Career Blitz: Non-Profit/Careers for the Common Good

1.            Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences – INTERNSHIP (Winter) (Los Angeles, CA)

2.            dance anywhere – INTERNSHIP, Freelance Writer (PAID) (1/1/13- 4/30/13) (Nationwide – Virtual)

3.            GBC Health – INTERNSHIP (Winter/Spring) (New York, NY)

4.            Project Vote Smart – INTERNSHIP (Winter/Spring/Summer) (Montana)

5.            Public Justice Foundation – INTERNSHIP (Winter) (Washington, DC)

6.            StoryCorps – INTERNSHIP (Winter/Spring or Summer) (Brooklyn, NY)

7.            Atlas Corps – INTERNSHIP (On-going basis) (Washington, DC)

8.            Charter 21 – INTERNSHIP (Amherst, MA)

9.            Coro Fellows Program in Public Affairs – FELLOWSHIP (2013 – 2014) (6 Cities (San Francisco, NY, LA, Kansas City, Pittsburgh, St. Louis)

10.          FYSE – INTERNSHIP (Beijing, China)

11.          Volunteers for Community Aid Program Nepal –  (On-going basis) (Nepal)

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1.  Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences – INTERNSHIP (Los Angeles, CA)
Go behind the scenes at the organization that brings us the Oscars! Assist the Managing Director and team with researching and identifying potential new donors, processing gifts and donor correspondence, drafting proposals/grant applications, data entry, preparing funder reports, managing phones and assisting with events and projects as assigned.

2.  dance anywhere – INTERNSHIP, Freelance Writer (PAID) (Nationwide – Virtual)
Dance anywhere seeks interns with excellent writing and communication skills to help interview dancers, choreographers, and other artists for the blog associated with dance anywhere®. dance anywhere® is a public art performance project that invites the world to all stop and dance at the same moment in time.

3.  GBC Health – INTERNSHIP (New York, NY)
A coalition of more than 230 companies working to improve the health of their workforces and communities around the world, GBC Health seeks a full-time (40 hours/week) Digital & Social Media Intern for a paid position. Support GBCHealth’s social media presence, coordinate marketing efforts across platforms, track metrics and help us create our digital newsletter.

4.   Project Vote Smart – INTERNSHIP (Southwest Montana)
Research the voting records, backgrounds, issue positions, campaign contributions, interest group ratings, and public statements of more than 40,000 candidates and elected officials as part of your work for a non-partisan, non-profit organization dedicated to voter education.

5.   Public Justice Foundation – INTERNSHIP (Washington, DC)
Support a national non-profit public interest law firm. Train future fundraisers and event planners in the procedures and protocols for recruiting and maintaining donors and members, plan events for both current and potential members, and engage in community outreach.

6.   StoryCorps – INTERNSHIP (Brooklyn, NY)
Help share and preserve the stories of an inclusive range of American voices. Candidates with experience working in diverse communities are strongly encouraged to apply.

7.  Atlas Corps – INTERNSHIP (Washington, DC)
Atlas Corps, an international network of nonprofit leaders and organizations promoting innovation, cooperation, and solutions to address global challenges, seeks interns for our Washington, DC office near Dupont Circle to support our international exchange program. Work to support global social entrepreneurship initiatives.

8.  Charter 21 – INTERNSHIP (Amherst, MA)
Work with a team of communicators who work to educate, enlighten and inspire those they work with on issues ranging from global labor conditions, to childhood obesity and environmental sustainability. Energetic and active students with a passion for social entrepreneurship are sought to help with activities and tactics that support communications and outreach.

9.  Coro Fellows Program in Public Affairs – FELLOWSHIP (San Francisco, NY, LA, Kansas City, Pittsburgh, St. Louis)
Get introduced to all aspects of the public affairs arena through field placements, group interviews, seminars and projects, learning how to translate your ideals into action for improving your own community and beyond. Coro Fellows help college graduates learn to see the big picture – the community as a whole – and appreciate the varying perspectives that characterize our cities, states, and nation.

10.  FYSE – INTERNSHIP (Beijing, China)
FYSE, a non-profit that enables social entrepreneurs to achieve their utmost impact, seeks interns for their Beijing office to work in media/communication, event/program management, and social business development.

11. Volunteers for Community Aid Program Nepal – (Nepal)
Help create a sustainable path to economic independence for individuals, families and communities in Nepal. Work includes developing the infrastructure and systems needed for microfinance opportunities in order to prepare the base for Sustainable Development of the communities.

For additional Non-Profit/Careers for the Common Good opportunities: http://bit.ly/VG6Fx4

 

 

Head’s Up: Apply Now for Dartmouth Partners in Community Service Internships

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 Winter Term applications is October 10. (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.

CAREER BLITZ: NON-PROFIT & COMMON GOOD CAREERS

TOPICS INCLUDE:

  1. CAMPUS CHAPTER LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITY – Seneca International – DEADLINE: 6/15/12
  2. ONLINE JOURNALISM INTERNSHIP – Great Schools (Summer)(San Francisco) – PAID
  3. PROGRAM ASSOCIATE – Peer Health Exchange (Full-Time)(DC)
  4. GLOBAL SECRETARIAT INTERN – White Ribbon Alliance (Summer)(DC) – DEADLINE: 5/15/12
  5. MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATE – Citymeals-on-Wheels (Entry-Level)(NYC)
  6. “58 Quotes to Inspire Leadership, Resilience and Social Change” (Web Article)

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1. CAMPUS CHAPTER LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITY – Seneca International – DEADLINE: 6/15/12

Seneca International is an organization dedicated to promoting international civil, economic, and human rights for women. Based at the University of Pennsylvania, Seneca International seeks applications for new leaders and new chapters at varying colleges. http://bit.ly/IDJQn4

2. ONLINE JOURNALISM INTERNSHIP – Great Schools (Summer)(San Francisco) – PAID

Gain experience working for a national education non-profit in an editorial department for a 3-month, paid, internship experience. Great Schools has a mission of inspiring and guiding parents in becoming effective champions of their children’s education at home and in the community. http://bit.ly/JPV86u

3. PROGRAM ASSOCIATE – Peer Health Exchange (Full-Time)(Washington, DC)

Join the team of Peer Health Exchange (PHE) as a full-time Program Associate in July 2012. PHE is a national non-profit that trains college students to teach comprehensive health curriculums in public high schools. http://bit.ly/KsUyKL

4. GLOBAL SECRETARIAT INTERN – White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood (Summer)(DC)

Participate in a summer internship with the White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood, an advocacy alliance increasing awareness of the need to make pregnancy and childbirth safe for all women & newborns. This internship is part-time and paid. http://bit.ly/IMKATS Deadline: 5/15/12

5. MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATE – Citymeals-on-Wheels (Entry-Level)(NYC)

Entry-level marketing and communications position for non-profit in NYC. Associate will support work of Director in raising public awareness, advertising web-content, internet marketing and media outreach. http://bit.ly/K5VCqh

6. “58 Quotes to Inspire Leadership, Resilience and Social Change” (Web Article)

Rosetta Thurman, author of How to Become a Nonprofit Rockstar, published a listing of 58 inspirational leadership quotes to motivate leaders of social change. http://bit.ly/KZhC9n

CAREER BLITZ: Non-Profit & Common Good Careers

CAREER BLITZ: NON-PROFIT & COMMON GOOD CAREERS

TOPICS INCLUDE:

 1. DEVELOPMENT FELLOWSHIP – WINGS for Kids (1 Yr.)(Charleston, SC)
2. OPPORTUNITYKNOCKS.ORG – Job/Internship Search Database for Common Good (Web Resource)
3. BRONX ORGANIZER – La Fuente (Full-Time)(New York City)
4. DEVELOPMENT INTERN – RSF Social Finance (Summer)(San Francisco) – PAID
5. ADMISSIONS COUNSELOR – University of Alaska – Fairbanks (Full-Time)(Fairbanks, AK)
6. SEASONAL INTERN – Children’s Dental Health Project (All Terms)(Washington, D.C.)
7. RESEARCH ASSISTANT – Mt. Sinai Adolescent Health Center (Entry-Level)(New York City)

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1. DEVELOPMENT FELLOWSHIP – WINGS for Kids (1 Yr.)(Charleston, SC)
Develop donor relationships and hone grant-writing skills with 6-mos. – 1 yr. fellowship in development for non-profit that teaches children how to behave well, build healthy relationships, and make good decisions (competitive compensation with strong professional development option). Apply NOW http://bit.ly/Jjo9q3

2. OPPORTUNITYKNOCKS.ORG – Job/Internship Search Database for Common Good (Web Resource)
Looking for a job working for the common good? Consider using www.opportunityknocks.org in your search. The job search function is free.

3. BRONX ORGANIZER – La Fuente (Full-Time)(New York City)
Establish relationships with community-based entities and implement a field operations plan for La Fuente, an organization that brings together labor & community partners engaged in neighborhood, grassroots based efforts around immigrant/worker rights issues. http://bit.ly/IBlEAc

4. DEVELOPMENT INTERN – RSF Social Finance (Summer)(San Francisco) – PAID
Intern will work with development team to provide support in client interaction and special projects for a pioneering non-profit that makes capital available to innovative projects, and transforms the way the world works with money. Apply by APRIL 29th, 2012 http://bit.ly/HVGDim

5. ADMISSIONS COUNSELOR – University of Alaska – Fairbanks (Full-Time)(Fairbanks, AK)
Admissions counselors assist students with the admissions process, promote the university at on- and off-campus events, and represent the university through a variety of media. Candidate must demonstrate strong organizational, leadership and public speaking skills. Apply directly via http://bit.ly/Iqxs9l

6. SEASONAL INTERN – Children’s Dental Health Project (All Terms)(Washington, D.C.)
Interns work closely with Project Manager in drafting reports, summarizing research, and planning/coordinating projects aimed at improving the oral health of women, children and families. Learn more http://bit.ly/JTZAQd

7. RESEARCH ASSISTANT – Mt. Sinai Adolescent Health Center (Entry-Level)(New York City)
Research Assistants will work on studies of Human Papillomavirus (HPV) infection in adolescent females & males. http://bit.ly/Je5Rr6

TONIGHT – Non-Profit Education Reform Info Session with Citizen Schools

CITIZEN SCHOOLS INFO SESSION
Wednesday, April 11th at 9 PM
Haldeman 041
www.citizenschools.org

Citizen Schools (www.citizenschools.org) is holding an info session on Wednesday, April 11 at 9 PM in Haldeman 041. Citizen Schools is an Ed Reform non-profit that partners with low-income middle schools to expand the learning day for children across the country. The organization’s two-year National Teaching Fellowship provides an opportunity to serve in these high need schools, while developing essential career skills. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn more from the team at Citizen Schools New York!

RSVP by visiting: http://bit.ly/IBjkYP

 

 

Career Blitz: Non-Profit & Common Good

 CAREER BLITZ: Non-Profit & Common Good Careers

TOPICS INCLUDE:

 1. TODAY! Doing Better Than ‘No Harm’ – Dr. Chloe Schwenke – 4/9/12 – 4:30 PM (Collis Common Ground)
2. Campus Leadership Opportunity! Become a Student Director or Foundation Intern with Tucker!
3. College Access Coordinator (Entry Level) – AmeriCorps VISTA (Philadelphia) – DEADLINE: 4/20/12
4. Program Associate (Africa) – Conflict Prevention & Peace Forum (Entry Level) – DEADLINE: 4/30/12
5. Disability Rights Internship – Human Rights Watch (Summer)(New York)
6. What is a non-profit? (Web Resource) – Independent Sector
7. “5 Simple Ways for Supporting Young Nonprofit Professionals at Work” (Web Article)

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1. TODAY! Doing Better Than ‘No Harm’ – Dr. Chloe Schwenke – 4/9/12 – 4:30 PM (Collis Common Ground)
Thinking about a career in foreign policy or international development? Attend a lecture by Dr. Chloe Schwenke, Senior Advisor on Democracy, Human Rights and Governance and on LGBT policy at the Africa Bureau of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). http://bit.ly/I6rRrc

2. Campus Leadership Opportunity! Become a Student Director or Foundation Intern with Tucker!
Build skills and gain experience by taking on a campus leadership position. Tucker Foundation provides students with varying opportunities to develop communication and leadership skills (highly sought after in post-graduate opportunities). http://bit.ly/HseRdH

3. College Access Coordinator (Entry Level) – AmeriCorps VISTA (Philadelphia) – DEADLINE: 4/20/12
Take an active part in making higher education accessible through Temple University’s Community Learning Network. Coordinator will design and implement training programs, collaborate with community partners, and develop assessment and evaluation efforts. http://bit.ly/HsgKqx

4. Program Associate (Africa) – Conflict Prevention & Peace Forum (Entry Level) – DEADLINE: 4/30/12
Program Associate will provide research support to UN decision-makers relating to conflict prevention in Africa. Familiarity with Africa and French language skills strongly preferred. http://bit.ly/IbWjvq

5. Disability Rights Internship – Human Rights Watch (Summer)(New York)
Conduct research on issues relating to disability rights and develop varying skills in global advocacy for persons with disabilities. Internship is part-time and unpaid, but hours are flexible and more time is preferred. http://bit.ly/I6GkU8

6. What is a non-profit? (Web Resource) – Independent Sector
Many folks hear the words “non-profit” but are unsure as to what the really means. Independent Sector is a leadership network for non-profits, foundations, and corporate giving programs that advances common good in the United States. http://bit.ly/HWHHEv

7. “5 Simple Ways for Supporting Young Nonprofit Professionals at Work” (Web Article)
Rosetta Thurman, author of a well-known non-profit blog shares wonderful insight regarding support for younger workers. Take these tips to heart! http://bit.ly/HsgmdC

 

Career Blitz: Non-Profit & Common Good

CAREER BLITZ: NON-PROFIT & COMMON GOOD

TOPICS INCLUDE:

1. Olga Gruss Lewin Post-Graduate Fellowship – DEADLINE: 4/4/12
2. Immigration Legal Services Program Assistant (Entry-Level)(Boston) – DEADLINE: 3/9/12
3. “Constituent Today, Staff Tomorrow” (Web Article)
4. The Riley Guide: Non-Profits, Associations, Foundations & Think Tanks (Web-Resource)
5. Bicycle Advocacy Design Internship – Transportation Alternatives (New York)
6. Genetic Alliance Internship Program – Genetic Alliance (Washington, DC) – DEADLINE: 3/25/12

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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: http://bit.ly/pVXwHK

2. Immigration Legal Services Program Assistant (Entry-Level)(Boston) – DEADLINE: 3/9/12
The Irish International Immigrant Center in Boston, MA is seeking an entry-level Program Assistant that will support the Immigration Legal Service department and liaise with Haitian clients and other community-based organizations. Must be fluent in Haitian Creole and familiar with Haitian culture. http://bit.ly/ygBIXG

3. “Constituent Today, Staff Tomorrow” (Web Article)
Interested in working for a non-profit or in a “Common Good” organization after finishing up at Dartmouth? Learn about what hiring managers have to say about connecting the dots to that first position in a non-profit or common good organization by reading “Constituent Today, Staff Tomorrow” at http://bit.ly/AdEGFK

4. The Riley Guide: Non-Profits, Associations, Foundations & Think Tanks (Web-Resource)
Let’s face it, internship and job searching is tough work. Wouldn’t it be great if someone just make it easy and put resources all in one place? The Riley Guide for Non-Profits, Associations, Foundations & Think Tanks does just that: http://bit.ly/9keb9J

5. Bicycle Advocacy Design Internship – Transportation Alternatives (New York)
Design-related internship experience with New York’s leading transportation advocacy organization. Great way to employ graphic or web-design skills in an environmentally and socially responsible mission-focused opportunity. http://bit.ly/wJ62gk

6. Genetic Alliance Internship Program – Genetic Alliance (Washington, DC) – DEADLINE: 3/25/12
Genetic Alliance is a nonprofit health advocacy organization committed to transforming health through genetics. Genetic Alliance internship program offers opportunities in: Library Science, Health Policy, Translational Research, Public Health Genomics, Social Media, and Non-Profit Management. http://bit.ly/xJj6Nu

 

Career Blitz: Non-Profit & Common Good

Career Blitz: Non-Profit & COmmon Good Careers – February 27th , 2012

Topics Include:

1. Olga Gruss Lewin Post-Graduate Fellowship – DEADLINE: 4/4/12
2. Undergraduate Sociology Research Conference at Bryant University – Present Sociology Research!
3. Health Policy Research Internship – Alliance for Health Reform (Summer)(Washington, DC) – PAID
4. 10 National Non-Profit Conferences Worth Attending in 2012
(Blog Article by Rosetta Thurman)
5. NH AmeriCorps Panel in Concord, NH on 3/12/12 (Event/Program)
6. Individual Outreach Coordinator – Interfaith Worker Justice (Entry-Level)(Chicago) – DEADLINE: 3/2/12

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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: http://bit.ly/pVXwHK

2. Professional Development Opportunity at Bryant University – Present Sociology Research!
Conducting research in the sociology field? Consider submitting a conference proposal for the 38th Annual New England Undergraduate Sociology Research Conference at Bryant University in Smithfield, RI on 4/27/12. Abstracts due 3/15 at 5 PM. Great networking and professional development opportunity for those considering a career in Academia. http://neusrc.bryant.edu/

3. Health Policy Research Internship – Alliance for Health Reform (Summer)(Washington, DC) – PAID
Alliance Health Reform is a non-profit, non-partisan group that provides information on health policy and research to elected officials, journalists, policy analysts and advocates. Interns receive education in health care economics and politics, the roots of problems with our health care system, and various proposed reform strategies. DEADLINE: 3/2/12 – http://bit.ly/wU10Zn

4. 10 National Non-Profit Conferences Worth Attending in 2012 (Blog Article by Rosetta Thurman)
Professional conferences are often untapped resources that students seldom think about. If interested in getting your foot in the door with an organization, consider attending one of the 10 conferences mentioned in Rosetta Thurman’s (co-author of How to Become a Nonprofit Rockstar) article. http://bit.ly/zyn50q 

5. NH AmeriCorps Panel in Concord, NH on 3/12/12 (Event/Program)
Each year, AmeriCorps offers 75,000 opportunities for adults of all ages and backgrounds to serve through a network of partnerships with local and national nonprofit groups (e.g., victim support, environmental conservation, children services, health education). Whether your service makes a community safer, gives a child a second chance, or helps protect the environment, you’ll be getting things done through AmeriCorps! http://bit.ly/xFhof5

6. Individual Outreach Coordinator – Interfaith Worker Justice (Entry-Level)(Chicago) – DEADLINE: 3/2/12
Interfaith Worker Justice (IWJ) is a progressive and growing national organization that educates, organizes, and mobilizes the faith community and workers across the nation on issues and campaigns that improve wages, benefits, and working conditions for all workers, especially workers in low-wage jobs. IWJ is looking for a full-time Individual Outreach Coordinator to expand the organization’s individual giving program using mail, email, events and in-person grassroots fundraising methods. Deadline: 3/2/12 – http://bit.ly/yqtrZv

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.)

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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: http://bit.ly/pVXwHK

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 http://bit.ly/AjdyxF

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: http://bit.ly/t4AwFQ

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: http://bit.ly/xRB1iH

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 http://bit.ly/xUtISx

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

Varying internships ranging from global health to international governance. Learn more at: http://on.cfr.org/7nVCjk

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: http://bit.ly/xNQ4nE

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: http://bit.ly/y0zyJQ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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!  http://www.arttable.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=page.viewPage&pageID=626&nodeID=1

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.  http://www.castlehill.org/jobs-internships.html

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)].  http://www.shakespearetheatre.org/

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.  http://www.artsandbusiness-ny.org/leadership_development/arts_management/default.asp

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. http://www.mcla.edu/About_MCLA/Community/bcrc/b-hip/

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.    http://vailmusicfestival.org/about_bravo/green_efforts.php

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).

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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)

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Around Dartmouth there are numerous opportunities for students to flourish. 

The Hop:  Hands On Pianos   http://hop.dartmouth.edu/featured/piano-project

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.  http://hoodmuseum.dartmouth.edu/calendar/

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:   http://www.dartmouth.edu/arts/

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.