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November 16, 2011 Published by the USC Career Center This weekly e-mail highlights interesting internship opportunities and other important information that will aid you in securing an internship! The internships listed below are just a sampling of what is available. For complete listings of all current internships, log on to connectSC at http://careers.usc.edu. New internships are added daily.
DID YOU MISS INTERNSHIP WEEK?
Were you unable to attend Internship Week? Visit our website http://careers.usc.edu/media to hear a podcast of each panel. If you would like to know what companies attended please view the list of employer contact information in the Resource Library on connectSC.
DO YOU WANT TO BE A GLOBAL FELLOW?
There is only one month left to apply. Applications are available now at http://careers.usc.edu/students/internships/global-fellows-internship-program/. The Global Fellows Internship Program encourages exploration of international work experience. This is a competitive internship program that provides selected students with international internship experience in Asia. The program is open to U.S. citizens of all majors and provides stipends for USC undergraduates (freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors graduating in December) to live and work in Asia for eight weeks during the summer.
AEG & THE LA KINGS NETWORKING EVENT
AEG & the LA Kings will host a Sports and Entertainment Networking event being held Monday, November 28, 2011 at STAPLES Center in Downtown Los Angeles. For just $35, you would be able to participate in an event that will include two speakers and will allow you the opportunity to meet recruiters from top companies. After the event, you are invited to stay and watch the LA Kings take on the San Jose Sharks. Current companies that are confirmed to attend (but subject to change) include: AEG, LA Kings, Lionsgate, LA Galaxy, LA Clippers, Chivas USA, Motion Picture Association of America and more to come! Attached you will find a flier that details all the information. To register, please visit: www.lakings.com/network. For more information, please contact Teresa Torres at (213) 742-7145 or email@example.com.
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COMPANY PROFILE EVENTS
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• Acceptly – Social Media Intern If you are bright, driven, and ambitious, we'd love to talk with you. Acceptly is an LA-based startup creating online educational tools to help high school students access higher education. Remember how confusing the college application process was? We're revolutionizing the experience by giving students the guidance they need, for free, online. You will work alongside a small, accomplished founding team to learn what it really takes to launch a successful company. Gain valuable training and experience while taking ownership of projects and responsibilities. Get plugged in with LA's top investors and entrepreneurs. You will wear many hats and likely help out with some combination of social media, market research, business planning, etc. based on your interest and skill set. Our last intern managed our Facebook and Twitter accounts, created engaging contests and promotions and created partnerships with schools and sponsors. You will work directly with our founding team of experienced entrepreneurs and learn what it's really like to work in a fast-paced, Internet startup environment. Best of all, our modern, hip office is one block from the beach in Hermosa. We know you are in school and are flexible with your schedule to accommodate your classes. We need you here regularly but are open to working from home when needed. Please be very smart, interested in startups, keen on social media. Intern must be excited about finding creative ways to use Facebook and Twitter. Send us your resume and tell us why you would make an awesome social media intern. Send all materials to firstname.lastname@example.org. • Hanover Pacific, LLC – Real Estate Development Intern We are a real estate development company and would like to have someone perform administrative functions such as document meeting minutes, filing, and conducting market research for us. Other tasks would include some driving to deliver plans to municipalities and participate in meetings with clients and some due diligence research on properties. Student must
be reliable and we are looking for sophomores or Juniors Only. This is a very high profile position within our company and has interaction with clients, municipalities and our consultants. Qualifications: Strong Administrative Skills; Strong Skills with Microsoft Suites (Word, PowerPoint, Publisher, Excel); Strong Phone Skills; Quick Thinker and Self Starter, Strong Communication Skills; Be a Team Player. Application Instructions: Please send resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
Hillstone Restaurant Group –Restaurant Management Internships Hillstone Restaurant Group is a privately-held collection of upscale restaurants with 45+ locations in major cities across the country. Some of our more well-known operations are Gulfstream, Houston’s, R+D Kitchen, and our newest location, East Hampton Grill. The uncompromising quality of our food, service, art, and architecture has set the standard in our industry for nearly three decades. Our secret? A progressive management culture unlike any in our industry, in which the craft of managing and developing people is as important as culinary arts itself. Typically reserved for rising seniors, students selected to participate in our Management Internship Program spend 12 weeks in a rotational program within a high-quality restaurant environment. Interns apply their studies to our business and projects as they develop their culinary and management skills. Management Interns are often involved in hiring, staff supervision, vendor relations, etc. Interns work 50 hours per week and receive $850 per week. Email resume and cover letter to: Tambi.Yu@Hillstone.com.
Huffington Post –Science Internships The Huffington Post is seeking a motivated and qualified intern to work closely with the new science correspondent. Interested applicants should be able to start work immediately and commit to at least three months working approximately 20 hours per week out of the Beverly Hills office. Responsibilities include researching scientific literature, organizing/editing content using iMovie, offering creative input, and uploading content to HuffPost servers. The ideal candidates will have a strong science background. Science majors in their junior or senior year, or recent graduates, are encouraged to apply. The science correspondent is looking for an independent worker who is detail-oriented, highly organized, can multitask, and is an avid reader of scientific content, both scholastically (in periodicals, etc.) and in popular platforms (magazines, blogs, etc.). Proficiency with Mac systems is a necessity, while experience with HTML and iMovie are preferred. This is an excellent opportunity for a young scientist with an interest in communicating scientific ideas to the public to learn about new media platforms and gain experience at The Huffington Post. The intern will have an opportunity to work closely with the science correspondent, offering creative input. Hours are somewhat flexible. If interested, please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Variety –Designing/ Editing Internships Recognized and respected throughout the world of show business, Variety is the premier source of entertainment news. Since 1905, the most influential leaders in the industry have turned to Variety for timely, credible and straightforward news and analysis -- information vital to their professions. And, since 1933, unchallenged industry leader Daily Variety has been required reading for key showbiz players, delivering breaking news, exclusive scoops and must-read features. Variety, the premier entertainment resource, is seeking a Design/Editing Intern to join their Editorial Art department in the Los Angeles office. We are looking for journalism majors with a strong interest in the production side of print publications. Responsibilities include photo research, photo editing, page building and monitoring, chart creation, digital asset management and reporting. Reed
Business Information is committed to workforce diversity. Qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation or national origin. We invite all applicants to confidentially self-identify when applying. The Company complies with applicable laws governing non-discrimination by state and locale. To learn more, visit www.variety.com or www.reedbusiness.com. Ideally, candidates are recent graduates or juniors or seniors in college, who are able to commit at least 20 hours per week for 6 months. Journalism majors preferred. Candidate must have knowledge of InCopy, InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator. Students must be a self-starter with strong attention to detail and strong communication skills. This person must also be able to work in a fast-paced environment and must be able to articulate clearly. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of the entertainment industry. Apply online at:https://reedelsevier.taleo.net/careersection/19/moresearch.ftl?%E2%8C%A9=en and reference job ID # VAR00009.
• Charles Dunn Company –Marketing & Research Internship The Charles Dunn Company, one of the largest full service regional real estate firms in the western United States, currently has a need for two Marketing & Research Interns to support our Marketing & Research departments. What sets Charles Dunn apart, more than our size or 90 plus year history and expertise, is the philosophy we bring to business: a philosophy of providing the best possible service to our clients while focusing on enhancing the value of their real estate. This internship is a great opportunity for a current junior or senior seeking to gain valuable experience and exposure in the field of commercial real estate. Daily intern research responsibilities will include: Pulling market sales and lease comps using various commercial real estate databases, assisting with research and analysis for the development of quarterly market reports, assisting with developing specific market background reports for brokers, assisting brokers with assembling listing and offering materials, tracking real estate activity in various sub-segments of the market and enter data into company database on a weekly basis, and developing a database for tracking REO’s. Daily intern marketing responsibilities will include: assistance with the coordination of website updates; graphic design; and drafting, editing and creating e-mail campaigns. In addition to the above duties, the intern will be responsible for other administrative task and ad-hoc projects. The successful candidate will exhibit: proficiency in MS Word & Excel, excellent organizational skills and attention to detail, strong work ethic and ability to see tasks through to completion, ability to manage multiple tasks and projects with varied and changing priorities, strong verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills, Internet researching capabilities and the ability to research and synthesize both qualitative and quantitative data, and high aptitude for learning new programs - the position will require learning a variety of real estate related software applications . Prior research experience preferred, but not mandatory. Time requirements range from 16-20 hours per week for a minimum of 1 semester. This is an unpaid position and candidates must be eligible to receive school credit to be considered for this internship. If you are interested in a career in commercial real estate, enjoy a fast paced environment, are detail oriented please submit resume and cover letter detailing your qualifications for the position to email@example.com.
Direct Search Alliance- Staffing and Recruiting Industry Internship Direct Search Alliance is a Search and Talent Consultancy specializing in the Staffing & Human Capital Services Industry, Finance & Accounting and Professions in America’s Best Companies.
We are exclusively a direct recruiting firm, targeting passive candidates. We source top talent directly by researching the market, through social and business networking and reaching out to working professionals to develop relationships and share contacts. Direct Search Alliance is a small Executive Search firm located in a Class A building in the historic Miracle Mile District offering summer and part-time, supervised on-the-job learning experience internships for students interested in careers in the Staffing and Recruiting industry. All work is done in our office on a predetermined schedule. Dress is business/professional casual. Fall internships are offered at a minimum of 16-hours to a maximum of 40-hours per week. Interns must be prepared to commit to a minimum duration of 10-weeks and to an agreed-upon hours/work schedule in advance of starting the internship, with any planned time off approved in advance. Interns will report to the Managing Director and have daily exposure to the Managing Partners and Consultants. Feedback will be provided daily and formally weekly to contribute to the professional development of the Intern. Interns must comply with all work policies and procedures. Send your Résumé or Curriculum Vitae to Brooke at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Practice interviewing skills to communicate your skills and talents effectively, as well as your interest in the industry. Interns are interviewed by the Managing Director, and both Managing Partners. • Go Boom! LLC– Marketing Intern We are building a brand that includes celebrities, product launches, media, live events and on-line seminars. This is a wonderful opportunity for a student to gain valuable experience with an exciting startup company headed by three successful professionals. Our team consists of two top executives from the TV industry--a top agent from WME, the ex-president of Oprah Winfrey digital network, and an inventor/entrepreneur TV shopping specialist. Intern will have first hand exposure to the inner workings of our company, and participate in the launch of an exciting lifestyle 'movement' that involves a branding initiative. Intern will have the chance to build a solid portfolio. Intern will help with the day to day operations of our company, as well as have the ability to contribute creatively to our web, social media, seminar, and product initiatives. Intern should have excellent social media skills, be able to take initiative and work independently. Applicant should also be detail oriented, able to multi-task and problem solve-- this is a fast paced office! Creativity, ambition and an entrepreneurial, FUN spirit is a must! To Apply: contact Wendy Knecht at email@example.com or call 310 966-0303 to set up appointment. • Halston – Business Associate Internship Halston engages in the design of luxury women's evening wear and men's clothing. It offers women’s evening wear, sportswear, handbags, and accessories. The company was founded in 1968 and is now based in Los Angeles, CA. As an intern you will participate on tasks requiring added assistance and help the Senior Vice President of Licensing and Global Business Development. Make reports about the current standing of the business and prepare the necessary documents for presentation. Conduct research, prepare statistical reports and handle information requests. Perform various documentations and therefore need to be well knowledgeable with various documentation techniques and programs. You will also be responsible for general duties such as copying and duplicating manuscripts, letters, documents or other materials on the photocopying machines. If interested, please send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. • Halston –Finance Associate Internship Halston engages in the design of luxury women's evening wear and men's clothing. It offers women’s evening wear, sportswear, handbags, and accessories. The company was founded in 1968 and is now based in Los Angeles, CA. As an intern you will work under the
supervision of the controller and follow the accounting or auditing process and collect, understand, process, verify and report accounting related-information. You will also be given analytical and management support work assignments and provide assistance in the preparation of monthly or weekly financial reports. Requirements include knowledge of the basic principles and practices of accounting and financial analysis with an ability to collect, evaluate and interpret data, in both statistical and narrative form. Good written and oral communication skills as well as expertise in numbers and good math skills are required. If interested please send resume and cover letter to email@example.com. • Halston –HR Internship Halston is a dynamic growing company that recently relocated the corporate offices to a premier downtown Los Angeles location. Two showrooms will be based in Los Angeles and New York City. With a complete new management team and skilled executives, Halston is looking forward to reestablishing the luxury brand in the fashion world. The corporate team is 100+ employees and planning to expand within the next few years. We foster employee recognition, direct communication, and career advancement opportunities as our primary values for employees. Applicants must have excellent verbal and written communication skills and a high level of computer competency. Applicants should be self-motivated, organized, willing to help with any project no matter how large or small, and able to balance multiple priorities at once. Applicants should have high energy and exceptional attention to detail as well as excellent interpersonal skills and an interest in Human Resources. Halston internships are unpaid and the student must be able to receive academic credit. Must be able to provide proof of academic credit. Before applying, please confirm with your Internship Center. Please email your resume to aisha.rosenfeld@halston in consideration for this exciting opportunity and if you meet the mentioned job qualifications. • Liberty in North Korea (LINK) –Multiple Internships Link is a nonprofit located just outside of Los Angeles. We are a human rights group working to provide emergency relief to North Korean refugees, help refugees resettle to safe countries and spread awareness on the North Korea human rights crisis Our organization is currently looking for Spring 2012 interns and would love to reach out to the students at USC. Internships positions include Chapter Intern, Recruit Intern, Korean/English Translator Intern, Graphic/Web Design Intern, and Donor Relations Intern. These internships are unpaid, but many are able to receive academic credit for them. If you go here: http://www.linkglobal.org/connect-withus/jobs/spring_interns.html there is a listing of all the positions available and the link to apply is listed in each position. The application is going to be due on December 1st. Please list firstname.lastname@example.org and 310.212.7190 as the contact information. • Minor Details Productions –Event & Marketing/Social Media Internship Minor Details Productions is seeking a creative, detail-oriented college student with strong communications and graphic design skills. Opportunity to gain valuable experience while working on a variety of projects involving event preparation and execution as well as website maintenance, marketing and social media. The intern will also assist with the implementation and execution of marketing communications as well as work collaboratively with our clients. The intern will gain insight on how Minor Details measures effectiveness, indentifies and communicates and analyzes press trends. The goal of the internship is to provide meaningful work experience while granting greater insight on how Minor Details’ various clients explain what they do to their audiences. The intern would track and maintain RSVP’S for events, assist and perform database clean-up as well
as oversee social media campaigns. Other duties may also include assisting with updating website content and coming up with topical ideas. To apply, send a cover letter and resume to Terrina Scott, Principal at Minor Details Productions at Tscott@minordetailsproductions.com.
NALEO Educational Fund - Multiple Positions The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Educational Fund was established in1981 and is the leading nonprofit organization that facilitates full Latino participation in the American political process, from citizenship to public service. The NALEO Educational Fund is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization governed by a 15 member Board of Directors and a 25 member Board of Advisors. The NALEO Educational Fund maintains offices in Los Angeles, Washington D.C., Houston, New York, and Orlando. The Civic Engagement Department seeks to achieve the full participation of Latinos in the American political process by building a culture of civic participation through a sustained national infrastructure that informs, engages, and mobilizes the Latino community. We achieve this by promoting naturalization and electoral participation and by working through local, regional, and national strategic partnerships in order to make civic participation accessible to all Latinos.
Data Management Intern The Civic Engagement Department seeks highly detail-oriented and dedicated critical thinkers interested in the field of data and politics to support the organization’s national civic engagement research activities. The Data Management Interns will assist with the management of voter files, data on naturalization, and other data sources. Other responsibilities include but are not limited to assisting with analyzing and reporting on trends in political participation, in addition to producing ongoing short reports. The ideal candidates should have a strong interest in politics, strategy, or civic engagement in general, and must be comfortable working with numbers and MS Excel. Some knowledge of SQL language is desirable but not required. Additional training will be provided to help candidates learn the processes of political targeting, engagement strategy, and the role of data in campaigns; research standards; and much more. The internships will be filled immediately and ideally two candidates will be selected with separate focuses. 15-20 hours recommended per intern.
Executive Management Intern The Executive Administration Intern reports directly to the Senior Director of Civic Engagement and provides support to the department, including but not limited to: contact management, archive systems improvement, attendance of select strategy meetings, tracking of national program activity, research assignments, and production of memoranda and short reports. The Executive Administrator will play a critical role in the organization’s national civic engagement program in its preparation for the 2012 election season. The ideal candidate has a strong interest in politics, Latino civic engagement, and nonprofit management. The internship will be filled immediately, and the ideal candidate will be able to commit 10-15 hours a week.
Demographic Research Intern The Civic Engagement Department seeks dedicated critical thinkers interested in the field of research, data, and politics to support the organization’s national civic engagement research activities. The Demographic Research Intern will help strengthen the research capacity of the NALEO Educational Fund’s voter engagement program by researching and analyzing demographic data and census-related reports. Responsibilities include but are not limited to collecting and analyzing Census data, and other projects as assigned to support the organization’s research on the Latino electorate and its field-based voter mobilization efforts on the field. Technical training will be provided. The ideal candidate should have a strong interest in politics, demographic or scholarly research. The candidate should be comfortable reading and summarizing academic reports and articles, conducting internet research, and working with MS Excel. The internship will be filled immediately and the ideal candidate will be able to commit 15-20 hours a week.
Naturalization Research Intern The Civic Engagement Department seeks dedicated critical thinkers interested in the field of research, data, and politics to support the organization’s national naturalization research activities. The Naturalization Research Intern will help strengthen the research capacity of the NALEO Educational Fund’s citizenship program by researching and analyzing demographic data and naturalization-related reports. Responsibilities include but are not limited to collecting and analyzing data from the Department of Homeland Security, Pew Research Center, Brookings Institute and other projects as assigned to support the organization’s naturalization policy and assistance programs. The ideal candidate should have a strong interest in politics, demographic or scholarly research. The candidate should be comfortable reading and summarizing academic reports and articles, conducting internet research, and working with MS Excel. The internship will be filled immediately and the ideal candidate will be able to commit 15-20 hours a week.
Service Coordinator Intern The Service Coordinator provides programmatic and administrative support to the NALEO Educational Fund’s naturalization assistance program. Responsibilities may range from providing information to the public via national hotline, developing reports, attending U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ meetings, assisting with one-on-one N-400 applications, organizing and promoting events, interacting with the public, and assisting the department during citizenship workshops. The intern will be trained on the naturalization process and on the naturalization application. The internship will be filled immediately and the ideal candidate will be able to commit 15-20 hours a week. Applicant should be available on specified weekends to help during naturalization assistance workshops.
Volunteer Coordinator Intern The Service Coordinator provides programmatic and administrative support to the NALEO Educational Fund’s naturalization assistance program. Responsibilities may range from providing information to the public via national hotline, developing reports, attending U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ meetings, assisting with one-on-one N-400 applications, organizing and promoting events, interacting with the public, and assisting the department during citizenship workshops. The intern will be trained on the naturalization process and on the naturalization application. The internship will be filled immediately and the ideal candidate will be able to commit 15-20 hours a week. Applicant should be available on specified weekends to help during naturalization assistance workshops.
If you are interested in applying for any of these positions, please send resume and availability to: Clayton Rosa, Program Associate, Civic Engagement NALEO Educational Fund 1122 W. Washington Boulevard, Third Floor Los Angeles, CA 90015. Tel: (213) 747-7606 ext 4451, Fax (213) 747-7664, email@example.com.
Rogers & Cowan– Entertainment Marketing department Intern
An internship at Rogers & Cowan is intended to provide a true learning experience for the student along with the opportunity to observe public relations professionals in a business environment. It will provide familiarity with the public relations field and with the functions of a large agency. Our program enables students to develop marketable skills in a real life professional environment. Interns assist our publicists with day to day duties including research, writing copy for news releases and feature stories, coordinating photo shoots and assisting in the organization and preparation of special client events. Interns will also help compile media lists and participate in creative sessions. All interns must receive college credit and we must receive verification of such credit. The internship is non-paying and is limited to the course of the school semester or quarter. Scheduling is very flexible; Rogers & Cowan will accommodate the student’s school calendar. Students may intern any time during their college career, i.e., we accept freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors. Rogers & Cowan is currently accepting applications for student internships for both its Los Angeles and its New York City offices. If you are able to receive school credit and are interested in applying please send your resume to the following: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Skanz – Brand Ambassador Skanz is a QR-coded social networking platform that links together mobile technology, social media and fashion. Skanz lets you create a personal, secure, mobile website – or “Skanzsite” – with everything you want to share conveniently stored in your own QR-coded SocialprintTM. Using your smartphone, you can scan the Socialprints of your friends, colleagues and family, facilitating the instant exchange of contact information (phone numbers, email addresses), social media (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter), favorite photos, music and more. With a line of QR-coded fashion accessories – including Skanz silicone bands and Skanz phone cases – Skanz invites you to wear the web and share your world. If you are interested in creating your Socialprint, you can do so for free at www.Skanz.com. If you are someone who is outgoing & has tons of connections, willing to network digitally & identify promotional opportunities, a great communicator, active in social media, and a self starter with great marketing and sales skills then this position is for you. It’s simple! Go to www.skanz.com and fill out the Brand Ambassador application that is linked on the home page. All qualified candidates will receive notification of their acceptance into the Skanz Brand Ambassador Program via e-mail within two weeks of application submission.
USC Center for Urban Education – Communications Intern The Center for Urban Education (CUE) is seeking a student intern with a background in communications, journalism and/or marketing. The intern will gain experience in writing articles for publication in print, on the web and other online media (e.g., through Constant Contact); assisting with the development of other content; maintaining and updating information on CUE's website; and preparing materials for dissemination to targeted audiences. Student will work 10-20 hours/week, starting in January. CUE is a research center housed at the Rossier School of Education. It leads socially conscious research and develops data, benchmarking and process improvement tools to assist colleges and universities in improving educational outcomes for minority students. Interested students can email their cover letters and resumes to: email@example.com. The subject line in the email should say: Application for communications intern.
FELLOWSHIPS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
Fulbright Public Policy Fellowship
The Fulbright Public Policy Fellowship will allow U.S. citizens to contribute to the strengthening of the public sector abroad by serving in professional placements within foreign government ministries or institutions while simultaneously carrying out an academic research/study project. The fellowship will help advance public policy research agendas, fosters mutual understanding and builds lasting ties between the U.S. and partner countries. The Fulbright Public Policy Fellowship provides a distinctive opportunity for U.S. citizens to work side-by-side with the citizens of other countries to tackle the toughest public policy problems of the day. This new exchange is the vanguard of international public diplomacy, as it leverages the excellence of the Fulbright program to achieve global development objectives. Fulbright Public Policy Fellows will
serve in partner country governments, which include: Bangladesh, Cote d’Ivoire, the Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Haiti, Jamaica, Mongolia, Nepal, Nigeria, Thailand, and Tunisia. The State Department, partner country governments, and the Institute of International Education will coordinate professional placements for candidates in public policy areas including, but not limited to, health, education, agriculture, justice, energy, environment, public finance, economic development, housing, and communications. Candidates must be in receipt of a master’s or J.D. degree by the beginning of the Fellowship (Summer 2012) or be currently enrolled in a Ph.D. program. Applicants must also have at least two years of work experience in public policy-related fields. Final selection will be made by the Presidentially-appointed Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board. Applications will be accepted from November 4, 2011 through February 1, 2012. More information, including complete eligibility requirements, is available at http://www.us.fulbrightonline.org<http://www.us.fulbrightonline.org/. Please visit http://us.fulbrightonline.org/applynow.html to apply. Fulbright Public Policy Fellows will begin their assignments in summer/fall 2012. The Fulbright Program http://fulbright.state.gov'/ is the U.S. government’s flagship international educational exchange program and is supported by the people of the United States and partner countries around the world. Since 1946, the Fulbright Program has provided more than 310,000 participants from over 155 countries with the opportunity to study, teach and conduct research, exchange ideas and contribute to finding solutions to shared international concerns.
T. Howard Foundation – Summer Internship Program
The T. Howard Foundation is a non-profit organization that partners with some of the largest companies in the world to provide paid full-time summer internships in the multimedia and entertainment industry to multi-ethnic minority students. Our partners include companies such as Cablevision/Rainbow Media, Comcast, DIRECTV, Discovery Communications, ESPN, HBO, Time Warner Cable, Turner Network Sales, Showtime and many more! We place students in corporate and creative internship opportunities in every department. In addition to receiving an internship at a major media company, T. Howard Foundation Interns receive additional professional development benefits. A two-day orientation in New York or Washington, DC with media executives (travel and lodging provided), an experienced career professional mentor, networking Opportunities with executives and personnel, an alumni network with access to exclusive job opportunities, attending our Annual Diversity Dinner in New York (travel and lodging provided). Applicants must be a multi-ethnic minority student. Have full-time sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student status at a 4-year college/university. Be a U.S. Citizen or an international student on an F-1 visa. Have a cumulative GPA of 2.8 or higher. Students can apply online today by going to www.t-howard.org.
The White House Fellows Program Are you ready to change the world? Interested in serving for a full-year position from August 2012- June 2013? Submit a completed application before November 15, 2011 to receive an admissions decision by December 2011! City Year is an AmeriCorps education focused, nonprofit organization that unites young people of all backgrounds for a year of full-time service to keep
students in school and on track to graduation. At City Year’s 21 locations across the United States and two international affiliates, teams of young people called corps members serve full-time in schools for 10 months as tutors, mentors and role models. Apply Now- www.cityyear.org/joinus. For more information please visit our website at www.cityyear.org or contact Daniel Ochoa at firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Educational Housing Services – New York Interning in New York City? Where are you going to live? With 25 years in student housing, Educational Housing Services is a great, safe and convenient housing option in New York City. EHS is a not-for-profit organization that provides safe and convenient housing to students and interns in NYC. To find out more about EHS and the properties that are available this summer, please visit: http://studenthousing.org/and/usc. You may also call: 1-800-297-4694. All of the buildings include 24/7 security and residence staff, free cable access and LCD TV’s, free high speed internet access, and fully furnished rooms with private bathrooms and heat/AC. Computer and fitness centers, laundry facilities, kitchens and lounges are also onsite.
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