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

OWP Deerfield Recruitment Student 2018

Major(s): All majors

CUNY Office of Workforce Partnerships is eager to invite you to an exciting event to introduce an amazing internship opportunity with Deerfield Management, an employee owned hedge fund sponsor that focuses on healthcare finance.

Deerfield is looking for 15-20 interns for their paid healthcare finance analyst summer internship from Sciences, Tech, Engineering, Math and Business majors. Students from ALL majors are welcome to apply.

Deerfield interns will have an unmatched opportunity to learn the financial services field from the perspective of a highly successful investment firm. This program is the career development opportunity of a lifetime.

Attend an information session to learn more about the application, the internship, and speak to Deerfield Management staff and current interns.

Deerfield information session dates and times table
When Where RSVP

Monday, 10/16/17

12:15 to 1:15 PM

Queens College

Powdermaker Hall, Room 114

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Tuesday, 10/24/17

6:00-7:00 PM

Macaulay Honors College

Lecture Hall

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Wednesday 10/25/17

3:30-5:00 PM

Lehman College

Carman Hall, B36

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Refreshments will be provided

Can't make it to the information session but still want to apply to the internship?

Contact CUNYDeerfield.Recruit@cuny.edu

 

Internship Details

  • Learn and implement financial analyst skills
  • Receive an intensive orientation and education from the firm in all aspects of its operations and decision-making processes for investing in the healthcare industry
  • Full-time at the firm during Summer 2018
  • Earn $3,000/month
  • Successful interns will be offered the opportunity to continue on in a part-time paid fellowship for the Fall 2019 and Spring 2019 semesters
  • Earn an additional $39,000 plus professional development allowance

 

Eligibility Requirements:

  1. Preferred: Be within 30 credits of graduation by the end of the spring 2018 semester
  2. Be enrolled in school in Fall 2018, with a projected graduation date of December 2018, Spring 2019 or Summer 2019 <<must be receiving a Bachelor's degree at graduation>>
  3. Have strong academic skills in fields relevant to the firm, (as referenced above), as demonstrated by a GPA of at least 3.2 in the major and related coursework
  4. Majoring in a field relevant to healthcare finance, including business or economics, the hard sciences (such as biology and chemistry), engineering, bio health informatics, quantitative biology, and mathematics/applied mathematics
  5. Excellent conceptual skills, curiosity about the unknown, creative problem solving, excellent written and oral communication skills, able to work productively on a team, and a willingness to question.

 


OWP Deerfield Recruitment Student 2018

Major(s): Business

CUNY Office of Workforce Partnerships is eager to invite you to an exciting event to introduce an amazing internship opportunity with Deerfield Management, an employee owned hedge fund sponsor that focuses on healthcare finance.

Deerfield is looking for 15-20 interns for their paid healthcare finance analyst summer internship from Sciences, Tech, Engineering, Math and Business majors. Students from ALL majors are welcome to apply.

Deerfield interns will have an unmatched opportunity to learn the financial services field from the perspective of a highly successful investment firm. This program is the career development opportunity of a lifetime.

Attend an information session to learn more about the application, the internship, and speak to Deerfield Management staff and current interns.

Deerfield information session dates and times table
When Where RSVP

Monday, 10/16/17

12:15-1:15 PM

Queens College

Powdermaker Hall, Room 114

Register to attend opens in a new window

Tuesday, 10/24/17

6:00-7:00 PM

Macaulay Honors College

Lecture Hall

Register to attend opens in a new window

Wednesday 10/25/17

3:30-5:00 PM

Lehman College

Carman Hall, B36

Register to attend opens in a new window

Refreshments will be provided

Can't make it to the information session but still want to apply to the internship?

Contact CUNYDeerfield.Recruit@cuny.edu

 

Internship Details

  • Learn and implement financial analyst skills
  • Receive an intensive orientation and education from the firm in all aspects of its operations and decision-making processes for investing in the healthcare industry
  • Full-time at the firm during Summer 2018
  • Earn $3,000/month
  • Successful interns will be offered the opportunity to continue on in a part-time paid fellowship for the Fall 2019 and Spring 2019 semesters
  • Earn an additional $39,000 plus professional development allowance

 

Eligibility Requirements:

  1. Preferred: Be within 30 credits of graduation by the end of the spring 2018 semester
  2. Be enrolled in school in Fall 2018, with a projected graduation date of December 2018, Spring 2019 or Summer 2019 <<must be receiving a Bachelor's degree at graduation>>
  3. Have strong academic skills in fields relevant to the firm, (as referenced above), as demonstrated by a GPA of at least 3.2 in the major and related coursework
  4. Majoring in a field relevant to healthcare finance, including business or economics, the hard sciences (such as biology and chemistry), engineering, bio health informatics, quantitative biology, and mathematics/applied mathematics
  5. Excellent conceptual skills, curiosity about the unknown, creative problem solving, excellent written and oral communication skills, able to work productively on a team, and a willingness to question.

 


Edward T. Rogowsky Internship NY Senate and NY Assembly

Dear Queensborough Community College Student:

The deadlines for New York State Assembly and New York State Senate Undergraduate Internships in Albany are approaching. Please contact the on-campus Liaison Officer Dr. Donald Tricarico, Medical Arts Building, Room M-121 at (718) 631-6015 for additional information as well as submitting your application.

 

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Application Procedures:

Applications and all supporting documents must be submitted to the Intern Committee in a complete package. All materials must be postmarked by November 1, 2017. SESSION INTERNSHIP applications must be mailed by the college liaison officer Dr. Donald Tricarico to:

Kathleen McCarty, Director
New York State Assembly Intern Committee
Legislative Office Building - Room 104A
Albany, New York 12248

 

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We are eager to see as many CUNY students as possible benefit from these fulltime, residential experiences. Numerous students have landed great jobs as a result of their Albany internships. Others have enhanced their professional degree prospects or have come back to campus with new clarity about their future career paths.

 

We are pleased to inform you that the monetary award for next year's Albany-based New York State Legislative Internship Programs, in the Assembly and Senate, has been increased significantly. The 2018 award will be $5,850, an increase of $825 over the previous amount. CUNY continues to provide a $2,000 supplemental award to its students (up to 25), bringing the 2018 total to $7,850!

(Please Note: Once on the Senate page, students will see two separate links at the top: one for the 2018 program description, and one for the 2018 application. Students will need to print the documents from both links. Unfortunately, the Senate does not accept online forms. The students will have to submit hard cover applications with their supporting materials.)

For additional information please contact the on campus Liaison Officer Dr. Donald Tricarico: MA 121; (718) 631-6015 as well as submitting your application.


Assemblywoman M. Titus

Major(s): Political Science, Journalism, Urban Planning

If you are passionate about public service, government affairs, and constituent services, Assemblywoman Michele R. Titus is looking for interns to work at her Far Rockaway District Office.

The intern will work with staff members to research issues affecting the 31st A.D. as well as advocate on the community's behalf, participate and attend community meetings.

Required Qualifications

  • Must be enrolled at a university or college as an undergraduate or graduate student
  • Work 10-15 hours a week (Preferably Tuesday through Thursday)

Primary Duties

  • Maintain and update constituent database
  • Communicate with staff members about constituent's issues or concerns
  • Assist in administrative duties

Essential Skills

  • Advance interpersonal skills
  • Excellent verbal, written communication, and problem solving

This internship is an unpaid position however college credit is available.

Interested students should send their resume to Ms. Tavia Blakley.

Current Internship Opportunities for your consideration

Intern for New York City Transit's Digital Content Production Team

Why get coffee and answer phones for the networks when you can get real hands on experience in TV production: camera, sound, lighting and Avid editing with us?

Internship Title: Video Editor

Project Number: DCC-178-IP

Project Description: Digital video editing for both in-house and public presentations. Working with staff in video editing, graphic design and after effects post-production. Completing assigned projects according to deadlines which vary for each project.

Overview of Dept/Division: We are starting a new digital content production channel that will be seen by New York City Transit's 44,000 employees. This new initiative will consist of: entertaining and informative video content presented in a variety of genres; from commercials to talk shows, from news formats to video podcasts, each segment will be limited only by the imagination

Responsibilities: A basic understanding of NLE (non-linear editing) systems. Have familiarity with Photoshop, Illustrator or graphic design is helpful. Should be able to keep deadlines.

Qualifying Criteria: Must commit a minimum of 14 hours per week (any two full days).

Must be a full-time matriculated junior, senior or graduate student, majoring in broadcast journalism, media arts, television production. Must have good verbal and communication skills.

  • G.P.A. 2.5 or above for (undergraduate) & 3.0 or above for (graduate).

Please send or fax resume and/or tape ASAP to:
Mark Groce, Digital Content Producer
FYI: Employee Information Network
130 Livingston Street. Rm. 10055C
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Tel: (718) 694-1698 & Fax: (718) 694-3343
E-mail: mark.groce@nyct.com


Internship Title: Videographer

Project Number: DCC-179-IP

Project Description: Digital videography for both in-house and public presentations. Working with staff in shooting video for NLE editing, graphic design and after effects post-production. Completing assigned projects according to deadlines which vary for each project.

Overview of Dept/Division: We are starting a new digital content production channel that will be seen by New York City Transit's 44,000 employees. This new initiative will consist of entertaining and informative video content presented in a variety of genres; from commercials to talk shows, from news formats to video podcasts, each segment will be limited only by the imagination

Responsibilities: A basic understanding of Videography, ENG and EFP. Have familiarity with Broadcast or DSLR cameras is helpful. Should be able to keep deadlines.

Qualifying Criteria: Must commit a minimum of 14 hours per week (any two full days).

Must be a full-time matriculated junior, senior or graduate student, majoring in broadcast journalism, media arts, television production. Must have good verbal and communication skills.

  • G.P.A. 2.5 or above for (undergraduate) & 3.0 or above for (graduate).

Please send or fax resume and/or tape ASAP to:
Mark Groce, Digital Content Producer
FYI: Employee Information Network
130 Livingston Street. Rm. 10055C
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Tel: (718) 694-1698 & Fax: (718) 694-3343
E-mail: mark.groce@nyct.com


Internship Title: Production Assistant

Project Number: DCC-180-IP

Project Description: Studio and Field production in camera operation, lighting and sound. Digital video editing for both in-house and public presentations. Working with staff in pre-production, shooting and post production. Completing assigned projects according to deadlines which vary for each project.

Overview of Dept/Division: We are starting a new digital content production channel that will be seen by New York City Transit's 44,000 employees. This new initiative will consist of entertaining and informative video content presented in a variety of genres; from commercials to faux talk shows, from news formats to video podcasts, each segment will be limited only by the imagination

Responsibilities: A basic understanding of broadcast scriptwriting, news writing and video production. Have familiarity with video cameras, ENG/EFP equipment and video editing is helpful. Should be able to keep deadlines.

Qualifying Criteria: Must commit a minimum of 14 hours per week (any two full days).

Must be a full-time matriculated junior, senior or graduate student, majoring in broadcast journalism, media arts, television production, communications, film studies or any related field. Must have good verbal and communication skills.

  • G.P.A. 2.5 or above for (undergraduate) & 3.0 or above for (graduate).

Please send or fax resume and/or tape ASAP to:
Mark Groce, Digital Content Producer
FYI: Employee Information Network
130 Livingston Street. Rm. 10055C
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Tel: (718) 694-1698 & Fax: (718) 694-3343
E-mail: mark.groce@nyct.com


CHUSXCHUS

Major(s): Graphic Design; New Media

Position: Intern (Fall 2017 Semester)

Chus Burés, the internationally acclaimed designer, has started CHUSXCHUS. Based in New York, the brand enables Chus to share his artistic vision with the millennial generations. Having garnered tremendous success in Spain and across Europe over the last 30 years, Chus is delighted to share his creative history and passion for Fashion, Cinema, Arts, Architecture and Design through his new silver jewelry brand CHUSXCHUS.

We are currently looking for a part-time team member to join our growing and dynamic jewelry brand in New York.

Requirements

  • Currently enrolled in an Undergraduate program in the United States
  • Ability to multi-task, meet tight deadlines and work under pressure
  • Fluency in business and conversational English
  • Fluency in spoken and written Spanish
  • Previous working experience in administrative roles required
  • MS Office, Mac software, Shopify and Quickbooks knowledge experience required
  • Graphic design experience and knowledge of pitch deck creation on software such as Keynote/Google Slides, Adobe Photoshop/ Illustrator required
  • Knowledge and sense of creative, fine art, and fine jewelry markets preferred but not required
  • Ecommerce management and business development experience preferred not required

Responsibilities

  • Administrative and calendar scheduling
  • Logistic and shipping responsibilities
  • Fulfilling external and internal PR, press, and communications responsibilities with our marketing partners and agencies
  • Creating and designing presentations and decks
  • Managing e-commerce platform (Shopify)
  • Assisting Founder and staff on various administrative responsibilities

Terms and Commitment

  • Part-time role with 1 month probation
  • Full-time possibilities can be explored
  • College credit can be offered

Logistics Internship - Internships JFK Office

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Looking for a PAID internship in the LOGISTICS field? Not sure where to begin your search? Then look no further than your college campus! Take a break from the library and meet OEC GROUP at your college CAREER FAIR to learn more about a future with an INTERNATIONAL company!

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Human Resources Internship - JFK

Major(s): Business

CALLING ALL STUDENTS INTERESTED IN HUMAN RESOURCES & RECRUITMENT....

POSITIONS AVAILABLE AS A HUMAN RESOURCES INTERN (FALL 2017) IN OUR ROSEDALE, NY OFFICE!

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Previous Internship Opportunities for your consideration

Well Life Network Volunteer Services

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

A CARING ACT CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Welcome
WellLife Network welcomes you to share your expertise, talents and time to improving the lives of the more than 8,500 individuals and families we serve each year. Our volunteer division offers volunteers, individuals and teams, with opportunities to directly support our staff, leadership and client services programs. At the same time you will be improving the community and "giving back" for the common good.

Our Philosophy
WellLife Network Volunteer Engagement Services are based on our belief in the value and role that volunteers perform in carrying out our mission. Our mission reinforces our goal "to empower individuals and families with diverse needs to realize their full potential as they achieve their life goals, guided by the principles of independence, wellness, safety and recovery".

Flexibility
We have the ability to create a wide range of opportunities, both short and long-term, to meet volunteers' needs, interests, and availability. We give flexibility to scheduling your volunteer activities, whether it's a few hours a week or one day a month.
We serve individuals and families who represent a diverse array of populations, including, youth; homeless families and those with mental, developmental, physical, and emotional challenges.

Your Connections Make A Difference
WellLife Network volunteers are critical to the delivery of services to our consumers. Your skills and connections with the corporate community through business and personal affiliations can make a difference in the lives of others in creative and meaningful ways. We can show your how!

WellLife Network Volunteer Services
If you have additional questions or would like to volunteer, please contact:
Kimberley Grossmann, Volunteer Coordinator, LI at 631.766.3657
Tameka Curwen, Volunteer Coordinator, NYC at 718.559.0522

Volunteer Centers
Long Island
11 Route 111
Smithtown, NY 11787

New York City
142-02 20th Avenue
New York, NY 11351


CUNY IT Specialists Internship

Major(s): IT, Math & Computer Science

The CUNY IT Specialists Internship Program provides currently enrolled CUNY students with paid internships—starting rates average from $12 to $14 an hour—at participating NYC government agencies in Helpdesk/Technical Support, Programming, Databases, GIS, Web Development & IT Business Analysis.

REQUIREMENTS

  1. Be a current CUNY registered undergraduate or graduate student.
  2. Be authorized to work under INS laws at on-campus jobs.
  3. Major in a computer-related field or another field that develops strong computer skills.
  4. Have taken at least 2 semesters of computer-related courses or have related work experience.
  5. Be available to work 15, 19, 28, or 34 hours a week during school and possibly full-time between semesters.

To be eligible for an internship, students must register an account and post their resumes in our online resume database. Registering with us gives students access to job announcements and notifications about free technical training. City agency partners also have access to the database and often contact students directly to set up interviews.

HOW DO I POST A RESUME?

  1. Visit http://www.cunyinterns.org/career-center.
  2. Follow the instructions to register for a Career Portal account and complete an online profile.
  3. After fully completing your profile in the Career Portal and uploading your documents, sign up for a pre-screening session by visiting the Calendar in the Career Portal. We will only approve your submitted resume once you have attended a pre-screening OR if you have met with program staff at a career fair this semester.
  4. You may update your resume any time after it has been approved. There is no need to contact us after you make a change. Our office will review the updated resume and approve it back into the system.

NOTE: We will NOT approve any resumes with spelling, grammatical, or formatting errors!
Please preview your resume closely before submitting it to make sure it looks professional and of high quality.

Please note that CUNY IT internships are competitive. If you are selected to interview for a position you will meet with a hiring manager of a government agency for a technical interview.

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Finance/Accounting Intern at Symphony Space

Description of Internship:

The Accounting/Finance Intern assists with tasks in the Finance Department focusing mostly on Accounts Receivable (A/R). Areas of work include:

  • Cash receipts (Rentals, Café Sales, Ticketing, miscellaneous deposits, etc.
  • Preparing bank deposits and re-coding them in Blackbaud's Financial Edge System
  • Month-End Close: Event Income computations, Webstore activity, etc.
  • Monthly Account reconciliations: reconciling the Rentals Deposits, Credit-Card, Deferred Incomes account, etc.
  • Other projects as necessary.
  • (20 hours per week; $66/week)
  • Academic credit available, with supervision and updates to school

Visit the Symphony Space website, in case you'd like to know more about us.

TO APPLY: Please e-mail your resume and cover letter to Judy Weinstein, Internship Coordinator. with "Finance/Accounting Internship" in the subject line.


Fall Student Internship: Real Estate Administrative (Academic Credit)

Listing Department – New York, New York
Employment TypeIntern
Minimum ExperienceEntry-level
Compensationunpaid (Academic credit)

New York Habitat (http://www.nyhabitat.com), a successful International Real Estate & Travel Agency specialized in the Furnished Rental, Bed & Breakfast and Vacation Rental markets in New York, Paris, London and the South of France, is looking for a highly motivated and positive individual to participate in the Real Estate Paralegal Program.

New York Habitat offers our interns a well-designed training program where they will learn the ins and outs of international real estate. We encourage our interns to share their ideas through reports at the end of each week in order to develop new projects with the company.

Paralegal Department

  • Acquire basic knowledge of New York Real Estate laws.
  • Learn about Real Estate by assisting the department that oversees building issues, leases, condominium and co-op rules and regulations.
  • Learn how to research and verify official documentation such as Deeds, Leases, and Certificates of Incorporation etc for the listing approval process on HPD and ACRIS
  • Develop techniques to connect with listing owners in order to explain the company's need for compliance
  • Learn how to manage the calendar of the listing agents and plan the visits for our New York apartments.
  • Enhance communications skills by learning how to communicate with both new and current apartment owners in order to obtain the most up to date legal paperwork and ensure the maximum amount of listings on our database.

Your profile:

  • You are a current student with a major in business or real estate.
  • You are detail-oriented
  • You have excellent English writing and communication skills.
  • You are dependable, punctual, and dedicated to doing your assigned work.
  • Ability to speak another language is a big plus
  • You are available a minimum 3 months 15h/week

Only Students with Pre-approved credit will be considered! Flexible schedule possible!

If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit your application through our job opportunities page: https://nyhabitat.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=224

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Education, Social Work, Psychology - PlayLab

playLabNYU is housed within the Child & Family Policy Center. The lab's focus is designed to engage in the rigorous and socially responsible scientific examination of play in young children's lives. We utilize randomized control designs, multilevel modeling, interviews and ethnographic methods to explore the unique context of play in promoting school readiness, learning and civic engagement for children who are growing up in poverty and/or are from immigrant families. By cultivating strong partnerships with the communities we work in, we generate empirically driven knowledge that is culturally relevant and socially just. The playLab strives to produce actionable research and develop collaborations, which are used to empower and strengthen the lives of young children through education and policy. Students have the opportunity to work across multiple projects: Currently we are searching for research support for the following projects.

Exploring the Efficacy of a Home-Based School-readiness Intervention during the Elementary Years, are two longitudinal studies examining the mid- and long-term impacts of a play-based home-visitation intervention on young children's school readiness skills, learning and social-emotional development from preschool through 3rd grade. We are currently analyzing student-level data from the NYC Department of Education to determine long-term impacts of an early intervention program on children's attendance records, grade retention/promotion, reduction of special education services, and performance on state test scores. This project has opportunity for students to learn how to explore longitudinal data to answer program efficacy questions.

Evaluating Inquiry-Based Professional Development Initiative in an Urban Context: playLabNYU partnered with faculty from the Teacher Education Department at the Borough of Manhattan Community College to lead the evaluation of an innovative three-year professional development initiative aimed to support educators in implementing child-centered and inquiry-based practices across pre-k through fifth grade in a public school in West Harlem. This project is funded by the Kellogg Foundation. We are currently in year 2 of this work. If student's are finger printed by the NYC DOE there are opportunities to support classroom observations and focus group interviews at the school with PI's.

Social Studies Curriculum in Urban Kindergarten Classrooms: An Opportunity for Theory and Measure Development: Social studies frameworks aim to prepare students for citizenship and civic engagement, yet there is no empirical evidence suggesting that such investments are a worthy goal. Kindergarten teachers in NYC public schools were asked guiding questions to explore the implementation of a civic-focused curriculum, document teacher's views of children as developing citizens, and develop a Measure of Early Childhood Civic Engagement (MECCE). Currently this project is in the transcription and analysis phase.

Randomized Control Trial of Bank Street's Professional Development Model for Family Child Care Providers: This is a multi-stage project, which is currently in the preliminary process of planning and development. In this initial phase we are currently seeking funding and will begin recruitment of providers to participate in a 2 year RCT study evaluating the impact of Bank Street's Professional Development Model on caregiver, child, and parent outcomes. In the second phase, we anticipate having students conduct (in-home) assessments in the home language of the child.

Contact:

To apply for these projects or to learn more about new ones taking place, please email playlabnyu@gmail.com. If you are interested in a particular project, specify which one in the subject or body of your email.


Video Editing Internship

ABOUT US:

The New Media Advocacy Project (N-Map) advances human rights by merging law with multimedia storytelling to bring the voices of people who have suffered violations into the halls of power. In partnership with human rights defenders, we produce tactical, audience-focused videos designed to win cases and campaigns, influence policy, mobilize communities, and make the technical language of policy and law more accessible. We were founded in 2009 based on the idea that combining savvy legal advocacy with the visual and social power of new media can be a potent force for advancing justice.

JOB DETAILS:

We're looking for a part-time intern to take on assistant editing for our projects. The intern will work with our field producers in NYC to do preliminary editing in Adobe Premiere Pro. You'll be responsible for turning scripts into rough assemblies, helping to develop rough cuts, adjusting final sound, image, and text, exporting videos to prep for publication and organization of footage within Premiere. We are a small organization, so some administrative and development work may also be required as needed.

The ideal candidate has a deep commitment to human rights and public service, with knowledge of media and film production. Ideally, applicants should be able to commit at least 12 hours/week. Knowledge of Spanish or French, and/or experience with graphic design using AfterEffects, Motion, Illustrator, or a similar program, would be a huge plus.

Qualifications:

  • Strong research skills with an ability to synthesize data
  • Knowledge of Premiere Pro
  • Strong organizational capacity
  • A willingness to work independently

HOW TO APPLY
Please send a cover letter and resume to Danielle Kraus at jobs@newmediaadvocacy.org in a single attachment by September 1st, 2017.

BENEFITS
This internship position is unpaid. We are happy to work with you to secure class credit if that is an option with your school.


Ultimate Housing Solutions located at 305 Northern Blvd in Great Neck is looking for any students interested in learning about Real Estate.

Business, Real Estate - Ultimate Housing Solutions

Our office is open Sunday through Friday 10am-8pm. The students could come in to work whenever they're available, our schedules are flexible. We will teach the students about Real Estate and give them a real hands on learning experience. They can use it to learn and build their resumes.

This is what the interns will do:
Interns will prospect potential real estate ventures. Interns will contact owners and attempt to purchase properties on behalf of Ultimate Housing Solutions. The Intern's main responsibility is to set up meetings between Ultimate Housing Solutions' staff and owners of the properties in order to commence relations.

The only requirement is that the Intern is a hard worker.

Interested students can e-mail resume to mo.ultimatehousingsolutions@gmail.com or call 917-858-9307 to schedule an appointment for an interview.


The Office of Labor

Major(s): Business, Marketing, Human Resources

The Office of Labor-Management Standards (OLMS) of the U.S. Department of Labor administers and enforces most provisions of the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959 (LMRDA). The LMRDA primarily promotes union democracy and financial integrity in private sector labor unions through standards for union officer elections and union trusteeships and safeguards for union assets. Additionally, the LMRDA promotes labor union and labor-management transparency through reporting and disclosure requirements for labor unions and their officials, employers, labor relations consultants, and surety companies.

Organizational Location: 201 Varick Street, New York, New York

We are seeking volunteers to help support our mission.

Individuals applying must be enrolled at least part-time in school, carrying at least half of the minimum courseload. DOL offers rewarding opportunities to contribute to a noble mission; to serve and protect American workers, prepare them for new and better jobs, and to ensure the safety and fairness of American workplaces. To get the application process started, please submit the following in one e-mail (no pieces please):

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • College transcripts

The US Department of Labor is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Send complete application as soon as possible (no pieces please)


New York Habitat

Major(s): Business, Human Resources, Marketing, Jouranlism, English

About New York Habitat:
New York Habitat, is a successful recognized International Real Estate Agency
We specialize in the Furnished Rental, Bed & Breakfast and Vacation Rental markets in New York, Paris, London and the South of France.

About your Internship at New York Habitat:

New York Habitat is looking for a dedicated student & team player to join our HR team. Our main goal is to share our expertise with motivated individuals and current undergraduate or graduate students interested in learning more about human resources management.

New York Habitat offers our interns a well-designed training program where they will learn the ins and outs of both international real estate and human resources. We encourage our interns to share their ideas through reports at the end of each week in order to develop new projects with the company.

At New York Habitat:

  • You will assist the HR Manager in day-to-day HR duties and tasks
  • You will be involved in the recruiting, interviewing, and hiring process.
  • You will learn advanced screening and research methods to identify ideal profiles
  • You will document human resources actions by completing forms, reports, logs, and records.
  • You will have the opportunity to learn and participate in various aspects of human resources management

Qualifications:

  • You are a current student majoring in human resources or business
  • You are available at least 15 hours a week and have a flexible schedule
  • You have excellent writing/communication skills in English.
  • You are thorough, trustworthy, and give attention to detail.
  • You have a strong desire to pursue a career in the Human Resources field or similar field.
  • You have outstanding customer service skills
  • Academic credit is mandatory

If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit your application through our job opportunities page

In your cover letter, please indicate your start date and length of time you are willing to commit to the internship.

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Volunteer for Writopia Lab's Joy and Literacy in Afterschool program!

What is the Joy and Literacy in Afterschool Program?

Writopia Lab is a nonprofit organization that runs creative writing workshops for kids and teens from all backgrounds. We are seeking supportive and enthusiastic volunteers with a passion for creative writing to serve as mentors for our Joy and Literacy in Afterschool program (JLA).

The JLA, a collaboration between Writopia Lab and the Pinkerton Foundation, is designed to share Writopia's unique, effective, and joyous creative writing workshop methods with afterschool programs serving students from low-income backgrounds throughout Manhattan. The program offers volunteers a chance to learn the Writopia teaching method and enrich their teaching experience by working side-by-side with Writopia Instructors and afterschool staff in various afterschool programs.

Requirements:

Volunteers should be supportive, enthusiastic, and thoughtful published or professional writers or students of writing. We are looking for volunteers who will take young writers seriously, who will be invested in young writers' work, and provide positive guidance and mentorship. Experience working with students in english or creative writing, or with middle school-aged students is a plus, but not required.

When:

This program is a nine-month commitment and is unpaid.

Workshops takes place in afterschool programs throughout Manhattan (at schools, after school centers, etc.). Sessions start in October 2017 and end in early June 2018. Applicants will be asked to complete:

  • 1.5 hours of training with Writopia Lab staff
  • 1.5 hour workshop one day per week through June 2018
    • Workshops meet Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday

How to Apply:

If you are interested in participating in the Joy and Literacy in Afterschool program, please submit your resume and 500 -1000 word writing sample that helps us understand why you want to help young students become better, more confident writers through this short form. This can be a story, an essay, or a personal statement, feel free to be creative.

Application Period: Until position is filled

Volunteer for Writopia Lab's Write to Recognition program!


Brooklyn Children's Museum

Major(s): Museum & Gallery Studies; Education

The Brooklyn Children's Museum is particularly interested in students in the education department as well as the Museum and Gallery Studies Program. We would need interns that are interested in teaching young audiences as our audience range is 0-8 years old. We are also offering experience in exhibition department assisting with education programming related to exhibitions. Please find our volunteer application form attached as well as our intern description. We would prefer students that can offer a minimum of 6 and a maximum of 12 hours weekly to assist in education and museum activities. Out preference is students that are available from 10am to 1pm or 2pm to 5pm (Tuesday through Sundays).

These internships are unpaid and therefore we would only support interns that internship credits are a requirement of their program.

Cover letter and resume in PDF format should be sent to dififi@brooklynkids.org or ehylton@brooklynkids.org

The completed application form should be submitted to Sandy Smith, Assistant Manager of Visitor Services: ssmith@brooklynkids.org


PlayLabNYU

Major(s): Education, Social Work, Psychology

Interested in early childhood research? Apply to playLabNYU!

playLabNYU is housed within the Child & Family Policy Center. The lab's focus is designed to engage in the rigorous and socially responsible scientific examination of play in young children's lives. We utilize randomized control designs, multilevel modeling, interviews and ethnographic methods to explore the unique context of play in promoting school readiness, learning and civic engagement for children who are growing up in poverty and/or are from immigrant families. By cultivating strong partnerships with the communities we work in, we generate empirically driven knowledge that is culturally relevant and socially just. The playLab strives to produce actionable research and develop collaborations, which are used to empower and strengthen the lives of young children through education and policy. Students have the opportunity to work across multiple projects: Currently we are searching for research support for the following projects.

Responsibilities

  • Transcription of focus group inter-views with Kindergarten Teachers
  • Participate in preliminary qualitative analysis
  • Enter quantitative data into SPSS
  • Conduct literature reviews
  • Support retention via social media of two RCT studies
  • Assist with the development of con-tent for professional development learning sessions with early child-hood educators
  • Social media support (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Word Press)

Exploring the Efficacy of a Home-Based School-readiness Intervention during the Elementary Years, are two longitudinal studies examining the mid- and long-term impacts of a play-based home-visitation intervention on young children's school readiness skills, learning and social-emotional development from preschool through 3rd grade. We are currently analyzing student-level data from the NYC Department of Education to determine long-term impacts of an early intervention program on children's attendance records, grade retention/promotion, reduction of special education services, and performance on state test scores. This project has opportunity for students to learn how to explore longitudinal data to answer program efficacy questions.

Evaluating Inquiry-Based Professional Development Initiative in an Urban Context: playLabNYU partnered with faculty from the Teacher Education Department at the Borough of Manhattan Community College to lead the evaluation of an innovative three-year professional development initiative aimed to support educators in implementing child-centered and inquiry-based practices across pre-k through fifth grade in a public school in West Harlem. This project is funded by the Kellogg Foundation. We are currently in year 2 of this work. If student's are finger printed by the NYC DOE there are opportunities to support classroom observations and focus group interviews at the school with PI's.

Social Studies Curriculum in Urban Kindergarten Classrooms: An Opportunity for Theory and Measure Development: Social studies frameworks aim to prepare students for citizenship and civic engagement, yet there is no empirical evidence suggesting that such investments are a worthy goal. Kindergarten teachers in NYC public schools were asked guiding questions to explore the implementation of a civic-focused curriculum, document teacher's views of children as developing citizens, and develop a Measure of Early Childhood Civic Engagement (MECCE). Currently this project is in the transcription and analysis phase.

Randomized Control Trial of Bank Street's Professional Development Model for Family Child Care Providers: This is a multi-stage project, which is currently in the preliminary process of planning and development. In this initial phase we are currently seeking funding and will begin recruitment of providers to participate in a 2 year RCT study evaluating the impact of Bank Street's Professional Development Model on caregiver, child, and parent outcomes. In the second phase, we anticipate having students conduct (in-home) assessments in the home language of the child.

To Apply (to be completed by June 30th): for these projects or to learn more about new ones taking place. If you are interested in a particular project, specify which one in the subject or body of your email.
Submit cover letter and resume


Volunteer for Writopia Lab's Joy and Literacy in Afterschool program!

What is the Joy and Literacy in Afterschool Program?

Writopia Lab is a nonprofit organization that runs creative writing workshops for kids and teens from all backgrounds. We are seeking supportive and enthusiastic volunteers with a passion for creative writing to serve as mentors for our Joy and Literacy in Afterschool program (JLA).

The JLA, a collaboration between Writopia Lab and the Pinkerton Foundation, is designed to share Writopia's unique, effective, and joyous creative writing workshop methods with afterschool programs serving students from low-income backgrounds throughout Manhattan. The program offers volunteers a chance to learn the Writopia teaching method and enrich their teaching experience by working side-by-side with Writopia Instructors and afterschool staff in various afterschool programs.

Requirements:

Volunteers should be supportive, enthusiastic, and thoughtful published or professional writers or students of writing. We are looking for volunteers who will take young writers seriously, who will be invested in young writers' work, and provide positive guidance and mentorship. Experience working with students in english or creative writing, or with middle school-aged students is a plus, but not required.

When:

This program is a nine-month commitment and is unpaid.

Workshops takes place in afterschool programs throughout Manhattan (at schools, after school centers, etc.). Sessions start in October 2017 and end in early June 2018. Applicants will be asked to complete:

  • 1.5 hours of training with Writopia Lab staff
  • 1.5 hour workshop one day per week through June 2018
    • Workshops meet Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday

How to Apply:

If you are interested in participating in the Joy and Literacy in Afterschool program, please submit your resume and 500 to 1,000 word writing sample that helps us understand why you want to help young students become better, more confident writers through this short form. This can be a story, an essay, or a personal statement, feel free to be creative.

Application Link

Application Period: Until position is filled

Volunteer for Writopia Lab's Write to Recognition program!


New Media Advocacy Project

The New Media Advocacy Project (N-Map) advances human rights by merging law with multimedia storytelling to bring the voices of people who have suffered violations into the halls of power. In partnership with human rights defenders, we produce tactical, audience-focused videos designed to win cases and campaigns, influence policy, mobilize communities, and make the technical language of policy and law more accessible. We were founded in 2009 based on the idea that combining savvy legal advocacy with the visual and social power of new media can be a potent force for advancing justice.

Video Editing Internship

Major(s): Communications, V.A.P.A.

We're looking for a part-time intern to take on assistant editing for our projects. The intern will work with our field producers in NYC to do preliminary editing in Adobe Premiere Pro. You'll be responsible for turning scripts into rough assemblies, helping to develop rough cuts, adjusting final sound, image, and text, exporting videos to prep for publication and organization of footage within Premiere. We are a small organization, so some administrative and development work may also be required as needed.

The ideal candidate has a deep commitment to human rights and public service, with knowledge of media and film production. Ideally, applicants should be able to commit at least 12 hours/week. Knowledge of Spanish or French, and/or experience with graphic design using AfterEffects, Motion, Illustrator, or a similar program, would be a huge plus.

Qualifications:

Strong research skills with an ability to synthesize data

Knowledge of Premiere Pro

Strong organizational capacity

A willingness to work independently

How to Apply

Please send a cover letter and resume to Danielle Kraus in a single attachment by September 1st, 2017.

Communications Internship

Major(s): Journalism, English, Pre-Law, Political Science

N-Map is looking for a part-time intern in our Brooklyn office. We are a small non-profit

organization, which enables our intern to get a deep look into many facets of our organization: communications, administration, human rights law and advocacy, and media production.

The intern will work with our Director of Communications to design and implement a social media and blog strategy that is in line with our new communications strategy. This work will include creating short (10-30-second) promo videos for Twitter and Facebook, creating a schedule of weekly posts that target a combination of audiences, and working with our team of project managers to coordinate specific project launches. In addition, the intern will be responsible for working with the Communications Director to create an editorial calendar for N-Map's Medium page. This will involve a combination of scheduling, writing, and potentially working with partners to solicit posts.

The ideal candidate has a deep commitment to human rights and public service, with some knowledge of integrated communications, especially with regard to social media, and strong writing skills. Applicants must be able to commit at least 12 hours/week. While the schedule is somewhat flexible, we prefer the intern to be able to work on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

How to Apply

Please send a cover letter and resume to Danielle Kraus in a single attachment by September 1st, 2017.

Benefits

This internship position is unpaid. We are happy to work with you to secure class credit if that is an option with your school.


The Office of Labor

Major(s): Business, Marketing, Human Resources

The Office of Labor-Management Standards (OLMS) of the U.S. Department of Labor administers and enforces most provisions of the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959 (LMRDA). The LMRDA primarily promotes union democracy and financial integrity in private sector labor unions through standards for union officer elections and union trusteeships and safeguards for union assets. Additionally, the LMRDA promotes labor union and labor-management transparency through reporting and disclosure requirements for labor unions and their officials, employers, labor relations consultants, and surety companies.

Organizational Location: 201 Varick Street, New York, New York

We are seeking volunteers to help support our mission.

Individuals applying must be enrolled at least part-time in school, carrying at least half of the minimum courseload. DOL offers rewarding opportunities to contribute to a noble mission; to serve and protect American workers, prepare them for new and better jobs, and to ensure the safety and fairness of American workplaces. To get the application process started, please submit the following in one e-mail (no pieces please):

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • College transcripts

The US Department of Labor is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Send complete application as soon as possible (no pieces please)


New York Habitat

Fall Student Internship: Real Estate Administrative (Academic Credit)

Listing Department: New York, New York

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DepartmentListing Department

Employment TypeIntern

Minimum ExperienceEntry-level

Compensationunpaid (Academic credit)

New York Habitat, a successful International Real Estate & Travel Agency specialized in the Furnished Rental, Bed & Breakfast and Vacation Rental markets in New York, Paris, London and the South of France, is looking for a highly motivated and positive individual to participate in the Real Estate Paralegal Program.

New York Habitat offers our interns a well-designed training program where they will learn the ins and outs of international real estate. We encourage our interns to share their ideas through reports at the end of each week in order to develop new projects with the company.

Paralegal Department

  • Acquire basic knowledge of New York Real Estate laws.
  • Learn about Real Estate by assisting the department that oversees building issues, leases, condominium and co-op rules and regulations.
  • Learn how to research and verify official documentation such as Deeds, Leases, and Certificates of Incorporation etc for the listing approval process on HPD and ACRIS
  • Develop techniques to connect with listing owners in order to explain the company’s need for compliance
  • Learn how to manage the calendar of the listing agents and plan the visits for our New York apartments.
  • Enhance communications skills by learning how to communicate with both new and current apartment owners in order to obtain the most up to date legal paperwork and ensure the maximum amount of listings on our database.

Your profile:

  • You are a current student with a major in business or real estate.
  • You are detail-oriented
  • You have excellent English writing and communication skills.
  • You are dependable, punctual, and dedicated to doing your assigned work.
  • Ability to speak another language is a big plus
  • You are available a minimum 3 months 15h/week

Only Students with Pre-approved credit will be considered! Flexible schedule possible!

If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit your application through our job opportunities page

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About your Internship at New York Habitat:

New York Habitat is looking for a dedicated student & team player to join our HR team. Our main goal is to share our expertise with motivated individuals and current undergraduate or graduate students interested in learning more about human resources management.

New York Habitat offers our interns a well-designed training program where they will learn the ins and outs of both international real estate and human resources. We encourage our interns to share their ideas through reports at the end of each week in order to develop new projects with the company.

At New York Habitat:

  • You will assist the HR Manager in day-to-day HR duties and tasks
  • You will be involved in the recruiting, interviewing, and hiring process.
  • You will learn advanced screening and research methods to identify ideal profiles
  • You will document human resources actions by completing forms, reports, logs, and records.
  • You will have the opportunity to learn and participate in various aspects of human resources management

Qualifications:

  • You are a current student majoring in human resources or business
  • You are available at least 15 hours a week and have a flexible schedule
  • You have excellent writing/communication skills in English.
  • You are thorough, trustworthy, and give attention to detail.
  • You have a strong desire to pursue a career in the Human Resources field or similar field.
  • You have outstanding customer service skills
  • Academic credit is mandatory

If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit your application through our job opportunities page

In your cover letter, please indicate your start date and length of time you are willing to commit to the internship.

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

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