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The CIA offers internships and jobs for every major and every interest.

No matter what you do here, your contributions have great impact –and there’s plenty to do.
The CIA has paid student internship, scholarship, and
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From accounting and clandestine service, to economics, engineering and information technology, the CIA needs talented and intelligent professionals to continue the work that keeps our nation safe.
The thing that sets CIA professionals apart is our commitment to protect our national security. Do you have that drive inside of you?
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The Shriver Center at UMBC serves as a national leader in applied learning, civic engagement, and community-based service delivery programs.


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As an at-sea biologist working abroad U.S. flagged commercial fishing vessels, you will gather data essential to the sustainability of fisheries resources in Alaska. Following a paid 3-week training in either Anchorage or seattle, you will make 2 deployments over the course of 6 to 8 months, with each deployment lasting approximately 2.5 months. Operating in the Bering Sea and the North Pacific Ocean you will identify fish species, sample catches to determine their composition, make estimates of total catch, and collect age structures and biological data.
Salary: $3,958-$6,561 per month, depending on experience, plus room, board, and travel to and from job site
Qualifications: Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in fisheries biology, marine biology, general biology, zoology, or a related natural science

For more information contact Center for Advising and Career Services.


Go to: Http://www.alaskaobservers.com

WEST VIRGINIA SCHOOLS FOR THE DEAF AND THE BLIND
JOB DESCRIPTION
TITLE: Classroom Teacher – VI endorsed
GENERAL RESPONSIBILITY: Design, implement and evaluate the educational program for each child as assigned.
RELATIONSHIPS: Responsible to the Coordinator of the Multi-Sensory Program
GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS: Must have or be eligible for West Virginia Professional Certificate with endorsement in elementary education, special education, or other related field. Must have or acquire endorsement to teach visually impaired (Multi-Sensory Program). Preference given to individuals with additional skills, training, and/or endorsements in one or more of the following areas: autism, mental impairment, behavior disorders, learning disabilities, developmental disabilities, multi-handicapping conditions, special education, deaf-blindness, pre-vocational and vocational areas. Preference given to candidates who are proficient in Braille, orientation & mobility, cortical visual impairments, or sign language. Candidates not having sign language skills and hired for position must acquire these skills within first year of employment. Candidates may need additional training in cortical visual impairments, Braille or orientation & mobility in order to teach the assigned subject areas. Must have braille and/or American Sign Language proficiency within two years of hire as outlined in the WVSDB Communication Policy.
HOURS OF WORK: Monday through Friday, 37 ½ hours per week, with work hours determined by the school daily schedule. Yearly teaching assignment will be based on student needs, enrollment, and departmental needs.
FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES:
1) Follow applicable school and departmental policies and procedures as well as State regulations and State Board of Education policies.
2) Follow state and school curriculum guides and courses of study, especially the State Department of Education Content Standards & Objectives.
3) Prepare, implement and evaluate individualized education programs for each student, basing these individualized education programs on students’ individual needs and the school’s adopted curriculum for each subject area.
4) Select and use appropriate materials, methods, and equipment for teaching deaf and hard-of-hearing students, and Multi-Sensory Program students.
5) Have a general knowledge of the Content Standards for all levels of their program of students (Pre-K through 12) to promote program articulation. Demonstrate a knowledge of subject matter through indicators such as:
a) Objectivity
b) Utilization of current best practices
c) Accuracy
d) Depth of knowledge, e.g., knowledge beyond textbook
6) Implement an instructional management system which increases student learning and maximizes student time on task. Such a system may include the following:
a) A written scope and sequence of the course content, e.g., WV Content Standards.
b) Provision of information, e.g., assessments, observations, data collection, to the school principal which will assist in the appropriate placement of students for instructional purposes.
c) Communication of expected goals and objectives to students before instruction occurs. Provision of adequate opportunities for students to master goals and objectives.
d) Development and utilization of written lesson plans.
e) Use of state adopted instructional materials and supplementary materials which are correlated with expected goals and objectives.
f) Providing of practice in effective work habits as part of instruction.
g) Providing of review and repetition and reinforcement of previously learned skills, before introduction of new ones.
h) Continually monitoring and providing individual feedback to students on their work and progress. Use of objective measures, as well as subjective measures and maintenance of an adequate record system.
i) Providing of remediation, “re-teaching,” and enrichment opportunities for students.
j) Emphasis on academic and technical education, and work skills, which will ultimately lead to post-graduate success, e.g., employment, higher education, independent adult living.
7) Implement a classroom management system that fosters a climate conducive to student learning. Characteristics of such a system should include:
a) Establishment of high expectations for each student.
b) Establishment of a classroom environment which is pleasant, orderly and secure, but which allows for flexibility.
c) Establishment of a set of rules that allows students to attend to their personal and procedural needs.
d) Establishment of a classroom environment which successfully engages students in meaningful instructional activities during the allocated instructional time.
e) Establishment of a classroom management system which offers encouragement and acknowledgement for individual student accomplishments.
f) Development of procedures which protect instructional time by allowing minimal interruptions.
g) Staff modeling of professional behavior, including consideration and respect for individual differences.
h) Staff emphasis on proper student conduct, including the implementation of behavior management programs as necessary and required.
i) Regular teacher contact with principal and parents regarding disciplinary and/or academic difficulties with individual students.
8) Maintain appropriate records in accordance with regulations and policies governing confidentiality.
9) Unless the teacher has a permanent Professional Certificate and other required coursework, the individual must acquire the necessary semester hours for the renewal of his or her certificate in accordance with the certification policy.
10) Stay abreast of current literature, materials and equipment in the field of education of students with hearing disabilities, multi-handicapping conditions, early childhood education, elementary education, middle school education, secondary education, and other related educational fields.
11) Maintain positive relationships with students, parents, other staff members, as well as the general public.
a) Be accessible to parents.
b) On a frequent basis and in a timely manner provide information to parent on student progress.
c) Contact principal and parents when students have disciplinary or academic difficulties.
12) Welcome and assist with visitors as required.
13) Serve as a cooperating teacher for student interns, and student teachers as requested.
14) Request appropriate educational materials and equipment on a scheduled basis.
15) Supervise approximately 20 hours of extra-curricular activities during each school year.
16) Maintain professional work habits.
a) Demonstrate positive attitudes toward students, parents, fellow workers, and supervisors.
b) Demonstrate positive attendance habits by being on duty, on time and able to perform duties adequately, and using sick/personal leave wisely.
17) Attend faculty meetings as scheduled.
18) Participate in professional staff development including college classes, workshops, continuing education and in-service programs as scheduled or needed.
19) As requested supervise extra-curricular activities, e.g., student dramas, skits, after-school intramural athletics, student clubs and organizations, Mountaineer Melodies.
20) Serve on faculty and campus committees as requested.
21) Lift and position non-ambulatory students during daily activities.
22) Take students to gym and assist in adaptive physical education under the direction of the physical education teacher.
23) Serve as a consultant in the area of the education of deaf and hard-of-hearing, or Multi-Sensory Program students as assigned.
24) Other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.
25) Perform activities as outlined in the list of examples of specific duties and responsibilities for the assigned position.
SALARY: Professional Scale - dependent upon salary classification, and years of experience. Ten month (200 day) contract.


WEST VIRGINIA SCHOOLS FOR THE DEAF AND THE BLIND
JOB DESCRIPTION
GENERAL CLASSIFICATION: Instructional Staff
SPECIFIC POSITION: Classroom Teacher – VI endorsed
Multi-Sensory Program (or as assigned)
Examples of specific duties and responsibilities:
1) Prepare daily lesson plans reflecting appropriate student objectives and following the State of West Virginia Content Standards and/or applicable school curricula. Lesson Plans are to be prepared in advance in order that the Principal or Coordinator of the Multi-Sensory Program may review and approve them.
2) Design, in conjunction with additional personnel, each child’s individualized educational program. Design prerequisites and priorities for each child and implement the techniques and procedures to carry them out.
3) Evaluate each student’s progress toward achieving Individual Educational Program goals and objectives.
4) Assess students and provide data needed to determine students’ present levels of educational performance.
5) Communicate on a regular basis with parents concerning their child’s educational progress.
6) Keep student portfolios of work completed. Send these portfolios home to parents on a regular basis.
7) Design and implement special programs, such as behavior modification and toileting programs for students as required.
8) Follow and use WVSDB’s approved behavior management system.
9) Complete progress reports at the end of each grading period.
10) Update individualized educational plans at the end of each grading period.
11) Coordinate with Residential Care Specialists using the Student Progress and Record Books re: daily educational programming and pertinent information concerning the student.
12) Ensure that students receive medications as prescribed by the child’s physician or the school physician and as directed by the infirmary staff.
13) Provide appropriate assistance to students during meal times, e.g., feeding, hand-over-hand feeding, cutting of food, serving of food.
14) Supervise activities of classroom aides as assigned.
15) Attend Eligibility Committee and Individualized Educational Program Committee meetings as requested.
16) Attempt to normalize the student’s environment as much as possible.
17) When necessary, supervise additional students when another teacher is absent.
18) Give instruction regarding specific areas, objectives, or goals to students on a daily basis five days a week.
19) Participate in parent conferences as requested.
20) Help students learn self-help skills, language/communication and appropriate leisure skills in addition to specific goals and objectives found in the Individualized Educational Program.
21) Work with students on gross and fine motor skills.
22) Develop and maintain parental/social worker and rehabilitation contacts as needed for each student.
23) Develop teacher-made materials and supplies for classroom use as dictated by Individual Education Programs.
24) Utilize technology, especially adaptive technology, with students.
25) Maintain daily logs for each student.
26) Teach collaboratively or in a co-teaching relationship with other faculty members as scheduled and requested by the principal and/or coordinator of the Multi-Sensory Program.
27) Provide differentiated instruction in all subject areas to students based on individual needs and abilities.
28) Teach pre-vocational skills to students in a workshop or supported employment setting as scheduled and requested by principal and/or coordinator of the Multi-Sensory Program.
29) Work collaboratively with assigned teacher aides and direct aides in assigned classroom duties.
30) Teach functional academics, e.g., reading/language arts, math, science, and social studies per the modified WV Content Standards and Objectives.
31) Assess students using the WV Alternate Performance Task Assessment (APTA) or other standardized testing as required.
32) Teach transitional living and work skills to pre-adolescent & adolescent students with multiple handicapping conditions as scheduled and requested by principal and/or coordinator of the Multi-Sensory program.
33) Design specialized materials, instruction, and strategies for use with students with visual impairments, cortical visual impairment (CVI), and other multiple handicapping conditions.
34) As assigned, meet day students arriving by bus and supervise breakfast for these students. As assigned, Assist with the supervision and loading of buses at the close of the school day. May be required to perform up to 2 ½ hours per week of before or after school duty.
35) Assist with bus loading and unloading during homegoings and field trips.
36) Provide orientation and mobility training to students with visual impairment as scheduled and requested by principal and/or coordinator of the Multi-Sensory program.
37) Teach daily living skills and life skills to pre-adolescent and adolescent students with multiple handicapping conditions as scheduled and requested by principal and/or program coordinator of the Multi-Sensory Program, e.g. cooking, cleaning, personal hygiene, shopping and laundry skills.
38) Perform other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Last Update: June 17, 2011; Edited 8/4/2015


Go to: http://wvsdb2.state.k12.wv.us/pages/WestVirginiaSchools_Deaf_Blind/About_Us/Departments/Personnel/Prospective_Employees/2013-2014_Employment_Opportuni

Our employment site for Parks is: http://www.dnrec.delaware.gov/parks/Home/Pages/Employment.aspx

If you click Delaware Employment Link, the entire list is available

Our current internships are available at: http://destateparks.com/volunteers/interns/index.asp

There is a link just under the video to be clicked for the current listings


Go to: http://www.destateparks.com/

Southern Teachers Agency is the oldest teacher agency in America.
We’ve helped candidates find jobs at great schools since 1902.


Hiring season is in full swing here at STA, and that means more jobs than ever are opening up for great teachers. Each year we help nearly 600 private and independent schools in Mid-Atlantic and Southern states find candidates.


Requirements:

Candidates do not have to be in a teacher-preparation program or major in education to be considered for faculty positions at outstanding independent schools. While some educational experience is desirable, most secondary-school teachers are hired based on their major—their subject knowledge—and their gifts for working with young people. Candidates should have a minimum GPA of 3.0.

Application process:

Visit: http://www.southernteachers.com/Internal/Application/Default.aspx?CmsPageListingId=13 to apply. Because we interview all of our candidates, it can take several weeks to become an active STA candidate. Schools are filling teaching positions now, so candidates should apply right away!

STA provides a free service for candidates.


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Career Connexion

Take the next step in your career search and toward your future with Nestlé Purina.

Select your graduation date and major and we'll let you know which internship and/or trainee positions may be the best fit for you.


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Ongoing Operations provides opportunities for internships for currently enrolled students or full time employment for graduates.Currently seeking to fill the following positions: Account Manager, Sales Engineer, and Level II Support Engineer. There is also an immediate need for two Level II Support Engineers. One position located in Hagerstown, MD and the other is in Longmont, Colorado. You may contact the HR department via email hr@ongoingoperations.com or calling our Hagerstown HQ at 877-552-7892.


Go to: http://www.ongoingoperations.com/careers/aspx.

Online Marketing Intern
General Description:
AP Media is a young, up-and-coming Online Marketing, Website Design, and Video Production company seeking creative individuals who want to learn valuable new skills and aren’t afraid to think outside of the box. As an Online Marketing Intern you will get to work in close collaboration with our staff, and will be encouraged to find new, creative ways to build relationships, interact with online communities, and become an authority in our clients’ industries.

As an intern for the company’s expanding Media division, you will play an integral role in AP Media’s marketing team. The candidate should possess basic knowledge of marketing and should preferably be on track for a marketing (or similar) degree. The candidate is required to have proficient computer skills and a strong willingness to learn new, challenging skills.

Primary Job Functions:
Interns will work closely with an AP Media Digital Media Strategist as well as the VP of the Media division. This is a growing company, so the intern will need to be able to handle mid to higher-level projects, while constantly being exposed to new challenges in a professional setting. You will assist in client project execution and management. You should be highly enthusiastic, goal-oriented, and analytical. Your motivation stems from the need to better yourself as a professional in the Online Marketing Industry. The chosen candidate will receive exposure to cutting-edge online marketing techniques and hands-on experience strategy development. See below for preferred and required skills.

Desired Skills & Experience:

• Creative & flexible
• Outstanding verbal & written communication skills
• Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, Outlook, etc.)
• Ability to receive engagement via social media platforms
• Proven ability to handle multiple projects, prioritize tasks & meet deadlines required
• Self-motivated, ambitious, and professional character is a must-have
• General knowledge of WordPress CMS is a plus
• Experience with Google Analytics & AdWords is a huge plus

Interns will be responsible for performing Keyword Research, Writing Content & Blogs, Scheduling Social Media Posts, and building further knowledge in SEO and SEM practices including working with WordPress, Analytics, and AdWords. See something & don’t know what it is? Google it and let us know if it sounds like something you’d like. Also, take some time to explore each of our division’s websites:


www.absoluteperfectionmedia.com
www.vehiclewrapping.com
www.aptinting.com

We value our interns and strive to ensure they receive a learning experience that leaves them with valuable skills in online marketing and communications. You will become extremely knowledgeable in engaging and moderating online communities, developing online strategies that attract as much as they promote. You will have a key role in adapting online marketing strategies and integrating that strategy with organic and paid search engine marketing.

This is a non-compensatory internship, however, bonus compensation will be provided for quality work. Work hours will be flexible to class schedules, but we prefer candidates available between 10 and 20 hours per week.
To apply, contact:

Mikala Kennell
Lead Digital Media Strategist
mikala@absoluteperfectionmedia.com
(800) 968-7981 ext. 100
Or
Lee Emmons
Vice President of AP Media
lee@absoluteperfectionmedia.com
(443) 900-2384


Go to: http://www.absoluteperfectionmedia.com/

Environmental Recruiting Firm, Resource Optionis Inc. (ROI) is looking for a temporary Project Administrator for the duration of 3 months. This position is slated to start between August 24th & September 8th, 2015. Work week consists of 35-40 hours. Responsibilities consist of:
scheduling meetings, contractor oversight, coordinate with contractors and vendors for deliveries, proposal & bid development, scheduling & data entry.

If interested, please contact: Matthew Davis, Division Manager @ 201-414-5705.


Go to: http://www.resourceoptions.com

YEAR-ROUND/FULL TIME Roving Interpreter Internship: Job Description
Delaware State Parks (DSP) offers a variety of interpretive programs to visitors, some of which are free of charge. In order to provide more free programs and connect with more of our park visitors, DSP is offering “Roving Interpreter” internships. Roving interpreters will research and develop informal interpretive programs and roam park grounds while greeting park visitors, handing out maps, giving basic park information to visitors, and delivering brief interpretive programs in areas of heavy foot traffic. They will be responsible for compiling data on the roving interpretation program, including the number of programs presented and the number of park visitors reached. Roving interpreters will also assist with various park events, maintain park bulletin boards, monitor trail conditions, and other duties as assigned.
Roving interpreters will be assigned to the northern or southern region, where they will “float” between several parks within the region on a regular basis. They will also have the opportunity to work at all parks throughout the region for special events and programs as needs arise. During the peak season, year-round roving interpreters will help train seasonal roving interpreters.
Northern Region
Office base at White Clay Creek State Park
Float between Bellevue, White Clay Creek, Auburn Heights, Brandywine Creek, Alapocas Run, Wilmington State Parks, and the Brandywine Zoo
Occasionally assist with special events in the southern region, including two ponds and three beach parks
Southern Region
Office base at Cape Henlopen State Park
Float between Killens Pond, Trap Pond, Cape Henlopen, Delaware Seashore, Fenwick Island, Fort Delaware, and Lums Pond State Parks
Occasionally assist with special events in the northern region, including scenic lands and several historic sites


Minimum Requirements:
• Ability and willingness to work independently on a regular basis
• Ability and willingness to approach and greet park visitors
• Ability to work outdoors in extreme temperatures
• Flexibility to work weekends, holidays, and 1-2 evenings per week
• Excellent oral communication and customer service skills
• Basic understanding of natural sciences and/or Delaware history
• MINIMUM 2-year degree in natural resources, history, parks and recreation, education, interpretation, communications, or related field
• Two years field experience in developing and presenting interpretive or educational programs
• Excellent computer skills, including MS Word, Excel, and Publisher


YEAR-ROUND/FULL TIME Roving Interpreter Internship: Job Description
Delaware State Parks (DSP) offers a variety of interpretive programs to visitors, some of which are free of charge. In order to provide more free programs and connect with more of our park visitors, DSP is offering “Roving Interpreter” internships. Roving interpreters will research and develop informal interpretive programs and roam park grounds while greeting park visitors, handing out maps, giving basic park information to visitors, and delivering brief interpretive programs in areas of heavy foot traffic. They will be responsible for compiling data on the roving interpretation program, including the number of programs presented and the number of park visitors reached. Roving interpreters will also assist with various park events, maintain park bulletin boards, monitor trail conditions, and other duties as assigned.
Roving interpreters will be assigned to the northern or southern region, where they will “float” between several parks within the region on a regular basis. They will also have the opportunity to work at all parks throughout the region for special events and programs as needs arise.
Northern Region
Office base at White Clay Creek State Park
Float between Bellevue, White Clay Creek, Auburn Heights, Brandywine Creek, Alapocas Run, Wilmington State Parks, and the Brandywine Zoo
Occasionally assist with special events in the southern region, including two ponds and three beach parks
Southern Region
Office base at Cape Henlopen State Park
Float between Killens Pond, Trap Pond, Cape Henlopen, Delaware Seashore, Fenwick Island, Fort Delaware, and Lums Pond State Parks
Occasionally assist with special events in the northern region, including scenic lands and several historic sites


Minimum Requirements:
• Ability and willingness to work independently on a regular basis
• Ability and willingness to approach and greet park visitors
• Ability to work outdoors in extreme temperatures
• Flexibility to work weekends, holidays, and 1-2 evenings per week
• Excellent oral communication and customer service skills
• Basic understanding of natural sciences and/or Delaware history
• MINIMUM 2-year degree in natural resources, history, parks and recreation, education, interpretation, communications, or related field
• Two years field experience in developing and presenting interpretive or educational programs
• Excellent computer skills, including MS Word, Excel, and Publisher
To Apply
Complete and submit the online application via www.destateparks.com/volunteers/interns

BENEFITS
• Stipend: Interns are not employees of the State of Delaware- they are considered volunteers and are not paid for their service. Interns may elect to receive a stipend to help cover expenses incurred during their volunteer intern service. The stipend is a fixed amount of $100 per week for service of 30 or more hours per week paid biweekly as a direct deposit into the Intern’s bank account.

o The stipend is not a wage, but does count toward the total income on which the intern’s tax obligation is based. Interns electing to receive the stipend will complete IRS Form W-9 Request for Tax-Payer Identification as self-employed and will receive a Form 1099 at the end of the year that reports the amount of income from the stipend. No taxes are withheld from the stipend.

• Activities: Interns receive free admission to all Delaware State Parks and the opportunity to attend most programs and activities at no fee.

• Training: includes Seasonal Interpreter Training, Environmental Site Training, FA/CPR, Red Cross Canoe and or Kayak Fundamentals

All Delaware State Parks Interns are required to undergo and successfully complete a background check performed by the Division.


Go to: http://www.destateparks.com/

Staff Accountant:
Requirements include: Excel and Word experience, must have a BS degree and plan to receive your CPA certification. This is a full time position. Competitive salary and benefits will be discussed. Please email your resume and references to info@albrightcpa.com.

Second position:
CPA firm is seeking a professional with 2-5 years audit experience in public accounting. To qualify you must have a BS degree (accounting major), CPA certificate required. Governmental and Not-for-Profit experience required. Competitive salary, benefits and advancement opportunities. Please email your resume and references to info@albrightcpa.com.


Go to: http://info@albrightcpa.com

The Oregon Ridge Nature Center is a Baltimore County Recreation & Parks facility and is located in Cockeysville, Maryland. The center is open to the public Tuesday-Sunday and offers a variety of trails and exhibits featuring live animals and the history, wildlife and natural environment of the area. Public programs, school field trips, canoeing, scout programs and special events are also offered throughout the year.
Internship Description:
Oregon Ridge Nature Center is seeking responsible, motivated, and organized interns to assist with and lead hands-on, outdoor environmental education programs. Training will be provided. Other general duties include assisting with live animal care, program materials maintenance, trail and garden work, assisting park visitors and exhibit interpretation.
Qualifications:
? Applicants should have an interest or pursuing a course of study in natural sciences, environmental science, science education, outdoor recreation, or related field.
? Willingness to learn and perform a multitude of tasks
? Excellent communication skills
? Reliable transportation
? Able to work independently and as part of a team
Commitment:
Intern Naturalists are expected to work for the Spring, Summer, or Fall season and generally work a minimum of 12 hours/week. Some evening and weekends may be required.
To apply for an internship, please send cover letter, resume and three references to:
Oregon Ridge Nature Center Naturalist Internship
Attn: Jessica Jeannetta
13555 Beaver Dam Road
Cockeysville, MD 21030
Or by email to jjeannetta@baltimorecountymd.gov
For additional information, visit www.oregonridgenaturecenter.org or call 410-887-1815.
Oregon Ridge
Nature Center
Naturalist Internship


Go to: http://www.oregonridgenaturecenter.org

The United Nations Foundation (UNF), with locations in Washington, DC and New York City, links the UN’s work with others around the world, mobilizing the energy and expertise of business and non-governmental organizations to help the UN tackle issues including climate change, global health, peace and security, women's empowerment, poverty eradication, energy access, and U.S.-UN relations.
UNF is looking to recruit and place highly motivated interns within its organization by developing relationships with various institutions across the country. The internship program at UNF offers opportunities in the following areas:
? Public Affairs and Communications
? Information Technology
? Women and Children’s Health
? Energy and Climate
? Finance
? Business Services, Budgets and Reporting
? Global Health
? Campaign Initiatives
? Global Partnerships
? United Nations’ Advocacy
? Human Resources and Operations

Qualified candidates who may be interested in applying for intern positions offered year round (fall, spring and summer semesters), we would love to talk with you. Interns should be matriculating students or recent graduates who can receive either a paid stipend from their university or overseeing institution or are able to acquire college credit if a stipend during the internship is unavailable.

Contact:
Ms. Shawn A. McMullen
Human Resources Manager
Intern Coordinator
United Nations Foundation
1800 Massachusetts Avenue NW, 4th Floor
Washington, D.C. 20036
P 202.887.9040| F 202.419.6422


Go to: http://www.unfoundation.org

Enterprise is now hiring with the Baltimore division for their Management Trainee Program. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree; customer service, sales, and marketing background; evidence of sound communication and leadership skills. Career path offers: rapid promotions based on performance; comprehensive compensation package, which includes salary & benefits; 401K match & profit sharing. For more information come to 124 Sand Spring Hall.


Go to: http://www.go.enterprise.com

The NBDC National Resume Database is provided free of charge to job seekers with disabilities and is open to applicants who have earned or are expected to earn a two or four year degree within the next six months or have completed equivalent technical training.

Job Postings can be found at the address below. Postings of open positions in a wide variety of specialties may be found for Fortune 1000 companies and Federal Agencies.


Go to: http://www.nbdc.com

Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth is seeking a full-time Assistant Program Manager in the field of Engineering and Physics. Based out of Baltimore, MD. Primary duties: manage summer sites, including recruiting, hiring, firing, training, supervising and evaluating summer faculty/staff, negotiating contracts with host sites; and resolving student and faculty/staff related problems. For more information come to 124 Sand Spring Hall.


Go to: https://hrnt.jhu.edu/jhujobs/index.cfm

Contribute to the work of the nation before you graduate. Apply to participate in one of the outstanding student work programs at the CIA, including undergraduate student internships or undergraduate co-ops, and graduate studies programs.

This is an opportunity to learn from highly skilled professionals who support US officials that make our country's foreign policy. You'll assist with substantive and meaningful work assignments, while earning a competitive income and gaining invaluable practical experience. There's no better place to learn than at the center of intelligence.


Go to: https://www.cia.gov/careers/student-opportunities/index.html#opp

Operated through the Shriver Center at UMBC.

The Choice Program is a community-based, family-center, case management approach to delinquency prevention with the goal of fostering healthy development and resiliency among youth who face adverse risk factors in
their daily lives. A caseworker will work on a team to link the youth to additional social supports, provide structured activities, have consistent contact with clients and to set high expectations.

Caseworkers are paid $21,000 a year and upon completion of their contract will qualify for an AmeriCorps Education Award of $4,725 that can be
applied to graduate courses or to pay back student loans. Caseworkers experience extensive training and on-the-job experience in the areas of juvenile justice, educational advocacy, informal counseling and safety and
crisis intervention. The requirements for are caseworkers are to possess a bachelor’s degree and an automobile.

We currently have 8 offices in the state of Maryland. This is a one-year contractual employment so we have 100% turnover every year. We currently
have opening for caseworker positions, specifically in the Washington County office. This is an excellent opportunity for a recent college graduate who is unsure of what they want to do in the future.

If you have any additional questions please
contact our recruitment director, Sherry Smith at shsmith@umbc.edu or
888-277-4594. For more information about the positions available in the Washington County office you can also contact Lori Leonard at
lleonard@umbc.edu or 443-695-4318.


Go to: http://www.choiceprograms.net

Internship and Career Service

Welcome to one of the best places to find internships, jobs, apprenticeships, and Americorps opportunities! There are hundreds of positions available with organizational members of the Orion Grassroots Network, a coalition of 900 grassroots organizations doing vital work in conservation, education, social justice, restoration, sustainable agriculture, activism, and more.


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Prince George's County Public Schools is seeking school-based Pupil Personnel Workers for the 2007/2008 school year. They are seeking people to fill this position to assist in the development and implementation of preventive programs designed to improve student achievement by preventing negative behaviors affecting student learning. Minimum Qualifications include a Master's Degree in Pupil Personnel or a related field. If you are interested please send your resume, official transcripts and Teaching Certificate to: The Application and Career Information Center Attn: Sandy Billings 14201 School Lane, Room 124 Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 You may also apply online at www.pgcps.org For more information please visit Career Services at 124 Sandspring Hall.

Tutor.com is recruiting about 300 -500 online tutors, for their Live Homework Help program. Although they have openings in english and social studies, they are especially seeking tutors in math and science. They have experienced a tremendous increase in usage lately and are recruiting qualified tutors to work with this live help homework service. Training is provided
with hours available starting in August and September. All tutoring takes place online. Tutors are paid an hourly rate depending on status and receive per session fees and bonuses. Tutors set their own hours and can work as much or as little as they like and work from home, office or dorm. The starting hourly rate can average about $10/hr during peak times. Interested applicants can apply at: www.tutor.com/apply


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You must register with CCN to use our services. Once registered, you may:

  • Search for jobs posted exclusively to Frostburg State University; search the Jobs Central® national job board and the Intern Central® national internship board.
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  • Our Services include:
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