For more information please visit: http://application.blueengine.org/
Posted by mariahetz on December 2, 2013
The campus intern program is designed to:
- improve discovery, training, and oversight
- improve depth and consistency of tactical marketing deployment, wellness and sustainability efforts
- leverage the learning experience with internal and external clients
- support the UAlbany educational mission
Application acceptance: Dec 1 2013-Jan 6 2014
Selection dates: Jan 7-Jan 10 2014
Start date: Mon, Jan 27 2014
- Marketing: support strategy, implement tactics, and track achievement of 3 main pillars: increasing profitable sales growth year-over-year, increasing customer satisfaction, and ensure client retention. Interns will focus and assist most critically with creation and implementation of all communication collateral, print, web, and social media.
- Sustainability: develop and promote on-campus sustainability platform. Interns will learn how to collect, evaluate, and accurately report data, as well as collaborate with campus-stakeholders in identifying results-oriented projects for execution.
- Wellness: will work with the on-site Registered Dietician to support the overall campus Wellness Plan. Includes participation in supporting wellness programming, health fairs, etc., recipe and menu evaluation and audit; and research/development of wellness-specific marketing content.
Time expectations: minimum average of 10 hours per week, with a maximum total of 20 hours per week.
Students assigned a mentor. The program will be overlooked at by Stephanie DiBacco.
Posted by rgleyberman on November 25, 2013
A very exciting and in-depth internship program here in the Senator’s Albany office. Students will get to work on local and national issues important to the Senator, learn how federal issues impact the region, field constituent questions, interact with our offices around NY State and in Washington DC, assist in planning and attend local visits of the Senator, and help operate a robust and active office. The program is intended to provide knowledge, skills, and experiences that an intern will readily apply to future challenges and professional pursuits.
Applications due ASAP. Please submit the application form at http://www.schumer.senate.gov/For%20Students/Internship%20Application.pdf, your resume, a cover letter indicating your weekly availability. Also include a 3-5 pg writing sample to the attention of:
US Senator Charles E. Schumer
Leo O’Brien Federal Building, Room #420
Albany, NY 12207
Albany (518) 431-4070
Applications can also be faxed to (518) 431-4076 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more info please visit website http://www.schumer.senate.gov/
Posted by rgleyberman on November 18, 2013
The Thomas Cole National Historic Site will select one to two interns for the spring season. Internships run three plus months, from February-May.
Designed for exceptional graduating or recently graduated college seniors, Cole Fellows are afforded an opportunity to conduct significant research and to gain professional museum experience through a combination of research, interpretation, and hands-on projects.
Selected candidates will have the opportunity to:
- Conduct in-depth research that leads to a major project or paper based on her/his work over the season.
- Lead tours of the historic site and have fullengagement in interpretive programming.
- Take part in career development opportunities including resume review and next step planning for each intern based on their individual interests and career goals.
Interns at the Cole House will work closely with staff on various projects, which may include exhibitions and research, planning and design, special events, interpretive program research and development, volunteer coordination and visitor services. This is an excellent opportunity to gain experience in all areas of museum operations. Academic credit may be arranged for students who complete a minimum number of hours per week, as determined by their college or other academic institution.
Internships are unpaid, though many candidates arrange credit through their respective school. A minimum of 16 hours a week is asked to be committed, and the internship can be extended to six months instead of three.
Qualifications: Undergraduate and recent graduates are eligible for these positions. Students who have expressed a commitment to careers in a history or art museum, exhibition and collection management, and/or museum education. A background, passion for, or study of history, art history, material culture, decorative arts, museum studies, and/or museum education are ideal. Applicants should have strong organizational abilities, an affinity for public speaking, and computer skills, including Microsoft scanning and image software.
To Apply: Please submit a cover letter describing your interests and goals along with a complete resume to:
Melissa, Thomas Cole National Historic Site
PO Box 426
Catskill, New York, 12414
For more information about our internship program: please email above or feel free to call at (518) 943-7465 ext. 5.
For general information, please visit http://www.thomascole.org.
Posted by rgleyberman on November 14, 2013
Interested in the Sciences? Need some Research Experience? We’ve got the perfect opportunity for you!
We would like to invite you to apply to The CLIMB UP (Undergraduate Program) for Summer Research at the University at Buffalo for Summer 2014
What Is CLIMB UP?
The CLIMB (Collaborative Learning and Integrated Mentoring in the Biosciences) Program at UB has created CLIMB UP for Summer Research, an outstanding summer research experience for undergraduate students to excel in biomedical, STEM, and health science research and explore career opportunities. Now entering its 6th summer, the overall goal is to introduce you to research opportunities, to facilitate understanding of recent advances in the STEM disciplines, and to mentor you towards graduate and professional careers. As a CLIMB UP Fellow, you will be guided through novel and exciting research projects and mentored by faculty, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows through the summer and beyond. You will spend 10 weeks (May 27-August 2, 2014) in the laboratory of your research mentor, whom you will be paired with based on your interests. We will train you in various areas necessary to safely and efficiently perform your research and related activities.
What Areas of Research Does CLIMB UP Offer?
The CLIMB UP for Summer Research offers many diverse research opportunities in the STEM disciplines. Faculty are associated with a wide range of UB programs, encompassing virtually all aspects of scientific research.
Based on your interests and career goals, you can apply to work with mentors who fall under 3 categories:
Each of the links below contains detailed information on recent mentors in each group.
- ASPET-SURF mentors do research in the Departments of Pharmacology and Toxicology and Pharmaceutical Sciences. If you’re interested in those fields, this is a great place to learn more.
- CLIMB PRO mentors are located in the School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. Most are MDs working in clinical settings. If you’re pre-med, or looking towards a career in medicine and/or research, we recommend you check out CLIMB PRO!
- iSEED mentors work in a wide variety of scientific disciplines at 7 different UB schools, including School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Dental Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Public Health and Health Professions, Engineering and Applied Sciences, and College of Arts and Sciences. If you’re interested in any of those fields, we highly recommend checking out iSEED.
Undecided!?! No problem! On your application, please let us know which mentors and/or areas of science are most interesting to you, and upon acceptance, we will work with you to select the best mentor for you.
What’s On the Agenda?
As a CLIMB UP Fellow, you will:
v Complete individualized lab rotations
v Learn and apply laboratory skills (1-week course)
v Gain exposure to a wide variety of STEM disciplines
v Discover graduate and professional school possibilities at UB
v Tour the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus
v Present your research in a formal symposium setting
v Enjoy all that Summer in the Buffalo Niagara region offers
v Build lasting relationships with mentors and fellow students
Who Is Eligible for CLIMB UP?
CLIMB UP trains highly qualified undergraduate students interested in scientific research. Students receive a living stipend through SURF, CLIMB PRO, or iSEED (and other sources if available), and housing is provided for students who live outside of Western New York. Students enrolled in the program are entering their sophomore, junior, or senior years in undergraduate programs in colleges and universities nationwide. Students must be US citizens or Permanent Residents to be eligible for funding. Students from all backgrounds and with divergent needs are encouraged to apply, and will find opportunities through CLIMB UP that allow them to thrive and succeed.
How Do I Apply?
Applicants for The CLIMB UP for Summer Research are required to submit:
- ONLINE APPLICATION FORM (click here!)
- Personal statement describing interest in research and career goals (in online application, or you may also email this part to email@example.com)
- Please forward a copy of your most recent CV or resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Two (2) letters of recommendation from people who know you well (professor, advisor, supervisor, etc) should be e-mailed directly to the program at email@example.com. We strongly recommend that at least one of your letters be from someone who can comment specifically about your experience in research.
Please ask your referees to include in the subject line: your last name followed by a colon, and the words “CLIMB UP rec” (example, Smith:CLIMB UP rec)
- Please forward us a copy of your latest academic transcript, preferably by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org; unofficial copies are encouraged. Upon your acceptance into the program, we would request that you have your official transcript sent to us directly from your college or university.
If you have specific questions, please feel free to contact us!
For further information, please visit us online OR- “Like” CLIMB UP on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/CLIMBUPatUB
Posted by mariahetz on November 7, 2013
CRCC Asia Scholarships – 2013/2014
Are you interested in gaining international work experience and building your post-graduation job prospects? Consider doing an internship in China! During the month of November, CRCC Asia is running its annual Scholarship Program and we are giving away 15 scholarships, totalling more than $30,000 for students who wish to take part in our programs in 2014. The application is open until November 22nd 2013 and applicants will be judged on the strength of their application and phone interview, with a final decision made in the first week of December 2013.
CRCC Asia’s China Internship Program provides one, two, or three month internships in Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, and Sanya. Fluent English is the only language requirement and there is a program start date each month of the year.
We work with over 400 top companies in China to offer a wide range of placements across various industries including finance, law, marketing/PR, engineering, accounting, pharmaceuticals, NGO’s and many others. All accommodation and visa processing is included in the program, as well as a schedule of social and business events.
We have over 3500 alumni from more than 150 countries worldwide, who have all benefited from the CRCC Asia China Internship Program.
To read about our programs, please visit http://www.crccasia.com and to apply for one of our scholarships, please go to crccasia.com/scholarship/ and click on the Application Form on the left of the page
Posted by rgleyberman on November 7, 2013
Sentinel Solutions, a boutique wealth advisory firm, will be holding a career
information session at their Manhattan office, on November 27th at 5:00 pm for
graduating seniors. The right candidates for positions with the firm are those with
strong personalities and a great work ethic. Sentinel is looking to bring on 3 to 5
graduates to train on financial analysis tools, marketing techniques, and
comprehensive financial planning.
Please RSVP by November 15th by sending your
William H Horan IV
Associate Director of Career Development
Posted by rgleyberman on November 6, 2013
You and your students and colleagues may be interested in attending the Social Entrepreneurship Institute on Friday, December 6, 2013, at the Shubert Theater in New Haven, Connecticut. Presented by Unite For Sight, the Social Entrepreneurship Institute provides mentoring, guidance, and successful strategies for participants to apply to their work in global health, social entrepreneurship, and international development. In addition to unique interactive sessions by leaders in global health and social entrepreneurship, the Institute also includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner networking receptions with the speakers.
We would appreciate it if you could also please forward this message to your students and colleagues who may be interested in attending. The Institute is expected to become filled to capacity soon. Thank you!
The confirmed Social Entrepreneurship Institute speakers are:
◦”Rethinking Social Entrepreneurism: Moving from Bland Rhetoric to Impact,” Ned Breslin, CEO, Water For People
•Key Lessons From Innovators in Global Health and Social Entrepreneurship
◦”Growing an NGO and Making Systemic Change,” Jane Aronson, MD, CEO, Founder, Worldwide Orphans Foundation; Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Cornell Weill Medical College and Columbia University; Global Health Center, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine
◦”Business with a Mission: Do You Have What It Takes?” Ron Bills, Chairman and CEO, Envirofit International
◦”Breaking Cultural Barriers: Design with Empathy,” Will Harris, Designer, Design that Matters
•Building an Effective Organization
◦”Global Health 2.0: Creating Health Care Systems in the World’s Most Impossible Places,” Mark Arnoldy, Executive Director, Nyaya Health
◦”City Health Works: Creating Sustainable Jobs in Communities that Struggle with Chronic Disease,” Donya A. Williams, Director of Operations, City Health Works
◦”Launching a Tech Startup with a Social Mission,” Jen Chiou, Executive Director, Crisis Text Line
◦”Quantity and Quality: Integrating Monitoring, Evaluation and Quality Improvement for Action and Impact,” Lisa Hirschhorn, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Quality Improvement Director, Partners In Health
◦”Creating and Applying Evidence to Tackle Health and Poverty Problems,” Annie Duflo, Executive Director, Innovations for Poverty Action
◦”The Challenges of Measuring Impact and the Strategies to Overcome Them,” Salimah Walani, Director, Global Health Programs, March of Dimes
•Reaching Potential: How to Successfully Scale
◦”Let’s Be Honest: What it Takes to Grow a Successful Organization,” Debra Eschmeyer, Co-Founder and Vice President of External Affairs, FoodCorps
◦”Leveraging the Marketplace and a For-Profit Model to Maximize Impact,” Rodney North, The Answer Man – Information for the Public and Media, Equal Exchange Coop
◦”Tools and Strategies for Staying True to Mission,” Sophie Faris, Community Development, B Lab
Complete details and the Institute schedule can be seen at http://www.uniteforsight.org/institute/
Posted by rgleyberman on November 1, 2013
Social Media Coordinator
The responsibilities of an intern include maintaining a strong social media presence on the Go To Guides Facebook and twitter accounts, finding content for gotoguide.net, compiling customer e-mail addresses to be put into our database, contacting local promoters and businesses, as well as distributing our print magazine. Interns are expected to work 120+ hours throughout the semester in which they can choose the exact hours they will work although there will be deadlines for certain projects as well as meeting that they will be expected to attend.
This internship offers students hands on experience in various aspects of marketing, customer service, and information technology through the various tasks they will be responsible for throughout the semester.
Application Instructions please send resume and contact information to email@example.com or call 892-1479
Posted by rgleyberman on November 1, 2013