The Office of Career Services: Internship Opportunities

Announcement of New Internship Opportunities

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.

New Internship Opportunities for your consideration

SNAP PAC - Paid Political Campaign Fellowship

Major(s): All majors, Political Science, English, Journalism

Paid Political Campaign Fellowship with Students for a New American Politics PAC
Summer 2018

Meaningful

  • Our fellows are notinterns. They workas field organizers for campaigns managing volunteers and crafting strategy

Career Oriented

  • SNAP Fellows gainmany tangiblepolitical skills
  • Many are promoted and continue on with the campaign

Paid

  • SNAP guarantees housing and a stipend for the length of the summer fellowship

APPLY BY JANUARY 1ST to be considered in our first round of applications. Find our application online at snappac.org. Contact: Franklin Eccher | fellowships@snappac.org


Student Notice NYPD Internship 2018

NYPD Internships - spring, summer and fall 2018

Must be done for credit: Minimum 2.5 GPA; 24-30 completed credits

If interested please see attached or pick up application from:
Susanne Grossman,
Internship Coordinator/Placement Advisor
Office of Career Services Library 429

You must register for a 3 credit Cooperative Education Class in the Social Science Department. Please see Dr. Donald Tricarico in the Social Science Department in Office MA-121, dtricarico@qcc.cuny.edu, (718) 631-6015.


SERVE AS A LITERACY TUTOR WITH READING PARTNERS!

Major(s): Education, English, Psychology, Health Sciences, All majors - Reading Partners

Reading Partners Program Model:
Reading Partners is a local nonprofit organization that works to expand life opportunities for elementary school children in low-income communities by empowering them with strong literacy skills. At each of its school sites, Reading Partners transforms a dedicated space within the school into a reading center and recruits and trains community volunteers to work one-on-one with students.

  • Tutors work with Reading Partners' structured and easy-to-follow literacy curriculum, with the training, support, and coaching of an on-site Reading Partners staff member.
  • By working one-on-one, we can target students' specific learning gaps at their pace and with their learning style. With that individual attention and the safety of that relationship, students' confidence and ability can grow exponentially.
  • Teachers communicate with Reading Partners' Site Coordinators to ensure that their struggling students are getting the intensive one-on-one support they need and cannot receive in a full classroom.

How can you intern with us?

  • Choose your preferred school site: we work in 19 schools across New York City, with programming running Monday-Friday, between 9 AM to 5 PM (times vary by school).
  • You will get matched with one or more students, for whom you will serve as tutor, mentor and friend!
  • Interns hours are determined by program manager and intern availability.
  • Interns are required to interview with a staff member and sign an Internship Expectations document.

Goals:
We want every child to experience the joy and power of becoming a lifelong reader, to improve the literacy rates of students who are one month to 2.5 years behind on their reading level. We hope this is an opportunity for interns to network, acquire insight from a range of Reading Partner's staff and develop a deeper interest and understanding of the importance of education and literacy.

For more information, visit www.readingpartners.org/volunteer

Contact our Community Engagement Team at: volunteerNY@readingpartners.org

Are you interested in Elective Course Credit?
Register for the Urban Studies Internship Program (UBST101) course.This course offers students in a variety of disciplines to gain valuable experiences. The course awards 3 college credits toward the associate's and the bachelors degrees. Internships provide opportunities for networking and references which can enhance your chances of securing employment! You can find out more about this opportunity by contacting Dr.Tricarico at DTricarico@qcc.cuny.edu.


SERVE AS A LITERACY TUTOR WITH READING PARTNERS!

Major(s): English, Psychology, Social Work, Health Sciences, English- Reading Partners

Reading Partners Program Model:
Reading Partners is a local nonprofit organization that works to expand life opportunities for elementary school children in low-income communities by empowering them with strong literacy skills. At each of its school sites, Reading Partners transforms a dedicated space within the school into a reading center and recruits and trains community volunteers to work one-on-one with students.

  • Tutors work with Reading Partners' structured and easy-to-follow literacy curriculum, with the training, support, and coaching of an on-site Reading Partners staff member.
  • By working one-on-one, we can target students' specific learning gaps at their pace and with their learning style. With that individual attention and the safety of that relationship, students' confidence and ability can grow exponentially.
  • Teachers communicate with Reading Partners' Site Coordinators to ensure that their struggling students are getting the intensive one-on-one support they need and cannot receive in a full classroom.

How can you intern with us?

  • Choose your preferred school site: we work in 19 schools across New York City, with programming running Monday-Friday, between 9 AM to 5 PM (times vary by school).
  • You will get matched with one or more students, for whom you will serve as tutor, mentor and friend!
  • Interns hours are determined by program manager and intern availability.
  • Interns are required to interview with a staff member and sign an Internship Expectations document.

Goals:
We want every child to experience the joy and power of becoming a lifelong reader, to improve the literacy rates of students who are one month to 2.5 years behind on their reading level. We hope this is an opportunity for interns to network, acquire insight from a range of Reading Partner's staff and develop a deeper interest and understanding of the importance of education and literacy.

For more information, visit www.readingpartners.org/volunteer

Contact our Community Engagement Team at: volunteerNY@readingpartners.org

Are you interested in Elective Course Credit?
Register for the Urban Studies Internship Program (UBST101) course.This course offers students in a variety of disciplines to gain valuable experiences. The course awards 3 college credits toward the associate's and the bachelors degrees. Internships provide opportunities for networking and references which can enhance your chances of securing employment! You can find out more about this opportunity by contacting Dr.Tricarico at DTricarico@qcc.cuny.edu.


Graphic Design Intern Wanted

We are seeking a Part-Time Intern Graphic Designer that can create visual concepts, to communicate ideas that inspire, inform, or captivate consumers, in addition to developing the overall layout and production design for advertisements, newsletters, signs, and posters. This exciting internship is for a designer committed to learning more about creating impact through good communication and product design. The internship will start in September and end in December. Exact dates will be discussed.

Job Duties:

  • Work with Graphic Design team to determine the scope of a project
  • Create images that identify a product or convey a message
  • Develop graphics for product illustrations, logos, and websites
  • Present the design to the art director
  • Incorporate changes recommended by the clients into the final design
  • Review designs for errors before printing or publishing them

The candidate must be willing to work from our New Hyde Park Headquarters.

Skills: HTML, CSS, Graphic Design, Adobe Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, PC and Microsoft Office.

Hours: 20-24 per week (3 days)

This is an unpaid internship and is only open to current design students and college graduates attending vocational school and/or college.

Interns will receive academic credits.

Please email your resume and cover letter to: mariamaldonado@midtowncomics.com with subject line "Graphic Design Internship"


Selfhelp Queens North Case Management

Major(s): Health Related Sciences, Social Work, Psychology

FRIENDLY VISITING PROGRAM

Do you have 1 free hour to spend with a homebound senior per week?

Become a Friendly Visitor to provide companionship and socialization to homebound seniors! Friendly visiting reduces social isolation and enhances mental and physical health.

We are currently looking for English, Korean, Greek, Russian, Italian, and Spanish speakers!

To volunteer: Contact us at (718) 321-8194 | friendlyvisiting@selfhelp.net

  • Discuss shared interests
  • Talk about the news of the day
  • Do arts and crafts
  • Share stories and reminisce
  • Play board and card games

Volunteer Requirements:

  • Flexible weekly one hour long visits for a period of at least 6 months
  • Short interview and orientation process and background check
  • Must be at least 18+

Computer Information Systems - Desktop Support Specialist (Intern)

Major(s): IT

Job Description
Enter the fabulous world of comics and work for the premiere retailer! We are looking for a Desktop Support Specialist that has experience with installation, configuration, documentation, and maintenance of a Windows desktop environment and PC hardware administration. We're also looking for someone with a natural born love of comics.

The candidate will work closely with the IT Support Specialist in many new initiatives by researching, planning, documenting, testing, and rolling out new systems and applications. This position requires excellent communication skills, flexibility, and the ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide prompt and effective troubleshooting and problem solving skills.
  • Support a Windows 10 environment.
  • Support and Troubleshoot Microsoft Office applications.
  • Ensures proper installation of hardware, operating systems, and IT approved software.
  • The ability to effectively research and manage projects assigned to them in a professional, organized, and efficient manner.
  • Install, maintain, and troubleshoot computers, network equipment, and other peripherals such as printers and drivers at all remote locations.
  • Ability to travel and work at each of Midtown Comics remote locations in NYC when necessary.

Requirements:

  • Associates degree or higher in IT or IT related field, or A+ certification.
  • Experience working with Windows, Microsoft Office, and mobile devices. (i.e. iPhones, iPads, Droids, Windows).
  • Discipline and strong analytical problem solving skills.
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Full knowledge & proficiency with Microsoft Office.
  • Working knowledge of windows server environment.
  • Ability to lift heavy equipment such as pc's and printers.

This position is at our warehouse near the Nassau County border (New Hyde Park) and is very accessible via LIRR or NICE bus service.

For consideration please send your cover letter and resume to: mariamaldonado@midtowncomics.com
Please write "IT Intern" on the subject line.

Current Internship Opportunities for your consideration

2018 Project AHEAD

Major(s): Health Related Sciences

Project Asian Health Education and Development (AHEAD) is a 9-week summer internship program designed to give training and experience to college students who have an interest in pursuing a career in healthcare. Project AHEAD 2018 will take place Monday, June 18, 2018 through Friday, August 17, 2018, and will be located in lower Manhattan.

Our goals are:

  • To increase interns' interest in and awareness of the special needs, problems, and strengths of Asian American communities and to encourage interns to enter health and allied health professions in areas of community need.
  • To provide exposure to health care delivery in a community health center setting.
    • To help interns develop a better understanding of themselves as individuals and as important contributing members of minority communities.

The program consists of:

  • Seminars and workshops.
  • Development and implementation of a community health project.

Qualifications:

  • Currently an undergraduate student in second, third or final year of college at time of application.
  • Interested in healthcare and the Asian American community.
    • Committed to working full-time, Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm, including some early mornings and weekends.
    • We cannot accommodate international students or students who are studying temporarily in the United States.

How to apply:

Online applications are available at bit.ly/ProjectAHEADApply.

Applications are only accepted online, and include an online application, personal statement, and letter of recommendation. Complete applications must be submitted no later than February 15, 2018. Late applications will not be accepted. Academic transcripts and resumes are not required and will not be accepted. Applicants may be contacted for an interview for more information. These interviews will take place between February 20 and 24, 2018.

Please contact Melissa Bai at mbai@cbwchc.org with questions or for more information.


Community Tax Aid Accounting - Volunteer-Internship

VOLUNTEER TAX RETURN PREPARERS NEEDED

COMMUNITY TAX AID ANNOUNCES ITS 49TH YEAR OF FREE PERSONAL INCOME TAX PREPARATION FOR LOW-INCOME TAXPAYERS. VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED THROUGHOUT THE BRONX, BROOKLYN, MANHATTAN AND QUEENS.

Who are our volunteers:

  • Tax professionals, students, retirees, and anyone with a desire to help.
    • Return preparers
    • Translators: Spanish, Mandarin and Korean speakers.
  • You will work alongside site managers that are career tax professionals, including CPAs, attorneys and enrolled agents.

What we can do for you:

  • Provide you free comprehensive training (a one-day Saturday session or two Monday evening sessions).
  • Flexibility to choose the location and hours that best meet your needs
  • Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit for CPA's.
  • An opportunity to provide a valuable service for free to the community

Where you can volunteer:

  • 9 locations throughout the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens
  • Select locations can assist people who do not speak English

When you can volunteer:

  • Weekday evenings/ Saturdays or Sundays from mid-February to mid-April

How to find a location near you:

CTA is different from many other free tax preparation services available in NYC. Over the years we have prepared well over 100,000 tax returns. Since we are an independent tax-exempt organization that is not affiliated with the IRS, we can help clients in ways many other free tax preparation services are prohibited from doing and we are available all year. CTA volunteers will prepare ALL current and prior year personal income tax returns (federal, city and all 50 states). We NEVER charge a fee for our services or ask for a donation.


The Tax Sister Inc.

Internship Description

Title: Tax Intern

Job Type: 2 Full Time, 1 Part Time

Required Hours: 15+

Company Hours: (M-F: 11am-7pm*)

Internship Program

The Internship Program is an educational opportunity that The Tax Sister provides to aspiring professionals that are currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate educational program. This purpose of this program is to teach all the company interns different skills which can be applied to different industries or trades. To be eligible for this program, all interns must meet the following guidelines:

  • Provide documentation that your respective academic institution is willing to award college credit for the completion of this program
  • Agree to sign performance evaluation which stipulates that academic credit will be awarded to student under successful completion of the internship program

Job Description

The Tax Sister is searching for interns to help the company prepare tax returns for its clients. The company is interested in adding two – three individuals to its internship program. These Individuals need to have people skills, problem-solving skills, leadership skills and a basic understanding of tax accounting. These individuals will be the first representatives that will interact with the company's clients. This internship will pay a biweekly stipend that will be disclosed during the interview process. Additionally, the company will provide its interns with training and complimentary snacks and beverages. All interns will be evaluated on their performance after the program. All applicants must have studied or are currently studying Business, Economics, Accounting, Finance, Analytics or any related field.

The minimum requirements for this job are listed as follows:

  • Junior Year (Senior Year Preferred)
  • 3.0 GPA
  • Problem Solving Skills
  • Able to work with others
  • Leadership Capability
  • Oral Communication Skills
  • Microsoft Office Proficiency

Please submit a resume and list of (2) professional references to Chris.TheTaxSister@gmail.com


OFFICE OF THE NEW YORK STATE COMPTROLLER FUTURE FORWARD INTERNSHIP ACADEMY Business - FFIA 2018 Announcment

The New York State Comptroller's Future Forward Internship Academy (FFIA) is currently accepting applications from college students that are interested in earning up to 13 upper-level college credits towards a baccalaureate degree. In addition to the academic component, students will gain hands-on experience working with professionals who are committed to excellence, transparency and accountability in government. Students will be paid a stipend of 15 hours weekly on Monday and Friday.

The New York State Comptroller is the chief fiscal officer for the State of New York and is responsible for managing the State's pension fund and oversees the New York State and Local Retirement System which serves over one million members and retirees. The Comptroller also audits spending practices of State agencies, local governments and reviews the New York State and New York City budgets, approves State contracts, and administers the State Oil Spill Fund.

The Comptroller's Future Forward Internship Academy allows students to select one of four courses:

Track I: Auditing (Available in Albany & New York City)

Track II: Governmental Accounting & Management (Albany Only)

Track III: Human Resource & Administration (Albany Only)

Track IV: Project Management (Albany Only)

The summer session is an ardent 13 week program beginning May 23, 2018, through August 17, 2018. This program will require a time commitment of 37.5 hours per week.

Qualifications:

Candidates must be matriculated undergraduate students; rising juniors, seniors and graduating seniors at a regionally accredited college or university or one recognized by the NYS Education Department as following acceptable educational practices; all majors are welcome to apply. Space is limited.

Locations:

Albany and New York City

To Apply:

Please visit our website, at http://www.osc.state.ny.us/recruit/futureforward/index.htm. To be considered for the Comptroller's Future Forward Internship Academy, you must complete the application process by January 31, 2018.

For general inquiries, please send an email to FutureForwardInternshipAcademy@osc.state.ny.us.

To learn more about the Office of the New York State Comptroller, please visit our website at www.osc.state.ny.us.

The Office of the New York State Comptroller is an Affirmative Action /Equal Opportunity Employer


Voya Financial

Major(s): Finance, Business

Voya Financial is providing an opportunity to intern at a New York City financial services firm. Voya (NYSE:VOYA) is a publicly traded company and was recently named a 2017 World's Most Ethical Company®. Our aim is to be America's Retirement Company™ and we are dedicated to helping our clients plan, invest and protect their savings- to get ready to retire better.

This position will provide support to the office staff and will also be trained on some of the basics in wealth management and financial analysis. This can be a part-time or full-time internship, from Monday to Thursday.

Job Duties:

  • Answering and directing calls
  • Research stock performance
  • Identify industry trends across several vertical markets
  • General office duties (faxing, copying, etc.)
  • Assist in ad-hoc reports and special projects as needed
  • Perform research on several subjects using the web and internal resources
  • Prepare outgoing packages
  • Perform other duties as required

Job Requirements:

  • A Finance or Economic major
  • The ideal candidate should be at least a Sophomore
  • Strong written and verbal communications skills
  • Clerical, administrative management practices and procedures
  • Highly proficient in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
  • Ability to multi-task and handle short term deadlines and conflicting priorities
  • Some financial experience preferred

3718 Northern Blvd., Suite 305
Long Island City, NY 11101
Tel: 718.937.8797 Toll Free: 866.712.6020 Fax: 718-937-8799
www.voya.com

Securities and Investments Advisory Services Offered Through VOYA Financial Partners, Member SIPC


Lighthouse

Major(s): Finance, Business

Finance Project Assistant ~ Management Consultant

Lighthouse Guild is the leading not-for-profit vision + healthcare organization with a longstanding heritage of serving the needs of people who are blind or visually impaired, as well as those with multiple disabilities or chronic medical conditions.

The Finance Department manages Lighthouse Guild's money. The business functions include planning, organizing, auditing, accounting for and controlling Lighthouse Guild's finances. The Finance Department also produces the company's financial statements. We seek a volunteer to update the Department's accounting manual. This candidate will be managed by the Controller and the Chief Financial Officer.

Principle Duties and Responsibilities:

Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Interview finance staff members
  • Understand then document their processes and work flow
  • Revise, edit and otherwise update the manual
  • Review findings with the department's leadership.

Qualifications:

  • Strong writing skills with an ability to communicate concisely
  • Strong verbal communication skills
  • Ability to coordinate with others & work independently
  • Strong proficiency in Microsoft Word is required
  • Ability to understand processes and workflow is required
  • Experience as a management consultant, leading teams or related experience is helpful, but not required.

Details of the Opportunity: The ideal candidate will be available at least two or three times per week. This is a short term project that will last approximately three months depending upon the volunteer's availability. Business casual attire (no jeans, no sneakers) is required during this opportunity.

Please submit a resume to volunteer@lighthouseguild.org. Please note the hours you are available as well as the length of your availability. Any questions should be directed to the Volunteer Resources Department at (646) 874-8688.


Intern - Clinton Foundation

Position Title: Intern
Date (MM/DD/YYYY): 8/09/2017
Department: Commitments/Development/Communications/Foreign Policy
Site Location: Midtown

BASIC PURPOSE/JOB SUMMARY
Describe the primary purpose of this position.

The purpose of this position is to serve as an intern at the Clinton Foundation. S/he will be assigned tasks that will enable him/her to enhance key skills to support career growth and development. S/he will be paired with a mentor to help with future growth and will need to be proactive in fostering a strong mentor/mentee relationship. S/he will also develop a final project in collaboration with his/her manager.

Quantifiable Responsibilities

Primary accountability for specific functions and results. List by order of importance in descending order. Not exhaustive and subject to change as necessary.
Rank Describe Essential Functions Approx. % of Time

1.

  • Complete tasks and projects as assigned in an effort to gain transferable skills that will enhance career growth and development
  • Work collaboratively within his/her department to support the team, solve problems and achieve results
  • Proactively seek ways to add value to his/her team while seeking to enhance personal career endeavors
  • Conduct research
  • Draft and format written deliverables, presentations and other communications materials as may be assigned
  • Provide social media support to the team if applicable
  • May be involved in analysis of data; project coordination; developing and organizing projects; compiling data
  • Assist with external communications

40%

2.

  • Attend training sessions and events as scheduled and assigned
  • Collaborate with assigned mentor and manager per personal and professional development needs
  • Network with fellow interns and staff to foster collaboration

30%

3.

  • Complete a final project and present it to the intern class
  • Comply with Foundation policies and procedures
  • Establish effective ways to remain organized and engaged
  • Other duties as requested by the Foundation
  • Make presentations as assigned

30%

Past Internship Opportunities for your consideration

National Volunteer Opportunities - The Borgen Project

The Borgen Project is currently hiring for the following national volunteer opportunities. With these positions, volunteering can be done from home.

Regional Director

Location: Nationwide (Telecommute Volunteer Role) Salary: Unpaid Duration: 6-months Hours: 4-6 hours per week

You don’t need to be a lobbyist to help influence foreign policy. As a Regional Director, you’ll serve as a Borgen Project Ambassador in your city – mobilizing your friends, family and colleagues to contact Congress in support of key poverty reduction legislation.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Meet with local congressional leaders and lobby for legislation that improves living conditions for the world’s poor.
  • Mobilize people in your community to contact their congressional leaders to support poverty reduction legislation.
  • Manage and implement fundraising campaigns.
  • Build a network of people engaged in the cause.
  • Serve as The Borgen Project’s ambassador in your city.

Find out more


Telecommute Internships - The Borgen Project

Only 12% of intern candidates applying to The Borgen Project are selected. While the hiring process is incredibly competitive, we look for a diverse range of backgrounds. We’ve found no correlation between high GPA’s, MBA’s and/or prestigious universities when it comes to determining who will have the biggest impact for the world’s poor. Our selection process focuses more on finding great individuals, with a strong work ethic and passion for righting wrongs.

The telecommute positions below work from home, but must meet weekly deadlines, attend meetings via conference call and submit regular reports. All positions are unpaid, but college credit is available.

Select a position below to read more and apply:

  • Public Relations/Marketing Internship
  • HR Internship
  • Writer Internship
  • Journalism Internship
  • Political Affairs Internship

Find out more


Bookeeping Intern job description-Quickbook a must-Midtown Comics

Bookkeeping Internship Available (Nassau County)

Growing company based near Nassau County border has an opening for a part-time Bookkeeping Intern. We offer a constructive, positive and friendly work environment. We are seeking a part-time Bookkeeping Intern whis a team player and has an enthusiastic approach this or her work.

Education, Experience, and Skills Preferred:

  • Knowledge of QuickBooks accounting program is a must
  • Also required computer literate with knowledge of MS Word and Excel with accurate typing skills for data entry
  • The candidate should have a strong work ethic, be organized, neat, have attention tdetail and be reliable as well as punctual
  • Ability tperform several tasks concurrently with ease and professionalism
  • Seeking an individual that is a self starter, willing tlearn and investigate new and better ways of getting the job done
  • Seeking an individual whis flexible and will assist with all office responsibilities as required in the day tday operations
  • Must have excellent interpersonal skills
  • Energetic, strong work ethic and a desire tlearn

Functions and Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Accounts receivables and payables
  • Facilitate incoming mail and receivables
  • Perform other duties as assigned
  • Bill pay functions

If you're interested, please reply with your resume and a cover letter to: mariamaldonado@midtowncomics.com

Please specify Bookkeeping Internship on the subject line


Bookeeping Intern job description- Midtown Comics

Bookkeeping Internship Available (Nassau County)

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  • Perform other duties as assigned
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Below are the 5 main credentials preferred for the Bookkeeping Internship:

  • QuickBooks knowledge preferred
  • Basic knowledge of Excel
  • Basic knowledge of Accounting
  • Detail oriented and able t
  • multitask
  • Data Entry skills required

If you're interested, please reply with your resume and a cover letter to: mariamaldonado@midtowncomics.com

Please specify Bookkeeping Internship on the subject line


Business, Finance, Real Estate Investment and Development Firm

We are a Real Estate investment and development firm based in Queens and looking for an intern.

Great for beginners or seasoned professionals.

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  • build a career with us and earn high commission t
  • qualifying applicants.

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Internship at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine

Major(s): Business, Medical Office Tech., Information Technology, Health Sciences, Good computer skills

New York College of Podiatric Medicine, located on 124th Street on the east side of Manhattan, is looking for an Intern in many fields:

Health Sciences
Medical Software Testing
Information Technology
Business
HR
Good computer skills

Could be a recent grad.
Can be done for credit
Must have a good GPA

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NY Public Advocate's Office

Major(s): Social Work, Political Science, Office Administrative Technology, Liberal Arts, Criminal Justice, Pre-law, Graphic Design

NY Public Advocate's Office, downtown NYC near City Hall, is seeking Interns for the Spring 2018 in:

  • Social Work
  • Political Science
  • Office Admin. Tech.
  • Liberal Arts
  • Pre-law, Law
  • Criminal Justice
  • Graphic Design

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Criminal Justice Majors - NYPD internship

Internships for the spring 2018 semester with the
NYPD are available.

Deadline is coming

This internship must be done for credit through a Cooperative Education class- UBST 101, 102, or 201.

You must have a minimum 2.5 GPA and between 24-30 credits and register for the Cooperative Education class in the Social Science Department.

There is a background check with this internship.

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  • perform 12 hours a week at the internship.

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  • Library room 429.

The MET Museum internship program

Major(s): All Majors, Business, Art & Design, Museum & Gallery Studies

Dear Students,

Our summer 2018 internship application is almost ready! Consider applying for a summer or long-term internship at The Met. The application opens November 17; check our website for updated information next week.

In the meantime, check out this upcoming event to learn more about museum careers through conversations with Met staff.

Career Insights

Friday, November 17, 5 to 8 pm

Speak with staff from many different backgrounds about their jobs, and find out how to apply your skills toward an internship or a museum career. Meet with curators, conservators, educators, designers, photographers, scientists, writers, and more. Free and open to all undergraduate and graduate students. Register in advance to reserve your spot.

Register Now

We hope to see you there!

College & University Programs at The Met

The Met
Fifth Avenue


1000 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10028

The Met
Cloisters


99 Margaret Corbin Drive
Fort Tryon Park
New York, NY 10040

The Met
Breuer


945 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10021


HACU

Major(s): All Majors

The HACU National Internship Program (HNIP)

"Opening Doors of Opportunity - Abriendo Puertas de Oportunidad"

Whether you are a student looking for an internship or a federal agency or corporation looking for an intern, we feel confident that we can help you in your pursuit. We are always in search of the best and the brightest to fill our many internship opportunities. We are also looking to partner with government and corporate sector organizations interested in developing the next generation of dedicated public servants and business leaders.

Our website contains information about our mission, upcoming program dates and deadlines, and ideas about how to get involved with our organization. Thank you for your interest in the HACU National Internship Program!

Click the link for information on HACU's Corporate Internship Program.

2018 Internship Dates

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application session dates
Session Program Dates Application Opens Deadline Number of Weeks
Spring 2018 Jan. 11 - April 27, 2018 Sept. 5, 2017 Oct. 27, 2017
EXTENDED: Nov. 15,2017
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Summer 2018 June 1 - Aug. 10, 2018
June 14 - Aug. 24, 2018*
Sept. 5, 2017 Oct. 27, 2017**
Feb. 16, 2018*
10
Fall 2018 Aug. 23 - Dec. 7, 2018 Jan. 16, 2018 June 8, 2018 15

*To accommodate students who attend institutions that operate on a quarter calendar, we have a later start date for the summer session only.

**For consideration for U.S. Intelligence Community internships

**NOTICE** Puerto Rico Applicants: Due to the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria, we are offering accommodations to facilitate the application process. Please click on the following link for more information: Application Checklist

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.

Susanne Grossman,
Office of Career Services
Internship Coordinator/Placement Advisor
L-429
(718) 631-6297

Campus Cultural Centers

Kupferberg Holocaust CenterOpens in a new window
Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center and ArchivesOpens in a new window

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

Queensborough Performing Arts CenterOpens in a new window
QPAC: Performing Arts CenterOpens in a new window

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.

Queensborough Art GalleryOpens in a new window
QCC Art GalleryOpens in a new window

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.