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Part-Time Positions Listed in SEAS Graduate Student and Postdoc Career Development Newsletters
Newsletter Sent Monday, February 25, 2019
Professor Joost Vlassak is looking for some part-time programming help. Programming would be mainly in MATLAB. He has no preference for the database - could be SQL or Microsoft access. Time commitment would probably be on the order of 5-8 hours a week for several months.
Newsletter sent Monday, October 15, 2018
"Green Screen, LLC is a Harvard incubated startup that re-purposes crop stubble in India to build housing materials to protect vulnerable populations in Delhi from extreme heat exposure. They are looking for a grad student/postdoc who has experience in material science to work part-time with them on the biopulping process (conversion of crop stubble to usable housing material). They will offer co-founder status and ownership stake in the company. If interested, please send a cover letter and resume to either Gina Ciancone (email@example.com) or Daniel Cusworth (firstname.lastname@example.org)”
Newsletter sent Monday, October 8, 2018
The Bureau of Study Counsel (BSC) needs more peer tutors for SEAS courses this semester. It's a great opportunity to meaningfully support a fellow student and solidify your mastery of the material. BSC Peer Tutors earn $19/hour and can flexibly schedule their tutoring with no minimum time commitment. To register, please go to tutoring.fas.harvard.edu. Please visit bsc.harvard.edu to view additional registration information and information about the program. If you have questions about the program and would like to speak with a current BSC Peer Tutor or a BSC staff member, please call 617-495-2581, write to email@example.com, or visit 5 Linden Street.
Newsletter sent Tuesday, October 2, 2018
Prism magazine, the flagship publication of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), is seeking a new student columnist with a fresh voice, insightful nature, and excellent writing skills. The column will appear twice yearly and include a small stipend. Applicants should be undergraduate or graduate students studying engineering, engineering education, or engineering technology for at least the next year. Please send a resume and at least one writing sample (preferably published clips). Email applications to Jennifer Pocock at firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line "Student Columnist." They will begin reviewing applications on October 1 and continue until the position is filled.