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Smithsonian Education Programs (Smithsonian Sleepovers) Intern
The Smithsonian Associates (TSA) — Washington, DC
ABOUT TSA The Smithsonian Associates (TSA) advances the Institutions mission to increase and diffuse knowledge through life-enriching educational and cultural experiences inspired by the Smithsonians research and collections for DC-region students, families, and adults, and for learning communities nationwide. INTERN DUTIES Intern will assist with all aspects of the Smithsonian Sleepovers program, including: - Research, budgets, logistical set-up, maintaining inventory, marketing, coordinating volunteers - Provide direct, hands-on support through the design and production of printed educational materials, and onsite support the night of the sleepovers. Some evening and weekend hours. - Opportunity to also provide assistance to other cultural and educational programs. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES By working closely with the Program Manager, the Intern will coordinate and manage all aspects of Smithsonian Sleepover program and gain experience in educational and cultural event production. Opportunities include: creative thinking, organizing and maintaining the budget, customer service, trouble-shooting/problem-solving, adapting to different situations, multi-tasking, researching, coordination at events, maintaining supplies, editing promotional materials, communication, organization and time management, event management. SEASON Summer (May - end of Aug) TIME COMMITMENT Hours flexible; 1 full semester SCHEDULE Mon - Fri, timing flexible COMPENSATION All TSA Internships are unpaid and housing is not provided. College credit may be granted, but must be coordinated in advance with the intern's university/college. TO APPLY Complete the online application at http://intern.si.edu/. Click on the link for the Smithsonian Online Academic Appointment System (SOLAA). Questions can be directed to the Intern Coordinator at TSAInternships@si.edu or 202.633.8641. APPLICATION DEADLINE Summer February 1 If you have any questions, please contact: Ms. Meg Smolinski Intern Coordinator 1100 Jefferson Drive SW - Suite 3077 PO Box 23293 Washington DC 20026-3293 TSAInternships@si.edu Phone: 202-633-8641 Fax: 202-633-8909 For more information about internships with The Smithsonian Associates go to: http://residentassociates.org/ticketing/internships/start.aspx
Smithsonian Summer Camp Intern
The Smithsonian Associates (TSA) — Washington, DC
ABOUT TSA The Smithsonian Associates (TSA) advances the Smithsonian Institutions mission to increase and diffuse knowledge through life-enriching educational and cultural experiences inspired by the Smithsonians research and collections for DC-region students, families, and adults, and for learning communities nationwide. INTERN DUTIES Provide much-needed support to the Summer Camp team by assisting with all aspects of the daily running of Summer Camp, including: Supervision of campers and orchestration of Youth Teacher Assistant program Upkeep of rosters and camper paperwork, communication with camp instructors and parents Supply organization and procurement Provide other assistance as needed PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES Experience in arts administration Creation of and execution of museum-based childrens programs The opportunity to create Smithsonian camps for upcoming summers Interaction with top-caliber camp instructors Volunteer management experience SEASON Summer (early June late August) TIME COMMITMENT 40 hrs/wk; 1 full summer SCHEDULE Monday - Friday, 10:00 am 5:00 pm prior to camp, 8:30 am 5:00 pm during summer camp, COMPENSATION All TSA Internships are unpaid and housing is not provided. College credit may be granted, but must be coordinated in advance with the intern's university/college. Qualified interns may also be selected to serve as After-Camp Managers and eligible for a bi-weekly stipend. Information about the After-Camp position will be provided during the applicants interview, if selected. TO APPLY Complete the online application at http://intern.si.edu/. Click on the link for the Smithsonian Online Academic Appointment System (SOLAA). Questions can be directed to the Intern Coordinator at TSAInternships@si.edu or 202.633.8641. APPLICATION DEADLINE Summer February 1 If you have any questions, please contact: Ms. Meg Smolinski Intern Coordinator 1100 Jefferson Drive SW - Suite 3077 PO Box 23293 Washington DC 20026-3293 TSAInternships@si.edu Phone: 202-633-8641 Fax: 202-633-8909 For more information about internships with The Smithsonian Associates go to: http://residentassociates.org/ticketing/internships/start.aspx
Intern, Development and Partnerships
The German Marshall Fund of the United States — Washington, DC
The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) strengthens transatlantic cooperation on regional, national, and global challenges and opportunities in the spirit of the Marshall Plan. GMF does this by supporting individuals and institutions working in the transatlantic sphere, by convening leaders and members of the policy and business communities, by contributing research and analysis on transatlantic topics, and by providing exchange opportunities to foster renewed commitment to the transatlantic relationship. In addition, GMF supports a number of initiatives to strengthen democracies. Founded in 1972 as a non-partisan, non-profit organization through a gift from Germany as a permanent memorial to Marshall Plan assistance, GMF maintains a strong presence on both sides of the Atlantic. In addition to its headquarters in Washington, DC, GMF has seven offices in Europe: Berlin, Paris, Brussels, Belgrade, Ankara, Bucharest, and Warsaw. GMF also has smaller representations in Bratislava, Turin, and Stockholm. The Development & Partnerships department seeks an energetic, detail-oriented, creative individual to be part of the team. At GMF, the Development & Partnership office is responsible for fundraising from outside sources (Foundations, Corporations, Governments, and Individuals) for GMF core programming. This internship is unpaid and offers an ideal opportunity to acquire substantive professional experience for those interested in a career in fundraising and international affairs. GMF is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Summer editorial intern
SmartBrief — Washington, DC
Are you interested in writing and editing? Are you seeking an internship with online media? SmartBrief is a happy marriage of both, and were seeking driven, enthusiastic editorial interns to help us create daily online business and consumer news. Interns work with SmartBrief editors get experience writing, editing and choosing material for more than 160 newsletters. Especially talented interns will also have opportunities to write original reported content for our blogs. Get a chance to perfect your skills of writing concisely and working on deadline. After this internship, you'll be able to confidently say you've got experience reporting in industries ranging from health care, finance and retail to global news, marketing, technology and much more. This internship is for 35-40 hours per week for the summer. Start and end dates and your schedule are flexible. Interns must work in our Washington, D.C., office starting at 7 a.m. Interns will be compensated with a stipend for their work.
Film Production Intern (Creative Storytellers)
The Mansion on O Street — Washington, DC
the journey venture beyond the safe boundaries of your imagination. H Are you a storyteller? We are looking for a few creative students to live at The Mansion on O Street in Washington, DC while you write, shoot, edit and produce a video that captures the essence of The Mansion through our visitors stories. Each intern selected will have 3 weeks to create their own unique short film for us! ABOUT THE MANSION ON O STREET As a small private luxury hotel, club, museum, and conference center, we combine art, architecture, literature and inspiration to craft an exhilarating, entertaining and rewarding experience. Having been a haven for heads of state, writers, foreign dignitaries, business leaders, artists, musicians, scientists, and members of the entertainment industry, we offer privacy, security, distinctive amenities and world-class cuisine, all in an environment that is nothing short of magical. The Mansion is where CEOs inspire their employees. Its where business associates and friends meet for drinks. Its where artists and authors find their muse. Its where families gather for sunday brunch. And its where the music plays on, beyond forever. Mansion Philosophy: http://omansion.com/aboutus/ About O Street Museum: http://www.omuseum.org/museum/about/creative_process/ History of The Mansion: http://www.omuseum.org/museum/about/history/ TO APPLY Please send your resume and links to your sample work to email@example.com Compensation for this internship is room and board at The Mansion on O Street in Washington, DC for 3 weeks this summer.
Educational Research Internship
Gillis Educational Consulting, LLC — Washington, DC — Virtual
Gillis Educational Consulting, LLC is a boutique consulting firm providing an array of services and products. We are currently looking for two bright college students to help us develop our internal research department. As an Educational Research Intern with our company, you will do much to help our internal and external operations and programming. For those interested in gaining real world work experience, developing vital skills in research, and giving back to the community, this internship opportunity may be for you! This internship is four months in duration. Upon successful completion of the internship a paid position with our company may be offered. All interns across departments receive written recommendations for future schooling or jobs as well as personalized mentorship and guidance from our senior management. Apply NOW for our 2013 Summer/Fall Internship Program! The internship start date is August 1, 2013. Please be advised that this is an unpaid internship and is virtual in nature.
Top Tier Writer/Editor Wanted for PR Book
Talpha Technologies — Washington, DC — Virtual
Communications Assistant Are you a talented writer and editor interested in making a significant contribution to book on public relations and how to interact with the media?
Kenergy Solar — Washington, DC
Kenergy Solar is a DC-based solar installation firm with a focus on design and installation of residential and commercial solar photovoltaic energy systems. We have built over 100 projects to date, and have installed over 1000 kW of solar capacity in DC, MD, and VA. We are seeking a marketing intern for Summer 2013. We are seeking a candidate to assist with marketing efforts to build our market share in the residential sector. This is a great opportunity to gain experience in the fast-growing renewable energy industry. You will have many chances to attend networking events, meet other solar industry leaders, and learn all about solar power and the solar industry. We are located in the Takoma area of Washington, DC.
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.
Federal Communications Commission — Washington, DC
CGB Non-Legal Interns generally will be given assignments related to projects arising from the work of CGBs Consumer Affairs and Outreach Division (CAOD), the Web and Print Publishing Division (WPPD), and the Office of Native Affairs and Policy (ONAP). CAOD develops and conducts consumer outreach and education initiatives to inform the public about important Commission regulatory programs. WPPD is responsible for researching, writing, designing and developing electronic and print materials to communicate information on the policies, rulemakings, programs and plans of the FCC, as well as information consumers need to make choices in a competitive communications marketplace. ONAP works to promote the deployment and adoption of communication services and technologies in Native communities and on Tribal Lands. Some interns may focus primarily or solely on the work of one Division/Office, and some may receive assignments from a variety of them. Interns also may be given assignments related to special projects from the Office of the Bureau Chief and other CGB divisions and offices.