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 Title Semester School Posted View
The Office of Congressman Elijah E. Cummings (D-MD 7th) is seeking highly motivated candidates to join his Washington, D.C. office for an internship beginning in December and continuing through the Spring Semester. Spring All 10/29/2014 [-]

The Office of Congressman Elijah E. Cummings (D-MD 7th) is seeking highly motivated candidates to join his Washington, D.C. office for an internship beginning in December and continuing through the Spring Semester. Candidates should be organized, professional, quick learners, team players and approach new challenges with a positive attitude.
To apply for this position, please send an email to Brett.Cozzolino@mail.house.gov with a resume, cover letter, and a short writing sample.
REPORTS TO: Intern Coordinator/Supervisor
CORE RESPONSIBILITIES:
• To assist in performing research, processing incoming mail, data entry, reception duties, and other office errands.
DUTIES:
• Performs research (CRS, the Library of Congress);
• Sorts and distributes mail through Intranet Quorum;
• Performs data entry, which includes logging in letters and constituent requests, including names and addresses of constituents;
• Answers the telephones
• Greets visitors and signs for deliveries; and
• Performs other duties as assigned by the Intern Supervisor.

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): Spring

Date inactive: 11/30/2014

Maryland Job Network Intern Positions All 9/19/2014 [-]

Below is a list of internships. If you would like more infromation click on the provided link.

Available Intern Openings:


Intern Title: Entry Level Sales Trainee

Location: Nottingham, MD

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Entry-Level-Sales-Trainee-e-ADP-l-Nottingham,-MD-jobs-j8815880.html


Intern Title: Research Intership at Brookings Institution

Location: Washington, DC

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Research-Internship-e-Brookings-Institution-l-Washington,-DC-jobs-j8823432.html


Intern Title: Administrative Internship-Front Office

Location: Chantilly, VA

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Administrative-Internship--Front-Office-e-Integrity-Applications-Incorporated-l-Chantilly,-VA-jobs-j8819854.html 


Intern Title: Design Engineer Intern

Location: Washington, DC

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-DESIGN-ENGINEER-INTERN-e-MC-Dean-l-Washington,-DC-jobs-j8843290.html


Intern Title: Transportation Engineering Intern

Location: Washington, DC

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Transportation-Engineering-Intern-e-HDR-Inc-l-Washington,-DC-jobs-j8822007.html


Intern Title: Engineer

Location: Merrifield, VA

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-InternEngineer-e-General-Dynamics-Advanced-Information-Systems--Fidelis-l-Bethesda,-MD-jobs-j8816111.html


Intern Title: Project Management Inter (year round)

Location: Merrifield, VA

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Project-Management-Intern-Year-Round-e-Navy-Federal-Credit-Union-l-Merrifield,-VA-jobs-j8845549.html


Intern Title: Technical Intern

Location: Chantilly, VA and Reston, VA

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Technical-Intern-e-Engility-Corporation-l-Chantilly,-VA-jobs-j8811898.html


Intern Title: Fall/Spring Intern Health Care Reform

Location: Washington, DC

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-FallSpring-Intern-Healthcare-Reform-e-Avalere-Health-LLC-l-Washington,-DC-jobs-j8817411.html


Intern Title: Business to Business Territory Sales Representative with Base Salary and Commission

Location: Nottingham, MD

For more infromation: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Business-to-Business-Territory-Sales-Representative-with-Base-Salary-and-Commiss-e-ADP-l-Nottingham,-MD-jobs-j6010241.html


 

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s):

Date inactive: 12/30/2014

Event planning in Ocean City, MD All All 9/2/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: The Red Doors Community Center

Street Address: 302 N. Baltimore Ave Ocean City MD

Website: http://reddoors.org/

Contact Person: Fawn Mete

Description Of Internship: event planning, assisting instructors, administrative support, desktop publishing

Qualifications: Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite (esp Excel, Word, and Publisher) -Creativity -Attention to detail Open to all majors, but may be a great fit for: Public Relations, Communications, Education, Business, English, Social Work

Application Procedures: Please send an email introducing yourself with a resume attached to fawn@reddoors.org.

Rate Of Pay: unpaid

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 7/31/2015

Oak Ridge Baptist Church-Internship Fall All 7/14/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Oak Ridge Baptist Church

Street Address: 361 Tilghman Rd

City: Salisbury

State: MD

Zip Code: 21804

Website: www.orbc.net

Contact Person: Angel Adams

Email: aadams@orbc.net

Phone: 410-924-7868

When Is Internship: Fall

Description Of Internship: Assist with general communications, website updates and graphic arts at Oak Ridge Baptist Church

Qualifications: Web design, graphic art skills, social media, communication.

Application Procedures: Email Resume

Rate Of Pay: Unpaid

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): Fall

Date inactive: 7/14/2015

White House Internship All All 7/9/2014 [-]

The White House Internship Program provides a unique opportunity to gain valuable professional experience and build leadership skills. This hands-on program is designed to mentor and cultivate today’s young leaders, strengthen their understanding of the Executive Office and prepare them for future public service opportunities.

The White House Internship Program’s mission is to make the “People’s House” accessible to future leaders from around the nation.

The application for the Spring 2015 White House Internship Program is now open.

The application period for the White House Internship Program is now open. The application deadline for the Spring 2015 program is September 7, 2014.

All application materials, including recommendations, must be submitted on or before the application deadline.

http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/internships/apply

Am I eligible to apply for a White House Internship?

Applicants must be U.S. citizens, 18 years of age on or before the first day of the internship, and meet at least one of the following criteria:

  • Currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program at a college, community college, or university (two-to-four year institution)
  • Graduated from an undergraduate or graduate program at a college, community college, or university (two-to-four year institution) no more than two years before the first day of the internship
  • A veteran of the United States Armed Forces who possesses a high school diploma or its equivalent and has served on active duty, for any length of time, in the two years preceding the first day of the internship

Am I available for the White House Internship Program?

All White House Interns are expected to intern full-time for the entire term of the program.

  • The White House Internship Program is an unpaid program
  • Interns will be expected to work from approximately 9:00 AM-6:00 PM, Monday-Friday
  • Hours may vary by office

Do I have all my application materials?

A completed packet includes:

  • Two Essays: Each answer should be between 300-500 words in length
  • Current Resume: Your resume should not exceed one page
  • Two Letters of Recommendation

How do I submit my application correctly?

  • All application materials must be submitted online.
  • All application materials, including recommendations, must be submitted on or before the application deadline.

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 7/9/2015

Internships.com All All 5/8/2014 [-]

internships.com

http://www.salisbury.edu/careerservices/Students/Internships/Newsletter.html

Discover Internships

77,548 internship positions from 51,760 companies
located in 6,300 cities across all 50 states. 

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 5/1/2016

Internships in India All All 3/24/2014 [-]

Connectinc.in - Internships in India.  Discover India and gain practical 'on-the-job' experience in your chosen field in one of the world's most dynamic economies:  Accounting, Advertising, Marketing & PR, Architecture, Interior Design, & Real Estate, Consulting, Education, Event Management, Fashion, Film, Finance, Healthcare, HR, Information Technology, International Business, Journalism, Law, Manufacturing, Medical, NGOs, Pharmaceutical, Photography, Publishing, Sport.

6, 8, or 12 week internships in India: practical international experience leveraging our local expertise.  A Salisbury native is a Managing Partner of Connectinc.

 

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 9/9/2015

ISA-International Internships All All 2/21/2014 [-]

 ISA-International Studies Abroad-Service-learning programs and internships for academic programs/credit

Belgium, Colombia, England, Italy, Peru, South Korea,Brazi,l Costa Rica, India, Jordan, Scotland, Spain,Chile, Dominican Republic, Ireland, Morocco, South Africa. 


   Choose from set start dates for a 4, 6, 8 or 12 week program
   Participants will not attend classes but work full-time up to 15–35 hours per week.
   Placement eligibility determined by a language interview (country specific), resume, and cover letter upon application.
   Placements have no affiliation with host university
   Participants will develop a Portfolio throughout the program, documenting projects, hours and program activities
   Ideal for independent participants with a high level of personal initiative who are comfortable working with minimal supervision

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 1/1/2016

Internships in Barcelona, Dublin, London, Rome, Shanghai, and Sydney. All All 2/21/2014 [-]

IES Abroad- Develop your professional skills and provide substantive work experience to jump-start your career in today’s competitive job market.  You are guaranteed* a placement at a local business or organization and take a corresponding academic seminar—all as part of your study abroad course load. Earn 1 to 9 credits, depending on the program.  In the summer, you can opt to participate in one of our full-time internship programs in Barcelona, Dublin, London, Rome, Shanghai, and Sydney.

 

http://www.iesabroad.org/study-abroad/internships

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 1/1/2016

Internships in Thailand All All 10/31/2013 [-]

http://www.internshipsthailand.com/

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 1/1/2015

Communication/Marketing/Management Intern Fall Spring Summer All 7/8/2013 [-]

Assist in day to day operations including but not limited to:
-school and customer communication
-creating newsletters, writing stories and conducting interviews
-Assist in on-site marketing .
Qualifications:
Must be outgoing, organized and have a great personality.
Majors: Communications Business Management Marketing Exercise Science Etc.
Application Procedures:
Please email resume to Adam Manning. Adam@HappyFeetDelmarva.com. We will set up an interview.
email: Adam@HappyFeetDelmarva.com

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): Fall Spring Summer

Date inactive: 6/30/2314

Alerts for Fulton Majors

 Title Semester School Posted View
The Office of Congressman Elijah E. Cummings (D-MD 7th) is seeking highly motivated candidates to join his Washington, D.C. office for an internship beginning in December and continuing through the Spring Semester. Spring Fulton 10/29/2014 [-]

The Office of Congressman Elijah E. Cummings (D-MD 7th) is seeking highly motivated candidates to join his Washington, D.C. office for an internship beginning in December and continuing through the Spring Semester. Candidates should be organized, professional, quick learners, team players and approach new challenges with a positive attitude.
To apply for this position, please send an email to Brett.Cozzolino@mail.house.gov with a resume, cover letter, and a short writing sample.
REPORTS TO: Intern Coordinator/Supervisor
CORE RESPONSIBILITIES:
• To assist in performing research, processing incoming mail, data entry, reception duties, and other office errands.
DUTIES:
• Performs research (CRS, the Library of Congress);
• Sorts and distributes mail through Intranet Quorum;
• Performs data entry, which includes logging in letters and constituent requests, including names and addresses of constituents;
• Answers the telephones
• Greets visitors and signs for deliveries; and
• Performs other duties as assigned by the Intern Supervisor.

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): Spring

Date inactive: 11/30/2014

Quiet Resorts Charitable Foundation seeks Intern in Bethany Beach, DE Fall Spring Fulton 10/28/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Quiet Resorts Charitable Foundation

Street Address: P.O. Box 354 Bethany Beach DE 19930

Website: www.qrcf.org

Contact Person: Brigit Taylor

When Is Internship: Fall, Spring

Description Of Internship: Assist with annual fundraisers. Assist with promotion, auction items, volunteers, set up. Intern is needed immediately to assist with December 6th event (Dinner/silent and live auction in downtown Bethany Beach) and New Year's Day event (5K and 10K race in downtown Bethany Beach). Must be able to attend both events. Spring event tasks will commence in early February.

Qualifications: Able to multi task, organized, likes to work with people, no task too small. Media design and event planning skills a plus!

Application Procedures: All interested parties can send resumes to Brigit Taylor at Brigit.taylor@resortquest.com

Rate Of Pay: Unpaid

Inactivation Date: April 10, 2015

Schools: Fulton Seidel

Semester(s): Fall Spring

Date inactive: 4/10/2015

Business Office Assistant All Fulton 10/17/2014 [-]

Job Title: Business Office Assistant
Dorchester Family YMCA
201 Talbot Avenue
Cambridge, Maryland 21613
Website:  Dorchester County Family YMCA; http://www.dorchesterymca.org/
ContactPerson:
Sandi Whitehurst/Health & Wellness Director
email: swhitehurst@dorchesterymca.org
Phone: 410-221-0505
Semesters:  All
Description Of Internship:
Job Title: Business Office Assistant Reports to: Chief Operations Officer POSITION SUMMARY: Under the direction and supervision of the Chief Operations Officer (COO), the Office Manager shall be responsible for all day to day functioning of back office activities related to accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, personnel, and general office/business systems as designated by the COO. The Office Manager is also responsible and accountable for record keeping, reports and daily deposits as well as providing direct assistance to the CEO with respect to fundraising and record keeping. The Office Manager works as part of the Senior Management Team to deliver professional customer service and relationship building skills to create a welcoming environment at the YMCA. The incumbent will also exhibit the core values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility in all aspects of their work with the YMCA. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: ● Enter A/P into Quickbooks Monthly ● Donation Reports ● Annual Invoices ○ Returns claimed in daxko ○ Letters sent ● Send Kenny Kreiser and JoAnn staff birthday lists ● Daxko A/R collections ● Billing- Program Billing Quarterly ● Run Redwoods reports for senior managers As Needed ● Contributions ○ Enter into Daxko ○ Generate thank you letters ○ Work with senior managers to ensure they are following the appropriate procedures to ensure accurate record keeping. ● Sponsorship letters (printed and mailed)- Pool banners, Basketball, Soccer ● Maintain donor and sponsor files ● New Employee manage process ○ Ensure packet is complete ○ Enter into Paycom ○ Order name tags ○ Assist senior managers with new hire trainings and user access as applicable ○ Daxko ○ Security System ○ Paycom time clock ○ Email ● Run background checks for new employees ● Maintain updated employee benefits manual ● Maintain employee email lisT Office ● Phone system (maintenance calls etc.) ● Copy machine (maintenance calls, supplies etc.) ● Maintain / Update SOP binder ● Maintain business files ● Maintain HR files YMCA COMPETENCIES: Mission Advancement: Models and teaches the Ys values. Ensures a high level of service with a commitment to changing lives. Provides employees with orientation, training, development, and recognition. Cultivates relationships to support fund-raising. Collaboration: Champions inclusion activities, strategies, and initiatives. Builds relationships to create small communities. Empathetically listens and communicates for understanding when negotiating and dealing with conflict. Provides staff with feedback, coaching, guidance and support. Operational Effectiveness: Provides others with frameworks for making decisions. Develops plans and manages best practices through engagement of team. Holds staff accountable for high-quality results using a formal process to measure progress. Personal Growth:Shares new insights. Facilitates change; models adaptability and an awareness of the impact of change. Utilizes non-threatening methods to address sensitive issues and inappropriate behavior or performance. Has the functional and technical knowledge and skills required to perform well; uses best practices and demonstrates up-to-date knowledge and skills in technology. Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk; reach with hands or arms; lift and/or move up to 25 pounds; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, or crawl. The employee is frequently required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and talk or hear. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus. QUALIFICATIONS: Strong communication, customer service and problem solving skills. Organizational and supervisory skills, good understanding of administrative procedures and organization, maintenance of accurate records and computer services. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to maintain harmonious relationships with the staff, volunteers, YMCA members and the general public is essential. A willingness to commit to the mission of the YMCA. Ability to actively listen. Typical requirements within 30 days of hire include completion of: Child Abuse Prevention for Supervisory Staff; CPR; First Aid; AED; Bloodborne Pathogens. Fulfillment of state-specific hiring standards (if any) and completion of YMCA program specific certifications. Ability to relate effectively to diverse groups of people from all social and economic segments of the community.
Qualifications:
Strong communication, customer service and problem solving skills. Organizational and supervisory skills, good understanding of administrative procedures and organization, maintenance of accurate records and computer services. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to maintain harmonious relationships with the staff, volunteers, YMCA members and the general public is essential. A willingness to commit to the mission of the YMCA. Ability to actively listen. Typical requirements within 30 days of hire include completion of: Child Abuse Prevention for Supervisory Staff; CPR; First Aid; AED; Bloodborne Pathogens. Fulfillment of state-specific hiring standards (if any) and completion of YMCA program specific certifications. Ability to relate effectively to diverse groups of people from all social and economic segments of the community.
Application Procedures:
Email Sandi Whitehurst
Rate Of Pay: unpaid

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 11/15/2014

Development Associate All Fulton 10/17/2014 [-]

Job Title: Development Associate
Dorchester Family YMCA
201 Talbot Avenue
Cambridge, Maryland 21613
Website:  Dorchester County Family YMCA; http://www.dorchesterymca.org/
Contact Person:
Sandi Whitehurst/Health & Wellness Director
email: swhitehurst@dorchesterymca.org
Phone: 410-221-0505
Semesters:  All
Description Of Internship:
Job Title: Development Associate Reports to: CEO POSITION SUMMARY: The Development Associate supports the CEO in the cultivation of members and donors, database management, special event planning, grant writing, file management, campaign and pledge correspondence and departmental reporting. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: General Administration 1. Maintain specialized database (Daxko) recording in-kind gifts and contributions. 2. Prepare management reports and mailing lists based on donor information. 3. Compose correspondence and produce pledge reminders and thank you letters accurately and in a timely fashion. 4. Complete in-house mailings as well as work with mail house on direct mail projects. Annual Campaign 5. Participate in the development of the campaign structure through which community-wide support for fundraising is achieved. 6. Assist the senior leadership team in reaching campaign goals through recruiting campaigners, making personal asks and supporting events. 7. Establish performance measures, monitor results and produce evidence that demonstrates the effectiveness of the campaign. 8. Maintain accuracy of campaign reporting structure in development database (Daxko). 9. Assist in Annual Campaign coordination and campaign training of staff and volunteers Special Events 10. Schedule meetings, take and distribute minutes, and track and manage the work of the committee. 11. Work closely with Event Chairs in the creation of meeting agendas and recruitment of committee members. 12. Work to ensure that all committee members participate and that assigned tasks are completed in a timely manner. 13. Coordinate with and oversee caterers, venues, and rental companies. 14. Complete raffle license application and reporting requirements. 15. Develop and steward relationships with event donors and sponsors. 16. Conduct an event evaluation at the conclusion of each event. Additional duties Model our YMCA values through fun, positive relationships with staff and members. Seek every opportunity to encourage, motivate and thank fellow staff members for their work. Be enthusiastic toward members and staff by learning their names and expressing an interest in their YMCA activities. Incorporate caring, honesty, respect, responsibility, into all aspects of the position, to ensure YMCA values are being integrated into our culture and programs. Maintain a consistent professional image through dress, actions, and relationships with others. Speak enthusiastically on behalf of the YMCA at given opportunities. Participate in applicable training and conferences to further professional growth as outlined in annual training plans. Qualifications  Excellent organizational skills and the ability to multi-task when faced with competing deadlines and priorities  Demonstrated ability to effectively utilize Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point and donor tracking systems (Daxko preferred), word processing, spreadsheet and database programs  Demonstrated professionalism in both attitude and appearance.  Excellent written and oral communication skills.  Manage sensitive and confidential material with integrity.  Strong project management skills with timely and consistent attention to detail and follow-up  Self-motivated individual with the ability to function both independently and as an active team member Required  CPR/AED within 60 days of employment  Blood Borne Pathogen and Child Abuse Prevention training within 90 days of employment  Weekends required for Special Events (approximately 4-6 per year) Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk; reach with hands or arms; lift and/or move up to 25 pounds; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, or crawl. The employee is frequently required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and talk or hear. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.
Qualifications:
Excellent organizational skills and the ability to multi-task when faced with competing deadlines and priorities  Demonstrated ability to effectively utilize Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point and donor tracking systems (Daxko preferred), word processing, spreadsheet and database programs  Demonstrated professionalism in both attitude and appearance.  Excellent written and oral communication skills.  Manage sensitive and confidential material with integrity.  Strong project management skills with timely and consistent attention to detail and follow-up  Self-motivated individual with the ability to function both independently and as an active team member Required  CPR/AED within 60 days of employment  Blood Borne Pathogen and Child Abuse Prevention training within 90 days of employment  Weekends required for Special Events (approximately 4-6 per year) Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk; reach with hands or arms; lift and/or move up to 25 pounds; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, or crawl. The employee is frequently required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and talk or hear. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.
Application Procedures:
Email Sandi Whitehurst
Rate Of Pay: unpaid

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 11/15/2014

Special Events Marketing & Social Media Associate All Fulton 10/17/2014 [-]

Job Title: Special Events Marketing & Social Media Associate
Dorchester Family YMCA
201 Talbot Avenue
Cambridge, Maryland 21613
Website:  Dorchester County Family YMCA; http://www.dorchesterymca.org/
Contact Person:  Sandi Whitehurst/Health & Wellness Director
email: swhitehurst@dorchesterymca.org
Phone: 410-221-0505
DescriptionOfInternship:
Job Title: Special Events Marketing & Social Media Associate Reports to: CEO / Health & Wellness Director Revision Date: September 2014 POSITION SUMMARY: The Special Events Marketing & Social Media Associate supports the CEO and the Health & Wellness Director in the marketing of the organizations Special Events which include the Ys Commit 2B Fit launching in 2015 and the Heart of the Chesapeake Bike Tour in July 2015. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Work closely with CEO and Director in the creation of meeting agendas and recruitment of committee members. 2. Schedule meetings, take and distribute minutes, agenda preparation in conjunction with committee chairs, committee communication, track and manage the work of the committee. 3. Work to ensure that all committee members participate and that assigned tasks are completed in a timely manner. 4. Draft correspondence to donors and sponsors and coordinate mailing efforts. 5. Prepare copy and concepts for marketing and promotional materials including but not limited to materials, banners, t-shirts, event invitations, programs, and other event-related materials. 6. Draft press releases and human interest news articles and radio spots to promote events. 7. Manage social media aspects of the event including but not limited to facebook and twitter. 8. Create new and innovative ways to reach target markets (participants and sponsors) with the ultimate goal of fundraising in mind (i.e. blogs, virtual sponsor bags, etc.). 9. Complete raffle license application and reporting requirements. 10. Maintain Special Event budget, implementing and overseeing a process for expense and revenue tracking and keeping the committee chairs updated and informed. 11. Complete raffle license application when necessary and manage raffle proceeds, distribution, and collection process. 12. Conduct an event evaluation at the conclusion of each event with the committee members and participants. 13. Other duties as assigned. Additional Responsibilities Model our YMCA values through fun, positive relationships with staff and members. Seek every opportunity to encourage, motivate and thank fellow staff members for their work. Be enthusiastic toward members and staff by learning their names and expressing an interest in their YMCA activities. Incorporate caring, honesty, respect, responsibility, into all aspects of the position, to ensure YMCA values are being integrated into our culture and programs. Maintain a consistent professional image through dress, actions, and relationships with others. Speak enthusiastically on behalf of the YMCA at given opportunities. Participate in applicable training and conferences to further professional growth as outlined in annual training plans. Qualifications  Excellent organizational skills and the ability to multi-task when faced with competing deadlines and priorities  Demonstrated ability to effectively utilize Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point and donor tracking systems (Daxko preferred), word processing, spreadsheet and database programs  Demonstrated professionalism in both attitude and appearance.  Excellent written and oral communication skills.  Manage sensitive and confidential material with integrity.  Strong project management skills with timely and consistent attention to detail and follow-up  Self-motivated individual with the ability to function both independently and as an active team member Required  CPR/AED within 60 days of employment  Must be able to work the day of the event Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk; reach with hands or arms; lift and/or move up to 25 pounds; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, or crawl. The employee is frequently required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and talk or hear. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.
Qualifications:
Excellent organizational skills and the ability to multi-task when faced with competing deadlines and priorities  Demonstrated ability to effectively utilize Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point and donor tracking systems (Daxko preferred), word processing, spreadsheet and database programs  Demonstrated professionalism in both attitude and appearance.  Excellent written and oral communication skills.  Manage sensitive and confidential material with integrity.  Strong project management skills with timely and consistent attention to detail and follow-up  Self-motivated individual with the ability to function both independently and as an active team member
Application Procedures:
Email Sandi Whitehurst
Rate Of Pay: unpaid

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 11/15/2014

Multiple Paid Internship opportunities with the Wolf Trab Foundation Spring Summer Fulton 10/7/2014 [-]

Internship opportunties are in the fields: Production and Sound, Communications and Marketing, Development, Education Institute, and Human Resources

  • Positions are paid, part-time (18-21 hours/week), and 12-weeks long. Full-time positions available.
     
  • Gain project-based training and experience.
     
  • Work with staff and other interns on meaningful projects as an integral part of the Wolf Trap team.
     
  • Interact with Wolf Trap board members, patrons, and business leaders.
     
  • Flexible start and end dates.
     
  • Housing is the responsibility of the intern.
     
  • Wolf Trap Foundation is accessible by public transit, though personal transportation is recommended.

For more information and How to Apply: follow this link http://www.wolftrap.org/Education/Internships_for_College_Students/Application.aspx?utm_source=MagnetMail&utm_medium=Email&utm_term=cateb@wolftrap.org&utm_content=14EDU%20Spring%20Internship%20Eflyer&utm_campaign=Wolftrap%20Referrals%20Main 

 

Spring internships are due by November 1st!!!

Schools: Fulton Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): Spring Summer

Date inactive: 10/7/2015

Communications Internship Fulton 9/29/2014 [-]

Communications Internship

  • Supervisor Communications Manager
  • Job Title Communications Internship
  • Job Type Internship
  • Location Queenstown

Summary

Eastern Shore Land Conservancy (www.eslc.org), one of the most successful land trusts in the United States, seeks a part-time paid Communications intern to assist with publications, press releases, social media and website management.
ESLC is committed to preserving and sustaining the vibrant communities of the Eastern Shore and the lands and waters that connect them. Our strategic plan calls for a strong commitment to storytelling and outreach.
Requirements: The intern should exhibit strong writing, editing, and computer skills, including familiarity with social media, major search engines and WordPress. Design, photography, videography and layout skills are a plus.
Responsibilities: The intern will work directly with the Communications Manager to help tell the story of Eastern Shore Land Conservancy, support the varied work of the departments within ESLC, and communicate the work to the general public through traditional and new media. Responsibilities may also include drafting press releases, interviewing, taking photos or video, editing, design, and layout.

To Apply: send a cover letter and resume to hr@eslc.org

Schools: Fulton

Semester(s):

Date inactive: 12/31/2014

Intern for Warwick Fulfillment Solutions Fulton 9/29/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Warwick Fulfillment Solutions

Street Address: 4400 East New Market - Hurlock Road Hurlock, MD 21643

Website: www.warwickfulfillment.com

Contact Person: Chris Mushinsky

email: chris.mushinsky@warwickfulfillment.com

When Is Internship: Spring 2015

Description Of Internship: Intern will be assisting in the sales and marketing efforts of the company.

Qualifications: Verbal and written communication skills. Good computer skills and aptitude to learn sales tracking software. Sales aptitude. Marketing/business majors

Application Procedures: Send resume and relevant life/course of study experience including a cover letter to: hr@warwickfulfillment.com

Rate Of Pay: $10/hour

Inactivation Date: February 1, 2015

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s):

Date inactive: 1/30/2015

Walgreens Community Management Internship Summer Fulton 9/29/2014 [-]

 

Walgreens is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes individuals of diverse talents and backgrounds.
We promote and support a drug free workplace.
COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP
At Walgreens, we help people get, stay and live well. That’s our core purpose and the difference we make in people’s lives every day. Our purpose has shaped the direction of our company since Charles R. Walgreen Sr. founded his first drugstore in 1901, and it still does today.
Our team members make that purpose come to life in our over 7,800 stores in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, in our call centers, distribution centers, on-site clinics, specialty pharmacies and corporate offices. In fact, those daily demonstrations of our purpose have helped Walgreens become an industry leader and a household name.
Walgreens has something for everyone who wants to build a successful career. Here, you’ll find supportive co-workers, an innovative environment and the tools you need to grow your skills, help build healthy communities and advance your career.
As the nation's leading pharmacy, we seek professional individuals to fill key positions at Walgreens, ensuring our leadership and taking us to even higher levels of growth, profitability, innovation and customer service. Walgreens is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes individuals of diverse talents and backgrounds. Walgreens promotes and supports a drug-free and smoke-free workplace.
Ten weeks that could change your future! At Walgreens, you have the best of both worlds: the training, support and resources of one of America's largest retail organizations behind you, plus the encouragement to be a true entrepreneur. Because we want you to succeed in your retail career, we've created a comprehensive, step-by-step management development program (LEAP) that will equip you to become a Walgreens store manager, and from there — depending on your career goals — to move into higher levels of retail management at Walgreens.
The internship program is designed for college students to complete during the summer between their junior and senior years in school, exposes students to management skills and a full range of retail operations at Walgreens. Interns will work with experienced store managers to learn about store operations, management responsibilities, merchandising, advertising, inventory, and human resources. By the end of your ten-week internship, you'll know just what it means to manage a Walgreens store. It’s also an opportunity for us to seek exceptional students, prior to their senior year of college, to train for future management consideration. Lead, Engage, Advance, Perform (LEAP) is a comprehensive management development program including workshops, online learning and on the job coaching/mentoring preparing Assist Store Manager Trainees for a store management career path.
Get paid to learn! Minimum GPA: 2.75 The internship is conducted between the months of May through August. Interns are paid hourly $14.00 per hour Interns are scheduled for 40-hour work week
Apply online via www.walgreens.jobs.Walgreens is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes individuals of diverse talents and backgrounds.
We promote and support a drug free workplace.
COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP
At Walgreens, we help people get, stay and live well. That’s our core purpose and the difference we make in people’s lives every day. Our purpose has shaped the direction of our company since Charles R. Walgreen Sr. founded his first drugstore in 1901, and it still does today.
Our team members make that purpose come to life in our over 7,800 stores in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, in our call centers, distribution centers, on-site clinics, specialty pharmacies and corporate offices. In fact, those daily demonstrations of our purpose have helped Walgreens become an industry leader and a household name.
Walgreens has something for everyone who wants to build a successful career. Here, you’ll find supportive co-workers, an innovative environment and the tools you need to grow your skills, help build healthy communities and advance your career.
As the nation's leading pharmacy, we seek professional individuals to fill key positions at Walgreens, ensuring our leadership and taking us to even higher levels of growth, profitability, innovation and customer service. Walgreens is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes individuals of diverse talents and backgrounds. Walgreens promotes and supports a drug-free and smoke-free workplace.
Ten weeks that could change your future! At Walgreens, you have the best of both worlds: the training, support and resources of one of America's largest retail organizations behind you, plus the encouragement to be a true entrepreneur. Because we want you to succeed in your retail career, we've created a comprehensive, step-by-step management development program (LEAP) that will equip you to become a Walgreens store manager, and from there — depending on your career goals — to move into higher levels of retail management at Walgreens.
The internship program is designed for college students to complete during the summer between their junior and senior years in school, exposes students to management skills and a full range of retail operations at Walgreens. Interns will work with experienced store managers to learn about store operations, management responsibilities, merchandising, advertising, inventory, and human resources. By the end of your ten-week internship, you'll know just what it means to manage a Walgreens store. It’s also an opportunity for us to seek exceptional students, prior to their senior year of college, to train for future management consideration. Lead, Engage, Advance, Perform (LEAP) is a comprehensive management development program including workshops, online learning and on the job coaching/mentoring preparing Assist Store Manager Trainees for a store management career path.
Get paid to learn! Minimum GPA: 2.75 The internship is conducted between the months of May through August. Interns are paid hourly $14.00 per hour Interns are scheduled for 40-hour work week
Apply online via www.walgreens.jobs.

Job Description: At Walgreens, we help people get, stay and live well. That’s our core purpose and the difference we make in people’s lives every day. Our purpose has shaped the direction of our company since Charles R. Walgreen Sr. founded his first drugstore in 1901, and it still does today.

Our team members make that purpose come to life in our over 7,800 stores in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, in our call centers, distribution centers, on-site clinics, specialty pharmacies and corporate offices. In fact, those daily demonstrations of our purpose have helped Walgreens become an industry leader and a household name.

Walgreens has something for everyone who wants to build a successful career. Here, you’ll find supportive co-workers, an innovative environment and the tools you need to grow your skills, help build healthy communities and advance your career.

As the nation's leading pharmacy, we seek professional individuals to fill key positions at Walgreens, ensuring our leadership and taking us to even higher levels of growth, profitability, innovation and customer service. Walgreens is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes individuals of diverse talents and backgrounds. Walgreens promotes and supports a drug-free and smoke-free workplace.

Ten weeks that could change your future! At Walgreens, you have the best of both worlds: the training, support and resources of one of America's largest retail organizations behind you, plus the encouragement to be a true entrepreneur. Because we want you to succeed in your retail career, we've created a comprehensive, step-by-step management development program (LEAP) that will equip you to become a Walgreens store manager, and from there — depending on your career goals — to move into higher levels of retail management at Walgreens.

The internship program is designed for college students to complete during the summer between their junior and senior years in school, exposes students to management skills and a full range of retail operations at Walgreens. Interns will work with experienced store managers to learn about store operations, management responsibilities, merchandising, advertising, inventory, and human resources. By the end of your ten-week internship, you'll know just what it means to manage a Walgreens store. It’s also an opportunity for us to seek exceptional students, prior to their senior year of college, to train for future management consideration. Lead, Engage, Advance, Perform (LEAP) is a comprehensive management development program including workshops, online learning and on the job coaching/mentoring preparing Assist Store Manager Trainees for a store management career path.

Get paid to learn!

  • Minimum GPA: 2.75 
  • The internship is conducted between the months of May through August. 
  • Interns are paid hourly $14.00 per hour 
  • Interns are scheduled for 40-hour work week

How to Apply: Apply online via www.walgreens.jobs.

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): Summer

Date inactive: 12/31/2014

Mental Health Association of Montgomery County seeking Intern All Fulton 9/26/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Mental Health Association

StreetAddress: 1000 Twinbrook Pkwy Rockville, MD 20851

Website: www.mhamc.org

ContactPerson: Tracey McDonald

email: tmcdonald@mhamc.org

DescriptionOfInternship: Mental Health Association of Montgomery County (MHA) is seeking a creative and well-organized undergraduate or graduate student to assist the communications and development department with social media, research, blogging and outreach. This position is unpaid, and school credit can be provided. This position requires mostly telecommuting, with an on-site meeting once a week. Schedule will be flexible and based on the students class load. Students pursuing a degree in communications, public relations, journalism or marketing preferred. An interest in mental health is helpful. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Updating social media accounts (Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Google+, Twitter and Tumblr) News monitoring Research Assist with guest blogger recruitment Pitch and write blog posts Assist at events as needed Assist in collecting stories and pictures for marketing materials Outreach for My Mental Health Day campaign Perform other responsibilities, as needed

Qualifications: Communication, Journalism, Public Relations and Marketing are the preferred majors.

Application Procedures: Please email resume and cover letter to tmcdonald@mhamc.org

Rate Of Pay: unpaid

Schools: Fulton

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 11/26/2014

Maryland Job Network Intern Positions Fulton 9/19/2014 [-]

Below is a list of internships. If you would like more infromation click on the provided link.

Available Intern Openings:


Intern Title: Entry Level Sales Trainee

Location: Nottingham, MD

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Entry-Level-Sales-Trainee-e-ADP-l-Nottingham,-MD-jobs-j8815880.html


Intern Title: Research Intership at Brookings Institution

Location: Washington, DC

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Research-Internship-e-Brookings-Institution-l-Washington,-DC-jobs-j8823432.html


Intern Title: Administrative Internship-Front Office

Location: Chantilly, VA

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Administrative-Internship--Front-Office-e-Integrity-Applications-Incorporated-l-Chantilly,-VA-jobs-j8819854.html 


Intern Title: Design Engineer Intern

Location: Washington, DC

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-DESIGN-ENGINEER-INTERN-e-MC-Dean-l-Washington,-DC-jobs-j8843290.html


Intern Title: Transportation Engineering Intern

Location: Washington, DC

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Transportation-Engineering-Intern-e-HDR-Inc-l-Washington,-DC-jobs-j8822007.html


Intern Title: Engineer

Location: Merrifield, VA

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-InternEngineer-e-General-Dynamics-Advanced-Information-Systems--Fidelis-l-Bethesda,-MD-jobs-j8816111.html


Intern Title: Project Management Inter (year round)

Location: Merrifield, VA

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Project-Management-Intern-Year-Round-e-Navy-Federal-Credit-Union-l-Merrifield,-VA-jobs-j8845549.html


Intern Title: Technical Intern

Location: Chantilly, VA and Reston, VA

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Technical-Intern-e-Engility-Corporation-l-Chantilly,-VA-jobs-j8811898.html


Intern Title: Fall/Spring Intern Health Care Reform

Location: Washington, DC

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-FallSpring-Intern-Healthcare-Reform-e-Avalere-Health-LLC-l-Washington,-DC-jobs-j8817411.html


Intern Title: Business to Business Territory Sales Representative with Base Salary and Commission

Location: Nottingham, MD

For more infromation: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Business-to-Business-Territory-Sales-Representative-with-Base-Salary-and-Commiss-e-ADP-l-Nottingham,-MD-jobs-j6010241.html


 

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s):

Date inactive: 12/30/2014

IT Intern for Risk & Regulatory Consulting LLC in Baltimore, MD Fulton 9/17/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Risk & Regulatory Consulting LLC

Street Address: 100 International Drive Baltimore MD 21202

Website: http://www.riskreg.com/

Contact Person: Caren Davis

When Is Internship: Summer 2015

Description Of Internship: Consulting Intern IT Audit Summer 2015 Risk and Regulatory Consulting Risk and Regulatory Consulting is offering internships in Information Technology examination services to state insurance departments. These activities include but are not limited to evaluating whether appropriate internal controls are in place, that overall IT security is risk appropriate, that processing is efficient and accurate, and systems procedures are in conformity with company standards. Engagements may include examining some of the largest insurance companies in the country. Consulting interns assist in providing quality consulting services to RRC's clients by performing the duties and responsibilities listed below in an efficient and effective manner. Interns in the regulatory consulting practice would perform the following during their 10-12 week internship. Obtain a basic understanding of risk focused, traditional examinations and general IT Controls using the regulatory guidance provided by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) Become proficient in assisting with fieldwork related to financial examinations and analyzing risks inherit in technology operations. This includes using Teammate software to document our work and becoming familiar with the basic approach and objectives of State regulation of the insurance industry. Prepare, execute and document testing procedures and outcomes, perform detailed analysis and recognize relevant financial statement issues. Become familiar with and adhere to the Regulatory team's policies and procedures Perform examination procedures under the supervision of more experienced team members. Clear all points and complete the documentation in accordance with NAIC standards... Obtain working knowledge of software applications, which are routinely used. This would primarily be Teammate and ACL applications. Start to understand statutory accounting and the basic differences between statutory and GAAP. It is expected that this would be focused on the areas assigned as part of the summer internship. Analyze IT environment including: operating systems, applications, infrastructure, policies and procedures, etc. Identify and communicate any control issues, process inefficiencies, or operational risks and recommend appropriate solutions. Review and analyze new, proposed, or revised laws, regulations, policies, and procedures in order to interpret their meaning and determine impact to the company. RRC was formerly a business segment of McGladrey until 2012 when the separate legal entity was formed. RRC is a strategic business partner with McGladrey providing actuarial and insurance industry consulting services to McGladrey clients. Risk & Regulatory Consulting, LLC (RRC) is a national, leading professional services firm dedicated to providing exceptional regulatory services to clients. With over 70 experienced insurance professionals located in 22 states, we believe RRC is uniquely positioned to serve state insurance departments. We offer services in the following regulatory areas: financial examinations, market conduct examinations, insolvency and receiverships, actuarial services and valuations, investment analysis, reinsurance expertise, market analysis and compliance, and special projects. We are a results oriented firm committed to success that builds long term relationships with our clients. RRC is managed by six partners and our practice includes full time professionals dedicated to our regulatory clients. We are focused on listening to your needs and designing customized examination, consulting, and training solutions that address your needs. We bring multiple service lines together to provide superior and seamless service to our clients. We are committed to training our customers and our team. We have developed various comprehensive in house training programs that have been tailored to meet the needs of our regulatory clients. We offer competitive pricing, outstanding experience, credentials and references. RRC is an active participant in the NAIC, SOFE, and IRES.

Qualifications: IT

Application Procedures: Email resume to caren.davis@riskreg.com Please reference Salisbury University posting

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s):

Date inactive: 12/31/2015

Research Internship for Brookings Institution: Political Science and Economic Majors Spring Fulton 9/11/2014 [-]

Employer Name: Brookings Institution

Employer Description: The Center for Effective Public Management (CEPM) in the Governance Studies Program at Brookings examines American political and governance challenges and helps identify practical policy solutions. Reinvigorating the U.S. government - along with public and private sector leadership - is imperative for a more effective and capable society.

CEPM is currently accepting applications for spring internships. Spring internships run from January to May, though exact start and end dates are flexible. Please note that all positions are unpaid.

Job Title: Research Intern

Research topics include, but are not limited to: Implementation of public policy, e.g. health care reform and gun control, Issues in corporate governance, Organizational and political challenges to effective federal government management, Tracking congressional and primary races and tracking legislation, Political parties; electoral and institutional reform; federalism; and improving civic education and political media

Qualifications: Undergraduate students-especially juniors and seniors - and recent college graduates with backgrounds in public policy, political science, and economics are encouraged to apply. Our most successful interns have strong writing, analytical, and qualitative and quantitative research skills.

Internship Location: 1775 Massachusetts Ave, NW Washington, DC 20036

How to Apply: To apply for an internship, please send the following materials to Ms. Hillary Schaub at hschaub@brookings.edu with the subject line "Your name CEPM"
-A cover letter indicating specifically why you are interested in interning with the CEPM and your availability (number of days of a week available to work, and approximate start and end dates).
-A resume
-A brief (no more than 3 pages) writing sample.

To be guaranteed consideration, applications must be received by 5:00 P.M. EST on November 14, 2014. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis beginning then. Only those candidates selected for a phone interview will be contacted.

Schools: Fulton

Semester(s): Spring

Date inactive: 9/11/2015

Photo Internship for American Association for the Advancement of Science in Washington DC Fall Fulton 9/11/2014 [-]

Employer Name: American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

Employer Description: The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) with Science Magazine seeks a part-time, multimedia photo intern to join the Digital Media Group, to assist with sourcing compelling, high-quality imagery for our online content channels including: web, social and content feeds, and mobile applications. The successful candidate will work in a fast-paced news environment dealing with a combination of routine, weekly tasks and other immediate needs that may arise connected to breaking news.

Internship Title: Photo Internship

Major Duties and Responsibilities: Reads articles and collaborates with editors to quickly understand key points and the thread of stories. Independently researches suitable, high-quality, compelling and thematically relevant imagery to accompany online content. Prepares and optimizes imagery for digital delivery in a range of formats and sizes. Verifies image usage and licensing permissions.

Minimum Qualifications: Excellent organizational skills and the ability to be self-motivated and work well under pressure. Keen eye for high-quality visuals and composition. Good digital imagery research skills, familiarity with popular online commercial and free stock-repositories. Strong understanding of digital image formats and properties. Strong computer skills, particularly in Photoshop for image preparation (cropping, resizing and simple manipulation). Strong written and verbal communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills. Background in photography is preferred. Interest or education in science is preferred. Awareness of Social Media and or marketing is preferred.

Employment Type: Full time

Internship Location: Washington DC

How to Apply: Follow the link to apply online: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Photo-Internship-e-American-Association-for-the-Advancement-of-Science-AAAS-l-Washington,-DC-jobs-j8687916.html 

Schools: Fulton

Semester(s): Fall

Date inactive: 9/11/2015

Paid, part-time for Performing Arts. All positions are paid. Spring Fulton 9/10/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Spring Internships at Wolf Trap

Street Address: 1645 Trap Road Vienna, Virginia 22182

Website: Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts

email: internships@wolftrap.org

Phone: 7039376304

When Is Internship: Spring

Description Of Internship: Selected as one of the "Best Places to Intern: 2009" by Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Wolf Trap internships are 12 weeks long, part-time (18 21 hours per week) in the spring. All positions are paid. For individual position descriptions please see web site at wolftrap.org/internships.

Application Procedures: To apply, you must email the following materials to internships@wolftrap.org by November 1, 2014: Completed application form (can be found online) Resume (no transcripts please) Cover letter with a brief personal statement, an outline of career goals Two academic and/or professional letters of reference Two contrasting samples of writing, no more than 3 pages each For questions or concerns, please call (703)937-6304 or email internships@wolftrap.org.

Rate Of Pay: $7.25 per hour

Schools: Fulton

Semester(s): Spring

Date inactive: 11/1/2014

Event planning in Ocean City, MD All Fulton 9/2/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: The Red Doors Community Center

Street Address: 302 N. Baltimore Ave Ocean City MD

Website: http://reddoors.org/

Contact Person: Fawn Mete

Description Of Internship: event planning, assisting instructors, administrative support, desktop publishing

Qualifications: Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite (esp Excel, Word, and Publisher) -Creativity -Attention to detail Open to all majors, but may be a great fit for: Public Relations, Communications, Education, Business, English, Social Work

Application Procedures: Please send an email introducing yourself with a resume attached to fawn@reddoors.org.

Rate Of Pay: unpaid

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 7/31/2015

Art Major - Powerhouse Gym Internship All Fulton 8/18/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Powerhouse Gym
 
Street Address: 300 Cyprus Avenue Salisbury MD 21801

Website: www.powerhousegym.com

Contact Person: Nicole

email: nicole.powerhouse.gym@gmail.com

Phone: 443-523-0333

Description Of Internship: creating posters, newspaper ads and advertising flyers. we plan on doing some wall murals and window art for advertising.

Qualifications: creative ideas in gym themed art displayed around the facility. Art Major

Application Procedures: email resume.

Rate Of Pay: unpaid/complimentary gym membership

Schools: Fulton

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 5/1/2017

Journalism Internship - Powerhouse Gym All Fulton 8/18/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Powerhouse Gym

Street Address: 300 Cyprus Avenue Salisbury MD 21801

Website: www.powerhousegym.com

Contact Person: Nicole

email: nicole.powerhouse.gym@gmail.com

Phone: 443-523-0333

Description Of Internship: Making biweekly newsletters about our 3 facilities writing about new specials, events and changes that are coming to keep our members in the loop and engaged in our progress. Journalism major

Qualifications: Organizational skills, using programs to create newsletters.

Application Procedures: email resume

Rate Of Pay: unpaid, complimentary gym membership

Schools: Fulton

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 5/1/2017

Communication Arts Internship with Powerhouse Gym All Fulton 8/18/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Powerhouse Gym

Street Address: 300 Cyprus Avenue Salisbury MD 21801

Website: www.powerhousegym.com

Contact Person: Nicole

email: nicole.powerhouse.gym@gmail.com

Phone: 443-523-0333

Description Of Internship: Creating advertising videos such as slideshows, youtube videos and using them to market specials and new promotions.

Application Procedures: email resume.

Schools: Fulton

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 5/1/2017

Powerhouse Gym Marketing Internship All Fulton 8/18/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Powerhouse Gym

Street Address: 300 Cypress Avenue Salisbury, MD 21801

Website: www.powerhousegym.com

Contact Person: Nicole

email: nicole.powerhouse.gym@gmail.com

Phone: 443-523-0333

Description Of Internship: We are looking for someone to be able to gain experience in marketing for a small business. Running advertisement in various outlets, tracking the feedback we get, using social media, getting involved in charity events and ways to reach out in the community to gain exposure of our new pricing and amenities.

Qualifications: Well rounded knowledge of Printmaster and keynote.

Application Procedures: emailed resume

Rate Of Pay: unpaid/complimentary gym membership

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 9/1/2016

Graphic Design Business/Marketing Videographers Web Developers Internship Fall Fulton 8/7/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Matice

Street Address: 212 W. Main Street Salisbury, MD 21801

Website: www.matice.com

Contact Person: Mary Doak

email: mary@matice.com

Phone: 4108584775x112

Description Of Internship: Work hand in hand with designers to create ads and campaigns for clients. -Be a part of a team that helps brainstorm marketing campaigns both for Matice and our clients -Use social media to creatively market -Basic Website design, and database structure - Develop Time management skills -Increase knowledge of basic computer skills and programs -Develop interpersonal communication skills -Develop presentations for clients -Learn marketing tracking techniques

Qualifications: Graphic Design Business/Marketing Videographers Web Developers

Application Procedures: Resume with cover letter preferred. Portfolio preferred if available

Rate Of Pay: Unpaid

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): Fall

Date inactive: 12/31/2014

TV/Video internship-paid Fulton 7/21/2014 [-]

Revolution Messaging is a leader in cutting-edge progressive strategies for a mobile world. We are currently accepting Video/Creative internship applications for the fall. This is a paid internship. 

You: Hard working, highly motivated and fascinated by the intersection of art and politics. You don’t mind campaign hours and are seeking the opportunity to work with leaders in the lefty community, including the first official White House videographer, Arun Chaudhary. You are a creative thinker with an excellent working knowledge of Final Cut Pro or Premiere. After Effects knowledge is a plus. You want to work for a place that has clients you can be excited about and are proud to work for. You are a self-starter and can work independently and as part of a team. You don’t feel weird wearing jeans to work. 

 The Internship: Interns will get direct, hands-on experience with a creative team tapped into the campaigns of today and tomorrow. Typical projects include: TV ads, web videos, pre-roll ads and still photography.  We tend to hire exceptional interns to join our team as paid staff.  

For a brief look at our video work, check out our website.  

If you think this sounds like a great experience, please send a cover letter explaining your qualifications and highlighting why you would be a great fit, along with a one-page resume to jobs@revolutionmessaging.com

 

Schools: Fulton

Semester(s):

Date inactive: 1/1/2015

Press Intern All Fulton 7/14/2014 [-]

The U.S. economy is driven by innovation, regulatory policy, and entrepreneurship. We believe a major key to our economy’s success lies within its business leaders and the advice they give Washington.  That is where we come in. Business Forward is a non-profit organization working to connect thousands of business leaders from across America to White House Administration officials, Governors, and Mayors.

Each month, Business Forward conducts more than 20 roundtables, briefings and public events around the country.  We work to better serve business leaders to advocate for themselves, share best practices, and have a strong active role in the policy making process.

Business Forward is looking for talented, motivated, and politically minded individuals to complete our summer internship program in Washington, D.C. Interns will receive hands on experience connecting small and large businesses to federal public policy. Interns should expect to work in a fast pace, teamwork driven, and professional environment. 

Internship runs from early August 25 to late December 2015, exact dates TBD.

Applications will be due by July 18th and interviews will occur on a rolling basis.

Openings

Press Intern

 

Applicants and general questions should sent to:

Valeria Ojeda

Operations Associate and Internship Coordinator

VOjeda@BusinessFwd.org

Business Forward

 

1717 Rhode Island Ave NW Suite #660

Washington, DC 20036

BusinessFwd.org

Schools: Fulton

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 7/14/2015

Oak Ridge Baptist Church-Internship Fall Fulton 7/14/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Oak Ridge Baptist Church

Street Address: 361 Tilghman Rd

City: Salisbury

State: MD

Zip Code: 21804

Website: www.orbc.net

Contact Person: Angel Adams

Email: aadams@orbc.net

Phone: 410-924-7868

When Is Internship: Fall

Description Of Internship: Assist with general communications, website updates and graphic arts at Oak Ridge Baptist Church

Qualifications: Web design, graphic art skills, social media, communication.

Application Procedures: Email Resume

Rate Of Pay: Unpaid

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): Fall

Date inactive: 7/14/2015

White House Internship All Fulton 7/9/2014 [-]

The White House Internship Program provides a unique opportunity to gain valuable professional experience and build leadership skills. This hands-on program is designed to mentor and cultivate today’s young leaders, strengthen their understanding of the Executive Office and prepare them for future public service opportunities.

The White House Internship Program’s mission is to make the “People’s House” accessible to future leaders from around the nation.

The application for the Spring 2015 White House Internship Program is now open.

The application period for the White House Internship Program is now open. The application deadline for the Spring 2015 program is September 7, 2014.

All application materials, including recommendations, must be submitted on or before the application deadline.

http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/internships/apply

Am I eligible to apply for a White House Internship?

Applicants must be U.S. citizens, 18 years of age on or before the first day of the internship, and meet at least one of the following criteria:

  • Currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program at a college, community college, or university (two-to-four year institution)
  • Graduated from an undergraduate or graduate program at a college, community college, or university (two-to-four year institution) no more than two years before the first day of the internship
  • A veteran of the United States Armed Forces who possesses a high school diploma or its equivalent and has served on active duty, for any length of time, in the two years preceding the first day of the internship

Am I available for the White House Internship Program?

All White House Interns are expected to intern full-time for the entire term of the program.

  • The White House Internship Program is an unpaid program
  • Interns will be expected to work from approximately 9:00 AM-6:00 PM, Monday-Friday
  • Hours may vary by office

Do I have all my application materials?

A completed packet includes:

  • Two Essays: Each answer should be between 300-500 words in length
  • Current Resume: Your resume should not exceed one page
  • Two Letters of Recommendation

How do I submit my application correctly?

  • All application materials must be submitted online.
  • All application materials, including recommendations, must be submitted on or before the application deadline.

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 7/9/2015

Intern at Epoch Dream Center All Fulton 7/8/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Epoch Dream Center

Street Address: 200 N. Main St

City: Hebron

State: Md

Zip Code: 21830

Website: epochdreamcenter.com

Contact Person: Joann Blackmon/Director

email: joann@epochdreamcenter.com

Description Of Internship: One intern will work with administrative duties such as researching grants, writing reports, collecting and organizing data for grants, and updating social media. Another intern will organize and plan fundraising opportunities for our organization. This will include brainstorming fundraising ideas, marketing the ideas, contacting and inviting attendees, and organizing the event. Another intern will work directly with our students after school. They will plan and implement games during gym time. They will plan and run circle time activities. They will manage a classroom during homework time. They will interact with our students during reading, snack, and dinner time. Another intern would work with our students on resolving conflict and working through anger/other emotional triggers.

Qualifications: Organizational skills-business majors. Teaching/tutoring skills- education majors/PE/coaching majors Event planning skils- marketing/communications majors Conflict resolution/counseling skills- Conflict resolution/psychology/social work majors

Application Procedures: Please send resume and letter of interest to joann@epochdreamcenter.com

Questions Comments: We are looking for several interns to fill several areas of need in our organization. Please contact Joann at 410-726-2667 with any inquiries.


Schools: Fulton

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 7/8/2015

Famers Insurance Internship All Fulton 7/7/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Malone Agency, Farmers Insurance

 

Street Address: 213 W. Main Street Suite 210

 

City: Salisbury

 

State: MD

 

Zip Code: 21801

 

Contact Person: Scott Malone/Agency Owner

 

email: smalone1@farmersagent.com

 

Phone: 443-783-1970

 

Description Of Internship: Making calls to potential and current customers. Organizing the office, and learning the business world

 

Qualifications: Organized, friendly, willing to work and learn

 

Application Procedures: Resume and cover letter emailed to Scott Malone

 

Questions Comments: Please contact me ASAP. This will be a very valuable learning experience that could lead to full time employment.

 

 

Schools: Fulton

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 7/7/2015

Media Production Internship Fall Fulton 6/18/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Bay Shore Community Church

Street Address: 36759 Millsboro Highway

City: Millsboro

State: DE

Zip Code: 19966

Website: www.bayshorecc.org/millsboro

Contact Person: Andrew Mason

Email: andy@bayshorecc.org

Phone: 302-238-7370

When Is Internship: Fall

Description Of Internship: Media Production (Final Cut, After Effects, etc) - Live Sunday Morning Venue (Panasonic 3-camera HD shoot, live video, lighting, sound) - Web & Social media management (PHP / social media scheduling) - Print / Design (Photoshop / Illustrator)

Qualifications: Various combinations of Web design, graphic design, animation, media production, live venue production.

Application Procedures: Word Docs, PDFs, Pages

Rate Of Pay: Unpaid

Questions Comments: This is an ongoing opportunity to grow experience in a live / prerecorded media / production venue.

Schools: Fulton

Semester(s): Fall

Date inactive: 6/18/2015

Communications/Video Production Internship All Fulton 6/13/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Naval Academy Athletic Association

Street Address: 566 Brownson Road Annapolis, MD 21402

Website: navysports.com

ContactPerson: Zachary Ericson

email: ericson@usna.edu

Phone: 4102938947

Description Of Internship:
This is an unpaid internship that will be offered from July 2014 through May 2015 with the Naval Academy Athletic Association in Annapolis, MD. Candidates are expected to be enrolled in a complimentary communications/video production program at an institute of higher learning. Applicants seeking this position are preferred to be receiving credit for this internship. Intern responsibilities: Work with our team of video producers to research, write, shoot and edit video Work with our broadcast staff to plan, setup, shoot/produce, and breakdown live, streamed events § Collaborate with staff and create video graphics, capture melt footage, plan shoot and storyboards for future programs

Qualifications:
Should have previous experience shooting with professional video cameras and using professional audio equipment Should be proficient in video editing techniques and software Should be familiar with all Microsoft Office computer programs, e-mail and Internet social media technology Should be a self-starter, ready to work and meet deadlines once given direction Some travel may be requested (cost will be borne by the athletic association or team requiring travel)

ApplicationProcedures:
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to ericson@usna.edu. Candidates are also asked to provide writing and video editing and/or production samples, either via the Internet (posted on a site) or through a file sharing services. DVDs are acceptable as well. Please write Video Production and Broadcast Internship in the subject line of your e-mail.

Rate Of Pay: unpaid

Schools: Fulton

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 12/31/2014

Internship with the Berlin Chamber of Commerce All Fulton 6/12/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Berlin Chamber of Commerce www.berlinchamber.org

Street Address: 14 S. Main St.  Berlin, Maryland.  21811

Contact Person:
Executive Director

email:
chamberinfo@berlinchamber.org

Phone:
410-641-4775

When Is Internship: ALL

Description Of Internship:
Assist with the planning and organization of events (ribbon cuttings, business after hours, luncheons, seminars). Help to keep social media sources updated (twitter, facebook, website, some e-mail) Develop working relations with visitors, guests, members/potential members, local organizations and with other chambers.

Qualifications:
Experience with non-profit organizations a plus. Friendly, sociable, great communication skills, proactivity, technical and critical thinking skills. Majors include: Business, Marketing, Human resources, Economic Development, Finance, Communications, Hospitality and Event Planning.

Application Procedures:
Application can be received through e-mail chamberinfo@berlinchamber.org, or mail (14 S main st. berlin, Md 21811) Resume-mandatory, cover letter optional.

Rate Of Pay:
Unpaid

Inactivation Date:
n/a

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 7/1/2015

The Borgern Project--PR/Visual Editor Internship All Fulton 6/10/2014 [-]

Job Title:  PR/Visual Editor Internship

Description:  The Borgen Project’s out-of-state PR (Public Relations) Intern is part of the content team. In this capacity, you will focus on creating photos for BORGEN Magazine and The Borgen Project Blog.
 - Find images. Format, tint and resize images to meet website criteria (90% of internship).
 - Promote articles via social media. Assist with fundraising.
 - Create a personal fundraising campaign and meet targets.
 - Attend national conference call every Monday at 5PM PST.
 - Potential for Public Relations tasks.
 
Details: This internship is 260-hours. Hours can be completed on a full-time or part-time basis. Minimum of 4-days per week and 15-hours per week. The Borgen Project is located in Seattle and this position will operate remotely from home. This is an unpaid internship. Must be available Monday’s 5:00 – 6:00PM PST for The Borgen Project’s national conference call.
 
To Apply: Email your resume hr@borgenproject.org with “PR/Visual Editor Intern” in the subject line.
 
Contact: Borgen Project

Status:  Part-time

Job Locations: Nationwide (All 50 States)

Period of Employment:  Not Specified

Compensation Type:  Unpaid

Application Qualifications: The following qualifications are desired: GPA:  2.50

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 6/10/2015

The Borgen Project--Writer Internship All Fulton 6/10/2014 [-]

Job Title:  Writer Internship

Description:  This is a 12-week, part-time internship. The selected candidate will be able to work from home and pick their own schedule, but must meet weekly deadlines. Articles submitted will appear on BORGEN Magazine or The Borgen Project Blog.
 
 - Write 4 articles per week.
 - Research topics.
 - Assist with advocacy efforts.
 - Assist with fundraising. Create a personal fundraising campaign and meet targets.
 - Attend national conference call every Monday at 5PM PST.
 
Qualifications: Strong research and writing skills. Must be able to work independently and meet deadlines with very little supervision. Experience writing SEO friendly content is helpful, but not required.
 
To Apply: Email your resume and a writing sample to hr@borgenproject.org with “Writer Intern” in the subject line.
 
Opportunity Type:  Internship

Contact: Borgen Project

Status:  Full-time

Job Locations:  Nationwide (All 50 States)

Period of Employment:  Not Specified

Compensation Type:  Paid

Job Experience Requirements:  No Experience Required

Application Qualifications:  The following qualifications are desired: GPA:  2.50

 

Schools: Fulton

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 6/10/2015

The Borgen Project--Journalism Internship All Fulton 6/10/2014 [-]

Job Title:  Journalism Internship

Contact: Borgen Project

Description:  This is a 12-week, part-time internship. The selected candidate will be able to work from home and set their own schedule, but must meet weekly deadlines. Articles submitted will appear on BORGEN Magazine or The Borgen Project Blog.
 
 - Interview sources and research topics in-depth.
 - Write 3 well-researched articles per week.
 - Communicate with editors and supervisors.
 - Assist with fundraising. Create a personal fundraising campaign and meet targets.
 - Attend national conference call every Monday at 5PM PST.
 
Qualifications: Strong journalism writing skills. Must be able to work independently and meet deadlines with very little supervision. Experience writing for newspapers is helpful, but not required.
 
To Apply: Email your resume and 2 writing samples to hr@borgenproject.org with “Journalism Internship” in the subject line.
 
Status:  Part-time

Job Locations: Nationwide (All 50 States)

Period of Employment:  Not Specified

Compensation Type:  Unpaid

Application Qualifications: The following qualifications are desired: GPA:  2.50

Work Authorization: Authorized to work in Canada, Authorized to work in the U.S., Include all candidates

Schools: Fulton

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 6/10/2015

The Borgen Project--Editor Internship All Fulton 6/10/2014 [-]

Job Title:  Editor Internship

Description:  Edit for BORGEN Magazine and The Borgen Project Blog. The Editor is responsible for reviewing and editing articles submitted by The Borgen Project’s national team of writers. The internship is 260 hours and can be completed part-time or full-time. The position is done from home, but follows a set schedule. A minimum of 15 hours per week and weekend shifts are available for those who prefer it.
 
 - Edit and format articles submitted by national writers.
 - Work with writers to improve their articles.
 - Assist with fundraising. Create a personal fundraising campaign and meet targets.
 - Attend national conference call every Monday at 5PM PST.
 
Qualifications: Must have great editing skills. Must be able to work independently and meet deadlines with very little supervision. Experience writing SEO friendly content is helpful, but not required. To Apply: Email your resume and 2 writing samples to hr@borgenproject.org with “Editor Intern” in the subject line.

Status: Part-time

Job Locations: Nationwide (All 50 States)

Period of Employment:  Not Specified

Compensation Type:  Unpaid

GPA: 2.50

Writing Sample(s) Required:  Yes

Other Requested Materials:  To Apply: Email your resume and 2 writing samples to hr@borgenproject.org with "Editor Intern" in the subject line.
 

 

Schools: Fulton

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 6/10/2015

Public Relations Fall 2014. in NYC Fall Fulton 6/5/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization:  Laforce+Stevens

Street Address: 41 East 11th Street 6th Floor.  New York, NY 10003

Website: www.laforce-stevens.com

Contact Person: Chelsea Schneider.  Phone:  212-242-9353

Description Of Internship:
Position: Public Relations Fall 2014 Internship: LaForce + Stevens combines the stability and professionalism of a mature firm with the agility of a small, fast-growth company. We are a fully integrated team with shared experience in fashion, retail, luxury brands, mass brands, home design, events, media and entertainment. By partnering with our clients, we position them to succeed in this new era. We believe that our customers' business results come first. Our New York office contains dynamic, creative, collaborative teams of experienced specialists in: women's and men's fashion, consumer goods, retail, home furnishings/interior design, beauty, hospitality/spirits and social media. We accomplish the extraordinary by working together to serve all of our client needs from brand strategy, marketing, media relations, events and promotions. About the Opportunity: LaForce + Stevens offers a unique environment that fosters individual growth and rewards performance. You will be surrounded by people who are passionate about what they do. L+S is seeking self-motivated, hard-working and enthusiastic candidates who will gain valuable experience and practical industry knowledge. Responsibilities may include but are not limited to: writing/assembling press kits, building media lists, managing product requests/samples. Interns may also engage in agency-wide creative/brainstorming sessions, help to produce and work at agency events, as well as other relevant tasks depending on team assignments. The Fall 2014 Internship program will commence on Monday, September 8, 2014 and will run until Friday, December 5, 2014. Office hours are Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m, with a 1 hour lunch break. Interns are required to work a minimum of 20 hours per week. Interns will gain hands-on experience in exchange for college credit.

Qualifications: Applicants should be comfortable speaking on the phone and interacting with industry professionals Excellent communication skills, both written and oral Superior multitasking skill

Application Procedures:  Our internships are fiercely competitive with a limited number of positions available. Please submit resume and cover letter via email to internship@laforce-stevens.com no later than Friday, August 15, 2014.

Rate Of Pay: Unpaid/College Credit

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): Fall

Date inactive: 8/15/2015

Communication and marketing assistant Fall Spring Summer Fulton 5/30/2014 [-]

Organization: Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce

Address: 144 E Main St Salisbury, MD  21801

Website: www.salisburyarea.com

Contact Person: Sophia Smecker

email: ssmecker@salisburyarea.com

Phone: 410-749-0144

Description Of Internship: The Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce is looking for an intern to assist with Communication and Marketing duties. Assist in operations including but not limited to: -Organizing and creating content for Chambers websites -Writing business-related news articles for Chambers website -Managing content and scheduling interviews for Chambers monthly television show -Developing press releases for media distribution -Creating email blasts

Qualifications: -Organization -Excellent verbal and written communication skills -Proficiency in MS Office Suite -Journalism skills -Comfortable using computers

Application Procedures: Please email resume to Sophia Smecker at ssmecker@salisburyarea.com

Rate Of Pay: Unpaid


  

 

 

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): Fall Spring Summer

Date inactive: 1/1/2016

Business/Marketing Internship Fall Summer Fulton 5/29/2014 [-]

Description: Aflac, a Fortune 500 company is a world leader in corporate benefit packages, and is seeking interns to help manage commercial accounts in the Baltimore/Washington area. We are looking for enthusiastic, career-minded, self-motivated individuals to work in a professional business environment.

Aflac has earned such honors as being included in Fortune magazine's list of the 100 Best Companies to Work For in America for the 11th consecutive year. Aflac has also been included on both Forbes magazine's annual list of America's 400 Best Big Companies for eight years and on Fortune magazine's list of America's Most Admired Companies for seven consecutive years. Ethisphere magazine included Aflac on its list of the World's Most Ethical Companies for the third consecutive year in 2009.

Learn from one of the top field forces in the Fortune 500. Get trained by state of the art systems like the Fast Start Training Program, as well as Aflac University.

Fully Paid Internship, Receive Class Credit (3-6 credits)

FACTS ABOUT AFLAC:*
-Founded in 1955
-Recently achieved 90% national brand-name recognition
-Has over $50 billion in assets
-Insures more than 40 million people worldwide
-Insures more than 319,000 payroll accounts

Our position includes:
-The most competitive compensation plan in the industry.
-A stock bonus plan.
-A residual income for life.
-Management opportunities.
-Achievable Incentives including 5 all-inclusive trips per year!
-Classroom education and field training.
-A Non-captive contract.

Responsibilities;  No coffee making or paper filing here! Our interns have the opportunity to assist with accounts, marketing, and business development.

Requirements:
-Great Work Ethic
-Coachable
Contact: Anastasia Baranov. Email to Receive Applications: anastasia_baranov@us.aflac.com 
Status:  Full-time
Job Locations: Silver Spring, Maryland 

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): Fall Summer

Date inactive: 1/30/2015

Campaign Assistant All Fulton 5/19/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Citizens for Don Quinn

Address: P.O. Box 654 Annapolis, MD  21401

Website: www.votedonquinn.com

Contact Person: Becky Ford

email: becky@votedonquinn.com

Phone: 410-829-0845

When Is Internship: All Semesters

Description Of Internship: Intern duties varies on the interest of those willing to help on a political campaign for State Senate Candidate for District 30 (Annapolis and Anne Arundel County areas). Duties could include, but are not limited to helping with events, lit drops, attending and assisting at events, being an assistant for the Candidate and shadowing him on his schedule, being an assistant for the Campaign Manager and assisting with her schedule, helping rally voters, door knocking with the candidate, data entry, social media, assisting the treasurer, etc. Whatever an intern as an interest in, we do our best to make sure they get to do what they feel they are most qualified in and get to do something they find fun! After all, though its a learning experience, if it's not fun or interesting to you than you wouldn't be learning anything worthwhile!

Qualifications: No prior experience needed. All that is asked is that you have access to a car, can make it definitely to our Annapolis HQ, and can give on and off, 10 hours a week at a minimum, coinciding with your schedule. You can certainly work more than that, or whatever is needed if doing for college credit. If doing for college credit, please let us know what the requirements are and if we need to verify anything for you. Lastly, we only require that you be enthusiastic, a team player, willing to work with all kinds of people, a sense of humor during high stress times, and an interest in making a difference. NO DISCRIMINATION on what district you live in, or your party affiliation.

Application Procedures: If interested, please contact the Campaign manager, Becky (SU Class of 2008) at becky@votedonquinn.com Cover letters are not required, but a resume would be helpful and a short message indicating a little about you- age, year in school, major, where you do live, and why you are interested in helping and in what areas you feel you would be most beneficial for us, or areas you would like to give a try at. But no experience required, just a willingness to try!

Rate Of Pay:Unpaid, but an invaluable resume builder

Inactivation Date: Nov. 4, 2014


Comments: We are currently filling up for the summer! And as the campaign manager is a former SU grad, would love to see some Gulls helping on the campaign for in whatever way you could!


Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 11/4/2014

Animal husbandry, history or education-Delmarva Discovery Center All Fulton 5/15/2014 [-]

Delmarva Discovery Center is a nonprofit cultural, historical, and natural learning center in Pocomoke. We are looking for interns for either credit or non credit students.

Specifically, we are looking for students who would like to intern with husbandry (directly working with our 20+ animals), history, or education departments. For the husbandry and education departments we are looking for individuals that are comfortable with a wide variety of animals (snakes, turtles, frogs, fish ect…). We would like students with prior knowledge of these animals or students who are willing to learn about them. There is also aquarium care (including marine and fresh water tanks) that we look for students to either have experience with or be willing to learn about as well. Interns will be hands on not only working with these animals but also teaching others about them. There is also a huge educational aspect to the museum. Christine and I run the education department as well. We have summer camps, outreach programs, wildlife interpretation,  after school academies, and in house programs all dealing with a variety of ages from young children to adults. All of these different programs help to increase the publics knowledge not only about our center but the environment and animals as well. 

If this does not interest you and you would prefer the history aspect of the museum we have multiple different historical values to the museum and we would love for some history majors to come in and work with us on them as well. We have a life size replica steam ship and Native American and Colonial exhibits in the museum. This is just a few examples, there is a lot more history in the museum to work with. Our whole museum is based off of the history and native environments in Delmarva. 

Although these are unpaid internships, we are more than willing to work with students to obtain credits if required or wanted. Interns will have hands on experience directly with their interests. Each intern will be able to create their own program and project which can go on resumes. Interns will be able to deliver public programs and will be able to work with us in collaboration with the National Park Service, Salisbury Zoo, Chincoteague Wildlife Refuge, NASA, and other aquarists and herpetologists from leading zoos and aquariums. 

If you have any interest please contact me or Christine through email at:  education@delmarvadiscoverycenter.org

You can also visit our website at www.delmarvadiscoverycenter.org to see more about our museum. 410-957-9933,

Katie Ballentine, Co-Director of Education and Exhibits. Delmarva Discovery Center

education@delmarvadiscoverycenter.org-

Schools: Fulton Henson Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 6/1/2015

Internships.com All Fulton 5/8/2014 [-]

internships.com

http://www.salisbury.edu/careerservices/Students/Internships/Newsletter.html

Discover Internships

77,548 internship positions from 51,760 companies
located in 6,300 cities across all 50 states. 

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 5/1/2016

VOTE SMART-INTERNSHIPS, IN PARADISE Fall Spring Summer Fulton 4/28/2014 [-]

VOTE SMART-INTERNSHIPS, IN PARADISE

Internship opportunities do not get any better than this. 

An extraordinary group of Americans frustrated by the abusive political tactics of candidates began an unprecedented effort to build a beacon of truth to which all Americans could turn. 

Founded by Presidents Ford and Carter and over 40 other national leaders, it is what the U. S. News and World report calls a system “that would make the Founders weep with joy.”

At a pristine wilderness paradise high in the Montana Rockies we need bright idealistic students to make a commitment to their country while having the experience of a lifetime. Internships are available in: 

Information Technology

Political Research

Development

Media Relations

Maintenance

Working at an extraordinary place with extraordinary people, interns make friends that will last a life time. 

All living expenses funded through one of Vote Smart’s scholarships: 

Barry Goldwater Scholarship - one

William Proxmire Scholarship - one

William Clements Scholarship - one

Hearst Scholarships – thirty seven 

Vote Smart’s research retreat is located at its exclusive Great Divide Ranch locate high in the Montana Rockies with extraordinary recreational opportunities on its pristine lakes, streams and mountains or on our tennis/basketball/Volleyball courts and boat ramps all located right outside our door. 

For more information about internships or how to apply:  VOTE SMART.ORG click on Three Ways to Help

 Angela M. Barraza, Project Vote Smart.  Administrative Assistant.  Office: 406-859-2294.  cell: (520) 631-9512.  votesmart.org

Schools: Fulton

Semester(s): Fall Spring Summer

Date inactive: 6/1/2015

Kennedy Krieger Institute- Behavior Management Clinic All Fulton 4/24/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Kennedy Krieger Institute- Behavior Management Clinic. www.kennedykrieger.org


Address:  1132 Annapolis Road Suite 200.  Odenton, MD 21113. 
Contact Person: Jaime L. Benson, Ph.D.

email: bensonj@kennedykrieger.org  Phone:  443-923-4133

When Is Internship:  All

Description Of Internship: 1. Practicum students will obtain exposure to family and individual treatments used to improve functioning in children with varying behavioral and emotional needs via clinical observations and case discussion. 2. Practicum students will become familiar with and receive training in scoring behavior assessment tools used in the diagnosis and treatment of children age 18 months through 12 years of age. 3. Practicum students will acquire, or increase skills, in the data entry process. 4. Practicum students will gain experience working within an outpatient clinic made of up varying level of clinicians and care staff. 5. Practicum students will obtain professional development (e.g. careers, graduate school process) in regard to psychology related fields. Good for psychology and Social Work students.

Qualifications:  It is important for students to have professional behavior and dress, as well as the ability to work with confidential and sensitive information.

Application Procedures: Please contact Jaime L. Benson, Ph.D. to initiate the application procedures. Students will need to provide a resume, letter of recommendation, and an unofficial copy of their transcrpt.

Rate O fPay: Unpaid

Questions Comments: We have four site locations: Columbia, Odenton, and two locations in Baltimore City.

Schools: Fulton Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 6/1/2015

Video internship, local Summer Fulton 4/18/2014 [-]

Name O fRequesting Organization: Good Clean Fun Life. Website: www.goodcleanfunlife.com

Address: 6 BAKERSTREET, BERLIN MD

When Is Internship: Summer 2014

Description Of Internship: Filming, editing, producing a weekly video short Highlighting Special Events and Entertainment in the resort area. Creating Original Content in the form of Blog posts, Picture Galleries, and or Podcast about arts, entertainment and the Beach Lifestyle. Using social media tools and best practices to promote events. for more detailed information check http://goodcleanfunlife.com/internship/

Qualifications:  Media Production, Marketing, Music, Theater, Social Media Savvy, Photography, Film,21 or older w/Valid Drivers Licence and Clean Record. Must be out going and comfortable in front of a camera as well as behind. Able to handle yourself professionally in a drinking environment. Adobe creative suite is a plus but basic Knowledge of photo and film editing software are a must. For more detailed information check http://goodcleanfunlife.com/internship/

Application Procedures:  Resume and cover letter sent to todd@gcflproductions.com Video Submissions encouraged. Phone: 443 614 0224

Rate Of Pay: unpaid

Comments:  Great opportunity to work in a fun entertainment evvironment while learning valuable skills for potential employment

Schools: Fulton

Semester(s): Summer

Date inactive: 7/1/2015

Federal Housing Finance Agency - Office of Inspector General Fall Spring Summer Fulton 4/15/2014 [-]

New INTERNSHIP FORM - EMPLOYERS submission sent from: /careerservices/Employers/Forms/InternshipForm.html

Add to: https://www2.salisbury.edu/careerservices/admin/add.asp

Name Of Requesting Organization:  Federal Housing Finance Agency - Office of Inspector General

Street Address: 400 7th Street, SW.  Washington DC.  20024

Website:  www.fhfaoig.gov

Contact Person: Ivy Porter, Human Resources Specialist email: ivy.porter@fhfaoig.gov. Phone: 202-730-0368

When Is Internship: All Semesters

Description Of Internship:  Routinely research and critically analyze housing-related and/or financial information that supports project objectives. Assist with tracking written communications with external parties and project status (e.g., information received, analyses performed, reviews completed, and dispositions). Use various tools and technology to draft quality documents, including research summaries and analyses. Communicate relevant and accurate information, clearly and concisely during formal and informal meetings. Provide essential support such as arranging meetings, taking notes, and responding timely to routine inquiries. Perform all work in accordance with direction and OIGs internal policies and procedures.

Qualifications: U.S. citizen. Pass a background investigation. Work a minimum of 12 hours per week. Major in Accounting as a junior, senior, or graduate student. Communicate orally and in writing to a variety of audiences. Organize multiple assignments simultaneously to meet deadlines. Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to meet goals in a team environment. Proficient in programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, and Outlook.

Rate Of Pay: unpaid

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): Fall Spring Summer

Date inactive: 12/31/2014

Writer/ Online Research Internship-work from home Summer Fulton 4/1/2014 [-]

Writer/ Online Research Internship

We are seeking a talented intern who is interested in gaining work experience during college. The intern will be responsible for writing and editing biographical profiles for public speakers, some which are well-known celebrities, professional athletes, Olympians, and political/media/business professionals. In addition, position includes marketing outreach projects that will help our company grow. Our ideal candidate is someone with business writing and communications skills with strong attention to detail. *This is an online / “work-from-home” position.

What You Will Learn:
 The business of sales marketing and public relations
 Web writing and marketing outreach
 Online and investigative research

What We Require:
 Background in Marketing, Communication, Journalism, English or other related discipline
 Excellent written English, including good spelling and grammar
 Ability to proofread and edit written material
 Proficient in Microsoft Suite Office
 Proficient in finding information through internet search engines, including some social networking sites, news feeds, and blogs
 Interest in current events, social issues, and some pop culture
 Meticulous approach to your work and an eye for detail
 Ability to maintain high-quality work while prioritizing assignments and meeting deadlines
 Professional communication skills, including email and phone correspondence
 Internet and phone connection (this position will be done remotely)

Details:
This is an ONLINE/REMOTE position. You are expected to finish writing projects by assigned deadlines. *This position is NON-PAID, but opportunity for stipend is possible.
If interested, please submit your resume and two writing samples (one should be a marketing or business writing piece) and a brief introduction/cover letter to: glenn@speakers.com

About Us:

Speakers.com, the world’s very first website for professional public speakers, is one of the premier full service Speakers Bureaus in the world. We have been assisting multi-national companies, trade associations, universities, government agencies, international business forums & small businesses with their speaker & entertainment requirements for over 25 years. Our reputation for innovative programs & outstanding service to our clients is global & we have booked the most sought-after speakers in every state in the US & over 50 countries around the world.

Schools: Fulton

Semester(s): Summer

Date inactive: 4/1/2015

Exotic Cat Internship Fall Summer Fulton 3/28/2014 [-]

Exotic Cat Internship

Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge is a no-kill facility dedicated to rescuing abused, abandoned and unwanted big cats. The refuge is located in NW Arkansas is seeking a full-time, 6 months Intern Keeper. The refuge is a non-profit facility of over 100 rescued exotic cats. Work is often physically demanding. Applicants must be self-motivated, with high desire to provide the best care available to animals. Applicants must also be observant and able to keep detailed records. The ability to work in a team environment or independently is important. A degree in Zoology, Biology or related field is preferred, but experience with exotic animal husbandry may be considered. Twelve positions are opened each internship. Internships run every six months. If you are looking for a full-time internship working around big cats you just may have found it.  http://www.turpentinecreek.org/

Job Description:

  • Work in a Captive Animal Institution - Responsible for the daily care of Tigers, Lions, Cougars, Black Bears, Black Leopards, African Servals, Bobcats, Rhesus Macaque, and Hoof stock. Duties include animal husbandry, enrichment, record keeping of animal behavior, educational public tours, and customer service.
  • Prepare and Present Information to the Public - Responsible for greeting customers and guided tours throughout the facility. Educate the public about each resident species and the direction of the facility's future.
  • Prepare and Maintain Animal Housing - Responsible for maintaining animal and customer safety through daily exhibit checks. This includes routine landscaping, clearing habitats of underbrush, and providing animal enrichment.
  • Prepare Diets and Monitor Feeding - Maintain food quality and hygiene standards or produce and meat. Prepare and diets and monitor every animal's intake. Feed all animals and observe quantities of waste for diet recommendations. Record weight loss or gain for each animal.
  • Monitor and Maintain Animal Health - Maintain daily records of animal defecation and any loss of appetite to identify any abnormal behavior and signs of illness. Administer daily medications. Prepare and maintain quarantine areas for recent rescues.
  • Restrain and Assist in Moving Animals - Assist in relocating cats to more appropriate enclosures. Follow all safety procedures in loading and unloading and during transport of animals.
  • Identify Behavioral Needs and Improve Husbandry - Identify behavioral needs and provide approved enrichment for the animals which includes but may not be limited to environmental and scent enrichments.
  • Maintain Exhibits and Assist With Design - Assist with the design and construction of 1/2 acre enclosures. Maintain exhibits daily and detect and control pests. place power to control ticks and clear underbrush to prevent snakes.

Compensation:

Weekly cash stipend for food.
Housing is provided on the refuge.
Amenities: Heat, A/C, utilities paid, full bath, kitchen, washer & dryer, satellite TV, free long distance, internet access.

Dates:

Fall Position begins: August 15th
Spring Position begins: February 1st

Deadline for fall internship applications: April 1
Deadline for spring internship applications: November 1

To Apply:  Send your Cover Letter and Resume to:

Emily McCormack
Curator/Intern Recruiter
emily@turpentinecreek.org

** 2 Letters of Reccomendation preffered

Schools: Fulton Henson Seidel

Semester(s): Fall Summer

Date inactive: 11/1/2014

Internships in India All Fulton 3/24/2014 [-]

Connectinc.in - Internships in India.  Discover India and gain practical 'on-the-job' experience in your chosen field in one of the world's most dynamic economies:  Accounting, Advertising, Marketing & PR, Architecture, Interior Design, & Real Estate, Consulting, Education, Event Management, Fashion, Film, Finance, Healthcare, HR, Information Technology, International Business, Journalism, Law, Manufacturing, Medical, NGOs, Pharmaceutical, Photography, Publishing, Sport.

6, 8, or 12 week internships in India: practical international experience leveraging our local expertise.  A Salisbury native is a Managing Partner of Connectinc.

 

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 9/9/2015

Communication and Marketing Assistant All Fulton 2/24/2014 [-]

Organization: Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce

Address: 144 E Main St Salisbury, MD  21801

Website: www.salisburyarea.com

Contact Person: Sophia Smecker

email: ssmecker@salisburyarea.com

Phone: 410-749-0144

Description Of Internship: The Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce is looking for an intern to assist with Communication and Marketing duties. Assist in operations including but not limited to: -Organizing and creating content for Chambers websites -Writing business-related news articles for Chambers website -Managing content and scheduling interviews for Chambers monthly television show -Developing press releases for media distribution -Creating email blasts

Qualifications:
-Organization -Excellent verbal and written communication skills -Proficiency in MS Office Suite -Journalism skills -Comfortable using computers

Application Procedures: Please email resume to Sophia Smecker at ssmecker@salisburyarea.com

Rate Of Pay: Unpaid


Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 12/1/2014

ISA-International Internships All Fulton 2/21/2014 [-]

 ISA-International Studies Abroad-Service-learning programs and internships for academic programs/credit

Belgium, Colombia, England, Italy, Peru, South Korea,Brazi,l Costa Rica, India, Jordan, Scotland, Spain,Chile, Dominican Republic, Ireland, Morocco, South Africa. 


   Choose from set start dates for a 4, 6, 8 or 12 week program
   Participants will not attend classes but work full-time up to 15–35 hours per week.
   Placement eligibility determined by a language interview (country specific), resume, and cover letter upon application.
   Placements have no affiliation with host university
   Participants will develop a Portfolio throughout the program, documenting projects, hours and program activities
   Ideal for independent participants with a high level of personal initiative who are comfortable working with minimal supervision

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 1/1/2016

Internships in Barcelona, Dublin, London, Rome, Shanghai, and Sydney. All Fulton 2/21/2014 [-]

IES Abroad- Develop your professional skills and provide substantive work experience to jump-start your career in today’s competitive job market.  You are guaranteed* a placement at a local business or organization and take a corresponding academic seminar—all as part of your study abroad course load. Earn 1 to 9 credits, depending on the program.  In the summer, you can opt to participate in one of our full-time internship programs in Barcelona, Dublin, London, Rome, Shanghai, and Sydney.

 

http://www.iesabroad.org/study-abroad/internships

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 1/1/2016

Salisbury Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc. (SNHS) All Fulton 2/13/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization:  Salisbury Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc. (SNHS)

Address: 540 Riverside Drive, Unit 18. Salisbury, MD  21801

Website: www.salisburynhs.org

Contact Person: Marian Jackson. email: mjackson@salisburynhs.org   Phone:  410-543-4626

Description Of Internship:  Make contact with clients, business contacts and general public via telephone and face-to-face reception, participate in loan intake appointments, data input. accept and log loan payments, monitor client insurance information, assist in client-based special mailings, copying, filing, assist with preparation of program documents, and other special projects.

Qualifications:  Ability to professionally communicate, customer service skills, Internet, MS Word, MS Excel, general knowledge of business equipment.

Application Procedures:  Resume with cover letter

Rate Of Pay:  volunteer

Schools: Fulton Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 2/13/2015

Marketing Intern Spring Fulton 1/17/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Eastern Shore Coffee & Water

Address: 31404 Eastern Shore Coffee & Water Salisbury, MD  21804

Website: www.easternshorecoffee.com

Contact Person: Sarah Chandler

email: sarah@easternshorecoffee.com

Phone: 410-749-4494

When Is Internship: Spring

Description Of Internship: Marketing, Networking, Website management, facebook updates, ebay listings, and some phone calls

Qualifications: Sales and/marketing

Application Procedures:Resume via email

RateOfPay: unpaid

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): Spring

Date inactive: 1/17/2015

Marketing Intern Fall Spring Summer Fulton 1/17/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Atlantic Shores Realty, LLC

Address: 7510-B Coastal Hwy Ocean City, MD  21842

Website: ryanhaley.com

Contact Person: Ryan Haley, Broker-Owner

email: ryan@ryanhaley.com

Phone: 410-524-0919

When Is Internship: Fall, Spring, Summer

DescriptionOfInternship:The interns will learn and assist in the everyday environment of Today's Technology Driven Real Estate Brokerage. The main job of the intern will be to assist in Marketing and promoting the beach lifestyle living of Ocean City Maryland. Taking photos and video of different attractions in and around Ocean City/Ocean Pines/Berlin MD, editing Photos and video, Uploading to social media sites, Blogging on Ocean City Relevant Topics, and some data entry. Tasks An Intern Would Deal With: Getting the Atlantic Shores Realty Company name out to the public through Social Media Platforms Taking and editing photos/video on Adobe Photoshop and Premiere Posting the photos/video to Social Media platforms the Company utilizes Blogging Attracting the interest of potential sellers and buyers to call or come into the office Entering information into a database Other small daily office work and side tasks that will need to be completed

Qualifications: Strong photography skills Proficient in Adobe Photoshop, Premiere and Publisher Proficient in Microsoft Office Proficient in all elements of Social Media Strong public speaking skills Energetic, creative and fun! Knowledge of Ocean City, Beach Living, Surfing and Fishing are good Strong writing skills to be able to compose descriptions and blog-like postings efficiently

Application Procedures: Email Resume to Ryan@RyanHaley.com, call Ryan Haley at 410-524-0919.

Rate Of Pay: unpaid

Inactivation Date: 1/17/2016

Comments:
Relevant Majors: Art, Communications Arts, English, Geography, Marketing and Management

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): Fall Spring Summer

Date inactive: 1/17/2016

MKTG Internship All Fulton 12/13/2013 [-]

Description: •Mission statement for internship: This internship promotes the  work of the Center for International Education and the global outlook of Salisbury University at large. This intern provides marketing insights and a much valued student perspective on the promotional efforts of SUCIE.  This position brings a well-rounded marketing opportunity for students to help advance our office's online presence, print promotional materials, and in-person presentations to groups across SU's campus. The ideal candidate will have international experience, intercultural understanding      and/or a desire to develop their global understanding.

•Management learn time management: *Learn time management      requirements when working with individual agents or teams.

•Other  Management activities:

•Marketing target markets: *Learn the needs of the small business and individual target markets

•Marketing apply skills and tactics: *Learn how to apply marketing skills and tactics

•Marketing event planning: *Learn the elements of and assist in the execution of event planning for clients and prospects

•Marketing  strategies: *Become familiar with our software programs and current marketing strategies and materials

•Marketing planning management: *Develop competencies in market planning and plan management

•Marketing  client development: *Work with the firms unassigned client base in developing communication tactics

•Marketing additional duties: *Report directly to the firms Marketing Director for additional marketing related duties

•Other  Marketing activities: Conduct presentations to various groups, Evaluate and provide suggestions for promoting online web presence

•product service market: *Understand the basic target marketing of (product or service)

•product  sevice knowledge: *Gain substantial knowledge into our industry/field/product or service)

•Other  product service activities:

•Personal Skills develop organizational skills: *Develop lanning, organizational and time management skills

•Personal  Skills develop technology skills: *Increase knowledge of computer skills and technology

•Personal  Skills develop teamwork: *Develop team-based work competencies

•Personal Skills develop communication internal: *Develop interpersonal skills in order to communicate with employees

•Personal Skills develop interpersonal phone skills:  *Develop interpersonal skills in order to communicate with day-to-day business contacts through follow up calls

•Personal  Skills develop communications external: *Develop interpersonal skills in order to communicate with external clients

•Other  Personal Skills develop activities: Develop understanding of international educational markets, Develop intercultural  communication skills,

•Program Incentives: This position offers students the chance to engage with global clientele, promote international programs, engage with the field of education, and work right here on SU's campus. The ideal candidate will have studied abroad or lived in a  significant intercultural context (preferably for at least a semester) 

 Contact: Noel Habashy

ABLE Internship (Setup through Perdue School) 

Job Locations:  Salisbury, Maryland

 Period of Employment:  Fall, Spring, Summer 

Compensation Type:  Unpaid

Application Method: via Email (nbhabashy@salisbury.edu)

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 1/1/2015

Writer Internship Fall Spring Summer Fulton 12/5/2013 [-]

Employer: The Borgen Project

Description:
This is a 12-week, part-time internship. The selected candidate will be able to work from home and pick their own schedule, but must meet weekly deadlines. Articles submitted will appear on BORGEN Magazine or The Borgen Project Blog. 

Write 7 articles/blog posts per week. 
Research and write content for the website. 
Edit documents as needed. 
Spend 2-3 days assisting with fundraising. 

Qualifications: Strong research and writing skills. Must be able to work independently and meet deadlines with very little supervision. Experience writing SEO friendly content is helpful, but not required.

How to Apply: Email your resume and a writing sample to hr@borgenproject.org with "Blogger Intern" in the subject line.

 

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): Fall Spring Summer

Date inactive: 12/1/2014

SEASONAL & YEAR-ROUND STAFF NEEDED: Camp Courageous All Fulton 11/26/2013 [-]

SEASONAL & YEAR-ROUND STAFF NEEDED FOR 2014
Camp Courageous is a year-round recreational and respite
care facility for individuals with disabilities. Campers with
intellectual and physical disabilities, brain injuries, hearing or
visual impairments, autism and other special needs are served.
Working with children and adults with special needs is often a very real challenge.
Campers may need help with personal care including feeding, dressing, and bathroom
needs. Some campers exhibit behavioral challenges. Patience, energy, good judgment
and enthusiasm are important qualifications for a position at Camp Courageous. The
hours are long. An unselfish attitude and an emphasis on teamwork are needed. Staff
are expected to put the campers’ needs before their own. If you possess the necessary
attributes, I invite you to apply for a position at Camp Courageous.
Volunteer positions, internships, and paid positions are available. Volunteers and
Interns can receive an optional stipend of $25.00/week plus room and board, and a
restricted medical plan.

Paid counselors and activity specialists receive the best employment package around.
Seasonal staff earn $385/week while year-round staff earn $500-550/week. Room
and board are provided which include air-conditioned staff dormitories affording the
staff separate living quarters from the campers. Staff share cabin duty on a rotating
basis. Other benefits include a restricted medical plan for seasonal staff and health
insurance and one week of paid vacation for year-round staff. Camp provides a bonus
for returning seasonal summer staff and a monetary incentive for recruiting additional
staff. Candidates for year-round positions must have experience with individuals with
disabilities. Seasonal positions are for one or more season.
YR-ROUND: Starts the first day of the season requiring a one year commitment.

WINTER: January 27 – March 21, 2014
SPRING: March 22 to May 16, 2014
SUMMER: May 18 to August 15, 2014
FALL: August 20 to November 21, 2014

POSITIONS Respite Care Weekends
Counselors Nature Specialist Counselors - $170/weekend.
Adventure Specialist Recreation Specialist
Canoeing Specialist Outdoor Living Skills Specialist
Crafts Specialist Kitchen Staff
Swimming Specialist Health Staff Assistant
For more information contact: Jeanne Muellerleile
Camp Courageous of Iowa
P.O. Box 418
Monticello, IA 52310-0418 319-465-5916 ext. 2300 Fax: 319-465-5919
E-mail: jeanne@campcourageous.org www.campcourageous.org
Non-smokers please. Feel free to apply online by accessing the camp’s Web site.

Schools: Fulton Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 1/1/2015

Inbound Marketing Intern for Passarell Insurance Agency All Fulton 11/1/2013 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization:  Passarell Insurance Company - Allstate

Address:  256 Tilghman Road.  Salisbry, MD  21804.  www.passinsures.com

Description Of Internship:
*Assist with the planning and execution of Passarell Insurance Agency, Inc inbound marketing campaigns which may include an of the above mentioned marketing tactics as well as any outbound marketing tactics that are currently in development. Help with overall internal approval process as well as competitive reporting and posting process for Passarell Insurance Agency, Inc Marketing. Team Management/Administration: Handle and complete internal data reconciliation of current clients. Communication with prospects and leads that are generated through digital assets. Create bi weekly analytic reports on website and social media traffic, conversion rates, leads, bounce rates, unique visits, traffic sources and social signals.

Qualifications:  Strong communication and leadership skills Be organized, diligent and detail-oriented in their work Willingness to help team as needed - genuine interest in learning about all aspects of advertising/communications Demonstrate a positive, can-do attitude Willing to think beyond traditional marketing tactics. Rising Senior level college student or Graduate Student. Marketing and/or Communications coursework. 1 letter of recommendation from a Professor, Coach or Mentor.

Application Procedures:  Resume, Cover letter, 1 letter of recommendation from a professor, coach or Mentor. Contact Person: Sarah Passarell. spassarell@allstate.com Phone: 4434785752

Pay:  open

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 11/1/2014

social Media, local, Paid All Fulton 11/1/2013 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization:  Regent Homes by Beracah

Address:  1609 Ocean Highway.  Pocomoke, MD  21851

Website:  www.regenthomesonline.com

Description Of Internship:  I am looking for an individual that can explain the benefits of social media and help develop a plan to better expose my company in the social media forum.

Qualifications:  Computer and communication skills are a must. A major or minor in business or computer science would be preferable.

Application Procedures:  Please submit your resume to brian@regenthomesonline.comContact Person: Brian Rush. Phone: 443-783-9914

Pay:  10.00 and hour

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 1/1/2015

Naturalist Internship @ The Oregon Ridge Nature Center in Baltimore All Fulton 11/1/2013 [-]

The Oregon Ridge Nature Center is a Baltimore County Recreation & Parks facility and is located in Cockeysville, Maryland. The center is open to the public Tuesday-Saturday and offers a variety of trails and exhibits featuring live animals and the history, wildlife and natural environment of the area. Public programs, school field trips, canoeing, scout programs and special events are also offered throughout the year.

Internship Description:  Oregon Ridge Nature Center is seeking responsible, motivated, and organized interns to assist with and lead hands-on, outdoor environmental education programs. Training will be provided. Other general duties include assisting with live animal care, program materials maintenance, trail and garden work, assisting park visitors and exhibit interpretation.

Qualifications:  Applicants should have an interest or pursuing a course of study in natural sciences, environmental science, science education, outdoor recreation, or related field.
 Willingness to learn and perform a multitude of tasks
 Excellent communication skills
 Reliable transportation
 Able to work independently and as part of a team

Commitment: Intern Naturalists are expected to work for the Spring, Summer, or Fall season and generally work a minimum of 12 hours/week. Some evening and weekends may be required.

To apply for an internship, please send cover letter, resume and three references to:
Oregon Ridge Nature Center
Attn: Naturalist Internship
13555 Beaver Dam Road
Cockeysville, MD 21030

For additional information, visit www.oregonridgenaturecenter.org or call 410-887-1815.

Schools: Fulton Henson

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 1/1/2015

A.E. Schwartz & Assoc. in Boston. Lots of OPPS! All Fulton 11/1/2013 [-]

2014 Internship/Externship Opportunities

Several former interns are now partners with equity.
Each started as interns with A.E. Schwartz & Associates.

Our atmosphere is relaxed, focused, practical, hands-on and more of a mentor/partnership approach where each intern will be valued as an active and important team member.

Internship spaces are limited.

INTERNSHIP CATEGORIES

Writers/Editors:
Develop/write a wide range of new materials ~ Edit, critique and proof on-line content and website text ~ Research and create new products for ReadySetPresent.com (PowerPoint content, glossaries, articles, and more ~ Create leader guides and additional instructions for presenters utilizing our PowerPoint presentations ~ Edit and generate new copy for manuscripts, training packages, and self-study guides ~ Write press releases and newsletters ~ Develop instructions to our newest product line (PowerPoint games).

This internship offers a percentage of profit created from the team's efforts as well as contract, part or full time affiliation.� Interns will receive written acknowledgement in publications when appropriate. Upon successful completion, this position may evolve into a part-time or full-time associate.

Marketing: Social Media Coordinators:
Our Social Media Coordinator will understand the value and mission of our websites (primarily ReadySetPresent.com) and appropriately represent this business in the social media space. The ideal candidate must have familiarity with major social sites and services; deep personal engagement in social media; and experience pitching bloggers and driving traffic through organic (non-paid) means.

Create content to disseminate on social networks, aggregation websites, message boards, fan sites and more ~ Actively work to identify relevant audiences for our community campaigns ~ Refine and accelerate our existing social media strategies on Facebook, Twitter and more ~ Monitor social media best practices and provide proactive recommendations ~ Develop link exchanges and ongoing relationships with appropriate partners ~ Track the effectiveness of campaigns in daily and weekly reports ~ Monitor day-to-day social media conversations; and keep up-to-date with emerging social media platforms and opportunities ~ Identify new trends in social media. This may lead to a full time opportunity based upon our overall success.

Graphic Designers (Print/Web and Audio/Video):
Whether it is working on web sites, on-line learning, slide shows, print, or promotional pieces, image is a crucial part of the business package. Designers must be able to realize new visual concepts for all aspects of our company to reflect the professionalism of their content and medium.

Create HTML pages utilizing Dreamweaver and CSS for our commercial websites and client websites through aediswebdesign.com ~ Design sales materials, press releases, training products, book proposals, and training materials ~ Create new products for www.readysetpresent.com, PPT templates, presentations, products, manuals, articles, advertisements and newsletters ~ Utilize a wide range of programs Quark, Adobe CS4 Suite, PowerPoint and many others ~ Utilize audio and video software to create promotional pieces and products. A fast paced creative challenge to expand any portfolio with meaningful projects/work.

Sales & Marketing (On-Line & Traditional)
Sales and marketing is an integral part of our organization. Marketing on-line and creating business partnerships are vital necessities to the continual growth and success of our organization. This position requires creative and persistent individuals who will clearly articulate the organizations services and their benefits to the decision-makers of the business community.

Develop partnerships for our commercial websites ~ Develop strategies and new distribution outlets (on- and off-line) for products at readysetpresent.com and our services ~ Utilize social networks to develop campaigns for six (6) of our all our internal websites and a few client websites ~ Assist with client e-mail correspondence, sales manuals, marketing strategy, writing copy, newsletters, press releases, contracts and negotiations and more ~ Projects may include and would not be limited to: working with mailing lists and job postings, reaching out to potential partners or sponsors, and maintaining communications with interested organizations, groups and participants ~ Submit into on-line directories and search engines while monitoring site rankings ~ Optimize our commercial websites using SEO and additional strategies ~ Research and build relationships for incoming and outgoing links with other web sites. This internship offers a percentage of the profit created from the team's efforts as well as potential contract, part-time, or full-time affiliation.

Business Technology / IT / Programmers:
Re-develop and expand our commercial web site Internships4You.com utilizing PHP, CGI and other technologies. ~ Develop new website functions, front end design and back end administration, features, and automation ~ Create solutions and generate information for intranet, partners, and end-users ~ Maintain and develop on our Apache server through new software, security and related ~ Work with marketing and e-commerce strategies.

A results-oriented opportunity to work with state-of-the-art software for detail-oriented people. Ideal for self-motivated people who are driven to learn new web technologies and implement them while gaining hand-on experience and potential long-term affiliation (equity and ownership/ partnership).

Web Marketing/SEO Placement
Submit into on-line directories and search engines while monitoring site rankings ~ Optimize our commercial websites using SEO and additional strategies ~ Research and build relationships for incoming and outgoing links with other web sites ~ This internship offers a percentage of the profit created from the team's efforts as well as potential contract, part-time, or full-time affiliation.

SEND RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO: interns@aeschwartz.com
Type in Subject: 2014: Internships.

Located south of Boston in Stoughton, Mass.
Accessible by public transportation, having a car is preferable.

Enormous Financial Potential, Unique Opportunity, Creative Input, Decision Making and Equity with a Future.
_

Philosophy Towards Students/Interns: A mentoring interaction with each intern and extern develops a mutually beneficial relationship. Each intern/extern is given hands-on responsibilities, and our organization continues to grow due to the skills, participation, and involvement that each intern contributes. In many instances, professional relationships with former students/interns evolve long after the formal internship's/externship's conclusion. Since our organization is a small but growing sole proprietorship, I can ensure that you will not spend the majority of your time on mind-numbing office work. Interns are given significant projects which match their unique abilities and potential equity in projects and profits. Extern's are involved in meeting via conference calls, speaker phone, web and encouraged to visit here in Boston. While they are not present we make certain they are a part of the team virtually.

Our organization is growing and our internship/externship program has always provided hands-on/project-driven opportunities to learn and make real-world contributions.

Our interns are responsible for their own housing and expenses.

We require: a specific "email" cover letter to better understand your interests, a resume, references (names and numbers) and any collateral information. We will contact you within 7-10 business days to discuss your application in greater detail if we see a potential match. We always encourage applicants to follow up via email and/or phone within 7-10 days after submitting their information.

As you will see from the description below, A.E. Schwartz & Associates is an exciting place. We await your reply and thoughts.


OPENINGS:
2/3+ openings for each of the categories listed below.
Graduate, undergraduate students as well as professionals in transition.

HOURS: 24+ hours per week (flexible schedule throughout the year).

COMPENSATION: Stipend of $100.00 monthly.
Compensation contingent upon quality of work, and revenues actualized.
Potential equity, contract work, part-time and/or full-time employment upon completion.

CREDIT: Yes. We always encourage and support applicants seeking academic credit.

BENEFITS: Hands-on experience; real work; involvement and participation; build your resume and portfolio; explore your potential and more.

REQUIREMENTS: All interns must have: excellent communication and organizational skills; ability to work independently and in teams; follow through; computer skills; Internet knowledge and experience.

SEND RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO: interns@aeschwartz.com
Type in Subject: 2014 Internship.

Located south of Boston in Stoughton, Mass.
Accessible by public transportation, having a car is preferable.

Enormous Financial Potential, Unique Opportunity, Creative Input, Decision Making and Equity with a Future.

A.E. Schwartz & Associates
School4Managers.com
ReadySetPresent.com
aes@aeschwartz.com
t. 781.436.5033

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 1/1/2015

Internships in Thailand All Fulton 10/31/2013 [-]

http://www.internshipsthailand.com/

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 1/1/2015

Marketing and Advertising in LAW office All Fulton 10/24/2013 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization:  Procino Wells, LLC Attorneys at Law.  Seaford, Delaware.  www.seafordlaw.com

Description Of Internship:  Assist with Marketing and Advertising. Managing and scheduling marketing meetings. Creating flyers, booklets and pamphlets. Managing social network profiles. Help cultivate fresh marketing ideas and facilitate marketing projects, tasks, and systems.

Qualifications:  Responsible and loyal. Strong ability to multitask. Excellent communication skills. Strong work ethic and ambition. Self motivated and organized.

Application Procedures:  Email resume, cover letter, and personal references in confidence to Lonyai T. Downing, Office Manager at LTD@seafordlaw.com.

Rate Of Pay:  * Unpaid internship/ Ask about possible part-time employment*Interns may be paid at the conclusion of their term according to the Managing Attorney's perceived value of their services rendered.

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 12/1/2015

Holocaust Awareness, Inc Internship. Remote work possible All Fulton 10/22/2013 [-]

Description Of Internship:
We are presently in the process of building an international company. Our initial goal is to provide educational material free of charge to high schools and colleges across the globe about the truth of the holocaust. Our area has one of the largest populations of survivors and our goal is to get as many interviews - written and videotaped as possible as they are rapidly dying off. All interviews are going to be published in both English and the interviewees native language. We need interns at every level - research (copyrights and permissions), editing for grammar and spelling and consistency, translation, graphic design, web design, social media etc. See below.

Qualifications:
Graphic design,contribute graphics for web, marketing, brochures, donor cards etv. Web Design - make our website better in every way English Majors - writing, editing etc Journalism Majors - interviews,writing and reporting History Majors - learn living history Videographers - videotape and edit interviews Philosophy - how can we prevent this from happening Psychology - why did this happen Video editing

Application Procedures:
Because of the highly sensitive nature of this material and the absolute necessity for accuracy, factual responsibility and professionalism, interns will be screened carefully and chosen based on the recommendations of their teachers, for reliability, responsibility, maturity and professionalism. I would like to speak to the applicant on the phone first and then determine at that point what further material that I will need which will include a recommendation from a previous employer, teacher or ... depending on the position.

Rate Of Pay:
credit - depending on the quality of the work can move into a paid position and the opportunity to put on your resume that you have worked for what is going to be an international company.


Questions and Comments:
We are in the process of building an international company and therefore I believe that this is an unparalleled opportunity for an intern to be immersed into a part of history that still lives in the minds and hearts of survivors - and stands to be repeated unless society as a whole begins to take our responsibility for worldwide human rights seriously. The opportunities to use one's talents to truly make a difference in the world are great.

Apply:  Pamela H. Parsons, Executive Assistant to Steven Szayevicz CEO Founder Pam@holocaustawareness.com www.holocaustawareness.com.  847-530-3771

Schools: Fulton Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 12/31/2014

Business Office help All Fulton 7/29/2013 [-]

Requesting Organization: Bloosurf LLC

email:
Denise.Wagner@bloosurf.com

Phone: 410-957-6060

Description Of Internship:  Business writing, answer phone, assist with correspondence, meet and greet clients, support current office staff, help update current data bases. Help define proper procedures for office duties.

Qualifications: Majors: Business writing, business administration, and/or business.

Application Procedures: Please apply by resume and cover letter to Bloosurf LLC Attn: Denise Wagner, Director of Lower Shore Operations 1731 Broad Street, Pocomoke, MD 21851

Rate Of Pay:  fuel stipend only

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 1/1/2015

Communication/Marketing/Management Intern Fall Spring Summer Fulton 7/8/2013 [-]

Assist in day to day operations including but not limited to:
-school and customer communication
-creating newsletters, writing stories and conducting interviews
-Assist in on-site marketing .
Qualifications:
Must be outgoing, organized and have a great personality.
Majors: Communications Business Management Marketing Exercise Science Etc.
Application Procedures:
Please email resume to Adam Manning. Adam@HappyFeetDelmarva.com. We will set up an interview.
email: Adam@HappyFeetDelmarva.com

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): Fall Spring Summer

Date inactive: 6/30/2314

Marketing Internship with Uticom All Fulton 4/2/2013 [-]

Name Of Organization: Uticom Systems, Inc.

Address: 32221 Beaver Run Drive, Salisbury, MD 21804

Website: www.uticom.net

Contact Person: Bob Thompson - VP Sales & Marketing

When Is Internship: All semesters

Description Of Internship: Intern duties will include industry specific marketing, planning and strategic execution of Uticom's marketing plan. Specific duties include assisting with prospect and client contact including direct action requests and prospecting.

Qualifications: Special skills - Microsoft Office & good verbal communication skills.

Application Procedures: Send resume to Bob@uticom.net or call at 410-251-3487.

Rate Of Pay: 10.00 per hour

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 4/1/2015

Internship with Environment Maryland All Fulton 11/26/2012 [-]

Name Of Organization: Environment Maryland

Address: 3121 St. Paul Street Suite 26, Baltimore, MD 21218

Website: http://www.environmentmaryland.org/

When Is Internship: All Semesters

Description Of Internship:
Internships with Environment Maryland offer students a unique, mentored experience. Interns work one-on-one with Environment Marylands advocates and campaign organizers. Interns acquire the basic skills to analyze issues and put together solutions to problems that threaten our environment. Interns learn that activism and participation in the democratic process yield results.

Though responsibilities vary, most internships include the following:
- Conduct research into critical environmental problems and prepare fact sheets for wide scale distribution.
- Assist in the preparation of media events.
- Attend meetings with lawmakers and state agency staff.
- Reach out to businesses and organizations to get them to work in partnership with us.
- Mobilize our grassroots base to impact upcoming policy decisions.

Although Environment Maryland internships are unpaid, students may receive academic credit from their college or university.

Qualifications:
- A strong commitment to Environment Marylands issues.
- Strong writing and analytical skills.
- The ability to debate and speak persuasively.
- An enthusiasm for the work.
- Any majors are welcome to apply, we are mostly looking for a strong commitment to the environment and interest in working to protect it through non-profit work.

Application Procedures: Interested students should submit a letter of interest and resume to info@EnvironmentMaryland.org. The letter should describe your primary interests in an internship, how this fits into your career objectives, and your availability in terms of dates and hours.

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 11/21/2014

Research Internship-Friends of Millcreek, LLC Spring Fulton 1/18/2011 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization:  Friends of Millcreek, LLC

Street Address:  10706 Mallard Point Road.  Chestertown, MD  21620.  
Phone:  610-430-1509.  FAX:  610-430-1509

Spring 2011

Description Of Internship:  Research Mill Creek & Worton Creek dredging, hydro surveys for the past 50 years, and types of fish and wildlife in the area.

Qualifications: Internet, Microsoft Office, and grant-writing skills. 

Application Procedures: Please send resume and cover letter to Contact Person: Joyce Hawkins.  joyce.t.hawkins@verizon.net

Pay:  10.00 per hour part time position

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue

Semester(s): Spring

Date inactive:

Outdoor camp internship or summer job Summer Fulton 1/12/2011 [-]

Nature Camps is an Outdoor Adventure and Environmental Education organization, that is committed to the use of experiential education programs to promote individual growth, and sensory awareness for both children and parents. NC is a family based program.  in Monkton, Maryland.

 

http://www.naturecamps.com/

with the following backgrounds:

Ropes Course/Group Initiative Facilitators
Life Guards
Teen Adventure
Trip Leaders
Certified Swimming Instructor (WSI)
Outdoor Educators
Natural Craft Teachers
Song Leaders
Camping/Wilderness Skills
Nature Journaling
Story Tellers
Certified Canoeists
Hike Masters
Bike Trail Trip Leaders
New Games Experienced
Potters and Weavers
WFA or WFR

June 20 – August 12.

 

These dates do not include training and orientation dates. 

Paid Internships and Summer Employment

Schools: Fulton Seidel

Semester(s): Summer

Date inactive:

NPR Internship Opportunities. All Fulton 1/10/2011 [-]

NPR Internship Opportunities. Following is a list of internship positions available at NPR. The specific internships offered vary from semester to semester. All internships are located in Washington, DC, unless noted otherwise beneath the title of the internship. 2011-12.  NPR Internship Opportunities.

All Things Considered (Typically offered all three semesters)
Conducts research for daily stories and long-term projects; books interviews; retrieves archival tape; attends daily editorial meeting; and helps get the program on the air, which includes performing routine administrative tasks. He/she should have an interest in the news and be prepared to offer story ideas. A liberal arts background - an individual majoring in religion, history, art, etc. is preferred. In addition to the regular application items, candidates must submit a writing sample.

All Things Considered, Opinions (Typically offered all three semesters)
Works with All Things Considered on commentaries and opinions; assists with writing headlines and building Web pages. The ideal candidate is a news junkie with a flair for writing and the arts whose first instinct is to go to the opinion pages and read op-eds and essays. He/she should have good news judgment, and writing experience. Experience on a school newspaper is very helpful, op-ed page experience even better.

All Songs Considered (Typically offered all three semesters)
Helps produce Second Stage (previously called OpenMic) series using html, NPR’s content Management System, and Photoshop; auditions CD for possible review; contacts labels for CD acquisition; acts as liaison with Second Stage artists; helps secure clearances for use of material on site; researches and fact checks for artist reviews.  Required:  Strong writing skills; love of music; working knowledge of HTML; working knowledge of Photoshop.  Preferred:  experience in music-related field, for example:  music degree or music study, radio DJ, music journalism or experience writing music reviews.

Arts & Information Desk Internship: (Typically offered all three semesters)
Sets-up interviews; greets and escorts interview guests; logs tape; conducts story research for reporters and editors and participates in story production; sorts mail; answers phone; assists with development and maintenance of obituary project sound files; and participates in staff meetings and projects as required. Candidates should be interested in the arts, journalism, digital technology, history and other areas of cultural expression. Strong research skills, computer literacy, and knowledge of NPR programming preferred. In addition to the regular application items, candidates must submit a writing sample.

Audience Insight and Research Internship: (Typically offered all three semesters)
Interested in first-hand exposure to media research and strategy?  Consider an internship with our team, which acts as an internal research consultant to all NPR departments.  Interns work closely with staff from across the organization to bring audience insights into the center of decision making.  Tasks include analyzing listener habits and demographics, working with surveys, answering research requests from employees, and becoming familiar with databases like Arbitron and Nielsen.  A keen ability to synthesize and present information (written and graphic) is important.  Experience with survey work and research is a plus.

Audio Engineering Internship: (Typically offered in the Summer semester)
Shadows a Broadcast/Recording Technician to learn the operation of the record centrals and broadcast studios. Has the opportunity for hands-on practice on the technical equipment. Does simple feed recordings and mixes. Candidates with technical experience and/or background preferred.

Communications/ Marketing and Branding: (Typically offered all three semesters)
Assists in the planning and development of activities and materials designed to increase awareness of NPR stations and NPR programming among the widest possible audience and strengthen the image of NPR and its Member stations as leaders in the media industry and their communities.  The intern will support the department in its work to strengthen station relations by creating materials (articles, press releases, advertisement, e-marketing content, etc.) for use in efforts to raise awareness, promoting listening, and increase revenue to Member stations; and responding to Member Station request for assistance and materials.  Communications, marketing, or public relations major preferred.  Experience using Microsoft Word, the Internet and general computer proficiency is required; previous office experience is a plus.  Strong writing skills are required.  In addition to the regular application items, candidates must submit a writing sample.

Communications/Creative Design Internship: (Typically offered all three semesters)
Works on graphic and web projects in conjunction with Creative Services staff; actively participates in creative and production process, organizes and maintains print and electronic files for the group; and assists in day-to-day administrative tasks. Graphic or Publication Design major needed. Experience using both Mac and PC platforms preferred. Solid writing, communications, and organizational skills required.

Communications/Media Relations Internship: (Typically offered all three semesters)
Become a member of NPR's Media Relations team, and take part in the exciting and fast-paced work of media and publicity. As an intern in the Media Relations Department, you will learn about pitching print and broadcast journalists, developing publicity plans and writing press releases.  The media relations intern will gain valuable experience by assisting in the publicity of NPR programs, personalities and breaking news. The intern will actively participate in researching media contacts, maintaining press lists and databases, compiling press kits and writing press releases and media advisories.  Journalism, Communications, Public Relations or Marketing major preferred; experience using Microsoft Word, the Internet and general computer proficiency is required. Strong writing skills are required. Previous office experience is a plus. In addition to the regular application items, candidates must submit a writing sample that clearly demonstrates creative writing skills.

Corporate Business Development: (Typically offered in the Summer semester only)
NPR's Business Development explores potential new revenue streams, analyzes potential investments, and internal business development opportunities to (1) strengthen NPR's existing businesses (2) maintain an interest in the developing new media and broadband environment and (3) strengthen and extend the educational mission of Public Radio. The position offers unique exposure to both the traditional media industry as well as the developing broadband and new media environment. Responsibilities include assisting in analyzing new media markets, evaluating business plans and opportunities, developing project plans, financial modeling and performing due diligence activities. The position works closely with each of NPR's Divisions to identify and facilitate new business development. The ideal candidate will be a current MBA student, possess an interest in and aptitude for NPR's core broadcasting and new media businesses, the ability to work independently and represent NPR with potential partners, the ability to perform strategic analysis of new media opportunities, experience and interest in technology, strong financial analysis skills, and strong written and oral communication skills.

Corporate Sponsorship Internship: (Typically offered all three semesters)
Provides general support to Corporate Sponsorship Department. Helps update, assemble, and send out promotional and effectiveness materials to sponsorship representatives and sponsors; reviews underwriting credit affidavits from member stations and prepares discrepancy reports; and monitors member stations online for compliance with NPR sponsorship announcements and schedules. Requires proficiency with standard personal and office computing programs (knowledge of PowerPoint a plus), ability to perform tasks accurately under deadlines, excellent written and verbal communication skills, and organizational skills.

Development Internship: (Typically offered all three semesters)
Join NPR’s growing Development team and gain valuable experience in fundraising, communications, and event planning. The intern supports the Development team in its overall fundraising efforts and plays an integral role in planning and implementing events at NPR's headquarters, including NPR's Weekend in Washington—a three-day event featuring guest speakers and NPR hosts and correspondents. The intern will have opportunities to work in major gifts, foundation and grants, event management, and board relations. Other responsibilities include a variety of writing assignments, research, office organization, and database management. Intern must be flexible, creative, and have the ability to manage projects independently.  Interest in public radio and fundraising preferred.

Digital Media, Arts & Entertainment Editorial Internship: (Typically offered all three semesters)
Edits and produces Web and podcast content for Books, Movies and other Arts sections on NPR.org. Assists with writing and editing news and feature coverage; assists in building Web pages and multimedia elements using HTML and tools such as Photoshop, Home site, Soundslides amd Sound Forge; researches stories and performs administrative tasks.  Required: demonstrated record of creative accomplishment; demonstrated passion for books, movies and the arts generally; demonstrated excellence in writing and editing; creativity and ability to be flexible; ability to work quickly, accurately and under deadline. Preferred: news writing and editing strongly preferred; experience with Web or multimedia production.

Executive Producer, Intern Edition Internship: (Typically offered all three semesters)
Manages Intern Edition (student/intern) staff activities and production of Intern Edition audio program. Arranges and conducts interviews of candidates for Intern Edition senior staff positions; leads all Intern Edition staff meetings; oversees story assignment process; collaborates with Senior Editor in scheduling and enforcing deadlines; assists with reporting, writing, editing and music selections for the program; ensures a finished product (Intern Edition radio show) that is completed on deadline; works with supervisor in resolving logistical issues and other conflicts; and provides logistical support to Intern Edition Project Manager and NPR Professional Staff related to training interns for Intern Edition job duties. Senior level undergraduate or graduate student with degree in journalism or broadcast journalism; project management experience helpful; excellent and demonstrated writing and editing skills and verbal communication skills; strong organizational, leadership and interpersonal skills; resourceful and able to work well within a team as well as independently. In addition to the regular application items, candidates must submit a journalism-related work sample.

Finance Internship - Accounting: (Typically offered all three semesters)
Typically the intern will split their time in the General Ledger, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable and Payroll departments; assist with data entry, bank deposits, filing of check copies, invoices and time sheets and researching customer inquiries; experience in Microsoft Excel and general computer proficiency is required and previous office experience is a plus

Finance Internship - Treasury and Investments: (Typically offered all three semesters)
The intern will assist with the monitoring and due diligence of NPR investment managers, support the building of performance materials including benchmark comparisons, and gain an overall knowledge of non-profit institutional investing and corporate cash functions.  The ideal candidate is a business, finance, accounting or economics major with an interest in cash management or investments.  Knowledge of Microsoft Excel is required.

Human Resources Internship: (Typically offered all three semesters)
Assists the Staffing Office with writing weekly Employment Opportunities bulletin; processing resumes; and updating information in HRIS. Performs special projects under the direction of a staff member; assists with updating the Human Resources Intranet web site; works with staff of Benefits, Training and Employee Relations to perform special projects. Human Resources major preferred; experience using PC and Microsoft Office software preferred; solid writing, communications, and organizational skills required.

Information Technology Internship: (Typically offered all three semesters)
Under supervision, provide technical analysis, programming and support to users to include design, development, modification, problem resolution and short-term planning to meet business objectives. Creates Infopath forms to interact with back-end databases and Sharepoint portal server. Education requirement is nearing completion of sophomore year of Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems and Technology, or Computer Engineering Program; One year of related work experience desired; strong interpersonal skills; ability to work independently or as a member of a team; flexibility and adaptability to multiple changing priorities and familiarity with PCs running Windows 2000, MS Office, SQL, Visual Basic and relational database management concepts is necessary.

Legal/Office of the General Counsel Internship: (Typically offered all three semesters - multiple positions often available.) Legal interns are crucial contributors to the goal of the Office of the General Counsel (“OGC”) to provide high quality, cost-efficient, legal and related services to our NPR® clients to achieve its mission of service to the public.  The OGC offers challenging and diverse work assignments for legal interns as it provides legal assistance to all the corporate divisions of NPR.  Legal interns (law clerks) work on legal and policy matters concerning a nonprofit corporation and a radio network.  The OGC handles a wide variety of legal issues, including (in no particular order of priority):  FCC regulatory and other communications; First Amendment; Internet; various aspects of intellectual property, including  music rights, content licensing, copyright, trademark, and patents; nonprofit tax; technology, such as software licensing; employment and labor, including Title VII, labor relations, and other aspects of the employer-employee relationship; and corporate law, as well as contracts in all areas.  Law clerks are expected to contribute to all practice areas and they not only conduct legal research and prepare legal memoranda and other legal documents, but also participate in client meetings, legislative and regulatory meetings, and other “outside-the-library” projects, such as observing legal proceedings and attending legal training offered through the District of Columbia Bar Association or other local organizations.
 
Interns in the OGC also participate in an NPR-wide orientation and training program along with other interns in various divisions of NPR and also would have an opportunity during the summer, if they are so inclined and OGC responsibilities permit, to become involved in an in-house production and broadcast of Intern Edition, a news magazine completely staffed by interns.  Legal internships at NPR are available only to law students.  We prefer students who will have completed two years of law school by the time their internships start, though we will consider applications from law students who have completed their first year, at a minimum, if they have relevant background experience and strong legal research and writing skills.  NPR offers legal internships throughout the year.  They can be either funded or unfunded.  Course credit may be obtained by arrangement with individual law schools.  During the summer, we expect law clerks to work full time, 40 hours per week for 10 weeks.  Spring, fall, and winter internships can be on a part-time (at least 16 hours per week) or full-time schedule.

In addition to the NPR Internship Application Form (available on the NPR website at  www.npr.org/about/jobs/intern/internship_application.pdf), applications for legal internships must include:
a cover letter;
a résumé;
a legal writing sample;
names and contact information for three references (reference letters are not required), at least two of whom should be familiar with the applicant’s legal research and writing skills;
an unofficial law school transcript.
We consider applications for winter/spring and fall internships on a rolling basis during the year.  Submit summer applications in the preceding January, after fall semester grades are available.  Please submit applications either to the Human Resources Department – Internship Program, National Public Radio, Inc., 635 Massachusetts Avenue, Washington, DC 20001-3753, or to Greg Lewis, Associate General Counsel, National Public Radio, Inc., at the same address.  (Please do not send applications by e-mail.)  More information about the internship program at NPR in general is available at the internships page.  If you have questions about NPR legal internships, please contact Greg Lewis at 202- 513 -2050 or at glewis@npr.org.  

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive:

Marketing, organic Foods Spring Summer Fulton 1/7/2011 [-]

The Good Farm - Internship.  Description:  A small specialty farm growing organically for local restaurants and health food stores.  We enjoy a great rapport with the chefs and owners that we grow for.  Specialty grows are offered to select customers in order to strengthen the buying-selling relationship.  We would like to expand in other directions, including but not limited to home delivery, market sales, and CSA development.  The business is looking to grow itself in a bio-dynamic agri-tourism direction, offering "alternative eco-friendly vacationing" within the next three years.  New marketing opportunities are limited only by ones imagination.  Our growth potential is unlimited.

Contact: Christie McDowell. 
Email Address:  thegoodfarm@gmail.com.  Phone:  410-713-8803

Compensation Type:  Unpaid

Address:  9737 Timonstown Road
 Berlin, Maryland      21811
 United States of America

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): Spring Summer

Date inactive:

Alerts for Henson Majors

 Title Semester School Posted View
The Office of Congressman Elijah E. Cummings (D-MD 7th) is seeking highly motivated candidates to join his Washington, D.C. office for an internship beginning in December and continuing through the Spring Semester. Spring Henson 10/29/2014 [-]

The Office of Congressman Elijah E. Cummings (D-MD 7th) is seeking highly motivated candidates to join his Washington, D.C. office for an internship beginning in December and continuing through the Spring Semester. Candidates should be organized, professional, quick learners, team players and approach new challenges with a positive attitude.
To apply for this position, please send an email to Brett.Cozzolino@mail.house.gov with a resume, cover letter, and a short writing sample.
REPORTS TO: Intern Coordinator/Supervisor
CORE RESPONSIBILITIES:
• To assist in performing research, processing incoming mail, data entry, reception duties, and other office errands.
DUTIES:
• Performs research (CRS, the Library of Congress);
• Sorts and distributes mail through Intranet Quorum;
• Performs data entry, which includes logging in letters and constituent requests, including names and addresses of constituents;
• Answers the telephones
• Greets visitors and signs for deliveries; and
• Performs other duties as assigned by the Intern Supervisor.

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): Spring

Date inactive: 11/30/2014

Maryland Job Network Intern Positions Henson 9/19/2014 [-]

Below is a list of internships. If you would like more infromation click on the provided link.

Available Intern Openings:


Intern Title: Entry Level Sales Trainee

Location: Nottingham, MD

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Entry-Level-Sales-Trainee-e-ADP-l-Nottingham,-MD-jobs-j8815880.html


Intern Title: Research Intership at Brookings Institution

Location: Washington, DC

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Research-Internship-e-Brookings-Institution-l-Washington,-DC-jobs-j8823432.html


Intern Title: Administrative Internship-Front Office

Location: Chantilly, VA

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Administrative-Internship--Front-Office-e-Integrity-Applications-Incorporated-l-Chantilly,-VA-jobs-j8819854.html 


Intern Title: Design Engineer Intern

Location: Washington, DC

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-DESIGN-ENGINEER-INTERN-e-MC-Dean-l-Washington,-DC-jobs-j8843290.html


Intern Title: Transportation Engineering Intern

Location: Washington, DC

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Transportation-Engineering-Intern-e-HDR-Inc-l-Washington,-DC-jobs-j8822007.html


Intern Title: Engineer

Location: Merrifield, VA

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-InternEngineer-e-General-Dynamics-Advanced-Information-Systems--Fidelis-l-Bethesda,-MD-jobs-j8816111.html


Intern Title: Project Management Inter (year round)

Location: Merrifield, VA

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Project-Management-Intern-Year-Round-e-Navy-Federal-Credit-Union-l-Merrifield,-VA-jobs-j8845549.html


Intern Title: Technical Intern

Location: Chantilly, VA and Reston, VA

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Technical-Intern-e-Engility-Corporation-l-Chantilly,-VA-jobs-j8811898.html


Intern Title: Fall/Spring Intern Health Care Reform

Location: Washington, DC

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-FallSpring-Intern-Healthcare-Reform-e-Avalere-Health-LLC-l-Washington,-DC-jobs-j8817411.html


Intern Title: Business to Business Territory Sales Representative with Base Salary and Commission

Location: Nottingham, MD

For more infromation: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Business-to-Business-Territory-Sales-Representative-with-Base-Salary-and-Commiss-e-ADP-l-Nottingham,-MD-jobs-j6010241.html


 

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s):

Date inactive: 12/30/2014

Event planning in Ocean City, MD All Henson 9/2/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: The Red Doors Community Center

Street Address: 302 N. Baltimore Ave Ocean City MD

Website: http://reddoors.org/

Contact Person: Fawn Mete

Description Of Internship: event planning, assisting instructors, administrative support, desktop publishing

Qualifications: Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite (esp Excel, Word, and Publisher) -Creativity -Attention to detail Open to all majors, but may be a great fit for: Public Relations, Communications, Education, Business, English, Social Work

Application Procedures: Please send an email introducing yourself with a resume attached to fawn@reddoors.org.

Rate Of Pay: unpaid

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 7/31/2015

Oak Ridge Baptist Church-Internship Fall Henson 7/14/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Oak Ridge Baptist Church

Street Address: 361 Tilghman Rd

City: Salisbury

State: MD

Zip Code: 21804

Website: www.orbc.net

Contact Person: Angel Adams

Email: aadams@orbc.net

Phone: 410-924-7868

When Is Internship: Fall

Description Of Internship: Assist with general communications, website updates and graphic arts at Oak Ridge Baptist Church

Qualifications: Web design, graphic art skills, social media, communication.

Application Procedures: Email Resume

Rate Of Pay: Unpaid

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): Fall

Date inactive: 7/14/2015

White House Internship All Henson 7/9/2014 [-]

The White House Internship Program provides a unique opportunity to gain valuable professional experience and build leadership skills. This hands-on program is designed to mentor and cultivate today’s young leaders, strengthen their understanding of the Executive Office and prepare them for future public service opportunities.

The White House Internship Program’s mission is to make the “People’s House” accessible to future leaders from around the nation.

The application for the Spring 2015 White House Internship Program is now open.

The application period for the White House Internship Program is now open. The application deadline for the Spring 2015 program is September 7, 2014.

All application materials, including recommendations, must be submitted on or before the application deadline.

http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/internships/apply

Am I eligible to apply for a White House Internship?

Applicants must be U.S. citizens, 18 years of age on or before the first day of the internship, and meet at least one of the following criteria:

  • Currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program at a college, community college, or university (two-to-four year institution)
  • Graduated from an undergraduate or graduate program at a college, community college, or university (two-to-four year institution) no more than two years before the first day of the internship
  • A veteran of the United States Armed Forces who possesses a high school diploma or its equivalent and has served on active duty, for any length of time, in the two years preceding the first day of the internship

Am I available for the White House Internship Program?

All White House Interns are expected to intern full-time for the entire term of the program.

  • The White House Internship Program is an unpaid program
  • Interns will be expected to work from approximately 9:00 AM-6:00 PM, Monday-Friday
  • Hours may vary by office

Do I have all my application materials?

A completed packet includes:

  • Two Essays: Each answer should be between 300-500 words in length
  • Current Resume: Your resume should not exceed one page
  • Two Letters of Recommendation

How do I submit my application correctly?

  • All application materials must be submitted online.
  • All application materials, including recommendations, must be submitted on or before the application deadline.

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 7/9/2015

Animal husbandry, history or education-Delmarva Discovery Center All Henson 5/15/2014 [-]

Delmarva Discovery Center is a nonprofit cultural, historical, and natural learning center in Pocomoke. We are looking for interns for either credit or non credit students.

Specifically, we are looking for students who would like to intern with husbandry (directly working with our 20+ animals), history, or education departments. For the husbandry and education departments we are looking for individuals that are comfortable with a wide variety of animals (snakes, turtles, frogs, fish ect…). We would like students with prior knowledge of these animals or students who are willing to learn about them. There is also aquarium care (including marine and fresh water tanks) that we look for students to either have experience with or be willing to learn about as well. Interns will be hands on not only working with these animals but also teaching others about them. There is also a huge educational aspect to the museum. Christine and I run the education department as well. We have summer camps, outreach programs, wildlife interpretation,  after school academies, and in house programs all dealing with a variety of ages from young children to adults. All of these different programs help to increase the publics knowledge not only about our center but the environment and animals as well. 

If this does not interest you and you would prefer the history aspect of the museum we have multiple different historical values to the museum and we would love for some history majors to come in and work with us on them as well. We have a life size replica steam ship and Native American and Colonial exhibits in the museum. This is just a few examples, there is a lot more history in the museum to work with. Our whole museum is based off of the history and native environments in Delmarva. 

Although these are unpaid internships, we are more than willing to work with students to obtain credits if required or wanted. Interns will have hands on experience directly with their interests. Each intern will be able to create their own program and project which can go on resumes. Interns will be able to deliver public programs and will be able to work with us in collaboration with the National Park Service, Salisbury Zoo, Chincoteague Wildlife Refuge, NASA, and other aquarists and herpetologists from leading zoos and aquariums. 

If you have any interest please contact me or Christine through email at:  education@delmarvadiscoverycenter.org

You can also visit our website at www.delmarvadiscoverycenter.org to see more about our museum. 410-957-9933,

Katie Ballentine, Co-Director of Education and Exhibits. Delmarva Discovery Center

education@delmarvadiscoverycenter.org-

Schools: Fulton Henson Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 6/1/2015

Internships.com All Henson 5/8/2014 [-]

internships.com

http://www.salisbury.edu/careerservices/Students/Internships/Newsletter.html

Discover Internships

77,548 internship positions from 51,760 companies
located in 6,300 cities across all 50 states. 

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 5/1/2016

Horticulture Internship with big Cats (lions, tigers) Fall Summer Henson 3/28/2014 [-]

Horticulture Internship

Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge is a no-kill facility dedicated to rescuing abused, abandoned and unwanted big cats. The refuge is located in NW Arkansas is seeking a full-time, 6 months Intern Keeper. The refuge is a non-profit facility of over 100 rescued exotic cats. Work is often physically demanding. Applicants must be self-motivated, with high desire to provide the best care available to animals. Applicants must also be observant and able to keep detailed records. The ability to work in a team environment or independently is important. Twelve positions are opened each internship. Internships run every six months. If you are looking for a full-time internship working around big cats you just may have found it. http://www.turpentinecreek.org/

The Horticulture Intern will assist with the maintenance and improvement of the landscaped areas of the Refuge, including the planting, pruning and watering of trees, shrubs and perennials, spreading mulch on landscaped areas, labeling of plant displays, mowing; weed, undergrowth and plant litter removal. Also, responsible for the identification and removal of toxic plants; as well as the development of browse for environmental enrichment. This internship requires the completion of an Independent Project developed under the guidance of the Intern supervisor and will coordinate volunteers in support of project goal. Must be able to lift 50+ lbs. Requires the completion of a Bachelor's Degree in Horticulture, Botany, or a related field involving horticultural and landscaping practices. One position is opened each internship. Internships run every six months.

Job Description:

  • Responsible for the routine horticulture, landscaping, and grounds maintenance activities at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge.
  • Consults with Zoologist/Intern Supervisor regarding field changes and the implementation of landscape designs. Also, maintains general appearance of animal habitats as directed by Zoologists.
  • Plans, evaluates, and directs horticultural and landscaping activities, including the selection of plants, seeds, chemicals, horticultural displays, materials and equipment.
  • Diagnoses plant physiological problems caused by insects and diseases; develops and implements treatment plan. Identifies and removes toxic plants as needed from animal enclosures.
  • Determines annual plant needs; purchases plants, fertilizers, chemicals and other supplies for specific projects.
  • Provides technical information and answers questions regarding horticulture, landscaping, toxic plant life, and browse items for environmental enrichment for the animal collection.
  • Coordinates and directs volunteer gardening group activities; provides technical assistance, supplies and materials and maintenance support services for horticulture projects.
  • Operates automobiles service vehicles, and heavy equipment in the performance of essential job functions.
  • This position would also require that as part of the daily landscaping duties an intern will have to develop, plan, and execute (on their own) a major landscaping project as a condition of their internship.

Compensation:

Weekly cash stipend for food.
Housing is provided on the refuge.
Amenities: Heat, A/C, utilities paid, full bath, kitchen, washer & dryer, satellite TV, free long distance, internet access.

Dates:

New Position begins: February 1
Deadline for fall internship applications: April 15
Deadline for spring internship applications: November 15

To Apply: email: emily@turpentinecreek.org

OR

Send your cover letter and resume to:

Emily McCormack
Volunteer program
Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge
239 Turpentine Creek Lane
Eureka Springs, AR 72632

Schools: Henson

Semester(s): Fall Summer

Date inactive: 11/15/2014

Exotic Cat Internship Fall Summer Henson 3/28/2014 [-]

Exotic Cat Internship

Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge is a no-kill facility dedicated to rescuing abused, abandoned and unwanted big cats. The refuge is located in NW Arkansas is seeking a full-time, 6 months Intern Keeper. The refuge is a non-profit facility of over 100 rescued exotic cats. Work is often physically demanding. Applicants must be self-motivated, with high desire to provide the best care available to animals. Applicants must also be observant and able to keep detailed records. The ability to work in a team environment or independently is important. A degree in Zoology, Biology or related field is preferred, but experience with exotic animal husbandry may be considered. Twelve positions are opened each internship. Internships run every six months. If you are looking for a full-time internship working around big cats you just may have found it.  http://www.turpentinecreek.org/

Job Description:

  • Work in a Captive Animal Institution - Responsible for the daily care of Tigers, Lions, Cougars, Black Bears, Black Leopards, African Servals, Bobcats, Rhesus Macaque, and Hoof stock. Duties include animal husbandry, enrichment, record keeping of animal behavior, educational public tours, and customer service.
  • Prepare and Present Information to the Public - Responsible for greeting customers and guided tours throughout the facility. Educate the public about each resident species and the direction of the facility's future.
  • Prepare and Maintain Animal Housing - Responsible for maintaining animal and customer safety through daily exhibit checks. This includes routine landscaping, clearing habitats of underbrush, and providing animal enrichment.
  • Prepare Diets and Monitor Feeding - Maintain food quality and hygiene standards or produce and meat. Prepare and diets and monitor every animal's intake. Feed all animals and observe quantities of waste for diet recommendations. Record weight loss or gain for each animal.
  • Monitor and Maintain Animal Health - Maintain daily records of animal defecation and any loss of appetite to identify any abnormal behavior and signs of illness. Administer daily medications. Prepare and maintain quarantine areas for recent rescues.
  • Restrain and Assist in Moving Animals - Assist in relocating cats to more appropriate enclosures. Follow all safety procedures in loading and unloading and during transport of animals.
  • Identify Behavioral Needs and Improve Husbandry - Identify behavioral needs and provide approved enrichment for the animals which includes but may not be limited to environmental and scent enrichments.
  • Maintain Exhibits and Assist With Design - Assist with the design and construction of 1/2 acre enclosures. Maintain exhibits daily and detect and control pests. place power to control ticks and clear underbrush to prevent snakes.

Compensation:

Weekly cash stipend for food.
Housing is provided on the refuge.
Amenities: Heat, A/C, utilities paid, full bath, kitchen, washer & dryer, satellite TV, free long distance, internet access.

Dates:

Fall Position begins: August 15th
Spring Position begins: February 1st

Deadline for fall internship applications: April 1
Deadline for spring internship applications: November 1

To Apply:  Send your Cover Letter and Resume to:

Emily McCormack
Curator/Intern Recruiter
emily@turpentinecreek.org

** 2 Letters of Reccomendation preffered

Schools: Fulton Henson Seidel

Semester(s): Fall Summer

Date inactive: 11/1/2014

Internships in India All Henson 3/24/2014 [-]

Connectinc.in - Internships in India.  Discover India and gain practical 'on-the-job' experience in your chosen field in one of the world's most dynamic economies:  Accounting, Advertising, Marketing & PR, Architecture, Interior Design, & Real Estate, Consulting, Education, Event Management, Fashion, Film, Finance, Healthcare, HR, Information Technology, International Business, Journalism, Law, Manufacturing, Medical, NGOs, Pharmaceutical, Photography, Publishing, Sport.

6, 8, or 12 week internships in India: practical international experience leveraging our local expertise.  A Salisbury native is a Managing Partner of Connectinc.

 

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 9/9/2015

ISA-International Internships All Henson 2/21/2014 [-]

 ISA-International Studies Abroad-Service-learning programs and internships for academic programs/credit

Belgium, Colombia, England, Italy, Peru, South Korea,Brazi,l Costa Rica, India, Jordan, Scotland, Spain,Chile, Dominican Republic, Ireland, Morocco, South Africa. 


   Choose from set start dates for a 4, 6, 8 or 12 week program
   Participants will not attend classes but work full-time up to 15–35 hours per week.
   Placement eligibility determined by a language interview (country specific), resume, and cover letter upon application.
   Placements have no affiliation with host university
   Participants will develop a Portfolio throughout the program, documenting projects, hours and program activities
   Ideal for independent participants with a high level of personal initiative who are comfortable working with minimal supervision

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 1/1/2016

Internships in Barcelona, Dublin, London, Rome, Shanghai, and Sydney. All Henson 2/21/2014 [-]

IES Abroad- Develop your professional skills and provide substantive work experience to jump-start your career in today’s competitive job market.  You are guaranteed* a placement at a local business or organization and take a corresponding academic seminar—all as part of your study abroad course load. Earn 1 to 9 credits, depending on the program.  In the summer, you can opt to participate in one of our full-time internship programs in Barcelona, Dublin, London, Rome, Shanghai, and Sydney.

 

http://www.iesabroad.org/study-abroad/internships

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 1/1/2016

Conservancy of Southwest Florida Intern All Henson 2/18/2014 [-]

Website:
www.conservancy.org

Contact Person:
JoAnn Johansen

email:
internships@conservancy.org


Description Of Internship:
The Conservancy of Southwest Florida has ongoing internships for Seniors and above, with associated majors, in Environmental Education, Environmental Policy, Environmental Science Field Research, Environmental Sea Turtle Research and Special Events & Development. Depending on the particular internship position, activities may include care for live exhibits, work with protected wildlife, teaching ecological classes, animal handling, developing and managing special events, writing research summaries. The Conservancy of Southwest Florida has internships for Seniors and above, with associated majors, in Environmental Education, Environmental Policy, Environmental Science Field Research, Environmental Sea Turtle Research and Special Events & Development. Depending on the particular internship position, activities may include care for live exhibits, work with protected wildlife, teaching ecological classes, animal handling, developing and managing special events, writing research summaries, developing environmental policy statements or field sample processing. Stipends, insurance and housing are provided. See full descriptions of particular internship positions, requirements and application procedures at: http://www.conservancy.org/internships

Qualifications:
U.S. Citizen Driver's License

Application Procedures:
See full descriptions of particular internship positions, requirements and application procedures at: http://www.conservancy.org/internships

Rate Of Pay:
150/week, benefits & salary

Schools: Henson

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 2/17/2017

Delmarva Discovery Center Intern Fall Summer Henson 12/3/2013 [-]

The Delmarva Discovery Center is searching for an intern to help with our newest initiative. We are proud to announce our new initiative, Project FISH (Females in Science and Health). Our new project will bring together young females in an encouraging and safe environment where we can promote positive self body image and assist young women with pursuing their science based career goals. We are looking for an intern who is passionate about assisting young women with embracing positive body image and self respect and willing to network and reach out to potential sponsors and health care professionals.

We are also looking for assistance/ volunteers/sponsors who would be willing to speak about pursuing their career in science, and those who have battled emotional issues (eating disorders, bullying, body distortion) and are willing to serve as a positive role model for young women on Delmarva.

For more information, or to apply, please email Sarah Rubin, Director of Education and Exhibits at srubin@delmarvadiscoverycenter.org

Schools: Henson

Semester(s): Fall Summer

Date inactive: 12/3/2014

(BRANCHES) Team Leader Internship All Henson 12/3/2013 [-]

BRANCHES Team Leader Position

Building Resources And Nurturing Community Health and Environmental Stewardship

PROGRAM SUMMARY

BRANCHES is a youth workforce training, employment and educational experience for youth agers 14 – 21.  BRANCHES is designed as a way to create a renewable and homegrown pool of urban natural resources specialists for Baltimore   We are partnering with Safe Streets in the Greater Mondawmin community. The youth participants must live in or near the sites where they work and take part in activities to make their communities more beautiful and environmentally healthy.  They will also take part in enrichment activities including environmental education with Project BLUE (Baltimore Lessons in Urban Ecology), environmental arts projects and field trips.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Supervise, motivate, direct and encourage team members in job skills training and field education.
  2. Act as a role model, working alongside team members, and demonstrate a positive work ethic; develop and maintain a strong sense of teamwork among the team members
  3. Mentor, coach and support members by seizing opportunities to enhance teamwork, cooperation, decision making, problem solving, leadership and goal setting for individuals and for the group as a whole.
  4. Maintain discipline among team members individually and on the team as a whole.
  5. Fairly, reasonable and consistently enforce policies and regulations.
  6. Provide team member updates and evaluations of their adjustment to the work environment and their overall progress.
  7. Transport supplies form the office to the school and or site.
  8. Work week will be based on a 15 hours per week over five days per week at 3 hours per day.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Team leader must be at least 21 years old
  • Must have a valid driver’s license
  • Must have college level education or presently enrolled, environmental background preferred
  • Experience working with children and youth is required, and experience working with at-risk youth is preferred.
  • Successful applicants must consent to a background check.
  • Resident of and/ or familiar with Baltimore City and/or the Greater Mondawmin area
  • Good communication and organizational skills.
  • Knowledge of or experience with planting and caring for trees.
  • Able to identify native and invasive species.

COMPENSATION

The Team leader position is a contractual part-time position. You will work 5 days a week 20 hours in the academic year. 8 weeks of the summer 35 hours a week. Team leader salary range $11 to 12.60 depending on your experience. As this position is contractual, you will not receive any fringe benefits, sick days or vacation days. If interested please contact Nicole McDaniels, Green Career Program Coordinator, nicole.mcdaniels@parksandpeople.org or office: 410-448-5663 ext: 129

Schools: Henson Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 12/3/2014

Naturalist Internship @ The Oregon Ridge Nature Center in Baltimore All Henson 11/1/2013 [-]

The Oregon Ridge Nature Center is a Baltimore County Recreation & Parks facility and is located in Cockeysville, Maryland. The center is open to the public Tuesday-Saturday and offers a variety of trails and exhibits featuring live animals and the history, wildlife and natural environment of the area. Public programs, school field trips, canoeing, scout programs and special events are also offered throughout the year.

Internship Description:  Oregon Ridge Nature Center is seeking responsible, motivated, and organized interns to assist with and lead hands-on, outdoor environmental education programs. Training will be provided. Other general duties include assisting with live animal care, program materials maintenance, trail and garden work, assisting park visitors and exhibit interpretation.

Qualifications:  Applicants should have an interest or pursuing a course of study in natural sciences, environmental science, science education, outdoor recreation, or related field.
 Willingness to learn and perform a multitude of tasks
 Excellent communication skills
 Reliable transportation
 Able to work independently and as part of a team

Commitment: Intern Naturalists are expected to work for the Spring, Summer, or Fall season and generally work a minimum of 12 hours/week. Some evening and weekends may be required.

To apply for an internship, please send cover letter, resume and three references to:
Oregon Ridge Nature Center
Attn: Naturalist Internship
13555 Beaver Dam Road
Cockeysville, MD 21030

For additional information, visit www.oregonridgenaturecenter.org or call 410-887-1815.

Schools: Fulton Henson

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 1/1/2015

Internships in Thailand All Henson 10/31/2013 [-]

http://www.internshipsthailand.com/

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 1/1/2015

Website development and other advertising medias All Henson 7/29/2013 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Bloosurf LLC

Phone: 410-957-6060

Description Of Internship:  Assist in developing website, print and radio media for advertising and branding Bloosurf. We would like to target market different age groups and areas of the counties using different advertising media

Qualifications:  Computer, internet, software: for website development, print media and internet. Majors: Marketing, Business Writing, Marketing Management, or Communications.

Application Procedures: Please submit resume and cover letter to Bloosurf, LLC Attn:Denise Wagner, Director Lower Shore Operations 1731 Broad Street, Pocomoke, MD 21851

Rate Of Pay: fuel stipend only

Schools: Henson Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 1/1/2015

Communication/Marketing/Management Intern Fall Spring Summer Henson 7/8/2013 [-]

Assist in day to day operations including but not limited to:
-school and customer communication
-creating newsletters, writing stories and conducting interviews
-Assist in on-site marketing .
Qualifications:
Must be outgoing, organized and have a great personality.
Majors: Communications Business Management Marketing Exercise Science Etc.
Application Procedures:
Please email resume to Adam Manning. Adam@HappyFeetDelmarva.com. We will set up an interview.
email: Adam@HappyFeetDelmarva.com

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): Fall Spring Summer

Date inactive: 6/30/2314

Internship with Environment Maryland All Henson 11/26/2012 [-]

Name Of Organization: Environment Maryland

Address: 3121 St. Paul Street Suite 26, Baltimore, MD 21218

Website: http://www.environmentmaryland.org/

When Is Internship: All Semesters

Description Of Internship:
Internships with Environment Maryland offer students a unique, mentored experience. Interns work one-on-one with Environment Marylands advocates and campaign organizers. Interns acquire the basic skills to analyze issues and put together solutions to problems that threaten our environment. Interns learn that activism and participation in the democratic process yield results.

Though responsibilities vary, most internships include the following:
- Conduct research into critical environmental problems and prepare fact sheets for wide scale distribution.
- Assist in the preparation of media events.
- Attend meetings with lawmakers and state agency staff.
- Reach out to businesses and organizations to get them to work in partnership with us.
- Mobilize our grassroots base to impact upcoming policy decisions.

Although Environment Maryland internships are unpaid, students may receive academic credit from their college or university.

Qualifications:
- A strong commitment to Environment Marylands issues.
- Strong writing and analytical skills.
- The ability to debate and speak persuasively.
- An enthusiasm for the work.
- Any majors are welcome to apply, we are mostly looking for a strong commitment to the environment and interest in working to protect it through non-profit work.

Application Procedures: Interested students should submit a letter of interest and resume to info@EnvironmentMaryland.org. The letter should describe your primary interests in an internship, how this fits into your career objectives, and your availability in terms of dates and hours.

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 11/21/2014

Environmental Internship All Henson 8/1/2012 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Conservancy of Southwest Florida

Address: 1450 Merrihue Dr, Naples, FL 34102

Website: http://www.conservancy.org/

When Is Internship: All

Description Of Internship: The Conservancy of Southwest Florida has internships in Environmental Education, Environmental Policy, Environmental Science Field Research, Environmental Sea Turtle Research and Special Events & Development. Depending on the particular internship position, activities may include care for live exhibits, work with protected wildlife, teaching ecological classes, animal handling, developing and managing special events, writing research summaries or field sample processing. Stipends, insurance and housing are available. See full descriptions of particular internship positions, requirements and application procedures at: http://www.conservancy.org/page.aspx?pid=613

Rate Of Pay:
150/wk

Qualifications: Preferred majors include: environmental studies, biology, pre-vet, natural resources, education. Required: driver's license, US citizen

ApplicationProcedures: See full descriptions of particular internship positions, requirements and application procedures at: http://www.conservancy.org/page.aspx?pid=613 Contact Person: JoAnn Johansen Phone: 239 403 4213 Email: internships@conservancy.org

Schools: Henson

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 8/15/2015

Research Internship-Friends of Millcreek, LLC Spring Henson 1/18/2011 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization:  Friends of Millcreek, LLC

Street Address:  10706 Mallard Point Road.  Chestertown, MD  21620.  
Phone:  610-430-1509.  FAX:  610-430-1509

Spring 2011

Description Of Internship:  Research Mill Creek & Worton Creek dredging, hydro surveys for the past 50 years, and types of fish and wildlife in the area.

Qualifications: Internet, Microsoft Office, and grant-writing skills. 

Application Procedures: Please send resume and cover letter to Contact Person: Joyce Hawkins.  joyce.t.hawkins@verizon.net

Pay:  10.00 per hour part time position

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue

Semester(s): Spring

Date inactive:

Alerts for Perdue Majors

 Title Semester School Posted View
The Office of Congressman Elijah E. Cummings (D-MD 7th) is seeking highly motivated candidates to join his Washington, D.C. office for an internship beginning in December and continuing through the Spring Semester. Spring Perdue 10/29/2014 [-]

The Office of Congressman Elijah E. Cummings (D-MD 7th) is seeking highly motivated candidates to join his Washington, D.C. office for an internship beginning in December and continuing through the Spring Semester. Candidates should be organized, professional, quick learners, team players and approach new challenges with a positive attitude.
To apply for this position, please send an email to Brett.Cozzolino@mail.house.gov with a resume, cover letter, and a short writing sample.
REPORTS TO: Intern Coordinator/Supervisor
CORE RESPONSIBILITIES:
• To assist in performing research, processing incoming mail, data entry, reception duties, and other office errands.
DUTIES:
• Performs research (CRS, the Library of Congress);
• Sorts and distributes mail through Intranet Quorum;
• Performs data entry, which includes logging in letters and constituent requests, including names and addresses of constituents;
• Answers the telephones
• Greets visitors and signs for deliveries; and
• Performs other duties as assigned by the Intern Supervisor.

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): Spring

Date inactive: 11/30/2014

Paid Accounting Intern for Sherwin Williams in Crisfield, MD All Perdue 10/28/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Sherwin Williams

Internship Address: 26466 Silver Lane Crisfield MD 21817

Website: www.sherwin.com/crisfield

Contact Person: David Jayne

Phone: 410-968-1050

When Is Internship: all

Description Of Internship: Accounting intern. Will work on projects including cost savings, inventory, cost analysis, process analysis, material usage variance.

Qualifications: Knowledge of accounting practices, intermediate excel, analytical skills. Accounting or Finance majors are welcome to apply.

Application Procedures: Email cover letter and resume to david.l.jayne@sherwin.com

Rate Of Pay: 14 per hour

Schools: Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 7/31/2015

Paid Accounting Internship/Tax Internship for Spring 2015 in Salisbury, MD Spring Perdue 10/28/2014 [-]

Accounting Internship

 

 

 

 

Job Title:  Tax Internship - Spring 2015 

Description:  Holloway & Marvel, P.A. is a local public accounting firm in Salisbury, MD, and we're seeking interns for our spring 2015 (8-10 weeks, early February through mid-April) internship program.  This is an excellent opportunity to gain "real-world" CPA firm experience.

You will experience: On the job training and mentoring, working side by side with experienced staff and partners. Assignments on current client tax return preparation and special projects.

Qualifications: Must be currently enrolled in or have completed an undergraduate or graduate accounting program. High level of professionalism with strong interpersonal and communication skills. Completion of individual income tax course is preferred. Strong work ethic. Proficiency in Word and Excel. Holloway & Marvel is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, sexual orientation or any other classification protected by law.

Contact: Steven G. Woodward Sr CPA

Job Locations: Salisbury, Maryland (within walking distance of SU campus)

Job Function:  Personal Income Tax/ Accounting 

Period of Employment:  Spring

Compensation Details/Other Benefits:  $12/hr: Work Authorization: Authorized to work in the U.S.

Email to Submit Resume:  swcpa@hmcpafirm.com

Schools: Perdue

Semester(s): Spring

Schools: Perdue

Semester(s): Spring

Date inactive: 10/28/2015

Frederick Keys minor league baseball team seeking Sports Management/Business majors Spring Summer Perdue 10/21/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Frederick Keys

Street Address: 21 Stadium Dr Frederick MD 21703

Website: www.frederickkeys.com

Contact Person: Christine Roy

When Is Internship: Spring/Summer

Description Of Internship: Work in all aspects of minor league baseball to gain an understanding of the business. Promote the Keys and its various events and promotions in the community through the distribution of marketing materials and pocket schedules. Execute pre-game, in-game and post-game promotions. Operate the Keys Group Services signing up fans for new Frank Keys Army Program. Develop, prepare for and participate in various theme nights. Help raise money for Keys charity Frederick Keys Care at games via the Wheel of Fun. Dress as Keyote and/or other mascot when needed for games and outside appearances. Conduct fan surveys. Operate the Message Center Represent the Keys at various community appearances. Assist in the advertising and execution of two sessions of the Keys Youth Baseball Camp. Decorate the stadium and prepare for the various theme nights throughout the season. Assist in any other duties put forth by Keys full-time staff.

Qualifications: College sophomores, juniors, seniors, or graduate students working for academic credit in Sport Management, Marketing, Communications and Business. Ability to work night and weekend events. Must have basic computer skills i.e. Microsoft programs. A customer service background is preferred. Must be enthusiastic with a desire to work hard and have fun!

Application Procedures: Please submit cover letter and resume to Christine Roy via email or fax. Frederick Keys Christine Roy croy@frederickeys.com 21 Stadium Drive Frederick, MD 21703 Fax: 301-662-0018

Rate Of Pay: unpaid

Schools: Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): Spring Summer

Date inactive: 2/1/2015

Business Office Assistant All Perdue 10/17/2014 [-]

Job Title: Business Office Assistant
Dorchester Family YMCA
201 Talbot Avenue
Cambridge, Maryland 21613
Website:  Dorchester County Family YMCA; http://www.dorchesterymca.org/
ContactPerson:
Sandi Whitehurst/Health & Wellness Director
email: swhitehurst@dorchesterymca.org
Phone: 410-221-0505
Semesters:  All
Description Of Internship:
Job Title: Business Office Assistant Reports to: Chief Operations Officer POSITION SUMMARY: Under the direction and supervision of the Chief Operations Officer (COO), the Office Manager shall be responsible for all day to day functioning of back office activities related to accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, personnel, and general office/business systems as designated by the COO. The Office Manager is also responsible and accountable for record keeping, reports and daily deposits as well as providing direct assistance to the CEO with respect to fundraising and record keeping. The Office Manager works as part of the Senior Management Team to deliver professional customer service and relationship building skills to create a welcoming environment at the YMCA. The incumbent will also exhibit the core values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility in all aspects of their work with the YMCA. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: ● Enter A/P into Quickbooks Monthly ● Donation Reports ● Annual Invoices ○ Returns claimed in daxko ○ Letters sent ● Send Kenny Kreiser and JoAnn staff birthday lists ● Daxko A/R collections ● Billing- Program Billing Quarterly ● Run Redwoods reports for senior managers As Needed ● Contributions ○ Enter into Daxko ○ Generate thank you letters ○ Work with senior managers to ensure they are following the appropriate procedures to ensure accurate record keeping. ● Sponsorship letters (printed and mailed)- Pool banners, Basketball, Soccer ● Maintain donor and sponsor files ● New Employee manage process ○ Ensure packet is complete ○ Enter into Paycom ○ Order name tags ○ Assist senior managers with new hire trainings and user access as applicable ○ Daxko ○ Security System ○ Paycom time clock ○ Email ● Run background checks for new employees ● Maintain updated employee benefits manual ● Maintain employee email lisT Office ● Phone system (maintenance calls etc.) ● Copy machine (maintenance calls, supplies etc.) ● Maintain / Update SOP binder ● Maintain business files ● Maintain HR files YMCA COMPETENCIES: Mission Advancement: Models and teaches the Ys values. Ensures a high level of service with a commitment to changing lives. Provides employees with orientation, training, development, and recognition. Cultivates relationships to support fund-raising. Collaboration: Champions inclusion activities, strategies, and initiatives. Builds relationships to create small communities. Empathetically listens and communicates for understanding when negotiating and dealing with conflict. Provides staff with feedback, coaching, guidance and support. Operational Effectiveness: Provides others with frameworks for making decisions. Develops plans and manages best practices through engagement of team. Holds staff accountable for high-quality results using a formal process to measure progress. Personal Growth:Shares new insights. Facilitates change; models adaptability and an awareness of the impact of change. Utilizes non-threatening methods to address sensitive issues and inappropriate behavior or performance. Has the functional and technical knowledge and skills required to perform well; uses best practices and demonstrates up-to-date knowledge and skills in technology. Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk; reach with hands or arms; lift and/or move up to 25 pounds; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, or crawl. The employee is frequently required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and talk or hear. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus. QUALIFICATIONS: Strong communication, customer service and problem solving skills. Organizational and supervisory skills, good understanding of administrative procedures and organization, maintenance of accurate records and computer services. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to maintain harmonious relationships with the staff, volunteers, YMCA members and the general public is essential. A willingness to commit to the mission of the YMCA. Ability to actively listen. Typical requirements within 30 days of hire include completion of: Child Abuse Prevention for Supervisory Staff; CPR; First Aid; AED; Bloodborne Pathogens. Fulfillment of state-specific hiring standards (if any) and completion of YMCA program specific certifications. Ability to relate effectively to diverse groups of people from all social and economic segments of the community.
Qualifications:
Strong communication, customer service and problem solving skills. Organizational and supervisory skills, good understanding of administrative procedures and organization, maintenance of accurate records and computer services. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to maintain harmonious relationships with the staff, volunteers, YMCA members and the general public is essential. A willingness to commit to the mission of the YMCA. Ability to actively listen. Typical requirements within 30 days of hire include completion of: Child Abuse Prevention for Supervisory Staff; CPR; First Aid; AED; Bloodborne Pathogens. Fulfillment of state-specific hiring standards (if any) and completion of YMCA program specific certifications. Ability to relate effectively to diverse groups of people from all social and economic segments of the community.
Application Procedures:
Email Sandi Whitehurst
Rate Of Pay: unpaid

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 11/15/2014

Development Associate All Perdue 10/17/2014 [-]

Job Title: Development Associate
Dorchester Family YMCA
201 Talbot Avenue
Cambridge, Maryland 21613
Website:  Dorchester County Family YMCA; http://www.dorchesterymca.org/
Contact Person:
Sandi Whitehurst/Health & Wellness Director
email: swhitehurst@dorchesterymca.org
Phone: 410-221-0505
Semesters:  All
Description Of Internship:
Job Title: Development Associate Reports to: CEO POSITION SUMMARY: The Development Associate supports the CEO in the cultivation of members and donors, database management, special event planning, grant writing, file management, campaign and pledge correspondence and departmental reporting. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: General Administration 1. Maintain specialized database (Daxko) recording in-kind gifts and contributions. 2. Prepare management reports and mailing lists based on donor information. 3. Compose correspondence and produce pledge reminders and thank you letters accurately and in a timely fashion. 4. Complete in-house mailings as well as work with mail house on direct mail projects. Annual Campaign 5. Participate in the development of the campaign structure through which community-wide support for fundraising is achieved. 6. Assist the senior leadership team in reaching campaign goals through recruiting campaigners, making personal asks and supporting events. 7. Establish performance measures, monitor results and produce evidence that demonstrates the effectiveness of the campaign. 8. Maintain accuracy of campaign reporting structure in development database (Daxko). 9. Assist in Annual Campaign coordination and campaign training of staff and volunteers Special Events 10. Schedule meetings, take and distribute minutes, and track and manage the work of the committee. 11. Work closely with Event Chairs in the creation of meeting agendas and recruitment of committee members. 12. Work to ensure that all committee members participate and that assigned tasks are completed in a timely manner. 13. Coordinate with and oversee caterers, venues, and rental companies. 14. Complete raffle license application and reporting requirements. 15. Develop and steward relationships with event donors and sponsors. 16. Conduct an event evaluation at the conclusion of each event. Additional duties Model our YMCA values through fun, positive relationships with staff and members. Seek every opportunity to encourage, motivate and thank fellow staff members for their work. Be enthusiastic toward members and staff by learning their names and expressing an interest in their YMCA activities. Incorporate caring, honesty, respect, responsibility, into all aspects of the position, to ensure YMCA values are being integrated into our culture and programs. Maintain a consistent professional image through dress, actions, and relationships with others. Speak enthusiastically on behalf of the YMCA at given opportunities. Participate in applicable training and conferences to further professional growth as outlined in annual training plans. Qualifications  Excellent organizational skills and the ability to multi-task when faced with competing deadlines and priorities  Demonstrated ability to effectively utilize Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point and donor tracking systems (Daxko preferred), word processing, spreadsheet and database programs  Demonstrated professionalism in both attitude and appearance.  Excellent written and oral communication skills.  Manage sensitive and confidential material with integrity.  Strong project management skills with timely and consistent attention to detail and follow-up  Self-motivated individual with the ability to function both independently and as an active team member Required  CPR/AED within 60 days of employment  Blood Borne Pathogen and Child Abuse Prevention training within 90 days of employment  Weekends required for Special Events (approximately 4-6 per year) Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk; reach with hands or arms; lift and/or move up to 25 pounds; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, or crawl. The employee is frequently required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and talk or hear. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.
Qualifications:
Excellent organizational skills and the ability to multi-task when faced with competing deadlines and priorities  Demonstrated ability to effectively utilize Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point and donor tracking systems (Daxko preferred), word processing, spreadsheet and database programs  Demonstrated professionalism in both attitude and appearance.  Excellent written and oral communication skills.  Manage sensitive and confidential material with integrity.  Strong project management skills with timely and consistent attention to detail and follow-up  Self-motivated individual with the ability to function both independently and as an active team member Required  CPR/AED within 60 days of employment  Blood Borne Pathogen and Child Abuse Prevention training within 90 days of employment  Weekends required for Special Events (approximately 4-6 per year) Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk; reach with hands or arms; lift and/or move up to 25 pounds; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, or crawl. The employee is frequently required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and talk or hear. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.
Application Procedures:
Email Sandi Whitehurst
Rate Of Pay: unpaid

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 11/15/2014

Special Events Marketing & Social Media Associate All Perdue 10/17/2014 [-]

Job Title: Special Events Marketing & Social Media Associate
Dorchester Family YMCA
201 Talbot Avenue
Cambridge, Maryland 21613
Website:  Dorchester County Family YMCA; http://www.dorchesterymca.org/
Contact Person:  Sandi Whitehurst/Health & Wellness Director
email: swhitehurst@dorchesterymca.org
Phone: 410-221-0505
DescriptionOfInternship:
Job Title: Special Events Marketing & Social Media Associate Reports to: CEO / Health & Wellness Director Revision Date: September 2014 POSITION SUMMARY: The Special Events Marketing & Social Media Associate supports the CEO and the Health & Wellness Director in the marketing of the organizations Special Events which include the Ys Commit 2B Fit launching in 2015 and the Heart of the Chesapeake Bike Tour in July 2015. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Work closely with CEO and Director in the creation of meeting agendas and recruitment of committee members. 2. Schedule meetings, take and distribute minutes, agenda preparation in conjunction with committee chairs, committee communication, track and manage the work of the committee. 3. Work to ensure that all committee members participate and that assigned tasks are completed in a timely manner. 4. Draft correspondence to donors and sponsors and coordinate mailing efforts. 5. Prepare copy and concepts for marketing and promotional materials including but not limited to materials, banners, t-shirts, event invitations, programs, and other event-related materials. 6. Draft press releases and human interest news articles and radio spots to promote events. 7. Manage social media aspects of the event including but not limited to facebook and twitter. 8. Create new and innovative ways to reach target markets (participants and sponsors) with the ultimate goal of fundraising in mind (i.e. blogs, virtual sponsor bags, etc.). 9. Complete raffle license application and reporting requirements. 10. Maintain Special Event budget, implementing and overseeing a process for expense and revenue tracking and keeping the committee chairs updated and informed. 11. Complete raffle license application when necessary and manage raffle proceeds, distribution, and collection process. 12. Conduct an event evaluation at the conclusion of each event with the committee members and participants. 13. Other duties as assigned. Additional Responsibilities Model our YMCA values through fun, positive relationships with staff and members. Seek every opportunity to encourage, motivate and thank fellow staff members for their work. Be enthusiastic toward members and staff by learning their names and expressing an interest in their YMCA activities. Incorporate caring, honesty, respect, responsibility, into all aspects of the position, to ensure YMCA values are being integrated into our culture and programs. Maintain a consistent professional image through dress, actions, and relationships with others. Speak enthusiastically on behalf of the YMCA at given opportunities. Participate in applicable training and conferences to further professional growth as outlined in annual training plans. Qualifications  Excellent organizational skills and the ability to multi-task when faced with competing deadlines and priorities  Demonstrated ability to effectively utilize Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point and donor tracking systems (Daxko preferred), word processing, spreadsheet and database programs  Demonstrated professionalism in both attitude and appearance.  Excellent written and oral communication skills.  Manage sensitive and confidential material with integrity.  Strong project management skills with timely and consistent attention to detail and follow-up  Self-motivated individual with the ability to function both independently and as an active team member Required  CPR/AED within 60 days of employment  Must be able to work the day of the event Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk; reach with hands or arms; lift and/or move up to 25 pounds; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, or crawl. The employee is frequently required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and talk or hear. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.
Qualifications:
Excellent organizational skills and the ability to multi-task when faced with competing deadlines and priorities  Demonstrated ability to effectively utilize Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point and donor tracking systems (Daxko preferred), word processing, spreadsheet and database programs  Demonstrated professionalism in both attitude and appearance.  Excellent written and oral communication skills.  Manage sensitive and confidential material with integrity.  Strong project management skills with timely and consistent attention to detail and follow-up  Self-motivated individual with the ability to function both independently and as an active team member
Application Procedures:
Email Sandi Whitehurst
Rate Of Pay: unpaid

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 11/15/2014

Multiple Paid Internship opportunities with the Wolf Trab Foundation Spring Summer Perdue 10/7/2014 [-]

Internship opportunties are in the fields: Production and Sound, Communications and Marketing, Development, Education Institute, and Human Resources

  • Positions are paid, part-time (18-21 hours/week), and 12-weeks long. Full-time positions available.
     
  • Gain project-based training and experience.
     
  • Work with staff and other interns on meaningful projects as an integral part of the Wolf Trap team.
     
  • Interact with Wolf Trap board members, patrons, and business leaders.
     
  • Flexible start and end dates.
     
  • Housing is the responsibility of the intern.
     
  • Wolf Trap Foundation is accessible by public transit, though personal transportation is recommended.

For more information and How to Apply: follow this link http://www.wolftrap.org/Education/Internships_for_College_Students/Application.aspx?utm_source=MagnetMail&utm_medium=Email&utm_term=cateb@wolftrap.org&utm_content=14EDU%20Spring%20Internship%20Eflyer&utm_campaign=Wolftrap%20Referrals%20Main 

 

Spring internships are due by November 1st!!!

Schools: Fulton Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): Spring Summer

Date inactive: 10/7/2015

Marketing research, Business Development for Peninsula Mental Heatlh Services in Salisbury, MD Spring Summer Perdue 9/30/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Peninsula Mental Health Services

Street Address: 102 W. Market St. Salisbury Md 21801

Website: www.pmhs.co

Contact Person: Michael L. Silgen, Dir. Bus. Development

email: msilgen@comcast.net

Phone: 410-860-2673

When Is Internship: Spring - 2015 and beyond

Description Of Internship: Working with the Director on market research, product line development,contracting and overall marketing to grow the business of integrated home model approach.

Qualifications: Business Development, health care delivery knowledge a plus - business major most likely fit with focus on marketing and market research.

Application Procedures: A cover letter with background experience plus resume and intended vision for their respective future.

Rate Of Pay: prefer volunteer but negotiaable

Schools: Perdue

Semester(s): Spring Summer

Date inactive: 1/1/2015

Intern for Warwick Fulfillment Solutions Perdue 9/29/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Warwick Fulfillment Solutions

Street Address: 4400 East New Market - Hurlock Road Hurlock, MD 21643

Website: www.warwickfulfillment.com

Contact Person: Chris Mushinsky

email: chris.mushinsky@warwickfulfillment.com

When Is Internship: Spring 2015

Description Of Internship: Intern will be assisting in the sales and marketing efforts of the company.

Qualifications: Verbal and written communication skills. Good computer skills and aptitude to learn sales tracking software. Sales aptitude. Marketing/business majors

Application Procedures: Send resume and relevant life/course of study experience including a cover letter to: hr@warwickfulfillment.com

Rate Of Pay: $10/hour

Inactivation Date: February 1, 2015

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s):

Date inactive: 1/30/2015

Walgreens Community Management Internship Summer Perdue 9/29/2014 [-]

 

Walgreens is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes individuals of diverse talents and backgrounds.
We promote and support a drug free workplace.
COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP
At Walgreens, we help people get, stay and live well. That’s our core purpose and the difference we make in people’s lives every day. Our purpose has shaped the direction of our company since Charles R. Walgreen Sr. founded his first drugstore in 1901, and it still does today.
Our team members make that purpose come to life in our over 7,800 stores in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, in our call centers, distribution centers, on-site clinics, specialty pharmacies and corporate offices. In fact, those daily demonstrations of our purpose have helped Walgreens become an industry leader and a household name.
Walgreens has something for everyone who wants to build a successful career. Here, you’ll find supportive co-workers, an innovative environment and the tools you need to grow your skills, help build healthy communities and advance your career.
As the nation's leading pharmacy, we seek professional individuals to fill key positions at Walgreens, ensuring our leadership and taking us to even higher levels of growth, profitability, innovation and customer service. Walgreens is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes individuals of diverse talents and backgrounds. Walgreens promotes and supports a drug-free and smoke-free workplace.
Ten weeks that could change your future! At Walgreens, you have the best of both worlds: the training, support and resources of one of America's largest retail organizations behind you, plus the encouragement to be a true entrepreneur. Because we want you to succeed in your retail career, we've created a comprehensive, step-by-step management development program (LEAP) that will equip you to become a Walgreens store manager, and from there — depending on your career goals — to move into higher levels of retail management at Walgreens.
The internship program is designed for college students to complete during the summer between their junior and senior years in school, exposes students to management skills and a full range of retail operations at Walgreens. Interns will work with experienced store managers to learn about store operations, management responsibilities, merchandising, advertising, inventory, and human resources. By the end of your ten-week internship, you'll know just what it means to manage a Walgreens store. It’s also an opportunity for us to seek exceptional students, prior to their senior year of college, to train for future management consideration. Lead, Engage, Advance, Perform (LEAP) is a comprehensive management development program including workshops, online learning and on the job coaching/mentoring preparing Assist Store Manager Trainees for a store management career path.
Get paid to learn! Minimum GPA: 2.75 The internship is conducted between the months of May through August. Interns are paid hourly $14.00 per hour Interns are scheduled for 40-hour work week
Apply online via www.walgreens.jobs.Walgreens is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes individuals of diverse talents and backgrounds.
We promote and support a drug free workplace.
COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP
At Walgreens, we help people get, stay and live well. That’s our core purpose and the difference we make in people’s lives every day. Our purpose has shaped the direction of our company since Charles R. Walgreen Sr. founded his first drugstore in 1901, and it still does today.
Our team members make that purpose come to life in our over 7,800 stores in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, in our call centers, distribution centers, on-site clinics, specialty pharmacies and corporate offices. In fact, those daily demonstrations of our purpose have helped Walgreens become an industry leader and a household name.
Walgreens has something for everyone who wants to build a successful career. Here, you’ll find supportive co-workers, an innovative environment and the tools you need to grow your skills, help build healthy communities and advance your career.
As the nation's leading pharmacy, we seek professional individuals to fill key positions at Walgreens, ensuring our leadership and taking us to even higher levels of growth, profitability, innovation and customer service. Walgreens is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes individuals of diverse talents and backgrounds. Walgreens promotes and supports a drug-free and smoke-free workplace.
Ten weeks that could change your future! At Walgreens, you have the best of both worlds: the training, support and resources of one of America's largest retail organizations behind you, plus the encouragement to be a true entrepreneur. Because we want you to succeed in your retail career, we've created a comprehensive, step-by-step management development program (LEAP) that will equip you to become a Walgreens store manager, and from there — depending on your career goals — to move into higher levels of retail management at Walgreens.
The internship program is designed for college students to complete during the summer between their junior and senior years in school, exposes students to management skills and a full range of retail operations at Walgreens. Interns will work with experienced store managers to learn about store operations, management responsibilities, merchandising, advertising, inventory, and human resources. By the end of your ten-week internship, you'll know just what it means to manage a Walgreens store. It’s also an opportunity for us to seek exceptional students, prior to their senior year of college, to train for future management consideration. Lead, Engage, Advance, Perform (LEAP) is a comprehensive management development program including workshops, online learning and on the job coaching/mentoring preparing Assist Store Manager Trainees for a store management career path.
Get paid to learn! Minimum GPA: 2.75 The internship is conducted between the months of May through August. Interns are paid hourly $14.00 per hour Interns are scheduled for 40-hour work week
Apply online via www.walgreens.jobs.

Job Description: At Walgreens, we help people get, stay and live well. That’s our core purpose and the difference we make in people’s lives every day. Our purpose has shaped the direction of our company since Charles R. Walgreen Sr. founded his first drugstore in 1901, and it still does today.

Our team members make that purpose come to life in our over 7,800 stores in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, in our call centers, distribution centers, on-site clinics, specialty pharmacies and corporate offices. In fact, those daily demonstrations of our purpose have helped Walgreens become an industry leader and a household name.

Walgreens has something for everyone who wants to build a successful career. Here, you’ll find supportive co-workers, an innovative environment and the tools you need to grow your skills, help build healthy communities and advance your career.

As the nation's leading pharmacy, we seek professional individuals to fill key positions at Walgreens, ensuring our leadership and taking us to even higher levels of growth, profitability, innovation and customer service. Walgreens is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes individuals of diverse talents and backgrounds. Walgreens promotes and supports a drug-free and smoke-free workplace.

Ten weeks that could change your future! At Walgreens, you have the best of both worlds: the training, support and resources of one of America's largest retail organizations behind you, plus the encouragement to be a true entrepreneur. Because we want you to succeed in your retail career, we've created a comprehensive, step-by-step management development program (LEAP) that will equip you to become a Walgreens store manager, and from there — depending on your career goals — to move into higher levels of retail management at Walgreens.

The internship program is designed for college students to complete during the summer between their junior and senior years in school, exposes students to management skills and a full range of retail operations at Walgreens. Interns will work with experienced store managers to learn about store operations, management responsibilities, merchandising, advertising, inventory, and human resources. By the end of your ten-week internship, you'll know just what it means to manage a Walgreens store. It’s also an opportunity for us to seek exceptional students, prior to their senior year of college, to train for future management consideration. Lead, Engage, Advance, Perform (LEAP) is a comprehensive management development program including workshops, online learning and on the job coaching/mentoring preparing Assist Store Manager Trainees for a store management career path.

Get paid to learn!

  • Minimum GPA: 2.75 
  • The internship is conducted between the months of May through August. 
  • Interns are paid hourly $14.00 per hour 
  • Interns are scheduled for 40-hour work week

How to Apply: Apply online via www.walgreens.jobs.

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): Summer

Date inactive: 12/31/2014

IT/Marketing intern to update website for Sweet Serenity Chocolates All Perdue 9/23/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Sweet Serenity Chocolates

Street Address: 1001 Norman Eskridge Highway Seaford DE 19973

Website: www.sweetserenitychocolates.com

Contact Person: Rachel Benjamin

email: Rachel@sweetserenitychocolates.com

Phone: 302-628-8883

When Is Internship: ALL

Description Of Internship: Update website with text and pictures. Create UPC codes

Qualifications: Marketing/IT

Application Procedures: resume via email

Rate Of Pay: unpaid with ability to earn pay after 90 days

Questions Comments: Sweet Serenity Chocolates makes many chocolate products. We are looking for marketing and IT students to help maximize use of website. Also to create UPC codes for the many products offered in chocolate store. Work can be done at home after initial meeting at the retail location

Schools: Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 12/31/2015

Maryland Job Network Intern Positions Perdue 9/19/2014 [-]

Below is a list of internships. If you would like more infromation click on the provided link.

Available Intern Openings:


Intern Title: Entry Level Sales Trainee

Location: Nottingham, MD

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Entry-Level-Sales-Trainee-e-ADP-l-Nottingham,-MD-jobs-j8815880.html


Intern Title: Research Intership at Brookings Institution

Location: Washington, DC

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Research-Internship-e-Brookings-Institution-l-Washington,-DC-jobs-j8823432.html


Intern Title: Administrative Internship-Front Office

Location: Chantilly, VA

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Administrative-Internship--Front-Office-e-Integrity-Applications-Incorporated-l-Chantilly,-VA-jobs-j8819854.html 


Intern Title: Design Engineer Intern

Location: Washington, DC

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-DESIGN-ENGINEER-INTERN-e-MC-Dean-l-Washington,-DC-jobs-j8843290.html


Intern Title: Transportation Engineering Intern

Location: Washington, DC

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Transportation-Engineering-Intern-e-HDR-Inc-l-Washington,-DC-jobs-j8822007.html


Intern Title: Engineer

Location: Merrifield, VA

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-InternEngineer-e-General-Dynamics-Advanced-Information-Systems--Fidelis-l-Bethesda,-MD-jobs-j8816111.html


Intern Title: Project Management Inter (year round)

Location: Merrifield, VA

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Project-Management-Intern-Year-Round-e-Navy-Federal-Credit-Union-l-Merrifield,-VA-jobs-j8845549.html


Intern Title: Technical Intern

Location: Chantilly, VA and Reston, VA

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Technical-Intern-e-Engility-Corporation-l-Chantilly,-VA-jobs-j8811898.html


Intern Title: Fall/Spring Intern Health Care Reform

Location: Washington, DC

For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-FallSpring-Intern-Healthcare-Reform-e-Avalere-Health-LLC-l-Washington,-DC-jobs-j8817411.html


Intern Title: Business to Business Territory Sales Representative with Base Salary and Commission

Location: Nottingham, MD

For more infromation: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Business-to-Business-Territory-Sales-Representative-with-Base-Salary-and-Commiss-e-ADP-l-Nottingham,-MD-jobs-j6010241.html


 

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s):

Date inactive: 12/30/2014

IT Intern for Risk & Regulatory Consulting LLC in Baltimore, MD Perdue 9/17/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Risk & Regulatory Consulting LLC

Street Address: 100 International Drive Baltimore MD 21202

Website: http://www.riskreg.com/

Contact Person: Caren Davis

When Is Internship: Summer 2015

Description Of Internship: Consulting Intern IT Audit Summer 2015 Risk and Regulatory Consulting Risk and Regulatory Consulting is offering internships in Information Technology examination services to state insurance departments. These activities include but are not limited to evaluating whether appropriate internal controls are in place, that overall IT security is risk appropriate, that processing is efficient and accurate, and systems procedures are in conformity with company standards. Engagements may include examining some of the largest insurance companies in the country. Consulting interns assist in providing quality consulting services to RRC's clients by performing the duties and responsibilities listed below in an efficient and effective manner. Interns in the regulatory consulting practice would perform the following during their 10-12 week internship. Obtain a basic understanding of risk focused, traditional examinations and general IT Controls using the regulatory guidance provided by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) Become proficient in assisting with fieldwork related to financial examinations and analyzing risks inherit in technology operations. This includes using Teammate software to document our work and becoming familiar with the basic approach and objectives of State regulation of the insurance industry. Prepare, execute and document testing procedures and outcomes, perform detailed analysis and recognize relevant financial statement issues. Become familiar with and adhere to the Regulatory team's policies and procedures Perform examination procedures under the supervision of more experienced team members. Clear all points and complete the documentation in accordance with NAIC standards... Obtain working knowledge of software applications, which are routinely used. This would primarily be Teammate and ACL applications. Start to understand statutory accounting and the basic differences between statutory and GAAP. It is expected that this would be focused on the areas assigned as part of the summer internship. Analyze IT environment including: operating systems, applications, infrastructure, policies and procedures, etc. Identify and communicate any control issues, process inefficiencies, or operational risks and recommend appropriate solutions. Review and analyze new, proposed, or revised laws, regulations, policies, and procedures in order to interpret their meaning and determine impact to the company. RRC was formerly a business segment of McGladrey until 2012 when the separate legal entity was formed. RRC is a strategic business partner with McGladrey providing actuarial and insurance industry consulting services to McGladrey clients. Risk & Regulatory Consulting, LLC (RRC) is a national, leading professional services firm dedicated to providing exceptional regulatory services to clients. With over 70 experienced insurance professionals located in 22 states, we believe RRC is uniquely positioned to serve state insurance departments. We offer services in the following regulatory areas: financial examinations, market conduct examinations, insolvency and receiverships, actuarial services and valuations, investment analysis, reinsurance expertise, market analysis and compliance, and special projects. We are a results oriented firm committed to success that builds long term relationships with our clients. RRC is managed by six partners and our practice includes full time professionals dedicated to our regulatory clients. We are focused on listening to your needs and designing customized examination, consulting, and training solutions that address your needs. We bring multiple service lines together to provide superior and seamless service to our clients. We are committed to training our customers and our team. We have developed various comprehensive in house training programs that have been tailored to meet the needs of our regulatory clients. We offer competitive pricing, outstanding experience, credentials and references. RRC is an active participant in the NAIC, SOFE, and IRES.

Qualifications: IT

Application Procedures: Email resume to caren.davis@riskreg.com Please reference Salisbury University posting

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s):

Date inactive: 12/31/2015

Accounting for Risk & Regulatory Consluting in Baltimore, MD Summer Perdue 9/17/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Risk & Regulatory Consulting LLC

Street Address: 100 International Drive Baltimore MD 21202

Website: http://www.riskreg.com/

Contact Person: Caren Davis

When Is Internship: Summer 2015

Description Of Internship: Consulting Intern Financial Examination (Audit) Risk & Regulatory Consulting Risk & Regulatory Consulting is offering internships providing Financial Examination services to state insurance departments. These activities include but are not limited to evaluating whether appropriate internal controls are in place, verifying solvency and other financial compliance requirements are met, that processing is efficient and accurate, and systems procedures are in conformity with company standards. Engagements may include examining some of the largest insurance companies in the country. Consulting interns assist in providing quality consulting services to RRC clients by performing the duties and responsibilities listed below in an efficient and effective manner. Interns in Risk and Regulatory Consulting would perform the following during their internship. Obtain a basic understanding of risk focused, traditional examinations and general financial Controls using the regulatory guidance provided by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) Become proficient in assisting with fieldwork related to financial examinations. This includes using Teammate software to document our work and becoming familiar with the basic approach and objectives of State regulation of the insurance industry. Prepare, execute and document testing procedures and outcomes, perform detailed analysis and recognize relevant financial statement issues. Become familiar with and adhere to the Regulatory team's policies and procedures Perform examination procedures under the supervision of more experienced team members. Clear all points and complete the documentation in accordance with NAIC standards... Obtain working knowledge of software applications, which are routinely used. This would primarily be Teammate and ACL applications. Start to understand statutory accounting and the basic differences between statutory and GAAP. It is expected that this would be focused on the areas assigned as part of the summer internship. Identify and communicate any control issues, process inefficiencies, or operational risks and recommend appropriate solutions. Review and analyze new, proposed, or revised laws, regulations, policies, and procedures in order to interpret their meaning and determine impact to the company. RRC was formerly a business segment of McGladrey until 2012 when the separate legal entity was formed. RRC is a strategic business partner with McGladrey providing actuarial and insurance industry consulting services to McGladrey clients. RRC was formerly a business segment of McGladrey until 2012 when the separate legal entity was formed. RRC is a strategic business partner with McGladrey providing actuarial and insurance industry consulting services to McGladrey clients. Risk & Regulatory Consulting, LLC (RRC) is a national, leading professional services firm dedicated to providing exceptional regulatory services to clients. With over 70 experienced insurance professionals located in 22 states, we believe RRC is uniquely positioned to serve state insurance departments. We offer services in the following regulatory areas: financial examinations, market conduct examinations, insolvency and receiverships, actuarial services and valuations, investment analysis, reinsurance expertise, market analysis and compliance, and special projects. We are a results oriented firm committed to success that builds long term relationships with our clients. RRC is managed by six partners and our practice includes full time professionals dedicated to our regulatory clients. We are focused on listening to your needs and designing customized examination, consulting, and training solutions that address your needs. We bring multiple service lines together to provide superior and seamless service to our clients. We are committed to training our customers and our team. We have developed various comprehensive in house training programs that have been tailored to meet the needs of our regulatory clients. We offer competitive pricing, outstanding experience, credentials and references. RRC is an active participant in the NAIC, SOFE, and IRES.

Qualifications: Accounting majors

Application Procedures: Please email resume to caren.davis@riskreg.com Please reference Salisbury University posting

Schools: Perdue

Semester(s): Summer

Date inactive: 12/31/2014

Maintainence of Beach Lacrosse Website in Berlin, MD Spring Perdue 9/11/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Beach Lacrosse

Internship Location: Berlin, MD

Website: www.beachlax.org

Contact Person: Kerry Bergeman/Admin

Phone: 410-251-0841

When Is Internship: Spring 2015

Description Of Internship: We are looking for 2 interns to help clean up and maintain our website, social media and help with marketing. In addition we would like someone to help with our fundraising projects for the spring.

Qualifications: We would like someone interested in marketing and/or computers.

Application Procedures: Resume and letter of interest e-mailed to beachlacrosse@yahoo.com

Schools: Perdue

Semester(s): Spring

Date inactive: 1/15/2015

Administrative Assistant for Service Coordination in Frederick, MD Fall Perdue 9/11/2014 [-]

Employer Name: Service Coordination

Employer Description: Service Coordination Inc. is a non-profit organization throughout the state of Maryland that helps individuals with developmental disabilities connect to services in their area so they can live more independently. We do this by helping people understand what their choices are and connecting them to resources in ways that respect their dignity and rights.

Our Frederick office is currently looking for an office assistant to greet visitors at the door, answer the phone and distribute messages, maintain supplies, collect and distribute mail along with other administrative duties.

Internship Title: Administrative Assistant

Qualifications: Excellent command of English language. Ability to type a minimum of 45 words per minute. Excellent telephone techniques and ability to act as a receptionist in a manner that reflects well on the agency and individuals served and that respects the confidential nature of information available. Experience with office procedures and equipment including proficiency in Word, Excel, and Publisher. Ability to organize, multi-task routine work and handle other duties as assigned. Cooperative, team-oriented approach to assignments and projects. The ability to use a multi- line phone system. Three years of Administrative Assistant experience preferred. Good time management and organizational skills. Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. Ability to prioritize work. Have a reliable automobile to travel to meetings, etc. and a valid driver’s license with a good driving record.

Internship Duties: Act as receptionist, answer phones while maintaining a professional and pleasant demeanor. Responsible for handling confidential records and documents. Check and distribute all messages to include overnight and throughout the day answering machine messages. Responsible for secretarial duties (including, but not limited to typing, maintaining files, filling supply requests, setting up meetings). Maintain monthly appointment book; consult on a daily basis when redirecting calls. Complete errands related to Service Coordination. Manage outgoing and incoming mail including faxes. Copy all necessary materials. Operate, monitor, and arrange for maintenance of agency office equipment. Organize and maintain office file cabinets. Distribute and complete inventory of office supplies; including ordering new supplies as needed for the office. Complete special projects as required, such as organizing closed files, completing bulk mailings, etc. Provide other administrative assistance required by staff necessary for an efficiently managed office. Participate in meetings and training sessions that offer learning opportunities that promote and enhance skills and professional development. Perform all duties described, and others as required, using the foundation of agency philosophy and values.

Employment Type: Full Time (Hours are from 8:30am-5pm)

Type of Compensation: Paid-This position is compensated hourly and is also offered benefit options to include medical, dental, vision, lief, voluntary long/short term disability and a 403-B plan for retirement.

Preferred Majors: Business Administration

How to Apply: Please apply by sending your resume and cover letter to our HR email inbox at hr@servicecoordinationinc.org

Schools: Perdue

Semester(s): Fall

Date inactive: 9/11/2015

Accounting/Finance majors for Powerhouse Gym All Perdue 9/9/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Powerhouse Gym

Street Address: 300 Cypress Avenue Salisbury, MD 21811

Website: www.powerhousegym.com

Contact Person: NIcole Schafer

email: nicole.powerhouse.gym@gmail.com

Phone: 443-523-0333

Description Of Internship: Inventory spreadsheets and familiarized with quickbooks and working with our eclub gym computer sytsem. Organize and filing paperwork and learn how to stay prepared for an audit.

Qualifications: Accounting/finance majors

Application Procedures: resume and/or email

Rate Of Pay: unpaid

Questions Comments: Interns will qualify for a complimentary gym membership after a 30 day performance review

Schools: Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 9/9/2015

Event planning in Ocean City, MD All Perdue 9/2/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: The Red Doors Community Center

Street Address: 302 N. Baltimore Ave Ocean City MD

Website: http://reddoors.org/

Contact Person: Fawn Mete

Description Of Internship: event planning, assisting instructors, administrative support, desktop publishing

Qualifications: Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite (esp Excel, Word, and Publisher) -Creativity -Attention to detail Open to all majors, but may be a great fit for: Public Relations, Communications, Education, Business, English, Social Work

Application Procedures: Please send an email introducing yourself with a resume attached to fawn@reddoors.org.

Rate Of Pay: unpaid

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 7/31/2015

Marketing Internship - powerhouse Gym All Perdue 8/18/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Powerhouse Gym
 
Street Address: 300 Cypress Avenue Salisbury MD, 21801

Website: www.powerhousegym.com

Contact Person: Nicole

email: nicole.powerhouse.gym@gmail.com

Phone: 443-523-0333

Description Of Internship: Working with out Sales team to create ways to attract new members and show them what we have versus the competitors.

Qualifications: Marketing/PR department

Application Procedures: email resume

Rate Of Pay: unpaid/complimentary gym membership

Schools: Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 5/1/2020

Business Internship - Powerhouse Gym All Perdue 8/18/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Powerhouse Gym

Street Address: 300 Cypress Avenue Salisbury MD 21801

Website: www.powerhousegym.com

Contact Person: Nicole

email: nicole.powerhouse.gym@gmail.com

Phone: 443-523-0333

Description Of Internship: Working with upper management, sales team and Vice President to assess rates and ways to gain business from outside sources such as on-sites and charity/community events.

Qualifications: Business major

Application Procedures: email resume

Rate Of Pay: unpaid/complimentary gym membership

Schools: Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 5/1/2020

Powerhouse Gym Marketing Internship All Perdue 8/18/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Powerhouse Gym

Street Address: 300 Cypress Avenue Salisbury, MD 21801

Website: www.powerhousegym.com

Contact Person: Nicole

email: nicole.powerhouse.gym@gmail.com

Phone: 443-523-0333

Description Of Internship: We are looking for someone to be able to gain experience in marketing for a small business. Running advertisement in various outlets, tracking the feedback we get, using social media, getting involved in charity events and ways to reach out in the community to gain exposure of our new pricing and amenities.

Qualifications: Well rounded knowledge of Printmaster and keynote.

Application Procedures: emailed resume

Rate Of Pay: unpaid/complimentary gym membership

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 9/1/2016

Business/Marketing Food Service Internship Fall Perdue 8/8/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Olde English Fish, Chips and Chicken, Inc.

Street Address: 6701 Coastal Hwy 11 Ocean City, MD 21842

Website: www.tryourfish.com

Contact Person: Andrew Markopoulos

email: tryourfish@gmail.com

Phone: 443-664-2165

Description Of Internship: Coordinate Food Service Activities of QSR (Quick Service Restaurant). *Estimating Food and Beverage Costs *Confers with food preparation and other Personnel to plan menus and related activities. Including introducing and marketing new products. *Inspect food and food preparation to maintain quality standards and sanitiation Regulations.

Qualifications: Business and Marketing Majors. Skills necessary for this position will include Business and Marketing Management Skills.

Application Procedures: Visit our website and complete application. Go to: www.tryourfish.com

Rate Of Pay: Unpaid

Schools: Perdue

Semester(s): Fall

Date inactive: 12/1/2014

Graphic Design Business/Marketing Videographers Web Developers Internship Fall Perdue 8/7/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Matice

Street Address: 212 W. Main Street Salisbury, MD 21801

Website: www.matice.com

Contact Person: Mary Doak

email: mary@matice.com

Phone: 4108584775x112

Description Of Internship: Work hand in hand with designers to create ads and campaigns for clients. -Be a part of a team that helps brainstorm marketing campaigns both for Matice and our clients -Use social media to creatively market -Basic Website design, and database structure - Develop Time management skills -Increase knowledge of basic computer skills and programs -Develop interpersonal communication skills -Develop presentations for clients -Learn marketing tracking techniques

Qualifications: Graphic Design Business/Marketing Videographers Web Developers

Application Procedures: Resume with cover letter preferred. Portfolio preferred if available

Rate Of Pay: Unpaid

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): Fall

Date inactive: 12/31/2014

Oak Ridge Baptist Church-Internship Fall Perdue 7/14/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Oak Ridge Baptist Church

Street Address: 361 Tilghman Rd

City: Salisbury

State: MD

Zip Code: 21804

Website: www.orbc.net

Contact Person: Angel Adams

Email: aadams@orbc.net

Phone: 410-924-7868

When Is Internship: Fall

Description Of Internship: Assist with general communications, website updates and graphic arts at Oak Ridge Baptist Church

Qualifications: Web design, graphic art skills, social media, communication.

Application Procedures: Email Resume

Rate Of Pay: Unpaid

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): Fall

Date inactive: 7/14/2015

Accounting Internship Summer Perdue 7/9/2014 [-]

 Job Title:  Audit Internship - Summer 2015 

Description:  Bond Beebe is a mid-size, regional public accounting firm in Bethesda, MD, and we're seeking interns for our summer 2015 (8-10 weeks, early June through mid-August) internship program.  Interns that excel are eligible to receive offers for full-time employment upon graduation!  This is an excellent opportunity to gain "real-world" CPA firm experience, and get your foot in the door with an excellent firm. 

You will experience: 

•On the job training and mentoring, working side by side with experienced staff, seniors and managers 

•Exposure to Partners in various settings

•Assignments on current client engagements within audit and tax, and special projects 

•In-person, on site client interaction 

•State of the art accounting technology, including specialized audit and tax software 

Qualifications: 

•Must be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate accounting program

 

•Must have a valid driver's license and own vehicle

 

•High level of professionalism with strong interpersonal and communication skills

 

•Ability to work well with others in a team environment

 

•Strong work ethic

 

•Proficiency in Word and Excel

 

Celebrating over 80 years in the Greater Washington DC area, Bond Beebe is a certified public accounting & advisory firm that works with small to mid-sized businesses, membership organizations, employee benefit plans, other non-profits and high net-worth individuals to help them reach their financial goals. Our broad range of services includes audit & accounting, tax planning & compliance, financial planning, management advisory, litigation support and information technology consulting. Bond Beebe brings trust, values, service, and imagination to every client it serves.

 

Bond Beebe is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, sexual orientation or any other classification protected by law.

 

Contact: Jena Kamber

 

Job Locations: Bethesda, Maryland

 

Job Function:  Accounting/Auditing

 

Period of Employment:  Summer

 

Compensation Details/Other Benefits:  $20/hr

 

Degree:  BS, MBA, MS

 

Major:  Accounting (pre), Accounting-BS


GPA:  3.00

 

Work Authorization: Authorized to work in the U.S.

 

Require Sponsorship: Only include candidates that do not require sponsorship

 

Email to Receive Applications:  resume@bbcpa.com

 

Schools: Perdue

Semester(s): Summer

Date inactive: 7/9/2015

White House Internship All Perdue 7/9/2014 [-]

The White House Internship Program provides a unique opportunity to gain valuable professional experience and build leadership skills. This hands-on program is designed to mentor and cultivate today’s young leaders, strengthen their understanding of the Executive Office and prepare them for future public service opportunities.

The White House Internship Program’s mission is to make the “People’s House” accessible to future leaders from around the nation.

The application for the Spring 2015 White House Internship Program is now open.

The application period for the White House Internship Program is now open. The application deadline for the Spring 2015 program is September 7, 2014.

All application materials, including recommendations, must be submitted on or before the application deadline.

http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/internships/apply

Am I eligible to apply for a White House Internship?

Applicants must be U.S. citizens, 18 years of age on or before the first day of the internship, and meet at least one of the following criteria:

  • Currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program at a college, community college, or university (two-to-four year institution)
  • Graduated from an undergraduate or graduate program at a college, community college, or university (two-to-four year institution) no more than two years before the first day of the internship
  • A veteran of the United States Armed Forces who possesses a high school diploma or its equivalent and has served on active duty, for any length of time, in the two years preceding the first day of the internship

Am I available for the White House Internship Program?

All White House Interns are expected to intern full-time for the entire term of the program.

  • The White House Internship Program is an unpaid program
  • Interns will be expected to work from approximately 9:00 AM-6:00 PM, Monday-Friday
  • Hours may vary by office

Do I have all my application materials?

A completed packet includes:

  • Two Essays: Each answer should be between 300-500 words in length
  • Current Resume: Your resume should not exceed one page
  • Two Letters of Recommendation

How do I submit my application correctly?

  • All application materials must be submitted online.
  • All application materials, including recommendations, must be submitted on or before the application deadline.

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 7/9/2015

Internship with the Berlin Chamber of Commerce All Perdue 6/12/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Berlin Chamber of Commerce www.berlinchamber.org

Street Address: 14 S. Main St.  Berlin, Maryland.  21811

Contact Person:
Executive Director

email:
chamberinfo@berlinchamber.org

Phone:
410-641-4775

When Is Internship: ALL

Description Of Internship:
Assist with the planning and organization of events (ribbon cuttings, business after hours, luncheons, seminars). Help to keep social media sources updated (twitter, facebook, website, some e-mail) Develop working relations with visitors, guests, members/potential members, local organizations and with other chambers.

Qualifications:
Experience with non-profit organizations a plus. Friendly, sociable, great communication skills, proactivity, technical and critical thinking skills. Majors include: Business, Marketing, Human resources, Economic Development, Finance, Communications, Hospitality and Event Planning.

Application Procedures:
Application can be received through e-mail chamberinfo@berlinchamber.org, or mail (14 S main st. berlin, Md 21811) Resume-mandatory, cover letter optional.

Rate Of Pay:
Unpaid

Inactivation Date:
n/a

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 7/1/2015

The Borgern Project--PR/Visual Editor Internship All Perdue 6/10/2014 [-]

Job Title:  PR/Visual Editor Internship

Description:  The Borgen Project’s out-of-state PR (Public Relations) Intern is part of the content team. In this capacity, you will focus on creating photos for BORGEN Magazine and The Borgen Project Blog.
 - Find images. Format, tint and resize images to meet website criteria (90% of internship).
 - Promote articles via social media. Assist with fundraising.
 - Create a personal fundraising campaign and meet targets.
 - Attend national conference call every Monday at 5PM PST.
 - Potential for Public Relations tasks.
 
Details: This internship is 260-hours. Hours can be completed on a full-time or part-time basis. Minimum of 4-days per week and 15-hours per week. The Borgen Project is located in Seattle and this position will operate remotely from home. This is an unpaid internship. Must be available Monday’s 5:00 – 6:00PM PST for The Borgen Project’s national conference call.
 
To Apply: Email your resume hr@borgenproject.org with “PR/Visual Editor Intern” in the subject line.
 
Contact: Borgen Project

Status:  Part-time

Job Locations: Nationwide (All 50 States)

Period of Employment:  Not Specified

Compensation Type:  Unpaid

Application Qualifications: The following qualifications are desired: GPA:  2.50

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 6/10/2015

Public Relations Fall 2014. in NYC Fall Perdue 6/5/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization:  Laforce+Stevens

Street Address: 41 East 11th Street 6th Floor.  New York, NY 10003

Website: www.laforce-stevens.com

Contact Person: Chelsea Schneider.  Phone:  212-242-9353

Description Of Internship:
Position: Public Relations Fall 2014 Internship: LaForce + Stevens combines the stability and professionalism of a mature firm with the agility of a small, fast-growth company. We are a fully integrated team with shared experience in fashion, retail, luxury brands, mass brands, home design, events, media and entertainment. By partnering with our clients, we position them to succeed in this new era. We believe that our customers' business results come first. Our New York office contains dynamic, creative, collaborative teams of experienced specialists in: women's and men's fashion, consumer goods, retail, home furnishings/interior design, beauty, hospitality/spirits and social media. We accomplish the extraordinary by working together to serve all of our client needs from brand strategy, marketing, media relations, events and promotions. About the Opportunity: LaForce + Stevens offers a unique environment that fosters individual growth and rewards performance. You will be surrounded by people who are passionate about what they do. L+S is seeking self-motivated, hard-working and enthusiastic candidates who will gain valuable experience and practical industry knowledge. Responsibilities may include but are not limited to: writing/assembling press kits, building media lists, managing product requests/samples. Interns may also engage in agency-wide creative/brainstorming sessions, help to produce and work at agency events, as well as other relevant tasks depending on team assignments. The Fall 2014 Internship program will commence on Monday, September 8, 2014 and will run until Friday, December 5, 2014. Office hours are Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m, with a 1 hour lunch break. Interns are required to work a minimum of 20 hours per week. Interns will gain hands-on experience in exchange for college credit.

Qualifications: Applicants should be comfortable speaking on the phone and interacting with industry professionals Excellent communication skills, both written and oral Superior multitasking skill

Application Procedures:  Our internships are fiercely competitive with a limited number of positions available. Please submit resume and cover letter via email to internship@laforce-stevens.com no later than Friday, August 15, 2014.

Rate Of Pay: Unpaid/College Credit

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): Fall

Date inactive: 8/15/2015

Accounting Intern Fall Summer Perdue 5/30/2014 [-]

All states Construction in Bishopville, MD.  Summer and Fall.  Work 16 to 20 hours per week.  www.allstatesconst.com

Description: All States Construction Co., Inc. has been servicing the Delmarva Peninsula since 1979. Since 1982, All States has experienced consistent and steady growth under the leadership of James R. Kyger, Jr., President. All States Construction is your complete exterior renovation expert, specializing in weatherproofing and waterproofing, Exterior Insulation Finish Systems (EIFS), both Hardie and vinyl siding, composite decking, aluminum and vinyl railings, sandblasting, Dryvit and conventional stucco, caulking, exterior wall retrofitting, high rise exterior maintenance, concrete restoration, deck and wall coating systems that include the application of virtually all types of weatherproofing coatings. We install metal studs, sheathing, and roofing. Our expertise covers interior renovations as well, including complete interior fit outs. We are the only place you need to look for interior and exterior renovations. All States is fully bonded and insured. We carry the most comprehensive insurance available for EIFS workmanship. Few of our competitors will carry such coverage, leaving the customer at risk to any potential system failures. We employ a staff of 60-70 full time employees year round. All of our crews are lead by an experienced project manager for every scope of work. In addition, All States employs a full administrative staff, including a CPA and Sales professionals. Our company is committed to service, quality, and dependability.

Contact:  Cindy Kleger, Controller, CPA. cindy@allstatesconst.com.  Phone:  410-352-9804

You will Use accounting softwars, learn payroll accounting, cash management, cash flow management, prepare statements, do reconciliations, employ ethics and general accounting principles, develop organizational, technology, time management and communication skills. 

 

Schools: Perdue

Semester(s): Fall Summer

Date inactive: 11/1/2014

Communication and marketing assistant Fall Spring Summer Perdue 5/30/2014 [-]

Organization: Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce

Address: 144 E Main St Salisbury, MD  21801

Website: www.salisburyarea.com

Contact Person: Sophia Smecker

email: ssmecker@salisburyarea.com

Phone: 410-749-0144

Description Of Internship: The Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce is looking for an intern to assist with Communication and Marketing duties. Assist in operations including but not limited to: -Organizing and creating content for Chambers websites -Writing business-related news articles for Chambers website -Managing content and scheduling interviews for Chambers monthly television show -Developing press releases for media distribution -Creating email blasts

Qualifications: -Organization -Excellent verbal and written communication skills -Proficiency in MS Office Suite -Journalism skills -Comfortable using computers

Application Procedures: Please email resume to Sophia Smecker at ssmecker@salisburyarea.com

Rate Of Pay: Unpaid


  

 

 

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): Fall Spring Summer

Date inactive: 1/1/2016

Business/Marketing Internship Fall Summer Perdue 5/29/2014 [-]

Description: Aflac, a Fortune 500 company is a world leader in corporate benefit packages, and is seeking interns to help manage commercial accounts in the Baltimore/Washington area. We are looking for enthusiastic, career-minded, self-motivated individuals to work in a professional business environment.

Aflac has earned such honors as being included in Fortune magazine's list of the 100 Best Companies to Work For in America for the 11th consecutive year. Aflac has also been included on both Forbes magazine's annual list of America's 400 Best Big Companies for eight years and on Fortune magazine's list of America's Most Admired Companies for seven consecutive years. Ethisphere magazine included Aflac on its list of the World's Most Ethical Companies for the third consecutive year in 2009.

Learn from one of the top field forces in the Fortune 500. Get trained by state of the art systems like the Fast Start Training Program, as well as Aflac University.

Fully Paid Internship, Receive Class Credit (3-6 credits)

FACTS ABOUT AFLAC:*
-Founded in 1955
-Recently achieved 90% national brand-name recognition
-Has over $50 billion in assets
-Insures more than 40 million people worldwide
-Insures more than 319,000 payroll accounts

Our position includes:
-The most competitive compensation plan in the industry.
-A stock bonus plan.
-A residual income for life.
-Management opportunities.
-Achievable Incentives including 5 all-inclusive trips per year!
-Classroom education and field training.
-A Non-captive contract.

Responsibilities;  No coffee making or paper filing here! Our interns have the opportunity to assist with accounts, marketing, and business development.

Requirements:
-Great Work Ethic
-Coachable
Contact: Anastasia Baranov. Email to Receive Applications: anastasia_baranov@us.aflac.com 
Status:  Full-time
Job Locations: Silver Spring, Maryland 

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): Fall Summer

Date inactive: 1/30/2015

Campaign Assistant All Perdue 5/19/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Citizens for Don Quinn

Address: P.O. Box 654 Annapolis, MD  21401

Website: www.votedonquinn.com

Contact Person: Becky Ford

email: becky@votedonquinn.com

Phone: 410-829-0845

When Is Internship: All Semesters

Description Of Internship: Intern duties varies on the interest of those willing to help on a political campaign for State Senate Candidate for District 30 (Annapolis and Anne Arundel County areas). Duties could include, but are not limited to helping with events, lit drops, attending and assisting at events, being an assistant for the Candidate and shadowing him on his schedule, being an assistant for the Campaign Manager and assisting with her schedule, helping rally voters, door knocking with the candidate, data entry, social media, assisting the treasurer, etc. Whatever an intern as an interest in, we do our best to make sure they get to do what they feel they are most qualified in and get to do something they find fun! After all, though its a learning experience, if it's not fun or interesting to you than you wouldn't be learning anything worthwhile!

Qualifications: No prior experience needed. All that is asked is that you have access to a car, can make it definitely to our Annapolis HQ, and can give on and off, 10 hours a week at a minimum, coinciding with your schedule. You can certainly work more than that, or whatever is needed if doing for college credit. If doing for college credit, please let us know what the requirements are and if we need to verify anything for you. Lastly, we only require that you be enthusiastic, a team player, willing to work with all kinds of people, a sense of humor during high stress times, and an interest in making a difference. NO DISCRIMINATION on what district you live in, or your party affiliation.

Application Procedures: If interested, please contact the Campaign manager, Becky (SU Class of 2008) at becky@votedonquinn.com Cover letters are not required, but a resume would be helpful and a short message indicating a little about you- age, year in school, major, where you do live, and why you are interested in helping and in what areas you feel you would be most beneficial for us, or areas you would like to give a try at. But no experience required, just a willingness to try!

Rate Of Pay:Unpaid, but an invaluable resume builder

Inactivation Date: Nov. 4, 2014


Comments: We are currently filling up for the summer! And as the campaign manager is a former SU grad, would love to see some Gulls helping on the campaign for in whatever way you could!


Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 11/4/2014

Internships.com All Perdue 5/8/2014 [-]

internships.com

http://www.salisbury.edu/careerservices/Students/Internships/Newsletter.html

Discover Internships

77,548 internship positions from 51,760 companies
located in 6,300 cities across all 50 states. 

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 5/1/2016

Federal Housing Finance Agency - Office of Inspector General Fall Spring Summer Perdue 4/15/2014 [-]

New INTERNSHIP FORM - EMPLOYERS submission sent from: /careerservices/Employers/Forms/InternshipForm.html

Add to: https://www2.salisbury.edu/careerservices/admin/add.asp

Name Of Requesting Organization:  Federal Housing Finance Agency - Office of Inspector General

Street Address: 400 7th Street, SW.  Washington DC.  20024

Website:  www.fhfaoig.gov

Contact Person: Ivy Porter, Human Resources Specialist email: ivy.porter@fhfaoig.gov. Phone: 202-730-0368

When Is Internship: All Semesters

Description Of Internship:  Routinely research and critically analyze housing-related and/or financial information that supports project objectives. Assist with tracking written communications with external parties and project status (e.g., information received, analyses performed, reviews completed, and dispositions). Use various tools and technology to draft quality documents, including research summaries and analyses. Communicate relevant and accurate information, clearly and concisely during formal and informal meetings. Provide essential support such as arranging meetings, taking notes, and responding timely to routine inquiries. Perform all work in accordance with direction and OIGs internal policies and procedures.

Qualifications: U.S. citizen. Pass a background investigation. Work a minimum of 12 hours per week. Major in Accounting as a junior, senior, or graduate student. Communicate orally and in writing to a variety of audiences. Organize multiple assignments simultaneously to meet deadlines. Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to meet goals in a team environment. Proficient in programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, and Outlook.

Rate Of Pay: unpaid

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): Fall Spring Summer

Date inactive: 12/31/2014

Social Media Assistant All Perdue 4/11/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Fresco's on the Bay

 Address: 8203 Coastal Hwy Ocean City, Maryland 21842

Website: Frescos

Contact Person: Karen Tomasello

email: ocfrescos@verizon.net

Phone: 4105248202

When Is Internship:
All Semesters

Description Of Internship: Social Media for Fresco's, Assist in reservations and book keeping, oversee daily restaurant activities, file and organize paperwork and files, advertise and promote the restaurant on different forms of social media, reserve private parties and banquets, assist in event planning, and assist in hiring staff

Qualifications: All business majors welcome. Have to have interest in the restaurant industry.

Application Procedures: Please email your rsum to ocfrescos@verizon.net.

Rate Of Pay: unpaid

Inactivation Date: January 2016

Schools: Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 1/1/2016

Internships in India All Perdue 3/24/2014 [-]

Connectinc.in - Internships in India.  Discover India and gain practical 'on-the-job' experience in your chosen field in one of the world's most dynamic economies:  Accounting, Advertising, Marketing & PR, Architecture, Interior Design, & Real Estate, Consulting, Education, Event Management, Fashion, Film, Finance, Healthcare, HR, Information Technology, International Business, Journalism, Law, Manufacturing, Medical, NGOs, Pharmaceutical, Photography, Publishing, Sport.

6, 8, or 12 week internships in India: practical international experience leveraging our local expertise.  A Salisbury native is a Managing Partner of Connectinc.

 

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 9/9/2015

Communication and Marketing Assistant All Perdue 2/24/2014 [-]

Organization: Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce

Address: 144 E Main St Salisbury, MD  21801

Website: www.salisburyarea.com

Contact Person: Sophia Smecker

email: ssmecker@salisburyarea.com

Phone: 410-749-0144

Description Of Internship: The Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce is looking for an intern to assist with Communication and Marketing duties. Assist in operations including but not limited to: -Organizing and creating content for Chambers websites -Writing business-related news articles for Chambers website -Managing content and scheduling interviews for Chambers monthly television show -Developing press releases for media distribution -Creating email blasts

Qualifications:
-Organization -Excellent verbal and written communication skills -Proficiency in MS Office Suite -Journalism skills -Comfortable using computers

Application Procedures: Please email resume to Sophia Smecker at ssmecker@salisburyarea.com

Rate Of Pay: Unpaid


Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 12/1/2014

ISA-International Internships All Perdue 2/21/2014 [-]

 ISA-International Studies Abroad-Service-learning programs and internships for academic programs/credit

Belgium, Colombia, England, Italy, Peru, South Korea,Brazi,l Costa Rica, India, Jordan, Scotland, Spain,Chile, Dominican Republic, Ireland, Morocco, South Africa. 


   Choose from set start dates for a 4, 6, 8 or 12 week program
   Participants will not attend classes but work full-time up to 15–35 hours per week.
   Placement eligibility determined by a language interview (country specific), resume, and cover letter upon application.
   Placements have no affiliation with host university
   Participants will develop a Portfolio throughout the program, documenting projects, hours and program activities
   Ideal for independent participants with a high level of personal initiative who are comfortable working with minimal supervision

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 1/1/2016

Internships in Barcelona, Dublin, London, Rome, Shanghai, and Sydney. All Perdue 2/21/2014 [-]

IES Abroad- Develop your professional skills and provide substantive work experience to jump-start your career in today’s competitive job market.  You are guaranteed* a placement at a local business or organization and take a corresponding academic seminar—all as part of your study abroad course load. Earn 1 to 9 credits, depending on the program.  In the summer, you can opt to participate in one of our full-time internship programs in Barcelona, Dublin, London, Rome, Shanghai, and Sydney.

 

http://www.iesabroad.org/study-abroad/internships

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 1/1/2016

Salisbury Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc. (SNHS) All Perdue 2/13/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization:  Salisbury Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc. (SNHS)

Address: 540 Riverside Drive, Unit 18. Salisbury, MD  21801

Website: www.salisburynhs.org

Contact Person: Marian Jackson. email: mjackson@salisburynhs.org   Phone:  410-543-4626

Description Of Internship:  Make contact with clients, business contacts and general public via telephone and face-to-face reception, participate in loan intake appointments, data input. accept and log loan payments, monitor client insurance information, assist in client-based special mailings, copying, filing, assist with preparation of program documents, and other special projects.

Qualifications:  Ability to professionally communicate, customer service skills, Internet, MS Word, MS Excel, general knowledge of business equipment.

Application Procedures:  Resume with cover letter

Rate Of Pay:  volunteer

Schools: Fulton Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 2/13/2015

Marketing Intern Spring Perdue 1/17/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Eastern Shore Coffee & Water

Address: 31404 Eastern Shore Coffee & Water Salisbury, MD  21804

Website: www.easternshorecoffee.com

Contact Person: Sarah Chandler

email: sarah@easternshorecoffee.com

Phone: 410-749-4494

When Is Internship: Spring

Description Of Internship: Marketing, Networking, Website management, facebook updates, ebay listings, and some phone calls

Qualifications: Sales and/marketing

Application Procedures:Resume via email

RateOfPay: unpaid

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): Spring

Date inactive: 1/17/2015

Marketing Intern Fall Spring Summer Perdue 1/17/2014 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization: Atlantic Shores Realty, LLC

Address: 7510-B Coastal Hwy Ocean City, MD  21842

Website: ryanhaley.com

Contact Person: Ryan Haley, Broker-Owner

email: ryan@ryanhaley.com

Phone: 410-524-0919

When Is Internship: Fall, Spring, Summer

DescriptionOfInternship:The interns will learn and assist in the everyday environment of Today's Technology Driven Real Estate Brokerage. The main job of the intern will be to assist in Marketing and promoting the beach lifestyle living of Ocean City Maryland. Taking photos and video of different attractions in and around Ocean City/Ocean Pines/Berlin MD, editing Photos and video, Uploading to social media sites, Blogging on Ocean City Relevant Topics, and some data entry. Tasks An Intern Would Deal With: Getting the Atlantic Shores Realty Company name out to the public through Social Media Platforms Taking and editing photos/video on Adobe Photoshop and Premiere Posting the photos/video to Social Media platforms the Company utilizes Blogging Attracting the interest of potential sellers and buyers to call or come into the office Entering information into a database Other small daily office work and side tasks that will need to be completed

Qualifications: Strong photography skills Proficient in Adobe Photoshop, Premiere and Publisher Proficient in Microsoft Office Proficient in all elements of Social Media Strong public speaking skills Energetic, creative and fun! Knowledge of Ocean City, Beach Living, Surfing and Fishing are good Strong writing skills to be able to compose descriptions and blog-like postings efficiently

Application Procedures: Email Resume to Ryan@RyanHaley.com, call Ryan Haley at 410-524-0919.

Rate Of Pay: unpaid

Inactivation Date: 1/17/2016

Comments:
Relevant Majors: Art, Communications Arts, English, Geography, Marketing and Management

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): Fall Spring Summer

Date inactive: 1/17/2016

MKTG Internship All Perdue 12/13/2013 [-]

Description: •Mission statement for internship: This internship promotes the  work of the Center for International Education and the global outlook of Salisbury University at large. This intern provides marketing insights and a much valued student perspective on the promotional efforts of SUCIE.  This position brings a well-rounded marketing opportunity for students to help advance our office's online presence, print promotional materials, and in-person presentations to groups across SU's campus. The ideal candidate will have international experience, intercultural understanding      and/or a desire to develop their global understanding.

•Management learn time management: *Learn time management      requirements when working with individual agents or teams.

•Other  Management activities:

•Marketing target markets: *Learn the needs of the small business and individual target markets

•Marketing apply skills and tactics: *Learn how to apply marketing skills and tactics

•Marketing event planning: *Learn the elements of and assist in the execution of event planning for clients and prospects

•Marketing  strategies: *Become familiar with our software programs and current marketing strategies and materials

•Marketing planning management: *Develop competencies in market planning and plan management

•Marketing  client development: *Work with the firms unassigned client base in developing communication tactics

•Marketing additional duties: *Report directly to the firms Marketing Director for additional marketing related duties

•Other  Marketing activities: Conduct presentations to various groups, Evaluate and provide suggestions for promoting online web presence

•product service market: *Understand the basic target marketing of (product or service)

•product  sevice knowledge: *Gain substantial knowledge into our industry/field/product or service)

•Other  product service activities:

•Personal Skills develop organizational skills: *Develop lanning, organizational and time management skills

•Personal  Skills develop technology skills: *Increase knowledge of computer skills and technology

•Personal  Skills develop teamwork: *Develop team-based work competencies

•Personal Skills develop communication internal: *Develop interpersonal skills in order to communicate with employees

•Personal Skills develop interpersonal phone skills:  *Develop interpersonal skills in order to communicate with day-to-day business contacts through follow up calls

•Personal  Skills develop communications external: *Develop interpersonal skills in order to communicate with external clients

•Other  Personal Skills develop activities: Develop understanding of international educational markets, Develop intercultural  communication skills,

•Program Incentives: This position offers students the chance to engage with global clientele, promote international programs, engage with the field of education, and work right here on SU's campus. The ideal candidate will have studied abroad or lived in a  significant intercultural context (preferably for at least a semester) 

 Contact: Noel Habashy

ABLE Internship (Setup through Perdue School) 

Job Locations:  Salisbury, Maryland

 Period of Employment:  Fall, Spring, Summer 

Compensation Type:  Unpaid

Application Method: via Email (nbhabashy@salisbury.edu)

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 1/1/2015

Writer Internship Fall Spring Summer Perdue 12/5/2013 [-]

Employer: The Borgen Project

Description:
This is a 12-week, part-time internship. The selected candidate will be able to work from home and pick their own schedule, but must meet weekly deadlines. Articles submitted will appear on BORGEN Magazine or The Borgen Project Blog. 

Write 7 articles/blog posts per week. 
Research and write content for the website. 
Edit documents as needed. 
Spend 2-3 days assisting with fundraising. 

Qualifications: Strong research and writing skills. Must be able to work independently and meet deadlines with very little supervision. Experience writing SEO friendly content is helpful, but not required.

How to Apply: Email your resume and a writing sample to hr@borgenproject.org with "Blogger Intern" in the subject line.

 

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): Fall Spring Summer

Date inactive: 12/1/2014

MKTG Internship All Perdue 12/4/2013 [-]
Employer: Envirotrols Group

Location: Delmar, Delaware


Description:
  • Mission statement for internship: We have developed a new thermostat for facilities that desire control of a space but do not require a full-blown EMS. In the final design stages, prototypes of this product will be delivered in mid-to-late December. We are looking for an intern to help in the marketing of this product.
  • Other Management activities:
  • Marketing target markets: *Learn the needs of the small business and individual target markets
  • Marketing apply skills and tactics: *Learn how to apply marketing skills and tactics
  • Marketing tracking: *Learn marketing tracking techniques
  • Marketing campaigns: *Develop and coordinate mailing campaigns
  • Marketing event planning: *Learn the elements of and assist in the execution of event planning for clients and prospects
  • Marketing market research: *Experience the necessity of detailed market research
  • Marketing data information: *Learn and manage a firm wide database information system to execute specific local campaigns and initiatives
  • Marketing strategies: *Become familiar with our software programs and current marketing strategies and materials
  • Marketing planning management: *Develop competencies in market planning and plan management
  • Marketing additional duties: *Report directly to the firms Marketing Director for additional marketing related duties
  • Other Marketing activities: Assist in preparation, set up, working the booth, and follow up on one or two trade shows.
  • product service market: *Understand the basic target marketing of (product or service)
  • Other product service activities:
  • Personal Skills develop organizational skills: *Develop planning, organizational and time management skills
  • Personal Skills develop teamwork: *Develop team-based work competencies
  • Personal Skills develop communication internal: *Develop interpersonal skills in order to communicate with employees
  • Personal Skills develop interpersonal phone skills: *Develop interpersonal skills in order to communicate with day-to-day business contacts through follow up calls
  • Personal Skills develop communications external: *Develop interpersonal skills in order to communicate with external clients
  • Other Personal Skills develop activities:

Program Incentives: We are a small husband and wife company with a staff of ten. It is a small, close-knit group of employees that work together well. Because of our size, everyone wears different hats from time to time, so your marketing responsibilities will be augmented with other tasks that will give you a good taste of working in a small office. No two days are the same.

 

How To Apply: Send resume to laurav@telcoenvirotrols.com.

Schools: Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 12/13/2014

FINA, MKTG, MGMT, ECON Internship All Perdue 12/4/2013 [-]
 

At Maryland Capital Enterprises in Salisbury, MD you will have a unique opportunity to witness the process of starting a business from the business idea to the Grand opening! As an intern you will:

  • review and analyze business plans and cash flow projections, suggest improvements
  • audit business consulting sessions and loan committee meetings to learn how the decisions about loan approval or denial are being made
  • work closely with the loan officer to help prepare loan application packages for the loan committee review
  • create spreadsheets and generate reports about MCE's loan portfolio
  • assist Community Relations Director with events planning
  • update social media for the organization

At Maryland Capital Enterprise you as the marketing intern will get a chance to put your marketing skills into use. You will:

-Develop and coordinate mailing and email campaigns

-Manage website content

-Update calendar of events with new events and classes

-prepare promotional materials (using Word, Publisher or Photoshop)

-Assist with the fundraiser planning

-Analyze and make improvements to the marketing plan

-Analyze the outcome of the marketing plan fulfillment

-Update social media for the organization

 

How To Apply: Send resume to ltwilley@marylandcapital.org.

Schools: Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 12/31/2014

MKTG Internship All Perdue 11/21/2013 [-]

Employer: Salisbury Apartments

Location:
Salisbury, Maryland

Description: * Company overview: Salisbury Apartments, LLC (formerly Rinnier Management) is a locally owned and operated business with ties to the local community for over 80 years. As a small business we pride ourselves on continual growth and forging ahead in the ever-changing face of property management. * Mission statement for internship: Salisbury Apartments, LLC looks to foster the growth and mentor a Marketing/Business major within the Perdue School of Business by allowing the intern to work first hand with the Marketing Manager to research, create, and implement various marketing campaigns including but not limited to radio, print, social media, and online marketing. The intern would report to the Marketing Manger and help research and orchestrate predominately online advertising both to boost our current efforts and suggest new areas of opportunity. Having a graphic design interest/experience would be great! *Marketing target markets: *Learn the needs of the small business and individual target markets * Marketing apply skills and tactics: *Learn how to apply marketing skills and tactics * Marketing strategies: *Become familiar with our software programs and current marketing strategies and materials *Marketing additional duties: *Report directly to the firms Marketing Director for additional marketing related duties

Compensation Type: Unpaid

How To Apply: Send resume to alookabill@rinnier.com

Schools: Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 12/1/2014

Inbound Marketing Intern for Passarell Insurance Agency All Perdue 11/1/2013 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization:  Passarell Insurance Company - Allstate

Address:  256 Tilghman Road.  Salisbry, MD  21804.  www.passinsures.com

Description Of Internship:
*Assist with the planning and execution of Passarell Insurance Agency, Inc inbound marketing campaigns which may include an of the above mentioned marketing tactics as well as any outbound marketing tactics that are currently in development. Help with overall internal approval process as well as competitive reporting and posting process for Passarell Insurance Agency, Inc Marketing. Team Management/Administration: Handle and complete internal data reconciliation of current clients. Communication with prospects and leads that are generated through digital assets. Create bi weekly analytic reports on website and social media traffic, conversion rates, leads, bounce rates, unique visits, traffic sources and social signals.

Qualifications:  Strong communication and leadership skills Be organized, diligent and detail-oriented in their work Willingness to help team as needed - genuine interest in learning about all aspects of advertising/communications Demonstrate a positive, can-do attitude Willing to think beyond traditional marketing tactics. Rising Senior level college student or Graduate Student. Marketing and/or Communications coursework. 1 letter of recommendation from a Professor, Coach or Mentor.

Application Procedures:  Resume, Cover letter, 1 letter of recommendation from a professor, coach or Mentor. Contact Person: Sarah Passarell. spassarell@allstate.com Phone: 4434785752

Pay:  open

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 11/1/2014

social Media, local, Paid All Perdue 11/1/2013 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization:  Regent Homes by Beracah

Address:  1609 Ocean Highway.  Pocomoke, MD  21851

Website:  www.regenthomesonline.com

Description Of Internship:  I am looking for an individual that can explain the benefits of social media and help develop a plan to better expose my company in the social media forum.

Qualifications:  Computer and communication skills are a must. A major or minor in business or computer science would be preferable.

Application Procedures:  Please submit your resume to brian@regenthomesonline.comContact Person: Brian Rush. Phone: 443-783-9914

Pay:  10.00 and hour

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 1/1/2015

A.E. Schwartz & Assoc. in Boston. Lots of OPPS! All Perdue 11/1/2013 [-]

2014 Internship/Externship Opportunities

Several former interns are now partners with equity.
Each started as interns with A.E. Schwartz & Associates.

Our atmosphere is relaxed, focused, practical, hands-on and more of a mentor/partnership approach where each intern will be valued as an active and important team member.

Internship spaces are limited.

INTERNSHIP CATEGORIES

Writers/Editors:
Develop/write a wide range of new materials ~ Edit, critique and proof on-line content and website text ~ Research and create new products for ReadySetPresent.com (PowerPoint content, glossaries, articles, and more ~ Create leader guides and additional instructions for presenters utilizing our PowerPoint presentations ~ Edit and generate new copy for manuscripts, training packages, and self-study guides ~ Write press releases and newsletters ~ Develop instructions to our newest product line (PowerPoint games).

This internship offers a percentage of profit created from the team's efforts as well as contract, part or full time affiliation.� Interns will receive written acknowledgement in publications when appropriate. Upon successful completion, this position may evolve into a part-time or full-time associate.

Marketing: Social Media Coordinators:
Our Social Media Coordinator will understand the value and mission of our websites (primarily ReadySetPresent.com) and appropriately represent this business in the social media space. The ideal candidate must have familiarity with major social sites and services; deep personal engagement in social media; and experience pitching bloggers and driving traffic through organic (non-paid) means.

Create content to disseminate on social networks, aggregation websites, message boards, fan sites and more ~ Actively work to identify relevant audiences for our community campaigns ~ Refine and accelerate our existing social media strategies on Facebook, Twitter and more ~ Monitor social media best practices and provide proactive recommendations ~ Develop link exchanges and ongoing relationships with appropriate partners ~ Track the effectiveness of campaigns in daily and weekly reports ~ Monitor day-to-day social media conversations; and keep up-to-date with emerging social media platforms and opportunities ~ Identify new trends in social media. This may lead to a full time opportunity based upon our overall success.

Graphic Designers (Print/Web and Audio/Video):
Whether it is working on web sites, on-line learning, slide shows, print, or promotional pieces, image is a crucial part of the business package. Designers must be able to realize new visual concepts for all aspects of our company to reflect the professionalism of their content and medium.

Create HTML pages utilizing Dreamweaver and CSS for our commercial websites and client websites through aediswebdesign.com ~ Design sales materials, press releases, training products, book proposals, and training materials ~ Create new products for www.readysetpresent.com, PPT templates, presentations, products, manuals, articles, advertisements and newsletters ~ Utilize a wide range of programs Quark, Adobe CS4 Suite, PowerPoint and many others ~ Utilize audio and video software to create promotional pieces and products. A fast paced creative challenge to expand any portfolio with meaningful projects/work.

Sales & Marketing (On-Line & Traditional)
Sales and marketing is an integral part of our organization. Marketing on-line and creating business partnerships are vital necessities to the continual growth and success of our organization. This position requires creative and persistent individuals who will clearly articulate the organizations services and their benefits to the decision-makers of the business community.

Develop partnerships for our commercial websites ~ Develop strategies and new distribution outlets (on- and off-line) for products at readysetpresent.com and our services ~ Utilize social networks to develop campaigns for six (6) of our all our internal websites and a few client websites ~ Assist with client e-mail correspondence, sales manuals, marketing strategy, writing copy, newsletters, press releases, contracts and negotiations and more ~ Projects may include and would not be limited to: working with mailing lists and job postings, reaching out to potential partners or sponsors, and maintaining communications with interested organizations, groups and participants ~ Submit into on-line directories and search engines while monitoring site rankings ~ Optimize our commercial websites using SEO and additional strategies ~ Research and build relationships for incoming and outgoing links with other web sites. This internship offers a percentage of the profit created from the team's efforts as well as potential contract, part-time, or full-time affiliation.

Business Technology / IT / Programmers:
Re-develop and expand our commercial web site Internships4You.com utilizing PHP, CGI and other technologies. ~ Develop new website functions, front end design and back end administration, features, and automation ~ Create solutions and generate information for intranet, partners, and end-users ~ Maintain and develop on our Apache server through new software, security and related ~ Work with marketing and e-commerce strategies.

A results-oriented opportunity to work with state-of-the-art software for detail-oriented people. Ideal for self-motivated people who are driven to learn new web technologies and implement them while gaining hand-on experience and potential long-term affiliation (equity and ownership/ partnership).

Web Marketing/SEO Placement
Submit into on-line directories and search engines while monitoring site rankings ~ Optimize our commercial websites using SEO and additional strategies ~ Research and build relationships for incoming and outgoing links with other web sites ~ This internship offers a percentage of the profit created from the team's efforts as well as potential contract, part-time, or full-time affiliation.

SEND RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO: interns@aeschwartz.com
Type in Subject: 2014: Internships.

Located south of Boston in Stoughton, Mass.
Accessible by public transportation, having a car is preferable.

Enormous Financial Potential, Unique Opportunity, Creative Input, Decision Making and Equity with a Future.
_

Philosophy Towards Students/Interns: A mentoring interaction with each intern and extern develops a mutually beneficial relationship. Each intern/extern is given hands-on responsibilities, and our organization continues to grow due to the skills, participation, and involvement that each intern contributes. In many instances, professional relationships with former students/interns evolve long after the formal internship's/externship's conclusion. Since our organization is a small but growing sole proprietorship, I can ensure that you will not spend the majority of your time on mind-numbing office work. Interns are given significant projects which match their unique abilities and potential equity in projects and profits. Extern's are involved in meeting via conference calls, speaker phone, web and encouraged to visit here in Boston. While they are not present we make certain they are a part of the team virtually.

Our organization is growing and our internship/externship program has always provided hands-on/project-driven opportunities to learn and make real-world contributions.

Our interns are responsible for their own housing and expenses.

We require: a specific "email" cover letter to better understand your interests, a resume, references (names and numbers) and any collateral information. We will contact you within 7-10 business days to discuss your application in greater detail if we see a potential match. We always encourage applicants to follow up via email and/or phone within 7-10 days after submitting their information.

As you will see from the description below, A.E. Schwartz & Associates is an exciting place. We await your reply and thoughts.


OPENINGS:
2/3+ openings for each of the categories listed below.
Graduate, undergraduate students as well as professionals in transition.

HOURS: 24+ hours per week (flexible schedule throughout the year).

COMPENSATION: Stipend of $100.00 monthly.
Compensation contingent upon quality of work, and revenues actualized.
Potential equity, contract work, part-time and/or full-time employment upon completion.

CREDIT: Yes. We always encourage and support applicants seeking academic credit.

BENEFITS: Hands-on experience; real work; involvement and participation; build your resume and portfolio; explore your potential and more.

REQUIREMENTS: All interns must have: excellent communication and organizational skills; ability to work independently and in teams; follow through; computer skills; Internet knowledge and experience.

SEND RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO: interns@aeschwartz.com
Type in Subject: 2014 Internship.

Located south of Boston in Stoughton, Mass.
Accessible by public transportation, having a car is preferable.

Enormous Financial Potential, Unique Opportunity, Creative Input, Decision Making and Equity with a Future.

A.E. Schwartz & Associates
School4Managers.com
ReadySetPresent.com
aes@aeschwartz.com
t. 781.436.5033

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 1/1/2015

Internships in Thailand All Perdue 10/31/2013 [-]

http://www.internshipsthailand.com/

Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 1/1/2015

ABLE INFO Internship Perdue 10/24/2013 [-]
Employer: Frank Benvenuto - Criminal Defense Lawyer

Location: Berlin, Maryland
Description:

  • Mission statement for internship: I need someone to help create and improve my websites. Do some research for the websites.

  • Management Entrepreneurial: *Develop an entrepreneurial business mentality

  • Management employee performance: *Experience how major companies rate and communicate employee performance

  • Management witness ethics: *Witness ethics, compliance and business conduct issues pertaining to our industry

  • Marketing target markets: *Learn the needs of the small business and individual target markets

  • Marketing apply skills and tactics: *Learn how to apply marketing skills and tactics

  • Marketing event planning: *Learn the elements of and assist in the execution of event planning for clients and prospects.

  • Information Systems general skills: *Learn and develop skills in information technology to include networking of computers, system wide back up of data, and off-site storage of data

  • Information Systems design programming: *Develop skills to communicate with IT professionals who specialize in Systems Software Design Engineering and Computer Programming

  • Information Systems maintenance: *Assist staff in performing system backup and maintenance functions

  • Information Systems installations: *Assist in installation of PC hardware and software

  • Information Systems troubleshooting: *Assist in network and hardware troubleshooting

  • Information Systems upgrades: *Assist in performing preventative maintenance and upgrades on servers

  • Information Systems project assistant: *Assist Network Engineer with current projects.

  • Information Systems special projects: *Perform special projects as determined by the information systems staff

  • Information Systems needs assessment solution research: *Assist in needs analysis for projects; in research for solutions for needs

  • Information Systems documentation: *Assist in updating user and technical documentation.

  • Information Systems database applications: *Assist in the maintenance and performance tuning of application databases

  • Information Systems intranet functions: *Assist in managing, maintaining, developing, designing and updating the intranet

  • Information Systems web management: *Assist with the Web Content Management System for our public website

  • Information Systems help desk: *Gain hands on practical experience to the full gamut of Help Desk roles and responsibilities

Compensation: Unpaid

How To Apply: Send resume to fbenvenuto@verizon.net.

Schools: Perdue

Semester(s):

Date inactive: 12/31/2014

Marketing and Advertising in LAW office All Perdue 10/24/2013 [-]

Name Of Requesting Organization:  Procino Wells, LLC Attorneys at Law.  Seaford, Delaware.  www.seafordlaw.com

Description Of Internship:  Assist with Marketing and Advertising. Managing and scheduling marketing meetings. Creating flyers, booklets and pamphlets. Managing social network profiles. Help cultivate fresh marketing ideas and facilitate marketing projects, tasks, and systems.

Qualifications:  Responsible and loyal. Strong ability to multitask. Excellent communication skills. Strong work ethic and ambition. Self motivated and organized.

Application Procedures:  Email resume, cover letter, and personal references in confidence to Lonyai T. Downing, Office Manager at LTD@seafordlaw.com.

Rate Of Pay:  * Unpaid internship/ Ask about possible part-time employment*Interns may be paid at the conclusion of their term according to the Managing Attorney's perceived value of their services rendered.

Schools: Fulton Perdue

Semester(s): All

Date inactive: 12/1/2015

Marketing/Management Internships Spring Summer Perdue 10/16/2013 [-]

Employer: Eastern Shore Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ESCADV)

Location: Onancock, Virginia

  • Mission statement for internship: ESCADV has a small staff (3 full-time and two part-time employees), so volunteers and interns are critical to help us achieve our mission. We believe in empowering interns and volunteers to do work that is both meaningful for them professionally and personally, while also making a significant contribution to the organization and our clients. We provide a warm and friendly office environment, with the added bonus of knowing that your work is helping to improve lives and to make a our community a safer place to live, work, play, and thrive.
     
  • Management Entrepreneurial: *Develop an entrepreneurial business mentality
     
  • Management witness ethics: *Witness ethics, compliance and business conduct issues pertaining to our industry
     
  • Management learn time management: *Learn time management requirements when working with individual agents or teams.
     
  • Other Management activities: We are looking for a creative self-starter with an interest in taking a major role in developing, implementing, and managing a comprehensive media and marketing plan for our organization. ESCADV has been a small, grass-roots organization, and we are ready to take our media and marketing initiative to the next level in order to better educate and engage the community.
     
  • Marketing target markets: *Learn the needs of the small business and individual target markets
     
  • Marketing apply skills and tactics: *Learn how to apply marketing skills and tactics
     
  • Marketing tracking: *Learn marketing tracking techniques
     
  • Marketing campaigns: *Develop and coordinate mailing campaigns
     
  • Marketing event planning: *Learn the elements of and assist in the execution of event planning for clients and prospects
     
  • Marketing data information: *Learn and manage a firm wide database information system to execute specific local campaigns and initiatives
  • Marketing strategies: *Become familiar with our software programs and current marketing strategies and materials
  • Marketing client development: *Work with the firms unassigned client base in developing communication tactics
  • Marketing additional duties: *Report directly to the firms Marketing Director for additional marketing related duties
  • Other Marketing activities: - Work with the Board and staff to develop media and marketing policies and plans. - Play a key role in developing and implementing social media marketing, including Constant Contact, YouTube videos, Facebook and Twitter. - Make recommendations for website improvements and strategies for implementations. - Take a leading role in redesigning marketing materials, including brochures, fact sheets, and media kits. - Help develop press releases
     
  • Information Systems web management: *Assist with the Web Content Management System for our public website
  • product service market: *Understand the basic target marketing of (product or service)
     
  • product service knowledge: *Gain substantial knowledge into our industry/field/product or service)
     
  • Personal Skills develop organizational skills: *Develop planning, organizational and time management skills
     
  • Personal Skills develop technology skills: *Increase knowledge of computer skills and technology
     
  • Personal Skills develop teamwork: *Develop team-based work competencies
     
  • Personal Skills develop communication internal: *Develop interpersonal skills in order to communicate with employees
     
  • Personal Skills develop interpersonal phone skills: *Develop interpersonal skills in order to communicate with day-to-day business contacts through follow up calls
     
  • Personal Skills develop communications external: *Develop interpersonal skills in order to communicate with external clients
     
  • Program Incentives: Interning at ESCADV is a wonderful opportunity to make a positive difference in our community while also learning and applying media and marketing skills. If you are a creative, motivated, self-starter who wants to make a big impact and see your ideas become reality, we're the internship for you! Best of all, this internship offers a lot of flexibility --- as you can work from anywhere, during hours that best meet your schedule.

    Compensation Type: Unpaid

    How To Apply: Send resume to Cristi Lawton, cristilawton2@verizon.net.
  • Schools: Perdue

    Semester(s): Spring Summer

    Date inactive: 12/31/2014

    ABLE Finance Internship Perdue 10/10/2013 [-]

    Employer: The Bank of Delmarva

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    ob Location:
    Salisbury, Maryland

    Description: 
    •Mission statement for internship: Support the Credit Administration department of the The Bank of Delmarva
    •Management witness ethics: *Witness ethics, compliance and business conduct issues pertaining to our industry
    •Management learn time management: *Learn time management requirements when working with individual agents or teams.
    •Other Management activities: Data Base/ Excel Spreadsheet management. Documentation management ( setting up a file system, tracking exception reports,
    •Marketing target markets: *Learn the needs of the small business and individual target markets
    •Other Marketing activities:
    •Accounting cashflow Management: *Learn cash management and cash flow analysis for management review team
    •Accounting general principles practices: *Understand how generally accepted accounting principles and practices are integrated into day to day practical business enterprise environment
    •Other Accounting activities: Learn the basics of Credit, how a bank eveluates a commerical loan and how Bank regulations impact lending. Loan Loss provisioning, reporting requirements in Banking.
    •Finance account review: *Assist with account reviews and preparation for account reviews
    •Finance client portfolio: *Updating client portfolio values, returns, risk statistics
    •Finance gains losses: *Develop Excel spreadsheets to show current Realized/Unrealized gains/losses
    •Finance settlements: *Learn duties in preparation of settlement statement.
    •Other Finance activities:
    •Other Information System activities:
    •Other product service activities:
    •Personal Skills develop organizational skills: *Develop planning, organizational and time management skills
    •Personal Skills develop technology skills: *Increase knowledge of computer skills and technology
    •Personal Skills develop teamwork: *Develop team-based work competencies
    •Personal Skills develop communication internal: *Develop interpersonal skills in order to communicate with employees
    •Personal Skills develop interpersonal phone skills: *Develop interpersonal skills in order to communicate with day-to-day business contacts through follow up calls
    •Personal Skills develop communications external: *Develop interpersonal skills in order to communicate with external clients
    •Other Personal Skills develop activities:
     
    Program Incentives: Banking as an industry will need to hire to replace staff, yet many of the training programs have been cut, in this role you will gain an insight into a local bank and how what we do impacts on business
     
    How To Apply: Log-in to eRecruiting at https://salisbury.experience.com/experience/login.

    Schools: Perdue

    Semester(s):

    Date inactive: 12/31/2014

    ABLE Internship Perdue 10/3/2013 [-]

    Employer: Bella Grace Children's Boutique

    •Mission statement for internship:
    As a busy business owner in my early 50's I am overwhelmed with all the social media that is available. Bella Grace is looking for a highly motivated creative individual to revamp our website, and take our social media to another level. In addition this individual should possess the creativity to generate more traffic to our Instagram, Website, Twitter, Pinterest areas. Creating a blog for our store is a major plus! I am certain that you will find this internship very challenging and rewarding all at the same time. If you love fashion, merchandising and seeing the inside workings of a retail establishment function then this internship is for you. You will love all the little fashion divas and little men that walk into our store. We absolutely have the most stylish and adorable clothing that this town has seen in many years. We are looking forward to adding you to our team and are very excited to see where you can take this 3 year company!
    •Management Entrepreneurial: *Develop an entrepreneurial business mentality
    •Other Management activities:
    Witnessing the inner workings of a dream come true for the owner, assisting the manager with the schedule and the daily procedures of running a retail fashion boutique.
    •Marketing target markets: *Learn the needs of the small business and individual target markets
    •Marketing apply skills and tactics: *Learn how to apply marketing skills and tactics
    •Other Marketing activities: Helping to establish growth in the social media aspect of our business, posting pictures, status, tweets to all our outlets.
    •Other Accounting activities: Learning the use of a POS computer system, dealing with customers on a daily basis. Checking in new inventory and making pricing structure for new merchandise.
    •Other Finance activities: All the finance aspects of the boutique are directly handled by the owner.
    •Information Systems intranet functions: *Assist in managing, maintaining, developing, designing and updating the intranet
    •Information Systems web management: *Assist with the Web Content Management System for our public website
    •Other Information System activities: help to develop a cutting edge website and drawing more traffic to the site as well as sales. Maintaining all social media aspects.
    •Other Personal Skills develop activities: Assisting customers with sales, put together outfits and up selling by adding accessories to the outfits. Being a part of the day to day operations of the retail store.
    •Program Incentives: This boutique is a very fun and rewarding place to be, it is the talk of the town. No other internship like this store in our area. A fun low key atmosphere to be a part of.

    How To Apply: Send resume to deangladden@msn.com.

    Schools: Perdue

    Semester(s):

    Date inactive: 12/31/2014

    Website development and other advertising medias All Perdue 7/29/2013 [-]

    Name Of Requesting Organization: Bloosurf LLC

    Phone: 410-957-6060

    Description Of Internship:  Assist in developing website, print and radio media for advertising and branding Bloosurf. We would like to target market different age groups and areas of the counties using different advertising media

    Qualifications:  Computer, internet, software: for website development, print media and internet. Majors: Marketing, Business Writing, Marketing Management, or Communications.

    Application Procedures: Please submit resume and cover letter to Bloosurf, LLC Attn:Denise Wagner, Director Lower Shore Operations 1731 Broad Street, Pocomoke, MD 21851

    Rate Of Pay: fuel stipend only

    Schools: Henson Perdue

    Semester(s): All

    Date inactive: 1/1/2015

    Business Office help All Perdue 7/29/2013 [-]

    Requesting Organization: Bloosurf LLC

    email:
    Denise.Wagner@bloosurf.com

    Phone: 410-957-6060

    Description Of Internship:  Business writing, answer phone, assist with correspondence, meet and greet clients, support current office staff, help update current data bases. Help define proper procedures for office duties.

    Qualifications: Majors: Business writing, business administration, and/or business.

    Application Procedures: Please apply by resume and cover letter to Bloosurf LLC Attn: Denise Wagner, Director of Lower Shore Operations 1731 Broad Street, Pocomoke, MD 21851

    Rate Of Pay:  fuel stipend only

    Schools: Fulton Perdue

    Semester(s): All

    Date inactive: 1/1/2015

    Communication/Marketing/Management Intern Fall Spring Summer Perdue 7/8/2013 [-]

    Assist in day to day operations including but not limited to:
    -school and customer communication
    -creating newsletters, writing stories and conducting interviews
    -Assist in on-site marketing .
    Qualifications:
    Must be outgoing, organized and have a great personality.
    Majors: Communications Business Management Marketing Exercise Science Etc.
    Application Procedures:
    Please email resume to Adam Manning. Adam@HappyFeetDelmarva.com. We will set up an interview.
    email: Adam@HappyFeetDelmarva.com

    Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

    Semester(s): Fall Spring Summer

    Date inactive: 6/30/2314

    Marketing Internship with Uticom All Perdue 4/2/2013 [-]

    Name Of Organization: Uticom Systems, Inc.

    Address: 32221 Beaver Run Drive, Salisbury, MD 21804

    Website: www.uticom.net

    Contact Person: Bob Thompson - VP Sales & Marketing

    When Is Internship: All semesters

    Description Of Internship: Intern duties will include industry specific marketing, planning and strategic execution of Uticom's marketing plan. Specific duties include assisting with prospect and client contact including direct action requests and prospecting.

    Qualifications: Special skills - Microsoft Office & good verbal communication skills.

    Application Procedures: Send resume to Bob@uticom.net or call at 410-251-3487.

    Rate Of Pay: 10.00 per hour

    Schools: Fulton Perdue

    Semester(s): All

    Date inactive: 4/1/2015

    Internship with Environment Maryland All Perdue 11/26/2012 [-]

    Name Of Organization: Environment Maryland

    Address: 3121 St. Paul Street Suite 26, Baltimore, MD 21218

    Website: http://www.environmentmaryland.org/

    When Is Internship: All Semesters

    Description Of Internship:
    Internships with Environment Maryland offer students a unique, mentored experience. Interns work one-on-one with Environment Marylands advocates and campaign organizers. Interns acquire the basic skills to analyze issues and put together solutions to problems that threaten our environment. Interns learn that activism and participation in the democratic process yield results.

    Though responsibilities vary, most internships include the following:
    - Conduct research into critical environmental problems and prepare fact sheets for wide scale distribution.
    - Assist in the preparation of media events.
    - Attend meetings with lawmakers and state agency staff.
    - Reach out to businesses and organizations to get them to work in partnership with us.
    - Mobilize our grassroots base to impact upcoming policy decisions.

    Although Environment Maryland internships are unpaid, students may receive academic credit from their college or university.

    Qualifications:
    - A strong commitment to Environment Marylands issues.
    - Strong writing and analytical skills.
    - The ability to debate and speak persuasively.
    - An enthusiasm for the work.
    - Any majors are welcome to apply, we are mostly looking for a strong commitment to the environment and interest in working to protect it through non-profit work.

    Application Procedures: Interested students should submit a letter of interest and resume to info@EnvironmentMaryland.org. The letter should describe your primary interests in an internship, how this fits into your career objectives, and your availability in terms of dates and hours.

    Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue

    Semester(s): All

    Date inactive: 11/21/2014

    Research Internship-Friends of Millcreek, LLC Spring Perdue 1/18/2011 [-]

    Name Of Requesting Organization:  Friends of Millcreek, LLC

    Street Address:  10706 Mallard Point Road.  Chestertown, MD  21620.  
    Phone:  610-430-1509.  FAX:  610-430-1509

    Spring 2011

    Description Of Internship:  Research Mill Creek & Worton Creek dredging, hydro surveys for the past 50 years, and types of fish and wildlife in the area.

    Qualifications: Internet, Microsoft Office, and grant-writing skills. 

    Application Procedures: Please send resume and cover letter to Contact Person: Joyce Hawkins.  joyce.t.hawkins@verizon.net

    Pay:  10.00 per hour part time position

    Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue

    Semester(s): Spring

    Date inactive:

    NPR Internship Opportunities. All Perdue 1/10/2011 [-]

    NPR Internship Opportunities. Following is a list of internship positions available at NPR. The specific internships offered vary from semester to semester. All internships are located in Washington, DC, unless noted otherwise beneath the title of the internship. 2011-12.  NPR Internship Opportunities.

    All Things Considered (Typically offered all three semesters)
    Conducts research for daily stories and long-term projects; books interviews; retrieves archival tape; attends daily editorial meeting; and helps get the program on the air, which includes performing routine administrative tasks. He/she should have an interest in the news and be prepared to offer story ideas. A liberal arts background - an individual majoring in religion, history, art, etc. is preferred. In addition to the regular application items, candidates must submit a writing sample.

    All Things Considered, Opinions (Typically offered all three semesters)
    Works with All Things Considered on commentaries and opinions; assists with writing headlines and building Web pages. The ideal candidate is a news junkie with a flair for writing and the arts whose first instinct is to go to the opinion pages and read op-eds and essays. He/she should have good news judgment, and writing experience. Experience on a school newspaper is very helpful, op-ed page experience even better.

    All Songs Considered (Typically offered all three semesters)
    Helps produce Second Stage (previously called OpenMic) series using html, NPR’s content Management System, and Photoshop; auditions CD for possible review; contacts labels for CD acquisition; acts as liaison with Second Stage artists; helps secure clearances for use of material on site; researches and fact checks for artist reviews.  Required:  Strong writing skills; love of music; working knowledge of HTML; working knowledge of Photoshop.  Preferred:  experience in music-related field, for example:  music degree or music study, radio DJ, music journalism or experience writing music reviews.

    Arts & Information Desk Internship: (Typically offered all three semesters)
    Sets-up interviews; greets and escorts interview guests; logs tape; conducts story research for reporters and editors and participates in story production; sorts mail; answers phone; assists with development and maintenance of obituary project sound files; and participates in staff meetings and projects as required. Candidates should be interested in the arts, journalism, digital technology, history and other areas of cultural expression. Strong research skills, computer literacy, and knowledge of NPR programming preferred. In addition to the regular application items, candidates must submit a writing sample.

    Audience Insight and Research Internship: (Typically offered all three semesters)
    Interested in first-hand exposure to media research and strategy?  Consider an internship with our team, which acts as an internal research consultant to all NPR departments.  Interns work closely with staff from across the organization to bring audience insights into the center of decision making.  Tasks include analyzing listener habits and demographics, working with surveys, answering research requests from employees, and becoming familiar with databases like Arbitron and Nielsen.  A keen ability to synthesize and present information (written and graphic) is important.  Experience with survey work and research is a plus.

    Audio Engineering Internship: (Typically offered in the Summer semester)
    Shadows a Broadcast/Recording Technician to learn the operation of the record centrals and broadcast studios. Has the opportunity for hands-on practice on the technical equipment. Does simple feed recordings and mixes. Candidates with technical experience and/or background preferred.

    Communications/ Marketing and Branding: (Typically offered all three semesters)
    Assists in the planning and development of activities and materials designed to increase awareness of NPR stations and NPR programming among the widest possible audience and strengthen the image of NPR and its Member stations as leaders in the media industry and their communities.  The intern will support the department in its work to strengthen station relations by creating materials (articles, press releases, advertisement, e-marketing content, etc.) for use in efforts to raise awareness, promoting listening, and increase revenue to Member stations; and responding to Member Station request for assistance and materials.  Communications, marketing, or public relations major preferred.  Experience using Microsoft Word, the Internet and general computer proficiency is required; previous office experience is a plus.  Strong writing skills are required.  In addition to the regular application items, candidates must submit a writing sample.

    Communications/Creative Design Internship: (Typically offered all three semesters)
    Works on graphic and web projects in conjunction with Creative Services staff; actively participates in creative and production process, organizes and maintains print and electronic files for the group; and assists in day-to-day administrative tasks. Graphic or Publication Design major needed. Experience using both Mac and PC platforms preferred. Solid writing, communications, and organizational skills required.

    Communications/Media Relations Internship: (Typically offered all three semesters)
    Become a member of NPR's Media Relations team, and take part in the exciting and fast-paced work of media and publicity. As an intern in the Media Relations Department, you will learn about pitching print and broadcast journalists, developing publicity plans and writing press releases.  The media relations intern will gain valuable experience by assisting in the publicity of NPR programs, personalities and breaking news. The intern will actively participate in researching media contacts, maintaining press lists and databases, compiling press kits and writing press releases and media advisories.  Journalism, Communications, Public Relations or Marketing major preferred; experience using Microsoft Word, the Internet and general computer proficiency is required. Strong writing skills are required. Previous office experience is a plus. In addition to the regular application items, candidates must submit a writing sample that clearly demonstrates creative writing skills.

    Corporate Business Development: (Typically offered in the Summer semester only)
    NPR's Business Development explores potential new revenue streams, analyzes potential investments, and internal business development opportunities to (1) strengthen NPR's existing businesses (2) maintain an interest in the developing new media and broadband environment and (3) strengthen and extend the educational mission of Public Radio. The position offers unique exposure to both the traditional media industry as well as the developing broadband and new media environment. Responsibilities include assisting in analyzing new media markets, evaluating business plans and opportunities, developing project plans, financial modeling and performing due diligence activities. The position works closely with each of NPR's Divisions to identify and facilitate new business development. The ideal candidate will be a current MBA student, possess an interest in and aptitude for NPR's core broadcasting and new media businesses, the ability to work independently and represent NPR with potential partners, the ability to perform strategic analysis of new media opportunities, experience and interest in technology, strong financial analysis skills, and strong written and oral communication skills.

    Corporate Sponsorship Internship: (Typically offered all three semesters)
    Provides general support to Corporate Sponsorship Department. Helps update, assemble, and send out promotional and effectiveness materials to sponsorship representatives and sponsors; reviews underwriting credit affidavits from member stations and prepares discrepancy reports; and monitors member stations online for compliance with NPR sponsorship announcements and schedules. Requires proficiency with standard personal and office computing programs (knowledge of PowerPoint a plus), ability to perform tasks accurately under deadlines, excellent written and verbal communication skills, and organizational skills.

    Development Internship: (Typically offered all three semesters)
    Join NPR’s growing Development team and gain valuable experience in fundraising, communications, and event planning. The intern supports the Development team in its overall fundraising efforts and plays an integral role in planning and implementing events at NPR's headquarters, including NPR's Weekend in Washington—a three-day event featuring guest speakers and NPR hosts and correspondents. The intern will have opportunities to work in major gifts, foundation and grants, event management, and board relations. Other responsibilities include a variety of writing assignments, research, office organization, and database management. Intern must be flexible, creative, and have the ability to manage projects independently.  Interest in public radio and fundraising preferred.

    Digital Media, Arts & Entertainment Editorial Internship: (Typically offered all three semesters)
    Edits and produces Web and podcast content for Books, Movies and other Arts sections on NPR.org. Assists with writing and editing news and feature coverage; assists in building Web pages and multimedia elements using HTML and tools such as Photoshop, Home site, Soundslides amd Sound Forge; researches stories and performs administrative tasks.  Required: demonstrated record of creative accomplishment; demonstrated passion for books, movies and the arts generally; demonstrated excellence in writing and editing; creativity and ability to be flexible; ability to work quickly, accurately and under deadline. Preferred: news writing and editing strongly preferred; experience with Web or multimedia production.

    Executive Producer, Intern Edition Internship: (Typically offered all three semesters)
    Manages Intern Edition (student/intern) staff activities and production of Intern Edition audio program. Arranges and conducts interviews of candidates for Intern Edition senior staff positions; leads all Intern Edition staff meetings; oversees story assignment process; collaborates with Senior Editor in scheduling and enforcing deadlines; assists with reporting, writing, editing and music selections for the program; ensures a finished product (Intern Edition radio show) that is completed on deadline; works with supervisor in resolving logistical issues and other conflicts; and provides logistical support to Intern Edition Project Manager and NPR Professional Staff related to training interns for Intern Edition job duties. Senior level undergraduate or graduate student with degree in journalism or broadcast journalism; project management experience helpful; excellent and demonstrated writing and editing skills and verbal communication skills; strong organizational, leadership and interpersonal skills; resourceful and able to work well within a team as well as independently. In addition to the regular application items, candidates must submit a journalism-related work sample.

    Finance Internship - Accounting: (Typically offered all three semesters)
    Typically the intern will split their time in the General Ledger, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable and Payroll departments; assist with data entry, bank deposits, filing of check copies, invoices and time sheets and researching customer inquiries; experience in Microsoft Excel and general computer proficiency is required and previous office experience is a plus

    Finance Internship - Treasury and Investments: (Typically offered all three semesters)
    The intern will assist with the monitoring and due diligence of NPR investment managers, support the building of performance materials including benchmark comparisons, and gain an overall knowledge of non-profit institutional investing and corporate cash functions.  The ideal candidate is a business, finance, accounting or economics major with an interest in cash management or investments.  Knowledge of Microsoft Excel is required.

    Human Resources Internship: (Typically offered all three semesters)
    Assists the Staffing Office with writing weekly Employment Opportunities bulletin; processing resumes; and updating information in HRIS. Performs special projects under the direction of a staff member; assists with updating the Human Resources Intranet web site; works with staff of Benefits, Training and Employee Relations to perform special projects. Human Resources major preferred; experience using PC and Microsoft Office software preferred; solid writing, communications, and organizational skills required.

    Information Technology Internship: (Typically offered all three semesters)
    Under supervision, provide technical analysis, programming and support to users to include design, development, modification, problem resolution and short-term planning to meet business objectives. Creates Infopath forms to interact with back-end databases and Sharepoint portal server. Education requirement is nearing completion of sophomore year of Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems and Technology, or Computer Engineering Program; One year of related work experience desired; strong interpersonal skills; ability to work independently or as a member of a team; flexibility and adaptability to multiple changing priorities and familiarity with PCs running Windows 2000, MS Office, SQL, Visual Basic and relational database management concepts is necessary.

    Legal/Office of the General Counsel Internship: (Typically offered all three semesters - multiple positions often available.) Legal interns are crucial contributors to the goal of the Office of the General Counsel (“OGC”) to provide high quality, cost-efficient, legal and related services to our NPR® clients to achieve its mission of service to the public.  The OGC offers challenging and diverse work assignments for legal interns as it provides legal assistance to all the corporate divisions of NPR.  Legal interns (law clerks) work on legal and policy matters concerning a nonprofit corporation and a radio network.  The OGC handles a wide variety of legal issues, including (in no particular order of priority):  FCC regulatory and other communications; First Amendment; Internet; various aspects of intellectual property, including  music rights, content licensing, copyright, trademark, and patents; nonprofit tax; technology, such as software licensing; employment and labor, including Title VII, labor relations, and other aspects of the employer-employee relationship; and corporate law, as well as contracts in all areas.  Law clerks are expected to contribute to all practice areas and they not only conduct legal research and prepare legal memoranda and other legal documents, but also participate in client meetings, legislative and regulatory meetings, and other “outside-the-library” projects, such as observing legal proceedings and attending legal training offered through the District of Columbia Bar Association or other local organizations.
     
    Interns in the OGC also participate in an NPR-wide orientation and training program along with other interns in various divisions of NPR and also would have an opportunity during the summer, if they are so inclined and OGC responsibilities permit, to become involved in an in-house production and broadcast of Intern Edition, a news magazine completely staffed by interns.  Legal internships at NPR are available only to law students.  We prefer students who will have completed two years of law school by the time their internships start, though we will consider applications from law students who have completed their first year, at a minimum, if they have relevant background experience and strong legal research and writing skills.  NPR offers legal internships throughout the year.  They can be either funded or unfunded.  Course credit may be obtained by arrangement with individual law schools.  During the summer, we expect law clerks to work full time, 40 hours per week for 10 weeks.  Spring, fall, and winter internships can be on a part-time (at least 16 hours per week) or full-time schedule.

    In addition to the NPR Internship Application Form (available on the NPR website at  www.npr.org/about/jobs/intern/internship_application.pdf), applications for legal internships must include:
    a cover letter;
    a résumé;
    a legal writing sample;
    names and contact information for three references (reference letters are not required), at least two of whom should be familiar with the applicant’s legal research and writing skills;
    an unofficial law school transcript.
    We consider applications for winter/spring and fall internships on a rolling basis during the year.  Submit summer applications in the preceding January, after fall semester grades are available.  Please submit applications either to the Human Resources Department – Internship Program, National Public Radio, Inc., 635 Massachusetts Avenue, Washington, DC 20001-3753, or to Greg Lewis, Associate General Counsel, National Public Radio, Inc., at the same address.  (Please do not send applications by e-mail.)  More information about the internship program at NPR in general is available at the internships page.  If you have questions about NPR legal internships, please contact Greg Lewis at 202- 513 -2050 or at glewis@npr.org.  

    Schools: Fulton Perdue

    Semester(s): All

    Date inactive:

    Marketing, organic Foods Spring Summer Perdue 1/7/2011 [-]

    The Good Farm - Internship.  Description:  A small specialty farm growing organically for local restaurants and health food stores.  We enjoy a great rapport with the chefs and owners that we grow for.  Specialty grows are offered to select customers in order to strengthen the buying-selling relationship.  We would like to expand in other directions, including but not limited to home delivery, market sales, and CSA development.  The business is looking to grow itself in a bio-dynamic agri-tourism direction, offering "alternative eco-friendly vacationing" within the next three years.  New marketing opportunities are limited only by ones imagination.  Our growth potential is unlimited.

    Contact: Christie McDowell. 
    Email Address:  thegoodfarm@gmail.com.  Phone:  410-713-8803

    Compensation Type:  Unpaid

    Address:  9737 Timonstown Road
     Berlin, Maryland      21811
     United States of America

    Schools: Fulton Perdue

    Semester(s): Spring Summer

    Date inactive:

    Alerts for Seidel Majors

     Title Semester School Posted View
    The Office of Congressman Elijah E. Cummings (D-MD 7th) is seeking highly motivated candidates to join his Washington, D.C. office for an internship beginning in December and continuing through the Spring Semester. Spring Seidel 10/29/2014 [-]

    The Office of Congressman Elijah E. Cummings (D-MD 7th) is seeking highly motivated candidates to join his Washington, D.C. office for an internship beginning in December and continuing through the Spring Semester. Candidates should be organized, professional, quick learners, team players and approach new challenges with a positive attitude.
    To apply for this position, please send an email to Brett.Cozzolino@mail.house.gov with a resume, cover letter, and a short writing sample.
    REPORTS TO: Intern Coordinator/Supervisor
    CORE RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • To assist in performing research, processing incoming mail, data entry, reception duties, and other office errands.
    DUTIES:
    • Performs research (CRS, the Library of Congress);
    • Sorts and distributes mail through Intranet Quorum;
    • Performs data entry, which includes logging in letters and constituent requests, including names and addresses of constituents;
    • Answers the telephones
    • Greets visitors and signs for deliveries; and
    • Performs other duties as assigned by the Intern Supervisor.

    Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

    Semester(s): Spring

    Date inactive: 11/30/2014

    Quiet Resorts Charitable Foundation seeks Intern in Bethany Beach, DE Fall Spring Seidel 10/28/2014 [-]

    Name Of Requesting Organization: Quiet Resorts Charitable Foundation

    Street Address: P.O. Box 354 Bethany Beach DE 19930

    Website: www.qrcf.org

    Contact Person: Brigit Taylor

    When Is Internship: Fall, Spring

    Description Of Internship: Assist with annual fundraisers. Assist with promotion, auction items, volunteers, set up. Intern is needed immediately to assist with December 6th event (Dinner/silent and live auction in downtown Bethany Beach) and New Year's Day event (5K and 10K race in downtown Bethany Beach). Must be able to attend both events. Spring event tasks will commence in early February.

    Qualifications: Able to multi task, organized, likes to work with people, no task too small. Media design and event planning skills a plus!

    Application Procedures: All interested parties can send resumes to Brigit Taylor at Brigit.taylor@resortquest.com

    Rate Of Pay: Unpaid

    Inactivation Date: April 10, 2015

    Schools: Fulton Seidel

    Semester(s): Fall Spring

    Date inactive: 4/10/2015

    Frederick Keys minor league baseball team seeking Sports Management/Business majors Spring Summer Seidel 10/21/2014 [-]

    Name Of Requesting Organization: Frederick Keys

    Street Address: 21 Stadium Dr Frederick MD 21703

    Website: www.frederickkeys.com

    Contact Person: Christine Roy

    When Is Internship: Spring/Summer

    Description Of Internship: Work in all aspects of minor league baseball to gain an understanding of the business. Promote the Keys and its various events and promotions in the community through the distribution of marketing materials and pocket schedules. Execute pre-game, in-game and post-game promotions. Operate the Keys Group Services signing up fans for new Frank Keys Army Program. Develop, prepare for and participate in various theme nights. Help raise money for Keys charity Frederick Keys Care at games via the Wheel of Fun. Dress as Keyote and/or other mascot when needed for games and outside appearances. Conduct fan surveys. Operate the Message Center Represent the Keys at various community appearances. Assist in the advertising and execution of two sessions of the Keys Youth Baseball Camp. Decorate the stadium and prepare for the various theme nights throughout the season. Assist in any other duties put forth by Keys full-time staff.

    Qualifications: College sophomores, juniors, seniors, or graduate students working for academic credit in Sport Management, Marketing, Communications and Business. Ability to work night and weekend events. Must have basic computer skills i.e. Microsoft programs. A customer service background is preferred. Must be enthusiastic with a desire to work hard and have fun!

    Application Procedures: Please submit cover letter and resume to Christine Roy via email or fax. Frederick Keys Christine Roy croy@frederickeys.com 21 Stadium Drive Frederick, MD 21703 Fax: 301-662-0018

    Rate Of Pay: unpaid

    Schools: Perdue Seidel

    Semester(s): Spring Summer

    Date inactive: 2/1/2015

    Multiple Paid Internship opportunities with the Wolf Trab Foundation Spring Summer Seidel 10/7/2014 [-]

    Internship opportunties are in the fields: Production and Sound, Communications and Marketing, Development, Education Institute, and Human Resources

    • Positions are paid, part-time (18-21 hours/week), and 12-weeks long. Full-time positions available.
       
    • Gain project-based training and experience.
       
    • Work with staff and other interns on meaningful projects as an integral part of the Wolf Trap team.
       
    • Interact with Wolf Trap board members, patrons, and business leaders.
       
    • Flexible start and end dates.
       
    • Housing is the responsibility of the intern.
       
    • Wolf Trap Foundation is accessible by public transit, though personal transportation is recommended.

    For more information and How to Apply: follow this link http://www.wolftrap.org/Education/Internships_for_College_Students/Application.aspx?utm_source=MagnetMail&utm_medium=Email&utm_term=cateb@wolftrap.org&utm_content=14EDU%20Spring%20Internship%20Eflyer&utm_campaign=Wolftrap%20Referrals%20Main 

     

    Spring internships are due by November 1st!!!

    Schools: Fulton Perdue Seidel

    Semester(s): Spring Summer

    Date inactive: 10/7/2015

    Paid Internship: Teach English in China Summer Seidel 10/6/2014 [-]

    American Education and Culture Ambassador Program

    -Teach English in China

    All Majors Welcome

    www.ChineseCultureCenter.org

    (803) 252-9086

    Basic Requirements for Teaching Positions or Paid Summer Internship in China:

    • Standard English Speakers in any major;
    • Strong Leadership, Public Speaking, Social, and Interpersonal Skills.

    Benefits for you:

    1. Free Round-trip international airfare paid by your host school if you teach at the same school for two semesters.
    2. Free furnished-apartment usually on school campus.
    3. Well-paid positions with free Chinese lessons and paid holidays.
    4. Place your friends and family together
    5. Free TESL (Teaching English as a Second Language) Training and TESL Certification either at USC or online
    6. Deferment of Student's Loan

    Required Application documents:

    Chinese Culture Center certified by the China State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs (SAFEA) will take care of the tedious and complicated application procedures for you. Please find more program info online: www.ChineseCultureCenter.org

    Schools: Seidel

    Semester(s): Summer

    Date inactive: 5/15/2015

    Maryland Job Network Intern Positions Seidel 9/19/2014 [-]

    Below is a list of internships. If you would like more infromation click on the provided link.

    Available Intern Openings:


    Intern Title: Entry Level Sales Trainee

    Location: Nottingham, MD

    For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Entry-Level-Sales-Trainee-e-ADP-l-Nottingham,-MD-jobs-j8815880.html


    Intern Title: Research Intership at Brookings Institution

    Location: Washington, DC

    For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Research-Internship-e-Brookings-Institution-l-Washington,-DC-jobs-j8823432.html


    Intern Title: Administrative Internship-Front Office

    Location: Chantilly, VA

    For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Administrative-Internship--Front-Office-e-Integrity-Applications-Incorporated-l-Chantilly,-VA-jobs-j8819854.html 


    Intern Title: Design Engineer Intern

    Location: Washington, DC

    For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-DESIGN-ENGINEER-INTERN-e-MC-Dean-l-Washington,-DC-jobs-j8843290.html


    Intern Title: Transportation Engineering Intern

    Location: Washington, DC

    For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Transportation-Engineering-Intern-e-HDR-Inc-l-Washington,-DC-jobs-j8822007.html


    Intern Title: Engineer

    Location: Merrifield, VA

    For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-InternEngineer-e-General-Dynamics-Advanced-Information-Systems--Fidelis-l-Bethesda,-MD-jobs-j8816111.html


    Intern Title: Project Management Inter (year round)

    Location: Merrifield, VA

    For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Project-Management-Intern-Year-Round-e-Navy-Federal-Credit-Union-l-Merrifield,-VA-jobs-j8845549.html


    Intern Title: Technical Intern

    Location: Chantilly, VA and Reston, VA

    For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Technical-Intern-e-Engility-Corporation-l-Chantilly,-VA-jobs-j8811898.html


    Intern Title: Fall/Spring Intern Health Care Reform

    Location: Washington, DC

    For more information: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-FallSpring-Intern-Healthcare-Reform-e-Avalere-Health-LLC-l-Washington,-DC-jobs-j8817411.html


    Intern Title: Business to Business Territory Sales Representative with Base Salary and Commission

    Location: Nottingham, MD

    For more infromation: http://www.marylandjobnetwork.com/j/t-Business-to-Business-Territory-Sales-Representative-with-Base-Salary-and-Commiss-e-ADP-l-Nottingham,-MD-jobs-j6010241.html


     

    Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

    Semester(s):

    Date inactive: 12/30/2014

    Event planning in Ocean City, MD All Seidel 9/2/2014 [-]

    Name Of Requesting Organization: The Red Doors Community Center

    Street Address: 302 N. Baltimore Ave Ocean City MD

    Website: http://reddoors.org/

    Contact Person: Fawn Mete

    Description Of Internship: event planning, assisting instructors, administrative support, desktop publishing

    Qualifications: Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite (esp Excel, Word, and Publisher) -Creativity -Attention to detail Open to all majors, but may be a great fit for: Public Relations, Communications, Education, Business, English, Social Work

    Application Procedures: Please send an email introducing yourself with a resume attached to fawn@reddoors.org.

    Rate Of Pay: unpaid

    Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

    Semester(s): All

    Date inactive: 7/31/2015

    Oak Ridge Baptist Church-Internship Fall Seidel 7/14/2014 [-]

    Name Of Requesting Organization: Oak Ridge Baptist Church

    Street Address: 361 Tilghman Rd

    City: Salisbury

    State: MD

    Zip Code: 21804

    Website: www.orbc.net

    Contact Person: Angel Adams

    Email: aadams@orbc.net

    Phone: 410-924-7868

    When Is Internship: Fall

    Description Of Internship: Assist with general communications, website updates and graphic arts at Oak Ridge Baptist Church

    Qualifications: Web design, graphic art skills, social media, communication.

    Application Procedures: Email Resume

    Rate Of Pay: Unpaid

    Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

    Semester(s): Fall

    Date inactive: 7/14/2015

    White House Internship All Seidel 7/9/2014 [-]

    The White House Internship Program provides a unique opportunity to gain valuable professional experience and build leadership skills. This hands-on program is designed to mentor and cultivate today’s young leaders, strengthen their understanding of the Executive Office and prepare them for future public service opportunities.

    The White House Internship Program’s mission is to make the “People’s House” accessible to future leaders from around the nation.

    The application for the Spring 2015 White House Internship Program is now open.

    The application period for the White House Internship Program is now open. The application deadline for the Spring 2015 program is September 7, 2014.

    All application materials, including recommendations, must be submitted on or before the application deadline.

    http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/internships/apply

    Am I eligible to apply for a White House Internship?

    Applicants must be U.S. citizens, 18 years of age on or before the first day of the internship, and meet at least one of the following criteria:

    • Currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program at a college, community college, or university (two-to-four year institution)
    • Graduated from an undergraduate or graduate program at a college, community college, or university (two-to-four year institution) no more than two years before the first day of the internship
    • A veteran of the United States Armed Forces who possesses a high school diploma or its equivalent and has served on active duty, for any length of time, in the two years preceding the first day of the internship

    Am I available for the White House Internship Program?

    All White House Interns are expected to intern full-time for the entire term of the program.

    • The White House Internship Program is an unpaid program
    • Interns will be expected to work from approximately 9:00 AM-6:00 PM, Monday-Friday
    • Hours may vary by office

    Do I have all my application materials?

    A completed packet includes:

    • Two Essays: Each answer should be between 300-500 words in length
    • Current Resume: Your resume should not exceed one page
    • Two Letters of Recommendation

    How do I submit my application correctly?

    • All application materials must be submitted online.
    • All application materials, including recommendations, must be submitted on or before the application deadline.

    Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

    Semester(s): All

    Date inactive: 7/9/2015

    Animal husbandry, history or education-Delmarva Discovery Center All Seidel 5/15/2014 [-]

    Delmarva Discovery Center is a nonprofit cultural, historical, and natural learning center in Pocomoke. We are looking for interns for either credit or non credit students.

    Specifically, we are looking for students who would like to intern with husbandry (directly working with our 20+ animals), history, or education departments. For the husbandry and education departments we are looking for individuals that are comfortable with a wide variety of animals (snakes, turtles, frogs, fish ect…). We would like students with prior knowledge of these animals or students who are willing to learn about them. There is also aquarium care (including marine and fresh water tanks) that we look for students to either have experience with or be willing to learn about as well. Interns will be hands on not only working with these animals but also teaching others about them. There is also a huge educational aspect to the museum. Christine and I run the education department as well. We have summer camps, outreach programs, wildlife interpretation,  after school academies, and in house programs all dealing with a variety of ages from young children to adults. All of these different programs help to increase the publics knowledge not only about our center but the environment and animals as well. 

    If this does not interest you and you would prefer the history aspect of the museum we have multiple different historical values to the museum and we would love for some history majors to come in and work with us on them as well. We have a life size replica steam ship and Native American and Colonial exhibits in the museum. This is just a few examples, there is a lot more history in the museum to work with. Our whole museum is based off of the history and native environments in Delmarva. 

    Although these are unpaid internships, we are more than willing to work with students to obtain credits if required or wanted. Interns will have hands on experience directly with their interests. Each intern will be able to create their own program and project which can go on resumes. Interns will be able to deliver public programs and will be able to work with us in collaboration with the National Park Service, Salisbury Zoo, Chincoteague Wildlife Refuge, NASA, and other aquarists and herpetologists from leading zoos and aquariums. 

    If you have any interest please contact me or Christine through email at:  education@delmarvadiscoverycenter.org

    You can also visit our website at www.delmarvadiscoverycenter.org to see more about our museum. 410-957-9933,

    Katie Ballentine, Co-Director of Education and Exhibits. Delmarva Discovery Center

    education@delmarvadiscoverycenter.org-

    Schools: Fulton Henson Seidel

    Semester(s): All

    Date inactive: 6/1/2015

    Internships.com All Seidel 5/8/2014 [-]

    internships.com

    http://www.salisbury.edu/careerservices/Students/Internships/Newsletter.html

    Discover Internships

    77,548 internship positions from 51,760 companies
    located in 6,300 cities across all 50 states. 

    Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

    Semester(s): All

    Date inactive: 5/1/2016

    Kennedy Krieger Institute- Behavior Management Clinic All Seidel 4/24/2014 [-]

    Name Of Requesting Organization: Kennedy Krieger Institute- Behavior Management Clinic. www.kennedykrieger.org


    Address:  1132 Annapolis Road Suite 200.  Odenton, MD 21113. 
    Contact Person: Jaime L. Benson, Ph.D.

    email: bensonj@kennedykrieger.org  Phone:  443-923-4133

    When Is Internship:  All

    Description Of Internship: 1. Practicum students will obtain exposure to family and individual treatments used to improve functioning in children with varying behavioral and emotional needs via clinical observations and case discussion. 2. Practicum students will become familiar with and receive training in scoring behavior assessment tools used in the diagnosis and treatment of children age 18 months through 12 years of age. 3. Practicum students will acquire, or increase skills, in the data entry process. 4. Practicum students will gain experience working within an outpatient clinic made of up varying level of clinicians and care staff. 5. Practicum students will obtain professional development (e.g. careers, graduate school process) in regard to psychology related fields. Good for psychology and Social Work students.

    Qualifications:  It is important for students to have professional behavior and dress, as well as the ability to work with confidential and sensitive information.

    Application Procedures: Please contact Jaime L. Benson, Ph.D. to initiate the application procedures. Students will need to provide a resume, letter of recommendation, and an unofficial copy of their transcrpt.

    Rate O fPay: Unpaid

    Questions Comments: We have four site locations: Columbia, Odenton, and two locations in Baltimore City.

    Schools: Fulton Seidel

    Semester(s): All

    Date inactive: 6/1/2015

    Exotic Cat Internship Fall Summer Seidel 3/28/2014 [-]

    Exotic Cat Internship

    Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge is a no-kill facility dedicated to rescuing abused, abandoned and unwanted big cats. The refuge is located in NW Arkansas is seeking a full-time, 6 months Intern Keeper. The refuge is a non-profit facility of over 100 rescued exotic cats. Work is often physically demanding. Applicants must be self-motivated, with high desire to provide the best care available to animals. Applicants must also be observant and able to keep detailed records. The ability to work in a team environment or independently is important. A degree in Zoology, Biology or related field is preferred, but experience with exotic animal husbandry may be considered. Twelve positions are opened each internship. Internships run every six months. If you are looking for a full-time internship working around big cats you just may have found it.  http://www.turpentinecreek.org/

    Job Description:

    • Work in a Captive Animal Institution - Responsible for the daily care of Tigers, Lions, Cougars, Black Bears, Black Leopards, African Servals, Bobcats, Rhesus Macaque, and Hoof stock. Duties include animal husbandry, enrichment, record keeping of animal behavior, educational public tours, and customer service.
    • Prepare and Present Information to the Public - Responsible for greeting customers and guided tours throughout the facility. Educate the public about each resident species and the direction of the facility's future.
    • Prepare and Maintain Animal Housing - Responsible for maintaining animal and customer safety through daily exhibit checks. This includes routine landscaping, clearing habitats of underbrush, and providing animal enrichment.
    • Prepare Diets and Monitor Feeding - Maintain food quality and hygiene standards or produce and meat. Prepare and diets and monitor every animal's intake. Feed all animals and observe quantities of waste for diet recommendations. Record weight loss or gain for each animal.
    • Monitor and Maintain Animal Health - Maintain daily records of animal defecation and any loss of appetite to identify any abnormal behavior and signs of illness. Administer daily medications. Prepare and maintain quarantine areas for recent rescues.
    • Restrain and Assist in Moving Animals - Assist in relocating cats to more appropriate enclosures. Follow all safety procedures in loading and unloading and during transport of animals.
    • Identify Behavioral Needs and Improve Husbandry - Identify behavioral needs and provide approved enrichment for the animals which includes but may not be limited to environmental and scent enrichments.
    • Maintain Exhibits and Assist With Design - Assist with the design and construction of 1/2 acre enclosures. Maintain exhibits daily and detect and control pests. place power to control ticks and clear underbrush to prevent snakes.

    Compensation:

    Weekly cash stipend for food.
    Housing is provided on the refuge.
    Amenities: Heat, A/C, utilities paid, full bath, kitchen, washer & dryer, satellite TV, free long distance, internet access.

    Dates:

    Fall Position begins: August 15th
    Spring Position begins: February 1st

    Deadline for fall internship applications: April 1
    Deadline for spring internship applications: November 1

    To Apply:  Send your Cover Letter and Resume to:

    Emily McCormack
    Curator/Intern Recruiter
    emily@turpentinecreek.org

    ** 2 Letters of Reccomendation preffered

    Schools: Fulton Henson Seidel

    Semester(s): Fall Summer

    Date inactive: 11/1/2014

    Internships in India All Seidel 3/24/2014 [-]

    Connectinc.in - Internships in India.  Discover India and gain practical 'on-the-job' experience in your chosen field in one of the world's most dynamic economies:  Accounting, Advertising, Marketing & PR, Architecture, Interior Design, & Real Estate, Consulting, Education, Event Management, Fashion, Film, Finance, Healthcare, HR, Information Technology, International Business, Journalism, Law, Manufacturing, Medical, NGOs, Pharmaceutical, Photography, Publishing, Sport.

    6, 8, or 12 week internships in India: practical international experience leveraging our local expertise.  A Salisbury native is a Managing Partner of Connectinc.

     

    Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

    Semester(s): All

    Date inactive: 9/9/2015

    ISA-International Internships All Seidel 2/21/2014 [-]

     ISA-International Studies Abroad-Service-learning programs and internships for academic programs/credit

    Belgium, Colombia, England, Italy, Peru, South Korea,Brazi,l Costa Rica, India, Jordan, Scotland, Spain,Chile, Dominican Republic, Ireland, Morocco, South Africa. 


       Choose from set start dates for a 4, 6, 8 or 12 week program
       Participants will not attend classes but work full-time up to 15–35 hours per week.
       Placement eligibility determined by a language interview (country specific), resume, and cover letter upon application.
       Placements have no affiliation with host university
       Participants will develop a Portfolio throughout the program, documenting projects, hours and program activities
       Ideal for independent participants with a high level of personal initiative who are comfortable working with minimal supervision

    Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

    Semester(s): All

    Date inactive: 1/1/2016

    Internships in Barcelona, Dublin, London, Rome, Shanghai, and Sydney. All Seidel 2/21/2014 [-]

    IES Abroad- Develop your professional skills and provide substantive work experience to jump-start your career in today’s competitive job market.  You are guaranteed* a placement at a local business or organization and take a corresponding academic seminar—all as part of your study abroad course load. Earn 1 to 9 credits, depending on the program.  In the summer, you can opt to participate in one of our full-time internship programs in Barcelona, Dublin, London, Rome, Shanghai, and Sydney.

     

    http://www.iesabroad.org/study-abroad/internships

    Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

    Semester(s): All

    Date inactive: 1/1/2016

    Salisbury Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc. (SNHS) All Seidel 2/13/2014 [-]

    Name Of Requesting Organization:  Salisbury Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc. (SNHS)

    Address: 540 Riverside Drive, Unit 18. Salisbury, MD  21801

    Website: www.salisburynhs.org

    Contact Person: Marian Jackson. email: mjackson@salisburynhs.org   Phone:  410-543-4626

    Description Of Internship:  Make contact with clients, business contacts and general public via telephone and face-to-face reception, participate in loan intake appointments, data input. accept and log loan payments, monitor client insurance information, assist in client-based special mailings, copying, filing, assist with preparation of program documents, and other special projects.

    Qualifications:  Ability to professionally communicate, customer service skills, Internet, MS Word, MS Excel, general knowledge of business equipment.

    Application Procedures:  Resume with cover letter

    Rate Of Pay:  volunteer

    Schools: Fulton Perdue Seidel

    Semester(s): All

    Date inactive: 2/13/2015

    (BRANCHES) Team Leader Internship All Seidel 12/3/2013 [-]

    BRANCHES Team Leader Position

    Building Resources And Nurturing Community Health and Environmental Stewardship

    PROGRAM SUMMARY

    BRANCHES is a youth workforce training, employment and educational experience for youth agers 14 – 21.  BRANCHES is designed as a way to create a renewable and homegrown pool of urban natural resources specialists for Baltimore   We are partnering with Safe Streets in the Greater Mondawmin community. The youth participants must live in or near the sites where they work and take part in activities to make their communities more beautiful and environmentally healthy.  They will also take part in enrichment activities including environmental education with Project BLUE (Baltimore Lessons in Urban Ecology), environmental arts projects and field trips.

    KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

    1. Supervise, motivate, direct and encourage team members in job skills training and field education.
    2. Act as a role model, working alongside team members, and demonstrate a positive work ethic; develop and maintain a strong sense of teamwork among the team members
    3. Mentor, coach and support members by seizing opportunities to enhance teamwork, cooperation, decision making, problem solving, leadership and goal setting for individuals and for the group as a whole.
    4. Maintain discipline among team members individually and on the team as a whole.
    5. Fairly, reasonable and consistently enforce policies and regulations.
    6. Provide team member updates and evaluations of their adjustment to the work environment and their overall progress.
    7. Transport supplies form the office to the school and or site.
    8. Work week will be based on a 15 hours per week over five days per week at 3 hours per day.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    • Team leader must be at least 21 years old
    • Must have a valid driver’s license
    • Must have college level education or presently enrolled, environmental background preferred
    • Experience working with children and youth is required, and experience working with at-risk youth is preferred.
    • Successful applicants must consent to a background check.
    • Resident of and/ or familiar with Baltimore City and/or the Greater Mondawmin area
    • Good communication and organizational skills.
    • Knowledge of or experience with planting and caring for trees.
    • Able to identify native and invasive species.

    COMPENSATION

    The Team leader position is a contractual part-time position. You will work 5 days a week 20 hours in the academic year. 8 weeks of the summer 35 hours a week. Team leader salary range $11 to 12.60 depending on your experience. As this position is contractual, you will not receive any fringe benefits, sick days or vacation days. If interested please contact Nicole McDaniels, Green Career Program Coordinator, nicole.mcdaniels@parksandpeople.org or office: 410-448-5663 ext: 129

    Schools: Henson Seidel

    Semester(s): All

    Date inactive: 12/3/2014

    SEASONAL & YEAR-ROUND STAFF NEEDED: Camp Courageous All Seidel 11/26/2013 [-]

    SEASONAL & YEAR-ROUND STAFF NEEDED FOR 2014
    Camp Courageous is a year-round recreational and respite
    care facility for individuals with disabilities. Campers with
    intellectual and physical disabilities, brain injuries, hearing or
    visual impairments, autism and other special needs are served.
    Working with children and adults with special needs is often a very real challenge.
    Campers may need help with personal care including feeding, dressing, and bathroom
    needs. Some campers exhibit behavioral challenges. Patience, energy, good judgment
    and enthusiasm are important qualifications for a position at Camp Courageous. The
    hours are long. An unselfish attitude and an emphasis on teamwork are needed. Staff
    are expected to put the campers’ needs before their own. If you possess the necessary
    attributes, I invite you to apply for a position at Camp Courageous.
    Volunteer positions, internships, and paid positions are available. Volunteers and
    Interns can receive an optional stipend of $25.00/week plus room and board, and a
    restricted medical plan.

    Paid counselors and activity specialists receive the best employment package around.
    Seasonal staff earn $385/week while year-round staff earn $500-550/week. Room
    and board are provided which include air-conditioned staff dormitories affording the
    staff separate living quarters from the campers. Staff share cabin duty on a rotating
    basis. Other benefits include a restricted medical plan for seasonal staff and health
    insurance and one week of paid vacation for year-round staff. Camp provides a bonus
    for returning seasonal summer staff and a monetary incentive for recruiting additional
    staff. Candidates for year-round positions must have experience with individuals with
    disabilities. Seasonal positions are for one or more season.
    YR-ROUND: Starts the first day of the season requiring a one year commitment.

    WINTER: January 27 – March 21, 2014
    SPRING: March 22 to May 16, 2014
    SUMMER: May 18 to August 15, 2014
    FALL: August 20 to November 21, 2014

    POSITIONS Respite Care Weekends
    Counselors Nature Specialist Counselors - $170/weekend.
    Adventure Specialist Recreation Specialist
    Canoeing Specialist Outdoor Living Skills Specialist
    Crafts Specialist Kitchen Staff
    Swimming Specialist Health Staff Assistant
    For more information contact: Jeanne Muellerleile
    Camp Courageous of Iowa
    P.O. Box 418
    Monticello, IA 52310-0418 319-465-5916 ext. 2300 Fax: 319-465-5919
    E-mail: jeanne@campcourageous.org www.campcourageous.org
    Non-smokers please. Feel free to apply online by accessing the camp’s Web site.

    Schools: Fulton Seidel

    Semester(s): All

    Date inactive: 1/1/2015

    Internships in Thailand All Seidel 10/31/2013 [-]

    http://www.internshipsthailand.com/

    Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

    Semester(s): All

    Date inactive: 1/1/2015

    Holocaust Awareness, Inc Internship. Remote work possible All Seidel 10/22/2013 [-]

    Description Of Internship:
    We are presently in the process of building an international company. Our initial goal is to provide educational material free of charge to high schools and colleges across the globe about the truth of the holocaust. Our area has one of the largest populations of survivors and our goal is to get as many interviews - written and videotaped as possible as they are rapidly dying off. All interviews are going to be published in both English and the interviewees native language. We need interns at every level - research (copyrights and permissions), editing for grammar and spelling and consistency, translation, graphic design, web design, social media etc. See below.

    Qualifications:
    Graphic design,contribute graphics for web, marketing, brochures, donor cards etv. Web Design - make our website better in every way English Majors - writing, editing etc Journalism Majors - interviews,writing and reporting History Majors - learn living history Videographers - videotape and edit interviews Philosophy - how can we prevent this from happening Psychology - why did this happen Video editing

    Application Procedures:
    Because of the highly sensitive nature of this material and the absolute necessity for accuracy, factual responsibility and professionalism, interns will be screened carefully and chosen based on the recommendations of their teachers, for reliability, responsibility, maturity and professionalism. I would like to speak to the applicant on the phone first and then determine at that point what further material that I will need which will include a recommendation from a previous employer, teacher or ... depending on the position.

    Rate Of Pay:
    credit - depending on the quality of the work can move into a paid position and the opportunity to put on your resume that you have worked for what is going to be an international company.


    Questions and Comments:
    We are in the process of building an international company and therefore I believe that this is an unparalleled opportunity for an intern to be immersed into a part of history that still lives in the minds and hearts of survivors - and stands to be repeated unless society as a whole begins to take our responsibility for worldwide human rights seriously. The opportunities to use one's talents to truly make a difference in the world are great.

    Apply:  Pamela H. Parsons, Executive Assistant to Steven Szayevicz CEO Founder Pam@holocaustawareness.com www.holocaustawareness.com.  847-530-3771

    Schools: Fulton Seidel

    Semester(s): All

    Date inactive: 12/31/2014

    Communication/Marketing/Management Intern Fall Spring Summer Seidel 7/8/2013 [-]

    Assist in day to day operations including but not limited to:
    -school and customer communication
    -creating newsletters, writing stories and conducting interviews
    -Assist in on-site marketing .
    Qualifications:
    Must be outgoing, organized and have a great personality.
    Majors: Communications Business Management Marketing Exercise Science Etc.
    Application Procedures:
    Please email resume to Adam Manning. Adam@HappyFeetDelmarva.com. We will set up an interview.
    email: Adam@HappyFeetDelmarva.com

    Schools: Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel

    Semester(s): Fall Spring Summer

    Date inactive: 6/30/2314

    Outdoor camp internship or summer job Summer Seidel 1/12/2011 [-]

    Nature Camps is an Outdoor Adventure and Environmental Education organization, that is committed to the use of experiential education programs to promote individual growth, and sensory awareness for both children and parents. NC is a family based program.  in Monkton, Maryland.

     

    http://www.naturecamps.com/

    with the following backgrounds:

    Ropes Course/Group Initiative Facilitators
    Life Guards
    Teen Adventure
    Trip Leaders
    Certified Swimming Instructor (WSI)
    Outdoor Educators
    Natural Craft Teachers
    Song Leaders
    Camping/Wilderness Skills
    Nature Journaling
    Story Tellers
    Certified Canoeists
    Hike Masters
    Bike Trail Trip Leaders
    New Games Experienced
    Potters and Weavers
    WFA or WFR

    June 20 – August 12.

     

    These dates do not include training and orientation dates. 

    Paid Internships and Summer Employment

    Schools: Fulton Seidel

    Semester(s): Summer

    Date inactive:

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