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  1. High School Seniors Wanted for Volunteering for a Good Cause!

    If you’re a high school senior with hopes of entering some aspect of Social Services in your community, what could be more rewarding than helping private homeowners and homerenters of your own neighborhood by sharing information which will make their lives better? They don’t have to buy anything. No soliciting. Just pure volunteer stuff. Better still, you’ll receive a certificate to prove that you actually did it! The network you’ll be volunteering with is national in scope. It provides free ...

  2. Reserve Police Officer

    KING COUNTY SHERIFF 516 THIRD AVENUE SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 98104 http://www.kingcountysheriffjobs.com Updated: June 19, 2014 Classification: City of Maple Valley Reserve Police Officer The City of Maple Valley is currently recruiting for Reserve Police Officer. National Testing Network (NTN) written and physical test must be completed by the closing date, August 1, 2014. Salary Information: This is a volunteer position. A Reserve Police Officer is a citizen volunteer who serves the community ...

  3. Seeking Interns and Volunteers-Don Rivers for Congress

    Seeking Interns and volunteers for historical political campaign Don Rivers for Congress 2014 the 9th District. This is a historic race for the Seattle Washington, getting an African American Congressman elected for the first time. College students can earn college credit. Don Rivers is a superb candidate, he has served as the Director of the African American Community Advisory Council to the Seattle Police department, helping decrease crime significantly. he needs support to defeat 18 years ...

  4. Northwest English Speakers Needed

    Are you a native English speaker who was raised in Washington, Oregon, or Idaho? Researchers in the UW Linguistics Department are conducting a study about the speech of people from the Pacific Northwest. Northwesterners age 18-75 with no history of speech or hearing deficits are eligible. Participants will be audio-recorded while they complete short tasks about imaginary situations in pairs or small groups. Each participant will receive $10 for a short session (about 1 hour), $15 for a medium ...