Boston Area Returned Peace Corps Volunteers

Community Bulletin Board


If you would like to post anything to the community bulletin board, please fill out this form www.barpcv.org/ebulletin.  You will receive an email when the opportunity has been posted.

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INDEX (Job index below)

  • Looking for volunteers for a UMass and/or Suffolk Career Fair
  • Host a PCV and doctor from the National Malaria Control Program of Senegal
  • Volunteer at the Around the World Fair at Boston University for Peace Corps Week
  • Volunteer opportunity at Lasell College
    Learn about Suffolk University's new Coverdel Fellows Programs
  • Peace Corps Volunteer Opportunity to speak as a panelist
  • Make a difference for lonely seniors. Volunteer today!
  • Mentorship opportunities through Global Potential

 

JOB INDEX

For details on BNID postings please visit http://bnid.org/jobs

Summer Teaching Opportunity - Impact Boston at Brandeis University

  • GlobeMed is seeking its next Executive Director



 

Cambridge Health Alliance

- 4 Open care partner roles who would be doing a lot of health education for folks with mental health issues.

- Job description is attached

- Send resume & cover letter with subject title “Mental Health Care Partner position” to Christine Claypoole (Program Manager, Behavioral Health Integration) at cclaypoole@challiance.org

Peace Corps Opportunity in NYC

The Regional Office Manager (NERO) position has been posted internally and externally and will remain open until March 9. Access via this link

- Apply by March 9th 

Posted on 3/01/2015


Summer Teaching Opportunity - Impact Boston at Brandeis University

Impact Boston is a Jewish Service Learning summer program for high school students based within the Brandeis Office of High School Programs. We seek dedicated, dynamic and creative educators with a passion for social justice and community service to join our staff for Summer 2015. 

Working with Brandeis High School Programs is an empowering growth experience which emphasizes collaboration, innovation and professional development for all of our staff. And its a lot of fun too! 

Bachelor's Degree required and community service experience preferred. For more information please visit our Employment Opportunities page and filling out our employment inquiry form. 

Posted on 3/01/2015


 

UMass and Suffolk Career Fairs

On Wednesday, March 4, the University of Massachusetts Boston and Suffolk University are holding their career fairs. UMass Boston is from 1-4, and Suffolk is from 4-6. I am in need of one or two RPCVs to cover one of the two fairs, and Kat Deutsch (PC recruiter) will cover the other.

 

The University of Massachusetts Boston is located in Dorchester, off of the JFK/UMass stop on the Red Line. There is also parking available on campus. Suffolk is located right downtown on Tremont Street, close to the Park Street stop on the Red Line. There is no parking available.

If anyone is interested and able in helping with either fair, please email Kat at kdeutsch@peacecorps.gov.

Posted: Feb. 18, 2015


  

Host a PCV and doctor from the National Malaria Control Program of Senegall
Hey BARPCV!  My name is Janelle Kibler and I am a current Health Extension PCV in Senegal. This year I'm teaming up with a doctor from Senegal's National Malaria program (PNLP) to complete the Global Health Delivery Intensive at Harvard during the month of July. This will be completed as part of my 3rd year extension to coordinate a national malaria program, called Integrated PECADOM Plus. Since Peace Corps and other sponsors will be funding this opportunity we are trying to save as much money as possible. The room and board for Harvard is quite expensive for this program and so I wanted to reach out to local RPCVs to see if anyone is able to provide room and board for a month while we are completing this program. Please spread the word and have anyone interested contact me as soon as possible! Thank you!

Contact for this opportunity: Kiblerjl@gmail.com

Posted: Feb 7, 2015

Posting: 06302015


 

The Boston Peace Corps Recruiters are hosting an Around the World Fair at Boston University during Peace Corps Week, on Monday, March 2nd from 12:30 to 3:30pm. RPCVs are needed to represent each region of the world in which Peace Corps serves, through information and interactive tables representing the regions.

· About Peace Corps Week: Each year, Peace Corps Week commemorates the anniversary of Kennedy’s establishment of the Peace Corps on March 1, 1961. Peace Corps Week, held this year from March 1-7, 2015, is a global celebration of how Peace Corps makes a difference at home and abroad.

 

The Peace Corps community is invited to bring the world home for Peace Corps Week 2015 with “Around the World with Peace Corps” festivals. Peace Corps festivals are an exciting opportunity to connect with the American public and offer a front row seat to some of the world's most remote places as well as firsthand perspectives not otherwise easily accessible.


● Ideas for interactive activities at tables: Teach students how to wrap a sarong, teach a few words of the language, have students find the country on the map, play a game, use a cooking device etc.

 

This event should be a really fun time, but we need your help to make it successful! Please email Amber Patterson-Strom at apattersonstrom@peacecorps.gov if you are available to help out with the Around the World Fair.

 
Volunteer opportunity at Lasell College
One RPCV is needed to attend the Lasell College Study Abroad Fair. The fair will be held on Tuesday, February 3rd from 1:30-3:15pm at Lasell’s campus in Newton, MA. Free lunch provided to attendees! If you can attend, please contact Amber Patterson-Strom directly at apattersonstrom@peacecorps.gov.
Posted Jan 26, 2015
Posting #020315

 
Learn about Suffolk University's new Coverdel Fellows programs
Learn about Suffolk University's new Fellows programs for Master of Science in Crime & Justice Studies, Master of Science in Ethics & Public Policy, Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling, Political Science (MS), Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA), Master of Public Administration (MPA) from Director of Graduate Admissions at Suffolk University.
Website URL: http://www.peacecorps.gov/volunteer/learn/meet/events/15926/
Contact for this opportunity : kdeutsch@peacecorps.gov
Post on Jan. 11, 2015
Posting#021815

  

    Make a difference for lonely seniors. Volunteer today!

Do you miss interacting with individuals from various backgrounds and cultures? At FriendshipWorks we are doing our best to reduce isolation among the elderly. Spend an hour a week listening, grabbing a coffee, going shopping etc. befriending an elder. Volunteers are also needed for our medical escort program, Spanish speaking progam, pet visitation and assisting with one time projects.
Website URL: http://www.fw4elders.org/
Contact: Amy O'Dea at aodea@fw4elders.org or (617) 482-1510
Posting#090415-00
     


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