|Organization||Teacher Advisor||Intern(s)||# of Interns||Paperwork||Address||Primary POC Name||Primary POC Email||Primary POC Phone||Secondary POC Name||Secondary POC Email||Secondary POC Phone||Job Description||Website||Start Time|
|Academy of Hope Adult Public Charter School||Spotts||Ronchelle Gross||1||Provide their Social Security Number/Social Security card, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature||2315 18th Pl NE Washington, DC 20018||Audrey Reese, Daniel Robinsonfirstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com||202-269-6623 x120||About Academy of Hope Adult Public Charter School: Since 1985, we have offered excellence in adult education. Our mission is to provide high quality education and services that change lives and improve our communities. At Academy of Hope, students become part of a learning community where everyone is valued, adds value, and is both a teacher and a learner. |
About NEDP: The National External Diploma Program (NEDP) is an applied performance assessment system that assesses high school level skills, primarily in life and work contexts. The NEDP evaluates competencies that are outlined in the Common Core College and Career Readiness standards. Content areas include Cultural Literacy, Health Literacy, Civic Literacy, Financial Literacy, Geography, History, Science, and Twenty-First Century Workplace. Candidates for a high school diploma through NEDP are also required to complete an individualized college and career readiness competency, which is typically fulfilled through earning an industry-recognized certification or with verification from an employer.
Position Description: Deliver quality peer tutoring and promote a supportive and empowering learning community for our adult students. Provide administrative support to the NEDP team by pulling and logging enrollment and achievement data for weekly reporting.
• Commitment to empowerment of at-risk adults through education
• Must be comfortable working with computers
• Strong interest in teaching or tutoring (experience preferred)
• Capable of taking initiative and following through with responsibilities
• Good people skills and ability to work independently
|American Psychological Association||Love||Jamir Grier||1||Provide their Social Security Number/Social Security card, Provide a government issued photo ID, Provide a student work permit, Have their photo taken, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature, other requirements may be identified before on-boarding.||750 First Street NE, Washington, DC 20002||Lucia Gutierrez, PhDfirstname.lastname@example.org||202-682-5132||Working with issues related with early career psychologists.||www.apa.org||9:30am|
|ARTLAB||Huber||Kevin Baker, Amadre Lee, Malik Mitchell, Jonathan Winston||4||Provide their Social Security Number/Social Security card, Provide a government issued photo ID, Have their photo taken, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature, If an applicant is unable to provide proof of residence or a government issued ID, for whatever reason, we are able to accommodate as needed.||700 Independence Ave SW, Washington, DC 20560||Nia Calhoun||CalhounN@si.edu||OnRaé Watkins, Wanda Hernándezemail@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org||202-233-2784, 202-633-1217||ARTLAB seeks a teen intern to help facilitate a creative digital media experience. ARTLAB engages teens using various arts media, equips them with digital literacy skills and exposes them to career opportunities and affords them access to practice their artistry in a safe and creative environment. We are looking for applicants who are team-oriented, are proficient in an art medium (i.e. graphic illustration, 3D modeling, digital photography, poetry DJ’ing, computer programming, video game design, etc.), and have experience working with youth audiences. The responsibilities include:|
• Facility maintenance before and after programming
• Document programming through photo and video for social media
• Engage digital audience through social media
• Design graphics for various programs
• Learn how to use at lease two Adobe Creative Suite programs
• Record hours and provide progress reports
• Collaborate with other ARTLAB interns and mentors to complete group projects as assigned
|Bright Beginnings, Inc.||Miller||Markita Hemsley, Ajyanna Jones, Dyamond McDowney, Nikiah McDuffie, Alexis Pone||5||Provide their Social Security Number/Social Security card, Provide their birth certificate, Provide health records, Take a TB test, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature||3418 4th Street SE WDC||Arthur Darbyemail@example.com||202-715-0534||Tanya Joinerfirstname.lastname@example.org||see description||www.bbidc.org||9am|
|Capitol Hill Village||Miller||Zyquan Thomas||1||None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.||725 8th St SE||Meghan Wrinkleemail@example.com||202-543-1778||Interns here at Capitol Hill Village engage in office tasks, inter generational activities, tech training for members etc.||www.capitolhillvillage.org||9:30am|
|Capitol Interactive||Robinson||Louis Carrico-Braun, Naia McNatt||2||Have their photo taken, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature||2055 L St. NW||Joseph Catheyfirstname.lastname@example.org||757-536-2629||AR/VR Designer||www.capitol-interactive.com||10am|
|Center for Inspired Teaching||Wellborn||Jahbari Nickens||1||Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature||1436 U Street NW, Suite 400, Washington DC (this may change as our office may move within the District)||David Yarmchukemail@example.com||202-462-1956||Rebecca Zeiselfirstname.lastname@example.org||202-462-1956||The intern will primarily support our Speak Truth seminar program, likely by building a website and supporting recruitment, facilitation, and logistics. The website will include information about the program, pictures and videos, student writing, reading materials, and event information. Recruitment will involve helping to recruit WLA students, and other HS students from around the District, to join Speak Truth conversations. Facilitation and logistics will involve leading discussions, and supporting the seminars (sign-ins, room setup, etc.) on the day of the events.||www.inspiredteaching.org||10am|
|City Arts + Prep PCS||Spotts||Mitchell Battle, Tauje Faison||2||Contact Information for the student and Emergency Contact information||705 Edgewood St NE, Washington, D.C. 20017||Erica Stottsemail@example.com||443-794-6536||Brandyn Marshallfirstname.lastname@example.org||912-401-9024||cityartspcs.org||12pm|
|CityBridge Education||Robinson||Steven James, Kevin Johnson||2||Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature, TBD--checking with our HR unit, but likely nothing burdensome||600 New Hampshire Ave, NW|
Washington, DC 20037
|Andrew Prattemail@example.com||404-358-1993||Rena Johnsonfirstname.lastname@example.org||CityBridge works with exceptional educators and entrepreneurs to bring the next generation of public schools to market in D.C. We provide early seed capital and connections to key networks to the leaders we select so they can devote themselves to developing their model, writing a business plan and charter application, and building a team.|
Based on interest and skills, interns will have the opportunity to support these strands of work, either by working with one team, or by rotating to different teams. The work of school incubation can feel like a start-up, so work and responsibilities are rarely fixed and regularly evolving:
Portfolio Development: Responsible for building our talent pipeline, this team researches, identifies, and recruits education entrepreneurs with the relentlessness, creativity, and acumen needed to build innovative schools to a high standard of excellence. Intern responsibilities could include research on potential school founders, data management, or events support.
School Incubation: Once entrepreneurs are selected into the CityBridge portfolio, the School Creation team provides tailored, technical supports to help them research and develop their new models, apply for a charter, and, ultimately, launch a brand new public school. Intern responsiblities could include knowledge management, school design program support, school design feedback, or tasks specific to what school founder needs while writing and preparing a charter application.
Portfolio Evaluation: The Portfolio Evaluation team uses a wide range of data to measure CityBridge’s impact and the progress of our portfolio partners. The team also analyzes data to ensure ongoing learning about how to support schools as they create models for student success. Intern resposibilities could include summarizing research or managing data.
Stewardship and Development: Stewardship oversees a strategy to build an engaged, informed network of the city's business, philanthropic, and civic leadership—largely through content and convenings focused on issues relevant to education, poverty, and race and equity. The team designs and executes a variety of events, including school tours, book discussions, speaker series, presentations, film screenings, etc. The Stewardship team works closely with the Development team—our fundraising engine—to cultivate and manage relationships with stewards and donors. Intern responsibilities could include event preparation and support.
|College Bound, Inc.||Love||Tanaiyah Faison, Blake McKinney||2||None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.||128 M Street, NW, Suite 220, Washington, DC 20001||Kenneth Wardemail@example.com||202-842-0858 x9||Caprice Kingfirstname.lastname@example.org||202-842-0858||The intern will assist will compiling information for the Academic Mentoring Program sites, entering data, and conducting research on colleges, scholarships, and college trends.||www.collegebound.org||10:00 AM|
|Congressman John Lewis||Huber||Jerome Foster II||1||None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.||343 Cannon House Office Building||Marcus Sawyers||Marcus.Sawyers@mail.house.gov||202-225-3801||Michael Collins||Michael.Collins@mail.house.gov||Still developing but most likely the intern will help with research, organization, and answering phones.||https://johnlewis.house.gov/||8:30am|
|Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton, Congressional District Office||Love||Precious Heard, Tyrel Rucker||2||Provide their Social Security Number/Social Security card, Provide a government issued photo ID, Have their photo taken||90 K Street NE Suite 100 Washington, DC 20002||Karen Owens||Karen.Owens@mail.house.gov||202-816-3149||Mr. Hazle Crawfordemail@example.com||202-365-2149||Students will provide assistance with day to day operations for the office.||Norton.house.gov||9am|
|CW&A, LLC||Love||Carter Blount, Demarco Sands, Jamal Sweat, Devin Williams||4||Provide a government issued photo ID, Provide a student work permit, Have their photo taken, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature||43 K Street NW, Washington, DC||Dr. Connell Wisefirstname.lastname@example.org||202-765-0260||Community Outreach (Associate Intern - HS)||www.wise-associates.com||11am|
|Dance Visions of Art||Remick||Brooke Ellison, Godel Sharp||2||None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.||3744 1/2 Hayes street NE Washington, DC 20019||BRITTANY Denise CLARKemail@example.com||240-784-9122||Interns are required to mentor, tutor and assist professional staff with entry level tasks.||www.dancevisionsofart.org||11:00 AM|
|DC Dream Center (Clover)||Remick||Jeavanni Walker||1||Provide a government issued photo ID, Complete electronic or ink fingerprinting||2826 Q St. SE|
DC Dream Center
|Ernest Clover IIIfirstname.lastname@example.org||301-267-1327||Louise Harveyemail@example.com||2025753337||As Executive Director they will work with me regarding:|
- Finances review
- Email management
I want someone who has the desire to learn administrative work. While this will be a main part of the work there are opportunities for hands on work like mailing items and general maintenance.
|DC Dream Center (Phillips)||Remick||Raven Cord||1||None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.||2909 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE, Washington, DC 20020||Tammy A. Phillipsfirstname.lastname@example.org||202-575-2909||Ernest Cloveremail@example.com||202-575-3337||Preparation for/Breakdown after activities at the house including prayer breakfasts, luncheons, fellowships and meetings; House and Yard Maintenance; Upkeep of social media postings||www.dcdreamcenter.com||10am|
|DC Dream Center (Slattery)||Remick||Valencia Nelson||1||Have their photo taken||2826 Q St. SE||Jason Slatteryfirstname.lastname@example.org||301-830-3503||Ernest Cloveremail@example.com||301-267-1327||Intern would assist with communications to current and prospective mentors, as well as mentee families. Intern would assist with written and phone communications.||www.dcdreamcenter.com||10:30am|
|DC Public Charter School Board||Wellborn||Micah Taylor||1||None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.||3333 14th St, NW, Suite 210, Washington, DC||Annie O'Brienfirstname.lastname@example.org||267-844-2947||Anne Tomkinsonemail@example.com||202-328-2668||The DC PCSB intern will design an internal marketing/branding campaign to inform/educate staff members about the roles and functions of the Finance, Operations, and Strategic Initiatives (FOSI) Team. The intern will use Microsoft Office and Adobe products to create posters, flyers, and other materials. We would love to host someone who likes to be creative and think outside the box to engage an audience. Some familiarity with those products will be helpful, but not essential. There will also be opportunities for guest posting on social media if the intern is interested. We are a DC government agency and our work is guided by our core values: commitment, care, excellence, initiative, reflection, and integrity.||https://www.dcpcsb.org/||8:30 AM|
|Department of Employment Services (DOES)||Remick||Dayquan Davis, Isaac Porter, Steven Tribbitt||3||Provide their Social Security Number/Social Security card, Provide a government issued photo ID, Have their photo taken, Interns may be required to report to Human Resources (not at DOES) to submit paperwork and receive their badge prior to starting the internship||4058 Minnesota Avenue, NE, Washington, DC 20019||Jacqueline Agustinfirstname.lastname@example.org||Kendrick Jacksonemail@example.com||202-821-7352||Interns are expected to: |
• Analyze different departments within DOES
• Conduct research
• Identify problems find solutions
• Be able to work independently and work well in teams
|Edlinguist Solutions LLC||Miller||Da'Jah Hemsley, Derriann Johnson||2||Provide a government issued photo ID, Have their photo taken, Complete paperwork requiring a school signature, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature, Complete an entrance exam (ie: proper use of work computers)||80 M Street SE, 1st Floor||Dr. LaNysha Adamsfirstname.lastname@example.org||202-779-4011||Social Media Marketing Intern: The marketing intern has the opportunity to define and develop wide-reaching marketing strategy. We are looking for creative, analytical thinkers who can use a combination of best-practices and innovative thinking to use Trello to expand a unique CRM and community management strategy to provide industry-leading experiences for our current and future clients. A passion and deep understanding for social media and major networks is key, as is a sense of curiosity, a sense of humor, and a "can-do" attitude.|
Essential Job Functions:
-Designing social media strategies to achieve marketing targets
-Managing, creating and publishing original, high quality content on social platforms
-Administering all company social media accounts to ensure up-to-date content
-Facilitate client-company communication (respond to queries, get reviews and organize chats and Q&A sessions)
-Prepare weekly and monthly reports on web traffic and ROI
-Monitor SEO and user engagement and suggest content optimization
-Communicate with industry professionals via social media to expand strong networks
|Education Forward DC||Wellborn||Demaya Jones||1||Provide a student work permit, Have their photo taken||1805 7th Street NW, 6th Floor Washington, DC 20001||Ryan Jonesemail@example.com||312-339-0902||Vicki Koussogloufirstname.lastname@example.org||202-830-3982||Support in operations and fundraising through administrative tasks.||http://edforwarddc.org/||9:00 AM|
|FOCUS||Wellborn||Andrea Andrade||1||None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns., Unless we are expected to pay them, we don't need paperwork||1436 U St NW, Suite 204, Washington, DC||Vanessa Arwa, Alison Collieremail@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org||202-812-2721||TBD||www.focusdc.org||9:30 AM|
|GW Center for Excellence in Public Leadership||Robinson||Sheyla Gyles||1||None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.||2033 K Street NW Suite 240, Washington, DC 20006||Samantha V. Luna Henryemail@example.com||202-994-5385||Gilda Cornejofirstname.lastname@example.org||202-994-0228||Employer Profile:|
The Center for Excellence in Public Leadership (CEPL) at The George Washington University brings 20 years of experience in cutting-edge leadership and management training in the public sector. The Center recently launched a Master’s of Professional Studies in Public Leadership with a Specialization in Multi-Sector Management, a blended-learning degree program that educated leaders to manage across government, private industry and non-profit services providers. Working with federal managers, CEPL also offers a standardized program that prepares leaders to step into senior executive positions, as well as customized programs to help address specific training needs for a variety of mid-level and executive level positions. In addition, CEPL partners with local and regional governments to offer Certified Public Manager programs that focus on skill development in areas such as leadership, communication, teamwork, and project management. For more information about the Center, the Master’s in Public Leadership, and upcoming training please visit. http://cepl.cps.gwu.edu/
The Office Assistant serves an integral role within the office providing overall office and program support. The Office Assistant will help plan and deliver several yearly leadership conferences as well as provide support to monthly programs. The position requires a mature individual who represents the Center in a positive light, takes initiative to accomplish Center programs and goals, is a good problem solver, and works well under pressure. This position involves opportunities to attend leadership conferences.
Specific duties include:
• Assist with all front-desk responsibilities such as answering phones, signing packages, organizing mail, and greeting clients and guests
• Keep office lobby and common areas clean and organized
• Assist in managing conferences and events including material preparation, transportation and conclusion session wrap-ups
• Assist with program administration including evaluation summaries and data entry
• Assist with certificate preparation and data entry
• Other duties as assigned.
|Howard University Hospital||Wellborn||Julie Bekono, Marcel Gabriel, Andrea Tribble, Antalia Wynn||4||Provide their Social Security Number/Social Security card, Provide health records, Take a TB test, Have their photo taken, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature, Complete application documents to include background check form, letters of reference, etc.||2041 Georgia Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC 20060||Cynthia C. Livingstonemail@example.com||202-865-4238||Natasha Whitefirstname.lastname@example.org||202-865-4236||Interns will be assigned based on areas of interest discussed during interview process.||www.huhealthcare.com||9am|
|Howard University Middle School of Mathematics and Science||Spotts||Malachi Flack||1||None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.||405 Howard Place NW, Washington, DC 20059||Deja Baskervilleemail@example.com||202-806-7725||Natasha Mettsfirstname.lastname@example.org||202-591-9520||https://hu-ms2.org||8:30am|
|International City and County Management Association (ICMA)||Love||Nashad Barksdale||1||None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.||777 N Capitol St NE|
|Adrienne Halpertemail@example.com||202-962-3535||Angela Perryfirstname.lastname@example.org||202-962-3650||ICMA has four internship spots available with the following teams:|
Grants and Contracts Administration – Learn the complexities of government and federal contracts and how ICMA is using federal or government funds to improve living conditions and impact communities around the world.
Human Resource and Administration – HR is a complex and necessary department in all organizations worldwide. With new online systems coming into place we are looking to have all our files converted from paper to digital files, while following federal guidelines of record keeping.
Corporate and Donor Relations – The corporate and donor relations intern will be responsible for creating a database of corporate prospects based on a competitive analysis of peer organization partners. The ideal intern candidate will be internet search savvy, detail oriented and interested in learning about private corporation strategic plans. The format will be provided by supervisor and intern will be responsible for the data entry and edits to existing prospects.
Technology, Engineering and Data – The individual will assist in the establishment of an urban data community of practice, and enhancement of business operations across the Technology Engineering and Development (TED) office.
|Jefferson Academy Middle School||Miller||Aariana Scott||1||None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns., Meet with me and the building manager about the internship and expectations||801 7th Street, SW, Washington, DC||Langston Tingling-Clemmonsemail@example.com||202-744-4148||Crystal Hines||Crystal.firstname.lastname@example.org||Student will offer support in grading papers, must mentor 1 student at the school, and other administrative tasks for the school.||http://profiles.dcps.dc.gov/Jefferson+Middle+School+Academy||8:30 AM|
|Kid Power Inc||Love||Rushea Davis, Prince Onwuvuche, Victor Phillips||3||Take a TB test, Complete electronic or ink fingerprinting, Complete paperwork requiring a school signature, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature||755 8th Street NW||Curtis Leitchemail@example.com||907-330-7695||Jessica Truittfirstname.lastname@example.org||805-450-6195||Prospective WLA interns would be expected to support one of Kid Power's elementary after-school programs every Friday at either Barnard Elementary, J.O. Wilson Elementary, or Stanton Elementary School. Interns would be paired with a classroom to provide assistance with homework help, subject specific tutoring, and engaging with students during elective based enrichment activities.||www.kidpowerdc.org||3-6pm|
|LAYC||Wellborn||Rickya Stewart||1||Provide a student work permit, Take a TB test, Complete paperwork requiring a school signature, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature||1419 Columbia Rd, NW, Washington, DC||George Garciaemail@example.com||202-319-1238||AJ Kingfirstname.lastname@example.org||202-319-2225||Our intern would be trained in out CTRL testing program to offer HIV,STI,and pregnancy testing and how to document that information||http://www.layc-dc.org/||12:00 PM|
|LearnServe International||Spotts||Drew Brown, Byron Richardson, Amaiya Walker||3||None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.||641 S St. NW 3rd Floor||Lauren Jordan||Lauren@learn-serve.org||248-890-6234||Our projects happen on a rolling base. We would have more information closer to the actual start of process. Many of our projects involve research and design of new initiatives as well as support in the implementation of current processes.||Learn-serve.org||9am|
|Lee Montessori Public Charter School||Spotts||Essence Corbin, Kevin Ford||2||None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.||3025 4th Street||Darien Nolinemail@example.com||202-779-9740||Megan Hubbardfirstname.lastname@example.org||202-779-9740||An intern will support Lee Montessori in the area of administrative school operations and expansion, particularly in the area of communications, parent and student engagement, and general administrative tasks. An intern would work primarily with the school leadership team providing exposure to the high level decisions making process of a charter school. An intern also would have a choice in the areas they would like to develop and learn.||www.leemontessori.org||8:30am|
|Mayor's Office on Latino Affairs||Wellborn||Yessenia Aguilar||1||None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.||2000 14th St NW Washington, DC 20009 Suite 20009||Ingrid Gutierrezemail@example.com||202-671-2823||Julio Guity-Guevarafirstname.lastname@example.org||202 671 2827||Intern will assist with front desk and outreach department.||ola.dc.gov||10am|
|National Museum of Natural History (Q?rius)||Huber||Jamiah Cluff, Te'Jon Roy, Dagmawit Zeleke||3||Provide a government issued photo ID, Complete electronic or ink fingerprinting, Have their photo taken, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature, Complete an entrance exam (ie: proper use of work computers)||1001 Constitution Ave NW Washington DC||Ben Taylor||QCrewNMNH@si.edu||202-633-4588||Nicole Websteremail@example.com||202-633-1078||WLA Teen Volunteers will act as the passionate and enthusiastic face of the Museum, greeting and orienting visitors from around the world to Q?rius, the Coralyn W. Whitney Science Education Center at the National Museum of Natural History. In Q?rius they will encourage visitor exploration of natural history science and culture with fun, experimental and creative hands-on activities, and a collection of 6,000 objects. Duties: |
•Greets and orients visitors to Q?rius
•Encourages visitor exploration in fun, experimental, and creative activities in Q?rius
•Serves as an ambassador to engage fellow teens in interactive, science-based activities
|ONE DC||Spotts||Michael Houck, Christopher Scott||2||None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.||614 S St NW, Rear Carriage House, Washington, DC, 20001||Claire Cookfirstname.lastname@example.org||202-232-2915||Kelly Iradukundaemail@example.com||202-232-2915||ONE DC is seeking a creative and dynamic individual with a genuine interest in learning about and getting on-the-ground experience with community organizing. Interns can expect to:|
1. Support organizing strategy for the People's Platform, Right to Housing and/or Black Workers Center campaigns while collaborating with DC residents and workers, ONE DC staff, and ONE DC members
2. Recruit and develop relationships with ONE DC members by conducting outreach via phone banking, one-on-one visits, and neighborhood door-knocking.
3. Assist in the planning and implementation of ONE DC organizational events.
4. Support leadership development of ONE DC members, DC residents and workers.
5. Perform organizing campaign related administrative tasks, such as updating the Nation Builder database, ONE DC website, or social media as needed.
6. Research topics and legislation related to housing or work-related issues.
7. Attend staff meetings and planning sessions
|Partners of the Americas||Robinson||Jonma Mclean, Adrian Phillips||2||Provide their Social Security Number/Social Security card, Provide a government issued photo ID, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature||1424 K Street NW, Suite 700||Summar Lyonsfirstname.lastname@example.org||202-524-5563||Penelope Kimemail@example.com||202-637-6213||1 Intern will support with administrative tasks with the Higher Education Team and 1 Intern will support the Communications team in raising the visibility of the organization’s impact on advancing social change in the Americas through collecting stories from members of the Partners’ network and preparing them for publication on our website, social media networks, newsletters, and other communications channels.|
· Track, monitor, and evaluate social media activity using analytics;
· Draft social media content for posting on Partners' channels;
· Assist with the preparation of Partners' events, publications and reports as needed;
· Research relevant topics to Partners;
· Draft and post articles and blogs;
· Support other units working on different programs and initiatives as needed.
· Understanding or personal interest in social change in the Americas (including Latin America and the Caribbean region);
· Eager to learn how to handle multiple tasks in the office and dynamic environment in various settings;
· Detail oriented;
· Interest and/or knowledge of communications, social media, journalism;
· Strong English communication, both oral and written; Spanish proficiency a plus but not required.
|Planned Parenthood Federation of America (Alfaro)||Robinson||Maria Flora Zamudio||1||Provide their Social Security Number/Social Security card, Provide a government issued photo ID, Provide a student work permit, Complete paperwork requiring a school signature, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature||1110 Vermont Ave, NW, Washington D.C. 20005||Jose Alfarofirstname.lastname@example.org||202-805-6865||Melissa Garciaemail@example.com||Scheduling meetings for the Deputy and Raiz Program Manager, creating and organizing electronic folders in G Drive, logging reimbursements for managers, and booking travel for managers. Students will work with teams focused on organizing and advocacy in the Latino and African American communities.||ppfa.org||9am|
|Planned Parenthood Federation of America (Bailey)||Robinson||Adara Mitchell||1||Provide their Social Security Number/Social Security card, Provide a government issued photo ID, Provide their birth certificate, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature||1110 Vermont Ave NW|
|Jamesa Baileyfirstname.lastname@example.org||202-207-6040||admin and project management support||https://www.plannedparenthood.org/||10am|
|Playworks||Robinson||Noah Barrett||1||Provide a government issued photo ID, Take a TB test, Complete electronic or ink fingerprinting||1411 K St NW, Suite 601, Washington, DC||Topher Anuzisemail@example.com||609-933-8467||Supporting program; tracking data; developing reports||playworks.org/dc||10:00 AM|
|President's Park/White House Visitor Center||Huber||Junior Alvarado Cabrera, Kyrie Belk, Aaliyah Simmons||3||Provide a government issued photo ID, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature||1450 Pennsylvania Ave NW Washington D.C.20230||Monamma AL-Ghuiyy, Natalie Jamison||Monamma_AL-Ghuiyy@NPS.GOV, Natalie_Jamison@partner.nps.gov||202.208.1631 X 211, 202.208.1631||INTRODUCTION:|
Located in the center of Washington DC Presidents Park includes the park land and surrounding gardens of the White House. As a member of the National Park Service, Presidents Park's mission is to "preserve the natural and cultural resources and values of the National Park System for the enjoyment, education, and inspiration of this and future generations." To achieve this goal you as a fellow are filling two positions during your fellowship:
Tour Line Facilitator: This position is located in a President’s Park. The primary purpose of this position is to help visitors prepare for their White House Tour.
Visitor Services: This position is located in a President’s Park. The primary purpose of this position is to help visitors with their visit to the White House Visitor Center.
MAJOR DUTIES (dependent upon station):
• Greet Visitors
• Answer questions about the White House Visitor Center
• Answer questions about the White House tour process
• Provide information about general local area
• Distribute President’s Park Jr Ranger booklets
• Assist with crowd control during busy times
• Provide informal talks to visitors as you walk around the White House Visitor Center
• Keep an eye out for unattended bags and inform ranger staff about suspicious activity
Tour Line Facilitator:
• Manage tour line flow into Sherman Park
• Maintain communication with the rest of staff
• Disseminate information regarding tours (such as delays)
• Answer visitor questions
• Remind visitors of White House prohibited items
• Pass out brochures and Jr Ranger books along tour line
• If there are people in line with later tour times, send them to the White House Visitor Center and as them to return 15 minutes prior to their tour time
• Provide short, on-the-spot interpretation, especially about Sherman Park
• Put groups of 10+ in alphabetical order to ease entry through US Secret Service check points
• Assist visitors with entry by maintaining 2 lines to US Secret Service checkpoints
|Restaurant Opportunities Center||Wellborn||Tamar Champion, Jeremiah Lambright||2||None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.||1100 Florida Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20010||Candace Cunninghamfirstname.lastname@example.org||202-812-0391||Sophie Miyoshiemail@example.com||Admin Assistant/ Jr. Organizer: Interns will assist with day to day office functioning and be trained to assist on staff Organizer and Lead Organizer with organizing and campaign needs.||www.rocunited.org||10:30 AM|
|Rooted and Sustained L.L.C.||Spotts||Michael Burns, Andy Garcia||2||Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature||We will know the site by November||RonDell Poolerfirstname.lastname@example.org||202-809-7475||Responsible for the cultivation and care of the landscaping and grounds surrounding public and private properties. Plants flowers, mows, pulls weeds, repairs structures, and maintains outside of building.|
-Perform groundskeeping and some building maintenance duties.
-Mow lawn using a push lawn mower and/ or weed wacker..
-Trim and edge around walks, flower beds, and fences.
-Landscape by planting seeds, seedlings, saplings, trees, flowers, grass, shrubs, and bushes.
-Apply natural/ organic deterrents to rid grounds of pests/ rodents.
-Apply natural/ organic fertilizer to ground to enhance growth.
-Shovel snow from walkways and sprinkle ice down to keep people from falling.
-Sweep walkway of debris.
-Cut small, low-hanging tree branches that are hazardous to tree and human health.
-Trim shrubs and pull weeds.
-Perform minor repairs and maintenance procedures on equipment utilized in groundskeeping.
-Install lawn furniture.
-Rake, mulch, and prune the grounds as needed.
-Install rock, lighting, water, and furniture as needed.
-Water plants and grass as needed.
-Care for established lawns by mulching, aerating, weeding, grubbing and removing thatch, and trimming and edging around flower beds, walks, and walls.
-Mix and spray or spread natural/ organic herbicides, or insecticides onto grass, shrubs, and trees, using hand or automatic sprayers or spreaders.
-Attach wires from planted trees to support stakes.
|Sitar Arts Center||Wellborn||Genae Johnson||1||Take a TB test||1700 Kalorama Rd. NW Suite 101 Washington, DC 20009||Megan Shortemail@example.com||202-797-2145||Loretta Thompsonfirstname.lastname@example.org||202-797-2145||-Assist with safety and structure of aftercare students in grades PreK4-8th.|
-Assist with snack, homework, and art classes.
-Create fun and engaging enrichment activities for students.
-Possibly assist with student pick up from neighboring schools.
-Additional Administrative duties as assigned (i.e. filing, organizing, assisting with planning community events, ordering supplies, etc.)
|SMYAL||Miller||Jaiana Dixon, Kevon (Riley) Walker||2||Provide a government issued photo ID, Complete paperwork requiring a school signature, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature||410 7th St. SE, Washington DC 20003||Rebecca Yorkemail@example.com||202-567-3165||Adalphie Johnsonfirstname.lastname@example.org||202-567-3162||SMYAL, Supporting and Mentoring Youth Advocates and Leaders, is an organization whose goal is to educate and empower young LGBTQ leaders and allies. SMYAL is dedicated to creating safe spaces for LGBTQ youth in the DC region. Youth applicants must be open and accepting of people who identify on the LGBTQ+ spectrum. |
Youth interns are expected to be on time, have a strong work ethic (or be willing to cultivate one!), and be respectful of all SMYAL staff and youth using the space.
|Sparkfund||Wellborn||Khalilah Sutton, DaMarRay Edwards||2||Provide a student work permit, Complete paperwork requiring a school signature, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature||1808 Adams Mill Rd. NW||Matt Boschemail@example.com||9703100811||Megan Fellowsfirstname.lastname@example.org||(570) 877-5508||Are you interested in how energy efficiency is helping to fight climate change? Do you wonder what sales organizations look like in the real world? Do you want to work at a software startup? If so, read on:|
Sparkfund is a startup with 45 employees based in Adams Morgan. Our mission is to combat climate change by helping companies across the country deploy more energy efficient technology like LEDs, HVAC, electric vehicles, and batteries. The energy industry is changing rapidly and we are on the front lines of that change! Also... we provide lunch for everyone on Friday's :). Here's a 90 second video that talks about what we do: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCjftsXFy9o
We are hiring an Intern to work directly with the Director of Strategic Partnerships to help us partner with the largest energy providers in the country. This role would include the following potential work (but we are open and flexible based on your interests):
1) Assist in conversations with companies that drive more than $1Billion in revenue
2) Help research potential new companies to partner with
3) Modify and build financial analyses
4) Produce marketing material that will be sent out to customers
5) Learn the basics of sales
6) Interact with business software like Salesforce, Excel, PowerPoint
This role is a good fit for you if you:
A) Want you to take on real challenges for us. This is not a “run-and-get-coffee” role.
B) Have a passion for problem solving. We are open to creative solutions, and the best idea wins.
C) Are interested in the energy industry, energy efficiency, finance, or startups.
|STEMLY||Miller||Zoe Valladares||1||None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.||80 M St. SE Washington, DC 20003||Devon Rollinsemail@example.com||202-999-6611||Duane Rollinsfirstname.lastname@example.org||757-448-7007||www.stemly.org||9:30am|
|Studio27 Architecture||Robinson||Curtis Barnes||1||None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.||1600 K Street, NW, Suite 800, Washington, DC||Claire Barrowsemail@example.com||202-939-0027||The student will be completing tutorials and small projects to learn AutoCAD 2D drafting software.||https://www.studio27arch.com/||10:00 AM|
|The Council of the District of Columbia, Office of Councilmember McDuffie||Huber||Zania Rogers||1||Provide a government issued photo ID, Have their photo taken, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature||1350 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Suite 506 Washington, DC 20004||Barbara Mitchell||Bmitchell@dccouncil.us||202-724-8028||Marita Riddick -Crawford||mcrawfordriddick@DCCOUNCIL.US||202-724-8028||Council interns work in the offices of the Ward and At-Large members of the Council. Positions are usually given to High school and college students who require hours for school or community service. However, these position are unpaid. By observing the Council firsthand, they develop political awareness and job skills. Council interns provide administrative assistance to members of the Council and their staff, attend meetings and interface with constituents.||Http://dccouncil.us/council/kenyan-mcduffie||10am|
|Total Family Care Coalition||Miller||Jordan Brooks||1||None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.||1214 I St SE #11, Washington, D.C. 20003||gail firstname.lastname@example.org||gail email@example.com||202-747-8878||working with our peer support workers in the office helping to link families and youth to community resouces||totalfamilycarecoalition.org||9am|
|Two Rivers PCS||Love||Kimberlin Lazo Gonzalez||1||None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.||1234 4th St., NE Washington DC 20002||NaKeisha Jones-Heltonfirstname.lastname@example.org||202-543-8477||Tarik Cranstonemail@example.com||202-543-8477||www.tworiverspcs.org||8:30 AM|
|United Planning Organization (UPO)||Miller||William Dickens, John Scott||2||Provide a government issued photo ID, Have their photo taken, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature, UPO Orientation||2907 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave, SE, Washington, DC||Bernardette Ferrellfirstname.lastname@example.org||202-231-7945||Ayana Biasemail@example.com||202-231-7946||JOB RESPONSIBILITIES|
Intern will be responsible in supporting special projects that aid the Executive Office.
Participant will be responsible for assisting the staff in the development and pursuit and cultivation of UPO projects and programs. Some tasks needed:
• Data Entry and filing
• Assembling application packages
• Compiling inventory of office supplies
• Proven verbal and written communication skills; outstanding organizational skills
• Computer literate
• Proven research skills
• Ability to think creatively and problem solve
• Thrives in a fast paced, deadline-driven environment
• Calm demeanor under pressure
• Self-starter and ability to work independently
|U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Office of Land and Emergency Management||Huber||Jermia Ivy, Savion Triplett||2||Provide their Social Security Number/Social Security card, Provide a government issued photo ID, Provide their birth certificate, Complete electronic or ink fingerprinting, Have their photo taken, Complete paperwork requiring a school signature, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature||1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington DC 20460||Donnell Carterfirstname.lastname@example.org||202-564-6122||Carolyn McDonaldemail@example.com||(202) 566-0182||The student will work on new short-term projects focused on administrative task, data collection and summary writing. The projects will require the use and application of data collection, research, and analytical skills.||www.epa.gov, or https://www.epa.gov/aboutepa/about-office-land-and-emergency-management||9am|
|Village Capital||Robinson||Bobbi Johnson||1||None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns., Documentation from parent authorizing student to engage in internship||1101 K St. NW, Suite 920, Washington, DC 20001||Branden Houserfirstname.lastname@example.org||850-758-7923||Dahler Battleemail@example.com||"-Intern will learn our methodology for evaluating and selecting companies to invest in.|
-Use data-bases to locate companies with diverse founders with great ideas in often overlooked geographies. "
|Wards 7 & 8 DC Prevention Center||Remick||Deonte Johnson, Mya Osborne, Myria Osborne||3||Provide a government issued photo ID||3939 Benning Road NE||Steven Hazel, MSW, CPSfirstname.lastname@example.org||202-422-1305||Orlando Barker, Phdemail@example.com||202-553-2303||Community Mobilizer/Health Educator - job description/outline of expectations is currently under revision and will be provided as soon as revisions are made final.||www.brixcinc.org/ward-78-prevention-center||12pm|
|Young Ladies of Tomorrow||Love||Indiae Gill, Tierra Smith, Kharis Spencer||3||None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.||128 M St. NW, Washington, DC||Helen Wadefirstname.lastname@example.org||202-332-7184||ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT |
Job Description :
-General filing, copying, and scanning
-Assisting in the maintenance of agency archive and file system
-Occasional report (Summaries) composition
-Program attendance maintenance, Use the internet for research
- Use computer applications such as Microsoft Office
- Engage in community service projects