Career Blitz: Arts

  1. Visual Artist Opportunity right here at Dartmouth with “Hands On Pianos”.
  2. NBC News Associates program:  NBC News NetworkSports
  3. Journalism Intern: NY Sportimes
  4. Graphic Design Intern (Vector Illustration/Interface Design):  Learning Today, Inc.
  5. Production/Promotions Internship:  CW Twin Cities
  6. The ‘Art of Idealism’ Art Contest: 
  7. Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.:  Post-Grad & Undergraduate positions available.
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 1.  Visual Artist Opportunity right here at Dartmouth!

New Visual Artist Deadline: March 9, 2012. The Hop and AVA Gallery have extended the deadline for visual artists, both professional and nonprofessional, who would like to paint or otherwise visually transform a donated piano. Students, faculty, staff, and alumni are all encouraged to participate!

Download RFP and application: http://tinyurl.com/6wstl77.  For more info about Hands on Pianos, visit http://hop.dartmouth.edu/featured/piano-project or blitz Hop Outreach or call 646-2158.

2.  NBC News Associates program:  Application will be closed on Friday March 16 at 5 PM EST.

The NBC News Associates program is a fast-track opportunity for people with the goal to learn news gathering and production skills. With the same one-time application, you are automatically considered for NBC’s Owned Television Stations group’s News Associates Program! Therefore, 7 will be selected for NBC News Network, and 10 for NBC’s Owned Television Stations group!  To apply: http://www.nbcunicareers.com/earlycareerprograms/newsassociateprogram.shtml

3.  Sports Journalism Intern for NY Sportimes – June & July 2012.  Candidate should have a journalism background with experience developing various types of written media. Ability to work quickly and accurately in a team environment. For the full posting see:   http://www.varietymediacareers.com/jobseeker/job/9628294/Sports%20Journalism/NY%20Sportimes/?vnet=0

4.  Graphic Design Intern (Vector Illustration/Interface Design) Learning Today, Inc is looking for someone who can take on the challenge of giving educational information an edgy ‘feel’ so it looks exciting and entices the user. Awareness of teenage trends and understanding how to visually cater to a target market is also very helpful.  http://www.jobhost.org/jobs/viewjob/graphic-design-intern-vector-illustrationinterface-design-485aa367af44c199?source=indeed&medium=sponsoredia

5.  Production/Promotions Internship. The CW Twin Cities is currently seeking interns interested in gaining hands-on production experience! This is an exciting opportunity to get your work seen and develop your writing, shooting, and editing skills while you experience first-hand how a television station operates.  http://www.salesheads.com/job.asp?id=41667431&aff=AC44BA2E-E3EB-4DBC-8BDB-9FCE01C58B09

6.  The ‘Art of Idealism’ Art Contest.  Submissions must be made by March 15, 2012. Help us create the first art edition of our Founding Stories Book that will give new life to the stories for City Corps members who are serving in some of the highest-need schools across the country, and for the staff and community that supports them.  http://artofidealism.wordpress.com/

7.  Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. – Digial Media/Graphics/Design positions available.

  1.  Post-Grad Opportunity:  Turner Sports’ NCAA Digital group offers college graduates and post-graduate students an opportunity to learn “on-the-job” with an 11-month internship focusing on digital media.  http://www.turner.com/careers#/careers/students-and-recent-grads
  2. Internship Opportunities:  The Students@Work Internship Program provides on-the-job experience to student volunteers. Apply for internships in Atlanta, outside of Atlanta or abroad. http://www.turner.com/careers#/careers/students-and-recent-grads

For more information on the Arts Career Field, please visit:  http://www.dartmouth.edu/~csrc/students/careers/arts.html

 

Career Blitz: Green Careers

Career Blitz: Green Careers

TOPICS INCLUDE:

 1. Resources for the Future (RFF) Summer Internship Program (Washington, D.C) – DEADLINE: 3/2/12
2. Research Assistant – U.S. Climate Initiative – World Resources Institute (Full-Time)
3. Diversity for Sustainability Internship Program – Pacific Institute (Oakland, CA) – DEADLINE: 3/15/12
4. Environmental Employer Spotlight: Addison: Brand Strategy & Communications Design
5. Land Reform Summer Research Internship – Coal River Mountain Watch (Summer)(West Virginia)
6. Full-Time Summer Stream Salamander Field Assistant (Central NH) – DEADLINE: 3/15/12 – PAID
7. Entry-Level Communications Professional – Public Health & Policy – The Cadmus Group
8. 2-Yr. Environmental Fellowship; Summer Environmental Internship – DEADLINE: 3/26/12

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1.  Resources for the Future (RFF) Summer Internship Program (Washington, D.C) DEADLINE: 3/2/12
Nonprofit organization specializing in research, policy analysis, and public education on environmental, energy, and natural resource issues, offers summer internships for outstanding undergraduate and graduate students. Varying internships for Summer 2012 (Climate & Energy Law, Shale Gas Development, Climate & Cities, Land Conservation). Deadlines: 3/2/12. www.rff.org/internships/summer

2. Research Assistant – U.S. Climate Initiative – World Resources Institute (Full-Time)(Washington, D.C.)
The U.S. Climate team provides research information to policymakers. The Research Assistant will join a team in Washington, D.C. focused on opportunities for federal agencies and states to drive reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. Visit http://www.wri.org/careers for information on how to apply.

3. Diversity for Sustainability Internship Program – Pacific Institute (Oakland, CA) – DEADLINE: 3/15/12
California-based environmental research non-profit seeking applications for Summer Diversity for Sustainability Internship Program for Summer 2012. Student participant will gain research skills, develop knowledge about environmental issues (i.e., water shortage, habitat destruction, and global warming). Deadline: 3/15/12. http://bit.ly/xug3X7

4. Environmental Employer Spotlight: Addison: Brand Strategy & Communications Design
Interested in sustainability but also passionate about media, communications, publishing, and branding? Addison specializes in brand strategy and communications design and has a team solely dedicated to communications about sustainability and corporate social responsibility. Visit their website for more information: http://www.addison.com/

5. Land Reform Summer Research Internship – Coal River Mountain Watch (Summer)(West Virginia)
Coal River Mountain Watch is an environmental justice organization fights mountaintop removal coal mining and researches impacts of the coal industry on community health and safety. Upper-level undergraduate interested in law, geography, and/or land use will participate in a research project focusing on plausible strategies for land reform and property tax reform. http://bit.ly/AEgKej

6. Full-Time Summer Stream Salamander Field Assistant (Central NH) – DEADLINE: 3/15/12 – PAID
Assistant’s primary duties will involve surveys of stream salamanders and brook trout in headwater streams of central New Hampshire. Housing is provided in Hubbard Brook, NH. http://bit.ly/wLLMkc

7. Entry-Level Communications Professional – Public Health & Policy – The Cadmus Group
Entry-level communications position at Cadmus Group that can provide support on environmental, public health, and indoor air quality issues for clientele at the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Cadmus helps government, non-profit, and corporate clients address critical challenges in the environmental and energy sectors. Apply directly to Job ID #: 733 at http://bit.ly/pPvzkr

8. 2-Yr. Environmental Fellowship; Summer Environmental Internship – DEADLINE: 3/26/12
EnvironmentAmerica is seeking candidates for a 1) 2-Year Fellowship, and 2) a Summer Environmental Internship. Environment America’s mission is to research and advocate the policies and build and mobilize the public support necessary to win positive change for our environment. See DartBoard for more information! Deadline is 3/26/12.


 

Career Blitz: Government/Public Policy

Topics Include:

  1. Undergraduate Fellows Program, Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy ; Columbia University
  2. Public Service Fellows Program, Partnership for Public service
  3. Summer Internship, Future of Music Coalition
  4. Code for America, Fellowship Program (Post-Grad) (11mos.)
  5. Summer 2012 Political Fellow, Women’s Campaign Fund
  6. Center for Immigration Studies Internship Program
  7. Research Assistant, U.S. Climate Initiative; Washington DC

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1. Undergraduate Fellows Program, Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy ; Columbia University

Provides the opportunity to collaborate with ISERP-affiliated faculty members on ongoing social science research. Gain hands-on experience by working on projects within disciplines such as Sociology, Political Science, Economics, Public Health, and Statistics. All undergraduate students are eligible to apply. Deadline: March 5

Visit the program’s website at: http://iserp.columbia.edu/content/summer-program-undergraduates

2. Public Service Fellows Program, Partnership for Public service; Washington, DC

Opportunity for undergraduate students and recent graduates. Fellows’ duties vary but often include event planning and execution, conducting research, writing and preparing correspondence, and conducting outreach to external partners, such as government agencies and colleges and universities.  Fellows will receive a monthly stipend. Deadline: March 9

For more information: https://apps.ourpublicservice.org/fellows/default.aspx

3. Summer Internship, Future of Music Coalition

Future of Music Coalition is a national non-profit education, research and advocacy organization that identifies, examines, interprets and translates the challenging issues at the intersection of music, law, technology and policy. Recent internships areas include: communications, events, and policy. Deadline: March 16 

http://futureofmusic.org/positions-and-internships

4. Code for America, Fellowship Program (Post-Grad) (11mos.)

Talented web developers, designers, and entrepreneurs leverage the power of the internet to make governments more open and efficient, and in doing so, they become civic leaders able to realize transformational change in government with technology. Fellows work to help cities innovate, and receive the training and support to be positioned as a leader in business, public service, or both. Deadline: March 18

Visit: http://codeforamerica.org/fellows/

5. Summer 2012 Political Fellow, Women’s Campaign Fund; Washington, DC

The Women’s Campaign Fund is dedicated to advancing the political participation and leadership of women who support reproductive health choices for all. WCF, founded in 1974, is a non-partisan national network dedicated to achieving parity for women in public office. Fellows work 36 hours a week and will receive a $500 per month stipend. Deadline: April 1

http://www.wcfonline.org/fellowship

6. Center for Immigration Studies Internship Program

The Center for Immigration Studies is the nation’s only think tank devoted exclusively to the research of U.S. immigration policy and is a leading voice in the drive to inform policymakers and the public about immigration’s far-reaching impact.  Undergraduate interns are accepted for all semesters.  Interns assist the Center’s staff with a variety of research, media relations, and administrative tasks. Applications are accepted year-round.

http://www.cis.org/InternshipProgram

7. Research Assistant, U.S. Climate Initiative; Washington DC

WRI’s Climate and Energy Program seeks a research assistant to provide research, analysis, and other support. The U.S. Climate team works to provide timely, accurate, and non-partisan research information to policymakers at both the state and federal level. Join a team focused on opportunities for federal agencies and states to drive reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.

For more information, view: https://careers-wri.icims.com/jobs/1225/job

For additional resources, visit: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~csrc/students/careers/govt.html

 

Full-Time Summer Stream Salamander Field Assistant (Central NH) – DEADLINE: 3/15/12 – PAID

2012 Summer Stream Salamander Field Assistant (Central NH)

POSITION
One seasonal Wildlife Technician position is available to work in the lab of Dr. Winsor Lowe at the University of Montana.  Fieldwork will be conducted at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest in central New Hampshire.

DURATION and HOUSING
The position will last approximately three months, starting mid-June and ending in late August / early September.  Housing is provided at Hubbard Brook in New Hampshire.  Round-trip transportation to New Hampshire along with travel to local field sites is provided.

JOB DESCRIPTION
The technician’s primary duties will involve surveys of stream salamanders and brook trout in headwater streams of central New Hampshire.  The technician will also assist in setting up and maintenance of artificial stream experiments at the field site.  Work will be in the White Mountains of New Hampshire and technicians should expect to hike to field sites in rough terrain, get wet from working in headwater streams, handle salamanders, use a handheld GPS unit, and experience East Coast humidity and heat. The technician will also be expected to develop and conduct an additional side project of his/her choice under the guidance of the project leader. The technician will be a part of a three-person field crew, thus the successful applicant should work well with others.  Prior fieldwork experience is preferred, but not required.

PAY:  $10.00/hour, 40-hour work week.

LAST DATE TO APPLY:  March 15, 2012, or until position filled.

CONTACT:  Send a cover letter, resume and contact info for at least 2 references to Jon Davenport, jon.davenport@mso.umt.edu