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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.


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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President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition

Archival History Internship Opportunity

Term: Spring, Summer, or Fall

Length: 12-week minimum with flexible start/end dates

Hours: Minimum of 20 hours/week

Position Overview:

The President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition (PCFSN) seeks to preserve and promote the understanding of the 60-year history of the Council. This internship position will assist the Archival History project team leader by performing primary source research. Additionally, the position provides unique access to educational materials across the fields of fitness, sports, and nutrition, for retrieval from and submission to the National Archives and Records Administration and Presidential Libraries.

Intern Duties Include:

? Researching PCFSN’s historic programs, initiatives, and publications

? Processing and maintaining a database of PCFSN historic materials

? Assist with developing historical content for the President’s Council website and social media

? Providing general support to the President’s Council office

NOTE: A semester-long research project will be presented to the PCFSN staff at the conclusion of the internship.

Interested candidates must be enrolled in an undergraduate program or graduate-level program related to history, archival studies, library science, communications or related fields requiring strong research and writing skills.

Desired Qualifications:

? Excellent research, writing and communication skills

? Exceptional organizational skills, detail oriented, and able to meet deadlines and manage multiple tasks

? Self-motivated, energetic, and positive

? Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook is required; Experience with Adobe Creative Suite is a plus

The internship is unpaid; however, candidates enrolled in a college/graduate program are eligible for credit hours at the discretion of their respective institution. The office is located in Rockville, Maryland, which is accessible by car, bus and the Red Line on the Washington, DC, Metro system. Please send a cover letter, detailing your availability (full- or part-time), and resume to with “PCFSN Archival History Internship” in the subject line. For more information on PCFSN activities and programs, call (240) 276-9567 or visit

About the President’s Council:

PCFSN was created in 1956 by President Dwight D. Eisenhower as the President’s Council on Youth Fitness, and over the years has evolved into what is currently known as the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition. The President’s Council's mission is to engage, educate, and empower all Americans to adopt a healthy lifestyle that includes regular physical activity and good nutrition.

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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

co-op opportunities in several fields of study. There are also incredible career opportunities available.

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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As a boutique administrative and professional staffing firm in the Washington, D.C. metro area, CityStaff specializes in matching talented job seekers and exciting client organizations. With a local emphasis on individual needs, CityStaff is dedicated to building lasting relationships with the people we serve. We invite you to join our CityStaff community.

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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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Cornerstone Montgomery is now accepting internship placements for our Studio in Sight Art Program, which works directly with artist who have a mental illness. This program will primarily focus on painting, working with clients, and facilitating group art classes within the Montgomery County area.

Seeking art majors or related behavioral health majors.

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Our employment site for Parks is:

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

Our current internships are available at:

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FrostburgFirst Student Intern Description

The Student Intern is Expected to, but is not limited to:

1. Create a Monthly Newsletter:

a. Build an e-mail list

b. Create Articles featuring projects, events, and featured businesses in relation.

2. Assist in marketing and branding techniques through the use of social media

3. Create brochures for events and projects

4. Write memos and press releases

5. Document filing

Preferred Skills:

1. Experience in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Publisher

2. Experience in marketing techniques through social media

3. Excellent written and verbal communication skills

4. Excellent organization and professionalism

5. Experience in graphic design a plus

The intern will work 18 hours a week. Hours are flexible with school/work schedules. Some night and weekend hours.

Join FrostburgFirst, a Maryland Main Street Community in a program dedicated to the economic vitality of the Frostburg Business District. Gain exposure to the daily operations of a non-profit organization and experience in valuable professional work skills.

Please send your resume, cover letter, and references to Jessica Palumbo, Frostburg’s Main Street Manager, at

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Internships with the Federal Government

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The U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) employs tens of thousands of professionals in a wide range of disciplines. Answer the following questions - it'll take less than five minutes - and we'll tell you how your education, training and experience fit the IC.

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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.

Application process:

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!

STA provides a free service for candidates.

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Dear Internship Applicant,

Thank you for your interest in the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office Intern Program. Please note that applicants must be at least 18 years of age and students at a recognized and accredited college or university.

Our interns are not paid.

The LCSO Intern Program is run by Sergeant LaTriviette Young. She is the contact person for the college/university, intern, and Sheriff’s Office supervisors working with the intern. Sgt. Young can be reached at (703) 737-8171.

To request an internship, LCSO requires a letter from the college or university, on school letterhead, indicating the following:

? Placement in the internship is part of a bonafide course of study and that the student will receive a grade at the end of the course

? The purpose and objectives of the course

? Requirements of the program

? The beginning and ending dates of the internship

? The amount of time or number of hours per week participation is expected

? The name of the instructor/counselor responsible for the course and a daytime telephone number where the instructor may be reached.

The letter should be mailed to:

Loudoun County Sheriff's Office

PO Box 7200

Leesburg, VA 20177

ATTN: Sgt. Young

Once the letter is received from your college or university, a Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office Application for Intern Program form will be mailed or emailed to you and the background investigation will begin. The background investigation is conducted by the LCSO Employment Services Section.

LCSO coordinates with you to form the scope of the internship. It’s important for you to know what you want to accomplish with this internship so that we can assign you to the divisions that will best suit your goals.

Best Regards




Week 1- Station Specific Day 1- Ride-A-Long

Day 2- Crime Analysis Day 3- Property Crime

Weeks 2-10 Unit Specific (2 weeks per Unit) Adult Detention Center Court

Criminal Investigation Division Crime Scene Unit

Operational Support Division

Week 10 All Interns Day 1- Emergency Communication Center

Day 2- Property and Evidence & Records Day 3- Employment Services Section

Week 11- Station Specific Day 1- Ride-A-Long

Day 2- Property Crimes Detective Day 3- Ride-A-Long

Intern Application deadlines:

July 1 for Fall Semester

Nov 1 for Spring Semester

March 1 for Summer Semester

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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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Opportunity to build a career in the National Park Service and create an Interpretation and Education program centered around $9 million worth of improvements to historic structures in the area!

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Position Available (on-going) for New World Primate Caregiver/Documentarian at Pacific Primate Sanctuary, Maui, Hawaii

This is truly a Sanctuary, a beautiful place for someone with a background and interest in animal husbandry, welfare and conservation, exotic veterinary medicine, biology, and related fields, who is a mature team player with respect for others. We need a good, clear communicator (written and spoken English), and coordinator with a minimal personal agenda, who seeks mutual growth for all and is able to make a long-term commitment to the primates and the staff. The Pacific Primate Sanctuary Internship is an in-depth, all encompassing, immersion experience. This is more than a full-time position and includes on-call duties. A one-year commitment is requested.

The residency requires a self-starter and hard worker, someone who is humble, compassionate, self-reliant, organized, professional, computer literate (Mac), open to learning, capable of problem solving and completing a task. We need someone who can function independently as well as in a group. Our Resident Intern would need to be physically fit, with no communicable diseases or criminal record, who would enjoy a rural lifestyle with simple amenities. Citizens of foreign countries must secure their own visas and permits independently.

The internship is organized into three training modules. The first module focuses on animal care giving (providing daily care, preparing food, cleaning enclosures, administering medications, providing enrichment, and nurturing to 45+/- monkeys), an introduction to primate behavior, facility maintenance, and documentation. Documentation responsibilities include: data entry (Mac- Excel, Word, Mail), PPS Manual updates, detailed record-keeping, literature review and research, and providing shift reports utilizing the SOAP format to report on the medical status of each animal. In the second module, the concentration is on emergency care and behavioral conditioning, and the third on colony management, volunteer training, and an Independent project. The Independent Intern Project is an opportunity for advanced study in a chosen area, depending on an Intern’s interests and skills. For those interns wanting to remain at PPS, a fourth module, in sanctuary management, may be offered.

Pacific Primate Sanctuary is a 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization. Our staff is made up of 3-7 local volunteer caregivers, 1- 4 resident Interns, and an off-site support system of veterinary and other professionals. Since the wellbeing of the monkeys is our primary focus, they are not on exhibit, the facility is not open to the public and they are not subjected to any medical research.

As a result, our organization is not eligible for funding from any governmental agencies nor do we receive funds from admission, as would a public zoo. Therefore, we must rely solely upon donations from compassionate individuals and organizations. Our operating budget is extremely small. Financial independence for personal expenses is required (estimated by interns to be as low as $25-$35 a week).

We provide a fully furnished and equipped 24-foot Yurt or a 16-foot Yurt (traditional round structures designed specifically for tropical living) and utilities. An organic garden and fruit orchard are available on-site. The Yurt is adjacent to the Sanctuary on a large piece of rainforest property with its own bathroom facilities. You would be trained by experienced members of our staff in all aspects of New World primate care (Callitrichidae, Cebus, and Ateles) and may become eligible for certification as a Primary Animal Caregiver.

Please begin making application for the position by submitting the following: your letter of intent in making application, your resume/CV, and three Letters of reference (from instructors, employers etc.). All documents should be sent via email as they become available. The PPS Team looks forward to hearing from you.

Me Ke Aloha No Na Holoholona,

With Love For The Animals,

Lucy L. Wormser

Founder and President

Pacific Primate Sanctuary, Inc.

Sanctuary Phone & Fax: 808. 572.8089





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Our Opportunities

Find your place at Amazon

In Amazon Operations and Customer Service, you'll encounter challenges that have never been faced, giving you the opportunity to flex your innovation and problem-solving muscles. We operate an associate-focused lean environment. You will work with associates and leaders to drive continuous improvement across the entire operation. Amazon offers leadership opportunities at all levels and we promote based on leadership and results; not tenure.

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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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President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition

Internship Opportunity

Term: Spring, Summer, or Fall

Length: 12-week minimum with flexible start/end dates

Hours: Minimum of 20 hours/week

Position Overview:

The President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition (PCFSN) internship position provides the opportunity to gain valuable office, communications, and partnership development experience. The intern will have the opportunity to work with both the Communications and Partnerships teams to support their work in lifting up the mission of the Council. General intern duties include working with both teams to support the development of programs and initiatives, outreach materials, and awareness efforts to improve the health and quality of life for all Americans.

Intern Duties Include:

? Supporting the partnership agreement process

? Assist with developing communications content for the President’s Council website and social media

? Assist with coordinating and execution of events

? Tracking the media hits and activities of the Council members

? Providing general support to the President’s Council office

NOTE: A semester-long research project will be presented to the PCFSN staff at the conclusion of the internship.

Interested candidates must be enrolled in an undergraduate program or graduate-level program related to public health, fitness promotion, nutrition, exercise physiology, business administration, communications, public affairs, or similar fields.

Desired Qualifications:

? Excellent research, writing and communication skills

? Exceptional organizational skills, detail oriented, and able to meet deadlines and manage multiple tasks

? Self-motivated, energetic, and positive

? Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook is required; Experience with Adobe Creative Suite is a plus

The internship is unpaid; however, candidates enrolled in a college/graduate program are eligible for credit hours at the discretion of their respective institution. The office is located in Rockville, Maryland, which is accessible by car, bus and the Red Line on the Washington, DC, Metro system. Please send a cover letter, detailing your availability (full- or part-time), and resume to with “PCFSN Communications and Partnership Internship” in the subject line. For more information on PCFSN activities and programs, call (240) 276-9567 or visit

About the President’s Council:

PCFSN was created in 1956 by President Dwight D. Eisenhower as the President’s Council on Youth Fitness, and over the years has evolved into what is currently known as the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition. The President’s Council's mission is to engage, educate, and empower all Americans to adopt a healthy lifestyle that includes regular physical activity and good nutrition.

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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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Please visit for a full listing of current open positions as well as job requirements, description salary information and to begin the application process.

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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

Go to the website. 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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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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Year Round/Full Time Roving Interpreter Internship: Delaware State Parks (DSP) offers a variety of interpretive programs to visitors, some of which are free of charge. DSP is offering "Roving Interpreter" internships. Roving interpreters will research & 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. North & South Regions available. Minimum Requirements: Work independently, willingness to approach & greet visitors, work outdoors in extreme temperatures, flexible weekends, oral communication & customer service skills, basic understanding of natural sciences and/or Delaware history, MINIMUM 2-year degree in natural resources, history, parks & recreation or related field, two year field experience and excellent computer skills. Visit URL to complete online application. For complete information, please visit Career & Professional Development Center @ 124 Sand Spring Hall.

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Financial Leadership Development Program Class of 2020:

BAE Systems seeks candidates to apply for the FLDP Class of 2020. This highly competitive program consists of three one-year rotations within various finance, accounting, and business functions. Ideal candidates will have, at minimum:

- GPA: 3.0 / 4.0.

- A bachelor’s degree in a business-related major from an accredited college or university.

- Willingness and ability to relocate to the York, Pennsylvania for the first year and to another company location for one year, at minimum.

- Work / internship experience.

- Leadership potential demonstrated through academics, extracurricular activities, or work experience.

- Superior communication skills.

- Capacity and motivation for hard work.

- U.S. citizenship (required for eligibility to obtain a Department of Defense security clearance).

Interested students are encouraged to apply at our career website,, entering job requisition number 20415BR.

FLDP overview:

The Financial Leadership Development Program is a three-year rotational program consisting of three one-year rotations. Candidates selected for this program will start in the York, PA their first year, and will be required to rotate to another location for a minimum of one year. Participants will have the opportunity to rotate to rotations such as Nashua, NH; Endicott, NY; Radford, VA; Minneapolis, MN; Charlotte, NC; and many other locations.

The program invests heavily in its participants, providing internal training and instruction from external universities and vendors. Training spans all three years, beginning with comprehensive finance and business courses in the first year. Members of the program also complete in-house training that focuses on Accounting, Program Finance, and Government Contracting. Additionally, all Leadership Development Program participants across functions meet annually for a week long leadership conference where they focus on enhancing new aspects of leadership, while building on prior years’ experience by working together in both small and large group settings. Lastly, participants have the opportunity to pursue a Masters degree, with company-provided tuition assistance.

Participants gain well-rounded experience through geographic, business, and functional diversity.

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Legislative Session January 11 - April 10, 2017

Become a Legislative Intern for a member of

the Maryland General Assembly in Annapolis! (click “Student Programs”) or scan:

Intern Coordinator

Maryland General Assembly Intern Office · Department of Legislative Services

90 State Circle, Room 311 · Annapolis, MD 21401

410-946-5128 · 301-970-5128 · 800-492-7122, Ext. 5128 ·

Intern responsibilities include: conducting research, preparing testimony,

attending hearings, tracking bills, drafting correspondence, and responding to

constituents’ inquiries.

Applications should be received by the MGA Intern Office by October 31, 2016.

For more information, contact:

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The National Park Service, in partnership with the National Council for Preservation Education, is announcing their historic preservation internships for the academic year 2016-2017. These are for the academic year only; a separate notice will be sent out in January 2017 for summer 2017 positions.

The program is designed to allow students in historic preservation programs and allied disciplines to gain an awareness of National Park Service cultural resource management activities and to provide an opportunity to work alongside professionals in the field of historic preservation. A variety of positions in preservation and related fields are being offered at the National Park Service and partnering agencies.

Attached you will find a copy of our announcement for the academic year positions. I would appreciate it if you could post or pass along the notice and make it available to any students you think might be interested. The information will also be available very soon on the websites of the National Park Service at and the National Council at . A downloadable application will be available from each site as well. The deadline for applications is October 28, 2016.

Please note that recent graduates (degree received August 2015 or later) are eligible for the program, as well as those currently enrolled in a relevant academic program.

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Become a member of the Oceans Research Unit in Mossel Bay, South Africa.

The renowned Oceans Research Internship offers a 'once-in-a-lifetime' opportunity for students to gain hands on practical training in conducting research on South Africa's marine mega-fauna, including the great white shark. Interns join our scientists daily on their research expeditions to conduct groundbreaking research and experiments involving Mossel Bay's sharks and marine mammals.

Being a part of this internship, students will gain valuable insight and training in the latest research techniques and seamanship to equip them with the skills necessary to be a successful marine biologist.

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LIVE. LEARN. INTERN. Programs – the Ultimate DC Experience!

June 3 – July 28, 2017

Early Application Deadline: December 6, 2016 - 5% tuition discount

Spend your summer in Washington, DC and prepare for your future! Academic internship programs are offered in the following fields:

• Public Policy & Economics

• International Affairs

• Journalism & Communication

• Leadership & the American Presidency

• Business & Government Affairs

• Community Leadership & Service


You will live just blocks from the national monuments, State Department and White House on the campus of George Washington University. Fully furnished housing and roommate matching is provided as part of our comprehensive program.


Earn course credit while you intern! You will earn 3 to 9 academic credits this summer. Our unique curriculum is designed to complement your DC experience with upper level government and economics courses. Academic course credit is provided through George Mason University and taught by top rated faculty from GMU and other top local universities.


An internship is one of the most important investments you can make in your future. Based on your interests and skills, you will be placed in an internship in the Washington, DC area. We have been creating academic internship experiences for over 45 years and work with over 300 top organizations in DC.

Internship placements include:

• Federal agencies

• Congressional offices

• Policy groups and think tanks

• International affairs organizations and embassies

• Media outlets and public relations firms

• Fortune 500 companies and government relations offices

• Community-based nonprofit organizations


Who you know does matter - especially when it comes to your future job search. Our comprehensive programs are designed so you can make valuable professional connections and practice your networking skills in a real-world setting.

We offer a number of networking opportunities to enhance your internship experience and maximize your time in DC:

• Mentor Program with DC Professionals

• Professional Development Seminars

• Roundtable Discussions & Networking Receptions

• Site Briefings at Key Washington Institutions including the Capitol and State Department

APPLY NOW – 5% Discount

Make plans for your summer now! Visit to begin an online application today. Apply by the early deadline of December 6 to receive priority admissions and scholarship consideration as well as a 5% tuition discount.


We strive to make the programs accessible and affordable to the best and brightest students regardless of financial status. Scholarship awards are granted based on need and merit with over 70% of students receiving full or partial funding.

Questions may be directed to or 202.986.0384.

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Wisp Resort is currently seeking part-time and year-round positions.

Apply today:

Email: and mail to

Wisp Resort, 296 Marsh Hill Rd., McHenry, MD 21541

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Experience the Arts with a Paid Spring Internship at Wolf Trap!


Communications and Marketing

Public Relations

Group Sales

Graphic Design



Annual Giving

Special Events/Facility Rentals


Opera Artistic Administration

Production & Sound

Applications for Spring 2017 are due Nov 1

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Youth Engagement Intern

Spring Semester 2017

This part-time, unpaid internship will focus on outreach to high school and college students, encouraging local and minority students to apply to internship, volunteer, and fellowship opportunities in the natural resources and conservation field. The intern will create outreach materials such as presentations, table-displays, handouts. They will be responsible for presentations in public high schools and colleges, and will represent The Nature Conservancy at job fairs.

This position will receive training, supervision and support from The Nature Conservancy’s Allegany Forests Project Director, who is based in Cumberland, MD. Supervisor will happily work with intern to complete necessary paperwork and requirements if intern chooses to seek school credit for this experience.

Start and end dates and hours are flexible, within the spring 2017 semester (January 30 – May 10, 2017). Approximately 3-5 hours a week for 12 weeks will be needed to successfully complete this internship. Intern must supply their own transportation, workspace, computer, and internet connection. The Nature Conservancy will reimburse or cover expenses for travel and supplies.

Internship Duties:

1. Finalize internship work plan in consultation with supervisor. Weekly check in meeting/phone call with supervisor.

2. Finalize list of internships, volunteer and other opportunities that we’ll be recruiting for in 2017.

3. Gather and/or create recruiting materials on each program.

4. Create recruiting presentation, adaptable to high school or college audience.

5. Create recruiting table display for job fair.

6. Complete least four recruiting presentations (mix of high school and college settings).

7. Participate in FSU Career and Internship Fair (April 5) and Major’s Fair (TBD) as representative of The Nature Conservancy.

8. Attend staff meeting of the MD/DC Chapter of The Nature Conservancy to report on work (transportation to office in Bethesda, MD provided; this is optional if class schedule permits).


1. Motivated by a desire to connect with others and help peers find their passion! Interest in nature, natural resource, conservation is a plus, but not required.

2. Organized and independent worker.

3. Comfortable and confident talking to individuals, small groups, and large audiences.

4. Creative – willing to be creative with design of materials and displays AND take feedback or guidance representing The Nature Conservancy’s brand.

5. Knowledge of presentation software (PowerPoint, Prezi) or willingness to learn.

6. Willing, ready and able to commit approximately 50 hours over the Spring 2017 semester.

7. Able to provide own local transportation, computer, work space and internet access.

Application deadline is December 16, 2016. To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to

Donnelle Keech, Allegany Forests Project Director

For more information, contact Donnelle by email or by phone at 301-722-0313.

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