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  1. Internships and Summer Listings for BCC students

    June 26, 2015 by careers

    Dear Students:    Summer opportunities are usually listed in our office in SBA.  Come by, or call 236-1605 to make an appointment to discuss your summer plans.  We do post a few online, but most are posted  in SBA. And, we will help you look for others.


  2. Berkshire South Community Ctr/Full/Part/Seasonal positions

    June 26, 2015 by careers

    Berkshire South Regional Community Center is an exciting, innovative, fun, and rewarding place to work! All employees of Berkshire South receive membership benefits and discounted programs. To apply, send cover letter and resume to HR@berkshiresouth.org; pick up an application at the Front Desk; or Click here for Employment Application.

    Full Time Positions:

    Director of Sunshine Preschool

    Sunshine Preschool at Berkshire South Regional Community Center is currently seeking a highly qualified childhood educator to fill the director position. The focus of Sunshine Preschool is to provide a life-long love of learning while best preparing our students for the kindergarten experience. Our ideal director is a professional, motivated and experienced individual who is able to use their creativity and our accreditation guidelines as the basis for unique lesson plans that are brought to life in a fun and imaginative way. The director must have strong leadership and organizational skills, be an excellent communicator, and have the ability to inspire others in forming a team-based work environment. Director will manage daily implementation of creative based curriculum and will work in partnership with full administration team to achieve all departmental goals.

    Requirements: Candidates must have Massachusetts State Certification from the Department of Early Education and Care for Preschool Director I or Director II certification. Preferred candidates will have at least two years of experience in Preschool direction including management, curriculum implementation and supervision experience. Please send cover letter with salary requirements and resume.

    Business Associate

    Seeking a full time individual to support financial, human resource and administrative functions of business office.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to bookkeeping, payroll, employee onboarding, file management, etc. Must have demonstrated experience in relevant areas. QuickBooks training required (Non-profit version preferred).  Please provide resume and cover letter with salary requirements.

     

    Seasonal/Part-Time Positions:

    Front Desk Membership Associate

    Seeking a professional, hardworking, computer literate individual to manage all front desk responsibilities. Duties include managing the point-of-sale register, phone lines, registration for programs, membership enrollments, and all general inquiries.

    Candidates must possess:

    • High School Diploma and customer service experience.
    • Office Management, basic clerical and data entry skills.
    • Computer and software knowledge
    • Ability to work in a fast paced environment
    • Must be friendly, professional, have a positive attitude
    • Must ensure optimal level of customer services for all members and manage all communication.
    • Administer and perform efficiently and accurately all cashier functions
    • Must be able to work evenings, weekends and some holidays

    This is a part-time position with hours varying from 5:45 a.m.- 8:30 p.m.  Rate of pay starts at $11 per hour and employees receive one adult membership; only serious candidates need apply. No phone calls please.

    Learn To Lead Coordinator

    Leading students who have completed grades 5 & 6 in this pilot, 4 –week program. Lead discussions, plan group games and activities, engage the group in team building activities, and bring students on outdoor excursions and educational field trips. Must have completed at least 2 years of college, have management experience, have at least one year of experience working with this age group, have or obtain CPR & First Aid certifications, and be able to commit to the full program: July 6-31. Lifeguard and Wilderness First Aid certification a plus.

    To apply : 
    Send cover letter, salary requirements and resume to HR@berkshiresouth.org


  3. Shakespeare & Young Co. Training

    March 20, 2015 by careers

    Dear Students:    Summer opportunities are usually listed in our office in SBA.  Come by or call 236-1605 to make an appointment to discuss your summer plans.  We do post a few online, but most are posted  in SBA. And, we will help you look for others.

    Shakespeare & Young Company is where high school and college students age 16-20 can begin or continue their actor training. Many students are first introduced to the work through residencies, the Fall Festival, or weekend workshops offered by the training program. Young Company sessions are offered in the Spring and Summer.

    Shakespeare & Young Company is designed to further develop young actors and empower them as creative individuals who can work well collaboratively. Our training develops the skills necessary to be more creative and to effectively communicate thoughts and feelings in a communal environment. This is not actor training ‘lite’ but rather intense training geared to the age and experience of the students.

    Training can include acting, voice and movement work, text analysis, stage combat, dance, and clown taught by professional actors, teachers and directors of Shakespeare & Company. Auditions are required. Spring session classes are held in the evenings and weekends and culminate in a public performance on our Mainstage. The summer session offers an expanded schedule and performs in the Rose Footprint Theatre.

    Financial Assistance is available. Click here for an application »

    Summer Session Financial aid: Partial Scholarships and Work-study are available. Please call us (413-637-1199 x172) to find out more or to receive a Financial Aid Application. If you qualify, you may also apply for the Berkshire Resident Scholarship (for full time Berkshire county residents) or the Mari and Kenneth Share Scholarship Fund (this is a scholarship and housing stipend for African-American students).

    This program has been offered annually since 1990.


  4. Commercehub internship opportunities

    March 10, 2015 by careers

    Many job opportunities available that may be a good match for college grads or soon-to-be college grads, especially if they are in a computer related field.  These positions are located in our Albany office, which is about a 1 hour commute from BCC.

    We have positions that are generally computer related, although some are in customer service. For further information and to see available positions visit:
    http://www.commercehub.com/careers.html.


  5. Internship search assistance available

    January 12, 2015 by careers

    We are receiving summer internship and job announcements in the Career Services office. But there are many, many more internships and summer jobs out there.

    Make an appointment with the career counselor for assistance with your summer job/internship search. Deadlines for the competitive internships do tend to be quite early (Jan-March). Apply soon.

    Call 236-1605, or stop by in Student Development, to make an appointment.


  6. Internships will be posted in the Career Center

    August 29, 2014 by careers

    Dear BCC Student:

    This is a reminder that we post internships in our Career Cafe.  We do not post them on the blog.

    We do it this way for a couple of reasons:  We want you to have a first look at the internships that we work hard to find and this blog is public; we want to help you to prepare your resume and practice for your interviews.

    So, if you will be looking for an internship in 2014/2015, call 236-1605 to set up an appointment with the career counselor.

    Best of luck with the new academic year!  And be sure to come and visit us in Susan B. Anthony.

    Judith Monachina

    Coordinator, Career Services