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  • Paid Tutoring Position with Aristotle Circle

    Aristotle Circle Peer Tutoring is hiring paid tutors.  Peer tutors provide tutoring in the subjects of your choice and have flexible work hours.  Peer tutors should be in college, have an “A” cumulative GPA, have experience working with kids or students, be available to work at least three hours per week, and have access to transportation.   Learn more and apply at  

  • seeking Writers

    Gozamos, the Chicago-based independent online magazine dedicated to the arts, culture and politics, is looking for speakerheads, foodies, bookworms, fashionistas, art aficionados, TV addicts, political wonks and storytellers to join our team of contributors. If you have a talent for writing and a passion for sharing your knowledge and experiences with the world, then Gozamos may be the place for you.  All 5 sections are currently recruiting writers: Music, Arts & Entertainment, Food + Drink, Lifestyle, Tu Cultura.  Click on the post to read more.

  • Environment Illinois Campaign Jobs

    Canvasser, Field Manager, and Campaign Organizer jobs in Chicago:
    The Fund for the Public Interest is working with Environment Illinois on a campaign to protect Lake Michigan.  The Lake is one of the most beautiful parts of our state.  Unfortunately, billions of gallons of toxic pollution flow into Lake Michigan every year, causing hundreds of beach closings and public health hazards.  So, we’re working to get the Obama administration to restore clean water protections that will keep toxic waste out of Lake Michigan, by putting public pressure on him to support the Clean Water Restoration act.

  • Teach for America Application Deadline Fri. 1/24

    How has your UIC experience transformed your life?  Join the movement that strives to give all students access to a transformational education. TEACH FOR AMERICA application deadline is January 24th.

    Join the 11,000 corps members teaching in 50 regions across the country, and the 32,000 alumni that are working from inside and outside the field of education to ensure that all children, regardless of zip code, receive an excellent education.  Click on the post to learn more.

  • Paid Editorial Internship with Foreign Affairs for Recent Grads, Apply by Mon. 2/3

    Foreign Affairs is looking for an Academic Year Intern to join the editorial team.

    The Academic Year Internship is a full-time paid position in New York City offering exceptional training in serious journalism. The intern works as an assistant editor with substantial responsibility. Previous interns have included recent graduates from undergraduate and master’s programs. Candidates should have a serious interest in international relations, a flair for writing, and a facility with the English language.

    The position lasts for one year, starting in late spring or early summer.

    You will need to submit a cover letter, résumé, three writing samples, and three letters of recommendation by February 3, 2014. Only finalists will be interviewed.

    Visit for more information.  Email with any questions.

  • Paid Summer Teaching Opportunities for Spring Graduates

    The Institute of Reading Development is seeking candidates for summer 2014 teaching positions. We seek applicants with an undergraduate degree or higher from any discipline. We provide a paid training program and comprehensive on-going support.

    Summer teaching positions with the Institute offer the opportunity to:

    * Earn more than $6,000 during the summer. Teachers typically earn between $500 and $700 per week while teaching.
    * Gain over 500 hours of teacher-training and teaching experience with a variety of age groups.
    * Help students of all ages develop their reading skills and ability to become imaginatively absorbed in books.

    Click on the post to read more.

  • Learning Sciences Research Institute Undergraduate Tech Hourly Position

    The Learning Sciences Research Institute at the University of Illinois at Chicago is seeking an undergraduate hourly employee to assist with the technical support needs of the Institute.  Qualified candidates will have expertise in the following areas: 

    • Ability to troubleshoot both Macintosh and Windows platforms as well as peripherals (printers, UIC Wireless, network, projectors). LSRI is 70% Mac. 

    • Firm understanding of Windows Servers, its components (Active Directory and IIS), and how the departmental servers interact with the greater university networking structure. Linux Server knowledge is also helpful. 

    • Maintenance of said file and web servers including monitoring backups and error logs 

    • Experience creating both Access and MYSQL database-driven websites with ASP and PHP. 

    • Assist in developing custom applications for projects (e.g. data collection websites) 

    • HTML, JavaScript, CSS, Bluestem, Drupal 

    • Assist in providing media services for projects (video taping, editing) 

    Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills are necessary. 

    The start date is ASAP.  Send resumes to 

    Andrew Krzak

  • Urban Prep Academies Fellowship Opportunity

    In Chicago, just one in forty African-American boys in public schools earns a college degree by age 25. But for four years in a row at Urban Prep Academies, the nation’s first network of all-male charter public high schools, 100% of seniors have gained admission to attend four-year colleges and universities.  Do you have the skills, passion and energy to help us to continue to prepare urban boys to succeed in college? If so, consider applying to join the Urban Prep Fellows Program, a distinctive full-time, one-year service fellowship opportunity for recent college graduates.  Urban Prep Fellows augment and support regular classroom learning by building bonds with first year students through academic and personal advising, managing after-school activities, communicating with families and leading a small-group seminar course. During their service year, Fellows are provided with housing, transportation, health and dental insurance and a monthly living stipend.  Click on the post to view more.



  • Become a Food Corps Service Member, Due 3/30

    Are you a leader passionate about healthy food, farms and kids?  Then we want you to be a FoodCorps Service Member!  Application is open now through March 30th, 2014.

    FoodCorps recruits talented leaders for a year of paid public service building healthy school food environments in limited-resource communities.  FoodCorps service members implement a three-ingredient recipe for healthy kids:

    • TEACH children about what healthy food is and where it comes from

    • BUILD and tend school gardens 

    • BRING quality local food into public school cafeterias

    As a service member, you will be placed with one service site for your year-long term. Service sites are community organizations that operate in partnership with one of our fifteen host sites, statewide organizations that help run FoodCorps in each of the places FoodCorps serves: Arizona, Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Hawai'i, Iowa, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina and Oregon.

    Click on the post to learn more.

  • Teach for America Final Application Deadline, Thurs. 2/20

    Final Application Deadline: Thursday, February 20th

    16.2 million students live in low-income communities in the United States.  Only 1 in 12 will graduate from college.  TEACH FOR ALL 12.

    Teach For America is the national corps of outstanding recent college graduates and professionals - of all majors, backgrounds, and career interests - who commit to teach for two years in urban and rural public schools and become lifelong leaders in expanding educational opportunity. This year, 11,000 corps members are teaching in 48 regions across the country while 32,000 Teach For America alumni continue working from inside and outside the field of education for the fundamental changes necessary to ensure educational excellence and equity.

    Learn how you can make an immediate difference in the lives of your students right out of college, and then go on to be key player in social change in law, policy, medicine, business, and every field you can imagine by checking out ourgraduate school and employer partnerships,package of financial incentives, and the 50 regions in which you could make and impact toward educational justice. 

    Apply now at 

    Email UIC Recruiter Michele Ybarra at for more information.  

  • UIC Internship and Part-Time Job Fair, Thurs. 2/13

    OPEN TO ALL MAJORS! Off-campus employers will be recruiting for part-time and internship positions, and some will also be recruiting for full - time positions. 

    Thursday, Feb. 13, 10am - 2pm
    Student Center East, Illinois Room

    Dress professionally and bring plenty of resumes.  Free for U of I students/alumni.

    Questions?  Contact 312-996-3130 or

  • Career Peer Mentor positions for Fall 2014 and Spring 2015!

    The Office of Career Services and the Student Employment Office are seeking undergraduate students to become Career Peer Mentors for the 2014-2015 academic year. 

    Career Peer Mentorsare UIC undergraduate students whowork part-time for the Office of Career Services and the Student Employment Office, assisting UIC students with their career development and job search needs.  

    View the post to learn more.

  • Paid tutoring position with Empowerment through Education and Exposure

    Empowerment Through Education and Exposure is hiring part-time tutors for children.  The tutor will work about 4 hours per week at one of several locations throughout the metro Chicago area.  The position pays $15/hour.  Some tutoring sites continue through the end of the semester while others may end in March and/or April.  See the attached flyer for a complete job description and list of required qualifications.  Contact Erica Earnest at with questions.

  • Write for UIC News!

    UIC News is seeking student contributors to write stories for our weekly Student Voice page. We will occasionally email story ideas to our contributors to select from on a first-come, first-served basis. We also accept story ideas and submissions from contributors.

    UIC News is also accepting applications for two interns to add a student voice to its work in news and social media for the fall semester. It's a great opportunity to gain experience writing for print and online, including news and feature writing, video and social media. Applicants should have experience in writing for publications (online or print) and an interest in journalism. Video and photography skills are a plus. Interns must enroll in an internship course (in the English department or LAS) for elective credit.

    We will also be accepting applications for weekly bloggers to share their experiences as UIC students starting over the summer or fall semester. Bloggers are required to post once per week and are paid $50 per month. View examples at 

    Interested or have questions? Email Christy Levy at

  • Office Aide position with Great Lakes ADA Center, Apply by 3/28

    The Great Lakes ADA Center is looking for a General Office Aide to support staff with data entry, mail, filing and maintaining supplies. Familiarity of MS WORD, MS EXCEL is preferred.  The position is 20 hours / week.  Learn more about the Center at Students can apply by March 28th by emailing a cover letter and resume to: 

    Claudia Diaz
    Associate Director
    Great Lakes ADA Center
    University Of Illinois at Chicago
    1640 W. Roosevelt Rd., RM 405
    Chicago, Illinois 60608
    312-413-9319 (V/TTY)

  • Wellness Center Student Worker Position, Apply by Mon. 3/24

    Presenter and General Office Aide: Help the Wellness Center educate the almost 2,000 UIC students that attend our workshops! If you’re seeking a degree in a healthcare field this job is a great opportunity to learn how to convey health information to an audience. Candidates in this position will present on a variety of health education topics including: safe sex, responsible drinking, nutrition, stress management, women’s health, and men’s health. Candidates will also have an opportunity to develop their own workshop. The duties of this position will be split between doing general office tasks and conducting on-campus workshops. Hours: 10-15 a week.

    Qualifications: The candidate for this position must be a registered UIC undergraduate. The preferred candidate will have good writing and communication skills, be reliable, be responsible, and be able to work independently or as part of a team.

    How to Apply: If you are interested in pursuing this position please send a short cover letter and resume to:
    No phone calls or walk-ins.  Application Deadline Monday, March 24.  

  • Illinois College Advising Corps (ICAC) position for May graduates, Due 3/28

    The mission of the Illinois College Advising Corps (ICAC) is to assist, educate, lead and inspire first generation, low-income, underrepresented youth in the enrollment and completion of post-secondary education. ICAC advisers are appointed to an Illinois high school and work alongside the school’s college/academic counselors. They lead senior high school students through the college application process, but more importantly, they strengthen the college-going culture at their respective high schools.

    Applicants must be recent graduates of one of the three University of Illinois campuses with a bachelor’s degree awarded in either May 2014*, December 2013, August 2013 or May 2013*August 2014 graduates are not eligible.

    The job posting can be found by clicking on the following link.  The posting closes on 3/28/14. 

    View the website at Contact Rodrigo Lopez at or (224) 381-9056 with questions.

  • Research Assistant Position for Graduating Seniors with Advocates for Human Potential

    Advocates for Human Potential, Inc. (AHP),, is seeking a Research Assistant in the newly-opened Chicago office to assist the research team in the collection and management of data on multiple research projects related to integrated health care, homelessness, mental health and substance abuse disorders, and criminal justice populations. The main responsibilities of the position include: participating in data collection activities, including conducting stakeholder interviews and focus groups; basic data analyses; conducting research literature reviews; assisting with development and dissemination of products and trainings based on research results; coordinating project activities, as well as general administrative support. Requirements for the position include: some prior research experience/ knowledge; the ability to work independently; experience balancing multiple tasks; strong organizational and writing skills; attention to detail; some schedule flexibility; and the ability to establish rapport with a variety of individuals, including vulnerable populations and other key stakeholder groups (e.g., program administrators and service providers).  Click on the post to learn more.

  • Student Staff Openings: Asian American Resource and Cultural Center, Due Mon. 4/7

    NEED A JOB?  Join AARCC!

    Asian American Resource and Cultural Center
    Student Staff Openings for 2014 - 2015

    Campus Outreach Coordinator
    The Campus Outreach Coordinator will be responsible for being a liaison between AARCC and UIC’s Asian-interest student organizations. This includes helping to coordinate AARCC’s summer leadership retreat and org council.

    We are looking for an outgoing student with strong communication skills and ability to coordinate with diverse groups of people. Experience with Asian-interest student organizations is strongly preferred. This position will start in MAY 2014. This early start requires having been enrolled Spring 2014 as an undergraduate for at least six credit hours or be registered at least part-time for the summer term at UIC or another Illinois state funded university.

    Community Outreach Coordinator
    The Community Outreach Coordinator will be responsible for assisting with AARCC projects connected to Chicagoland Asian American communities, including outings to community events and service projects.

    We are looking for an organized student with experience coordinating events. Applicants should be creative, resourceful, and comfortable working with community members as well as students. Familiarity with Chicagoland Asian American communities is helpful but not required. This position will start in August 2014. You will need to be an undergraduate student enrolled in and maintain at least six credit hours Fall 2014.

    Publications Coordinator
    The Publications Coordinator will be responsible for working on the AARCC blog, AARCCorner, the Asian American Student Resource Book, and publicity for AARCC events including Asian American Awareness Month.

    We are looking for a creative student with graphic design skills who is able to work independently.  Strong writing and editing skills are a plus. This position will start August 2014. You will need to be an undergraduate student enrolled in and maintain at least six credit hours Fall 2014.


    These positions will also assist with general outreach and publicity for AARCC events. We expect these positions to require approximately 10-15 hours per week.  These positions start at $8.77/hour and are open to both work-study and non-work-study students.

    To apply, send a resume, cover letter, and application (attached and available at to  or drop off to AARCC (101 Taft Hall). For more information, contact AARCC at 312-413-9569. Please apply by Monday, April 7th, 5 P.M. for best consideration.


  • Fulbright Week: Info Sessions, Alumni Panel, and Public Health Info this Week

    Fulbright week at UIC is happening! Please take note of these information sessions and follow up with OSSP if you would like to talk about Fulbright options:

    Tuesday 4/15: College of Medicine Fulbright and Other Scholarships Info Session
    Information about opportunities for students of medicine
    3 - 4pm, CMW 106

    Wednesday 4/16: Fulbright Panel
    UIC Alumni discuss their experiences applying for and participating in Fulbright
    4-5pm, 2550 UH

    Thursday, 4/17: Fulbright School of Public Health Presentation
    Information about funded opportunities to pursue research in public health overseas
    12 - 1pm, SPH 192

    More information:

    UIC deadline: Sept. 12, national deadline: Oct.17

    Students who plan projects early and work on them over the summer will find the application process MUCHeasier.

    What is the Fulbright grant?

    The Fulbright Scholarship sends students abroad to do a program of study or research in one of around 140 countries OR to teach English for a year in one of over 50 countries. You must have your bachelor's degree before you leave, but you can apply at any point in your life once you have that first degree. For a Fulbright Full Grant you put together a proposal of study or research that would take 10-12 months to perform. Some countries require you to know the language well, others are flexible on language requirements. Programs of study can include classes, research projects, library work, observations, training in the creative arts, surveys, lab work - in short, anything that would help you study or learn more about your proposed topic.

    Tell me more about the teaching grants...

    Fulbright also offers students the chance to apply to teach English.  In some countries you would teach in a high school, in others elementary and in others at the college level. Language requirements vary from country to country. Many countries have no language requirement. The English Teaching Assistants (ETA) are generally students who have some teaching experience, and believe that the ETA experience will help to prepare them for what they are doing in the future.

    Why should I consider it?
    The Fulbright name is well respected in the U.S. and beyond. Past scholars have considered it an experience of a lifetime. They learn about new cultures or deepen their knowledge of one they already were acquainted with. They make new friends and engage in an in-depth teaching or learning experience that gives them depth of knowledge and skills in their chosen field, and helps set the stage for greater independence in their next career move. They develop a more sophisticated understanding of their host country, the U.S. and themselves.


    OSSP staff welcome questions from students and advisors about the Fulbright. Please direct questions about the full grant to Beth Powers at; questions about the teaching assistantships to Sheena Miller,; and questions about graduate students applying to Marie Khan at 

  • Apply to be a student worker at OSSP for Summer 2014, Priority by Wed. 4/23

    The Office of Special Scholarship Programs is seeking applicants for a summer student worker vacancy. The UNDERGRADUATE student worker will provide 10-15 hours per week of basic office support in our 2506 UH office from May through August. Exact start and end dates can be negotiated, the position pays $10/hour. Prior office experience and a willingness to extend employment period through Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 are preferred, but all applications from undergraduates will be considered.
    Click on the post for more information.
  • Undergraduate Success Center Hiring Student Assistants for 2014-2015, Apply by 4/21

    Undergraduate Success Center Now Hiring Student Assistants for 2014-2015!

    The Undergraduate Success Center (USC) is an advising center located in Stevenson Hall 111 and offers holistic advising to students from all majors and colleges.  The center serves as a “one-stop” referral resource for students who need help or who need access to resources. The USC is seeking a student assistant to begin working in Fall 2014.


    •          Work the front desk, schedule student appointments and assist with student intake
    •          Engaging students and helping them navigate campus and university procedures as needed
    •          Check-in all students and works with the advisors for follow-up
    •          Maintains office calendar, and assists with all office events and programs
    •          Be familiar with Microsoft Publisher, Excel, and Google Drive
    •          Responsible for office cleanliness and upkeep
    •          Work with other student workers throughout the week
    •          Be friendly,  personable and remain professional at all times
    •          Must be well spoken, patient, and organized.
    •          The hired student assistant must attend two training sessions upon decision.

    Qualifications: Previous office support and/or customer service experience on or off-campus is preferred. Candidates must be a full-time student at the University of Illinois at Chicago and have the ability to communicate clearly. Federal Work Study is strongly preferred and all majors are welcomed!


    • The student assistant will gain valuable experience in office administration, university affairs, event planning, record managing, Microsoft Outlook, professional communication, and office organization.
    • Work schedule is made around your classes.


    • Apply at The deadline for submissions is April 21st, 2014 at 12:00 pm. It is highly encouraged to apply early. Qualified candidates will be contacted and scheduled for an in-person interview. All candidates will be notified of their status once a decision is made. Any questions can also be directed to
  • ASAM Undergraduate General Office Aide Position Available for Summer 2014, Apply by 4/22

    Provide clerical support for the Asian American Studies Program and report to Jill Huynh, Assistant Director. This position pays $10/hour and is intended to be 8-12 hours/week for summer 2014 with the possibility of continuing through the academic year, ending in May 2015.

    Duties include, but are not limited to:

    - photocopying

    - checking/sorting mail

    - filing and maintaining confidential records

    - running errands across campus 

    - handling phone and in-person inquiries

    - posting flyers to ASAM and other bulletin boards

    - working on-campus events


    One year of work experience either on- or off-campus, ideally in an office setting. Must be a mature and responsible self-starter. Familiarity with Google Drive preferred.

    To apply, email with 1) your resume, and 2) an explanation of why this position interests you and what your qualifications are. The position is open until filled, but review of applications will begin Tuesday, April 22.

    Note: This position is part of the AANAPISI Educational Employment Grant program offered by the UIC AANAPISI Initiative, Student Employment, and the Career Services Office. Concurrent to their employment, student employees, along with their supervisors, will engage in a guided career development framework aimed at building lifelong career skills to support lifelong professional success. The UIC AANAPISI Initiative is fully funded by the U.S. Department of Education¹s Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institutions (AANAPISI) Program.

    Eligibility: Due to the federal funding restrictions for the UIC AANAPISI Initiative, student employees must be non-international undergraduate UIC students who are enrolled (part-time or full-time) during the academic year. In the summer, students do not have to be enrolled as long as they were enrolled in spring and will be enrolled in the fall. While students who have Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals ( are eligible for student employment at UIC, we regret that DACA students are not eligible for employment in this program.

  • Food Recovery Network: 2014-2015 Fellowship Program, Rolling Until 5/15

    The Food Recovery Network (FRN) is seeking seven fellows to work full-time on the Member Support and Expansion teams in College Park, Maryland. Fellowships start on August 11, 2014 and end May 15, 2015. Fellows receive a monthly $1,500 stipend. Founded in September of 2011, the Food Recovery Network (FRN) is the largest national student-led food recovery movement working to bring food recovery programs to colleges across the country. Made up of dozens of chapters at colleges and universities, FRN has recovered over 300,000 pounds of food and is rapidly expanding. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis through May 15, 2014.  Apply for these fellowships here.

  • For Recent Grads: Policy Assistant Position with Society for Research in Child Development

    The Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) seeks a Policy Assistant for its Office for Policy and Communications in Washington, DC to work on a range of policy activities. This is an entry-level position and requires completion of a Bachelor's degree.  Please visit thewebsite for more information about the Society.  Click on the post to view more information about the position.

  • For Recent Grads: Young Professional Job Search Jump Start Webinar Series, 6/4 – 6/26

    Graduates in the Chicagoland area are invited to participate in several programs designed for young alumni.  Sponsored by the University of Illinois Alumni Association 

    Webinar 1: Early Career Moves
    Wednesday, June 4, 11 a.m.-Noon
    Steer Your New Career In A Strong Direction. If you’re a new or recent graduate looking for more a more satisfying career, attend this webinar to get better focused. Align external messages about the world of work with your interests, skills, educational background and quest for fulfilling professional experiences.

    Webinar 2: Resumes That Get Results
    Wednesday, June 11, 11 a.m.-Noon
    In a competitive market or slow economy, how the candidate presents themselves in their resume can make a difference between being offered an interview or not. This workshop will discuss resume strategies that get results by focusing on the type of information that quickly grabs the employer’s attention. Participants will learn how to develop a targeted career summary and write bullets that best showcase their accomplishments.

    Webinar 3: Wow I Never Knew…! Exploring Alumni Career Center Resources and the Alumni Directory
    Wednesday, June 18, 11 a.m.-Noon
    The University of Illinois Alumni Association’s collection of alumni career resources provide a solid foundation for career management planning at all professional points, whether you’re starting to explore new career options, looking for guidance on updating your resume, or need a refresher on networking, tips on starting strong in your new job or ideas on managing your path. This session will provide short tutorials on the Hire UI Alumni job board, the Virtual Career Center, professional development workshops and the UIAA Alumni Directory.

    Workshop: Developing & Marketing Your Strengths
    Friday, June 20, 9-11 a.m.
    Onsite only at the Illini Center in downtown Chicago
    This hands-on, in-depth discussion will explore attendees’ strengths as identified through the Strengths-Based Leadership assessment. Using their leadership themes (executing, influencing, relationship building and strategic thinking), attendees will discuss past experiences and accomplishments. The session will provide strategies for matching personal strengths with those sought by prospective employers and for marketing strengths and accomplishments as part of overall career management efforts or specifically during a career transition. This program is only available to the first 30 registrants. The $35 fee covers the cost of the book and the materials for University of Illinois alumni ($45 for UI non-alumni guests).

    Recruit Chicago 2014: A Chicago Alumni Job Fair
    Thursday, June 26, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
    UIC Forum, 725 W. Roosevelt Road, Chicago, IL 60605
    You are cordially invited to attend the Recruit Chicago 2014: a multi-school alumni only career fair. Whether you're a candidate looking to network or seeking a new career in finance, investment banking, marketing, technology, media, nonprofit or consulting industries, you will find all the best opportunities at Recruit Chicago. MyWorkster pre-selects all the employers to only include the best companies and opportunities in the area.


  • Job Opportunity for Recent Grads: Egon Zehnder International ID Analyst

    Egon Zehnder International is committed to building a state-of-the-art research function, which includes highly motivated, intellectually curious professionals throughout the global research organization. The ID Analyst is responsible for providing name generation, organizational charts and research support on assignment related projects for EZI’s worldwide offices. This role combines internet research with phone research. He/she will report directly to the ID Manager, but also work closely other members of the US Research team.

    · On an assignment basis, develop company organizational structures through phone work, online resources, and the EZI proprietary database. The ID Analyst will also develop qualitative information on the company and executive biographies (where applicable), which will enable clients to better understand organizations for prospecting and sourcing calls.
    · Keep abreast of and utilize online resources, books and journals. Provide feedback and recommend additional directories and online sources to the ID Manager.
    · Aid in the development of research strategies for assignments. Over time the ID Analyst may be included in start up meetings and assume additional research responsibilities.
    · Accurately and routinely make knowledge available to the entire firm by incorporating research into our proprietary database.

    The ideal candidate is a college graduate with at least 1-3 years of business experience, ideally in executive search. He/she will have strong business acumen with an understanding of company structures. The individual must have a very strong client service orientation while able to meet fast-paced demands. Timing and quality are of the utmost importance to this position. Specifically the ideal candidate will possess the following competencies:
    · A team player, yet able to work independently.
    · Effective interpersonal skills for frequent interaction with Research Associates, Analysts and Consultants and the companies being researched.
    · Self-motivated, energetic and tenacious.
    · Strong ability to be creative, analytical and detail-orientated.
    · Manage administrative functions, such as timekeeping and attaching documents to the company database.
    · Ability to prioritize and complete multiple tasks.
    · Strong sense of urgency- has a sense of commitment and responsibility.
    · Must be able to meet deadlines.
    · Alert, persuasive and flexible.

    Chicago, IL

    To learn more, visit or contact Kelly O'Rourke at

  • Apply to be a AAAN Tutor for 2014-15

    African American Academic Network tutors assist students with course work related to UIC academics through individual or group interventions. Under the supervision of the Learning Resource Center manager, tutors will perform the following duties:
    • Must be available for work Monday thru Friday according to the set and agreed schedule
    • Maintain accurate student file progress and information
    • Maintain and monitor Learning Resource Center activities at all times
    • Assist in maintaining a clean LRC environment
    • Tutor in two (2) or more courses
    • Answer and assist students and staff with questions related to course information
    • Monitor computer lab and ensure computers and printers are operating properly and correctly by students
    • Promote tutoring, other services rendered and events sponsored by AAAN
    • Lead peer review groups or workshop sessions, writing follow-up reports to workshops
    • Attend meetings and LRC sponsored events
    • Computer skills are required
    • Tutors/assistant will perform other duties as assigned

    Tutors needed in areas such as: Mathematics, Psychology, Chemistry, Organic Chemistry I and II, Physics (Calculus and Algebra-based), Biology (all levels)

    Minimum Qualifications:
    All tutor applicants are required current enrollment of 6 credit hours minimum and a cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher and have attended UIC at least 1 semester (some grad students may qualify). Tutor candidates have the capability to effectively communicate with diverse entities of students who may have multiple learning needs or skills. All AAAN tutors are required to tutor in two (2) or more subjects/courses in which grades of “A” or “B” were earned. Once hired, tutors must work a minimum of 10 hours a week, and at least TWO DAYS in the week.

    Please send all resumes to No phone calls or walk-in interviews.

  • Fulbright Student Awards

    Interested in teaching English or conducting research overseas for a year after you graduate?  A strong Fulbright application requires a great deal of thinking, planning and writing. Summer is the perfect time to begin to prepare for the September deadline! 

    What is the Fulbright?

    • Immediately after World War II, Congress created the Fulbright Program to foster mutual understanding among nations through educational and cultural exchange.
    • The U.S. Student Program awards approximately 1,800 grants annually and sends students to over 155 countries worldwide.
    • Students participate in a self-designed program of study that can include research, university coursework, language study and more. Alternatively, students can also choose to assist in teaching English in one of over 70 countries, at various levels.
    • Candidates must have US citizenship at time of application and a bachelor's degree before starting their service period. Bachelor’s holders are eligible to apply at any point in life after graduation. 

    Fulbright Full Grant vs. Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship (ETA)

    • Full Grant: requires a proposal of study or research that would take 10-12 months to perform. Some countries require knowledge of the language, others are flexible. Programs of study can include classes, research projects, library work, observations, training in the creative arts, surveys, lab work - in short, anything that would help a student study or learn more about the proposed topic.
    • ETA: offers students the chance to apply to teach English.  In some countries ETAs teach in a high school, in others elementary and in others at the college level. Language requirements vary from country to country, and many countries have no requirement. ETAs are generally students who have some teaching experience and believe that the ETA experience will help to prepare them for what they are doing in the future.

    What are the benefits?

    • These grants generally provide round-trip transportation, language or orientation courses, maintenance for the academic year (based on living costs in the host country), and supplemental health and accident insurance.
    • The Fulbright name is well respected in the U.S. and beyond. Past scholars have considered it an experience of a lifetime. They learn about new cultures or deepen their knowledge of one they already were acquainted with. They make new friends and engage in an in-depth teaching or learning experience that gives them depth of knowledge and skills in their chosen field, and helps set the stage for greater independence in their next career move. They develop a more sophisticated understanding of their host country, the U.S. and themselves.

    Where can I find more information?

    Interested?  Contact:

    Beth Powers, [, oversees Fulbright Full Grant applications]

    Sheena Miller, [, oversees Fulbright ETA applications]

  • Job Opportunity for Student Veterans

    A VA Work Study position is available at the Chicago Workforce Center at Pilsen, located at 1700 W. 18th Street in Chicago.

    Requirements: Candidate must be a veteran, enrolled as a full-time student, and using the Montgomery G.I. Bill (Ch. 30), Post 9/11 G.I. Bill (Ch. 33), or Chapters 1606 or 1607.

    Job Description: The VA Work Study Student will assist this center with servicing our veteran population by assisting them in searching for employment and resources.  The job duties would be answering telephone calls, returning telephone calls, scheduling appointments, providing supportive service information, making folders for these veterans, reviewing their employment registration for completion, contacting employers for potential job opportunities for veterans, assisting with veteran recruitments and veteran job fairs.

    The VA Work Study does not take the place of or displace any full-time employee and does not work outside of the veteran program.  The pay is minimum wage and the Work Study student cannot work more than 20 hours in a wekk.

    If you meet the requirements and are interested in the position, please email your resume to: .

  • Part Time Undergraduate IT Position Available, Apply by 7/14

    The Institute for Health Research and Policy administered through the School of Public Health is searching for a part-time undergraduate student to support the IT functions in a friendly and energetic office environment.  This position is available immediately.  Duties include assisting with the installation of software on new computers; moving and setup of new and existing computers as staff move to new offices; assist users with software installations and in setting up phones and other electronic devices for university connectivity; provide support with other technology-related questions.  Applicants should have excellent organizational skills and be detail oriented.  The ability to lift 50 lbs is required.

    Interested applicants should send a resume to Dave Haschemeyer at by July 14, 2014.

    IHRP is an EOE/AA/M/F/Disabled/Veteran 

  • Student employment opportunity at ACCC, Application Deadline Extended to 7/21

    The Client Services Office (CSO) is part of the UIC Academic Computing and Communications Center. The CSO handles new student hiring, basic training and supervision, and is located in 2267 SELE. New student employees can work as: lab monitors in any one of the ACCC computer labs located on campus, helpdesk consultants, or  MicroRepair technicians.

    All ACCC student employees support the faculty, staff, and student use of ACCC computing services in whatever role or location they are scheduled in. Consider the diverse range of services: ACCC computer labs, U-Print printing services, Blackboard, UIC wireless networking, WebStore software sales, netID and common password service support and email. The students working our MicroRepair positions support lab hardware and provide service calls to faculty/staff.

    Specifically, student employees are hired by the CSO or MicroRepair for the following:

    Lab Monitors

    To work as lab monitors in ACCC public computer labs, assisting with basic account and access issues, software use, printing services, general network connectivity issues and enforcement of the Acceptable Use Policy. As lab monitors, employees maintain the lab environment and are the first to troubleshoot, fix and/or report problems with lab equipment. Lab monitors also assist users with special accessibility needs.

    Helpdesk Consultants

    To work as helpdesk consultants at the Client Services Office, the primary helpdesk and point of contact for ACCC services. Support is provided in-person, via email, and phone.

    MicroRepair Technicians

    Micro Repair (PC Support) technicians are responsible for troubleshooting and repairing public/teaching computer lab assets as well as providing On-Site Helpdesk support for UIC Faculty and staff. Potential applicants should be familiar with PC components and possess basic computer troubleshooting skills.

    ACCC will staff the Library's new IDEA Commons on a 24-hour basis, four nights a week. The evening shift will be from 11pm to 7am. Applicants' ability to work this shift will be a strong consideration, not a criterion, of employment.

    Applicants can be placed in either area (CSO, MicroRepair, Remote, ACCCeSS Helpdesk) based on skill set as well as the needs of the ACCC.

    To learn more and apply, visit: *We are accepting applications until July 21, 2014.


  • Center for Research on Health and Aging Administrative Undergraduate Position on West Campus, Apply by 7/30

    The Center for Research on Health and Aging (CRHA) at the Institute for Health Research and Policy (IHRP) currently has a General Office Assistant position for a part-time (20 hours per week) undergraduate student worker.

    The undergraduate student worker will assist with the financial running of the Center as well as project/grant related documents pertaining to the Center’s research.

    Financial tasks for the position include TEM and I-Buy processing, organizing financial records, data entry, scheduling, mailing, filing, making copies/scanning, faxing, running errands, and other assigned duties.

    Research project tasks for the position include internet journal searches, designing and editing project tables, graphs, and reports.

    This is an excellent opportunity to learn the business side of research.

    Position Requirements:

    •          Experience with MS Office software - Word, Excel, Access and Powerpoint
    •          Professional interpersonal manner, reliable and responsible
    •          Excellent writing and communication skills
    •          Good organizational skills
    •          Excellent attention to detail
    •          One year of work experience in an office setting is required
    •          Ability to follow directions and work independently
    •          Team player
    •          Previous experience working with TEM and I-Buy at UIC is a plus, but not required
    •          The ideal candidate should be available for at least  6 months to one year

    To apply for this position, please send a resume with a cover letter (At least a one paragraph statement describing your interest) to by July 30, 2014.

    No phone calls please or in person visits.

    IHRP and UIC are an EOE/AA/M/F/Disabled/Veteran

  • JOB: Research Assistant Needed for 2014-2015 Oral History Project

    Professors Jennifer Brier and Elena Gutierrez seek a UIC undergraduate research assistant to work with us on our year-long collaborative project to collect oral histories of Chicana activists in Chicago. Co-PIs Brier and Gutierrez plan to collect more than a dozen oral histories in the fall 2014 semester. The research assistant will be responsible for maintaining a secondary research data base, coordinating oral history sessions, scheduling the use of equipment by various partners, participating in oral history sessions (technical support and interviewing), digitizing materials, annotating and revising transcriptions of interviews, and generally supporting the research related to this project.

    We seek someone who can commit to 12-15 hours per week for the fall, with the possibility of extending it through the spring. Applicants should be well-organized, competent in secondary research skills and able to work independently. Archival research, internet savvy, Spanish language competency and interview experience and are a plus.

    Depending on the students qualifications and work experience, the pay scale would be $8.77-$10.38 /hr.

    Please send a resume and cover letter to and
    We intend to hire someone before the beginning of the Fall semester.

  • Paid Undergraduate Research Assistant at UIC Library, Focus on Asian American Studies

    Looking for a part-time job for the upcoming school year? The UIC Library is hiring a research assistant through the UIC AANAPISI Educational Employment Grant.  This position pays $10/hour for 8-15 hours/week for Fall 2014

    The student employee will work closely with the supervisor to further develop this project and provide
    input from a student's perspective. Duties include, but are not limited to:
    • Create an online research guide with a focus on ASAM
    • Organize and archive digital images for the Queer Asian American Archive project
    • Do research using the library's resources
    • Compile a bibliography of monographs within the realm of Asian American Studies or English language learning to aid the library collection
    • Examine the library's current holdings in this area
    • Communicate with other institutions and departments on campus as needed

    To learn more, click on the post to download the full job description and details on how to apply.

  • Student Job: Institute for Health Research and Policy, Available Immediately

    The Institute for Health Research and Policy (IHRP) is seeking an undergraduate student to assist with database and web site maintenance for a national research study.  IHRP is a research institute administered by the School of Public Health located on the west side of campus.

    We are looking for an individual for approximately 10 hours per week to assist with organizing a research product database and updating content on the Bridging the Gap project website.  Previous website/programming experience is not required, as training will be provided on specific web content management system.  Other administrative duties may be assigned, such as copying, conducting web searches, and/or making phone calls.

    Key Qualifications:

    • Availability to start work in the Fall of 2014;
    • Ability to work at least 10 hours per week;
    • Very strong organizational skills and attention to detail;
    • Excellent writing and communication skills;
    • Ability to sustain attention to repetitive tasks for extended periods of time;
    • Ability to follow directions and work independently, but ask for guidance if needed; and
    • Demonstrated use of computer programs including MS Office and the Internet.

    Desirable Qualifications:

    • Previous data entry experience;
    • Previous experience with website development/maintenance; and
    • Familiarity with academic research and publications.

    Interested applicants should send resume to Leah Rimkus at

    IHRP is an EOE/AA/M/F/Disabled/Veteran employer.

  • Paid Graphic Design and Communications Internship, UIC Office of Sustainability, Apply by 9/5

    Paid Graphic Design and Communications Internship with the UIC Office of Sustainability, Apply by 9/5

    The UIC Office of Sustainability is hiring an intern to support the outreach and engagement initiatives aligned with the Office’s mission.  The intern will create various media to promote community engagement with the Office of Sustainability.

    Please see attached flyer for more information, including intern qualifications and responsibilities, application instructions, and contact information.

  • Bilingual Job Fair at Heartland Alliance, Wed. 9/3

    The Youth & Residential Services division of Heartland Alliance is hosting a bilingual job fair!

    What: Bilingual Job Fair
    When: Wednesday, September 3, 2014
    Time: 9am – 6pm
    Where: Arturo Velasquez Institute, 2800 S. Western, Chicago, IL 60608

    For more information or to apply, please visit our events page at

    If you have questions, please contact Sarah Hanford at

    Heartland Alliance is looking for Spanish speakers for the following openings: Youth Care Workers, Overnight Workers (3rd Shift), Cooks, Electrician/Plumber (Certified), Mental Health Professionals, Tutors/Instructors and More!!!  Primary shifts are 4pm to 12:30am or 12am to 8:30am.  These are regular full time jobs that come with a full benefits package.  Jobs are located throughout Chicago and the surrounding area.  Must be 21 years old and eligible to work in the United States.

    The Youth and Residential Services division provides services for over five hundred children who have entered the country without documents and without their parents. These programs have been helping vulnerable children feel safe and cared for in a multicultural environment since in 1995. This program serves boys and girls from all over the world including Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Europe and Central and South America. Fostering an atmosphere of family and security, we attend to the emotional, legal, medical, educational, and recreational needs of the children until they can be reunited with their families either in the U.S. or in their home country. Children have a range of needs from very basic care and services, to more intensive mental health and behavioral treatment.

    Visit the website at Contact Willis Francis at or (773) 433-1200 with questions.

  • Student Job: Museum Educator at Jane Addams Hull House Museum, Deadline Extended to 9/1

    Museum Educator

    Type: Part Time (12-18 hrs/week)

    Benefits: None

    Payrate: Undergraduate hourly rate

    Eligible: Currently enrolled undergraduate student at UIC

    Hours: Tuesday Friday & Sundays 9:30am - 4:30pm

    Application Deadline: September 1

    Museum Educators are the primary liaison between the museum and the public. Educators facilitate educational programs with over 30,000 visitors who come through the museum's doors including UIC and other college students, K12 students from CPS and beyond, as well as professionals, seniors, and community groups. Educator facilitate tours and dialogues and assist museum staff with facilities maintenance and operations in the gift shop and front desk. Educators are offered professional development, networking, and leadership opportunities based on interest and availability.

    Primary Responsibilities

    • Facilitate tours, dialogues and staff the museum Tuesday-Friday and Sunday as needed
    • Staff museum front desk with a focus on visitor engagement and education
    • Engage visitors by answering phones, emails, and research requests
    • Support Office Manager by running the museum gift shop, including opening, closing, customer service, display, and purchasing as requested
    • Support the Program Coordinator with public programs, as needed
    • Support the Facilities Assistant with opening and closing the museum, maintaining safety and care of all collections, and adherence towards safety and emergency procedures
    • Participate in monthly educator checkin’s with Education Coordinator
    • Participate in weekly educational meetings with Education Team
    • Participate in professional development opportunities including field trips, workshops, etc.
    • Other duties as requested


    • Current enrollment in undergraduate studies at UIC
    • Background in formal or informal education preferred
    • Experience with or interest in history, art, social justice, gender and women’s studies, race and ethnic studies, labor, immigration, social work, public health, or peace required
    • Experience with or interest in community engagement
    • Spanish speaker preferred

    To apply, please send a cover letter and resume with your current availability to Irina Zadov at The University of Illinois at Chicago is an equal opportunity

  • On-Campus Job Fair, Thurs. 9/4

    Looking for an ON-CAMPUS Job?

    On-Campus Job Fair
    Thursday, September 4th
    SCE, Illinois Room

    Bring 25+ resumes and dress professionally. On-Campus departments will be looking to hire potential students for various positions such as General Office Aides, Research Assistants, Parking Attendant, Ushers and many more!

  • UIC AANAPISI Fall 2014 Outreach Internship, Apply by Fri. 9/5

    The UIC AANAPISI (Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institutions) Initiative seeks 2 paid Outreach Interns for Fall 2014.

    The AANAPISI program is fully funded by the U.S. Department of Education and aims to support recruitment, retention, and graduation of Asian American and Pacific Islander students at UIC. The intern will help to support the grant’s outreach initiatives, which includes: aiding with AANAPISI events; increasing awareness of AANAPISI programs; and assisting with the demographic survey outreach.

    Position Available:                Undergraduate Outreach Intern

    Hours/Week:                         5-10 hours/week

    Period of Appointment:         Fall 2014


    1. Raising awareness of AANAPISI events and activities on campus
    2. Providing outreach assistance to AANAPISI staff and personnel


    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Applicants must be well-organized, resourceful, and energetic
    • Previous experience in working with campus organizations is a plus
    • Some evening hours may be required

    Compensation:                      $10/hour

    TO APPLY:   Email cover letter and resume outlining your interest and qualifications to by September 5, 2014.

    AANAPISI Educational Employment Grant

    This position is part of the AANAPISI Educational Employment Grant program offered by the UIC AANAPISI Initiative, Student Employment, and the Career Services Office.  Concurrent to their employment, student employees, along with their supervisors, will engage in a guided career development framework aimed at building lifelong career skills to support lifelong professional success. The UIC AANAPISI Initiative is fully funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institutions (AANAPISI) Program.*

    Eligibility: Due to the federal funding restrictions for the UIC AANAPISI Initiative, student employees must be non-international undergraduate UIC students who are enrolled (part-time or full-time) during the academic year. In the summer, students do not have to be enrolled as long as they were enrolled in spring and will be enrolled in the fall. While students who have Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) ( are eligible for student employment at UIC, we regret that DACA students are not eligible for employment in this program.

  • On-Campus job: CBA Communications and General Office Assistant


    The Department of Managerial Studies, College of Business Administration is looking for a junior undergraduate student to provide general office and communications support. The student should have good written communication and organizational skills. Availability to work during the summer is required.

    GENERAL DUTIES: Include filing, answering phones, preparing reports and mailings for supervisors, distributing office mail, operating a Xerox machine, maintenance of filing and record-keeping systems under supervision, Internet research as needed, update website, monitor office supplies needs, and special projects as assigned.

    HOURS: 15-18 hours/week between 8:45-4:45 pm. Must be able to work a minimum of a 3-4 hour block during the day and work during the summer.

    If interested, please send a resume and letter of interest to Dr. Nakata at Please include your fall schedule


    • Excellent writing skills including good grammar, punctuation, and proofreading skills
    • Good computer skills including Microsoft Word and Excel
    • Good interpersonal skills; ability to interact in a professional and mature manner
    • Excellent attention to detail
    • Ability to take initiative and follow-through
    • Organized; detail-oriented
    • Ability to manage time and maintain a to-do list
    • Ability to think critically and problem-solve
    • Resourceful
    • Inquisitive and curious; likes to learn.
    • Experience with Photoshop Elements desirable, but not required
    • Photography and videography skills desirable, but not required
    • Ability to learn can compensate for lack of experience

    Attractive majors: liberal arts, applied health sciences (biomedical visualization); graphic and web design.

    Due to conflict of interest and confidentiality concerns, we cannot hire students from the College of Business Administration.

  • Work-Study Research Assistant Position in Department of Slavic and Baltic Languages & Literatures

    Job Announcement: Undergraduate Work-Study Position

    Department of Slavic and Baltic Languages & Literatures

    Title: Research Assistant

    Hours:  Approx. 20 hours per week.


    The Department of Slavic and Baltic Languages & Literatures at UIC seeks a work-study undergraduate student to provide research support for the department. Responsibilities include:

    -       Library research

    -       Bibliographic work

    -       Scanning, xeroxing, and other office assistance

    -       Maintenance of the web site for Polish Studies. Training on how to post materials will be provided.


    •       Previous clerical or research experience

    •       Federal Work Study (FWS) awarded for 2014-2015 academic year

    •       Polish-language proficiency is not required for this position, but would be an asset.

    Contact: Please send resume’ and letter of interest, or direct inquiries, to Prof. Karen Underhill, Department of Slavic & Baltic Languages & Literatures, at

  • Part Time Undergraduate IT Position Available Immediately

    The Institute for Health Research and Policy is searching for a part-time undergraduate student to support the IT functions in a friendly and energetic office environment.  This position is available immediately.  Duties include assisting with the installation of software on new computers; moving and setup of new and existing computers as staff move to new offices; assist users with software installations and in setting up phones and other electronic devices for university connectivity; provide support with other technology-related questions.  Applicants should have excellent organizational skills and be detail oriented.  The ability to lift 50 lbs is required.

    Interested applicants should send a resume to Dave Haschemeyer at by September 19, 2014.

    IHRP is an EOE/AA/M/F/Disabled/Veteran

  • PhysAssist Medical Scribes Info Session, Thurs. 10/9

    PhysAssist Scribes is looking for Extraordinary Candidates, who are motivated to pursue a career in the medical field, and join our Medical Scribe program in Chicago or Northwest Indiana! We will be on campus October 9, 2014 to give a presentation in Lecture Center D4 and meet with any pre-health professional students interested in joining our team!

    Working as a PhysAssist Scribe is an invaluable, unique opportunity for pre-health professionals, recent graduates, and students looking to gain MEDICAL experience!

    It's a great opportunity to:

    •   Work side by side with physicians or PAs in the emergency room
    •   Transcribe and understand the patient history, physical exam, medical decision making, and diagnosis for each patient the physician sees
    •   Become proficient in documenting lab results and x-rays

    View what it is like Being a Scribe!

    Apply to be a Scribe Today!

  • Apply to be a Summer 2015 Orientation Leader, Due Fri. 11/ 7

    Summer housing + Food + Pay = Orientation Leader (AKA "Best Summer Ever)

    Student Orientation Leader Applications available on 10/20

    Interested in developing as a leader, learning new transferable skill sets all while welcoming new UIC students and guests? If so, apply to become a Student Orientation Leader!

    Applications available online via on 10/20/14. 

    Deadline is 11/7/14.

    Questions – Jodi,

  • Work-Study Clerical Job at Institute for Research on Race and Public Policy, Apply by Tues. 11/11

    The Institute for Research on Race and Public Policy (IRRPP) seeks an undergraduate or graduate student (federal work study only) for the academic year 2014-15 to provide 15-20 hours/week general clerical support and assist with receptionist responsibilities. Possible start date of November 24, 2014.

    Duties include:
    a) Staffing the receptionist area.
    b) Assisting with record keeping and/or filing systems, including inventory, guest/contact lists, etc
    c) Operating office equipment.
    d) Providing quality service to visitors, including operating the main phone line, assisting with appointments, maintaining and enhancing the office environment, and also promoting the Institute throughout the campus and social media
    e) Screening mail.
    f) Participating in the event planning process, such as outreach and promotion.
    g) Other clerical duties as needed.

    Please send a cover, resume, and three references in one PDF file with your last name then first name as the file name to Ryan Viloria,, by *November 11, 2014*. No phone calls please.

    UIC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.  Applications from women, people of color, persons with disabilities, and LGBTQ communities are encouraged.

    Please refer to the attachment, and visit our website at

  • Program Associate at private foundation, Apply by 11/17

    A private foundation seeks a program associate who will support the Foundation’s program officers, grants manager, vice president, and president in all aspects of the Foundation’s grantmaking, including research, administration, special projects and grant review.

    Meaningful work experience in the nonprofit sector applicable to the Jewish community, public education, health and/or community services preferred.  See attached for more information.

  • Honors College is hiring Front Desk Assistants

    The Honors College is now hiring Front Desk Assistants

    We’re looking for enthusiastic students who are interested in earning extra money by working at our front desk beginning in the Spring Semester. Work schedule is based on your availability and our coverage needs.

    If interested, please see Tiana Johnsen in room 103E or email

  • Paid Hourly Videographer Position

    Help collect video data of infants/toddlers and their mothers.  Must have flexible schedule, dependable car, and be reliable.  Federally funded project with potential for 2 years of employment.  Hours vary weekly, but will not exceed 20.  Video for this study will be collected between November 2014 and March 2015.  Training provided.  $10/hr plus mileage.

    Send resume, cover letter, and reference contacts to:  Antonela Ciupe (, project coordinator.

    Antonela Ciupe
    Research Assistant/ Developmental Therapist
    UIC College of Education
    1040 W Harrison St, Room 1440
    Chicago, IL 60607