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NEWS FOR BEGINNERS — Fox Island, WA
Internship with News for Beginners. News for Beginners is an English learning website that aims to provide news to students who are just beginning to learn English. It is a news papers for learners. The news articles are easy to read and provide real, current information about world events from people who live in different countries. We are looking for one or two students (or graduates) who are interested in journalism and social issues in their country and surrounding area. The selected applicant will write short articles about the current events that are happening in their country. The applicant must be: Able to speak English at an intermediate or advance level Located in the country about which they are writing. Interested in journalism, studying journalism, political science or related topics Able to carefully follow instructions via email Able to get regular access to the internet The selected applicant will be required to: Communicate with the Director of News for Beginners on a regular basis Submit one article per week about an important event, topic or issue happening in their country Applicants must submit: A resume (CV) A picture A cover letter explaining his/her interests, future ambitions and a brief explanation of the issues his or her country is dealing with at the moment. Internships are initially unpaid. However, we will start paying writers who are consistent, work well with us and produce good articles. All resumes should be submitted to email@example.com
Graphic Designer internship position
Bizringer — Santa Ana, CA
AAANetsolution(aaanetsolution.com) is looking for an intern with an experience in graphic designer, Logo design, web design & more. This knowledge is essential for all applicants. Experience gained in the classroom and through personal application will be accepted. Present a presentation based upon what you have learned from the experience and provide recommendations to improve the web designs, and functionality. This internship starts immediately. Although it is unpaid, an academic credit can be arranged. The hours are flexible. This position also has a potential for growth.
Downtown Academy — Athens, GA
Downtown Academy seeks to provide an excellent and rigorous Christ-centered education that builds knowledge, character, and purpose. Building on the success and relationships of Downtown Ministries through the Downtown Falcons and other programs, Downtown Academy will launch in August 2013. As the first and only private, gospel-driven school for inner-city youth in Athens, we will begin with kindergarten and first grade classes, with the intent to expand by one grade each year.
Women in Community Sustainable Living Internship
Windward Education and Research Center — Wahkiacus, WA
"The restoration of vibrant, fierce communities of women across the globe would eradicate much of the worlds injustice almost overnight." --Christiane Pelmas, MSW, www.therewilding.com The foundation for resilient, equitable culture is laid when women create alliances with one another and form mutually supportive circles that protect the long-term welfare of the community, and that inspire and require integrity and character first in themselves, and then by their example in the other members of their community. The Windward Center's Women in Community Sustainability Living Internship is a 3 month, full immersion experience intended to develop the baseline of skills needed for young women to play a key role in creating and maintaining thriving, sustainable community. This internship will involve: 1.) The study of historical and modern examples of matrilocal cultures. 2.) On-going dialogue about the impact of patriarchal and consumer cultures on female sexuality and empowerment. 3.) The experience of daily living in a small, land-based community with ample opportunity for putting theory into practice. Participants will be exposed to conceptual frameworks, practical techniques, and living examples of ways to maintain ecologically sustainable community. As a part of the curriculum, interns will contribute to the daily life associated with sustainable living systems; such as watering plants, harvesting from the garden, and feeding animals. Creating sustainable culture is truly an inter-disciplinary task, requiring the integration of a variety of skills and backgrounds, interests and passions. So we encourage women from all academic background to apply. But more than academic interest, however, creating sustainable culture requires courage of heart, strength of spirit and a determination to create a better way of living. If this describes you, we look forward to hearing from you. Employer Description: The Windward Center is a village-scale sustainability research cooperative, dedicated to maintaining and developing the knowledge and skills needed to live well with the Earth and one another, managed by an intentional community of over 30 years in the making. To learn more visit www.windward.org Application Instructions: To apply, send an email to Windward@gorge.net with Ping! In the subject line, with responses to following questions: 1.) Why do you want to participate in the Women in Community Sustainable Living Internship? 2.) Describe some of your experiences living in community, or working towards creating a sustainable culture. 3.) Describe your academic background, personal interests, hobbies and passions. 4.) What do you consider your strengths and weaknesses, particularly as it relates to living and working collaboratively with others? Our internship programs run from March to November.
Political Internship (Republican)
Livonia Victory Center — Livonia, MI — Virtual
The Livonia Victory Center is dedicated to helping elect Republican candidates in the state of Michigan. We are also happy to serve as a gathering place for like-minded conservative activists. We are in the process of recruiting volunteers for the 2014 election. In-office internships will begin in June of 2014; virtual internships may begin before that. The internship program is intended to foster an educational and workplace readiness experience for students between the ages of 14 and 24 in the fields of political management, leadership, and communications.
Compass Health — Everett, WA
Compass Health is a community mental health agency based out of Everett, WA. We serve those individuals who suffer from mental illness. We are looking for interns who would like to make a difference in the lives of of mentally ill adults in our community.
Fashion Internship in Los Angeles
Co — Los Angeles, CA
Co is a Los Angeles-based womens luxury brand that is stocked globally by some of the worlds most exclusive retailers, including Barneys, Ikram, Browns, and Montaigne Market. The brands identity is deeply rooted in filmmaking and each collection is accompanied by a narrative short. Past films have launched on Style.com, screened in festivals, and screened at the FIAC art fair in Paris. These collaborations have included artist Konstantin Kakanias, Daft Punks Thomas Bangalter, and French actress Elodie Bouchez. Here is a link to our latest animated film, TEPENDRIS RISING: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bZ-jTauY6M As we are still a small, growing company, interns will have a very hands on experience with everything from brand building, to design, production, and administrative duties. If you are eager to gain experience in the fashion industry, this is the job for you. This is a non-paid internship. We do offer school credit and mileage reimbursement for errands. This will be a valuable experience to put on your resume. We are looking to fill the position immediately. This is a fast paced environment; please only apply if you are eager to learn and quick on your feet! A sense of urgency is a must. Interns can work anywhere from 1 to 5 days a week, depending on their schedule. A fashion background is not required. Please send resume, start date, and availability to firstname.lastname@example.org
Smithsonian Education Programs (Smithsonian Sleepovers) Intern
The Smithsonian Associates (TSA) — Washington, DC
ABOUT TSA The Smithsonian Associates (TSA) advances the Institutions mission to increase and diffuse knowledge through life-enriching educational and cultural experiences inspired by the Smithsonians research and collections for DC-region students, families, and adults, and for learning communities nationwide. INTERN DUTIES Intern will assist with all aspects of the Smithsonian Sleepovers program, including: - Research, budgets, logistical set-up, maintaining inventory, marketing, coordinating volunteers - Provide direct, hands-on support through the design and production of printed educational materials, and onsite support the night of the sleepovers. Some evening and weekend hours. - Opportunity to also provide assistance to other cultural and educational programs. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES By working closely with the Program Manager, the Intern will coordinate and manage all aspects of Smithsonian Sleepover program and gain experience in educational and cultural event production. Opportunities include: creative thinking, organizing and maintaining the budget, customer service, trouble-shooting/problem-solving, adapting to different situations, multi-tasking, researching, coordination at events, maintaining supplies, editing promotional materials, communication, organization and time management, event management. SEASON Summer (May - end of Aug) TIME COMMITMENT Hours flexible; 1 full semester SCHEDULE Mon - Fri, timing flexible COMPENSATION All TSA Internships are unpaid and housing is not provided. College credit may be granted, but must be coordinated in advance with the intern's university/college. TO APPLY Complete the online application at http://intern.si.edu/. Click on the link for the Smithsonian Online Academic Appointment System (SOLAA). Questions can be directed to the Intern Coordinator at TSAInternships@si.edu or 202.633.8641. APPLICATION DEADLINE Summer February 1 If you have any questions, please contact: Ms. Meg Smolinski Intern Coordinator 1100 Jefferson Drive SW - Suite 3077 PO Box 23293 Washington DC 20026-3293 TSAInternships@si.edu Phone: 202-633-8641 Fax: 202-633-8909 For more information about internships with The Smithsonian Associates go to: http://residentassociates.org/ticketing/internships/start.aspx
Smithsonian Summer Camp Intern
The Smithsonian Associates (TSA) — Washington, DC
ABOUT TSA The Smithsonian Associates (TSA) advances the Smithsonian Institutions mission to increase and diffuse knowledge through life-enriching educational and cultural experiences inspired by the Smithsonians research and collections for DC-region students, families, and adults, and for learning communities nationwide. INTERN DUTIES Provide much-needed support to the Summer Camp team by assisting with all aspects of the daily running of Summer Camp, including: Supervision of campers and orchestration of Youth Teacher Assistant program Upkeep of rosters and camper paperwork, communication with camp instructors and parents Supply organization and procurement Provide other assistance as needed PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES Experience in arts administration Creation of and execution of museum-based childrens programs The opportunity to create Smithsonian camps for upcoming summers Interaction with top-caliber camp instructors Volunteer management experience SEASON Summer (early June late August) TIME COMMITMENT 40 hrs/wk; 1 full summer SCHEDULE Monday - Friday, 10:00 am 5:00 pm prior to camp, 8:30 am 5:00 pm during summer camp, COMPENSATION All TSA Internships are unpaid and housing is not provided. College credit may be granted, but must be coordinated in advance with the intern's university/college. Qualified interns may also be selected to serve as After-Camp Managers and eligible for a bi-weekly stipend. Information about the After-Camp position will be provided during the applicants interview, if selected. TO APPLY Complete the online application at http://intern.si.edu/. Click on the link for the Smithsonian Online Academic Appointment System (SOLAA). Questions can be directed to the Intern Coordinator at TSAInternships@si.edu or 202.633.8641. APPLICATION DEADLINE Summer February 1 If you have any questions, please contact: Ms. Meg Smolinski Intern Coordinator 1100 Jefferson Drive SW - Suite 3077 PO Box 23293 Washington DC 20026-3293 TSAInternships@si.edu Phone: 202-633-8641 Fax: 202-633-8909 For more information about internships with The Smithsonian Associates go to: http://residentassociates.org/ticketing/internships/start.aspx
Quality Assurance Internship
Catholic Social Services of the Miami Valley — Dayton, OH
Dayton area non-profit organization is looking for a Quality Assurance Intern. This would be a good opportunity for anyone looking to enhance their resume and gain experience in Non-profit Administration or Human Services Management. It is geared toward making sure our programs are being completed with quality, assisting with accreditation, and compiling and analyzing statistical information