Monday, December 6, 2010
- assisting the curatorial department with research for their upcoming exhibitions
- assisting with daily operations of Coe Hall Historic House Museum and historic Manor House
- managing the volunteer docents
Fellows will be compensated $15/hour and a room on the grounds of the arboretum.
Interested candidates should send a resume to Marianne Howard at email@example.com. Please consider that the Foundation completes interviews on site in Oyster Bay, NY. No phone calls please.
Pricefalls.com is opening up another internship round for applicants seeking experience in a young entrepreneurial environment in Las Vegas.
Pricefalls, LLC, is an internet startup company is an online marketplace that puts emphasis on the falling price auction (The Dutch Auction) and fixed price (flat prices like at the store) listings. We have adopted this "descending price" auction model, and modified it to meet the demands of the online auction market.
On Pricefalls product prices decrease over a fixed time interval until the product is purchased, or reaches the lowest offering price (the "Price Floor"), at which point the product is taken off the market.
During the auction shoppers are free to purchase items at the current offering price (the "Catch it Now" price), or bid on items by setting an "If it Hits" price, which automatically finalizes the transaction if the offering falls to that price. In contrast to other online auction platforms, the Pricefalls model creates a bargain-shopping environment for quality merchandise.
This internship opportunity is for two months, during which your primary objectives will be to:
1. Increase brand awareness through social media, blog, and trade show outreach a. Social Media outreach will include compiling deals, shopping tips, product comparisons and more from the Pricefalls platform and effectively communicating them through social media outlets like Twitter, MySpace, Facebook, Digg, LinkedIn, StumpleUpon, Reddit, etc.
b. Blog outreach will include direct communication with blog administrators and frequent posters in order to gain coverage about new deals, features etc. on the Pricefalls platform.
c. Trade shows outreach will include going to various tradeshows in the Las Vegas area in order to make them aware of the Pricefalls platform.
2. Increase store sign-ups through direct communication with business owners a. Calling business directly is a useful technique for getting businesses to sign up for a store on Pricefalls. We will coach you on the various types of calls that are made and the way in which they should be conducted.
3. Assist with management of product inventory a. Corporate Store owners get help with listing products and managing their inventory. You will assist in creating bulklists and managing products within stores
4. Acclimate to the Pricefalls business model in preparation for possible future employment a. Last year we conducted a similar internship program and hired one full time employee as result. This year we are bringing on more interns then last in hope of being able to attain long term quality employees.
5. Rent - You will be provided an apartment and will be living with a minimum of 2 and maximum of 5 other people. We will provide you with specifics on the living arrangements before April 1st.
a. Transportation - You will be provided with transportation to and from the airport when you arrive. Furthermore, you will be provided transportation to and from your apartment and work each day.
6. All utilities at the apartment will be covered. Furthermore, you will be provided with lunch each day.
7. You will have the opportunity to earn commissions through acquiring new businesses for Pricefalls. For each Corporate account, you will earn
$15 and for each Frequent account you will earn $10. You will be spending approximately 35% of your time each day attempting to acquire new businesses in some fashion.
NOTE: Must be confident with using Microsoft Excel.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Thursday, October 21, 2010
Over 60% of all infectious diseases of animals can also affect humans, and incidences of new, emerging zoonotic infectious diseases are on the rise. Veterinarian-scientists, by virtue of their broad experience in multiple species and extensive training in both molecular and whole animal contexts, are uniquely qualified to address the complex problems presented in modern biomedical research.
For over 40 years, the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine has provided an outstanding environment for the training of future veterinarian-scientists through its VMD/PhD Program. Find out more about how you can impact tomorrow ’s medicine for all species at www.PennVetPhD.org
June and July, 2011
Georgetown University, Washington, DC
**NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR EARLY DEADLINE OF DECEMBER 3, 2010**
Sponsored by The Fund for American Studies and held at Georgetown University, the Institute combines substantive internships, courses for academic credit, career development activities, site briefings and lectures led by nonprofit professionals. This fast-paced, eight-week residential program provides students from around the world with opportunities to gain the edge in today’s competitive job market and graduate school admissions, and experience the excitement of Washington first-hand.
• Internships – Competitive placements with leading nonprofit organizations
• Classes – Up to 9 transferable credits from Georgetown University
• Housing – Roommate matching and furnished on-campus apartments in the heart of DC
• Service – A variety of hands-on community projects
• Guest Lectures – With Washington’s top nonprofit executives and scholars
• Leadership & Professional Development – Leadership, mentoring and career building activities
• Networking – Interaction with seasoned nonprofit professionals and other student leaders from around of the world
• Scholarships – Approximately 70% of students receive generous awards based on merit and financial need
Students will be accepted on a rolling basis until the Final Deadline of March 3, 2011. Students applying by the Early Deadline of December 3, 2010 will be given preference in admissions and scholarship decisions and will receive a 5% discount on their tuition balance.
For more information or to begin an online application, please visit our website www.DCinternships.org/IPVS.
Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact Emily Hill, IPVS Manager, at IPVS@tfas.org or 1-800-741-6964.
Please click on this link for an informational brochure: https://www.DCinternships.org/tfas/brochure/index.asp
Thursday, September 16, 2010
Greater Dayton Advertising Association thought you and your students might be interested in this upcoming evening event:
How do you translate exuberant creative energy into a viable career with big-name brands? Find out Tuesday, Sept. 21 when Dayton Creative Syndicate welcomes guest speakers Tony Neary and Tom Kisker of Traction!
Tony Neary, founding partner of Traction as well as a talented designer and illustrator, has led creative development for multiple P&G brands as well as several national and global brands including Dave¹s Gourmet, Coca-Cola and MeadWestvaco [although, the contingency plan of enrolling in rodeo clown school is still a viable option].
For over a decade Tom Kisker led creative development for P&G brands including Pringles, Prilosec OTC, and Pepto Bismol. In addition, Tom has led creative initiatives for Link's Snacks, Mercury Marine, Miller Brewing, The Kroger Company and many others. As a life long Cincinnati sports fan he knows more than he should about fan loyalty.
Traction Event Details:
Speakers: Tony Neary & Tom Kisker
Location: school of advertising art http://www.saa.edu/
Address: 1725 East David Rd. Kettering, Ohio 45440
Date: Tuesday, Sept. 21 2010
Time: 6:00 p.m.- 7:30 p.m.
Price: $5 students (with valid student ID), $10 members, $20 non-members Not yet a member? Join today:
Reservations for the Traction speaker event can be made securely on-line
*Please note that you will be redirected to the GDAA web site for all DCS reservations and payments.
Want to know more about Traction?
Traction believes in great creative, a strong work ethic, cheering for the home team, that family comes first, asking questions, that charcoal grilled burgers taste far better than ones from a gas grill, that typography is king, asking more questions, that Cake puts on a great live show, that despite the conventional wisdom you should be attached to your work, that Van Halen is way better with David Lee Roth, that you're only as old as you feel and that Saul Bass was a genius. We believe in making an impression that gains momentum.
Traction News: http://www.teamtraction.com/news/
We are pleased to inform you that we are accepting applications for the U.S. Department of State's 2011 Summer Student Internship Program.
Click here ( http://careers.state.gov/students/programs.html#SIP) for more information and to start the online application process. Please note that the deadline to submit completed applications is November 01, 2010.
You must be a U.S. Citizen and a student (a full- or part-time continuing college or university junior, or graduate student - including graduating seniors intending to go on to graduate school) to be eligible. Please read the program description and vacancy announcement for more information.
We appreciate your interest in a career with the U.S. Department of State.
Tuesday, August 17, 2010
James A. Rhodes State Office Tower
30 East Broad Street, 12th Floor, Columbus, Ohio 43215
To provide support to the Security Office: work with staff to review and process security affidavits; read and respond to support emails; communicate security access requirements and answer security access questions to/for customers; support online security application system (e.g., DUTY) and enter security affidavit data into security system; support and implement various changes and/or improvements to online security application; provide customer service. Develop and implement changes to online forms and other.NET applications as assigned.
*Refer to the position description for additional information on knowledge, skills and abilities, and preferred qualifications.
Candidate must be currently and continuously enrolled in an accredited college/university.
The pay scale is determined by the student’s academic status. The maximum hourly rate for an undergraduate student is $14.72; graduate student $17.91.
The work hours are flexible to accommodate the student.
Interested candidates should submit their resume by the close of business on Friday, August 20, 2010 to Kim Campbell via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or fax: 614-466-3256. If there are questions contact Ms. Campbell via email or telephone: 614-728-4308.
The mission of the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities is continuous improvement of the quality of life for Ohio citizens with developmental disabilities and their families.
Thursday, August 12, 2010
Job Description: The office of public relations is looking for public relations interns with excellent writing and critical thinking skills who are organized and detail-oriented and can work independently in a fast paced environment. Microsoft Word, Excel and Access computer skills are necessary as well as fluency with social media.
Tasks could include: Working directly with the Manager of Public Relations on special exhibitions ranging from a children’s book illustrator to medieval European art by collecting press coverage from traditional and online media outlets, researching possible media outlets for the exhibitions, assisting in the drafting of short media advisories related to public programming, drafting fact sheets and bimonthly media calendars, website research and database work. It is a very small office so there would inevitably be "other tasks as assigned."
Please submit the following:
• Cover letter explaining your objectives for the internship and future career goals
• Two letters of academic reference
Please send all of your materials, either together or under separate cover, by August 20 to:
Manager of Docent and Internship Programs
Walters Art Museum
600 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
For more information please contact John Shields at (410) 547-9000, ext 235 or email@example.com.
Primary Position Objectives:
1. Find and engage new workplace giving locations
2. Create and maintain relationships with current workplace giving locations
3. Increase annual giving results
4. Continue and create new friend and fund raising special events
5. Oversee donor data entry and analysis in Raiser’s Edge
• A bachelor’s degree
• At least three years of a demonstrated successful track record in fund raising/development.
• Advanced computer skills including, Microsoft Office products.
• Expertise with Raiser’s Edge preferred.
• Possess excellent relationship building skills with internal and external stakeholders
• Possess excellent written and oral communication skills
• Have experience managing volunteers
• A disciplined self-starter who regularly sets and achieves work goals
• Resourceful and able to mange several concurrent projects and meet deadlines.
• Possess a high energy level and be outgoing
• Must be able to travel in the Dayton region frequently to visit workplace giving sites and be able to move boxes up to 20lbs
• Committed to and able to communicate the vision and mission of Culture Works
Send resume, cover letter with salary requirements and references to:
Workplace Giving & Special Events Search
126 N. Main St Suite 210
Dayton, OH 45402
Deadline to Apply: August 13, 2010. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE
The Pro Football Hall of Fame is seeking students for its Fall of 2010 Volunteer Management Internship with its Museum Volunteer program. Students who are interested in pursuing a career with an historical organization and have an interest in volunteer program management or human resources are preferred. The student interns will be given an introduction into the history of professional football and the museum volunteer program. The student interns will assist staff in maintaining the online volunteer management database and volunteer programming. The student intern will also assist in volunteer orientations and educational training.
Student interns are required to work for a continuous 12-week period in the Fall 2010 and be available on weekends. Volunteer Management interns are required to have completed or working to complete a bachelor’s degree in one of the following fields: history, public administration, non-profit management, human resource management or equivalent. The museum prefers students who have experience volunteering or working for an historical organization and in a graduate program in one of the following fields of study: non-profit administration, human resource management, history or equivalent. The Volunteer Management Internship is an unpaid internship.
Please send a cover letter, 3 references and resume to: Jason Aikens, Collections Curator, Pro Football Hall of Fame, 2121 George Halas Dr. NW, Canton, OH 44708 (330) 456-8207, Jason.Aikens@profootballhof.com.
The deadline to apply is September 10, 2010 but application materials will be reviewed immediately.
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
Vacancies of full-time teaching jobs for the fall-semester contract for 4 months of September 1, 2010 to December 31, 2010 is now available at our program schools all over the China. The school year of 2010-2011 (September 1, 2010 to June 30, 2011) can also be considered.
Qualified candidates are native speakers from major English-speaking countries, who have Bachelor's degrees and some teaching/working experiences. Recent college graduates with good track records of college education and people skills are also welcome to apply. Applicants are expected with excellent communication skills, enthusiastic, energetic individuals who are committed to teaching in China, out going and friendly personality.
III. Salary, Benefits, Visas and Services:
1. Salary: 6,000RMB per month+1000RMB food subsidies based on 20 classes weekly teaching load, one class=50 minutes class time+10 minutes break
2. Benefits: Reimbursed international airfare, one way for half a year(4000RMB), a return for a full year contract(8000RMB), a free and private apartment; 2 months holiday in summer(July and August), 2 months holiday in winter (January and February), no wages in these four months but we offer 1000 RMB for travel allowance in each month if you stay during this period.
3. The cost of the Chinese visa will be met by the applicant however visa expires in China, if you wish continue to work, we will help you to renew and also pay the fees. If you wish to change school or city after one school term, we will arrange for you.
IV. Application Materials:
A complete set of application materials includes a cover letter, a resume, a copy of passport, a copy of college degree, two reference letters and a recent photo. Please email all the application materials to:
Attn: Karen Wang
Re: Teacher Recruitment.
The Newseum, a revolutionary 250,000-square-foot museum of news, offers visitors an experience that blends five centuries of news history with up-to-the-second technology and hands-on exhibits. At the Newseum, we pride ourselves on creating up-to-the minute exhibits and actively collecting modern and historic artifacts. As a Newseum intern you can work at our museum downtown or our state-of-the-art storage center in Laurel, Maryland (or both). Internship hours are flexible and can be arranged to fit individual’s schedules - this can include morning and weekend work. You will be a member of the small, dynamic Collections team and will be able to make an enormous contribution to the work we do. This is a wonderful opportunity to gain Collections experience and be involved in the day-to-day operations of one of Washington, D.C.’s most popular museums!
Intern responsibilities will include, but are not limited to assisting Registrars and Collections Specialists with the following tasks:
- Daily monitoring and recording of environmental conditions (temperature, relative humidity, lighting, etc.) in gallery spaces
- Processing donations and incoming loans, including cataloging artifacts in database
- Monitoring and reporting on exhibition conditions as they pertain to exhibited collections
- Assisting with the cleaning of exhibits and artifacts on display pre-opening
- Aiding in the installation and de-installation of exhibited artifacts
- Compiling information for the new Standard Facilities Report particularly regarding the environmental conditions/calculations for each of the galleries
- Helping with basic artifact conservation
- If time and interest permits, short-term, independent research projects related to the collection can be designed
Newspaper archives internship project
- For those who already possess or would like to gain archival experience, there is the opportunity to work on a self-directed archival project with the Newseum’s outstanding 35,000 piece newspaper collection (this project will take place at the Newseum’s storage facility in Laurel, MD)
For all internship opportunities:
Candidates should be currently enrolled in or should have recently finished a museum-related graduate or undergraduate program, possess basic computer skills, an interest in collections/registration work, and the ability to lift 30 pounds.
Internships last for a minimum of 12 weeks and may be part or full time. This internship position is for college credit only.
Please email cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Maeve Gaynor Scott
555 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001
Job Type: Permanent/Full-time/Entry Level
Job Location Information:
Seminole Tribe of Florida
Big Cypress Indian Reservation
34725 W Boundary Rd.
Clewiston, FL 33440
Health Insurance includes dental and vision after one month; 401k after one year of employment.
Preferred qualifications for applicants are 3 to 4 years of experience giving tours and educational programs with an associate’s degree in a related field of study. . Must be willing to learn and study Seminole culture and history. Good appearance and pleasant speaking voice in order to communicate with the general public. Have a positive attitude about the museum and the STOF. Ability to work independently and work a flexible work schedule including evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid Florida driver’s license. Seminole Tribal member or Native American preferred.
• Provides information about specific topics in Seminole culture and history, facilities and exhibits to visitors. Greets visitors, and invites visitors to sign guest register.
• Monitors visitors viewing exhibits, cautions persons not complying with museum regulations, distributes promotional materials, and answers questions concerning exhibits, regulations, and facilities.
• Provides leadership and guidance to the other tour guides, assist with project and be a leader to tour guides on these projects.
• This position reports to the Education Coordinator.
• ILLUSTRATIVE TASKS
o Greet and welcome tour groups upon their arrival at the museum.
o Present brief selected topics in Seminole culture and history to the visitors at scheduled and unscheduled times daily.
o Give guidance to the general public on the flow of traffic throughout the Museum and outside stations.
o Conduct a variety of tours in the museum and on the boardwalk for VIP’s, special visiting groups, the general public, etc.
o Answer both general and specific questions to the general public throughout the day.
o Announce and direct visitors to the Orientation Theater, introduce the visitor to the Museum and the Movie, and turn on the Orientation Movie.
o Deal skillfully with a diversity of visitors under a variety of circumstances.
o Continually be aware and keep informed about changes in the exhibits.
o Be the lead on tour projects assisting other tour guides with projects tasks.
o Make on the ground decisions about changes to guiding tours and be able to direct the other tour guides on those changes.
o Assist Education Coordinator with a schedule rotation of ongoing tour guide responsibilities
o Continually assess the needs of your follow tour guides and develop a suggested schedule of tour guide training
• KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
o Knowledge of the Seminole Tribe of Florida culture and history or ability and desire to learn.
o Able to work independently and be project oriented.
o Ability to communicate in English both orally and in writing.
o Good appearance and pleasant speaking voice in order to communicate with the general public. Strong interpersonal skills.
o Ability to serve the Tribal community, the public and fellow employees with honesty and integrity.
o Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the STOF tribal community, general public, co-workers and members of diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds.
o Ability to work a flexible work schedule including evenings, weekends and holidays.
o Ability to speak comfortably before groups of people
o Ability to be a team leader
o Physically able to lead tours around the museum
o Enjoy interacting and comfortable meeting with other people
o Have a positive attitude about the museum and the STOF.
o Seminole Tribal member preferred.
Go to www.semtribe.com to download an application.
Send Resume to email@example.com
Please open the link below to view the job vacancy announcement for two Office Assistant 3 positions (position numbers 20077569 & 20035336) in the Division of Medicaid Development & Administration.
Note: There are 2 positions. Submit one application to be considered for both positions.
Apply on-line via the Ohio Hiring Management System (OHMS):
Division of Human Resources
Office of Personnel Services
The mission of the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities is continuous improvement of the quality of life for Ohio citizens with developmental disabilities and their families.