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
Road to Greatness
We are looking to begin our program Road to Greatness in Spring 2017. We work with elementary students at PS 199 in Sunnyside, Queens. Our program consists of the Arts and Sports. At this time, we are looking for 2 interns/volunteers to teach the arts and sports as well as 5 interns/volunteers to assist during the sessions. Ideally, the after school would run between 6 to 9pm on Fridays (We are still looking into scheduling). Interns/Volunteers are required to have their fingerprints with DOH (the program covers this), tuberculosis shot and 3 references.
Instructor’s responsibilities include taking attendance, having knowledge of the subject, teaching the lesson provided by the program director, report any incidents, arrive on time to set up materials/equipment, and clean up after sessions. Instructors should have experience working with young children.
Assistant’s responsibilities include helping Instructors with setting up and cleaning up, assist students with their work, report any incidents, participate in activities, assist with arrival and dismissal of students. Assistant should have experience working with young children.
An interview with program director would need to be scheduled before interning or volunteering for the program. For instructors we would want someone who is majoring in either art or physical education.
ASIAN AMERICAN LEGAL DEFENSE AND EDUCATION FUND
The Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund (AALDEF), founded in 1974, protects and promotes the civil rights of Asian Americans through litigation, legal advocacy, and community education.
Major(s): Criminal Justice, Pre-Law, All interested majors
AALDEF attorneys work in the following program areas:
· Anti-Trafficking Initiative - Provide direct legal representation to victims and survivors of human trafficking by drafting petitions for immigration relief, conduct legal research and writing, engage in outreach, community education, and advocacy on the rights of exploited and abused workers.
· Community Health Care Initiative - legal research, community education and outreach in the areas of immigration, government benefits, language rights, and health care access;
· Economic Justice for Workers - legal research, advocacy and direct representation on behalf of Asian immigrant workers experiencing wage-and-hour, retaliation, and workplace safety violations in the restaurant, nail salon, domestic worker, and other low-wage industries.
· Educational Equity: community education, policy work, research, and litigation concerning educational equity in higher education.
Eating 2 Ways
Major(s): Health Related Sciences, Nutrition
Seeking a student intern for qualitative research assistance between September and December 2016. As part of an IRB approved research project, I am seeking a student to assist with exploratory interviews on topics related to migration, diet and physical activity. Responsibilities will include:
- Identifying potential participants in New York or Connecticut
- Verifying eligibility of potential participants
- Interviewing participants with an audio recorder
- Administering a brief questionnaire that accompanies the interview
- Submitting a field report on the interview process; and
- Collecting contact information so that participants may be provided incentives and contacted in case follow up is necessary
The intern will be interviewing adults who migrated to the U.S. from any English-speaking Caribbean nation or island. Interviews to date have lasted between 45 and 90 minutes. Experience with similar immigrant populations is preferred.
“EARLY EXPERIENCES MATTER”
Major(s): Education, Psychology, Sociology
Professor Jennifer Astuto is leading a study examining the long term impact of home-based intervention on children’s academic achievement. Incoming interns will come explore and reflect on their role in community–based intervention.
Project Description: Field-based PlayLabNYU interns will help with re-consenting Black and Latino families in three independent randomized samples in Queens and Brooklyn. These efforts support the longitudinal examination of a play-based home intervention aimed to increase school readiness for children growing up poor.
Intern with NYC Council Member I. Daneek Miller
Major(s): All interested majors, Political Science, Office Admin. Tech.
Need an internship? Looking for experience? Want to volunteer?
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Current Internship Opportunities for your consideration
Amnesty International USA
We are currently seeking intern applicants for the Fall and Spring semesters. Students with an interest in human rights, non-profit, administration, management, and communication skills would be ideal candidates.
I would very much appreciate it if you could forward the Internship opportunity below to any of your current students. Interested students should submit a short introduction and resume to email@example.com.
Herstory Writers Workshop
A non-profit organization dedicated to creating written memoirs, utilizing lived experiences to affect community change. Aside from holding writing workshops and reading circles for the general public, Herstory offers writing workshops in county jails, substance abuse rehabilitation programs, and in schools and colleges. Interns should demonstrate an interest in social justice, and be dedicated to activism. We are also working to support legislative initiatives throughout the state that would affect at risk populations, for example; our major project this year will require you to work extensively on the Domestic Violence Survivors Justice Act (DVSJA) which works to support added judicial discretion for domestic violence survivors who defend themselves against their abusers. This legislation is geared toward (1) giving judge’s discretion to sentence survivors whose abuse was a “significant contributing factor” in their crime a lower sentence, and (2) permitting currently incarcerated survivors to apply to the courts for resentencing and earlier release.
As Herstory will be engaging in public policy, part of the internship will be research based. Responsibilities include attending and providing logistical support for reading circles and our annual fundraiser, with a minimum of 15 hours per week required. Students must have a GPA of 3.5 or higher and demonstrate strong research and writing skills. This internship will run though both the fall ’16 and spring ‘17 semesters.
Please email a resume and cover letter to: Serena Liguori, Co-Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Heritage Radio Network
A food oriented nonprofit radio network based in Bushwick, Brooklyn
We're looking to fill two intern positions for Fall 2016. The internships will be unpaid, but can be applied for school credit. The time commitment is approximately 16 hours a week for a duration of 6 months.
We are looking for a Development Intern and Editorial Intern. The Development internship is a really unique position that combines fundraising, donor outreach along with an inside look at internet radio.
The Editorial position will deals mostly with social media, editing and researching for radio pieces.
Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume and writing sample to email@example.com.
District Office Internship Program
Major(s): All Majors, Political Science, Journalism, Office Admin. Tech., Marketing
The Office of Senator Leroy Comrie is seeking motivated volunteer interns with a sincere interest in public service. The internship is an excellent opportunity to learn about the inside workings of city government and gain hands on experience working in politics.
Interns will assist with a variety of special projects and general office duties:
- Answering phones and greeting office guests
- Addressing constituent concerns
- Maintaining the filing system and contact lists
- Drafting correspondences to the community
- Assisting with legislative and historical research
Planned Parenthood of New York City
Policy and Government Relations Intern Position
Major(s): Health Related Sciences, English, Journalism, Pre-law, Urban Developement
Since 1916, Planned Parenthood of New York City (PPNYC) has been an advocate for and provider of reproductive health services and education for New Yorkers. Serving nearly 50,000 clients annually, PPNYC's health care centers in Manhattan, Brooklyn, the Bronx and Staten Island offer reproductive health services, including gynecological care, contraception, pregnancy testing, abortion, testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections, and HIV testing and counseling. Through a threefold mission of clinical services, education, and advocacy, PPNYC brings better health and more fulfilling lives to each new generation of New Yorkers. As a voice for reproductive freedom, PPNYC supports legislation and policies to ensure that all New Yorkers—and, in fact, people around the world—will have access to the full range of reproductive health care services and information.
- Research policy issues relevant to PPNYC's work and present legislative recommendations.
- Research citywide data for its impact on patients of PPNYC and potential legislative advocacy opportunities.
- Assist in updating and management of elected official database.
- Track elected officials' voting records and statements and current legislation.
- Assist with Public Affairs administrative and scheduling support.
- Other duties as assigned.
Please read the EAC Network program’s Internship Placement Options forms. When you have found a program(S) that you have an interest in interning with, please email a cover letter and resume to the email address listed as the contact information on the Internship Placement Options form.
For more information about all of EAC Network’s programs we encourage you to fully review the agency Web site at www.eacinc.org
Prior Internship Opportunities for your consideration
Fellowships at the KHC
Stipend; paid internship
Major(s): History, Psychology, Social Work, All majors
EXPLORING THE HOLOCAUST
Students selected to participate in this fellowship will meet weekly for one hour 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 fellows will be trained to use this knowledge to conduct an intensive interview of local survivors and present his/her story to the other fellows as well as members of the QCC community.
IDENTIFYING AND DEALING WITH HATE CRIMES
Students selected to participate in this fellowship will meet weekly for one hour 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 fellows 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 fellow will be required to review actual cases and research local organizations that deal with these types of crimes and present to the other fellows as well as members of the QCC community.
ASIAN SOCIAL JUSTICE
Students selected to participate in this fellowship will meet weekly for one hour at the Holocaust Center to examine and discuss the impact of World War II on those residents living in occupied Asia. The program is led by a scholar specializing in the history of Comfort Women. Student fellows will be trained to use this knowledge to conduct an intensive remote interview of survivors and present his/her story to the other fellows as well as members of the QCC community.
Lighthouse Guild Vision+Health
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 finance and accounting intern who will get firsthand experience in not-for-profit accounting in a healthcare environment. The candidate will get a well-rounded experience with diverse exposure to the accounting monthly closing, internal audit and annual audit processes. In addition, the candidate will also have exposure to the financial management side of how the general ledger entries get summarized into management reporting to help business leaders make strategic decisions. This candidate will report to the Chief Financial Officer.
Principle Duties and Responsibilities:
Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Reconciling bank accounts (cash management)
- Reviewing expenses
- Participate in monthly closing process by creating general ledger entries and reviewing, researching and resolving variances
Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund
Major(s): All Majors, Urban Planning, Political Science
FALL INTERNSHIPS 2016 DEFENDING ASIAN AMERICAN VOTING RIGHTS for Undergraduate, Graduate, and Law Students
The Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund (AALDEF) protects and promotes the civil rights of Asian Americans through litigation, advocacy, and community education. Fall internships are available for college, graduate, and law students in AALDEF’s Voting Rights Program.
In prior elections, Asian Americans faced a series of barriers in exercising their right to vote. For example, poll workers were hostile and made racist remarks, poll sites had too few interpreters to assist Asian American voters, translated voting materials were missing or hidden from voters, and ballots were mistranslated listing Democratic candidates as Republicans, and vice versa. Then, when the news media reported on election returns and the vote by specific groups, Asian Americans were overlooked. AALDEF’s Voting Rights Program aims to enhance the political participation of Asian Americans and guard against anti-Asian voter discrimination.
Voting Rights Interns work on the following:
Election monitoring to ensure that Asian Americans are treated fairly at the polls and to document violations of the Voting Rights Act and the federal Constitution. The Voting Rights Act mandates the availability of Chinese, Korean, and Bengali language assistance and forbids anti-Asian voter discrimination. Work with pro bono lawyers at corporate law firms and volunteer law students to inspect poll sites for compliance with the Voting Rights Act and the Help America Vote Act. Coordinate a survey of Asian American voters to document the use of bilingual ballots and report on Asian American voting patterns. The survey will be taken at several poll sites across the nation. Interns will recruit, train, and supervise volunteers, as well as coordinate logistics at three dozen polling locations. Register new voters after citizenship swearing-in ceremonies. Conduct research and advocacy on local, state, and federal election reform proposals.
J Autumn Fashion Show is part of Jessica Minh Anh’s series of history-making fashion shows at famous venues including the Eiffel Tower, One World Trade Center, Grand Canyon Skywalk, and London’s Tower Bridge among others ( International Press Round-Up | CNN | Paris Match).
Major(s): Speech, Comm, and Theatre Arts, Art and Photography, Fashion
Event Coordinator Intern (15 Sep - 30 Oct 2016)
Interns will be involved in various aspects of the event management process from conducting researching in various industries, communicating with potential partners, brands, and the press, to experiencing logistics and catwalk flow management. We show them how fast and competitive the industry is and prepare them for the next step in their career. Please note that the internship will include both full time and part time options, and students can work from their city or in New York City.
Backstage dresser (15 - 23 Oct 2016)
Interns will join us backstage at J Autumn Fashion Show atop the luxurious cruise ship AIDAluna in New York City and experience one of the most challenging yet exciting fashion show in the world.
Photography assistant (10 Oct, 20 Oct, 23 Oct 2016)
Interns will not only have a chance to shadow and learn from our international fashion photographers but also to snap behind the scene photos of the phenomenon to enhance their own portfolio.
Major(s): English, Journalism, Education, Teaching
Writopia Lab is a nonprofit organization that holds creative writing workshops for kids ages 6-18. Since its formation in New York City in 2007, Writopia Lab has grown into a nationwide community for young writers. We create a safe, comfortable space for writers at all stages of the writing process, and we aim to provide the creative inspiration, individual attention, and intellectual environment that may not be available to them at school. Creative Writing Teaching Intern & Editorial Intern
Position: Creative Writing Teaching Intern
Our interns are half teaching assistants, half camp counselors, who are able to serve as role models to our young writers while cultivating their love for writing and confidence. While in workshop, interns provide typing, editorial, and moral support to our writers.
Position: Editorial Intern
Our interns are half teaching assistants, half camp counselors, who are able to serve as role models to our young writers while cultivating their love for writing and confidence. Editorial interns will be trained to work on our online literary journals, The Parenthetical and The Ellipsis. Editorial interns help manage, edit, and publish pieces written and submitted by our talented young writers, ages 6-18.
Major(s): Business, Marketing, Management, Entrepreneurship, PR, Finance
Interdisciplinary program developing real world skills.
- Business, management, maRketing, PR, Finance, Entrepreneurship: learn the Ins & outs of Business By Working on real world programs. opportunIty to learn & earn to have successful career.
- Publishing, Public tv, videos, telethon, social media: from Book puBlIshIng (Writing, editing, typography, design) to tv productIon (talent to aps, ads, dp, acs, pas, edItors, sound, gaffer, scrIpt supervIsor, graphIcs, etc.
- IT/Computer Programming, Web-site develoPment, graphics: developer & BuIlder softWare, audIo, streamIng vIdeo, etc. for tv shoWs, specIal programs, Books & app development.
City Year New York Intern
City Year New York provides hands - on learning opportunities for undergraduate or graduate students interested in non - profit administration careers. Interns will support a variety of projects that help City Year carry out our education mission by assisting in customer service, research, data collection, event execution, and more. Each intern will be matched with a specific department (descriptions below). Additionally, each intern will assist with general office operations, administrative work, event support, and data entry. Internships are typically between 10 - 20 hours per week or as otherwise specified during business hours (Monday - Friday 9:00AM - 5:30PM), and can be flexible with a student's academic calendar and extracurricular commitments. Please note that all internships are office based and interns do not serve in schools.
In addition, interns may have the opportunity to:
• Participate in Service Days to experience members of our team and community partners in action.
• Visit our schools partnerships.
• Attend and support various City Year events across departments.
• Meet with members of our staff from departments outside of their internship to learn more about other roles and aspects of our work that are of interest.
• Receive professional and career advice.
Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (FLETC)
Major(s): Criminal Justice, Psychology, Forensic Science, Law, Accounting, Business, IT, Math, Engineering
The Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (FLETC) is currently seeking qualified candidates to participate in our Fiscal Year 2017 College Intern Program. The link (https://www.fletc.gov/fletc-college-intern-program) includes the application dates and an overview of the program; compensation, lodging and board; the application process and instructions on how to apply on USAJOBS.
The positions are open to U.S. citizens who remain enrolled with their academic institution during their internship period and have a declared major in at least one of the following: criminal justice, criminology, sociology, psychology, forensic science, law, accounting, information technology, business, mathematics, public affairs, or engineering.
Melrose Credit Union
Major(s): Business, Finance
Lending & Administration Intern
Assist in loan application and processing systems based in Sageworks and Symitar. Assist loan applicants from application to closing (phone, in person, online and email). Process pre-loan and post-loan, applications, spread financial information, and assist in evaluating loan approval. Maintain and track loan documentation, data enter important loan related information, assist with closing and funding processes and associated paperwork. All other duties as assigned.
Volunteer as a Literacy Tutor with Reading Parnters!
Major(s): Education, All Majors
Reading Partners Program Model:
Reading Partners is a local nonprofit organization that works to expand life opportunities for elementary school children in lowincome 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 oneonone with students.
- Tutors work with Reading Partners’ structured and easytofollow literacy curriculum, with the training, support, and coaching of an onsite Reading Partners staff member.
- By working oneonone, 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 oneonone support they need and cannot receive in a full classroom.
Fastenal Paid Internship
Who is Fastenal?
Fastenal was founded in 1967 in Winona, MN by company Chairman, Bob Kierlin. From this beginning, Fastenal has expanded to become the fastest growing full-line industrial distributor, and is now the largest fastener distributor in the nation. Our service-oriented business network currently includes a strategic system of 14 Distribution Centers in North America, a fleet of over 180 company-owned semi-trucks and trailers and over 2,600 Store sites.
Fastenal owns and operates over 2,600 stores with locations in all 50 states, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Central and South America, Europe, China, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand. Each store utilizes local inventory, outside sales staff, and on-site delivery vehicles to help save our customers’ time and money.
Sales & Store Operations Internship
What is the internship?
With more than 2,600 stores throughout the country and plans to add more, taking an internship with Fastenal can pave the way for an exciting future. Offered at store locations around the country, these internships are designed to provide interns with exposure to every area of our wholesale stores in order to develop operations and technical expertise in a wide range of functions.
The internship is designed to familiarize candidates with the operation of a Fastenal store and prepare them for a future in store management. It is a 12-week experience in one of our 2,600 store locations. The intern will rotate through various store functions including inside and outside sales, distribution, marketing, merchandizing, procurement, and other support areas to get a broad view of the wholesale industrial industry, all while having an impact on the successful operation and management of a Fastenal store.
Objectives of the Program
Fastenal has developed ten overall objectives for the Fastenal Sales and Store Operations Internship Program. These objectives are:
- Intern is exposed to industrial distribution through a general understanding of Fastenal and its competitors.
- Intern will understand how Fastenal approaches sales growth through direct interaction with our customers (inside and outside sales).
- Intern will rotate through various store functions including inside and outside sales, distribution, marketing, merchandising, procurement, and other support areas to get a broad view of the industrial and construction supply industry.
- Intern will gain a working knowledge of how Fastenal’s distribution model adds to the overall success of the business.
The Council of the City of New York Donovan Richards
Council Member, 31st District, Queens
College Development & Leadership Program (CDLP)
Major(s): Political Science, Business, Marketing, Office Admin. Tech.
Interns can provide first line support to constituents of the Councilman’s district to resolve issues by analyzing and collecting information for cases.
As well as contribute to research with the board(s) of the Councilman on behalf of the Councilman to propose and form bills, drafts, letters etc. related to economic, environmental, communal, and zoning issues.
SJ Jung 2016 Campaign Internship Opportunity
The SJ Jung Campaign is looking for bright, energetic, ambitious individuals to join our team. Interns for SJ 2016 will focus on working towards a new day for both Albany and Queens. You will not only learn the basics of campaign fieldwork, but will also gain in-depth knowledge of grassroots organizing techniques so that you are ready to work on, and eventually run, campaigns of your own in the future! Please review the benefits, responsibilities, and requirements below.
- Assist and report directly to designated Field Organizer daily
- Manage, teach, and direct volunteers
- Ensure that all daily/weekly goals are met and that all projects are completed on time
All Majors, Political Science, Urban Studies, Marketing
In this important electoral season, internships are available to students who would like to work for local political campaigns. And, these internships can be used to earn 3 college credits through the Urban Studies Internship Program within the Social Sciences Department. Please visit the Social Sciences Department web site and click on Urban Studies Program for course pre-requisites. Students interested in internships for the Fall 2016 semester should email Prof. Tricarico at Dtricarico@qcc.cuny.edu
The Child Center of NY
GROUP LEADER - Youth Development Division
Paid Internship; Major: Education
The Group Leader is responsible for ensuring the success, safety, and engagement of the participants in the program. The Group Leader, in collaboration with other site professionals, will plan and develop project-based learning experiences that will be facilitated over the course of a semester, culminating in some type of showcase by the participants. Group Leaders will also attend all necessary meetings and trainings and work collaboratively with the program Director and site leadership team in order to ensure a successful program that meets the needs of our youth.
The Group Leader will perform the following duties:
- Follow schedule provided by program administrators at all times.
- Develop and maintain positive and professional relationships and experiences with participants (and families and communities).
- Work collaboratively with peers and site leadership to plan, develop, and execute quality, project-based youth development activities.
- Prepare all related paperwork, materials and supplies for implementation.
- Assist teachers and/or specialty area instructors with the implementation of activities.
- Provide support through the learning process, including HW help, by encouraging and providing resources for participants.
- Plus more...
ACTIVITY SPECIALIST @ JHS 185 Job Posting - Youth Development Division
Paid Internship; Major: Education
The Activity Specialist is responsible for designing and facilitating high quality and engaging content-specific project-based learning experiences within a specific content area or specialization. The Activity Specialist will facilitate these learning experiences over the course of a semester, culminating in some type of interactive showcase by the participants. Activity Specialists will also attend all necessary meetings and trainings and work collaboratively with the program Director and site leadership team in order to ensure a successful program that meets the needs of our youth.
The Activity Specialist will perform the following duties:
- Follow schedule provided by program administrators at all times.
- Develop and maintain positive and professional relationships and experiences with participants, school faculty & families.
- Work collaboratively with site leadership to plan, develop, and execute quality, project-based youth development activities.
- Actively engage all participants in specialty area activities, as outlined in plans.
- Prepare all related paperwork, materials and supplies for implementation.
- Provide support through the learning process, by encouraging and providing resources for participants.
- Coordinate events & functions in specialty area such as: showcases, exhibits, productions, culminating events, etc.
- Plus more...
It's not too late to apply for an accounting internship @Art Partner - Brooklyn, NY location.
If you want to learn all about agency accounting and want to work with a great team in a growing industry, email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and in the subject line include APNY Accounting Internship.
OutRight Action International. Founded in 1990, OutRight (formerly the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission) strives to support lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people to live safer, healthier, and more empowered lives worldwide. OutRight’s vision of change includes supporting policy and law reform, human rights documentation, intersectional coalitions, and normative development globally. Headquartered in New York, OutRight has programs and/or staff in the following regions: Asia, the Middle East and North Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, and Sub-Saharan Africa. Additionally, it has a cross-regional program at the United Nations.
OutRight hosts student interns during Fall, Spring, and Summer terms. We are currently in search of interns for our Communications (1) and Development (2) programs, as well as an intern to work with our Asia program for the Fall 2016 term. These are located in our Manhattan office.
How to apply: Internships at OutRight.
District Office 2016 Fall Internship
All Majors, Political Science, Marketing
The Bronx District Office of Council Member James Vacca is currently seeking interns for the fall 2016 semester. Interns will gain first-hand experience with local government issues while assisting in all aspects of a dynamic New York City Council office. All majors are welcomed but students with an interest in government or politics are strongly encouraged to apply. Prospective interns should have a positive attitude, excellent verbal and written communicative skills, and be flexible and willing to learn. Duties include staffing events with the Council Member, assisting staff with constituent cases, policy research, and additional tasks as assigned. Internships are unpaid.
Intern with NYPIRG - New York Public Interest Group
Social Change Begins with you
Fight for Education Funding
Protect the Environment
Empower the Homeless
Advocate for Consumer Rights
Take Back Democracy!
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.
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Office of Career Services
Internship Coordinator/Placement Advisor