The Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies will update the list of available Internships & Career Opportunities as we become aware of more opportunities. Please check back regularly if interested in pursuing an internship and talk to your advisor in the department.
The Literacy Lab is a non-profit organization whose mission is to close the literacy achievement gap for elementary students in high-need communities. There are opportunities that may interest Philosophy & Religious Studies students.
The Literacy Lab is currently recruiting 300 tutors to serve next school year in the Maryland area. Tutors will commit to serving one academic year and will provide daily one-on-one reading interventions to elementary school students who are on pace for third-grade reading failure.1600 pre-tax
While experience working with children is helpful for this position, formal education experience is not required. Because this opportunity often serves as a stepping stone to various career paths, we encourage you to think broadly about potential candidates.
Benefits of service:
- A modest living allowance: $1600 pre-tax ($1200-1360 after taxes) per month
- Federal student loan forbearance
- Segal Education Award following completion of service
- Health insurance, with all premiums covered by The Literacy Lab
- Access to SNAP benefits, as well as Childcare and Employee Assistance Programs
- Transferable professional development that complements your service year experience
You will be supported by:
- Master coaches, who provide training on interventions and assessments
- Internal coaches, who provide ongoing, individualized support at school sites
- Program staff, who oversee your professional journey through the program year
For more info, see:
APA Blog Undergraduate Public Philosophy Award
The Blog of the American Philosophical Association is holding a public philosophy writing contest for undergraduate philosophy students, sponsored by the University of Massachusetts-Lowell and the Hi-Phi Nation podcast. The winner of the contest will receive a prize of $500, APA membership for one year, and publication on the APA Blog. The runner up will receive a prize of $100 and publication on the APA Blog. Other runners-up will also be considered for publication on the APA Blog.
For details and to apply: https://blog.apaonline.org/2018/08/25/apa-blog-undergraduate-public-philosophy-award/
We want LGBTQ undergrads interested in politics to apply for our internship and would appreciate help in spreading the word on your campus! The Victory Institute invites outstanding LGBTQ college students to apply to the Victory Congressional Internship program for Summer 2018!
The Victory Institute will bring outstanding LGBTQ college students to Washington, D.C., for an 8-week intensive leadership program, including a Congressional internship with an LGBTQ-friendly member of Congress.
The program includes a generous stipend, housing in D.C., placement in a congressional internship and travel to/from Washington, D.C., as well as travel and registration to the LGBTQ Leaders Conference in December 2018.
The Victory Congressional Internship is open to current undergraduate students of all genders, orientations, abilities, races, and political affiliations, including people with majors other than political science. The program will run from May 29th-July 21st, 2018.
To learn more about the cohorts selected, here is information from last year’s class.
Applications for this incredible paid summer internship opportunity are due by Saturday, February 17th.
Apply today and you could be working on Capitol Hill in just a couple months.
This Spring the Rumi Forum is offering two exciting internship opportunities for undergraduates, graduate students, or recent graduates. Our current available positions include:
The research intern will assist with preparation of our publications that include topics such as peace, conflict resolution, community cohesion, multiculturalism, pluralism, social justice and interfaith issues.
Applicant must be pursuing (or have recently graduated with) an undergraduate degree in International Relations, Public Policy, Political Science, Sociology, Journalism, Communications, Religious Studies, Divinity or other related fields.
Duties may include the following:
Write, revise, and edit reports, blog posts, thought pieces, social media content, etc.
Assist in communications, public relations, marketing, and business development
Edit speeches and interviews, and prepare news updates for the website
Follow events in Washington DC related to the field of Rumi Forum
Prepare and edit press releases
Other projects as assigned
The responsibility of these interns will be centered around general projects of the Rumi Forum, most of which include event planning and organization of our various conferences, seminars, international trips, evening events, community events, and social responsibility projects.
Applicant must be pursuing (or have recently graduated with) an undergraduate degree in International Relations, Public Policy, Political Science, Sociology, Journalism, Communications, or other related fields.
Duties may include the following:
Reach prominent government, corporate and media officials, opinion-makers, academics, diplomats, clergy and other civic leaders for event collaboration opportunities
Promote events by developing and executing a social media strategy
Maintaining contact database
Conduct site selection research
Work with the photographer and the cameraman
Edit speeches and interviews, preparing news updates for the website
Follows events in Washington DC related to the field of Rumi Forum
Assists with updates on the website
How to Apply:
Please fill out the application form. All internships are unpaid. Dates and hours are flexible and negotiable.
If you have any questions, please email all inquiries to email@example.com
Please forward this email to colleagues or friends who might be interested in these opportunities.
Rumi Forum was founded in 1999 with the mission to foster intercultural dialogue, stimulate thinking and exchange of opinions on supporting and fostering democracy and peace and to provide a common platform for education and information exchange. The Forum contributes to this ultimate aim by means of conferences, panel discussions, community engagement, luncheons, publications and other activities. In particular, the forum has an interest in issues regarding pluralism, peacebuilding and conflict resolution, intercultural and interfaith dialogue, social harmony and justice, civil rights and community cohesion.
For more information visit www.rumiforum.org
The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) is an independent federal agency that provides support to advance and disseminate knowledge in all of the disciplines of the humanities: history, literature, linguistics, archaeology, jurisprudence and the history, criticism and theory of the arts. NEH grant programs are designed to achieve four objectives: (1) the creation of new knowledge in the humanities; (2) the dissemination of the humanities to the American people; (3) improving humanities education; and (4) preserving and increasing the availability of resources in the humanities. Representative projects include: fellowships for independent scholars, college and university teachers; support for documentary films for airing over the Public Broadcasting System; summer seminars and national institutes for college and school teachers; development of cultural institutions and exhibits; and the preservation of manuscripts, books and artifacts in the nation's archives, libraries and museums.
The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) is accepting applications on an open continuous basis for volunteer student and other internships. While we are unable to provide paid internships at this time, we are able to provide valuable experience working in program and administrative offices of the Endowment.
CURRENT INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Student Internship Coordinator
Office of Human Resources
National Endowment for the Humanities
400 7th Street SW
Washington, DC 20506
Please allow at least four to six weeks prior to the date you wish to intern to allow proper consideration of your application.
If you have any questions, please call the NEH Office of Human Resources Volunteer/Intern Coordinator at 202-606-8415. We look forward to hearing from you.
National Endowment for the Humanities is an equal opportunity employer. We maintain a year-round internship program.
HBCU and HSI Bridge Scholarship Program The Bridge Scholarship
is a merit-based, full-tuition award for graduating seniors of Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Hispanic-Serving Institutions who would benefit from a year of academic study at a leading research university. Learn more and apply at:
A SUMMER INSTITUTE FOR UNDERGRADUATES
PIKSI-Rock and PIKSI-Boston are summer institutes designed to encourage undergraduates from groups traditionally underrepresented in philosophy to consider future study of philosophy. Undergraduates and recent graduates are urged to apply; groups traditionally underrepresented in (anglophone) philosophy include women, LGBTQ and gender non-conforming people, people from economically disadvantaged communities, people with disabilities, and people of color or people racialized as nonwhite, including Chicano/a/xs and Latino/a/xs, Indigenous people, Pacific Islanders, people of African descent, and people of Asian descent.
Transportation and lodging are provided. Stipends are awarded to all. PIKSI BOSTON MIT/University of Massachusetts Boston June 19-26, 2018 Directors: Lisa Rivera & Keota Fields UMass Boston and UMass Dartmouth Speakers: PIKSI ROCK Rock Ethics Institute/Penn State June 27-July 6, 2018 Director: Kris Sealey Fairfield University Theme: Philosophy and Public Life
APPLICATION DEADLINES Undergraduates: January 31, 2018
Graduate Assistants (PIKSI Rock only): January 31, 2018
Teaching Fellows (PIKSI Boston only): January 5, 2018 Recommendations: February 7, 2018
FOR MORE INFORMATION Web: piksi.org Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
2018 Kathryn Turner Diversity and Technology Internship
The Smithsonian Libraries is pleased to offer the Kathryn Turner Diversity and Technology Internship to students for the summer of 2018. This paid, full-time, 10 week program allows a student at a Historically Black College or University with a background in computer science to sharpen his/her skills and gain real world experience in the largest museum library system in the world.
Applications close February 2nd, 2018.
The theme of this year's project is "Identifiers and Data". The intern will help investigate methods for working with existing library datasets and participate in developing tools for modifying and linking data between the Libraries' databases, website, and external sources such as Wikidata. Intern will learn and gain experience in a production environment with all the complexities it contains. Intern will also have the opportunity to learn about narrow-scope software development and will be able to collaborate side by side with experienced professionals in multiple disciplines.
Full details, including application instructions, may be found on our webpage: https://library.si.edu/diversity-technology-internship
Baltimore City Teaching Residency – we recruit candidates without a background in education to become an effective teacher for the students who need them the most. This year in Baltimore, we have a shortage of Special Education, Science and Math teachers. We have already received applications from Morgan State University students for this year’s cohort, so we know you are surrounded by incredible students who would make for incredible teachers.
Baltimore City students need and deserve creative teachers to share the wonders of Biology or Chemistry. And those students with additional learning needs could benefit greatly from the fresh-thinking and experience your school has already provided.
The U.S. Department of Education, White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities is seeking interns for Spring 2018!
This year-round volunteer Internship Program will provide current HBCU students with an opportunity to learn more about HBCUs and their impact on the economy, higher education policy, federal funding opportunities, communications, and outreach. This internship will be based at the U.S. Department of Education in Washington, D.C. The Initiative and Department will not sponsor travel or lodging.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Collecting and compiling research and data related to HBCUs;
Participating in strategic planning meetings, staff meetings and other Department briefings and meetings relevant to the work of the Initiative;
Compiling meeting minutes;
Assisting and creating and/or updating presentations, fact sheets, one-pagers and talking points;
Greeting and escorting visitors to meetings;
Assisting with planning and implementation needs for upcoming local events and meetings, which can include collecting/researching background materials, creating promotional materials; and
Contributing to the creative efforts of the Initiative.
In addition, opportunities for developmental growth are welcomed and encouraged, such as informational meetings with senior Department officials and officials from external organizations. Throughout the course of the internship students will have the opportunity to attend and potentially lead in the planning and management of meetings, briefings and other special events at the White House and in other federal agencies. Duties also will vary slightly for students pursuing terminal degrees such as Ph.D. or E.D. Candidates.
Ability to work well independently and as part of a team
Ability to organize and prioritize work
Excellent research skills
Excellent oral, written, and editing communication skills
Knowledge of Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access)
Takes initiative and proactively tackles responsibilities
Ability to work across networks
Interns must be available to be in the office at least three days per week. Office hours can be negotiated.
Spring Internship will take place February-May
You must be a U.S. citizen or have a resident visa to apply.
You also must be enrolled part- or full-time in an accredited HBCU.
Incomplete application packets will be immediately disqualified from consideration. Please also proofread your materials before submission.
How to Apply:
Please send a copy of your resume to: email@example.com with the subject line: 2018 HBCU Spring Internship. Upon receipt of your resume an application link will be sent to you for your completion.
Complete spring 2018 Internship Applications are due December 5, 2017
if interested please submit resume to the general mailbox so you can receive the application link a soon as possible; the application will require signatures and other materials from your HBCU!
WOLA’s Sally Yudelman Internship Program seeks to give interns hands-on experience
and broad exposure to human rights advocacy and the foreign policy-making process. WOLA
has hosted interns since the late 1980’s, and today our former interns can be found around
the world working as human rights advocates, congressional aides, lawyers, journalists,
professors, and even as members of WOLA’s senior staff.
Every semester WOLA’s new interns are paired with staff mentors and absorbed into the
work of the organization. They collaborate on a mix of research, analytical, and administrative
work, and they are encouraged to get involved in the day-to-day activities of their teams.
WOLA selects seven undergraduate interns per semester, and each intern is assigned to a
different program area—communications, fundraising, or one of many policy areas. Interns
also get involved in the behind-the-scenes work of running a non-profit organization,
including helping with technology, media, finance, and event planning.
WOLA’s internship program is named in honor of Sally Yudelman for her commitment and
contribution to WOLA and the cause of social justice. Following Sally’s example, we hope to
encourage the next generation of young people to get involved in advocating for human
rights in Latin America.
For a look at former Yudelman interns’ experience at and reflections on their internship at
WOLA, check out WOLA’s Intern Blog and Intern Twitter.
TYPES OF INTERNSHIPS
Fundraising interns assist with various aspects of fundraising and institutional
development, including event logistics and planning, database management, mail and email
campaigns, grant writing, and other responsibilities as part of the fundraising team. Interns
will learn about donor cultivation and stewardship and prospect research. The position
provides a hands-on experience in development and assures broad exposure to each of
WOLA’s different program areas. Fundraising internships will give students experience in
the art of communicating WOLA’s mission and work to our broad base of supporters, and
are ideally suited for students interested in non-profit management or philanthropy—in
addition to human rights and Latin America. Experience with event planning and
administration, fundraising, or database management is a plus.
Communications interns assist with social media, WOLA’s website, content development,
press relationships, video filming and editing, and a variety of other responsibilities as a
part of the communications team. The position provides a unique look at the intersection
of strategic communications, social media, press work, and the promotion of human rights
in Latin America. Communications internships will give students experience helping to turn
compelling stories into action by articulating WOLA’s mission and work for different
target audiences, and are ideally suited for students interested in journalism, content
production, strategic communications, or marketing—in addition to human rights and
Latin America. Experience with technical software, press work, or multimedia is a plus.
Foreign Policy Internships (Five Programs)
Policy interns are each assigned to a specific programmatic area at WOLA (Drug
Policy/Defense Oversight, Cuba, Colombia, Citizen Security, and Mexico). Within each
program, interns take on a wide range of responsibilities; on any given day, one intern
might attend a hearing on Capitol Hill while another translates a press release and another
conducts research for a memo. The position includes immersion into one of WOLA’s
program teams, and offers students first-hand experience in the research, strategy, and
development of human rights advocacy. Policy interns are ideally suited for students
interested in international relations, foreign policy, or political science—in addition to
human rights and Latin America. Experience with translation, technical writing, research,
and intermediate Portuguese is a plus.
If you are selected for an internship, you will receive a $1,000 stipend from WOLA
towards the end of your internship. A travel allowance is also provided. Internship stipends
are not considered salary, but are awarded to help defray living expenses for an intern
during their internship. Interns receive a financial summary at the end of each calendar
year and are responsible for meeting their own state and federal tax obligations.
Approximately 30% of the internship is administrative in nature— helping with clerical
needs, or working on a specific task. All other time is spent on substantive work. Interns
are required to work 40 hours per week during the summer and 24-40 hours per week
during the fall and spring. We offer an academically and professional enriching
environment for interns to learn and grow. WOLA is willing to work with students to
arrange for university credit.
Interested applicants should have a demonstrated interest in human rights, democracy,
and social justice in Latin America; initiative and flexibility; the ability to work in a fastpaced
environment; good organizational skills; follow-through and attention to detail.
Motivated, self-starting interns excel at WOLA. A minimum of intermediate-advanced
Spanish proficiency is required. Technical skills are highly desired. In general, the Internship
Program is not open to students who have passed beyond their undergraduate studies due
to its significant administrative component.
WOLA values a diverse workplace, and encourages minority candidates to apply.
WOLA is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate based upon race,
color, creed, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation,
prior record of arrest or conviction, or caregiver status. WOLA does not sponsor
visas for students outside of the United States.
In order to be considered for an internship, WOLA needs the following materials:
2) Cover letter in which you state:
a. Your specific dates of availability.
b. Your willingness to work at least 24-40 hours per week.
c. Your internship preference (Fundraising, Communications, or Foreign Policy).
d. Why you want to intern at WOLA, an idea of your specific interests regarding
Latin America, and your Spanish language abilities.
3) The names of two references with email addresses and daytime phone numbers.
Contact information is preferred over written letters of recommendation.
4) Writing samples (no more than 1-2 pages) in English and Spanish on a topic of
All WOLA internships take place in Washington, DC.
Please submit all application materials via email to Crystal Yuille at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer Internship (early June through August) March 10
Spring Internship (mid-January through May) November 10
Fall Internship (mid-September Through December) July 10
Full-time positions with The Literacy Lab.
We place rigorously trained, full-time tutors in high-need preschools and elementary schools, helping close the resource gap for schools so they can close the literacy gap for students. Literacy Lab tutors work full-time for one year with school staff and literacy experts to implement structured, evidence-based interventions with age 3 to grade 3 students on a daily basis. This short video should give you a good sense of our work.
In the 2018-19 school year, we plan to place over 250 tutors in five metro areas (Washington, DC; Baltimore, MD; Kansas City, MO; Richmond, VA; Springfield, MA). Given their experience, I think that your students could be a great fit for these tutor roles. At the same time, our tutors can also expect to grow in this work, benefiting from extensive training and coaching in best practices for early literacy intervention.
OPPORTUNITY WITH THE LITERACY LAB!
Over 6.5 million US children from birth to 3rd grade are on track for reading failure. The Literacy Lab seeks to close the resource gap for high-need schools so they can close the achievement gap for children.
We provide schools with rigorously trained, full-time tutors to implement an evidence-based model. Our coaching and support structure ensures tutors and their age 3 to grade 3 students are successful. This short video should give you a good sense of our work.
To see more of our work in action, explore The Literacy Lab’s social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr.
For the 2018-19 school year, we anticipate hiring over 200 full-time literacy tutors to serve for an 11-month term in high-need elementary schools throughout the following metro areas: Washington, DC; Baltimore, MD; Richmond, VA; Kansas City, MO; and Springfield, MA
Interested candidates should review our website (www.theliteracylab.org) for full program details, including our application process.
We will begin accepting applications for the 2018-19 school year this winter. If you'd like to be notified when the application opens, please submit your email address here.
All professional backgrounds and/or majors are encouraged to apply. College coursework is preferred, but not required. At minimum, candidates must be at least 18 years old and have a GED. Unfortunately, we cannot provide employer sponsorship to legally work in the US.
In return for their service, our tutors receive: a modest living stipend; a $6,000 AmeriCorps Education Award (approximate); federal student loan forbearance; basic health coverage; year-round training; coaching, and support; and access to nationwide Literacy Lab and AmeriCorps alumni networks.
Launching a Career in Public Policy
Opportunity to Learn about Skills and Pathways
Do you want to pursue a career that makes a difference?
Are you interested in domestic or international public policy?
What skills do you need to work in a research institution?
Do you wonder how to get from here to there?
CAREERS IN PUBLIC POLICY OFFERS AMAZING OPPORTUNITIES
The Think Tank Diversity Consortium invites you to a free ½ day conference
Friday, May 5, 2017
12:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Registration and Lunch begins at 12:00 p.m.
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Conference Center
1779 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
To register, contact TTDC-Conference2017@ceip.org
Email name, school and graduation date
PROJECT YOUTH EXTENSION SERVICE INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
It's not too late! We are still accepting applications for the 2017-2018 Project Youth Extension Service (YES!) internship!
Project Y.E.S! is a federally funded internship program engaging college students in service to meet the needs of military families. Specifically, Project Y.E.S! expands the resources of the Yellow Ribbon Program (YRP) and other youth & teen-oriented programs. Staff interns are provided an opportunity to give back to their communities and country through a year of service.
Through our partnership with the General H. Hugh Shelton Leadership Center, interns are provided first-class youth development educational and facilitation skills. In turn, they travel the nation delivering youth programs at Yellow Ribbon programs, summer camps, leadership summits, and other family programs. Project YES! also serves as a career development program. Staff interns are provided dedicated mentors who assist in the exploration and development of their career goals and in the completion of a career broadening learning project. This is all accomplished while meeting the critical needs of communities with high rates of families impacted by deployments and other military-related absences. Since 2011, we have proudly served over 19,000 youth in 49 states and 4 US territories.
Applications will be accepted through April 28, 2017 and interviews/notifications made in May, 2017. More information and application materials can be found at Project Youth Extension Service or
The Greening Youth Foundation has partnered with Patagonia
to assist in recruiting for their Summer 2017 Internship Cohort. Founded by Yvon Chouinard in 1973, Patagonia is based in Ventura, California. A certified B-Corp, Patagonia’s mission is to build the best product, cause no unnecessary harm and use business to inspire and implement solutions to the environmental crisis. The company is recognized internationally for its commitment to authentic product quality and environmental activism and has donated $82 million in support of grassroots environmental organizations since 1985.
Please forward this message to your students. Thank you!
***New Internship Opportunity***
California & Nevada locations. Must be currently enrolled in college.
Spend the summer in Cali!! There is travel & housing so it does not matter where you live.
~The internship is for 12 weeks with a floating start date according to the specific position.
~Interns will be paid $13.00 per hour.
~Interns will receive up to $1,500 in relocation assistance if needed.
~Interns will receive up to $1,200 per month for housing.`
Patagonia is currently offering 18 internship opportunities to college students. These positions range from design, to accounting, to marketing, to human resources. We’re especially interested if you love spending as much time as possible in the mountains or the wild, feel more at home in a base camp or on the river than an office, and have a passion for something outside of yourself, whether for surfing or opera, climbing or gardening, skiing or community activism.
Please go to http://www.gyfoundation.org/patagonia/ to apply by April 7, 2017.
International Relations Internship
Deadline: March 17, 2017
As Ranking Member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Senator Ben Cardin of Maryland, offers internships to students looking to expand their knowledge in the international relations field. Interns on the committee will work with professional staff members who specialize in geographic and specific issue areas. During the internship, participants will work with two separate teams and will assist them in furthering the Senator’s foreign policy agenda. Interns will assist in the preparation of hearing materials, floor speeches, letters and memos and will have an opportunity to attend various briefings conducted by government officials and private sector representative presenting on a wide range of topics. Interns should have an interest in public policy and a desire to learn. They also must have good attention to detail, work well under pressure, be self-motivated, and possess excellent written and oral communication skills. Interns will be asked to work 9:00am-6:00pm Monday-Friday and can attain college credit for their experience by using existing programs at their institution.
Art @ Work is a five-week mural artist apprenticeship program for Baltimore City youth enrolled in the city’s YouthWorks program. Dozens of young people ages 14-21 are hired each summer to work side by side with professional artists to create highly visible murals and mosaics throughout their neighborhood.
The goal of Art @ Work is to introduce youth to career opportunities in the arts, offer gainful employment in a positive learning environment and to provide youth with the tools to express themselves through the arts, all while beautifying their community. Since its launch in 2015, Art @ Work has produced 19 indoor and outdoor public art projects in the Sandtown and Upton communities, employing over 150 Baltimore City youth.
ART @ WORK IS HIRING!
The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, Jubilee Arts, and 901 Arts seek artists, artist interns, and teen apprentices for the 2017 Art @ Work program. Apply today!
Are you 14-21 years old and looking for a summer job? We are in search of young leaders with an interest in painting and drawing to create murals and mosaics this summer for the Art @ Work apprenticeship program. Attend one of our upcoming information sessions and learn how you can be a part of the art! Parents are encouraged to attend.
Saturday, February 18, 2017 at 1pm
(online application support after the presentation until 3pm) Jubilee Arts, Harris-Marcus Center
1947 Pennsylvania Ave
Baltimore, MD 21217
Saturday, February 25, 2017 at 1pm
(online application support after the presentation until 3pm)
901 Montpelier St
Baltimore, MD 21218
*to participate in Art @ Work, you must first apply to Baltimore City’s YouthWorks program. Details on how to apply to the Youth Works program will be covered at the info session.
For questions about youth jobs, contact: Kim Loper, email@example.com
For questions about artist and artist intern jobs, contact: Maggie Villegas, firstname.lastname@example.org
Baltimore City Teaching Fellows
After graduation, how will you launch a high-impact career in Baltimore?
Historically, high-need students in Baltimore have not had equal access to an education that adequately prepares them for college and career. Baltimore City Teaching Fellows trains recent college graduates to become exceptional, certified teachers. Our fast-paced six-week summer training program focuses on the essential skills that teachers need most to start strong. Fellows will repeatedly practice foundational classroom management and instructional techniques, receive direct feedback from skilled coaches, and must pass a series of evaluations in order to be eligible to start teaching in the fall.
Do you have what it takes to join this elite group of educators?
Apply here– our application deadline is February 21st!
Summer Teaching Positions Available:
Teach Reading to Students of All Ages This Summer
· Earn more than $7,000 during the summer. Teachers typically earn between $500 and $800 per week while teaching.
· Gain over 500 hours of teacher-training and teaching experience with a variety of age groups.
· Help students of all ages develop their reading skills and ability to become imaginatively absorbed in books.
The Institute of Reading Development is seeking candidates for summer 2017 teaching positions. We seek applicants with anundergraduate degree or higher from any discipline. We provide a paid training program and comprehensive on-going support.
We hire people who:
· Have strong reading skills and read for pleasure
· Are responsible, hard working, and have good communication and organizational skills
· Will be patient and supportive with students
The Institute teaches developmental reading programs in partnership with the continuing education departments of more than 100 colleges and universities across the United States. Our classes for students of all ages improve their reading skills and teach them to experience absorption in literature.
We invite you to submit an online application and learn more about teaching for the Institute at: http://instituteofreadingdevelopmentteachingjobs.com/
2017 NCBO Summer Internships Announced
The NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office will again offer students opportunities to explore career paths and gain experience in Chesapeake Bay-related sciences through summer internships in 2017.
International or Global Studies: International Opportunities
New Additions for 2017
UGANDA: Human Rights
For years, we have had requests for a human rights placement, and I'd say, "Do you mean the detention, the torture or the killing part?" In other words, where there are gross human rights violations, it is usually dangerous to speak up.
We are proud to finally have an excellent (and safe) human rights placement:
work on civic education, training people about their rights; electoral and democracy building -
emphasizing term limits to thwart leaders from becoming despots and Presidents-for-Life;
criminal justice work in the prisons or anti- corruption work (which is a big deal throughout Africa).
GREECE: Syrian Refugees
Get first hand experience helping in a refugee camp.
People are needed to prepare refugees to go to their host country.
Teachers are needed to catch refugee kids up on the years of school they have missed.
Social workers and psychologists are needed for trauma counseling.
People are needed to teach English, yoga and art; and sort incoming supplies.
COSTA RICA, ECUADOR, SIERRA LEONE: Micro-finance & Small Enterprise Development
Micro-finance is seen by many as a ticket out of poverty.
Costa Rica: hilarious director is also a great place to learn leadership skills. Spanish is a must.
Ecuador: work with indigenous women in the Andes; see how micro-finance grew out of Liberation Theology.
Sierra Leone: the most critical thing is helping entrepreneurs dream up & overcome hurdles of a small enterprise.
Throughout Africa, they teach the same skill - e.g. sewing - to 5o women then they all compete with each other.
NGOabroad has shown that entrepreneurs are more prosperous if they have a unique & needed enterprise.
More opportunities listed on the website below.
Please read NGOabroad website
and send answered Questionnaire and resume to:
These are volunteer opportunities.
Both students & seasoned professionals are needed.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
The African American Intellectual History Society (AAIHS)
is pleased to announce the 2017 C.L.R. James Research Fellowship to support research towards the completion of a dissertation or publication of a book. Named after Afro-Trinidadian theorist C.L.R. James, the research fellowships are intended to promote research in black intellectual history by graduate students, independent scholars, and faculty members at any rank. Three fellowships of $1000 will be awarded annually to help cover the costs of domestic or international travel necessary to conduct research. The award will be announced formally at the AAIHS Conference. Membership in AAIHS is required.
All application materials should be received by January 15, 2017. Please send the following documents in a single PDF document: short c.v. (no more than 3 pages), 3-5 page project proposal, budget, and arrange to have one letter of recommendation sent to the fellowship committee chair:
Dr. Ashley D. Farmer (email@example.com)
Applicants will be notified by February 15, 2017. Funds must be used by December 30, 2017. Recipients will be required to submit a detailed report to the conference chair. Graduate student applicants must have passed their qualifying exams.
2017 MARYLAND GENERAL ASSEMBLY INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
HOUSE ECONOMIC MATTERS COMMITTEE
230 Lowe House Office Building
Intern Selection Guidelines
Our committee is seeking a college or law school intern for the 2017 legislative session. The
internship is a work/study program in which the student will be assigned responsible and
professional tasks. The student will train and work with the committee and become a contributing
member of our staff and at the same time learn about the legislative process.
Number of Days to Work and Stipend
The General Assembly meets annually for a period of 90 calendar days, beginning the second
Wednesday in January and continuing through early April. During the initial months, the busiest
days are Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, with few or no committee hearings scheduled for
Mondays or Fridays.
To be accepted, the student must commit to work at least two days a week, with one of the days
being a Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday. The total intern stipend for two days per week is $850.
Students who work three days a week will receive $1,250.
Intern Orientation and First Day of Work
The mandatory intern orientation will be held in Annapolis on Monday, January 9, 2017. Interns
will report to work on the opening day of the session, Wednesday, January 11, 2017.
Type of Work
Students must earn credit for their internships. Therefore, colleges, universities, graduate schools,
and law schools require that they be assigned responsible and professional tasks.
Our committee gives participants an opportunity to experience the legislative process asit actually
unfolds. Students are able to work with professional staff members and perform a myriad of
assigned tasks. Research and analysis skills can be enhanced as they work with seasoned lawyers
Training assignment objectivesinclude:
1. Learning the legislative process and structure ofthe Maryland General Assembly;
2. Understanding and articulating how laws are made;
3. Selecting a House and Senate Bill and tracking them through the legislative process;
4. Researching and preparing written testimony and testifying for or against the bills selected;
5. Assisting committee staff with preparation for hearings;
6. Attending House and Senate Floor Sessions asrequired;
7. Researching and assisting theCommittee Chairman and professional staffwith dataneeded
to support legislation he sponsors; and
8. Attending and assisting with committee hearings and briefings.
The Maryland General Assembly internship program is ideal for students who are team players
and willing to share and gain knowledge from others.
How to Apply
Please email a resume and cover letter by Wednesday, October 12, 2016 to Laura Harger Atas
(firstname.lastname@example.org) and Sally McMillan Guy (email@example.com). Students
selected for an interview will be contacted shortly thereafter to schedule the interview.
The Walters Art Museum is still seeking fall interns looking to gain hands on experience in various fields such as family programs, education and development.
The internship deadline has been extended to September 7, 2016 to provide your students with additional time to apply.
I have attached a full list of the positions, please feel free to share this with your students and faculty members. All candidates interested in applying should email their resume, cover letter and other specified application materials to firstname.lastname@example.org .
For more information, please visit: https://www.thewalters.org/about/jobs/intern/ .
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me by email or phone 410.547.9000 x 281.
Internship Program Coordinator
Walters Art Museum
600 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
410-547-9000 (ext. 281)|email@example.com
The Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) in partnership with Apple is pleased to announce we have successfully completed the first year of the Apple and TMCF HBCU Initiative. We believe HBCUs and PBIs play a critical role in expanding the talent pool, and inspire the next generation of innovators. Towards that end, we are reaching out to solicit your assistance in helping us identify the second cohort of Apple HBCU Scholars and would like to announce that the application for the 2017-18 class of Scholars is now open!
Please encourage your students to apply to be among this prestigious group of scholars. We expect HBCUs and PBIs to be long-term feeders of competitive talent and are counting on your attention to this opportunity to ensure the program’s success as we work to position HBCUs for future strategic investments. The application deadline for the program is 11:59 pm EST on Sunday, October 16, 2016.
Attached is a flyer that includes the overview of the program you can share on campus. For additional information, visit
or contact Bernée E. Long, Director, Distinguished Scholars Programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a new college student, the countless options for majors and courses can be overwhelming and many students lose track of the end goal of their degree: a career. More and more students are flocking to careers in criminal justice due to the diverse areas of expertise needed in the industry.
In order to help students on their way, our team at BestColleges.com created a career guide for criminal justicewhich highlights several paths of study and career opportunities. It also contains a collection of resources for young criminal justice professionals.
We know you’ll agree that it’s important to set learners up for success, which is why we hope you will join us in sharing our criminal justice career guide with students in your community by placing a link to it on the following page of your site or wherever you deem fit:
Please let me know if you have any questions about this career guide or any of the other career resources we provide for students!
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We have officially launched the CGI U Innovation Fund Application. This new funding competition aims to source, support, and feature the most effective, high-impact college student entrepreneurs and innovators worldwide by providing critical, early-stage seed funding. Selected scholars will receive funding to advance projects that fit CGI’s Commitments to Action model and an invitation to attend CGI U 2017. The Innovation Fund is open to anyone 18 years of age or older currently enrolled in an institute of higher education (part-time or full-time status).
Application Logistics: Prospective applicants can submit their project ideas in an online pre-application. The deadline for pre-applications is 27 June 2016. Only pre-applicants whose projects best fit the selection criteria will be invited to submit a full application in July 2016.
About CGI U: Building on the successful model of the Clinton Global Initiative, which brings together world leaders to take action on global challenges, President Bill Clinton launched the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) in 2007 to engage the next generation of leaders on college campuses around the world. Each year, CGI U hosts a meeting where students, university representatives, topic experts, and celebrities come together to discuss and develop innovative solutions to pressing global challenges. But CGI U is more than just a meeting- it is a growing community of young leaders who don't just discuss global challenges but they take real, concrete steps toward solving them. Throughout the year, and as a prerequisite of attending the CGI U meeting, students develop their own Commitments to Action: new, specific, and measurable initiatives that address pressing challenges on campus, in local communities, or around the world.
Please share this opportunity through email, on Twitter and on Facebook with your contacts who are in undergraduate or graduate programs.
Additionally, I am hosting a series of informational webinars open to students and administrators at anymeeting.com/cgiu1 (please note: link will not be active until the webinar begins). These webinars will be held on:
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HBCUI (Historically Black Colleges and Universities Initiative) is an innovative program brought to you by Greening Youth Foundation in partnership with the U.S. National Park Service.
As a part of HBCUI, you’ll join a group of students from schools around the country who are putting their unique skills and talents to work in preserving the contributions of African Americans to our nation’s history and culture. Where better to begin the movement than at your historical institution?
HBCUI relies on a variety of majors and disciplines to make the movement work. From Engineering to History, and Business to Biology (plus more!) – your skills can make an impact.
Students will be placed on 10-week assignments at some of the country’s most historically significant sites:
· Statue Of Liberty National Monument - New York, NY
· Independence National Historical Park - Philadelphia, PA
· Grand Canyon National Park, AZ
· Yellowstone National Park, WY
· National Mall (Lincoln Memorial, MLK Monument) – Washington, D.C.
· National Parks of Boston
· Martin Luther King National Historic Site – Atlanta, GA
· Christiansted National Park – St. Croix, Virgin Islands
· And 35 more!
Plus, your choice to join HBCUI has other perks…
· Gain real world, on-the-job experience during your 10-week assignment
· Explore careers in the federal government
· All positions are paid - most even include housing
· Gain access to a network of professionals in your field
· Attend the all-expense paid Leadership & Careers Workshop in Washington, D.C.
· Qualify for federal non-compete hiring after meeting service requirements
· Make a difference in your local community and beyond
Meet the qualifications…
+ Applicants must be enrolled at a historically black institution
+ Your major or concentration must align with the position to which you wish to apply
+ Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents, and must be able to pass a federal background screening.
LEARN MORE AND APPLY BY MARCH 9: http://gyfoundation.org/hbcui
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Are you a current Morgan State College of Liberal Arts sophomore or junior student who has an interest in African American history, life or culture and who has plans to go to graduate school?
The Benjamin Quarles Humanities and Social Science Institute will select eight (rising junior or rising senior) undergraduates from disciplines in the humanities and the social sciences for its residential summer 2016 Undergraduate Scholars Program in Interdisciplinary Perspective on the African-American Legacy.
The Program will engage students in rigorous training in interdisciplinary research and the effective integration of primary historical source data.
For more information and to apply visit
The Maryland State Archives is currently accepting applications to its paid summer internship program. The deadline for student application is Thursday, March 31st.
Please share these opportunities with your students and feel free to circulate on your listservs/newsletters, etc.
For full details and application information, please see:
There are many different positions this year including openings in the following departments:
Appraisal and Description
Research - The Maryland 400
Research - Women's Hall of Fame
Please click on the the link above for specifics on each of these internships openings.
We are excited to announce that we are now accepting applications for our 2016 Summer Program for Women in Philosophy. We would appreciate your distributing the attached flyer and encouraging any undergraduate women you know who may be interested to apply.
Two seminars serve as the core of SPWP. Our faculty this summer will be Dr. Connie Rosati (University of Arizona) and an American Society of Aesthetics sponsored faculty member to be announced soon. We also offer workshops aimed at preparing students for graduate school. Students who are accepted to the program will be reimbursed for travel (up to $500) and room and board will be provided.
Applications are due March 1 and are available on our website.
AnyIntern.com is the world’s largest internship and work experience directory. We work very hard to gather and list every internship available to students in industries that they actually love Such as Tech, Music, Startups, Film, Fashion, Sport and many more. It is completely free for students and hiring companies to use. Updated daily with over 160,000 internships in the USA and abroad. We would love to hear from you
The Baltimore City Teaching Residency – will recruit candidates without a background in education to become an effective teacher for the students who need them the most. In Baltimore, we have a critical shortage of teachers, and we’ve historically had successful Fellows from Morgan State University.
The Next Application Deadline is: February 22, 2016.
We are now accepting applications for the 2016 Summer for Undergraduates Program, hosted annually by
Florida State University College of Law’s in Tallahassee, Florida. Now in its 24th year, this program gives students an “inside look” at law school and the legal profession and to help them decide whether law is a wise choice for their professional careers. We anticipate selecting approximately 60 students to participate in the program slated for May 16-June 9. The deadline to apply is Friday, March 25th.
There is an array of helpful information on our Web site, including details on how to apply, frequently asked questions, and a program video. Our online application is very user-friendly, allowing students to submit all of their supplemental documents electronically. Please feel free to share this information with your students and link to our program on your Website or other social media outlets. If you’d like full-color brochures mailed to you, we’re happy to do that as well.
We are expanding our past participating schools list every year and would love to host one or more of your students during the 2016 program.
U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
2016 Summer Research Team Program for Minority Serving Institutions
The purpose of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Summer Research Team (SRT) Program is to increase and enhance the scientific leadership at Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) in research areas that support the mission and goals of DHS. This program provides faculty and student research teams with the opportunity to conduct research at the university-based DHS Centers of Excellence (DHS Centers). The SRT Program and DHS Centers are sponsored by the DHS Security Science and Technology Directorate Office of University Programs.
Faculty receive a $1,200 weekly stipend.
Graduate students receive a $700 weekly stipend.
Undergraduate students receive a $600 weekly stipend.
All participants may be eligible to receive housing and travel allowances.
10-week research experiences are offered at university-basedDHS Centers of Excellence (DHS Centers).
Areas of research: Engineering, computer science, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biological / life sciences, environmental science, emergency and incident management, social sciences, and more. Additional information regarding DHS Areas of Research may be found on the program website.
U.S. citizenship required
Previous program participants may apply.
Application deadline: December 20, 2015, 11:59PM EST
How to Apply: Applications and supporting materials must be submitted at https://www.zintellect.com/Posting/Details/1503
Detailed information about the program can be found at: http://www.orau.gov/dhseducation/faculty/index.html
For questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
After a competitive application and interview process, the T. Howard Foundation chooses a pool of the brightest college sophomores, juniors, seniors and graduate students to recommend for internships across business functions with some of the largest media companies in the world.
In these internships, students are prepared for entry-level employment in the industry by developing tangible and marketable skills.
Students chosen for T. Howard Foundation internships are paid and work full time at media companies in New York, Los Angeles, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, Atlanta and Charlotte.
To date, the T. Howard Foundation has introduced more than 900 college students to the media industry.
If you're a college student interested in media internships via THF, go to the Students section of our website.
STATE OF MARYLAND
Department of Commerce
Office of Policy, Research and Government Affairs
Available: Winter/Spring Semester - January – May 2016
Location: Annapolis, MD (during 90-day legislative session)
Title: Policy/Legislative Intern
Salary: Academic Credit in Lieu of Salary
The Policy/Legislative Intern will work closely with the Director and Assistant Director for Policy and
Government Affairs and assist in supporting the Department’s government relations and business
outreach activities. The Intern will gain experience in the areas of advocacy, and policy and fiscal
analysis. The Intern will have the opportunity to observe the management/operations of a principal unit of
State government, adding to their public administration experience.
Primary Duties: The Intern will be responsible for or assisting with tasks including:
● Conducting research on economic development issues/policies and preparing policy briefs.
● Tracking State budget items supporting economic development.
● Monitoring bill hearings and legislative briefings and preparing written summaries for staff.
During the 90-day legislative session (January – April), the Intern will be responsible for:
● Responding to legislators’ requests for information.
● Communicating with Department of Commerce with status of legislation.
● Reviewing and analyzing legislation and preparing written analysis.
● Conducting research on issues impacting Maryland’s business community.
● Monitoring bill/budget hearings and other briefings and preparing summary documents for senior
● Assisting operations of the Legislative Office during the session such as preparing testimony,
coordinating fiscal estimate responses and preparing briefing materials.
● Assisting with Session wrap up summaries and presentations.
Course Background: The ideal candidate is a graduate or undergraduate student majoring in Political
Science, Economics, Finance, Law, or Public Administration/Policy with a working knowledge of State
government and the legislative process or an interest in public administration, policy or legal studies.
Candidates must possess excellent oral and written communication skills and strong organizational skills.
Additional Skills: The Intern must be able to work well under pressure and with minimal supervision,
should possess the ability to identify, analyze and resolve problems; and work well in a team
environment. Exceptional writing ability is preferred. Experience with Excel, Power Point, databases
and Internet research is preferred but not required.
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to Rhonda J. Ray, Program
Director, Office of Policy, Research and Government Affairs, Maryland Department of Commerce
at Rhonda.Ray@maryland.gov by December 3, 2015.
Maryland Department of Commerce
401 E. Pratt Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
An Equal Opportunity Employer TTY: 1-800-735-2258
The application for 2016 APAICS Summer Internship Program in Washington, D.C. is now open. The program provides undergraduate students the opportunity to work in the nation's capital in a congressional office or federal agency. Interns participate in regular programming to develop leadership and professional skills, encourage political and civic engagement and foster an interest in public service careers. The internship is for eight weeks beginning on June 13, 2016. Click here to check out how the 2015 APAICS Summer Interns spent their Washington, DC experience.
Congressional Legislative Internship Announcement
Democratic Congressman seeks applicants for full- or part-time unpaid Congressional Legislative internship for Spring 2016. Duties will include conducting legislative research for staff, drafting memos on hearings and briefings, assisting with front office duties, answering constituent correspondence on matters related to the House, and performing basic administrative takes. Candidates must exhibit strong writing and communication skills. Maryland residents and strong ties to Maryland are preferred. Please send a resume, cover letter, and writing sample to MD06.Internships@mail.house.gov by November 23rdwith “Spring Congressional Internship” in the subject line.
Congressional Press Internship Announcement
Democratic Congressman seeks applicants for full- or part-time unpaid Congressional Press internship for Spring 2016. Duties will include tracking press clips and traffic on social media networks, updating and maintaining press contact lists, maintaining website, and assisting with the office’s day-to-day communications operation. Applicants should have a strong interest in political communications, news media, or journalism. Please send a resume, cover letter, and writing sample to MD06.Internships@mail.house.gov by November 23rd with “Spring Press Internship” in the subject line.
2016 Winter Internships
The Maryland LCV and LCV Education Fund are among Maryland's leading statewide advocacy organizations. We work in Annapolis to pass pro-conservation legislation and engage conservation minded voters on Election Day and beyond to hold elected officials accountable. The internships begin on a rolling basis on December 15th and end around May 15th. The internship is 10-20 hours a week. Also occasional trips to Annapolis may be required. Interns must have reliable transportation and access to the internet and attend all three seminars. Interns must also be comfortable talking on the phone.
To apply, send resume and cover letter with interested position to email@example.com- no calls please
Legislative- Annapolis - with remote work
-Reports to the Political Director
-Participate in legislative campaigns
-Coordinate candidate questionnaire collection and scheduling candidate interviews for Baltimore City
-Coordinate campaigns to elect pro-conservation candidates
-Participate in 2016 electoral campaigns: contacting environmental voters, developing campaign literature
-Assist in Maryland General Assembly duties
Fundraising research- Baltimore/ Annapolis
-Reports the Development Director
-Research donors and foundations
detail oriented, experience with Microsoft Excel and google Docs, comfortable on phone, strong writing skills, and ability to work independently
-graphic design experience a plus
Event Planning for fundraising- Baltimore/ Annapolis
-Reports the Development Director
-phone calls for confirmation calls
-research on events
detail oriented, experience with Microsoft Excel and Google Docs, comfortable on phone, strong writing skills, and ability to work independently
- some evening and weekend hours required to staff the events
Media Coverage and Communications- Annapolis
-Reports to Communications Manager
-Utilize new media techniques to keep up to date in environmental news
-Monitor local news sources for Maryland LCV coverage
Baltimore Latino Outreach- Annapolis/ Baltimore/ with remote work
-reports to Latino Outreach Program Director
- Knowledge of Spanish preferred but not necessary
- Assist in development of messaging, communications, and campaign strategy
-Research ways to reach out to the Latino population in Maryland
- Attend events and outreach
-Coordinating and running volunteer activities
-Help design flyers and communications for events
Clean Water Policy / Chesapeake Bay Advocacy- Annapolis/Statewide
-Reports to Water Policy Advocate
-Help coordinate campaign activities of environmental organizations all over Maryland
-Assist in development of messaging, communications, and campaign strategy
-Attend coalition and government meetings
-Environmental policy or communications background
Detail oriented, ability to juggle a variety of tasks at once, experience with Microsoft Excel and Google Docs, comfortable on phone, strong writing skills, and ability to work independently as well as with others in team spirit. Ability to generate concise memorandums (memos), letters, and detailed reports.
Preferred (but not required) skills:
Policy research and meeting facilitation experience is a plus. Watershed, conservation, and/or environmental science knowledge is an added bonus but not necessary. Experience and/or familiarity with Maryland state political arena desired but not required.