Student Conservation Association Botany Intern Program

Title: Botany Intern

Salary Range: Not Known

Consideration Date: February 12, 2018, to June 3, 2018

Brief Description:

The Student Conservation Association (SCA) is seeking applications for Botany Intern. Your responsibilities will include: Helping in the Park nursery, propagating and transplanting native plants for restoration, controlling alien plant invasions using mechanical and chemical means and hiking and camping in remote backcountry locations Monday through Friday.  Other duties may include monitoring native species. This position requires that applicants be physically fit and able to work in sometimes challenging outdoor conditions. It is an opportunity to learn the native flora of Hawaii and to learn what conservation activities are taking place there.

Hosted By:

The Student Conservation Association (SCA) is a non-profit group in the United States whose mission is to build the next generation of conservation leaders and inspire lifelong stewardship of the environment and communities by engaging young people in hands-on service to the land through service opportunities, outdoor skills, and leadership training.

Eligibility:

To be eligible, the student must possess

  • Biology: some coursework or experience
  • Earth Sciences: some coursework or experience
  • Ecology & Restoration: some coursework or experience
  • Resource Management: some coursework or experience
  • Backpacking: some experience
  • Field Research: some experience
  • GPS: some experience
  • Working with Animals: some experience
  • Plant Identification: competent without supervision

How to Apply:

Applicants must be applying for an internship by the given link:

http://thesca.force.com/members/newregistration?pid=a0sf300000r2mveAAA

Financial Assistantship:

The internship program provides Housing or Stipend.

More Information:

https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/botany-intern/po-00724344

Cytonn Investments Management Ltd Internal Audit Interns

Title: Internal Audit Interns

Salary Range: Not Known

Consideration Date: October 6th, 2017

Brief Description:

Cytonn Investments seeking highly motivated, self-directed, team players to participate in an intense 12 weeks training and analyst work in our Internal Audit department. The position will afford successful individuals a unique opportunity to participate in the Cytonn Young Leaders Program. You assist the audit team in carrying out comprehensive audits in accordance to the annual work plan, Assist in preparation and conducting departmental quality assessment review.

Hosted By:

Cytonn Investments, whose complete name is Cytonn Investments Management Limited is a private equity investment company, based in Kenya. Cytonn is a private equity firm, formed in 2014 and is based in Kenya, the largest economy in the East African Community. It is headed by a team of young professionals with local expertise and a wide network of overseas contacts.The firm has, during the first two years of existence, established a subsidiary in the United States (Cytonn Diaspora), to cater to Kenyans who live overseas.

Eligibility:

You are encouraged to apply if you are

  • A Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university with minimum Upper second class honors
  • A minimum of B+ in KCSE
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office
  • Strong numeracy, analytical and research skills
  • Ability to explain complex issues and present technical information clearly
  • Able to handle multiple tasks and prioritize accordingly
  • Ready to learn and able to take up challenges as learning points
  • A key interest in investments and real estate
  • Good communication skills

How to Apply:

Applicants must be going through the given link o apply for the Internship program:

https://careers.cytonn.com/jobs/358

More Information:

https://careers.cytonn.com/jobs/358

Contact Information:

If you have any difficulty and need an accommodation you can submit the contact form by the given link:

https://www.cytonn.com/contact-us

Getty Foundation Graduate Internships for Masters or Doctorate

Title: Graduate Students Internships

Salary Range: $20,000, $30,000,and $2,500

Application Deadline:  November 1, 2017

Brief Description:

The Getty Foundation is now offering in the four programs of the J. Paul Getty Trust—the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Getty Research Institute, the Getty Conservation Institute, and the Getty Foundation, as well as in Getty Publications.  The program is open to graduate student who intends to pursue careers in fields related to the visual arts. Training and work experience placements are available in areas such as curatorial, education, conservation, research, publications, information management, public programs, and grant making.

Hosted By:

The Getty Foundation (initially called the Getty Grant Program) was established in 1984 in the belief that philanthropy is a key ingredient in carrying out the mission of the J. Paul Getty Trust. It is supporting individuals and institutions committed to advancing the greater understanding and preservation of the visual arts in Los Angeles and throughout the world.

Eligibility:

Internships are open to students of all nationalities

  • Students currently enrolled in a graduate program (Masters or Doctorate) in a field relevant to the internship(s) for which they are applying or individuals.

OR

  • Who have completed a relevant graduate degree on or after January 1, 2015, with postgraduate activities in their field, paid or unpaid.

.How to Apply:

To apply for a scholarship you must Create or update your account and password, log in, and begin a new application in through the given link:

https://getty.fluxx.io/user_sessions/new

Supporting Documents:

As part of the application, you will need to prepare the following materials:

  • Personal Statement: Your Personal Statement should consist of no more than 500 words (two double-spaced pages) that explain how your Getty internship selections (choose two in order of preference) fit with your background and career goals. Include the reasons for your choice of specific departments or programs for an internship. Also, describe what you hope to achieve from the experience and what you believe you can contribute.
  • Resume/Curriculum Vitae:Current resumes are required for all applicants. Please limit resumes to five pages.
  • Transcript(s)/Academic Records:We require transcripts/academic records for undergraduate degree/s (completed) and graduate degree/s (completed or in progress). Multiple transcripts must be combined into a single PDF before upload.
  1. If you graduated from a school outside of the United States, transcripts may be substituted with proof of completed courses and/or copies of diplomas.
  2. If you are currently enrolled in a graduate program, provide proof of current enrollment.
  • Letters of Recommendation (2): Applicants must request two confidential letters of recommendation submitted directly by their recommenders through the application system.

Financial Aid:

  • Grant amounts are $20,000 for eight months and $30,000 for twelve months, plus $1,000 towards relocation expenses.
  • Support for research travel is available for up to $2,500.

More Information:

http://www.getty.edu/foundation/initiatives/current/gradinterns/

Contact:

If you have any questions or additional query, send an email to  grantsadmin-at-getty.edu.

 

Walt Disney Company Sports Business Development Internship

Title: Sports Business Development Internship Programme

Salary Range: Not Known

Application Deadline: January 2018 to June 2018

Brief Description:

The Walt Disney Company is pleased to announce the Sports Business Development Internship programme for spring 2018. The Internship program must be recent graduate (undergrad or graduate) or graduate student pursuing a Master’s degree in General Business, Economics, Finance or related field. A limited amount of company-sponsored housing is available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Hosted By:

The Walt Disney Company, commonly known as Disney, is an American diversified multinational mass media and entertainment conglomerate. Disney was founded on October 16, 1923. The mission of The Walt Disney Company is to be one of the world’s leading producers and providers of entertainment and information.

Eligibility:

Applicant must:

  • Must be enrolled in a college/university taking at least one class in the semester/quarter (spring/fall) prior to participation in the internship program OR have graduated from college within the past six months OR be currently participating in a Disney College Program or Disney Professional Internship.
  • Not have already completed two consecutive (spring/fall) College or Professional Internship Programs.
  • Must possess unrestricted work authorization.
  • Must provide full work availability.
  • Must have reliable transportation to get to and from work
  • Current Active Disney cast members must meet Professional Internship transfer guidelines (for Walt Disney World cast members this is no more than four points and one reprimand in the last six months; for Disneyland cast members this is six months of consecutive service and a performance record clear of any disciplinary issues (warnings, suspensions, etc.) for at least six months)

Basic Qualifications:

  • What you bring to this role…
  1. Ability to quickly assess business models and work with cross-functional teams
  2. Strong problem-solving skills through the use of analytical methods and concepts
  3. Knowledge of Sales Distribution Channels or Sales Models
  4. Ability to develop clear and concise thoughts into recommendations and presentations
  5. Excellent oral/written communication and interpersonal skills
  • Basic Qualifications are:
  1. Recent graduate (undergrad or graduate) or graduate student pursuing a Master’s degree in General Business, Economics, Finance or related field.
  2. Demonstrated proficiency in Excel and PowerPoint.
  3. Current valid U.S. driver’s license.
  4. Operating a company vehicle is required for this role. Candidate must be willing and able to operate a company vehicle under inclement weather, including minimal lighting.
  5. GPA of 3.0 or higher.

How to Apply:

To apply, the candidates can enter online by register themselves through the given link:https://xjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/home/HomeWithPreLoad?PageType=JobDetails&noback=0&partnerid=25348&siteid=5039&jobid=474665&AL=1#jobDetails=474665_5039

Supporting Documents:

In additional Information, applicants will be required materials, such as resume (outlining all of your required qualifications), a Cover letter detailing your qualifications and interest, College transcripts (official or unofficial), as well as you will be  upload these documents are:

Submitting Details:

If you experience any difficulty with uploading documents, you can  e-mail WDPR.Professional.Interns-at-disney.com

Financial Aid:

A limited amount of company-sponsored housing is available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

More Information:

https://jobs.disneycareers.com/job/lake-buena-vista/sports-business-development-internship-spring-2018/391/5783969

UNCTAD Internship Program

Title: UNCTAD Internship

Salary Range: Not Known

Consideration Date: October 04, 2017

Brief Description:

UN department encourages to apply for UNCTAD INTERNSHIP – Trade Negotiations and Commercial Diplomacy Branch, Division on International Trade in Goods and Services, and Commodities. This Internship position is in the Trade Negotiations and Commercial Diplomacy Branch in the Division on International Trade in Goods and Services and Commodities. The Internship Programme is unpaid and full-time, i.e. an intern is expected to work 8 hours a day, five days per week. Interns conduct economic and legal research on selected trade and development policy issues of particular interest to developing countries.

Hosted By:

The world looks to the United Nations for solutions to complex problems everywhere; from ending the conflict and alleviating poverty, to combating climate change and defending human rights. The issues on our agenda are manifold and diverse as are the careers they offer. Among their ranks, you will find staff members who monitor elections, disarm child soldiers, coordinate relief in humanitarian crises and provide administrative as well as logistical support to carry out their complex mandates.

Eligibility:

Applicants must meet one of the following requirements:

  • Be enrolled in a graduate school programme (second university degree or equivalent, or higher)
  • Be enrolled in the final academic year of a first university degree programme (minimum Bachelor’s level or equivalent
  • Have graduated with a university degree (as defined above) and, if selected,
    must commence the internship within a one-year period of graduation
  • Be computer literate in standard software applications
  • Have a demonstrated keen interest in the work of the United Nations and have a personal commitment to the ideals of the Charter and
  • Have a demonstrated ability to successfully interact with individuals of different cultural backgrounds and beliefs, which include a willingness to try and understand and be tolerant of differing opinions and views.

Work Experience

  • Applicants are not required to have professional work experience for participation in the
    programme, However, applicants :
  1. Should be computer literate in standard software applications
  2. Have a demonstrated keen interest in the work of the United Nations and have a personal commitment to the ideals of the Charter and
  3. Have a demonstrated ability to successfully interact with individuals of different cultural backgrounds and beliefs, which includes willingness to understand and be tolerant of differing
    opinions and views.

Languages

  • English and French are the working languages of the United Nations. Fluency in spoken and written English is required for this Internship. Knowledge of an additional official UN language is an asset. In addition to English, French, Arabic, Chinese, Russian and Spanish are also official languages of the UN.

How to Apply:

Applicants can apply by the given link:

https://inspira.un.org/psp/PUNA1J/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/UN_CUSTOMIZATIONS.UN_JOB_DETAIL.GBL?Action=A&UNAction=Apply&JobOpeningId=85472&languageCd=ENG&

More Information:

https://careers.un.org/lbw/jobdetail.aspx?id=85472

Monash University Arts Internships for Graduates & Undergraduates

Title: Arts Internships

Salary Range: Not Known

Consideration Date: Ongoing

Brief Description:

Want to get hands-on experience while you study, and open up new possibilities for your career? Then an internship might be for you! The Faculty of Arts is pleased to offer internships for Graduate and Undergraduate students. An internship gives you the opportunity to undertake a role in an organization, learn new skills, build new contacts and networks, and consolidate your learning through reporting and reflecting on your internship experience.

Hosted By:

Monash University is Australian public research university based in Melbourne, Australia. Founded in 1958, it is the second oldest university in the State of Victoria. Monash is a member of Australia’s Group of Eight, a coalition of Australia’s eight leading research Universities, a member of the ASAIHL, and is the only Australian member of the influential M8 Alliance of Academic Health Centers, Universities, and National Academies.

Eligibility:

The internship program is open to Graduate and Undergraduate students.

How to Apply:

In order to be applying for the internship, you must check the given link: http://artsonline.monash.edu.au/internships/internship-units-in-arts/

Supporting Documents:

Applicants must submit the following documents along with their application:

  • A resume,
  • An application,
  • For an interview, etc.

More Information:

http://artsonline.monash.edu.au/internships/

Under Armour’s Summer League Internship Program

Title: Under Armour’s Summer League Internship Program

Salary Range: Not Known

Consideration Date: December 15, 2017 at 11:59PM ET

Brief Description:

Current college students have a chance to get inside the world’s most dynamic brand in sports through this Under Armour’s Summer League Internship program. Interns at Under Armour will be key players in advancing their mission of making all athletes better through passion, design, and the relentless pursuit of innovation. Groups throughout Under Armour have several opportunities to join the team, whether you’re studying design, the sciences, the arts, humanities, engineering, or business.

Hosted By:

Under Armour, Inc. is an American company that manufactures footwear, sports, and casual apparel. Under Armour’s global headquarters is located in Baltimore, Maryland. Under Armour was founded in 1996 by Kevin Plank, a then 23-year-old former special team’s captain of the University of Maryland football team.

Eligibility:

To be Applying for the position applicants must meet the eligibility criteria given below:

  • Meet the position-specific graduation date and degree criteria.
  • Commute or relocate to the location of the internship – most roles based in Baltimore, MD.
  • Able to complete a 10-12 week internship between May 14, 2018, and August 28, 2018.
  • Have or obtain authorization to work in the United States for the duration of the internship.
  • Be a current full-time college student with at least one academic term remaining following an internship:
  1. An undergraduate or masters degree between December 18 and May 20
  2. Completing an undergraduate program on May 18
  3. Continuing immediately into a graduate program in fall 18.

How to Apply:

Applications must be completed by the given link:

https://career8.successfactors.com/career?career_ns=job_listing&company=ua&navBarLevel=JOB_SEARCH&rcm_site_locale=en_US&career_job_req_id=95890

More Information:

https://careers.underarmour.com/job/baltimore/rookie-2018-summer-league-internship-business-and-operations/7686/5399352

Make-A-Wish Greater Los Angeles Internship

Title: Make-A-Wish Greater Los Angeles Internship

Salary Range: Unpaid

Consideration Date: December 1st

Brief Description:

Make-A-Wish Greater Los Angeles gives of their time and talents to help bring hope, strength, and joy to children with life-threatening medical conditions through their internship program. The internship program offers interns a substantive learning experience that affords them the opportunity to contribute to our work, and to provide the knowledge, skills, and tools they may need to continue in the nonprofit field. This project-based internship provides opportunities to work with highly qualified professionals and strengthen new skills.

Hosted By:

Make-A-Wish Greater Los Angeles is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that fulfills the wishes of children between the ages of 2½ and 18 who confront life-threatening medical conditions. Make-A-Wish serves a unique, and vital, role in helping strengthen and empower children battling life-threatening medical conditions.

Types of Internships:

  • Marketing and Communications Intern: Interns will serve to expand existing wish story libraries, develop recommendations for increasing diversity across chapter communications, and learn more about the strategic communications of a nonprofit.
  • Fundraising Intern: Interns will be responsible for assisting with communications and/or fundraising duties, program coordination, event planning, and office and field projects.
  • Programs Services Intern: Interns will work on performing and assisting with projects to assist in the wish process. Interns may work in the following areas of our chapter: Volunteer Services, Wish Assists, or Medical Outreach.

Eligibility:

In order to be applying all applicants must:

  • Applicants should be reliable, flexible, and detail oriented as well as self-motivated.
  • Applicants should possess strong written and communication skills as well as project management skills.
  • Students studying in the following fields: Communications, Sociology, Public Relations, Professional Writing, Journalism, Business Administration, Marketing, Social Work/Public Health.

How to Apply:

Application form of the internship can be downloaded from the given link:

http://la.wish.org/~/media/015-000/Documents/Internship%20Application_2016.ashx?la=en

Supporting Documents:

To apply for an internship position, you must submit the following:

  • Cover Letter
  • Resume

Detailed Information:

The application form and all documents must be sent via email or fax at Email: internships-at-la.wish.org

Or

Fax: 310-272-7777 (ATTN: Volunteer Services)

Financial Assistantship:

The internship is unpaid. However, academic credit can be provided for students applying for our internship program (depending on specific criteria/requirements of the student’s educational institution).

More Information:

http://la.wish.org/about-us/employment/internships

The Washington Post Summer Newsroom Internship for Junior Senior or Graduate

Title: Newsroom Internship Program

Salary Range: $750 per week

Consideration Date:  October 6, 2017

Brief Description:

Applications are open for the “Paid Summer Internship” at The Washington Post.  This 2018 Newsroom Summer Internship Program is an opportunity to be a reporter, photographer, videographer, multiplatform editor or producer, news or digital designer, graphics reporter or developer, or social media producer at the post. In order to apply, You must be a college junior, senior or graduate student enrolled in a degree program on Oct. 6, 2017.

Host Institution:

The Post was founded in 1877 and owned by the Meyer-Graham family from 1933 to 2013 when Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos bought the company. The Post has won more than 60 Pulitzer Prizes and has more than tripled its digital audience since Bezos bought it.

Eligibility:

Applicants for the internship program must meet each of the following requirements:

  • You must be a college junior, senior or graduate student enrolled in a degree program on Oct. 6, 2017.
  • You must have had at least one professional news media job or internship.
  • Foreign citizens can apply for internships.
  • If selected, the necessary documentation for obtaining the proper U.S work visa must be provided

Instructions for Applying:

To be eligible applicant must submit the online application, The link is:

https://sub.washingtonpost.com/hosted/washpost/597b42d334cee41af12ad5bc

Supporting Documents:

  • Reporters: Indicate your reporting assignment preference: General Assignments (includes national and health/science), Foreign (assignments would be in the Washington newsroom), Arts, Entertainment and Culture, Local, Sports or Editorial. No more than five clips.
  • Visual Journalists: Indicate your assignment preference: Photography or Video. Your application must include a portfolio. Videographers must be proficient in all aspects of digital video/audio and editing software, including Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premiere. Experience with voiceover narration and HTML is helpful. The required portfolio must be attached.
  • Multiplatform Editors: Successful editors must be able to edit for multiple platforms, writing headlines that are tailored for print and digital audiences. Editors must also have a keen understanding of style, grammar, and sentence structure, and must be able to edit for clarity. We also value editors who can detect problems in stories and work with others to make them better. Include up to six examples of news or feature stories you have edited, preferably files that include a headline and caption(s) for web or print.
  • News Designers: Send a portfolio that includes five to 10 examples of your print and/or digital design work. The portfolio should be contained in one PDF or link on your application form.
  • Digital Designers: Send a portfolio that includes five to 10 examples of your digital design work. The portfolio should be contained in one PDF or link on your application form.
  • Graphics Reporters: Send a portfolio that includes five to 10 examples of your graphics work. The portfolio should be contained in one PDF or link on your application form.
  • Graphics Developers: Send a portfolio that includes five to 10 examples of your development work. The portfolio should be contained in one PDF or link on your application form.
  • Social Media Producers: Send at least one sample of an online discussion you’ve led and include links to your personal social media handles and/or accounts you have managed.
  • An essay of not more than 500 words that will tell the selection committee something about you that cannot be gleaned from your experience and education. Allowed file types include txt, doc, xls and pdf; files must be less than 10 MB.
  • Complete the online application and attach all relevant materials, including resume, work samples and an autobiographical All work submitted must be in English.

Financial Internship:

The Post pays everyone who works for them, including interns. For summer 2017, the salary was $750 per week.

Detailed Information Link:

http://intern.washpost.com/

Contact Information:

If you have any questions or additional query, send an email to: newsinterns-at-washpost.com

Archives of American Art User Experience Internship

Title: User Experience Internship

Salary Range: Not Known

Consideration Date: Rolling Basis

Brief Description:

The Archives of American Art invites the applications for “User Experience Internship Program”. Interns will gain first-hand experience on user experience projects such as usability studies and analytics analyses and will provide assistance to the Digital Experience Manager on UX reports and design improvements. Interns will learn a variety of skills that will make them desirable candidates in their upcoming web careers such as web analytics, information architecture, wireframing, content management system experience, interface design, HTML, and CSS.

Hosted By:

The Archives of American Art is the largest collection of primary resources documenting the history of the visual arts in the United States. More than 20 million items of original material are housed in the Archives’ research centers in Washington, D.C. and New York City.

Eligibility:

Learn more about this internship program:

  • Strong interpersonal/communication skills
  • Keen attention to detail in oral and written work
  • Highly organized with excellent analytical/problem-solving skills and effective time management
  • Some familiarity with web technologies; any experience with HTML or CSS is a plus
  • Possess a passion for design, digital media, and technology
  • Self-starters that are able to work independently without much instruction
  • Ability to commit a minimum of 180 hours over a minimum of 11 weeks

Responsibilities

  • Tracking and assessing online analytics and producing reports
  • Contributing to the Archives’ social media platforms
  • Producing and editing graphics
  • Researching and reporting on digital and technology trends
  • Providing administrative assistance to the Digital Experience Manager

How to Apply:

Applications for the internship must be submitted by the given link:

https://solaa.si.edu/solaa/#/public

Supporting Documents:

  • Letter of reference, not two instead of submitting the second letter of reference.
  • A one-page work sample document each work sample should have a 1–2 paragraph description outlining your role in the project and technologies employed

More Information:

https://www.aaa.si.edu/about/internship-fellowship-and-volunteer-opportunities/user-experience-internship

Contact Information:

For technical assistance, you can contact the OCIOHelpDesk-at-si.edu or call: 202-633-4000 ext. 1 (U.S.)

Farm Planning Projects Coordinator Internship Program

Title: Farm Planning Projects Coordinator

Salary Range: $12,530 Allowance

Consideration Date: Open until filled

Brief Description:

In partnership with the Mt. Adams Institute, the King Conservation District (KCD) sponsor a VetsWork AmeriCorps intern to serve as a Farm Planning Projects Coordinator. The intern will engage and educate community members while working to improve soil and water health throughout King County.

Hosted By:

Mt. Adams Institute strengthens the connection between people and the natural world through education, service learning, career development and research. The Mt. Adams Institute mission is to strengthen the connection between people and the natural world through education, service learning, career development and research.

Eligibility:

To apply for Job, a beneficiary must:

  • Applicants must have a valid driver’s license, clean driving record and ability to provide documentation. You must comply with Driver Certification and Safety Agreement (see VetsWork Application Documents on the website).
  • Attend a mandatory orientation in Corbett, OR from 2/5 to 2/9, quarterly Intern training in Trout Lake, WA (food and lodging provided for orientation and training), and quarterly Intern meetings
  • Communicate effectively orally and in writing with staff, project partners, the general public, and a diverse landowner population.
  • Manage overlapping program/project deliverables while successfully operating in a small office environment that often requires staff to adapt to and accommodate changing priorities
  • Able to take direction and work as a member of a team.
  • Use Microsoft Office to write reports, track work progress, prepare and record program/project data and records
  • Work occasional evenings and weekends.
  • Travel to various locations throughout King Count
  • Currently, hold or can obtain a valid Washington State Driver’s License
  • Able to perform physical work in all weather conditions.
  • Must have served in US Armed Forces and have a DD214 with an honorable discharge.
  • 21 years of age at beginning of service term.
  • U.S. citizen, national or lawful permanent resident.
  • Possession of a high school diploma or equivalent, or commit to earning one prior to receiving an education award.
  • Ability to commit to the full 45-week term of service.
  • Selection, placement, and retention are contingent upon passing the National Sex Offender Public Register and a national FBI fingerprint check. The position does not have recurring access to vulnerable populations.
  • Members are eligible to serve up to four terms of service and receive AmeriCorps Education awards for each term of service up to the value of two full-time education awards only. It is the responsibility of the applicant to inform MAI of any previous service in an AmeriCorps program, regardless of whether or not they completed the previous term(s) of service. MAI is not liable for providing an Education Award to a member if they are not eligible under the Corporation for National and Community Service AmeriCorps guidelines.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience and/or education in natural resources, environmental science, education, and/or public outreach
  • Knowledge of or experience working with diverse groups of community members.
  • Knowledge of or experience in Pacific Northwest ecology
  • Experience driving vehicles with trailers
  • Experience operating farm equipment and/or machinery

How to Apply:

To be applying interested applicants can check the given link:

https://mtadamsinstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/VW-PD-KCD-Farm-2018-19.docx.pdf

Supporting Documents:

Applicants must upload the following information along with the application:

  • Application – AmeriCorps online application Resume
  • DD214
  • Separate cover letter for each position for which you are applying.
  • List positions in order of preference if applying for more than one
  • MAI AmeriCorps Certification Form
  • Driving Record / Abstract – from your local DMV covering the last three years (will
  • Require more than one if you have lived in multiple states within that time).
  • Driver Certification and Safety Agreement form

Financial Assistantship:

  • A total taxable living allowance (before taxes) of $12,530 paid over term of service.
  • Upon successful completion of a term of service, eligible members receive an education award of $5,815. The education award can be used to repay qualified student loans, for further education in an accredited institution of higher learning, vocational or trade schools. The education award is taxed in the year that it is used.
  • Loan forbearance (after successful completion of a term of service, AmeriCorps will pay the accrued interest on qualified loans, which is taxable).
  • Basic medical insurance (covers members only, not dependents; vision and dental not included). 5. Child care allowance for those who qualify. 6. Professional development, trainings and networking opportunities.

More Information:

https://mtadamsinstitute.org/internships/

Contact Information:

Have any question you can contact at:

Contact Katie Schmidt at recruitment@mtadamsinstitute.com
509-395-3465
Mt. Adams Institute
2453 HWY 141, Trout Lake, WA 98650

UNICEF Internship Programme for Undergraduate Graduate or PhD Students

Award Amount: Unpaid Internship

Number of Awards: Not Known

Deadline:  Rolling Basis

Winner Announcement: Not Known

Brief Description:

The United Nations Children’s Fund would like to announce The UNICEF Internship Programme. To be eligible for the internship you must be enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate or PhD degree programme.  The internship provides opportunity to acquire direct practical experience in UNICEF’s work.

Host Institution: 

The United Nations Children’s Fund is a United Nations programme headquartered in New York City that provides humanitarian and developmental assistance to children and mothers in developing countries. 

Eligibility:

To be considered for an internship, applicants must meet the following requirements:

  • Be enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate or Ph.D. degree programme. Applicants enrolled in an undergraduate school must have completed at least two years of full-time studies.
  • Be proficient in at least one of UNICEF’s working languages: English, French or Spanish. Fluency in the working language of the office you are applying to is required.
  • Have excellent academic performance as demonstrated by recent university or institution records.

Instructions for Applying:

Interested applicants can go through the given link to apply for the internship program:

https://secure.dc7.pageuppeople.com/apply/671/cw/applicationForm/default.asp

Award Description:

Internships at UNICEF are typically non-remunerative. All successful applicants are expected to make their own arrangements for travel, lodging and living expenses during the internship period.   There are a number of resources for supporting internships.

Detailed Information Link:

https://www.unicef.org/about/employ/index_internship.html

Contact Information:

You have any queries, send an email with your question to mailto:Internship-at-unicef.org.

Guided Internships for Music-in-Education

Title: Guided Internships for Music-in-Education

Salary Range: Not Known

Consideration Date: January 24, 2018 

Brief Description:

You have an amazing chance to apply for this MIE Guided Internship Program provides NEC students with a broad array of opportunities in education. The MIE Guided Internship Program aims to provide equal access to high-quality music programs for youth throughout the greater Boston area and instill in them the values of lifelong learning, skill development, and appreciation for music in a range of contexts and environments. As an MIE Intern, you will help each child document his or her MusicLaunch experience through the year (in the form of reflective journals, video vignettes, and performance recordings), as well as assist MusicLaunch faculty with small-group or individual instruction.

Hosted By:

Emmanuel College is a private, coed Catholic liberal arts and sciences college, located near Fenway Park. And their music director, Greg Pare is an NEC alum. (M.M. Composition & MIE Concentration) Greg has generously offered to host two interns. This is a fabulous chance to work in a college setting and be mentored by successful NEC/MIE alum.

Eligibility:

You are encouraged to apply if you are

  • Preference will be given to an instrumental major (classical, CI or jazz) with personal experience in a youth symphony-type program, and who are able to make a two-semester commitment.
  • Students who have taken (or are currently enrolled in) an MIE core class such as the MIE Intro course or MIE Teaching Seminar.
  • Candidates with strong interest in the music field.

How to Apply:

All interested applicants who want to apply may go through the given link:

https://form.jotform.us/necmie/mie-internships-2017-2018

More Information:

https://necmusic.edu/mie/guided-internships

Contact Information:

If you have any Query you can contact to MIE faculty member Randy Wong at randy.wong-at-necmusic.edu

ACE Cumberland Gap NHP Natural Resource Management Internship 

Title: Cumberland Gap NHP Natural Resource Management Internship

Salary Range: Living allowance of $250/week, a one-time equipment allowance, housing stipend of $700/month

Consideration Date: 33 weeks from start date

Brief Description:

American Conservation Experience in partnership with Cumberland Gap National Historic Park offering “ACE EPIC NPS KY: Cumberland Gap NHP Natural Resource Management Internship”.   ACE EPIC NPS KY seeking one Natural Resource Management Intern interested in dedicating 33-weeks in support of the National Park Service. They are seeking one Natural Resource Management Intern interested in dedicating 33-weeks in support of the National Park Service.

Position Description:  The ACE intern will assist the Park’s Resource Management staff in accomplishing a variety of tasks.  The intern will spend the majority of their time in the field performing physically demanding tasks as assigned. Approximately 75 – 80% of the fieldwork will be Hemlock Woolly Adelgid (HWA) control; duties will also include exotic plant management and other invasive species projects.

Hosted By:

American Conservation Experience (ACE), a nonprofit conservation corps, is a national leader in recruiting, coordinating, and training youth and volunteers in environmental restoration and land management projects on America’s National Parks, National Forests, Wildlife Refuges, and other Public Lands.

Eligibility:

This internship program is applicable for:

  • The internship is available to US Citizens and Permanent Residents only.
  • Intern must be 18-35 years of age at the time of hire.
  • A valid driver’s license and a clean driving record are required (documentation to be provided upon request).
  • A personal vehicle is required for the duration of the internship.
  • Ability to undergo a federal criminal background check is required.
  • Must be willing and able to perform the above fieldwork, including backcountry camping.
  • Must be able and comfortable with navigating off the trail by maps and GPS units in the mountains.
  • Must be physically fit and able to backpack to off-trail backcountry campsites up to a mile away from a maintained trail.
  • The intern will be required to hike 5-10 miles per day while carrying up to 50 pounds of gear on uneven and steep terrain, on and off trail, bushwhacking in some cases through rhododendron, mountain laurel, and Greenbriar.
  • Must be a mature and responsible individual.
  • Must be willing and able to serve in all weather conditions, from 90 degrees Fahrenheit and 90% humidity in full sun to freezing temps in winter.
  • Must be willing to use herbicides and insecticides and pass the Kentucky pesticide certification test to apply pesticides in forestry situations.
  • Must be able to serve in small a group setting, performing difficult service, while keeping a positive attitude.

Requested Qualifications:

  • The NPS is interested in recruiting from a diverse group of candidates.
  • Knowledge of the interrelationships of various natural and cultural resources; for example, range, wildlife, soil, water, and minerals is desired.
  • Ability to communicate clearly with peer professionals and volunteers.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with a multi-disciplinary group in a knowledgeable and accurate manner.
  • Ability to identification plants on sight or by using a dichotomous key.
  • Ability to serve independently in remote areas.
  • Strong desire to enter the public service field as a Natural Resources professional.

How to Apply:

All applicants can go through the given link to apply for this internship program:

https://usaconservation.applicantpool.com/jobs/170107.html

Financial Assistantship:

  • The ACE intern will work 40 hours/week and receive a living allowance of $250/week for food and incidentals.
  • The Intern will be provided with a one-time equipment allowance of $200 for the purchase of field boots.
  • IF there is room in the NPS dormitory it will be available to the intern and a stipend equivalent to its rent will be provided.
  • The intern may opt out of NPS housing in favor of their own rental location and a housing stipend of $700/month ($175/week).

More Information:

https://usaconservation.applicantpool.com/jobs/170107.html

Contact Information:

If you have any questions regarding this position, please feel free to contact the ACE EPIC Recruitment Specialist, Zoe Moskwa, 801.707.7832, or zmoskwa-at-usaconservation.org.

American Museum of Natural History Coral Rehousing Project Intern

Title: Coral Rehousing Project Intern

Salary Range: Not Known

Consideration Date: September 24, 2017

Brief Description:

The Division of Invertebrate Zoology at the American Museum of Natural History seeks applications to fill a part-time (30 hours per week), 1.3-year internship. The internship is 1-year renewal for a graduate or undergraduate student (or recent graduate) in invertebrate zoology, life sciences, taxonomy, museum studies or related fields. The intern will work with collection management staff to clean, update taxonomic names of, tag, database, and image approximately 3500 pieces of dry coral as part of a project funded by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Hosted By:

The American Museum of Natural History is one of the world’s preeminent scientific and cultural institutions. Since its foundation in 1869, the AMNH has advanced its global mission to discover, interpret and disseminate information about human cultures, the natural world and the universe through a wide-ranging program of scientific research, education, and exhibition.

Eligibility:

In order to apply all applicants must:

  • Applicants must minimum Bachelor’s Degree in Science or Fine Arts in a related field.
  • Applicants must be meticulous and extremely careful, as many of the specimens are now endangered and fragile, and label data must always be associated with the specimens.
  • Some pieces are quite heavy and the applicant should be able to lift 25 lbs with relative ease.
  • Candidate must know MS Word and Excel exceptionally well, be able to learn other software relatively easily and be able to take reasonably good digital images.
  • The applicant must know or be able to learn the idiosyncrasies of taxonomic nomenclature.
  • The applicant must be committed to working 30 hours a week, be able to work independently and have good time-management skills.
  • Experience in the life sciences, taxonomy, conservation, museum studies will be looked upon favorably.

How to Apply:

If you want to apply for this post, you must go through the given link:

https://careers.amnh.org/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp

Supporting Documents:

Have the following ready before you complete this application.

  • Resume
  • Cover Letter
  • Letter of Reference 1
  • Letter of Reference 2

More Information:

https://careers.amnh.org/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp

Rotary Club of UTICA Internship

Title: Rotary Club of UTICA Internship

Salary Range:  Not Known

Consideration Date: November 15, 2017

Brief Description:

Rotary Club of Utica is pleased to offer Paid Internship Internships with Local Businesses for college students. Through paid internships with local businesses and not-for-profit organizations, students from area colleges will have access to the knowledge and experience needed to succeed in a variety of professions. In addition, area businesses will be able to evaluate students for possible future employment, thereby creating the opportunity to keep some of our best and brightest minds here in the Mohawk Valley. This paid internship requires 12 hours per week commitment for 15 weeks.

Hosted By:

Rotary brings together a global network of business volunteer leaders dedicated to tackling the world’s most pressing humanitarian challenges. Rotary connects 1.2 million members of more than 34,000 Rotary clubs in over 200 countries and geographical areas.

Eligibility:

This internship program is applicable for:

  • Only full-time students attending local colleges are encouraged to apply for the internship program.
  • Applicants must have the first year, sophomore, or junior standing during the 2017/2018 academic year.
  • Preference will be given to students who will be receiving academic credit for the internship.

How to Apply:

All interested applicants can go through the given link to apply for the internship program:

http://uticarotary.org/forms/internship/rotaractForm.php

Supporting Documents:

The internship application is comprised of:

  • Two letters of recommendation
  • An essay the essay should be brief telling us why you are interested in this internship program and what you hope to accomplish with it.

More Information:

http://uticarotary.org/

Contact Information:

Send all Questions and inquiries via e-mail to: Internship-at-UticaRotary.org
Contact: Jennifer DePasquale, Co-Chair, Utica Rotary ROTARACT Internship Committee
Rotary Club of Utica
P.O. Box 323
Washington Mills, NY 13479

Weill Cornell Graduate School ACCESS Summer Internship for Undergraduates

Title: The ACCESS Summer Internship Program

Salary Range:  Not Known

Consideration Date: February 1, 2018

Brief Description:

Weill Cornell Graduate School would like to announce “ACCESS Summer Internship Program | Undergraduate Research”. It is designed for undergraduate students to enhance their understanding of modern biology and medical research. Interns gain hands-on experience in a biomedical research laboratory and are encouraged to apply to Ph.D. programs. Selected students are placed in laboratories at the Weill Cornell Medical College under the mentorship of experienced faculty members.

Journal Club – Students will learn to analyze and discuss scientific journal articles by participating in weekly journal clubs.

Seminar Series – Students attend lectures and discussions aimed at enhancing their understanding of the current status of biomedical research, the pathways available to enter a research career, the range of career opportunities available, and the requirements for admission to graduate school.

Presentations – At the end of the program students give an oral presentation and prepare a written a report.

Duration

The program lasts 10 weeks during the summer and begins June 4, 2018. At the end of 10 weeks (August 10), a celebratory award ceremony is held in which students give poster and oral presentations on their research.

Hosted By:

The Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences (WCGS) (formerly known as the Cornell University Graduate School of Medical Sciences) is a graduate college of Cornell University that was founded in 1952 as an academic partnership between two major medical institutions in New York City: the Weill Cornell Medical College and the Sloan-Kettering Institute.

Eligibility:

All applicants must:

  • Be in good academic standing with a GPA of 3.0 or better.
  • Demonstrate a committed interest to pursue graduate study toward a PhD.
  • Have completed at least two semesters and have at least one semester remaining of their undergraduate education by the start of the summer program.
  • Be a documented U.S. citizen or permanent resident in possession of an alien registration receipt card (I-551) or another legal document of such status at the time of application. International citizens studying in the United States with an F-1 Visa are not eligible. Individuals seeking asylum or refugees are not eligible.

Applications are encouraged from:

  • Individuals from groups traditionally underrepresented in research careers in the sciences, social sciences and humanities in the academic, public or private sectors, including students who identify as African Americans, Hispanic Americans, American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, and other Pacific Islanders.
  • Individuals with disabilities, defined as those with a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities. We understand that some disabilities affect vision, speech, hearing, attention, learning, or mobility, and other disabilities are not obvious.
  • Individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds, defined by the Department of Health & Human Services as those who come from a family with an annual income below established low-income thresholds. These income levels are published at http://aspe.hhs.gov/poverty/14poverty.cfm
  • Undergraduates who bring diversity to academic study by reason of their culture, class, race, ethnicity, background, work and life experiences, skills and interests.

How to Apply:

Applicants must Sign-up for a login to access the application through the given link:

https://weillcornell.liaisoncas.com/applicant-ux/#/login

Supporting Documents:

Have the following ready before you complete this application.

Essay
Please indicate why you would like to participate in this summer research program, discuss your previous research experiences and also indicate your short- and long-term career goals. Please keep your essay to 2 pages.

Transcript/Academic Record

Upload an unofficial transcript(s) to the Academic History portal. Transcripts for every college or university you have attended must be submitted.

Letters of Recommendation

In the Supporting Information section of the application, please enter contact information for 2 recommenders:

  • A letter of recommendation from a research faculty member from a lab you have worked in or who is familiar with your research potential.
  • A letter of recommendation from a science faculty instructor or program director (such as: MARC, RISE, McNair, etc.) commenting on your motivation and potential for scientific research.

Proof of Citizenship

In the Supporting Documents section, under “Documents” in the “Other Relevant Documents” section, please upload one of the following as proof of US Citizenship or permanent resident visa status:

  • U.S. Citizenship: A copy of your birth certificate or US Passport
  • Permanent Resident Visa: A copy of your Permanent Resident Visa card

Financial Assistantship:

Each student receives a generous stipend of $4,000 and up to $500 for travel expenses. On-campus housing is provided free of charge to those who are not from the New York City area.

More Information:

https://gradschool.weill.cornell.edu/student-experience/diversity-and-inclusion/summer-undergraduate-research

Contact Information:

Marcus Lambert, Ph.D.
ACCESS Program Director
Phone: 212-746-6565
ACCESS-at-med.cornell.edu

Disney Professional Internship Program

Award Amount: Not known

Deadline: Mid-December

Location: Lake Buena Vista, Florida, United States; Orlando, Florida, United States

Brief Description:

The Walt Disney Company is pleased to offer the Disney Professional ManagementInternship. The program is open to graduating senior or master’s student (or recent graduate within 6 months) with a major in accounting who is at least 18 years of age and have a Cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher. To eligible, the Must be enrolled in a college/university taking at least one class in the semester/quarter (spring/fall) prior to participation in the internship program OR must have graduated from a college/university within the past six (6) months OR currently participating in a Disney College Program or Disney Professional Internship.

Host Institution:

The Walt Disney Company is the global leader in high-quality entertainment and innovative technology. Begin a career that delivers unparalleled creative content and experiences to audiences around the world.

Eligibility:

  • Required Education
  1. ‘A’ or‘B’ in ACG 3141
  2. Cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher
  3. Graduating Senior or Master’s student (or recent graduate within 6 months) with a major in accounting
  • Preferred Education: Working towards CPA
  • Preferred Qualifications: Previous accounting work experience
  • Must be enrolled in a college/university taking at least one class in the semester/quarter (spring/fall) prior to participation in the internship program OR must have graduated from a college/university within the past six (6) months OR currently participating in a Disney College Program or Disney Professional Internship
  • Must be at least 18 years of age
  • Must not have completed one year of continuous employment on a Disney internship or program
  • Must possess unrestricted work authorization
  • Must provide full work availability
  • Must provide own transportation to/from work
  • Current Active Disney cast members must meet Professional Internship transfer guidelines (for Walt Disney World cast members this is no more than four points and one reprimand in the last six months; for Disneyland cast members this is six months of consecutive service and a performance record clear of any disciplinary issues (warnings, suspensions, etc.) for at least six months)
  • You Are:
  1. A self-starter who enjoys making day-to-day operational decisions in line with Guest, Cast Members, and Financial expectations.
  2. Able to foster, build and maintain relationships to best communicate and interface with Guests, front-line Cast Members, partners, vendors, leaders, and peers in other lines of business as a point-of-contact for day-to-day operations.
  3. Empowered to inspire, recognize, monitor performance, coach and develop front-line Cast Members from different cultures, backgrounds, and styles.

Program Length: The approximate dates of this internship are January 2018 through June 2018. Interns must be fully available for the duration of the internship.

Instructions for Applying:

To apply, the applicants can submit an online application through the given link: https://xjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/home/HomeWithPreLoad?PageType=JobDetails&noback=0&partnerid=25348&siteid=5039&jobid=482463&AL=1&ss=paid#jobDetails=482463_5039

What You Bring to the Role:

  • Minimum one year demonstrated leadership
  • Minimum three months experience in Custodial, Front Office, Housekeeping, and/or Recreation environment
  • Majoring in Hospitality, Business, Commercial Recreation or similar
  • Recreation Only: Ability to complete and maintain CPO, Lifeguard, Aquatic Rescue Professional, and Aquatic Facilities Operator certifications.
  • Knowledge of the lodging industry and a passion for delivering an outstanding service experience
  • Demonstrated problem-solving and decision-making skills
  • Demonstrated strong written and organizational skills with attention to detail
  • Proven ability to function effectively in a team environment
  • Demonstrated strong computer proficiency within a Windows environment

Supporting Documents:

  • Recommendation – Print This Role Description: Strong candidates may be invited to complete a phone interview. We strongly encourage applicants to print a copy of this role description so they can refer to it in the event they are selected for a phone interview.
  • Resume (outlining all of your required qualifications)
  • College transcripts (official or unofficial)
  • To upload these documents:
  1. Log into your dashboard at www.DisneyInterns.com
  2. Click the link labeled “edit profile info”
  3. Click on the “Attachments” Tab
  4. Be sure your document is titled in this format: FirstName_LastName_Type (i.e. Mickey_Mouse_Transcripts or Mickey_Mouse_CoverLetter)
  5. Select document type of “Transcript”

Compensation:

Housing: limited number of housing is available for Florida based participants. Interns are able to sign up for housing once they have accepted an internship offer.

Detailed Information Link:

https://jobs.disneycareers.com/job/lake-buena-vista/management-internship-lodging-spring-2018/391/5532091

Stage USA – Internships in the U.S.

Title: Stage USA – Internships

Salary Range: Stipend $250 to $850 per month

Consideration Date: Anytime

Brief Description:

Would you like to take part in an internship in The United States? Stage-USA offers internships in nearly every field in every level of college education.  The internship provides housing assistance, extra insurance, flight assistance, and answers to all your questions.

Fields of Study

Stage-USA offers internships in nearly every field in every level of college education. The educational backgrounds we can assist are as follows: Marketing / Communications, Graphic design, Media & Entertainment, Film/TV, Event Management, Hospitality / Tourism, Fashion, Business / Management, Finance / Accounting, Facility Management, Technology / Engineering / Electrical, Legal, Logistics / Distribution, IT / Computer, Human Resources (HR), International Business, Sports Management, Health Care, Industrial Engineering, Aviation (Engineering), Education (Teacher program)

Hosted By:

Stage-USA is a top placement provider for educational programs in the United States. Stage-USA has programs across the U.S. in cities like New York City, Los Angeles, Miami, San Francisco, San Diego, and we can find a fit at a company that matches your requirements.

How to Apply:

In order to be applying for the Internship, You may go through the given link:

https://www.stage-usa.net/internship/apply

Financial Assistantship:

  • Stipend range of internship is from $250 to $850 per month.
  • They provide the assistance in finding you suitable housing.
  • Many interns choose to stay the first few nights in a hostel in order to visit different accommodations in person and decide on a place to live.

Application Deadline:

There are no specific start dates for internships in the U.S., so you may enroll throughout the year.

More Information:

https://www.stage-usa.net/internship

Contact Information:

Have any questions? Contact at info-at-stage-usa.net, or by calling +31 20 68 23 026.

MIT Internship Program for Undergraduate and Graduate Students

Award Amount: varies

Number of Awards: Not known

Deadline: December 1, 2017

Winner Announcement: Not known

Brief Description:

MIT International Science And Technology Initiatives (MISTI) matches Massachusetts Institute of Technology students with internships at leading companies, research labs and universities in Israel. This program is open to those students who are undergraduate and graduate students of MIT and have a minimum of 4.0 GPA.

Host Institution:

MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives is MIT’s pioneering international education program. They also facilitate international faculty collaborations and develop partnerships with leading companies, research institutes, and universities around the world.

Eligibility:

Eligibility is given below:

  • Open to MIT undergraduate and graduate
  • Students must have a minimum of 4.0 GPA.
  • Students must take an MIT course on the Middle East/Israel, and attend all
  • Prerequisites
  1. Undergrads: One required a course on Israeli history and culture in fall, IAP or spring before departure.
  2. Graduate students: Culture course recommended, but not required

Instructions for Applying:

Go through the given link to apply for the internship program:

http://misti.mit.edu/apply-now

Supporting Documents:

To apply, students should submit the following:

  • Complete the MISTI and program-specific applications Upload a copy of your resume
  • Upload a copy of your unofficial transcript
  • Make an appointment with the manager of your program

Award Description:

The Internship program expenses covered (includes airfare and a stipend to cover food and accommodation).

Detailed Information Link:

http://misti.mit.edu/student-programs/location/israel

Contact Information:

If you have any questions or additional query, send an email to  misti-at-mit.edu.

Berklee College of Music Career Center’s Internship Expo

Award Amount: $100

Number of Awards: Not known

Deadline: October 17, 2017

Winner Announcement: Not known

Brief Description:

Berklee College of Music is pleased to offer the Career Center’s Internship to all students, but only those who register and have a nametag will be admitted into the event spaces. The internship expo is an open to any student who has completed three semesters at Berklee by the time their internship begins and has a GPA of at least 2.5. This program is available to help you put your best foot forward at the Internship Expo, no matter what your level is.

Host Institution:

Berklee was founded on the revolutionary principle that the best way to prepare students for careers in music is through the study and practice of contemporary music.It is to educate, train, and develop students to excel in music as a career.

Eligibility:

To eligible, the applicant must meet all the following criteria to the Career Center’s Internship Expo:

  • Any student who has completed three semesters at Berklee by the time their internship begins
  • Applicants have a GPA of at least 2.5 is eligible for this internship course.

Instructions for Applying:

Award Description:

  • IN-299 and IN-399: one general elective credit
  • XX-495: two approved, specified elective credits
  • GS-595 (for graduate students only): one elective credit

Detailed Information Link:

https://www.berklee.edu/internship-expo

Contact Information:

If you have any questions or issues, contact by email at careercenter-at-berklee.edu

D.O.O.R. Summer Internships for Undergraduate & Graduate Students

Award Amount: A stipend for 40-hour work weeks

Number of Awards: Not known

Deadline: January 31st

Winner Announcement: March

Brief Description:

The Applied Research Laboratory (ARL) at Penn State University is offering a summer research program named as the Diversity Outreach Opportunities Research (D.O.O.R.). The program is to provide science and engineering students an opportunity to conduct research with faculty and scientists at the Applied Research Laboratory/Penn State collaborative.This outreach program is available to 3rd – 5th-year undergraduates and graduate students in the physics, engineering, and materials science disciplines.  The 10-12 week research-focused internship program is open to achieving students from Penn State and from Historically Black Colleges and Universities, and Minority Serving Institutions with whom ARL has a research partnership.

Host Institution:

The Applied Research Laboratory (ARL) at Penn State University was established in 1945 at the request of the U.S. Navy. The ARL will support their nation’s priorities through excellence in research and commitment to mission. Its mission is an integral part of one of the leading research universities in the nation.The ARL provides solutions to problems in national security, economic competitiveness, and quality of life.

Eligibility:

  • Undergraduate students with junior or senior status and recent graduates in engineering or science at a U.S. college or university are eligible
  • Undergraduate applicants must have completed the sophomore or junior year. Graduate applicants must have had at least one year of research experience.

Instructions for Applying:

  • To apply, the applicants may download an eligibility form from the given link: https://www.arl.psu.edu/sites/default/files/Images/door_app.pdf
  • Orthe applicants may make a request for a copy of the eligibility form to Patricia Hayes ARL Open D.O.O.R. Coordinator Applied Research Laboratory P.O. Box 30 State College, PA 16804-0030 (814) 863-9940 Email: pgh1-at-arl.psu.edu

Supporting Documents:

Each applicant must supply all the following:

  • The recommendation of one faculty member, administrator, or advisor
  • An unofficial copy of your transcript
  • A copy of your most recent resume

Submitting Details:

The applicants must submit their completed eligibility form with all the required materials to the given address: Patricia Hayes ARL Open D.O.O.R. Coordinator Applied Research Laboratory P.O. Box 30
State College, PA 16804-0030 (814) 863-9940 Email: pgh1-at-arl.psu.edu

Award Description:

  • Participants receive a stipend for 40-hour work weeks. Additional allowances may apply.
  • Undergraduates earn $13–14 per hour.
  • Graduate students may earn up to $26.56 per hour.
  • Travel expenses, housing, and meals are also provided.

Detailed Information Link:

https://www.arl.psu.edu/content/door-summer-internships

Contact Information:

If you have any questions, contact at telephone: (814) 863-9940 or email: pgh1-at-arl.

Mobility International USA Research Internship for Disable Students

Award Amount: Intern will work with MIUSA staff

Number of Awards: Not known

Deadline: October 15, 2017, or until the position is filled

Winner Announcement: Not known

Brief Description:

Would you like to learn more about human rights, disability rights or women’s empowerment? Do you have an interest or experience in cross-cultural exchange and working with diverse populations? The Mobility International USA (MIUSA) is a dynamic, disability-led organization who is seeking an intern to contribute their research and communication skills to their team. MIUSA appreciates your interest in promoting equality and opportunity for persons with disabilities worldwide. People with disabilities, women, and minorities are encouraged to apply!

Host Institution:

Mobility International USA (MIUSA) is an equal opportunity organization. Founded in 1981, MIUSA is a disability-led non-profit organization headquartered in Eugene, Oregon, USA advancing disability rights and leadership globally. It is a cross-disability organization serving people with a broad range of disabilities.

Eligibility:

To eligible, the applicant must meet all the following criteria:

  • People with disabilities, women, and minorities, are encouraged to apply.
  • Preferred Qualifications:
  1. Excellent detail-oriented, organizational and prioritizing skillsAbility to multi-task in a fast-paced environment
  2. Ability to communicate effectively via e-mail, telephone, Skype, video relay, instant messaging and other media
  3. Computer experience and skills, including using software applications such as Microsoft Excel, Photoshop, Salesforce, InDesign
  4. Experience and skills developing and updating website content, and social media (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, etc.)
  5. Excellent interpersonal, communication and problem-solving skills
  6. English or ASL proficiency required
  7. Knowledge of one or more languages other than English a plus (especially Spanish, Vietnamese, Armenian)
  8. Experience or interest in disability issues, diversity, women’s rights, and/or human rights a plus
  9. Experience or interest in international cultural exchange a plus
  10. Experience in a non-profit, civic or governmental, educational, or international context a plus
  11. Professional or personal experience working with people with disabilities a plus

Instructions for Applying:

To apply for this internship, with the subject line: Research Internship Application, the applicants must email a cover letter and resume to Chloe Crawford, Intern and Volunteer Coordinator at ccrawford-at-miusa.org.

In your cover letter and/or resume, address the following questions:

  • What is your interest in working with Mobility International USA?
  • What strengths will you bring?
  • What is your experience with disability rights, international exchange and/or international development?

Note: Also, indicate your availability from October through December 2017, including how soon you are available, other commitments that may conflict with your MIUSA internship and number of hours per week you are available.

Position Description:

MIUSA internship positions are unpaid and interns are responsible for their own insurance, relocating, and living expenses. This is a three-month (approximate) internship at MIUSA’s office in downtown Eugene, Oregon USA. The intern will work with MIUSA staff to determine organizational needs and to assess the intern’s academic and professional goals. Interns must commit to ten hours per week. Projects may include:

  • Alumni outreach and networking. Support with an exciting project to help identify past MIUSA alumni through research using social media, communicating with active alumni, and other innovative methods. Managing and updating the alumni database and Facebook Alumni groups. The MIUSA alumni network encompasses over 2300 alumni from over 135 countries!
  • Media support. Assisting with implementation of a media strategies to promote MIUSA’s work, including drafting social media posts and press releases, highlighting alumni achievements and success stories, and disseminating information to media outlets.
  • Assisting with fundraising for future MIUSA programs.
  • Organizational Support. Assisting with office management tasks (Mail, computer tasks, file management).Specific projects related to intern goals.
  • Other timely tasks as assigned to achieve goals of the entire organization.

Detailed Information Link:

http://www.miusa.org/news/2017/fallinternships

 

IEDC Internship for Graduate and Undergraduate

Title: IEDC Internship

Salary Range: Not Known

Consideration Date: November 15

Brief Description:

The International Economic Development Council offers an extensive internship program for graduate and undergraduate students for summer, fall and spring semesters. The internships are organized into four different categories: economic development technical, public policy, member services, and communications/marketing. IEDC Summer internships are full-time positions and require a minimum commitment of ten weeks. Fall and spring internship positions can be either full or part-time, with a minimum of 20 hours per week.

Hosted By:

The International Economic Development Council (IEDC) is a non-profit membership organization serving economic developers. With more than 5,000 members, IEDC is the largest national and global organization of its kind.

Eligibility:

  • There are a limited number of paid positions for graduate students.
  • Recent graduates and doctoral students are considered as well.
  • Academic credit can be arranged and must be set up by the student.

How to Apply:

To apply, the applicants must submit the following information for the internship:

  • One-page cover letter stating interest and availability. (Clearly, state the internship you are applying for)
  • Detailed resume.
  • Brief writing sample, no longer than 6-pages. This can be an academic paper from a school project or other writing piece regarding relevant development issues. It is not required that the paper is related to economic development.
  • Recommendation letters and transcripts are optional.

Submitting Detail:

The applicants must submit the completed application package by email to intern-at-iedconline.org

Financial Assistantship:

There are a limited number of paid positions for graduate students.

More Information:

https://www.iedconline.org/web-pages/professional-development/internships/

Contact Information:

If you have questions, please email inquiries to intern-at-iedconline.org

University YMCA’s Fred S. Bailey Unpaid Internship Scholarship

Award Amount: $3,500

Number of Awards: Not known

Deadline: November 13 for spring and April 12 for summer

Winner Announcement: December for spring and may for summer

Brief Description:

The YMCA at the University of Illinois provides new and challenging opportunities that help to expand the vision, deepen the spirituality, and achieve a more meaningful integration of the array of ideas, knowledge, and skills gained from these experiences. Hence they are pleased to offer its Fred S. Bailey Unpaid Internship Scholarship to provide an opportunity for students to complement their academic preparation with direct practical experience. The program is available to students who are enrolled as an undergraduate student in good standing at the University of Illinois – Urbana Champaign campus during the current or previous academic semester.The program provides scholarship funding to students who accept unpaid internships with public service agencies and not for profit organizations.  Through the program, the University YMCA provides part-time unpaid internships and full-time unpaid internships.

Host Institution:

Since 1873 the University YMCA has sponsored programs, organizations, and activities dedicated to fostering ethical and principled leadership dedicated to building a better world, better human relations and better care for the Earth. The University Y develops campus and community leaders committed to social justice, environmental protection, interfaith cooperation and global engagement by fostering dialogue, reflection, and action.

Eligibility:

To eligible, the applicants must meet all the given application requirements:

  • The student must be enrolled as an undergraduate student in good standing at the University of Illinois – Urbana Champaign campus during the current or previous academic semester. Student need not be enrolled in classes at the time of the internship but must be working towards a degree at UIUC. Students who will have already graduated as of the start date of the internship are not eligible to apply.
  • Internships may be for credit or no credit, but all interns must have a faculty sponsor/supervisor. Students completing internships that are part of an academic program’s graduation requirements (community health practicum, social work internship, student teaching, etc) are not eligible to receive the Bailey Internship Scholarship.
  1. They highly encourage students in these programs to consider applying for the Bailey Undergraduate Scholarship, due February 7. For more information on the Bailey Undergraduate Scholarship program, click here: http://universityymca.org/bailey/scholarship_awards.html
  • Students must apply for funding for a specific internship. Students may only receive one unpaid internship scholarship during their tenure as a UIUC student.
  • Students will be asked to describe the learning objectives of the internships they are pursuing and how the internship is connected to his/her educational and career interests in activism or community development.
  • Preference will be given to unpaid internships in nonprofit or government offices. Students applying to intern at for profit businesses must demonstrate a direct relationship between the internship experience and future career goals in the non-profit or public sectors.
  • Students must demonstrate financial need.
  • Students who received a Bailey Scholarship may also apply for the unpaid internship scholarship. However, each student may only receive one internship award while enrolled as a University of Illinois undergraduate.

Instructions for Applying:

To apply, the applicants can submit an online application by creating an account through the given link: https://www.grantinterface.com/Home/Logon?urlkey=universityymca

Supporting Documents:

The applicants must meet all the program requirements as the following:

  • All recipients must have a faculty sponsor to oversee their internship. For more information on the role of the Faculty Sponsor, download the “Faculty Sponsor Information Sheet”.
  • All internship scholarships are contingent on an official offer of employment from the sponsoring organization.
  • The student must develop and submit a list of measurable learning objectives for the internship with the aid of their faculty sponsor. Learning objectives must be approved by the faculty sponsor, site sponsor, student, and the Bailey Scholarship Director. (Sample Learning Goals)
  • The student must submit a job description for approval to the Bailey Scholarship internship committee. The final job description must be approved by the faculty sponsor, site sponsor, and Bailey Scholarship Director.  Failure to obtain an approved internship job description will result in forfeiture of the unpaid internship scholarship award.
  • Site sponsor must sign and agree on a site memorandum of understanding with the University YMCA and provide intern evaluations as requested by the Bailey Scholarship Director. For more information on the role of the site sponsor, download the “Site Sponsor Information Sheet.”
  • The student must complete a one-month evaluation of the internship as well as an exit survey at the completion of the internship. Evaluation form and exit survey will be provided by the Bailey Scholarship program.
  • The student must provide a 2-3 page report at the completion of the internship on their progress towards meeting their learning objectives.

Award Description:

  • The University YMCA’s Fred S. Bailey Unpaid Internship Scholarship program provides $1000 scholarships for part-time unpaid internships and $2500 for full-time unpaid internships.
  • A part-time internship shall be defined as an internship that requires a minimum of 125 total work hours but less than 300 total work hours.
  • A full-time internship shall be defined as any internship requiring more than 300 total work hours.
  • The minimum length of both part-time and full-time internships to be funded is 8 weeks.
  • Awards are made directly to the student, not the organization sponsoring the internship.

Detailed Information Link:

http://universityymca.org/bailey/unpaid-internship-scholarship/

Contact Information:

To learn more about volunteer opportunities with the Bailey program, email bailey-at-universityymca.org or call (217) 337-1514.