LTP Scholars is looking for part time tutors to supplement our math, social studies and science programs, particularly in Algebra I & 2, precalculus and calculus, along with economics, government, and physics.
The Opportunity: Instructors at LTP Scholars are not tutors in the traditional sense, but rather work one-on-one and in small groups with students to both fill in content gaps and foster a love of learning and deeper understanding of the topic at hand.
The School: LTP Scholars is a unique school in Daniel Island that offers supplementary education to students dedicated to extracurricular pursuits. At LTP Scholars, we focus on creating an environment where students are able to thrive in their academics as well as in their passions.
Benefits: Students will have the ability to apply the teaching strategies they are learning in lectures in real time with feedback from a group of certified teachers. They will also have the opportunity to create their own lessons, and hone their teaching skills. Non-education majors can also use this opportunity to develop leadership, communication, and self-starting skills.
Great Fit For: Education (particularly those preparing for their student teaching semester) / STEM / History / PoliSci
How to Apply: Reach out to Jean Bartlett with your resume at email@example.com; deadline is Sept. 1, 2023
The Pediatric Psychology Service in the Division of Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) has announced several 1-2 year part-time psychometrist positions effective May 2023.
The position provides extensive training and supervision in a wide range of psychometric instruments utilized in the evaluation of children and adolescents, birth through 21 years of age, with complex medical and/or neurodevelopment conditions (e.g., Autism Spectrum Disorder, cancer & brain tumor, epilepsy, and sickle cell disease).
Psychometrists receive close mentorship by faculty psychologists in standardized test administration procedures and behavior management strategies, as well as the opportunity to participate in feedback evaluation results to patients and their families.
About the Role
The primary responsibility of the psychometrist involves administration and scoring of standardized tests for psychoeducational and neuropsychological assessments conducted by faculty psychologists.
Commonly administered psychometric instruments include the WISC-V, DAS-II, WJ-IV, WIAT-IV, and DTVMI. Other instruments utilized in neuropsychological evaluation include the NEPSY-II, CPT-3, D-KEFS, and WRAML-3.
Training and ongoing supervision in test administration and scoring will be provided. The position also may involve administration of psychometric tests according to various research protocols and administrative support related to faculty psychologists’ clinical and research activities.
The Pediatric Psychology Service in the Division of Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics is an outpatient clinic located in a major medical center that serves a diverse population of patients from a large geographical area (www.musckids.org/developmentalpeds/#about).
The Pediatric Psychology team consists of seven licensed psychologists and one licensed psychoeducational specialist. The team works closely with other allied health professionals to provide comprehensive psychological and medical care to children and adolescents.
Between 24 and 32 hours per week are available (to be negotiated upon hire) at an hourly wage of $15 to $18, depending on level of experience.
Preference will be given to candidates with experience in test administration and working with children.
Those interested in the position should submit a cover letter, current resume, a list of psychometric instruments administered, and a list of references to Mary Kral, Ph.D. Application deadline: March 31, 2023.
Through its variety of grants, the Fulbright program offers students the opportunity to work, study, and live in another country for up to one year after graduation in one of the over 140 Fulbright partner countries.
A Fulbright can be a great way to begin graduate study, continue research, or pursue a meaningful gap year experience. Students pursuing a Fulbright must have completed their undergraduate degree by the start of the Fulbright grant period and select one of the opportunities listed below:
Planning a Study Abroad trip? Consider a semester full of pyramids and pharaohs at the American University of Cairo
The American University of Cairo program is supported by a generous scholarship from the School of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs; students are strongly encouraged to consider while planning for study abroad.
This exchange program is currently open for the Fall 2023 semester or Fall 2023-Spring 2024 year.
Funding, up to $7,000 per semester, is available for study in Cairo, Egypt at the American University of Cairo. To apply for funding, see the links in the attached flyer.
The Lonon Foundation is currently seeking volunteers for the Spring 2023 semester.
The Lonon Foundation is an organization that provides support to children and families who have been impacted by a caregiver or parent’s cancer diagnosis in any capacity (new diagnosis, currently in treatment, currently in remission, relapse, or death from cancer).
Volunteering for the Lonon Foundation includes monthly meetings with College of Charleston student volunteers and monthly events interacting with the children and families the Lonon foundation is supporting!
This is a great opportunity to earn volunteer hours and learn strategies for how to engage with children who have experienced a traumatic event and will engage in activities that are most suited for the child
Quest in Recovery is offering a unique opportunity to work closely alongside a CofC alum for a nonprofit that offers community-led mental health and recovery resources for young adults and college students.
The Opportunity: This internship entails managing the Mentor Program; this involves overseeing all application information, creating intake surveys, internal communication, and helping organize events and fun get-togethers.
There is also the possibility to specialize in a role that also includes grant writing, community organizing, social media content creation, and community outreach to the existing hospital, school, and court programs in the Charleston Area.
Benefits: A great opportunity to learn about community organizing, running a nonprofit, and chance to create something new for the Charleston community that is deeply needed.
Great fit for: Public Health / Psychology / Religious Studies / Communications / Education / English
How to Apply: Email a resume, additional information on your career interests, and any questions about the opportunity to Luke Shirley (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Osgood Center for International Studies Opportunities
The Osgood Center for International Studies has two opportunities available for students of all majors!
The International Studies Program is pleased to announce, together with the School of Languages, Cultures, & World Affairs that the application process for a great opportunity to learn more about global leadership and to engage in professional development in 2023 is now open.
The Osgood Center for International Studies in Washington DC has partnered with CofC to make it possible for a select number of students from the College to attend their Leadership Program in January 2023.
The Osgood Center for International Studies is also selecting candidates for a professional development program the Osgood Center is offering in the spring and summer.
The deadline for the Osgood Center Leadership Institute is November 21, 2022. The deadline for the professional development program is January 1, 2023.
You can also find the application links for both programs here:
Compensation 101: How Employers Determine Your Worth, How to Negotiate & Alumni Mega Panel.
Next Wednesday, October 26th, the Career Center is hosting an Alumni panel discussing compensation for employment opportunities.
This event is open to all students and is from 5:00pm to 7:30pm in Stern Ballroom.
This opportunity is great for all students, specifically students expecting job offers in the coming year.
This will be a great way to learn about the reality of life after college and understand what makes a competitive employment offer. Students will also learn from Alumni as they share insights on their companies, what goes into an offer letter, and other perks students should be on the lookout for!