Information for Internships

Internships are an incredibly valuable experience and provide a tremendous opportunity for professional growth and development. New York City offers endless opportunities across diverse fields. Meet with a career counselor, and begin your internship search today!

Why Should I Get An Internship?

  • Develop your skills and gain hands-on experience
  • Learn about your interests, values, and goals
  • Enhance your resume
  • Build a professional network

How Can I Find An Internship?

  • Meet with a career counselor
  • Explore Handshake
  • Attend Career Fairs, info sessions, and networking events
  • Network with friends, family, classmates, and professors. Exciting connections can be formed when you least expect them!

Can I Receive Academic Credit?

Refer to your academic class year dean to:

  • Enroll in an Internship Seminar
  • Complete a one-on-one Internship Tutorial

Basic requirements to enroll in a seminar or tutorial:

  • Minimum 60 completed academic credits
  • Minimum 3.0 GPA

For more information about the Internship Tutorial contact: Cheretta Robson [email protected]  (RH) Kevin Moncayo [email protected]  (LC)

Free Ram Van Passes For Unpaid Internships

Career Services provides FREE Ram Van passes for unpaid, for-credit internships.

Submit a letter from your internship supervisor that:

  • Includes company letterhead
  • Verifies the internship is unpaid and for credit
  • Outlines the daily and hourly requirement

Ram Van passes are available for student from FCRH, FCLC, GSB- Undergrad, PCS (Undergrad & Grad), GSE and GSAS.  

Unpaid Internships

Our office expects employers to abide by the standards of the "Internship Programs Under the Fair Labor Standards Act". Please make yourself aware of these standards and regulations.

Fraudulent Job Postings

We screen all job postings from employers before they are approved; however, if you receive an email that meets the following criteria it may not be a real job offer. Do not click on any links in that email and do not provide any personal information.

Beware of the email if it:

  • offers you a job without ever interacting with you
  • offers to pays a large amount for almost no work or sends you a check before you do any work
  • wants you to transfer money from one account to another or send payment by wire service/courier
  • asks you to give your credit card or bank account numbers or copies of personal documents
  • uses a personal email account, such as Gmail, Hotmail, etc.

If you have any questions or concerns about your internship search or your experience at a current internship, please call our office at 718-817-4350 (RH) or 212-636-6280 (LC). You can also make an appointment with a Career Counselor through your Handshake account.

Current Internship Opportunities

Arts Education and Community Engagement Intern - ART WORKS PROJECTS

Arts Education and Community Engagement Intern - ART WORKS PROJECTS

Thank you for your interest in our Summer 2024 College Internship Program, Arts InternSubmit your application using this link -→ Summer 2024 College Internship Program_____________________________________________________________________________________ARTS WORKS Projects — Studio Institute

Government Affairs Internships – Academic Year

Government Affairs Internships – Academic Year

Government Affairs Internships – Academic Year10 Universal City Plaza, North Hollywood, CA 91602, USA Company DescriptionIf you think all the fun only happens in summer, think again! NBCUniversal has expanded our Academic Year Internship Program. As an Academic Year intern, you’ll get immersed in exciting work, experience our unique NBCU culture, and feel the real support and guidance for 2 whole semesters. The NBCUniversal Internship Program allows students to unlock their potential by contributing to big projects in meaningful ways that matter. To thrive as an NBCU intern, you are ready to bring your passion for media, entertainment, and technology along with your desire to learn each day. In addition to our internships being paid, we will also offer the following for our Academic Year interns: Paid time off for mental health, school exams, and personal holidays. Robust networking, learning and development opportunities. Complimentary Peacock subscription during your internship. Free admission to Universal Parks to use during your internship. Access to mental health resources including counseling sessions. At our Universal City office interns will have access to the NBCUCommutes program, which offers free Metro fares and discounted Metrolink/Vanpool/Lyft trips.  Academic Year Recruitment Timeline:April 8 – April 26: Applications Open (may close early due to applicant volume)  Mid April – Late May: First round video interviews   Early – Mid June: Second round interviews  Late June – Early July: Selected candidates receive offers   Job DescriptionAcademic Year Internship Program: Applications Close: April 26th at 11:59pm ET. Pro Tip: Submit your application as soon as possible – applications could close earlier due to applicant volume!  Program Dates: September 16, 2024 – April 18, 2025 Time Commitment: 16-24 hours per week. Exact schedule to be determined based on business need.  We will do our best to accommodate course schedules. Format: Opportunities listed will require an intern to work from Universal City, CA.  To Apply: Submit a one-page resume that outlines your work experience, accomplishments, and your graduation month and year. Submit a cover letter that highlights your passion for NBCUniversal, the locations (listed below) you are open to for internships, and your top areas of interest (opportunities listed below). Upload a transcript (unofficial transcripts are fine) that confirms your status as an actively enrolled student in a degree-granting program. NBCUniversal's Corporate groups are uniquely positioned at the core of our organization.  Employees within these groups use their area of expertise to support all businesses across the company, keeping the heart of each brand at the forefront. There are also business-specific opportunities available, which may be included in the description below.    Areas of placement may include, but are not limited to: Government Affairs, West Coast:The State & Local Government Affairs Team develops and executes advocacy plans which advance NBCUniversal’s business priorities and protect operations at the state and local level. The team advocates directly with state and local elected officials on NBCUniversal’s behalf, as well as manages relationships with trade associations, film commissions and other third-party associations to build support for our overall policy agenda. We cover all policy matters at the state and local level with a focus on expanding economic development opportunities and preserving production-friendly policies. The State & Local Government Affairs Intern will report to the Vice President of Government Affairs. The Intern will support the bi-coastal team with end-of session reports, preparing for legislative meetings, and working on special projects. QualificationsBasic Requirements: Must be actively enrolled in a degree-granting program at an accredited institution during the entire duration of the program (September 2024 through April 2025). December 2024 graduates are not eligible for our 2024-2025 Academic Year Program. Current class standing of sophomore or above (30 credits). Must be authorized to work in the United States throughout the entire duration of the internship (September 2024 to April 2025). Visa sponsorship is not available for this position. Must be available to work 16-24 hours per week from September 16, 2024 to April 18, 2025. Must be willing to work in Universal City, CA. Desired Characteristics: Students with class standing of junior or above preferred. Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above. Previous internship or work experience within government, politics, campaign management.   Professional presence, including over the phone, in writing, and in person, with the ability to interact with senior executives.An educational background in any of the following areas: Political Science, Government, English, History, Communications, or other related majors.    Strong interest in the media industry.   Ability to multitask and highly organized. Proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook).    The hourly rate for undergraduate student interns is $17.00 The hourly rate for graduate student interns is $25.00   INFORMATION FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ATTENDING U.S. UNIVERSITIES: To participate in NBCUniversal’s 2024-2025 Academic Year internship program, you must confirm at the time of interview that you will be able to provide US work authorization documentation for the entire duration of the internship. Since the NBCU Academic Year Internship Program spans the traditional “Fall” and “Spring” semesters, you should talk to the DSO at your school’s International Students Services Office about your need to apply for CPT work authorization twice to ensure you are authorized to work both semesters and throughout the entirety of the program. Please also note that future visa sponsorship at NBCUniversal is rarely available for post-grad employment opportunities. NBCUniversal is an E-Verify company, requiring all employees to have an active Social Security number. Any candidate receiving an internship offer must complete Form I-9 with their Social Security number within 3 days of hire.  Additional informationNBCUniversal's policy is to provide equal employment opportunities to all applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, gender identity or expression, age, national origin or ancestry, citizenship, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, veteran status, membership in the uniformed services, genetic information, or any other basis protected by applicable law. NBCUniversal will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with relevant legal requirements, including the City of Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative For Hiring Ordinance, where applicable.If you are a qualified individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, you have the right to request a reasonable accommodation if you are unable or limited in your ability to use or access nbcunicareers.com as a result of your disability. You can request reasonable accommodations in the US by calling 1-818-777-4107 and in the UK by calling +44 2036185726.

Government Affairs Internships – Academic Year

Government Affairs Internships – Academic Year

Government Affairs Internships – Academic Year30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10112, USA Company DescriptionIf you think all the fun only happens in summer, think again! NBCUniversal has expanded our Academic Year Internship Program. As an Academic Year intern, you’ll get immersed in exciting work, experience our unique NBCU culture, and feel the real support and guidance for 2 whole semesters. The NBCUniversal Internship Program allows students to unlock their potential by contributing to big projects in meaningful ways that matter. To thrive as an NBCU intern, you are ready to bring your passion for media, entertainment, and technology along with your desire to learn each day. In addition to our internships being paid, we will also offer the following for our Academic Year interns: Paid time off for mental health, school exams, and personal holidays. Robust networking, learning and development opportunities. Complimentary Peacock subscription during your internship. Free admission to Universal Parks to use during your internship. Access to mental health resources including counseling sessions.  Academic Year Recruitment Timeline:April 8 – April 26: Applications Open (may close early due to applicant volume)  Mid April – Late May: First round video interviews   Early – Mid June: Second round interviews  Late June – Early July: Selected candidates receive offers   Job DescriptionAcademic Year Internship Program: Applications Close: April 26th at 11:59pm ET. Pro Tip: Submit your application as soon as possible – applications could close earlier due to applicant volume!  Program Dates: September 16, 2024 – April 18, 2025 Time Commitment: 16-24 hours per week. Exact schedule to be determined based on business need.  We will do our best to accommodate course schedules. Format: Opportunities listed will require an intern to work from New York, NY.  To Apply: Submit a one-page resume that outlines your work experience, accomplishments, and your graduation month and year. Submit a cover letter that highlights your passion for NBCUniversal, the locations (listed below) you are open to for internships, and your top areas of interest (opportunities listed below). Upload a transcript (unofficial transcripts are fine) that confirms your status as an actively enrolled student in a degree-granting program. NBCUniversal's Corporate groups are uniquely positioned at the core of our organization.  Employees within these groups use their area of expertise to support all businesses across the company, keeping the heart of each brand at the forefront. There are also business-specific opportunities available, which may be included in the description below.    Areas of placement may include, but are not limited to: Government Affairs – East Coast: The State & Local Government Affairs Team develops and executes advocacy plans which advance NBCUniversal’s business priorities and protect operations at the state and local level. The team advocates directly with state and local elected officials on NBCUniversal’s behalf, as well as manages relationships with trade associations, film commissions and other third-party associations to build support for our overall policy agenda. We cover all policy matters at the state and local level with a focus on expanding economic development opportunities and preserving production-friendly policies. The State & Local Government Affairs Intern will support the bi-coastal team with end-of session reports and strategy-planning for upcoming legislative sessions. The Intern will likely assist with in-person events at 30 Rock with Diplomats and other Elected Officials.    QualificationsBasic Requirements: Must be actively enrolled in a degree-granting program at an accredited institution during the entire duration of the program (September 2024 through April 2025). December 2024 graduates are not eligible for our 2024-2025 Academic Year Program. Current class standing of sophomore or above (30 credits). Must be authorized to work in the United States throughout the entire duration of the internship (September 2024 to April 2025). Visa sponsorship is not available for this position. Must be available to work 16-24 hours per week from September 16, 2024 to April 18, 2025. Must be willing to work in New York, NY. Desired Characteristics: Students with class standing of junior or above preferred. Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above. Previous internship or work experience within government, politics, campaign management.   Professional presence, including over the phone, in writing, and in person, with the ability to interact with senior executives, diplomats, and government officials.   An educational background in any of the following areas: Political Science, Government, English, History, Communications, or other related majors.   Strong interest in the media industry.   Ability to multitask and highly organized.     Proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook).     The hourly rate for undergraduate student interns is $17.00 The hourly rate for graduate student interns is $25.00   INFORMATION FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ATTENDING U.S. UNIVERSITIES: To participate in NBCUniversal’s 2024-2025 Academic Year internship program, you must confirm at the time of interview that you will be able to provide US work authorization documentation for the entire duration of the internship. Since the NBCU Academic Year Internship Program spans the traditional “Fall” and “Spring” semesters, you should talk to the DSO at your school’s International Students Services Office about your need to apply for CPT work authorization twice to ensure you are authorized to work both semesters and throughout the entirety of the program. Please also note that future visa sponsorship at NBCUniversal is rarely available for post-grad employment opportunities. NBCUniversal is an E-Verify company, requiring all employees to have an active Social Security number. Any candidate receiving an internship offer must complete Form I-9 with their Social Security number within 3 days of hire.  Additional informationNBCUniversal's policy is to provide equal employment opportunities to all applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, gender identity or expression, age, national origin or ancestry, citizenship, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, veteran status, membership in the uniformed services, genetic information, or any other basis protected by applicable law. NBCUniversal will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with relevant legal requirements, including the City of Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative For Hiring Ordinance, where applicable.If you are a qualified individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, you have the right to request a reasonable accommodation if you are unable or limited in your ability to use or access nbcunicareers.com as a result of your disability. You can request reasonable accommodations in the US by calling 1-818-777-4107 and in the UK by calling +44 2036185726.

Regional Land Adjustment Team Resource Assistant

Regional Land Adjustment Team Resource Assistant

Project Title: Regional Land Adjustment Team (RLAT) Resource Assistant (RA)Project Type: In-person/HybridDuration: 32 weeks (8 months) starting June 2024Location: USDA Pacific Southwest Regional Office, Vallejo CA; RA will work primarily from the Sacramento Office.Housing: Must be secured by the intern/fellow. A housing stipend of up to $1,000 per month will be provided.    Project Background: The Lands and Realty Management program secures and protects the American public’s rights, title, value, and interests in its national forests and grasslands and authorizes a variety of uses on those lands to meet the needs of present and future generations.Through direct land management practices, the Lands and Realty Management program enables the agency to better manage Federal lands within or adjacent to National Forest System (NFS) boundaries and deliver the necessary products and services that are essential for enhancing natural resource stewardship and providing for the public’s enjoyment, future use, and access to NFS lands.In a developmental capacity, the RA will accompany the realty specialists in contacts with landowners, assembling routine real estate transactions, and completing such transactions in accordance with guidelines and procedures. The RA will accompany and assist the realty specialist on field visits. The RA will inspect the property involved, research court and other legal records, extract and prepare real estate ownership data, and review realty instruments to ensure that all requirements are met.Work Environment: Fieldwork and administrative work in an office is required. The RA will be required to travel and work in the backcountry and other remote locations on the forests, independently, and in teams. Driving on and navigating forest roads and hiking will be required. The RA will be required to work in high and low temperatures (sun exposure) and in high elevation conditions.Location Description: The Pacific Southwest Region of the US Forest Service manages 20 million acres of National Forest land in California and assists the State and Private forest landowners in California, Hawaii and the U.S. Affiliated Pacific Islands. Eighteen national forests are located in this region, in the North Coast, Cascade, and Sierra Nevada ranges and from Big Sur to the Mexican border in the south Coast range.Project Duties:Assist in managing a wide variety of projects and plans covering an assortment of lands and realty management projects.Evaluate issues that impact projects, planning, casework, compliance, and environmental analysis, which relate to lands and realty programs.Work with the RLAT members to communicate and negotiate with representatives of Federal, state, and local governmental agencies in addition to applicants, non-governmental organizations, stakeholders, and the general public.Participate in budget and workload planning processes for the RLAT.Prepare documents on all types and complexities of realty casework.Help identify long-range RLAT needs and analyze alternative strategies for meeting those needs.This is a field going position, which may require hiking on uneven terrain and exposure to various environmental conditions.Resource Assistants (RAs) will work and communicate with a Hispanic Access Program Associate during their fellowship. Fellows will be expected to participate in scheduled conference calls, webinars, and meetings conducted throughout their term. Fellows will capture photos and/or videos for reporting purposes and submit 3-5 blog posts highlighting their experience and development. (5%)Desired Qualifications:The RA should be a self-starter with experience working within a team and the ability to communicate orally and in writing across program areas and to all levels of the agency. The RA will work to support projects and team efforts to meet the mission of Forest Service and the RLAT program.The RA must be service-oriented and comfortable working in a virtual and collaborative environment.The RA must have the ability and desire to learn and understand realty policies, laws, regulations, concepts, and practices.General knowledge of environmental policies, laws, and regulations.Ability to operate and/or learn various computer programs such as Excel, Word, Outlook, Teams, and databases such as SharePoint and Pinyon.Time and problem-solving skills to manage resources and processes.Minimum Qualifications:US citizenship or permanent residency. Interns must undergo a government background check if selected.Must be 17 years of age or olderMust have a driver’s licenseBachelor's degree in Biological Sciences, Ecology, Forest Resources/Forestry, Geography/GIS, Natural Resource Management, or Real Estate.Stipend + Benefits:A biweekly stipend of $1,500 based on a 40-hour workweekMonthly housing stipend up to $1,000 per monthMonthly commuting stipend up to $50Health insurance coverage56 hours of PTO and paid Federal HolidaysTravel expenses paid to participate in orientationFunds available to support professional development opportunities that align with role and goals (training, conference, etc.)Direct Hire Authority Eligibility – after completing 960 hours, DHA status provides special non-competitive hiring status when applying for certain federal positions.Application:Hispanic Access Foundation (Hispanic Access) is managing the recruitment for these positions. All applications should be submitted through Hispanic Access' MANO Project application page. A resume and two references will be required for submission. Your application or resume should include professional and educational experience, along with any awards, technical skills or volunteer activities. Application questions or issues may be directed to Carina Chavez at [email protected] for this position are due on Sunday, April 28, 2024 11:59 pm. Interviews are scheduled to take place between May 7 and May 9, 2024.Reasonable Accommodation Policy Statement:Federal agencies must provide reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities where appropriate. Applicants requiring reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and/or hiring process should contact Hispanic Access Foundation directly. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis.US Forest Service Mission:To sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of the Nation’s forests and grasslands to meet the needs of present and future generations.Hispanic Access Foundation Mission:Hispanic Access Foundation (Hispanic Access) is a 501(c)(3) national nonprofit organization that connects Latinos and People of Color to partners and opportunities improving lives and creating an equitable society. Hispanic Access’s vision is that all Hispanics throughout the U.S. enjoy good physical health, a healthy natural environment, a quality education, economic success and civic engagement in their communities with the sum improving the future of America.

CLIMATE PROGRAMS INTERN

CLIMATE PROGRAMS INTERN

KEY RESPONSIBILITIESThe Trust for Governors Island is seeking a Climate Programs Intern to support the Living Lab, part of the Center for Climate Solutions on Governors Island. The Living Lab offers a platform for partnerships and programs that advance climate action in New York City by making Governors Island available as a site to test and demonstrate urban climate solutions for cities and their diverse communities; offering field trips that inspire NYC students with hopeful solutions to the global climate crisis; and providing an inclusive convening space to engage in meaningful dialogue about climate change.The Intern will support the Director of Climate Programs in implementing two key initiatives:Climate Solutions Piloting Program and Public Engagement: In the past year, the Trust has welcomed nearly a dozen early-stage companies and nonprofits to pilot innovative and equitable climate solutions on Governors Island, including through its new annual Climate Solutions Challenge. These include the six winners of the 2023 Water Abundance Challenge that will be installing their projects this summer and fall, as well as other climate tech pilots focused on air quality, ecologically responsible carbon removal, and off-grid solar power. This summer, the Trust will produce a family-friendly “Demo Day” in mid-July and conduct outreach for the 2024 Climate Solutions Challenge. The Graduate Intern will support both efforts, with a particular focus on identifying and synthesizing best practices and metrics for equitable public engagement in climate tech.Sustainability Planning: The Trust for Governors Island is establishing the island’s first-ever Climate Action Framework to guide the Island’s development as a public, physical example of a sustainable and adaptive urban environment – a beacon in New York Harbor inspiring cities around the world. With support from the Director of Climate Programs, the Graduate Intern will implement one of the plan’s first action items: developing a baseline sustainability and greenhouse gas inventory, establishing a critical benchmark to measure and prioritize future climate action.Responsibilities will include: Climate Solutions Piloting Program and Public EngagementResearch and synthesize best practices for equitable public engagement for early-stage climate tech pilots to inform a future piloting playbook.Support planning and production of public events, including Demo Days and site tours with key stakeholders, including investors, customers, City agencies, students, founders, and nonprofit leaders.Support marketing and promotion of active piloting projects, including coordinating with the Public Affairs team on pilot data communication, physical signage, case studies, and other storytelling platforms.Other research, operations, planning, and support tasks as needed.Sustainability PlanningIdentify major emissions sources and climate impacts on island, as guided by the Trust’s Climate Action Framework, and assemble available data and indicators to track over time, including and not limited to electricity and gas demand, renewable energy use, potable water use, diversion rate to landfill, plant and wildlife audits, etc.Research and synthesize best practices for ongoing benchmarking.Deliver dataset and key findings to senior staff.QUALIFICATIONSEducation:Bachelor’s degree is required. Partial completion of a master’s degreein business, environmental science, public policy, architecture, engineering, urban planning, or related field preferred.Experience:Minimum 2 years of experience in urban planning, sustainable development, economic development, business development, public administration, or related field is preferred.Experience in managing GHG inventories and/or real estate projects in the built environment preferred.Skills and Abilities:Success in leading inter-departmental teams on collaborative, place-based projectsStrong attention to detail in managing a project portfolioCreative, optimistic problem-solver who anticipates challenges and is successful in navigating uncertaintyKeen to work with diverse stakeholders across the innovation and policy ecosystem, including in business and government as well as community-based and nonprofit organizationsEffective communicator in oral, written, analytical, and visual formatsEntrepreneurialand results-orientedValid driver’s licenseSalary Range: $20 to $25 per hourLocation and Schedule:  All positions are located on Governors Island.  The position is in-person four days a week and remote one day a week.TO APPLYPlease send a cover letter and resume as a singlePDF document to [email protected] with “Climate Programs Intern” in the subject line. No phone calls please.The Trust for Governors Island does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability, genetic information, marital status, membership in an employee organization, military service, national origin, parental status, political affiliation, race, religion, sex (including gender   identity), sexual orientation, sexual and other reproductive health decisions, or other non-merit factor.ABOUT THE TRUST FOR GOVERNORS ISLANDThe Trust for Governors Island (The Trust) is a nonprofit corporation created by the City of New York. It is responsible for the redevelopment and operation of 150 acres of Governors Island. The Trust's mission is to realize the full potential of Governors Island, demonstrating a bold vision for public space. For more information, visit www.govisland.org

Internal Audit Intern

Internal Audit Intern

Position Background: This position will assist the Internal Audit department in carrying out audit related procedures and testing  as well as various administrative tasks/responsibilities associated with the execution of internal audits. Roles and Responsibilities:Assist auditors in the execution of test procedures across various audits.Coordinate with auditors to investigate control exceptions through discussions with business process owners.Document the results of work performed in audit workpapers.Assist in the preparation of weekly and monthly management reporting.Assist in the preparation of ad-hoc special projects and presentations at the direction of Internal Audit staff and management. Qualifications:Pursuing Accounting and/or Finance Degree at an accredited UniversityFull time during Summer becoming part time during the school year Averages a 3.5 GPA or higher through tenureJunior or Senior students preferredMust be technologically savvy; proficient in Microsoft Office applications (primarily Word, Excel, Access & Visio)Programming skills are a plusAbility to communicate effectively, both written and verballyLocated in New York City office. Business Unit Information:Internal Audit is an independent, objective assurance and consulting function designed to add value and improve the operations of Guggenheim. It helps the Firm accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control, and governance processes. 

Executive Search & Recruiting Intern

Executive Search & Recruiting Intern

Jamesbeck Global Partners is a leading retained executive search firm serving both the traditional and alternative global investment management communities. Jamesbeck’s recruiters leverage their network of contacts across the entire buy-side to provide clients and candidates with superior results through their in-depth knowledge of the global industry and commitment to developing long-term relationships in the field.We are looking for an intern to join us for Summer 2024. Ideally, this individual will work out of our headquarters in NYC (Midtown East) on a hybrid schedule. Role and ResponsibilitiesProvide research support to recruiters for all business development activities, including preparing company and market intelligence, collecting information on compensation and hiring trends, providing relevant market commentary and assembling potential target lists for new business meetings.Produce research for all on-going assignments including helping with search strategy, defining the target candidate universe, researching biographical and performance information on target companies and individuals, identifying potential new candidates, and entering all data collected into the firm’s proprietary database.Maintain internal documents pursuant to the research function.Manage firm’s subscriptions to relevant databases and periodicals.Update and maintain the firm’s proprietary database, making sure data is as complete, accurate and useful as possible.Keep recruiters updated on industry news and market intelligence by coordinating data entry from all information sources, capturing the most relevant data and establishing processes to disseminate the information throughout the firm, including investigating new ways to make the firm’s database more effective.Provide market intelligence updates at weekly staff meetings.Ad hoc research, as needed, for special projects. Experience, Skills, and Personal QualitiesKnowledge of and interest in the investment management industry.Strong research knowledge, including both published and on-line databases.Highly organized, resourceful, and available.Strong writing and communication skills with attention to detail in all written materials and emails.Comfortable with cold calling and developing long term relationships with prospective candidates.Results driven, meets deadlines and minimizes last-minute crunches for projects.Ability to prioritize and multi-task.Creative problem solver and strategic thinker.Quality focused.Self-motivated and a team player.Experience with Microsoft Office suite, including strong Word, Excel and PowerPoint skills.

Paid Administrative Assistant Intern

Paid Administrative Assistant Intern

Job Title: Paid Administrative Assistant InternCompany: HIS AcademyLocation: Silver Spring, MDDuration: 1 yearAbout Us:HIS Academy is a vibrant and faith-based educational institution committed to providing a holistic Christian education to students. Our mission is to nurture the spiritual, intellectual, emotional, and physical development of each child, fostering a lifelong love of learning and a deep relationship with Christ. We are seeking a motivated and detail-oriented Administrative Assistant Intern to join our team and gain hands-on experience in a fast-paced and exciting work environment.Position Overview:As an Administrative Assistant Intern at HIS Academy, you will have the opportunity to support our team in various administrative tasks and gain valuable skills that will enhance your professional development. You will work closely with our team to ensure the smooth day-to-day operations of our office.Key Responsibilities:Provide general administrative support, including filing, data entry, and document management.Assist in managing phone calls, emails, and correspondence.Schedule and coordinate meetings and appointments.Prepare and organize materials for meetings and presentations.Assist in maintaining office supplies and inventory.Perform research and gather information as needed.Support other team members with ad-hoc tasks and projects.Qualifications:Graduate, recent graduate or currently enrolled in a relevant degree program (e.g., Business Administration, Office Management, etc.) Strong attention to detail and organizational skills.Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).Ability to work independently and as part of a team.Positive attitude and eagerness to learn.What You'll Gain:Hands-on experience in a professional office environment.Exposure to various administrative tasks and responsibilities.The opportunity to work closely with a dedicated and supportive team.Valuable networking opportunities.Potential for future career growth within the company. Job Types: Full-timeSchedule:Day shiftMonday to FridayExperience:Customer service: 1 year (Preferred)Ability to Commute:Silver Spring, MD 20905 (Required)Work Location: In person

Massachusetts Conservation Corps

Massachusetts Conservation Corps

Program Dates: 7/1/24 – 11/22/24 About us: Are you seeking the chance to learn hand-on conservation skills and give back to the outdoors? The SCA Massachusetts Conservation Corps is a 21-week AmeriCorps program focused on leadership development, completing critical conservation service projects, and building a sense of community. If you’ve ever wanted to learn the hard and soft skills of being a conservation leader, come join this community of like-minded, service oriented individuals and help us tackle some of Massachusetts most pressing conservation issues.The SCA Massachusetts Conservation Corps is a partnership between SCA, the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR), AmeriCorps, and The Massachusetts Service Alliance.Program Description: The Massachusetts Conservation Corps is a 5-month program that runs July 1st through November 22nd, 2024. The program is based out of Hawley, MA, with project sites located throughout Massachusetts. Training and projects aim to address conservation needs on Public Lands in Massachusetts. This position is primarily hands-on and projects can be physically demanding. Before applying, applicants are encouraged to reflect on the concept of Service. This is an AmeriCorps position - not a typical job - and requires a commitment to not only serving in public lands but also committing to the experience of intentional community. Members of the Massachusetts Conservation Corps should expect to meet regularly, reflect on their service, and contribute to the community-building process.Program Time breakdown:Orientation: 5%Wilderness First Aid: 5%Conservation Work Skills: 5%Chainsaw: 5%Conservation Service: 75%Other Service/Training: 5%Training Season: The entire corps will begin the program with 4 weeks of training together. Training will include Orientation, Wilderness First Aid (16-hour course), Conservation Trail Skills, Specialty Skills (chainsaw), Leadership development, Non-Violent Communication and Leave No Trace best practices. Field Season:  Hitches will typically be 10 days in length but could vary depending on the location and project needs.  During hitches, crews will be based out of front country tent camps in close proximity to the project site. Crews will complete a variety of projects throughout the state, ranging from the Berkshires to the Cape.  Projects may include, but not limited to: new trail construction, native or dimensional bridges, rock steps/walls, invasive species management, resource monitoring, sign installation and preservation of historical structures. Field-life is often rugged, and while on hitch, members should expect to live with limited access to electricity, cell phone reception and sometimes showers.  Additionally, while on hitch, this program is alcohol and substance free. Member Benefits: $1200 bi-weekly living allowance, before taxes$3,697.50 Segal Education Award at the end of completed service termSNAP eligibility up to $250 per month plus various discounts available to EBT card holdersChildcare assistance availableProfessional Certifications including Wilderness First Aid, Adult & Child CPRConservation training in carpentry, rock work, trailside structure restoration, and more!The opportunity to serve in State Parks & Forest throughout MassachusettsNetworking opportunities with conservation professionals with state parks, forests, and nonprofits across Massachusetts.Training Opportunities:Wilderness First Aid & CPR CertificationSCA Conservation Work SkillsNonviolent Communication TrainingChainsaw Safety Training Levels 1 & 2Leadership, resume building, and other professional development opportunities Member Qualifications: Essential Functions and Position Requirements:Ability to commute to/from Kenneth Dubuque State Forest for trainings and start/end of trail projectsInterest and investment in leadership development and teamworkInterest in conservation skills that increase access to public spacesWilling to complete some project paperwork including project reports, output logs, and tool inventoryWillingness to lead a crew on a 10 day trail project, coordinating all project logistics and partner communication.Must be willing to learn how to use hand tools and power tools to complete projectsAbility to lift 50 lbs. & walk/hike 2 miles on rugged terrainMust be able to serve in diverse situations and various outdoor environments Willingness to camp outdoors for 9 consecutive nights for all projectsWillingness to take part in community chores (i.e. cooking for crew in the field)All participants must commit to following all program and state mandated Covid-19 safety guidelines. This may include, but is not limited to, wearing a mask for all service and group activities, taking extra time to sanitize tools and equipment, and notifying supervisors when a member is not feeling wellCommitment to living and working within an intensive crew environmentCommitment to service in working conditions that will include: extreme heat, extreme cold, high winds, and precipitationMarginal Functions and optional service activities:Virtual service as make-up hours (i.e. creating land acknowledgements or project site research)Trail clean up and volunteer daysPotential candidates must be able to fulfill the above requirements in order to be considered for this position. In addition, it is recommended that applicants have a strong interest in service, conservation, and community building. No previous conservation experience is required to be considered! Local Western Massachusetts residents are encouraged to apply. Current residency in Western Massachusetts is not required and national applicants are encouraged to research the cost of living in the local area before making the decision to join the Corps. Staff and Program Partners will make every effort to create an inclusive and equitable program experience for all corps members; this includes support in finding resources for housing, food assistance, and commuting resources when available. Upon request, reasonable accommodations will be provided to applicants during the selection process and to members during service. Email Program Coordinator [email protected] if you need to make an accommodation request for the application process or interviews.SCA strives to cultivate a work environment that encourages fairness, teamwork, and respect among all staff members. The organization and this program are firmly committed to maintaining a service atmosphere in which people of diverse backgrounds and lifestyles may grow personally and professionally.Please reach out to Bryce at [email protected] if you have any questions about the position or application process!Additional Information:Must be eligible to serve as an AmeriCorps Member. This includes:  Being a citizen, permanent resident, or national of the United States; Being at least 18 years or older; Having a high school diploma or equivalent; Being willing to undergo National Service Criminal History Check, including criminal background, sex offender and FBI checks

Public Programs Intern - BROOKLYN CHILDREN’S MUSEUM

Public Programs Intern - BROOKLYN CHILDREN’S MUSEUM

TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY: (PLEASE READ BELOW)Submit your application using this link -→ Summer 2024 College Internship Program 

STEM Educator Intern - BROOKLYN CHILDREN’S MUSEUM

STEM Educator Intern - BROOKLYN CHILDREN’S MUSEUM

TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY: (PLEASE READ BELOW)Submit your application using this link -→ Summer 2024 College Internship Program 

Gallery Intern - A.I.R. GALLERY

Gallery Intern - A.I.R. GALLERY

TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY: (PLEASE READ BELOW)Submit your application using this link -→ Summer 2024 College Internship Program 

Education Intern - THE NOGUCHI MUSEUM

Education Intern - THE NOGUCHI MUSEUM

TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY: (PLEASE READ BELOW)Submit your application using this link -→ Summer 2024 College Internship Program 

Internship - Forestry

Internship - Forestry

Internship - Forestry #PO-00800077-MEMPrather, California ApplyJob Description Position Summary The Sierra National Forest is looking for a motivated student attending and studying forestry at Reedley College. The intern will be an SCA member who will assist the Sierra National Forest in various aspects of timber sale preparation, including timber sale marking and other silvicultural tasks. Schedule May 20, 2024 - September 15, 2024 Key Duties and Responsibilities Various duties related to timber sale preparation, including timber sale marking and other silvicultural tasks. Record keeping. Marginal Duties N/A Required Qualifications Applicants need to be studying forestry preferably at Reedley College or have a degree in Forestry. Preferred Qualifications  Hours 40 per week Living Accommodations USFS Housing Compensation  Living Allowance-$350/week Travel allowance-$1,100 travel allowance Americorps Education Award-$2,626 upon completion of no less than 675 hours Housing provided by USFSAll allowances are subject to applicable federal, state, and local taxes.  Personal Vehicle InformationRequired Additional Benefits  AmeriCorps: Eligible/Required Equal Opportunity Statement SCA strives to cultivate a work environment that encourages fairness, teamwork, and respect among all staff members. SCA is committed to maintaining a work atmosphere in which people of diverse backgrounds and lifestyles may grow personally and professionally. The Student Conservation Association, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.   Physical requirements and working conditions specific to the position are available in the full job description. 

Marketing and Social Media Intern - POSTER HOUSE

Marketing and Social Media Intern - POSTER HOUSE

TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY: (PLEASE READ BELOW)Submit your application using this link -→ Summer 2024 College Internship Program 

Program and Archives Intern - STATEN ISLAND MUSEUM

Program and Archives Intern - STATEN ISLAND MUSEUM

TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY: (PLEASE READ BELOW)Submit your application using this link -→ Summer 2024 College Internship Program 

Collections Intake Specialist Intern - BRONZEVILLE HISTORICAL SOCIETY

Collections Intake Specialist Intern - BRONZEVILLE HISTORICAL SOCIETY

Thank you for your interest in our Summer 2024 College Internship Program, Arts InternSubmit your application using this link -→ Summer 2024 College Internship Program_____________________________________________________________________________________Bronzeville Historical Society — Studio Institute

Social Media Intern - HAITIAN AMERICAN MUSEUM OF CHICAGO

Social Media Intern - HAITIAN AMERICAN MUSEUM OF CHICAGO

Thank you for your interest in our Summer 2024 College Internship Program, Arts InternSubmit your application using this link -→ Summer 2024 College Internship Program_____________________________________________________________________________________Haitian American Museum of Chicago — Studio Institute

Merchant Banking Boutique Intern Summer 2024

Merchant Banking Boutique Intern Summer 2024

THE COMPANY:S. H. Hirth & Associates, an international merchant banking and advisory boutique, co-invests with other families and High Net Worth Individuals in small to mid-size growth companies, domestically and internationally. S. H. Hirth & Associates is very active in the family office world and co-investment arenas. It is an intimate and personal world where trust, respect, integrity and honesty are paramount.Additional “all around” consulting services, such as strategy, financial, marketing and sales are provided to those firms. S. H. Hirth & Associates is not just a co-investor in the companies, it becomes an active partner in those companies and partners with the other co-investors.Learn more at our website: hirthny.com THE ROLE:              What You’ll Do:Market research/investment analysis for prospective dealsAssist deals team with deal flowGeneral client/business due diligenceEnsure company efficiency through administrative/operational tasks Requirements:Active student (sophomore standing minimum)Ability to work in office at Rockefeller CenterCan commit 10-15 hours per week Preferred:MS Office proficiencyBusiness major or a general interest in business/financeMultilingual (i.e. Dutch, German, Hebrew)Any international business exposure

Data Analytics Intern - Dallas, TX

Data Analytics Intern - Dallas, TX

Applicants must be authorized to work for ANY employer in the U.S. We are unable to sponsor or take over sponsorship of an employment Visa at this timeWhat makes DHL great? Our People! We know each employee’s individual contributions make us the #1 Delivery and Logistics Company in the world.Distinguished as No. 1 World’s Best Workplace™ by Great Place to Work and Fortune MagazineDHL is committed to maintaining an environment that empowers every team member to make the greatest possible impact on our business. Our culture is about personal commitment – to our business, to each other and to our global communities. DHL is dedicated to being a great place to work. In addition to competitive compensation packages, our employees enjoy a range of programs, services and benefits that bring the best to their personal lives.Start YOUR career with DHL today…Do you want to have a Red &Yellow Summer Experience? Do you want to join The Most International Company in the World?  We are currently hiring for a Data Analyst Intern to join our team in Dallas! How You'll Make an Impact: This intern will be focused on a project throughout the duration of the Summer:Assist in the development of dashboards and reports to visualize operational performance and trendsCollaborate with our operations team to analyze existing processes and identify areas for improvementCollect and analyze operational data to track Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and metricsAssist in developing dashboards and reports to visualize operational performance and trendsProvide ongoing support for business systems and processesQualifications - ExternalWe are looking for energetic and enthusiast teammates who meet the following criteria:Pursuing a Bachelor's DegreeRising Senior with a graduation date in 2024 or Spring 2025Strong communication skills (written and verbal)Strong attention to detail and organizational skillsProficiency in Microsoft ExcelKnowledge of business intelligence tools such as Power BI, TableauComfortable receiving and implementing feedbackSelf-StarterDHL is an equal opportunity employer.  We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other protected characteristic.  The EEO is the Law poster is available here: https://www.eeoc.gov/employers/eeo-law-poster We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodation.