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April 21, 2014
*NEW* Earth Week
Date: Week of 4/21/14

This week is earth week!
Hosted by SAVE, the Stevens Environmental Club, with collaboration from many others, there will be fun events all week, including a design competition on Monday, Taco Truck on Tuesday, and a farmers market on Wednesday.

See our interactive poster for details: http://ugstudentlife.stevens.edu/org/save/Earth_Week_Main

Contact: Robert Whipple
Email: rwhipple@stevens.edu


*NEW* Society of Women Engineers General Body Meeting
Date: Tuesday, 4/22/14
Time: 9pm
Location: EAS 222

Are you interested in the Society of Women Engineers? Come join them for their first meeting with the newly elected E-Board and plan events for next semester. Also, there will be a presentation for the SWE National Conference held next October in Los Angeles for anyone interested in attending.

Contact: Aleksandra Petelski
Email: apetelsk@stevens.edu

*NEW* Stevens Christian Fellowship GBM
Date: Wednesday, 4/23/14
Time: 9pm
Location: Babbio 104

Come join SCF this week for Switch Up as we delve into the topic of God's Will. We're switching it up this week, as we break into small groups to discuss the topic with each other. All are welcome and refreshments will be served!

Contact: Samuel Thomas
Email: scf@stevens.edu

*NEW* SPS Math Museum
Date: Saturday, 4/26/14
Time: 12pm
Location: Meet outside of Burchard

Joins the Stevens society of Physics Students for a trip to the Math Museum in New York city. We will be meeting outside of Burchard at noon on Saturday the 26th and taking the path over.Bring money for the path and food. Please email Christopher Moakler at cmoakler@gmail.com

Contact: Christopher Moakler
Email: cmoakler@gmail.com

*NEW* Off Center Presents: #StevensBeLessThanOrEqualTo
Date: Saturday, 4/26/14
Time: 9pm
Location: Babbio 122

It's Off Center's final sketch show of the school year! Join us for ONE NIGHT ONLY as we perform hilarious original material for you on stage one last time. It's also a great chance to relax and do nothing before finals. In fact, we guarantee that by the time the night is over, you will have understood completely what it means to be less (or equal to) an average Stevens student. Enjoy slacking off with Off Center!

Contact: Frank DiCola
Email: fdicola@stevens.edu

*NEW* SFA Faculty Appreciation BBQ
Date: Friday, 5/2/14
Time: 12pm
Location: Walker Lawn

Join us in the Annual Faculty Appreciation BBQ! We'll be recognizing all your favorite faculty and staff members at Stevens Institute of Technology for their hard work and dedication throughout the academic year. Food and refreshments will be provided. Hope to see you all there!

Contact: Michelle Espitia
Email: mespitia@stevens.edu

*NEW* Beach Volleyball Tournament
Date: Sunday, 5/4/14
Time: 2:30pm
Location: Humphrey's Volleyball Court


Join SigEp and PhiSig as we host our first annual Beach Volleyball Tournament! Every team will have two games guaranteed. Teams will consist of 6 to 8 players, with 6 people per team on the court at all times. If you have between 1 and 5 people, we will pair you with other smaller teams to ensure every team has enough players. Cost is $30 per team. If entering with less than 6 people it is $5 per person. All proceeds will go to SigEp's and PhiSig's national philanthropies - Big Brothers Big Sisters and The National Kidney Foundation, respectively. We will be selling hot dogs ($2), burgers ($3) and water bottles ($1). Duckbills and cash accepted!

What better way to get ready for finals than some physical activity?..then studying.
Lots and lots of studying!

Sign up here: https://docs.google.com/forms/.
If entering a full team feel free to come up with a team name!

Contact: Kris Alvarez
Email: kalvarez@stevens.edu

Phi Beta Lambda General Body Meeting: "A Beautiful Mind" Discussion
Date: Tuesday, 4/22/14
Time: 9pm
Location: Babbio 219


We will start off with a little bit of housekeeping. Please bring duckbills or cash($16) if you would like to be an official member of PBL. If you pay dues, your membership will be valid until Fall 2015. Most of the meeting will be a discussion on topics, such as game theory, within different clips from the movie "A Beautiful Mind."

Contact: Elena Piper
Email: epiper@stevens.edu

Silent Library -Hayden Lounge Edition
Date: Tuesday, 4/22/14
Time: 9pm
Location: Hayden Lounge

Enjoy a little bit of craziness? Want some outrageous challenges? How about getting prizes and Stevens apparel? How about all of this in the name of charity?

Alpha Phi Omega is bringing this popular MTV show back! Silent Library is a game show where the participants are assigned humiliating and entertaining tasks (like Hoboken Wind Tunnel or Biz Tech Challenge) to complete while remain silent.

Cost for participants is $4 per person for team of 6 or $1 to watch. There will be an awesome prize for the winners and raffles for Stevens apparel for all involved. All proceeds go to Tom Coughlin Jay Funds, which support children battling cancer.

More information? http://tinyurl.com/APOSL14FAQ
Wanna sign up now? http://tinyurl.com/SL14signup

Contact: Jiaren Li
Email: jli27@stevens.edu

Student Government Association Elections
Date: Tuesday, 4/22/14

Student Government Association's Election Period is here! Be sure to vote for the nominee that you would like to see represent your class. The election period will open on TUESDAY, APRIL 15th at 12:00 A.M. and close on TUESDAY, APRIL 22nd at 12:00 A.M. Be sure to spread the word and make sure that your class is represented well! If you have any questions, please contact sga@stevens.edu

Contact: SGA Cabinet
Email: sga@stevens.edu

Carnival Snacks with CSU
Date: Wednesday, 4/23/14
Time: 1pm
Location: Castle Point Lawn

Close off the semester with some carnival snacks brought to you by the Commuter Student Union; there will be lots of snacks, refreshments, and music! Also a great opportunity to mingle with the CSU eboard and members and learn more about our organization and how you can get involved!

Contact: Anthony Matos
Email: amatos@stevens.edu

Be More Discussion
Date: Wednesday, 4/23/14
Time: 2pm
Location: Hayden Lounge


Do you live a Be More lifestyle of stepping outside your comfort zone in pursuit of growth by reflecting on your experiences with diversity? If you do, how have these experiences influenced your perception on life? If not what is preventing you from doing so?
Join Professor Wharton and Professor Dobbins in discussing how you can learn more to be more.

Contact: Julian Colon
Email: jcolon@stevens.edu
Website: http://www.stevens.edu/bemore

Behind the Books
Date: Wednesday, 4/23/14
Time: 8pm
Location: Library

Stevens is full of history. Some of it is openly displayed, but much of it is not so public.
Come appreciate our historical values, enjoy some food and giveaways, and see what Stevens has Behind the Books. You will have a chance to visit Mary Stevens room, Da Vinci and Federick Winslow Taylor rooms and see all of the treasures it exhibits! Stevens family collections will be displayed along with old year books, archives and more!

Contact: Jiaren Li
Email: jli27@stevens.edu

RedShift & Philosophy Club Open Mic Night!
Date: Wednesday, 4/23/14
Time: 9pm
Location: Jacobus Lounge


RedShift's semester-ending event! RedShift and Stevens Philosophy Club welcome you to the stage whether you are a musician, comedian, poet, or actor!
Make sure to sign up by filling out the form: https://orgsync.com/48053/forms/72450
No experience needed! Starbucks drinks and pastries will be served!!

Contact: Halie Holmes
Email: hholmes@stevens.edu

Senior Photos-Last Call
Date: Thursday, 4/24/14
Time: 10am
Location: SITTV Studio (Humphrey's Hall)

Thornton Studio will be on campus Thursday, April 24th from 10AM-2PM and 3PM-7PM to take Senior photos for the yearbook. This is a reminder to any Senior that hasn't taken their picture and would like to, or wants to retake it. To schedule an appointment you can go to www.thorntonstudio.com and enter school code 02639. There is a $3 sitting fee.
If you have any questions, you can e-mail The Link at link@stevens.edu.

Contact: Gaby Khoury
Email: link@stevens.edu

LAA Game Night
Date: Thursday, 4/24/14
Time: 8pm
Location: Jacobus Lounge

Come out to LAA's Game Night and enjoy some fun games, snacks and the chance to win a prize... or a few!
Popular games from Minute to Win It, Dominoes and much MORE!
Questions?

Contact: Daniela Cardona
Email: dcardona@stevens.edu

SPS Problem Of The Week
Date: Friday, 4/25/14
Time: 4pm
Location: 7th Fl. Burchard (Mail Room)
Imagine you are standing in the center of a circle. You are trying to get out of the circle without being caught by a chaser. The chaser stands on the outside of the circle but cannot enter the circle. The chaser runs four times as fast as you. Describe a way that you can escape the circle without being caught.

Best solution to this problem will win a $10 Vito's gift card. Pleas submit solution to the 7th floor of Burchard in the SPS mail box. Or email your solution to ecump@stevens.edu

Contact: Ethan Crump
Email: ecrump@stevens.edu

BOKEN: Clue Edition
Date: Friday, 4/25/14
Time: 5:30pm
Location: Walker Gym

Ever wanted to be part of a Murder Mystery dinner show? BOKEN: Clue Edition is the place for you!

Join us in Walker gymnasium for a night of casino games, gourmet dinner, and a murder mystery show. You will have a chance to win amazing prizes for dressing up, guessing the correct murderer, or supporting your Greek or athletic organization!

Contact: Boken Committee
Email: boken@stevens.edu

Chelsea Art Walk
Date: Saturday, 4/26/14
Time: 10am
Location: Meet in Howe Lobby the go to Chelsea


Join us once again for our trip to Chelsea, NYC!
Experience the vibrant contemporary art scene in Chelsea and discuss what you liked, and otherwise. Discussion will be held in a park over pastries from a French bakery!
We will meet in Howe Lobby at 10:00AM, depart by 10:15AM and travel via PATH ($5).Take a break from thinking like an engineer, learn about something different and exercise your communication skills!

Contact: Joe Risi
Email: jrisi@stevens.edu

Lion Brand Trip
Date: Sunday, 4/27/14
Time: 11:30am
Location: Meet at the Gate House


Join the Stevens Knitting Club for its semesterly trip to the Lion Brand Store in NYC. We will be meeting at the Gate House and taking the Path train into the city. (Bring $5, transportation not included.) Each student who attends will be allotted a portion of the budget to buy supplies for personal projects.

Contact: Kyra Pastore
Email: kpastore@stevens.edu

Hangout with the Provost
Date: Monday, 5/5/14
Time: 6pm
Location: 2 9th St. Hoboken, NJ 07030

Come share your ideas with Provost Korfiatis in the LAST Hangout of the semester. He would like to hear from Stevens undergraduate students about their experience at Stevens, as well as accept suggestions they have for the future. Food and refreshments will be provided.
If you are interested in attending please apply at the following link:
https://orgsync.com/48049/forms/100329

Contact: Michelle Espitia
Email: mespitia@stevens.edu

Stevens Honor Board

The Honor Board is considering changing our bylaws on jury selection, please respond to the following prompt to let the Honor Board know your suggestions and for your chance to win $50. Make sure you include Honor Board Accord in subject line:"As time goes on the culture of each generation changes slightly, new technology is introduced and cultural views change. It has come to the attention of the Honor Board that the current jury selection and jury call process is not as effective as it could be. Stevens is one of the only schools with an all randomly selected jury of students, a true "jury of your peers." What would you advise as the best jury composition? Would having faculty or staff involved in this process be beneficial? Should we consider having “professional” jurors -- students who have had extensive education in the Honor System and are the only ones who may be selected as jurors? What constitutes an efficient jury?"

Contact: Stevens Honor Board
Email: honor@stevens.edu
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Elevator Pitch & Project Plan Pitch Competition 2014
Date: Tuesday, 4/22/14
Time: 3pm


The elevator pitch & project plan pitch competition has been integrated with senior design for those students taking TG 403/404 and those students do not have to come to the information session or submit a separate executive summary.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY - ELEVATOR PITCH
One Page Executive Summary MUST include the following:
·Team Members, Product/Service Description, Problem Being Solved, Competitive Advantage, Business Model, Target Market
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY - PROJECT PLAN PITCH
One Page Executive Summary MUST include the following:
· Team Members, Project/Service/Competition Description, Problem Being Solved, Competitive Advantage, Innovative Elements, Societal Impact

April 4, 2014 - Executive Summary Due
April 22, 2014 - Preliminary Competition Elevator Pitch Competition
April 24, 2014 – Preliminary Competition Project Plan Pitch Competition
April 30, 2014 - Elevator Pitch/Project Plan Final Competition
More info at: http://www.stevens.edu/provost/oie/elevator_pitch

Contact: Sandra Furnbach
Email: Sandra.Furnbach@stevens.edu

The Bard in Charge
Date: Tuesday, 4/22/14
Time: 6pm
Location: Babbio Atrium


Come to Professor Levin’s class, HLI 331: SHAKESPEARE, for a discussion with Norman Augustine and Kenneth Adelman about their book Shakespeare in Charge: The Bard’s Guide to Leading and Succeeding on the Business Stage.
“Across the Shakespearean stage strolls every type of human leader, manager, advisor, consultant, communicator, and customer. Each of these characters can deepen our awareness of the real people we work with and meet every day. Being able to recognize these types helps us to understand them, and means we're able to deal with them more effectively.” – Excerpt from Shakespeare in Charge: The Bard’s Guide to Leading and Succeeding on the Business Stage

Contact: Professor Susan Levin
Email: slevin@stevens.edu

Mindful Mix and Dietician in Pierce Dining
Date: Wednesday, 4/23/14
Time: 11:30am
Location: Pierce Dining Hall

Stop by and formulate your own trail mix recipe! Great on the go and study snacks as well as complex energy for athletes! This station is sponsored by Stevens Dining Services by Sodexo. Alexa Schmidt, RD, will also be available for general answers to your questions regarding your personal nutrition.

Contact: Cynthia Farabaugh
Email: cfarabau@stevens.edu

Creating Effective Resumes
Date: Wednesday, 4/23/14
Time: 3pm
Location: Peirce 218


The Writing & Communications Center will be presenting a workshop on effective resume writing. The presentation will focus on the key elements of successful resumes, such as white space, resume power words, and purpose.

Part of the workshop will be writing and refining your own resume with feedback from WCC consultants. So bring your resume, resume materials and laptop with you. This is a great opportunity, so don’t miss out.

Space is limited to 20. RSVP at wcc@stevens.edu.

Contact: Bobby Pelphrey
Email: wcc@stevens.edu

Tea & Talk
Date: Tuesday, 4/29/14
Time: 4pm
Location: Lore-El Center Lounge


The Counseling Center's Tea & Talk Women's Series discussion. This months topic: Let's Talk about Sex!!

Dr. Melissa Zarin and Lauren Poleyeff, Psy.M. invite all female students for a cup of tea and open discussion. Meet us for monthly workshops on topics relevant to female college students.

Contact: Dr. Melissa Zarin
Email: mzarin@stevens.edu

Elevator Pitch & Project Plan Pitch Competition 2014
Date: Tuesday, 4/30/14
Time: 1:30pm


The capstone senior design project is the culmination of the undergraduate experience, where knowledge gained in the classroom is applied to a major design project. The pinnacle of the experience is the Senior Design Exposition, where all the projects are displayed for the general public and Stevens community. Stevens recognizes the importance of applying projects to real world problems and encourages senior projects to be sponsored or mentored in collaboration with an industrial partner. This provides projects of value to the sponsor, and it imbues a professional orientation in the student team as they work towards providing the sponsor with deliverables in a manner that simulates the environment in a professional environment. Please explore this year’s collaborations, organized by industry.
For more information: http://www.stevens.edu/provost/oie/SeniorDesignProjects

Contact: Sandra Furnbach
Email: Sandra.Furnbach@stevens.edu

3 on 3 Hoops for Habitat Tournament
Date: Friday, 5/2/14
Time: 5pm
Location: Canavan Arena

Support SAAC and Habitat for Humanity
3 on a Team and $30 per a Team.
Prizes for the Winning Team
Registration Deadline - April 29th

Contact: Molly Spadaro
Email: mspadaro@stevens.edu

CAL Salon Series

Get together with faculty and other students for informal discussions of the topics that interest YOU. No homework!! Join anytime during the semester!!

LITERATURE with Profs. Ogden and Vredenburg
Alternating Tuesdays at 5:00 in Peirce 207
Apr. 22, May 6

GRAPHIC NOVELS with Prof. Hammerman
Alternating Wednesdays at 1:00 pm
Apr. 30

CREATIVE WRITING with Prof. Middleton
Alternating Thursdays at 4:00 pm
Apr. 24, May 8

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND SOCIETY with Profs. Russell and Vinsel
Alternating Thursdays at 4:00 pm
May 1

Contact: Professor Jennifer McBryan
Email: jmcbryan@stevens.edu

CAL Philosophy Club Comics and Graphic Novels Salon

Do you like comics and graphic novels? If so, please join the CAL Comics and Graphic Novels Salon. There are no requirements or prerequisites for this ongoing, informal gathering of comics enthusiasts, artists and storytellers.

Meetings take place at 1:00 pm in the Philosophy Club Lounge, Peirce 207. Meeting dates and topics are listed here:
4/30: Looking Behind, Moving Forward and Geeking Out.

Contact: Professor Hammerman
Email: rhammerm@stevens.edu
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*REVISED* Summer I Term Course- Latin American History HHS 357

Are you interested in Latin America? Do you want to know more about Spanish colonization, Rafael Correa, or sustainable development? Then, register for Dr. Digrius's Summer I course, HHS-357-A Latin American History MW 06:00-09:00PM.

In this course, we examine the cultural, economic, political, and social origins of the Latin American Region (Spanish and Portuguese speaking populations). It follows the unfolding and demise of the European social order from 16th century conquests through the 20th century. Specific topics include the Maya, Inca and Aztec worlds; Indian-European confrontations; the Catholic Church and popular religiosity, racial dynamics and slavery; the intermingling and merger of Native Americans, Iberians, and Africans, colonialism and anti-colonial struggles; authoritarian populist and revolutionary movements; land and agrarian reform movements; US/Latin-American relations.

Contact: Dawn M Digrius
Email: Dawn.Digrius@stevens.edu

Office of Residence Life

The summer housing application is available online at www.stevens.edu/housing.
The application is due on Thursday, May 1, 2014.

Anyone who needs summer housing must apply by the deadline.
The summer housing newsletter can by found at the following link:
http://www.stevens.edu/sit/residence-life/services-and-resources.

If you have any questions regarding summer housing please contact us.

Contact: Office of Residence Life
Email: reslife@stevens.edu

Sale Extravaganza and Student Appreciation Day!

The Campus Bookstore is having a SALE EXTRAVAGANZA going on now until commencement. We will also be having Student Appreciation Day on Wednesday, April 9th. Stop by for some huge discounts of up to 50% OFF and special promotions!

**DUCK ALERT!**
"Don't Let these deals waddle away!"
When you see the "DUCK ALERT" logo on select items, SAVE BIG!

Contact: Teresa Tridente
Email: ttrident@stevens.edu
Website: http://www.stevenscampusstore.com

Science & Technology Studies at Stevens

Did you know you need only six courses to earn a minor in Science, Technology & Society or in Science Communication? In Fall 2014 we are offering courses on engineering history, computers and society, science and the media, ethics, science and war, sustainability, standardization, and more - and all of them count for Humanities credit.

Contact: Andrew Russell, Director of STS Program
Email: arussell@stevens.edu


New Course for Fall 2014

HHS 475: Environmental Sustainability in Historical Perspective
Mondays 6:15-8:45PM

The course examines the genealogy of the construct of “sustainability” and the efforts to address its inherent challenges in a variety of places and times. The course is chronological and thematic, with each unit reflecting the mood of the times regarding the conceptual framework of sustainability and reaction/responses, such as the Romantic response to industrialization in Europe and the rise of the Ecology movement in the United States in the late 1960s. It will also provide students with substantive grounding in historical case studies of environmental issues, and develop intellectual tools for understanding and solving contemporary sustainability challenges globally.
Counts for Green Engineering Minor/STS Major/Min or/History Major/Minor

Contact: Dawn M Digrius
Email: Dawn.Digrius@stevens.edu

Innovation & Entrepreneurship Undergraduate Summer Scholars Research Program - Summer 2014

The Office of Innovation & Entrepreneurship, (OIE) is now seeking participants for the 2014 Innovation & Entrepreneurship (I&E) Summer Scholars Research Program. In this program, undergraduate students engage in research, innovative design, and/or business projects for a period of 10 weeks. The work must be conducted on campus under the active supervision of a Stevens faculty member or a member of the research/scientific staff. The program provides a stipend of $3,500 and on-campus housing assistance for those living 25 miles away from Stevens, up to $2600 limit.

Contact: Sandra Furnbach
Email: sfurnbac@stevens.edu

ASC Walk-In Tutoring Center Spring 2014

The ASC Walk-In Tutoring Center, located in the Library Room 306, offers tutors for many undergraduate technical courses. Students can stop in the tutoring center to meet with available tutors for help with course material.

No appointments necessary! The hours of operation for the semester are:
Sunday 5:00PM – 11:00PM
Monday – Thursday 2:00PM – 11:00PM
Friday 12:00PM – 5:00PM
Spring 2014 Calendar

The detailed schedule (tutor names with specific times and courses) can be found on the ASC website under the link “ASC Walk-In Tutoring”.
Updates &/or changes to the daily schedule are posted on that page as well.

Contact: Dean Tamna
Email: asc@stevens.edu
Website: http://www.stevens.edu/asc
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*NEW* Stevens Orchestra Spring Concert
Date: Sunday, 4/27/14
Time: 4pm

Conducted by Beth Cohen, the Orchestra will be performing the works of Ludwig van Beethoven, Leonard Bernstein, Joseph Haydn, J.S. Bach and George Gershwin. The concert will also showcase the Stevens String Quartet and Stevens Brass Quintet.

Tickets are $7 for adults and $3 for Stevens Students/Faculty & Staff/Children/Seniors. All tickets are general admission. Tickets can be purchased online at www.stevens.edu/DeBaunCenter. Tickets are also available at the door and Duckbills are accepted.

Contact: Carl Russell
Email: Carl.Russell@stevens.edu

Stevens Concert Band Spring Concert
Date: Saturday, 4/26/14
Time: 8pm


Conducted by Gerald Ficeto, the Concert Band will be performing the works of Gustav Holst, Clare Grundman and Klaus Bedel with performances of the "Pirates of the Caribbean Symphonic Suite" and "Lord of the Dance." The concert will also showcase the Stevens Brass Ensemble, Stevens Flute Trio and Stevens Woodwind Ensemble.
Tickets are $7 for adults and $3 for Stevens Students/Faculty & Staff/Children/Seniors. All tickets are general admission. Tickets can be purchased online at www.stevens.edu/DeBaunCenter. Tickets are also available at the door and Duckbills are accepted.

Contact: Carl Russell
Email: Carl.Russell@stevens.edu

Stevens Jazz Band Spring Concert
Date: Wednesday, 4/30/14
Time: 7pm


Under the direction of Gerald Ficeto, the Jazz Band will be performing the classic band jazz of Duke Ellington and Maynard Ferguson and the jazz fusion of Weather Report with the music of Lennon and McCartney.
Tickets are $7 for adults and $3 for Stevens Students/Faculty & Staff/Children/Seniors. All tickets are general admission. Tickets can be purchased online at www.stevens.edu/DeBaunCenter. Tickets are also available at the door and Duckbills are accepted.

Contact: Carl Russell
Email: Carl.Russell@stevens.edu
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Spring 2014 Group Exercise Season

The Spring 2014 Group Exercise Season is Upon Us. Please take a look at the Wellness Classes we are offering this semester. Registration Deadline is Friday January 17th, 2014. The class fee is $50.00-$60.00 for a 10 week session. To register please contact Aliyah Reid.

Contact: Aliyah Reid
Email: areid@stevens.edu

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After School Childcare Opportunity

We're looking for an after-school sitter (male or female) for our 8yr old son and 5 yr old daughter. The hours would be from school pick-up at 3pm to 6.30pm. Days required: every Monday, with flexibility to cover other days more infrequently.

The candidate must be responsible and reliable, as well as being out-going, active and have a sense of fun. Prior experience working with children preferable but not essential. Looking for someone who will really value the experience of looking after with two great kids.Candidate required to start ASAP.

Compensation: Competitive
Contact: Alister Greenwood
Email: Saajcjem@gmail.com
Phone: 646-410-3191

Math, Science, Physics Tutors Wanted

Teachers and tutors wanted in all subjects at K-12 level for part-time positions in Montville, NJ. Easy access from 287, 46 and 202. Flexible hours, work as much or little as you like. Evening and weekend hours available. Pay commensurate with experience, average is 50% above district. Please forward resume, copy of certificates and/or college transcript (if employed less than 5 years).
Further inquiries may be directed to AEC Montville at 973-454-1587

Compensation: TBD
Contact: S. Brooks
Email: aecmontville@gmail.com
Phone: 973-454-1587
Website: http://www.academicexcellencecenter.com

Premier Day Camp in East Brunswick, NJ - Seeking unique people to make lifetime memories!

Lakeview is a place we want everyone to call home! We have openings for every type of individual wanting to make a difference in a child’s life, and change their own!

You must be available June 30th to Aug 22nd Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:15 pm

We only hire staff that is a minimum of college age for counselor and specialist positions including:
Ropes course
Waterfront – Boating qualified lifeguards
Swim Instructors – Certified Lifeguards
Sports Coaches - Tennis, Hockey, Soccer
Arts Teachers
Group counselors

Compensation: Dependant on job role
Contact: Jon Grove
Email: jon@lakeviewdaycamp.com
Phone: 732-821-8933
Website: http://www.lakeviewdaycamp.com

Attention Digital Engineers or Engineering/Computer Science Students

Digital Behavioral Health, Inc. is seeking digital engineers or engineering/computer science students who would like the opportunity to participate in an early stage start-up. DBH is focused on creating mobile applications and platforms that address mental health needs. DBH's first project is a health website with accompanying mobile application that allows patients to track data related to mood and behaviors. The project will involve coding a user-friendly, interactive mobile application that will be available for iOS and Android OS, as well as a website. The ideal candidate will have previous experience building mobile apps and web platforms.

Compensation is negotiable and based on experience. Candidate can work remotely.
If interested, please contact Lauren at 347-746-7379 or at digitalbehavioralhealth@gmail.com

Contact: Lauren Mills
Email: digitalbehavioralhealth@gmail.com
Phone: 347-746-7379

Part-time Babysitter Wanted

Babysitter wanted for occasional evenings for two children, ages 8 and 11, in Hoboken.

Contact: Patti
Email: pcjs@optonline.net

Part Time Summer Position Available

Are you looking for a fun, exciting job this summer? Hoboken Dive Center is the area's premier scuba diving shop. We offer everything from certification courses to equipment. We're currently looking for a part time employee this summer to start in May. No diving experience is necessary, although an interest in diving would be preferred.

Contact: Yunior Caballero
Email: Hobokendive@gmail.com
Phone: 201-795-3483
Website: http://www.hobokendive.com/

Retail Associates - Carlos Bakery

We are currently hiring front of the house associates at our busy location in Hoboken, NJ. Must have a minimum of one year experience in retail and customer service .
Weekend availablity is a must and must be able to work all summer.

Please email hr@carlosbakery.com or call Rhea at 201-448-8384 for immediate consideration.

Compensation: $8.50 Per Hr.
Contact: Rhea Manansala
Email: rhea@carlosbakery.com
Phone: 201-448-8384

Mechanical Engineering Tutor for FE Exam Needed!

I am a Steven's student who will be taking the Mechanical Engineering FE exam on May 12th. I am looking to hire a tutor to meet on Steven's campus and work 4-8 hours a week for the next 8 weeks to help fully prepare me for the exam. My schedule is fairly flexible and I can meet at times compatible with your school/work schedule. I am preferably looking for someone who has recently passed the Mechanical Engineering F.E. with a high mark as well as maintains a high GPA and has the ability and patience to tutor. I am open to working with an undergraduate, graduate student, or professional. This is a great opportunity for someone to make some extra cash. If interested, please contact me with your credentials, schedule, and contact info. Thanks in advance for your interest!

Compensation: $25 Per Hr. Cash (Contact To Discuss)
Contact: James Bogush
Email: jbogush@stevens.edu
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