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

Paid Internships and Free Training for Film Media Writing Graduates

Major(s): VAPA

Taliesin Nexus is pleased to announce we are now accepting applications for the 2017 Odysseus Fellowship program. Odysseus Fellows are placed in paid three-month internships at leading Hollywood production companies, management firms, TV writing staffs, and digital media companies. Successful applicants are emerging, liberty-inspired filmmakers or other creatives pursuing a career in the entertainment industry.

Some examples of companies Odysseus fellows have been placed at include:

  • ImageMovers (Cast Away, The Polar Express)
  • Disruption Entertainment (The Revenant, Noah)
  • Mpower Pictures (Passion of the Christ, Bella)
  • Warped LLC (Mr. and Ms. Smith, Law Abiding Citizen)
  • Tribune Studios (Salem TV series)

Learn more about the Taliesin Nexus Internship opportunity




Democratic City Council Candidate Campaign

The Mohammad T. Rahman (Harun) for City Council campaign is seeking dedicated students interested in a summer internship with a competitive Democratic Primary Campaign in Queens. Interns will learn useful skills like communication, voter outreach, and management. On top of that fellows will have face time with the candidate, attend engaging political functions and learn the ropes of the campaign world.

Interns will work with like-minded individuals in a fast-paced, fun political environment and gain invaluable campaign experience while developing key skills. Applicants should be committed to Democratic values and be willing to put in the necessary work to win.

Please have all interested candidates email their resume to rehman2017.mb@gmail.com.




Flushing Town Hall Development Internship

Major(s): English, Journalism

The primary focus of this assignment will be to support Flushing Town Hall’s Grants Manager in building a robust list of potential institutional funders, including foundation and corporate prospects. Learn research techniques and become familiar with the concept of “fit” in grant prospecting. Support grant writing efforts, including crafting narrative, budgets, and other support materials, and proofreading and packaging of final submissions. In addition, you will provide administrative back up in member and donor correspondence and tracking, including but not limited to data entry and clean-up, acknowledgement letters, and other development and fundraising tasks as needed.

What can you expect to learn from the position?

  • Grant prospecting / research
  • Principles of grant writing
  • Database management

Learn more about the Flushing Town Hall Development Internship




Finance Internship with ChangingThePresent.org to Make a Difference!

Major(s): Business, Fund Raising

  • Use your finance skills, experience, knowledge, creativity and talent to make a difference.
  • Help us capture for nonprofits some of the $450 billion Americans spend each year buying presents.
  • Become a member of our dynamic and creative international team.
  • Work from our Manhattan office.
  • Develop your teamwork and leadership skills.
  • Enhance your resume and get a glowing letter of recommendation.

About ChangingThePresent.org

The New York Times called ChangingThePresent.org an “amazon.com of the nonprofit world” for our work in helping 400 leading nonprofits capture money normally spent on traditional presents.
At the same time that a million nonprofits desperately need more funds to accomplish their missions, Americans spend $450 billion a year on birthday, holiday, and other presents. Most of those presents are not very rewarding. Tons of sweaters, fuzzy slippers, and ties end up in the dark corners of our closets.
It is no surprise that a growing number of people, who seek meaning more than things, are starting to show their love by donating in a friend’s name in lieu of giving traditional presents.
The challenge for nonprofits is that it is simply too daunting to provide the requisite gift-like experience (tangible charitable gifts, wish lists and registries, and personalized printed greeting cards) that can make a donation feel like a rewarding gift. ChangingThePresent.org provides those tools to facilitate this type of giving for nonprofits and donors.

What You Will Do:

Philanthropic Funding research and management.
For each of 100 causes, we are researching potential philanthropic funders (individuals, corporations, and foundations) that might provide growth funding. Each dollar they provide, and which we invest in enhancing and marketing the site, is likely to generate a multiple of new dollars for the cause from money that would otherwise have been spent on fuzzy slippers and giant cans of popcorn. This provides them a rare opportunity to leverage their philanthropic dollars to make a greater impact.

Learn more about the Finance Internship with ChangingThePresent.org




Intern or Volunteer with ChangingThePresent.org to Support African-American Nonprofits!

Major(s): All Majors

This may be the best possible internship for anyone interested in helping the African-American community.

  • Use your skills, experience, knowledge, creativity and talent to improve the lives of millions of men, women, and children who are aided by African-American nonprofits.
  • Help us capture for nonprofits that assist African-American communities–or other causes you care about–some of the $450 billion Americans spend each year buying presents.
  • Become a member of our dynamic and creative international team, and become a leader among those who care for the same causes as you do.
  • Help us grow a movement to facilitate and encourage a new type of meaningful giving through direct engagement of nonprofits, foundations, associations, thought leaders, media, and celebrities.
  • Work from our Manhattan office or remotely.
  • Enhance your resume and get a glowing letter of recommendation.

Use and enhance your professional skills in any of these fields: strategy, partnerships, finance, communications, social media, graphics, research, community management, fundraising, sponsorships, Public Relations (PR), Human Resources (HR), marketing, event management, organizing, and activism.

Learn more about the ChangingThePresent.org opportunity to Support African-American Nonprofits!




THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK WOMEN’S PUBLIC SERVICE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

Major(s): All majors

The City University of New York is pleased to offer a Fall internship opportunity in New York City for selected students. The Program will be coordinated by the Edward T. Rogowsky Internship Program in Government & Public Affairs and designated officers at each of the City University’s colleges. The CUNY Women’s Public Service Internship Program will provide highly qualified individuals the opportunity to learn by doing in the offices of selected legislators working to benefit women and promote women’s issues in New York.

Applications and Deadlines:
Applications are now available from your Campus Faculty Coordinator or Student Affairs Office, or can be downloaded from the Edward T. Rogowsky Internship Program website. Applications and all supporting materials must be submitted to designated college officers by July 11, 2017!

Eligibility:
The Program is open to any student who has completed 30 credits by the Fall 2017 term. Any major may apply, but students who wish to be considered should demonstrate an interest in public policy and women’s issues in New York. Applicants must carry a 3.0 GPA, and must submit an official transcript, 2 confidential faculty recommendation forms along with their applications. Applicants must also possess a valid Social Security Number — issued by the United States Social Security Administration.

Award: CUNY will award $2,000 to each student.

Academic Component and College Credit:
Selected participants will be eligible to earn academic credit by enrolling in a seminar and internship course on their college campus.

Internship Placements:
Interns will be expected to serve up to 15 hours per week during weekday business hours for the duration of the fall semester. Placement will be in the local offices of legislators at the city, state and national levels.

For further information please contact the Office of Career Services

Current Internship Opportunities for your consideration

VOLUNTEER/INTERN AS A LITERACY TUTOR WITH READING PARTNERS!

Major(s): Education, Social Work, Psychology, English, All Majors

Reading Partners Program Model:
Reading Partners is a local nonprofit organization that works to expand life opportunities for elementary school children in low-income communities by empowering them with strong literacy skills.

At each of its school sites, Reading Partners transforms a dedicated space within the school into a reading center and recruits and trains community volunteers to work one-on-one with students.

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

How can you volunteer?

  • Tutoring with Reading Partners requires absolutely no experience, and can take as little as 1 hour/week.
  • Choose your preferred school site – we work in 19 schools across New York City, with programming running Monday through Thursday, between 9 AM – 5 PM (times vary by school).
  • You will get matched with one student, for whom you will serve as tutor, mentor and friend.
  • If you are unable to commit weekly, you can also sign up as a substitute tutor.

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American Family Community Services, Inc. - Future Teachers INTERNS Wanted

The AFCS is a not-for-profit organization that wishes to provide English as a Second Language (ESL) to our Queens Community residents.

We are looking for bilingual intern’s volunteer’s (English and Spanish) who are willing to provide their professional’s services in the areas of Education, Marketing, Computers & Social Media, and Social Services according to their School under or graduates guidelines.

Bilingual undergraduates and future graduates who are willing to participate in our organization can contact us: American Family of NY or American Family of Queens or at 718-639-8370 or 929-362-7922.

Our office is located at 76-05 Roosevelt Ave. Jackson Heights, NY 11372 one block away from the Roosevelt Ave. – 74 Street, and the trains 7, E, F, G, R, V. & Buses Q-19B, Q-32, Q-33, Q-45, Q-47, & Q-53.




THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK WOMEN’S PUBLIC SERVICE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

Major(s): All majors

The City University of New York is pleased to offer a Fall internship opportunity in New York City for selected students. The Program will be coordinated by the Edward T. Rogowsky Internship Program in Government & Public Affairs and designated officers at each of the City University’s colleges. The CUNY Women’s Public Service Internship Program will provide highly qualified individuals the opportunity to learn by doing in the offices of selected legislators working to benefit women and promote women’s issues in New York.

Applications and Deadlines:
Applications are now available from your Campus Faculty Coordinator or Student Affairs Office, or can be downloaded from the Edward T. Rogowsky Internship Program website. Applications and all supporting materials must be submitted to designated college officers by July 11, 2017!

Eligibility:
The Program is open to any student who has completed 30 credits by the Fall 2017 term. Any major may apply, but students who wish to be considered should demonstrate an interest in public policy and women’s issues in New York. Applicants must carry a 3.0 GPA, and must submit an official transcript, 2 confidential faculty recommendation forms along with their applications. Applicants must also possess a valid Social Security Number — issued by the United States Social Security Administration.

Award: CUNY will award $2,000 to each student.

Academic Component and College Credit:
Selected participants will be eligible to earn academic credit by enrolling in a seminar and internship course on their college campus.

Internship Placements:
Interns will be expected to serve up to 15 hours per week during weekday business hours for the duration of the fall semester. Placement will be in the local offices of legislators at the city, state and national levels.

For further information please contact the Office of Career Services

Previous Internship Opportunities for your consideration

Intern or Volunteer with ChangingThePresent.org to Recruit Celebrities and Make a Difference!

Major(s): Finance, Communications, Social Media, Graphic Design, Research, Fundraising, Public Relations (PR), Human Resources (HR), Marketing, Event management, Activism.

Help us recruit actors, musicians, athletes, and other celebrities to lend their voices.

We are not asking them to take on a new cause. Rather, we provide them a way to help their favorite non-profits capture some of the $450 billion Americans spend each year buying presents.

  • Use your skills, experience, knowledge, creativity and talent.
  • Become a member of our dynamic and creative international team, and become a leader among those who care for the same causes as you do.
  • Help us grow a movement to facilitate and encourage a new type of meaningful giving through direct engagement of non-profits, foundations, associations, thought leaders, media, and celebrities.
  • Work from our Manhattan office or remotely.
  • Enhance your resume and get a glowing letter of recommendation

Read the internship opportunity PDF




Sodexo

Major(s): Electronic Engineering and Bio Medical Technology

Are you an Electronic Engineering or Biomed Technology student or graduate looking to do a paid internship with a progressive health-care team? Sodexo Clinical Technology Management seeks a Biomedical Equipment Technician Intern for location based in Flushing, New York Area. This will be up to 20 hours / week. Will require occasional require travel to local service sites. Great opportunity to learn on a team with the leading Biomedical service providers in the USA.

Candidate must possess a high level of technical troubleshooting skills and the ability to make decisions regarding repairs and service of customer equipment. Will also need excellent customer service/time management skill along with the capability to communicate effectively both in written and verbal manner with customers regarding services performed and with internal and external customers, vendors, and colleagues.

Is this opportunity right for you?

Working in Clinical Technology Management (CTM) for Sodexo, you will partner with our Health-care clients to manage their clinical technology needs. Together, we provide leadership and expertise for their business, patients, residents and the staff who care for them.
At Sodexo, we improve the Quality of Life of all those we serve.

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16 Things Kids Can Do summer internships

Major(s): Communications, VAPA, IT, Business, Marketing

Internship/Work
Students/Grads who want skills excitement, challenges, experience, income

BUSINESS • TV • BOOKS

• Public TV series; cool moves Hip Hop music video; telethon: from talent to APS, ads, dp, ACS, pas, editors, sound, gaffer, script supervisor, graphics, hair/make-up, publicist. From pre & post production to marketing.
• IT/Computer programming, web-site development, graphics: developer & builder software, audio, streaming video, etc. For TV shows, special programs, books & app development.
• Business, entrepreneurship, social media, marketing, pr: learn the ins & outs of business by working on real world programs. Opportunity to learn & earn to have successful career.

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High Line Internships - Paid Internship

Local New Yorkers Wanted

Major(s): Communications, Art, Fundraising, Envronmental Sci., Office Admin. Tech.

Open Positions: Communications, High Line Art, Fundraising, Horticulture, Office

A paid summer internship can jumpstart your career pathway, and Friends of the High Line wants local New Yorkers to join our team. The High Line’s 2017 Summer Internship Program will give you a chance to learn more about this nonprofit, develop your skill sets, contribute to your city — and get paid doing it! Open to students with a high school diploma or graduate equivalent.

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THE FOOD BANK FOR NEW YORK CITY - Corporate Relations Intern - Annual Campaigns

Major(s): Business, Marketing, Communications, Corporate Relations

ABOUT FOOD BANK FOR NYC: Food Bank For New York City is the city's major hunger-relief organization working to end food poverty throughout the five boroughs. As one of the country's largest food banks, our mission is to end hunger in New York City by organizing food, information and support for community survival and dignity. As the city's hub for integrated food poverty assistance, the Food Bank tackles the hunger issue on three fronts — food distribution, income support and nutrition education — all strategically guided by its research.

PRIMARY PURPOSE OF THE POSITION: The Corporate Relations Intern will report in to the Corporate Relations Coordinator and Sr. Manager of Business Partnerships. The Corporate Relations intern will assist the team in prospecting and securing various corporate sponsors and cause marketing partners to help them achieve financial success with Food Bank’s annual campaigns such as: Check Out Hunger (October through December ring up campaign at grocery stores) and Time Out For Hunger (one day campaign in the spring at participating restaurants). The intern will also be responsible for helping to secure in-kind donations for Food Bank’s campaigns.

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THE FOOD BANK FOR NEW YORK CITY - Events & Engagement Summer Intern

Major(s): Business, Marketing

What You Will Do As the Events and Engagement Intern, your primary objective is to assist the Events and Engagement team with preparation for and execution of special events and engagement opportunities, donor research and information maintenance and post – event follow up efforts. S/he will report to and work closely with the Council Administrator, Events & Engagement Manager, and Events and Marketing Coordinator on a wide range of fundraising and engagement efforts. The Intern will take part in day-to-day support operations for the team and will experience various aspects of events and engagement work.

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THE FOOD BANK FOR NEW YORK CITY - Fundraising Operations Intern

Major(s): Business, Marketing

Food Bank for New York City is seeking a current college student, current graduate student, or recent college graduate who is interested in serving as an intern and providing a wide range of database, research, administrative, and general support to Food Bank’s Fundraising Operations team. In return, Food Bank will provide an opportunity for the intern to gain experience in and familiarity with areas such as fundraising, philanthropy, database management, website maintenance and development, and the day-to-day operations of a nonprofit organization. The Development Intern will report to the Fundraising Operations Manager, and will support the entire Fund Ops team.

Hours, Start Date and Duration
Flexible within business hours (9:00 am to 4:30 pm). A firm commitment of 15 to 20 hours per week for at least three months is required. The internship will start at a mutually agreed upon date and may continue through the 2017 academic year depending on mutual interest and satisfactory performance. This is an unpaid internship, however college/graduate level credit can be earned for experience.

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THE FOOD BANK FOR NEW YORK CITY - Corporate Relations Intern - Signature Events 2017

Major(s): English, Journalism, Writing

ABOUT FOOD BANK FOR NYC: Food Bank For New York City is the city's major hunger-relief organization working to end food poverty throughout the five boroughs. As one of the country's largest food banks, our mission is to end hunger in New York City by organizing food, information and support for community survival and dignity. As the city's hub for integrated food poverty assistance, the Food Bank tackles the hunger issue on three fronts — food distribution, income support and nutrition education — all strategically guided by its research.

PRIMARY PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:
The Corporate Relations Intern will report in to the Corporate Relations Coordinator and Sr. Manager of Business Partnerships. The Corporate Relations intern will assist the team in prospecting and securing various corporate sponsors and cause marketing partners to help them achieve financial success with Food Bank’s signature events such as: Can Do Awards Dinner, Go Orange and the New York City Wine & Food Festival. The intern will also be responsible for helping to secure in-kind donations for Food Bank’s events and programs.

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THE FOOD BANK FOR NEW YORK CITY - Research and Evaluation Intern

Major(s): Marketing

Primary Purpose of Job
The primary purpose of this position is to assist in the daily activities of a highly dynamic Research and Evaluation team by conducting data analysis, data collection, and research. This internship provides a unique opportunity for students seeking to become involved in applied research in anti-hunger and anti-poverty work. Under the supervision of the research team, s/he will help to advance the Food Bank’s research and evaluation agenda by: assisting in collecting, analyzing and interpreting data; updating research databases and fact sheets; and conducting research. This position calls for a quick thinker who can maintain in-depth knowledge of the relevant issues pertinent to Food Bank’s organizational mission and work. Stipend available. Hours are flexible; a commitment of at least 15 hours per week is expected.

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THE FOOD BANK FOR NEW YORK CITY - Marketing & Communications Intern

Major(s): Marketing

Primary Purpose of Job The primary purpose of this position is to support the ongoing content generation of a highly dynamic Marketing & Communications team by assisting in managing and creating digital assets, including photography, videography and archival material. This internship provides a unique opportunity for students seeking to become involved in non-profit marketing and communications work. Under the supervision of the Marketing & Events Coordinator, s/he will help to advance Food Bank’s marketing and communications agenda by assisting in: collecting, archiving and organizing digital content; capturing original photo and video content; and collaborating with staff to develop an organizational taxonomy for digital content. There is also the opportunity for archival research. This position calls for a detail-oriented and execution-focused intern who understands how to tell a good story online and who can manage multiple projects within a fast-paced work environment. Stipend available. Hours are flexible; a commitment of at least 15 hours per week is expected.

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PHOTOGRAPHER NEEDS INTERN

Major(s): Film, Editing, Videography, Production, Photography

  • Film editing
  • Production
  • Editing
  • Photography

To apply please send resume to Mr. Andre Walker at andrefwalker@gmail.com




GENERAL WORKFORCE, CORP. SEEKING MARKETING INTERN

Major(s): Marketing, Business, Office Admin. Tech.

We are a workforce company that specializes in stock management, inventory, logistic services and space optimization. We provide our services to companies in the attempt to help them reach their productivity goals in a cost-efficient manner.

The Marketing Intern will be responsible for assisting the organization in the development and implementation of its marketing, business development, and public relations plans.

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Long Island Jewish World/Jewish Tribune

Major(s):

Seeking Interns

  • Writing
  • English
  • Copy Editing
  • Graphic Art

Located in West Hempstead on Long Island. The applicant must be reliable, a quick learner and punctual. The hours are flexible and we work Sunday through Friday. By car we are 25 minutes from QCC and there are buses from Queens and the LIRR.

Please e-mail resume to Ms. Harriet Feigenbaum at: lijewworld@aol.com.




Intern or Volunteer with ChangingThePresent.org to Help Children and Make a Difference!

Major(s): Education, Social Work, Psychology

Use and enhance your professional skills
Focus on any of these fields: strategy, partnerships, finance, communications, social media, graphics, research, community management, fundraising, sponsorships, Public Relations (PR), Human Resources (HR), marketing, event management, organizing, and activism.

Focus on Children—or Your Other Favorite Cause At ChangingThePresent you can focus on Children or other causes.

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“STEM Expo

Fri May 19, 2017
5:30pm to 9:00pm
Experience a night at the museum at NYSCI with your friends and family! Middle school, high school and college students, and their parents are invited to explore summer academic and internship opportunities in STEM, witness interactive science demonstrations, listen to music, explore the museum after dark, and enjoy a taste of Queens.

For one jam-packed night, New York Hall of Science invites families with kids in middle school, high school, or college to explore summer academic and internship opportunities in STEM—that's science, technology, engineering, and math, but we bet you knew that already. In addition to learning about these fantastic programs, visitors can check out interactive science demos, tour the museum's many exhibits, explore the museum after dark, and enjoy Queens-made eats. FREE but an RSVP is required”

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Community Mobilization Fellow

Major(s): Social Sciences

Food Bank is seeking a Community Mobilization Fellow to assist with projects to mobilize stakeholders in support of Food Bank For New York City’s anti-hunger policy agenda. Projects will include assisting in the coordination of a series of candidate forums, voter registration drives, as well as supporting issue education and advocacy campaigns. The Fellow will work with Food Bank’s government relations team who are responsible for engaging stakeholders – our network of partner community based social service organizations, and government officials and their staff in City, State and Federal government – to maximize support for anti-poverty policy and legislation. The ideal candidate is a student who has completed social service or public policy-related course work and has experience or interest in coordinating events and community organizing. Excellent opportunity for high-profile experience and great connections.

You will learn:

  • Food Bank’s multi-pronged approach to fighting food insecurity in New York City.
  • Public policy, legislation and budgets that affects the emergency food network.
  • Food Bank’s strategic issue advocacy to affect positive change for food insecure New Yorkers.

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All Area Realty Services

Major(s): Accounting

Internship positions now available at an established, fast growing property management company. Participants in our internship program may be interacting with accounting staff, department heads, and outside auditors from various CPA firms.

Duties: Duties will include posting to accounts, manual and electronic filing, archiving of supporting documentation, assistance in monthly reporting responsibilities.

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All Area Realty Services

Major(s): Business Management

Management Intern will learn about the property management industry in an established and growing property management firm with a portfolio of about 80 apartment buildings.

Duties may include assistance in obtaining bids, reconciling accounts, researching discrepancies, compliance with various NYC agencies, various administrative, customer service or marketing activities.

Management major preferred.

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NYS Department of Environmental Conservation Division of Law Enforcement

Major(s): Criminal Justice, Environmental, Science

Division of Law Enforcement mission is "To protect the environment, natural resources and people of the State of New York through law enforcement, education and public outreach."

Internships are for credit. Please speak to your Cooperative Education Coordinator in your Department to find out about a credit bearing internship course.

Internships are available in Criminal Justice, Environment, and Science Majors for the summer 2017

Please send resume to: Doreen.lum@dec.ny.gov




Paid Internships and Free Training for Film Media Writing Graduates

Taliesin Nexus is pleased to announce we are now accepting applications for the 2017 Odysseus Fellowship program. Odysseus Fellows are placed in paid three-month internships at leading Hollywood production companies, management firms, TV writing staffs, and digital media companies. Successful applicants are emerging, liberty-inspired filmmakers or other creatives pursuing a career in the entertainment industry.

Some examples of companies Odysseus fellows have been placed at include:

  • ImageMovers (Cast Away, The Polar Express)
  • Disruption Entertainment (The Revenant, Noah)
  • Mpower Pictures (Passion of the Christ, Bella)
  • Warped LLC (Mr. and Ms. Smith, Law Abiding Citizen)
  • Tribune Studios (Salem TV series)

Read the internship opportunity PDF




New York College of Podiatric Medicine

Major(s): Information Technology Internship

Internship must be done for credit in the Business Department. Please see Professor Suzanne D’Agnes to register for the summer BU 600 class. Internship could begin June 1, 2017.

To apply please e-mail resume to Ms. Sandra Daniels




Queens Assembly Member Brian Barnwell-Summer 2017 Internship Program

Major(s): Political Science, Social Science, Journalism, English

New York State Assembly District 30
Long Island City, Astoria, Sunnyside, Woodside, Maspeth, Middle Village, Elmhurst

New York State Assembly Member Brian Barnwell seeks Graduate and Undergraduate Interns to partake in the full range of activities of a demanding, and fun, Assembly District Office. The program is offered in the Assembly Member’s District Office in Maspeth, Queens.

Interns will primarily work in groups and independently to push NY State legislation and coordinate free services for constituents as well as serving as liaisons with the NYC Council, NY State Senate, Office of the Mayor, the Office of the Governor, NYPD, FDNY, local schools, the Office of the Queens Borough President, NYC Department of Buildings, NYC Department of Transportation, NYC Department of Parks, the MTA, Community Boards, the Commission on Human Rights, the Office of Immigrant Affairs, the NY Mets, NY Knicks, Arthur Ashe Stadium, the Public Theater, the Museum of the Moving Image, and others.

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Vincent Gentile for Brooklyn District Attorney Fellowship

Major(s): Art and Design, Communications, Journalism, Marketing, Political Science

The Vincent Gentile for Brooklyn District Attorney has announced an exciting opportunity for a summer fellowship with his campaign team!

The campaign is seeking summer fellows to work alongside Council Member Vincent Gentile and his senior campaign staff as he seeks to become the next District Attorney of Brooklyn. Fellows will have the opportunity to learn the ins-and-outs of running a grassroots political campaign. The fellowship is an unpaid 12-week program starting on June 1st with part-time and full-time options.

The fellowship program will consist of four tracks in the following fields: Video Production + Graphic Design, Communications + Digital, Community + Political Outreach and Fundraising + Development. Each fellow can apply for a specific track or work with the fellowship coordinator on finding what is the best fit for their skill set.

If interested, please apply online with applications due May 15th.




16THINGS Community Outreach Programs

Major(s): Business, Art & Design, Social Work, Psychology, Education

You are Here by Invited to be part of Something that will Change the World Forever ... Planned Acts Of Kindness

Making the World a Better Place ... One PAK at a Time!

JOIN OUR GLOBAL INTERNET LAUNCH

16ThingsKidsCanDo.Org • A 501(c)3 Non-Profit Educational Organization Working for the Betterment of Kids, People & The Planet • 212 213-0257

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VidaBox LLC - AAS Internship/Job

Major(s): Mech. Eng. Tech.

We are an employer based in New Hyde Park, NY, and potentially have an opening for a student / upcoming graduate in your Mechanical Engineering Technology AAS program.

The position we are looking for is a mix between a mechanical engineer / technician / machine tender. The candidate would be working hands on with our existing production equipment here in Long Island.

An emphasis is placed on good-to-excellent grades, as the position has potential to grow into a Production Engineer / Manager capacity.

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Be aware that The Office of Career Services will be sending you a notice in your weekly TigerMail “Newsletter” alerting you to NEW internship opportunities that become available. Many of them have time sensitive information. If you find one that you want information about, make sure to print the information about the opportunity you’re interested in and bring it with you.

Thank you for your attention.

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

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Kupferberg Holocaust Center
Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center and Archives

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

Queensborough Performing Arts Center
QPAC: Performing Arts Center

QPAC is an invaluable entertainment company in this region with a growing national reputation. The arts at QPAC continues to play a vital role in transforming lives and building stronger communities.

Queensborough Art Gallery
QCC Art Gallery

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