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The City of Salisbury Mayor's Office is seeking an intern to work through the remainder of Fall 2005 and through Spring 2006. The intern may be asked to work on various projects for the City, but the primary project will be to plan an event for "Municipal Government Works" month in April 2006. Hours are flexible. not a paid. Email resume to Gina Boobar, gboobar@ci.salisbury.md.us .

The National Mental Health Association, a nonprofit organization addressing all aspects of mental health and mental illness, is seeking undergraduate and graduate students for its internship program. The program is designed to provide a unique opportunity for students to gain real-world work experience relevant to their academic and career goals. Internships are available in various programs and departments. Such as: Fundraising/Development, NAMHPAC, NCSTAC, Service and Policy Center, World Federation, Communications and Media and Publications Sales. To apply go to: http://www.nmha.org/intern/internhome.cfm  . Other options include sending a resume to NMHA/JDS, 2001 N. Beauregard Street, Alexandria, VA 22311,or e-mail interns@nmha.org

KCSA Public Relations Worlwide. 800 Second Avenue. New York, NY 10017. Tel 212 682 6300. Fax 212 697-0910. E-mail pr@kcsa.com  . KCSA Public Relations Worldwide (www.kcsa.com  ) is a 37-year public relations firm that offers students a first-class, hands-on internship opportunity year round. Our interns have an opportunity to apply what they have learned in their classrooms to real-life public/investor relations campaigns. At KCSA, students work closely with a designated team and are put on several accounts, which will train the student to multitask and sharpen their internal/external communication skills. Among some projects that the students will be involved with include media/financial database development and maintenance, client administrative support, assisting in writing, editing and distributing news releases and pitch letters as well as making follow-up calls and scheduling client interviews with media and members of the financial community. Requirements: Must be a junior or senior going for an undergraduate degree OR a graduate student. We require a set schedule for each intern, though we understand if an intern must take off for exams. Interns have the option of working anytime between Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Please note: Most interns who intern at 20 or more hours a week find the work more fulfilling (though it is not required). Strong written and verbal communications skills. Creative thinker and team player. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment. Interns Receive: Opportunity to work with senior-level executives, Hand-on experience equivalent to any entry-level PR agency executive, Travel stipend (within NY Tri-State Area), Contribute $7/day toward lunch (*only for those interning 20 hours or more). School credit (based on University/College requirements), Career advice from all level of executives in PR. Internship Submission: Send résumé and cover letter or email to ychang@kcsa.com  Internship time period and submission/review dates, though you can submit résumés at anytime during the year. Fall = August/September - early December (submission reviewed between July - September). Winter = December/January (submission reviewed between September - November). Spring = January/February - May (submission reviewed between October - November). Summer = May/June - August (submission reviewed between December - March). Submissions are on a first come, first serve basis. Based on the number of strong intern candidates each semester, we may close our internship submission early. Available Internships in: Public Relations/Corporate Communications, Investor Relations. Marketing Services: Advertising, Graphic Design, Production/Trafficking. Fundraising/Angel Investor. All correspondence through email only.

Sports Writer/Intern. Salisbury Daily Times Sports Dept. 115 East Carroll St., Salisbury, Md. 21801. www.delmarvanow.com . Interns will be responsible for keeping up to date with high school scores and standings. Primary responsibility will be taking calls from high school coaches on completed games. If interns show promise and initiative they will be asked to help in game coverage and feature writing. We hope to help the intern advance their writing career as much as we hope the intern will help us to put out a better product. Qualifications: All applicants must have a love for sports. We eat, breath and sleep sports - don't need to go that far, but it doesn't hurt. Writing skills a must. Intern will be involved with game coverage and sports feature writing. Preferably English, Journalism or Communications majors, but, with skills, all will be considered. Application Procedures: Mail/fax cover letter and resume to address listed attn: sports intern. If you have writing experience at school, community or other paper, include no more than five clips. Unpaid. Contact: Shawn Yonker, Sports Editor. FAX : 410-749-7290. Phone: 410-845-4642. syonker@salisbury.gannett.com.  Every semester.

Media Internships in NYC. TV, radio, journalism, pr, film. 15 credit program includes housing, internship and courses. Spring (Jan.1-April 30). Deadline: Oct 8, 2005. http://www.academic.marist.edu/nymep/ 

American Lung Association of Maryland. 209 N. Market Street. Salisbury, MD 21801. www.marylandlung.org  , Fall 2005 & Spring 2006. This is an event management position. We are putting on the Eastern Shore "Blow the Whistle on Asthma" Walk on November 12, 2005. It is a fund raiser. Person would be assisting in all aspects of this event from working with the Steering Committee, publicity, promotion, etc. Qualifications: Knowledge of data base, word, excel. Good speaker and the ability to work with volunteers. Can be trained to coach individuals in their fund raising efforts. Application Procedures: e-mail or regular mail a cover letter and resume. Contact Jim Phillips-Eastern Shore Regional Director. Phone: 410-548-1613. FAX: 410-742-7311. Unpaid.

The Student Conservation Association (SCA) is a national non-profit that has placed over 45,000 individuals in hands-on conservation internships throughout the nation since 1957. PO Box 550, Charlestown, NH 03603. 603-543-1700. Since June 2000, The Student Conservation Association (SCA) has been proactive in the mitigation and prevention of our nation’s wildland fires within the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, US Fish & Wildlife, and the Natural Resource and Conservation Service. Our Wildland Fire internships provide hands-on professional experience in a wide range of disciplines; GIS mapping, public relations, environmental education, and Native American culture all play an important part. Consider the benefits: Paid travel to and from the site, A biweekly stipend, Free housing, Free or low cost health insurance, Loan deferment on qualified student loans, Valuable training & certifications, Possible academic credit, AmeriCorps education award upon completion of service. All Semesters.

Delmarva Youth Magazine. JOURNALISTS/WRITERS (photography). All Semesters. Intern will interview and take notes at local events relating to young people. Intern will write articles for magazine and include photographs when needed. Must have own vehicle. Qualifications: Organized, outgoing, self-starter. Good writing skills. E-mail or fax a resume and cover letter to Maria Cook, Publisher. delmarvayouth@hotmail.com  1226 N. Division Street, Salisbury, MD 21801. Phone: 410-742-0022. FAX: 410-543-8333. Rate Of Pay: To Be Determined.

KCI Communications, Inc. Editorial Intern. All semesters. Northern Virginia-based KCI Communications www.kcifinance.com  , which publishes a variety of financial investment newsletters, is looking for an editorial intern. Editing, writing and researching, among other tasks. Please submit a cover letter and resume to Joy English, Managing Editor, 1750 Old Meadow Rd, Ste 300, McLean, VA 22102 or via e-mail at jenglish@kci-com.com . Phone: 703 905 4645. FAX: 703 610 0115. Deadline: May 28, 2005. Pay: stipend is possible.

A.E. Schwartz & Associates is small, Boston-based comprehensive management, training, and organizational development/consulting company. Established in 1982, we presently have 3 full-time and 12 part-time contributors. Internships focus on the continual development and growth of our organization: http://www.aeschwartz.com  , school4managers.com, laserlearn.com , mentor-protege.com, fast-trac-software.com , and our commercial websites: http://www.internships4you.com  http://www.trainingconsortium.com, and Writers/Editors/Publishing: Our organization needs the cream of the crop to work initially on an internship basis. Upon successful completion, this position may expand to a contract consultant or on-staff associate. Our team must function in a writing, rewriting, evaluating, development, creating and editing capacity for a variety of manuscripts, articles, training packages. books, and this summer primarily our commercial web site : internships4you.com and all related aspects. Responsibilities May Include: Developing, editing and proofing internships4you.com website text. Developing on-line content and web materials. Co-developing with Sales, Marketing and Technology e-mails, letters, flyers, documentation and more. Writing, editing and copy-editing new and existing materials (on and off line). Writing on-line content, articles, press releases. Reviewing all written materials and collateral pieces. Researching supplemental information as needed. Responsibilities May Include: Coordinating marketing and placement of new releases within distribution chain (catalogues, distributors and on-line). Manipulating and preparing spreadsheets of product information for updates to distributors. Researching supplemental information. Coordinating publishing aspects and author/publisher correspondence. Editing, developing, writing and evaluating new and existing materials. 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.

TWC launches Public Service Journalism Initiative. The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation has awarded a two-year grant to The Washington Center to promote public service journalism in Washington, D.C. The goal of the initiative is to expose students in journalism and mass communications to career options in public or civic journalism, which offers communities information directly and immediately relevant to people's daily lives. Over the next two years, beginning this summer 2004 through the fall semester of 2005, 65 college students will be selected for $2,000 scholarships made possible through the Knight Foundation grant. They will be exposed to the public service journalism through internships at nonprofit journalism outlets such as National Public Radio, the online NewsHour Extra, the Center for Public Integrity and the International Women's Media Foundation. In addition, TWC is organizing speaking events, lectures, and an academic course around public service journalism. Candidates for the TWC public service journalism scholarship must attend a college and university with local public radio (NPR) or television licenses (PBS), with majors in journalism, mass communications or other relevant field. Students interested in the public service journalism initiative at The Washington Center should contact Robert Walter, director of the Mass Communications Program at (202) 336-7558 or request information at info@twc.edu . All semesters.

REHOBOTH BEACH FILM SOCIETY (RBFS) at 102 Midway Village, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971. Intern hours: Monday - Friday, between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.- each semester. Some evening or weekend hours may be required. The Society, (established 1997, incorporated 2000) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization whose mission is to create understanding and appreciation of film as an art form. RBFS strives to educate and enhance the public's understanding of independent cinema with a careful, studied and authentic eye toward representing diverse and international cultures, people, and eras. In fulfilling its mission, the Film Society produces an annual multi-day film festival as well as a variety of events throughout the year. Intern opportunities: Assist with developing an independent film library by cataloguing videos and entering descriptions into database, composing and distributing press releases about upcoming film events, managing print traffic of film submission, production of newsletter (distributed 4 - 6 times per year), managing membership database of 1,000+, coordinating annual fundraising event (spring only), special projects as appropriate, film screening process to determine entrees for film festival (summer only), Operate audio-visual equipment to show film, distribute and collect rating forms, lead follow-up discussion about film, tabulate ratings and enter results into database, Assist with coordinating production of annual Independent Film Festival (fall only). Skills required: database experience (Access software), Microsoft Publisher experience, Ability to work independently, demonstrate initiative, Flexible and friendly, work with volunteers. Contact Sue Early at 302-645-9095, fax: (302) 645-9460, sue@rehobothfilm.com . Follow-up interviews will be conducted.

RESEARCH INTERNSHIP (MULTIPLE MAJORS) Peninsula Regional Medical Center. Research on the internet all companies located in the area who offer grants to local non-profits. Also, determine specific interest of these companies, whether the company has an affiliated foundation, and the application process and deadline. Intern will work directly with the Executive Director of the Foundation and may be assigned additional tasks related to the operation of the Foundation office. Majors Requested: Accounting, Business Administration, Business Administration- Economics Track, Business Administration- Finance, Business Administration-, Marketing Management, Communication Art- Interpersonal/Organization, Economics, English, English- Creative Writing Concentration, Finance, Interdisciplinary Studies. Fall, Spring, Summer. Must apply online via eRecruiting. Go to this website, www.salisbury.edu/careerservices  and click on eRecruiting .

NEWSLETTER INTERNSHIP. Peninsula Regional Medical Center. Assist in researching and drafting a newsletter to be mailed out to major donors. Includes interviewing physicians concerning new clinical procedures and editing technical information. This is a short, approximately four page publication. Intern will work directly with the Executive Director of the Foundation and may be assigned additional tasks related to the operation of the Foundation Office. Period of Employment: Fall, Spring, Summer. Majors Requested: Business Admin. Economics Track, , Management, Business Administration-, Communication Art- Interpersonal or Organization, Communication Art- Mass Media Track, English, English- Creative Writing Concentration, English- Literature Concentration, English- Writing and Rhetoric Track. You must apply online via eRecruiting. Go to this website, www.salisbury.edu/careerservices  and click on eRecruiting on the left side of the page.

HARPER'S MAGAZINE NEW YORK CITY: 12 UNPAID FULL-TIME EDITORIAL INTERNSHIPS each year (four per term). Interns come to Harper's from a broad range of backgrounds: many apply directly after college or graduate school; others use the program as an introduction to publishing after having pursued careers elsewhere. Prior work experience matters far less than how well an intern knows Harper's and how much he or she has to contribute to the making of the magazine each month. Each intern is assigned to assist particular editors, while participating in the more general tasks shared by all interns, such as researching the Harper's Index and reading unsolicited manuscripts. The range of responsibilities and level of challenge depend largely on initiative and self-motivation. Interns are always welcome to suggest ideas, for instance, and to try to generate material for any section of the magazine. Hours: 10-6 with an hour off for lunch. Some flexibility is possible and can be discussed in individual cases. Unfortunately, unable to provide aid for housing or transportation. To apply, send the following to Elizabeth Giddens, Harper's Magazine, 666Broadway, 11th floor, New York, NY, 10012: * a completed application - available at http://www.harpers.org/contact_us, a cover letter, in the form of a personal statement of no more than 500 words, explaining why you would like to take part in the internship program and letting us know something about yourself-your interests, concerns, ideas, your résumé, the names and phone numbers of at least two references. Incomplete applications will not be acknowledged. Interviews for finalists set up after the above materials have been received and evaluated. The schedule is: term Jan-May, June-August, Sept-Dec, application deadline October 15, February 15, June 15. Decisions made by November 30, April 15, July 31. Any questions not addressed above may be sent to elizabeth@harpers.org.  Any Semester.

CHINCOTEAGUE NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE: INTERPRETATIVE INTERNSHIPS AT CHINCOTEAGUE NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE. SPRING, SUMMER , FALL interpretive interns at the Refuge Visitor Center to develop and conduct interpretive programs, and develop interpretive materials such as flyers, fact sheets, and exhibits. These duties give you the opportunity to reach a variety of people with the knowledge and appreciation of the environment and the National Wildlife Refuge System. Pay is $100.00 for each week of the internship and the rewards of making a difference are priceless. Applicants should have a background in biology, wildlife management, recreation education, interpretation, or related field. Applicants should have experience speaking in front of groups; knowledge of animal and plant identification, especially birds; and the ability to communicate well in writing. Spring: ASAP through and including June 15 (Due to late start position may be extended.) Application Deadline: ASAP Highlights: Earth Day (April) International Migratory Bird Celebration May) National Fishing Week (June) Summer: June 3 through and including September 7 Application Deadline: March 18 Highlights: Fourth of July Pony Penning (July) Labor Day (September) Fall: September 2 through and including December 7 Application Deadline: July3 Highlights: National Wildlife Refuge Week (October) Waterfowl Week (November) Application Procedures: To apply for any of these positions, send a resume and cover letter to: Refuge Manager Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge P.O. Box 62 Chincoteague, VA 23336

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