Summer Recreation Management Internship

Job Title: Recreation Management Intern

Job Description: This position is responsible for assisting in the development, implementation and supervision of recreation programs and special events. In conjunction with general recreation internship work, approximately 50% of this position will be responsible for planning, promotion, development and supervision of the WPRF Youth Baseball, Softball & T-ball programs or the WPRF Adult Softball program. The intern will coordinate schedules, volunteer coaches, equipment, sports officials, awards and site supervision for the 8-14 week program. Completion of financial reports, evaluations and season reports required. Attends meetings, trainings and provides exceptional customer service for all program areas. Assists with special events throughout the summer.

Schedule: Weekly schedule will be during regular office hours Monday-Friday, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm. Youth Program Intern – during eight-week Baseball season, hours will be 12:00 noon – 8:30 pm. Adult Softball Intern – hours will vary dependent on softball site supervision. Some evenings and weekends required.

Qualifications: Must be enrolled in a recreation or recreation/sports-related academic program. Experience in and/or knowledge of sports programming. (Baseball/Softball knowledge preferred). Must be able to operate a computer and basic software programs. First Aid and CPR/AED certified or ability to obtain.

Salary Range: $15.00/hour for 20 hours per week, during baseball/softball season. General internship hours are for no pay. Opportunities to work in other paid positions may be available throughout the internship.

Reports to: Recreation Services Manager &/or Sports Coordinator

For more information contact:
Pat Grulke, Recreation Services Manager
Waukesha Parks, Recreation & Forestry

Sheryl Emanuel, Sports Coordinator
Waukesha Parks, Recreation & Forestry

East Shore Specialty Foods – Office Administrator/Customer Service

Office Administrator/Customer Service

Skill Requirements:

  • Able to exercise effective judgment, sensitivity, and creativity to changing needs and situations.
  • Ability to research, evaluate and analyze new techniques, methods and procedures for functions.
  • Solid problem-solving and business acumen skills.
  • Strong organizational, judgment, communication and analytical skills.
  • Ability to multi-task and perform multiple priorities.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills, both written and verbal
  • Great attention to detail and accuracy
  • The ability to contribute in a team environment and/or independently
  • Small office experience
  • Knowledge of Microsoft applications (Windows, Word, Excel), Outlook, Accounting Software (SAGE 100), Inventory Management Software (ROME)

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • All customer service functions including:
    • Retail Sales
    • Address, document and resolve customer issues
    • Customer phone and e-mail communications
    • Taking orders
    • Website customer support
    • Marketing including Constant Contact and Telemarketing
  • Accounts Receivable
  • Food Safety Document Management
  • Social Media
  • Commission processing
  • Represent East Shore Specialty Foods professionally and positively at Events
  • Coordinate Donations
  • Coordinate Product Demonstrations
  • Front desk operations
  • Filing
  • Help out in other areas as needed

Hours: 20-35/week

Pay: $10 – 12 based on experience

Apply: Send resume to


Waukesha Parks, Recreation & Forestry Summer Internship

Job Title: Special Events Recreation Management Intern

Job Description: This position is responsible for assisting in the development, implementation, and supervision of recreation special events. Attendance at all special events required.

Schedule: Weekly schedule will typically be during regular office hours Monday-Friday, 8:00 am – 4:30 p.m. however schedule will be adjusted to accommodate special events. Special events throughout the summer including, but not limited to: Monday Movies in the Park, Mondays June through August, 7 to 10 p.m.; Tribute Tuesday Concerts, second Tuesday of each month June through September, 1 to 10 pm; Civic Band Concerts, Thursdays June through August; Carl Zach Cycling Classic, June 19; Independence Day Parade & Fireworks, July 4.

Qualifications: Must be enrolled in a recreation, marketing, journalism, special event -related academic program. Experience in and/or knowledge of marketing/promotion preferred. Must be able to operate a computer and basic software programs.

Salary Range: General internship hours are for no pay. Opportunities to work in other paid positions may be available throughout the internship.

Reports to: Recreation Services Manager &/or Special Events Coordinator

For more information contact:
Pat Grulke, Recreation Services Manager
Waukesha Parks, Recreation & Forestry

Joanna Adamicki, Special Events Coord.
Waukesha Parks, Recreation & Forestry

Promotional Interns – Milwaukee Radio Alliance, LLC

The Milwaukee Radio Alliance is currently recruiting Promotional Interns. Are you…

  • Outgoing and motivated?
  • Organized and responsible?
  • Able to engage with people on a personal level?
  • A music fan?

If you can answer all these questions with an enthusiastic “YES,” then an internship at the Milwaukee Radio Alliance might be right for you! The MRA is a local, independently owned company consisting of three radio stations: Trending Radio 93.3 WLDB, FM102/1 WLUM, and Milwaukee’s True Oldies, WZTI-FM/AM. Interns at the Milwaukee Radio Alliance dedicate a majority of their time to the promotions department for WLDB and WLUM.

Duties will include, but are not limited to:

  • Set-up, execution, and tear down of station events (concerts/shows, community events, bar events, retail events, and more)
  • Being the “face” of our radio stations and acting as a brand ambassador for the MRA in public
  • Building and maintaining listener databases
  • Light website maintenance, including content and photos
  • Occasionally assisting programming, sales, and production departments
  • Other duties as assigned

Interns must be at least 18 years of age and willing to dedicate 10 – 15 hours a week to the station (sometimes more, sometimes less depending on the time of year). Interns are expected to be with the station for at least three months, but may continue the internship beyond that. Internships are unpaid, but can be taken for school credit. The goal of the internship is to find out if radio is the right career for you and to prepare you for a career working in the media.

If an internship in radio is something you’ve been looking for, contact Pat Nienow at:

PhysAssist Scribes – Full and Part-time Medical Scribe Positions

Are you a pre-health student looking for clinical experience? PhysAssist Scribes is currently looking for full and part time scribes in the Milwaukee area.

Scribes are active and valuable members of their healthcare teams, providing real-time charting for physicians by shadowing them throughout their shifts and performing a variety of helpful tasks. As a scribe, you’ll gain rare clinical experience that will help you grow as a person and as a professional. It’s a wonderful opportunity that will give you an edge on your professional school and job applications!

Apply: The application is online and can be found at For more information please contact!

***PhysAssist Scribes will also be at the Employer Spotlight February 10, 11:45 – 1:00 outside the Hub

Pitney Bowes Job Fair

Pitney Bowes Job Fair

Wednesday, February 10th

9am to 4pm

SITE Staffing is holding a hiring event on site at Pitney Bowes!



Openings on all 3 shifts!

Positions pay $8 – $12/hr, with great benefits at point of hire!

9053 North Deerbrook Trail, Milwaukee, WI

Enter at the rear of the building

Every connection is a new opportunity.

Cannot attend? Email your resume to or call 414-383-8084



Brand Ambassador Positions – Gruber Law Offices

Gruber Law Offices is currently seeking outgoing, responsible individuals to work as brand ambassadors in the Milwaukee market. Ambassadors will be responsible for representing the firm and passing out promotional items at multiple off site events throughout the year. Qualified individuals must be customer driven with a willingness to help others.

This is a part time position with varying hours per week. Candidates must be 21+ with reliable transportation to be considered. Nights and weekends are mandatory.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Transporting items to and from event locations
  • Set up and break down of event space
  • Distribution of promotional products and informational items
  • Interacting with various groups and individuals throughout the community in a friendly and informational manner
  • Assisting with storage organization and inventory
  • Completing post event reports following each event
  • Attending weekly marketing meetings


  • Able to work well and coordinate with others in a group setting
  • Must have reliable, personal transportation with a valid driver’s license and insurance
  • Capable of lifting and moving 20 plus pounds
  • Able to stand comfortably up to 8 hours per day in a fast paced environment
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills
  • Available nights, weekends and holidays
  • Access to internet and smart phone

Candidates with experience in event marketing, demonstrations, sales, brand promotion and/or legal are strongly encouraged to apply.

Please send resumes to: Carli Holen,


For over 30 years, Gruber Law Offices has served the people of southeastern Wisconsin. We are dedicated to providing our clients with the best representation and demand the greatest results possible. In addition to offering exemplary legal services, Attorney Gruber and the team members at Gruber Law Offices are actively involved in the community. Through donations, mentoring and volunteering, we support multiple organizations in southeastern Wisconsin each year.


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