Spring 2023 Degree Application Deadline | Friday, February 3, 2023
Are you completing a degree or certificate this Spring 2023? You must apply by the application deadline, Friday, February 3rd at 11:59 PM. Apply through ONE.UF > Academics > Degree/Certificate Application.
For other important Spring 2023 dates and deadlines:
Askew Scholars Application Open | Undergraduate Research Opportunity
The Bob Graham Center for Public Service is currently accepting applications for our Reubin Askew Scholars program. The Reubin Askew Scholars program identifies an outstanding cohort of undergraduate researchers selected on the basis of their commitment to civic engagement, public policy, public leadership, or public service, broadly defined. Askew Scholars receive $2,000 over the course of an academic year to support a significant research project. The deadline to apply is Sunday, February 19 at 11:59pm ET. Learn more and apply now at go.ufl.edu/askew. Please contact Dr. Matt Jacobs, the director of the Bob Graham Center, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office 352-846-1575 with any questions.
UF SNAP by Spare App
The Student Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol (SNAP) provides nightly escorts for students, staff and visitors on campus. Effective Jan. 7, the TapRide app to request rides was replaced permanently with the new UF SNAP by Spare app, which can be downloaded at no cost from the iOS and Android app stores. To learn more, please visit UF SNAP.
Monroe County School District
Description: The Monroe County School District in Key West, Florida is looking for teachers! Our starting pay is $56,800. In addition to salary, we have a solid benefits package that new educators will appreciate and expect to receive as a professional educator. Come work, play and live in paradise, where the rest of the world vacations!
Application: To apply, please visit: https://www.keysschools.com.
Oak Hall Extended Day Counselor
Description: Accepting applications for energetic, creative, caring, and motivated individuals to join our Extended day team in our Early Childhood, Lower, or Middle School Division. Flexible Scheduling!
Application: To apply, please visit https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=13383&clientkey=6F3D0B8BF2446F5B8D0353FEDE6C05EE
Oak Hall Summer Camp Counselor
Description: The Oak Hall Summer Program is pleased to announce that it has several openings for summer camp counselors. Our day camps serve kids in Early Childhood (Preschool-Kindergarten); Lower School (Grades 1-5); and Middle School (open for Grades 5-9) and counselors are needed in each division.
Your primary goal is to provide a challenging learning environment, a safe camp environment, supervision of campers, and a fun camp experience for the campers you work with throughout the day. Delivering camp wide programs, activities, and trips and leading discussions and activities for the camper with which you will be charged will be key duties during the eight weeks of the camp. Working with the Summer Camp Head Counselor, you will supervise and mentor the CIT staff for the program. We are looking for people with expertise in arts & crafts, outdoor education, indoor & outdoor sports, and enrichment (2)
Counselors would be expected to be onsite for a June agreement (June 5-June 30); a July agreement (July 3-July 28 with no camp July 4th); a full summer agreement (June 5-July 28 with no camp July 4th); or a hybrid agreement mutually agreed upon with summer leadership staff. FT Hours would be 8:30-4:15 three times weekly, 7:30-4:15 one day weekly, and 8:30-6:00 one day weekly. Salary is $13.00/hour.
Application: Please visit https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=58958&clientkey=6F3D0B8BF2446F5B8D0353FEDE6C05EE
Oak Hall Summer Camp Media and Marketing Specialist
Description: The Oak Hall Summer Program is pleased to announce that it is hiring for the key positions of Summer Camp Media and Marketing Specialist on the summer leadership team. Your primary goal is to capture the daily experience of campers enrolled in our program and share with families through secure digital outlets. Additionally, captured images should be used to market and showcase the Summer & Auxiliary Program to prospective families.
The Summer Camp Media and Marketing Specialist requires on-site leadership from May 30, 2023 to July 28, 2023, weekdays with no camp July 4th. Beginning April 17th, 2023, up to 15 hours per week is available and could be scheduled remotely.
Application: Please visit https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=58895&clientkey=6F3D0B8BF2446F5B8D0353FEDE6C05EE
Oak Hall Extended Day Summer Camp Program Director
Description: Your primary goal is to provide a challenging learning environment, a safe camp environment, supervision of campers, and a fun camp experience for the campers you work with throughout the day. Delivering camp wide programs, activities, and trips and leading discussions and activities for the camper with which you will be charged will be key duties during the weeks of the Lower School Day Camp. Working with the Summer Camp Head Counselor, you will supervise and mentor the CIT staff for the program.
The Extended Day Summer Camp Program Director requires on-site leadership from May 30, 2023 to July 21, 2023, weekdays from 10 AM-6 PM (No camp the week of July 4th). Additional time is allotted for preplanning and input on hiring decisions of counseling staff (if applicable) before the start of summer and can be done remotely.
Application: To apply please visit https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=58298&clientkey=6F3D0B8BF2446F5B8D0353FEDE6C05EE
Part-Time Graduate Assistantship - Counselor Education College of Education – UF
Description: Project Recognition, Empowerment, and Action for Child mental Health (REACH) in The Counselor Education Program at The University of Florida is currently accepting applications for a REACH project coordinator. Project REACH is a federally-funded training grant that involves training adults in Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA), a program to help adults recognize the signs for when youth 12-18 need mental health support and to know how to help them.
Successful applicants will demonstrate good organizational and communication skills. We are seeking someone with good intercultural skills and the ability to develop strong community outreach/presence. The position is contingent on continued grant funding, but currently the project is renewable for a 5-year period. Prior experience in counseling or community mental health is desirable.
This appointment will begin in March, 2022 or as soon as filled. The Counselor Education Program is housed within the School of Human Development and Organizational Studies in the College of Education. More information about the Counselor Education Program can be found at https://education.ufl.edu/counselor-education/.
Remuneration & Additional Information
The University of Florida is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty. We welcome nominations of and applications from anyone who would bring additional dimensions to the university’s research, teaching and clinical mission, including women, members of minoritized groups, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.
Application Procedures: Candidates should submit application materials to Dr. Sondra Smith at email@example.com. Please provide: (1) a cover letter of application addressing qualifications, (2) a current resume or curriculum vita, and (3) contact information for three references. Inquiries about the position can be addressed to Dr. Sondra Smith, Search Committee Chair (firstname.lastname@example.org). Review of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. To ensure full consideration, application materials should be submitted by February 7th, 2023. Applications received after this date may be considered at the discretion of the committee and hiring authority. Applications received after this date may be considered at the discretion of the search committee and hiring
Teach For America
Description: Teach For America is a non-profit leadership development organization that seeks to change the course of our nation by dismantling systems of inequity in education. It begins with a two-year commitment teaching in a low-income school and continues with lifelong professional development and employment opportunities as part of our alumni network. Over 650 UF grads across 60 different majors have joined the Teach For America network over the past 30 years and they now work across a variety of sectors. Curious about what this experience looks like and how you could make an immediate and lasting impact in the lives of others? Watch how change happens. Connect with the University of Florida recruiter https://calendly.com/alisonkreher
Application: Begin an application https://www.teachforamerica.org/join-us
Next deadline to apply: Friday, February 10th
UF Chapter of Children Beyond Our Borders
Description: We are a part of a nonprofit organization that aims to empower underserved families in the Gainesville community by providing educational resources to children. We work with many migrant families and many families in Colombia as well. We offer different tutoring programs for children, and programs that help teach English to Spanish speaking families.
We will be having our next meeting Wednesday, January 25th, at 6:00pm in McCarty B G108. To connect with UF Chapter of Children Beyond Our Borders:
Balance 180 Gymnastics and Sports Academy Volunteers
Description: This spring Balance 180 Gymnastics and Sports Academy, a local non-profit organization, has once again a great hands-on opportunity for students to volunteer with our athletes. Our Adaptive Gymnastics Program is offered on Saturdays from 1:00-2:00 pm and is a gymnastics class that is specifically designed for children with varying abilities. We set up the gym in rotations that include vault, bars, beam, floor, and a tumble track, so our athletes can work on a variety of motor skills. The athletes have a range of disabilities including autism, Down syndrome, ADD/ADHD, and cerebral palsy. Our volunteers work 1 on 1 or 2 on 1 with our athletes and help them improve their social, motor and cognitive skills.
Contact: If you are interested in being a part of the Adaptive Gymnastics volunteer team, please contact Heather at AGvolunteers@balance180.org. No gymnastics experience is required to volunteer and you can select the dates that you are available to assist.
Loads of Learning GNV
Description: Loads of Learning GNV is a program through which volunteers facilitate story times and other learning activities within Gainesville laundromats. The main goal is to facilitate family empowered literacy and learning in public spaces by using local businesses (laundromats) as sites to host age-appropriate books and literacy activities for children and families in low-income, underserved areas of Gainesville.
Volunteers for the program would complete a 2-hour training and sign up for a weekly time to read books and offer activities at one of the participating laundromats.
Application: To volunteer, scan the QR code above.
Contact: For questions, please contact 352-642-5002 or LoadsofLearningGNV@gmail.com.
Description: Education major looking for a tutor/learning coach to help organise workload and stay on track throughout the semester. Twice a week in person for 1 hour, $15 hr.
Contact: Please call or text Greg @ 561-870-7251
Childcare for Children’s Ministry
STEPs for Success Tutors
Description: STEPs for Success is looking for tutors for elementary, middle, and high school students. Tutoring/Teaching experience required.
Pay Rate: $20.00 per hour
Hours: Tutors-at least 4 hours a week (more hours are available upon request)
Schedule: Flexible, afternoon/evenings 3-4 days a week Monday through Friday are highly preferred.
Contact: Interested? Questions? Please send an email with your resume to Stephanie (TutorDirector) at STEPsforSuccess352@gmail.com
Description: Our family is hoping to find a nanny for our two children: Isabel, who is 5, and Colin, who is 2.5. At a minimum, we are looking for help during weekday evenings, from approximately 4:45 to 8:00 p.m. every night, as needed on the weekends, and possibly some early mornings as well to help with the “off-to-school routine.” There is potential for more time than that presuming things go well.
Pay Rate: Pay is negotiable and commensurate with experience.
Contact: To apply, please contact Michael at email@example.com
Description: Local family looking for weekday help driving children – ages 7, 7, and 12 – to and from school, babysitting, etc. Hours flexible but primarily M-F between hours of 3:00 PM and 6:00 PM. Previous nanny/child care experience strongly preferred.
Contact: Please call/text 352-359-6049 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Date: January 31, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM
Location: Norman Hall, NRN 2707
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Date: March 1, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Location: Reitz Union, Grand Ballroom