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    02-06-14 Summer Health & Nutrition Intern

    The Health & Nutrition Global initiative team of Save the Children in Washington, DC seeks a graduate-level student for a summer internship. the intern will work under the supervision of the Program Officer with oversight from the Senior Specialist for Knowledge Management and Senior Director. The Intern will focus on M&E activities, documentation, proposal development and administrative, logistical, and program support as needed.

    Responsibilities: Assist Team with M&E activities, including Country Annual Planning review process. Assist with proposal development and program support. Work with Senior Specialist of Knowledge Management to improve knowledge management within the team and across Health Nutrition.

    Requirements: Current masters candidate or recent graduate of graduate program in public health or related field. Demonstrated interest in public health and humanitarian assistance. Strong written and oral communication skills. Detail-oriented and good interpersonal skills. Familiarity with Word, Excel and PowerPoint, experience with data analysis desirable, experience with Share Point desirable. Must be eligible to work in the U.S. Must be enrolled in a relevant graduate or post-graduate academic program. Must be able to receive credit from their college or institution (This is only needed when an internship is offered.) Please attach resume and cover letter to your application.

    Classification: Unpaid Intern Part-time: 25-35 hours/week. Dates: June 2-August 8, 2014 (or longer). Save the Children does NOT provide housing or transportation.

    Save the Children Diversity Intern Scholarship: Save the Children Diversity Intern Scholarship provides funding for a few talented college students of diverse backgrounds who would otherwise not be able to participate in an unpaid internship experience. Selected candidates will receive a $1,200 monthly stipend.

    To Apply: Please visit www.westvirginiajobnetwork.com and search for this position.

     

    02-06-14 Summer New Business Development Intern

    New Business Development (NBD), a department within Save the Children's International Programs, provides quality control, strategic guidance, and support for the development of new, large-scale programs.  NBD facilitates the identification, selection, and response to priority initiatives in coordination with Save the Children's country offices around the world and Save the Children's technical teams - Health and Nutrition; HIV/AIDS and Child Protection; Hunger and Livelihoods; Education and Child Development; and Humanitarian Response. In addition, NBD provides resources, tools, and training to support program development, particularly in response to call for proposals from the United States Government.

    Responsibilities: The Intern will support NBD knowledge management included but not limited to researching best practices for sharing information across the agency, creating user-friendly databases and libraries of proposal documents, and supporting our e-Learning initiatives.

    Requirements: Demonstrated interest in international development. Strong research and analytical skills. Good communication and writing skills. Computer literacy, especially with MS Word and Excel. Strong organizational skills and attention to detail. Ability to work independently and as a team member. Good time-management skills. Must be eligible to work in the U.s. Must be enrolled in a relevant undergraduate, graduate, or post-graduate academic program. Must be able to receive credit from their college or institution. (This is only needed when an internship is offered.) Please attach resume and cover letter to your application.

    Classification: Unpaid Intern part-time: 21 hours/week. Dates: June 2-August 8, 2014. Save the Children does NOT provide housing or transportation.

    Save the Children Diversity Intern Scholarship: Save the Children Diversity Intern Scholarship provides funding for a few talented college students of diverse backgrounds who would otherwise not be able to participate in an unpaid internship experience. Selected candidates will receive a $1,200 monthly stipend.

    To Apply: Please visit www.westvirginiajobnetwork.com and search for this position.

     

    02-05-14 Historic Preservation Internships

    The National Park Service (NPS), in partnership with the National Council for Preservation Education (NCPE), offers paid internships in Federal cultural resource program offices and in National Parks, to graduate and undergraduate senior students in academic programs in historic preservation and allied fields such as history, archeology, architecture, and museum studies. Positions will be available this summer at the National Park Service and the Department of the Interior on Washington, DC and across the country.

    To view available positions and for applications and instructions for applying, please visit www.nps.gov/tps/education/internships.htm and www.preservenet.cornell.edu/employ/ncpe.php.

    Application deadline is February 28, 2014.

     

    01-30-14 College Interns Wanted at Smart College Visit

    College Interns are wanted at Smart College Visit for social media and marketing communications related work for Spring semester. This is an unpaid, virtual internship for the Spring semester. For more information and to apply, please visit www.SmartCollegeVisit.com.

     

    01-30-17 Cleveland Clinic Center for Reproductive Medicine 2014 Summer Internship

    The Summer Internship in the Center for Reproductive Medicine delivers a unique, intensive bench research experience that will give you a lifelong foundation of skills - and look great on your resume! As a Summer Intern, you will select a research project to work on from a list of several bench experiments in reproductive biology. Sample projects from recent years have included: Validation of five major proteins in immature and mature human sperm by Western blot, Oxidative stress and alterations in major sperm proteins in infertile men - a proteomic approach, A controlled trial to access the efficacy of freezing protocols in preserving sperm function and DNA integrity in normozoospermic and oligozoospermic samples, Evaluation of the effect of silicone vaginal lubricant on sperm function, and many more.

    You will work on research alongside a team of other Summer Interns under the direction of a reproductive biologist. At the end of the program, you will prepare and deliver a presentation on your research project to your fellow interns and medical staff.

    Never worked in a laboratory before? Our staff will teach you everything you need to know to have a successful research experience will give you a competitive edge whether you are planning to apply to medical school, pursue a career in research, or just want to excel in your college science labs.

    APPLY NOW! A limited number of internship positions are available. A total of 19 interns were selected from a pool of 400 applicants for the 2013 Summer Internship. Only the most qualified applicants will be considered. International candidates are welcome to apply. For more information on applying for the 2014 Internship, please visit http://www.clevelandclinic.org/reproductiveresearchcenter/info/traininfo_int4.html. Application Deadline is March 1, 2014.

     

    01-17-14 Cyber Student Volunteer Initiative

    The DHS 2014 Secretary's Honors Program (SHP) Cyber Student Volunteer Initiative is an opportunity for college students to gain valuable hands-on experience by working directly with DHS cybersecurity professionals on a variety of tasks in sites and within components nationwide. The announcement is specifically designed for students attending 2-year and 4-year colleges to universities for volunteer opportunities with DHS. Students from both 2-year and 4-year institutions will be selected.

    For details, and to apply, see http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/356670600. Questions should be directed to the point of contact on the announcement and no the FEB office.

     

    01-17-14 Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs

    Unpaid Student Internships for Current Semester through and including Summer 2014. OFCCP Internships are located in the Mid-Atlantic Philadelphia Regional and District Offices.

    Responsibilities: A United States Department of Labor OFCCP Internship is designed to provide advanced students with occupational experience related to their academic course study in the area of public service. Interns will gain direct insight of federal, state and local government interaction as a part of OFCCP Mid-Atlantic Regional Office in the historical district of Philadelphia. This is an un-paid internship.

    Interns will directly participate in a variety of activities to support individual programs. Projects and activities may include, but are not limited to: participating in high-level interagency meetings; coordinating meetings with external stakeholders; communicating with governmental agencies at local, state and federal duties as needed.

    OFCCP is currently accepting applications for select intern positions. Invited Interns must be able to commit a minimum of 10-15 hours per week. As a volunteer/non-paid positions, interns must consent to abide by the program agreement. Eligibility: At least a part-time student in good standing at an accredited post-secondary learning institution. Currently pursuing a bachelor's, masters or law degree. Bachelor's degree candidates should be in their junior or senior year. A student in a field of study that includes: public administration, business administration, communications, public policy, public relations and marketing, journalism, law, literature, English or IT. Area high school students having completed their junior year are eligible for summer unpaid internships as well. All application instructions in this document apply for high school applicants.

    To Apply: Submit your resume and cover letter via email to Mr. Vincent Whipple at whipple.vincent@dol.gov. Please write "OFCCP Intern" in the subject of the email submission. For more information about OFCCP, please visit www.dol.gov/ofccp. Application Open/Closing date are from now through March 31, 2014. Rolling starting dates are now through September 2014.

     

    12-20-13 US Department of Labor - Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs

    A United States Department of Labor OFCCP Internship is designed to provide advanced students with occupational experience related to their academic course study in the area of public service. Interns will gain direct insight of federal, state and local government interaction as a part of the OFCCP Mid-Atlantic Regional Office in the historic district of Philadelphia. This is an un-paid internship.

    Interns will directly participate in a variety of activities to support individual programs. Projects and activities may include, but are not limited to: participating in high-level interagency meetings; coordinating meetings with external stakeholders; communicating with governmental agencies at local, state and federal levels; creating and updating databases; planning educational outreach cultural forums; and administrative duties as needed.

    OFCCP is currently accepting applications for select Intern positions. invited Interns must be able to commit a minimum of 10-15 hours per week. As a volunteer/non-paid position, interns must consent to abide by the program agreement. Eligibility: At least a part-time student in good standing at an accredited post-secondary learning institution; currently pursuing a bachelor's, master's or law degree; bachelor's degree candidates should in in their junior or senior year; a student in a field of study that includes public administration, business administration, communications, public policy, public relations and marketing, journalism, law, literature, English or IT. Area high school students having completed their junior year are eligible for summer unpaid internships as well. All application instructions in this document apply for high school applicants as well.

    In your cover letter, explain why you are interested in becoming an intern with OFCCP and describe a specific situation that drew on your decision making, planning, and organizing skills. Please share the outcome or result of this situation. Submit your resume and cover letter via email to Mr. Vincent Whipple at whipple.vincent@dol.gov. Please write "OFCCP Intern" in the subject of the email submission. For more information about OFCCP, please visit www.dol.gov/ofccp.

     

    11-21-13 Property Management Internship

    This summer bring your great marketing skills, commitment to customer service and enthusiasm to the Buzzuto Management Company! The Property Management Intern is responsible for generating interest in properties through effective marketing and outreach activities; touring apartment communities with clients highlighting the features and benefits of living at a Bozzuto Managed Property; developing creative marketing strategies to generate qualified traffic; providing customer service to residents, clients and vendors; carrying out key administrative support to property managers and the site team; contributing to various marketing and sales reports; helping with Social Media initiatives; marketing the property through various channels (facebook, twitter...); analyze operations, marketing initiatives and financial objectives and present findings in a report that will be presented to leadership at Bozzuto Management Company.

    Required Experience: Top notch academic and work experience; commitment to customer service; ability to travel to various properties; ability to work on weekends regularly (2 or 3 weekends per month); always enjoy 2 days off during the week) to meet the needs of prospects as well as current residents.

    Location of internship is Greenbelt, MD. For more information or to apply, please visit www.westvirginiajobnetwork.com and look for tracking number 217944-984.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     



     

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