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Frostburg State University’s Career and Professional Development Center facilitates a culture that actively supports, educates, and empowers students to make career decisions and pursue the skill development necessary to achieve success in a rapidly changing, competency-based, global workplace.


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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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Experience Transforms

For over 35 years, The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars has helped more than 50,000 students from around the world gain valuable experience, and set them on a course of achievement, leadership and engagement in their communities

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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.

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Looking for an internship? Look no further! Clear Channel Media + Entertainment wants to provide students with an in-depth exposure to professional radio production facilities, techniques and practices. If you have an interest in digital media, production, public affairs, sales, promotions or programming, then we want you on our team! We are looking for the best and brightest students to help represent our brands. You must be energetic, detail oriented and dependable.

The Clear Channel Media + Entertainment DC and Baltimore Internship Program is for college credit only and is designed to give you a well-rounded introduction to the field of broadcasting and the operations of Clear Channel DC and Baltimore stations, which are WWDC-FM (DC101), WMZQ-FM (98.7 WMZQ), WIHT-FM (HOT 99.5), WBIG-FM (BIG 100.3),WASH-FM (97.1 WASH-FM), WPOC-FM (93.1 WPOC), WZFT-FM (Z104.3), WCAO-AM (Heaven 600) and WQSR-FM (102.7 JACK-FM).

We offer internships during the Spring, Summer and Fall semesters.

You must provide the following:
1.Complete application
2.Copy of Driver's license
4.A form or letter from your school or school official verifying that you will be receiving credit for your Internship for the semester you are applying for

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Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Superfund Remediation and Technology Innovation (OSRTI). Currently seeking motivated students to intern with us this summer at the headquarters location in Washington, DC and/or Crystal City Virginia. We have variety of projects for students of varying disciplines. (i.e.: Science, Business, IT)
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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.


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.

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Visit: 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!

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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 or calling our Hagerstown HQ at 877-552-7892.

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I. Job Title: FSU Summer Conference Staff
II. General Job Summary: Frostburg Summer Conference Staff is responsible for completing the tasks associated with the daily operation of summer conferences at Frostburg State University. We host about 8,000 guests in the summer, with groups such as Coach Wootten’s Basketball Camp, Upward Bound, Baltimore Yearly Meeting, Moravek Soccer School and others. Our task includes building preparation, guest relations, registrations, daily contact with clients, and specialized tasks such as a moving coordinator and overnight attendant. Working under the direct supervision of the Student Conference Staff Coordinators, staff is front-line employees with the conference participants. Full-time staff lives in University housing as assigned by the Office of Conferences & Events. Any requests for exceptions (to not live in campus housing, to take summer classes) must be discussed in advance and approved, or not, with applicants aware that hiring decisions can be based on such factors. In addition to being paid, and receiving time-and-a-half overtime pay, free housing is a perk of the job. Meals in the Chesapeake Dining Hall, when it is open for summer camp guests (which is nearly every meal of the summer), are included as well.
III. Responsibilities:
A. Represent the University to conference guests.
B. Perform all aspects of conference operations, including room preparation, conducting check-in and check-out procedures, daily contact with group leaders, billing procedures, maintaining accurate rosters of all guests, and completing data-entry.
C. Prepare the residence halls for the arrival of groups (i.e., inspecting and preparing rooms, preparing key packets, delivering and removing linens, and assembling and creating bulletin boards).
D. Prepare and set up guest rooms with appropriate linens and amenities as directed by the Managers.
E. Staff and perform the clerical duties associated with operating the Summer Conference Front Desk in Westminster Hall. The Summer Conference Front Desk is open 24 hours a day. Assume an on-call status on a rotating schedule from Midnight to 6:00 a.m. to assist conference guests and staff.
F. Maintain the security and safety of the residence halls for all conference guests. Daily rounds to check for propped doors and alerting guests to the established fire alarm procedures are a few of these responsibilities.
G. Maintain daily contact with the Student Conference Managers and the Director of the Frostburg State University Office of Conferences and Events to provide census information on assigned conference groups.
H. Attend weekly staff meetings toward serving guests.
I. Maintain inventory of all items for housing guests, including linens, maps, area brochures, etc., reordering as necessary.
J. Work with group leaders and participants as assigned by the Student Conference Managers.
K. Set up meeting spaces/table arrangements in academic buildings, residence halls, and other areas as assigned by the Student Conference Managers.
L. Report the maintenance needs of the building to the Student Conference Managers. Initiate maintenance checks to ensure that maintenance requests are done appropriately.
M. Provide self-appraisals and program evaluations to the Director.
N. Perform any other duties related to conferences as assigned by the Managers or the Director.
IV. Qualifications: Good interpersonal skills, excellent knowledge of Frostburg State University’s facilities, Frostburg, and the surrounding communities. Basic clerical abilities and strong attention to detail. Familiarity with computers preferred. Courteous and service oriented. Willingness to perform physical labor. Special skills such as certified lifeguard or back-of-house in the Performing Arts Center are a plus. Ability to work evenings and weekends as required.
V. Requirements: Preferred applicants are registered students within the University of Maryland System. All summer employees are expected to live in University housing as assigned by the Office of Conferences and Events although other situations will be considered. No summer school classes may be taken for fulltime staff.
VI. Remuneration: $8.00 per hour plus room and board to start, to $8.25 per hour plus room and board as of July 1, 2015. Food service is provided to fulltime staff when the Dining Hall is open. Time and a half overtime will be paid for any hours over 40 in a given week.
VII. Applications: Applications may be picked up and returned to the Office of Conferences and Events (305 Hitchins Building). Or you may use the form on-line, return it in campus mail, or via fax (301/687-7488). If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Conferences and Events at 301-687-4020

VIII. Job Title: Student Conference Coordinator
IX. General Job Summary: This is a leadership position usually reserved for returning staff of Frostburg State University’s summer conferences program. Student Conference Coordinator is responsible for supervising the Summer Conference Staff, in partnership with the Director of Conferences & Events. As working supervisors, the Student Conference Coordinator participates in all aspects of the Summer Conference Staff position as well.
X. Responsibilities:
A. Represent the University to conference guests.
B. Act as a liaison between clients and the University's conference support staff.
C. Assume responsibility for the residence halls which house summer groups to include reporting and coordinating all routine and emergency maintenance projects.
D. Organize and Manage the Summer Conference Front Desk.
1. With the Director, select and train the Summer Conference Staff
2. Directly supervise the Summer Conference Staff daily job assignments to ensure that tasks are completed appropriately.
3. Schedule staff to assist with the daily operations of the Summer Conference Front Desk as directed by the Director.
E. Organize the check-in and check-out procedures based on information supplied by the Director.
F. Control inventory of all conference supplies to include keys, ID's, linens, pillows, amenities, etc.
1. Maintain an organized storage space for conference materials.
2. Serve as liaison to the linen service; provide an accurate count of required linen packets and update inventory weekly. Coordinate delivery and pick-up schedule.
3. Prepare a schedule of room preparation and linen removal for incoming and outgoing conference guests.
4. Maintain key and ID card inventory for summer conference buildings; request additional or replacement keys or IDs as needed. Report lost or un-returned keys and lost IDs immediately to groups and Conferences & Events Director for billing purposes.
G. Work closely with Facility Management's Housekeeper Supervisor to oversee the cleaning of the buildings according to schedule.
H. Provide quality control by checking guest rooms prior to arrival to ensure that they are appropriately set up.
I. Prepare daily census and deposit reports.
J. Within 48 hours of a group's departure, provide the Conferences & Events Director with: a completed roster, a list of lost keys and ID's, linen, and a list of any damages for billing purposes.
K. Ensure that meeting space is accessible to conference participants and set-up appropriately prior to an event.
1. Coordinate the delivery and return of tables, chairs, etc., for registrations. Ensure that registration sites are prepared according to the group's specifications.
2. Coordinate the delivery and return of A/V equipment to meeting spaces according to the groups' requests.
L. Attend weekly planning meetings.
M. Perform all duties expected of all Summer Conference Staff.
N. Provide self-appraisals and program evaluations to the Director.
O. Perform any other duties related to conferences as assigned by the Director.
XI. Qualifications: Excellent knowledge customers, as well as of Frostburg State University's facilities, in particular the residence halls; knowledge of Frostburg and the surrounding communities; knowledge of department heads (i.e., housekeeping, facilities management, etc.); motivational and leadership skills including excellent interpersonal abilities. Basic clerical abilities and strong attention to detail. Familiarity with computers preferred. Courteous and service oriented. Experience with conference event planning, scheduling, and execution preferred. Experience with supervising others preferred. Ability to work weekends and evenings as required.
XII. Requirements: Leadership staff will be chosen from among general staff based on qualifications.
XIII. Remuneration: $9.00 per hour plus room and board, to $9.25 per hour plus room and board as of July 1, 2015. Food service is provided to fulltime staff when the Dining Hall is open. Overtime will be paid for any hours over 40 in a given week. Consideration given for salary for returning staff based on a step increase.
XIV. Application: Applications may be picked up and returned to the Office of Conferences and Events (305 Hitchins Building). Or you may use the form on-line, return it in campus mail, or via fax (301/687-7488). If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Conferences and Events at 301-687-4020.

Frostburg State University
Conferences & Events Staff
Common Objectives

• To provide an experience for the client that will reflect positively on your and the University's skill and reputation.

This may involve meeting special needs above and beyond the call of duty. In all cases, the needs of the group should be met with efficiency, courtesy, and professionalism.

• To provide helpful and pleasant assistance during each group's stay at the University.

This objective requires you to anticipate your clients’ needs before arrival and to prepare for prompt (even early) arrival of group members. This will include careful planning, frequent checking with the Office of Conferences and Events to ensure accuracy, and enlisting the help of other staff members when the job is more than you can handle alone.

• To provide a clean, safe environment before, during, and after a group arrives.

This includes room and maintenance checks before and after each group. If needed, you may be asked to help clean an area for groups. You will be required to keep track of maintenance concerns and report them to the appropriate individual.

• To provide prompt and accurate billing information.

This involves keeping accurate and daily computerized records of how many participants were housed for each group on campus.

• To contribute to a helpful and friendly working atmosphere with the group leaders and fellow Conferences and Events staff members.

This involves responding to requests for information or help promptly and efficiently, and maintaining open lines of communication with all staff members.

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.

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

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The University Design Competition for Addressing Airport Needs offers broad challenge areas relating to issues facing airports that are excellent open-ended topics for capstone design classes, culminating projects or independent study. Undergraduates and graduates at U.S. colleges may participate as individuals or teams working under the guidance of a faculty advisor. The challenges cross disciplines ranging from engineering and the sciences to information technology, business needs for airports and more. Design challenges relate to these broad areas: Airport Environmental Interactions, Airport Management and Planning, Airport Operations and Maintenance and Runway Safety. Activities can be undertaken during the spring semester.
The competition is a continuation of the FAA Design Competition for Universities which is now managed by the Airport Cooperative Research Program.
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Submissions are due April 30, 2015.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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 or
888-277-4594. For more information about the positions available in the Washington County office you can also contact Lori Leonard at or 443-695-4318.

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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 For more information please visit Career Services at 124 Sandspring Hall. 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:

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