|Name of Host Organization||Website||Name and Title of Host Contact||Company Address||City||Alumna/us of DePauw?||State||Zip Code||Country||Phone||Fax||Host Contact Email||Title of Position||Opportunity Type||Description of Organization||Position Description||Support for position||Requirements||Application Process||Compensation/other benefits|
|Justine Magazine||justinemagazine.com||Ms.||6263 Poplar Avenue||Memphis||No||TN||38119||USAemail@example.com||Winter Term 2014||Internship||Justine magazine is a national teen girl lifestyle magazine featuring empowering and positive content for teen girls. We also own and manage content for justinemagazine.com.||We use interns for writing, research, story ideas, interviews, photo shoot assistants, etc. Interns work closely with all of the Justine Team. Timing of the Winter Term corresponds to our spring content and the April/May issue.||We are a Mac platform organization - so Mac skills are required. We provide computers and all materials.||Must have an interest in teen girl issues; have strong writing skills; motivated/self starter; social media skills.||Please submit current resume (including high school activities) with some writing samples.||This is an unpaid position for experience only.|
|Lowis & Gellen LLP||lowis-gellen.com||Mr Jerry Haberkorn||200 West Adams, Suite 1900||Chicago||Yes||Illinois||60606||USAfirstname.lastname@example.org||Law clerk||Shadow||64 attorney law firm with a commercial litigation and transaction practice.||Assisiting on research projects, shadowing in court or depositions. Attneding client functions||office provided with mentor||energetic, hard worker considering going to law school||August/ September. Witten request to sponsor.||In the past it has been uppaid. meals when firm or client functions are taking place.|
|Humane Society of Indianapolis||www.indyhumane.org||Jennifer Tiplick||7929 N. Michigan Road||Indianapolis||No||IN||46268||USAemail@example.com||Accounting/Financial Intern||Internship||The Humane Society of Indianapolis is the leading voice for the welfare of animals and improving their quality of life. The Society is the first choice in providing direct services for shelter cats and dogs, including adoption, foster home placement, behavior training, appropriate medical care, and affordable spay/neuter services.||Internship Things to Do|
• Deposits - Daily
• Create 2013 files for Deposits
• Create 2013 binders
• 2012 quarterly 941 reconciliations
• Temporarily restricted fund spreadsheets and back up – NMP, Reuben, Lilly, others
• Enter Budget into Peachtree
• Budget worksheets to supervisors
• Create employee personnel files and file
• Journal entries complete and in order
• Operations, Events and Development reconciliations actual amounts entered for each month agree to Pet Point and Convio
|Work directly with CFO.||• Student working towards a Finance related degree (ideally with an Accounting or Finance concentration)|
• Proficient with MS Office, specifically Excel and Word
• Have an attention to detail
• Work with accuracy
|No materials needed.||unpaid|
|Putnam County Community Foundation||Ms. M. Elaine Peck||2 South Jackson Street||Greencastle||No||IN||46135||USAfirstname.lastname@example.org||Winter Term 2013 Intern||Internship||Putnam County Community Foundation is a public charity serving the people in Putnam County primarily by assisting them to establish charitable endowments that enrich and strengthen our community.||We have needs in many areas. We try to match student interests and goals with a specific project. All winter term interns will help with scholarship application processing.||office space, computer, phone, supervision by Executive Director.||Intelligence, quick learner, caring, work ethic.||Contact Elaine Peck for application and interview.||We provide a fun and rich learning experience.|
|Putnam County Community Foundation||www.pcfoundation.org||Ms. M. Elaine Peck||2 South Jackson Street||Greencastle||No||IN||46135||USAemail@example.com||Winter Term 2013 Intern||Internship||Putnam County Community Foundation is a public charity serving the people in Putnam County primarily by assisting them to establish charitable endowments that enrich and strengthen our community.||We have needs in many areas. We try to match student interests and goals with a specific project. All winter term interns will help with scholarship application processing.||office space, computer, phone, supervision by Executive Director.||Intelligence, quick learner, caring, work ethic.||Contact Elaine Peck for application and interview.||We provide a fun and rich learning experience.|
|Students for Sensible Drug Policy||http://www.ssdp.org||Ms.||1317 F Street NW Suite 501||Washington||No||District of Columbia||20004||United Statesfirstname.lastname@example.org||Internship||Internship||Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) is the only international network of students dedicated to ending the war on drugs. At its heart, SSDP is a grassroots organization, led by a student-run Board of Directors. We create change by bringing young people together and creating safe spaces for students of all political and ideological stripes to have honest conversations about drugs and drug policy. Founded in 1998, SSDP comprises thousands of members at hundreds of campuses in countries around the globe.||RESEARCH (30%)|
Verify and update information in good samaritan policy spreadsheet, (New project) Compile information on campus marijuana policies.
Maintaining email@example.com with accurate and complete documentation of SSDP’s media hits, Monitoring Facebook page for inappropriate comments/unanswered questions, Monitoring Twitter feed for mentions that require responses, Monitoring blog comments for inappropriate/unanswered comments, Cross referencing website chapter data with master document chapter data.
Assisting with organizing office materials such as t-shirts, stickers, bookmarks, etc, Ensuring accurate inventory numbers are kept and recorded, Ensure we have enough copies of each photocopied document listed in care package contents, Fulfilling donation premiums as well as chapter care packages.
Soliciting missing data from chapters as needed, Deduplicating supporters, Entering data from paper sign-up sheets as needed
Assisting our outreach department with various tasks and projects as necessary, Assist outreach directors in maintaining accurate chapter events calendar, Call chapter leaders to invite to regional conferences/events as needed
DATA ANALYSIS (5%)
(This section may not apply to all internships) Making inferences from our media hits data, new chapter applicant (source) data, and from membership survey responses, Crafting a one page report of significant findings/trends.
Browse ssdp.org for outdated, broken, or incorrect information, Updating publications and print materials as needed, Drafting blog posts, press releases and other content as necessary.
|Interns will work in our office with our 4 full time staff members. We will supervise the intern in a manner that matches their skill and knowledge levels.||Comfortable working with data (via Excel spreadsheets), should be comfortable speaking on the phone. Ideal candidates will be friendly, flexible, detail oriented, and have an interest in ending the war on drugs.||Send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.||Internship is unpaid.|
|Putnam Superior Court||Judge Charles Bridges||3d Floor, Courthouse||Greencastle||No||IN||46135||USAemail@example.com||Court Intern||Internship||Putnam Superior Court is a court of general jurisdiction, meaning all types of cases are heard. Including but not limited to, criminal, family, and civil cases.||Winter term students typically sit in on court proceedings and when not in court, brief appellate court opinions. No clerical work is expected.||Desk/office space available, as well as a printer and wireless internet.||No prerequisite experience, training or education needed.||Please call the court office at 765-653-2658 and schedule an appointment to meet with the judge. Bring a one page resume'. The sooner the better.||This is an unpaid position.|
|Nyhart||www.nyhart.com||Human Resources Director||8415 Allison Pointe Blvd, Ste 300||Indianapolis||No||Indiana||46250||United Statesfirstname.lastname@example.org||Actuary Intern Winter Term 2013||Internship||Nyhart is one of the nation’s largest independent actuarial and employee benefit firms, consulting to retirement clients with $15+ billion in plan assets. |
Our team of advisers delivers personalized analysis and recommendations, translating complex calculations and issues into common language that enables corporations, associations, churches and governments to effectively manage their retirement and health care benefits.
Established in 1943, Nyhart is an ESOP with offices in Indianapolis, Chicago, Atlanta, Kansas City, St. Louis and San Diego.
|Interns will work with Nyhart's Actuarial Students and Consulting Actuaries to learn and assist with the following:|
1. Data collection and analysis.
2. Cost studies and projections.
3. Preparation of the following for review:
• Annual pension, FAS 106, GASB 43/45 actuarial valuations and Medicare Part D attestations
• Benefit calculations and certifications
• Plan termination calculations
• FAS 87 and 88 calculations
• Group actuarial calculations
• Benefit statements
4. Compliance testing and nondiscrimination testing.
5. Communication of cost and benefit issues with clients.
|Internships are offered in our Indianapolis office located on the northeast side of Indianapolis. Interns work alongside experienced Actuaries and Consultants for hands on training and guidance.||mathematics or actuarial science focus|
desire to pursue actuarial designation
|An email sharing interest should be submitted to email@example.com no later than October 31, 2013 to apply for Winter Term credit.||Winter Internships are unpaid|
|American Heart Association||www.heart.org||Courtney Burge - Heart Ball Director||240 Whittington Parkway||Louisville||No||KY||40222||United Statesfirstname.lastname@example.org||Event Planning Intern||Internship||The American Heart Association is a national non-profit organization whose mision is to "build healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diesease and stoke".|
The American Heart Association funds research, education and advocacy projects nationwide.
|The American Heart Association is seeking an intern to assist with fundraising activities associated with the Heart Ball, our annual black-tie fundraising event. This position will work closely with the Heart Ball team, under direct supervision of the Heart Ball Director. Opportunity to interact with high level volunteers throughout Kentuckiana, as well as board members and entire AHA staff. RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: 1. Provide entry-level duties, under supervision and guidance of staff, necessary to day-to day operations. 2. Participate in the planning and preparation of fundraising activities (includes phone calls, creation of materials, research, assist in event planning). 3. Opportunity to attend events and be a part of what you've worked to create.||Interns will be supervised by the Heart Ball Director, and have their own work space including access to computer and telephone.||Excellent written and oral communications skills are a must. Individual must be comfortable making phone calls. Ability to work independently and in a team environment. Ability to work 10-20 hours per week. (flexible hours possible to accommodate one’s schedule). Must be dependable, professional and take role seriously- our success depends on the dedication of all involved! Proficient use of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook). Must be resourceful with Internet (search engines, online phone directories, etc.). Design experience is a plus!||Please send a resume and a cover letter to Courtney Burge - email@example.com. Please specify that you are applying for the winter term.||This is an unpaid internship.|
|International Volunteer HQ||volunteerhq.org||Mr. or Ms.||PO Box 8273||New Plymouth||No||Taranaki||4342||New Zealandfirstname.lastname@example.org||International Volunteer - Winter Term 2013||Volunteer||International Volunteer HQ (IVHQ) provides safe, quality and extremely affordable volunteering programs in developing countries all over the world. Each year we place over 5000 volunteers on our programs abroad and have a wide range of volunteer travel opportunities in Kenya, Tanzania, Ghana, Uganda, South Africa, India, Nepal, Vietnam, Cambodia, Guatemala, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Thailand, China, Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Morocco, Sri Lanka, Bali and Mexico. Whether you are traveling abroad, taking a gap year, wanting to experience a volunteer holiday, or simply wishing to provide assistance in a developing country through volunteer travel, International Volunteer HQ has the program for you.||Depends on the program, project and placement a volunteer signs up for and receives.||Volunteers pay a registration fee of US$249 + 5% currency conversion and transaction fee, which covers 24/7 support from IVHQ staff, program marketing costs, information booklets, administration costs, travel costs to inspect programs and communication costs. Volunteers then pay a program fee, dependent on the duration of their volunteer program, which covers accommodation and meals during their volunteer placement period, airport pick up, orientation, program supervision, in-country 24/7 volunteer support and in-country administration costs.|
Volunteers are responsible for their own visas, flights, travel insurance (mandatory), vaccinations, in-country transportation and transfer back to the airport upon departure from the program.
|Varies, dependent on program and project.||Deadlines vary, projects run continuously throughout the year in all countries.||Volunteers are not paid. |
Volunteers pay a registration fee of US$249 + 5% currency conversion and transaction fee, which covers 24/7 support from IVHQ staff, program marketing costs, information booklets, administration costs, travel costs to inspect programs and communication costs. Volunteers then pay a program fee, dependent on the duration of their volunteer program, which covers accommodation and meals during their volunteer placement period, airport pick up, orientation, program supervision, in-country 24/7 volunteer support and in-country administration costs.
|International Volunteer HQ (IVHQ)||http://www.volunteerhq.org||Katie Brayne||PO Box 8273||New Plymouth||No||Taranaki||4310||New Plymouthemail@example.com||Winter Term 2013 International Volunteer||Volunteer||International Volunteer HQ (IVHQ) is the world's leading volunteer organization, providing safe, quality and highly affordable volunteering programs in developing countries across Africa, Asia and Latin America.|
Each year IVHQ places thousands of volunteers in volunteering programs abroad and offers a wide range of volunteer travel opportunities in Kenya, Tanzania, Ghana, Uganda, South Africa, India, Nepal, Vietnam, Cambodia, Guatemala, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Thailand, China, Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Morocco, Sri Lanka, Bali and Mexico.
|International Volunteer HQ (IVHQ) offers a wide range of volunteer projects to choose from, including Teaching English, Childcare/Orphanage Work, Medical, Sports Education, Construction and Renovation, Turtle Conservation and Agricultural Work.|
Volunteers can choose to volunteer for periods ranging from one week to six months.
|IVHQ's local partner organizations place volunteers in institutions which align their interests and strengths with projects where there is a real need for help and assistance.|
After registering on an IVHQ program, volunteers are assigned a dedicated IVHQ Program Coordinator to provide them with all the information and support they need to prepare for their upcoming volunteer program.
Volunteers are provided with 24/7 in-country support from IVHQ's local team, who pick up volunteers from the airport, host the program orientation, provide volunteers with food and accommodation and full-time support throughout the duration of their stay.
|Volunteers must be 18 years or older to participate on an IVHQ program and be fluent in English.|
Volunteers do not need to be an experienced or qualified teacher to join a Teaching English project.
Volunteers who wish to participate on a Medical project must be qualified or training in a relevant medical field.
|All volunteers must complete an online application at http://www.volunteerhq.org/apply.html and state their preferred start date, program duration and project choice.||Volunteers pay two fess to volunteer with IVHQ - a registration fee and a program fee (100% of which goes to IVHQ's local partner organization).|
Registration Fee (refundable if you choose not to go*) – pre-departure support from IVHQ staff, program marketing costs, information pack, administration costs, travel costs to inspect programs, IVHQ Fund and communication costs with volunteers.
Program Fee – Airport pick up, orientation, t-shirt, program supervision, accommodation and meals during volunteer placement period, in-country 24/7 volunteer support and in-country administration costs.
* Terms and conditions apply - see http://www.volunteerhq.org for more.
|Boggess Law Office||Mr.||15 N. Indiana St.||Greencastle||No||IN||46135||USAfirstname.lastname@example.org||Intern||Internship||Attorney Office||Interns will participate in all aspects of the attorney's work. They will meet with clients, attend court, attend mediation, draft legal documents and review records.||Interns will work in the office under the supervision of their attorney.||Strong work ethic, outstanding moral character, ability to follow ethical rules for attorneys, and a keen mind.||Well written cover letter and resume.||None|
|Greencastle Physical Therapy|
|Eli Lilly and Company||Dr||Lilly Corporate Center||Indianaplis||No||IN||46285-0510||USA||317 email@example.com||Research in Psychiatric Drug Discovery||Internship||We discover and develop medicines for neuropsychiatric disorders. My lab focues on behavioral pharmacology - mice or rats are dosed and behavioral changes measured.||This is dependent upon student need/desire|
One could do a lab hands on project, shadow, do literature work, data work, or some combo thereof. Hands on lab work requires time to get computer and lab trainging but is do-able as per past student intern JD Ephlin:
CNS & Neurological Disorders - Drug Targets, 2013, 12,1871-5273/13 $58.00+.00 © 2013 Bentham Science Publishers
mGlu2/3 Agonist-Induced Hyperthermia: An In Vivo Assay for Detection of mGlu2/3 Receptor Antagonism and its Relation to Antidepressant-Like Efficacy in Mice
S.D. Gleason, X. Li, I.A. Smith, J.D. Ephlin, X-S. Wang, B. A. Heinz, J.H. Carter, M. Baez, J. Yu,D.M. Bender and J.M. Witkin*
Lilly Research Labs, Eli Lilly and Company, Indianapolis, IN, USA
Abstract: An assay to detect the on-target effects of mGlu2/3 receptor antagonists in vivo would be valuable in guiding dosing regimens for the exploration of biological effects of potential therapeutic import. Multiple approaches involving blockade of mGlu2/3 receptor agoinist-driven behavioral effects in mice and rats were investigated. Most of these methods failed to provide a useful method of detection of antagonists in vivo (e.g., locomotor activity). In contrast, the mGlu2/3 receptor agonist LY379268 produced dose-dependent increases in body temperature of mice. The hyperthermic effects of LY379268 was abolished in mGlu2 and in mGlu2/3 receptor null mice but not in mGlu3 null mice.
Hyperthermia was not produced by an mGlu8 receptor agonist. Agonist-induced hyperthermia was prevented in a dosedependent
manner by structurally-distinct mGlu2/3 receptor antagonists. The blockade was stereo-specific. Moreover, this
biological readout was responsive to both orthosteric and to negative allosteric modulators of mGlu2/3 receptors.
Antagonism of agonist-induced hyperthermia predicted antidepressant-like efficacy in the mouse forced swim test. As with the hyperthermic response, the antidepressant-like effects of mGlu2/3 receptor antagonists were shown to be due to mGlu2 and not to mGlu3 or mGlu8 receptors through the use of receptor knock-out mice. The ability to rapidly assess ontarget activity of mGlu2/3 receptor antagonists enables determination of parameters for setting efficacy doses in vivo. In turn, efficacy-related data in the preclinical laboratory can help to set expectations of therapeutic potential and dosing in humans.
Keywords: mGlu2/3 receptor, LY341495, MGS0039, LY379268, hyperthermia, forced-swim, mouse.
|Supervision: Me and my lab staff|
Space/resouces: we will provide computer, office, etc; lab, training, supplies etc.
|Again, dependent upon what experience you want over winter term here.|
No real qualifications for anything however except real passion to do what it is you come to do. We will give you everything you need for the rest. However, if you want to do lab work, you need to be willing to handle and inject mice or rats - we will teach you.
|Let me know asap about your serious interest and what type of internship you want to take on. I would guess that by begining of August we should have as lead to time to ensure that we can make this happen on our end again this year.||We cannot provide benefits. We could consider housing,etc. if needed but it would be with me.|
|Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center||www.boec.org||Ms. Jodi Flickinger||PO Box 697||Breckenridge||No||CO||80424||USAfirstname.lastname@example.org||Volunteer Coordinator||Teaching Adaptive Ski Lessons||For more than 30-years, the Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center (BOEC) has provided life changing outdoor learning experiences to people of all abilities, with a focus on those with special needs.||This is a volunteer position to help people of all abilities learn to ski, snowboard, nordic ski, or snowshoe. We require 15 full days (8:30-4:00) which included training days. You must be a confident blue ski or rider. Volunteers are paired with a student and lead instructor and spend the day on the slopes! Duties may include but are certainly not limited to: encouraging students, brainstorming creative ways to improve ski/ride skills, assisting with loading and unloading procedures and uphill following for the student safety.||The BOEC will provide 3 days of training or shaddowing on lessons. This will include information about different disablities, how to teach skiing/riding, skiing/riding improvement, about the different adaptive ski/ride equipment and how to properly use the equipment.||*Must be a blue skier or rider.|
*Must have health insurance.
*Must submit to background check
|Our website has a Volunteer interest form, http://www.boec.org/volunteers/volunteer-interest-form.|
Please mark in other comments DePual student.
|This is an unpaid opportunity but we do provide students with a 3 mountian season ski pass (Breckenridge, Keystone, and A-Basin), as long as they commit to volunteering 15 days.|
|Putnam County Museum||www.putnamcountymuseum.org||Ms. Tanis Monday||1105 N. Jackson St.||Greencastle||No||IN||46135||USAemail@example.com||Putnam County Museum Collections and Exhibits Intern||Internship||The Putnam County Museum is a small non-profit organization. Our mission is to collect, preserve, and interpret the natural, cultural, and historical heritage of our county and its people through exhibits, special programs and education.||General Museum duties including exhibit research and creation, collections management, etc.||Intern directly supervised and supported by Executive and Assistant Directors. Intern will work closely with the staff in providing exhibits and programs.||Student should plant to bring their own laptop from which to work.||Complete internship application and submit 2 weeks prior to Winter Internship deadline. Interviews will be held and applicants will be notified if they have secured an internship position. Limit of 2 interns for January term.||This is an unpaid internship.|
|Virgin Islands Campground||http://www.virginislandscampground.com||Deborah Quade, Owner/Manager||PO Box 306411||St. Thomas||No||US Virgin Islands||803||USA||340 776 5488||340 774 firstname.lastname@example.org||Winter Term 2013 Sailing internship||Internship||Virgin Islands Campground is an ecosensitive facility located on Water Island which is a 500 acre island off the St. Thomas, US VI. We sponser internships for students interested in learning how to sail.||Learn to sail on a large sail boat...all aspects from maintenance,sailing, and hosting paying tourist and assist them in snorkeling||Supervised by Deborah, Owner and Manager of Virgin Islands Campground||No skills or experience needed||A 50% deposit must be secured for your stay here at the Virgin Islands Campground. The rate for 21 days is $145/night for 1 or 2 persons and the next 7 days are free for 1 or 2 persons. The 3rd or 4th person, the rate is $20 per person per day for each night of occupancy.||No compensation.|
|The Field Museum||www.fieldmuseum.org||Ms. Emily Waldren||1400 S. Lake Shore Drive||Chicago||Yes||IL||60605||United Statesemail@example.com||Public Relations Intern||Internship||The Field Museum is an educational institution concerned with the diversity and relationships in nature and among cultures. It provides collection-based research and learning for greater public understanding and appreciation of the world in which we live. Its collections, public learning programs, and research are inseparably linked to serve a diverse public of varied ages, backgrounds and knowledge.||• Write press releases, media alerts, photo captions, and membership magazine article|
• Assist in development and distribution of monthly and quarterly press information
• Supervise television filming and photography shoots
• Handle requests from members of the print and electronic media by phone and email
• Assist in archiving media clippings
• Develop and update mailing lists
• Assist with filing, copying and other clerical tasks
|Public Relations interns are supervised by the PR manager. Each intern is given his/her own cubicle, phone, and computer.||Journalism, Public Relations and Communications fields preferred. This highly visible position requires outstanding verbal and written communication skills. Candidates should possess knowledge of business protocol, excellent organizational and interpersonal skills, and a proven track record of prioritizing and completing multiple assignments.||Cover letter, resume, and two writing samples (2-3 pages) must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.||Interns are paid hourly at $12.00 per hour.|
|Thurgood Marshall Middle School||marshallmidschool.org||Mrs. Mary Ann Brandt||3900 N. Lawndale Ave||Chicago||No||IL||60618||USAemail@example.com||Classroom Assistant||Internship||Thurgood Marshall Middle School is a Chicago Public School located in the Old Irving Park neighborhood. The school serves 7th and 8th grade students from several neigborhood elementary schools. As of 2012-2013, there were 426 students enrolled at MARSHALL, T. 96.9% were low income Students. 16.7% were Special Education Students. 22.8% were Limited English Learners. As of 2012-2013, the largest demographic at MARSHALL, T was Hispanic. As of that time, this demographic made up 87.1% of the student population. The second greatest demographic was White at 4.2%.||The internship project offered involves serving as a reading tutor and teacher's assistant in my 7th and 8th grade reading intervention program at Thurgood Marshall Middle School. This reading intervention program provides daily targeted reading instruction for students who are reading significantly below grade level. Additionally, the program provides reading support in content area classes (science and social studies) for other struggling readers.||Supervision. The student will work under the direct supervision of Mary Ann Brandt, a Certified Reading Specialist. All of the intern’s assigned duties will be designed and structured by Mrs. Brandt and performed under her direct supervision or the supervision of another certified teacher in the school. |
Mentoring. The intern will meet briefly with Mrs. Brandt every morning to review the daily schedule and discuss daily expectations as well as at the end of each day to debrief. Additionally, the intern will meet with Mrs. Brandt every Friday to plan for the coming week.
|Interested applicants should have a desire to work with young adolescents in an educational setting. Applicants should be task-oriented, punctual, and flexible. Knowledge of Spanish is helpful but not required. Education majors are preferred, but other majors will be considered.||Interested applicants may contact Mary Ann Brandt via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for a screening interview. |
All applicants must complete the Chicago Public School Volunteer Application process and background check. The link to the official CPS Volunteer Application packet is: http://cps.edu/Documents/Resources/volunteer_application.pdf
|This is strictly a volunteer opportunity. No compensation is available.|
|Cathedral High School||www.gocathedral.com||Ms. Michelle Rhodes||5225 E. 56th Street||Indianapolis||Yes||Indiana||46226||USAemail@example.com||Campus Life Intern||Internship||Mission: Cathedral, a Catholic college preparatory high school in the Holy Cross tradition, provides to a diverse group of students opportunities for spiritual, intellectual, social, emotional and physical growth through service and academic excellence.|
Vision: Cathedral High School, a Catholic institution in the Holy Cross tradition, will be the model for all high schools as she profoundly shapes the way students think, serve and lead.
|Intern would assist in Campus Ministry department. Help prepare for retreats, assist in the area of service. Misc. tasks that may need to be done.||Would report to the Director of Campus Ministry, work space provided in Campus Ministry office.||General computer skills (Mac & Windows), able to take direction, ability to lift 25 lbs.|
No experience required.
|Contact and meet with Charlene Witka, Director of Campus Ministry. (firstname.lastname@example.org)||Unpaid opportunity.|
|Cathedral High School||www.gocathedral.com||Ms. Michelle Rhodes||5225 E. 56th Street||Indianapolis||Yes||IN||46226||USAemail@example.com||Advancement/Alumni Relations/Events Intern||Internship||Mission: Cathedral, a Catholic college preparatory high school in the Holy Cross tradition, provides to a diverse group of students opportunities for spiritual, intellectual, social, emotional and physical growth through service and academic excellence.|
Vision: Cathedral High School, a Catholic institution in the Holy Cross tradition, will be the model for all high schools as she profoundly shapes the way students think, serve and lead.
|Assist advancement, alumni relations and events office during the month of January. Advancement office will be working on reaching out to young alumni 4-20 years out -- updating contact information, engaging in events and asking for donations. Alumni Relations office will be planning alumni reunion weekend for June 2014 -- assistance will be needed in creating communication materials and helping class chairs reconnect with classmates. Events will be gearing up for the largest fundraiser of the year, ShamrAuction. Assistance will be needed in gathering final items, proofing program, managing sponsors and confirming guest attendance.||Will report to Michelle Rhodes, Development Officer. Work space will be located in Advancement Office.||Basic computer skills (Mac & Windows), preferred experience in Auction Maestro Pro or Raiser's Edge (Blackbaud).||Contact Michelle Rhodes and meet in person.||Unpaid internship however a lunch/gas stipend can be discussed.|
|WNDU-TV||www.wndu.com||Ms. Stephanie Stang||54516 State Road 933||South Bend||Yes||IN||46637||United Statesfirstname.lastname@example.org||Reporter||Internship||WNDU-TV is fully functional television station in South Bend, Indiana. It is the NBC affiliate and owned by Gray Television. News is broadcast in the morning, noon, evening, late night, and weekends. There is also a full time sales, promotions, and production staff. The market is ranked number 92 in the nation. |
The station is located on Notre Dame's campus but covers news all over the "Michiana" area.
|An intern in the newsroom would be responsible for all the duties that he or she chooses. These responsibilities may include writing, shooting, editing, web content, social media use, story assignments, networking, and time management. |
Expectations during a winter term include assembling a resume tape, learning how to write a story, and enterprising local story ideas.
Outcomes are to leave with a working knowledge of how a mid-market television newsroom functions.
|Supervision would be provided by the host.|
A space and/or desk typically would be provided somewhere in the newsroom on a daily basis.
All of the resources, tools, materials needed would be provided by the station.
|Qualifications for the internship include a resume demonstrating some type of interst in the television news industry or a general knowledge of communications.|
Many students have already participated in WGRE, The DePauw newspaper, or have an understanding of television after previous internships.
|Interested interns are welcome to apply anytime by sending a resume to the host's email address.|
WNDU welcomes DePauw interns after great success in the past!
|Unfortunately this internship is unpaid and any other benefits are unavailable. |
|API Equality - Northern California||www.apiequalitync.org||Ms. Monna Wong||17 Walter U. Lum Place||San Francisco||No||California||94108||United States||14152746750 ext. email@example.com||Winter Term 2013 Intern||Internship||API Equality – Northern California works at the intersections of the Asian and Pacific Islander and LGBTQ communities to transform people, practices, and policies to make the world an equitable and safe place for everyone. We do this through individual and community empowerment, advancing civil rights policies and protections, and promoting cultural change through collective learning and visibility.|
We envision a world where Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer Asians and Pacific Islanders are empowered to practice self-determination with full and equitable access to the resources we need, cultivate deep intergenerational connections within our community, and live wholly and truthfully in our multiple identities.
|Interns receive in depth trainings on a broad variety of topics, and employ dynamic approaches for intersectional and multi-issue based organizing. Each intern contributes in a significant way to the LGBTQ API community by completing a project and providing substantial leadership for the organization. They will coordinate with staff to develop and implement strategies for empowering and mobilizing the LGBTQ API community; recruit, support, and train volunteers; assist with fundraising campaigns and events; plan and conduct educational trainings and events; assist in coordinating logistics for a day-long institute at a national LGBTQ conference; and collaborate with local LGBTQ and API organizations on special projects.||Interns will receive weekly supervision and trainings, have access to a desktop computer, and share an office with the other API Equality - Northern California staff.||Interns should display a strong commitment to the diverse communities APIENC works with; show a fundamental understanding of organizing and the potential of LGBTQ API led action; exhibit desire to build a thriving LGBTQ API community and a willingness to grow; be able to build a team and work collaboratively; demonstrate proactive leadership, be able to work independently, and take initiative; possess strong interpersonal and relationship building skills; and employ a critical lens and solution based thinking when addressing issues.|
No previous experience with an API or LGBTQ non-profit is required.
|Send a cover letter, resume, and 3 references to Tracy Nguyen (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please address why you are committed to working in the LGBTQ API community in your cover letter.||Housing and meals is not provided. Interns may receive a small stipend, dependent on funding.|
|Dr. Cynthia Pistoia and Dr. Cynthia Beckeremail@example.com||Dr. Cynthia Pistoia||9905 Allisonville Rd.||Fishers||No||IN||46038||Hamiltonfirstname.lastname@example.org||Dental Office Internship||Internship||Dental practice with two female dentist that was established 30 years ago. Our office consist of 13 employees. The practice is a very successful state of the art dental practice,that takes pride in providing the best dental care with customer service.||Shadowing Drs. ,adminsistrative staff,hygiensist,and asistants.||Dr. Pistoia and Dr. Becker to assist student with areas of interest in dentistry.||Have an interest in the dental field and want more information regarding the field||Forward an essay for this internship||unpaid|
|World Pediatric Project||www.worldpediatricproject.org||Karina B. Packer||P.O. Box 9227||St. Louis||No||MO||63117||U.S.A.||email@example.com||Winter Term 2013 Intern||Internship||World Pediatric Project heals critically ill children and builds indigenous healthcare capacity in developing nations.||Program interns provide social support to our families while they are in St. Louis, MO for medical treatment. Interns:|
- visit patients and families in hospitality house and hospitals
- take families on outings to local attractions
- provide transportation when needed and appropriate
- provide language support during appointments
|Interns will work closely with the Program Coordinator as well as other staff members. Most of the time will be spent outside of the office and with the families.||- Speak Spanish|
- Have access to vehicle
|- Email Karina B. Packer with resume and cover letter (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
- There will be an additional application and background check form to fill out
- Complete phone interview
|This opportunity is unpaid. However, we do offer mileage reimbursement as we as reimbursement for any WPP-related expenses.|
|World Aquarium||www.worldaquarium.org||Leonard Sonnenschein, President||701 North 15th Street, 2nd Floor||St. Louis||No||MO||63103||United States of Americaemail@example.com||Research Internship||Internship||The World Aquarium is a public aquarium with over 10,000 animals representing 850 species within 150 exhibits.|
The World Aquarium is a 501(c)(3) organization which provides hands-on scientific learning about our aquatic world. Our mission is to present, promote and protect the world of water and demonstrate sustainable living solutions. Our mission is fulfilled through education, exhibits, conservation programming and research projects.
The goal of the World Aquarium is to increase understanding of aquatic life and environments, to increase understanding of the importance of conserving the world of water, and to provide leadership for the preservation and sustainable use of aquatic resources.
|Intern will design and carry his/her own project. Student will also assist animal curatorial staff in caring for the animals and give guided educational tours to groups.|
In the Research Internship, students are given the opportunity to select from several areas of bench research currently conducted. These areas include:
-Eutrophic Zone Research
-Climate Change Mitigation
-Sea Level Rise
For his/her project, student will take appropriate measurements and engage in recordkeeping, culminating in the completion of a quality research paper at the end of the internship.
|The student will be supervised and guided in his/her creation of a research project. Weekly meetings with the President will take place to keep student on track and to discuss project.||Must be majoring in a scientific field. Internship must be done for college credit. Animal experience is a plus, but not required. It also helps if you have people skills.||Go to www.worldaquarium.org and go to the "Internship Opportunities" tab on the left side of the page. Download the internship application. Please submit your application along with the reference form, a cover letter, your resume, a writing sample (i.e. research paper), and a copy of your transcripts (can be unofficial).||World Aquarium internships are unpaid. We do not provide housing, meals or any other benefits.|
|Indianapolis Monthly||indianapolismonthly.com||Ms. Kim Hannel||40 Monument Circle, Ste. 100||Indianapolis||No||IN||46204||USA||317-237-9288||khannel@IndianapolisMonthly.com||Editorial intern||Internship||Indianapolis Monthly, winner of the 2005 and 2006 general excellence award in its circulation category from the City and Regional Magazine Association, strives to provide its audience not only first-rate service fare but also compelling narrative stories and lively, urbane coverage of the cultural and political landscape. The magazine has become the region’s premier general-interest magazine—the Circle City’s essential chronicle and guide, an indispensable authority on what’s new, what’s news, and what people are talking about. Whether covering crime, politics, dining, business, style, sports, or arts and entertainment, Indianapolis Monthly consistently demonstrates a commitment to compelling storytelling in a variety of forms, setting the standard for editorial excellence in the state.|
No other publication in the region comes close to the quality of journalism in the magazine, with its bold photography and graphics, lively writing, and in-depth analysis of what makes this city a great place to live.
|Editorial interns' primary responsibility is fact-checking, perhaps the least glamorous aspect of what we do but an integral part of putting out a quality publication. Interns also do research for the staff on myriad topics. Interns have many writing opportunities for both print and online, and they are encouraged to submit story ideas. They attend meetings, help write headlines, and participate as staff members.||Direct supervision by managing editor, plus an assigned mentor from the editorial staff. Resources provided are typical office space with phone and computer.||Because of the nature of fact-checking, we look for people who can be detail-oriented to a fault. Creativity is appreciated, and diligence is expected, but first and foremost must be the dedication to getting the story right. Copy-editor types tend to do very well, though we are interested in hearing from anyone with a passion for what we do.||Send resume and writing samples to Kim Hannel, managing editor, khannel@IndianapolisMonthly.com, by September 20.||Unpaid, though we cover up to $8 per day for parking.|
|Washington Township Schools Foundation||www.wtsfoundation.org||Mrs. Ginny Hacker||8550 Woodfield Crossing Blvd.||Indianapolis||No||IN||46240||USA||317-205-3332, ext. firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com||Intern for WTS Foundation Winter Term 2013||Internship||The Washington Township Schools Foundation is a not-for-profit fundraising arm of a public school district. With a volunteer board of directors, we emulate the fundraising of private schools and universities, though fundraising for public schools is relatively new. Incorporated in 1985, the WTS Foundation has privately funded nearly $4 ML to the students in our school district of over 11,000 students. Last school year, we awarded nearly $400,000 in grants, scholarships, program support and designated gifts. We fund programs that tax dollars do not cover. Through two special events, an annual fund campaign, memorial and honor gifts, and several other revenue streams, we raise money to award grants to the classrooms as requested by teachers, administrators, and parents. Our office is located in Indianapolis in the administration building for the Washington Township Schools.||In a small non-profit office ($700,000 in revenue) there is much to be done by 3 part-time people and often organizing projects end up at the bottom of the priority list and will be determined closer to the middle of the school year. |
The student will learn how to work in eTapestry which is our donor management information program. A number of administrative committee meetings will be available to learn about board governance
There will be a grant review process and the job will include cataloging grant requests on a spreadsheet, distributing the information to the review committee and attending the evening review process with the grant committee. Assistance will be needed in the planning for the Great North Run (5 &10K and Fun Run) which is a fundraising event to be held March 2013.
|We have a large office with a dedicated desk and the student will be working with all three adults. A Mac laptop will be available, though a personal computer with a larger screen would be welcome. The hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m. during the business week with adjustments for any evening commitments. The student will be invited to attend any meetings of the WTSF committees, such as development, special event, communications, governance, finance or executive and any other opportunities there are for learning.||Must be computer literate in Word and especially Excel and have a passion for giving back to the community.||Contact information above. Please call.||Nothing more than cheerful office, an occasional lunch, three great women who work for a board of volunteer directors. The board is made up of 35 interesting people from all walks of life who believe in public education.|
|John Wiley & Son's||www.wiley.com||Sherry Cole||10475 Crosspoint Blvd||Indianapolis||No||IN||46256||USAfirstname.lastname@example.org||Winter Term 2013||Internship||Publishing Company||Asst the Editorial and Acquisitions teams.||Will work with Editorial Manager and Acquisitions Manager.||English majors.||Please apply at www.wiley.com/careers||unpaid|
|John Wiley & Sons||www.wiley.com||Megan Saur||10475 Crosspoint Blvd||Indianapolis||No||Indiana||46256||USemail@example.com||Editorial Intern(s)||Internship||John Wiley & Sons, Inc., is a leading global publisher providing must-have content and services for the academic, professional, scientific, technical, medical, scholarly and consumer markets. Wiley is an equal opportunity employer, committed to attracting and retaining a talented and diverse workforce that will allow us to compete effectively in a diverse, global marketplace.||Editorial Services - Special 'content' related projects, art coordination, formating and copy editing text.|
Acquisitions - Creating materials used for marketing, research on competitors/trends, data entry, attending and organizing proposal meetings.
|Will work closely with editors and the entire editorial team. Will be trained on all systems and processes.||Editing skills, attention to detail, excellent time management, ability to communicate well via e-mail and verbally.||e-mail resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org||Unpaid.|
|Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center||www.boec.org||Ms. Jodi Flickinger||524 Wellington Rd||Breckenridge||No||Co||80424||USAemail@example.com||volunteer||Internship||The Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center has been around for 37 years. We work with people who of all abilities to teach them how to ski and snowboard.||We expect students to be able to assist with teach our ski/snowboarding lessons to people with disabilities. At typical day starts at 8:45 and ends at 3:30 with an hour break for lunch. You will be paired with an adaptive ski instructor for the day. Ski students arrive around 9:00 you will be asked to help with getting the fit with ski equipment, prepare a lesson, and on hill help with the student.||We will provide 2 days training along with ski and snowboarding improvement. For each lesson you will be paired with an adaptive ski instructor until or if you feel comfortable teach on your own.||You must be a green/ intermediate skier or snowboarder. Provide your own housing. We prefer if you have your own skiing equipment and clothing.||Please apply though your website at http://www.boec.org/volunteers/volunteer-interest-form/||We provide a season lift ticket for you if you can provide 15 days of volunteering. If you cannot commit that much time you get an extra pass for each day you volunteer, after you complete your training days.|
|Colliers International||www.colliers.com||Mr. David Morris||1401 S. Brentwood Blvd, Suite 700||St. Louis||Yes||MO||63144||USA||(314) 373-3030||(314) firstname.lastname@example.org||Commercial Real Estate Services||Internship||Colliers International spans 482 office in over 62 countries, reaching 95 percent of the developed world. Colliers recognizes that local real estate knowledge must come from people in the field, so it supports local research, local industry leadership and a strong network among its professionals.|
$2.0 billion in annual revenue, 13,500 professionals, 78,000 transactions, 4,800 brokers and 1.25 billion square feet managed.
|Seeking Junior or Senior Management Fellows to participate in daily commercial real estate transaction services and research. The successful student will shadow Colliers' professionals in the field and on property tours, and learn about day to day office, industrial, and investment sale transactions and analysis.|
Professional attire will be required.
|Supervision will be primarily through David Morris but the student will also work with other Colliers professionals. The student will have his/her own workstation, phone, and computer.||Management Fellows students preferred.||Resume. Interviews will be set up either in person or electronically.||Unpaid with no other benefits except good, practical working experience in a professional environment. |
Students would need to secure their own housing in the St. Louis area, meals and automobile transportation. Free parking.
|Enhanced Value Strategies, Inc.||www.evsinc.com||Ms. Wendy Timm||1401 S. Brentwood Blvd. Suite 750||St. Louis||No||MO||63144||USA||(314) 932-4097||(314) email@example.com||Investment Real Estate Intern||Internship||EVS provides targeted strategies for complex real estate investments. We represent all types of organizations and individuals with real estate interests: office, multi-family, industrial, retail, land, mixed use, health care and life sciences.||EVS will mentor a DePauw intern on the day to day service providing activities. Wendy Timm, EVS executive vice president, will work with the intern on market studies, client reporting, and general real estate field work so that the intern is exposed to a variety of real estate “case studies” for current clients. Current consulting activities involve a portfolio of existing apartment properties in St. Louis, an urban entertainment and cultural district, the county library system, a proposed urban apartment development, and a proposed memory care housing development.|
The DePauw intern should possess adequate proficiency with Outlook programs, Word, Excel, and Power Point. There will be some work with database organizing and internet research on prospective projects and clients. An economics major is preferred but not essential.
Wendy Timm has been in the real estate industry in St Louis for 36 years and has academic ties to the University of Illinois where she is a guest lecturer in the real estate and urban economics program. Wendy’s daughter, Lauren Brummett, is a 2006 graduate of DPU and also a Management Fellow.
|Supervision will be by Wendy Timm and the student will work with other EVS professionals.||Must be a junior or senior Management Fellows student familiar with financial analysis.||Send resume with qualifications. Interviews will be conducted in person or electronically.||Unpaid internship but will receive gainful insight into investment real estate services and analysis. No housing or meals provided and the student must be able to commute to the office during business hours. Professional attire required.|
|OrthoIndy||Mr. Paul Herman||8450 Northwest Blvd||Indianapolis||No||IN||46278||USAfirstname.lastname@example.org||Intern Winter Term 2014||Will include both Internship and Shadowing||At OrthoIndy, physicians provide a complete range of orthopaedic care. Most practices specialize in one or two areas of orthopaedics, while OrthoIndy provides complete bone, joint, spine and muscle care. With more than 70 orthopaedic specialists, OrthoIndy is the largest private, full-service orthopaedic practice in the Midwest, and one of the largest in the country. Serving patients from over 10 convenient locations, OrthoIndy’s specialties include: bone tumor and soft tissue oncology, cartilage restoration, foot and ankle, general orthopaedics, hand and upper extremity, hip, knee, non-operative spine, pediatric orthopaedics, physiatry and pain management, shoulder, sports medicine, spine, total joint replacement and trauma.|
OrthoIndy has a partnership with a number of local hospitals, including St.Vincent Health. Visit St.Vincent's Medicine & Movement site to learn more about the partnership and the OrthoIndy surgeons providing orthopaedic services at St.Vincent.
"I am an OrthoIndy and IOH employee. I promise to 'leave my mark' by creating a patient experience unlike any other in Indiana. I strive to create the best experience for each patient I serve. I am committed to compassion, excellence, patient satisfaction and outcomes. I will always be an advocate for our patients' rights, safety and health. I am proud to be an OrthoIndy and IOH employee."
In 1962, Dr. Donald Blackwell and Dr. F. Robert Brueckmann founded the Blackwell and Brueckmann Partnership, which became the foundation for a unique medical practice that now spans over four decades. Today, that group is known as OrthoIndy. Within the United States, OrthoIndy ranks among the largest private full service orthopaedic groups and is the largest orthopaedic group in Indiana and the Midwest. Currently the group consists of over 70 physicians, including physicians who specialize in primary care, physical medicine and rehabilitation and anesthesiology. OrthoIndy physicians are involved in producing quality outcomes on the leading edge of research and development of new procedures and techniques.
As OrthoIndy continues to grow, the commitment to quality care that was the foundation of the corporation back in 1962 remains firmly intact. What began as a two-physician groups dedicated to orthopaedic trauma has evolved into a consortium of the finest orthopaedic surgeons in the nation.
On March 1, 2005, OrthoIndy opened the Indiana Orthopaedic Hospital (IOH) to provide central Indiana residents with complete bone, joint, spine and muscle care in a patient-focused, like-home environment. IOH is one of the most technologically advanced facility available for orthopaedic care in the Midwest. IOH is a physician-owned hospital model, which provides patients with high quality care with the physician involved in every aspect of the patient’s treatment. With the physicians playing the role of the patient advocate, they personally decide what type of treatment is most appropriate and beneficial, putting the care of their patients first and not focusing on the financial bottom line.
IOH has received national recognition from quality ranking and voting agencies including: HealthGrades, Press Ganey and CareChex. Receiving recognition of this magnitude demonstrates that IOH continues to raise the bar in the orthopaedic care provided to the community, state and Midwest.
|This position will be part working in the research department and part physician and/or physical therapy observation. We have the ability to tailor the experience to the student. We would like a student interested in the medical field and research We expect that this student will have a good work ethic and show and show initiative. |
The student's role in the research department will be data entry. Other tasks may be assigned by the Director of Research as she sees fit. The student will also have the opportunity to observe multiple physicians in surgery and in clinic as dictated by their schedules.
The primary outcome of the internship will be produce a research report for internal use at IOH.
|This position will have their own computer and cublicle.||Skills needed are knowledge of medical terminology and anatomy.|
Preferred knowledge of statistics and previous research experience in any field.
|Please submit a resume and cover letter to email@example.com. |
This position is sponsored by Drs. Frank Kolisek and Michael Thieken.
|This will be an unpaid position.|
|The Field Museum||fieldmuseum.org||Ms. Emily Waldren||1400 S. Lake Shore Drive||Chicago||Yes||IL||60605||United Statesfirstname.lastname@example.org||Public Relations Intern||Internship||The Field Museum is one of the leading natural history museums and research institutions in the world.||DUTIES|
• Write press releases, media alerts, photo captions, and membership magazine article
• Assist in development and distribution of monthly and quarterly press information
• Supervise television filming and photography shoots
• Handle requests from members of the print and electronic media by phone and email
• Assist in archiving media clippings
• Develop and update mailing lists
• Assist with filing, copying and other clerical tasks
|Intern will be closely supervised by Public Relations staff.||Journalism, Public Relations and Communications fields preferred. This highly visible position requires outstanding verbal and written communication skills. Candidates should possess knowledge of business protocol, excellent organizational and interpersonal skills, and a proven track record of prioritizing and completing multiple assignments.||Send resume, cover letter and two 2-4 page writing samples to email@example.com.||Interns are paid an hourly wage of 12 dollars an hour.|