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Summer Internship for College Credits - All Majors May Apply
TheAlternativePress.com, Livingston — Virtual
TheAlternativePress.com is now interviewing for summer and fall internships. We are looking for bright, inquisitive, energetic and creative interns to fill multiple positions. TheAlternativePress.com is an objective daily online publication that reports on local town news. We are currently serving 48 towns in the Northern New Jersey area and are rapidly expanding. Our publication covers everything from local government to art & entertainment and everything in between. We are currently looking for English, Education, Video Broadcasting, Political Science, Business & Finance, Hospitality, Communication, Health and Physical Education and Sports majors. We are currently looking to fill the following intern positions: General reporters report on events and general local news stories one day assignments Investigative reporters are given research assignments one day/week assignments Local Politics and Government report on town council meetings interview politicians meet Mayors and Town Council Members Junior Editors re-write press releases Special topic reporters education, sports, health and wellness, giving back, food & wineetc Business & Marketing setting appointments, manage social media, meet with clients Videographers Students may obtain 0, 2, and 4 credits per semester. Schedules and weekly hours are flexible.
Public Policy Internship at the Tucson Hispanic Chamber
Tucson Hispanic Chamber — Tucson, AZ
The Tucson Hispanic Chamber has over 1000 member businesses and offices in Tucson and Hermosillo. Our mission is to advocate for and provide services that help grow our member's businesses. Our Business Advocacy committee meets every other week (Thursdays from 8:30a - 10:30a). The Public Policy Intern will assist in research, drafting letters and communicating our positions to our membership. In addition, they may attend public meetings representing the Tucson Hispanic Chamber.
Technology Intern (product programming, analysis and support)
Edgesoft Inc — Culver City, CA — Virtual
Edgesoft Inc. provides world-class enterprise software products that empower local governments to deliver superior citizen services. Edgesofts Enterprise Land Management System (eLMS) is a web-based solution, developed shoulder-to-shoulder with government staff, that improves interdepartmental communication by providing shared access to accurate, real-time data. The location-based system manages data across various City departments, providing a one-stop solution to cities to automate functionalities within Permits, Licenses and more.
Software Sales Internship
VeriPic, Inc. — Santa Clara, CA
VeriPic is looking for Software Sales Interns! Have you ever wondered how a person sells an aircraft carrier to the Navy or sophisticated products such as a missile system to the Air Force? The secret is the ability to perform government sales. Its an art that less than 0.2 % of sales people ever get the chance to learn. But, once you learn it, you will join the top teir group of sales by becoming one of the few specialized, saught after people in the world. With this internship opportunity, you will be able to sell any product if you can learn how to effectively sell to government. VeriPic is a leading provider of enterprise software and hardware solutions for law enforcement, military, and public agencies. Software solutions include Digital Evidence Manager(TM), Mug Shot Systems, Interview Room Systems and Barcode Evidence Management Systems. VeriPic is the winner of the 2010 Cygnus Innovation Award for being the best software used by Law Enforcement Agencies. The VeriPic® Digital Photo Lab® was chosen best in class amongst several thousand software products in this category. To read more visit: http://www.veripic.com/news/2010_11_10_pr.pdf VeriPic is offering a paid, 3 month Software Sales Intern position, with the potential to become a full time job based on performance. This internship offers on-the-job experience and training in an exciting fast-paced environment. This position is based out of our Santa Clara, CA headquarters.
Urban Solutions — San Francisco, CA
Position type: unpaid Founded in 1992, Urban Solutions is a dynamic and productive economic development non-profit organization based in San Francisco. Our mission is to strengthen underserved neighborhoods by supporting small businesses, job creation, diversity and sustainability. Description Urban Solutions has an immediate opening for an intern or volunteer to help increase funding support for our programs serving low-income and minority business owners. Through research projects and proposal writing, the intern/volunteer will have a unique opportunity to further develop their knowledge about community and economic development, neighborhood services, small businesses, and environmental sustainability. The intern/volunteer will operate under the direction of the Development and Communications Director. This is not an entry-level or training position. We ask that applicants consider a minimum two-month commitment at 10-15 hours per week (negotiable). Application Process Urban Solutions is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, gender, gender preference, age or other factors in the selection of employees or volunteers. Those who are interested should send a cover letter, stating why you are interested in the position, along with your résumé and one brief writing sample via e-mail to georgia@urbansolutionsSF.org with the subject Application for Fund Development Intern/Volunteer. Include the cover letter, résumé and writing samples as separate attachments (Microsoft Word documents or PDFs only). Incomplete packages will not be considered. Please accept our thanks in advance for your interest, and our apologies for not being able to respond personally to every application. No phone calls please. We highly encourage all applicants to read more information about Urban Solutions by going to www.urbansolutionsSF.org and www.facebook.com/urbansoutionsSF.
CapitolTrak — Arlington, VA
CapitolTRAK (www.capitoltrak.com) is seeking a motivated writer to attend and write summaries of hearings on the Hill. When the Hill is quiet, Intern will also provide general support to our product development and sales teams. Put your communications, journalism or government knowledge to work, and learn how to apply those skills in the real world. The CapitolTrak team is small, dedicated, and passionate. Qualified candidates must be self-starters willing to take on any project with little direction. Must be a strong writer, and able to take edits in stride! Knowledge and/or interest in Congress, the federal budget process and/or Defense is necessary for success. Full or part time. Unpaid, lunch is provided daily and daily transportation costs are covered.
Lab Quality Assurance (QA) Intern
Battelle Memorial Institute — Pueblo, CO
Our National Security Global Business is currently seeking a Laboratory Quality Assurance (QA) Intern. This position is located in Pueblo, Colorado. This position is for hourly work, up to 40 hours per week, beginning May 2013. RESPONSIBILITIES: Supports Quality Assurance (QA) objectives in support of PCAPP Laboratory, which may include, but is not limited to: agent standards accountability, chemical agent neutralization processes, waste water analysis of Hydrolysate and bio-effluent, air monitoring collection, environmental sampling and analysis, etc. in accordance with the requirements of lab operating procedures and analytical methods. Assists QA staff in the development of the laboratory Quality Management System. Assists QA staff in the development of critical task metrics, surveillance and audit criteria to support quality control plan requirements. Supports lab quality with independent assessments of laboratory and monitoring equipment, technical reviews, technical specifications, performance charting and instrument operating conditions and limits in accordance with governing plans and policy. Reviews corrective actions to resolve non-conformance for adequacy. Assists in development and conducting internal and external facility inspections, surveillances, audits and assessments to support regulatory and procedural compliance with applicable Army, Federal, State of Colorado, local requirements.
Battelle Memorial Institute — Pueblo, CO
Our National Security Global Business is currently seeking an Environmental Compliance Intern. This part-time temporary position is located in Pueblo, CO. RESPONSIBILITIES: Support Environmental Compliance Representatives (ECRs) with Daily Monitoring activities. Conduct field sampling throughout the PCAPP site. Support ECRs with wildlife monitoring, encounters, and reporting. Prepare Daily environmental reports as required. Support spill response and reporting activities throughout the PCAPP site. Assist with updating and maintaining Environmental Compliance database. Successful completion of New Employee Orientation Safety Training (NEOST). Work in an outdoor environment under changing weather conditions. Other tasks as assigned.
County Government Internships
County of Armstrong — Kittanning, PA
The County of Armstrong is looking for qualified interns for a variety of departments including Commissioners Department, Tourist Bureau, Information Technology, Veterans Affairs, and Public Information. Interns will apply their skills in projects and tasks that are key factors of their chosen field. The successful intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment, and will finish the internship having gained valuable experience in various aspects of county government.
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