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


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: 

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:

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:

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:

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.

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:



Topics Include:

  1. Priority Productions, Inc. (NY, NY
  2. The Juilliard School Professional Intern Program
  3. Americans for the Arts – Washington, DC.   
  4. Art Tour Guide – HipHost Los Angeles, CA
  5. Nevada Museum of Art Internships
  6. Seattle Art Museum Internships.
  7. Noble Entertainment Media Inc.
  8. Dartmouth Alumni in Entertainment and Media (DAEMA
  9. Junior Designer at Borsa Wallace, Inc.
  10. Interested in Publishing?  UPNE

1. Priority Productions, Inc. (NY, NY).  Possible internships for students who are generally curious, interested in art and culture, documentary film and willing to work hard to learn.  Contact Howard Weinberg, 212-222-9539, E- mail:,    Websites:

2. The Juilliard School Professional Intern Program:  It is a practical “hands-on” experience working directly with technicians and administrators in their respective fields.  Check all opportunities out at:    *MAY 1 (though should apply earlier.)

3. Americans for the Arts – Washington, DC.   The Americans for the Arts Internship Program offers undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to investigate and participate in the operations of the nation’s leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts in America [Apply Online:]

4. Art Tour Guide – HipHost Los Angeles, CA HipHost is looking for motivated artist to provide art tours!

5. Internships at the Nevada Museum of Art  Internships at the Museum are available in the Curatorial, Education, Communications, Advancement departments. Internships are open to everyone and are filled depending on the requirements of the available position(s). International students are welcome to apply for an internship; however the applicant is responsible for all visa requirements and arrangements that are needed. Applicants are welcome to apply for more than one internship at a time.

6.  Seattle Art Museum Internships.  Varied Deadlines.  Numerous different internships available during four terms (quarters) per year. Check out the internship page at:

7. Noble Entertainment Media Inc. is looking for smart, reliable interns with an amazing work ethic and a sense of humor. We are a growing Management firm in Hollywood and handle a variety of entertainment and celebrity clients.  Check out the listing at:

8. Dartmouth Alumni in Entertainment and Media (DAEMA). DAEMA is celebrating its fifth anniversary since its founding in 2006 by Jason Hsiao & Jethro Rothe-Kushel.  DAEMA has gained the strong support of the Film & Television Studies Department, the Theater Department, the Dartmouth Film Society, and the Alumni community at large.  Stay in touch with the alumni:

9. Junior Designer at Borsa Wallace, Inc.  Branding & Corporate Identity, CSS, Design, Marketing, Motion Graphics, Packaging, Product Development, Public Relations, Web Design.  See posting through AIGA Design Jobs

10.  Interested in Publishing?  Did you know that Dartmouth College is one of the institutions involved in the University Press of New England (UPNE)

For more information on Careers in the Arts, check out: 




Road to the Show April 18, 2012 – If you are SERIOUSLY considering sports as a career.

FOR STUDENTS: who are interested in sports, marketing, sales, and all facets of a professional franchise.  The following is a great opportunity to see the inside workings of a professional sports organization.

Who: “Road to the Show” is designed for students who have an interest in sports, marketing, sales, accounting, finance, legal, or any facet of running a professional sports franchise. The event is open to undergraduate and graduate students as well as faculty and staff from local colleges and universities.


What: A night for students to come to Fenway Park and enjoy a Red Sox game while also learning what it is like to work for a successful business from senior level Red Sox Executives. Students will receive:
A Standing Room Only ticket for the 4/18 game vs. the Rangers ($20 value)
A moderated Q&A session with Senior Red Sox Executives (exact attendees TBD)
A special guest credential that includes information about Red Sox related internship programs
A private, pre-game party on the Right Field Roof Deck from 4:45 PM to 5:30 PM with breakout discussions based on student interests with approximately ten senior level Red Sox employees
A raffle that includes ticket upgrades and autographed items
Opportunity to take photos with the 2004 and 2007 World Series trophies
A visit from Wally the Green Monster

Where: Fenway Park. Students will be asked to arrive at Gate B (Corner of Ipswich St. and Van Ness St.)

When: Wednesday, April 18, 2012 at Fenway Park. Boston Red Sox vs. Texas Rangers at 7:10pm
3:45 PM: Students arrive at Fenway Park Gate B (corner of Ipswich St. and Van Ness St.)
4:00 to 4:45 PM: Q&A session moderated by a Red Sox broadcaster. Due to the number of students, questions will be submitted in advance at
4:45 PM to 5:30 PM: Private pre-game reception on the RF Roof Deck with Red Sox employees (Concessions items are not included, but are available for purchase at this time).
5:40 PM: Gates open to the public. Note: At this time students have the option to exit the ballpark or remain inside Fenway Park until the game starts

Why: The Red Sox want to provide an opportunity for participants to see what it is like to work for a professional sports organization while also offering a fun night for students to enjoy the Fenway Park experience.

Purchase Information: Tickets are $25.00 per person for Standing Room Only tickets. Colleges or student groups that would like to participate must purchase a minimum of 25 tickets. Participating schools may distribute tickets to students, faculty, and staff in their sole discretion. Please contact Meghan Ryan at or (617) 226-6987 to confirm your participation or if you have any questions.

Non-Profit/Common Good Digest: February 10th, 2012

 Non-Profit/Common Good Digest: February 10th, 2012

 1. Olga Gruss Lewin Post-Graduate Fellowship – DEADLINE: 4/4/12
2. Socially Responsible Internships in Vermont!
3. Class of 1982 Social Entrepreneurship Fellowship – DEADLINE: 2/15/12
4. Religion and Conflict Resolution Intern – Tanenbaum Center (New York City)
5. Hands-On Community-Based Learning Courses! (Dartmouth Resources)
6. Council on Foreign Relations Internships (Spring & Summer)(New York City)
7. What do I do with a major in Psychology? (Web Resource)
8. Program Associate (Entry Level) – International Development Non-Profit (Washington, D.C.)


1. Olga Gruss Lewin Post-Graduate Fellowship – DEADLINE: 4/4/12

The Olga Gruss Lewin Post-Graduate Fellowship supports graduates who have proven leadership in the Dartmouth community and who are pursuing significant acts of citizenship and service to others. For information, visit:

2. Socially Responsible Internships in Vermont!

Interested in working for an organization that is socially responsible? Consider an opportunity over the river in Vermont. View listings with Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility at

3. Class of 1982 Social Entrepreneurship Fellowship – DEADLINE: 2/15/12

The Fellowship is awarded annually to one Dartmouth undergraduate and supports the establishment of new, ongoing initiatives that expand economic and social opportunities for low-income people in the Upper Valley. For information, visit:

4. Religion and Conflict Resolution Intern – Tanenbaum Center (New York City)

An opportunity for a motivated student or recent graduate to help build the growing field of religious peacemaking. For more information, visit:

5. Hands-On Dartmouth Courses! (Dartmouth Resources)

Thinking about next term? Thinking about your next four terms? Consider a community-based learning opportunity at Dartmouth. To learn more at

6. Council on Foreign Relations Internships (Spring & Summer)(New York City)

Varying internships ranging from global health to international governance. Learn more at:

7. What do I do with a major in Psychology? (Web Resource)

Did you know that there are over 1,000 Dartmouth alumni in the Dartmouth Career Network that majored in Psychology and have volunteered to advise students? There are many things that you can do with a major in psychology; call us for an appointment to learn more and take some time to visit:

8. Program Associate (Entry Level) – International Development Non-Profit (Washington, D.C.)

CDC Development Solutions leverages public, private and volunteer resources to strengthen SMEs and the institutions, governments, and industries that drive economic growth in emerging markets. For information:










Arts & Entertainment Specialty Bulletin – February 3, 2012

The following opportunities were found in the Nationwide Internship Consortium (NIC) or Liberal Arts Career Network (LACN):

Summer Mentored Internship for Diversity in the Visual Arts Professions – DEADLINE FEBRUARY 10, 2012!

ArtTable invites female college seniors, graduate students and recently graduated college and graduate students with an interest in arts administration to apply for our *Summer Mentored Internship for Diversity in the Visual Arts Professions*. The program was created to introduce *emerging women professionals* with the range of opportunities available to them and is intended to support women from backgrounds generally underrepresented in the field. Through one-on-one mentoring relationships with ArtTable members, interns have the opportunity to work with an established leader in the field and gain exposure to a range of professional activities.

ARTS INTERNS:  Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill [Post-Bac ONLY (degree required)] – DEADLINE APRIL 15, 2012.

Internships Available:  The intern is responsible for the smooth, safe and efficient running of workshops and for daily maintenance of studio and grounds. Studios require quick breakdowns and set ups between classes with attention to the detailed requirements of each class including the number of students.

2011-2012 Professional Internships and Fellowships Program Shakespeare Theatre Company at the Harman Center for the Arts [Post-Bac ONLY (degree required)].

Each year, over a thousand early career theatre artists, technicians and professionals, nationally and internationally, compete for two dozen internships and fellowships offered at the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, D.C. Members of the intern/fellow company work alongside some of the most renowned artists and professionals in the world to produce and support the main stage season at the nation’s premier classical theatre.

Arts and Business Council of New York – Internship Opportunities.

Americans for the Arts recognizes that on-the-job experience can play an important role in advancing the careers of arts, nonprofit, and cultural leaders. Likewise, we know that our organization benefits from the creativity and curiosity of students and professionals who join our ranks. Our internship program takes great care to offer opportunities that make the most of those mutual goals. We also hope to create relationships that last well beyond any single project or term. We welcome your application and look forward to learning more about your interests and aspirations.

B-HIP – Berkshire Hills Internship Program – DEADLINE MARCH 1, 2012.

The Berkshire Hills Internship Program (B-HIP) is an intensive arts management internship program that combines hands-on work experience with classes taught by arts administration faculty, TalkBacks with the area’s leading arts professionals, and the chance to fully participate in cultural events throughout Berkshire County.  B-HIP offers educational and career advancement opportunities that are hard to find elsewhere!

Bravo! Vail Valley Music Festival – Summer 2012 Internships.

Bravo! Vail Valley Music Festival is a non-profit organization providing orchestral, chamber and jazz performances in venues throughout the Vail Valley located in the Colorado Rockies. Our paid internship provides students with an incredible learning opportunity for individuals seeking a career in marketing, events production, development and arts administration.

This is only a sampling of what is available. Log into DartBoard and cruise the Internship databases (nic & lacn) to what other opportunities are available.  There are a total of 350 internships in these 2 databases (lacn = 2223 & nic = 127).


Connect with Alumnae who have listed Arts/Entertainment as their Field of Work in the Dartmouth Career Network (Total = 610).  To make your search more fruitful, modify with Field of Specialty: 

  • Administration (95)
  • Marketing/Marketing Research (9)
  • Performing Arts (107)
  • Visual Arts/Design (89)
  •  Strategy/management (41)
  • Sports/Recreation (19)
  • Software (4)
  • Sales (17)
  • Research & Development (5)
  • Radio/TV (87)
  • Publishing (24)


Around Dartmouth there are numerous opportunities for students to flourish. 

The Hop:  Hands On Pianos

Kicking off the Hop’s 50th-anniversary season, Hands On Pianos is modeled after other “street piano” projects in cities around the world. The Hop’s version involves 50 instruments; most of them “heavily loved” donated pianos that will be transformed into eye-catching marvels by local artists.  The project will also include a handful of “partner pianos” already in place in schools, community centers and businesses willing to make them available to all comers.

Hood Museum of Art – Check out their Calendar of Events.

All lectures are held in the Arthur M. Loew Auditorium on the lower level of the museum. All events meet in the Hood galleries and are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted. Following is a listing of just a few events coming up:

7 February, Tuesday, 12:30 P.M. First-floor galleries  LUNCHTIME GALLERY TALK:  “Egyptian Art at Dartmouth”   Steven Kangas, Senior Lecturer of Art History, Dartmouth College

8 February, Wednesday, 5:30 P.M. Arthur M. Loew Auditorium ARTIST TALK: A Conversation with Artist Kay WalkingStick  

13 February, Monday, 4:00 P.M. 105 Dartmouth Hall LECTURE:  THE INAUGURAL ANGELA ROSENTHAL DISTINGUISHED LECTURE  “Making Trouble with the Guerrilla Girls” – Speakers: Guerrilla Girls

14 February, Tuesday, 12:30 P.M. Second-floor galleries   LUNCHTIME GALLERY TALK: “Native American Art at Dartmouth: Building a Collection”  Karen Miller, Assistant Curator for Special Projects

Arts at Dartmouth:

At Dartmouth, we have cultivated an environment that nurtures, encourages, and values creativity. We recruit gifted faculty whose love of teaching and artistic talents stimulate students to discover and develop their potential. We bring to campus celebrated artists to perform, to talk about their professions, and to share the lessons they have learned. The arts are integral to our liberal arts curriculum, and we encourage students of all majors to explore them through the many courses and programs we offer.

National Wear RED Day – Today! What opportunities does this present?

Today, February 3, 2012 is National Wear Red Day to raise awareness of the prevalence of Heart Disease in women.  How many of us know someone who has been affected by this? The statistics show that Heart Disease kills more women that all forms of cancer combined.

However, more than raising awareness, there are some great opportunities to do something about this disease.  Occupations exist such as:  research, advocacy, healthy living, fundraising, marketing, volunteer coordinator to name just a few other than the obvious health care profession.  Organizations such as the American Heart Association are very successful due to their volunteer base.  However, they still require employees to make sure their mission and purpose are maximized. Image a career where you can be gratified on a daily basis that you are doing something to help the plight of women in the United States and around the world.

Think outside the box.  How can you fulfill a career aspiration at the same time you are helping people?


Sports Information and Opportunities

Sports Lawyers Association:

A non-profit, international, professional organization whose common goal is the understanding, advancement and ethical practice of sports law. Law student membership is only $75 and reaps many benefits.


All the latest news, job postings and information for the action sports industry.

Currently has 475 Internships listed in all types of sports related positions.  Check it out!  “As a job-seeker, you can apply for no charge (free!) to any position posted on TeamWork Online with any of our clients …. and have your application be reviewed by the employer.”

Undergraduate Sports Business Club (USCB)

The ISBN is an organization composed of students and alumni from each Ivy League institution who either work in the sports business industry, or are pursuing careers in the field. We are currently reaching out to Ivy League alumni in order to provide internship and full-time job opportunities to students in the Ivy League.

Ivy Sports Collaborative on LinkedIn –

The mission of the Collaborative is to facilitate networking and professional development among students, alumni and professionals who either work in the sports industry or are pursuing careers in the field. We aim to promote the sports industry by supporting and fostering growth within our member clubs and affiliated organizations. In addition, we host networking events, present speaking opportunities to alumni, and provide our members from around the Ivy League with access to job opportunities by allowing employers to post internships and job openings through our network.


­Merchandise and Client Services Internship (Full time, college grads only) – Long Island Ducks (Central Islip, NY)

The Long Island Ducks of The Atlantic League of Professional Baseball are currently accepting resumes to fill the position of Merchandise/Client Services Intern for the 2012 season. The start date could be as early as March and the internship would run through early October. Knowledge of Photoshop and Quark a plus, as are experience in retail and customer service. Strong managerial and verbal skills are essential, as is the ability to work well in a dynamic, small-office environment. The successful candidate should be dependable, able to handle multiple tasks, work long hours (weekends & evenings included), be willing to get his/her hands dirty, and assist the Merchandise Manager in:

• Managing the daily operations of one of the most successful merchandise stores in minor league baseball (register use, financial responsibilities, staffing concerns, etc).
• Preparation of all ‘Proof of performance’ pieces for sponsors
• Interacting with fans in a customer friendly fashion.
• Learning and teaching customer service and sales skills
• Serving as support staff for all other departments on an “as needed” basis. This includes: Sales calls, mascot appearances, tarping the field, and much more…
College Graduates only. This internship pays an $800 per month stipend.
A detailed cover letter should accompany the application.  (Found through

Internship Notification – AHL Teams (Various Locations, NA)

From time to time, the teams in the AHL will be looking for interns. Make sure your email is correct and you check off the notification boxes, otherwise we cannot send you job notifications. Once you receive notification of a job, you must come back to the site to reapply.Entering your record here does not make you an applicant to any position and is not viewable by any team. If you complete your application and then press “edit your information” you can be notified of full-time positions as well. Please complete the application first and then modify it to include notifications for full-time positions if you are in your final year of college or graduate school.  (Found through

Churchill Downs Technology Initiatives Company is looking for a Senior Mobile Application Engineer

Senior Mobile Application Engineer  We ( are looking for a senior mobile application engineer to lead the iPhone, iPad, Android, and other Smart Phone web application design, development and ongoing enhancements for an online, customer-facing sports wagering platform and live-video delivery as well as complementary consumer entertainment applications.  (Found through

Entertainment Intern – Lansing Lugnuts (Lansing, MI)  – Spring Term opportunity.

JOB SUMMARY:  The Entertainment Intern(s) will focus in the Marketing Department, primarily relating to the areas outlined below. The Entertainment Intern(s) will work as part of a team of 5 to assist the marketing department with all facets of its operation and play a significant role in assisting Box Office, Retail, Front Desk, and Operations departments as needed during the day.

The Lansing Lugnuts are seeking a team of highly motivated, creative students, and can often work around a college class schedule. The Entertainment Interns will only work during Lugnuts’ 71 home games from 9am until the conclusion of the game. Games are played on nights, weekends, and holidays. The 2012 Lugnuts schedule can be previewed at  (Found through

Internship Notification – AEG (Various Locations, XX) –

If you wish to be notified of internship opportunities as they arise please press the “apply” button below and check mark off the “notify me” boxes on the application so we can notify you when positions open that interest you. You will not be considered an applicant to any position unless you apply for that position. Make sure your email address is correct and updated on a frequent basis or we cannot guarantee notification. If you have already submitted information into this program, for updating your information, you should press the EDIT YOUR INFORMATION text at the top of the page. Thank you.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. When are you available for an internship?






JOURNALISM NEEDS YOU! Friday, Feb. 3rd @ 3:30 PM

“JOURNALISM NEEDS YOU!” – A Career Conversation

FEB. 3 (Friday) – 3:30 PM

Career Services Workshop Room

Guest:  Joe Mathewson – Dartmouth Alumnus & Trustee Emeritus

Professor of journalism law and ethics, and business reporting and writing – Northwestern’s Medill  School of Journalism Business editor of the Medill News Service

Journalism opportunities are expanding, on the Web and around the world, and there’s an ever-increasing appetite for news, which calls for real reporters and writers, not just aggregators.

*****R.S.V.P. at wejoinin (

Bio: Reporter for The Wall Street Journal in New York, Washington and Chicago; covered Congress, U.S. Supreme Court, Justice Department, Federal Trade Commission, politics, business, stock market.  Reporter, political editor for WBBM-TV.  Author of The Supreme Court and the Press: The Indispensable Conflict (2011); Up Against Daley (1974), numerous op-ed pieces for the Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun-Times; contributor to articles on significant Chicago lawyers and Supreme Court cases.  Practiced law in Chicago for 12 years.

Science Opportunities

Summer Programs

Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP), University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine  Deadline: March 1 

  • Provides stimulating and rewarding research opportunities for undergraduates considering graduate education in biomedical research.  All students receive a competitive stipend of $3,500 for the ten-week program. To apply:

Global Environmental Microbiology Summer Course ,Center for Dark Energy Biosphere Investigations, Deadline: March 1 

  • Don’t you want to come exploring? You don’t have to travel that far – only off the coast of California to Catalina Island. Come and get your “feet wet” in microbial ecology and learn what bacteria are, how they work, and what they do. Explore DNA, genetics and genomics and their potential function in the environment. Figure out how microbes are used – not just for wine and cheese. Visit:

Food Science Summer Scholar Program, Cornell University  Deadline: February 15

  • A 10 week undergraduate research program. Have the opportunity to: participate in field trips to large and small food industries;  discuss topics such as Ethics in Food Science, Applying for Graduate School, Product Development, and Learning from Research; learn about food science career opportunities; meet with food science representatives from industry, government and academia; develop research presentation skills. For more information:

Research Opportunities

NIEHS Undergraduate Summer Training in Environmental Toxicology, University of California Deadline: February 17

  • Study the harmful effects of chemicals on human health and the environment in this unique science that combines the principles of biology and chemistry. Students work full time in research labs on projects of mutual interest, participate in lab research conferences, present written and oral reports on their work, attend seminars on special topics and receive independent study credit. For undergraduates who are considering graduate school and careers in environmental health sciences. Visit:

REU on Smart Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), National Science Foundation (NSF), Deadline: March 2

  • 8-week program, held at Auburn University. The research assistants collaborate with their advisers and are expected to contribute to unmanned flying. You will do extensive reading on a new research topic and you will additionally design and execute experiments. Up to $8,000 in compensation.  To view the application, visit:

Summer Undergraduate Research, Research in Wireless Communications, Montana State University Deadline: March 15

  • Program highlights: 10 wk program (June 6-August 12), $4,000 stipend, state of the art wireless research facilities.  Requirements: US citizen/permanent resident status, Sophomore/Junior/Senior in related engineering or science field.  For more information, visit:

Job Opportunities

Science Journalist, Journal of Young Investigators (JYI)

  • The Science Journalist position, like most JYI staff positions, requires an average commitment of at least 5 hours per week. All communication is via internet or phone, so no geographical constraints exist – Science Journalists may live anywhere in the world. All JYI staff are expected to check their email daily and respond promptly if necessary. Science Journalists should have an interest in conveying topics related to science, technology, medicine, and the policies or laws affecting the same to a broad audience in a captivating style. For more info on JYI and available positions, see:

Global Health World Fellow, Unite for Sight

  • Provides an opportunity to engage in high impact front-line global health programs.  The Global Health World Fellow works from our New Haven office that overlooks the Yale campus. In this full-time paid job position, the Fellow works closely with Unite For Sight’s CEO on global health programming. This position requires a minimum commitment of at least one year.  For more information:

Internship Opportunities

Parallel Computational Science (SIParCS) Intern, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research Deadline: February 3; Location: Boulder, CO

  • The SIParCS Program at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) offers graduate students and undergraduates who have completed their sophomore year significant hands-on R&D opportunities in high performance computing (HPC) and related fields that use HPC for scientific discovery and modeling. This program embeds students as summer interns in the Computational and Information Systems Laboratory (CISL), an organization within NCAR charged with provisioning supercomputing and data systems to the geosciences research community, as well as conducting research and development in computational science, data analysis, scientific visualization and numerical modeling.

       There’s more opportunities at UCAR! Check  out:

Nuclear Engineering Science Laboratory Synthesis (NESLS) Deadline: February 28.

  • Cooperative research initiative geared toward students working in physics and nuclear engineering applications. The award is an appointment of approximately 10 weeks. Maximize engineering abilities through cooperative research with mentors at national laboratories. Weekly Stipend (look at website for stipend rates). Undergrads & Graduates eligible. For more information:

Apply Now for Community Service Internship for Spring (& An Alumni Mentor)

Want an internship in Community Service — and an alumni mentor to boot? Apply to spend a leave term as an intern with the Dartmouth Partners in Community Service program. The deadline for Spring Term applications is February 6. (You’ve got two weeks to put your application in!)

The Dartmouth Partners in Community Service (DPCS) mission is to inspire Dartmouth students to join with Dartmouth alumni and their families in addressing problems facing our society. The DPCS program allows Dartmouth students to invest in their civic growth, personal growth and liberal education by participation in full-time, leave-term community service internships. Interns are matched with Dartmouth alumni, who serve as mentors for the interns.

For more about the DPCS program, visit the program website here.