Google Fall Internships – DEADLINE TO APPLY: May 29th @ 11:59PM

The Career Services Office received the following information about some great opportunities available at Google’s Mountain View location – read on:

Google is excited to offer fall internships for undergraduates in the Class of 2014 at our Mountain View location. For students with the ability to spend the academic term away from campus, this fall internship experience provides them with the opportunity to experience a business career at Google. The 10-12 week paid internship will bring interns to Google between September and December to work on a team completing a project that will make a difference.

The fall internship experience includes:

  • Impact: work with one of Google’s teams on an important business project
  • Exposure: get a first-hand look at the business side of a technology company
  • Development: learn from Googlers on your team, in your organization, and across the company
  • Fun: Experience and contribute to a core part of Google’s unique culture


To view current opportunities, review minimum qualifications, and to apply, visit http://www.google.com/intl/en/jobs/students/sga/undergrad/internships/uscanada/ and submit your resume and transcripts by Tuesday, May 29 at 11:59PM PST. A cover letter is optional. Students selected for interviews will be notified by email with additional information.

We’re looking forward to learning more about you and reviewing your application.  

CAREER BLITZ: Science

Topics Include:

  1. Lung Cancer Research Foundation; Intern (NY)
  2. South Slough NERR; Research Internship (Charleston, OR)
  3. eHealth Initiative; Research Assistant Internship (DC)
  4. NAVIGANT; Consultant – Energy Efficiency, Demand Side Management (POST GRAD)(San Francisco)
  5. SRI International; Student Associate – Human Sleep Lab (Menlo Park, CA)
  6. U.S. Geological Survey (USGS);  Ecologist (POST GRAD)(San Diego, CA)
  7. Karen E. Wetterhahn Science Symposium

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1. Lung Cancer Research Foundation; Intern (NY)

For current students OR recent graduates. Supports research studies and activities focused on developing innovative strategies for better treatments, screening and prevention of all cancers of the lung. Deadline: May 28  http://bit.ly/Kgyxkd

2. South Slough NERR; Research Internship (Charleston, OR)

The South Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve is a 5,000 acre natural area located in the Coos estuary on the south coast of Oregon. Work will include a mix of office and field-based activities. Deadline: June 15  http://1.usa.gov/JXweU7

3. eHealth Initiative; Research Assistant Internship (DC)

For current students OR recent graduates. eHealth Initiative is independent non-profit organization whose mission is to improvement the quality, safety, and efficiency of healthcare.  http://bit.ly/Mspxwo

4. NAVIGANT; Consultant – Energy Efficiency, Demand Side Management (POST GRAD)(San Francisco)

NAVIGANT is a specialized, global expert services firm dedicated to assisting clients in creating and protecting value in the face of critical business risks and opportunities. Consultants work with clients involved in a wide range of energy-related activities.  http://bit.ly/LkktLj

5. SRI International; Student Associate – Human Sleep Lab (Menlo Park, CA)

Trained in polysomnography assessment procedures, electrode application, laboratory set-up, subject recruitment, and data entry.  http://bit.ly/KYQa9W

6. U.S. Geological Survey (USGS);  Ecologist (POST GRAD)(San Diego, CA)

Responsible for planning the endangered species management and population ecology.

Write articles. Manage and coordinate the work of biological technicians.  http://1.usa.gov/KzkklQ

7. Karen E. Wetterhahn Science Symposium

Thursday, May 24 @ 4pm, Oopik Auditorium

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Mary Lou Guerinot, “Metals, Mutants and Mayhem”  http://bit.ly/JlWIlT

8.  For additional science opportunities, visit:  http://bit.ly/IsyKxU

Marketing/Branding Internship – OPEN ‘TIL FILLED

Dates:  Fall 2012 – Spring 2013  (Must be on campus Fall, Winter, and Spring)

Location:  Dartmouth College Career Services, 63 South Main Street, Suite 200 (Bank of America Building)

 

 

Requirements:

  • 10 hours/week, flexible schedule
  • Able to work evenings and weekends as required
  • Organizational and planning skills
  • Able to handle multiple priorities
  • Customer Service Orientation
  • Previous Brand and/or Marketing experience, an asset
  • Demonstrated computer skills (Adobe & MS Publisher)

Internship Description

The Marketing/Branding Intern will:

  • Design and implement innovative communication strategies
  • Initiate strategic plan for showcasing Career Services resources and student usage of such by
    • Providing student ‘voice’/experience for journalistic or feature publicity
    • Preparing materials for informational tables, special workshops/events and programs
    • Representing Career Services at events and programs
    • Managing and creating content for Career Services’ Facebook page, and other online media.
  • Design advertising and marketing materials to promote workshops, special events, unique opportunities (internships, jobs, grad programs) and services
  • Assess communication technologies and actively engages in Office-wide reviews of web content/presentation and online media.
  • Assist Outreach/Public Relations Intern to offer First-Time User Tutorials and Internship Search Tutorials
  • Prepare reports on a regular basis for supervisor
  • Collaborate with the Outreach/Public Relations Intern to present a cohesive message
  • Other duties as assigned

The ideal candidate should possess open-minded creativity and imagination, a good ear for authentic, persuasive language and a good eye for compelling visual design. As well, possess strong organizational skills, be a self-starter, communicate effectively through verbal, written & creative channels. Furthermore, experience with design technologies (such as Adobe Photoshop and MS Publisher) and social media is essential and familiarity with Dartmouth Career Services would be an asset.

*Please submit a résumé, cover letter, and contact information of two (2) references to kate yee at kate.yee@dartmouth.edu  the position will remain open until filled.  Review of applications will be done on a rolling basis. Get them in soon!

 

Outreach/Public Relations Internship – OPEN ‘TIL FILLED.

Dates:   Fall 2012 – Spring 2013 (Must be on campus Fall, Winter, and Spring)

Location:  Dartmouth College Career Services, 63 South Main Street, Suite 200,  (Bank of America Building)

 

 

Requirements:

  • 10 hours/week, flexible schedule
  • Able to work evenings and weekends as required
  • Organizational and planning skills
  • Ability to handle multiple priorities
  • Customer Service Orientation
  • Goal-oriented and able to work independently
  • Demonstrated initiative and motivation

Internship Description:

This Outreach/Public Relations Intern will:

  • Promote and develop opportunities for the Career Services Office through:
    • Building strong relationships with affinity groups, (including affinity sororities/fraternities) and first generation students.
    • Communicating with OPAL Advisors in support of building relationships with affinity groups.
    • Developing and maintaining relationships with all pre-professional student groups (Dartmouth Law Journal, Dartmouth Black Business Association -DBBA, Women in Business – WIB, Architecture Group, Dartmouth Latino Business Association DLBA, Dartmouth Society of Investment & Economic – DSIE, Dartmouth Sustainability Group and the Social Enterprise and Economic Development – SEED)
    • Assisting Career Services with ongoing priorities as such promoting diversity efforts and offer programming/resources that reflect the diverse student academic and career interests
    • Coordinating and publicizing programs and events in collaboration with Dickey, Rocky, Tucker and DOSCs
    • Identifying and following up new opportunities
    • Monitor perception/public image issues about Career Services by
      • Coordinating with Assistant Director to convene and moderate Career Services Student Consultants working group (which offers a student perspective and feedback to help improve services, processes and marketing strategies)
      • Collaborating with the Marketing/Branding Intern to present a cohesive message
    • Represent Career Services on campus at fairs, information tables, and other outreach/public relations opportunities such as the Employee Networking Fair, on-campus programs, specialty programs, etc.
    • Works closely with Marketing/Branding Intern to advise on publications, posters and media directed to students
      • Offer First-Time User Tutorials and Internship Search Tutorials, and ‘roadshow’ presentations on campus
      • Other duties as assigned

*Please submit a résumé, cover letter, and contact information of two (2) references to Kate Yee kate.yee@dartmouth.edu the position will remain open until filled.  Review of applications will be done on a rolling basis. Get them in soon!

 

Volunteering in the Developing World: Who Helps Whom?

Dissecting the Controversy of Who Benefits

A provocative and open discussion of:

*The impact of volunteer programs in improving the quality of life for both recipients and participants
*Preparation for local integration and stress of adjusting to an unfamiliar environment
*Criteria for choosing volunteer programs
*And an opportunity to network with representatives from international service organizations based in the Upper Valley!

Moderated by Sadhana Hall, Nelson A. Rockefeller CenterPanelists:

  • Megan Brooks, Executive Director, Volunteers for Peace
  • Bernie Benn, Peace Corps, Tunisia
  • Stella Safari, Class of 2013, Democratic Republic of Congo

Co-sponsored by the Developing Country Network (of the Upper Valley), the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center, and the Dickey Center for International Understanding

When Wed May 16 5:30pm – 7pm Eastern Time
Where Haldeman 041 (map)

Paid Internship for Office of Public Affairs: DEADLINE MAY 18th, 2012

Are you interested in Journalism, Communications, Social Media, or any other form of disseminating written information to a variety of populations?  The Office of Public Affairs, right here at Dartmouth College, has a great 3-term paid position that would provide any student the opportunity to develop amazing skills.  Furthermore, you will learn about the internal operations of offices in a higher education institution. All of these are great for the resume.  But hurry, don’t delay – DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION IS FRIDAY, MAY 18th.

The Whitney Campbell Internship in the Office of Public Affairs

The Whitney Campbell Internship is a paid, three-term position in Dartmouth’s Office of Public Affairs. The intern:

  • Writes news and feature stories for a variety of College publications, in print and online.
  • Interviews faculty, students, alumni, staff, and campus visitors for Dartmouth YouTube videos.
  • Helps generate content for Dartmouth social media, such as live-tweeting events for Twitter.
  • Supports the editorial process by generating and researching story ideas, proofreading, fact-checking, and locating photographs.
  • Provides general administrative support as needed. Previous news writing experience desirable.

To apply, submit cover letter, resume, and up to three writing samples to Patty Frechette by Blitz or HB 6006. DEADLINE: Friday, May 18

CAREER BLITZ: Law

Topics Include:

  1. Mesereau & Yu, LLP; Legal Assistant (Los Angeles, CA)
  2. Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP; Private Investment Funds Paralegal (New York, NY)
  3. Child Welfare League of America; Fall Internships (DC)
  4. Juvenile Law Center; Fall Internship (Philadelphia, PA)
  5. FREE Webinar Resources for Students with an Interest in Law School
  6. What do Lawyers Do? (NALP Website)
  7. Pre-Law Advising at Dartmouth

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1. Mesereau & Yu, LLP; Legal Assistant (Los Angeles, CA)

A law firm in Century City seeks highly motivated candidates to assist attorneys with trial preparation in criminal and civil cases. Deadline June 7

Apply at Dartboard ID# 12936:  http://bit.ly/KMhBGI 

2. Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP; Private Investment Funds Paralegal (New York, NY)

Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP is a leading international law firm with 14 closely integrated offices located in major financial centers around the world. The Private Investment Funds Paralegal will provide comprehensive support to the firm’s global Private Investment Fund team and be responsible for handling a wide variety of client and team driven tasks.

For more information:  http://bit.ly/IQmld6

3. Child Welfare League of America; Fall Internships (DC)

CWLA is a national membership organization of more than 1,000 public and private nonprofit

voluntary child welfare agencies. There are Fall Opportunities in the following areas: Practice Standards Intern, Public Policy Internship, Editorial Intern. Deadline: May 30

For more information, visit:  http://bit.ly/J31GUm

4. Juvenile Law Center; Fall Internships (Philadelphia, PA)

Juvenile Law Center’s volunteer internship program provides undergraduates with valuable work experience in the area of children’s rights and an opportunity to contribute to the organization’s work. Applicants should be undergraduates with an interest in child advocacy, law, or policy. Deadline: July 20

Apply at:  http://bit.ly/M3w7cJ

5. FREE Webinar Resources for Students with an Interest in Law School

Review recordings of recently offered webinars, from Michigan State Law

 

6. What do Lawyers Do? (NALP Website)

Lawyers affect our everyday lives in countless ways. They are involved in everything from buying a home, to writing a will, to prosecuting and defending criminals. They counsel, strategize, problem-solve, write, advocate, negotiate—the list is endless.  http://bit.ly/KQabww

7. Pre-Law Advising at Dartmouth

Have you met with the pre-law advisor, Sarah Streit? Feel free to schedule an appointment with her by calling Career Services at 603-646-2215.

For additional legal opportunities, visit:  http://bit.ly/JmlT0F

 

CHI & Partners New York: Summer Account Management Internship

The following is an excerpt from an email that was received by the Career Services office:

” …We are CHI&Partners. We are an agency dedicated to telling brand stories worth hearing. Whether those stories are expressed in advertising, digital platforms, events, social media initiatives… or anywhere else; we make work that creates conversations, incites action, and delivers results.

We are looking for an Account Management intern who is interested in working with our wide-range client base. Ideal candidates are articulate, able to work in a fast-paced and creative environment, and passionate about the advertising industry.

A small stipend is available. Interested candidates should send along a cover letter and resume to samsally.cha@chiandpartners.com.

***Internship is technically for the summer, but we’re open to considering other terms as well

Thank you,

Sam Sally ”

Check out Chi & Partners at:   http://bit.ly/IAhXey

If this sounds like you, do not delay, get into Career Services and have us check out your resume and cover letter before you submit.

 

CAREER BLITZ: Green Careers

CAREER BLITZ: GREEN CAREERS

1. CLEAN ENERGY ASSOCIATE – Environment New Hampshire (Full-Time)(Concord, NH)
2. CLIMATE CHANGE RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES – Association of Climate Change Officers
3. GREEN JOBS & CAREER NETWORK – LinkedIn Group (Web Resource)
4. ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVISM & VIDEO PRODUCTION – Our Task, Inc. (Summer)(Washington, DC)
5. CHINA SUSTAINABLE ENERGY PROGRAM ASSISTANT – The Energy Foundation (Full-Time)(San Francisco)
6. ENERGY VISION SUMMER INTERN PROGRAM – Energy Vision (Summer)(New York City)
7. GEOLOGIST – URS Corporation (Entry-Level)(Minneapolis, MN)
8. RESEARCH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT & OUTREACH INTERN – American Wind Wildlife Institute

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1. CLEAN ENERGY ASSOCIATE – Environment New Hampshire (Full-Time)(Concord, NH)
Environment New Hampshire Clean Energy Associate will be part of a 2-year fellowship (2012-2014) and will receive classroom-style training and will help plan and execute successful campaigns. Learn more: http://bit.ly/IESVyE

2. POST-GRAD CLIMATE CHANGE RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES – Association of Climate Change Officers
Association of Climate Change Officers (ACCO) has two (2) vacancies for a post-graduate Climate Change Research & Program Associate and a part-time Climate Change Research Fellow (Summer 2012). http://bit.ly/IHwxDw

3. GREEN JOBS & CAREER NETWORK – LinkedIn Group (Web Resource)
LinkedIn.com is a fantastic job and internship search resource and when used effectively, you can learn about many opportunities and industry trends. When you become a member of the “Green Jobs & Career Network” group on LinkedIn.com, you are added to a “Green Jobs & Career Network – Newsletter” distribution list where you can receive job and internship postings in your email inbox. Find the group and become a member today!

4. ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVISM & VIDEO PRODUCTION – Our Task, Inc. (Summer)(Arlington, VA)
Gain video production experience while developing knowledge regarding global sustainability issues in an 8-week summer internship with Our Task, Inc. DEADLINE: 6/10/12 http://bit.ly/J99ujP

5. CHINA SUSTAINABLE ENERGY PROGRAM ASSISTANT – The Energy Foundation (Full-Time)(San Francisco)
The Energy Foundation is seeking a China Sustainability Energy Program Assistant (CSEPA) that will serve as a link between the 3-person US office team and the Beijing office staff of 30. Coordinate grants, oversee scheduling and reporting procedures for events. Assist Senior Vice President in communications. DEADLINE: 5/23/12 http://bit.ly/KQnPSe

6. ENERGY VISION SUMMER INTERN PROGRAM – Energy Vision (Summer)(New York City)
Energy Vision is seeking interns to conduct research on advanced propulsion technologies that include different types of alternative transportation fuels (including hydrogen fuel cells, electric vehicles, biogas and algae). DEADLINE: 6/1/12 http://bit.ly/IIcDbA

7. GEOLOGIST – URS Corporation (Entry-Level)(Minneapolis, MN)
URS Corporation is an engineering, construction, and technical services organization that is seeking candidates for an entry-level Geologist position. The successful candidate will prepare scientific documents, perform analyses, and conduct field tasks. http://bit.ly/Jkdlf0

8. RESEARCH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT & OUTREACH INTERN – American Wind Wildlife Institute
The American Wind Wildlife Institute (AWWI) is seeking an intern for Summer 2012 (w/possibility of extension) to assist in the development of a research database and to prepare outreach material regarding latest advances in wind energy and wildlife-interaction research. AWWI is a virtual organization, but has offices in Washington, DC and Burlington, VT. http://bit.ly/JrSWCv

Clean Energy Associate (2-Year Fellowship) – Environment America

Clean Energy Associate (2-Year Fellowship) – Environment America

If you are looking for the opportunity, training and experience to make a powerful and long-lasting impact on the policies that will shape New Mexico’s environment, apply to be the Clean Energy Associate with Environment New Hampshire.  To apply, send a resume and cover letter to: jobs@environmentamerica.org.  

You’ll work to end New Hampshire’s fossil fuel dependence.

As powerful utilities consider building a massive pipeline, called the Keystone XL across the drinking supply for thousands of Americans, and as our lawmakers remove bans on more offshore drilling, putting our coasts at risk, New Hampshire’s oil use continues to rise.

New Hampshire is one of the most oil dependent states in the country. We heat our old, leaky buildings with heating oil, and use very little public transportation. We could be heating our homes with cleaner fuels and investing in energy efficiency to cut the energy we use all together.

Luckily, Environment New Hampshire helped convince the Obama Administration to announce the strongest clean cars standards in the last 40 years. These standards will save XX gallons of oil over the next Y years. To build on that progress we are working to convince our lawmakers in Concord to pass a comprehensive plan to move New Hampshire beyond oil.

Learn more about our work to get off oil at http://www.environmentnewhampshire.org/programs/nhe/get-oil

Environment New Hampshire’s Clean Energy Associate will lead our efforts to demonstrate widespread support for shifting from dirty sources of energy to clean ones, including working with clean energy professionals, public health groups, and small business owners, generating media attention, educating and mobilizing average Granite Staters through face-to-face conversations, and weighing in with the our state legislators.  Environment New Hampshire’s Clean Energy Associate will also develop and run campaigns to protect New Hampshire’s air and shift to clean energy.

You’ll work with one of the leading environmental groups in New Hampshire

Environment New Hampshire is a statewide, citizen-based environmental advocacy group.  Our professional staff combines independent research, practical ideas and tough-minded advocacy to overcome the opposition of powerful special interests and win real results for New Hampshire’s environment. Environment New Hampshire draws on 30 years of success in tackling top environmental problems.  We have led efforts to cut New Hampshire’s global warming pollution, minimize polluted runoff from developers, improve the mileage of new cars and trucks, and much more.  Learn more about the changes we’ve made at www.environmentnewhampshire.org/results.

You’ll learn how to run winning campaigns for the environment

Environment New Hampshire is a part of the Environment America federation, a federation of 29 state-based environmental advocacy groups.  Each year, Environment America hires passionate, talented and committed recent college graduates to join a two-year Fellowship Program, a program designed to give recent college graduates like you the training you need, and put you in the right place at the right time, so you can roll up your  sleeves and make a difference right away.

You’ll work with experienced advocates and organizers to make an immediate impact

If you’re hired to be the Environment New Hampshire Clean Energy Associate, you will be a member of the 2012-2014 Fellowship Program.  As a Fellow, you’ll learn how to help plan, run and win campaigns.  You’ll learn how to research and identify effective solutions to critical problems – those facing New Hampshire’s landscape, and others – and how to build and mobilize powerful constituencies to get behind your campaign.  You’ll lobby lawmakers, publish opinion pieces in major newspapers and on key websites, set up and speak at news conferences, organize town hall meetings and rallies, and run citizen outreach campaigns to educate the public, build membership and raise money for our work.  You’ll even learn how to recruit interns, activists, and future fellows to join Environment America.

In your second year, you’ll polish your skills and take on even more responsibility.  Learn more about the Fellowship Program at www.environmentamerica.org/jobs/available-positions/fellowship-program.

In addition to getting guidance and feedback from your staff director in New Hampshire, you’ll participate in classroom-style trainings throughout the year with other Environment America staff—including some of the nation’s top environmental advocates and organizers—in addition to getting guidance and feedback from your staff director.

The Fellowship is only the beginning

You will develop relationships with lawmakers and community leaders throughout New Hampshire, earn media coverage for important issues, raise funds, build membership, recruit and manage staff and volunteers, and run grassroots campaigns to promote protect New Hampshire’s landscape.  Bottom line: you’ll make a real difference.

After just two years of hard work, you’ll have the skills and experience that will set you apart from most recent college graduates and you’ll be prepared to take on even more leadership at Environment New Hampshire, elsewhere in the Environment America federation, or in the larger environmental community.

Location
Concord, New Hampshire

Qualifications
Environment New Hampshire is seeking a recent college graduate who is ready to commit his or her time, skills and passion to grassroots political action on behalf of the environment. We look for smarts, academic excellence, creativity, top-notch written and verbal skills, and an eagerness to learn. We value leadership experience with campus and activist groups.

Salary and Benefits
As a recent graduate, you’ll earn $23,750 in your first year and $24,250 in your second year of the Fellowship. You’re eligible to opt into our group health plan. You accrue two weeks of paid vacation over the course of your first year, and an additional three weeks in your second year. You’re eligible to apply for college loan assistance after your third month, and to participate in our 401 (k) plan at the end of your first year.

How to learn more and apply
To apply, send a resume and cover letter to: jobs@environmentamerica.org.  Contact Jessica O’Hare, Advocate with Environment New Hampshire, with any questions, at 603-229-3222.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EnvironmentNewHampshire

Follow on Twitter: http://twitter.com/EnvAm