The Environmental Dashboard (ED) project is seeking qualified student applicants to fill two distinct positions described below that require a variety of communication, editing and computer science skills. Students accepted can be paid or receive academic credit for their work during the semester. Environmental Dashboard is a communication technology developed in Oberlin and now being implemented in other communities that combines public display of resource use and environmental quality through entire communities with photographs and messages drawn from community interviews (www.environmentaldashboard.org). The goal of these linked components is to empower thought and action that strengthen community, sustainability and resilience. As described below, individual fellows will focus on distinct areas of the project -- we are looking to add new members to a highly collaborative team. The two positions require very distinct skills and responsibilities -- don’t be put off if some of these require skills you don’t have or don’t interest you.
2) Community Voices and Educational Content Manager: The Community Voices component of the ED project leverages social psychology to combine images and words to celebrate thought and action that move communities towards sustainability. Photographs and text gathered from interviews with community members emphasize neighbors, children, nature, community service, social justice, heritage and local economic development. The fellow working on this component will manage a database of photographs and text, solicit and develop new content, conduct interviews, edit articles and participate in research to assess the impact. The fellow will also assist in editing and managing educational content developed by and for teachers who are using Environmental Dashboard in K-12 curriculum. Qualifications include: a high level of responsibility and initiative; strong organizational skills; a high level of comfort engaging with the public; strong interview and editing skills; and experience working in the Oberlin community. Photographic skills are a plus.
Oberlin College students are invited to apply for a job in the Office of Communications. We have a position for a student web assistant to provide production support for the overall Oberlin College website using its content management system: Drupal.
Duties will include content updates, webpage production, troubleshooting, customer support, among other tasks as assigned.
In general, you’ll:
• Make websites
• Communicate and collaborate with faculty and staff as needed
• Use web-based tools and applications
• Troubleshoot and solve web-based problems
• Show up on time (hey, it is a job!)
• Commit to 8-10 hours a week
Knowledge of HTML and CSS a plus. Training provided.
Interested? Apply online at jobs.oberlin.edu and select the "Student Workers" tab. Locate "Student Web Assistant" link for details about the job.
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Sperry-Gorske Agency, Inc. is Celebrating our 120th Anniversary serving the Oberlin Community... Local Representation "Since 1898!"
Family Promise, a nonprofit that helps homeless families, needs 5-6 people to help organize the donations at our location at 440 West Lorain St., Oberlin. Donations consist of kitchen items, clothes, toys, towels, and the like. You can walk, ride a bike, drive there... Physically move donations from one room to another, upstairs/downstairs, into designated areas in order to have all like donations in one room. You can sign up at the Bonner Center volunteer site or email me before Friday, September 28th 4:00 p.m. OH and snacks will be available!
I need someone with Apple expertise--especially IBooks Author-- to help me with a relatively simple problem trying to edit an existing book. If you know the program I can't imagine it would take more than an hour or two. $15 per hour. I am faculty at the Con.
Students, Faculty and Staff! Are you interested in sharing your talents (art, music, dance, etc)? Learning about a new culture? Having meaningful discussions with your community and/or strangers from other parts of the world? Come by and check out the Portal brought by Shared Studios. It’s the really cool gold, luminous shipping container outside of Wilder. It will be here until Novemeber 10!
If you would like to propose an idea for a connection with another site or learn more about what this project is visit https://www.sharedstudios.com/oberlin
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