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Youth Literacy Specialist
Hobson City Public Library — Anniston, AL
Assist in all aspects of library service with an emphasis on running the summer reading program and increasing literacy in early and middle childhood. Internship runs June and July, but can be separated into 2 1-month internships. Hobson City is the oldest, incorporated black community in Alabama, founded in 1899. The library serves a community of approximately 870 people with 75-100 students participating in the summer reading program. Hours will be approximately 17-20 per week.
Intern, Press - DC
Motion Picture Association of America, Inc. — Washington, DC
The intern will assist the MPAA's Corporate Communications staff through a variety of tasks including updating media lists, organizing relevant clips, basic media monitoring, and general administrative tasks, as well as other assigned duties involving assisting in logistical preparation and execution of MPAA special events as needed. Intern will work closely under the supervision of MPAA employees and will receive valuable educational training.
Global Research Assistant
Jamaican Heritage Society — Brooklyn, NY — Virtual
About us: Our organization is a cultural society devoted to becoming the leading source for Jamaican news, culture and education while striving to promote a positive image of the Jamaican community worldwide. Our internships offer students and recent graduates an opportunity to enhance their educational and professional experiences and broaden their network. Position Terms: 12-month assignment 6-month Assignment Seasonal Intern (3-month assignment)
Bring Back Mainstreet — Chicago, IL — Virtual
The research department of Bring Back Main Street provides both the committee staff and the candidate with a variety of information ranging from issue briefs to public record research. The department specializes in framing platforms based on local concerns. We work on candidate debate preparation, policy and position papers, and building a case to take to voters based on well-documented facts.
Film Development Internship
WET Productions — New York, NY
Established producer looking for intern to assist with development work on a specific film project. Applicant must be: trustworthy, highly organized, warm, enthusiastic team player, open to learning, and open to all tasks asked of them.
Fashion, Beauty, Lifestyle
Kloudya LLC — Virtual
Fashion website looking for an enthusiastic team member.
Market Research Intern
uSamp — Dallas, TX
uSamp is a progressive technology company that focuses on the online and mobile market research space. Originally founded in Los Angeles in 2008, uSamp has quickly expanded globally and is in search of a small team of motivated and ambitious interns to join our Dallas team. Our 2013 intern class will work in our newly renovated workspace alongside a phenomenal group of people who know and love the market research world. This is an exceptional opportunity to learn from the best, get hands-on experience, and contribute to uSamps overall success. Our ideal intern brings an amazingly positive energy to the organization and cant wait to get started! This is an unpaid internship that offers: Invaluable hands-on experience within the online and mobile market research industry Game Room Healthy Snacks and Drinks at all times In-Office Massages
Consumers for a Responsive Legal System — Washington, DC
Consumers for a Responsive Legal System ("Responsive Law") is seeking undergraduate interns for Summer 2013. Responsive Law is willing to work with students to receive course credits. Responsive Law is a national, nonprofit advocacy organization that works to improve accessibility, accountability, and affordability in the civil justice system. We advocate for more competition in the provision of legal services, better self-help options for the legal system's customers, and improved legal literacy for those customers. Applicants should send a resume and letter of interest to email@example.com. For more information about the organization and its advocacy, visit responsivelaw.org
Consumers for a Responsive Legal System — Washington, DC
Consumers for a Responsive Legal System ("Responsive Law") is seeking law student interns for Summer 2013. Responsive Law is willing to work with students to receive course credits. Responsive Law is a national, nonprofit advocacy organization that works to improve accessibility, accountability, and affordability in the civil justice system. We advocate for more competition in the provision of legal services, better self-help options for the legal system's customers, and improved legal literacy for those customers. Applicants should send a resume and letter of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about the organization and its advocacy, visit responsivelaw.org
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.