PART TIME JOB OPPORTUNITY (10-12 hours per week)
Under immediate supervision, a Library Page is responsible for assisting various library departments with routine processing tasks and with shelving materials circulated or used in the library.
Salary The West Allis resident hourly rate is $8.50. The non-West Allis resident hourly rate is $8.33.
Application and Full Job Description Here: http://www.westalliswi.gov/DocumentCenter/View/8965
How To Apply:
Application forms, available online at www.westalliswi.gov/careers, or at the Human Resources Department, Room 133, City Hall, 7525 West Greenfield Avenue, West Allis, Wisconsin, 53214, must be completed and ON FILE NO LATER THAN 5:00 P.M. FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 2017.
Please note: A job interest card may not be substituted for the application form. Visit our website at www.westalliswi.gov for further information on the City of West Allis.
I hope your summer is off to a great start! I wanted to remind you that our scholarship deadline is only a few days away. Please remember that there are undergraduate and graduate level scholarships available, and to share this information with the rest of your chapter members and friends! Please contact Ben Menske or email@example.com with any questions or concerns.
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The Milwaukee Latino Health Coalition is excited to announce the Spanish Hopeline- “TEXTO ESPERANZA”. Help spread the word by sharing this flyer with your Spanish speaking clients. Please leave them out in your waiting areas and take with you on home visits.
The Milwaukee Latino Health Coalition is addressing the need for emotional support and suicide prevention with teens and adults through a program that is a SMS text message-based service. The resource is called TEXTO ESPERANZA and it is the Spanish- Emotional Support Text Line for the State of Wisconsin. The HOPELINE is a “text” in for help and hope service. The person in need is answered via any type of device that has internet access, computer, laptop, IPAD or tablet. The person is able to text in their need and receives support, confidentially, all via text mode. The Spanish Hopeline is HIPPA compliant and is a state-wide service. Hours of operation: 2-shifts Monday-Thursday (Noon-4pm and 6pm-10pm).
The Greater Milwaukee Foundation AAUW-Milwaukee Branch Fund is offering a $2,500 scholarship to a female resident of Milwaukee county who is a returning adult/non-traditional student. The scholarship will be awarded to a junior, senior or graduate student with a 2.00 or higher GPA.
The Shorewood Woman’s Club is offering up to two $1,000 scholarships for returning adult/non-traditional females age 25 or older. These scholarships are for undergraduates only and require a minimum 3.00 GPA.
Both scholarships require enrollment in at least 6 credits, demonstrated financial need, and Wisconsin residency. Funds are intended for students continuing in the upcoming fall semester.
Applications are attached; each has a June 14th due date.
PALM LATINO GRADUATES
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Scholarships for Spring 2017 have all been awarded. We will update here when funds are available for Fall 2017.
We invite you to take advantage of the PALM Emergency Grant and secure additional money to fund your Spring or Fall 2017 semester at UWM.
The Roberto Hernández Center is committed to supporting Hispanic/Latino/a/x student success at UWM. Our experience in serving our students has proven that more often than not, students are also full-time workers, heads of households and parents. In response to the unique needs of our students, the RHC has established the Latino Student Fund, a unique source of emergency funding for currently enrolled Latino students facing unexpected expenses that affect their continued pursuit of an undergraduate degree. The overall goal of the Latino Student Fund is to increase the number of Latinos successfully graduating from the university. The Emergency Fund provides between 8-10 $500 dollar grants each academic year. APPLY NOW!
How to Apply Click Here
4th Annual Student/Parent Educational Forum 2017
Saturday, April 8th from 11 am to 2 pm at the Mexican Fiesta Office (2997 S. 20th St. Milwaukee, WI 53215). This year we will be focusing on STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine).
Everybody is invited to participate in this event where we will have:
- More than 35 Hispanic Professionals will be ready to answer questions regarding their careers and current professional development
- School fair
- Job fair
- Laptops raffle (Students only)
- Special raffle (Parents only)
- $1,000 Scholarship lottery (High school senior and college students only)
Please see the attached presentation and flyers for more information. If you have any questions, please contact me at 414-383-7066 ext.404
Video of 2016 Forum below
17 more days until the 4th Annual Students/Parents Educational Forum 4/08/17. Please share this information and plan to attend.https://www.facebook.com/events/282487942167331??ti=iaThis is a short video of what happened last year!!!! The committee & staff are working hard to provide an extraordinary event for you!!!!
Posted by Mexican Fiesta on Wednesday, March 22, 2017
The Upward Bound is hiring Tutoring and Residence Hall Advisor positions. Upward Bound is a pre-college program that work with high school students. Students must have at least 30 credits or Sophomore status to apply these positions.
The job descriptions and application are attached. The deadline to apply is April 5, 2017. Students can drop off completed applications to Mitchell Hall 205. Please contact Natalia Ornelas at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 414-229-6799, for questions.