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Kilwins Chocolates Franchise in CharlottesvilleCharlottesville
Kilwins is looking for energetic youth to be part of the team! Kilwins serves chocolates, fudge and ice cream on the historic downtown mall. Current;y looking for reliable staff that are excited to be apart of our Kilwins family. Kilwins is locally and family owned and operated. Pay Rate: Competitive pay plus tips, based on availability and experience.
Girl Scouts of the Colonial CoastHampton Roads and Northeast NC
Fun, friendship and new adventures are what Girl Scouts is all about. Making friends, testing her strengths, exploring new possibilities. It’s all here for her. Whether teaming up with others or learning to shine on their own, Girl Scouts have the tools and community support they need to succeed. Homeschooling? You can “mix and match” Girl Scout badges with the curriculum you are using! The content of all Girl Scout national proficiency badges and journeys have been correlated by grade level to national Common Core Standards, 21st Century Skills Standards, Financial Literacy Education Standards, and curriculum and learning objectives for all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Girl Scouts have fun outside, too! Getting outdoors is a great way for girls to explore leadership, build skills, and develop a deep appreciation for nature. Girl Scouts of Colonial Coast operates several properties for troop camping and outdoor programming that includes summer day and resident camp options. Everything Girl Scouts do builds their curiosity, kindness, and can-do spirit. And as they earn badges, help their community, and deepen their friendships, they’ll also have a blast along the way.
Chick-fil-A Sudley Manor DriveManassas
At Chick-fil-A Sudley Manor Drive our aim is to serve guests and communities well, and we know that starts with people. Creating a positive and productive place to work is important to us. At our Chick-fil-A we’re looking for someone that loves to serve others, is willing to work hard, who continuously wants to better themselves, and someone who wants to leave a positive impact on others. Is this you? The Team Member role is more than just a job, it's an opportunity. In addition to working directly for an independent Operator, team members gain life experience that goes far beyond just serving a great product in a positive environment. Chick-fil-A is a great opportunity for people of all ages and backgrounds, and no experience is necessary. Benefits: Flexible Hours Closed on Sundays Work Directly With a Chick-fil-A Operator Competitive Pay College Scholarships It's a Great Place to Work No Experience is Necessary Requirements; You must be hard-working, team-oriented, friendly, honest and have great customer service skills. Applicants must be 16 years old or higher
Board Game and Chess coachesNorth Chesterfield/Richmond
Chess RVA is looking for junior and senior board game and chess coaches in the metro Richmond area. Transportation is required, a desire to work with kids grades K-8 and a familiarity with strategy board games and/or chess. Assignments are weekday afternoons anywhere from 2-4 days per week, one or two hours per day. Summer camp opportunities are available as well. Pay rate is from $15-$25 per hour depending on experience.
Youth For Understanding USANorthwest Washington
A non-profit international educational organization with partners in more than 60 different countries, Youth For Understanding is one of the world’s oldest, largest and most respected intercultural exchange programs. More than 275,000 students and their host families have benefited from the support and expertise of YFU. The YFU global network is united by the belief that full cultural immersion is the most effective means to gain the skills needed to thrive in an increasingly multicultural, interconnected and competitive global society. The global YFU network is united by the belief that curiosity about the world expands cultural awareness and acceptance of other ways to live, which leads to broader perspective and greater understanding. Selected to administer more government and corporate scholarships than any other high school exchange program, YFU has remained a trusted leader of intercultural exchange programs since 1951 because of its commitment to safety, reputation for quality, and exceptional support services. YFU's international exchange programs offer students the opportunity to see the world upload on our outbound study abroad programs, and for families to bring the world into their home by hosting an inbound international student. By hosting, you can give your family authentic exposure to not only a specific culture and language, but also broad, global thinking and international perspective! We're looking to send American homeschooled students abroad, as well as looking for host families to welcome international students into their home.
Aspiring Scientists Summer Internship ProgramVirginia, D.C., Maryland
The George Mason University Aspiring Scientists Summer Internship Program was established in 2007 by Dr. Lance Liotta, Dr. Emanuel Petricoin III, Dr. Virginia Espina, and Amy Adams to give high school and undergraduate students, who have an interest in STEM, access to real-world, hands-on research. Students work one-on-one with faculty researchers at George Mason University and collaborating institutions using state-of-the-art technology to solve hypothesis driven questions in Biochemistry, Biodefense, Bioengineering, Bioinformatics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Cybersecurity, Earth Science, Environmental Science, Genomics, GeoInformation Science (GIS), Mathematical Modeling, Medicine, Nanotechnology, Neuroscience, Serious Game Design, Sports Medicine, Physics, and Proteomics. As part of the 7-9 week full-time training, students: Gain hands-on experience using cutting-edge sophisticated equipment and technologies, Develop and exercise scientific writing and communication skills Explore STEM career choices through discussion forums and meetings with role models Develop and exercise creative skills, crucial to performing innovative research Hard work often pays off with participants' names published in scientific journals and their work presented at scientific conferences. Applications are available in the fall and are due January 31st.