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.

Below are Internship Opportunities for your consideration.

Procter & Gamble

P&G will host a number of unique student programs at our global headquarters in Cincinnati, OH. These workshops are designed to give top students a variety of opportunities such as:

  • Learning about various careers and functions at P&G
  • Providing an early opportunity to interview for intern positions

Additionally, all expenses are paid! Learn more about P&G’s student programs:

Information Technology - Summer Internship

For students with a curiosity for understanding data and information, analytics or project management, or just a master at technology.

  • Emerging Leaders in Information Technology Experience Seminar - For December 2017- May 2018 graduates working toward a degree in business, information systems, operations, research, math/statistics or engineering that have a passion for technology.
  • Information Technology Freshman Leadership Forum - For December 2018 to May 2019 graduates with a degree in business, information systems, operations, research, math/statistics or engineering that have a passion for technology.

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Human Resources - Summer Internship

For students interested in experiencing the life of a P&G Human Resources Manager.

  • Human Resources Leadership Summit - For 2018 graduates with a degree in business administration, human resources, or industrial relations.
  • Human Resources Freshman Leadership Forum- For 2019 graduates with a degree in business administration, human resources, or industrial relations.

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Consumer & Market Knowledge - Summer Internship

For students with a curiosity for understanding consumer behavior.

  • Consumer & Market Knowledge Consumer Strategy Workshop - For 2018 graduates with degrees in engineering, business, liberal arts psychology and marketing.
  • Consumer & Market Knowledge Freshman Leadership Forum - For 2019 graduates with degrees in engineering, business, liberal arts psychology and marketing.

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The Summer Leadership Forum (SLF)

MAY - AUGUST 2016

Each summer, Second Stage welcomes over a dozen college students to learn more about the business and administration of theatre. The Summer Student Leadership Forum, held from May - August, is a 10 week internship program designed to give students hands-on experience in an Off-Broadway, non-profit theatre company.

The Summer Leadership Forum (SLF) is comprised of four main elements:

Hands on Learning
Based on the interest of the student and needs of the theatre, each student is placed in a specific department within the company. The intern will have a departmental mentor who will oversee their work. Prior experience is not necessary though some computer skills are essential.

Forum
Over the course of the program, participants meet with guest speakers to experience a wide range of perspectives on both the administrative and artistic aspects of a non-profit theatre company. Past forum meetings guests have included Second Stage's artistic and management staff, professional directors, playwrights, composers and designers.

Study Guides
SLF participants are split into teams to read and discuss scripts for our upcoming productions. Under the guidance of Second Stage's artistic staff, they write creative and critical responses to the texts. Their writing becomes a key component of our study guides.

Group Projects
The aim of the group project is to challenge interns to think about larger scope questions that are integral to our company. Interns will work in teams to devise a business proposal answering one of these larger scope questions. Upon completion, interns have the opportunity to present their projects to Second Stage's senior staff and selective members of our Board of Trustees. This project provides students with practical, real-world experience under the guidance of Second Stage staff.

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Tinc Productions

Major(s): VAPA; Speech, Communications and Theatre Arts

Theatre Production

Tinc Productions, a production management firm based in New York City. For the sixth year in a row, Tinc will provide production management services for the New York Musical Theatre Festival.

We're looking to hire up to 10 Associate Production Managers, Audio Technicians, Lighting Technicians, and Audio Engineers for the festival which spans 5 off-Broadway venues throughout the month of July. With their help, we will produce and manage 30 new musicals, staged readings, and other special events. All positions are paid.

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NYC Department of Housing Preservation & Development-HPD Summer Internships 2016

About HPD
Established in 1978, the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) is the largest municipal housing preservation and development agency in the nation. The agency’s mission is to promote quality housing and diverse, thriving neighborhoods for New Yorkers through loan and development programs for new affordable housing, preservation of the affordability of existing housing stock, enforcement of housing quality standards, and educational programs for tenants and building owners.

HPD is responsible for carrying out Housing New York: A Five-Borough Ten-Year Plan, Mayor Bill de Blasio’s initiative to build or preserve 200,000 affordable housing units and to help both tenants and landlords preserve the quality and affordability of their homes. HPD is leading the Mayor's charge, in partnership with over 13 sister agencies, advocates, developers, tenants, community organizations, elected officials, and financial institutions.

HPD Internships
Every summer, HPD invites students from colleges, graduate programs and law schools to spend the summer with us learning about affordable housing and experiencing public service. Interns provide valuable work on key agency initiatives. To complement the work experience, HPD interns are invited to meet with the agency’s Commissioner and to participate in a group site visit, and are encouraged to participate in housing-related events hosted by partner organizations. HPD Internships are unpaid

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Sadie Nash Leadership Project

Dean Leadership Training Program
(Fulltime, Stipended summer opportunity)

ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW
Sadie Nash Leadership Project (SNLP) offers educational programs to provide selfidentified young women with an opportunity to analyze and explore leadership through rigorous coursework, experiential and skill based learning, and youthdesigned activism projects. Every aspect of the program is designed to support and develop young women to both visualize themselves as leaders and actualize their leadership.

OUR MISSION
Our mission is to strengthen, empower, and equip young women as agents of change in their lives and the world. By increasing the participation of young women in social, political and economic decision making, SNLP seeks to question and redefine the nature of leadership, and to promote perspectives and practices that are cooperative, accountable, ethical, and effective.

POSITION OVERVIEW
The Dean Leadership Training Program is a skillbased internship opportunity to gain handson youth work and facilitation experience. Deans should demonstrate clear leadership experience, as well as, an interest in young women’s leadership, social justice, youth development, education, feminism, and nonprofit work. The position offers a unique and exciting learning experience, which is fun, dynamic, and challenging. Eligible dean applicants must selfidentify as women and be either:

  • Recent college graduates (2015 graduates and nonmasters candidates)
  • Current Juniors/Seniors at 4year colleges
  • Graduates of 2-year colleges
  • 3-4 years out of high school

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Human Rights First New York Office

Accounting Intern (Unpaid)

Description: this internship is important to the functioning of the finance department. The chosen candidate will provide assistance to the controller with finance-related projects. Additionally, the candidate will assist with the reconciliation of revenue systems.

Duties:

  • Reconcile MIP Revenue Data with Raiser’s Edge Data
  • Filing of Paid Invoices
  • Electronic Bank Reconciliations
  • Investment Account Reconciliations
  • Ad Hoc Projects/Reports

Requried Skills & Experience:

  • Knowledge of Excel
  • Ability to work independently
  • Being organized and detail-oriented
  • Good communication skills

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Central Queens Y - Ladders for Leaders Program

Major(s): All Majors

What is NYC Ladders for Leaders?
Ladders for Leaders is a nationally recognized program that offers high school and college students the opportunity to participate in paid professional summer internships with leading corporations, non-profit organizations and government agencies in New York City.

Who can apply?

  • Youth between the ages of 16-22 who are enrolled in high school or college
  • A minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0
  • Resident of one of the five boroughs of New York City
  • Anyone with prior work experience either paid or volunteer
  • Legally allowed to work in New York City

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INTERSECTIONS: International Internship Program

Major(s): All Majors

Our internship will be on an ongoing basis, and ask that you review our internship link at http://www.intersections.org/internship-opportunities for more information.

To be a part of our internship program, you must be fluent in English and possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills. In addition, the applicant should be proficient in her or his required field of work and should be qualified with the knowledge of computer languages and MS Office. We promise that this academic internship program will be a great benefit to your students.

CUCE NYC 4H JUNTOS MENTOR POSITION DESCRIPTION

Position Title: 4-H Juntos Mentor Intern
Compensation: Volunteer, field placement &/or credit bearing
Contact/Supervisor: Lucinda Randolph Benjamin, Family & 4-H Youth Development
Tel: (212) 340-2907 | Email: lr26@cornell.edu

PROGRAM GOALS: Cornell Cooperative Extension-NYC (CUCE NYC) is seeking intern/volunteer mentors to support the 4-H Juntos Program at MS 390 in the Bronx. Working as a team, the mentors will provide guidance and leadership for a group of 60 students, with a ratio of 5-10 students per mentor over a period of 2 hours per session. Mentors will facilitate weekly 4-H workshops and provide leadership for community outreach projects and special activities involving parent engagement, field trips and career exploration that reinforce STEM education, college preparation and leadership to improve the overall outcome of their mentees.

The Mentor’s Responsibility to Mentee

  • A commitment of at least one year in a relationship with their 4-H Juntos Group.
  • Spend a minimum of 40 hours per year engaged in programmatic activities with middle school youth, including biweekly youth meetings and special activities (e.g. career exploration events, public presentations events, field trips, and parent meetings)
  • Lead group in completing the requirements of the 4-H Juntos program including:
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CUCE NYC 4-H TECH WIZARD VOLUNTEER MENTOR JOB DESCRIPTION

Position Title: 4-H Tech Wizard Mentor Intern
Compensation: Volunteer, field placement &/or credit bearing
Contact/Supervisor: Lucinda Randolph Benjamin, Family & 4-H Youth Development
Tel: (212) 340-2907 | Email: lr26@cornell.edu

PROGRAM GOALS: Cornell Cooperative Extension-NYC (CUCE NYC) is seeking intern/volunteer mentors to support the 4-H Tech Wizards project in several school and community based agencies across New York City. Working as a team, the mentors will provide guidance and leadership for a group of 20 students, with a ratio of 6 students per mentor over a period of 2 hours per session. Mentors will facilitate weekly workshops and provide leadership for community outreach projects and special activities involving parent engagement, field trips and career exploration that reinforce STEM education to improve the overall outcome of their mentees.

The Mentor’s Responsibility to Mentee

  • A commitment of at least one year in a relationship with their 4-H Tech Wizard Group.
  • Spend a minimum of 40 hours per year engaged in programmatic activities with middle school &/or elementary youths, including weekly youth meetings and special activities (e.g. career exploration events, public presentations events, field trips, and parent meetings)
  • Lead group in completing the requirements of the 4-H Tech Wizards program including:
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Kupferberg Holocaust Center at QCC - Stipend paid

Major(s): All Majors; History; Social Sciences; Psychology; Sociology

The KHRCA offers three internship programs each Fall and Spring semesters. Students are required to apply by the application deadline and submit all required materials. Interns meet with the program director for one hour a week for twelve weeks. There is a final presentation required for each internship program that connects directly to the subject matter covered. On completion of the program the intern will receive a stipend of $360. Internships are not only limited to students attending Queensborough Community College, but are also open to others who meet the program's eligibility criteria and time commitment.

The application deadline for the Spring Semester is: Friday, February 12th, 2016.

EXPLORING THE HOLOCAUST
Fridays 12pm-1pm
Students selected to participate in this internship will meet weekly at the Holocaust Center to examine the impact World War II had on residents living in Europe's Jewish communities. Through readings, videos, group discussions, and presentations by local residents who lived in Europe at that time, students will gain a strong understanding of the Holocaust. Student interns will be trained to use this knowledge to conduct an intensive interview of local survivors and present his/her story to the other interns as well as members of the QCC community.

IDENTIFYING AND DEALING WITH HATE CRIMES IN OUR COMMUNITIES
Thursdays 9am-10am
Students selected to participate in this internship will meet weekly at the Holocaust Center to explore legislation dealing with hate crimes and meet with representatives of city and state agencies who deal with victims of hate crimes in assisting them in seeking justice. Agencies such as: the New York City Police Department Hate Crimes Unit, the Queens District Attorney's Office the LGBT Anti-Violence project, United Sikhs, and other such groups will participate in the project. Student interns will be trained as to the various legal steps taken by these agencies in determining if a hate crime has been committed and follow the prosecution of such a crime. Each intern will be required to visit two of the participating agencies for hand on experience.

ASIAN SOCIAL JUSTICE INTERNSHIP
Wednesdays 11am-12pm
Students selected to participate in this internship will meet weekly at the Holocaust Center to examine and discuss the impact of World War II on those residents living in occupied Asia, particularly the story of the Comfort Women. The program is led by a scholar specializing in gender issues in Korean history. Student interns will be trained to use this knowledge to conduct an intensive remote interview of survivors and present his/her story to the other interns and interested members of Queensborough Community College.

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Office of Public Advocate Letitia James

Major(s): Journalism; English; Social Sciences; Political Science; Pre Law; All Majors; Urban Studies;

The Office of Public Advocate Letitia James is now recruiting spring and summer interns.

There are openings in our Constituent Services, Outreach, Communication, Administration, Legal and Policy Departments.

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IT internship with Department of Corrections-Desktop Support Rikers Position

The NYC Correction Department is seeking a Desktop Support intern to assist the agency in providing assistance in its IT Division. The position entails the following:

  • Performing desktop support services at both the Bulova HQ for DOC and Rikers Island.
  • Completion of assigned desktop support tickets.
  • Fixing desktop hardware, software and peripheral issue a of varying complexity.
  • Advising senior desktop support techs of any issues and supplies used during repairs
  • Intake of technology product deliveries, movement of boxes, hardware and other heavy items
  • Installation of telephones and other desktop hardware
  • Other tasks as needed

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INTERNS

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.

We help people of all ages who are at risk for, or are experiencing, vision loss. We provide services, research and education, and advocate to help people with low vision and blindness.

Summary:
Lighthouse Guild seeks an intern to perform administrative tasks which are associated with computer, network and printing related issues on a daily basis. He/she may also be required to perform other IT related duties.

Principle Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Inventory technology across the enterprise and record information on spreadsheet.
  • Diagnose and repair computer related issues.
  • Diagnose simple network problems and resolve them quickly and effectively.
  • Assist with Help Desk function as needed
  • Provide other administrative support required for the operation of the IT Department as needed.

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Hudson Guild Communications Intern Description

Major(s): Graphic Design; Communications; Marketing

Title: Communications Intern
Department: External Relations
Site: Hudson Guild’s Elliott Center (441 W. 26th Street, New York, NY 10001)
Availability: This internship requires a minimum of 10 hours a week. Dates/times flexible.
*Only part-time college students will be considered for this position.

Intern Description:

Hudson Guild seeks a self-motivated undergraduate student to assist the External Relations team with fundraising and marketing efforts. The intern will play a key role in supporting the Communications Associate with daily communications activities, including contributing to social media and the e-newsletter; recording and analyzing analytics; managing press materials; coordinating print production; and attending events. Ideal candidates should be well organized and willing to take on a diverse array of tasks. Some design experience preferred.

The intern will participate in staff meetings, be expected to think creatively and strategically to contribute to the External Relations team, and work collaboratively with a variety of program staff as needed. The intern will be supervised by the Communications Associate.

Hours are flexible, with a minimum of 10 hours on-site at Hudson Guild's West 26thSt. location.

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Summer Internship Program - New York Mets (Flushing, NY)

Major(s): Marketing, Communications-Media Relations, Accounting, External Affairs-Community Outreach, Human Resources, Metropolitan Hospitality, Procurement

Summary:
We are seeking talented students who are interested in summer internship opportunities within the New York Mets' front office. The Summer Internship Program is designed for qualified students who are entering their Junior or Senior year of College; recent graduates and graduate students may also apply. The Interns selected will make a significant contribution to the Organization during the 2016 season. The internships will be compensated on an hourly basis.

Please note: If you are selected to participate in the interview process, the first round will include a digital interview (HireVue).

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Disney Theatrical Group

Disney Theatrical Group is currently seeking interns for our Summer 2016 internship program. This multifaceted program provides a hands on, engaging learning opportunity to the next generation of theatre makers, managers, producers and administrators who are seeking experience in a professional theatre setting.

In order to qualify for the internship, the candidate must be a full time student currently enrolled in an accredited educational institution with a focus on or demonstrated interest in theatre or performing arts. Applicants must have completed their freshman year and plan to return to school for at least one semester at the completion of the internship.

We are now accepting applications for the following internships:

Creative Development Internship

Creative Services Videography Internship

Domestic Licensing Internship

Domestic Touring Internship

Education & Outreach Internship

Group Sales Internship

Theatre Operations Internship

Please click on the live link for each position above or visit disneyinterns.com and search "theatrical."

We are looking for the brightest talent to add value to our already outstanding team. We know that you regularly work with the best and brightest students. If you have talented students who are looking for paid internships and an opportunity for hands-on experience in arts administration, please encourage them to apply. We have also attached a printable flyer for your convenience.

Applications will be accepted until March 5, 2016.

To view previous internship opportunities

2016

2015


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