Dear Queensborough Community College Student:
If you are interested in or have any questions about internships please take the time to either call (718) 631-6297 or e-mail SGrossman@qcc.cuny.edu to make an appointment with me. I will be happy to discuss your internship options with you.
Check out our Guide to Internships and Cooperative Education for more information on how to take advantage of internship opportunities.
CNBC is looking for interns to join them in the Fall of 2015 to work on their breaking news desk at the CNBC headquarters’ based in Englewood Cliffs, NJ and on their sets at the New York Stock Exchange and the NASDAQ.
VIDEO: A day in the life of a CNBC intern: http://vimeo.com/101921093
As an intern on the assignment desk, you will be working with directly with CNBC reporters, anchors, producers, editors and photographers. You will be helping us answer phones, conducting interviews, gathering MOS, learning social media, help with breaking news coverage, courtroom reporting, producing events at the NASDAQ AND NYSE and logging tape.
CNBC provides free transportation to and from all over the New York City area on an hourly basis. You must be in college to intern at CNBC.
CNBC pays $10.00 an hour plus overtime.
The Law Offices of Natasha H. Applewhite, P.C. are seeking both paralegal and law school interns. Please refer to details below:
A boutique law firm with a variety of cases ranging from estate matters to trial practice. Depending upon assignment, interns will assist attorneys in conducting legal research, drafting litigation documents, file retrieval, preparing cases for hearing and trials. Interns will work closely with attorneys and staff and will have an excellent opportunity to learn and grow.
A boutique law firm with a variety of cases ranging from estate matters to trial practice. Depending upon assignment, interns will maintain files, write letters, photocopy, as well as retrieve documents from the Courts, research, contact clients and various other municipalities.
Must Be Done For Credit
Minimum GPA 2.5; Minimum number of credits 24
Please Contact Dr. Donald Tricarico in the Social Sciences Department to register for the Cooperative Education Class
Deadline to apply for fall is June 15, 2015
If you’re interested in applying, please fill out the application and bring it to Ms. Susanne Grossman, Internship Coordinator in the Office of Career Services, L-429
UNHP is able to offer free tax preparation to Bronxites thanks to the effort of our tax preparation and intake volunteers. In 2014, 80 high school, college, and graduate students volunteered their time and efforts to help their neighbors get the tax benefits they deserve. Thanks to these volunteers, we were able to serve over 1,400 households and bring over $1.7 million back to the Bronx! Tax returns are one of the largest poverty reduction tools in the United States, and your help ensures that Bronxites keep their money without paying for predatory financial services.
We offer free tax preparation on select Wednesdays and Saturdays in January, February, March, and April at the Refuge House, located at 2715 Bainbridge Avenue at 196th. We ask volunteers to commit to a few days during the tax season, and of course we love it when volunteers can come more often!
Below is more information on what it means to be a Volunteer Income Tax Assistant (VITA) volunteer and how to get involved.
Major(s): Health Related Sciences
The goal of the New York State Department of Health’s Perinatal Health Information Technology (PHIT) program is to address fragmentation in maternal and child health care by closing the referral loop and ensuring better care transitions for at risk and low income women. This is a NY state funded project that comes out of Medicaid Redesign recommendations to improve care delivery by supporting initiatives demonstrating effective use of HIT technology to link health care systems and community based health organizations. Using a newly designed software platform, communication will be facilitated between medical and social services providers to promote timely referrals, coordinated care, and enhanced screening of risks for women at risk of poor maternal and child outcomes.
Perinatal Service Coordinators (PSCs) will be assigned to one of the partner medical or social services agencies we term Project Users. PSCs will assist in care coordination for clients at risk of poor birth and/or maternal outcomes. PSCs will perform a variety of duties, including: working on-site to help support implementation of a Community Based Service Navigation (CBSN) system, ensuring timeliness of patient referrals, and supporting communication between BPN and Project Users. PSCs will be trained in the utilization of a health information technology (HIT) solution developed to screen and identify risks, refer women for services, and plan care coordination.
The Brooklyn PHIT PSC Program is a field experience for academic credit. It is ideal for undergraduate or graduate students in the health and human services fields with knowledge of and/or an interest in health equity, community health, public health, and women’s health to gain hands-on experience in the expanding health delivery and health technology field. This field experience is unpaid.
PSCs are expected to work for at least 8 hours per week (with additional hours as approved). Each PSC is matched with a medical or social service provider and site supervisor. Some of the sites participating in the PHIT Program are:
Major(s): Law; Criminal Justice; Journalism; English
Major(s): Business; Office Administration Technology
The internship would be June 1, 2015 to approximately 9/30/2015, 20 hours per week. While interning with the US Dept. of Labor, Office of Labor Management Standards, a student will receive first hand, on the job training regarding the administration and enforcement of the federal law they enforce called the Labor Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959. This federal law regulates the internal operations of unions, including the handling of union funds and the election of union officers.
The intern will work alongside experienced labor investigators and learn various investigative techniques; methods of record examination, interviewing skills; as well as an opportunity to working with staff members who are committed to protecting union members from fraud and dishonesty. Functions will entail filing zero file information and inputting information in computer data system. Also, copying legal documents for case files. Preparing cases for archives at the Federal Records Center.
The Office of Labor-Management Standards (OLMS) of the U.S. Department of Labor administers and enforces most provisions of the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959 (LMRDA). The LMRDA primarily promotes union democracy and financial integrity in private sector labor unions through standards for union officer elections and union trusteeships and safeguards for union assets. Additionally, the LMRDA promotes labor union and labor-management transparency through reporting and disclosure requirements for labor unions and their officials, employers, labor relations consultants, and surety companies.
Individuals applying must be enrolled at least part-time in school. DOL offers rewarding opportunities to contribute to a noble mission; to serve and protect American workers, prepare them for new and better jobs, and to ensure the safety and fairness of American workplaces.
Major(s): Business; Public Relations; Marketing; Fashion; Journalism; English
PLEASE ONLY APPLY IF YOU ARE IN THE NYC METRO AREA
Public Relations INTERN
Fashion Update Inc. – Forest Hills, NY
We are seeking multi-skilled interns to join our team at Fashion Update, a 30 year established Public Relations Company. This is an opportunity to get experience, get credit for college, build a portfolio showing your credibility and sharpen your talents while working in several different areas of Public Relations!
Requirements for this internship position include:
Candidates should be a assertive, respectful and creative self starters with excellent written and communication skills. Perfect for English, Communications, Marketing, Advertising, & Public Relations majors. All knowledge of social media, MS Office and internet research is needed. Computer, website, video knowledge, and graphic design skills are welcomed! Experience in public relations, advertising and marketing a plus. You must have your own laptop to bring to work. Working schedules are 9am-6pm can be flexible, and are up to 30 hours a week). Stipend offered, plus perks.
Major(s): Computer Science; Marketing; Business; Language
Unpaid intern: 5 positions
Corporate Culture: dynamic, friendly, fast paced, innovative, team- outcome- and detail oriented.
GPA Range: 3.5 or above
Specific Skills: on line research
Language requirements: English
Who we are:
Jean Martin Inc. is a global diversified IT firm headquartered in New York City serving clients from Small & Medium Business to the Fortune 500 since 1997.
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Be aware that The Office of Career Services will be sending you a notice in your weekly TigerMail “Newsletter” alerting you to NEW internship opportunities that become available. Many of them have time sensitive information. If you find one that you want information about, make sure to print the information about the opportunity you’re interested in and bring it with you.
Thank you for your attention.
Office of Career Services
Internship Coordinator/Placement Advisor