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 www.dartmouth.edu/~careerblog

Requirements:

  • 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 Monica.Wilson@dartmouth.edu

Career Services, Dartmouth College

63 South Main Street, Suite 200

Hanover, NH 03755

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

CAREER BLITZ: Science

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)

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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 kuter@ansp.org.

http://bit.ly/KmTFcJ

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.  http://bit.ly/K37hDY

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   http://bit.ly/L4rtW1

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.  http://bit.ly/KErVz1

 

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

 

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!

 

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

Blue Hill Bay Coastal Monitoring Intern – (Bluehill, ME)(Summer & Fall) – PAID

Blue Hill Bay Coastal Monitoring Intern – (Bluehill, ME)(Summer & Fall) – PAID

Post-Graduate Internship

The Marine Environmental Research Institute (MERI), a nonprofit organization based in Blue Hill, Maine, is recruiting to fill a Coastal Monitoring Internship position for the field season 2012. This is a full-time position requiring an 8 month commitment from May through December.

MERI is a scientific research and education organization dedicated to understanding the impacts of environmental pollutants on wildlife and human health, and to interpreting this information to a broad audience. Current projects include a marine coastal monitoring initiative and a long-term eco-toxicological investigation of northwestern Atlantic harbor seals.

This is an excellent opportunity for an individual working toward a career in coastal marine ecology, natural resource sciences, or conservation biology to gain practical experience in the field and in the lab. The ideal candidate will possess a personal interest in marine ecology and ecosystem monitoring and a commitment to the mission of the organization.

Primary Job Responsibility

This position will involve assisting the Research Department with the implementation of the Blue Hill Bay Coastal Monitoring Project. Primary responsibilities will include water quality sampling at fresh and marine water sites, phytoplankton monitoring and identification, laboratory water chemistry analysis, invasive species collection and identification, monitoring pinniped haul out sites and behavior, crewing MERI’s green research vessel, data entry and basic data analysis. Additional duties may include assisting with research outreach activities.

Job Description:  

  • Conduct in-situ water quality monitoring using a DataSonde multi probe and sample collection at marine and freshwater sites throughout the Blue Hill Bay watershed
  • Collect biological samples in the field and identify them in the lab
  • Prepare for each field day by calibrating and maintaining field instruments
  • Perform lab chemistries and bacterial assays following established standard operating procedures and quality assurance protocols
  • Monitoring and recording pinniped haul-out sites and behavior
  • Assist with data entry, updating field logs  and lab maintenance
  • Help run the volunteer water quality monitoring program
  • Assist with preparation of result summaries, reports, fact sheets and presentations
  • Be responsible for the education and training of junior interns and students in monitoring techniques
  • Articulate and promote the MERI mission to the public
  • Perform other duties relating to the organization’s goals and mission as required

Reports to:   Monitoring Project Coordinator

 Qualifications
Applicants should possess a BS or MS degree in marine ecology, environmental sciences, marine biology, conservation biology or a related major. Marine field and laboratory experience, and basic boating skills are required. Experience with spectrophotometers and multi-parameter probes and a familiarity with environmental sampling methods and statistics are preferred. Experience identifying phytoplankton and coastal invasive species is desirable. Applicants must also be able to work outside in a variety of environmental conditions. They must also be comfortable working on a marine research vessel and be available to work occasional nights, weekends, and holidays as needed.

Knowledge of computer software including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel is required; photography, statistics (SPSS), Microsoft Access, EndNote and graphics experience is desirable. Knowledge of Gulf of Maine marine phytoplankton species is recommended. Applicant must possess a valid driver’s license and a good driving record. Only US citizens should apply. Position requires some physical activity and applicant should be able to lift up to 40 lbs, walk carrying fragile equipment on uneven ground.

Time Requirements: May – December (Flexible start) Full-time (40 hours/week); additional hours to be agreed upon by employee and Director. Possibility of extension.

Compensation:  Stipend and shared housing in Blue Hill, Maine.  Housing is within walking distance to Marine Environmental Research Institute. Interns are responsible for all travel expenses and food.

To Apply:
If you are interested in applying for this position, please state where you found the internship posting and submit a cover letter, resume, three references with the subject line “Coastal Monitoring Internship” by April 1st to:

Meggan Dwyer, Coastal Monitoring Coordinator at mdwyer@meriresearch.org

Please, no phone calls.

Marine Environmental Research Institute (MERI)
PO Box 1652, 55 Main Street
Blue Hill, ME 04614
Website: www.meriresearch.org

MERI is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Social Media Intern – Tarte Cosmetics (Spring)

Social Media Internship Job Description

tarte cosmetics, an eco-friendly beauty brand, is looking for a social media intern for the Spring 2012 term.

This  social media internship is a great opportunity to learn the inner workings of a beauty brand whose unique combination of natural ingredients, easy-to-use products, and fashion-forward packaging deliver professional results to the everyday woman.

tarte is looking for someone who is personable and professional as well as driven and energetic to contribute to their social media management through hands-on blogging and social experience. This is a non-paid position, there will be a lot of writing involved.

The ideal candidate is…

  • An innovative and creative self-starter who is comfortable with all major social media platforms
  • A resourceful and organized independent thinker who is able to create interesting, unique, and well written content
  • An avid learner
  • A beauty and pop culture obsessed social media maven!

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Assist with managing tarte’s presence on social platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and the tarte talk blog
  • Monitor activity across various social media platforms and compile analytics
  • Brainstorm blogs, tweets, and social packages and programs
  • Conduct research related to new media, social marketing strategy, and the competitive landscape

Required Skills & Experience:

  • Excellent communications skills
  • Strong understanding of social media and socialnetworking
  • Prior blogging experience
  • Strong interest in the beauty industry
  • Knowledge of HTML or web design BIG pluses!

The office is located directly in the fashion district and offers great learning opportunities.

Please send resume and blogging samples to Koryn@tarte.com

 

Institutional Equity: Summer Analyst Position – Morgan Stanley DEADLINE: 12/2/2011

The Summer Analyst Program generally begins in June, and gives students an
opportunity to undertake the role of Full-Time Analyst in the Institutional Equity Division (IED) at
Morgan Stanley for 10 weeks. The program is designed to provide you with an insight into this division and the chance to develop and master the analytical, quantitative and interpersonal skills to develop an exciting and rewarding career within the Institutional Equities Division (IED). You will have rotations on two separate desks, and undertake project work throughout the summer.

 

 

Summer Analysts participate in a firmwide orientation program, which covers the firm’s
businesses and the transition from academic to a corporate environment. You will be given extensive learning opportunities throughout your internship, commencing with formal classroom technical training, followed by lunch-time speaker series with senior executives, mentorship, networking, charity and social events.

• Sales: work alongside experienced employees to learn how we build our client base and establish and
maintain long-term client relationships. Assist with developing and presenting investment ideas and the
fundamentals of selling and cross-selling the firm’s products.

• Trading: develop and execute trading ideas and analysis, and support all aspects of the market-making trade
execution process, from research analytics on trades to relative value analysis.

• Structuring: use innovative and solutions-based approach to designing both investment and risk management
products across all asset classes.

• Research/Strategy: analyze market fundamentals and liaise with researchers to develop investment
recommendations for internal and external clients.

• Analytics: provide quantitative and qualitative analytics around client revenue and profitability; work
to efficiently manage commission dollars by creating increased transparency around the services that
clients value.

• University students in their penultimate year of study with outstanding academic results; preference towards
financial/business related studies. Students must graduate by June 2013 to be eligible.

• You must have genuine interest and understanding of the Asian financial markets; proficiency in English is
essential and Asian language skills are advantageous.

• You should be well rounded, so be sure to list interests, travel and involvement in school and community
groups, exchange and leadership programs.

• Previous work or internship experience (ideally within Finance) is preferred.

• You must be analytical, quantitative, insightful, adaptive, a quick learner, leader, team player, multi-tasker
and possess a strong work ethic, as well as excellent verbal and written communication skills and a
positive attitude.

First-round interviews with a IED business representative take place over the phone and final-round interviews take place at Morgan Stanley offices in Hong Kong. Assessments focus on the motivation, technical skills and past experiences of students. To prepare, students are encouraged to review the Interview Preparation section of the Morgan Stanley website.

Applications will only be accepted online at http://www.morganstanley.com/careers.

The deadline for applications is December 2, 2011.

• For questions, please e-mail asia.recruit@morganstanley.com