Moscow-based photographer Alexander Khokhlov and makeup artist Valeriya Kutsan have teamed up to create an amazing series of portraits, using the naturalimported from G+
#rosecityrollers all up inna Team USA
Rose City Rollers originally shared this post:
"I spent a good portion of my twenties indulging a raging roller derby fetish. I watched bouts in tiny retro roller rinks, followed my team to championship tournaments and made a fool of myself at numerous after parties. I was attracted to the energy of the crowd and the culture of unapologetically tough and driven women playing a physically demanding game. And who are we kidding, derby girls are insanely hot. What riot grrrls did for third-wave feminism was what derby offered me, and continues to offer an entire new generation of girls. They deftly maneuver a spectator sport, highlighting the talent and passion of some extraordinary women. I thought my fandom couldn’t grow further, and then I found out about Team USA." ?
The out women competing in the 2014 world cup.imported from G+
The Lafourche Louisiana Parish Public Library is facing the most offensive opposition I’ve ever seen in a library election: “ ‘They’re teaching Mexicans how to speak English,’ the council chairman said in reference to Biblioteca Hispana, a Hispanic-language segment of the Golden Meadow library branch. ‘Let that son of a bitch go back to Mexico. There’s just so many things they’re doing that I don’t agree with. … Them junkies and hippies and food stamps (recipients) and all, they use the library to look at drugs and food stamps (on the Internet). I see them do it.’ ”
That’s a quote from Mr. Lindel Toups, chair of the Parish Council in Lafourche, LA. Mr. Toups is orchestrating a “special election” this Saturday to take money away from the library to build a new jail. Yes, literally taking money from the library to build a new jail. He wants to redirect money already dedicated to the library – an institution that educates all ages, helps people find jobs, connects them to social services, and is a place of self-discovery and community identity – to build a new jail. And he’s running a Saturday election to try and do it.
The Lafourche Parish Library is facing the most offensive opposition I’ve ever seen in an election: “ ‘They’re teaching Mexicans how to speak English…”imported from G+
Sock it To Me is hiring seasonal help!
Can you take on 1200 ninjas? Can you wrangle up 1800 flying super pigs if a customer requests them? If you think you have what it takes to tame unicorns, grapple with jellyfish, and wrestle dinosaurs into submission, then you might be right for Sock It to Me.
Sock It to Me is a rapidly expanding Portland company that sells. . . you guessed it. . . socks. Our products feature fun designs that express our individual spirits, from whimsical to bad ass. We are looking for seasonal selling superstars who can grab the reindeer by the horns and help Santa deliver socks to the mall crowds the Holiday Season. Approximately 25-35 hours a week for part of November, & all of December. Afternoon and weekend availability is required. This is a temporary position for the holiday season.
flag : miscategorized prohibited spam best of. Posted: 2013-10-18, 2:18PM PDT. Seasonal Kiosk Help For Awesome Sock Company! (Portland ). Seasonal Kiosk Help For Awesome Sock Company! Can you take on 1200 ninjas? Can you wrangle up 1800 flying super pigs if a customer requests them?imported from G+
This is really interesting. Also a very high salary. Probably commensurate with extreme stress levels.
Director of Digital Experience (IT and Virtual Experience) Pierce County Library
Can you harness the power of people and technology to deliver exceptional library services? Then join a Library engaged in community-driven services to lead s…
Please note position is open to the public- feel free to send to list serves and forward. Thank you.
THREE MONTH CASUAL OPENING for
At the Rock Creek Campus
Starting November 18 at part time/flexible hours for training purposes & beginning January 2 through March 28 full time (40 hours a week)
Looking for CASUAL EMPLOYEE the Multicultural Coordinator at the Rock Creek Campus: apply immediately, begins November 18
Resumes are being accepted for a Casual Multicultural Coordinator in Student Development at the Rock Creek Campus. Minimum qualifications for the position are:
Bachelor's degree in Education, Multicultural Studies, Social Justice, Sociology or related field.
Demonstrated experience with retention practices and programs.
Demonstrated experience working with multicultural/diversity programs.
Experience designing and implementing successful strategies and programs involving faculty and staff.
The Multicultural Coordinator is responsible for planning and administering program objectives and strategies for the Multicultural Center at Rock Creek. As well as providing coordination for a broad range of activities and programs that promote diversity, inclusion, and equity through student success and goal attainment. The Coordinator also researches retention issues and develops programs, in conjunction with instructional and student development units to ensure the success of at-risk student populations. For a complete job description see: http://www.pcc.edu/hr/employment/academic-pro-jobs/retenmulti.html
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send a letter of interest and a resume to Brenda Ivelisse, Associate Dean of Student Development, Rock Creek – Bldg. 9, Room 107 or via email at email@example.com by Monday, November 4 at 5:00 p.m.
This is a causal AP position and pay will be based on experience and expertise: $15.71 – $25.05 per hour.
*Please note hours between November 16-January 1 will range from 4-8 hours a week. Full time hours will begin January 2 through March 28.
TITLE: Retention and Multicultural Coordinator. CLASS: Academic Professional. EXEMPT STATUS: Exempt. LEVEL: 5. JOB SUMMARY. Under the direction of the Dean of Student Development, plans and administers program objectives and strategies for the Multicultural Center at an assigned campus.imported from G+
Youth Services in Eugene, Oregon!
Performs a variety of advanced level, professional library duties in the Youth Services section of the Eugene Public Library. Coordinates a major library program area, such as reference, reader’s advisory, collection development, or youth programming. May provide complex staff assistance to the Youth and Branch Services Manager.Schedule: Schedule will be discussed at interview.Must be available to work anytime between the following hours: Monda…imported from G+
Library Technician -(Bilingual English/Russian, Chinese, or Vietnamese language)
Portland Community College
PCC Library is hiring a new full-time Library Technician -(Bilingual English/Russian, Chinese, or Vietnamese language) for PCC’s Southeast Campus. Under the direction of Library Supervisors, Library technicians provide support and customer services to library patrons, respond to a wide variety of user needs ranging from providing research assistance to billing and mediating charges.
The work schedule for this new position is as follows:
Days of Work: Monday – Friday
Hours of Work: 8:30am – 5:30pm
Salary Range: $2,631 – $2,688 per month
Minimum qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent; Library/Media Assistant Certificate or one year of post high school education in library science. One year of related experience may substitute for the certificate or post high school education. Two years of experience working in a library assisting patrons is required. Proficiency in data entry, keyboarding, and use of database programs. Must have good communication skills and must be detail-oriented.
Preferred Qualifications: Bilingual English/Russian, Chinese, or Vietnamese language.
For more information and to apply, please visit jobs.pcc.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=54255 . For best consideration, apply immediately. This position will close once sufficient qualified applications have been received.imported from G+