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Jobs and Internships

February 11, 2013

Apply Now | Summer jobs with Galileo
March 4 | 12th Annual Labor Summer Internship Program
March 23 | USDA APHIS AgDiscovery
April 1 | Employment Opportunities in the Fire Science Lab

Apply Now | Summer jobs with Galileo

Galileo is now hiring Team Leaders and Assistant Instructors at 38 sites throughout the Bay Area! Galileo, now in our 12th year, is an innovation-focused education company which runs four summer camp programs at 38 sites throughout the Bay Area. Our mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world, and we reach this mission through our unique pedagogy, the Galileo Innovation Approach. We nurture creativity, curiosity and expression in campers, and believe in giving staff the opportunity to contribute their strengths toward the success of a program and company invested in their personal and professional growth.

Imagine spending your summer as a leader and educator... inspiring and guiding groups of kids through an unforgettable adventure as they imagine, build confidence, and have a ton of fun! Galileo is currently hiring college-aged students and recent college graduates as Team Leaders and Assistant Instructors. These positions are incredible leadership opportunities: build team dynamics, provide campers supportive guidance, and create a safe place for kids to learn and be themselves.

Team Leader & Assistant Instructor positions fill quickly on a rolling basis. Apply or learn more today at

· Pay: $350-$425 per week (Monday-Friday), depending on experience
· 38 locations throughout all regions of the Bay Area
· 6-10 week commitment, depending on location (day camp program, housing not provided)

March 4 | 12th Annual Labor Summer Internship Program

The UC Berkeley Labor Center is sponsoring the 12th Annual Labor Summer Internship Program from June 24–August 16, 2013. The Labor Summer Internship Program is a full-time PAID internship program for UC graduate and undergraduate students. This is an opportunity for you to spend eight weeks in Northern and possibly Central California developing leadership, political analysis, research and organizing skills while working with unions and community-based organizations striving for justice for California's working people.

If you are passionate about social and economic justice, apply for the Labor Summer Internship Program and be a part of building a better California! Visit the UC Berkeley Labor Center website for more information.

March 23 | USDA APHIS AgDiscovery

USDA APHIS AgDiscovery is an outreach program to help students learn about careers in animal science, veterinary medicine, agribusiness and plant pathology. This 2-4 week program allows participants to live on a college campus and learn about agricultural science from university professors, practicing veterinarians and professionals working for the U.S. government. Students who participate in AgDiscovery will gain experience through hands-on labs, workshops, field trips and other group and team building activities. View the AgDiscovery Brochure to learn more at the following website:

March 23, 2013 is the deadline to receive a completed application for the program.

April 1 | Employment Opportunities in the Fire Science Lab

The Fire Science Lab hires full and part time undergraduate technicians, field assistants, and graduate researchers during the academic year and field seasons (summer). Students and graduates with an interest or background in fire, forestry, ecology or a related field are encouraged to apply.

Closing Date: April 1st, 2013 or until filled (we will continue accepting applications after the closing date if more positions may become available)

PAY RANGE: $10-$14/hour DOE

HOUSING: Will be provided at research site(s)- TBA with project manager

LENGTH OF POSITIONS: Employment period is from 8 to 16 consecutive weeks, between May 2013 and September 2013 (may vary)

UC JOB CLASSIFICATION: Lab Assistant Series, Assistant I or II (University of California Personnel Manual Title: #9603 or #9605)

MORE INFORMATION: Please visit the Stephens Lab Employment Page to see specific positions or contact project manager listed for specific project(s).