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Human Resources Intern
Health Choice Network — Miami, FL
Core Responsibilities: ? Supports and encourages others to support the Mission, Core Values and Goals of Health Choice Network. ? Assists and provides support to all members of the HR Department. ? Searches for candidates using large job board databases. ? Updates job postings on job boards and company website. ? Screens resumes and applications. ? Schedules candidates for interviews. ? Coordinates new hire paperwork and makes new hire files. ? Inputs pertinent information into the HRIS system. ? Shares relevant new hire paperwork with payroll. ? Faxes requests for background checks. ? Responds to and makes phone calls and emails regarding HR department. ? Maintains and secures all personnel files, active and terminated. ? Performs all filing and documentation to be in compliance with all relevant laws, policies, and procedures. ? Retrieves terminated paperwork for unemployment verifications. ? Completes special projects as needed.
Policy Analyst (Part-Time and Full-time)
U.S. Green Data, Inc. — Cambridge, MA
U.S. Green Data, a green start up run by senior-level energy experts from the U.S. Department of Energy and private enterprises, is currently hiring for part-time and full-time Policy Analysts. We develop products that catalyze investment in energy development and efficiency by building innovative tools that revolutionize how the world receives and understands energy information. With a click of a button, firms can view all energy efficiency and renewable energy incentives, rebates, tax credits, and policies available to a specific address, zip code, or across a portfolio of multiple locations. For more information about U.S. Green Data, please visit www.usgreendata.com. Want a leadership role in developing an entrepreneurial business while also getting coaching from a team that has built many large successful businesses and working at the forefront of US energy policy? We may be the right place for you. We are looking for smart, entrepreneurial, and hardworking individuals to join our team. At U.S. Green Data the skills we teach you and the connections you make will not only help allow you to launch a successful career in the energy and policy fields, but also provide you with the ins and outs of building a successful startup. We provide regular seminars and training on how to build and lead a successful startup.
General Client Research Advocate
Wertheim Communications — Cranford, NJ — Virtual
Wertheim Communications LLC is a privately owned new emerging media company (categorized under Electronic Communications) located in Central New Jersey. In a crowded marketplace of ideas Wertheim Communications strives to remain a pioneering spirit within the field of electronic publishing. Our organization is seeking to develop a new kind of consulting practice -- an in-house operation with the objective of providing consulting services to other consulting firms, and bringing new consultants into the field. Today, we live in a very complicated world dominated by very complex technologies; the kind which global trading partners and communications networks rely upon to keep the global economy running. Language differences, cultural differences, and conflicting regulatory environments add to this complexity. Newer, faster, and more powerful software tools are needed to help organizations the world over manage all of this complexity. The world today needs a new breed of consultant who can understand the many needs of profit and non-profit organizations that struggle to comply with many of the "new rules" which confront them in a world dominated by economic volatility and political uncertainty. This position involves choosing a project from a list. The project would involve researching a significant problem faced by a theoretical corporation or small government (i.e. unemployment resulting from implementation of trade agreements), and under the guidance of the director working to solve that problem with the aid of technology consultants/partners, and the very latest software and technology solutions. The goal of the intern should be to learn enough to become employable or self-employed as a valuable advocate for professional consultants and consulting firms.
Intern, Urban and Regional Policy
The German Marshall Fund of the United States — Washington, DC
Location: Washington, DC Reports To: Program Assistant/Deputy Director Job Summary: The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) is a non-partisan American public policy and grant-making institution dedicated to promoting better understanding and cooperation between North America and Europe on transatlantic and global issues. The Urban and Regional Policy program of the German Marshall Fund program empowers local leaders to introduce innovative strategies to their communities by building networks of local and regional policy makers and practitioners who can share insights about policy successes and shared challenges; by providing in-depth research and analysis of challenges and solutions across multiple communities; and by providing means for both practitioners and policy experts to conduct first hand research on best practices in communities across the Atlantic. The Intern will have the opportunity to gain an increased understanding of the policy process in a broad variety of American and European cities and regions; to hone web writing and online communications skills; to network with and understand interactions between leaders in the government, business, non-profit, and philanthropic sectors; and to engage with DCs vibrant public policy community. Start and length of internship: Preferred starting date: ASAP Preferred time commitment: Between 30+ hours per week from 9-5 PM Monday thru Friday Application Process: To be considered for this position, please submit your cover letter and resume (as one document) by applying at https://home2.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=2235582. Due to the high volume of responses, we will only contact candidates of interest. GMF is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Government Affairs Intern (Spring/Summer 2013)
VICA — Sherman Oaks, CA — Virtual
The Valley Industry & Commerce Association (VICA) is recognized as the top business advocacy organization in the San Fernando Valley for its outreach to local, state, and federal officials. VICA represents a range of large and small companies in the greater San Fernando Valley area and advocates for a stronger business climate in the Valley, the City of Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, the state of California and the United States. We are currently offering an exciting and fulfilling position within our Government Affairs department. Individuals interested in pursuing a career in public affairs, government, business, communications and/or non-profit management are encouraged to apply. For more information, visit www.vica.com.
International Trade & Marketing Intern (UNPAID) in Toronto Canada
FirstChoice Group Canada — Lewes, DE
Voluntary Unpaid Internships at FirstChoice Group (4-6 months) in Toronto Canada FirstChoice Group is one of the largest supplier to the Federal Govts in Canada and USA ((Canadian Defence, US Army, Airforce, Navy, Nasa, FDA etc ). We also quote international tenders for oil companies, petrochemical companies, United Nations, World Bank etc and offer an excellent learning experience in International Business. For the following internship positions especially during summer we get over 3000 applications from all the top Business schools in Canada/USA/Europe. For more details on our company please visit: www.firstchoicecanada.ca and www.firstchoiceamerica.net
Advocacy and Grassroots Intern (SPRING 2013)
AARP New Jersey — Princeton, NJ
Field Practicum Pay: Stipend The AARP New Jersey State Office, located in Princeton, NJ, has openings for Spring 2013 internship appointments! AARP Advocacy and Grassroots Interns are provided legislative education in both state and federal political spheres and gain first-hand knowledge of the New Jersey state legislature. Our advocacy work for the 50+ population gives interns exposure to real-world applications. At the AARP NJSO, interns play a vital role in the development of advocacy and outreach campaigns. They learn firsthand how one of the largest non-profit organizations, dedicated to enriching the lives of older Americans, works, develops, and conveys its social impact message to 40+ million members. A daily stipend of $15 is provided.
Public Relations/Marketing Intern
RF|Binder Partners — Needham, MA
RF|Binders Internship Program is designed to introduce college students to the public relations business. Interns will have the opportunity to be involved in media relations, writing, research and organizing and attending special events. Interns are assigned to account teams based upon interests and needs and will work under the direct supervision of an account team manager. The duration of the Internship Program is 8-10 weeks and will begin September, 2010. Interns are unpaid.
Jumpstart Corps Member Position
Jumpstart for Young Children — Manhattan, NY
Apply online: www.jstart.org/apply After completing the application contact: Amandine Abraham, Jumpstart CUNY Site Manager email@example.com About Jumpstart: Jumpstarts mission is to work toward the day every child in America enters school prepared to succeed. To this end, Jumpstart trains and supports caring adults to serve as part-time Corps members, working with young children to build skills crucial to school success. Jumpstart focuses on three program areas: building School Success for young children by fostering their early language, literacy, social, initiative skills; encouraging strong Family Involvement to help families support childrens learning; and training college students to be Future Teachers and leaders in early childhood education. Jumpstart serves young children in more than 60 communities nationwide. About the Position Jumpstart Corps members have the unique opportunity to inspire young children to learn, serve in a local community, work on a team, and build professional skills. All Corps members receive professional-caliber training to help them implement Jumpstarts outcome-based program, promote childrens school success, and build family involvement. Corps members have the following option for participation in Jumpstart: 300-hour term: serve part-time during the school year Jumpstart School Year Corps members complete 300 hours of service during the school year. This intensive commitment will make a substantial impact in the life of a young child. During the school year, Corps members participate in the following activities: Serve part-time, 8-12 hours per week, during the school year, including: oJumpstart sessions with team and small groups of children, 4 hours per week (two afternoons a week for two hours each) oTeam planning meetings and session preparation, which includes planning, reflection, and/or training, 2-3 hours per week o2-5 hours each week in a preschool classroom during the regular school day o1 hour of individual planning and preparation for Jumpstart sessions Communicate with childrens family Participate in intensive pre-service and on-going trainings Attend periodic service days, often held on weekends
National MS Society - Advocacy Internship
National Multiple Sclerosis Society AZ Chapter — Phoenix, AZ
The National MS Society is dedicated to creating a world free of MS. Since 1956, the Arizona Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society has provided information and assistance to people with multiple sclerosis and their loved ones. We are currently looking for interns to become an integral part of our team in support of our advocacy program. With guidance and resources from the National Public Policy Office (based in Washington D.C.), Arizona Chapter staff work with volunteers of the Government Relations Committee and a network of grassroots activists to implement federal, state and local advocacy for people impacted by MS. Selected interns will gain valuable, hands-on, practical experience in working with a leading non-profit organization and in cultivating and mobilizing a grassroots base of activists. We are people who want to do something about MS now. Join the movement.