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Artists Rights Movement — Chevy Chase, MD
The Artists Rights Movement (ARM) is building a national network. We are looking for activists to start ARM chapters at their schools or in their towns. This is a great opportunity to get hands on work experience in art, politics, law, media, and government. Students don't sit around making coffee with ARM, they get real stuff to do. ARM Activists will also have the opportunity to work with some great artists and activists. The Artists' Rights Movement (ARM) is for everyone. Our mission is to strengthen laws that protect artists, improve working conditions for artists, increase funding for the arts and protect free speech. ARM on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/group.p hp?gid=132924766780&ref=mf
Criminal Law Internship Program
Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia — Washington, DC
The Criminal Law Internship Program (CLIP) is a fast paced, hands-on investigative internship program for undergraduate and graduate students. Intern Investigators spend at least 12 weeks at one of the most prestigious public defender offices in the nation. Our interns dont just sit in the office all day copying files. Partnered together, they work directly with staff attorneys to complete various investigative tasks and zealously advocate for their clients.
Artists Rights Movement — Washington, DC
The Artists Rights Movement (ARM) is building a national network. We are looking for activists to start ARM chapters at their schools. This is a great opportunity to get hands on work experience in art, politics, law, media, and government. Students don't sit around making coffee with ARM, they get real stuff to do. ARM Activists will also have the opportunity to work with some great artists and activists. The Artists' Rights Movement (ARM) is for everyone. Our mission is to strengthen laws that protect artists, improve working conditions for artists, and increase government funding for the arts. ARM on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/group.p hp?gid=132924766780&ref=mf
Bright Horizon Early Learning Center — Washington, DC
Children to care for age range from 4 months to 4 years Working hours 8:00 am to 3:00 pm OR 9:00 am to 4:00 pm You needs to be confident in your skills and experience and is required to follow a schedule while teaching and loving the children. Job Duties: 1. Supervise, watch, clean, change diapers, feed, play, dance and read with the children. 2. Teach the kids basic preschool skills and work with Infants and children. 3. Help Prepare kids meals and bottles, and clean and wash kids plates, cups, and items used to prepare childcare food and snacks. 4. Daily clean and organize areas used for childcare indoors and outdoors. 5. Play games, do arts and crafts and activities with the children. 6. Plan, Prepare and implement monthly and daily preschool schedules and activities with the help of the provider.
Graphic Artist (Website)/ Intern
AMD LAW Group — Washington, DC — Virtual
U.S. International Trade Commission — Washington, DC
The U.S. International Trade commission (USITC) is an independent, quasi-judicial Federal agency with broad investigative responsibilities on matters of trade. The agency investigates the effects of dumped and subsidized imports on domestic industries and conducts global safeguard investigations. The Commission also adjudicates cases involving imports that allegedly infringe intellectual property rights. The Office of Inspector General (OIG) is responsible for agency oversight, the investigation and prevention of fraud, waste, and abuse, and the promotion of effectiveness, efficiency, and integrity of the USITC.
Program Review Intern
District Government - Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs, Office of Vacant Property — Washington, DC
The Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) has exclusive authority to identify, register and classify vacant buildings. DCRA regularly monitors the District's more than 185,000 properties and investigates complaints from residents and referrals from other agencies and organizations. The Office of Vacant Property under the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs is seeking a program review intern who will be able to document and write thoroughly, communicate with staff, and prepare a standard operating procedures manual. The candidate will be under the direct supervision with the Office of Vacant Property Program Manager.
Human Resources Asssitant
Bio Cybertronics Inc — Alexandria, VA
The Human Resources assistant assists with the administration of the day-to-day operations of the human resources functions and duties. The HR assistant carries out responsibilities in some or all of the following functional areas: departmental development, employee relations, training and development, benefits, compensation, organization development, executive administration, and employment.
Operations and Human Resources Internship
Global Rights — Washington, DC
GLOBAL RIGHTS is a human rights capacity building organization which partners with local activists to challenge injustice and amplify new voices within the global discourse. With offices in countries around the world, we help local activists create just societies through proven strategies for effecting change. Global Rights seeks an unpaid Human Resources intern. This is an excellent opportunity to gain valuable work experience for a career in human resources. This is an internship that requires at least 20 hours per week and up to 40 hours.
Health Law/Health Policy Intern
Genetic Alliance — Washington, DC
The Internship Program at Genetic Alliance has been in place since 1997. Interns make a significant contribution to Alliance projects, address critical policy issues, and explore opportunities for both career and personal development. All interns make meaningful contributions to Genetic Alliance projects and programs while providing an invaluable level of program and administrative support for the organization. We provide internship opportunities of varying duration, from semester- to year-long, in the areas of biomedical research, genetic counseling, bioethics, health policy, education, consumer advocacy, nonprofit management, electronic communication, and information systems. We attract individuals who are motivated, thoughtful, creative, and detail-oriented. Individuals in various stages of their academic and professional careers are encouraged to apply. For more information, please visit our website at www.geneticalliance.org/internships.