greater Boston area to promote our clients’ services, concepts and products. Current openings include: Paid internship opportunities available.

INTERNSHIPS WITH MA COMMISSION AGAINST DISCRIMINATION The Springfield office of the MCAD is looking for Springfield College interns to work in our investigative unit! We are hoping to re-establish our internship program with your college due to the success we have had with your students in the past. Below please find relevant information as requested on your website: This would be an on-going unpaid internship, available beginning in the Spring, 2008 semester. Presently, we do not have applications, however, we do schedule interviews and accept resumes for consideration of the position. We require that some forms are completed by the intern. We also provide evaluations at the end of internships. The MCAD is a state law enforcement agency that enforces the anti-discrimination laws in employment, places of public accommodation, housing, and education. Interns assist with conducting intake, drafting complaints, and investigating charges of discrimination. Interns will answer public inquiries, determine jurisdictional issues, draft charges of unlawful discrimination, assist with investigating cases of unlawful discrimination, attend hearings, understand how a governmental agency operates, learn what constitutes unlawful discrimination and how to prove discrimination, and what it is like to work in a legal environment. Good oral and written communications are preferred. Interns must be reliable and responsible, preferably with a minimum G.P.A. of 3.0.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION INTERN TEACHER with Glenbrook Middle School in Longmeadow, MA. This internship will be for the spring semester. Contact: Michael Sullivan msullivan@longmeadow.k12.ma.us

WORKSITE HEALTH, FITNESS, WELLNESS AND RECREATION INTERNSHIPS exciting opportunities for students wishing to complete their University internship requirement at a Corporate, Community or Hospital based facility. An internship with Health Fitness will provide individuals with exposure and/or experience in most or all of the following areas: facility supervision; program administration; fitness testing; exercise prescription; blood pressure screening; group exercise class instruction; health enhancement programming; facility maintenance; wellness and fitness motivational programming; ergonomics; personal training; health promotion programming; participant record keeping; data analysis; special projects and promotions as assigned by the intern supervisor. Hours are flexible and based on class schedule and course load. Internships run from 12-15 weeks/40 hours per week. Qualifications: junior or senior level student in good academic standing working towards a bachelors or masters in physical education, exercise physiology, kinesiology, recreation, health education, health promotion or related field; certificate in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and first aid is mandatory; communication skills to instruct and interact effectively with a diverse group of individuals. Health Fitness delivers fitness and health management services at more than 400 client sites across the U.S. and Canada.

MARKETING, ADVERTISING, COMMUNICATIONS INTERNSHIPS The Nedma Foundation is offering students the opportunity to apply for the 2008 Direct Marketing Scholarship. The program is designed for a marketing, advertising, or communications student who will have completed his or her sophomore or junior year by June 2008 and who is seriously interested in a career in direct marketing. This opportunity consists of four parts: An award of $3,000 to be applied to college tuition. Attendance at a Nationally Sponsored Seminar on the basics of direct marketing. The seminar given during the summer of 2008, is a stimulating blend of theory and hands-on direct marketing experience. A paid internship. The winner will explore career options during the 2008 summer in a New England firm that represents a segment of the direct marketing industry: agency, client, printer, mail house, list broker, cataloger, etc. This will be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for a student to take an active role in a direct marketing company. Attendance at the NEDMA Conference in May 2008. This is a chance to learn from industry professionals and network with key industry leaders.

INTERNSHIPS WITH THE PARTNERSHIP FOR PUBLIC SERVICE Federal government internships available. . Caroline Blair Pettit, Program Associate for Special Outreach Initiatives, Partnership for Public Service.

PART TIME JOBS

ALGEBRA & GEOMETRY TEACHER Part time mornings. Send resume to St. Mary's School, 27 Bartlett Street, Westfield MA 01085 or email ktjaszek@yahoo.com

COMMUNITY ORGANIZER/PROJECT COORDINATOR for The Food bank - Target Hunger North Berkshire. Temporary position. Position responsible for coordination of the Target Hunger partnership in the seven towns of northern Berkshire County (Adams, Cheshire, Clarksburg, Florida, North Adams, Savoy, and Williamstown). The Target Hunger program works in collaboration with community organizations on diverse hunger reduction and food security strategies. This is a temp position at 20 hours per week. Requires excellent meeting facilitation skills, excellent skills in community organizing and/or building multi-sector community collaborations, and/or event organizing, and/or project management. Experience developing position relationships with the social and public sectors in the northern Berkshire community preferred. Familiarity with rural poverty/food security and sustainable agriculture issues a plus. Email resume to Christine Dutton at Christined@foodbankwma.org. Interviews will begin immediately. Search will continue until position is filled. Full positing at our website: www.foodbankwma.org. Full orientation to position provided. Pay rate is $17/hour.

ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATOR The Trustees of Reservations seeks a part time Education Coordinator to engage youth and adults in learning about the natural world of Holyoke. Required: Bachelor’s degree; relevant experience; excellent computer and organizational skills. English and Spanish a plus. Send cover letter and resume to Ed. Coordinator Search, TTOR, 193 High Street, Holyoke MA 01040; email pvregion@ttor.org. Job description at www.thetrustees.org.

PERSONAL TRAINERS Full and part time for opening, closing and weekend shifts. Degree or certification required. Apply at Fitness First, Feeding Hills MA, or fax resume to 413-786-3644.

ADAPTED PHYSICAL EDUCATION ASSISTANT 10 hours per week. Elementary, Middle and High School level. Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education and experience preferred. Complete job posting available at www.longmeadow.k12.ma.us. Apply to Susan Bertrand-Grant, Pupil Services Director, Longmeadow Public Schools, 127 Grassy Gutter Road, Longmeadow, MA 01106.

RESIDENTIAL COUNSELORS Northeast Center for Youth & Families is a leading provider of community based residential treatment programs, serving boys and girls ages 6-20 in small, gender/ age specific treatment centers in the community. Openings for entry-level staff who have or are working toward their Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in any field. MA driver's license with approved driving record, CORI, and DSS checks required. NCYF provides orientation, training and individual supervision and is committed to your growth and development and to making a difference in clients’ troubled lives. Schedules include evening and weekend hours. Residential Counselors schedules also include evening and weekend hours; second shift available in our Northampton and Springfield residences. Send cover letter and resume to Northeast Center for Youth & Families, Inc., RC Search, 203 East Street, Easthampton MA 01027; email hr06@ncyf.org

PHYSICAL THERAPIST Orthopedic Associates of Northern Connecticut. Full or part time for busy orthopedic office in Enfield. Great location and salary. Fax resume to 860-763-5221.

EARLY INTERVENTION Holyoke or Springfield MA. Full time, part time or FFS positions for OT, PT, SLP. Refer to Job Code SR1107. Contact: MSPCC, 99 Summer Street, Boston MA 02110; fax 617-587-1586; email: recruitment@mspcc.org; website: www.mspcc.org

COUNSELOR/ TRAINING SPECIALIST – OLDER WORKERS IN EDUCATION PROJECT 20 hours per week, December 1, 2007 to April 30, 2009. Provide career development and guidance to workers interested in advancing in the education services sector. Specialist will lead design and delivery of career development series and Career Pathways Fair. Required: Associate’s degree or higher; background and experience in career development and counseling; familiarity with adult learners; demonstrated communication/ presentation skills; basic computer skills; reliable transportation. Schedule to be negotiated. $18.77 per hour plus benefits. Deadline: November 26, 2007. Send cover letter and resume to Franklin Hampshire Regional Employment Board, One Arch Place, Greenfield MA 01301.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHER Young World has an immediate part time position available for a Physical Education Teacher in the Worcester MA area. Grades 5-8. Email resume to youngworld@verizon.net.

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST Part time days. Apply to Human Resources, Wing Memorial Hospital and Medical Centers, 40 Wright Street, Palmer MA 01069; fax 413-284-5193; email: JobsAtWing@ummhc.org

EMT/ PARAMEDICS – INTERMEDIATES & BASICS National Ambulance is hiring for full and part time positions in the Springfield MA area. Call 413-736-0092 x204.

PHYSICAL & OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS/ SLP Full or part time, flexible hours and days. Experience in LTC a plus. Contact Vanessa Fischer-Mackey, OTR, Manager/ Rehab, Governor's Center, 66 Broad Street, Westfield MA 01085; phone 413-562-5464; email:
Vanessa.fischer-mackey@peoplefirstrehab.com

PHYSICAL & OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS HealthSouth, a 53 bed inpatient rehab hospital, has openings for Occupational Therapists and COTAs (full time days, part time days, and per diem weekends) and Physical Therapists (full time days and per diem weekends). Competitive wages and benefits; extensive orientation programs; sign-on bonus available. New OT and PT graduates encouraged to apply. Submit resume to HealthSouth, Human Resources, 14 Chestnut Place, Ludlow, MA 01056 Fax: (413) 547-2738.

EARLY CHILDHOOD AIDE Do you enjoy children and get excited over smiles and seeing young children explore new ventures? The Yeshiva Academy in Longmeadow is looking for a person who can help nurture our Toddlers 15 months – 2.9 years in a fun learning environment. Hours: 8:15 – ll:45, Days: Tuesday & Thursday’s. Rate of pay ranges from $8.00 – $l0.00 (depending on experience). Respond to: Linda Lastowski, Early Childhood Director, LYA, Yeshiva Academy, 1148 Converse Street, Longmeadow, MA 0ll06 E-mail: Linda.lya@comcast.net Phone: 413-567-8665 Fax: 413-567-2233.

WEEK ENDING NOVEMBER 16, 2007

INTERNSHIPS

AUTHOR MARKETING ASSISTANT INTERNSHIP
DreamTime Publishing is seeking an Author Marketing Assistant intern in your area to aid in branding and marketing their books. If you are optimistic, hardworking, detail-oriented, a self-starter and understand the holistic health philosophy consider working with us! This position has a flexible schedule, but will require 10-20 hours a week, working directly with one of our authors and meeting via telephone once a week with the Marketing Director in addition to emails, so great communication skills are a must! Feel free to check out our website www.dreamtimepublishing.com before applying as we want to make sure we are a good fit for you too. Intern Responsibilities will be: Market the books in your area to bookstores, specialty stores, associations/other non-traditional markets. Help establish the DT brand in your area; press releases to local media announcing books, contexts, etc. Attend book signings. Organize clinics on book subject matter. Meet set goals specified by DreamTime Publishing. Qualifications: Presents solid evidence of being mind, body, spirit oriented/shares the philosophies and mission of DreamTime Publishing, optimistic, hard-working, enthusiastic, detail-oriented, has ability to work independently/self-starter, will ask questions – knows what he/she knows, knows what he/she doesn’t know. Please send your resume and cover letter to:

HUMAN RESOURCES INTERNSHIP
with Baystate Health Office of Worklife Strategies. Intern will assist with planning and participating in a variety of WorkLife events to be held in the Spring of 2008. Some events include: Life Long Learning College Fair, Bring Your child To Work Day, Spring Employee Discount Vendor Fair, and a variety of Employee Wellness related events. Interns will also work on newsletters, assist with employee wellness programs, provide support to the Employee Marketplace program and design flyers for various Worklife events. Requirements: interest in Health Promotions, Human Resources, Benefits, and Event Planning & Promotion; contribute to a teamwork environment; strong interpersonal and organizational skills; demonstrated knowledge of MS Office to include Word, Access, Excel, and PowerPoint (recommended).

PHYSICAL EDUCATION & ATHLETIC TRAINING INTERNS 2 one-year paid intern positions in Physical Education and Athletic Training. Interns spend 1 year at Exeter and receive experience in all aspects of boarding school life. Interns in Physical Education will serve as an assistant coach in interscholastic sports and also teach in the physical education program. Interns in Athletic Training work with 2 full time trainers and assist in treating injured and rehabilitating athletes. Contact Ron Kim, Associate Dean of Faculty, Phillips Exeter Academy,

MARKETING & PROMOTIONS INTERNSHIPS with Nova Marketing & Promotions, Inc. in the Boston area specializing in promotional campaigns for national non-profit organizations. Internships are paid. INTERNSHIPS WITH PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS work with a client base including leaders in their fields such as Financial Services, Energy, Entertainment, Media & Communications, Technology, and Healthcare. During the internship, you will provide financial analysis to one of our global clients, or tax advice to a privately-held company. Interns are part of a team of business advisors, serving diverse clients and developing optimal strategies for those clients. 2008 SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM students who are interested in art and museum careers and who enjoy working with children are encouraged to apply. The Cloisters, the branch museum of The Metropolitan Museum of Art devoted to the art of medieval Europe, offers eight paid internship positions for undergrad students. 9 week program where interns are responsible for conducting gallery workshops with NY City day campers and for developing a public gallery talk. The program includes intensive training sessions on The Cloisters collection and museum teaching techniques, as well as visits with museum curators, conservators, and to other art institutions in and near NY City. The summer program runs from June 10th to August 8th, 2008. Each intern will receive an honorarium of $2,750. To apply, the following materials (typed) are required for the application package: Application Form (download, print, and complete the form from our website: www.metmuseum.org/education/er_internship.asp. Extracurricular activities and interests, special honors, work or intern experience (volunteer or paid; please list dates), two academic recommendations, official academic transcripts for at least the past two years, an essay of approximately 500 words describing why you would like to participate in The Cloisters Summer Internship Program. All materials must be received by Jan. 18th, 2008.

INTERNSHIP - COMMUNICATIONS, MARKETING, JOURNALISM, MULTIMEDIA - Major media corporation seeks students to assist marketing websites and our TV show and associated websites and associated TV show. Must be comfortable in front of, and behind a camera. Make your own hours. base salary plus incentives. Qualifications: enrolled full time college student in Communications, Marketing and Journalism majors preferred; must be a responsible, outgoing, self-starter; must have a laptop; member of fraternity, sorority, or other organizations a plus.

PART TIME JOBS

ADAPTED PHYSICAL EDUCATION ASST. Elementary, Middle and High School level, 10 hrs. per week, experience preferred, complete job posting available at: www.longmeadow.k12.ma.us Apply to: Susan Bertrand-Grant, Pupil Services Director, Longmeadow Public Schools, 127 Grassy Gutter Rd, Longmeadow, MA. 01106

GYM SUPERVISORS Need reliable individuals to supervise the use of school gymnasiums by sport teams (November to March). Provides building access & security, set up & remove equipment, report vandalism/trespassers/safety issues; 10-20 hrs/wk, Saturday, Sunday & weekday eves, $8-12/hr; must pass CORI & orientation program. Applications available online at www.wilbraham-ma.gov and at Town of Wilbraham, Selectmen's Office, 240 Springfield St., Wilbraham, MA 01095. Deadline for applications 11-23-2007.

LEAD TEACHER – PRESCHOOL Part time, Monday-Friday, 12:00-5:30 pm. Seeking creative, caring, energetic individuals for our quality childcare programs. Required: Minimum of an Associate’s degree in a related field; must meet EEC qualifications. Apply in person at YMCA of Greater Springfield, 275 Chestnut Street, Suite One, Springfield MA 01104.

TODDLER/PRESCHOOL CERTIFIED TEACHER Co-teaching position from 8:00-12:00, Monday-Friday, school calendar year. Position has potential to become full time. Respond to: Linda Lastowski, Early Childhood Director, LYA, Yeshiva Academy, 1148 Converse Street, Longmeadow MA 01106; phone 413-567-8665; email: Linda.LYA@comcast.net

FAMILY SUPPORT WORKER Part time with possibility of full time. Responsible for working with active DSS families toward the goal of reunification involving supervision of visitation with parents and children; supportive counseling; and parent education. Required: Relevant experience in a related field; MA driver’s license and reliable transportation; available for late afternoons and early evenings. Preferred: Bachelor’s degree; bilingual. Send resume to The Children’s Study Home, Attn: HR, 44 Sherman Street, Springfield MA 01109 or email: cferro@studyhome.org

ENVIRONMENTAL LAB ANALYSTS Busy environmental laboratory seeking full time Metals & Wet Chemistry Analysts and part time day, weekend or evenings hours Metals, Wet Chemistry & Extraction/ Organic Analysts. Candidates with prior environmental/ laboratory experience and working knowledge of EPA methods a plus. Graduates and teachers welcome. Send resume to Con-Test Lab Analytical Laboratory, 39 Spruce Street, East Longmeadow MA 01028 or email: ConTestJobs@contestlabs.com

CITY OF SPRINGFIELD The City of Springfield MA has numerous openings that include Employee Relations Specialist, Financial Accountant, Payroll Analyst and others. For position descriptions and application instructions, visit www.springfieldcityhall.com and click on Employment Opportunities.

DATA COLLECTOR $11.20/hr 5-10hrs/wk +mileage. Visit food stores, collect market data. Must have computer experience, car, inc.daytime hours! Apply online: www.rdcapp.nielsen.com

PERSONAL TRAINERS Full & part time for opening, closing & weekend shifts. Degree or certification required. Apply at Fitness First, Feeding Hills. Fax resume: 413-786-3644.

ACCOUNTING CLERK Accounting Now is recruiting for a part time accounting clerk for a company in Enfield. Must have experience with A/P and A/R, solid computer skills. If you have at least two years experience with accounts payable and accounts receivable submit resume to ksylvia@accountingnow.com or call 739-4100. Visit our website www.accountingnow.com

CAMPUS PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICER Part-Time. Bay Path College is seeking qualified candidates to promote a safe and secure environment for students, employees, and visitors utilizing the facilities and programs of the College. Qualified individuals will be service oriented and have training and/or experience in safety, security, law enforcement and/or other relevant areas. Must be able to work overnight, holidays and weekends (approximately 16 hours per week), and have the flexibility to work overtime as required. Candidates must pass a CORI investigation and possess a valid driver's license. To apply, send a resume and cover letter outlining salary requirements to: HR Department, Bay Path College, 588 Longmeadow Street, Longmeadow, MA 01106 or email: hr@baypath.edu. Please do not send application materials utilizing both methods.

ALGEBRA & GEOMETRY TEACHER part time mornings. Send your resume to St. Mary's School, 27 Bartlett St, Westfield, MA 01085 Or email: ktjaszek@yahoo.com

CHILDREN'S CLINICIAN full or part time at an established outpatient mental health center treating children with developmental and autism spectrum disorders and their families. This position offers the opportunity to develop a specialty skill with excellent supervision, regular training programs and a supportive interdisciplinary team and the chance to work in programs and schools throughout the Springfield /Westfield area of MA. Flexible schedule and attractive benefits. Masters degree and license or license eligible required. Bilingual Spanish a plus. Send resume to Carson Center for Development, 120 Maple St, Springfield MA 01103 or randerson@carsoncenter.org.

HUMAN RESOURCES HR Generalist needed to work part time. Visit our website for more details and to submit resume: www.solutionsforstaffinginc.com.

TEACHER PRESCHOOL
Part/full-time, knowledge & experience working with young children. Must be EEC qualified. Call 413-732-7816 for interview. Acorn Learning Center & Daycare.

VIP PHYSICAL THERAPY & ORTHOPEDICS sales people wanted for Holyoke Mall site. Part or full time. Fax resume to 732-2334 or call 732-6005.

ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATOR The Trustees of Reservations seeks part-time Education Coordinator to engage youth and adults in learning about the natural world of Holyoke. Bachelor's degree, relevant experience, excellent organizational and computer skills required. English and Spanish a plus. Send cover letter and resume to: Ed. Coordinator Search, TTOR, 193 High Street, Holyoke, MA 01040 or e-mail pvregion@ttor.org. Job description at www.thetrustees.org.

BOOKKEEPER Abilities Unlimited has an opening for a part-time Fiscal Assistant. This is a 20 hrs per week, non-exempt position. Must have strong general accounting A/R, A/P, general ledgers, month end closing & preparation of monthly financial statements. Must have excellent communication, typing and organizational skills, and be able to work effectively with all levels of personnel within the agency. Must be proficient in Excel, Word & Access. Associates degree in Accounting or Finance is required or relevant accounting /bookkeeping experience can be substituted. Please submit cover letter and resume to: Human Resources, Abilities Unlimited, 754 Russell Road, P.O. Box 219, Westfield, MA. 01086. Must be postmarked on or before November 20, 2007. Additional applications may be considered until position is filled.

RESOURCE ASSISTANT Resource Assistant at the Resource Center for Jewish Education, a program of the Harold Grinspoon Foundation is seeking a part-time resource assistant to provide services for educators and Jewish schools. Duties include consulting with educators, and maintaining up-do-date resources. Knowledge of Judaism, strong communication and organizational skills, computer proficiency and ability to conduct web research required. Please send resume to: Esther Kosofsky, Director Resource Center for Jewish Education, a program of the Harold Grinspoon Foundation 594 Converse St. Longmeadow, MA 01106 or Email: RCJE@hgf.org

TELLERS Come grow with United Bank. We are looking for highly- skilled, customer-oriented people for the following employment opportunities: Full- and Part-Time Tellers (Various Locations). We offer a generous benefits package including health, dental, life, disability, and a Bank-matched 401(k). Please fill out an application at any one of our branches or send your resume to: United Bank, Human Resources Department, 95 Elm Street, West Springfield, MA 01089 or fax to (413) 787-1230 or e-mail to: lcarrasquillo@bankatunited.com United Bank www.bankatunited.com Phone: (413) 787-1700



WEEK ENDING NOVEMBER 9, 2007

INTERNSHIPS

ATHLETIC TRAINER/ INTERNSHIP
Work as a Certified Athletic Trainer in a Division I collegiate setting providing complete coverage for one sport each season and athletic training room. Work closely with team physicians and maintain full administrative duties. Required team travel may include overnights and weekends. Position runs through May (off winter break). Required: Graduate of a CAAHEP accredited program; NATA certified; current Standard First Aid and CPR certification; MA license eligible.

P.E. & ATHLETIC TRAINING INTERNSHIPS
looking to fill two one-year paid intern positions in Physical Education and athletic training respectively. The intern positions are described as follows: Interns spend one school year at Exeter and receive experience in all aspects of boarding school life. Interns in Physical Education will serve as an assistant coach in interscholastic sports and also teach in the physical education program. Interns in athletic training work with two full-time trainers and assist in treating injured and rehabilitating athletes.

HUMAN RESOURCES INTERNSHIP The WorkLife Strategies Intern position will require that the student intern assist with planning and participating in a variety of WorkLife events to be held in the Spring of 2008. Some events include: Life Long Learning college Fair, Bring Your Child to Work Day, Spring Employee Discount Vendor Fair, and a variety of Employee Wellness related events. Will also, work on newsletters, assist with employee wellness programs, provide support to the Employee Marketplace program and design flyers for various WorkLife events. Requirements: interest in Health Promotions, Human Resources, Benefits, and Event Planning & Promotion; Contribute to a teamwork environment; strong interpersonal and organizational skills; demonstrated knowledge of MS Office to include Word, Access, Excel, and PowerPoint (recommended).

STORE MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIPS Macy's Department Store. During this 10 week paid internship, you will be exposed to the day-to-day events of a dynamic, fast-paced industry. Business exposures include customer service, store operations, associate development, human resources, visual merchandising and loss prevention. This internship is offered throughout the east coast, offering the opportunity to stay close to home or experience a different part of the country. What to bring to the internship: solid academic record, all majors welcome; ability to promote teamwork through problem-solving and managing complex relationships; strong communication, interpersonal and time management skills; the ability to prioritize projects and multiple tasks to achieve productivity and business goals; previous retail experience is a plus.

INTERNSHIPS WITH FIRST INVESTORS
Financial Services Internships - Fast Track Internship, Job Shadow Internship, Management Internship
The Fast Tack Internship is for college seniors who have already chosen to pursue a career in financial services sales. The First Investors Fast Track Program provides an outstanding way to get a head start. This 13 week program takes place during the final semester of a student's senior year, and is available to both the May and December graduating classes. Attend training sessions and be paired with a mentor, a financial services representative who will work closely with you to teach you the skills needed to become a successful representative. Upon successful completion of the Internship and graduation from college, you may be offered the opportunity to become a full time representative. Recruiting Internships - Administrative Recruiter Internships & Executive Recruiter Internships.

INTERNSHIPS WITH RYDER Businesses of all kinds count on Ryder for efficient management, storage, distribution, and transportation of their products. From warehousing systems to just-in-time delivery processes, Ryder designs, implements, and manages the inbound and outbound flow of materials and goods that keep businesses humming, consumers buying, and communities thriving. Internships are available in the following disciplines: Finance, IT, Human Resources, Sales, Marketing, Supply Chain Logistics, Warehouse Management, Program Management. Get all the details on opportunities, locations, and exciting professional advantages by visiting www.ryder.com/careers.

PERSONAL LINES INTERNSHIP PROGRAM Paid internships with The Hanover Insurance Group. This program presents a rigorous and challenging opportunity for high-potential individuals to learn about the property and casualty industry through targeted assignments in several departments. It helps ensure success with formal mentoring, networking and continuous performance feedback. The participants of this program take on a series of job responsibilities, tackling special projects in various areas of the organization like underwriting, call center management, financial operations and/or production-oriented operations. Assignments are all designed to solve current business challenges. Specific training and project work is geared towards developing skills in critical thinking, process management, project management, and financial and business analytics. Classroom work and on-the-job training are provided. Candidates must have an interest in insurance, a service orientation and possession of analytical abilities; a demonstrated record of excellence in college or personal life, commitment to their careers (people who want to be business leaders); innate leadership skills. Prefer undergrads in accounting, business, economics, finance, management, mathematics, marketing, statistics or related degrees are preferred; a demonstrated record of excellence in college or personal life; high analytical aptitude, an active problem solver and agile learner; relevant work experience (coursework projects or internship); strong work ethic and ability to work in a team environment; strong organizational and time management skills; initiative and ownership of training and learning goals. For more information about career opportunities at The Hanover,

TECHNOLOGY RISK INTERNSHIP with Protiviti. Paid internships in Boston, MA. Company helps clients to access and implement information system controls, as well as enterprise security and business/systems recovery programs. Company seeks individuals who understand business and technology, and who can contribute to their multidisciplinary group with skills in a variety of functions that include: security and privacy; IT internal audit; business continuity/disaster recovery; program/project management; application controls effectiveness; infrastructure management. Seeking highly motivated individuals who meet the following criteria: MBA, Master's or bachelor's degree in accounting, management information systems. Minimum GPA: 3.0 overall, 3.0 major. Skill requirements: must work well in a team-oriented environment, as well as independently, must work creatively and analytically in a problem-solving environment, must possess excellent leadership, communication and interpersonal skills; a blend of technical and business skills is preferred for entry-level positions in this practice area.

PART TIME JOBS

TUTOR 4th grade reading. Parent will bring daughter to Babson Library if needed. Salary $10/hour (negotiable). Call Patty Carvers (day) 413-526-2159 or (evenings) 413-566-8369.

GROUP LEADERS Springfield and surrounding areas. Part Time - Do you enjoy working with school age children ages 6-12? Positions available in our after school programs, 20-25 hours week. Group Leaders must be at least 18 yrs of age. Work M-F 2pm - 6pm. Individuals must meet EEC guidelines to qualify for employment which includes age requirements; must have high school diploma or equivalent; have six months experience working with school age children. Please indicate preference program site location. Reply to: YMCA of Greater Springfield, Community Services Branch, 275 Chestnut Street, Springfield, MA 01104

TAX PREPARERS part time hours. If you enjoy helping people & have computer skills, Liberty Tax could be the place for you! Chicopee 474-6900, Enfield 860-741-3542, Holyoke Mall 540-0100, Westfield/West Springfield 562-8299.

BOOKKEEPER needed part time days. Excel, general ledger, bank req. Excellent career opportunity. Long term. Call: 785-1818 Fax: 785-1977.

CAREGIVER part time for young man with autism/mental retardation. Must have references and own transportation. 413-467-7603 Email: hccrn2@comcast.net

CHILD PSYCHOTHERAPIST Full or part time position for licensed child clinician at the Cutchins Children's Clinic. Be part of a small, dynamic team of senior-level clinicians serving diverse and vulnerable population. Bilingual encouraged. Send resume to Search CL, The Children's Clinic, 17 Brewster Court, Northampton, MA 01060. www.cutchins.org.

SUPPORT SPECIALIST Great job opportunities, flexible schedules, part-time and relief positions offered to full-time employees. This is an exciting opportunity to make a difference in people's lives and have fun while you work. Positions available supporting people in Holyoke, Chicopee, and Belchertown areas. High School Diploma or GED, transportation and a valid driver's license required. Apply: Western Mass Training Consortium, 187 High St., Ste 202, Holyoke, MA. 01040.

BILINGUAL JUVENILE COURT CLINICIAN Part time position (2days). Hampden County (Springfield/Holyoke) Massachusetts. Masters level clinician needed to conduct court ordered evaluations of adolescents and their families within a juvenile court setting. Provide group treatment and consultation to judges, attorneys, and probation officers. Experience working with adolescents and strong clinical and writing skills required. Must be Spanish/English speaking. Please send cover letter and resume to: Charles Powers, Ph.D., 80 State Street, Springfield, MA 01103

ALGEBRA AND GEOMETRY TEACHER part time mornings. Send your resume to St. Mary's School, 27 Bartlett St, Westfield, MA 01085 Or email: ktjaszek@yahoo.com

ENVIRONMENTAL LAB ANALYSTS Busy environmental laboratory seeking Full-Time Metals, & Wet Chemistry Analysts and Part-Time day, weekend or evenings hours Metals. Wet Chemistry & Extraction/Organic Analysts. Candidates with prior environmental/ laboratory experience and working knowledge of EPA methods a plus. Graduates and Teachers welcome! Qualified applicants should send a resume to: Con-Test Lab, Analytical Laboratory, 39 Spruce St, E. Long, MA 01028 or email to: ConTestJobs@contestlabs.com

NANNY POSITIONS 57 families are currently registered at www.nannies4hire.com in the state of MA. If you are looking for other locations, there are over 800 families registered throughout the U.S. and Canada. Register on-line for free to view and contact the families directly. Phone: 402-379-4121 email: mail@nannies4hire.com





WEEK ENDING NOVEMBER 2, 2007

INTERNSHIPS

INFORMATIONAL MARKETING DEVELOPER & CONTENT WRITER for real estate development and investment company specializing in buying, rehabilitating, selling and leasing of investment properties in urban and suburban neighborhoods. Company also puts on real estate investor seminars and sells informational products. The position will involve a wide variety of tasks associated with real estate development, real estate investing, and marketing. Candidate will be responsible for developing and coordinating the implementation of full marketing campaigns for real estate development and seminar and web based informational products. Experience: strong desire to learn and attention to detail. Willing and able to speak with property owners. Willing and able to perform door to door direct marketing. Familiarity with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Publisher a bonus. Compensation: college credit where applicable. Commissions based on conversions (will explain in interview). Possible hourly wages available for some positions (will explain).

FEDERAL CAREER INTERN PROGRAM U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Where and what the jobs are: EPA Headquarters, Washington, DC formulating environmental policies; setting standards; managing complex research and development programs; developing regulations for pesticides, toxic substances, hazardous and solid waste, air, radiation, and water; providing administrative services; etc. Ten Regional Offices administering EPA programs and providing technical assistance to state, local and tribal governments. Several nationwide laboratories conducting high-quality peer-reviewed research and performing health and ecological risk assessments. Upon successful completion of internship, may be eligible for conversion to permanent status. Expected service not to exceed two years. Salary depends on qualifications.

PEER EDUCATION OUTREACH COORDINATOR INTERNSHIP Seeking articulate, socially aware individuals with good critical thinking skills, ability to work independently as well as part of a team. The individual should have a commitment to the mission of Security On Campus, Inc. They are dedicated to educating prospective students, parents and the campus community about the prevalence of crime on our nation's college and university campuses. Staff works to compassionately assist victims with guidance regarding the laws, victims' rights, and resources. The ideal candidate will assist with the promotion of the Peer education Program (PEP) called Safe On Campus. The website details this program www.safeoncampus.org Outreach to local high schools near your campus, develop a resource guide for local and state resources for victims of crime; coordinate peer education program with program director, college representatives and university program coordinator; Consult with SOC program director weekly via phone; write monthly narrative reports for SOC main office staff. Student should be a sophomore or higher and be out-going, a self-starter, and highly motivated. This is a part time internship with a stipend at the end of 12 weeks in the amount of $500. This is contingent upon completion of position requirements.

SPRING INTERNSHIPS WITH MASS MOCA Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art the largest center for contemporary visual and performing arts in the country. Full time spring internships are available in various departments: Visual Arts, Performing Arts Production, Performing Arts Administration, Marketing/Public Relations, and Graphic Design. Interns are given $100/week stipend and free housing.

INTERNSHIPS WITH TRAVELERS INSURANCE
Pricing Analyst Internship
begins with an intensive 12 week training program for a small group of peers that provides exposure to the insurance industry. Training is done through a mixture of classroom, online, textbook, job shadow, and computer tutorials. You will have the opportunity to learn the necessary skills for project work as well as general skills to be successful in the business world such as communication, teamwork, professional behavior, and self management. During training, you will be assigned project work with the opportunity to interact with current Pricing Analysts in a collaborative environment. You will have the opportunity to visit and tour different departments, participate in Executive Speaker events, and peer and career mentor programs. After the training program, the role of a Pricing Analyst shifts to devoting about 75% of your time to project work, while still focusing 25% of your time on training and development.
Product Management Development Program Intern (Summer) assigned to a specific Product Management Team throughout the summer. Learn the ins and outs of Personal Insurance. Interns will participate in technology, insurance, and leadership trainings, a mentor program, executive speaker and networking events, and Capstone Projects and presentations. All our internships are designed to be developmental, and top performers will be given the opportunity to interview for full-time positions upon graduation. Requirements for both internships: preferred GPA of 3.2 or greater, experience with MS Access or Excel is a plus. Past experience with an internship in a corporate business environment is preferred. Working knowledge of MS Access or Excel is a plus. Must have excellent communication skills, a fundamental understanding of how businesses work, and will thrive when dealing with complex concepts.

INTERNSHIPS for the 2008 Live, Learn & Intern programs sponsored by The Fund for American Studies in partnership with Georgetown University. The institutes are academic internship programs held each summer, spring and fall in Washington, D.C. for undergrads in Public Policy, Economics and International Affairs. Also, Journalism, Communications and Public Relations, Lobbying and Government Affairs, Nonprofit and Community Service. The Institutes combine hands-on professional experience for 30 hours a week with a challenging academic experience at Georgetown University. Internships - competitive placements with top sites in D.C. Classes - up to 12 transferable credit hours from Georgetown Univ. Housing - furnished apartments in the heart of D.C. Guest Lectures - with Washington's top policy and industry experts. Exclusive briefings - at the U.S. House of representatives, the White House Complex and the State Department. Leadership & Professional Development - Leadership, mentoring and career building activities. Networking - Interaction with hundreds of other student leaders from around the world. Scholarships - over half of all students receive full or partial funding based on merit and financial need. For additional information, www.dcinternships.org. Applications will be reviewed and accepted on a rolling basis until February 25, 2008 for the Summer Institutes. Spring and Fall Semester deadlines are December 1, 2007 and June 1, 2008.

TOYOTA CORPORATE SUMMER INTERN PROGRAM The program is designed to provide the intern with exposure to the automotive industry while working in a corporate environment. While internship assignments vary based on company business need, specific functions will revolve around project-based work aimed at supporting the work group. Internships include: advertising, financial planning, Toyota certified used vehicles, vehicle marketing, Scion, Market Representation, Supplier Diversity, Toyota Dealer Consulting, Distribution Operations, Toyota Rent-A-Car (TRAC), Interactive Marketing, eBusiness. Toyota Motor sales is located in Torrance, California. Round trip airfare or driving reimbursement, subsidized housing, subsidized lease car for out of state students, shipping of 50 lbs. to and from Torrance. Qualifications: Must have a graduation date of either December 2008 or Spring 2009 to be considered. Should be pursuing a BA/BS in Business, Communications, Marketing, Management, Automotive Technology, Industrial Management, Automotive Services, or other related degrees. To apply: log on to www.toyota.com/talentlink. Complete a candidate profile and attach a resume. After completing your profile, you can search available job postings. Apply for positions of interest by clicking on desired posting and following the instructions. In addition, you can set up your profile to have the system notify you by e-mail of any new openings that match your job preferences.

INTERNSHIPS WITH JOHN HANCOCK Year-round and summer internships. www.johnhancock.com Students can explore the financial services industry through LEAD - Learn, Experience and Develop. LEAD offers internships year-round; assignments vary depending on business needs. Opportunities will exist in various business areas, ranging from Annuities to Long Term Care to Investments, and job assignments will also vary from marketing to information technology. Interns are required to work a minimum of 15 hours/week.
Summer Diversity Internship Program
this program runs from June 2nd-August 22, 2008 and provides on-the-job training. Placements include: Creative Services, Community Relations, Long Term Care Sales Support, Program Management Office-Life Operations, Long Term Care IT Systems, John Hancock Institutional Operations, Financial Reporting - Mutual Funds, and International Group Programs. Each Intern will be assigned a mentor who serve as a coach and will provide advice, counsel and guidance. each intern will also act as a mentor to a Boston high-school student taking part in the company's Summer of Opportunity Program. Qualifications: entering sophomore, junior or senior year in an undergrad program, interested in full-time employment in financial services after graduation, high motivated, demonstrated leadership, strong communication skills, excels academically. $13-$19/hour.
Summer Actuarial Internship Program for students interested in the actuarial profession have the opportunity to join a dynamic and challenging program to gain exposure to one or more key actuarial disciplines including pricing, valuation, marketing, investments, risk management and financial modeling. Students should have strong math, actuarial or finance backgrounds. The Actuarial Summer Internship Program is full time between May-September.

PART TIME JOBS

OUTREACH & RESIDENTIAL MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELORS Needed in Holyoke/ Chicopee and Palmer/ Ware areas, full or part time, for an innovative program serving individuals with mental illnesses, substance addictions, and/or PTSD. Position will include providing support, ADL skills, and transportation to other supports and services. Required: Experience with the population; driver’s license and reliable transportation; able to work some weekend and evening hours; proven reliable. Preferred: Bachelor’s degree. Bilingual encouraged to apply. Starting rate $10.65 per hour plus benefits. Send resume to J. Schwager Community Support Program, 494 Appleton Street, Holyoke MA 01040; fax 413-534-9044.

HEALTH & WELLNESS COORDINATOR & INSTRUCTORS needed for after school Fit Kids Program M-Thursday, 4:-5:30 pm, 11/07-6/08. We serve 16 Program sites located in Chicopee, Springfield, Wilbraham, Monson, & Palmer. Working with children and sports /wellness. Experience preferred. Work with children ages 5-13. Hire, train, and supervise 8 wellness /sports staff and run program. Assist with the curriculum development and program evaluation. Previous teaching and supervision experience necessary. $4,000 - $4,500 salary. Health & Wellness Instructors: to follow a curriculum to run games and fitness programs. $20/day. Minimum age 18. Applications available at YMCA of Greater Springfield, 275 Chestnut Street, Springfield, MA 01104 Phone: 413-739-6951 www.springfieldy.org Resumes to: Lorna Thomas Lornathomas@springfieldy.org

INSIDE SALES 9am to 3pm telemarketing & field sales. Strong communication & math skills required. Seek motivated self-starter. Reply to: Aegis Energy Services, Box 2511, Springfield, MA 01101 or e-mail: hr@aegisenergyservices.com

TAX PREPARATION part time hours. If you enjoy helping people & have computer skills, Liberty Tax could be the place for you! Chicopee 474-6900 Enfield 860-741-3542 Holyoke Mall 540-0100 Westfield/West Springfield 562-8299.

CHILDCARE Part-time infant/toddler position available every Sunday at Trinity United Methodist Church located at 361 Sumner Avenue, Springfield. Hours are Sundays from 8:30 a.m.-Noon. This part-time position pays $15.00 an hour. Experience with infants and toddlers required. Applicants must successfully complete CORI and provide references. Mail resume to: Trinity United Methodist Church, 361 Sumner Avenue, Springfield, MA 01108.

INFANT/TODDLER CHILDCARE
Sunday mornings from 10:15am to 1:15pm. Provide supervision and care giving for children up to the age of 3. Infant CPR/First Aid training through an approved facility. CORI background check. Pay: $35 per Sunday/$20 per special services. When applying for the position, please reference Springfield College Campus Ministry. Contact: Sunday School Superintendent at (413) 283-8340.

EDUCATOR Part-time science instructor to teach hands-on science programs in a Museum setting. Must be available Tuesday through Friday 9am to 2pm as needed. 10-20 hrs/week. $10/hr. No benefits. Send resume and cover letter to Katie Merrill, Science Curriculum Coordinator, 21 Edwards Street, Springfield, MA, 01103 or e-mail to: kmerrill@springfieldmuseums.org. No calls please.

TUTORS Part time tutors needed in: Chicopee, Springfield, Westfield, Holyoke, and Ware. Learning Styles is the premiere tutoring center in Western Massachusetts. We are seeking elementary, middle school, high school and special education teachers, college graduates and graduate students to tutor elementary and middle school students in reading, math, and writing, and high school students in content subjects. We work one-to-one with students of all ages. Join our team of professionals committed to educating students to reach their potential as organized and independent learners. Ideal candidates have excellent academic credentials, professional work habits, intuitive teaching skills, and an enthusiasm for working with elementary, middle school or high-school students. Candidates must be computer literate, have good organizational skills and be able to work after school, evenings and some Saturdays. Pay rate: according to experience and certification. BA/BS education or subject area. Clerical positions also available for front desk. Please forward a letter of interest and complete an application at: www.e-learningstyles.com. Please indicate your area(s) of interest and locations.

PHONATHON SUPERVISOR Part-time for The Division of Advancement has an opening for the position of Phonathon Supervisor. The successful candidate will report to the Associate Director of the Annual Fund and will be responsible for the implementation, coordination, supervision, and evaluation of the phonathon program. Responsibilities will focus on student caller development and calling program development as follows: hire, train, manage, motivate, and evaluate student callers; monitor overall performance results in order to attain donor and revenue goals and performance targets on a daily, weekly, monthly and yearly basis. Assist with development strategies to increase overall gift revenue and alumni participation rates. Participate in the preparation, planning and implementation of each semesters calling program. Excellent organizational, communication, leadership, and managerial skills required. Excellent interpersonal skills are necessary to manage, motivate, and coach student workers. Candidate must have a demonstrated ability to use computers and be willing to learn the various development software programs. Prior telemarketing or phone solicitation experience, and knowledge of fundraising in higher education, is a plus. The position requires the working of non-traditional hours Sunday-Thursday 5:00 PM- 9:00 PM during calling session hours within the academic year. Summer hours are flexible. 20-25 hours per week. If interested in this position, please send cover letter, resume, and names, and telephone numbers of three references to: Western New England College, Gregory C. Michael, Executive Director of Human Resources and the Career Center, 1215 Wilbraham Road, Springfield, MA 01119-2684.

ACTIVITIES ASSISTANT wanted for Alzheimer's facility, part time 20 hours a week, includes some nights/weekends & holidays, also per diem staff needed. Experience with geriatrics, arts/crafts or other pertinent skills needed. If interested apply at: Palmer Healthcare Ctr., 250 Shearer Street, Palmer, MA 01069

POSITIONS WITH MASS FAIR HOUSING Mass Fair Housing Center, a non-profit fair housing agency, has the following full & part-time positions available: Testing Coordinator, Testers, Clerical Support, Web Designer, Development Associates. For job duties & qualifications, go to http://www.massfairhousing.org. Send resumes to: MFHC, 57 Suffolk Street, Holyoke, MA 01040 Attn: Ms. Johnson

DIRECT CARE SUPPORT STAFF for residential programs serving individuals with developmental disabilities in Hampden County. Professionals needed for full and part time positions. Evening, overnight, and weekend shifts available. HS diploma/GED and six months experience in human services preferred. Tuition remission for qualified applicants. Competitive salary and excellent benefits. Apply at Behavioral Health Network, 40 Bobala Road, Holyoke, MA.

DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS Join a progressive organization known for providing excellent comprehensive services in a fun, team-oriented, supportive environment where your work will be valued and respected. Openings in Day Habilitation and Employment Services working directly with people with developmental disabilities. Bilingual skills desirable (English/Spanish). Monday-Friday day hours. Part-time position includes part-time benefits. Relief positions also available. Send resumes by 11/09/07 to: Riverside Industries, Inc. One Cottage Street, Easthampton, MA 01027 Riverside Industries. For more information, visit the website: www.rsi.org.

EDUCATION Robert M. Hughes Academy is seeking a part time IT person, Academic Sped Enhancement Coordinator, and Business Manager. Please mail or fax your resume Attn: Mrs. Henry, Robert M. Hughes Academy Charter Public School, 91 School St, Springfield, MA 01105. Fax: 413-747-4528

COMPUTER INSTRUCTORS The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Holyoke is seeking people who are proficient in computers and who have experience working with children to do computer programs with youth in our after school programs. School-year hours are 3:00-5:30 PM and/or 3:00-8:00 P.M. Summer hours are 9:30-5:30, 1:00-5:00 and/or 5:30-8:00. The Club’s technology programs involve working with youth aged 6-18 on web-based programs, creative writing, graphic arts, e-mail pen pals. The program does not seek to teach youth computer skills that they may already have learned in school, but rather to do projects using the computer as a tool. Club technology instructors are also expected to maintain the hardware in their respective labs, establish and ensure appropriate use of computers in their labs, and meet regularly with the Technology Director. Instructors also participate in recreation programs with youth. Successful candidates are required to be familiar with the following: MS Word, MS Excel, MS Power Point, MS Front Page, MS Digital Images, MS Movie Making, MS Outlook, and Photoshop. Please send resumes and the names and numbers of at least two supervisor references to Nancy Budd, Boys & Girls Club of Greater Holyoke, P.O. Box 6256, Holyoke, MA 01041. Resumes can also be faxed at 413-534-7369.

MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM at the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Holyoke. Part time staff needed to work in its evening membership program. This program operates Tuesday through Friday evenings from October through May. The program serves youth ranging in age from 6 to 18. Program hours are 5:30-8:15 for juniors (ages 6-12) and 5:30-9:00pm for teens. Candidates must have experience working with groups of youth in either a school or camp setting, and must be able to provide the names and numbers of references who have supervised them in these positions. Candidates must be willing to plan and lead a variety of program activities, such as arts & crafts, music, drama, sports programs, etc. Interested candidates should mail resumes and reference information to Nancy Budd, Boys & Girls Club of Greater Holyoke, PO Box 6256, Holyoke, MA 01041. Candidates may also come to the Club at 70 Nick Cosmos Way to fill out and leave an application.

CHILDCARE needed Monday mornings from 9-12. Occasional work nights and weekends (optional). 2 boys ages 2 1/2 and 10 months. $10/hour. Transportation necessary. Looking for an energetic and outgoing person who loves young children to spend a morning a week with my two boys. References necessary. Call: Jennifer Capshaw, (home) 525-5217 (call) 617-733-2468 email: jscapshaw@charter.net

WEEK ENDING OCTOBER 26, 2007

INTERNSHIPS

INTERNSHIPS WITH THE MEDIA EDUCATION FOUNDATION/NORTHAMPTON
Marketing/Administration Internship
Get Experience Marketing Documentary Films. The Media Education Foundation in downtown Northampton, MA is offering internships for the Spring ’08 semester. 6-9 Credits, (2-3 days a week, 9am-5pm). Marketing interns gain experience in various aspects of market and distribution research, outreach, and public relations. Marketing interns assist in creating and assembling press kits, developing and updating content for the website, and sending out new video releases to reviewers. Additionally, interns will assist in all aspects of sales and distribution, and help with other front-office operations. Desirable candidates will be curious, organized, self-directed, and able to multi-task. Strong writing and communication skills are essential. Knowledge of basic HTML is a plus.
Production Internship Get Documentary Film Production Experience. 6-12 Credits (2-4 days a week, 9am-5pm). Production interns work directly with MEF producers and editors on a variety of tasks assisting in the completion of both daily and long-term operations. These include media collection and research, converting media to an assortment of different formats, transcribing, maintaining our extensive in-house news log and other responsibilities. We are looking for applicants with experience using Macs and Mac-based programs such as Final Cut Pro, DVD, Studio Pro, and/or Photoshop. Experience with these programs is preferred, but primarily we are looking for people with depth, diligence, communication skills and the ability to collaborate.

INTERNSHIP FOR STATE OF CONNECTICUT Office of Policy and Management. The OPM office functions as the Governor's staff agency and plays a central role in state government, providing the information and analysis used to formulate public policy for the State. Great opportunity for students interested in: Budget and Financial Management, Criminal Justice Policy, Finance, Intergovernmental Policy, Labor Relations, Policy Development and Planning, Energy, Health and Human Services, Transportation Policy, and Administration. For additional information, contact Claire M. Nolin, Ph.D., (860) 418-6350 or claire.nolin@ct.gov.

2007-2008 INTERNSHIPS The Institute of Humane Studies at George Mason University looking for undergrad and grad students interested in individual liberty pursue their intellectual interests. Applications are currently available for: paid internships in multiple fields and disciplines.

PART TIME JOBS

CAREER PREPARATION INSTRUCTOR 20 hours per week, evening hours. Responsible for coordinating and implementing the career preparation period for new students. Required: Bachelor's degree; 2 years teaching experience working with youth; MA teaching certificate; computer proficient. Apply online at www.mtcjobs.com, fax resume to 413-378-6989, or mail to Management & Training Corporation, Westover Job Corps Center, Attn: HR Department, 103 Johnson Road, Chicopee MA 01022.

FEE-FOR-SERVICE THERAPIST 10-15 hours per week for adolescent male residential group home working with DSS affiliated youth, ages 15-18, to provide individual, group and family therapy. Will also provide clinical support and training to staff as needed. Required: Master’s degree in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work or related field; 1-3 years experience working with sexually abusive youth; demonstrated skills with assessments and written/ oral communication.
Apply in person or send resume and cover letter to Karen Geagan, The Gandara Center, 147 Norman Street, West Springfield MA 01089; fax 413-781-2176; email: kgeagan@gandaracenter.org

FOSTER PARENTS RECRUITER
Part time. Responsible for recruitment, selection and training of intensive foster parents serving adolescent youth. Required: Bachelor’s degree (Master’s preferred); experience in organizing and carrying out community awareness campaigns; minimum 1 year experience working with adolescents and families. Preferred: MAPP Trainer Certification. Apply to The Children’s Study Home, 44 Sherman Street, Springfield MA 01109; fax 413-732-5457; email: cferro@studyhome.org. See www.studyhome.org for additional information and open positions.

ACTIVITIES ASSISTANT Must be flexible. Experience with recreation program preferred. Contact Joanne Specht, Willimansett Center West, 546 Chicopee Street, Chicopee MA 01013; phone 413-536-2540.

PART TIME TELLERS openings in Belchertown, South Hadley and Northampton with flexible schedules for students. Requirements: Applicants should possess recent cash handling and customer service experience and be proficient in PC skills in order to navigate in a Windows environment. A high school diploma or equivalent is required. Must be available to work Saturday morning. Must have reliable transportation. Visit us at www.bankesb.com for a printable employment application. Please contact the Human Resources department at (413) 527-4111, Fax (413) 527-0659, email HR@bankesb.com, or mail application to: Easthampton Savings Bank, AVP Human Resources, P.O. Box 351, Easthampton, MA 01027-0351. Phone: 413-527-4111 Fax: 413-527-0659

PART-TIME COURIER We are currently seeking a part-time courier. Must have a valid MA driver's license, dependable vehicle & excellent attendance record. We offer a competitive salary with sick and vacation time benefits. To see a complete listing of all of our available positions, visit our website at: www.hampdencountyphysicians.com Please fax your resume with position you are applying for to 413-733-0183, or mail to Hampden County Physicians Associates, HR department at 354 Birnie Ave., Springfield, MA 01107, or email it to hr@hampdencountyphysicians.com Please no phone calls.

PART-TIME If you enjoy helping people & have computer skills, Liberty Tax could be the place for you! Chicopee 474-6900, Enfield 860-741-3542 Westfield/West Springfield 562-8299.

CHILDCARE/TRINITY CHURCH Part-Time Infant/Toddler position available every Sunday at Trinity United Methodist Church located at 361 Sumner Avenue, Springfield. Hours are Sundays from 8:30 a.m.-Noon. This part-time position pays $15.00 an hour. Experience with infants and toddlers required. Applicants must successfully complete a CORI and provide references. Mail resume to: Trinity United Methodist Church, 361 Sumner Avenue, Springfield, MA 01108.

YMCA TEEN CENTER
Teen Center Director needed to work part time for the YMCA of Greater Springfield. Immediate opening for Lower Liberty Height teen center in Springfield. Mon.-Fri., 3:00 - 8:00 pm, $13.00/hr. Must have the exp/ability to supervise staff. Qualified individuals must be 21 yrs or older, have a valid drivers license, good organizational skills, plan activities and special events and have at least 1 yr working with youth, ages 11- 18yrs old, bi-lingual individuals encouraged to apply. After School Child Care Programs After school child care programs, site directors, group leaders, and substitutes needed. If you enjoy working with school age children ages 6-12, positions will be available in our Springfield after school. S Dir (20 yrs or older), Gr. Ld. (18 yrs or older), M-F 2pm - 6pm. Individuals must meet EEC guidelines to qualify for employment which includes age requirements; must have High School diploma or equivalent; have six months experience working w/school age children. Apply at: YMCA of Greater Springfield, Community Services Branch, 275 Chestnut Street, STE One, Springfield, MA 01104 or email resumes to LornaThomas@springfieldy.org

SYLVAN - CUSTOMER SERVICE/CALL CENTER CU Sylvan Learning Center seeks a dynamic individual to work in our local call center. Duties include handling a large volume of incoming calls, making outbound follow-up calls and working in a team environment. Requirements: The ideal candidate will have 2+ years of customer service, call center or sales experience. Must have effective and professional oral and written communication skills; ability to multi-task; a customer-focused attitude; goal oriented; fast learner; flexible and dependable. Some Saturday mornings are required. Hourly rate plus commission. To apply, email a resume and cover letter to: lrobinson@nlcsylvan.com Contact Information: Contact: Lisa Robinson, Fax: 413-788-5414 Address: 59 Interstate Drive, Suite 25,
West Springfield, Massachusetts 01089

TUTORS Part time tutors in: Chicopee, Springfield, Westfield, Holyoke, and Ware. Learning Styles is the premiere tutoring center in Western Massachusetts. We are seeking elementary, middle school, high school and special education teachers, college graduates and graduate students to tutor elementary and middle school students in reading, math, and writing, and high school students in content subjects. We work one-to-one with students of all ages. Join our team of professionals committed to educating students to reach their potential as organized and independent learners. Ideal candidates have excellent academic credentials, professional work habits, intuitive teaching skills, and an enthusiasm for working with elementary, middle school or high-school students. Candidates must be computer literate, have good organizational skills and be able to work after school, evenings and some Saturdays. Pay rate: according to experience and certification. Please forward a letter of interest and complete an application at: info@e-learningstyles.com. Please indicate your area(s) of interest and locations. Requirements: BA/BS education
Learning Styles, East Longmeadow, Massachusetts 01028

SECURITY OFFICERS Command Security Corporation, Springfield, MA. Full & part time available. Must be dependable, and have experience. Call Kate 413-746-2349.

MASSAGE THERAPIST seeking part time experienced Massage Therapist for upscale day spa. Flexible afternoon hours available. Please fax your resume to 413-565-4411 for immediate consideration. Spa On The Green.

MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELORS for Outreach and Residential Mental Health Program in Holyoke /Chicopee and Palmer/ Ware areas. Full-time and part-time for an innovative program serving individuals with mental illnesses, substance addictions, and/or PTSD. Position will include providing support, ADL skills, and transportation to other supports and services. Qualifications: Experience with the population, BA preferred, proven reliable, valid license, reliable transportation, able to work some weekend and evening hours, bilingual encouraged to apply. Starting rate $10.65 per hour plus excellent benefits. Please send resume to: J. Schwager, Community Support Program, 494 Appleton St., Holyoke, MA. 01040 or Fax (413) 534-9044.

SPEECH AND LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST for the Behavioral Health Network. Opportunity to provide quality treatment services to children, families, and adults as a part of a growing team! Both clinic-based and outreach, full and part-time positions available, with the possibility of blending job duties and programs.
Child Guidance Clinic Early Intervention, Speech and Language Pathologist. Work on a multidisciplinary team in a home and community based support program for children, ages birth to 3 years and their families. Must have your own transportation. Competitive salaries and excellent benefits package. Please send resume to: Susan Hearn, c/o Child Guidance Clinic, 110 Maple St., Springfield, MA 01105 or e-mail to: Susan.Hearn@bhninc.org Please specify program and position applying for.

PERSONAL TRAINER High pay split; Leads provided; Consultations with all members; 24 hour access; Top cardio, circuit, and strength equipment; Clean, friendly environment. Part-time staff positions available. Snap Fitness, Holyoke 506 Westfield Road, Holyoke, MA 01040 (413) 532-7627 www.Snapfitness.com/Holyoke Holyoke@snapfitness.com

PROGRAM STAFF/BOYS & GIRLS CLUB of Chicopee is looking to hire self motivated, energetic, positive role models! Part-time positions available immediately. Work with children between the ages of 6 & 12 during our after school program, between the hours of 2:30-6:00 pm. CPR/First-Aid certified a plus! To apply please stop by the Boys & Girls Club located on 580 Meadow St . in Chicopee.

DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS Join a progressive organization known for providing excellent comprehensive services in a fun, team-oriented, supportive environment where your work will be valued and respected. Openings in Day Habilitation and Employment Services working directly with people with developmental disabilities. Bilingual skills desirable (English/Spanish). Monday-Friday day hours Full-time positions at $11.71 per hour includes 20 personal days and 15 paid holidays Part-time position includes part-time benefits Relief positions also available Send resumes by 11/09/07 to: Riverside Industries, Inc., One Cottage Street Easthampton, MA 01027. For complete listing of our extensive benefit package, please visit our website at www.rsi.org.

OUTREACH INTERVIEWER for the Caring Health Center. Must have complete fluency in oral and written English and Spanish. The mission of the Caring Health Center is to work within the community to provide health care, to care for the ill, to comfort the sick, and to bring the highest level of health care to those who are challenged by socio-economic, linguistic, and cultural barriers. Work for the Project Coordinator in the Health Literacy Department. Requirements: Bachelor's Degree or equivalent, possess strong organizational and communication skills. Must have own transportation. 20 hours week, $15/hour. To apply: send a copy of your resume and cover letter to the Project Coordinator either as Word document attachment or by mail: Cristina I. Huebner, M.A., Caring Health Center, 1145 Main Street, Suite 503, Springfield, MA 01103. Phone (413) 693-1017 Email: chuebner@caringhealth.org.

CHILD CARE watch over 10 year old girl. Hours vary. Must be a non-smoker and love dogs (poodle). Car needed. Salary negotiable.

RESPITE PROVIDER to provide support to a young woman and her Care Provider. Will be responsible for the care and support of this young woman in your home every other weekend from 5pm Friday until 5pm Sunday. Paid $50 per day ($150 per weekend). This is an Independent contractor position which does not include benefits. If interested, contact Candace Ouillette-Gaumond at (413) 731-4534 or email her at gaumondc@theassn.org for more information.

WEEK ENDING OCTOBER 19, 2007

INTERNSHIPS

APPRENTICE TEACHING INTERNSHIPS at St. Paul's School. Two internship programs for juniors, seniors, and recent graduates interested in the teaching profession. The Advanced Studies Program (summer) Internship for juniors and above: This is a 5 1/2 week intensive academic summer program for New Hampshire high school juniors. Program runs from June 20th to July 27th. Orientation for all interns begins on June 16th. The Teaching Fellow Program (academic year) is for seniors and recent grads only. This program runs from September 2008 to June 2009 and involves all aspects of boarding school life: teaching, coaching, and dormitory supervision. Deadline for the application, personal statement, resume, current transcript and three recommendations is January 10, 2008.

ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION/INTERPRETATION INTERNSHIPS at Patuxent Research Refuge. Looking for motivated and enthusiastic individuals to teach others about wildlife through: developing and conducting creative nature programs, leading wildlife conservation tram tours, conducting puppet shows, working with scout and school groups, and operating the visitor center. Spring, summer and fall internships are full time positions that run 3 months long with opportunities to extend. Interns are provided a subsistence allowance of $150/week with on-site housing; or $175/week without housing. Applicants should possess or be pursuing a degree in natural resources, biology or an education related field. T

VICTIM/WITNESS ADVOCATE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM provide notification of court dates, assist victims of domestic violence obtain restraining orders in-court support, and witness management as well as fielding phone calls and documenting services provided. Interns will provide the victims of crime with assessment, referral and crisis intervention services, as well as providing support throughout the court process, as a way of minimizing the secondary trauma associated with a person's involvement with the criminal justice system. Due to the level of sensitivity and maturity, only junior and senior year students will be considered. Skills desired: the ability to recognize and assess client needs and display empathy; ability to work within a system efficiently; work cooperatively with other staff independently; knowledge of the criminal justice system is helpful but not required. This internship is unpaid. Application deadline for spring internship is Thursday, November 29th.

PART TIME JOBS

CORRECTIONAL FITNESS TRAINER 20 hours a week, no benefits at the Women's Correctional Center. Seeking a highly energetic, self-motivated individual to supervise a variety of programs and activities pertaining to physical exercise, general health and wellness for staff and the female inmate population. Required: Bachelor's degree in Health, Fitness, Physical Education or Recreation; experience in designing training workouts and leading group exercises or personal fitness trainer certified; experience in sports officiating. $20 per hour; flexible evenings 5-9 pm. Deadline: October 16, 2007. Send resume and cover letter (specify position) to the Personnel Office, Hampden County Sheriff's Department, 627 Randall Road, Ludlow MA 01056-1079; fax 413-547-2807; email recruiting@sdh.state.ma.us. Applicant subject to background investigation and medical screening.

SOCIAL WORKER For Fresenius Medical Care, a global leader in dialysis. Part time position, 24 hours per week. Required: Master’s degree in Social Work; current CT licensure. Submit resume or apply in person to Fresenius Medical Care of Hartford, 3580 Main Street, Hartford CT 06120; fax 860-282-2058.

OUTREACH & RESIDENTIAL MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELORS Full or part time in Holyoke/ Chicopee and Palmer/ Ware areas for an innovative program serving individuals with mental illnesses, substance addictions, and/or PTSD. Position will include providing support, ADL skills, and transportation to other supports and services. Required: Experience with the population; proven reliable; driver’s license and reliable transportation; able to work some weekend and evening hours. Bachelor’s degree preferred; bilingual encouraged to apply. $10.65 per hour plus benefits. Send resume to: J. Schwager, Community Support Program, 494 Appleton Street, Holyoke MA 01040; fax 413-534-9044.

COMMUNITY SPECIALIST Part time. Assist SPIFFY Director and local steering committees in planning and implementing proven environmental strategies aimed at reducing youth substance use and abuse. Provide coordination, facilitation and training on youth alcohol and drug prevention, youth development, and organizational and community development. Master’s degree in related field preferred; experience with like projects required. Job description at www.collaborative.org. Deadline: November 1, 2007. Apply to Hampshire Educational Collaborative, 97 Hawley Street, Northampton, MA 01060; email: hr@collaborative.org

COUNSELING ASSISTANCE (TEAP) Part time, 20 hours per week. Responsible for the implementation and maintenance of an effective training assistance program. Assess students with identified substance problems; develop and implement a plan to modify or control the problems. Required: Bachelor's degree in Social Work; 1 year related experience; knowledge of and the ability to relate to the lifestyles of economically disadvantaged and culturally diverse youth; computer proficient. Veterans are encouraged to apply. Qualified candidates may apply online at www.mtcjobs.com. Fax resume to 413-378-6989, or mail to Management & Training Corporation, Westover Job Corps Center, Attn: HR Department, 103 Johnson Road, Chicopee MA 01022.

RESEARCH LABORATORY TECHNICIAN One year, part time, grant-funded position, 20-30 hours per week. Assist with research experiments in an animal behavior research laboratory. Duties include histology, microscope analyses, ordering and maintaining equipment and supplies, and general support for daily research operation. Required: Bachelor’s degree, preferably with coursework in the natural sciences; histology experience; basic computer skills including word processing and data entry. Preferred: Animal care or research laboratory experience. No benefits. Submit resume to Office of Human Resources, Job Search: RLT-DHG, Amherst College, PO Box 5000, Amherst, MA 01002-5000; email: hr@amherst.edu

EMTS/ PARAMEDICS – INTERMEDIATES & BASICS National Ambulance is hiring for full and part time positions in the Springfield, MA area. Call 413-736-0092 x204.

THERAPEUTIC RECREATION SERVICES 20 hour position at the Bloomfield Health Care Center catering to both long term and sub-acute residents. Therapeutic Recreation Certification eligibility and experience working with older adults preferred. Scheduling availability: one evening and some weekends a must. Interested candidates please send cover letter and resume to Ms. Emily Lauder, BS, TRD Director of Therapeutic Recreation Services. Contact Info: Phone (860) 242-8595 x121 Fax: (860) 242-6512 Bloomfield Health Care Center, 355 Park Ave., Bloomfield, CT 06002.

PART-TIME GROUP LEADER for after school program. Experience pref. Call 734-3106 for interview.

BOOKKEEPER part time hours. Knowledge in AP/AR needed. Experience with QuickBooks, reconciliations, general ledger, billing and invoicing. Must be detail oriented. Mail resume to Joseph Freedman Co. Inc., 115 Stevens St, Springfield, MA 01104. Attn: Judy Berniche or email to: jberniche@josephfreedman.com On the subject line put Bookkeeper.

LIBRARY CIRCULATION SUPERVISOR Evenings, Part-time D'Amour Library Western New England College has an immediate opening for a part-time, evening circulation supervisor in D'Amour Library. Monday and Wednesday evenings from 4:00 PM to midnight, Fridays 4:00-8:00 PM and Saturdays from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Hours are shortened during the summer session and holidays. Working as part of the Circulation team, duties include supervising Circulation Desk evening operations, handling circulation transactions and course reserves, training and supervising student staff, and closing the Library. High school diploma and excellent clerical and interpersonal skills required, prior library and supervisory experience preferred. $8.99 - $10.12/hr. plus shift differential. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Send letter of application and resume with the names and telephone numbers of three references to: Mr. Gregory C. Michael, Executive Director of Human Resources and the Career Center, Western New England College, 1215 Wilbraham Road, Springfield, MA 01119. Electronic resumes may be sent to Rosa Arce at rarce@wnec.edu.

NUTRITIONIST needed on a part time basis for busy WIC program serving Chicopee/Holyoke area. Provides nutrition services (assessment, certification, counseling, education, food package prescription and referrals). BA in public health and/or nutrition with experience in community nutrition. New graduates encouraged to apply. Send resume to: Human Resources, Valley Opportunity Council, Inc. 300 High Street, Holyoke, MA. 01040.

BEHAVIORAL SPECIALIST CONSULTANT part time 4-6 hr/wk. Consultant position is available in our day programs serving adults with developmental disabilities loc. in Springfield & Connecticut. Flexible schedule, between 9am & 3 pm. Fax resume to: 413-585-9010. No phone calls. Must have Master's degree in Psychology and at least 1 yr. exp. in training program for MR or DD.

PATIENT CARE TECHNICIANS Holyoke Medical Center has full and part time opportunities available for experienced Phlebotomists or Medical Assistants to provide compassionate and competent care to our patients. Duties include performing venipunctures, EKGs, patient transportation, appropriate documentation, etc. Phlebotomy training and one year experience is required. Medical Assistant certification preferred. Interested candidates may apply to: Human Resources, Holyoke Medical Center, 575 Beech Street, Holyoke, MA 01040 Fax: 413-534-2635 e-mail: resume_cp@holyokehealth.com www.holyokehealth.com

CAREER PREPARATION INSTRUCTOR Part-time 20-hour position working evening hours. Responsible for coordinating and implementing the career preparation period for new students. Bachelor's degree and two years teaching experience working with youth. Valid teaching certificate in the state of MA. Computer proficient. offering competitive salary & benefit package. Qualified candidates can apply online www.mtcjobs.com or fax resume (413)378-6989 or mail to: Management & Training Corporation @ Westover Job Corps Center, 103 Johnson Road, Chicopee, MA 01022 Attention: Human Resources Department.

INSTRUMENT PETTING ZOO COORDINATOR Springfield Symphony seeks outgoing, personable individual for this part time position to manage its instrument petting zoo. Prefer individual with music background. Send cover letter, resume, 3 references to Michael Jonnes, SSO, 1350 Main St, Ste. 12, Springfield, MA 01103 or by email to: mjonnes@SpringfieldSymphony.org

OUTREACH AND RESIDENTIAL MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELORS needed in Holyoke /Chicopee and Palmer/ Ware areas full-time and part-time for an innovative program serving individuals with mental illnesses, substance addictions, and/or PTSD. Position will include providing support, ADL skills, and transportation to other supports and services. Qualifications: Experience with the population, BA preferred, proven reliable, valid license, reliable transportation, able to work some weekend and evening hours, bilingual encouraged to apply. Starting rate $10.65 per hour plus excellent benefits. Please send resume to: J. Schwager, Community Support Program, 494 Appleton St., Holyoke, MA. 01040 or Fax (413) 534-9044.

CHILDREN'S CLINICIAN full or part time at an established outpatient mental health center treating children with developmental and autism spectrum disorders and their families. This position offers the opportunity to develop a specialty skill with excellent supervision, regular training programs and a supportive interdisciplinary team and the chance to work in programs and schools throughout the Springfield /Westfield area of MA. Flexible schedule and attractive benefits. Masters degree and license or license eligible required. Bilingual Spanish a plus. Resume to Carson Center for Development, 120 Maple St, Springfield, MA 01103 or randerson@carsoncenter.org

SITE DIRECTORS, GROUP LEADERS & SUBSTITUTES for after school child care programs in Springfield & Chicopee. Part time hours. Work with school age children ages 6-12. Positions available in our Springfield after school. Site Directors (20 yrs or older), Group Leaders (18 yrs or older), M-F 2pm - 6pm. Individuals must meet EEC guidelines to qualify for employment which includes age requirements; must have high school diploma or equivalent; have six months experience working with school age children. Please indicate preferred program site location. Reply to: YMCA of Greater Springfield, 275 Chestnut Street, Springfield, MA.

HUMAN SERVICES 24-hour staff Residential Program in the Chicopee/Holyoke area seeks reliable staff to assist elders with mental illness in their homes. Responsibilities include: ADL's behavioral intervention, documentation, administering medications, activities in the community, and transporting consumers. Reliable vehicle/valid driver's license required. Must be certified or willing to be certified in CPR, First Aid and Medication Administration. Now hiring part-time (9-3, 3-11 and 11-9) shifts. Available now full-time 11-9 shift. Apply to: Personnel Manager, Hawthorn Services, 78 Main Street, Chicopee, MA. 01020. No phone calls.

FEE-FOR-SERVICE THERAPIST needed for an adolescent male residential group home working with DSS affiliated youth, ages 15-18, to provide individual, group and family therapy. Ideal candidate will have 1-3 years experience working with sexually abusive youth and demonstrated skills with assessments and written and oral communication. . Individual will also provide clinical support and training to staff as required. Candidate must have a Master’s degree in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work or other related field. Salary commensurate with experience for this 10-15 hour/week position. Apply in person or send resume and cover letter to The Gandara Center, 147 Norman Street, West Springfield, MA 01089; Attn: Karen Geagan. Fax to (413) 781-2176 or email kgeagan@gandaracenter.org.

INDOOR TRACK THROWING COACH for high school boys/girls team. Season is December 2007 to March 2008. Salary: $1,000-$1,200 for season. Contact: John Devine, Head Indoor Track Coach, Longmeadow High School, 95 Grassy Gutter Road, Longmeadow, MA 01106 Email: devinejd@earthlink.net

WEEK ENDING OCTOBER 12, 2007

INTERNSHIPS

PUBLIC RELATIONS INTERNSHIP with Regan Communications Group, Inc. Boston MA, one of the largest full-service, privately owned public relations firms in the country. With a professional staff drawn from the worlds of media, PR and government, who have an intimate knowledge of newspaper, television, radio, magazine and internet coverage. We are looking for office marketing and PR interns for the Spring of 2008. Interns are not paid, but credit is available in accordance to college/university policy. Experience: To gain practical knowledge of the PR world, interns will be given the opportunity to complete various tasks in and out of the office. This includes writing and sending press releases and media advisories to various local media, and posting events on online social calendars. Oftentimes, interns will update various databases and make follow-up calls with the media for our various clients. Enthusiastic interns will enjoy brainstorming and performing promotional ideas. There will be many opportunities to work on-site to experience event planning and execution. Because interns are an integral part of the team, with hard work and meticulous preparation, creative ideas will always be considered, and even implemented. Qualifications: We are looking for applicants with the following characteristics: Junior or senior level in college with an expected degree in related fields (marketing, public relations, advertising). Familiar with Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Outlook, and Microsoft Explorer. Available to work 3-4 days a week (8 hour days), with occasional odd hours for night and weekend events. Exceptional grasp of verbal and written language, in addition to a confident, proactive, responsible and independent work ethic. Creative, motivated, and genuinely enthusiastic personalities!

INTERNSHIPS WITH THE INSTITUTE FOR HUMANE STUDIES
Paid Broadcast Journalism Internships. Major broadcast and cable news networks, news magazines, and documentary films.
Paid Production Internships. Documentary films, animation, feature films, television.
Fall, spring, and summer placements available in Los Angeles, New York, and Washington, DC. Spring deadline: December 15th, summer deadline: March 1st, fall deadline: July 31st. Internships are open to undergrad and grad students.

WILDLIFE BIOLOGY INTERNSHIP $150 per week stipend with dormitory housing; OR $175 per week without housing. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Patuxent Research Refuge, Laurel, Maryland. Runs March 7th, 2008-June 27th, 2008. Must have well developed communication skills and leadership ability and be able to work independently and as part of a team; experience collecting biological data in the field preferred. Bachelor's degree
(or pursuing) in wildlife management, natural resources, or pursuing) in wildlife management, natural resources, or related field, and field work experience desired.
Must have personal vehicle, though a vehicle will be provided for official duties. Interns work closely with a staff Wildlife Biologist and Volunteer to collect biological data on the nesting success of wood ducks using several hundred artificial nesting structures. Hens and young may be banded. Determines nesting success of other species of waterfowl such as black ducks, mallards and Canada geese on the Refuge. Determines nesting success of other bird species such as bluebirds, tree swallows, warblers, purple martins, kestrels and screech owls using artificial nesting structures. Participates in various other Refuge surveys, including frog calling surveys, woodcock and whippoorwill surveys, water bird surveys and vegetation surveys. Assists biologist with various other responsibilities, including data entry, data analysis, invertebrate and vegetation sampling, and invasive species control. Must interact effectively with staff and volunteers to assure quality data is collected. On rare occasions, interns may be required to assist with various visitor services at the Visitor Contact Station. Work schedule will be standard Monday through Friday with federal holidays off. Send letter of interest, resume, and 3 references with phone numbers or email addresses to address below. Closing Date:Received by January 1, 2008

INFORMATIONAL MARKETING DEVELOPER & CONTENT WRITER to intern for Williams Capital Partners, a real estate development and investment company. Company works on re-developing properties in significant need of repairs. Looking for an energetic, self starter with strong entrepreneurial skills. The position will involve a wide variety of tasks associated with real estate development, real estate investing, and marketing. Responsible for developing and coordinating the implementation of full marketing campaigns for real estate development and seminar and web based informational products. An ideal candidate is a focused, mature, creative thinker with a persistent drive to succeed. Must be willing and able to speak with property owners and willing and able to perform door to door direct marketing. Familiarity with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Publisher a bonus. Compensation: college credit where applicable. Commissions based on conversions. Possible hourly wages available for some positions.

PART TIME JOBS

SUBSTITUTES Day-to-Day Teacher and Paraprofessional substitutes needed for K-12th grade in the Hampden-Wilbraham Regional School District for the 2007-2008 school year. Request substitute packet from the Superintendent's Office, 413-596-3884.

FEE-FOR-SERVICE THERAPIST 10-15 hours per week for adolescent male residential group home working with DSS affiliated youth ages 15-18. Provide individual, group and family therapy; clinical support and training to staff. Required: Master’s degree in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work or related field. Ideal candidate will have 1-3 years experience working with sexually abusive youth and demonstrated skills with assessments. Apply in person or send resume and cover letter to Karen Geagan, The Gandara Center, 147 Norman Street, West Springfield MA 01089; fax 413-781-2176; email: kgeagan@gandaracenter.org

HOME HEALTH AIDE for elderly lady in Hampden. Work twice month on Saturday mornings. Must be non-smoker, and wear no perfume. Good hourly wage. Home is in Hampden, MA. Position starts October 27th. Call Karen at 566-0001.

COMMUNITY/ENVIRONMENTAL STRATEGIES SPECIALIST Part-time position to assist SPIFFY (Strategic Planning Initiative for Families and Youth) Director and local steering committees in planning and implementing proven environmental strategies aimed at reducing youth substance use and abuse. Provides coordination, facilitation and training on youth alcohol and drug prevention, youth development, and organizational and community development. Masters in related field preferred and experience with like projects are required. Job Description at www.collaborative.org. Apply before 11/1 to hr@collaborative.org or Hampshire Educational Collaborative, 97 Hawley Street, Northampton, MA 01060.

TUTORS NEEDED seeking volunteers, part time, community service learning, and federal work study students for Gear Up Tutors to assist middle and high school students in their educational endeavors. Work during the school day, after school. Help with subjects such as Math or English, and MCAS related subjects. Work in area schools: Central High, High School of Science & Technology, Putnam Vocational High, Renaissance School (middle & high school), Duggan Middle School, Holyoke High, Peck Middle School in Holyoke. Contact: Lynne Cimino, Special Projects Coordinator, Valley Opportunity Council, GEAR UP, 152 Center Street, 2nd Floor, Chicopee, MA 01013 Phone: (413) 612-0206 Fax: (413) 612-0210 Email: lcimino@valleyopp.com

ALGEBRA/GEOMETRY TUTOR needed for 10th grade high school girl. Salary and hours are negotiable. Home is in the area of Boston Road in Springfield. . Contact: Janet Curbelo at (413) 330-8988.

RESIDENTIAL SUPPORT Position available for part-time Residential support in one of our lovely programs serving individuals with disabilities. This position includes assisting with ADL's, community inclusion and in supporting them to attain their personal goals. Hourly rate: $11.05-$11.38. Berkshire County ARC offers excellent pay and top-notch benefits package. Send cover letter and resume to: Dennis Radford, 212 Sheep Pasture Road, Southwick, MA 01077 or apply online at www.bcarc.org. All positions require a valid US Driver's license and a minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent.

GROUP LEADER part time for after school program. Experience preferred. The Center After School Program. Call 734-3106 for interview.

ON-CALL CELL ATTENDANTS the Town of Wilbraham Wilbraham Police Department is looking for CPR certified men & women who can be available on short notice to assist police officers in the process of committing male & female prisoners/detainees to lock up and providing supervision of prisoners/detainees at the station and during transports; $13.10/hr, no benefits; must be in good physical condition & pass extensive criminal, employment & character background check; training provided; submit application available online at http://www.wilbraham-ma

PRESCHOOL SPORTS INSTRUCTOR must be 21 yrs or older. An upbeat, confident & energetic individual that can teach sports & recreation to primarily ages 3-6. Previous experience preferred but not required. Morning, afternoon & evening classes available. Please contact Kelly at ext 111. After School Staff: 19 or older. This individual will be responsible for behavior & rule management, game play & group organization. Intramurals, homework help & snack may be included at some sites. M-F, 2-6 pm. Must be able to relate / communicate with middle school age children, initiate games, plan ahead & monitor behavior. Please contact Meg at ext. 109. Apply: YMCA of Greater Springfield Scantic Valley Branch 45 Post Office Park, Wilbraham 413-596-2749. Or email: LornaThomas@springfieldy.org.

SECURITY OFFICER part time. Windsor Locks CT area. $9.50hr/med/dental benefits/2 wks vacation. Fax resumes 562-630-0072 or call 562-806-9098 or email resumes to: jobs@rmiintl.com

CASE MANAGER Part- time (Holyoke) 20-30 hours a week. Assist blind or visually impaired elders in their home and communities. Responsibilities include assessment and development of vision rehabilitation service plans and the implementation of service goals; provide home visits to consumers and maintain regular contact with consumers, collaborating agencies and eye care professionals. BA and/or related experience preferred. Bilingual-bicultural a plus. Excellent written and verbal communication skills required. $11.00 per hour. Send Resume to Gail Brash, Director of Human Resources, 200 Ivy St. Brookline, MA 02446. FAX 617-732-0226 or e-mail: gbrash@mabcommunity.org

LIBRARY CIRCULATION SUPERVISOR Evenings, Part-time D'Amour Library Western New England College has an immediate opening for a part-time, evening circulation supervisor. Monday and Wednesday evenings from 4:00 pm to midnight, Fridays 4:00-8:00 pm and Saturdays from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. Hours are shortened during the summer session and holidays. Working as part of the Circulation team, duties include supervising Circulation Desk evening operations, handling circulation transactions and course reserves, training and supervising student staff, and closing the Library. High school diploma and excellent clerical and interpersonal skills required, prior library and supervisory experience preferred. $8.99 - $10.12/hr. plus shift differential. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Send letter of application and resume with the names and telephone numbers of three references to: Mr. Gregory C. Michael, Executive Director of Human Resources and the Career Center, Western New England College, 1215 Wilbraham Road, Springfield, MA 01119. Electronic resumes may be sent to Rosa Arce at rarce@wnec.edu.

BEHAVIORAL SPECIALIST CONSULTANT A part time 4-6 hr/wk. Consultant position is available in our day programs serving adults with developmental disabilities located in Springfield & Connecticut. Flexible schedule, between 9am & 3 pm. Fax resume to: 413-585-9010. No phone calls. Must have Master's degree in Psychology and at least 1 yr. exp. in training program for MR or DD.

NUTRITIONIST needed on a part time basis for busy WIC program serving Chicopee/Holyoke area. Provides nutrition services (assessment, certification, counseling, education, food package prescription and referrals). BA in public health and/or nutrition with experience in community nutrition. New graduates encouraged to apply. Send resume to: Human Resources, Valley Opportunity Council, Inc., 300 High Street, Holyoke, MA 01040

PHONE-A-THON SUPERVISOR Western New England College. Part time. The Division of Advancement has an opening for the position of Phone-a-thon Supervisor. The successful candidate will report to the Associate Director of the Annual Fund and will be responsible for the implementation, coordination, supervision, and evaluation of the phone-a-thon program. Responsibilities will focus on student caller development and calling program development as follows: hire, train, manage, motivate, and evaluate student callers; monitor overall performance results in order to attain donor and revenue goals and performance targets on a daily, weekly, monthly and yearly basis. Assist with development strategies to increase overall gift revenue and alumni participation rates. Participate in the preparation, planning and implementation of each semesters calling program. Excellent organizational, communication, leadership, and managerial skills required. Excellent interpersonal skills are necessary to manage, motivate, and coach student workers. Candidate must have a demonstrated ability to use computers and be willing to learn the various development software programs. Prior telemarketing or phone solicitation experience, and knowledge of fundraising in higher education, is a plus. The position requires the working of non-traditional hours Sunday-Thursday 5:00 pm- 9:00 pm during calling session hours within the academic year. Summer hours are flexible. 20-25 hours per week. If interested in this position, please send cover letter, resume, and names and telephone numbers of three references to: Western New England College, Gregory C. Michael, Executive Director of Human Resources and the Career Center, 1215 Wilbraham Road, Springfield, MA 01119-2684

CAREER PREPARATION INSTRUCTOR Part-time 20-hour position- evening hours. Responsible for coordinating and implementing the career preparation period for new students. Bachelor's degree and two years teaching experience working with youth. Valid teaching certificate in the state of MA. Computer proficient. Offering competitive salary & benefit package. Qualified candidates can apply online www.mtcjobs.com or fax resume (413)378-6989 or mail to: Management & Training Corporation @ Westover Job Corps Center, 103 Johnson Road, Chicopee, MA 01022 Attention: HR Dept.

OUTREACH AND RESIDENTIAL MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELORS needed in Holyoke /Chicopee and Palmer/ Ware areas full-time and part-time for an innovative program serving individuals with mental illnesses, substance addictions, and/or PTSD. Position will include providing support, ADL skills, and transportation to other supports and services. Qualifications: Experience with the population, BA preferred, proven reliable, valid license, reliable transportation, able to work some weekend and evening hours, bilingual encouraged to apply. Starting rate $10.65 per hour plus excellent benefits. Please send resume to: J. Schwager, Community Support Program, 494 Appleton St., Holyoke, MA. 01040 or Fax (413) 534-9044.

COUNSELORS AFTER SCHOOL CHILD CARE PROGRAMS GROUP LEADERS & SUBSTITUTES Springfield & Chicopee programs part time.
Work with school age children ages 6-12. Positions available in our Springfield after school. Group Leaders (18 yrs of age), M-F 2pm - 6pm. Individuals must meet EEC guidelines to qualify for employment which includes age requirements; must have high school diploma or equivalent; have six months experience working with school age children. Please indicate preferred program site location. Reply to: YMCA of Greater Springfield, 275 Chestnut St, Springfield, MA.

MEDIA SERVICES ASSISTANT Hampshire College is currently accepting applications for a temporary, part-time Media Services Assistant. Duties include providing video and audio services for campus and major public events, circulating films, videotapes, DVDs, and equipment, and assisting in the training and supervision of student workers. The employment cycle for this non-benefited position begins immediately through December 2007. Scheduled hours are Thursdays and Fridays, plus evening and weekend hours, twenty hours per week. Bachelor's degree or equivalent with course work in film and video desirable and 1-2 years experience in audio-visual or media production services required. Must be able to lift up to fifty pounds. Please send resume or apply to: Gai Carpenter, Director of Library & Information Services, Hampshire College, Amherst, MA 01002 413-559-5427

PROGRAM STAFF The Boys & Girls Club of Chicopee is looking to hire self motivated, energetic, positive role models! Part-time positions available immediately. Work with children between the ages of 6 & 12 during our after school program, between the hours of 2:30-6:00 pm. CPR/First-Aid Certified a plus! To apply please stop by the Boys & Girls Club located on 580 Meadow St.,Chicopee, MA

WEEK ENDING OCTOBER 5, 2007

INTERNSHIPS

SPORT MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING INTERNSHIPS with Travelers championship, Connecticut's PGA Tour Event. Internships are available for fall and spring semesters, with the opportunity to continue as a paid intern through the championship. Students will receive course credit during the academic year. Students Beginning in mid-May through the end of the internship, students will be paid a bi-weekly stipend of $300. The internships will take place at the Travelers office in Hartford, CT and relocate in early June to the golf course in Cromwell, CT. Requirements: excellent oral and written communication skills; ability to manage multiple projects; and a detail oriented, hard working, positive personality are required for all positions. Internships available: Media/Marketing Intern, Tickets/Community Relations Intern, Sales/Pro-Am Intern.

ACADEMIC INTERNSHIP - SESSIONAL LEGISLATIVE INTERN Sullivan & LeShane is a government and public relations firm that provides legislative, administrative, and municipal lobbying to various corporations in the state such as Coca-Cola, Connecticut State Medical Society, and Verizon. Majors: Political Science, Government, Public Policy, other related fields. Description: Assists with bill tracking, legislative monitoring, public hearing sign-ups, data collection (agendas, minutes, testimony, etc), and research. Serves as a link between the office and the lobbyists at the Legislative Office Building (LOB) or the Capitol. Assists with special projects and events, and handles a variety of legislative tasks to assist the lobbying team. Requirements: Must have completed at least one year of undergraduate studies and be a matriculated student in good standing. Strong communication, writing, and computer skills are a must. Ability to multi-task and work in a fast-paced environment. Flexible schedule with early morning and late night availability. Reliable transportation necessary. Requires certification that the internship is part of the candidate’s academic program.Hours: Approximately 20-40 hours per week. Term of internship: Approximately February 6 – May 7, 2008. Stipend: Yes. How to apply: Please email cover letter and resume to Kate Mulligan at the contact information provided above as soon as possible.

VICTIM/WITNESS ADVOCATE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
provide notification of court dates, assist victims of domestic violence obtain restraining orders in-court support, and witness management as well as fielding phone calls and documenting services provided. Interns will provide the victims of crime with assessment, referral and crisis intervention services, as well as providing support throughout the court process, as a way of minimizing the secondary trauma associated with a person's involvement with the criminal justice system. Due to the level of sensitivity and maturity, only junior and senior year students will be considered. Skills desired: the ability to recognize and assess client needs and display empathy; ability to work within a system efficiently; work cooperatively with other staff, independently; knowledge of the criminal justice system is helpful but not required. This internship is unpaid. Application deadline for the Spring internship is Thursday, November 29, 2007.

The New England Center For Children. Full and part time internship opportunities. Full time undergrads participate in a 30-35 hour week. The program includes training courses in Applied Behavior Analysis and CALM Physical and CALM Verbal intervention trainings. Interns gain experience in special education and applied psychology. Interns can become involved in ABA research, curriculum development, speech language pathology, physical education, vocational education, or other specialty areas. Part time undergrad students can participate 10-20 hours per week. Gain practical experience in the classroom setting. Interns are supervised and trained by clinical and teaching staff within the classroom. Internship can be tailored to the individual's interests and academic needs. Can become involved in ABA research, curriculum development, speech language pathology, physical education, vocational education, or other specialty areas. Housing is provided.

HOUSING RESEARCH INTERNSHIP will collect data from local housing authorities, private subsidized housing facilities, and assisted living/supportive housing facilities. Intern would design the survey, collect data via phone and mail, log data, and perform other tasks. Flexible schedule.

INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES WITH WESTMASS ELDERCARE meeting the needs of the elder and/or disabled individual at the different stages along the continuum of care, ranging from informational services to in home support, to crisis prevention and nursing home advocacy. Internships available: Social Work, Nutrition, Human Resources, Information Technology and other areas based on the needs of the students and the resources of WestMass ElderCare.

ADULT BASIC EDUCATION INTERN will provide one on one tutoring for students enrolled in Adult Basic Education and ESOL classes. Basic education students will have their lessons with them and assistance will be provided for lessons they are having difficulty with. ESOL students will need conversation and basic vocabulary skill building. Interns needed who could work once or twice a week for 1 1/2 hours each time. Tutors needed Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Contact: Kellie Payne, MCDI, 140 Wilbraham Avenue, Springfield, MA 01109 Phone: 781-5640 ext. 226.

SALES & STORE OPERATIONS INTERNSHIP Fastenal Company is an industrial and construction distributor. This internship is designed to familiarize candidates with the operation of a store and prepare them for a future in sales and store management. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: inside sales/counter sales/customer service, order placement and fulfillment, inventory control, warehouse functions, merchandising, local deliveries with company vehicle. Candidates must possess a valid drivers license and good driving record, possess excellent communication skills, possess the ability to learn and perform multiple tasks in a team environment, and have strong attention to detail.

PART TIME JOBS

PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHER Part time for Yeshiva Academy, a small private school in Longmeadow MA. Call 413-567-8665 or email: lyaschool@comcast.net

CERTIFIED PERSONAL TRAINERS – GOLD’S GYM Gold’s Gym – Amherst is seeking certified and experienced Personal Trainer. 20 hour minimum commitment. Ambition and desire to succeed a must; experience helpful but not required. For more information contact Stephanie at smay@goldsgym.net

CASE MANAGER 20-30 hours per week in Holyoke MA. Assist blind or visually impaired consumers in developing and maintaining maximum independent living. Responsibilities include assessment and development of vision rehabilitation service plans and the implementation of service goals. Provide home visits to consumers and maintain regular contact with consumers, collaborating agencies and eye care professionals. Follow up with other agencies to assure that assistance and commitments have been met. Provide community education and marketing presentations about MAB services. Recruit, train and match volunteers for one-to-one activities with consumers. Required: Bachelor’s degree and/or related experience; excellent written and verbal skills. $11 per hour. Send resume to Gail Brash, Director of Human Resources, 200 Ivy Street, Brookline MA 02446; fax 617-732-0226; email: gbrash@mabcommunity.org; website: www.mabcommunity.org

TEMPORARY TECHNICAL READER The Hampshire College Admissions Office is accepting applications for a temporary Technical Reader position. Responsibilities include reading high school transcripts and calculating GPAs. Successful applicant will be detail-oriented, reliable, and self-motivated. This is a non-benefited, 4-month position: November and December, 25 hours per week; January and February, 35 hours per week; March as needed. Send resume or apply to Jennifer Brazenall, Admissions Department, Hampshire College, 893 West Street, Amherst MA 01002. Employment applications available: www.hr.hampshire.edu

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST/ COTA .6 FTE for William E. Norris School, Southampton MA. Call 413-527-0811 for application and information.

PT/ OT/ SLP STAFF Governor's Center needs PT, OT and SLP staff, full or part time, flexible hours and days. Experience in LTC a plus. Contact Vanessa Fischer-Mackey, OTR, Manager/ Rehab, Governor's Center, 66 Broad Street, Westfield MA 01085; phone 413-562-5464; email: Vanessa.Fischer-Mackey@peoplefirstrehab.com

FEE FOR SERVICE THERAPIST needed for an adolescent male residential group home working with DSS affiliated youth ages 15-18, providing individual, group, and family therapy. Ideal candidate will have 1-3 years experience working with sexually abusive youth and demonstrated skills with assessments and written and oral communication. Individual will also provide clinical support and training to staff as required. Candidate must have a Master's degree in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work or other related field. Salary commensurate with experience for this 10-15 hour/week position. Apply in person or send resume and cover letter to The Gandara Center, 147 Norman Street, West Springfield, MA 01089; Attention: Karen Geagan. Fax to (413) 781-2176 or email kgeagan@gandaracenter.org

MATH/HANDWRITING TUTOR needed for 11 year old girl in the 6th grade in the areas of math and handwriting. Salary negotiable. Call mom, Kris Sanders-Ayinde cell: 348-9668.

DISPATCHER/SECURITY The following part-time positions are available at Amherst College. No benefits. DISPATCHER On-call, year round position for weekend/third shifts and occasional weekly day and night shifts. Position will receive and dispatch routine and emergency calls and act as telephone operator. Qualifications: high school or equivalent; public safety dispatch experience preferred. COMMUNITY SERVICE OFFICERS Positions will secure and provide access to campus facilities, safety escorts, and other non law enforcement tasks. Work schedules available: Saturday, 7:00 p.m. - 3:00 a.m., Sunday and Monday, 6:00 p.m.-2:00 a.m. Qualifications: ability to follow verbal and written instructions; previous experience in a service type position preferred; valid driver's license; and the ability to stand and walk for extended periods of time. SECURITY GUARD Position available at the Mead Art Museum for monitoring the museum galleries, greeting visitors and staff, and completing paperwork or reports related to duties. Work schedules available: days, nights or weekends. Qualifications: ability to follow verbal and written instructions; 6 months-1 year security or similar experience preferred; and familiarity with Windows software. Applications/resumes accepted until positions filled. Interested candidates should reference positions applying for and may submit resumes to hr@amherst.edu or: Office of Human Resources, Amherst College, PO Box 5000, Amherst, MA 01002-5000.

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS ASSISTANT Experience in the Health Insurance field or Employee Benefits a plus. Responsibilities: Have strong communication and organizational skills. Strong computer skills in Word, Excel, Internet and e-mail. Will assist in special marketing mailings in the form of letters, postcards, e-mails etc. Handle incoming and outgoing calls with Group Health Insurance carriers and clients. Back up Employee Benefits Manager and full-time Assistant when needed. Contact: Noreen Mickiewicz Hayes, Phone: 413-586-5011, Fax: 413-586-7973, Address: 88 King Street, Northampton, Massachusetts 01060

GROUP LEADER FOR AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM Experience pref. Call 734-3106 for interview.

RESIDENTIAL STAFF Part-Time/15 hrs/wk 6am-9am Mon-Fri. Residential Staff to work in a home w/developmentally disabled/medically challenged adults in Springfield. Salary $10.07-$12.88. Stop in an fill out an application or send resume to: Deborah Montanari, The Association For Community Living, One Carando Dr, Suite Two, Springfield, MA 01104. Fax: 732-1168.

FITNESS AND AEROBICS INSTRUCTORS NEEDED in Enfield for after-school programs in partnership with the Enfield School System. Temporary Position. Pay is $12-$21 based on experience and education level. Prefer candidates studying toward a degree in exercise science or have equivalent work experience. Must be able to lead middle school students. Need to be available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 3:15 PM to 6:00 PM. Program starts October 15th and ends December 21st. Please fill application on-line at www.erfcinc.org. Contact: Sharlene B. DuLac, Community Programs Coordinator, educational Resources for Children, Inc., 103R Phoenix Avenue, Enfield, CT 06082. Phone: (860) 253-9935 Fax: (860) 253-9995 www.erfcinc.org.

P.E. TEACHER at the elementary level. This is a temporary assignment from October 22nd-December 21st. Candidate must be certified in physical education. Email: resume, transcripts, and letters of recommendation to: A. J. O'Brien, (860) 763-7585 or aobrien@enfieldschools.org

TUTOR/STATISTICS needed immediately. Person will come on campus for tutoring. Call Scott Theriault (413) 589-9940.

PERSONAL CARE ATTENDANT for a 12 year old girl with special needs. Hours needing to be filled: Monday thru Friday from 7am to 9am and 3pm to 5:30pm. Some flexible weekend hours and potential for additional hours if desired. If interested in all or part of the hours available, please call Isabel Castro at (413) 562-4885.

POSITIONS WITH GOODWILL INDUSTRIES/HARTFORD, CT
Job Coach part time hours. Evaluate, train and supervise people with disabilities and other special needs, participate in implementing rehabilitation plans, develop and implement job development plans and provide documentation on individuals progress. Job Coaches also monitor the health and safety of individuals served and their work areas. Requirements: familiarity and experience in Human Services, with an ability to effectively provide direction and assistance in supported employment settings needed. Must be self-motivated and posses strong written and verbal communication skills. Education requirements: Associate's degree preferred but will consider equivalent work experience and a solid work history. Part time hours, $11.03/hour.
Supported Living Assistants are responsible for assisting in the delivery of services to individuals' with disabilities in the Greater Hartford community. Provides transportation, advocacy, education, guidance and direct/indirect support. Specific training includes activities of daily living, utilization of community resources and socialization. Also required to complete necessary documentation and reports as required by the program and its funding source. Position includes supervisor responsibilities. Requirements: One to three years related experience, familiarity with local communities; a valid drivers license, registered and insured vehicle required for all positions. Education: minimum Associate's degree preferred, but will consider relevant work experience. Hours: 15-20 hours/week, flexible schedule required (will include nights and weekends).
To Apply: Emily Bastia, Employee Relations Specialist, Human Resources, Goodwill Industries, Inc., 285 Dorset Street, Springfield, MA 01108 (413) 784-0455
Email: ebastia@goodwill-spfld-htfrd.org

TELLER POSITIONS (PART-TIME & FLOAT) Freedom Credit Union seeks two part-time tellers for their Chicopee Branch and a small pool of float tellers to service our five branch system. Successful candidates will enjoy working with public and have excellent customer service/communication skills. Competitive hourly rate. Qualified individuals may submit letter of application and resume to: Julia M. Beaudoin, Director of Human resources, P.O. Box 3009, Springfield, MA 01101-3009.

NUTRITIONIST needed on a part time basis for busy WIC program serving Chicopee/Holyoke area. Provides nutrition services (assessment, certification, counseling, education, food package prescription and referrals). BA in public health and/or nutrition with experience in community nutrition. New graduates encouraged to apply. Send resume to: Human Resources, Valley Opportunity Council, Inc. 300 High Street, Holyoke, MA. 01040.

EDUCATION SCHOOL TO WORK INSTRUCTOR Part time 25 hrs weekly assisting students with special needs in vocational settings. Experience with planning and facilitating instruction based on student's individual needs and a college degree are preferred. Submit resume and cover letter to: J756 Allied Rehab 3 Pearson Way Enfield, CT 06082 FAX: 860 .741.6870 www.alliedgroup.org

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT Certified (COTA) Part-time - 4 days per Week for Northampton Public Schools $17.29 - $19.46/hour. Applications will be accepted at the Human Resources Dept., 240 Main St., Northampton, MA 01060 until 10/12/07. See "City Job Postings" at www.northamptonma.gov for download/info.

BANKING - Relationship Banking Opportunity. Westfield Bank seeks qualified part-time staff to fill newly created relationship banking positions. Previous customer service and cash handling experience preferred. Schedules vary from 17 to 24 hours per week based on location. Most require weekend availability. Competitive salary. Must be available for two weeks of paid training. Interested applicants should fax their resume to Ellen at 413-564-2619 or email to: cbussell@westfieldbank.com. No phone calls please.

EDUCATION/CAREER PREPARATION INSTRUCTOR Part-time 20-hour position, evening hours. Responsible for coordinating and implementing the career preparation period for new students. Bachelor's degree and two years teaching experience working with youth. Valid teaching certificate in the state of MA. Computer proficient. Qualified candidates can apply online www.mtcjobs.com or fax resume (413)378-6989 or mail to: Management & Training Corporation, Westover Job Corps Center, 103 Johnson Road, Chicopee, MA 01022 Attention: HR DEPT.

OUTREACH & RESIDENTIAL MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELORS needed in Holyoke /Chicopee and Palmer/ Ware areas full-time and part-time for an innovative program serving individuals with mental illnesses, substance addictions, and/or PTSD. Position will include providing support, ADL skills, and transportation to other supports and services. Qualifications: Experience with the population, BA preferred, proven reliable, valid license, reliable transportation, able to work some weekend and evening hours, bilingual encouraged to apply. Starting rate $10.65 per hour plus excellent benefits. Please send resume to: J. Schwager, Community Support Program, 494 Appleton St., Holyoke, MA. 01040 or Fax (413) 534-9044.

SOCIAL WORKER Social Services Genesis Healthcare Heritage Hall West is a 164-bed skilled nursing facility. We are currently seeking a: Social Worker Part-Time The ideal candidate will be self-directed and enthusiastic. He/she will be responsible for a variety of social services duties on our LTC and Palliative Care Units. In addition, we offer excellent benefits in a great working environment. A bachelor's degree in Social Work or a related field and license are required. MDS experience is preferred. Send resumes to Mary Lynne MacIntrye-Gadde by fax: 413-789-2487 or mail: Heritage Hall West, 61 Cooper St., Agawam, MA 01007. www.genesishcc.com

PROGRAM STAFF The Boys & Girls Club of Chicopee is looking to hire self motivated, energetic, positive role models! Part-time positions available immediately. Work with children between the ages of 6 & 12 during our after school program, between the hours of 2:30-6:00 pm. CPR/First-Aid certified a plus! To apply please stop by the Boys & Girls Club located on 580 Meadow St.,Chicopee, MA

SOCIAL WORKER for the Wernick Adult Day Health Care Center. The successful candidate must be a LSW. New grads welcome! Part time schedule is 15-20 hours per week, Monday-Friday mornings. For additional information, contact Charlene Drake, (413) 567-6211, ext. 1511. Please send resume to:
Jewish Geriatric Services, Human Resources, 770 Converse Street, Longmeadow, MA 01106 Fax: (413) 567-4425 E-mail: kjohnson@jewishgeriatric.org
www.jewishgeriatric.org.

INTERNSHIPS

INTERNSHIP WITH ENVIRONMENTAL LABORATORY seeking science-related background candidates for internships with possible hire after internship. Flexible hours on weekends, nights, days available 10-20 hours/week. Duties to include: environmental sample preparation for metals and organic analysis. Preparation of standards, preparation of samples for extraction, maintaining documentation and other misc. duties as required. Teachers also welcome for part time positions.

COMMUNITY SMOKING INTERVENTION PLANNING PROJECT The Dept. of Public Health (DPH) works with community agencies, medical providers and individuals to design tobacco control interventions that will change community norms in order to influence behaviors and ultimately, reduce tobacco use in the city of Springfield. The intern working on this project will be researching tobacco data, attending community meetings, recruiting community partners and setting up meetings, doing administrative duties tied to the work and generally providing support to the project and the Prevention Department at Gandara Center. The intern must have excellent communication skills, be very organized and have strong computer skills.

HOUSING RESEARCH PROJECT intern would collect data from local housing authorities, private subsidized housing facilities, and assisted living/supportive housing facilities in the Greater Springfield Senior Services 12-community service area. This would help us to assist older people and caregivers with housing needs. Intern will design the survey, collect data via phone and mail, log data, and perform other associated tasks. Flexible hours and days.

INTERNSHIPS WITH OKEMO MOUNTAIN RESORT Internships are available during the winter and spring, November-April, in the following areas: Accounting, Competition Center, Culinary Services, Day care, Human Resources, Learning Center, Marketing, Mountain Operations, Mountain Services, Recreation Center and Snow Stars Program.

EXPENSE PAID CONSERVATION INTERNSHIPS live and work in National Parks, Forests and Historic Sites. Thousands of positions available nationwide. Opportunities in over 50 career disciplines. Serve 12 weeks to 12 months. Gain real career experience. Earn an education award and/or academic credit.

MEDIA SALES AND MARKETING INTERNSHIP From a studio office based in Hadley, Digital Eyes Film is currently at work on the execution of DVD sales in follow up to the recently broadcast anthology Eye on the Dream, and is in the process of initiating an advertising sales effort for re-broadcast of the series scheduled for mid-March of 2008, while simultaneously setting up major project work for production. DEF is seeking a college-age intern with sales and marketing experience to execute DVD sales for Eye on the Dream, and to identify and contact potential advertising sponsors for re-broadcast of the series. The ideal candidate will commit to approximately 8-10 hours per week starting immediately and continuing through the spring, have practical sales experience, strong interpersonal skills, knowledge of MS Word and MS Excel, their own transportation, and be highly self-motivated. Compensation will be granted on a commission basis for all executed DVD sales, and all advertising sponsor contracts independently secured. Out of pocket expenses such as gas and cell phone charges will be reimbursed in full. Previous experience in media sales is preferred, but not required. This is a unique opportunity for a student to gain transferable skills sets through experiential learning, while working directly with the owner of a growing entrepreneurial business. Strong performance could potentially lead to future work for the company, which is poised for significant growth in 2008. F

PART TIME JOBS

SWIM COACH wanted for Springfield Sharks Swim Team. Requirements: Must be enthusiastic and have swim experience. Interested candidates please call Mark 788-8099. Hours Mon.-Thursday 5:30 - 8:00p.m. and Friday 6:00 -7:30p.m. Location: Science-Tech High School. Pay: $12/hour.

ASSISTANT SOFTBALL COACH Part time temporary position. Responsibilities include planning, preparation and implementation of practice plans, game coaching and management; recruiting and scouting; other responsibilities as assigned. Coaching and collegiate playing experience preferred. Send cover letter and resume to Gregory C. Michael, Executive Director of Human Resources and The Career Center, Western New England College, 1215 Wilbraham Road, Springfield MA 01119, or email resume to Rosa Arce: rarce@wnec.edu.

ASSISTANT SWIM COACH Elms College, a NCAA Division III institution, seeks a part time Assistant Swimming Coach for the 2007-2008 season. Responsibilities including assisting the head coach in all aspects of the swimming program. Required: Bachelor's degree in an appropriate field; ability to relate well to the college community, general public and media; dedication to the full academic development of student-athletes; driver's license. Preferred: Previous swimming or coaching experience. Send letter of application, resume and list of 3 references to Elms College, Human Resources, 291 Springfield Street, Chicopee MA 01013 or email: jobs@elms.edu; website: www.elms.edu.

SUBSTITUTE/ RELIEF STAFF FOR MILIEU COUNSELOR POSITIONS Residential program in Springfield MA serving emotionally challenged children ages 5-12 looking for substitute staff to cover shifts for Milieu Counselors. Future opportunities for regular positions or just stay on as a substitute. Day, evening, overnight and weekend shifts available. Paid training to occur Friday, October 19, 2007. Must have completed application and background check to attend. Required: Must be 21 or older; students welcome. Bachelor’s degree and/or 2 years experience in field preferred but will train the right person. $8 per hour to start. Stop in our main office in Northampton to complete application and background check or contact Cutchins Programs for Children & Families, 78 Pomeroy Terrace, Northampton MA 01060; phone 413-584-1310 x308; email: hlabonte@cutchins.org; website: www.cutchins.org.

TUMBLING/GYMNASTICS INSTRUCTOR needed for Saturday morning program for the Windsor Locks Park and Rec. Work: Saturday mornings: Nov 3, 10, Dec 1, 8 and 15 (another two sessions in the Spring). Classes: up to 4 (depending on registration) 40-minute classes - ages 3 / 4 years (2) , 5 / 6 years, and 7 - 10 years. Qualifications: basic gymnastics training. Pay rate: $16 / hour. Deadline: October 12. Contact: Park and Recreation, 50 Church Street, Windsor Locks, CT 06096. Phone: 860 627-1420. Email: parkandrec@wlocks.com. Office Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 12:30 pm.

ACCOUNTING Part-time A/P, A/R: must have Quickbooks experience. $13-15/hr. Resume: roger@solutionsforstaffinginc.com

TRANSPORTATION SECURITY OFFICERS Westover Airbase/Metropolitan Airport. Officers provide security and protection for air travelers, airports and aircraft. Part-time: Starting at $13.98 per hour Plus Benefits. Includes 22.44% Locality Pay. Minimum Requirements: U.S. Citizenship or U.S. National, one year of security or aviation screening experience, English proficiency. Pre-employment medical evaluation, plus a background /credit check. Please apply online at: www.tsajobs.com 1-800-887-1895

HUMAN SERVICES RESIDENTIAL staff needed to work part time weekend positions in Enfield community residences for adults with developmental disabilities. Apply to: U755 Allied Rehab, 3 Pearson Way, Enfield, CT 06082 FAX: 860 741-6870 www.alliedgroup.org

EDUCATION AFTER SCHOOL CHILD CARE PROGRAMS Group Leaders & Substitutes for Springfield & Chicopee Programs needed to work part time. Work with school age children ages 6-12. Positions available in our Springfield after school program. Group Leaders (18 yrs of age), M-F 2pm - 6pm. Individuals must meet EEC guidelines to qualify for employment which includes age requirements; have six months experience working with school age children. Please indicate preferred program site location. Reply to: YMCA of Greater Springfield, 275 Chestnut Street, Springfield, MA. www.springfieldy.org

FEE-FOR-SERVICE THERAPIST needed for an adolescent male residential group home working with DSS affiliated youth, ages 15-18, to provide individual, group and family therapy. Ideal candidate will have 1-3 years experience working with sexually abusive youth and demonstrated skills with assessments and written and oral communication. . Individual will also provide clinical support and training to staff as required. Candidate must have a Master’s degree in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work or other related field. Salary commensurate with experience for this 10-15 hour/week position. If you are interested in this exciting opportunity, apply in person or send resume and cover letter to The Gandara Center, 147 Norman Street, West Springfield, MA 01089; Attn: Karen Geagan. Fax to (413) 781-2176 or email: kgeagan@gandaracenter.org .

COMPUTER INSTRUCTORS The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Holyoke is seeking people who are proficient in computers and who have experience working with children to do computer programs with youth in our after school programs. School-year hours are 3:00-5:30 PM and/or 3:00-8:00 P.M. Summer hours are 9:30-5:30, 1:00-5:00 and/or 5:30-8:00. The Club’s technology programs involve working with youth aged 6-18 on web-based programs, creative writing, graphic arts, e-mail pen pals. The program does not seek to teach youth computer skills that they may already have learned in school, but rather to do projects using the computer as a tool. Club technology instructors are also expected to maintain the hardware in their respective labs, establish and ensure appropriate use of computers in their labs, and meet regularly with the Technology Director. Instructors also participate in recreation programs with youth. Successful candidates are required to be familiar with the following: MS Word, MS Excel, MS Power Point, MS Front Page, MS Digital Images, MS Movie Making, MS Outlook, Photoshop. Please send resumes and the names and numbers of at least two supervisor references to Nancy Budd, Boys & Girls Club of Greater Holyoke, P.O. Box 6256, Holyoke, MA 01041. Resumes can also be faxed at 413-534-7369.

FUNDRAISING WITH MATCHINGDONORS.COM We help people find the transplant donor they need. We are seeking serious professionals immediately for part and full time work with VERY flexible day and evening schedules available. This is a long-term opportunity and will allow you to work around your current schedule . Plus there is room for advancement! You must be 18 years of age or older, and have fundraising experience. You will mostly be answering incoming calls. If interested please call Paul at 781-821-2204. Primary Skills: Multi-tasking; Outbound Calling; Enthusiastic. Job City: Your location. Salary: $9-$10/hour. 16+ hours per week. 12+ months. Experience Minimum: 1 Years. DO NOT REPLY to this message. If interested, call Paul Dooley at (781) 821-2204. CEO-MatchingDonors.com, 766 Turnpike Street, Canton, MA 02021.


WEEK ENDING SEPTEMBER 21, 2007

INTERNSHIPS

MARKETING AND COMMUNICATION INTERNSHIP available at The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts. 15-20 hours per week. Job responsibilities: The Communications Intern will collaborate with Development & Communications Manager and functional leads to support the Development team to plan and implement The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts publications and media outreach, and to ensure that the communications program is appropriately complementing all Food Bank program areas to enhance the organization's effectiveness. The Communications Intern will perform primary functions in the areas of media relations, publications production, writing and editing, and Web site maintenance; in addition to learning/supporting functions that are critical to all aspects of the communications program. Specific job responsibilities include the following: Media Relations will assist in providing support with certain media relations functions, including maintenance of media relations database, pitching, performing media research/identifying potential press prospects, proofreading selected press materials, and preparing press packets. Media Survey: Track, document, and archive coverage of The Food Bank, and issues of concern to hunger related issues, in the general media, trade press and on the Web. Engagement Calendar: Assist in creating and maintaining a calendar of potential speaking opportunities (conferences, meetings, etc.) for staff and board spokespeople, and track actual Food Bank speaking engagements. Research and Project Work: Work with programs and initiatives to elevate their visibility through media outreach and collateral development. Required Skills: exceptional writing, proofreading, editing, copy editing, desktop publishing, and web site management skills. Strong computer skills, especially in desktop publishing/page layout and design, and web site maintenance/design. Excellent communications skills, especially telephone. Some media relations experience preferred. Assignment Length Internships available throughout the year on a semester by semester basis. Benefits to position: experience working for one of the region’s leading non-profits affecting positive change in our community and gaining invaluable experience in communications and media outreach.

MARKETING INTERNSHIPS WITH THE NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS Opportunities: Communications/Public Relations – Revs (writing sample should be submitted); Grass Roots/Promotions Initiatives; Sponsor Relations; Marketing Fulfillment Team; Premium Seating Services; Special Team Events and Function Planning; Soccer Team Operations; Youth Development: Revolution Academy Soccer Camps and Clinics; Broadcast/Entertainment (radio experience preferred). Full-time, part-time, and field internship opportunities are available. Internships are offered year-round. They are primarily scheduled from January – May, June – August, and September – December. Please note all internships are to be completed for academic credit; therefore, students applying for the
program should speak to an academic advisor regarding college/university requirements during the spring semester. All internships are un-paid. Internships are based out of Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA. Public Transportation does not run to the stadium on non-Patriot home game days; therefore, the student must have his/her own source of transportation. Resumes, cover letters and references should be forwarded to: Please indicate the semester term for which you are applying and the initiative you wish to pursue in your e-mail heading and cover letter – i.e. Special Events - Spring ‘08

INTERNSHIPS WITH BRATTLEBORO MUSEUM & ART CENTER Fall/Winter 2007 or Winter/Spring 2008. The museum is a small, growing, non-collecting contemporary art museum where departments are not strictly separated, and staff and volunteers work as a team to produce and install exhibits, offering a range of training not available in larger museums. The working environment is fast-paced, friendly and cooperative. The mission statement of BMAC is "to present art and ideas in ways that inspire, educate, and engage people of all ages." Internships available in all aspects of running a small contemporary art museum. This will include general administrative support to the staff, work on exhibits, research, and assistance to the education curator. Available areas: Administration, Exhibits,
Research, Education. The internship is either full or part-time and offers a stipend of up to $500 for 12 weeks. The schedule may be adapted to fit the intern's availability. A vehicle is recommended, as public transportation is limited.

INTERNSHIPS WITH THE AMERICAN JUNIOR GOLF ASSOCIATION The American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the overall growth and development of young men and women who aspire to earn college golf scholarships through competitive junior golf. The AJGA internship requires extensive travel, is difficult and demanding, but at the same time is very rewarding. No other internship will better prepare you for a career in the golf industry. The internship will help one mature and prepare for one’s future. The AJGA’s staff is respected and viewed with great admiration by parents, players, sponsors and the golf industry. The following information should help you get a better understanding of the duties, responsibilities and rewards of completing the internship. Spring Internships run from March-May. Summer Internships run from May-September. `The AJGA is looking for qualified applicants to serve as tournament communications interns. The interns will travel extensively throughout the United States during the internship and will help conduct national junior golf tournaments. In the spring, two teams of six interns each will be hired, with each intern team being comprised of Operations and Communications. In the summer, six teams of seven interns will be hired and travel with a specific travel itinerary. Tournament communications interns are responsible for performing all on-site communications and media relations duties. Hours: most days will begin between 5-6 a.m. and end between 8-10 p.m. every day of the week, including weekends. Average hours worked per week is around 85 hours with very little time off. If you are not a morning person, require 8 hours of sleep nightly, or have difficulty being away from your family or friends for extended periods of time, this internship is not for you. Interns will learn everything that is involved with conducting a golf tournament.
Communications Internship: Some of the duties and responsibilities include: On-course rules officiating; general tournament set-up and preparation; golf course set-up and preparation; starting and scoring of players; post-round results and news releases; prepare each tournament’s printed materials; tournament photography; distribute results to local and national media; update the AJGA’s Web site: www.ajga.org; media and public relations; monitoring equipment inventory, maintenance and replenishment; public speaking. Qualifications: excellent communication and public relations skills, experience in sports information, media relations or with a newspaper, excellent news writing and editing skills, with the ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines; working knowledge of PC computers (Microsoft Word, Access, Dreamweaver experience preferred); ability to work and communicate in a team atmosphere; photography experience a plus; published media clips; highly motivated; willingness to work long hours; ability to drive and operate company vans and trailers; clean driving record; basic knowledge (rules of golf experience a plus); willingness to take active leadership role.
Tournament Operations: duties and responsibilities include on-course rules officiating; general tournament set-up and preparation; golf course set-up and preparation; starting and scoring of players; media and public relations; monitoring equipment inventory, maintenance and replenishment; public speaking. Qualifications: Basic golf knowledge (rules of golf experience a plus); ability to work and communicate in a team atmosphere; highly motivated; willingness to work long hours in hot/cold weather and endure physical situations such as heavy lifting; ability to drive and operate company vans & trailers; willingness to take active leadership role; excellent communication and public speaking skills; basic computer knowledge and skills (Microsoft Office).
Information on both Internships: Each intern team will consist of five (5) operations interns and two (2) communications interns. The team will travel as a group to various tournaments around the country. Interns spend a great deal of time together striving to achieve common objectives and must be willing to work in a team atmosphere and learn how to effectively solve problems and difficult situations. It is the interns’ responsibility to overcome personal differences and grow as a team throughout the internship. If you are not a team player and find it challenging to meet the stated expectations, this internship is not an appropriate fit for you. Tournament Travel: All intern teams travel via the AJGA's corporate vans. These vans are customized conversion vans and make for a smoother and safer travel than most vehicles. Occasionally, when large distances need to be covered in short time periods, interns will travel via airplane, but the large majority of all travel is done in the vans. Most van trips average between 5-10 hours every week. Expenses: The following expenses will be paid by the AJGA: All travel between sites, to Atlanta for training week and back home at the end of the internship; All meals; Hotel accommodations; Laundry. Salary: $200 per week (all tournament-related expenses paid by Association). To apply:
Please send cover letter, resume, state government-issued three-year (minimum) driving record, three references and three writing samples (AP Style, news writing) You will not be considered unless you submit a state government-issued three-year (minimum) driving record and three writing samples. Upon receipt of all required materials, an application/questionnaire, personal bio request form and a consent form for criminal background check will be sent to you. Those items must be filled out and returned for your application to be complete and to enter the next stage in the hiring process. Applications for the spring or summer internship: priority deadline is December 11, 2007. Finalists for the summer internship will be asked to attend a Recruiting Weekend in Atlanta, Feb. 1-3, 2008. The AJGA will provide lodging, food and reimburse a portion of travel expenses.

PART TIME JOBS

PERSONAL TRAINERS & GROUP EXERCISE INSTRUCTORS Get Fit-Stay Fit, Southwick MA. Fax resume to 413-569-9422 or email staff@getfit-stayfithc.com. Questions, contact Amy Thompson, 413-569-9599.

THE FITNESS EDGE The Fitness Edge, a chain of health clubs throughout Fairfield and New Haven counties in Connecticut, has the following openings. For more information visit http://www.theedgefitnessclubs.com
Location Managers/ Sales Force Part time. Sell The Edge Fitness Club memberships from kiosk locations at the Westfield Trumbull and Milford Malls. Preferred: Solid educational or sales background; experience with or interest in health and fitness; management experience. Required: Strong customer service skills; professional appearance; solid employment history. Hourly pay, commission, bonuses and free gym membership. Email resume and cover letter to fecorp@hotmail.com
Group Exercise Instructor Energetic and upbeat certified instructors with teaching experience to lead a wide array of cutting-edge group exercise classes in any of our 7 facilities. Yoga, Pilates Mat, Spinning, Reebok Core Board, step, resistance training, kickboxing and dance are just a few of the classes we offer. Contact Brianna Ricks, Group Exercise Director at 203-521-7976 or email groupx@optonline.net
Private Pilates Instructor Full and part time positions available. Help clients achieve their goals; assess each individual’s current lifestyle habits, fitness levels and goals; create an effective lifestyle, nutrition and exercise program to achieve personalized results. All of our instructors have nationally recognized Pilates certifications as well as group and one-on-one training experience with Pilates equipment. Call 203-521-7976 or email: groupx@optonline.net
Personal Trainer Help clients achieve their goals; assess each individual’s current lifestyle habits, fitness levels and goals; create an effective lifestyle, nutrition and exercise program to achieve personalized results. Required: College degree in the field of Exercise or Nutrition and/or more than one nationally certified program. Preferred certifications include NASM, RTS and APEX. Call 203-330-1964 or email: gdinat@gmail.com
Membership Advisor Generate new tours in assigned club; schedule appointments with prospective members; sign up new members; manage the membership department; ensure member satisfaction. Required: Goal oriented and highly motivated; good organizational skills; detail oriented. Call 203-330-1964 x25 or email: fecorp@hotmail.com

LIFE SKILLS INSTRUCTOR 2 part time positions, weekend and evening hours. Individuals will be assisting developmentally disabled adults in our supportive living program and community living arrangement programs in West Hartford. Send resume and cover letter to Larry Goldman, Jewish Association for Community Living, 900 Asylum Avenue, Hartford CT 06105.

SOCIAL (OUTREACH) WORKER - TEMPORARY For Chicopee Council on Aging. 18 hours per week for 15 weeks. Required: Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field; experience working with elders. $15 per hour. Deadline: September 21, 2007. Apply to Chicopee Council on Aging, Human Resources, 274 Front Street, Chicopee MA 01013 or email: lrose@chicopeema.gov

EMT PARAMEDICS, INTERMEDIATES & BASICS National Ambulance is hiring for full and part time positions in the Springfield MA area. Call 413-736-0092.

FITMATH INSTRUCTOR the goal of FitMath is to use the principals of health and fitness as a means to support a better understanding of mathematical vocabulary and concepts. The program participants gain confidence in their abilities as well as increase their understanding of terminology in the fields of anatomy, physiology, and, of course, mathematics. The program is held at various Holyoke Public K-8 schools for 2 or 4 days a week (Monday-Thursday) from 4pm-6pm. Mandatory monthly Friday site meetings (2 hours) are necessary and also, attend a quarterly FitMath training session (full day). Skills needed: ability to work with youth in grades 6th, 7th, and 8th; serve as a positive adult role model; basic fitness and math knowledge or willingness to learn; ability to implement FitMath curriculum, as well as assess group and make changes as needed; able to create activities to support the FitMath curriculum; ability to be organized, responsible, self-motivated and ask for help when needed. $15/hour. Contact: Greater Holyoke YMCA, 171 Pine Street, Holyoke, MA 01040 (413) 534-5631.

PARAPROFESSIONALS Immediate openings in Amherst and Northampton to assist in classrooms with students of varying needs. Preference given to individuals with college credits/degree and/or experience working with children who have emotional, behavioral, learning or developmental disabilities. This is a unique opportunity for individuals exploring the teaching profession. Interviews will start immediately. Send resume and letter of interest to HR@Collaborative.org or HEC-HR #562, 97 Hawley Street, Northampton, MA 01060.

THEATRE ASSISTANT for part time work on select nights and weekends. Springfield Jewish Community Center, Springfield, MA. Contact: Amy Kimball (413) 739-4715 or Email: akimball@springfieldjcc.org.

VALET ATTENDANTS needed part and full time. Work at restaurants, hotels, hospitals, ski resorts, and private events in Springfield and Northampton, MA as well as Southern Vermont ski areas. Requirements: Must be able to drive manual transmission, must have own transportation, be available weekends and holidays, have a good driving record, customer service experience a plus. Good pay and free ski passes available. Valet Park of America (877) 455-5552. Visit the website: www.valetparkofamerica.com/employment for online application.

AFTER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT ACTIVITY LEADERS Wanted: Caring individuals proficient in sports, drama, newspaper writing, technology or something similar – and able to share that expertise with students, 1-2 hr a week (3:25-4:25) at Greatfalls Middle School – Gill/Montague. Send letter and resume immediately to: hr@collaborative.org or Hampshire Educational Collaborative, Attn: HR#561 97 Hawley Street, Northampton, MA 01060.

MILIEU COUNSELOR'S substitute and relief staff positions for residential program in Springfield serving emotionally challenged children ages 5-12. Day, evening, overnight and weekend shifts available. BA and/or two years experience in field preferred but will train the right person. $8/hour to start. Paid training to occur on Friday, October 19th. Must have completed an application and background record check to attend. To be considered for the Springfield Program, either stop by the main office in Northampton Monday-Friday to complete an application and background record check or call (413) 584-1310 x308 or email: hlabonte@cutchins.org. Heather LaBonti, Personnel Manager, Cutchins Programs for Children & Families, 78 Pomeroy Terrace, Northampton, MA 01060.
For additional information, please visit www.cutchins.org

TELEMARKETING/APPOINTMENT SETTER with Nescor, replacement window and vinyl siding company. Must be self-motivated with great people-skills. Responsibilities include: outbound/inbound phone calls, data entry, coordinating and organizing sales leads. Compensation includes an hourly base salary plus bonuses/incentives (monthly, quarterly, and yearly). If interested in this opportunity, please e-mail or fax your resume. Jason M. Doll, Client Manager, Landmark Recruiting, LLC Email: jdoll@landmarkarecruiting.net Office: (952) 368-3175 Fax: (952) 361-6697 Website: www.landmarkrecruiting.net.

EMPLOYMENT WITH KID STUFF in Springfield. Positions available: management, games operations, child care, food service, party entertainers, and maintenance. For more information, visit the website at www.kidstuffspringfield.com. Contact: Nancy Bristol, Kid Stuff, 1506 Allen Street (rear), Springfield, MA 01118 Phone: (413) 782-5257

CUSTOMER SERVICE, MARKETING AND COMPUTER GRAPHICS part time flexible schedule Monday-Sunday, 12pm-6pm, 1pm-6pm, 5-pm-8pm.
Salary: $8/hour. Contact: Mr. Chris Perella, Perella Real Estate Co., 37 Harkness Avenue, East Longmeadow, MA 01028 email: cperella@aol.com Phone: (413) 531-5030.

WEEK ENDING SEPTEMBER 14, 2007

INTERNSHIPS

INTERNSHIPSAT THE INSTITUTE FOR HUMANE STUDIES AT GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY
Print Journalism IHS Journalism Internships provide a stipend, housing allowance, and travel allowance. Interns are placed at daily newspapers across the country and participate in an opening career building workshop. The internship offers real reporting assignments -- interns this summer averaged 30 clips. The deadline for early decision is November 1.
Broadcast Journalism IHS Broadcast Journalism internships offer hands-on paid internships at major media networks or news production houses. Last year we sponsored internships at CNN in Atlanta, ABC’s "20/20" in Manhattan, and Fox News in Los Angeles, among others. Spring, summer and fall placements are available.
Production IHS Production Internships are expanding to include placements in video game development in addition to feature film, documentaries, and animation. Spring placements are available in New York, Los Angeles, Washington DC, and other major media centers across the country. Past internship hosts have included Warner Brothers, Focus Features, Big Mouth Productions, and more. We consider applicants at all levels of experience -- from extensive camera work and training in Final Cut Pro to simply a general interest and desire to work in the film and media industry.
Public Policy and Nonprofit Leadership The Charles G. Koch Summer Fellow Program offers internships in three tracks for students and recent graduates interested in public policy or nonprofit management. All placements offer participation in the Washington, DC opening and closing workshops, a $1,500 stipend, travel reimbursement, and housing (or a housing allowance). DC based interns will attend weekly lectures, panels, and small group discussions on current policy topics. Application Deadline: January 31, 2008. State-based Policy -- Placements available at policy organizations in over 20 states.
Public Policy Interns will spend the summer working at think tanks and nonprofit organizations around the Washington, DC area.
Nonprofit Leadership Interns work with top managers at Washington, DC organizations to learn the foundations of developing and running a nonprofit.
Scholarships - Master of Fine Arts IHS Film & Fiction Scholarships award up to $10,000 for tuition and expenses. Open to all students who will be pursuing an MFA full-time in the 2008-2009 school year.
Undergraduate and Graduate Studies The Humane Studies Fellowships award up to $12,000 to outstanding undergraduate and graduate students, including the fields of law and journalism, who are exploring the principles, practices, and institutions necessary to a free society through their academic work. Open to all students pursuing a degree full-time in the 2008-2009 academic year. The deadline to apply is December 31.

INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES with WestMass ElderCare is one of twenty-seven Aging Services Access Points in the State of Massachusetts. WestMass ElderCare offers a diversity of programs and services to preserve independence and the family network. We are here to meet the individual needs of the elder and/or disabled individual at the different stages along the continuum of care, ranging from informational services to in home support, to crisis prevention and nursing home advocacy.
Social Work interns work with case managers as they provide services to elderly clients. The intern has the opportunity to gain hands on experience in assessment, interdisciplinary consultation, and documentation. A professionally qualified supervisor provides supervision.
Nutrition interns work with our Nutrition Director and Nutritionist. They have the opportunity to gain experience in assessments and documentation. They also are work with our Nutritionist in developing menus providing well-balanced meals for the more than 1500 clients who receive home-delivered or congregate meals.
Human Resources work with the current Human Resource Director who has over twenty years experience as a HR Generalist. She is SPHR certified.
Information Technology Department consists of IT Manager and Help Desk Technician. They have the responsibility for hardware and software implementation. Currently involved in transitioning users to a new state mandated program.
Other based on the needs of the students and the resources of WestMass ElderCare.

EVENT COORDINATION INTERNSHIP Milestone Events is looking for a motivated student intern to assist with event coordination and production during the busy season (fall/winter). Flexible schedule TBD based on student's needs. Must be computer savvy, energetic, and hard working. Event planning experience is a plus.

ART DISCOVERY CENTER INTERNSHIP at the Springfield Museums. Meet and greet the public. Introduce visitors to the activities in the ADC, and engage visitors in a dialogue to ensure their museum experience is a pleasant one. Prepare materials for on-going activities in advance, and as needed during public hours. Create hands-on activities that relate to the museums Asian art collection, special exhibitions, and other programs occurring at the museums. Assist and encourage children with activities. Maintain activity stations as needed throughout shift; organize the materials at the end of each jay. For more information, The Hasbro Games Art Discovery Center is located in the George Walter Vincent Smith Museum.

STEP UP SPRINGFIELD INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES needed in Marketing, Event Coordination, Analysis of data/evaluation, Character Development. Call Tim Allen, Executive Director, Step Up Springfield, 184 Mill Street, Springfield, MA 01102

INTERNSHIPS with Mass. Career Development Institute, Inc. Available internships: Adult Basic Education Intern, Instructor/Office Systems Technology Program Intern, Assistant Project Manager-Web Site Design, Assistant Project Manager, Computer Technology Intern. Requirements for all interns: attend general orientation program session; obtain security badge; sign confidentiality form; following agency guidelines regarding proper dress code and attendance and tardiness policy; able to work independently and as a team player; possess strong time management and prioritization skills that allows for flexibility in a fast paced
environment.

DEVELOPMENT/MARKETING/EVENT MANAGEMENT INTERN gain full exposure to all aspects of not-for-profit development and marketing efforts. Spring intern will be involved with special event planning and execution. Work 8-10 hours/week. Unpaid internship.

WASHINGTON INTERNSHIP INSTITUTE offers three internship programs for undergrad and grad students: The Capital Experience serving students of all majors who wish to investigate careers in Washington, DC. The Embassy and Diplomatic Scholars Program serves students with an interest in international relations including languages and business. Building Democracy, the newest program, emphasizes a student’s role in responsible and engaged citizenship and focuses on salient issues in public discourse.

MEDIA INTERNSHIPS in New York City for fall and spring are designed to formulate a rigorous full time semester long study/internship. You will be enrolled in a 400+ hour internship and also take two 3 credit online courses. Both courses – seminars in Media Ethics and Media Management provide students a solid theoretical grounding to match their in-depth field experiences with some of the most competitive firms in the media industry. Internships will commit students to spending 4 days of full time work each week for 12 or more weeks in a professional environment. Students live on the upper east side of Manhattan, at the renowned 92nd St. Y.

BUSINESS INTERNSHIP with ISO New England operating as the Regional Transmission Operator for the six states of New England, ISO manages the comprehensive regional electric power planning and is authorized by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Internship assignments offered in various business and engineering disciplines. You’ll be involved from day one in meaningful projects that will expand your technical, business, and communication skills. Use your creativity and fresh perspectives in an industry that thrives on change while earning a competitive salary.

PART TIME JOBS

COMPUTER TEACHER Part time for Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Elementary School, Springfield MA. Schedule is negotiable. Call Dr. Bonnie Moriarty, Associate Superintendent for Personnel and Curriculum, Diocese of Springfield, at 413-452-0829.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHER & ATHLETIC TRAINER South Hadley High School has openings for a .6 FTE Physical Education Teacher and a part time Athletic Trainer. Athletic Trainer and PE Teacher can be combined into a full position. Send letter of interest, resume and credentials to Dr. Gus A. Sayer, Superintendent, 116 Main Street, South Hadley MA 01075.

FITNESS ROOM ASSISTANT Part time, 15-20 hours. Responsibilities include orienting members to facility and equipment, set-up and breakdown of classes, daily exercise room maintenance and monitoring exercise room. Hours include early evenings and Sundays. Required: National fitness instructor certification. Salary commensurate with experience. Send cover letter and resume to Human Resources, Ludlow Community Center, 91 Claudia's Way, Ludlow MA 01056; fax 413-547-6382; email: ddangelo@ludlowbgc.org

GLBT YOUTH ADVISOR 25 hours per week, some nights and weekends. Enthusiastic and experienced Youth Advisor needed to conduct community based social/ support meetings for GLBT youth. Required: Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent life experience plus minimum 3 years experience in youth leadership and development with GLBT youth; comfortable working with diverse staff and youth; driver’s license, reliable transportation and good driving record. Preferred: Knowledge of Franklin County and North Quabbin Region; bilingual/ bicultural. $13.00 per hour. Send cover letter and resume to Peggy Vezina, Director of Youth Programs, 154 Federal Street, Greenfield MA 01301; website: www.communityaction.us

THE ASSOCIATION FOR COMMUNITY LIVING Springfield MA. Part time positions in the Supported Living Program, working with individuals are who living in their own apartments in Springfield (23 hours per week, $10.07 per hour); Community Companion to provide care, support and opportunities of community excursions for and to a young man (25 hours per week, $10.64 per hour); Respite Providers, providing support to a young man and his Care Provider ($200 per 24 hour shift); and Residential Staff positions (relief or regular basis, $10.07 per hour for regular full or part time hours, $9.07 for relief). For opportunities in the Springfield area, please contact Job-ResSuppSp@theassn.org , phone 413-732-0531 or stop in our Springfield office at One Carando Drive to complete an application. For more information on these and other positions visit: www.theassn.org

MAD SCIENTISTS WANTED flexible, part time work doing fun and educational science activities for/with kids. High energy, theatrical flair, experience with groups of children, must have reliable car. Teaching and/or science experience a plus but not required. Call: Connecticut (800) 338-5711 or Massachusetts (413) 584-7243. Website: www.madscience.org/westnewengland

WEST SPRINGFIELD BOYS & GIRLS CLUB POSITIONS
After-School Tutors Monday-Friday from 3-6pm. Teaching experience preferred.
Art Teacher to work 10 hours/week. Flexible schedule.
After School Group Leaders Monday-Friday from 3-7:30pm. Ages 5-18 years old. Additional hours available during early dismissals and school vacations. Must be First Aid and CPR Certified. School schedule follows the W. Springfield. School calendar.
Apply:: West Springfield Boys & Girls Club, 615 Main Street, West Springfield, MA 01089 website: Wsbgc7@hotmail.com

RESIDENTIAL STAFF POSITIONS available to work on a relief (on call) basis, as well as on a regular basis. Prefer applicants with some contact/experience with adults with developmental disabilities, teaching or nursing experience or be enrolled in a human service, education or liberal arts program. Will train the right person. Individuals certified in First Aid and CPR is a plus but will provide the training to get you certified. Positions pay $10.07/hour for regular full or part time hours and $9.07/hour for relief (on-call as needed) hours. Typically need staff late afternoons, evenings, overnight (both awake and sleep positions) and weekends. If interested, or to get more information, please contact Jeanette Gilmartin, Residential Supports, (413) 731-4569.

AFTER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT INSTRUCTORS WahYaw Youth Enrichment Program is looking for talented individuals who enjoy working with children. The job entails teaching and supervising enrichment programs to children grades K-8. Currently seeking individuals with experience in cake decorating, arts & crafts, music, video editing, dance, self-defense, science, and sports, however we are open to all interests and talents. The job sites and start times may vary depending on dismissal times of the school but general availability should be 2-4:30pm M-F. We are looking for individuals who are enthusiastic, responsible and punctual. Please contact Jim Angelos; WahYaw Program Director, at (413) 210-8982 or wahyaw@juno.com

EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER POSITIONS Looking for: Director of Education, teachers - Infant/Toddlers/Preschool, Assistant Teachers, and Substitute Bus Driver/Teachers. Early Childhood Centers of Greater Springfield, Inc., 15 Catharine Street, Springfield, MA (413) 732-9518.

HEALTH & WELLNESS Aerobic & Fitness Floor Staff PT, evening, weekends. Looking for outgoing, high energy people to join our Scantic Valley Branch Health. H&F Floor Staff , aerobic, and kid's fitness. Fitness background is needed; ability to multi-task is critical; relationship building skills essential; and a great attitude is required! Candidates must be able to lift a min of 50 lbs. and be 18 years old or older. Apply: YMCA of Greater Springfield 275 Chestnut St, Springfield MA or Scantic Valley YMCA, 45 Post Office Park, Wilbraham, MA

AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM Holy Cross School, in Springfield, on the corner of Plumtree Road and Eddywood Street is looking for college students who could work between 2pm and 5:30pm in their Extended Day Program (After School Care). This is done in their gymnasium. The hours between 2 pm and 5:30 pm could be continuous or a portion of those hours. Interested individuals can contact Holy Cross School at 782-5246. The supervising teacher Mrs. Schufreider will get back to interested individuals.

EXERCISE PARTNER FOR YOUNG MAN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS assist him with his workouts. Stretching exercises preferred. No weight training. Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 5:30-8:30. Car preferred. Salary is negotiable. He lives in Springfield near the campus. Phone: Chris D’Amato at 736-4743.

PERSONAL CARE ATTENDANT needed for 22 Year old female quadriplegic in West Springfield looking for responsible PCAs. PCAs to assist with all aspects of personal care including showering, dressing, transferring, etc. Nursing, Rehab, or Physical Therapy students a plus but not required. Training can be provided. All times available. Work mornings 7 days a week and nights 5 days a week. $10 per hour. Driving to work in the morning also needed. For more information and details call Meg at 413-537-3567 or 413-788-9789. Email mgazda@student.umass.edu .

DATA ENTRY/PHONE SKILLS part time hours work evenings and Saturdays starting September 29th. Must have excellent phone skills and fast/accurate data entry skills. $10/hour plus bonus. Honda Financial Services, Holyoke, MA. Contact: Johnson & Hill Staffing Services (413) 746-3535.



WEEK ENDING SEPTEMBER 7, 2007

INTERNSHIPS

INTERNSHIPS WITH FIRST INVESTORS
Administrative Recruiter Internship
As an Administrative Recruiter Intern, you will work closely with the Recruiting Coordinator to search for Financial Services Representative candidates from well established resume sources. From there, you will have the opportunity to screen candidates, schedule interviews, observe the first interview process, observe the second and third interview process, and participate in final candidate selection. As an Administrative Recruiting Intern at First Investors Corporation, you are eligible to earn credit through your college or university. In addition, First Investors Corporation offers one other recruiting related internship, an Executive Recruiter Internship.
Financial Services Internship - Fast Track For college seniors who have already chosen to pursue a career in financial services sales, the First Investors Fast Track Program provides an outstanding way to get a head start. This 13-week program takes place during the final semester of a student's senior year and is available to both May and December graduating classes. You will attend training sessions and be paired with a mentor - a financial services representative - who will work closely with you to teach you the skills needed to become a successful representative. Upon successful completion of the Internship and graduation from college, you may be offered to become a full-time representative. In addition, First Investors Corporation offers two other financial services related internships, Job Shadow and Management Internship. 

SMOKING INTERVENTION PLANNING PROJECT INTERN This project, funded by the Dept. of Public Health (DPH), works with community agencies, medical providers and individuals to design tobacco control interventions that will change community norms in order to influence behaviors and ultimately, reduce tobacco use in the City of Springfield. The 15 month process involves creating a needs and assets assessment, recruiting partners in the project, drafting a project plan that indicates strategic directions and actions. Projects will require evaluation and communication components. The final project plan will be sent to DPH in June, 2008. The intern who works on this project will be researching tobacco data, attending community meetings, recruiting community partners and setting up meetings, doing administrative duties tied to the work and generally providing support to the project and the Prevention Department at Gandara Center.
The intern must have excellent communication skills, be very organized and have strong computer skills. MARKETING INTERNSHIP WITH NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS The New England Patriots are actively looking for new interns to aid us in out marketing efforts. We are in need of enthusiastic, self motivating, and outgoing individuals whom are looking for a start in the sports industry that are available to start working as soon as possible and into the next semester. Marketing Department, New England Patriots, New England Revolution, Gillette Stadium,

GRAD INTERN Falcon Sports Marketing, United States Air Force Academy.lcon Sports Marketing, the exclusive marketing and multi-media rights partner for Air Force Athletics and a division of CBS Collegiate Sports Properties, is seeking qualified candidates to fill the position of Graduate Intern. The position is located in Colorado Springs, CO and will be filled immediately. Reports Directly to the General Manager, Falcon Sports Marketing. Assist with day-to-day tasks necessary to insure the overall success of Falcon Sports Marketing. Responsible for sales prospecting, cold calls, presentation development, and ultimately bringing new partners on board. Responsible for fulfilling all benefits per corporate partner agreements and developing relationship between partners and Falcon Sports Marketing. Responsible for preparing sales packages/presentation materials for all Falcon Sports Marketing employees. Responsible for creation, planning, and implementation of Falcon Sports Marketing and/or CBS Collegiate Sports Properties special events. Responsible for creation, planning, and implementation of sponsor promotions, including coordination of in-game promotions with Air Force Athletics. Developing and helping execute traffic building promotions with clients. Client contract fulfillment, execution and review. Responsible for collection of advertisements from partners and distribution of such to radio flagship station and game day programs. Responsible for coordination of sponsorship presentation on printed promotional material with Air Force Athletics. Entertain and cultivate sponsors in various settings. Be available to travel for client presentations or cultivation. Be available on Game Day Saturdays, evening athletic contests and coach’s radio shows. Be available for hours and duties in correlation to the responsibilities of Falcon Sports Marketing. Complete all necessary paperwork and reports in allotted time frame. Represent CBS Collegiate Sports Properties and Falcon Sports Marketing in a professional manner.

NCAA INTERNSHIP PROGRAM offering one year internships at its national office in Indianapolis, Indiana, providing on-the-job learning experiences for college graduates who express an interest in pursuing a career in the administration of intercollegiate athletics. These are paid 12 month internships. Areas of the NCAA that offer intern positions are: Administrative Services, Branding and Communications, Championships, Corporate and Broadcast Alliances, Division I Men's and Women's Basketball, Diversity and Inclusion, Education Services, Enforcement, Governance, Membership Services/Student-Athlete, Reinstatement, NCAA Eligibility Center. To apply: in September, go to www.ncaa.org, scroll over the "About The NCAA" tab, and click on "Diversity." Click "NCAA Internship Program" under Diversity Programs. Fill out online application. Send your official transcript from the final degree awarding institution or program (undergrad, grad, or professional) to the NCAA national office. Remind endorsers to fill out the online endorsement form from an NCAA generated email. PART TIME JOBS

PERSONAL CARE ATTENDANTS
22 Year old female quadriplegic in West Springfield looking for responsible PCAs. PCAs to assist with all aspects of personal care including showering, dressing, transferring, etc. Nursing students a plus but not required. Training can be provided. All times available. Mornings 7 days a week and nights 5 days a week. 10$ per hour. Driving to work in the morning also needed. For more information and details call Meg at 413-537-3567 or 413-788-9789. Email mgazda@student.umass.edu

SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDCARE Family of 7 seeking and experienced dependable person to work with our 10 year old autistic son and occasionally look after a 5 year old daughter. Thomas is lovable, fun, and likes activity. He has limited speech. Hours are roughly 20 per week in the 3:30p-6p range during the week, and vary between 11a-8p on Saturdays. Pay is $10-$12 an hour depending on experience. Applicants must have a valid drivers license. Please call Maggie at 734-7270.

SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDCARE responsible, hard working individual to provide services to a four year old boy with Autism. All necessary training is provided, and the hourly rate is $10.84/hour. Call Sharon at (413) 736-0407.

ACTIVITY LEADERS The 21st Century Community Learning Center at Greenfield Middle School is looking for energetic, enthusiastic, patient, and innovative individuals to be Activity Leaders in the after school program. Activity Leaders’ duties include teaching, leading, and participating in fun activities with students from 5th to 8th grade. Enrichment activities can vary depending on the Activity Leader’s specialty and abilities and can range from cooking, to sports, to arts and crafts and even dance. Prior work with 5th through 8th grade students is a plus. Hourly wage is $10-$15 per hour depending on experience. Start date for the first quarter is 09-13-07; the position is ten weeks long and can be up to 12 hours a week. Program hours are from 3pm to 5:30pm Monday through Thursday and 3pm-5pm on Fridays. We have openings for one day a week and up to 5 days a week. Be a leader in youth development. Send letter and resume immediately to hr@collaborative.org or Hampshire Educational Collaborative, Attn: HR#561 97 Hawley Street, Northampton, MA 01060

PERSON-TO-PERSON SALES REPRESENTATIVES $7/hour along with an attractive commission and bonus package; paid mileage and part-time benefits;
professional work environment with fun contests and incentives; great team of seasoned professionals with whom you’ll work; paid training provided. Reliable vehicle and cell phone required. Apply in person M-F 9-4 at: The Republican, Human Resources Department, 1860 Main Street, Springfield, MA 01103

TUMBLING COACH local high school cheerleading varsity (Western Mass Champions) and JV squad (Pioneer Valley Champions) looking for a tumbling coach for two hours on Saturday mornings. Great bunch of eager girls wanting to improve their tumbling skills. Great hourly pay. Call Coach Christina (413) 949-0452 or Pam (413) 433-4608.

AFTER SCHOOL ATHLETICS PROGRAM FOR TEENS The Boys & Girls Club Of Chicopee Teen Center is seeking energetic, individuals who enjoy athletics. Work in our after school and evening programs. Experience + passion to work with teens is a must. Apply @ 580 Meadow St., Chicopee, Ma.

LUDLOW BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OPENINGS
After School Group Leader to work Mon.-Fri. 2:30-5:30 (may be flexible). Responsible for assisting in planning and implementing after school activities as well as supervising a group of 15-25 school age children. Must have six months experience working with children. Education majors preferred. Will be required to obtain certification in first-aid and CPR within 6 months of hire. Salary negotiable based on experience.
Before School Group Leader Mon.-Fri. 6:30am-9:00am (may be flexible). Responsible for assisting in planning and implementing before school activities as well as supervising children. The program will provide a great working experience for those pursing a career in education. Salary negotiable based on experience.
Art Instructor to work Mon.-Fri. from 2:30-5:30. Responsible for planning and implementing arts & crafts activities in a group of 15-25 school age children. Salary negotiable based on experience.
The jobs listed above require six months experience working with children. Education majors preferred. Will be required to obtain certification in first-aid and CPR within 6 months of hire. Salary negotiable based on experience. Send or email resumes to: Ludlow Community Center, 91 Claudia's Way, Ludlow, MA 01056. Attn: Katie Mitus Email: kmitus@ludlowbgc.org

PART TIME TELEPHONE SALES REPRESENTATIVE. Respond to telephone inquiries, act as a liaison for complaint resolution and develop new business through cross-selling additional bank products/services to customers. Answer all product knowledge telephone inquiries, thereby determining caller’s needs and fitting them with appropriate bank products and services. Service consumer loan customers over the phone. Support all direct marketing campaigns. Process special customer requests (e.g., stop payments, memo postings, etc.). Perform all other duties as assigned. One year customer service and sales experience high school graduate with knowledge of basic banking operations and products, accuracy in handling transactions; detailed oriented, preferred, and the ability to work well in a fast-paced environment. 20 hours/week, Monday-Friday from 11-3pm. Functional Requirements: An individual's physical or mental needs will be accommodated where reasonable. The usual abilities are: communication skills in order to maximize business contacts with potential and current customers and the ability to operate a personal computer and other office equipment . External applicants can fax their resume to Human Resources (413) 735-6771, email their resume to humanresources@bankwmass.com or complete an application at any branch location. Application deadline 9/12/07.

CHILD CARE We are looking for an energetic and responsible Nanny/mother’s helper for my two boys, Monday through Friday 11am to 5 pm (can be a little flexible). You must have a clean driver’s record and a car to help pick up and drop off from school. If interested please call or email. We pay between 10 and 12 dollars an hour, based on qualifications. Jaimee Arnold, 20 Eton Rd, Longmeadow, MA Phone: 413 - 567-7775 email: jazick@hotmail.com

EXERCISE PARTNER FOR YOUNG MAN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS assist him with his workouts. Stretching exercises preferred. No weight training. Tuesday's and Thursday's from 5:30-8:30. Car preferred. Salary negotiable. Lives on Roosevelt Ave., Springfield, MA Phone: Chris D'Amato at 736-4743.

GOODWILL INDUSTRIES POSITIONS
Respite Job Coach will be responsible for providing respite support for individuals with developmental disabilities living in a Foster Home Care site. Provide coverage and inclusion activities in the community. Also, provide the guidance and training that is needed in the persons daily life in order for the individual to function with as much independence as is possible. One to two years experience. Must have reliable vehicle with valid driver's license. 6 hours flexible schedule. $9-$10/hour.
Respite Worker to work in the Family & Community Supports Department. Individuals filling these positions are responsible for providing respite support for children/adults with developmental disabilities living at home. Community/peer group inclusion, consultation with families and documenting progress are all important aspects of the position. Respite Workers also provide case management, emergency services and transportation to individuals assigned. Must be light-hearted, flexible, dependable, caring and a true people-person. Able to work evenings and weekends is also essential. Experience: one to three years experience in related field/occupation required. Volunteer experience may also be considered. Hours: relief, part time hours, flexible schedule. $9/hour.
Supported Living Assistant to provide direct support to individuals with disabilities in a group home in Pittsfield, MA. Duties include but are not limited to transportation, advocacy, recreation, education and guidance. Will also be responsible for assisting individuals in their daily living tasks such as meal preparation, house cleaning and personal care. Documentation of individual progress and activities is required. Strong communication skills, as well as great care and sensitivity are required. Must be available for overnight and weekend shifts. Experience: one+ years related experience preferred, but will train the right person. Must be able to work independently and flexibly within the program. A reliable vehicle, valid driver's license and proof of current automobile insurance is required. 15/hours week. $8.50/hour.
Stop in and fill out an application or submit resume and cover letter to: Emily Bastia, Human resources Department, Goodwill Industries, 285 Dorset Street, Springfield, MA 01108 Fax: (413) 784-0455 Email: ebastia@goodwill-spfld-htfrd.org

WEEK ENDING AUGUST 27, 2007

INTERNSHIPS

PUBLIC RELATIONS INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES Regan Communications Group is one of the largest full-service, privately owned public relations firms in the country. With a professional staff drawn from the worlds of media, PR and government, who have an intimate knowledge of newspaper, television, radio, magazine and internet coverage, Regan has the credentials and credibility of the best known PR firm in the Bay area. Clients range in the industry from hospitality to sports to politics. We are looking for office marketing and PR interns for the Fall of 2007. Interns are not paid, but credit is available in accordance to college/university policy. To gain practical knowledge of the PR world, interns will be given the opportunity to complete various tasks in and out of the office. This includes writing and sending your own press releases and media advisories to the various local media, and posting events on Internet social calendars. Oftentimes, interns will update our various databases and make follow-up calls with the media for our various clients. Enthusiastic interns will enjoy brainstorming and performing promotional ideas. There will be many opportunities to work on-site to experience the pleasures and successes of event planning and execution. Because interns are an integral part of the team, with hard work and meticulous preparation, your creative ideas will always be considered, and even implemented. Qualifications: We are looking for applicants with the following characteristics: Entering their junior or senior year, with expected degrees in related fields (marketing, public relations, advertising). Familiar with Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Outlook, and Microsoft Explorer. Available to work 3-4 days a week (8 hour days), with occasional odd hours for night and weekend events. Exceptional grasp of verbal and written language, in addition to a confident, proactive, responsible and independent work ethic. Creative, motivated, and genuinely enthusiastic personalities! Location:106 Union Wharf*, Boston, MA 02109 *Walking distance from MBTA stops Government Center (Green Line), Aquarium (Blue Line), South Station (Red Line). S

PUBLIC AFFAIRS INTERN McLean Hospital, Belmont, Mass. Work at Harvard Medical School’s largest psychiatric teaching hospital, one of the oldest and most renowned psychiatric hospital in the United States. Position Summary: Performs basic writing and office tasks to support McLean’s internal and external communications programs. While assisting Public Affairs, the Public Affairs Intern develops stronger professional knowledge as part of his or her education.
Educational Requirements: Significant progress toward, or achievement of, a bachelor’s degree in public relations, communications, English, marketing or related field. Skills: Strong written and oral communication skills with a proficiency in Microsoft Word, WordPerfect and other computer software programs. Ability to work well independently and with people. Superior organizational skills and ability to prioritize, meet deadlines and follow up on tasks. Promptness and reliability a must. Duties and Responsibilities: Writes stories for internal newsletter and other communications vehicles. Gathers information and writes basic news releases and media background materials for use by public affairs staff, collates office media reports. Performs basic office tasks, such as filing, faxing, stuffing envelopes, distributing hospital literature around campus and updating hospital bulletin boards. Updates media lists, assists in coordination of media relations.
Experience: Must be a student or recent college graduate in public relations, communications, marketing or related field. Previous writing experience (student newspaper, etc.) not necessary but a plus. Web page writing and posting a plus. Salary: $9.50/hour. Start Time: September 2007.

MARINE CORPS INTERNSHIPS My name is Captain Jason Chaput. I am the Marine Corps Officer Selection Officer for Western New England and am in charge of finding qualified college undergrad students and grads who desire to become officers in the Marine Corps. I have conducted information displays on campus over the past two years at Cheney Hall. The two programs that I deal with are the Platoon Leaders Class (PLC) and the Officer Candidate Class (OCC). Both programs are paid internships that take place at Officer Candidate School (OCS) in Quantico, VA. The PLC Program is for college freshmen through juniors. The OCC Program is for college seniors and grads. The programs take place during the summer so that the students will remain fully enrolled in college. Graduation from college is a requirement to be commissioned as an officer. The basic purpose of the officer programs is for the Marine Corps to screen officer candidates for leadership potential. The students that attend OCS are evaluated in the three areas of physical fitness, academics, and leadership. Attending OCS does not obligate a student to accept his/her commission as an officer in the Marine Corps. There is financial aid and tuition assistance available for those students that successfully complete OCS.

INTERNSHIPS WITH THE MASS OFFICE OF TRAVEL & TOURISM Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism (MOTT) is the stage agency dedicated to promoting Massachusetts as friendly, family-oriented destination set in the midst of rich historical and cultural tradition. MOTT's budget is derived from a portion of the state hotel room occupancy tax and is therefore responsible for encouraging overnight stays, as well as increasing tourism related spending and payroll. MOTT serves as a leader in the tourism industry, bringing together the public and private sectors to promote Massachusetts as a leisure destination. Duties may include: Writing and distributing press releases; Updating media and tourism industry databases; Fulfilling media requests for slides/videos/photography; Assist with travel journalist familiarization trips of Massachusetts; Work with domestic and international marketing departments on creation of new marketing materials and promotions; Work on the annual Massachusetts Getaway Guide; Phone support and fulfillment of marketing materials; Assist research director with special projects;
Work on Multi Cultural, Green and other tourism initiatives. Internships are for credit only and must work at least 15 hours per week

COMMUNICATIONS INTERNSHIP (15-20 hours per week). Responsibilities: The Communications Intern will collaborate with Development & Communications Manager and functional leads to support the Development team to plan and implement The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts publications and media outreach, and to ensure that the communications program is appropriately complementing all Food Bank program areas to enhance the organization's effectiveness. The Communications Intern will perform primary functions in the areas of media relations, publications production, writing and editing, and Web site maintenance; in addition to learning/supporting functions that are critical to all aspects of the communications program. Specific job responsibilities include the following: Media Relations: Assist in providing support with certain media relations functions, including maintenance of media relations database, pitching, performing media research/identifying potential press prospects, proofreading selected press materials, and preparing press packets. Media Survey: Track, document, and archive coverage of The Food Bank, and issues of concern to hunger related issues, in the general media, trade press and on the Web. Engagement Calendar: Assist in creating and maintaining a calendar of potential speaking opportunities (conferences, meetings, etc.) for staff and board spokespeople, and track actual Food Bank speaking engagements. Research and Project Work: Work with programs and initiatives to elevate their visibility through media outreach and collateral development. Required Skills: Exceptional writing, proofreading, editing, copy editing, desktop publishing, and web site management skills. Strong computer skills, especially in desktop publishing/page layout and design, and web site maintenance/design. Excellent communications skills, especially telephone.
Some media relations experience preferred. Assignment Length: Internships available throughout the year on a semester by semester basis. Benefits to position:
Experience working for one of the region’s leading non-profits affecting positive change in our community and gaining invaluable experience in communications and media outreach. Interested

MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS/BOSTON INTERNSHIP The Museum of Fine Arts is now accepting applications for fall 2007 internships. We are excited about the broad range of areas in which intern opportunities occur – from curatorial research and administration to public relations, retail operations and public learning programs and even publications. The listing of all the current opportunities along with directions and deadlines for submitting applications, are now posted on our web site: www.mfa.org/master/sub.asp?key=1342&subkey=1481 Please share this information with anyone in your organization, (students and/or colleagues), who may be interested. Questions not answered in the contents of the web site may be directed to the Volunteer & Community Programs office.

IT INTERNS Human Service agency in Springfield looking for an intern to help with some of their computer needs. Contact: Karen Cabana,
Executive Secretary, Child & Family Service of Pioneer Valley, Inc., 367 Pine Street, Springfield, MA 01105 413-737-1426 ext. 149, fax: 413-734-2549
email: kcabana@cfs.org

INTERNSHIPS for individuals interested in gaining practical business experience in database management, marketing, sales, and account management. Boston Environmental is a unique product-service marketing company that specializes in fuel oil tank monitoring and corrosion protection. This program is marketed to residential homeowners through home heating oil dealers. Internships are highly competitive and structured around the interests of each specific candidate. Full-time and part-time internships are available during the following terms (please specify a preferred term in your cover letter): Fall (September - December), Winter/Spring (January - April), Summer (May - August). The length of an internship with BE is one semester or 12 weeks during the summer. An intern will work between 20 and 40 hours a week, as determined at the time of hiring, and will be paid accordingly. We are currently still looking for an individual to intern for the summer. Minimum Requirements
ˇ Excellent interpersonal, communication skills, and ability to work as a team. ˇ Excellent writing and analytical skills. ˇ Excellent organizational skills. ˇ Ability to take on own tasks. ˇ Computer proficiency. Specific Tasks: ˇ Maintaining and updating warranty database. ˇ Working closely with Sales Manager and participating in all aspects of the sales process. ˇ Producing mail merges used to communicate with target companies and existing customer base. ˇ Researching potential new markets.
ˇ Working directly with clients in an account management role. ˇ Overseeing the warranty claim process. Alicia Richards, Boston Environmental (The TankSure Program). 1 Harbour Place Suite 410, Portsmouth NH 03801 Darin_Novak@bostonenv.com Phone: 603-334-1008 Fax: 603-334-1001

JUVENILE DIABETES RESEARCH FOUNDATION INTERNSHIPS (2) College Internship Schedule - Fall (Early September-December). Spring (February-May). Summer (June-August). Interns involved in the Walk, the Promise Ball Gala, and the Outreach program. Interns need to spend some time weekly, in the Farmington, CT office as well as have an active part in the two Walks on Sept. 30th at Rentschler Field in East Hartford, CT and October 14th at Six Flags in Agawam, MA Contact: Bethany Spada, Special Events Coordinator, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, 20 Batterson Park Road, 3rd Floor, Farmington, CT 06032 Phone: 888-533-9255 ext. 13 Email: bspada@jdrf.org

PART TIME

HOME CARE/CLEANING with very little light personal care for elderly woman living in the Hampden, MA area. Work begins September. Must be non-smoker and wear no perfume. Will discuss hours and particulars when you call. Call Karen Howlett (413) 566-0001.

RECRUITING ASSISTANT Hult International Business School. Join the recruiting team for the MBA program ranked 22 in the US by The Economist. We are looking for a driven and energetic person to contact and qualify leads from around the world, as candidates for the Hult MBA program. You will be responsible for: calling and emailing international MBA candidates; speak about the program and engage leads into our application cycle; collect application pieces from candidates; passing qualified and interested leads to recruiters. Skills: experience with internet (web and email); experience with computers (MS Office); fluency in foreign language a plus. Other special skills: effective verbal skills; ability to learn quickly; positive, people-oriented and energetic; motivated to meet customer needs. Part time shifts available (minimum 3 shifts per week). 9am-2pm (Saturday), 11am-3pm (Mon-Thurs.), 5pm-9pm (Mon.-Thurs.), other hours as needed. Email your resume to Clarissa Taveras, Recruitment Coordinator, Hult International Business SchoolEmail: clarissa.taveras@hult.edu

JOB DEVELOPER Part time or full time Job Developer for persons with disabilities. CT Public Service License with clean record required; bilingual preferred. Send resume to CW Resources,

LABORATORY TECHNICIAN 25 hours per week. Deadline: August 20, 2007. Required: Ability to learn to work with and maintain laboratory instruments and set up introductory physics labs; excellent organizational skills; ability to plan ahead.

FIELD HOCKEY INSTRUCTOR the City of Westfield for the Parks and Recreation Department. Duties include teaching and supervising children in the sports of Field Hockey. Thorough knowledge of field hockey and prior field hockey instructional experience preferred. Position runs August-October with practices in the evenings and games on weekends. $15/hour. Applications and job descriptions are available at City of Westfield, City Hall, Personnel Department, 59 Court Street, Westfield, MA 01085. All applicants must submit to a CORI/SORI check. Any questions, call Ann Marie Heiser, Community Services Director at 572-6263 or email: a.heiser@cityofwestfield.org Email: wparkrec@exit3.com

SITE COORDINATOR for Great Falls Middle School ($16 to $20/hr.28 hrs/week – 44 weeks). The position runs Sept 1st to July 1st. Coordinator is responsible for overall management of the after school program, program design, and implementation, hiring, training, supervising staff, building community partnerships, and maintaining database/program records. Applicants should have a degree in education, recreation, social work or related field; prior experience with youth and program management preferred. Full benefits available. Collaborate with school staff, parents and community organizations. Be a leader in youth development. Send letter and resume immediately to hr@collaborative.org or Hampshire Educational Collaborative, Attn: HR#561 97 Hawley Street, Northampton, MA 01060

PART TIME POSITION IN GREENFIELD A fun flexible energetic individual to work with elementary aged children, ages 5-11, supervising snack, recess, homework time, and structured class time. Bring your individual talents such as sports, arts, music, etc to our program. This a part time /no benefits position Monday-Friday 2:30-5:30 PM. Hourly rates range from $9-$15 an hour. Position begins at the end of August and runs through mid-June. This 21st CCLC After School Program runs out of the Federal Street Elementary School, Greenfield, Ma. Contact: Jennifer Taggart at 413-774-7810 or tag_jenn@yahoo.com

TEEN AFTER SCHOOL & EVENING PROGRAMS at The Chicopee Boys & Girls Club. The Boys & Girls Club Of Chicopee Teen Center is seeking energetic, individuals who enjoy athletics. To work in our after school and evening programs. Experience + passion to work with teens is a must. Apply at: Chicopee Boys & Girls Club, 580 Meadow St., Chicopee, Ma.

PARAPROFESSIONALS Fall openings in Amherst and Northampton to assist in classrooms with students of varying needs. Preference given for individuals with college credits/degree and/or experience working with children who have emotional, behavioral, learning or developmental disabilities. This is a unique opportunity for individuals exploring the teaching profession. Interviews will start immediately. Send resume, letter to HR@Collaborative.org or HEC-HR #562, 97 Hawley Street, Northampton, MA 01060.

GOODWILL POSITIONS
Respite Worker - Springfield area.
Relief part time hours, flexible schedule. $9.61/hour. Work in the Family and Community Supports Department, providing respite support for children/adults with developmental disabilities living at home. Community/peer group inclusion, consultation with families and documenting progress are all important aspects of the position. Respite Workers also provide case management, emergency services and transportation to individuals assigned. Must be light-hearted, flexible, dependable, caring and a true people-person. Able to work evenings and weekends is also essential. Requirements: one to three years experience in related field/occupation required. Volunteer experience may also be considered. Requirements: Must be able to interact freely and positively with individuals with disabilities in the home as well as in the community. Must be willing and able to foster new experiences and growth for individuals and provide the support necessary for overall success and satisfaction.
Respite Job Coach - Springfield area. Part time hours, flexible schedule. $9-$10/hour. The respite job coach will be responsible for providing respite support for individuals with developmental disabilities living in a Foster Home Care site. This will involve providing coverage and inclusion activities in the community. In addition, provide the guidance and training that is needed in the consumers' daily life in order for the individual to function with as much independence as is possible. Experience: one to two years experience. Requirements: prefer Associate's degree in related field. Must have a reliable vehicle with valid driver's license.
Supported Living Assistant - Hartford, CT. 3 part time positions available. 10-20 hours/week. Flexible schedule required including nights and weekends. $11/hour. Supported living assistants are responsible for assisting in the delivery of services to individuals with disabilities. Provide transportation, advocacy, education, guidance and direct/indirect support. Specific training includes activities of daily living, utilization of community resources and socialization. Also required
to complete necessary documentation and reports as required by the program and its funding source. Position includes supervisor responsibilities. Experience: one to three years related experience, familiarity with local communities, a valid driver's license, registered and insured vehicle required. Minimum of an Associate's degree preferred, but will consider relevant work experience.
Stop in and fill out an application or submit a resume and cover letter to: Emily Bastia, Human Resources Department, Goodwill Industries, 285 Dorset Street, Springfield, MA 01108 Fax: (413) 784-0455 Email: ebastia@goodwill-spfld-htfrd.org

GYMNASTICS INSTRUCTOR Enthusiastic individual who enjoys working with children needed to work part time in East Longmeadow facility. Good pay.
Afternoons, evenings and weekends. No experience necessary; will train the right individual. Inquire: info@pioneergymnastics.com or call (413) 525-1291.

BANK TELLERS Several part time Teller I openings in various locations in Springfield and Ludlow. Posting Title Teller I. Minimum $10.05. Mid Point $12.55
City - Springfield/Ludlow. Summary Processes routine transactions for customers including opening and servicing customer accounts, accepting loan payments and cashing checks. Ensures all policies and procedures are followed when processing transactions. Develops and maintains knowledge of Company product and service offerings to promote Company products and services and refer customers to appropriate Retail staff and other business lines for additional information. Resolves problems, escalating more difficult issues to more experienced staff members. Sells products such as money orders, traveler’s checks, savings bonds and bank checks. Promotes Company products and contributes to the overall sales growth of the Company. Ensures that mystery shop service standards are achieved. Ensures that own work, as well as work of any employees supervised, is in compliance with applicable laws, regulations and guidelines, as detailed in policies located on Company intranet; policies include but are not limited to Fair Lending, Know Your Customer, Bank Secrecy Act and other applicable anti-money-laundering policies. Requirements: May be required to move bags of coin short distances. Required to stand for extended time periods. Required to keyboard for extended time periods. Occasional bending and stooping required. Pool positions require regional travel to assignments as the workload requires. High School Diploma or the equivalent combination of education and work experience required. Up to 1 year financial services/office experience required. Demonstrated customer service skills preferred. Sales experience preferred. Basic referral skills. Ability to work in a fast paced environment. Strong verbal communication skills. Previous cash experience preferred. Basic math/arithmetic skills. Basic PC skills. Please apply on-line at: TD Banknorth.com, Cheryl Weagraff, Human Resource Rep., TD Banknorth Massachusetts N.A., 1141 Main Street, Springfield, MA 01103 MA 046-22 Phone: 413-748-8305 Fax: 413-748-8111
Cheryl.Weagraff@TDBanknorth.com

HAMPSHIRE REGIONAL YMCA Openings for Personal Trainers, Y-Cycle Instructors, Wellness Floor Staff, Lifeguards, Gymnastics Instructors (for the fall), Front Desk Help and Child Care Staff. Applications available at the front desk of the Hampshire Regional YMCA, 286 Prospect Street, Northampton MA 01060.

ASSISTANT COACH – WOMEN’S SOCCER Part time. Bay Path College is looking for an energetic and knowledgeable Assistant Soccer Coach for its NCAA Division III team. Responsible for assisting the head coach in coaching, recruiting, conditioning and training student athletes; planning, coordinating and attending competitions and practices; fundraising, marketing and public relations to promote the soccer program. Required: Excellent interpersonal skills; CPR certification; ability to work non-traditional hours and travel. Preferred: Bachelor's degree; minimum of 2 years experience in collegiate coaching. Send resume, cover letter and salary requirements to Human Resource Office, Bay Path College, 588 Longmeadow Street, Longmeadow MA 01106; phone 413-565-1000; fax 413-565-1171; email: hr@baypath.edu

ATHLETIC TRAINER 10-month position, flexible hours. Primary duties include prevention of athletic injuries, athletic training coverage at home games and practices. Submit letter of interest, resume, evidence of current MA licensure and 3 recent letters of reference to Thomas Witham, Southwick-Tolland Regional School District, 86 Powder Mill Road, Southwick MA 01077.

COUNSELOR Join clinical team of innovative community-based mental health program serving persons with psychiatric disturbance. Flexible schedule to 30 hours per week. Required: Bachelor’s degree in Psychology or Social Work; 2 years related experience. Contemplative practice a plus. Training provided. Starting at $12 to $13.50 per hour. Contact Kate Richardson, Windhorse Associates, 211 North Street, Suite 1, Northampton MA 01060; email: info@windhorseassociates.org; website: www.windhorseassociates.org

PART TIME FOR CARDIAC SERVICES Raytel Cardiac Services, leader in cardiac monitoring, is looking for several permanent part-time individuals in our Windsor, CT office. Qualified candidates must be willing to work between 16 and 20 hours a week, be reliable, have excellent computer skills, and possess superior customer service skills. Raytel offers flexible hours and excellent wages in a professional environment. Please forward letter of interest to HR@raytel.com.

YMCA POSITIONS
Customer Service Representative at Wilbraham YMCA. Part time hours. Our ideal candidate must be age 21 or older, outgoing, energetic, reliable, and a committed team player with a passion to work in a fast paced community based organization; must have superior customer service skills, exceptional ability to multi-task & problem solve, be focused with strong attention to details and solid computer skills. Weekend shifts available.
Daycare Teachers at Wilbraham YMCA. Part time hours. Sub teachers; all positions must meet EEC Qualifications.
Springfield: Lead Teacher Preschool & Teacher I/T. Part Time. Mon - Fri. A NAEYC accredited childcare center needs lead teacher & teacher substitutes Requirements for Lead Teacher must have minimum Associates Degree in related field; Salary range is $11.30 - $12.54/hr; Teacher salary range $8.00 - $9.36 hr; all positions must meet EEC Qualifications. Excel benefits package including membership privileges.
Group Exercise Instructors Wilbraham: Instructors for morning & evening classes. Must have national group exercise certification and be willing to work with diverse populations. Must possess great customer service skills, be energetic, enthusiastic and an overall team player.
Before/After School Child Care Programs Site Directors, Group Leaders and Substitutes for Springfield, Chic, Monson, Palmer, West Springfield & Wilbraham Programs PT - Do you enjoy working with school age children ages 6-12? Positions available in our school age programs starting mid-August. All locations need Site Directors (20 or older, supervisory skills necessary) and Group Leaders (18 yrs of age), M-F 2pm - 6pm. Individuals must meet EEC guidelines to qualify for employment which includes age requirements; must have high school diploma or equivalent; have six months experience working with school age children. Please indicate preference program site location.
Teen Center Program Directors Year round position, Mon - Thurs 3- 8:00 pm; Fri, 3- 9:00 pm, $13.00/hr. Must have the experience working with pre-teen/teenage youth and the ability to supervise staff.
Wellness Floor Staff Looking for outgoing, high energy people to join our Wellness Floor Staff team for our Health & Wellness Center and Kids Fitness program. Fitness experience required. Ability to multi-task is critical. Previous experience working with adults, youth and teens, and relationship building skills essential. A great attitude is required! Candidates must be able to lift a min of 50 lbs. Bilingual individuals encouraged to apply for all positions. We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities. See our WEB page under "about us" for more details www.springfieldy.org Apply at: YMCA of Greater Springfield, Community Services Branch, 275 Chestnut Street, STE One, Springfield, MA 01104 or Scantic Valley YMCA, 45 Post Office Park, Wilbraham, MA 01095

RELAY TYPISTS Relay Operator 50 wpm must be flexible with schedule Part time only. CSD Company. Call: 413-493-1100

DIRECT CARE WORKERS part time for outreach program serving people with disabilities. The worker assists individuals with adult daily living skills, social events and community integration. Knowledge of American Sign Language and Deaf Culture is an asset. Valid driver's license and a good driver's record required. The desire to do meaningful work and make a difference in someone's life a must. High School Degree or Equivalent required. Associates degree is desirable. Send resume to Terry Cook, Program Director, Community Enterprises, 287 High St., Holyoke, MA 01040. Or call Terry at 413-536-4200 Ext. 302

ACTIVITIES ASSISTANT wanted for Alzheimer's facility, part time 20 hours a week, also per diem staff needed. Experience with geriatrics, arts/crafts or other pertinent skills needed. If interested apply at: Palmer Healthcare Ctr., 250 Shearer Street, Palmer, MA 01069

ASSISTANT COACH WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Elms College, a NCAA Division III institution, seeks a part-time assistant women's basketball coach for the 2007-08 season. Responsibilities including assisting the head coach in all aspects of the women's basketball program with an emphasis on instruction in practice. Bachelor's degree in an appropriate field; previous playing or coaching experience preferred; ability to relate well to the college community, including students, faculty and alumni, as well as the general public and media is expected; dedication to the full academic development of the student athletes in the program. Valid driver's license required. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. To apply: send a cover letter, resume and three professional references (name, job title, employer, phone number) to: Elms College, Human Resources, 291 Springfield St., Chicopee, MA 01013 or email at: jobs@elms.edu. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Elms College is a Catholic, co-educational, liberal arts college, educating reflective, principled, and creative learners. Visit our web site at www.elms.edu.

LEARNING DISABILITIES TUTOR Learning Styles is the premier tutoring center in Western Massachusetts. We are seeking a full time or several part time learning disabilities or moderate special needs tutors. Tutors must have teaching or tutoring experience and be able to work with a varied student population. Ideal candidates have flexible schedules and can be available Monday-Friday during school hours. After-school availability several days per week is a plus. Candidates must be organized, have excellent verbal skills and be computer literate with good attendance records and references. This position requires local travel to area schools so reliable transportation is required. Learning Styles is a privately run learning center in East Longmeadow, MA with a congenial atmosphere and a competitive salary schedule. Requirements: Special Education certification is preferred. For further information about Learning Styles please visit us on-line at www.e-learningstyles.com.

AFTER SCHOOL CARE TEACHER Progressive program on campus of Mount Holyoke College seeks part time School Age Teacher or Asst. for kindergarten through third grade children. Some education in early childhood education preferred, experience with children in a group setting req. Must be available M-F 2:30-5:30 with more availability during public school vacations. Send cover letter, resume, and names of three professional references to: Sharon Maryea, StonyBrook Children's Center, 27 Morgan St, So. Hadley, MA 01075 or email: stonybrook@crocker.com

ASSISTANT COACH WOMEN'S SOCCER Bay Path College is looking for an energetic and knowledgeable Assistant Soccer Coach for its NCAA Division III team. This part time position is responsible for assisting the head coach in coaching, recruiting, conditioning and training student athletes in order to develop skill, character and teamwork while encouraging academic excellence. Planning, coordinating and attending competitions and practices along with fund raising, marketing and public relations to promote the soccer program. Candidate must have excellent interpersonal skills, a Bachelor's degree and a minimum of two years experience in collegiate coaching preferred but not required, CPR certification and ability to work non-traditional hours and travel. To apply, send a resume and cover letter outlining salary requirements to: HR Department, Bay Path College, 588 Longmeadow Street, Longmeadow, MA 01106 or email: hr@baypath.edu. Please do not send application materials utilizing both methods.

TUTOR needed for 10th grade student with ADD. Needs help primarily with organization and planning. May need some writing help. Early evenings for 1.5 hours a night, Monday-Thursday in Longmeadow. Personal references required. Please call (413) 530-4420.

CHILD CARE caring and responsible person needed to help with an 8 year old boy with mild Autism. He is high functioning and does not have many special needs. He is very funny and loving. Good hourly rate to be discussed. Plus car repair/maintenance help. The child's father is an auto mechanic. Hours are Monday-Friday from 6:45-8:15pm and 5-7:30pm. Hours may vary on some days. Could be done for 3 days if you don't have 5 days to commit. Call Nicole at (413) 455-6666.

ASSISTANT YOUTH SOCCER COACH for the Pittsfield Pythons Traveling Team. Assist in coaching 14 year old boys youth soccer team. Could be done as an internship. Non-paid but reimbursement for travel given. Two weekday practices and games on Saturday and Sunday. Could continue into indoor and spring season. Work begins mid August. Call: Thomas Duane, (413) 841-9832.

GIRLS FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL COACH Seasonal position August-October. Works begins August 27th. Apply as soon as possible. Contact: Mr. Christy Hayes, Athletic Director, hayesc@wilton.k12.ct.us Phone: (203) 762-0381 ext. 6289. Wilton High School, 395 Danbury Road, Wilton, CT 06897.

TRANSPORTATION SECURITY OFFICERS (SCREENERS) at Westover Metropolitan Airport, Chicopee, MA. Part time hours. Starting at $13.98 per hour plus benefits. Must be a U.S. citizen or U.S. National. Must have high school diploma or equivalent, or one year of security or aviation screening experience. Must be proficient in the English language. Pre employment medical evaluation required. Must be able to pass a background/credit check. Apply online: http://tsajobs.com or Phone: (800) 887-1895.

AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITY & TEAM LEADERS For ERfC Learning Centers in Enfield, CT. The ERfC Learning Centers will operate for approximately 26 weeks during the 2006-2007 school year. Positions in Centers serving elementary and middle school students are available. Summer employment opportunities may also be available. Position Description: Lead Small Groups of Students in a Variety of After-School Activities such as: Sports and Games, Cooperative Activities, Life Skills, Arts & Crafts, Science & Math, Technology Activities, Cultural Enrichment Activities, Homework and Project Activities. Must be available Monday through Friday 1:45-5:45 or 2:30 - 6:30 PM during the school year. Some positions end by 5:30 PM. Occasional evening family activities (until 8:00 PM). Must be 18 or over. $8.00 – 12.00 per hour based on experience. Application Deadline: Ongoing. To Apply: Apply on-line at www.erfcinc.org or print application and Email, fax or mail to ERfC. Educational Resources for Children, Inc., 103R Phoenix Ave, Enfield, CT 06082 Phone: 860-253-9935 Fax: 860-253-9995 Email: erfc@erfcinc.org

CHILD CARE looking for a part time babysitter from Springfield College. I’m a busy, self employed career mom and in need of a sitter 3 days per week, 4 hours per day. We live in Enfield and the hours are flexible to work around the selected candidates class schedule. Jennefer Wason, Vice President, Charter Oak Acoustic Devices. www.charteroakacoustics.com ph: 860-698-9794 fax: 860-698-9812 cell: 203-494-7563.

TEEN CENTER COUNSELOR for Longmeadow Parks & Recreation Department. Provide supervision of teens in grades 6, 7, 8, while they enjoy music entertainment from a DJ, game room, socializing, special activities and a snack bar. Staff should have an excellent understanding of children, be responsible, a good role model, dependable, able to interact with participants, enthusiastic and be able to take charge in situations. Staff should have dependable transportation. Hours for Teen Center staff are two Friday nights a month from 6:30pm to 10:30pm. Please call Cristina at (413) 565-4163 for more information. Call Cristina Alexopoulos, Recreation Coordinator, Longmeadow Parks & Recreation Dept. Email: calexopoulos@longmeadow.org Phone: (413) 565-4163 Fax: (413) 565-4129.




WEEK ENDING JULY 20, 2007

INTERNSHIPS

FALL, 2007 SEASONAL STAFF & YEAR-ROUND STAFF NEEDED Volunteer, internships, and paid positions are available. Camp Courageous of Iowa is a year-round recreational and respite care facility for individuals with disabilities. Campers with mental and physical disabilities, head injuries, hearing or visual impairments, autism and other special needs are served. Working with adults with disabilities is often a very real challenge. Campers may need help with personal care including feeding, dressing, and toileting. Some campers exhibit behavior problems. Patience, energy, good judgment and enthusiasm are important attributes for a position at Camp Courageous. The hours are long. An unselfish attitude and an emphasis on teamwork are needed. Staff members are expected to put the campers’ needs before their own. If you possess these skills, consider applying for a position. Volunteers and interns receive an optional stipend of $25.00 each week plus room and board, and a restricted medical plan. Paid counselors and activity specialists receive the best employment package around. Seasonal staff earn $300/week while year-round staff earn $390-420/week. Room and board are provided which includes an air-conditioned staff dormitory affording separate living quarters from the campers. Staff share cabin duty on a rotating basis. Other benefits include a restricted medical plan for seasonal staff and health insurance for year-round staff. Camp Courageous provides a bonus program for returning staff and a monetary incentive for recruiting additional staff. Year-round positions begin the first day of the fall season and require at least a one-year commitment. Candidates for year-round positions must have previous experience with individuals with disabilities. Seasonal positions are for one or more season. Feel free to apply on line by accessing our website at www.campcourageous.org. All campers in the fall are adults. Camp Dates August 22 to November 30, 2007. This includes staff training. Positions: Counselors & Activity Specialists.

TEACHING ASSOCIATE INTERNSHIP Program Time Responsibilities: Lead a team of 8-12 middle school students during program hours (15-20 hours per week). In general, the Citizen Schools program operates 4 days per week from approximately 1:00-6:00 PM (this differs slightly at select campuses). Design and lead activities to build team and Citizen Schools pride. Assist volunteer Citizen Teachers in planning and teaching Apprenticeships (hands-on learning experiences that culminate in high-quality products or performances). Build relationships with families through weekly phone calls. Implement several Explorations (community field trips). Serve as mentors that demonstrate and emphasize the high expectations of the program. Non-Program Time Responsibilities: Attend weekly, two-hour campus staff meeting (time to be decided by each campus group) to help debrief the week’s activities and plan powerfully for the coming lessons. Spend two hours per week to plan upcoming activities, call students and parents, and meet with colleagues. Attend Citizen Schools professional development and training sessions, including a training week for all campuses one week prior to the beginning of program each semester and trainings on the first Friday of each month. Optional: Attend Citizen Schools’ All-Staff meetings on the first Friday of every month. Qualifications: Teaching Associates should be thoroughly committed to hands-on, active, community-based learning as a vital complement to traditional school-based education. Candidates should have the following qualifications: Relevant experience working with children and demonstrated ability to engage children. Demonstrated experience with and commitment to education and community based learning. Excellent writing, data analysis, and communication skills. Proven ability to engage and organize peers and other adults to meet program goals. Demonstrated time and project management skills in a fast-paced environment. Demonstrated commitment to teamwork and collaboration with diverse groups of people; ability to and provide/receive constructive feedback. Sense of humor. Embodiment of Citizen Schools’ values: Pride, Joy, Respect, Courage, Teamwork, Perseverance, and Vision. Bilingualism preferred. Compensation and Benefits: The starting salary for Teaching Associates is $10.00/hr in the first semester. This rate increases for those who continue as Teaching Associates for multiple semesters. Compensation includes health benefits, 403B, and vacation time.

PART TIME

PARAMEDIC SUPERVISOR positions full and part time for growing ambulance company in Western Mass. Flex. hours, competitive wage and benefit package. Call Lisa at 978-580-8921 or go to Jobs@ambcare.com Am-B-Care, Inc.

SPECIAL EVENTS AND ALUMNI RELATIONS COORDINATOR part time position responsible for alumni and donor special events. B.A. or equivalent experience preferred. Proficient in software and internet programs including Microsoft Office. Knowledge of Raiser's Edge a plus. Work independently in a fast-paced office. Opportunities for growth. Competitive salary / benefits. Resume/cover letter to Heads Office, The MacDuffie School, One Ames Hill Drive, Springfield, MA 01105. Fax (413) 734-6693 or e-mail: headsoffice@macduffie.com. No phone calls. Deadline August 1st

TYPISTS/RELAY OPERATOR type 50 wpm. Must be flexible with schedule. Part time hours only. CSD, 413-493-1100.

HELP DESK TECHNICIAN/ TRAINER - PART TIME: trains users in start up and basic use of applicable software programs and applications including Microsoft and Novell products and software specific to Agency. Provides individual and group computer applications training. AA/AS degree in computer related field or A+ certification and/or network + certification or the combination of education and experience that enables performance of all aspects of the position required. Minorities, bilingual/bi-cultural, and/or older persons are encouraged to apply. 20 hours per week. Excellent Benefit Package. Interested candidates should send resume and salary expectations to: Director of Human Resources, 4 Valley Mill Road, Holyoke, MA 01040 or human_resources@wmeldercare.org by July 27, 2007 or until position is filled.

RESIDENTIAL STAFF Part time weekend positions in Enfield community residences for adults with developmental disabilities. Apply to: U747 Allied Services, 3 Pearson Way, Enfield, CT 06082 Fax: 860-627-6014 www.alliedgroup.org

ACTIVITY ASSISTANT part time, 2nd shift and weekends. Assisted Living Community for the memory impaired seeks a team player with activity experience in planning, coordinating, implementing and evaluating. Knowledge of Alzheimer's disease and related memory impairments preferred. Mail or fax your resume to:
The Atrium, 153 Cardinal Drive, Agawam, MA 01001 Fax: (413) 821-9912

RECOVERY SPECIALIST/ ADDICTIONS COUNSELOR Noble Hospital currently has a part-time opportunity (20 hours) for a Recovery Specialist / Addictions Counselor within its award winning Psychiatric Department. We are looking for an enthusiastic, creative, team oriented individual with good group therapy skills who is experienced working with a dually-diagnosed population. Candidates must have CADAC or be LADC eligible. Noble Hospital offers a friendly culture with a focus on providing high quality care in a community driven environment. Qualified candidates are encouraged to send resume and cover letter to: Nobel Hospital, Human Resources Department, 115 West Silver Street, Westfield, MA 01085 Tel. 413-568-2811 Ext. 5935 / Fax 413-572-5097 hr@noblehealth.org www.NobelHospital.org

HOME CARE 3 or 4 day live-in, evenings/overnights, Part/Full time, must have experience. 568-7960.

AFTER SCHOOL CHILD CARE PROGRAMS SITE DIRECTORS, GROUP LEADERS & SUBSTITUTES Springfield, Chicopee, Monson, Palmer, West Springfield & Wilbraham programs. Part time. Do you enjoy working with school age children ages 6-12? Positions available in our Springfield after school program. All locations need Site Directors (20 or older, supervisory skills necessary) and Group Leaders (18 yrs of age), M-F 2pm - 6pm. Individuals must meet EEC guidelines to qualify for employment which includes age requirements; must have high school diploma or equivalent; have six months experience working with school age children. Please indicate preference program site location. Reply to: YMCA of Greater Springfield, 275 Chestnut St, Springfield, MA or email: LornaThomas@springfieldy.org

RECREATIONAL VOCATIONAL COUNSELOR Northeast Center for Youth and Families, Inc. has an opening for a part-time Recreational/Vocational Counselor position in our After School Program in Springfield. Some job duties include: working directly with at-risk youth; teaching life skills; planning and implementing recreational activities; transporting clients; and completing daily logs. Must enjoy working with youth. Experience working with youth preferred. Minimum of a HS diploma or equivalent required; working towards a Bachelors degree preferred. Valid Massachusetts driver's license and approved CORI, DSS and RMV background records checks are required. Travel is involved during program hours. Afternoon, evenings and some weekend hours are required. To apply, please send resume and cover letter by 7/20/07 to: Northeast Center for Youth and Families, Inc. Recreational/Vocational Counselor Search ,203 East St., Easthampton, MA 01027 hr06@ncyf.org

EDUCATION Hampshire Regional School District Positions Available: High School English Teacher, Librarian, M.S. Social Studies (1 yr only) JV Boys Soccer Coach, Asst. Gymnastics Coach, Special Education Paraprofessional, Spanish speaking tutor, part time Call 413-527-7200 for application Due by July 27 EOE

ASSISTANT PRESCHOOL TEACHERS Exciting opportunities in Children's Center! The following opportunities are available immediately within the Children's Center of the Williston Northampton School. Qualified individuals will be expected to assist with program and curriculum development in accordance with the policies and philosophies of the Center. Two part-time positions available in late August - 10 hrs/weekly & 25 hrs/weekly. Responsibilities include assisting teachers with the general supervision and management of the Preschool classrooms and for maintaining the expectations of daily routine. Qualified candidates will be independent, self-starters with demonstrated experience in working with children in a group care setting. Must also be flexible, energetic and love children. Interested/qualified individuals may reply to Keira Durrett, Child Care Director, c/o The Williston Northampton School Children's Center, 19 Payson Avenue, Easthampton, MA 01027 or email your materials to kdurrett@williston.com Be sure to include your statement of teaching philosophy. Both full-time teaching positions offer excellent benefit package. Non-smoking campus.


WEEK ENDING JUNE 22, 2007

INTERNSHIPS

FINANCIAL CONSULTANT INTERNSHIP This program is designed to provide an exceptional foundation for pursuing a long-term career as an investment professional. Associate interns work alongside Senior Financial Consultants and help with building client relationships, servicing accounts and assisting with day to day activities. The hands-on experience provides the infrastructure to grow and succeed. The ideal candidate is a highly motivated individual who displays a strong work ethic. Ideal candidates have demonstrated the ability to excel in both the academic and business environment. Seeking expert problems solvers who possess the ability to hit the ground running.


GRADUATE INTERNSHIPS/PRACTICUM'S Unpaid. The Career Development Center (CDC) at Mount Holyoke College will be sponsoring two (2) graduate interns; one (1) for Internships & Experiential Education and one (1) for Employment & Alumnae Programs services for fall and/or spring of the academic year 2007-2008. These positions require highly organized individuals who are comfortable and able to work alone, one on one, with groups and presenting in front of groups. The graduate interns need to be highly self-motivated and creative, and will be expected to offer suggestions and implement programs to improve services in the CDC. The interns can expect to develop and enhance a range of valuable skills and knowledge through this position: sophisticated knowledge about a learning-centered student affairs organization and its place in a highly selective institution, public speaking, beginning career advising, presenting workshops to students on a range of career-related topics, research skills and program development. Progress will be assessed throughout the semester through regular meetings with the Assistant Director. Graduate Intern Qualifications: Student must be currently enrolled in an accredited counseling, psychology, or student affairs masters program. Must have at least one year previous office experience and confidence working with stude

Internships & Experiential Education Intern The intern will advise students, under the supervision of the Career Center’s Assistant Director, in resume/cover letter writing and job search strategy. The graduate intern will also provide office support that requires knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher and Word) complex employment database systems, and internet/email. The Intern must also work well in a team environment. Functions: Hold 5 office hours each week for student appointments, career advising, and employer outreach (schedule to be determined). Conduct research projects to assist Assistant/Associate /Director of Career Development Center. Administer career self-assessments: Skill Scan, and SEED participant Exit Interviews and Group Process workshops, as well as understand the results of the Myers-Briggs assessment tool. Make presentations in classrooms and at student orientations on Career Center and Career-related topics. Initiate at least one cross-campus collaborative independent project and paper related to your particular interest in Career Services. Maintain website content. Assist in all aspects of Career Fairs & Recruitment information sessions for internships. Answer questions via instant messenger program (academic year and during summer). Proctor Graduate School entrance examinations, as applicable.
Employment & Alumnae Programs Intern The intern will advise students, under the supervision of the Career Center’s Director for Employment and Alumnae Career Services, in resume/cover letter writing and job search strategy. The graduate intern will also work on projects that require knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Publisher and Word) complex employment database system
s, and internet/email. The Intern must also work well in a team environment. Functions: Hold 5 office hours each week for student appointments, career advising, and employer outreach (schedule to be determined). Organize and implement employer-related projects and activities such as on- and off -campus programs, career fairs, recruitment information sessions and networking events. Make presentations to students on Career-related topics. Conduct research on the job market to assist Director for Employment Relations and Alumnae Career Services. Administer career self-assessments: Skill Scan, and SEED participant Exit Interviews and Group Process workshops, as well as understand the results of the Myers-Briggs assessment tool. Initiate at least one major project & paper related to employment and alumnae programs and services. Develop and maintain website content. Other duties as assigned. Intern will work approximately 10-15 hours per week, dependent on the number of credit hours required. Hours outside of normal work hours may be required the week of a special event. Anticipated start date: Monday August, 27, 2007. Current Compensation Rate: Unpaid, for credit.


PART TIME JOBS

COMPANION DRIVER Friendly driver needed to bring elders to doctor's appointments, grocery shopping, banking, etc. in the Greater Springfield area. Assist clients in walking, carrying small packages and entering/exciting vehicle. Valid driver's license, reliable transportation and good driving history required. Part time 12-15 hours/week. Flexible scheduling, weekdays between 8am-5pm. $7.96/hour plus mileage. Send cover letter and resume to: Greater Springfield Senior Services, Inc., Human Resources Office, 66 Industry Avenue, Suite 9, Springfield, MA 01104 Fax: (413) 781-0632 Phone: (413) 781-8800 ext. 105. www.gsssi.org

SUMMER PROGRAM RESIDENTIAL STAFF positions available in all our programs if you give us a full time 32 hour commitment to a position for 10 weeks. We will give you $1.00 per hour stipend for all hours worked upon completion of work in addition to your regular rate of pay. Contact: BCARC, 395 South Street, Pittsfield, MA (413) 499-4241 www.bcarc.org

GOOD WILL INDUSTRIES OF THE SPRINGFIELD/HARTFORD AREA
ESL Instructor - Springfield area. Will be responsible for the implementation of educational and vocational training services. These services will be provided in classrooms and at job sites that are both facility and community based. The instruction will be designed to meet the individual consumers needs and may be delivered using a variety of methods and techniques. Experience in curriculum development in an educational or training environment; experience teaching adult learners; high energy, excellent communication, ability to interpret testing and follow individual education plans. Bi-lingual (Spanish/English) preferred. Part time (10 hours) A$15-$20/hour.
Respite Worker - Springfield area. Work with the Family and Community Support Department providing respite support for children/adults with developmental disabilities living at home. Community/peer group inclusion, consultation with families and documenting progress. Provide case management, emergency services and transportation to individuals assigned. Must be light-hearted, flexible, dependable, caring and a true people-person. Able to work evenings and weekends is essential. One to three years experience in related field/occupation required. Volunteer experience may also be considered. Part time flexible hours.
Respite Job Coach - Springfield area. Responsible for providing respite support for individuals with developmental living in a foster home care site. This will involve providing coverage and inclusion activities in the community. Also, provide guidance and training that is needed in the consumers' daily life in order for the individual to function with as much independence as possible. One to two years experience. Must have reliable vehicle with valid driver's license. Part time (24 hours/week with a flexible schedule, $9-$10/hour.
Supported Living Assistant - Pittsfield area. Provide direct support to individuals with disabilities in a group home. Duties include but are not limited to transportation, advocacy, recreation, education and guidance. Responsible for assisting individuals in their daily living tasks such as meal preparation, house cleaning and personal care. Documentation of individual progress and activities is required. Strong communication skills, as well as great care and sensitivity are required. Must be available for overnight and weekend shifts. One plus years related experience preferred, but will train the right person. Must be able to work independently and have flexibility within the program. A reliable vehicle, valid drivers license and proof of current automobile insurance is required. Part time 15 hours/week. $8.50/hour.
Supported Living Assistant - Hartford, Ct. Same description as above except 10 hours/week and $11/hour.
Life Enrichment Specialist and Substitute Life Enrichment Specialist - East Hartford, CT. 2 part time positions available for 10 plus hours weekly. Provide personal care and support for adults with developmental disabilities in a social/recreational program. Must have strong communication skills, a commitment to diversity and individual choice, as well as a strong work ethic. Must have a minimum 6 months to 1 years experience in related field. $10.65-$11/hour.
For all Goodwill positions listed above, submit a cover letter and resume to: Emily Bastia, Employee Relations Specialist, Good Industries, Inc., 285 Dorset St., Springfield, MA 01138 Fax: (413) 784-0455 Email: ebastia@goodwill-spfld-htfrd.org Application deadline for all jobs is July 1st.

SOCIAL WORKERS Part time. Professionals wanted to join a small, innovative, private psycho-geriatric program in Greenfield. Required: Relevant experience; commitment to full community integration; familiarity with behavior therapy techniques; ability to respectfully collaborate. Preferred: MSW or BSW for Psychosocial Team Coordinator position; Bachelor’s or Associate’s degree in relevant field for Psychosocial Team Member positions. Deadline: June 22, 2007. Send letter of interest and resume to Marian L. MacDonald, Ph.D., 38 Gothic Street, Northampton MA 01060.

DISPATCHER Town of Wilbraham is looking for a part time emergency dispatcher to work two 8-hour rotating shifts (2 on, 4 off) midnight to 8 a.m. and/or 4 p.m. to midnight likely; starting pay $14.92/hr, pro-rated union benefits, professional work environment; receives incoming calls, dispatches police, fire, ambulance, & public works emergency responders; operates LEAP/NCIC computer, keeps logs, operates TTY phone, monitors alarms; Must be certified in E-911 and LEAPS, must become certified in A.P.C.O., A.P.C.O.-EMD by end of 90 day probationary period; dispatch experience highly desirable, courtesy and tact in dealing with others essential. Complete employment application available at Selectmen's Office, Town of Wilbraham, 240 Springfield Street, Wilbraham, MA 01095 or online at www.wilbraham-ma.gov. Deadline for applications is Friday, June 29, 2007.

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN evening/weekend Reference Librarian needed for part time position for 15.5 hours per week beginning in September 2007. Schedule: Monday 5-9 pm; Wednesday 5-9 pm; and Sunday afternoon and evening. $20/hr. Provides direct Reference services including patron assistance and instruction in the use of online databases. May participate in the Information Instruction program. Creates and maintains library web pages as needed. Minimum Qualifications: An MLS/ALA, one year reference experience, and computer literacy in a multi-platform environment. An online application is required for this position. Please visit: http://jobs.wsc.ma.edu to review a more detailed job description and minimum qualifications; submit an online application and attach a cover letter, resume, and professional references. If you need assistance, please call 413-572-8158.

OUTREACH COUNSELOR Part-time/Full-time to work with chronic mentally ill population providing rehab and engagement services in the community. Experience preferred. Must have reliable vehicle. Bilingual (English/Spanish) required.. Please send resumes with cover letter to: Robert Grella, Oakdale Clinic,
1727 Northampton Street, Holyoke, MA 01040

SOCIAL WORKER Social Services Genesis HealthCare Heritage Hall West has the following opportunity: Social Worker Part-Time Join the outstanding team at our 164-bed skilled nursing facility! Excellent benefits and environment working with experienced health-care professionals who are dedicated to quality rehabilitative and extended care. This is an outstanding opportunity for a self-directed, enthusiastic individual to be responsible for a variety of Social Services duties on our Long Term and Palliative Care Units. Minimum requirements include: Bachelor's degree in Social Work or in a related field including Sociology, Special Education, Counseling or Psychology. Licensure as required by state regulations - LSW or above. Caring, compassionate approach to providing services. Excellent communications skills Ability to work collaboratively with multiple disciplines. MDS experience preferred, but would be willing to train the right candidate. Qualified candidates, please submit application/resume to: MaryLynne MacIntrye-Gadde, Director of Social Services, Heritage Hall West, 61 Cooper Street, Agawam, MA 01007 or by fax: 413-789-2487. www.genesishcc.com

HOME CARE 3 or 4 day live-in, evenings/overnights, part/full time, must have experience. (413)-568-7960

HUMAN SERVICES Working in residential setting for battered women and their children in Springfield: Part-Time Intake Worker Sa/Su 3p-11p, Direct Service Advocate Sa/Su 3p-11p; Spanish Speaking Direct Service Fri/Sat 11p-7a and relief for all weekend shifts and overnights. Working with teen parents in residential setting in Holyoke; 5 PT Direct service Advocate positions; Fri/Sat 11p-7a; Sat/Sun positions 8a-4p, 2p-10p, 3p-11p, 5p-11p and relief for all weekend shifts and overnights. Working with teen parents in residential setting in Springfield; PT Direct Service Saturday 9a-5p; relief for all weekend and overnights shifts. Must have knowledge of domestic violence/ sexual assault and/or experience working with teens; residential experience preferred. Must also have valid driver's license, own car and working telephone. Please send resume and cover letter indicating area of interest to: YWCA, Residential Search, One Clough St., Springfield, MA 01118.

SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER Part-time September opening in the school program at the Berkshire County House of Correction, serving students ages 17-22 with learning difficulties. School calendar and hours and competitive salary. Applicants should possess Massachusetts license in Special Education or related field. Send cover letter, resume, and copy of license to: Kathy Carlson, Program Supervisor, EDCO Collaborative, P.O. Box 969, Palmer, MA 01069
kcarlson@edcollab.org

RESOURCE ASSISTANT The Resource Center for Jewish Education, a program of the Harold Grinspoon Foundation, is seeking a Resource Assistant with artistic competencies to develop and maintain educational materials for educators and schools. Duties include consulting with educators; creating and posting displays at the RCJE for Jewish holidays, life cycle events and rituals. Assistant is responsible for ordering and maintaining supplies for teachers' store. General Judaic knowledge, organizational skills, and strong web and computer skills required. Flexible part time hours, salary commensurate with experience. Please send resume, cover letter, and references to: Esther Kosofsky, Resource Center for Jewish Education, 594 Converse Street, Longmeadow, MA 01106

WEEK ENDING MAY 25TH

INTERNSHIPS

INTERNSHIPS WITH ENTERCOM BOSTON Stations WAAF-FM, WEEI-AM, WEEI-FM & WRKO-AM in the following departments: Promotions, Programming, Production, Sales, Business Office & Web Development. Non-paid internships. Apply classroom experience to practical work experience. The internship program allows students to experience firsthand the reality of working in the radio broadcasting industry. Interns can test their creative talent, exercise their analytical skills and increase their understanding of broadcasting operations and trends. Internships are available year-round, and are 12-15 hours per week, with specific days and times agreed upon in advance. All interns must be enrolled in a college or university and receiving college credit. Students are expected to obtain and complete any forms necessary to receive credit for the internship experience. The company will assist students with the completion of such forms and provide information concerning duties and responsibilities.

WEB DESIGN INTERNSHIP/SUMMER The Pioneer Valley Planning Commission (PVPC) is the designated regional planning body for the Pioneer Valley region. It is a public agency with a primary responsibility for increasing communication, cooperation, and coordination among all levels of government as well as the private business and civic sectors in order to benefit the region at large and improve its residents’ quality of life. Internship description: Taping and editing video clips for online streaming; interviewing individuals related to PVPC projects or events; development and maintenance of a new web-based community calendar; web design projects as assigned; support, as needed, the Economic Development Senior staff and the Regional Data Center. The ideal candidate should be comfortable videotaping and interviewing individuals in various settings and events. Some of these tasks will require the individual to have reliable transportation for trips within the Pioneer Valley. Qualifications: Proficiency with Adobe Premier, Adobe Photoshop, HTML, and previous experience taping, video editing, and web design; experience with Microsoft Access; excellent writing and editing skills; ability to multi-task and meet deadlines. This position will be supervised by Samalid Hogan, Senior Economic Development and Policy Analyst. Full-time or part-time options may be available and paid compensation will be based on experience. This position is for the summer months (June through August) and there are no benefits associated with this position.

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS INTERNSHIP-ONLINE PUBLISHING Quinnipiac University, an independent university located in Hamden, Conn., is accepting applications for the position of Athletic Communications Internship – Online Publishing. Quinnipiac University has an enrollment of more than 7,000 undergraduate, graduate and law students and its Athletics Department is an NCAA Division I member sponsoring 21 varsity sports in three conferences: the Northeast Conference (NEC), ECAC Hockey, and the Great Western Lacrosse League (GWLL). Qualifications: A minimum of a bachelor’s degree from a four-year accredited college/university. Preference will be given to candidates who have recently completed their degree in electronic publishing/website design, communications, journalism or public relations. Must possess significant experience with electronic publishing and website maintenance, preferably in a Sports Information Department or a sports-related setting; strong communication and organizational skills also necessary. Responsibilities will consist of assisting with day-to-day maintenance and updating of the official website of Quinnipiac Athletics – www.QuinnipiacBobcats.com, including but not limited to: serving as a liaison with the Internet Service Provider (ISP); posting daily press releases, statistics, results, schedules, photos and other timely information; writing editorial content such as feature stories, profiles, Q&A and online polls; organizing and creating team sections and other special areas; helping to facilitate e-commerce operations and promotions; and assisting with coordination of video and audio streaming. Review of candidates will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. No phone calls accepted.

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS GRADUATE ASSISTANT
Quinnipiac University, an independent university located in Hamden, Conn., is accepting applications for the position of Athletic Communications Graduate Assistant. Quinnipiac University has an enrollment of more than 7,000 undergraduate, graduate and law students and its Athletics Department is an NCAA Division I member sponsoring 21 varsity sports in three conferences: the Northeast Conference (NEC), ECAC Hockey, and the Great Western Lacrosse League (GWLL). TD Banknorth Sports Center on the York Hill Campus; Hamden, Conn. 10-month, part-time (20 hours per week): August 1, 2007 – May 31, 2008; six credit hours; no benefits. Qualifications: A minimum of a bachelor’s degree from a four-year accredited college/university. Preference will be given to candidates who have recently completed their degree in communications, journalism, marketing, sports management or a similar field. Must possess outstanding written and verbal communication skills, knowledge of NCAA athletics, and strong organizational abilities. Responsibilities will consist of assisting with the execution of a communications plan in support of Quinnipiac University Athletics and the TD Banknorth Sports Center, with a strong emphasis on the men’s and women’s basketball and ice hockey programs. This includes media and public relations efforts, marketing, branding and advertising campaigns, and promotional and community outreach activities. Deadline/Application:Review of candidates will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. No phone calls accepted. Please send a cover letter, résumé, professional references and three work samples to: Chuck Menke, Director of Athletic Communications, Quinnipiac University, 275 Mt. Carmel Avenue YH-MKT, Hamden, CT 06518 charles.menke@quinnipiac.edu Fax: 203-582-8016

PART TIME JOBS

ASSISTANT WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL COACH Part time stipend position under a yearly contract, with potential of earning additional income through other activities, gym rentals, camps, etc. Responsible for assisting in various aspects of the volleyball program including recruiting, planning and organizing practices, game day management, travel, fundraising, off-season training and other duties determined by the head coach. Collegiate or USAV playing experience and/or coaching experience preferred. Deadline: June 30, 2006. Send letter of application, resume and list of 3 references to Volleyball Coach, American International College, 1000 State Street, Box 4B, Springfield MA 01109.

CASE MANAGER Part time for Big Brothers Big Sisters. Primary duties include volunteer and child assessments and match support. Some evening hours. Required: Bachelor’s degree; ability to relate to a wide variety of people. Preferred: Experience working with children and families; volunteer management experience. Deadline: May 23, 2007. Send resume and cover letter to Case Management Supervisor, BBBS of Franklin County, 116 Federal Street, Greenfield MA 01301.

EDITORIAL PRODUCER – MASSLIVE.COM Part time, 20-24 hours per week, working with our online media team in Springfield. Will maintain established pages while also working on long-term development initiatives. Flexible schedule including evening and weekend work. The ideal candidate should embrace new technology and be energized by a fast-paced work environment. Enjoy pod casts? Do you write a blog? Dabble in video production? This is the job for you. Required: Excellent news judgment; copy editing skills; proficient in HTML and Adobe Photoshop. Multimedia production, including audio and video, is a plus. For a better understanding of our business, visit: www.masslive.com. Email resume and cover letter to: Ed Kubosiak Jr., Editor-In-Chief, ekubosia@masslive.com. No phone calls please.

RECRUITMENT ASSOCIATE – HARTFORD SEMINARY Part time, 28-hour position with dynamic, multi-faith graduate school. Assist with student recruitment and coordinate the financial aid process. Duties: Research to give content to marketing campaign; develop and utilize email/ mail list of contacts at colleges/ universities; assist in identifying potential students; design a presentation to use during campus visits; arrange focus groups of current and potential students; implement regional recruitment strategy; participate in professional organizations; organize, set up and staff financial aid committee meetings; work with financial aid committee to create attractive recruitment packages related to scholarship and aid; prepare data for financial aid award letters. Required: Bachelor’s degree; quick learner re Seminary programs and ability to positively disseminate that information; excellent interpersonal and computer skills; ability to work a flexible schedule including evenings and weekends, and to travel via car and plane. Alumni encouraged to apply. Deadline: May 31, 2007. Send cover letter and resume to: Rose Lezak, Director of Administration, Hartford Seminary, 77 Sherman Street, Hartford CT 06105.

FIELD MARKETING REPRESENTATIVES Full or part time, day and evening hours available. Home improvement industry. Training program; flexible hours. For more information contact: Jim DeForest, NESCOR, 148 Doty Circle, West Springfield MA 01089; phone 888-637-2671; fax 413-846-4989.

SUMMER CAMP POSITIONS at Camp Atwater, the oldest African American owned and operated residential camp in the country. Looking for bright, talented young men and women who have an interest in developing youth, particularly African American youth. Students majoring in the social sciences can receive excellent field experience and we have the capacity to manage intern students. Since Atwater is a cultural, recreational, educational and leadership experience, we welcome students from a variety of disciplines. Key positions available: Asst. Athletic Director, Waterfront Director, Lifeguards, Performing Arts Instructor, Dance Instructor, Arts and Crafts Instructor, Tennis Instructor, Environmental education Instructor, Computer Science Instructor, Senior and Junior Counselors, Conflict Resolution/Mediation Instructor, Fencing Instructor, Lacrosse Instructor, Archery Instructor, Golf Instructor. For additional information or questions, please contact Shadae Thomas, Camp Atwater's Program Director via email: ShadaeThomas@hotmail.com or Shadae_Thomas@post.harvard.edu Camp Atwater, 765 State Street, Springfield, MA 01109 (413) 739-7211 ext. 102 Email: SULCamp@ulspringfield.org www.campatwater.org

SUMMER POSITIONS WITH HOME DEPOT located in West Springfield. Numerous positions, including, but not limited to: Freight Team, Sales, and Cashiers needed. A brief description of the job duties for each position can be obtained on the internet site: www.careers.homedepot.com Only electronic applications are accepted. No hard copy resumes. The Home Depot, 179 Dagget Drive, West Springfield, MA 01089 (413) 731-9700.

ELDER RECREATION SPECIALIST - part time motivated, enthusiastic individual to provide a variety of recreational, clinical and direct service activities with elders who have unique needs. We are looking for someone with good communication skills and computer skills. An excellent position for someone who has a college degree in recreational human & health field. Send cover letter and resume to: Attention: Audrey Foster, Hawthorn Services, Inc., 93 Main Street, Chicopee, MA. 01020

RECOVERY SPECIALIST/ADDICTIONS COUNSELOR Part-time ­ 20 hrs./wk. Mon-Fri. Ideal candidate will have prior experience working with a dually diagnosed population in either inpatient or PHP setting. Excellent communication and group therapy skills. CADAC or LADC required. Noble Hospital, Human Resources Department,115 W. Silver St., Westfield, MA 01085 www.noblehospital.org

DIRECTOR OF PARENT RELATIONS Part-time position. The Williston Northampton School, an independent, coeducational boarding and day school for 550 students in grades 7 - 12, located in Easthampton, Massachusetts seeks a dynamic and experienced leader to serve 20 hours per week as the primary link between the school and its parents and grandparents. The Director of Parent Relations will facilitate communication and advance fund-raising efforts on the school's behalf among both constituencies. Responsibilities include serving as liaison to the Parents' Association and its officers by assisting the President in the preparation of meetings, forums and Board reporting; working with the Annual Fund Director to support the Parents Annual Fund program; planning and implementing special events; proactively mitigating and responding to parent concerns with diplomacy and discretion; and working with the Communications Office to facilitate a monthly electronic newsletter for parents. Excellent leadership skills and experience working with volunteers are essential. The Director of Parent Relations is an integral member of the advancement team and will need to work closely with all individuals on the staff to assure proper integration of parent programs with other fund-raising and alumni relations programs. A Bachelor's degree is required. The Director of Parent Relations reports to the Director of Development. He or she will be detail oriented, creative, motivated and flexible; exhibit integrity and discretion; and foster a collaborative approach to work with colleagues. The position offers competitive wages and benefits. Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to: Christopher Biehn, Chief Advancement Officer, The Williston Northampton School, 19 Payson Avenue, Easthampton, Massachusetts 01027 Phone: (413)529-3300.

DIRECT CARE SPECIALISTS Dynamic professionals needed to support adults with developmental disabilities. Exceptional opportunities to work on supportive teams. Residential, individual and family support programs in Hampden and Hampshire Counties seeking direct service professionals for full and part time positions. Evening, overnight, and weekend shifts available. HS diploma/GED and six months experience in human services preferred. Tuition remission for qualified applicants. Apply at Behavioral Health Network, 518 Pleasant St., Suite 100, Northampton OR 40 Bobala Rd., Holyoke OR 342 Birnie Ave., Springfield, MA.

PARAMEDICS & BASICS Am B Care is a fast growing company with 911 and transfer business and is looking for Paramedics and Basics for 24/16/12 and 8 hour shifts in our Worcester, Springfield and Northampton operations. We welcome those looking for full time, part time or per diem shifts. We offer a great wage and benefit program. Our rapidly expanding operation means we need good people fast, that can be counted on to provide good patient care. If this sounds like you, please call 978-580-8921 or write us at: jobs@ambcare.com

ACTIVITY ASSISTANT Great opportunity to join a progressive and dynamic privately owned rehabilitation & skilled nursing facility. Conveniently located off the Mass Pike at Exit 6 and I-291. Looking for an energetic and caring individual capable of working independently in a part-time Activities position; afternoon & evening hours available, includes alternating weekend and holiday commitment. Apply in person or send resume to: Birch Manor Rehabilitation & Skilled Nursing Center 44 New Lombard Road Chicopee, MA 01020 Attention: Arlene Lawler, ADC

CASE MANAGER FOR CORRECTIONS TO COMMUNITY PROGRAM Gandara Center has openings for a full-time and part-time HIV Case Manager. These positions are responsible for delivering case management services to inmates moving from the jail to the community. Responsibilities include: charting, data collection, referrals and maintaining strong connections in the community. Excellent interpersonal skills, demonstrated attention to detail and the ability to work with a diverse population are required. Bi-lingual/bi-cultural is preferred. Experience with HIV or corrections experience preferred. Mail/email cover letter and resume to: Alison Jones at 147 Norman Street, West Springfield, MA 01089 or ajones@gandaracenter.org. Positions will remain open until candidates are found.

ACCOUNTANT Aaron Smith, PC, a local accounting firm serving Western MA and N. Central CT for over 80 years, has an excellent opportunity, with partnership potential, for an experienced professional with a background in taxation, auditing and accounting. Candidate should possess a minimum of 3 years public accounting experience. CPA a plus. We offer a competitive salary, excellent benefits package including 401(k), flextime and signing bonus. We also have great part-time opportunities with flexible hours. At Aaron Smith we provide our staff with a "work-life" balance. Send resume to David Padegimas, CPA, Aaron Smith, P.C., 270 Benton Dr., E. Longmeadow, MA 01028 or dpadegimas@aaron-smith-cpa.com

YMCA CAMP NORWICH job positions for summer and part time during the year. Camp is just 20 minutes from Northampton and is now hiring Group Counselors, Lifeguards, and Instructors for nature study, arts/crafts, outdoor living skills, athletics and low ropes course. Contact Barbara at the Hampshire Regional YMCA for a Norwich Brochure and application. Also hiring part time year round staff to work the Cardio/Strength Equipment Rooms at our Northampton facility. Contact Christie at (413) 584-7086