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Congressional Campaign Intern
Candace Duval for Congress — Austin, TX — Virtual
Candace Duval is running as a Democrat for CD 21 in Central Texas (Austin, San Antonio, hill country). We are seeking field and online interns.
Computer Sciences/Social Media
Wilshire Financial Network — Los Angeles, CA
Working with partners or fellow students, interns will be responsible for operating in groundbreaking projects that will be both viewed and used by companies across the country and the world to learn about different aspects in their business. Our firm is currently looking to hire interns with interest or knowledge and understanding of the digital media landscape, including various social media websites.
1-800-POLITICS — Washington, DC — Virtual
1-800-POLITICS is a news aggregation site and political blog. We are looking for talented writers/bloggers to write opinion pieces, analysis or a combination of both in regards to today's political headlines and current events. 1-800-POLITICS covers both ends of the political spectrum and publishes both conservative and liberal content. This is a perfect opportunity to build your resume and get your work viewed by a worldwide audience.
United Nations University-Vice Rectorate in Europe — Bonn, OH
The UNITED NATIONS UNIVERSITY Vice Rectorate in Europe (UNU-ViE) is an integral part of the Rector's office and the first Vice Rectorate of UNU outside the headquarters in Tokyo, Japan. Established in May 2007 in Bonn, UNU-ViE strengthens the presence of UNU in Europe. UNU-ViE is dedicated to thedevelopment of knowledge-based sustainable solutions for global problems and is therefore an active organizer of international science policy dialogues for sustainability. For more information regarding UNU-ViE, please visit our website, www.vie.unu.edu. The section IDEAS of the Vice Rectorate of the United Nations University (UNU) in Europe aims at strengthening institutional growth of UNU in the world with particular emphasis on Europe, Africa and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). These institutional development issues are the core focus of the executive office. The successful candidate will be based at UNU-ViE in Bonn on a full-time basis (35 or 40 hours per week) for a contractual period ranging between 3-6 months. The internship is not remunerated. Next to a set of interesting and unique tasks, we offer you insights into the structure and functioning of the United Nations University. Your internship at the Vice Rectorate in Europe gives you the opportunity to collect work experience in a multi-cultural work environment. Starting Date: As soon as possible. Application Procedure: Interested applicants should submit their application, preferably by e-mail, and must include the following: · Curriculum Vitae in English; · Cover letter in English: outlining your motivations, possible contributions to the programme and future career goals; · Completed UNU-ViE application form (downloadable at: http://www.vie.unu.edu/article/read/aboutthe- internship-programme, under Working Conditions); · Two letters of recommendation. For more information about the UNU-ViE internship programme, please visit the website http://www.vie.unu.edu/article/read/about-the-internship-programme. For more information about the application procedure, please visit http://www.vie.unu.edu/article/read/application-procedure.
Services and Advocacy for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Elders — New York, NY
SAGE is seeking a part-time, enthusiastic intern to work in the Development Department starting in Spring 2011 and beyond. The intern will focus particularly on individual fundraising and will develop a hands-on understanding of the field of fundraising over the course of the summer. Please email resume and cover letter to Eve Espinueva, Individual Giving and Database Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicant review will be on a rolling basis and will continue until the position is filled. Please indicate, Development Intern Position in the subject line. No phone calls please.
Special Events Internship
Empire State Pride Agenda — New York, NY
The Empire State Pride Agenda is New Yorks statewide lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) civil rights and advocacy organization. Our mission is to win equality and justice for LGBT New Yorkers and our families. Through our education, organizing and advocacy programs, we work toward creating a broadly diverse alliance of LGBT people and our allies in government, communities of faith, labor, all sectors of the workforce and other social justice movements to achieve equality for LGBT New Yorkers and the broader goals of social, racial and economic justice. Position Summary: The Special Events Intern will assist the Development and other staff with event planning and execution, research, outreach on online social networks and other fundraising projects as needed.
Police Athletic League/ New York — New York, NY
The Volunteer Assistant will benefit greatly from his/her role serving as a liaison to the Training and Volunteer Services Department. The VA will possess a strong leadership role in the agency working alongside Americorps volunteer educators as they engage 200 youth from PAL Beacon programming in a community service learning project. In addition, the VA will assist the Volunteer Coordinator and Director of Training and Volunteer Services in identifying outstanding volunteers for leadership roles within the agency.
Citizens Climate Lobby Environmental Intern Farmville VA
Citizens Climate Lobby — Richmond, VA
JOB PURPOSE: Citizens Climate Lobbys (www.citizensclimatelobby.org) mission is to create the political will for a sustainable climate. Our methods include education on the science, economics, politics and public awareness surrounding climate change. CCL works by training citizens in the skills needed to affect change. We contact and meet with Congressional leaders, write letters to the editors of national and local newspapers and attend monthly national conference calls. The position purpose is to support the work of CCL in Virginia. Additionally, this position involves editing and updating advocacy materials, communicating with CCL volunteers, training new CCL volunteers, and researching topics including climate related news and legislation, science, economics, and community groups. Research national college, business and community organizations to build membership. Miscellaneous office duties such as data entry, phone calls and email communications. This is an unpaid full semester internship opportunity.
Public Policy & Government Relations Internship
Chandler Chamber of Commerce — Chandler, AZ
Chandler Chamber of Commerce offers an internship program that supports two main goals: 1) To provide a well-rounded organizational experience for interns in the respective specialized areas 2) To help retain talent in the region by engaging interns in the process of enhancing the local business climate and maintaining a high quality of life in the community Semesters needed: Fall, spring, summer (ongoing) Hours: A minimum of 15-20 hours per week required. Scheduling is flexible. Chamber office hours are Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. There may additional opportunities to assist with special weekend and evening events Credit/Compensation: College credit toward major, minor or general elective may be available through your local community college or university. These are unpaid positions.
Marketing and Communications Intern
Georgia Council for the Arts — Atlanta, GA
Under the guidance of the Public Information Officer (PIO), the Marketing & Communications Intern will manage all content on Georgia Council for the Arts Facebook page including posting photos, replies and posting status updates. In addition, this position will support the PIO in managing the email distribution database, which is the primary communication tool for Georgia Council for the Arts, contribute to media releases and support marketing efforts for key GCA initiatives. The writing and distribution of at least one media release for the interns portfolio will be completed as an end of semester project. As time and interest permits, this position will have the opportunity to support the Director on the implementation of two special initiatives being planned with the Office of the Governor The Art of Georgia: Celebrating Georgias Landscapes and People, and the Governors Awards for the Arts & Humanities.