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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
Non-Licensed Therapist Position
Change, Incorporated — Saint Louis, MO
Change, Inc. is St. Louis, MO's premier counseling practice, offering opportunities to counselors-in-training to complete their internships or portions thereof at out outpatient mental health facility.
Chapter Leader - REACT to FILM College Action Network
REACT to FILM — Portland, OR — Virtual
Do you like documentary film? Interested in social change? Fascinated by the film industry? Looking to inspire your peers and make a difference? The REACT to FILM College Action Network aims to expose, engage, and inspire young people around critical social issues. Launched in the fall of 2011, the College Action Network started out at about 10 colleges. Due to the overwhelmingly positive response, we currently have 27 chapters across the country, and are looking to expand to up to 50 chapters by the fall of 2012. College Action Network Chapter Leaders will be responsible for planning screening events featuring REACT to FILMs social issue based documentaries. Each event aims to draw a large crowd, and uses an important social issue based documentary as the means for getting students to be more engaged in the issues facing themselves and others worldwide. Screenings are followed by a guest speaker (often film director or producer) or a panel discussion. REACT to FILM frequently uses Livestream technology to connect multiple colleges in the network for interactive video Q&As. The Professional Level Skills Attained: ·Networking, outreach, and public relations ·Organizational strategies and tecniques ·Oral and written communication ·Event planning and logistics ·Social media, webinar, and live stream experience Applications for student chapter leaders will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Apply here: http://tinyurl.com/rtfleader
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.
FALL 2013 - Electrical Engineer (Part Time -OR- Full Time)
STAR CO — Longview, TX
The Electrical Engineer will be working with research and development in electronics, software, optics, LCDs, LEDs, and physics. This position will work with Software Programmers and Physicists to develop new industries and products. Opportunities for FALL 2013 ONLY (August 19 - December 20).
FALL 2013 - Software Programmer / App Developer (Part Time -OR- Full Time)
STAR CO — Longview, TX
The Software Programmer / App Developer position will be working with research and development in electronics, specifically with software. This position will work closely with Electrical Engineers to develop new industries and products. The position also requires the ability to create and develop new cellphone and computer applications. Opportunities for FALL 2013 ONLY (August 19 - December 20).
Farmers Insurance Radloff Agency — Mendota Heights, MN
Assist in the day to day marketing of an Insurance Agency, helping create brand awareness and improve client relations.
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.
Summer Marketing Intern
Populus Brands — Studio City, CA — Virtual
About Populus Reveilles former Head of Brand Development Chad Bennett has announced the launch of Populus Brands, an innovative brand-building company that will drive franchise growth, incremental revenue and consumer engagement for clients. The company will form strategic partnerships between content creators, sponsors, licensors, manufacturers, retailers and marketers to build lifestyle and entertainment brands derived from and driven by show content. For content creators, Populus Brands will actively build lifestyle brands, create strategic sponsorships and promotional partnerships and develop consumer products directly from TV, digital and entertainment properties. The company will also represent and work with advertisers, manufacturers, retailers and distributors to immerse them into those properties, allowing them to reach their consumers when they are most engaged. The ultimate goal is to strategically connect all parties directly to content. Read more about Populus Brands and founder/CEO Chad Bennett at www.populusbrands.com. About the Populus Internship Get ready to learn more than youve ever imagined about entertainment, branding and marketing! Populus Interns have the opportunity to learn the entertainment marketing world from its top integration consultants, while being intimately involved creatively with top staff and directly interfacing with clients. Duties will include industry research, client brand strategy and implementation, client scheduling, client and other status reports, cold calling, lead generation, as well as general clerical work. Populus Interns will walk away with knowledge and direct experience handling licensing, sponsorships, and the entire scope of integration packaging and all in the context of television and television production. Summer 2013: APPLY NOW! The Populus Internship Program is now accepting applications for Summer 2013 in Los Angeles, California. . This Internship is unpaid, and housing is not provided. Summer 2013 Interns are afforded a particularly special opportunity with Populus recent launch, as they will have an opportunity to learn and experience the launch of a company from the ground up and have the chance to work and collaborate directly and creatively with the CEO. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.