PLEASE NOTE: It is the responsibility of the student to research the integrity of the organizations to which they apply. Unfortunately, some disreputable persons claim to represent an organization, for whom they do not work, in order to lure unassuming persons into dangerous situations. We make every effort to block those persons from posting anything on this site. However, it is your responsibility to determine that you are interviewing in a legitimate, safe location, with an actual representative of the established company. When in doubt, play it safe.
Tusculum College does not make any representation as to the working conditions that may exist at any place of employment. Use of this system shall be entirely at the risk of the users and the Career Services Office expressly disclaims any and all liability in regards to job advertisements posted in good faith on this site. The student is advised to use caution and common sense when applying for any position with an organization or private party. If any doubt as to the validity and integrity of the company arises, check the company’s website, their standing with the Better Business Bureau, and consult with Career Services.
Professional Baseball Employment Opportunities™
(PBEO®) is the official employment service of Minor League
The PBEO Job Fair will be held at Gaylord National Resort &
Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland, from
Dec. 4 – 7, 2016. The Job Fair is an annual feature of the
Baseball Winter Meetings. Don’t miss this opportunity to
apply for a variety of positions, meet with representatives
from professional teams and interview on-site.
Help your students begin their career in sports by attending
the industry’s most popular meeting and seminar to
find a job in professional baseball. The Job Fair provides
registrants a look at the business of professional baseball,
as well as an excellent opportunity to find employment. On
average, 400 – 500 jobs are posted annually at the Job Fair.
Most of these jobs are internships and entry-level positions.
However, some positions are for those with prior baseball
experience or a related background looking for the next
challenge. Most Minor League Baseball and Major League
Baseball teams will be hiring for positions beginning in
January 2017. Therefore, it is preferable for attendees to
have graduated college by December 2016.
For those who are not graduating until May 2017, focus on
Short Season-A™ Minor League Baseball clubs. These teams
begin play in June, and therefore typically start their new
hires later in the year. For a list of these clubs, visit the
classification page on MiLB.com.
For more information, contact Mark Labban at
MLabban@MiLB.com or 727-456-1727, or visit PBEO.com.
Hi There! Here at Diane Black’s Campaign Office we are looking for happy, helpful
Diane Black is the current Congressman for the 6th district and has held this seat since
2010. She has been voted amongst the most influential women in Congress by Roll Call and
carries a 96 rating from the American Conservative Union. A nurse for more than 40 years,
Diane is one the most respected voices in the federal healthcare debate and has been using
this unique perspective to lead the charge to repeal and replace Obamacare with a
stronger, more patient oriented approach to healthcare.
Why Do We Need Volunteers?
Congressman Black is running for reelection, and we’re helping make sure that happens.
Where Do You Come In?
Volunteers will help lead our grassroots effort to connect with voters and share Diane’s
message by interacting with constituents throughout the district by doing things like:
?Attending Events (Like Picnics, Dinners, and Football Games)
?Joining Our College Republicans Door Knocking Day Contest!
If you are interested in meeting some great people, adding a nice line to your resume,
and/or getting a chance to see the workings of a congressional campaign, take advantage of
a great opportunity!
Email Our Volunteer Coordinator, Jill Jerkins, at firstname.lastname@example.org
The DAvies-Jackson Scholarship provides a distinctive opportunity for graduating seniors who have earned exceptional acedemic records and who are among ther first generation in their families to graduate from college, to enroll in a two year BA program as an affiliated student at St. john's College. Established in 1990, the Scholarship, vaulted at approximately $50,000, is offered annually and is administered by the council of independent Colleges on behalf of an anonymous donor.
Dear Tusculum Students and Alumni,
You are cordially invited to attend the Tusculum College Graduate & Career Fair 2016, scheduled for Wednesday November 2, 2016 from 12:30 – 3:30 pm.
The fair will be held in the Chalmers Conference Center of Niswonger Commons. Representatives from graduate schools and businesses will be available to speak with you about jobs, internships, and application to graduate or professional schools.
Tusculum students and alumni are encouraged to dress professionally (suit) and bring resumes or CVs. For information about business professional dress, please review this link http://career.utk.edu/CS/wp-content/uploads/pdf/Dress-for-Success-Handout.pdf.
A list of registered employers with job descriptions will be available for review, starting 10/2/16 at http://bit.ly/29041zS.
For more information, contact Ms. Robin E. Lay, M.A. at email@example.com or call 423.636.7447.
Robin Elizabeth Lay, M.A.
Director of Career Services
Go to the website.
Don’t miss the Tusculum College Part Time Job Blitz, scheduled for Wednesday August 31, 2016 from 1:30 – 3:30 pm! This is a Show Me the Money Event planned just for you!
This event will be held in Chalmers Conference Center of Niswonger Commons. This job fair is open to local employers who are seeking to recruit students for part-time job positions and internships in the local Greeneville, Tennessee area.
Tusculum students are encouraged to bring resumes and dress appropriately for the position, business casual for a part-time job. To learn what is appropriate for business professional or business casual dress, please review this link http://career.utk.edu/CS/wp-content/uploads/pdf/Dress-for-Success-Handout.pdf.
Additional information about resume and interview preparation may be found at www.tusculum.edu/career
Research the Part-Time Job Blitz employers and jobs at http://bit.ly/28VLGGG.
For more information, contact Ms. Robin Lay at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 423.636.7447.
Robin Elizabeth Lay, M.A.
Director of Career Services
Go to: http://bit.ly/28VLGGG
Go to the website.
Aloca City Schools is hiring for the following positions:
Part-time ESL Teacher at ACS
Health Science Teacher as Alcoa High School
Self-Contained Behavior Classroom Teacher at Alcoa High School
Guidance Counselor at Alcoa Elementary School
Technology/STEM Teacher at Alcoa Intermediate School
Go to: http://www.alcoaschools.net
Go to the website.
In order to accommodate all requests by students from all over the world, we are announcing that there will now be the option to complete either two-week and four-week Seminars!
CHRISTMAS 2016 EDITION (Two weeks)
December 19, 2016 – January 2, 2017.
NEW YEAR 2017 EDITION (Two weeks)
January 2, 2017 – January 16, 2017.
CHRISTMAS 2016 + NEW YEAR 2017 EDITION (Four weeks)
December 19, 2016 – January 16, 2017.
Spots limited to 24 students. Open to all nationalities.
An educational travel program to Cuba, in a historic moment, unprecedented and unrepeatable, a unique opportunity before the “Pearl of the Carribbean” changes forever.
Journalism immersion in the local Cuban lifestyle, discovering its profound culture and customs, and residing in two of its most emblematic cities, both of them declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Havana and colonial Trinidad.
Training with Experts and Mentors, acquiring the latest Travel Journalism skills and attending Editorial Meetings, Travel Journalism Workshops, Photography Workshops, Mentoring Sessions, Feedback, Photo tours, Guided Visits and Excursions.
Upon completion of the Seminar, graduate with a Portfolio of Publications, which you can publish at the global news agency.
A complete (and fun-filled!) package – including accommodation in “boutique style” Cuban homes with a Cuban family attending to your needs at all times, transportation and local support 24 hours a day.
TRAVEL JOURNALISM & PHOTOGRAPHY.
Learning and traveling at the same time – it's the perfect combination!
Write about what you see, and at the end of the Seminar, publish your work in the Travel Writing Channels of ROOSTERGNN Global News Network.
Discover the Cuban capital of Havana, and all of its exciting and diverse neighborhoods and enjoy Old Havana.
Immerse yourself fully in Havana's history, culture and architecture, from the Plaza de Armas to the world-famour Malecón.
In Trinidad, travel back in time: this colonial city just turned 500 years old!
The colorful town is ideal for practising your photography skills. Trinidad is considered the most photogenic city on the entire island.
JOURNALISM & PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS, MENTORING SESSIONS & FEEDBACK.
The Seminar includes Journalism Workshops, Photography Workshops, Mentoring Sessions and Feedback Sessions.
Acquire new skills and learn from the Experts. And don't ever be afraid to ask questions – we are here to help you advance in your journalism career.
CULTURAL IMMERSION PROGRAM.
At RGNN Academy, we specialize in educational travel programs.
Throughout the Intensive Seminar, you will be immersed in Cuban culture; incorporate what you've learned in the articles you write and will publish!
ACCOMMODATION IN COLONIAL CUBAN “BOUTIQUE” HOUSES.
ROOSTERGNN's Staff has personally selected the best Cuban “boutique style” houses in Havana and Trinidad.
You will have a Cuban family attending to your needs to help you with everything.
Enjoy the colonial style of the houses – it's a unique experience!
GUIDED VISITS, EXCURSIONS & 24 HOUR LOCAL SUPPORT.
Explore the most fascinating places and landscapes of Cuba.
Throughout the Intensive Seminar, you will have a 24 hour local support team to help you with everything you need. All transportation for Seminar activities, including transfers to and from the airport, are included.
PORTFOLIO OF PUBLICATIONS.
Graduate with a portfolio of published work – with Feedback from the experts.
Ready to include on your Linkedin profile, and show at future job interviews!
CERTIFICATION & RECOMMENDATION.
Obtain a Travel Journalism & Photography Internship Certification and Letter of Recommendation of Merit, if applicable.
Kick-start your journalism career now!
ROOSTERGNN will certify 80 hours of academic credit for a two-week Seminar and 160 hours of academic credit for a four-week Seminar.
Get a head start on your future in the world of journalism – all while doing what you love!
ROOSTERGNN Global News Network has been featured in numerous media outlets.
Graduates of ROOSTERGNN Academy have gone on to write and work for newspapers, news agencies and publications around the globe.
Non-profit organizations, human rights organizations and international agencies are other frequent job fields for ROOSTERGNN Academy graduates.
Those interested in corporate communication continue using the skills they acquired at the ROOSTERGNN Academy at international companies and enterprises.
The future has no limits!
Spots limited to 24 students. Open to all nationalities.
Go to the website.
All Saints Episcopal School is in need of part time middle school teachers in science or art (both positions are part-time).
If interested, please contact Headmaster, Mr. Mark Workman at 423-586-3280.
The NCAA Postgraduate Internship Program annually provides on-the-job learning experiences at the national office in Indianapolis to college graduates who are passionate in their pursuit of a career in college sports administration.
With a focus on ethnic minorities, women and former student-athletes, this yearlong program gives insight to the inner workings of college sports from the national perspective. Interns over the past 25 years have taken their experience and institutional knowledge onto campuses and into the conference offices as full-time administrators.
NCAA postgraduate interns are nonexempt employees with benefits and they receive comprehensive training, mentor assignments, networking opportunities throughout the internship. Additionally, postgraduate interns plan and execute professional development site visits to conference offices, member campuses and affiliate organizations to further their knowledge of the collegiate sports industry and network with today's leaders.
Internships available in the following areas: Public Relations/Marketing Internship, HR Internship, Writer Internship, Journalism Internship, Political Affairs Internship, and Editor Internship.
Information about The Borgen Project:
Only 12% of intern candidates applying to The Borgen Project are selected. While the hiring process is incredibly competitive, we look for a diverse range of backgrounds.
We’ve found no correlation between high GPA’s, MBA’s and/or prestigious universities when it comes to determining who will have the biggest impact. Our selection process focuses more on finding great individuals, with a strong work ethic and passion for righting wrongs.
The telecommute positions below work from home, but must meet weekly deadlines, attend meetings via conference call and submit regular reports. All positions are unpaid, but college credit is available.
Apply online at http://borgenproject.org/telecommute-internships/
Go to the website.
The Tennessee House of Representative District 18 campaign of Brandi Price, currently a solo-practitioner attorney, is seeking interns/volunteers. Duties and responsibilities are described below.
If you’re interested, send your resume to Ms. Brandi Price at email@example.com or Nan Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Internship.”
Internship Job Description: Intern will be working on upcoming Tennessee House of Representative District 18 campaign of Brandi Price. Brandi Price is an alum of LMU-DSOL. She is currently a solo-practitioner attorney practicing mostly in juvenile court and family law area.
Intern will be providing assistance in one of the following departments: 1) fundraising, 2) Communication and Research Intern 3) Strategy and 4) field operations.
Responsibilities will vary according to what department intern is placed in.
Communication and Research Intern Duties: As an intern with the event planning staff, your duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Contact potential event hosts ? Research neighborhood events. Organize and update event calendar ? Provide support during events. Conduct site visits. ?
Collaborating with Strategy Team Intern(s) on research.
Strategy Team Intern Duties: As an intern with the constituency staff, your duties may include, but is not limited to, the following: Research varying organizations within each constituency group and creating a list of these groups with key contact names and phone numbers. Attend meetings with constituency group leaders and taking notes at meetings for group leaders. Call out to individuals within different constituency groups about upcoming events that may interest a particular group where Brandi Price will be in attendance. Attend events organized by outreach team and constituency group leaders. Make phone calls a day before an event to verify all information.
Fundraising Team Intern Duties: As an intern with the fundraising staff, your duties may include, but is not limited to, the following: Detail oriented and ability to compile information from multiple sources into one source. Understanding of and ability to apply local, state and federal requirements for political activity disclosure and reporting.(Regulations applying to Campaign Funds will be provided). Ability to make phone calls for various fundraising activities on behalf of campaign.
Field Operations Team Intern Duties: As an intern with the field operations staff, your duties may include, but is not limited to, the following: Serve as a critical and valued member of the Field Operations team. Attend weekly Outreach Team meeting to help plan & strategize weekly and weekend events on behalf of Brandi Price’s campaign. Work in the field office and support with essential campaign efforts such as phone banking, door-to-door canvassing and volunteer recruitment. Support Neighborhood Coordinators with organizing campaign events and various activities around the city of Knoxville to promote Brandi Price’s campaign. Work in conjunction with the advance team when necessary to staff campaign events & neighborhood parties. Attend neighborhood association meetings etc. on behalf of campaign as needed. Assist field street team with distribution of campaign materials and message as needed at various events and programs Additional Knowledge & Skills: College student and/or college graduate interested in politics or gaining campaign experience; previous campaign experience preferred but not required. Working knowledge of Microsoft Word & Excel , spreadsheets, and PowerPoint. Organized and quick learner. Integrity within a professional environment Excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to multitask independently and demonstrate sound judgment. Strong attention to detail and timing as well as excellence in execution. Proven organizational, research and analytical skills. Ability to work and contribute in a highly collaborative, team environment. Understanding of political and legislative processes. Proven success in a small department with wide-ranging responsibilities. Ability to reflect and demonstrate integrity, customer-centered, accountability, respect and excellence.
Education Requirements: High School graduate and currently enrolled in undergraduate or graduate college program. Must have a strong interest in politics with relevant coursework or equivalent work experience.
Contact: All interested applicants please forward your resume to Ms. Brandi Price at email@example.com or Nan Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line “ Internship.”
If you are interested in a specific internship please specify which internship you are applying for.
The Tennessee Republican Party announced new internship opportunities for students and recent graduates interested in gaining political and campaign experience in 2016–a presidential election year! Individuals who are accepted into the program can look forward to seeing how campaign organizations operate, how political strategy is crafted, and what it takes to elect Republican candidates statewide in Tennessee. Prospective candidates can submit their contact information and availability here: goo.gl/ofRkmr Most interns will work towards college credit, given this opportunity is unpaid, but that is not necessarily a requirement to be considered for the program. For more information, or if you have a question, contact Walker Ferrell at (615)269-4260 or email@example.com.
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