Internships & Off-Campus Jobs

Internships

UW-Fox Valley partners with Intern2Work.com which connects employers and students. Visit Intern2Work.com to create a profile and search for internships. For additional questions on the Intern2Work program, please see our Career Buzz Section or contact  Tammy Brunette at 920-832-2633.

WOW Logistics- HR Intern

WOW Logistics- Accounting Intern

Kimberly Clark

Are you a local employer?

Post your job with us by contacting the Solution Center at 920-832-2620 or foxinfo@uwc.edu.

Menasha Police Department- Community Service Officer

Boys & Girls Club- Youth Development Specialist

Youth Behavioral Specialist

Ridgeway Country Club

Behavioral Treatment Technician

Course Facilitator

Mathnasium Instructo

D&H Climate Controlled Storage 

Subway

Rawhide

LSC Communications

Surgery Coordinator- Valley Eye Associates

ResCare

R1- Patient Registration Representative & Patient Access Scheduler

CNA-Certified Nursing Assistant $1,000 Hiring Bonus!

Texas Roadhouse

Door County Adventure Center 

Volunteer Opportunities: 

 

After School Tutors needed at Boys & Girls Clubs-

We need LOTS of tutors to assist kids K-3rd grade with a new reading literacy program. This will take place at five Elementary Schools in Appleton through the Boys & Girls Clubs. The tutoring will run during the School year, Sept- May, Monday-Friday from 3:30- 5:30 pm. Please consider making a difference in a kid's life with this rewarding volunteer opportunity. Please contact Katie Hickey at khickey@bgclubfoxvalley.org or 920-750-5834 to learn more about this exciting opportunity. 

 

Outagamie County DHHS

Family Interaction Volunteers are needed to supervise visits between foster children and their parents. This opportunity allows for the children to safely visit and rebuild a relationship with their parents. The volunteer’s schedule is flexible and determined by the hours they want to work. Volunteers would be expected to intervene and redirect inappropriate behavior or language during visits, maintain strict confidentiality, communicate with the assigned social worker and complete paperwork in a timely fashion.  The families assigned to a volunteer have been screened and have been determined appropriate to be supervised by a volunteer. Training is provided upon assignment to a family.

The Children, Youth and Family Division is responsible for the safety and well-being of children within the community. Although it is our mission and goal to keep families together, there are times in which it is not safe for children to remain in their home. In these situations, the Department is responsible to ensure that parents and children continue to see one another as often as possible in order to maintain the relationship and reduce the sense of abandonment, which children can experience when placed in care. In addition, the frequent and consistent contact provides the best chance for reunification with a parent or caregiver.

The department relies on social workers, home consultants, student-interns and outside agencies to fill this critical need. Despite our best efforts, children are not being able to visit with their parents as frequently as they should due to the increasing number of children being placed in out of home care. Since 2015, the number of children who required out of home placement has gone from 177 to 259. This is a 46 percent increase in the number of children placed outside of their parental home.

We are in urgent need of volunteers to help ensure children can remain connected with their parents and other important adults in their lives. If you are looking to make a difference with families and children in this community, this volunteer opportunity is for you. Volunteers must have a valid driver’s license and insurance, be dependable, patient and flexible, be sensitive to the client served, and have the ability to be objective and nonjudgmental.

If you are interested and would like further information please contact pennyjane.strauss@outagamie.org or 920-832-5515.  www.hhsvolunteers.org