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FGCU TIP

County: Lee
Categories Computer/Technology
FGCU Campus
Details:

The Teacher Immersion Program (TIP) is a federal grant funded project in the College of Education that trains individuals with bachelors degrees to be teachers.  We offer our participants a variety of training opportunities and we report to the FL and US Departments of Education.  There will be many diverse tasks which offer many varied service-learning opportunities.

Job Description:

The student works with the Project Director to design and deliver an individual service-learing project. The project is tailored to the student''s interests and talents. Opportunties include research, public relations, bookkeeping/accounting, database development/management, assistance with reports, and more.  The project is in particular need of students with good customer service skills (in person, by phone and email) and secretarial skills, including a working knowledge of Office 2007, Windows, good typing skills, and some database experience (Access & Excel). 

Times of Work: Weekdays daytime
Primary Contact: Susan Kohler
FGCU College of Ed., AB3-250
10501 FGCU Blvd. S.
Fort Myers, FL 33965
Fax: 239-590-1277
Phone: 239-590-7806
Email: skohler@fgcu.edu
Website: http://www.fgcutip.com
Secondary Contact: Kaylyn Wilkin
Phone: 239-590-1557
Worker's Comp for Volunteers?: N
Benefits Offered:

Convenient campus location and flexible hours. 

Additional Information:

This is a service-learning activity that will help you build your resume, and if successful, earn you a great recommendation from an FGCU program director as well as College of Education faculty members.

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