If you’ve been reading The 2300 weekly digest that drops into your Mason email every Sunday (and you should!), you know that we often post job, scholarship, and volunteer opportunites that might particularly interest our students. This week we have quite a few and want to share them here in more detail. Please note that CEHD shares these listings as a courtesy to our students and that George Mason University and CEHD are not vetting or endorsing these opportunites in any way.
Prince William Trails and Streams Coalition:
Prince William Trails and Streams Coalition encourages you to join them on Public Lands Day, Saturday, September 30, from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm to make improvements on the Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail. The work will include trail clearing and widening, and improving drainage. Information and registration here.
Beta Theta Pi Scholarship:
Beta Theta Pi is new to Mason and seeks to get to know Mason’s Greek system and assist in making it more diverse given the university’s diverse environment. Beta Theta Pi believes college men should be recognized for their success and for their desire to achieve. For 177 years Beta has been in the business of developing men of principle for a principled life. Beta provides a strong relationship, leadership opportunities, and personal development.
As a way to provide opportunities on Mason’s campus and to give back to our community, Beta is offering $500 in scholarships designated for non-Greek male students. The Men of Principle Scholarship is designed to reward individuals who demonstrate devotion to academic achievement and a commitment to making the university and the community better places to live.
Interested students should apply by September 18th.
TenSquare Teacher and Leader Recruitment has opportunites at three DC area charter schools. Interested candidates may view a complete list of availabilities on their job board and apply directly.
Kumon Math and Reading Center:
Kumon Math and Reading Center in Vienna is seeking a new part-time assistant to work with students on various levels in both math and English. Email Kumon at email@example.com, or telephone at 703-691-0244 for more information.
Kwala Music is looking to hire musicians to teach elementary-aged clients, particulary in the Fairfax area.
- Pay of $25 – $30 an hour
- All lesson take place in clients’ homes. Instructors are built routes between 5 – 10 miles from their home.
- Part time positions available with flexible scheduling options.
- Easy to schedule around school, sports and other scheduling needs.