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DMSF Education Department Administrative Assistant

We’re hiring! Apply today to join the DMSF team! We’re looking for a part-time administrative assistant to join the Education Department. Please review the job description here. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to Willow Walker, Associate Director of Education – Admissions Materials can be emailed to willow@dmsf.org.

Year Up

Year Up Chicago is now accepting applications for their Fall 2017 cohort. This is a year-long program for ages 18-24. Students will choose one of 4 educational tracks: Business Operations, Financial Operations, IT, or Sales and Customer Support. Visit their website for more information.

 

Executive Assistant to Top Chicago Real Estate Broker

Mike Saladino is a Murphy Alum (Loyola Academy Class of 1995) and Evans Scholar (Illinois Class of 1999). He’s looking to expand his real estate team, and he’s eager to train and give this opportunity to an interested and qualified Murphy or Evans alumni!

See here for more details on the position and how to apply!

 

Attention Alums looking to start or transition into a new career!

The Career Transitions Center (CTC) and The Daniel Murphy Scholarship Fund are collaborating with the purpose of helping DMSF Alums secure professional employment after college. CTC works with recent college graduates and mid-career professionals by providing coaching and programming in order to teach people how to find work using social media, networking and effective resume and interviewing skills. CTC does not place participants in jobs directly; it seeks to teach them career management skills. In each of the last three years, 80% of their participants found work in six months, versus the national average of 12 months.

The Career Transitions Center of Chicago’s mission is to provide professional, emotional and spiritual support to those seeking a job, looking for meaningful work, or otherwise undergoing a career transition. CTC is a volunteer-driven, non-profit organization providing professional assistance to individuals in employment transition.

http://www.ctcchicago.org/

Every applicant will be asked to submit an application (see link below) and provide a resume to Mr. Paul Morgan. Paul will liaise between DMSF and CTC until the acceptance and training process begins. This program is absolutely free so we encourage everyone with this need to apply! Applicants should send the required material as soon as possible.

CTC – DMSF Application

Paul Morgan- paul@dmsf.org

Office line: 312.455.7803