Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center

April 30, 2015

Gender Odyssey needs volunteers

The 15th annual Gender Odyssey Conference is looking for individuals interested in a Seattle Children’s supported volunteer opportunity working with gender-non-conforming, intersex and trans children and their siblings (ages 4-12). Volunteers will supervise and facilitate activities in Kids and Tween Camps while their parents participate in conference workshops. We are looking for people able to create

Volunteer @ Beat the Bridge Benefit

We are looking for some volunteers for Nordstrom Beat the Bridge to benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. About the Beat the Bridge and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF): The Nordstrom Beat the Bridge to Beat Diabetes is a fundraiser for JDRF—the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. The event consists

Join our People Operations and Communications team this summer!

One Acre Fund, a social enterprise that supplies smallholder farmers in East Africa with the tools and financing they need to grow their way out of hunger and poverty – and we are looking for a Seattle-based intern to join our People Operations and Communications team this summer! This position will allow a student or

Student Life Social Media Team Member

Are you looking to build upon your digital communications experience with a robust and growing UW social media presence? The UW Student Life (UWSL) social media team is looking for student volunteers to help manage our various social channels! *This opportunity will kick off with training in spring quarter 2015, with full commitment beginning in

Summer environmental research opportunity

Since the Summer of 2010 Kalu Yala Research Institute has had students from 20 countries, 45 states, and 160 universities produce more than 500 individual research projects and reports in sustainability. Please see program details or apply by clicking here: www.kaluyala.com/education/. With exceptional ratings from our 500+ alumni and support from professors around the world, we’re quickly

Love plants? Help out at the May Edible Plant Sale!

It’s time for Seattle Tilth’s May Edible Plant Sale! Come out to our festive annual gardener gathering, where you’ll find the largest selection of organically, sustainably and locally grown vegetable plant starts in the Puget Sound Region. It’s happening Saturday, May 2 and Sunday, May 3, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at Meridian Park, behind the Good

April 3, 2015

Work with Planned Parenthood Votes Northwest

Planned Parenthood Votes NW promotes and protects reproductive health, rights and justice. We do this by advocating for public policies that guarantee the right to choice and full and nondiscriminatory access to reproductive health care, and fostering and preserving a social and political climate favorable to the exercise of reproductive choice through voter education, candidate

Work-study position with the School of Social Work

Hiring 1-2 student workers at the Office of Student Services in the School of Social Work. Hiring for Spring Quarter with commitment of staying in position for 2015-2016 academic year. Preference to those who plan to take courses in Summer Quarter 2015. Before applying, please note this position requires: – Federal work-study funding for 2014-2015

Help out the Salvation Army!

On May 8, 2015, we will be having our annual fund-raiser, The Red Kettle Luncheon, with special guest Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, who will be receiving the Arthur S. Langlie award for visionary leadership. We are also honored to have former Seahawk & Huskie Brock Huard, KING 5 morning anchor Mark Wright, and many

March 31, 2015

Bring UW research to kids at the Pacific Science Center

Paws-on Science is coming up on April 10-12, and University Marketing & Communications is in need of some great volunteers to pull it off and give the public the best experience ever! Paws-on Science is a fun, high-energy event at the Pacific Science Center where kids get to interact with some of the fascinating research coming out of

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