How to Look for Internships over Break

Preparing to kick-off an internship search over Spring Break?

If it’s your first time looking for internships at Dartmouth, here’s a quick overview of Center for Professional Development resources you can use in your search.

  1. Where to Find Internship Listings: Log into DartBoard, accessible through the right-hand menu of the Center for Professional Development homepage. If you haven’t logged into DartBoard before, please follow directions on the LogIn page. To receive regular Blitz Bulletins highlighting opportunities in areas of interest, subscribe to Career Services Emails in the My Profile settings under My Account.
  2. You’ll find a list of internships employers have posted through the “Jobs & Internships” tab. Use the Advanced Search feature and select “Internship” under Position Type to find additional internship listings. If you see an internship listed in the tab under our recruiting program and would like to apply, visit the Recruiting section of our website to learn more about how our recruiting program works and about how to apply. (Note: The first deadline to apply for internships through the recruiting program is January 14, so you have plenty of time to meet with a Career Advisor after classes start if you have questions.)
  3. You can also see additional Internship listings if you search under the “More Jobs and Internships” tab in DartBoard. Be sure to check out leads from the National Internship Consortium (NIC); you’ll also find links to internship boards with government and non-profit opportunities. You can also find reviews of internships held by other Dartmouth students through the Internship Feedback Database.

Alternate sites to search by specific fields of interest can also be found on the CPD website at:  http://www.dartmouth.edu/~csrc/explore/careers/.  These sites have been vetted by staff members of the CPD.

Want to take a stab at putting together or refining your resume before you get back to school? Check out our all-new Resume Guide in the Resource Library of DartBoard. (You must log into DartBoard for access.)

How to Prepare for Career Fair (Tuesday & Wednesday)

We’re looking forward to seeing you this week at the Employer Connections Fair at the TopScreen Shot 2013-09-23 at 8.40.02 AM of The Hop, from noon to 4 pm. Over 100 organizations will be attending to scout for potential employees.

We encourage you to research organizations participating in the fair before you go. You can access the fair directory here. We also recommend using the Library’s recommended resources to study up on organizations that are coming to the fair. Marketline Advantage is especially useful for researching for-profit organizations; check out the library’s non-profit research guide to prepare for meeting with employers in the non-profit room on Tuesday.

Engage, give a warm smile, engage – no need to sound rehearsed, as if you’re reading from a script, but do come up with an opening statement that lets the representative know that you’re not just simply milling around, waiting for someone to come to you and do all the talking.

“Hello. My name is Jane, and I’m a studio art major. I read an article in the Brazen Careerist recently about your graphic design internship being one of the best in the country. Can you tell me a little more about what you look for in an intern?”

Even if you don’t know as much as you should about a company, use openness and enthusiasm to spin a conversation in your favor.

“I understand you are hiring Analysts; what’s a typical day look like for an Analyst?”

Be bold and pull at common threads. From your research, find things you have in common – maybe the employer is a Dartmouth Alum, or perhaps community leader of an organization you’re a member of in college. If you can connect on a deeper level with an employer, they will see you as a person with a vested interested in their company, rather than just another resume in a stack of applications.

Good luck!

Intern for the Earl of Dartmouth (European Parliament)!

Fall intern sought for the Office of William Dartmouth, Member of European Parliament.Europe Day - European Parliament

Description of work:    The internship offers a chance to experience the day to day operation of an MEP’s office in the European Parliament, from experience in EU legislation, the work of the European Parliament to drafting speeches and press releases.  An important task will be research particularly relating to the International Trade Committee of which William (The Earl of) Dartmouth is a Member and also the Coordinator for his political Group. There will also be some work related to the Foreign Affairs Committee of which William is a substitute.

Successful applicants will have proven research, IT and organisational skills. Knowledge of French would be helpful but it is not essential.  Applicants 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:  3 months (possibly prolongation of internship)

Start date:  On or around September 3rd, 2013.

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

Stipend:  Approximately 1,200 euros/month

Deadline:  June 10th, 2013

Application instructions:  Email cover letter and resume to:  william.dartmouth@europarl.europa.eu

Kevin Karp ( EX DARTMOUTH ) Intern for William Dartmouth September 2012 to May 2013 writes

“My traineeship under William Dartmouth at the European Parliament involves senior-staff responsibility and requires succinct exposition of EU policies.  In scope and competence demanded, it is a professional-grade position.  Specifically, I serve as an adviser to Mr. Dartmouth in his work for the Committee on International Trade, or INTA.  Because INTA is arguably the European Parliament’s most powerful committee, and because trade is such an important factor in foreign relations, my work in this particular area has made me into a poised observer of global politics.  In my advisory work I have analyzed draft opinions on European Commission regulations before the Committee, helped determine Mr. Dartmouth’s votes on amendments to those opinions, authored questions to the Commission for written answer, drafted responses to press articles, and written and edited speeches that Mr. Dartmouth has delivered in Strasbourg and the UK.   One of these speeches was Mr. Dartmouth’s address to the 2013 UKIP Spring Conference in Exeter, dealing with the different trade relationships with the EU that exist outside of membership.  I have been turning this speech into a pamphlet that will serve as a template for further research.

Alongside the advisory work for Mr. Dartmouth, I also write policy briefs for Michael McManus, a staff researcher and member of UKIP at the European Parliament.  These briefs cover a wide range of topics in foreign policy and economic issues.  Mr. McManus keeps these briefs on file and provides them on request to UKIP MEPs who need information on such topics before giving speeches or talking to the media.”

DEADLINE TO APPLY:  June 10th, 2013 for Fall Term

Note:  This information was received by the Dartmouth College Career Services Office for promotional purposes and was uploaded with formatting edits only.

 

Career Blitz: COMMUNICATION

Communications-copy2-150x150TOPICS INCLUDE:

  1. Editorial INTERN – Summer –  Clarion Books (NY)
  2. International Marketing Strategy Practice – TribalVision – POST-GRAD & INTERN (MA or RI)
  3. Advocacy Journalism INTERN  – National Education Association (DC)
  4. Marketing: Assistant Account Executive – Lipman Hearne – POST-GRAD (Chicago)
  5. Client Services INTERN – Landor  (Branding) (San Fran)
  6. Market Research & Brand Strategy APPRENTICE – Insight Strategy Group (NY)
  7. Editorial Assistant – Candlewick Press – POST-GRAD (MA)
  8. Global Marketing & Communication Associate – APCO Worldwide POST-GRAD (DC)
  9. Journalism INTERNSHIP – Global Healthcare (FL)
  10. Editorial Assistant/Assistant Editor – The New PressPOST-GRAD (NY)

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1. Editorial INTERN – Summer –  Clarion Books  (NY).  PAID.  Clarion Books is a division of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing. Participate in all aspects of children’s books publishing—from manuscript stage to finished books—and work with the editorial, design, and marketing departments. Duties include clerical work such as maintaining the archival library and editorial files, logging submissions, and some photocopying. Opportunity to correspond with authors and illustrators, sit in on editorial meetings, screen art and manuscript submissions, and write reader reports. Intern will be paid $12 @ hour/16 hrs. a week. Email (no calls please) a cover letter and resume to Anna Dobbin (D alum), Editorial Assistant, Clarion Books at Anna.Dobbin@hmhco.com  DEADLINE:  MAY 31

2. International Marketing Strategy Practice – TribalVision – POST-GRAD & INTERN. PAID. Choose between Cambridge, MA and Providence, RI offices. TribalVision focuses on small to mid-sized businesses. Your client base is international with regular travel to New-York City and occasionally to Europe (Brussels and/or Paris). Responsibilities include: Constructing high-level marketing materials; writing of robust marketing plans; presentation of those plans; client relationship management; strategy Implementation; project management; management of project teams.  Send resume and cover letter directly to Younes Lattenist at (ylattenist@tribalvision.com) or via (http://bit.ly/YyZ9q8), mentioning “International Marketing Consultant” position in cover letter.  APPLY ASAP!

3. Advocacy Journalism INTERN  – National Education Association  (DC) PAID. Report and write articles for EducationVotes.org, a website that engages and recruits activists in the fight for public education. Typical tasks of this position: Contribute to all aspects of article content development, from idea generation to execution to distribution. Research, report, and write articles—may include conducting interviews and traveling to local hearings, press conferences, demonstrations, and other events. Assist staff with research and site maintenance. E-mail send a Cover letter, Résumé, 3 writing samples, and 2 letters of recommendation to: Amanda Litvinov, Campaigns & Elections, 1201 16th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.  20036 at edvotes@gmail.com (letters of recommendation must be mailed to the above address).

4. Marketing: Assistant Account Executive – Lipman Hearne – POST-GRAD (Chicago).  Lipman Hearne helps nonprofit organizations achieve their goals through inspired marketing and communications.  Work with account executives to direct and coordinate assigned project execution of client deliverables in a timely manner. The Assistant Account Executive will have a diverse range of responsibilities that include helping create plans, track budgets, develop marketing strategies, and propose other recommendations for assigned clients. Send a letter of interest and resume to asstacctexec@lipmanhearne.com.   No phone calls please http://bit.ly/18LW9uN

5. Client Services INTERN – Landor  (Branding) (San Fran):  Interns will learn entry-level client project management responsibilities; understand Landor’s branding practices and methodologies and how to apply this knowledge in preparing presentations for both new business prospects and clients.  This also includes competitive and creative brand experience audits.  Interns will assist in supporting the client leaders and their teams with a myriad of tasks, including coordinating field facilities for primary research, tracking projects and writing case studies.  http://bit.ly/11Ft7wP

6. Market Research & Brand Strategy APPRENTICE – Insight Strategy Group (3-6 mos.) (NY). Insight Strategy Group is a research-driven strategy firm that gets to the deeper truth of what drives people and their relationships to brands and opens possibilities for growth. Insight seeks entry-level individuals with social science and marketing backgrounds who demonstrate promise in research (e.g., academic and/or some work experience) to join it as a Market Research Associate or Apprentice and gain valuable applied qualitative and quantitative research experience. The goal in the Apprenticeship program is to identify qualified candidates who can join the team permanently. Stipend & benefits provided. http://bit.ly/10GXnkC

7. Editorial Assistant – Candlewick Press – POST-GRAD (MA). Provide administrative and editorial support to two Executive Editors. Must possess a strong interest in children’s trade publishing; a motivation to learn; flexibility; a sense of humor; excellent English language skills (proofreading, spelling, grammar); and be extremely organized, attentive to details, and able to multi-task and prioritize. Familiarity with Spanish language is strongly preferred. Send resume and cover letter via e-mail to careers@candlewick.com, referencing “Editorial Assistant”.

8. Global Marketing & Communication Associate – APCO Worldwide POST-GRAD (DC). APCO Worldwide, was named the “2011 Large Agency of the Year” and one of the ‘Top Places to Work in PR’. Draft copy, edit and work with designers to create marketing materials and promotional items. Manage inventory control of marketing materials and maintenance of supply distribution globally. Identify and execute advertising opportunities, track results. Assist with creation of company advertisements. Organize and coordinate APCO events.   Apply ASAP ! http://bit.ly/Iwc6cl

9. Journalism INTERNSHIP – Global Healthcare (FL). The Medical Tourism Association is looking for an enthusiastic intern to contribute to the content development of our magazine and other social media channels. Duties include: Interviewing potential authors for the magazine; Contributing to the writing for the news and educational content of the magazine and newsletters; Assisting in distribution databases, add new distribution contacts; Writing content for blogs and other social media channels.  Send resume and cover letter to Cristina Cardona at: cristina@medicaltourismcongress.com

10.Editorial Assistant/Assistant Editor – The New PressPOST-GRAD (NY).  Transmit/track status of New Press manuscripts heading into production. Maintain editorial department files. Write Title Information sheets, catalog copy, and jacket/back cover copy for selected titles. Work collaboratively with all other departments through the publication phase of each book. Read proposals and manuscripts and prepare editorial memos. Correspond as needed with authors and/or their representatives. http://bit.ly/12vBebS

*Paid Fall intern also.

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More resources at COMMUNICATION Career Field:  http://bit.ly/SHIPjI

>>To make an Appointment with a Career Advisor, call 646-2215

 

CAREER BLITZ: International

InternationalTOPICS INCLUDE:

  1. Peace, Trade, & Development Program – July 22 – Aug. 15
  2. International Marketing Strategy Practice – TribalVision – POST-GRAD & INTERN
  3. Germany – Institute for Cultural Diplomacy – INTERNS
  4. Population Services International – Research & Metrics INTERN
  5. Brussels, Belgium – Communications Consulting Team INTERN
  6. Kenya or Senegal – Zidisha – Microfinance INTERNS
  7. Guatemala – Mercado Global – Social Enterprise INTERNS
  8. European Institute – Fall INTERNS
  9. JUNIORS – Italy – Slow Food – Fulbright Scholarship
  10. Shanghai, China – Teach English – Summer and Fall INTERNS

 

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1. Peace, Trade, & Development Program – July 22 – Aug. 15:

Offered by the Monterey Institute of International Studies (CA) this certificate program is taught by  policy and business faculty and exposes participants to topics ranging from trade agreements and negotiations to multinationals, foreign direct investment, and international development. Training sessions will also cover trade-related environmental issues, labor standards, and the problem of money laundering via false trade invoicing. Groups will also travel to international agriculture, financial, and technology organizations on the Central Californian Coast and in the Bay area. DEADLINE:   June 1, but apply ASAP.  http://bit.ly/10fXqGX

2. International Marketing Strategy Practice – TribalVision – POST-GRAD & INTERN (paid):

Choose between Cambridge, MA and Providence, RI offices. TribalVision focuses on small to mid-sized businesses. Your client base is international with regular travel to New-York City and occasionally to Europe (Brussels and/or Paris). Responsibilities include: Constructing high-level;  marketing materials; writing of robust marketing plans; presentation of those plans; client relationship management; strategy Implementation; project management; management of project teams.  Send resume and cover letter directly to Younes Lattenist at (ylattenist@tribalvision.com) or via ( http://bit.ly/YyZ9q8 ), mentioning “International Marketing Consultant” position in cover letter.  APPLY ASAP!

3. Germany – Institute for Cultural Diplomacy – INTERNS:

ICD promotes global peace and stability by supporting intercultural relations through cultural exchange organizations. The ICD Internship Project is to enable young professionals to engage in intercultural relations and promote multiculturalism. Unpaid and lasts 3 – 6 mos.  Interns raise awareness and marketing for the program; acquire speakers and partners for the programs; execute weeklong seminars and events; event documentation – conducting Interviews, reporting and documenting ICD event; Cultural Diplomacy News – conducting Interviews, writing articleshttp://bit.ly/11YbAL4

4. Population Services International – Research & Metrics INTERN (DC):

PSI currently operates in more than 60 countries in Africa, Asia, the Americas, and Eastern Europe. PSI has a portfolio of products and services for reproductive health, HIV/AIDS prevention, malaria control, child survival and safe water. PSI uses data to monitor and evaluate its programs; estimate the health impact of specific interventions; assess value for money and improve intervention cost-effectiveness; and evaluate the health of the markets PSI works to strengthen.  Support researchers to meet their Strategic Plan objectives by helping to create tools and resources for PSI’s staff worldwide. Assist with literature searches, papers, conferences, studies, reports, the monthly newsletter and various administrative tasks. Paid.   http://bit.ly/134bdOl

5. Brussels, Belgium – Communications Consulting Team INTERN:

CNC is an international strategic consultancy which advises large corporations, mid-cap companies, institutions and individuals on all aspects of strategic communications within their individual markets. Monitor EU institutions’ websites and EU-related press with regards to current developments on CNC’s clients and fields of activity. Contribute to the development and implementation of communications strategies and concepts. Prepare briefings and presentations on companies. http://bit.ly/16mbenv

6. Kenya or Senegal – Zidisha – Microfinance INTERNS:

Client Relationship Manager internships meet with Zidisha entrepreneurs at their business locations. Country Liaison Interns may be based anywhere in the world, with flexible work hours to accommodate class or work schedules. This position is focused on managing loan transactions and providing service to Zidisha borrowers. http://bit.ly/10fXJS9

7. Guatemala – Mercado Global – Social Enterprise INTERNS:

1)Community-Based Curriculum Development Fellow 2) Community Outreach & Operations Intern.

Mercado empowers women in rural Guatemala by providing business development support and connecting artisan cooperatives to sales opportunities in the U.S.  The Curriculum Fellow will develop and finalize the community-based education curricula that are utilized in capacity-building workshops. The Community Outreach Intern will gain broad exposure to non-profit management and fundraising, including development operations, donor communication, grant-writing, and research. http://bit.ly/179xPnr

8. European Institute – Fall INTERNS (DC):

The European Institute is the oldest multilateral partnership in the world, being the Europe and U.S.’s  most important trade and investment partner, close political and military allies, and sharing a deep commitment to the rule of law and democracy.  Internships are in the following topic areas: Programs (Defense and Homeland Security; Energy, Environment, and Transportation; Trade and Finance; Telecommunications and Space Technology)Communications (Press; European Affairs – the Institute’s public policy journal; website and blog)  DEADLINE: JULY 1 http://bit.ly/10fXMgK

9.  JUNIORS – Italy – Slow Food – Fulbright Scholarship:

One-year Master’s degree beginning March 2015, for candidates with a special interest in the Slow Food movement and awareness of food culture and food sector issues. The grantee will be enrolled in the University of Gastronomic Sciences, Master’s in Food Culture and Communications: Food Place and Identity. The main goal of the Program (taught in English) is to provide multidisciplinary knowledge in food studies, with an emphasis on sustainability, traditional and quality food production, as well as the communication and promotion of such products.  DEADLINE:  **JULY 1 – Preliminary application is due to the Scholarship Office on campus via Kristin O’Rourke (Parker House) http://bit.ly/134bvF6 . For further information:    http://bit.ly/10x1LlZ

10. Shanghai, China –  Teach English – Summer and Fall INTERNS:

ULearn is seeking International Business Interns who can facilitate Chinese Nationals High School Students with their proficiency skills in English and prepare them for the nuances of admissions requirements to American colleges/universities. 6000RMB per month +housing.  Full internship description can be found in the NIC internship database in Dartboard.  http://bit.ly/VR2w9M

**To schedule an Appointment with an Advisor, call Career Services at 646-2215

CAREER BLITZ: Education

education-150x150TOPICS INCLUDE:

  1. Arizona Teaching Fellows are now accepting applications for our Summer 2013 program!  The FINAL deadline has been extended to April 29.
  2. Achievement First Teachers-in-Residence – Start Date:  July 2013.
  3. The Academy for Urban School Leadership (AUSL)Teacher Residency Program and/or Staff positions
  4. The National School Climate Certification
  5. Tutor Clearinghouse/Academic Skills Center @ Dartmouth:
  6. What Can I Do With my Teacher Education Program?
  7. School Spring has many Summer Opportunities all over the USA
  8. Program Support Intern for TNTP AmeriCorps (Summer 2013)

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  1. Arizona Teaching Fellows are now accepting applications for our Summer 2013 program!  The FINAL application deadline has been extended to April 29. Apply and interview as soon as possible to secure your candidacy. http://bit.ly/14PtgPl
  2. Achievement First – Start Date:  July 2013.  Teachers-in-Residence are exposed to best practices in education reform, gain hands-on experience in the classroom assisting teachers and learn about the administration of a high-performing charter school. http://bit.ly/144Zq8B
  3. The Academy for Urban School Leadership (AUSL)Teacher Residency Program and/or Staff positions – is a non-profit organization that improves student achievement in Chicago’s chronically failing schools through a disciplined turnaround process, built on a foundation of specially-trained AUSL teachers. There are a variety of ways to work with AUSL in providing real change for the children of Chicago.  http://bit.ly/12IcMET
  4. The National School Climate Certification is an advanced educational credential that complements, but does not replace, a State’s teacher/administrator license. http://bit.ly/XWWJS0
  5. Tutor Clearinghouse/Academic Skills Center @ Dartmouth:  accepts applications year round.  Great way to help our fellow students and get some extra practice in the subjects you know well.  http://bit.ly/13uNVTQ
  6. What Can I Do With my Teacher Education Program?  Here’s a great site which outlines all the different roles within an educational environment. Not every person is a “classroom teacher”:  http://bit.ly/12IcRIV
  7. School Spring has many Summer Opportunities all over the USA – the Employment source for Educators.  Check out the result of this search:   http://bit.ly/17SV7da
  8. Program Support Intern for TNTP AmeriCorps (Summer 2013) – Part-time for 30-35 hours/week from June through August, supporting the Teaching Fellows Program. http://bit.ly/11kAUdU

For more information on a career in Education:  http://bit.ly/TlTP85

To make an appointment with a Career Advisor call:  603-646-2215

CAREER BLITZ: Arts

Arts-copy2-150x150TOPICS INCLUDE:

  1. Hachette Book Group. Editorial Assistant (ENTRY LEVEL).
  2. Forbes Media. Advertising Operations Coordinator (ENTRY LEVEL).
  3. Time Inc. Assistant to the Publisher, People Magazine. (ENTRY LEVEL)
  4. NBC Entertainment. Production Assistant.(ENTRY LEVEL)
  5. The Gersh Agency. Agent’s Assistant, Theatre.(ENTRY LEVEL)
  6. Fancy. Summer 2013 Business Development & Operations Intern. Paid.
  7. Creative Q&A: Mary Tai, Sesame Workshop (VIRTUAL EVENT). Mon, May 6, 6:30 PM EDT.
  8. Fusion – ABC/Univision Joint Venture: (Many positions)

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  1. Hachette Book Group. Editorial Assistant (ENTRY LEVEL). Hachette Book Group is a leading trade publisher in the U.S. and a division of Hachette Livre, the second-largest trade and educational publisher in the world. One of their subdivisions, Little, Brown and Company, is looking for an Editorial Assistant to provide editorial and administrative support to the VP and Editorial Director. This role will focus on nonfiction titles (history, biography, current events). http://bit.ly/YQcAit
  2. Forbes Media. Advertising Operations Coordinator (ENTRY LEVEL). Forbes is among the most trusted resources for senior business executives, providing them the real-time reporting, uncompromising commentary, concise analysis, relevant tools, and community they need to succeed at work, profit from investing, and have fun with the rewards of winning. They are looking for a digital media enthusiast to fill an exciting role as an Advertising Operations Coordinator, who will ensure the flawless execution of Forbes’s digital media advertising campaigns. http://bit.ly/11PglFr
  3. Time Inc. Assistant to the Publisher, People Magazine. (ENTRY LEVEL) Time Warner Inc., a global leader in media and entertainment with businesses in television, film, and publishing, uses its industry-leading operating scale and brands to create, package, and deliver high-quality content worldwide. The Assistant to the Publisher of People will be responsible for managing the day-to-day schedule and all administrative functions of the Publisher, as well as those of the Associate Publisher of Digital Ad Sales for People.com. http://bit.ly/ZMSqWU
  4. NBC Entertainment. Production Assistant.(ENTRY LEVEL) NBC Universal is one of the world’s leading media and entertainment companies in the development, production, and marketing of entertainment, news, and information to a global audience. They are seeking a Production Assistant to book travel accommodations, assist on set for shoots, research upcoming guest segments, coordinate interns, and perform other ad-hoc duties as outlined by the Manager. Additional responsibilities will entail reception duties, office management, and facilities and operation contact. http://bit.ly/ZqVRak
  5. The Gersh Agency. Agent’s Assistant, Theatre.(ENTRY LEVEL) The Gersh Agency, a bi-coastal literary and talent agency, is seeking a full-time assistant with strong industry knowledge and experience. The open position is in the Theatre department and begins immediately. In addition to basic administrative duties, this job entails contract and payment tracking, heavy phone volume, maintaining up-to-date script submission records, and some attendance at theatre events and performances. The ideal candidate thrives in a fast-paced environment, can multitask, and is eager to be an active team player in the department. http://bit.ly/12I8Xjc
  6. Fancy. Summer 2013 Business Development & Operations Intern. Paid. Fancy is part store, blog, magazine, and wish list. More than 4 million people around the world use Fancy to discover, collect, and buy from a crowd-curated catalog of amazing goods, wonderful places, and great stores. They are looking for an organized and energetic Business Development & Operations Intern to join their growing team. In this position, you will support various Fancy partnerships, marketing initiatives, and operational projects. http://bit.ly/10doouq
  7. Creative Q&A: Mary Tai, Sesame Workshop (VIRTUAL EVENT). Mon, May 6, 6:30 PM EDT. If you’ve ever wondered how children around the world get to Sesame Street, meet Mary Tai. As a Senior Producer at Sesame Workshop, Mary oversees the creative and production activities for Sesame Street co-productions in China, Indonesia, and Bangladesh, with past work on projects in Brazil, Tanzania, Kosovo, and many other countries. Hear Mary’s story of how she arrived at Sesame Workshop and ask her your questions at our next Creative Q&A, presented live, free, and straight-to-your-computer. Click here to register now:  http://bit.ly/11kvfok
  8. Fusion – ABC/Univision Joint Venture: (Many positions) ABC News and Univision News have formed a far-reaching, multiplatform joint venture designed to inform, empower and inspire Hispanic Americans in English while providing all audiences with uncompromising coverage of current events with a unique perspective. The landmark venture capitalizes on Univision’s expertise in reaching U.S. Hispanics and ABC’s global news leadership to serve over 50 million Hispanics, the youngest and fastest growing demographic in the U.S.  Check out the employment opportunities on LinkedIn:  http://linkd.in/15H79dm

For more information on careers in the Arts:  http://bit.ly/11PhtZP

To make an appointment with a Career Advisor:  call 603-646-2215.

 

 

Career Blitz: Not-for-Profit & Careers for the Common Good

  1. Boston Harbor Island Alliance – Development Intern (Summer 2013), Boston, MA
  2. Do Something – Intern (Summer 2013), New York, NY
  3. Echoing Green – Knowledge Management Intern, New York, NY
  4. Education Pioneers – Summer Internship Program (April 17 Deadline), Oakland, Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Memphis, New Orleans, and DC
  5. Endeavor – International Expansion Undergraduate Summer Program (Summer 2013), New York, NY
  6. Island Fellows – 2 Year Postgrad Fellowship (April 26 Deadline) Maine
  7. Lost in Service: Careers Promoting the Greater Good – Program (Monday April 15, 7:00 PM) B03 Moore Hall (Across from Filene Auditorium)
  8. Skoll Foundation – History of Social Entrepreneurship, Resource
  9. Top 50 Nonprofits to Work for in 2013 – Resource, Nationwide Directory
  10. United States Fund for Unicef – Proposal Development Intern (Summer 2013), New York, NY

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Boston Harbor Island Alliance – Development Intern, Summer 2013, Boston, MA
Assist the Director of Individual Giving in fundraising and development activities, specifically supporting an expanding membership program.
http://bit.ly/17vHMdo

Do Something – Intern, Summer 2013, New York, NY
DoSomething.org, an organization helping teens facilitate social change, seeks paid interns for positions including fundraising, IT, finance, HR and social media.
http://dsorg.us/16SuPcl

Echoing Green – Knowledge Management Intern, New York, NY
Echoing Green is growing as a data-driven organization, and has invested in both systems and talent to help the organization in this effort. The 2013 Knowledge Management Intern will work closely with Echoing Green’s Senior Associate for Knowledge Management on two projects
http://bit.ly/10QYxdM

Education Pioneers – Summer Internship Program (April 17 Deadline), Oakland, Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Memphis, New Orleans, and Washington, CA, MA, IL, TX, TN, LA, D.C.
Gain first-hand experience working for a rapidly growing national nonprofit designed to provide the best and the brightest with an entry-point into education careers.
http://bit.ly/YiiEjy

Endeavor – International Expansion Undergraduate Summer Program, Summer 2013, New York, NY
Help an award-winning nonprofit that supports entrepreneurial initiatives in high growth markets. To date, Endeavor entrepreneurs have created over 200,000 jobs and generated more than $5B in revenue. Help the organization launch new offices around the world.
http://bit.ly/17vHXFK

Island Fellows – 2 Year Postgrad Fellowship (April 26 Deadline), Maine
Build sustainability of Maine’s island and working waterfront communities.  Island Fellows have assisted with topics ranging from public health and affordable housing to curriculum development and sustainable agriculture.
http://bit.ly/17vHXFK

Lost in Service: Careers Promoting the Greater Good – Program, Monday April 15, 7:00 PM, B03 Moore Hall (Across from Filene Auditorium)
Four accomplished professionals from the fields of education, entrepreneurship, and non-profit discuss how they turned their passion for serving others into meaningful, life-long careers. Sponsored by the Rotoract Club and Career Services.
http://on.fb.me/170Z4fs

Skoll Foundation – source
Video on the history of social entrepreneurship
http://bit.ly/Ze5Z0z

Top 50 Nonprofits to Work for in 2013 – Resource, Nationwide
Non-Profit Times review of top 50 organizations to work for based on factors including benefits, employment practices, and employer reviews.
http://bit.ly/1114PrK

United States Fund for Unicef – Proposal Development Summer Intern, New York, NY
Conduct research and assist in proposal and report development for UNICEF programs.
http://bit.ly/170ZBhk

For additional Non-Profit/Careers for the Common Good opportunities, see our website:
http://www.dartmouth.edu/~csrc/explore/careers/human.html

To schedule an appointment with a Career Advisor, call 6-2215.

 

Career Blitz: Government & Public Policy

  1. U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT – Information Session – WORKSHOP, Tuesday April 16 at 12:30 PM, Haldeman 041
  2. City of New York Office of Management & Budget – SUMMER INTERNSHIP, New York, NY
  3. CME Group – SUMMER INTERNSHIP – GOVERNMENT RELATIONS, Chicago, IL
  4. Feeding America – INTERNSHIP (Open Deadline), Chicago, IL
  5. National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP) – SUMMER INTERNSHIP, Washington, DC
  6. Public Policy Productions – DOCUMENTARY PRODUCTION POST-GRADUATE INTERNSHIP (Summer 2013), Palisades, NY
  7. Public Speaking Workshop – EVENT, Friday April 26 at 6:30 PM, Class of 1930 Room, Rockefeller Center
  8. Responsible Wealth – RESPONSIBLE WEALTH INTERN (Open), Boston, MA
  9. The Korea Society – INTERNSHIP, POLICY & CORPORATE PROGRAMS (Spring/Summer 2013), New York, NY
  10. American Job Center – RESOURCE
  11. U.S. Government Office of Personnel Management – RESOURCE

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U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT – Information Session – WORKSHOP, Tuesday, April 16 at 12:30 PM, Haldeman 041
Learn about career tracks, jobs and internship opportunities, student programs and fellowships from a Diplomat-in-Residence with over 30 years in of global experience from Milan to Afghanistan and Pakistan. If you’ve ever dreamed of a career in the foreign or civil service, register and attend. You’ll learn about programs and how to apply.
http://www.wejoinin.com/career.services@dartmouth.edu

City of New York Office of Management & Budget – SUMMER INTERNSHIP, New York, NY
If you really want to see how the city that never sleeps operates, work in the office that prepares the Mayor’s Preliminary and Executive budgets. Work with budget analyst and focus on major projects to support task force initiatives.
http://on.nyc.gov/12IIeFc

CME Group – SUMMER INTERNSHIP – GOVERNMENT RELATIONS, Chicago, IL
CME Group, the world’s largest and most diverse futures exchange, is actively involved in discussions and day-to-day operations of international, federal, and state government. Gain an understanding of the relationship between the business community and government sector, and the interactions and involvement with the different levels of government. Some knowledge of knowledge of political science, economics, political economy, and the financial markets required.
http://bit.ly/10MkZVw

Feeding America – INTERNSHIP (Open deadline), Chicago, IL
Help the largest domestic hunger-relief charity in the U.S. with government relations work including data collection and analysis, report production, lobbying, network surveys, and other special projects.
http://bit.ly/YLG3gR

National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP) – SUMMER INTERNSHIP, Washington, DC
Expand your knowledge of issues and areas that impact the work of state health policymakers. Work in topics ranging from children’s health coverage and health reform to eligibility and enrollment. This is a paid position.
http://bit.ly/1544BWd

Public Policy Productions – SUMMER DOCUMENTARY PRODUCTION INTERN (POST-GRADUATE), Palisades, NY
Award winning documentary production company seeks intern with strong organizational and writing skills. Must be able to take initiative and work independently.  Applicants should also have a demonstrated interest in film, journalism, or public policy.
http://bit.ly/16Ryp4H

Public Speaking Workshop – PROGRAM, Friday, April 26 at 6:30 PM, Class of 1930 Room, Rockefeller Center
Master the basics of communicating as a leader — from eye contact, hand gestures,  and posture to reading body language. Learn effective messaging strategies. Workshop led by Dr. Susan Miller.
http://bit.ly/10T2q2i

Responsible Wealth – RESPONSIBLE WEALTH INTERN, Open, Boston, MA
Work for national nonprofit that puts a spotlight on the dangers of growing income and wealth inequality. Responsible Wealth, a project of UFE, is a network of business owners, investors and inheritors in the top 5% of the US economy who are willing to use their voices to promote greater economic fairness. Help with member outreach, research, social media and other special projects. Part-time and full-time internships available.
http://bit.ly/17rbj88

The Korea Society – INTERNSHIP, POLICY & CORPORATE PROGRAMS (Spring/Summer 2013), New York, NY
Track and research current developments in and around the Korean Peninsula. This position requires a background in international economics or business and a familiarity with Asian Pacific issues. Must have strong research, writing and editing skills and be familiar with social media.
http://bit.ly/XDsnWJ

American Job Center – RESOURCE
New site providing a single access point  for key federal programs and critical local resources to help people find a job, identify training programs, and tap into resources to gain skills in growing industries.
http://1.usa.gov/ZhE40t

U.S. Government Office of Personnel Management – RESOURCE
Interested in an internship or full-time job post-graduation? The government’s programs have recently changed. This fact sheet will give you an overview of how to search for Federal positions.
http://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/hiring-authorities/students-recent-graduates/#url=Program-Fact-Sheets

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Check out the government/policy webpage at http://www.dartmouth.edu/~csrc/explore/careers/govt.html

Make an appointment by calling 603-646-2215

Dartmouth Alumni Entrepreneurs Panel 4/18

“DARTMOUTH DEVELOPS” – Dartmouth Alumni Entrepreneurs Panel

APRIL 18 (Thurs) 4:30 pm – Rockefeller 001

Dartmouth alumni entrepreneurs share their insights on their career paths and what it means to be an entrepreneur.

Bill Bender ’78, Founder, SolaFlect Energy; Steven Reinitz ’09, Co-founder, B.B.R. Medical Innovations, Inc.; Nick Taranto ’06, Co-founder, Plated.com

Moderator: George Philipose ’15, RBEL student leader

Planned & hosted by Rockefeller Business and Entrepreneurial Leadership (RBEL) Student Discussion Group

More info: http://d2u.dartmouth.edu/archive?id=14999