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The Archimedes Project

The Archimedes Project is recruiting aspiring entrepreneurs to spend two­-three months working in their chosen country as a Frontier Entrepreneur. The Fellow will examine the water and sanitation market, needs and customer attitudes, conduct stakeholder interviews, build local partnerships and may begin micro­testing business ideas. Working with the Archimedes Project team, the fellow will, among other things, identify social […]

The Connecticut Higher Order Thinking (HOT) Schools program promotes the integration of the arts across disciplines through innovative professional development opportunities for teachers. This year, the HOT Schools program and the Green Street Teaching and Learning Center have partnered to offer a special summer internship for Wesleyan students. This is a unique opportunity for a […]

Several of the student coordinators in the Office of Community Service will be graduating this May, and while we’re very sad to see them go, it’s exciting to welcome new leaders into the fold! If you’re an organized and innovative team player who would like experience in community engagement and volunteer management, apply today to […]

The WSA and Information Technology Services are seeking a responsible and accountable self-starter to serve as the WSA OrgSync Support Intern for the fall semester, or until given projects are completed. The pay rate is $10/hour for approximately 3-5 hours per week. Work-study eligible students are preferred, but anyone can apply!  OrgSync serves as a focal point and networking site for student […]

Green Street is looking for instructors to teach dance classes in their Discovery AfterSchool Program this coming fall. There class openings available on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday afternoons for kids in Grades 1-3 for dance classes, as well as a Wednesday opening for a music class.  Instructors would teach a class once a week (Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday) from 4:15 to 5:15 PM at Green Street. They are […]

Wesleyan’s Center for Prison Education is currently seeking students who are passionate about social justice and access to higher education to serve as Peer Tutors and Research Interns during the 2015-2016 academic year. Peer Tutors work with CPE students to complete course assignments and develop writing skills. Tutors travel to the prison either once or twice per week for […]

If you are interested in hunger and housing issues in the greater Middletown community, apply to serve as coordinator for the following groups! Both positions are partially paid and are official Office of Community Service staff positions. Bread Salvage: Bread Salvage is a program that salvages bread from the Cromwell Freihofer’s outlet and delivers it to students at […]

An opportunity from Mitch Fehr ’16 and Aly Raboff ’16, the Green Corps On-Campus Interns: Green Corps is coming back to campus! Please join us on Thursday, March 26 from 6-8 PM in 45 Wyllys room 114 for an on-campus activist training workshop led by Isabel Stern ’14, a Green Corps-trained activist organizer and Wes alum. The workshop will […]

Frequenters of the ENGAGE Blog and the OCS Lounge (Allbritton 318 – Come say hello!) are likely familiar with me, the Civic Engagement Fellow, and Shannon Nelson ’14, the Center for Prison Education Fellow. Our respective tenures at Wesleyan will come to a close this summer, and the Center for Community Partnerships is now seeking the […]

A fantastic opportunity from Jordyn Lexton ’08, Executive Director of Drive Change: US Drive Change is a food truck social enterprise – we build food trucks that hire, teach and empower formerly incarcerated youth. We aim to connect with the public and create a community of people who are hungry to reconsider the current criminal […]

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