INTERNSHIP with William (The Earl of) Dartmouth – DEADLINE: 7/12/12


 Description of work:

 The internship offers a chance to experience the day-to-day operation of an MEP’s office in the European Parliament (EP), from engaging in the aspects of the legislative process, to working with EP Committees, to drafting speeches and press releases.

A central component of the position will be conducting research and engaging in other legislative activities particularly relating to the EP Committee on International Trade, of which William (The Earl of) Dartmouth is a Member (in addition to being a Committee Coordinator his political Group). There will also be some work related to the Foreign Affairs Committee.

Successful applicants will have proven policy research, IT and organisational skills. Knowledge of French would be helpful but not essential.

Must be in possession of a valid permit to stay in the European Union for the duration of the traineeship if they are not citizens of the EU.

 Place of work: European Parliament in Brussels and Strasbourg

 Duration of internship: 1-3 months

 Start date: on or around September 17, 2012.

 Note: William Dartmouth is a direct descendant of the Second Earl of Dartmouth, for whom Dartmouth College is named.

 Salary: Approximately 1,200 euros/month

 Deadline: July 12th, 2012

 Application instructions:

Email cover letter and resume to:

ON-CAMPUS OPPORTUNITY: Paid Blogging intern for Career Services (10 hrs/wk) – DEADLINE TO APPLY: July 5, 2012

Career Services is looking for a student intern to help develop our blog and strategically drive traffic to our website during Summer & Fall 2012. We are looking for a dynamic, inquisitive writer who is interested in using their writing and research skills in conjunction with technology.   Intern will research career and industry-related topics and trends, recommend articles, conduct interviews, provide commentary and questions, and develop an interactive format to engage readers.  See current blog at


  • Demonstrated writing and online research skills.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in using social media and learning new technology. Prior experience with blogs is preferred but not required.
  • Strong planning and organizational skills, with close attention to detail.
  • Deadline-driven personality who likes to infuse a sense of humor in writing.
  • Eagerness to learn about various careers, the career development process, internship & job search tips, and graduate & professional schools.
  • Able to work 10-15 hours per week on campus during Summer & Fall 2012 Terms.

To Apply:

No later than midnight (11:59 PM) July 5, 2012  email a resume, brief cover letter, and original writing sample to:

Monica Wilson at

Career Services, Dartmouth College

63 South Main Street, Suite 200

Hanover, NH 03755

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, so hurry!

Demand Planning Analyst Position (POST-GRAD) at Green Mountain Coffee Roasters – Deadline to apply July 8, 2012

Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, located in beautiful Waterbury VT, is looking for a recent graduate or alum to fill the Demand Planning Analyst position.  Great opportunity to stay in the beautiful Green Mountains region of New England and enjoy the healthy lifestyle you have pursued while being at Dartmouth.

Do you have experience with performing sales, forecasting and/or marketing analysis in the consumer products industry?  Are you able to work effectively with minimal supervision under tight deadlines and interact comfortably at all levels of the organization? Check out the Demand Planning Analyst Position at:

Highlighted Skills and Characteristics (Please see click here for a complete list):

  • Strong analytical skills with the ability to synthesize data, draw conclusions and then communicate a concise, well thought-out thesis
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work in an ambiguous environment with limited direction and supervision
  • Computer system acumen with the aptitude to learn new software languages is required

Location:  Waterbury, Vermont

Salary:  Competitive and commensurate with recent graduates’ expectations.


Interested in Documentary Film? Available July 12, 2012 near Concord, NH? Read on….

Below is an email received by the Career Services Office at Dartmouth College; If you’re free on July 12, 2012 & close to Concord, NH, sounds like a great way to get some experience…not to mention your name in the credits.

“We are offering radio-TV-film and communications students the opportunity to work on a documentary film that is being produced this summer in every state capital and several other locations in some states.  If students would like to work on the film crew, we would be delighted to have them.  They will not be paid, but they will receive experience and will be listed in the closing credits.

This film project is unique in many ways.  The movie is being filmed in all 50 states and DC in a 143-day road trip covering 16,508 miles (surely a first).  Over 750 people will be filmed, and the project will produce one documentary film, and over 750 videos, including testimony for every state legislature and the U.S. House and Senate.

If you have students who would like to participate, please have them email their resume to, and indicate which day(s) they will be available.

…. We will film in Concord [NH] on July 12, 2012.  The students will need to arrive by 8 am and work until 6 pm.

We hope some of your students will join us.”


William M. Windsor


 Whistleblower Productions

If you are interested in the dates for other parts of the country, please email and I will provide the itinerary for you.

Business & Technology together in a “Cool” Job! Check out an opportunity for a ’12 at Wayfair….

The Career Services Office just got notification about an opportunity at Wayfair.

“…this job opening that our Business Intelligence team just opened. They are hoping to fill it with a 2012 grad. …..The job is really cool: it’s a blend of business & technology, and great for any student with a technical acumen but isn’t looking to be an engineer. “

Look for the position in DartBoard.   Don’t delay…


Topics Include:

  1. Academy of Natural Sciences; Museum Education Public Programs Intern (Philadelphia, PA)
  2. Environmental Defense Fund; Program Associate: Climate & Air Program (DC)
  3. Center for Science, Technology, and Security Policy; Fall Internship (DC)
  4. American Council on Science and Health; Research Assistant (New York, NY)


1. Academy of Natural Sciences; Museum Education Public Programs Intern (Philadelphia, PA)

Development and implementation of natural science based activities and programs for museum visitors.

Contact Lois Kuter, Volunteer Coordinator, for a job description and application: 215 299-1029 or

2. Environmental Defense Fund; Program Associate: Climate & Air Program (DC)-POST GRAD

Provide administrative and research support to the Director of Tropical Forest Policy and other members of International Climate Program- which work to reduce greenhouse gas emissions around the world.

3. Center for Science, Technology, and Security Policy; Fall Internship (DC)

Gain experience through interacting with experts involved with the critique, development and conduct of science and security policy. Requires a strong interest in national and international security issues and how they relate to science and technology. Deadline: August 1, 2012

4. American Council on Science and Health; Research Assistant (New York, NY)-POST GRAD

Research and write original articles and coordinate larger projects on various topics of current interest in public health.


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