Monday, May 28, 2012

Summer Interns Needed (United States)

The American Academy of HIV Medicine (AAHIVM) is an independent organization of HIV SpecialistsTM and others dedicated to promoting excellence in HIV care. Through advocacy and education, the Academy is committed to supporting health care providers in HIV medicine and to ensuring better care for those living with AIDS and HIV disease.

As the largest independent organization of HIV frontline providers, our 2,000 members provide direct care to more than 340,000 HIV patients. This is more than two thirds of the patients in active treatment for HIV disease in the U.S. The Academy has a diverse membership composed of ID, IM, FP and GP specialists as well as NPs, PAs and Pharmacists.

We are seeking interns to assist in our policy, programs, communications, membership, and credentialing efforts. Interns are assigned duties consistent with their background, education, and interests to ensure the practical experience desired to meet their academic and career goals. An internship with AAHIVM would offer valuable experience and insight for any student interested in public health and health policy,
HIV/AIDS, government relations, communications, non-profit management, and membership organizations.

Unpaid internships are available for the summer of 2012 for undergraduate or graduate level students. Interns can choose to work part-time (minimum 16 hours per week) or full time. AAHIVM will accommodate any class credit/requirement possibilities. We offer basic work experience, as well as professional references upon departure.

Our offices are located in downtown Washington DC, near the Farragut North Metro stop.

Successful applicants will be bright, highly-motivated individuals with strong academic backgrounds and an interest in the domestic HIV epidemic.

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to toby@aahivm.org no later than June 22 2012. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

To learn more about AAHIVM, please go to aahivm.org.

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Help Desk Intern (National Democratic Institute, (USA)

The National Democratic Institute (NDI) has a full-time internship for students in the computer field to support a variety of hardware and software platforms. Gain valuable computer experience with an organization that's right around the corner, but works around the world. Learn about networks, Web sites, Google Apps, databases and other current technology. Work with great people. Add valuable technology experience to your resume. Must be available between the hours of 8:00 am-5:30pm Mon-Fri.

Primary Responsibilities
Support computer software and hardware, including Windows 7, Google apps, Internet services, MS Office, data-bases, printing, scanning, telephones, video conferencing, audio visual services, and other technology services;
Provide telephone, in person, and remote computer support to NDI staff located in Washington DC and more than 40 countries around the world;
Install new software, upgrade existing software and drivers, test and distribute new computers;
Perform administrative tasks typical in a computer environment. Record and report on service calls, inventory and manage equipment and software inventories, maintain supplies and replacement parts;
Assist with the day-to-day administration of the phones. Learn to manage cisco call manager, extensions and voicemail boxes;
Learn how to administer the technology loaner pool of computers, printers,cameras, projectors, etc. Produce reliable record keeping and inventory tracking;
Understand how to work with standardized desktop software images for desktop and laptop computers;
Continually coordinate with the Help Desk Manager and staff to diagnose and correct problems with staff computers and software;
Learn to develop computer presentations, graphics and documents as requested -- provide simple tutorials or train users on NDI standard software and hardware -- learn how to arrange for repair of peripheral equipment and PC's.
Qualifications
Generally pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree;
Fluent oral and written English language skills;
Ability to work both independently and as a member of a team in a fast-paced office;
High level of oral and written communication skills to effectively present information and respond to questions;
Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously;
Attention to and concern for detail;
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This is a paid internship. Interns are encouraged to attend workshops, lectures and other staff development events at NDI. We are currently accepting applications.
Application Instructions

Interested applicants can apply now using our on-line resume tool www.ndi.org. Please cite the exact position title in your cover letter.

Non-US citizens applying for internships and entry-level positions based in the U.S. must possess work authorization which does not require employer sponsorship.
NDI is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, marital status or any other characteristic protected by law.

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Teacher / Tutor Internships at Small, Dynamic Middle / High School (Rockville, MD)

School for Tomorrow (SFT) -- a unique, innovative, student-centered independent nonprofit secondary school (grades 5-12) in its third year of existence -- is seeking teacher / tutor interns for the 2012-13 school year who either: (1) are comfortable with an interdisciplinary approach to teaching and/or at least two of the following three subject areas -- (a) Physics; (b) English / Language Arts; or (c) History / Social Studies; OR (2) would like to focus on Math (especially Algebra through Pre-Calculus).

Everyone who works at SFT must connect well with kids, work well with others, be patient, flexible, and creative (at least somewhat) as well as committed and conscientious, and have a good sense of humor.

Our teaching/tutoring interns will receive a modest stipend in addition to an amazing experience -- and the possibility of a full-time salaried faculty position the following school year.

20 to 40 hours/4 to 5 days per week (depending on your availability and our needs). Starting August 20, 2012 (with the possibility of an earlier start, if you're interested).

Visit our website at www.schoolfortomorrow.net, and if SFT seems like someplace you'd love to work, then apply.

Resume and cover letter required (addressed to: Alan Shusterman, Head of School). Interviewing likely to begin the week of June 4.

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Internship with The UN Refugee Agency (Washington DC)

The United States Association for UNHCR (USA for UNHCR) supports the UN Refugee Agency's humanitarian work to protect and assist refugees around the world. We strive to meet the needs of the world's most vulnerable people, building support and awareness in the United States for UNHCR's life-saving relief programs.

Building support for the life-saving work of UNHCR is no small task. USA for UNHCR currently has 5 national fundraising offices throughout the United States that work toward this objective 6 days per week. We have offices and corresponding internships in D.C, Los Angeles, San Diego, Phoenix and Miami.


We are looking to hire 2-3 interns in each city and this internship is strictly administrative. You must coordinate with your guidance counselor to ensure that we are meeting legal criteria for an unpaid internship and that the benefit of the experience fits within the framework of your academic development and course work. This position would require at least 4 hours per day of work in one of our fundraising offices and tasks will include taking meeting notes, attending field or regional briefings, inventory control, answering phones and other administrative tasks and errands.

We will be executing 3 events this summer for World Refugee Day and the administrative internship will have some responsibilities in helping to execute objectives for successful events.

Apply today! Cut-off for submission of summer internships applications is June 15, 2012.

Please review our website at www.UNrefugeees.org to see the work to which you will be contributing at USA for UNHCR.

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Thursday, May 17, 2012

Real Business Internship an Entrepreneurial Mind (CANADA)

You have opened this post because you have million dollar ideas but you never taken big action to make them happen. You keep getting more ideas, bigger ones but you keep getting in your own way.
The good news is that you've already got the skills to do most of what you need to do to realize your ultimate goals.
You know that success isn't about hard work because if it was, we'd have millionaires living on every corner.
I'm looking for someone to mentor, to teach and to leverage.
I'm not looking for your money or credit.
I am looking to leverage your time.
In exchange you'll be my intern. My protégé. My student.
You'll also get financial compensation.
I'll tell you some things you've probably heard before but guess what?
Studies show that it often takes hearing something fifty times before you get it.
I promise I'll give you new twist on what may be familiar topics.

Follow me and learn from me for a year and may never have to worry about money again.

If trusting some guy on craigslist feels kooky to you, let my certainty overcome your doubt.
Are you ready?
It doesn't matter if you're not prepared because I'm going to help you figure it out along the way.

Give me an email with your contact information and we can answer your questions and conduct a quick phone interview to see if you qualify. Refer to "Real Business Internship" in the subject line.
If you prefer, you can call me directly.
I have other opportunities available so mention "Real Business Intership" when we speak.


647.799.6385
www.richdadinvestor.com
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Magazine designer intern (Toronto / Home CANADA)

Hello, Engagement Rings Magazine requires Jr. design intern for on-going projects. Must be knowledgeable in Indesign, Photoshop, Illustrator.
Start date is immediate and if hrs will be used towards school please bring all necessary paper work.
This is an opportunity to see how a magazine is started from scratch. I'll show you how a business plan and model are used to determine the feasibility of a magazine. You'll learn the ins and outs from first hand experiences. Other internships will not allow you to grow organically and as fast as I can help you.

requirements: knowledge in Adobe products, hardworking, eager to learn, wants to succeed.
416 451 4110

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Friday, May 11, 2012

seeking Sales Interns (san jose downtown, United States)

The WordWatch is currently seeking 3-4 paid interns, who are interested in, or have experience with sales. We can't stress enough, how important it is, that you are at the VERY least, INTERESTED in doing sales. You will be actively e-mailing, calling and chatting with companies that we are interested in seeking out partnerships with.

Start date will be immediate. Pay is hourly, with bonus incentives.

To be eligible, we request that you follow the steps below:

1) E-mail me your resume in PDF format.
2) Describe your phone voice in 140 characters (or less).
3) Go to wordwatch.com. In 2 sentences or less, describe what you think our company does.

QueenBee@wordwatch.com 

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