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Paid Intern position- Multiple Positions

Warner Music Group

Major: Any •

At Warner Music Group, we’re a global collective of music makers and music lovers, tech innovators and inspired entrepreneurs, game-changing creatives and passionate team members. Here, we know that each talent makes our collective bolder and brighter. We are guided by four core principles that underpin everything we do across all our diverse businesses:  

  • Music is Everything: Music is our passion, and we can never get enough. Tastes, trends, and tech will change, but great artists and songwriters will always be our driving force. 

  • Global Growth, Local Expertise: Music is a global language. Through communication and collaboration, our success can come from anywhere and translate everywhere. 

  • Innovation and Insight: Pushing the boundaries requires the best information and the boldest imagination. We use both to create the future. 

  • Empowered by People: Like the artists we serve and the music they make, our differences make us stronger. This is a place where every talent can belong and build a career.  

We remain committed to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We know it fosters a culture where you can truly belong, contribute, and grow. We encourage applications from people of any age, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, religion, ethnicity, disability, veteran status, and any other characteristic or identity. 

Consider a career at WMG and get the best of both worlds – an innovative global music company that retains the creative spirit of a nimble independent. 

We currently have a fantastic opportunity for students to join our innovative and highly sought-after Emerging Talent Associate Program as an Emerging Talent Associate this Fall 2022 semester. 

Warner Music Group’s Emerging Talent Associate Program is a paid internship program designed to provide students the opportunity to apply their skills and gain hands-on experience in the music industry. This multidimensional, semester-long program begins by matching students to specific departments based on their interests as well as the position qualifications. 

Here you’ll get to: 

Upon joining the program, Emerging Talent Associates (ETAs) are fully immersed in the day-to-day activities of their assigned department.  They participate in strategic meetings, help solve key business issues, and offer ideas and perspectives to further WMG’s global success. In addition, working as an Emerging Talent Associate ensures access to incredible developmental activities such as our Professional Development Workshops, Employee Panels and the Emerging Talent Showcase.      

Positions Include:

Business Development-Sales R-017195 

Human Resources-R-017200

Technology-R-017197

Creative-R-017201

Marketing&Communications-R-017208

Finance-Accounting-R-017207

Publishing-Synce-Licensing & Copyright- R-017204

Studio Services-R-017193


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Fall 2022 Sales and Service Internship

Red Bull New York

Harrison, NJ/hybrid

Major: Any •

Purpose of this Internship

We are looking for interns who are passionate and committed to kickstarting their career in sales. The Ticket Sales and Service internship program is designed for college students who want to gain first-hand experience in the front office of a professional sports team. This is your chance to assist the daily operations of the Sales and Service department! 

This is an unpaid, for credit internship (proof that you will receive credit is required). 

Because of the cyclical nature of the entertainment industry, your assigned hours may vary to reflect our needs (includes nights and weekends).

What you'll learn

  • Complete projects to brainstorm new group initiatives, theme nights and more
  • How our sales/service department operates and how to market and sell ticket packages
  • Produce qualified sales leads through prospecting and research
  • The role of customer service, client relations, and fan interaction in a professional sports environment
  • You will participate in a hybrid setting; projects and trainings will take place both remotely as well as in our office at Red Bull Arena 

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Fall 2022 Marketing Partnerships & Premium Services Internship

Red Bull New York

Harrison, NJ

Major: Any •

Purpose of this Internship

The New York Red Bulls are looking for motivated college students who will support the Marketing Partnerships & Premium Services department during the Fall 2022 semester (internship to begin in late August / early September, and run through early December).  The internship will provide college credit, and is a great learning opportunity for those interested in pursuing a career in the sports industry.  Interns will gain knowledge and insight into a revenue-generating department within the sports industry, and will learn how Marketing Partnerships & Premium Services collaborate with both internal and external stakeholders.  Office hours during the week are flexible based on school/class schedule, but availability for Red Bulls home matches are mandatory (which may interfere with holidays and weekends).

This is an unpaid, for credit internship (proof that you will receive credit is required). 

Because of the cyclical nature of the entertainment industry, your assigned hours may vary to reflect our needs (includes nights and weekends).

What you'll learn

  • Learn the ins and outs of both sales & activation for marketing partners and premium suite holders
  • Learn best practices for prospecting potential new partners for sales team; research & analysis of other partnerships around the MLS and other leagues/teams
  • Develop an understanding of how to manage client relationships, as well as managing other internal departmental relationships (Marketing, Operations, Social/Digital, etc.) 
  • Learn how to use various software systems to help organize/track partnership asset inventory (KORE, Activate, ShoFlo, etc.)
  • Learn how to create partnership recaps to detail the progress and success of partnership assets (photos, videos, social posts, metrics, etc.)

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Sports Management Internship Fall

Volo Sports

New York City

Major: Any •

What’s This Internship All About?

As the Sports Management Intern, you will be working directly with our talented and knowledgeable team assisting with day to day league operations, including customer service, partner relations, and data management.

Training will include an overview of sales, business development, networking, operations and finance. Upon completion of the internship, it is our hope that the knowledge learned is one that provides great value and expertise towards future career endeavors in the sports industry, including the opportunity to be permanently hired from this position.

More Than an Internship

  • Unpaid Internship with College credit
  • Opportunity to make money by hosting or refereeing leagues! 
  • Invaluable experience in sports management by leaders in the social sports industry
  • Opportunity for full time position
  • Free sports leagues & events

INTERNSHIP PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Sports Operations
  • Assist with game reports, customer service inquiries, scheduling and data entry
  • Assist with league audits & evaluations 
  • Administrative and clerical support for all departments
  • Sales calls to team captains to inform them of upcoming events and registration deadlines
  • Inventory and upkeep of sports equipment and shirts 
  • Provide facility and field maintenance as needed; suggest venue improvement
  • Other league-day preparations, such as field setup and supervision
  • Set up & take down fields and /or Bar set up 
  • Use host app to check in players as needed 
  • Execute fundraising activities to support kids programs 
  • Encourage and maintain a quality experience throughout the league
  • Make players meet & feel welcome

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Fall 2022 Communications Internship

Red Bull New York

Harrison, NJ

Major: Any •

Purpose of this Internship

An opportunity to gain knowledge in the field of communications at the professional level. This position will have the chance to write, research and get hands-on experience on how home events operate from pre-game to post-game with the New York Red Bulls. 

This is an unpaid, for credit internship (proof that you will receive credit is required). 

What you'll learn

  • Producing press releases, match previews, and assisting with game notes preparation.
  • Researching on all aspects of the club.
  • Understanding and applying the set up for a home event, how home events/trainings are covered by the media and how to disseminate information.

Because of the cyclical nature of the entertainment industry, your assigned hours may vary to reflect our needs (includes nights and weekends).


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Development Fall 2022 Undergraduate Internship

Brennan Center for Justice

New York City

Major: Any •

The Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law is a nonpartisan law and policy institute that seeks to improve the systems of democracy and justice in the United States. We work to hold our political institutions and laws accountable to the twin American ideals of democracy and equal justice for all. The Brennan Center’s work ranges from voting rights to campaign finance reform, from ending mass incarceration to preserving Constitutional protections in the fight against terrorism. Part think tank, part advocacy group, part cutting edge communications hub, we start with rigorous research. We craft innovative policies. And we fight for them – in Congress and the states, in the courts, and in the court of public opinion.

We are seeking interns to provide administrative and clerical support to Development staff in our New York office.

Note: This internship will take place in person at our NY office.

Responsibilities: All interns will assist with general administrative, research and clerical work for the Brennan Center, including filing, photocopying, answering phones, shipping and mailing, coordinating meetings, drafting routine correspondence and covering the reception desk. Additionally, there will be opportunities to attend and observe substantive meetings, events, and conversations on program work.

In addition to administrative and reception duties, specific responsibilities for each department include:

Development – conducting prospect research; assisting in donor correspondence; updating the fundraising database; assisting in event organization; preparing mailings to donors; and supporting the individual giving and foundations teams.

Hours: Approximately 15-25 hours per week.

Duration: Fall Semester 2022


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Puffin StudentNation Fall Fellowship

The Nation Fund

Major: n/a

The Nation Fund for Independent Journalism is accepting applications for ten Student Writing Fellows for an intensive sixteen-week fellowship program. This program offers college students the opportunity to write for TheNation.com and to work with Nation editors and writers to develop skills critical for a meaningful career in journalism.

Through this concentrated 16-week sprint, fellows will receive editorial and fact-checking training, mentorship, networking opportunities, and support in publishing their writing. The broad scope of this project is to show what matters most to young people in the most critical midterm election of our lives through thoroughly-reported enterprise journalism. Training sessions will focus on substantive election reporting and how to get beyond sensationalized profiles and horse-race coverage. This project will tap into the lived experiences of young people and will focus on helping each fellow develop a distinctive narrative voice. During their Fall 2022 semester, students will publish at least one pre-election dispatch as well as one long-form story after the November elections.

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Conservation Apprenticeship

The MET

Major: Gallery and Museum Studies • Art History • Art and Design •

The Conservation Apprentice in the Photograph Conservation Department at The Met is an opportunity for an emerging conservator with the goal of entering a conservation graduate program to gain experience in an active and welcoming conservation lab. The Apprentice will be introduced to the technical history of photography, deterioration processes, preventive conservation approaches, and basic conservation treatment. The emphasis will be on twentieth century black-and-white prints and negatives, as this training will be put into immediate practice in the examination, documentation, and conservation treatment of photographs in the newly acquired James Van Der Zee Archive. The Apprentice will be assigned readings and treatments on sample photographs and will build their skills over the twelve-month period of employment. They will have the opportunity to engage with many ongoing conservation activities related to storage and exhibition of works of art. These activities may include general lab maintenance; organizing workspaces and preparing materials such as making paste, cutting down blotters and polyester web sheets; taking light level readings in the galleries; collecting and analyzing climate records in galleries and storage areas; and designing and creating preservation housings. At the conclusion of this one-year position, the Apprentice will have a conservation portfolio suitable for interviewing at a conservation graduate program.

Primary Areas of Training, Instruction and Work:

- Photographic documentation of works of art before and after treatment.
- Labeling of digital images created and addition of metadata.
- Data entry into TMS (The Museum System), including conservation reports on condition and treatment, digital images, and any analytical or other scholarly information.
- Conservation treatments including surface cleaning; mending of tears; consolidation; infilling of losses; and aesthetic reintegration.
- Creation of conservation-quality housings for treated photographs.
- Other duties as assigned.

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Public Relations Fall 2022 Internship

BerlinRosen

New York, NY, Washington, DC, or Remote

Major: Any •

ABOUT THE PUBLIC RELATIONS INTERNSHIP

BerlinRosen is seeking highly motivated individuals who are interested in getting hands-on experience in issue and campaign strategy, communications, media advocacy, and/or tech public relations. We're proud to offer an internship program that offers the skills and experiences that often lead to full-time roles at BerlinRosen. In 2021, 68% of our newly hired Account Coordinators were BR interns!

Interns will be assigned to work on a specific team and may collaborate with other divisions and teams as needed. Interns will be asked to focus on a range of projects, including longer-term and day-to-day/immediate tasks assigned by their team and will learn the basics of high-level communications strategizing, writing, pitching, and advocacy.

Our Fall 2022 Internship Program runs from early September 2022 to late December 2022/early January 2023. While interns can be fully remote, our in-office policy for Washington, DC and New York, NY is currently flexible, and proof of full vaccination is required to enter our offices.

Internships are available on the following teams:

Cities and Lifestyle: Our Cities team leads communications campaigns for visionary clients in commercial real estate, affordable housing, urbanism, hospitality, travel, arts and culture, architecture and design who are shaping the future of cities.

Issue Advocacy & Strategic Campaigns: Our Issue Advocacy and Strategic Campaigns teams work on national social justice issues including racial and economic justice, criminal legal reform, reproductive health, rights and justice; immigrant rights; climate change action; quality education; responsible investing and much more.

Legal Affairs and Crisis Communications: Our Legal and Crisis team supports a range of clients as they win major legal victories on issues that include civil rights, technology, the media, higher education, philanthropy, workers’ rights, criminal legal reform and more. We also support institutional and individual clients facing reputational threats.

New York Regional Advocacy: The New York Regional Advocacy team works on clients ranging from major civic and cultural institutions to companies, nonprofits and labor unions that are impacting the top policy issues of the day in New York City and the northeastern region, on issues that include clean energy, the cannabis industry, economic justice and workers’ rights, criminal legal reform, homelessness and hunger, and child and family well-being.

Tech and Innovation: Our Technology and Innovation team helps technology companies at all levels, from startups to global industry leaders, with a focus on climate tech, mobility, tech training and education, urban tech, media tech, and consumer electronics.

ADDITIONAL DETAILS

  • Interns must be able to work 40 hours/week, Monday-Friday, on a roughly 9 am-to-5 pm Eastern Time schedule. Note: The Issue Advocacy team hours are roughly 7 am-to-3 pm Eastern Time. Please do not apply if you cannot meet this requirement.
  • Compensation: $17 / hour
  • Perks:
    • $200 stipend to be used to support your work-from-home setup (plus company-provided laptop)
    • 3 days of PTO for the duration of the internship, plus paid bank holidays
    • Access to professional development programs geared specifically toward interns and individuals just beginning their careers
  • If you are interested in a specific team, please state these details in your cover letter and we will take it into consideration. Please note, if hired, you may be assigned to a different team than your first preference.

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Intern Position in Government & Public Affairs

CUNY Edward T. Rogowsky Internship Program in Government and Public Affairs:

Major: Any •

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Editorial Writing Assistant Intern

CUNY

Major: Any •

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Future Leaders Fellowship

Strada Education Network

Major: Any •

Overview

If you are passionate about diversity and equity, and you believe you are a future leader of the social impact or social entrepreneurship field and you’re ready to put that belief to the test, we may have the right opportunity for you—one with leadership accountability on a strategic project, ambiguity, collaboration, complex stakeholder engagement, a not insignificant risk of failure (or at least partial success), and a sector-shifting, career-boosting reward for success—all in a paid, remote/hybrid or in-office (your choice) 12-week part-time or full-time fellowship in fall 2022.

What You’ll Do

Your challenge—and opportunity—would be to join a team with two to four other fellows and some current staff to help create our internship experience as one that centers people of color, immigrant, bilingual, and bicultural individuals; people with disabilities, and members of the LBGTQIA+ and gender nonconforming communities. With help, this team will chart its own course and deliver a solid plan for a new program. As a team, this will involve some combination of research, synthesis, ideation, project planning, and presentation. But the details of the work and the specific job functions will be developed by the team in consultation with your manager. Some examples of the deliverables will be the development of a comprehensive plan on the new proposed internship program with technical and logistical execution details; development of job descriptions; development of proposed recruitment plan(s); creation of onboarding resources for interns along with a guide for staff to provide overview of expectations, timelines, and resources to act as intern mentors. To do this work you’ll also be embedded in our teams and contribute to our existing work and projects in areas such as grantmaking and investment, communications, and research.

What Success Looks Like

Success is ending the 12 weeks with a comprehensive plan for an internship model that is equity-first, inclusive, flexible, intern-centric, and that helps Strada pursue its mission. If you succeed (we think you will), you better believe we’ll put your plan into action immediately and we will share the story of its development across our many communications channels (featuring you), connect you to leaders in our networks, recommend more opportunities, and look to the fellows as prominent members of our future talent community and ambassadors for Strada.

How We’ll Support Your Success

Learning and Development: As a fellow, you’ll have both a performance coach and a career mentor. They’ll help make sure you have what you need to do your job, troubleshoot issues, help you grow your professional network, and support your long-term aspirations. You’ll also receive training on select topics in areas such as research, communication, and social impact.

Compensation: This fellowship is a paid experience with a pay range of $20 - $25 per hour depending on experience. 

Work Schedule / Availability for Core Work Hours: We aim for fellows to be able to commit at least 15-20 hrs/week to virtual work with an opportunity to work up to 35-40 hrs/wk. Your work schedule will be flexible and established and mutually agreed upon with your manager, based on business needs. However, you'll need to be available to meet during the core hours of 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. (EST) Monday through Friday.

Flexible Location: Work location is flexible and will be determined on a case-by-case basis with your manager. Depending on availability, with possible in-person gatherings as possible/needed. Technical hardware and software will be provided.

 


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ARTE Intern

ARTE (Art and Resistance Through Education)

Major: Any •

ARTE's paid internship program is an excellent opportunity for anyone seeking hands-on experience working in the field of human rights education, arts education, and community organizing. Interns will gain insight into how a non-profit organization is run and work under the guidance of a seasoned non-profit professional. Interns will also have the opportunity to work with local human rights and youth organizations, artists, and community centers. 

Due to any COVID-19 uncertainties, this program will consist of a combination of virtual and in-person work. NYC-based applicants are preferred, but some remote positions may be available. 

The Human Rights and Arts Education intern’s work will include a combination of the following:

  • Social Media and Communications — research, plan, and curate content for of ARTE's social media platforms (TwitterFacebook, and Instagram); 
  • Graphic Design — create social media graphics, design promotional materials, and lend a design eye to ARTE’s art projects; 
  • Development and Fundraising — supporting the organization in identifying fundraising opportunities through grant-writing and other development initiatives;
  • Curriculum / Facilitation — contribute to the ARTE program curricula through research, writing, editing, and occasionally visit a school to assist with facilitation, event prep, and/or art-making. 
  • Events — help plan, attend, and/or facilitate ARTE events (e.g., fundraisers, mural painting sessions, community art unveilings, workshops, etc.).

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Fall 2022 Whitney Museum Intern

The Whitney Museum of American Art

Major: Any •

The Whitney’s paid Academic Year Fall Internship program offers a semester long internship for undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled in an accredited academic program. For Fall 2022, interns will commit from 16 to 21 hours per week for 10 to 12 weeks for a total of 200 hours. The decision as to whether or not the internship will be virtual or hybrid has not been determined.

Please review the department descriptions and refer to the list of departments requesting interns on the application tab—not all departments will be taking interns for the Fall semester.

Highlights

  • $3,000 stipend (200 hour requirement for the semester)
  • Interns are assigned to a specific museum department for the duration
  • Monthly speaker series featuring museum professionals from across the Museum
  • Interns are eligible for course credit
  • The fall internship will begin the week of September 12,2022.  

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CUNY Startups Coordinator - 2 positions

CUNY Startups

Manhattan, NY

Major: Any •

CUNY Startups (http://cunystartups.com) is seeking two interns to assist with its program goals and marketing strategies. The interns will work closely with the executive and associate directors to help coordinate and market CUNY Startups programs.

As a program intern you would:

  • Coordinate events and programs with the Executive Director (ED) of CUNY Startups
  • Assist with promoting CUNY Startups events and programming
  • Coordinate presenters/speakers
  • Facilitate programming- workshops, record and edit virtual programming, etc.
  • Support programming efforts
  • Update Google Sheets that contain participant information
  • Coordinate with mentors, judges and investors
  • Other duties as assigned

As a marketing intern you would:

  • Assist with advertising and promotional efforts with the Associate Director (AD) of CUNY Startups
  • Monitor and manage CUNY Startups social media platforms and update main website
  • Develop tools and method for collecting data, i.e. surveys, questionnaires
  • Facilitate programming- workshops, record and edit virtual programming, etc.
  • Collect and analyze data to identify consumer trends
  • Update Google Sheets that contain participant information
  • Collaborate with CUNY students, faculty, and staff

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Administrative Intern Position-F/T & P/T

Elmcor Youth

Major: Any • Business Administration •

This position is primarily responsible for managing all administrative aspects of the director and coordinating specific projects at the director/leadership staff direction.

 

  • Answer and screen phone calls
  • Schedule appointments and maintain calendars
  • Schedule and coordinate staff and other Zoom meetings
  • Create and maintain a digital filing system
  • Managing the STEM program supplies inventory
  • Compiling and keeping records of office business transactions
  • Manage day-to-day operation of the director or leadership staff
  • Manage logistics, minutes, and follow-up for staff meetings.

 Requirements

  • Strong verbal and written communication
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to work well in teams
  • Strong work ethic and attention to detail
  • Work with organizational partners to elicit, articulate, and document requirements that capture organization needs.
  • Identify, understand, and manage obstacles to achieving business results to ensure mitigation activities are taking place
  • Ability to quickly learn new systems and processes and apply knowledge cross functionally
  • Experience with Microsoft Office including Excel, PowerPoint, Word, and OneDrive
  • Self-starter, analytical thinker with initiative who can manage multiple tasks and adapt and respond quickly to a fast-paced environment

 Qualifications

  • High School Diploma / GED
  • Pursuing a  degree in Business Management, or related field

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Digital Art & Design Intern position-F/T & P/T

Elmcor Youth

Major: Any • Digital Art and Design •

Role:

Support the team in editing and maintaining digital communications and publication materials for the organization. 

  • Design marketing materials such as landing pages, micro sites, company blog, emails and newsletters
  • Design graphic content and create engaging captions for use across channels
  • Critique and QA on existing design and future design
  • Re-touch, crop and upload product photography images
  • Retouch digital photographic images
  • Crop digital photographic images/maintain file size specification guidelines
  • Ensure color consistency between image assets
  • Create flyers, postcards and distributable media for the organization
  • Upload assets to web servers in accordance to calendars
  • Strong color correction skills, matching images from different cameras
  • Perform quality assurance on all images
  • Suggest ways and to constantly improve the service of the team
  • Be proactive and able to show initiative/ideas to constantly improve
  • Knowledge of image formatting for variety of printings, large scale printing, web, etc.
  • Any other ad hoc duties within art department/editorial when required
  • Assist with flyers

Requirements

  • Strong understanding of image constraints
  • Proven ability to work efficiently and producing a high turnover of images in stringent deadlines with extreme pressure and change
  • Proactive and able to take initiative
  • Excellent eye for detail
  • Flexible; ability to adapt to changing priorities and multiple tasks
  • High technical proficiency in Macintosh OS and Photoshop Strong retouching skills
  • Proven experience retouching product photography and creative editorial images
  • Previous experience with a digital art
  • Strong understanding of color correction
  • Strong work ethic and attention to detail
  • Work with organizational partners to elicit, articulate, and document requirements that capture organization needs.
  • Identify, understand, and manage obstacles to achieving business results to ensure mitigation activities are taking place
  • Participate in the discussion and decisions regarding project methodology, processes and technology solutions
  • Ability to quickly learn new systems and processes and apply knowledge cross functionally
  • Self-starter, analytical thinker with initiative who can manage multiple tasks and adapt and respond quickly to a fast-paced environment

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IT Intern position- F/T & P/T

Elmcor Youth

Major: Computer Science and Information Security • Internet and Information Technology •

Support the IT team in maintaining hardware, software, and other systems including but not limited to:

 

  • Update printer firmware
  • Install antivirus on staff computers
  • Provide technical support for laptops and tablets 
  • Troubleshoot technical issues, diagnose, and repair
  • Set up technical support for mobile unit van
  • Troubleshoot technical problems with our phone system/phone app
  • Virtual assistance with troubleshooting issues and provide technical support to the team/departments
  • Organize and maintain IT resources
  • Utilize tools such as tone generator and wire crimper
  • Research and assist with new IT cybersecurity 
  • Equipment inventory
  • Assist in project management processes including creating project plans and status reports, tracking changes and action items, and following up on project-related tasks
  • Research best practices and identify an optimal path forward for new system development
  • Troubleshoot Microsoft Office
  • Perform other duties as assigned

  Requirements

  • Computer Science, Information Technology, or Management Information Systems major
  • Strong verbal and written communication
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to work well in teams
  • Strong work ethic and attention to detail
  • Work with organizational partners to elicit, articulate, and document requirements that capture organization needs.
  • Identify, understand, and manage obstacles to achieving business results to ensure mitigation activities are taking place
  • Participate in the discussion and decisions regarding project methodology, processes and technology solutions
  • Ability to quickly learn new systems and processes and apply knowledge cross functionally

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Public Health Intern position P/T & F/T

Elmcor Youth

Major: Public Health • Any •

Under the supervision of the Director of Youth Services, the Public Health intern will support the Covid Response Team and Youth Department. Duties include but are not limited to:

Manage and distribute new developments regarding Covid-19 including data, organization compliance, vaccine updates, and trends

  • Participate in weekly Covid Response Team meeting
  • Coordination of the Community Education and Mask Distribution program
  • Create social media campaigns highlighting public health issues for young adults and families
  • Assist youth in community mapping to identify public health issues within the community

 Requirements

  • Public Health major
  • Strong verbal and written communication
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to work well in teams
  • Strong work ethic and attention to detail
  • Work with organizational partners to elicit, articulate, and document requirements that capture organization needs.
  • Must have basic computer skills
  • Self-starter, analytical thinker with initiative who can manage multiple tasks and adapt and respond quickly to a fast-paced environment

 Qualifications

  • High School Diploma / GED
  • Pursuing a degree in Public Health, or related field

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Stem Intern position- P/T & F/T

Elmcor Youth

Major: Any •

Core duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Create STEM Lesson Plans aligned to common core and for the purpose of STEM career exposure and exploration through various methods

  • Co-facilitate and/ or facilitate at least one group during the week (includes Saturdays)
  • Provide positive youth development activities
  • Provide Summer STEM Enrichment Activities
  • Able to work with grades 4th to 12th
  • Able to provide academic support to 8th graders in preparation for NYSED Science test
  • Ensure the health, safety, and well-being of participants
  • Record keeping (i.e., attendance, lesson plans, class summaries)
  • Data collection (report card grades Science and Math and NYSED Science test grades)
  • All other assigned tasks
  • Part-time & Full-time opportunities available

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Youth Worker - Paid Summer Internship (Temporary Full-time)

Global Kids

New York

Major: Any •

Summary

Global Kids educates, activates, and inspires young people from underserved communities to take action on critical issues facing our world. Global Kids, Inc. is seeking dynamic, hard-working, and creative individuals who are experienced in and/or committed to youth development, global education, and social action, and are interested in working in GK’s summer programs located in New York City public middle & elementary schools and supported by DYCD SONYC Initiative. We are seeking to fill multiple positions for our summer program - July 5th to August 12th or 19th with the potential for part-time employment in our after-school programs this fall.  COVID-19 vaccination is required. All positions will be in-person.

 

Responsibilities include:

  • Co-facilitate interactive, experiential workshops and activities for middle school and/ elementary school youth.
  • Serve as a positive, encouraging & affirming mentor for GK middle school youth.
  • Help with group management including supporting positive group interactions, monitoring group transitions between activities, and ensuring safety during check-in and dismissal and throughout the program hours.
  • Assist with supervising students, including ensuring that students are never left on their own.
  • Assist with chaperoning trips.
  • Help with collecting program documents and attendance.
  • Follow all guidelines and protocols outlined by Global Kids, the Department of Education, the Department of Youth and Community Development, and the Department of Health.

 

Hours/Wages/Benefits:

Group Leaders will be required to work from July 5, 2022 to August 12, 2022 or August 19, 2022 plus an additional week of orientation and training, June 27th to July 1st for approximately 35 hours a week. Salary is $18 an hour. GK staff also have access to retail discounts through our Professional Employer Organization (PEO).


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CUNY Internship to Employment Opportunity

CUNY

New York

Major: Any •

CUNY Internship to Employment (I2E) provides opportunities for recent CUNY graduates to intern for 8-weeks with NYC small businesses, with the aim of converting the internship into employment. As a part of this program, CUNY offers professional development workshops for all I2E participants.

 

The two-phased program allows small businesses located in New York City to hire recent CUNY graduates for an 8-week internship that is fully paid by CUNY (Phase 1) and offers the small business the option to hire the intern upon completion of the internship and receive a partial wage subsidy for up to 35 hours per week for up to 24 weeks (Phase 2).

 

Program Details:

  • Employer partners and job opportunities span all industries
  • CUNY recruits recent CUNY graduates from a variety of majors
  • The 8-week internship period happens twice a year: Summer and Winter
  • Interns are vetted and matched with businesses based on job descriptions and skill requirements
  • Businesses interview candidates before selecting which intern to hire
  • Interns are paid $15/hour for 35 hours of work per week, covered by CUNY payroll
  • CUNY I2E prioritizes businesses that show strong potential to hire their interns upon completion of the internship
  • Employers that extend employment to the intern will receive a wage subsidy of $8 per hour for 24 weeks
  • CUNY provides professional development sessions for both Interns and new hires 

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Undergraduate Philanthropy Intern

Gray Foundation

Midtown East, NY

Major: Any •

Position Overview

The Gray Foundation seeks to hire a current CUNY undergraduate to support data and communications functions in preparation for implementing a new grants management system. In addition to performing these valuable functions, the intern will have the opportunity to join internal and external meetings with the team and learn about grantmaking and nonprofit management. Responsibilities include:

  • Update partner contact information to facilitate timely and targeted communications
  • Gather key documents (e.g., IRS letters, annual reports, financial statements, board lists) from grantees or publicly available sources
  • Organize grantee digital records files
  • Draft LinkedIn posts that amplify the work of the foundation and its partners.
  • Other responsibilities, as needed

 

We are an engaged and collaborative team. We prioritize our team’s well-being and value flexibility but believe some aspects of our work are best done together. Conditions permitting, we aspire to be in the office (Midtown East) at least 3 days per week. This position pays $20/hour.

 

Who You Are

Have you ever wondered how nonprofits raise the money to carry out their missions or how philanthropy and governments work together?  Are you interested in cancer research and/or youth development? Are you a quick study who is eager to learn from and contribute to a small, but mighty team? If you answer “yes” to these questions, please consider applying to be our Intern.  No prior experience is required, but curiosity and commitment to the mission are essential.  The position does not require travel, but the intern may have the opportunity to participate in site visits to grantees.


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CUNY Startups Coordinator

CUNY Startups & Baruch College

New York

Major: Any •

Lawrence N. Field Center for Entrepreneurship at Baruch College- Blackstone LaunchPad University Partnership

As a partner university, the Blackstone LaunchPad program adds additional value to the existing entrepreneurial-skill development programs at the Lawrence N. Field Center for Entrepreneurship at the Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College.

 

Position Description

CUNY Startups (http://cunystartups.com) is seeking an intern to assist with its startup programs. The intern will work closely with the executive and associate directors to help coordinate and market CUNY Startups programs.

As a startup coordinator you would:

  • Coordinate events and programs with the Executive Director (ED) of CUNY Startups
  • Assist with promoting CUNY Startups events and programming
  • Coordinate presenters/speakers
  • Facilitate programming- workshops, record and edit virtual programming, etc.
  • Support programming efforts
  • Update Google Sheets that contain participant information
  • Coordinate with mentors, judges, and investors
  • Other duties as assigned

 

Compensation

  • Hourly Pay: $20
  • Hours per week: 15 

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Intern position-Fall 2022

Freda Thomas Business Consulting

Remote

Major: Any •

THIS JOB IS FOR YOU IF YOU LOVE WORKING IN A FUN, EXCITING, FAST-PACED, TECH SAVVY ENVIRONMENT. YOU WILL HELP THE ORGANIZATION AND THIS DYNAMIC CEO/FOUNDERTO GET THINGS DONE. YOU PRIDE YOURSELF ON STARTING YOUR WORKDAY ON TIME.

YOU KNOW HOW TO THINK AND ACT IN A SEQUENTIAL MANNER– PRIORITIES FIRST, THEN EVERYTHING ELSE. YOU LOVE BEING THE GO-TO PERSON IN THE ORGANIZATION. YOU WILL INTERACT WITH CLIENTS, REVIEW REQUEST FROM CLIENTS ON LINKEDIN FOR RESUME,LINKEDIN PROFILE, AND CAREER COACHING SUPPORT, UPDATE THE COMPANY’S WEBSITE AND GOOGLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY, RESPOND TO EMAILS, POST NEWSLETTERS CREATED BYTHE CEO TO SOCIAL MEDIA, AND SO MUCH MORE.

THE CEO OF THIS COMPANY CARES ABOUT EMPLOYEES AND IS EASY TO GET ALONG WITH. THIS COMPANY HAS BEEN IN EXISTENCEFOR TWELVE YEARS. THIS IS A BUSINESS ADVISORY FIRM FOCUSED ON HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, RESUMES, AND LINKEDIN PROFILE CREATION, AND CAREER COACHING. THEOWNER HOLDS AN MBA, THE COMPANY IS A CERTIFIED MINORITY ENTERPRISE.

THE CEO IS AN AUTHOR/TRAINER FOR LINKEDIN LEARNING. CEO THOMAS WAS NAMED ENTREPRENEUROF THE YEAR. SHE’S A TWO-TIME SELF-PUBLISHED AUTHOR AND WINNER OF THE SMALL BUSINESS BOOK AWARD. LEARN MORE AT CONSULTFLT.COM; VISIT THE LINKEDIN PAGE.

 HERE’S WHAT AN ORDINARY DAY MIGHT ENTAIL:
• First thing everyday, you open the smartsheet application to review task assigned to you. Don’t worry, you will be trained to use
Smartsheet and other applications and it’s very easy
• Review duties and tasks assigned to you and act on them in the order required
• You will help the CEO stay on top of and track projects in the pipeline, responding to deliverables by their due date
• You will email intake forms to new prospects and have them complete them, then follow-up after sending forms and other material
• You monitor request for services through LinkedIn and via email and respond
• You’re great on the phone and via email, using words kindly, thank you, we appreciate
• Manage social media, posting to the company website, Google business directory, LinkedIn, and Facebook
• You will receive training for every system utilized

Valuable training on the latest collaboration tools, Calendly, smartsheet, LinkedIn’s service page,
posting to Google Business Directory+++ more technology.


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QED Research Experience for Undergraduates

Queens Experience In Discrete Math (QED)-Sponsored by National Science Foundation (NSF)

Hybrid- Remote & In-Person at York College

Major: Mathematics and Science •

Program Overview

The Queens Experience in Discrete Mathematics (QED) is an academic-year Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU), sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF). QED aims to give students, who are passionate and curious about mathematics, the opportunity to do research in a supportive and student-centered environment. Our REU is hosted at York College, of the City University of New York. York College is located in Queens, New York, one of the most diverse counties in the country. Support for this program has been provided by the NSF through REU Award Number DMS 2150251. The Principal Investigator is Dr. Rishi Nath and the co-Principal Investigator is Dr. Edoardo Carta.

Program Details

This REU is an academic-year REU, and each cycle runs from August to May. Participants will be required to attend meetings twice a week during the duration of the program. Students should expect some meetings to take place in person and some to take place online. That is, we anticipate the program to adopt a hybrid model. Participants will receive a stipend of about $9,000 (pending approval) and will have access to mobile electronic devices for the duration of the program. Additionally, students will have the opportunity to receive up to 6 credits towards their degrees for their work in this REU. We anticipate our program to accept up to 10 students per academic year.


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DCAS Summer Internships-Paid

NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS)

New York

Major: Any •

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Intern Position-Fall 2022

NYPIRG

QCC Campus, Bayside NY

Major: Any •

The NYPIRG internship program is designed to demonstrate to students how grassroots student activism can create concrete social, governmental, economic, and environmental change. Interns will work both in person and remotely, depending on the most recent covid guidelines on campus. Students will have an experiential learning opportunity by working directly with NYPIRG staff.

NYPIRG has fought for the public interest and engaged in grassroots political organizing for over 45 years. We are currently seeking interns for the Fall 2022 semester. This internship will give you hands-on experience in grassroots organizing and academic credit through the Urban Studies Internship Program (UBST101).

Interns will apply the activism skills developed through the program to organize students on a specific campaign. The program offers students a unique opportunity to see how political organizing happens from the beginning to the end of a campaign through hands-on experience. Some skills interns will develop include public speaking, time management, persuasive speaking, research, advocacy, writing, and more.


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AIRnyc Summer Program, Community Health Worker- Street Outreach

AIRnyc

Bronx, NY

Major: Public Health •

Summary

In neighborhoods across New York City where the rates of poverty and chronic disease are highest, AIRnyc’s Community Health Workers (CHWs) meet people where they live to improve health, connect families to care and build health equity. As New York City emerges from COVID-19, AIRnyc is dedicated to helping people most impacted not only by this pandemic, but by years of structural racism and lack of access to health, justice and economic mobility.

AIRnyc applauds the recent Board of Health’s resolution recognizing racism as a public health crisis. For almost 20 years, AIRnyc has been working to reduce barriers to health in partnership with health care delivery systems, managed care organizations, government, community based organizations and, most importantly, the people we serve.

 

Background

AIRnyc is actively recruiting Community Health Workers (CHWs) to participate in a 10-week, outreach summer program. Additionally, this program will include a 35-hour comprehensive training program which will encompass on building the CHW skillset, COVID-19 focused information and general public health knowledge. This is a great opportunity for current college students who are interested in summer work within the public health realm. This exciting role calls for people who are ready and able to connect with community members through community settings within the South Bronx. CHWs will provide one-on-one and family level support related to COVID-19 (vaccination, testing, treatment) while also offering navigation support to health and social care resources in neighborhoods most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. This position is grant-funded by the NYC Department of Health and Fund for Public Health of New York. CHWs will be provided a competitive hourly wage.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

The core responsibilities of an AIRnyc CHW may include:

  • Conduct outreach, personal and group educational sessions, or participate in activities to engage people who have missed or who avoid traditional healthcare to increase knowledge of available health and social services
  • Provide weekly educational sessions covering COVID-19 topics as well as health education and social service navigation
  • Offer one-on-one support in-person at the offices of community partners in the South Bronx to screen and provide referrals to services to patients
  • Participate in neighborhood coalition meetings to contribute to neighborhood emergency preparedness, community preparedness and to share updates on data and learnings of community needs
  • Interview community members in the South Bronx using techniques that help them find the self-motivation to improve the ways they care for themselves (Motivational Interviewing)
  • Provide person-to-person support to help people meet their health goals and promote lifestyle changes
  • Document activities, visits, touchpoints, check-ins, assessments, and education sessions and prepare reports on a routine basis and as needed
  • Attend and actively participate in regularly scheduled group meetings with other CHWs, community groups, program supervisors, and referring partners and providers

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Freight Forwarding Logistics Internship (Full-time/Part-time)

Janel Group

Garden City, NY

Major: Any •

Janel Group is seeking a freight-forwarding logistics intern to join our JFK Branch team! The logistics industry is ever-growing, and we want you to be a part of the Janel difference. We’re a growing organization with global reach that is built around the importance of a local, personal touch. This paid internship will immerse you in the fun and exciting logistics and customs industries! If you’re a high-energy, focused student looking to build your customs brokerage and/or freight-forwarding experience with a fast-paced industry leader, we'd love to talk!

This internship is based in our Garden City, NY Office and will last 3-6 months starting in Summer 2022. FT and PT opportunity aligned with schooling schedule. Looking to hire immediately.

 

What You Will Do:

  • Work alongside experienced industry professionals to learn the day-to-day functions of freight forwarding logistics
  • Provide administrative and operational support to the Branch Manager and other departments including data entry, ISF filings (customs compliance), open and closing files, etc.
  • Contribute to the development of a best-in-class Customs Brokerage service product
  • Collaborate with the team to deliver outstanding customer service while leveraging opportunities to grow our business
  • Learn how to drive results through identify, prioritizing, and resolving service challenges in a fast-paced environment
  • Gain continuous knowledge of supply-chain based software systems including CargoWise
  • Apply your curriculum knowledge and experiences across multiple areas of the transportation and logistics industry to make a real impact in our organization

 

Janel Group provides the following:

Working at Janel Group provides all team members with the opportunity to play a key role in building something great with talented, supportive colleagues in a friendly environment. Think of this as a mentorship rather than just an internship!

What you get from an internship with Janel Group:

  • The opportunity to be considered for full-time employment with Janel Group post-internship
  • Hands-on experience in the freight-forwarding, customs, logistics, and supply chain fields
  • Mentorship and support from professionals with several years of experience directly in the field
  • Internship certificate of completion
  • The opportunity for a letter of recommendation from management
  • Great culture and fun working environment!

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Appraisal Procurement Processing Intern

Maspeth Federal Savings

Maspeth, NY

Major: Any •

Department: Loans - Appraisal Procurement

Position: Appraisal Procurement Processing Intern

Reports to: Appraisal Procurement Supervisor

Description: It is the responsibility of the person in this position to assist in the assigning and review of new appraisals.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Answer telephone inquiries from different mortgage departments as well as Appraisers, brokers, & customers.
  • Assist with all duties pertaining to appraisals
  • Assignment of appraisal orders
  • Appraisal reviews/Annual desk reviews
  • Appraisal/Inspection payment process
  • Commercial proposals/Fee quote requests
  • Run daily outstanding appraisal reports for status updates/follow-ups
  • Maintain up-to-date records of Appraiser Licenses and Insurances

 

The internships are paid, $20 per hour, working 20–25 hours per week, and they are in person, mostly at our Main Office located at 56-18 69th Street Maspeth NY 11378, or the Loan Center located at 56-05 69th Street, Maspeth NY 11378. If they apply for the Retail Bank Teller position they could be placed in any one of our 6 branch locations throughout the area.


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Core Banking Intern

Maspeth Federal Savings

Maspeth, NY

Major: Any •

Job Description

Under the general direction of the Director of Core Banking and direct supervision of the Core Banking staff, the Core Banking Intern will assist in support and maintenance of applications and interfaces to the bank’s core system and will also participate in the department’s rollout of new products. This person will help the department with the maintenance and testing of Online Banking, Mobile Banking, Zelle, Instant Issue Debit Cards, as well as maintaining the ATM fleet. The Core Banking Intern will work closely with the team to make sure all applications are well maintained.

Reports to

  • Director of Core Banking

Primary Responsibilities

  • Maintains commitment to keeping current knowledge of the industry. Attends webinars and training on new products and upgrades of existing products
  • Participates in the department’s management of the Core data application and stays informed of all system updates
  • Under direct supervision, assists the team with new and upgraded software applications that integrate with the Core application
  • Tests functionality of the MFS Mobile app, including all app store updates
  • Communicates with the bank’s Core vendor, COCC, on issues that need escalation
  • Performs basic troubleshooting of software when needed
  • Sets up new users' accounts and profiles and responds to password issues.
  • Assists in maintaining the ATM fleet
  • Other duties as needed

 

The internships are paid, $20 per hour, working 20–25 hours per week, and they are in person, mostly at our Main Office located at 56-18 69th Street Maspeth NY 11378, or the Loan Center located at 56-05 69th Street, Maspeth NY 11378. If they apply for the Retail Bank Teller position they could be placed in any one of our 6 branch locations throughout the area.


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Writer/Journalist Internship

The Borgen Project

Remote

Major: Any •

The Borgen Project is an innovative, national campaign that is working to make poverty a focus of U.S. foreign policy. This is a 12-week, part-time, unpaid internship. However, if your availability is limited, you can work ahead and complete the program in fewer weeks. 

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 one article per week.
  • Research topics.
  • Assist with advocacy efforts.
  • Assist with fundraising. Create a personal fundraising campaign and meet targets.

Start Date: New programs begin every month, you choose the month you wish to start.


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Public Relations/Marketing Internship

The Borgen Project

Remote

Major: Any •

The Borgen Project is hiring a Public Relations/Marketing Intern who will work remotely. This public relations intern will be involved in a variety of aspects of marketing and communications.

  • Create a branding campaign.
  • Conduct an informal focus group and gather feedback for market research.
  • Pitch story ideas to print, broadcast and digital media.
  • Create and implement a fundraising strategy.
  • Plan, market and present at an informational meeting.
  • Utilize social media and develop strategies for web-based messaging.
  • Assist with The Borgen Project's advocacy efforts.

Details: This is an unpaid internship, although college credit is available. The internship is 12-hours per week for 12-weeks. However, if your availability is limited, you can work ahead and complete the program in fewer weeks.

Start Date: New programs begin every month, you choose the month you wish to start.


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Political Affairs Internship

The Borgen Project

Remote

Major: Any •

The Borgen Project is an innovative, national campaign that is working to make poverty a focus of U.S. foreign policy. This is a part-time 12-hours per week, unpaid telecommuting internship. The internship is for 12 weeks, however, if your availability is limited, you can work ahead and complete the program in fewer weeks.

Responsibilities will include leading public and political outreach in your state and district.

  • Meet with members of Congress and/or Congressional staffers in your State and District.
  • Represent The Borgen Project at various business, political and community events.
  • Assist with fundraising. Create a personal fundraising campaign and meet targets.
  • Mobilize individuals to contact their members of Congress in support of key poverty-reduction legislation.
  • As needed, speak to groups, classes and organizations.
  • Write letters of support for key programs to political leaders, media and other groups.

Start Date: New programs begin every month, you choose the month you wish to start.


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Nonprofit Leadership Internship

The Borgen Project

Remote

Major: Any •

The Borgen Project is an innovative, national campaign that is working to make poverty a focus of U.S. foreign policy. This is a part-time 12-hours per week, unpaid telecommuting internship. The internship is for 12 weeks, however, if your availability is limited, you can work ahead and complete the program in fewer weeks.

 

The role will give an insight into the key skills required to lead and develop a nonprofit organization.

Advocacy Leadership Development – Meet with members of Congress and/or Congressional staffers in your State and District; represent The Borgen Project at various business, political and community events; mobilize individuals to contact their members of Congress in support of key poverty-reduction legislation.

Fundraising Development – Learn how to fundraise. Create a personal fundraising campaign and meet targets.

Recruitment – Update job postings; inform groups and classes of openings, introduce to recruitment platforms and listen in to interviews.

Marketing and Promotion – Pitch story ideas to print, broadcast and digital media and utilize social media and develop strategies for web-based messaging.

 

Details: This is an unpaid internship, although college credit is available. 

Start Date: New programs begin every month, you choose the month you wish to start.


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HR Internship

The Borgen Project

Remote

Major: Any •

The Borgen Project believes that leaders of the most powerful nation on earth should be doing more to address global poverty. The innovative, national campaign works to make poverty a focus of U.S. foreign policy.

The Borgen Project is hiring HR Ambassadors who will work remotely. The role of This human resource will focus on national recruitment as well as teaching you the basics of HR Management, Recruiting & Selection and Staff Training & Development.

  • Update job postings using various platforms (when applicable).
  • Inform groups and classes of openings.
  • Everyone who is part of the organization assists the team with fundraising, 25-hours of this position is dedicated to creating and implementing a personal fundraising campaign.
  • Assist with advocacy efforts.

Details: This is an unpaid internship, although college credit is available. The HR internship is 12-hours per week for 12-weeks.  However, if your availability is limited, you can work ahead and complete the program in fewer weeks.

Start Date: New programs begin every month, you choose the month you wish to start.


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Audio Engineer Internship

New Jerusalem Worship Center

Jamaica, NY

Major: Film and Media Production • Art and Design • Digital Art and Design •

Description

New Jerusalem Worship Center is a long-standing and impactful community service organization. New Jerusalem has a sweeping and palpable impact on the Queens community. New Jerusalem Worship Center is looking for an intern to join our Multimedia department team and learn the ropes of managing multimedia tools in the midst of a hectic and exciting production schedule. The intern hired for this position should expect to be involved in all aspects of the productions of our multiple live services and programs.

The purpose of the Multimedia Department at New Jerusalem Worship Center is to carry the Gospel of Jesus Christ to our visually-driven, ever changing world through the use of technology and media, and to equip other ministries of the church to use digital and electronic media as a worship and outreach tool. This department provides the technical support required for our worship services.

 

Department Outline

Although this department covers all local church needs that have to do with audio and visual technology, the most requested and needed functions of the department include:

  • Broadcasting live audio and video to the worship center and internet.
  • Recording audio and video during regular church services and special events.
  • Audio and video editing or recorded services and other special events for archive, broadcast and production.
  • Providing audio and video support for evangelistic outreach and other special events outside of the church building.

 

Role and Responsibilities:
Audio Engineer –

  • Controls the setup for all audio equipment and instruments used on the stage.
  • Controls the volume levels for all mics and the mix in the media booth.
  • Sunday services as well mid-week, special services, funerals, weddings and programs attendance required.
  • Ability to receive audible instructions in real-time and react promptly and precisely
  • Flexibility to follow the stage director’s lead


Compensation/Benefits:

  • $15-20/ hour
  • Hands-on Experience/Training

 

Schedule:
Part-time; Must be available on weekends/Sundays

 

Length of the internship:

Indefinite; opportunity for hire


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Graphic Designer Internship

New Jerusalem Worship Center

Jamaica, NY

Major: Film and Media Production • Art and Design • Digital Art and Design •

Description

New Jerusalem Worship Center is a long-standing and impactful community service organization. New Jerusalem has a sweeping and palpable impact on the Queens community. New Jerusalem Worship Center is looking for an intern to join our Multimedia department team and learn the ropes of managing multimedia tools in the midst of a hectic and exciting production schedule. The intern hired for this position should expect to be involved in all aspects of the productions of our multiple live services and programs.

The purpose of the Multimedia Department at New Jerusalem Worship Center is to carry the Gospel of Jesus Christ to our visually-driven, ever changing world through the use of technology and media, and to equip other ministries of the church to use digital and electronic media as a worship and outreach tool. This department provides the technical support required for our worship services.

 

Department Outline

Although this department covers all local church needs that have to do with audio and visual technology, the most requested and needed functions of the department include:

  • Broadcasting live audio and video to the worship center and internet.
  • Recording audio and video during regular church services and special events.
  • Audio and video editing or recorded services and other special events for archive, broadcast and production.
  • Providing audio and video support for evangelistic outreach and other special events outside of the church building.

 

Role and Responsibilities:
Graphic Designer –

  • Familiar with desktop publishing software like InDesign, Photoshop Elements or others that are similar for layout and image creation.
  • Consistent promotion of events and announcements through our website, signage and other digital media.
  • Sunday services as well as mid-week, special services, funerals, weddings and programs attendance required.
  • Experience with IMAG/ProPresenter a plus

 

Compensation/Benefits:

  • $15-20/ hour
  • Hands-on Experience/Training

 

Schedule:

Part-time; Must be available on weekends/Sundays

 

Length of the internship:

Indefinite; opportunity for hire


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Video Camera Operator Internship

New Jerusalem Worship Center

Jamaica, NY

Major: Film and Media Production • Art and Design • Digital Art and Design •

Description

New Jerusalem Worship Center is a long-standing and impactful community service organization. New Jerusalem has a sweeping and palpable impact on the Queens community. New Jerusalem Worship Center is looking for an intern to join our Multimedia department team and learn the ropes of managing multimedia tools in the midst of a hectic and exciting production schedule. The intern hired for this position should expect to be involved in all aspects of the productions of our multiple live services and programs.

The purpose of the Multimedia department at New Jerusalem Worship Center is to carry the Gospel of Jesus Christ to our visually-driven, ever changing world through the use of technology and media, and to equip other ministries of the church to use digital and electronic media as a worship and outreach tool. This department provides the technical support required for our worship services.

 

Department Outline

Although this department covers all local church needs that have to do with audio and visual technology, the most requested and needed functions of the department include:

  • Broadcasting live audio and video to the worship center and internet.
  • Recording audio and video during regular church services and special events.
  • Audio and video editing or recorded services and other special events for archive, broadcast and production.
  • Providing audio and video support for evangelistic outreach and other special events outside of the church building.

 

Role and Responsibilities:

Video Camera Operator –

  • The camera operators work behind the camera during services
  • They act as the eyes of the stage director.
  • Ability to receive audible instructions in real-time and react promptly and precisely
  • Flexibility to follow the stage director’s lead

 

Compensation/Benefits:

  • $15-20/ hour
  • Hands-on, and developmental experience/Training

 

Schedule:

Part-time; Must be available on weekends/Sundays

 

Length of the internship:

Indefinite; opportunity for hire


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Photographer/Videographer Internship

New Jerusalem Worship Center

Jamaica, NY

Major: Film and Media Production • Art and Design • Digital Art and Design •

Description

New Jerusalem Worship Center is a long-standing and impactful community service organization. New Jerusalem has a sweeping and palpable impact on the Queens community. New Jerusalem Worship Center is looking for an intern to join our Multimedia department team and learn the ropes of managing multimedia tools in the midst of a hectic and exciting production schedule. The intern hired for this position should expect to be involved in all aspects of the productions of our multiple live services and programs.

The purpose of the Multimedia department at New Jerusalem Worship Center is to carry the Gospel of Jesus Christ to our visually-driven, ever changing world through the use of technology and media, and to equip other ministries of the church to use digital and electronic media as a worship and outreach tool. This department provides the technical support required for our worship services.

 

Department Outline

Although this department covers all local church needs that have to do with audio and visual technology, the most requested and needed functions of the department include:

  • Broadcasting live audio and video to the worship center and internet.
  • Recording audio and video during regular church services and special events.
  • Audio and video editing or recorded services and other special events for archive, broadcast and production.
  • Providing audio and video support for evangelistic outreach and other special events outside of the church building.

 

Role and Responsibilities:

Photographer/Videographer –

  • Experience using a digital camera, and familiar with sharing files online.
  • Responsible for taking pictures/videos of special events and services.
  • Procuring high-quality pictures including those of church life, services and events. Pictures must be taken and edited on a regular basis.
  • Sunday services as well as mid-week, special services, funerals, weddings and programs attendance required.

 

Compensation/Benefits:

  • $15-20/ hour
  • Hands-on Experience/Training

 

Schedule:

Part-time; Must be available on weekends/Sundays

 

Length of the internship:

Indefinite; opportunity for hire


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Web Team Internship

New Jerusalem Worship Center

Jamaica, NY

Major: Film and Media Production • Art and Design • Digital Art and Design •

Description

New Jerusalem Worship Center is a long-standing and impactful community service organization. New Jerusalem has a sweeping and palpable impact on the Queens community. New Jerusalem Worship Center is looking for an intern to join our Multimedia department team and learn the ropes of managing multimedia tools in the midst of a hectic and exciting production schedule. The intern hired for this position should expect to be involved in all aspects of the productions of our multiple live services and programs.

The purpose of the Multimedia department at New Jerusalem Worship Center is to carry the Gospel of Jesus Christ to our visually-driven, ever changing world through the use of technology and media, and to equip other ministries of the church to use digital and electronic media as a worship and outreach tool. This department provides the technical support required for our worship services.

 

Department Outline

Although this department covers all local church needs that have to do with audio and visual technology, the most requested and needed functions of the department include:

  • Broadcasting live audio and video to the worship center and internet.
  • Recording audio and video during regular church services and special events.
  • Audio and video editing or recorded services and other special events for archive, broadcast and production.
  • Providing audio and video support for evangelistic outreach and other special events outside of the church building.

 

Role and Responsibilities:

Web Team –

  • The web team member will contribute to content by using writing, editing, or photography skills and software.
  • This team member also provides content and maintenance for our Facebook and social media sites.
  • Sunday services, as well as mid-week, special services, funerals, weddings and programs, require your participation.

 

Compensation/Benefits:

  • $15-20/ hour
  • Hands-on, and developmental experience/Training

 

Schedule:

Part-time; Must be available on weekends/Sundays

 

Length of the internship:

Indefinite; opportunity for hire


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IMAG/ProPresenter Operator Internship

New Jerusalem Worship Center

Jamaica, NY

Major: Film and Media Production • Art and Design • Digital Art and Design •

Description

New Jerusalem Worship Center is a long-standing and impactful community service organization. New Jerusalem has a sweeping and palpable impact on the Queens community. New Jerusalem Worship Center is looking for an intern to join our Multimedia department team and learn the ropes of managing multimedia tools in the midst of a hectic and exciting production schedule. The intern hired for this position should expect to be involved in all aspects of the productions of our multiple live services and programs.

The purpose of the Multimedia department at New Jerusalem Worship Center is to carry
the Gospel of Jesus Christ to our visually-driven, ever changing world through the use of
technology and media, and to equip other ministries of the church to use digital and
electronic media as a worship and outreach tool. This department provides the technical
support required for our worship services.

 

Department Outline

Although this department covers all local church needs that have to do with audio and visual technology, the most requested and needed functions of the department include:

  • Broadcasting live audio and video to the worship center and internet.
  • Recording audio and video during regular church services and special events.
  • Audio and video editing or recorded services and other special events for archive, broadcast and production.
  • Providing audio and video support for evangelistic outreach and other special events outside of the church building.

 

Role and Responsibilities:
IMAG/ProPresenter Operator –

  • Intermediate experience with IMAG/ProPresenter required
  • Weekly update and change lyrics, announcements, sermons notes, etc. that are projected on the projection screens.
  • Familiar with desktop publishing software like InDesign, Photoshop, etc. that work in tandem with ProPresenter.
  • Consistent promotion of events and announcements through our website, signage and other digital media.
  • Sunday services as well as mid-week, special services, funerals, weddings and programs attendance required.

 

Compensation/Benefits:

  • $15-20/ hour
  • Hands-on and Developmental Experience/Training

 

Schedule:

Part-time; Must be available on weekends/Sundays

 

Length of the internship:

Indefinite; opportunity for hire


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Marketing Campaign Analyst – Summer Intern (Unpaid)

CJP Delivers

Rockville Center, NY across from train station

Major: Any •

The position would be full-time, we're pretty flexible to the student's schedules and whatnot but would certainly prefer someone who can fulfill as many hours as possible. We'd likely plan to start June 6th for the summer term lasting until around August 19th with the opportunity to extend the internship into the fall semester if desired.

This is an unpaid internship offering full academic credit.

 

Internship Objective

  1. Build marketing plans that will educate the consumer on the benefits of using our products, such as lowering energy costs with LED Lighting
  2. Prepare marketing proposals and presentations based on company needs
  3. Create ads or pieces of content to send messages to consumers about our products
  4. Effectively produce ad content and design by using Digital Art technology
  5. Design a retail store website 
  6. Strategically plan a more effective Brand for CJP Delivers
  7. Creating effective posts for new CJP Delivers product line
  8. Work on pricing models
  9. Exploring new product line

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Summer Literacy Tutor – Internship

Reading Partners

Major: Any •

Reading Partners is a local literacy nonprofit that partners directly with under-resourced elementary schools, and empowers community volunteers to work one-on-one with students who struggle with reading. No prior experience is required, as we provide volunteers with all of the materials needed to implement effective lessons under the supervision and guidance of a full-time staff member.  Our Reading Centers’ schedules vary, but in general operate Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8:00 and 4:00 pm. We provide both in-person and virtual tutoring opportunities.

 

We are seeking Interns who are able to assist the staff Site Coordinator with tutoring and possible organizational projects.  Summer interns are expected to work from July 11-August 11.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Working one-on-one with elementary school students reading below grade level, using our structured curriculum.
  • Assisting in running the tutoring center, including substitute tutoring.
  • Assisting in volunteer management of tutors along with preparing and coordinating tutoring materials for volunteers.
  • Able to commit to up to 20 hours per week.
  • Both in-person and virtual opportunities.

 

Additional training, resources, and professional development are provided to all volunteer interns. Letters of recommendation are available upon successful completion of term. This is an unpaid opportunity. Qualifies for FWS, Service Learning, and Credit opportunities.


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NYPD Internship (Unpaid-For College Credit Only)

NYPD

5 boroughs of NYC

Major: Criminal Justice •

Description: Are you interested in an internship where you can work for the NYPD in exchange for college credit?   The NYPD Partners in Education Program places interns in various commands throughout the five boroughs.  The program is designed to complement academic study with hands-on experience and help develop invaluable job readiness skills. You will be both attending school as well going to the job site to fulfill your internship hours requirements.

In-Person

Part-Time

Unpaid-For College Credit Only- In order to receive the college credit, once accepted into the program you must register for UBST101 with Dr. Tricarico- dtricarico@qcc.cuny.edu

Location: 5 boroughs of NYC- depending on your location


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Basketball School Intern

First Shot

Queens, NY

Major: Any •

Currently, we have two internship opportunities available for responsible people who would eventually like to teach the game of basketball.

Duties now include checking vaccination cards, maintaining security for anyone entering, taking attendance, score keeping, maintaining equipment, and assisting teachers who are instructing.

Being a First Shot teacher is a hands-on job offering immediate satisfaction to anyone who enjoys working with children and who is interested in pursuing a teaching/early education/sports career.

Our classes are held at public schools in Rego Park and Queens Village, Saturday and Sunday mornings from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM.

Interns will receive compensation for transportation and lunch.

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NYPD Summer Graduate Intern

New York City Police Department

Various work locations available in Manhattan and Queens.

Major: Any •

The NYC Police Department is seeking interested GRADUATE and LAW SCHOOL students for our 2022 Summer Internship Program.  Summer Interns are employed in various NYPD commands for up to 13 weeks between June and September 2022.



Intern duties may include the following:

   • Preparation of spreadsheet and reports
   • Research
   • Statistical analysis
   • Computer work requiring intermediate level computer skills and/or knowledge of specific applications and programs
   • Accounting or bookkeeping duties
   • Legal research and paralegal work
   • Forensic science analysis and research
   • Assistance on projects related to policy initiatives

 

Hours/Shift

FULL TIME - 35 Hours per week


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NYPD Summer College Intern

New York City Police Department

Various work locations in Manhattan and Queens.

Major: Any •

The NYC Police Department is seeking UNDERGRADUATE COLLEGE students for our 2022 Summer Internship Program.  Summer Interns are employed in various NYPD commands for up to 13 weeks between June and September 2022.

 

Intern duties may include the following:

   • Preparation of spreadsheets and reports
   • Research
   • Statistical analysis
   • Computer work requiring intermediate level computer skills and/or knowledge of specific applications and programs
   • Accounting or bookkeeping duties
   • Legal research and paralegal work
   • Forensic science analysis and research
   • Assistance with specific reengineering initiatives


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Sports Summer Intern

New York Post

Manhattan, NY

Major: Any • Liberal Arts and Sciences - Liberal Arts and Sciences - Liberal Studies •

The New York Post has been telling stories for over 200 years. Every day, we work relentlessly to uncover and tell the stories you can't resist.  Founded as a newspaper, the New York Post has evolved into a national digital brand. Our flagship sites, nypost.com and pagesix.com. Decider.com and all of our digital products and social channels are infused with the flavor and style of the original newspaper, but also purpose-built for the digital age.

 

Want to know what it’s like to be a sports journalist in 2021?  We will provide you with all the experiences necessary for you to understand what it takes to thrive in this fast-paced, ever-changing industry.

 

We are seeking a motivated Sports Intern to join the Best Sports Team in Town!

 

Responsibilities:

  • Write and edit stories for digital and print publications, initially with guidance from editors

  • Work on tight deadlines, producing stories in a timely fashion.

  • Cover live events, such as MLB games or NFL practices, or press conferences.

  • Uncover new stories and effectively pitch them for publication.


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Sports Night Video Intern

New York Post

Manhattan, NY

Major: Any • Art and Design • Digital Art and Design •

The New York Post is the nation’s oldest newspaper with “The Best Sports in Town” Our sports team breaks stories first, offers the most insightful analysis and commentary and tracks all the off-field news as well. The Post is collaborating with the cable network SNY to build a video team that covers the best of New York Sports. The legacy of our great headlines conveys the attributes of our videos: bold, irreverent, judgmental and clever. We seek someone who lives, eats and breathes New York sports and appreciates serious sports news as well as quirky stories.

We are currently seeking an Intern for our sports video team. You have a keen knowledge and interest in New York sports and can help us create savvy, fun and informative digital-native video content.  You will be responsible for daily tasks like production assisting, proofreading and copy editing, and working with our on-air talent and producers to turn our creative ideas into video packages.

Our internships are paid and required to work at least 20 hours per week. The work schedule is Monday-Friday from 4 pm to 12 am.

This is an opportunity to join an iconic media brand as it continues to experience exponential digital growth. New York Post videos have received more than a billion views in the last year.


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Paid Internship Opportunity: Teaching in NYC Schools

Mentoring in Medicine

Major: Biology • Health Sciences •

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Campaign Internship with Layla Law-Gisiko

Layla Law-Gisiko

New York

Major: Any •

Students with democratic values who are interested in fighting for a better State and District and learning how to win a campaign for State Assembly are invited to apply to Layla Law-Gisiko’s campaign.

Applicants should be committed to electing a progressive leader as Assembly Member for the 75th District. Tasks may include but will not be limited to:

  • Voter Outreach - connecting with voters by phone, door, mail, online, and wherever possible to tell them about our campaign and to ask for their vote. We will mostly be phone banking and canvassing in person to get out the vote.
  • Exposure - building a knowledgeable foundation of political campaigns and the behind-the-scenes work of a political election.
  • Organizing - organizing residents and communities around common interests as well as planning and executing events.
  • Fundraising - building lists to ensure the campaign has accurate data and learning the fundraising database system.
  • Events - attending events for the campaign and being active in the community.

 

Interns who excel in their responsibilities will have the opportunity to assist with:

  • Management - coordinating teams of interns and volunteers to ensure the successful completion of daily tasks.
  • Organization - working with the Field Director to achieve daily and weekly voter engagement goals.
  • Apprenticeship - hands-on training in the inner-workings of campaign management, with the ultimate goal of serving as Regional Field Organizers or Deputy Field Directors.

 

The internship is unpaid though the campaign will work with applicants to secure academic credit. A minimum of 15 hours per week is required with a preference for applicants who can commit more hours as we approach the Democratic Primary on Tuesday, June 28nd, 2022.


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College Interns

Brooklyn Community Board 9

Brooklyn, NY

Major: Any •

We are looking for dynamic individuals who are passionate about public service and workplace development.

Interns will help with constituent services and the day-to-day operations of the Board office. Interns will gain experience assisting with casework, community planning, and will develop an understanding of local govenment, while fostering and improving intergovernmental relations.

 

***This is a non-paid internship opportunity***

Only continuing undergraduate students, graduate students, and recent graduates will be considered. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.

 

Office Hours: 9AM to 5PM

Schedule: Flexible/Hybrid, if necessary (any semester). Monday-Friday, some weekend events

Hours: 15-20 hours a week

Compensation: College course credit


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Sports Intern

New York Post

New York, NY

Major: Any • Liberal Arts and Sciences - Liberal Arts and Sciences - Liberal Studies •

Job Description:

The New York Post has been telling stories for over 200 years. Every day, we work relentlessly to uncover and tell the stories you can't resist.  Founded as a newspaper, the New York Post has evolved into a national digital brand. Our flagship sites, nypost.com and pagesix.com. Decider.com and all of our digital products and social channels are infused with the flavor and style of the original newspaper, but also purpose-built for the digital age.

Want to know what it’s like to be a sports journalist in 2022?  We will provide you with all the experiences necessary for you to understand what it takes to thrive in this fast-paced, ever-changing industry.

We are seeking a motivated Sports Intern to join the Best Sports Team in Town!

 

Responsibilities:

  • Write, produce, and edit stories for digital and print publications, initially with guidance from editors

  • Work on tight deadlines, producing stories in a timely fashion.

  • Cover live events, such as MLB games or NFL practices, or press conferences.

  • Uncover new stories and effectively pitch them for publication.

  • Partner with the sports video department, helping create daily content.

  • Assist in optimizing and executing site's social media strategy


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NASA's Internship Program (4 positions)

NASA

Remote

Major: Biology • Business Administration • Engineering Science • Computer Science and Information Security •

NASA Glenn Research Center is based in Cleveland, Ohio – However at this time many internships are being held virtually, elevating the need to find housing if the student lives elsewhere. Positions being offered range from Biology, Business, Engineering, Computer Science and much more. All currently available positions are posted to intern.nasa.gov – This is also where you apply.

 

INTERNSHIP

NASA Office of STEM Engagement (OSTEM) paid internships allow high school and college-level students to contribute to agency projects under the guidance of a NASA mentor.

  • Applicants for this internship must be U.S. Citizens and meet a minimum 3.0 GPA requirement.
  • These paid internships are offered across NASA facilities in fall, spring, and summer sessions.
  • One application is viewed agencywide.
  • OSTEM interns may receive a stipend based on academic level and session length.
  • Prior experience is not required.
  • Opportunities are available at the high school, undergraduate, graduate, and educator levels.

 

PATHWAYS INTERN

The Pathways program offers current students and recent graduates paid internships that are direct pipelines to full-time employment at NASA upon graduation. Launch your career with a Pathways internship.

  • NASA's work-study (co-op) program is a starting point to a career at NASA.
  • Pathways interns gain valuable work experience and professional development.
  • Paid federal civil servant opportunities with benefits are offered across most NASA facilities.
  • Completion of the Pathways program may lead to a NASA job offer.

 

FELLOW

NASA Fellowships allow graduate-level students to pursue research projects in response to the agency’s current research priorities.

  • NASA Fellowships support graduate-level projects and proposals which contribute to a NASA Research Opportunity.
  • Student researchers are exposed to NASA's innovation-oriented culture and facilities.
  • Fellows participate in prestigious conferences and a Center Based Research Experience.
  • Fellowships support academic institutions by enhancing graduate learning and development.

 

INTERNATIONAL INTERN

University students from participating countries may intern through the agency’s International Internships Project. Students work with other interns under the guidance of a NASA mentor.

  • This program is temporarily on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Students work in a global environment and on multicultural international missions.
  • Projects are available for fall, spring, and summer sessions.
  • International internships are open to citizens of participating countries holding agreements with NASA.

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Invasive Plant Survey Technician

NY Natural Heritage Program

Fort Drum, NY

Major: Environmental Science •

 Duties

  • Field crew will work as a team to document the presence and abundance of invasive plant species on the Fort Drum Military Installation.
  • Work outdoors in all weather conditions.
  • Collect data using tablets equipped with GIS apps and Trimble Geo7 units.

Working Conditions/Physical Effort: Will work outdoors 10 hours per day (4 days per week) in variable weather conditions, at times in remote locations, on difficult and hazardous terrain, and under physically demanding circumstances, in isolated settings. Will be working on an active military base. Cellular service may not always be present.


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Intern - State Farm Agent Team Member

State Farm Agent

Bayside, NY

Major: Any •

Position Overview

Successful State Farm Agent is seeking a qualified professional to join their winning team for the role of Intern - State Farm Agent Team Member. We seek an energetic professional interested in helping our business grow through value-based conversations and remarkable customer experience. If you are a motivated self starter who thrives in a fast-paced environment, then this is your opportunity for a rewarding career with excellent income and growth potential.

Responsibilities

  • Provide prompt, accurate, and friendly customer service. Service can include responding to inquiries regarding insurance availability, eligibility, coverages, policy changes, transfers, claim submissions, and billing clarification.
  • Work with the agent to establish and meet marketing goals.
  • Develop leads, schedule appointments, identify customer needs, and market appropriate products and services.
  • Work with the agent to help manage the website and social media content.
  • Maintain a strong work ethic with a total commitment to success each and every day.

As an Agent Team Member, you will receive...

  • Hourly pay
  • Commission plus bonus
  • Flexible hours
  • Valuable experience
  • Growth potential/Opportunity for advancement within my agency

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Summer Intern Position

Henry Schein

Melville, NY

Major: Any •

Henry Schein is seeking high-quality talent resulting from education and experience.  Henry Schein Inc. offers internship opportunities for current college students and recent graduates in many of the company's departments. These Internship opportunities help support strategic business objectives. 

Opportunities may exist in the following areas:

  • Accounting/Finance
  • Administrative
  • Business Development
  • Customer Service/Support
  • Distribution/Warehouse
  • Equipment Support
  • Facilities/Maintenance
  • Human Resources
  • Inventory Management
  • IT/Software Development
  • Legal
  • Logistics/Transportation
  • Marketing
  • Project/Program Management
  • Quality Assurance/Regulatory
  • Sales/Telesales
  • Security/Protective Services

**Please note this opportunity is in person at the corporate office in Melville, NY.**


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Woodside on the Move Internship

Woodside on the Move

Queens, NY

Major: Any •

Our office is looking for passionate interns who are eager to learn about advocacy campaigns while working on a variety of projects related to civic engagement, communications, design and animation, speech writing, media and press, website design, event coordination, public policy, and project management.

SELECTED INTERNS WILL ASSIST IN

  • Community Organizing
  • Creating community reports for elected officials and agencies
  • Small Business Outreach
  • Partnership and Stakeholder Building Event Coordination
  • Scheduling and organizational structures
  • Policy research and legislation drafting
  • Attend advocacy events and meetings
  • Constituent Affairs and case management

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

  • Hours per Week: 12-24hrs
  • In-Person: Queens, New York City, NY
  • Course credit is available

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Engineering Technician

Advance Testing Company

Campbell Hall, NY

Major: Any • Engineering Science •

Advance Testing Company, an established New York-based construction materials testing and inspection firm, has opportunities available for individuals to perform testing and inspection of construction materials such as soils, aggregates, concrete, reinforcing steel and asphalt. Advance Testing trains and certifies employees within these disciplines through locally and nationally recognized programs.

New employees participate in training during an initial period of employment. Once trained and certified, a participant in Advance Testing’s internship program is considered a full-fledged engineering technician. As an engineering technician, the employee may be assigned to provide services throughout our area of coverage, which includes, but is not restricted to the tri-state area (NY / NJ / CT) and New England. Typical project types that employees are assigned to include highways, bridges, commercial buildings, airports, tunnels, fabrication plants, material production facilities, government and military sites, and schools. Applicants must be able to obtain any security clearances and background confirmation required by clients for sensitive projects and locations. In addition to potential field assignments, Advance Testing operates a state-of-the-art, accredited laboratory facility that employees may be trained to perform testing services in.

An intern at Advance Testing Company may be eligible for corporate housing for the duration of the internship, based on need. This position requires lifting and/or physical activities, including lifting of up to 75 lbs, walking/working on uneven surfaces, and driving to and from job sites (valid driver’s license and a working personal vehicle are required). The majority of work is conducted outdoors, in all weather conditions. Work hours vary, but may include day, night, and weekend shifts.  

This is a paid internship.
Training and certifications are paid for and provided by Advance Testing Company
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following: (Other duties may be assigned as well)

Observes work in progress to ensure that procedures followed and materials used conform to specifications.
Perform standard testing on materials.
Prepare samples of materials for laboratory testing.
Examine workmanship of installations for conformity to specifications.
Maintains daily log of construction and inspection activities and completes reports daily.
Prepare sketches of construction installations that correlate with testing and inspection sites.

Don't miss out! This is an exceptional opportunity for career and relationship building.

Advance Testing Company is an equal opportunity employer.

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CUNY Operations Internship (Summer 2022)

National Advocates for Pregnant Women (NAPW)

Fully-Remote

Major: Any •

TYPE:                      Part-Time; Temporary 

DURATION:            10-weeks

LOCATION:             Fully-Remote. **SEE COVID-19 NOTICE**

COMPENSATION:    $15 per hour (25 hours per week) **

NOTE: [**If your school offers paid internships, the candidate must apply for school funding FIRST. NAPW will then supplement that funding to reach an hourly compensation of $15.00 if applicable)

 

Position Description:

National Advocates for Pregnant Women (NAPW) seeks talented and highly motivated interns to assist in NAPW’s substantive and administrative work. Operations internships are positions for individuals who are not in law school and are suitable for undergraduate or graduate students. NAPW is committed to ensuring that interns have a significant and valuable learning experience, including participation in staff meetings and organizational events to the fullest extent possible.

The CUNY Operations Intern may implement a wide variety of administrative tasks that assist with the general day-to-day operations of NAPW, including meeting coordination and receipt reconciliation. Interns may work on technology-related projects, including researching and training staff on best practices for software use and data security. Interns may also direct data projects that will support our database management. Interns with a particular interest in non-profit administration and fundraising will have opportunities to work on projects in these areas as well. This internship position reports directly to the Administration and Operations Associate.

 

Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

  • Coordination of biweekly meetings; transcription and dissemination of Staff Meeting notes;

  • Monthly receipt collection for operations purchases and expenses;

  • Assisting with research, implementation, and staff training of technology updates;

  • Assisting with data collection/input and maintenance of NAPW’s contact management database (SalesForce);

  • Updating and management of NAPW’s Conference Calendar

  • Assisting in documenting and organizing operations protocols for the NAPW Policies & Procedures Manual;

  • Providing back-up telephone coverage for the Administration & Operations Associate (AOA);

  • Other duties as assigned.


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Intern position-Multiple Locations & Positions

Council on Foreign Relations

New York & Washington DC

Major: Liberal Arts and Sciences - International Studies • Accounting • Business Administration • Management •

In an ever-changing world, CFR’s work as a leading nonpartisan resource for information and ideas about foreign policy is more important than ever. At CFR, interns do work that matters alongside smart and dedicated staff in a diverse and inclusive environment. Interns are paid a competitive hourly wage while gaining valuable experience through exposure to leading foreign policy experts. They are also offered professional development training as a foundation for future work in the field of foreign policy and international affairs. Internship opportunities are offered through the Blavatnik Internship Program and Robina Franklin Williams Internship Program.

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STEM Research Opportunity

Pathways To Science

Various

Major: Engineering Science • Mathematics and Science • Computer Engineering Technology •

PathwaysToScience.org has a searchable database of 600+ summer research programs in all STEM disciplines. These are all FULLY FUNDED opportunities including programs sponsored by NSF, NASA, NIH, etc.

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Editorial Intern

Queens Courier

Remote and in-person

Major: Any •

QNS.com, the online home of the Queens Courier, Ridgewood Times and TimesLedger Newspapers is seeking an editorial intern.

The internship would require students to complete weekly tasks for our print publications, such as from compiling obituaries and police blotters, among other assignments. Additional work includes researching pitching story ideas to the editors,  completing writing assignments and working with our reporters to gain some hands-on experience.

Internships are generally around 20 hours per week. Interns can work remotely, but may be expected to complete assignments out in the field as well.


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Summer 2022 Intern Position-Paid

DOROT

NY

Major: Any •

The Summer College Internship is an invaluable opportunity to explore the fields of social work, non-profits and the helping professions as part of a group experience, while learning from peers as well as DOROT staff. Summer internships run 10 or 11 weeks and are offered to college students interested in pursuing careers in non-profit management, community organizing, social work or the intergenerational and older adult fields. DOROT can fulfill college credit requirements with approval from an intern’s academic institution.

The internship program begins with a two-day orientation and training to prepare students for their work throughout the summer. Interns also attend weekly group sessions with other interns and participate in several professional development workshops and group activities. Each intern is matched with at least one client for a weekly friendly visit and performs administrative functions including program data entry. Former interns attest to the fact that DOROT internships build professional and interpersonal skills while also providing an opportunity to make a difference in older adults’ lives.

All DOROT Summer College Internship positions are paid positions. 

Time commitment:

Orientation on June 1 and 2, 2022 from 9:00am-5:00pm.

Requirements: Application, Zoom interview, references, background check; provide a valid, US government-issued photo ID.


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2022 Summer Camp Staff

Ramapo for Children

NY

Major: Any •

Ramapo for Children is a New York-based non-profit organization that serves children and young adults with social, emotional, and learning differences. Ramapo’s philosophy centers on the simple belief that all children want the same things: to learn, to be valued for who they are, and to experience success. Staff members support children and young adults who struggle to achieve these goals, and they embrace the challenges and triumphs of working with young people living with differences. Alumni describe their time and work at Ramapo as extremely formative, both personally and professionally.

Our Rhinebeck, New York campus offers numerous summer and year-round internship and job opportunities. For Summer 2022, we are looking for team members to work at our residential summer camp, Camp Ramapo. Employment opportunities include a variety of seasonal summer staff positions that focus on working with youth ages 6-25. 

 

SUMMER CAMP STAFF 

An exceptional, unmatched professional opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children of all abilities. As Ramapo staff members or interns, summer camp counselors will:

  • develop the skills needed to support children who have a range of needs and abilities
  • benefit from state-of-the-art training that Ramapo provides to education industry professionals
  • learn how to create environments that celebrate strengths and foster belonging
  • experience an outstanding opportunity to hone leadership and communication skills
  • work alongside professionals in the field to offer exceptional adaptive programming
  • earn up to six college credits through our on-site college course
  • receive a stipend and free room and board 

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Economic Inclusion Coordinator Internship

Gilbane

NY

Major: Any •

Intern to support the implementation of initiatives to maximize participation of Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises (MWBEs) and diverse workers on Gilbane construction projects in the New York region. This role supports the Economic Inclusion Manager/Director in all aspects of program management including but not limited to the below responsibilities. Note, the position description is for a full-time position, but this is an internship opportunity.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Program mnagement assistance. Helps administer various programs run by Gilbane, including Gilbane Rising Contractors and the NYC Economic Inclusion Task Force, which entails organizing classes/ meetings, tracking activity and results and following-up to ensure programs are well-run.
  • Implementation of new process and procedure. Helps increase adoption of new process and procedure outlined in the Economic Inclusion Playbook by becoming a subject matter expert on the material, ensuring project teams know what is expected of them and following up on outstanding items in a timely matter.
  • Outreach events. Organizes regular events with MWBE businesses – lunch and learns, workshops, talks, project information sessions, etc.
  • Project team support. Works closely with the Purchasing department and project team to connect MWBE firms to work on Gilbane projects and works closely with internal staff to ensure projects are on track to meet goals.
  • Data collection and analysis. Utilizes various systems including Microsoft Excel to track and monitor participation by MWBEs and a diverse workforce on Gilbane projects. Assists with drafting reports for internal and external distribution.
  • Relationship management. Maintains positive relationships with MWBE contractors; may include walking contractors through why they may not qualify for a particular scope/scale of work, offering unsuccessful bidders access to constructive feedback, etc.
  • Marketing. Assists with the creation of proposals, written marketing pieces and other media to promote the program.

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Paid Intern- Customer and Vendor Relationships

Nunbelievable

NY

Major: Any •

Nunbelievable is looking for an intern to help support drive our customer and vendor relationship activities. We are growing our retail and wholesale business and need support. The ideal candidate is someone who independent, curious, results-oriented, a team player, and, a self-starter.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assist with on-boarding new retailers to Nunbelievable
  • Manage weekly and monthly reporting for retail accounts
  • Assist with execution of campaign and promotion activations
  • Collaborate with team members for timely resolution of customer service-related issues

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HACU National Internship Program -Paid

Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities (HACU)

New York, NY

Major: n/a

The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) is seeking applicants for the 2022 sessions of the HACU National Internship Program (HNIP). This program offers students the opportunity to receive valuable work experience through paid internships at federal agencies and private corporations nationwide. Through our partnerships, HNIP has made over 14,000 internship placements throughout the country.
 
HACU matches a student’s career interests, educational background, and previous work or volunteer experience with the needs and demands of our federal and corporate partners. Throughout the internship, students also have the opportunity to participate in professional development, networking, and cultural activities. Our program, with its strong emphasis on professional development, continues to thrive because of the students that your institution refers. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, HNIP coordinated with our partner agencies to offer virtual internships to students. We continue to adapt our program as needed to offer these crucial career and development experiences to our college students. As you encourage your students to obtain professional experience before graduating, we encourage you to promote our paid internship program as an option.

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Intern Lab, College

Cold Spring Harbor Lab

Cold Spring Harbor, NY

Major: n/a

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Teacher Assistant

Our Kids Place

Hewlett & Rosedale

Major: n/a

In an effort to better enhance the development of our community, we offer an internship program for high school and college students. The chosen students must be in good academic standing. They must also be willing to assist pre-school students in completing daily tasks between the hours of 2:30 and 6:30 p.m. (unless otherwise arranged). Students who need community service hours or education hours in the classroom may complete this here as well.

Internship registration is ongoing. Upon the completion of this program, students will receive a letter of recommendation for future college applications. Please note, students must complete the full internship and be in good standing with the company to get full recognition for the program. Students who cannot receive a stipend due to program regulations (speak to your professor to see if you can receive said stipend) should make this clear at their appointment.

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Intern position

Our Kids Place

Rosedale & Hewlett

Major: n/a

In an effort to better enhance the development of our community, we offer an internship program for high school and college students. The chosen students must be in good academic standing. They must also be willing to assist pre-school students in completing daily tasks between the hours of 2:30 and 6:30 p.m. (unless otherwise arranged). Students who need community service hours or education hours in the classroom may complete this here as well.

Internship registration is ongoing. Upon the completion of this program, students will receive a letter of recommendation for future college applications. Please note, students must complete the full internship and be in good standing with the company to get full recognition for the program. Students who cannot receive a stipend due to program regulations (speak to your professor to see if you can receive said stipend) should make this clear at their appointment.

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Digital Business Internship

Wendt Partners

Queens, NY

Major: Business Administration • Liberal Arts and Sciences - Communication Studies • Liberal Arts and Sciences - Liberal Arts and Sciences - Liberal Studies •

What You Will Learn About:

  • Some of the latest technologies used in digital marketing, sales and social media
  • How to meet client objectives through teamwork and strategic innovation
  • What it takes to drive business growth by focusing on target markets and buyers

What You Will Learn to Do:

  • Manage and support marketing activities for the firm and its clients including blogs,emails, social media, content development/editing, online and offline events, and more.
  • Format content and design elements and effectively configure and publish new content using tools such as WordPress, Hubspot, MailChimp, Eventbrite and GoToMeeting.
  • Provide data entry, management and quality control support for sales customer relationship management (CRM) systems such as Base, Zoho and Salesforce.com.
  • Build social media communities including promotion, engagement and interaction via Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Slideshare, Instagram, etc.
  • Maintain websites using WordPress, Hubspot and other content management systems including adding new content pages, media, documents, resources and more.
  • Provide team support through transcribing meeting notes, preparing project updates, maintaining project status in online systems, and assisting with client coordination.

Depending upon the student, this can be configured as either an unpaid, for-credit learning
opportunity applicable to your degree program, or as a paid internship for qualified candidates.


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Social Work

Southbronx United

Bronx, NY

Major: n/a

South Bronx United Social Work Interns work closely with SBU’s Youth Development Counselor in providing support for the SBU Academic Programs. The programs provide homework help, academic enrichment, and youth development activities for approximately 80 youth in 5th-9th grade and college prep for 60 students in 10-12th grade. Interns work 3-5 days a week during after school hours (after 3:30) and get hands on experience supporting underserved youth via individual counseling, supporting youth group activities, managing behavior, and conducting outreach. The social work internship is ideal for undergraduate or graduate students interested in pursuing a career in direct service work with youth and families.

WHEN
Spring Internship: mid/late January – May
Fall Internship: September – December

COMMITMENT
A minimum of 3 days a week for one semester. Internship hours generally coincide with academic program hours: Tutoring, 3:30-6 pm, M-F & College Prep, 6-8 pm, M, W.

TRAINING
All interns will be trained, supervised, and mentored by a licensed Mental Health Counselor.

BENEFITS
While the position is unpaid, interns have the opportunity to get hands on experience under the supervision of SBU's Youth Development Counselor in working with underserved populations.

RESPONSIBILITIES
All SBU interns assist in the three major program areas. The intern will focus primarily on the emotional support and youth development facets of the after school tutoring program.

Counseling
• Assist in providing direct counseling to youth
• Co-support the development and implementation of gender-based group activities for youth
• Help to resolve conflicts between youth and manage inappropriate behavior through daily behavior progress reports
• Provide one-on-one mentoring to youth
• Assist in speaking with students, parents/guardians, and/or schools with respect to student behavior
• Conduct outreach to families regarding student attendance on a case-by-case basis

Education
• Provide tutoring to youth within the program
• Support staff with classroom management
• Manage student behavior in a tutoring classroom

Administration
• Track academic records and group attendance
• Track behavioral incidents

QUALIFICATIONS
Enthusiastic and caring with a specific interest in social work, counseling, and youth empowerment. Should have a background in working with youth. Social work, psychology, sociology, or related majors are preferred. No soccer background necessary.


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Intern position

American Journalism Project

Remote

Major: n/a

The American Journalism Project’s mission is to establish and sustain local journalism as a public good by helping to build and launch nonprofit local news organizations. We are accepting applications for a 3-month internship program with our startup and portfolio success teams, which will provide interns with professional training and exposure to various aspects of launching, growing, and raising money for nonprofit newsrooms.

Interns may take part in researching local news markets, developing concepts for sustainable civic news
organizations, designing support for existing organizations in AJP’s portfolio, and reporting on the successes of our grantees. We are seeking someone who has passion for local news, is a quick study of new concepts, and who will approach research and problem-solving with creativity and tenacity.


This is a paid internship. For the foreseeable future, all internships are fully remote, but we prefer interns to be based in a state where AJP has staff (CA, DC, GA, IL, MD, MI, NJ, NY, PA, VA).

  • Learn how AJP works with entrepreneurs to deploy new local news business models
  • Help provide ongoing strategic and operational support to startup founders and newsroom leaders
  • Conduct objective market research to help us become experts in a place and identify information needs

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Editorial & Content Writer Internship

WestxEast

Hybrid-NYC

Major: Any •

We are recruiting an Editorial & Content Writer intern looking to gain valuable work
experience with an emerging brand: WESTxEAST. You will work closely with the
Co-Founders and learn from their creative direction and overall business operations.
It’s an opportunity to enhance your portfolio and gain hands-on experience with a
fashion start-up.


Position Requirements:


1. Pursuing Journalism or Communications
2. Excellent creative writer and storyteller
3. Strong communication skills and the ability to inform and entertain via
written, oral and visual media
4. An innovative self-starter with problem solving skills, creativity, ambition,
and a strong work ethic
5. Detailed oriented
6. Interested in working with a fashion startup

Job Duties and Tasks Include but are NOT limited to:

● Develop, research & manage database of clients, industry contacts, & press
for CRM efforts
● Manage written communication: press, brand identity & social media
● Build relationships with or Magazine editors, bloggers and PR agencies
● Create Press Releases
● Pitch to publications
● Coordinate all inquiries and communication between brand and fashion
insiders
● Coordinate written communication for Co-founders branding purposes as
the faces of the brand


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Intern position-Paid

Curtis Sliwa Campaign

New York, NY

Major: n/a

Join Curtis Sliwa NYC mayoral campaign internship program. This is a paid internship program where students will receive hands-on experience completing campaign and policy research, attending events with Curtis Sliwa, handling office management, and organizing campaign events. 

 

 


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Intern/Volunteer Position

Whitestone Ambulance Corp.

Whitestone, NY

Major: n/a

Are you a pre-health student looking for meaningful clinical experience? Join Whitestone Ambulance!
Benefits include patient care experience on an emergency ambulance, free EMT certifications, & in-house trainings.
Hours are flexible. 

Apply today, save lives tomorrow.

COVID-19 Update: The health and safety of our members continues to be our first priority.
We equip all our members with the proper PPE to ensure their safety amid the pandemic.


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Sales Development Intern position

ThetaRay

New York, NY

Major: n/a

Sales Development Role

We are looking for someone to help with market research, mapping of potential leads and customers in North America and Latin America. Updating contacts and Salesforce. Work closely with the VP of Sales. Bi-lingual English/Spanish/Portuguese highly preferred.

 

Experience that will be gained:

  • Working hands-on with the startup ecosystem
  • Having a lot of responsibility on a small team
  • Working globally with multiple countries
  • Generating leads and networking
  • Interacting with Marketing, BDR, and Sales team.
  • Flexible internship: three-month commitment - student time can be flexible; open to six month co-op arrangement

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Business Development Intern position

ThetaRay

New York, NY

Major: n/a

Business Development Role

We are looking for someone to help with market and relationship development. This will include market research, mapping of the relevant customers, and contact persons from each potential customer. Analysis information about the customer's business, risk, and opportunities.  Work closely with the Chief of Staff.

 

Experience to be gained:

  • Work hands-on with Israel’s flourishing Start-up nation.
  • Join one of the most promising start-up companies in Israel.
  • Work closely with the sales and marketing teams targeting multiple geographies.
  • Get trained on industry-leading solutions like Salesforce and HubSpot.
  • Receive training on the world’s most advanced AI and big data analytics technologies.
  • Acquire broad knowledge regarding the end-to-end sale-cycle.
  • Main focus - lead generation, lead qualification, and market intelligence research, sales execution.
  • Broaden the personal network with some of the leading experts in the start-up arena.

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Web Design/Development Intern

Pongspace

Virtual

Major: n/a

Ideal candidates will have a passion for graphic/web design and marketing and experience with WordPress, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Google Workspace. A love of Ping Pong is a plus (you don’t have to be an Olympic athlete though) but not a requirement.

  • Help Maintain the current Pongspace.com website including:
  • Review the Website User Interface
  • Quality Assurance Test Site Features
  • Provide Customer Support to Clubs Using the Platform
  • Provide Outreach to Clubs including:
  • Creating Flyers
  • Creating Email Campaigns
  • Calling Potential Clubs
  • Data Entry including:
  • Adding Clubs
  • Adding Bookable Products and Resources
  • Formatting Images for Club and Product Pages
  • Adding Club Members
  • Development of Training Manuals, FAQs, and Video Tutorials

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Data Engagement Intern

Numina

Remote, and you must live in System Benefits Charge (SBC)/Clean Energy Fund (CEF) territory during the internship period. This territory is defined as areas with electric service provided by Central Hudson Gas and Electric Corp., Consolidated Edison Company of NY, Inc., NYS Electric and Gas Corporation, National Grid, Orange and Rockland Utilities, Inc., and Rochester Gas and Electric.

Major: n/a

Data Engagement

  • Tell stories with data, which inspire action from stakeholders in Numina projects.
  • Identify and prioritize: audiences, channels for reaching them, and the formats or media to enhance data legibility and usability for them.
  • Data collection, analysis, visualization, and reporting through software and publication tools aligned with the user needs identified above.
  • Manage content creation, from draft to publication, in formats and platforms such as PDF, Medium, WordPress, and others that you identify.
  • Design and execute on inbound marketing and community outreach strategies, especially as related to: the company blog(s), social media, press, and other public-facing opportunities.

Stakeholder Success

  • Compile reporting deliverables for customer projects, and contribute ideas to product strategy.
  • Support leadership in meetings with partners, project stakeholders, potential and current customers, and the public.
    • Help prepare background research, presentation materials, and other documents to facilitate efficient and effective meetings.
    • Document key takeaways, and support the creation and distribution of any follow-up materials.
  • Equip Numina’s team with important local context on projects.
    • Researching political, social, and regulatory conditions.
    • Mapping partner ecosystems.
    • Propose strategies to engage local partners.

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Administrative Assistant

Company Name

Queens, NY

Major: n/a

  • Using a personal computer or other electronic equipment formats and types a full range of correspondence, reports, bills, drafts, etc.
  • Designs office filing systems; organizes and maintains files.
  • Composes routine letters/memoranda, etc.
  • Compiles information from standard sources and prepares data reports.
  • Greets and directs visitors; answers phones and takes messages

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Campus Cultural Centers

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Kupferberg Holocaust Center Opens in a new window

The KHC uses the lessons of the Holocaust to educate current and future generations about the ramifications of unbridled prejudice, racism and stereotyping.

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QPAC is an invaluable entertainment company in this region with a growing national reputation. The arts at QPAC continues to play a vital role in transforming lives and building stronger communities.

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The QCC Art Gallery of the City University of New York is a vital educational and cultural resource for Queensborough Community College, the Borough of Queens and the surrounding communities.