Sunday, May 29, 2011

Administrative Coordinator (Grad Teacher Education) (Lewis & Clark College)

Posting Number: STA20110030
Job Title: Administrative Coordinator
Working Title: Administrative Coordinator
Position Control Number: TBD
Position Class: Staff
Department: Grad Teacher Education
Job Summary:

This position serves as the primary coordinator for the 13-month Preservice M.A.T. Program by providing organizational and administrative support to 2 faculty Program Directors, 6 faculty Cohort Leaders and 130-135 full-time students. This requires accurate tracking and support for all graduate student interns in practicum placements each year in both public and private school settings. The position also has duties and responsibilities that pertain to other programs within the Department of Teacher Education.

Lewis & Clark College will conduct background checks on the finalist(s).
Lewis & Clark College is an equal opportunity employer.
Minimum Qualifications:

• BA degree OR 4 years directly relevant work experience.
• 2 years of college coursework, not degree specific.
• Must be highly skilled with PC and Mac computers, Excel, database programs and internet design and management.
• Excellent interpersonal skills for communicating with the general public, students, faculty, school district and Department of Education personnel.
• Must be detail-oriented, and have excellent spelling, proofreading and editing skills.
• Strong verbal and written communication skills. Experience handling confidential information on a daily basis.
• Basic to intermediate bookkeeping skills and the ability to operate standard office equipment.
• The ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously with constant interruptions and the ability to accommodate change is critical.
Preferred Qualifications:

• Experience with web design.
• Experience in an academic environment.
• Knowledge of TSPC regulations and licensure requirements.
Anticipated Position Start Date: 06/13/2011
Posting Date: 05/26/2011
Closing Date:
Open Until Filled Yes

Months Worked Per Year: 12
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Pay Rate: $15.14 - $16.96
Essential Functions:

• Coordinate all aspects of the preservice program, providing complete support to faculty Program and Cohort Coordinators.
• Provide administrative organization, support and communication pertaining to practicum placements.
• Develop and provide appropriate documents and information to prospective mentors.
• Responsible for accessing and creating appropriate and accurate student information in the Colleague database. Ability to export quickly and accurately varied types of data from FileMaker into multiple formats as requested by faculty.
• Assist in providing accurate payment amounts to multiple school districts for mentors. This includes organization, communication, tracking, and creating Excel spreadsheets from Filemaker Pro.
• Facilitate and compose frequent correspondence via letters and email.
• Assist in editing and organizing two Intern/Mentor/Supervisor Handbooks yearly.
• Oversee preparation of materials and required TSPC forms that mentors and supervisors must complete. Ensure that handbooks and all other important materials are mailed and distributed.
• Oversee proper documentation and records in student, mentor and supervisor files and FileMaker Pro database.
• Assist in preparing cohort course schedules for each semester. This requires careful planning to coordinate with the interns' practicum at their school placement site.
• Work closely with the registrar to verify that all courses are posted accurately on the college website. Regularly monitor for correct information. Responsibility includes frequent problem-solving while holding the highest levels of accountability and confidentiality.
• Plan and coordinate 15-20 mentor/intern/supervisor meetings a year for up to 150 people. Assist in planning and organizing New Student Orientation yearly event. Oversee all event details.
• Routinely verify all mentors hold a current teaching license in the State of Oregon. Must be knowledgeable at all times of constantly changing TSPC regulations and requirements, critical to student compliance in the licensure program.
• Responsible for administrative support to all adjunct faculty, approximately 15 in fall and spring, 40 in summer.
• Create and maintain 13 active email listservs.

• Responsible for providing accurate and in-depth information on numerous programs within the department to in-person inquiries from students, faculty, staff, parents, alumni and the general public.
• Assist in training and supervising work-study students.
• Assist department with special projects.

To apply, please visit:

Music Interns needed (Toronto/GTA)

Hi Upcoming music blog needs motivated interns for marketing and publicity.

Students and music lovers welcome.

Email Resume:

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Food Security Organizer (Mile End, Montreal)

Food Security Organizer -- student summer position 2011

With funding support from the Federal Government Summer Jobs Program, the Mile End Community Mission is pleased to advertise a full-time (40 hours/week) position for 11 weeks between May and August, 2011, for students returning to full-time study in the fall. In following with Mission programming and policy, we would like the breakdown of the responsibilities and tasks of each of these positions to be:
10 hours/week: Work with staff on on-going programming, projects, events, office administration, fundraising, etc, depending on the needs of the organization, as identified by the Executive Director and the Volunteer and Events Coordinator.
30 hours/week: Work to increase access to healthy food for those accessing the services of the Mile End Mission. This will include: developing a neighbourhood program food distribution program from research to implementation stage under the supervision of Mile-End staff, organizing healthy lunches for children in neighbourhood summer programs, and working with other community organizations to increase access to local farmer's markets for those in poverty. Each of these work of an existing community resources in Montreal but require initiative, resourcefulness and organization of someone to adapt them to the needs of this particular community.

Skills and experience required
Must be a full time student between the ages of 15-30, returning to full-time school in fall, 2011
Comfortable in English and/or French (bilingualism preferred)
Experience working as part of a diverse team in a challenging, dynamic environment
Experience working in community development an asset
Experience with Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Word and Excel
Interest in issues of food security, social justice, community development, poverty
Willingness to adapt to the needs of the organization and its members
Organized, autonomous, self-motivated, flexible

40 hours per week; May -- August
Reports to the Executive Director and the Volunteer and Events Coordinator

We are very excited about the potential of these positions, and encourage interested students to visit our website (, or contact us directly to discuss possibilities.
Please email your CV or drop it off by Wednesday, May 25, 2011.
99 Bernard Ouest, corner St. Urbain

Health Professionals for Radio show every Monday from 16:00 to 17:00 (Montreal/Quebec, Canada)

Monday May 23rd "HEALTH PERSPECTIVES" Radio Shalom CJRS 1650 am "live" every Monday from 16:00 to 17:00.

TOPIC: Hoarding, dangerous hoarding,the effects on their family and children. Is it a disease of perception?

GUEST: Kathleen Murphy, Professional Organizer in downsizing the needs of seniors moving to a residence. In hoarding situations, she works in collaboration with health professionals, family and/or advocates on major home reorganization on a referral basis since 2004.

Her education includes a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and a Certificate in Technical Communication from Concordia University. She holds Certificates of Study from The Institute Challenging Disorganization, and is a Silver Leaf Member of Professional Organizers in Canada.

If you would like to be on our show email us.

Caylah McCoy-Rosen
Registered Nurse Canadian and American Board Certified


Marketing graphics designer (part-time) Canada

Driving Pays Inc has signed on a new not-for-profit client -- MADD Canada. As such, we are currently looking for a part-time marketing graphics designer to help create a new message for MADD Canada's upcoming outdoor media advertisement campaign. As this is a not-for-profit client and we are donating our services free of charge this job is not paid, however, it is a great opportunity for last-year students and recent graduates in marketing and graphics design to get experience in the field and have a chance to work on one of the most recognized brand names in Canada (it is also a great opportunity to invest your time in a good cause). Skill set should include in depth knowledge of the entire Adobe Suite set of programs as well as a natural inclination towards pushing the boundaries of marketing, media and design.
Please reply with your resume and portfolio (if available) directly to this posting with the subject line Marketing Graphics Designer- Job ID 2011-5.

About us:
Driving Pays is a guerrilla advertising program based out of Toronto, Canada. The aim of the program is to provide an innovative and ubiquitous method for companies to reach their target audiences in defined geographic areas. Driving Pays takes advantage of the currently empty space on hundreds of cars to advertise our clients' products and project our clients' messages. How are we able to do this? We employ hundreds of ordinary drivers willing to get paid in order to put advertisement stickers on the backs or the sides of their cars. Companies that stand to benefit from Driving Pays range from local businesses, to charity groups, to multi-nationals looking to run targeted promotional campaigns. For more information visit our website at

Anzie Jewelry Design Internship (Montreal) Canada

ANZIE jewelry is seeking an enthusiastic intern for the Montreal Head Office.

Required tasks will involve:

Graphic Design, photography, jewelry design
Creating product for Department stores and Fine Jewelry stores
Working with the production manager to fulfill orders
inventory control
developing and maintaining customer relationships with staff
conducting regular business reviews


an interest in Fashion and/or Art
Strong communication skills.
Strong problem solving and organizational skills.
Knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Adobe Photoshop
A College Degree

For more info please visit

Please e-mail your resume and photograph to

IT Assistant (Unpaid Internship) (Montreal)

Are you actively looking for a new challenge? Here is a GREAT career opportunity to join an international consulting team of 500 consultants that partners with clients like IBM, Bombardier and Boeing internationally and wants to double within 3 years.

PCO INNOVATION (, the largest independent PLM society in the world, is seeking an IT intern for 12 weeks.

Description of the internship:
- User support.
- Install software on employee stations.
- Track and manage backups.
- Manage user accounts.
- Realization of internal documentation and procedures.
- Participation in projects of development of infrastructure.
- Working with Windows (XP, 2003, Exchange, AD, DNS, DHCP).
- Using Unix : Linux.
- Execution using virtualisation : VMware.

Required skills:
- Developed interpersonal skills and curious about IT solutions.
- The ability to adapt and respond to demands.
- Bilingual (French / English).
- Dynamic / Self-Motivated / Professional attitude.

PCO INNOVATION is in Canada’s top fastest-growing companies (27th) according to Canadian Business and won the 2010 Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year award in 2010. We offer a professional development program (PCO University) and the full support from our team of experts. As for the work environment: An awesome atmosphere, many activities, collective insurances and the possibility to discover the world in a professional environment in different countries and economic sectors.

Please note that we will contact only shortlisted candidates.

Thank you for your interest.

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Web marketing internship for web marketing student, logical isn't it?


Job Details
Job Description: We are a highly successful entrepreneurial company specializing in the sale and rental of exclusive properties around the world. Having grown exponentially over the last number of years to become a global leader in this niche market, we are now focusing on ensuring appropriate strategies and mechanisms are in place to support our evolving operations. In this specific capacity, you will provide critical leadership as:

Write killer copy for web, press releases, social media outlets, and the company blog
Brainstorm ideas on how to enhance the company brand through social media outlets such as Twitter and Facebook
Effectively strategizing and implementing unique press campaigns
Organize and plan company events around the world
Assisting with business development opportunities
Manage e-posting campaign
Manage our growing photography team

Job Requirements:
Must be enrolled in college / university (Marketing, internet marketing, e-commerce, etc)
Enthusiastic about immersing yourself in one of the most exciting start-ups in the world
Active and displayable interest in social media marketing
Solid copy writing skills
Strong organizational ability
A keen eye for great web and graphic design
Perfectly bilingual (French)
Willingness to work hard and play even harder

Management Position? No
Entry-Level Position? Yes
Work Permit Needed? Applicants who do not already have legal permission to work in Canada will not be considered.
Job Available: Immediately
Industry Categories : Travel & Tourism, Corporate Housing, Hotel Apartments.
Position Categories : Web Marketing, SEM, SEO, Landing page automation, Link building, Online Media, PPC advertising, Online PR, blogging.

Salary Range: From 1000$
Bonus Plan? YES
Accommodation? No
Other: 3 Weeks Vacations with Free accommodations and Iphone for trainees with 1 year commitment.


Friday, May 20, 2011

Licensed Psychologist (NE Philadelphia, United States)

Special People In Northeast, Inc., located in Northeast Philadelphia, is a non-profit human services organization that was founded in 1970. The organization provides supports to individuals with mental, physical and sensorial disabilities as well as their families in a variety of ways. SPIN, Inc. assists over 3,000 infants, children and adults with various integrated activities including early childhood programs, residences, employment and support services.

As a Psychologist within the Behavioral and Developmental Services Unit you would be responsible for:
• Development and implementation of program options and initiatives, as well as behavior and treatment plans for adults with co-occurring Mental Retardation and Mental Health diagnoses living in community settings.
• Provision of clinical support and supervision of program staff (direct support staff, behavior specialists), providing input on annual evaluations to the clinical director and/or assisting director of clinical services, as well as to residential administration directors and assisting directors.
• Provide clinical supervision to interns or psychologists in training in support of their future licensure, as assigned.
• Conducts meetings with individuals to provide therapeutic counsel and other therapeutic means to support an individual's growth and independence.
• Develops programs and/or activities to increase each individual's coping skills and support an individual's growth and independence.
• Provides direct consultation in program development and interventions utilizing the best practices in psychology, positive approaches, and human learning.

Position Specific Competencies:
• Ability to utilize a variety of leading practice approaches in assessment and intervention in developmental disabilities and mental health concerns.
• Knowledge of mental health diagnoses and their behavioral concomitants
• Knowledge of evidence-based therapy modalities
• Develops clear and stretching expectations for self and others and demonstrates positive leadership and mentoring approaches.
• Ability to effectively communicate both verbally and in writing across a variety of settings, including professional presentations/trainings
• Strong organizational and strategic planning skills, able to develop data-based decision making models and execute decisions based therein, effectively utilizing available resources.

Requirements include:
• PH.D/Psy.D in Psychology
• Previous experience working with adults and/or children with developmental disabilities.
• PA License as a psychologist preferred. License eligible considered.
• School Psychology certificate required.
• Valid driver's license, own vehicle and vehicle insurance.
• Excellent oral & written communication skills.
• Proficient in MS Office and/or other Windows based programs.

SPIN also offers a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, STD, LTD, tuition reimbursement and 403b plan with company match.

We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.

SPIN Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Visit our web site at to apply for the position and for further information.


Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Literacy Leader volunteering jobs (Main Street)



Little Mountain Neighbourhood House is seeking program leaders for its after-school literacy program.

Little Mountain Neighbourhood House provides educational, cultural, recreational and social services for different age groups, ethnic specific groups, families and for the wider community of Little Mountain/Riley Park. Our purpose is to offer community members the opportunity to actively participate in the development of a healthier community.

Little Mountain Neighbourhood House’s Literacy Enhancement Program offers students at neighbourhood schools a program to enhance their literacy skills in a supportive, safe, and fun environment. These programs happen at local schools after school hours. The hours of work are afternoons and evenings, 2 days per week, for 3 hours each session plus monthly staff meetings.

Responsibilities of a Program Leader:
• Develop and implement a meaningful and effective educational, social and recreational program for children between 6 to
13 years of age with a focus on literacy enhancing activities, including games, songs, arts and crafts, and recreation
• Establish and maintain a safe and nurturing environment for program participants that respects the diversity of the group
and the individual needs of participants
• Promote positive social skill development, cultural awareness, and environmental awareness
• Liaise with participants’ parents
• Provide leadership, support, supervision to and evaluation of volunteers
• Write a program report once/term
• Maintain daily program
• Manage and maintain record of program expenses

The Program Leader position reports to the Manager, Children & Youth Programs.

• Criminal Record Clearance
• Valid Standard First Aid Certificate
• Experience working with children
• Ability to provide team leadership and volunteer supervision
• Strong communication skills and problem solving skills
• Awareness of issues surrounding diversity and multiculturalism
• Ability to liaise with families & various community agencies
• Fluency in a second language an asset

Anticipated start date: ASAP
To apply for this position, please send cover letter and resume to Erin Dusdal, Manager, Children and Youth Programs at by May 13, 2011.

For more information, please contact Erin Dusdal at 604.879.7104 x310 or


Software Engineer Intern (Downtown Vancouver, Canada)

The Advantage Systems is a software development firm focused on developing cloud-centric vertically aligned business solutions targeting the global food processing industry. Our mission is to provide food processing industry partners with new methods for exchanging important information amongst partners in the food processing supply chain. You can learn more by visiting our website at

This position is being made available through the Canada Summer Jobs program administered by Service Canada and is subject to confirmation of grant funding.

To be eligible for this position, individuals must meet all of the following criteria:

• be between 15 and 30 years of age at the start of the employment

• have been registered as full-time student in the previous academic year and intend to return to school on a full-time basis in the next academic year;

• be Canadian citizen, permanent resident or person to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act; and

• be legally entitled to work in Canada in accordance with relevant provincial/territorial legislation and regulations.

Position Title: Software Engineer Intern (30 hours per week)

Position Term: May to August 2011

Summary Statement: The Software Engineer Intern will be responsible for participating in the design, development, implementation, testing, quality assurance, and maintenance of all layers and aspects of our clients’ products and systems. This position has significant hands-on coding responsibilities on a high-volume, high-availability production system, and requires a strong background in computer science and web development with knowledge of the full software development life cycle. The position additionally requires an individual capable of forward thinking particularly with respect to performance and scaling requirements.

Primary Responsibilities/Accountabilities:

1. Collaborate and develop comprehensive functional specifications and work estimates based on those specifications.
2. Work with the client and internal teams to design, develop and test applications according to specifications.
3. Contribute creative ideas to the product development pipeline.
4. Assist system administration team in the installation and implementation of servers as well as in systems planning, monitoring and support.
5. Support and troubleshoot systems as required, optimizing performance, resolving production problems and providing timely status updates.
6. Help develop and maintain coding standards, best practices and provide suggestions for application and product development.
7. Maintain confidentiality regarding the technology and business of our clients and company at all times.

Education Requirements and/or Work Experiences:

This position requires superior problem-solving skills and a strong working knowledge of business systems and production floor real-time systems.
1. Successful completion of a significant number of courses towards a computer science degree or diploma in software engineering or equivalent.
2. Experience building highly scalable / performance optimized code a strong plus.
3. Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
4. Exceptional creative problem solving and analysis capabilities.
5. Ability to work under tight schedules across multiple projects simultaneously.
6. We are looking to build a team with complementary skills, so you need not be an expert in all web technologies, but you must have:
a. Experience with all of the following technologies are ideal: c#, XML, SOAP webservices, java, php and
b. Experience with some of the following technologies an asset: Microsoft Silverlight 4, XAML and Microsoft Expression Blend


Problem-solving ability, the ability to communicate well and to organize time and work are necessary.

Interested candidates should forward their resume as soon as possible to Please be advised that only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviews but Advantage Systems would like to thank all applicants in advance for their interest.

Summer Intern Position (Canada)


Summer Intern Position: Program Assistant
Location: Vancouver, Canada
Start Date: Immediately
Contract Duration: September 1st
Salary: TBD

Project Description:

SeedRock Social Enterprises (SSE) was created to deliver social betterment programs in the communities that SeedRock's Businesses operate. Our aim is to support an integrated approach to sustainable development in the areas of food security, education, microfinance and health. To help identify the needs of the communities as well as lead innovative industry research and development, SSE establishes partnerships with sector specialists and highly focused organizations. Through these partnerships, SSE gains access to sector expertise and funding in addition to creating an environment that will command an avant-garde network of global learning between the private and public sectors. Our focus lays heavily on strengthening local capacity by creating sustainable social investments through participatory development. Engaging with the local government, universities, CBOs and NGOs, SSE ensures that social programming is line with local development plans and that efforts build on, rather than replace, existing capacities.

Main Tasks and Responsibilities:
• Provide overall programmatic and administrative support as needed
• Sector research and analysis
• Liaison- build and maintain partnerships with universities, NGOs, and the private and public sectors
• Serve as program resource in identifying, reviewing, editing, assembling, and submitting final funding calls and proposals.
• Research and explore program opportunities in new and existing countries to facilitate SeedRock’s social development in West Africa as necessary
• Corporate brand development
• Communications – creating and maintaining professional internal and external relationships

Qualifications and Requirements:
• Undergraduate studies in International Studies, Communications/Writing and some experience in Finance
• Exposure or interest in overseas environment and international development issues
• Excellent communication skill, especially in writing and editing
• Experience with grant and proposal writing
• Experience with corporate brand development
• Can take initiative and work independently
• Positive attitude and willingness to learn new things

Please send your CV and coverletter to
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Make money while Helping Save the Oceans (Richmond south airport, canada)

Hi and good day,
Two (2) part time outbound customer service marketing intern positions are available for people with high energy, outgoing personality and a positive team work attitude. The ideal candidates will have good clear English speaking skills. French is an asset as we will be speaking with people in other countries like Quebec. Good basic computer skills and a willingness to learn. A clean record. The work day is Monday to Friday with calling starting at 9 AM, 5 hours per day. Pay is $ 10 per hour plus performance bonus. A smart candidate will send an MP3 recording of their telephone voice and resume. please do not phone.

Bicycle Mechanic Intern (vancouver, canada)

The Bike Kitchen is a non-profit, full service, community bike shop located on the campus of UBC. We sell new and used bikes, parts, and accessories and offer full bicycle repair as well as instruction. We specialize in refurbishing and selling used bicycles, and offer an assortment of education workshops and programs which are open to the public. We believe that cycling is a form of activism and a tool for community building. We're looking for someone who shares our vision, has an established commitment to cycling, and wants to become a professional caliber bike mechanic.

We are currently looking for an intern to work part-time during the summer. This internship may lead to a long-term position upon completion of the curriculum. It is especially suited for people who would otherwise have difficulty finding employment in the bike industry. Women are strongly encouraged to apply. No previous experience is necessary, as this is a training position. Due to our funding structure, this position is only open to students.

* No previous experience is necessary: this is a training position
* Strong communication and teaching skills, and an ability to work effectively with diverse groups of people, as required by the co-operative structure of the shop
* An understanding of and appreciation for the ways in which bikes can be used to foster social and environmental justice
* Self motivation and discipline
* A sincere and committed desire to learn bicycle mechanics

Job Description/Duties:
* Work through a curriculum of basic bike repair and bike retail knowledge skills. The intern will be working under the guidance of a senior-level professional mechanic. While the curriculum is set and staff members are experienced teachers, the intern must track his/her own progress and request help when necessary.
* Customer service in the shop
* Eventually help with repairs in the shop
* Eventually assist in teaching customers in the shop as well as leading workshops
* Rate of pay is $9/hour as this is a training position
* The internship is 30 hours per week and runs for 12 weeks starting on May 30, 2011

To Apply:
Please drop off a resume and cover letter in person at the Bike Kitchen. Emailed applications will not be accepted. Please be willing to volunteer for a few hours in the shop.


Saturday, May 7, 2011

Office Coordinator (Montreal, USA)

A World of Dreams Foundation Canada is a non-profit organization that makes dreams happen for children who are diagnosed with terminal, critical and chronic illnesses across Canada. Since 1987 the Foundation has helped children suffering from illnesses such as heart conditions, severe burns, blindness, deafness, or chronic illnesses like muscular dystrophy and cerebral palsy.

A World of Dreams Foundation Canada is seeking an experienced, enthusiastic and determined coordinator. We are looking for an exceptional candidate to help us take our next steps into the future.

Working with a dedicated Board, the Coordinator will play an important role in maintaining and expanding the Foundation’s operations. They will encourage strategic directions, provide inspiration and vision for the organization, and support the Board of Directors.

The ideal candidate will have post-secondary education, a strong background fundraising, brand awareness and event planning. They will also have experience and a demonstrated track-record building networks, fostering organizational growth and attracting new funding, and working collaboratively with partners, Board and staff.


• Build strong relationships and partnerships with sponsors and other community organizations
• Develop, implement and maintain communications initiatives aligned to the organizational objectives
• Source, investigate and solicit potential donors and fundraising partners
• Plan, implement and manage all aspects of events with the Board of Directors
• Responsible for all aspects of dreams from first contact with families to the fulfillment of the dream, including contact with the child’s physician
• All bookkeeping, including incoming cheques, the paying of bills, data entry of incoming monies and outgoing cheques, monthly reconciliation of bank account, donation receipts, etc.
• Oversee and maintained day-to-day operations of the Foundation
• Other responsibilities as required


• University degree and/or fundraising certification
• A minimum of three years of fundraising experience, including event management
• Volunteer management experience
• Demonstrated experience securing sponsorships/donations and managing sponsor/donor relations
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office and QuickBooks
• Bilingual (English/French); written and oral
• Flexibility to work some overtime and week-ends when the need arises;
• Valid Drivers’ License;
• Strong sense of organization, initiative, follow-up and an ability to work independently are essential for success in this position

Please send Cover Letter and CV to info (at)
Only experienced applicants will be contacted.

Unpaid internship at GEOS Montreal, Language Academy United States

The GEOS Montreal is looking to fill an unpaid internship on its staff for a period of at least 3 months. English or French is required, but candidates do not have to be perfect in either. Candidates should also be organized, outgoing, like a fast-paced work environment and motivated to show the city of Montreal to international students.

The tasks of the position mainly consist of organizing weekly cultural, sportive or artistic activities for our students. The intern will have to research information, organize, plan trips, take payments, motivate students and lead the activities. Others tasks linked to the activities will be given to the intern.

The internship time schedule can be flexible.

If you are interested, please send your CV to

Thank you

Web marketing internship for web marketing student, United States


Job Details
Job Description: We are a highly successful entrepreneurial company specializing in the sale and rental of exclusive properties around the world. Having grown exponentially over the last number of years to become a global leader in this niche market, we are now focusing on ensuring appropriate strategies and mechanisms are in place to support our evolving operations. In this specific capacity, you will provide critical leadership as:

Write killer copy for web, press releases, social media outlets, and the company blog
Brainstorm ideas on how to enhance the company brand through social media outlets such as Twitter and Facebook
Effectively strategizing and implementing unique press campaigns
Organize and plan company events around the world
Assisting with business development opportunities
Manage e-posting campaign
Manage our growing photography team

Job Requirements:
Must be enrolled in college / university (Marketing, internet marketing, e-commerce, etc)
Enthusiastic about immersing yourself in one of the most exciting start-ups in the world
Active and displayable interest in social media marketing
Solid copy writing skills
Strong organizational ability
A keen eye for great web and graphic design
Perfectly bilingual (French)
Willingness to work hard and play even harder

Management Position? No
Entry-Level Position? Yes
Work Permit Needed? Applicants who do not already have legal permission to work in Canada will not be considered.
Job Available: Immediately
Industry Categories : Travel & Tourism, Corporate Housing, Hotel Apartments.
Position Categories : Web Marketing, SEM, SEO, Landing page automation, Link building, Online Media, PPC advertising, Online PR, blogging.

Salary Range: From 1000$
Bonus Plan? YES
Accommodation? No
Other: 3 Weeks Vacations with Free accommodations and Iphone for trainees with 1 year commitment.

Friday, May 6, 2011

NY Community Outreach Internship (Downtown, USA)

Advocacy Department
Community Outreach Internship
The NYCLU is seeking summer interns to participate in an exciting community outreach project. The NYCLU Community Outreach Summer Interns will work to engage the public about police and safety in their communities. We are seeking enthusiastic, outgoing undergraduate students to help us conduct an ambitious survey of New Yorkers this summer. Summer interns will work in the field 4 days a week and act as representatives of the NYCLU administering surveys to communities. There is a 10-week minimum commitment.

Interns will receive skills in social justice campaign work, participate in trainings at the NYCLU offices, and will meet with NYCLU staff on a regular basis. Interns will have the opportunity to participate in issue-discussions and other NYCLU events over the summer.

We are looking for personable, responsible, fun individuals who are excited about exploring the City, talking to people, spending time outside, and working independently. We may provide transportation assistance to selected candidates.

About the NYCLU
The New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU) is one of the nation's foremost defenders of civil liberties and civil rights. Founded in 1951 as the New York affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), we are a not-for-profit, nonpartisan organization with eight chapters and regional offices and nearly 50,000 members across the state.

Our mission is to defend and promote the fundamental principles and values embodied in the Bill of Rights, the U.S. Constitution, and the New York Constitution, including freedom of speech and religion, and the right to privacy, equality and due process of law for all New Yorkers.

The Advocacy Department
The Advocacy Department develops and executes public advocacy campaigns to further the NYCLU’s mission to defend and promote civil liberties and civil rights throughout New York State. The department influences public policy through grassroots organizing, public education, coalition building, online activism and direct lobbying of lawmakers.

How to Apply
Send your resume and cover letter via E-mail to with “Community Outreach Advocacy Intern” in the subject line.

The NYCLU is proud to be an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from women, people of color, persons with disabilities, and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals.

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Assistant Editor Summer Internship (Chelsea, USA)

Company Overview
Grovo is an online education and training platform that helps businesses find and use cloud services in social media, productivity and online marketing. Grovo uses video as its primary means of instruction. Video lessons are engaging - they let a user see how things are done and hear detailed explanations. The videos are one- to two-minutes and can be paused or replayed, letting users learn at their own pace and increasing the likelihood of retaining new information. All of the courses are produced by our in-house production team.

We have garnered media coverage in the NY Times, CNET, PC World, and Good, among others. This past December, Grovo won the NY Vator Splash start-up competition.

Position Description
We're looking to expand our production team by two exceptionally talented Final Cut Pro video editing interns over the summer.

You should have a good sense of storytelling and pacing and ideally some experience with instructional video and screen capture footage. You will be responsible for screencapture of web sites and integrating this footage, voice overs, still images and animations into finished, high quality instructive products. (We have an in house animator, but any animation/After FX skills on your part are a serious plus).

This is an unpaid internship with a start-up in the Flatiron. We work hard, have a lot of fun, and have a record of hiring interns for full time positions when they become available.

Produce short, entertaining video lessons between 1 and 2.5 minutes each, upholding high standards of professionalism and polish.
Assist in all aspects of Production (Shooting, Lighting, Audio) for offsite live action shoots for commercials, testimonials or expert lessons.
Screen capture footage of the web sites we cover.
Assist in quality control.

Personal Requirements
Loves the Internet
Digs our mission and vision
Resourceful and comfortable being self-directed.
Hungry for success
Beyond creative
Thrives in a fast paced, challenging environment
Hard working and passionate about refining your craft.
Easy going in your own way
Extremely detail oriented and thorough.

Professional Requirements
Degree or certificate in animation, film, or related field, or equivalent production experience.
Professional nonlinear editing experience in Final Cut Pro.
Knowledge of keyframing.
Experience with screencapture footage.
Comfortable with quick turn around times and deadlines.
Must have a demo reel.
Own a computer (laptop preferred) running Final Cut Pro 7.

Experience working at a venture-funded web start-up (or you've always wanted to, and think you have what it takes)
Located in New York City Metro Area. Ideally able to commute daily to Flatiron district.
Passionate about education
Proficient in Adobe After Effects & Flash
Applicants with proven experience in 2D character animation and motion graphics will receive extra attention
Drinks scotch, bourbon, or other whiskies of the world
Loves music

Please send your CV, one paragraph about yourself, your 5 favorite websites, and your highlight reel to

Company: Grovo (Seed Funded Start-up)
Position Title: Assistant Editor Summer Internship
Compensation: Unpaid Internship
Location: NYC Flatiron/Chelsea

COLLEGE GRAD - Intern (Midtown, United States)


-Mergers & Acquisitions

Part Time- 3 months -4 days per week 9:30AM-5PM Non Paid Internship Mondays thru Thursdays

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We specialize in matching Buyers & Sellers of privately owned companies throughout the United States & Canada, as well as some internationally. Gottesman Company was established in 1985.

Through this position, the intern will learn the methodology of locating and bringing together buyers and sellers of privately held U.S.and Canadian companies while dealing with a nationwide M & A Sales Team.

The intern will be exposed to entrepreneurial businesses nationwide, tracking M & A news and performing industry research. We will train to work with various business data bases to compile prospect lists through Excel and will research and learn about trade associations. The intern must be reliable, computer profiicient, feel comfortable working independently and have a clear telephone speaking voice.

Benefits of interning at Gottesman Company include:

Ø Gain exposure and familiarity to a broad spectrum of businesses and industries
Ø Improve research and computer skills, interpersonal skills, and general business analysis ability
Ø Become more marketable to potential employers by having a substantive role on resume
Ø Many of our interns have gone on to major companies in finance banking and real estate

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Apply Attn: Eugene Gottesman, Marketing Director,Gottesman Company

Telephone: (212) 570-0700

Fax : (212) 734-2511

Email :

Hiring Organization: Gottessman Company Hiring Organization: Gottessman Company