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Learning Experience Intern
The LX intern will support the Education team by performing a blend of day-to-day tasks as well as project work to gain experience within the corporate education profession.
- Collaborates with the Education team to develop and deliver high-quality training materials to customers.
- Responsible for reviewing/editing courses and question banks, ensuring accuracy, flow and adherence to ASQ standards.
- Assists instructional design resources with quality assurance by formatting, proofing, and cleaning up instructional deliverables.
- Shadow Education team to learn and help drive improved efficiencies.
- Adheres to ASQ Competencies: Accountability, Communication, Continuous Improvement, Developing Self and Staff, Ethics and Teamwork.
- All other duties as assigned.
High school diploma and Microsoft Word, Outlook, and Excel proficiency required. Must be currently pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Instructional Technology, Education Studies, Communication, or related field. Knowledge of Storyline 360 a plus.
Working Conditions And Physical Requirements
Work Condition: Normal Office Environment. This role is eligible for 100% telecommuting.
Volunteer Tutor Opportunities, Parkview School
Contact person is Michael Venable, Before and After School Care Director for Parkview Elementary; 414.393.2740.
He’s looking for two to three individuals would be interested in possibly working with the children that are in their program during phase one here at MPS. They have a handful of students that are participating in online schooling while at the program, and he has a waiting list but needs more assistance!
Tutor, 4th Grade Student (posted 9/17/20)
Dear prospective tutor,
Right before COVID-19 hit our collective fronts, our 4th grade daughter, Mabel, was diagnosed with a reading comprehension disability by her school.
And while we know the best course of action is to stay safe and isolated, from a pure learning standpoint, virtual isn't clicking as much as we hoped it would.
That's where hopefully you come in: We are looking to hire a tutor to come to our house in Bay View approximately two times a week to work with her on reading, writing, and comprehension (we can be flexible in terms of days and times a week).
The ideal tutor would be someone aspiring to work with special education students, but we are very open to any education major that is motivated to work with our daughter.
Lastly, pay will depend on the candidates background, but recognizing these wild times and the increased risk to meeting in-person right now, we would at least pay $35 per one hour session.
If this sounds right for you, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text at 414 559 9273.
Care Provider, Elm Grove (posted 9/8/20)
We are seeking a female college to become a care provider for our 12-year-old daughter who has cognitive and physical disabilities. She is a sweet, sunshiny child with no aggressive behavior. We would provide training on how to keep her busy and active as well as other care responsibilities. Individuals preparing for degrees in therapy disciplines (PT, OT, speech therapy or ABA) or special education are particularly desired.
Hours would be primarily on Saturday (9 a.m. to mid-afternoon) at our home in Elm Grove (near Brookfield Square Mall), but we would also welcome help in after school and some evenings. Many more hours would be available during the week if her school does to an entirely virtual format. (College student is welcome to do their virtual work from our home while providing child care.) Pay is dependent on experience but is at least $15 an hour. Inquires and questions are welcome. Please contact Gina, the mom, at email@example.com
We will post opportunities for one month unless otherwise requested.