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National Service Intern - NV State Program Office
Corporation for National & Community Service — Reno, NV
The Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) is a federal agency that engages more than five million Americans in service through its Senior Corps, AmeriCorps, and MLK and 9-11 programs, scales evidence-based practices through the Social Innovation Fund, and leads President Obama's national call to service initiative, United We Serve. For more information, visit NationalService.gov. The internship is located in the Office of Field Liaison in the Nevada State Office located in Reno, Nevada. CNCS is unable to offer stipends, relocation or housing assistance. However, this internship offers opportunities to gain excellent practical work experience and skill development. Intern may be eligible to receive commuter benefits to use for public transportation to and from the internship site.
501c3 Non-profit coalition seeks motivated interns to help drive TeleMedicine initiatives
TeleMedia Strategy Group — Virtual
TeleMedia Strategy Group (www.telemediastrategy.com) is a different kind of consulting company. While we may serve six different "industries", we have a single specialty: Convergence. We believe that the disruption occurring across Telecommunications, Entertainment, Media, Gaming, Healthcare, and eCommerce as those industries converge is so profoundly game-changing that the emergence of entirely new forms of business is already underway. Are YOU Ready? If so, join us in shaping the future. We have been engaged by a national healthcare company to develop and launch an independent 501c3 non-profit coalition whose stated mission is to: Help progress the state-of-the-art of TeleMedicine and encourage its adoption by forming a coalition of healthcare providers, industry experts, and corporate sponsorship so as to share needs, knowledge, techniques, and technologies across the globe so as to do the most good for the most people no matter where they may be. Our current activities include launching a national organization, several regional chapters, and an on-line thought leadership portal (digital magazine) where the latest news, technologies, trends, and regulatory issues can be shared with our sponsors, members, industry experts, and government officials. Hence, internship opportunities abound - which could lead to paid employment in the future. So whether your interests lie in: 1) advanced biomedical advances, 2) cloud-based healthcare applications, 3) the transition from an institutional to home healthcare delivery model, 4) government financial and regulatory issues, 5) technical writing and journalism, 6) marketing and advertising (including social media), or 7) business management, you'll be given plenty of opportunities to explore, learn, and most importantly CONTRIBUTE to making the world a better place for thousands of patients across the nation and eventually internationally. Mentored by world-class thought leaders and industry experts (including a world-renowned data analytics professor from Oxford) you'll be given real responsibilities for developing a piece of the business. From industry research to actual TeleMedicine program implementations, the possible areas you could IMPACT are limited only by your own aspirations, experience, and determination. There is significant room for you to grow a career within the industry. TeleMedicine is only now beginning to hit its stride. In 2010, BCC Research predicted that the telemedicine market will be worth some $23 billion in 2015 compared to $9.8 billion in 2010. The company's analysts estimate that the market will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 18.6 percent over the next 5 years. As recently as December 2012, the US Government announced $400M in new funding for TeleMedicine networks to add to the $Billions already spent on improving Healthcare in general. Perhaps now's a good time to think about if this opportunity is really for you. Are YOU Ready?
PR and social media Intern for Pet & Veterinary PR Agency in Tampa!
Fetching Communications — Tampa, FL — Virtual
Join Fetching Communications as a college intern, earn credit and participate, with supervision and coaching from Fetching Communications group of seasoned professionals, in hands-on PR and social media projects for our clients. We exclusively represent pet product businesses and veterinary specialty practices, among other providers to the vet and pet industries. Fetching Communications is a cloud-based public relations and marketing agency -- all staff work from their own home offices, which must be set up with a smartphone, webcam, printer and copier in accordance with Fetchings home office requirements. Read more at www.fetchingcommunications.com. Note: Fetching Communications will provide the required documentation for the PR Intern to receive school credit. This is not a paid position.
Marketing to Government for Small Businesses
Federal Vesting Government Consultants — Orlando, FL
Federal Vesting Government Consultants was established to fill that void and provide training, consultation, and complete back-office contract management to owners who would like to grow their business by adding federal, state, and local government agencies to their customer base. Federal Vesting Government Consultants is comprised of experienced individuals who are ready to show you how to start winning government contracts on your own or take over as your government contract outsource provider. Either way, we make getting government business, business as usual. The role of the Intern will be to communicate with Small business owners, CEO's, VP's, CFO's, and explain to them the advantages of doing business with the Government (federal, state, local, higher ed, and K thru 12). The Intern's goal is to educate the consumer on doing business with the Government. The intern will work remotely, and will be compensated a commisssion for any Client that signs for our services. Training can be done in a few hours. We teach the Intern everything they need to know to be successful.
Public Policy & Government Relations Internship
Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce — Vienna, VA
The Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce has an immediate opening for an intern in its Government Affairs department. This internship provides an opportunity to experience the Northern Virginia business community's involvement with advocacy and gain familiarity with the Chambers legislative agenda including energy, education health care tax and revenue, local government and commerce. This position offers exposure to the Northern Virginia business community, various employers in the county, flexible hours, complimentary networking events, free parking, convenient Tysons location, a collegial atmosphere and a business casual dress code. To learn more about the Chamber, visit our website at www.fairfaxchamber.org This is an unpaid position which begins immediately and will continue through December. Potential for extension beyond that point with the agreement of both parties. To apply please email a cover letter and résumé to email@example.com No phone calls, please.
Government Affairs Assistant
National Taxpayers Union — Alexandria, VA
NTU offers a strong internship program for college students and recent graduates to learn more about limited government and free-market principles. Specifically, interns receive hands-on experience working to help achieve and implement tax reform and decrease wasteful spending. Located in the Washington DC Metro Area (King St Metro) it's an ideal learning environment for those interested in politics, lobbying and the non-profit world.
Government Relations Intern
just consulting — Alexandria, VA
just CONSULTING is an exciting small government and international relations firm located in beautiful downtown Alexandria. At just consulting, you will get the experience of a lifetime working directly with and for the CEO -- a Nobel Peace Prize Nominee who also Chairs a well-known non-profit -- on special collaborative projects and research for our clients. Daily tasks include but are not limited to the following: research, review, meetings with various government/elected officials, hearings and events on Capitol Hill, events with various Embassies, social media tasks (Facebook, Twitter, etc), press releases, writing projects, etc. Since we are a small firm, the level of work you get to experience is far from the internship duties you'd be assigned elsewhere. Please email your resume, cover letter and two writing samples to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that this internships is UNPAID. just CONSULTING is an equal opportunity employer; women and people of diverse ethnic and religious backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Business Development Research Analyst Internship
OST Global Solutions, Inc. — Rockville, MD
OST Global Solutions is a fast-growing multimillion-dollar small business helping our clients grow by winning U.S. Government contracts. We provide capture and proposal consulting and training, business development (BD) services to identify federal opportunities, and BD process improvement support. Our client list includes four out of the top five government contractors, as well as numerous large, mid-tier, and small businesses. OST Global Solutions is considered a thought leader in business development worldwide. Why intern for OST Global Solutions? - Gain professional knowledge in business development that can increase your immediate learning potential - Obtain skills that can dramatically increase your lifetime income by six figures or more, learning the most stable, transportable, and lucrative profession that pays as much as the legal field - Work directly with our entire executive team - Get the inside scoop of how companies grow organically with the largest customer in the world, the U.S. Government - Gain exposure to the inner workings of an aggressively growing small business - Gain exposure to our Fortune 500 clients - Know that your internship has an immediate impact on our nations daily life and global safety and security through the U.S. Government projects we plan - Attend OST training courses built around the latest best practices in business development, that would otherwise cost you thousands of dollars, for free - Gain an insight into capture, and proposal management professions - Learn how to organize, systemize, and streamline operations in a services business - Build your resume with quantifiable results to gain a competitive edge in the current economic environment While our internships are unpaid, we estimate that the educational value through our staffs time spent training you, our training courses, fees we pay for your attendance at events, resume makeover, and other perks, are well worth over $26,500 per semester! The non-monetary benefits are exponential. Internships require 20 hours a week for 6 months for those who is still fulltime in school or 30-40 hours a week for those studying online or graduates. (This can be adjusted to meet specific hour requirements for academic purposes.) Internships are currently available for our programs. Your internship will be based on your career goals and on the needs of the organization. We will train you and give you all the tools you need to be successful. Some of the work may be completed virtually, so you dont have to plan to work all the time onsite. Because most of our work is done with the U.S. Government, U.S. Citizenship or Permanent Residency is required.
1105 Media, Inc. — Vienna, VA
Corporate Profile: 1105 MEDIA, INC. is a leading provider of integrated business-to-business information and media. The markets we serve include Government, Education, Network & Enterprise Computing, Business Intelligence, Office Equipment, Industrial Health & Safety, Compliance, Security, Environmental Protection, Water & Wastewater, and Home Medical Equipment. Our products focus on technology, products, policy, regulation, and news delivered through an assortment of media including print and online magazines, journals, and newsletters; seminars, conferences, executive summits, and trade shows; training and courseware; and web-based services. 1105 Media is based in Chatsworth, CA, with offices throughout the United States and more than 300 employees. The company was formed in April 2006 by Nautic Partners LLC, Alta Communications, and President/CEO Neal Vitale.
Public policy research internships
Progressive Public Affairs — Chicago, IL — Virtual
Do you like research? Do you like state and local government? Do you like a global perspective? Do you think the world should be more progressive? This could be the internship for you. Progressive Public Affairs is looking for a few good interns who like to work independently researching the ways local and state governments around the world implement better public policies that increase the standard of living for their residents, so that we can bring these excellent public policies to other local and state governments, primarily in the US. How do other governments invest their pension funds to provide access to capital for homeowners, students and small business instead of just giving them to the biggest banks? How do other governments pay the energy bills of low-income residents, potentially by installing energy-efficient homes through public ownership? How do other governments handle low-level civil and criminal matters, like evictions, divorce and traffic ticket disputes, to make sure people get what they need quickly, without a big hit to their credit score and without spending so much money on judges, lawyers, clerks and bailiffs? How do other state and local governments handle student loans to provide affordable education to their residents? Do any of them cover the cost of student loans if residents will live in their communities? How do other state and local governments get public transportation built so quickly and so cheaply? How do they pay for their public transportation systems and why are some of them so great? Interns can work from anywhere in the world and will check in once a week via Skype or Google Chat with their supervisor in Chicago (if they live near Chicago, they can check in in-person). They will be work with the supervisor up front on a scope of work and then get the work done on their own time over the week. Their name will be associated with the project so they can use it for their resume as well. Please answer three questions: 1. What time commitment are you looking to devote to this internship? 2. What specific thing do you want to get out of this internship? 3. What changes in federal / state / local law or budgets do you want to see? Thanks, Dan