Ulta Beauty, Waukesha – Part-Time Beauty Advisors Needed

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Ulta Beauty in Waukesha is hiring part-time beauty advisors! Flexible hours that work around students’ academic schedules.

Please apply online at Ulta.com/careers.

 

Supportive Living Services, Waukesha Co. – 2nd Shift, House Manager, Meal Prep Assistant

Supportive Home Living Services, Inc.

2ND SHIFT POSITIONS AVAILABLE (WAUKESHA COUNTY)

IMMEDIATE POSITIONS AVAILABLE IN WAUKESHA 2ND SHIFTS AND ALTERNATING WEEKENDS Working one on one with individuals who need non-medical assistance in their homes due to age, injury and or disability. Schedule remains same but must have some flexibility. Provide assistance with grocery shopping, errands, light cleaning, meal prep., laundry and companionship.

HOUSE MANAGER POSITION: Overseeing day to day household tasks and recreational activities for three individuals in Waukesha. 2nd shift Monday – Wednesday 4 to 8pm Thursday 4 to 9 pm Sunday 10:00am to 5:30pm. Must be able to provide transportation.

IMMEDIATE POSITION(S): Milwaukee: 9am to 11am and Monday 5pm to 7pm assisting with meal prep. PLEASE CALL SHLS AT 262.544.0687 OR www.supportivehomeservices.com

MUST be able to provide transportation, PROOF of auto insurance; VALID driver’s license, background check required.

Paid training and reimbursement for mileage. Please call to schedule an interview at 262.544.0687 See our website: www. supportivehomeservices.com or email

 

 

 

 

Kohl’s – School-Age Summer Camp Teacher

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School-Age Summer Camp Teacher

About Kohl’s Childcare Development Center

Kohl’s Child Development Center strives for excellence in the field of Early Childhood Education. The CDC offers care to the children of Kohl’s Corporate Associates, ages 6 weeks to 6 years with two full-time facilities, an on-site location at the Corporate Office and a near-site facility, with a total capacity of nearly 450 children. During the summer months, we also offer a School-Age Summer Camp for children aged five to 11 years.

Camp Teacher Summary

As a Summer Camp Teacher, you will strive to balance the fun of a less structured summer, with helping children maintain academic skills learned throughout the previous school year.

What You’ll Do

  • Work with school-aged kids ranging from 5 to 11
  • Facilitate play-based learning through group activities, projects, field trips, and in-house events incorporating opportunities for social/emotional growth, creative expression, language/reading, math science and physical activity.
  • Build long-lasting relationships with the children, parents, and peers
  • Keep open communication while working with parents and staff to create a positive learning experience
  • Make it a priority for children to feel safe and secure

This Is You

  • Completed Early Childhood 1 & 2 (or equivalent)
  • Has 80 Days Experience in a Licensed Childcare Facility –OR- is a Licensed Teacher
  • Loves Building Relationships
  • Is Excited about Physical Activity
  • Has a Creative Side
  • Passionate about Developing and Educating
  • Has Leadership Skills
  • Can be Outgoing and Silly, yet Professional
  • Prefers Staying Busy – Running around working with all Age Groups

Career Path

Love it so much you want to be permanent at our Centers? We offer permanent full-time roles:

  • Support Teacher
  • Support Lead Teacher
  • Primary Teacher
  • Primary Lead Teacher

Perks

  • Weekly Field Trips
  • In-house Events
  • Play like it’s your Job…but really!

Want to Apply?

Please visit www.kohlscareers.com/cdc to submit an application and read full job descriptions.

Questions?

Contact Kelly McAvoy, Kelly.mcavoy@kohls.com

 

Kohl’s – Early Childhood Summer Support Teacher

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Early Childhood Summer Support Teacher

About Kohl’s Childcare Development Center

Kohl’s Child Development Center strives for excellence in the field of Early Childhood Education. The CDC offers care to the children of Kohl’s Corporate Associates, ages 6 weeks to 6 years with two full-time facilities, an on-site location at the Corporate Office and a near-site facility, with a total capacity of nearly 450 children. During the summer months, we also offer a School-Age Summer Camp for children aged five to 11 years.

Camp Teacher Summary

As a Summer Camp Teacher, you will strive to balance the fun of a less structured summer, with helping children maintain academic skills learned throughout the previous school year.

What You’ll Do

  • Work with school-aged kids ranging from 5 to 11
  • Facilitate play-based learning through group activities, projects, field trips, and in-house events incorporating opportunities for social/emotional growth, creative expression, language/reading, math science and physical activity.
  • Build long-lasting relationships with the children, parents, and peers
  • Keep open communication while working with parents and staff to create a positive learning experience
  • Make it a priority for children to feel safe and secure

This Is You

  • Completed Early Childhood 1 & 2 (or equivalent)
  • Has 80 Days Experience in a Licensed Childcare Facility
  • Loves Building Relationships
  • Has a Creative Side
  • Passionate about Developing and Educating
  • Has Leadership Skills
  • Prefers Staying Busy – Running around working with all age groups

Career Path

Love it so much you want to be permanent at our Centers? We offer permanent full-time roles:

  • Support Teacher
  • Support Lead Teacher
  • Primary Teacher
  • Primary Lead Teacher

Want to Apply?

Please visit www.kohlscareers.com/cdc to submit an application and read full job descriptions.

Questions?

Contact Kelly McAvoy, Kelly.mcavoy@kohls.com

Medical College of Wisconsin, Undergraduate Research Summer Program

The Summer Program for Undergraduate Research (SPUR) has been offered at the Medical College of Wisconsin for over 30 years. During that time, SPUR has hosted hundreds of students who have since made significant contributions to science and humanity through their current positions as teachers, instructors, professors, researchers, industry professionals, government leaders and clinicians.

SPUR hosts roughly 25-30 participants each summer from across the country who gain valuable research experience, refine critical thinking skills, build upon academic and professional networks and are introduced to various disciplines of science.

Participation in SPUR is intended for students who are currently enrolled at an accredited college or university who intend to pursue scientific-based graduate studies.

The (SPUR) Application –  APPLY NOW

http://www.mcw.edu/Graduate-School/Prospective-Students/Summer-Program-for-Undergraduate-Research.htm

Medical College of Wisconsin, Biotechnology & Bioengineering Research Opportunities

Biotechnology and Bioengineering Undergraduate Institute for Learning and Discovery (BUILD)

The purpose of BUILD is to provide research opportunities for enrolled undergraduate science or engineering students with practical experience in a research laboratory environment. The program has two training components: Summer and Academic Year. Students who participate in the summer program are qualified to participate in the academic year program by invitation.

Description
All students will be given hands-on experience working on actual medical research projects. Moreover, students will work in a state-of-the-art medical research laboratory, guided by highly skilled, established faculty investigators. This experience will provide students with the application component of biomedical science to complement the theoretical information at their home academic institution.

Students will attend weekly lab meetings and seminars on cutting edge topics. Additionally, each research intern will be required to provide an abstract and to present their research and learning experiences at the end of the program term (summer and/or academic year). Depending on the research, they may be also required to present a poster or exhibit showcasing their research at the end of the program term.

Summer Program
Undergraduate students actively enrolled in accredited academic institutions will participate in a 10-week learning experiences during the summer months in the Biotechnology and Bioengineering Center.

This program provides an intensive exposure to technology development in the Biotechnology and Bioengineering Center. Students will be introduced to new technologies, cutting-edge research, and exciting laboratory practices. The program allows students to select from three pathways: Biomedical Engineering, Computational Medicine, and a Biomedical Laboratory Experience, each with an emphasis on biomedical technology.

Biomedical Engineering Pathway:
Students with an engineering focus will be exposed to biomedical engineering practices, including but not limited to engineering design and fabrication of medical research devices.

Computational Medicine Pathway:
Students with a computational medicine focus will apply computational methods to better understand human physiology and human diseases.

Biomedical Laboratory Pathway:
Students involved in a laboratory experience will learn and apply biomedical laboratory techniques that contribute to discoveries at the molecular and cellular levels.

The summer program will last for 10 weeks with students spending approximately 40 hours per week participating in the program.

Academic Year
The Biotechnology and Bioengineering Center strongly prefers the academic year program be a continuation of the above-described summer program. Students will advance in the skills and laboratory techniques they are learning. They will continue to work on multiple projects in an assigned lab and be guided by an assigned mentor. Students will become more specialized in their project experience.

Eligibility Criteria
Focused studies in Biomedical Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, or Bio Molecular Engineering are preferred. Students who are sophomore level or higher in their academic careers are preferred. An Affiliation Agreement and Program Memorandum between MCW and the student’s home institution must be in place before the student commences participation. Alternative to an Affiliation Agreement, the student may obtain and provide to MCW a letter of endorsement from a representative of the student’s school (such as the dean, an academic advisor, etc.) stating the activities under the BUILD program align with the student’s educational goals. This is in addition to any other documentation required by MCW Human Resources and the Office of the General Counsel, as applicable.

Stipends
Selected students will receive a stipend for full-time commitment of 10 weeks. The number of positions in the program may vary depending upon available funds. Home academic institutions are welcome to provide their students with stipends, which must be detailed in the applicable Program Memorandum.

http://www.mcw.edu/Biotechnology-and-Bioengineering-Center/Programs/Education-Outreach-Program/BUILD.htm

For more information, Contact: Program Manager: Tim Sobotka, tsobotka@mcw.edu

Medical College of Wisconsin, Undergraduate Research Internship

The Program for Undergraduate Research (PURE) offered by the MCW Graduate School is a non-paid, internship-based program for undergraduate students who are currently enrolled in a degree-seeking program at an accredited college/university. Applicants to PURE who are chosen for the program will be placed with a MCW faculty mentor who will provide varying levels of exposure to basic, translational and population research. PURE is only offered during the academic year (mid-August to mid-May).

http://www.mcw.edu/Graduate-School/Prospective-Students/Internship-Program-PURE.htm

Questions or requests for additional information can be directed to pure@mcw.edu or 414-955-4402.