UT Microfarm Volunteer Positions Open
The UT Microfarm, UT’s first student-run farm, is seeking team leaders, team members, and regular volunteers to attend our weekly workdays! Located near the Facilities Complex at 2204 Leona Street (at the corner of Manor and Leona), the Microfarm uses organic, sustainable methods to grow produce for UT dining halls and the local community. The following volunteer positions are available:
All volunteer positions have the potential to earn a paid position for summer 2015 and/or the 2015-2016 school year. If interested, please contact the staff at firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information about position requirements. Interested volunteers should then attend a weekly workday (Thursdays 3:30-6:30pm and Saturdays 9am-12pm) to meet the staff and undergo any necessary training. (more info)
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The University of Texas at Austin’s Center for Identity is looking for a student programmer and an animator to join its Games Team, on a part-time basis, to help create games tackling issues surrounding identity theft and protection. Along with the games team lead, the animator and programmer will help design and implement a small-scale game that will be hosted on the Center’s website.
An ideal animator for this position is strong in 2D animation, character design, and environmental art.
An ideal programmer is strong in object oriented programming, iterative software development, and at least one modern we-based game development framework.
Both positions are flexible with students’ workload and class schedules, and both positions are paid.
If you are passionate about making games, this is a great opportunity to take creative control of a full game from start to finish. You’ll have the chance to flex your game design chops, learn new skills from an educational game-making veteran, and get paid along the way.
Apply today on hirealonghorn.org!
Student Game Animator- Job ID 52300 Student Game Programmer- Job ID 52301
Parlez -vous Francais?
Are you a junior or senior in college? Consider an internship with Great Wall China Adoption/Children of All Nations. Interns work with our outreach and marketing team, case managers, waiting child counselors, and referral teams to receive hands-on experience with families in the adoption process. The internship is perfect for students interested in psychology, sociology, social work, human development and family sciences, communications, marketing and business. Best part? Internships can be custom-tailored to your specific major and specific area(s) of interest!
We currently have internship positions available for students who are fluent in French. This is a great opportunity to practice reading, translating, writing in French and speaking French with our representatives in other countries.
**Note: these internships are unpaid. If interested, please submit a cover letter, resume, and availability to: Emily@childrenofallnations.com