Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Ohio Office Seeking Intern for Paid Information Technology Expereince

The Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities is currently seeking college students for a paid college internship position to work and gain valuable experience in the Information Technology field. Please post/circulate this communication with the attached position description.

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.

Pay Scale:
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.

Work Hours:
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: kim.campbell@dodd.ohio.gov 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

Fall Public Relations Internship at The Walters Art Museum

The Walters Art Museum is pleased to offer opportunities for qualified undergraduate and graduate students, and those in between degree programs, to intern in the Office of Public Relations for a period that corresponds to his or her institution’s fall 2010 semester system. The internship is for a minimum of ten weeks, and the intern works 12-15 hours per week. No stipend is offered for these internships. Students are responsible for arranging academic credit with their sponsoring institutions. The Walters seeks applications from undergraduate juniors and seniors, graduate students or recent graduates majoring in communications, public relations, marketing, arts management or museum studies programs.
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
• Resume
• Transcript
• Two letters of academic reference

Please send all of your materials, either together or under separate cover, by August 20 to:
John Shields
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 jshields@thewalters.org.


Position Summary: The Manager of Workplace Giving & Special Events is responsible for planning, developing and executing the workplace giving segment of the annual Culture Works campaign. Other duties include overseeing and implementing special fund or friend raising events, data entry and reporting using Raiser’s Edge software and participation in long & short-term strategic planning for expanding the annual campaign. Creativity in developing and implementing new fundraising initiatives will be strongly encouraged. The Manager of Workplace Giving and Special Events reports to the Vice President of Development and works closely with the President/ CEO to ensure that the annual campaign goals are reached.
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

To apply:
Send resume, cover letter with salary requirements and references to:

Workplace Giving & Special Events Search
Culture Works
126 N. Main St Suite 210
Dayton, OH 45402

Deadline to Apply: August 13, 2010. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE

Pro Football Hall of Fame Volunteer Management Internship

Fall 2010

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.