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?

 

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

OLGA GRUSS LEWIN POST-GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP – DEADLINE: 4/4/12
William Jewett Tucker Foundation

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. Fellowships are 10-12 months full-time in the U.S. OR abroad working with non-profit organizations on innovative projects directly serving the community. Up to $15,000 in funding is available.

http://www.dartmouth.edu/~tucker/fellowships/postgrad/postgradlewin.html

Application deadline: April 4th, 2012

Answers to FAQs:

  • The fellowship is available to graduating seniors, with a fellowship starting within 3 months immediately following their graduation from Dartmouth College.
  • The fellowship placement must be with a non-profit organization and involve at a minimum forty hours of work per week.  Direct community service with under-resourced communities, humanitarian relief work, and field-based initiatives that help alleviate poverty should be the main focus of the Lewin projects.  Agencies to which you apply must be non-profit and politically non-partisan.  Fellows may not function as lobbyists.Some service-oriented governmental agencies are acceptable.
  •  The service project must have clearly written goals and outcomes–the service project goals are realistic, measurable and can be reached in the amount of time allotted for the project.
  •  The service project should involve approximately 60% community service as the primary focus of the post-graduate fellowship and can additionally include responsibilities under the direction of the CSO/NGO in: research, public policy, strategic planning, CSO/NGO capacity building, and/or administrative functions.
  •  The graduate must demonstrate how the service project will be a significant new learning experience.
  •  The service project should have proven added value to the organization; the applicant must demonstrate that he/she will be fully engaged in meaningful work for the organization.
  •  The service project should be innovative, timely or unique in its focus. The applicant must demonstrate how they can add value to the service project with applied skills and perspectives that are needed by the organization.
  •  The applicant must express a clear appreciation for diverse points of view and can articulate a contemporary community service philosophy.
  •  The applicant’s prior academic focus, future goals, and personal goals should connect to this intended service project in an intentional way.
  •  The applicant’s communicated goals and values should be congruent with the mission and focus of the Community Services Organization/Non-profit Organization.
  •  The service project and applicant’s motivation should help the applicant gain field experience with an under-resourced community, providing an opportunity that would be hard to acquire without support of this fellowship.
  •  The awardee agrees to supply a 10-15 page reflection report, engage in a telephone debriefing with a Tucker Foundation staff member and attend at least one “reunion” of Olga Gruss Lewin Fellows at Dartmouth (most expenses paid).

 

Non-Profit Careers Digest: January 30th, 2012

[important] ATTENTION: The application deadline for the Harris Fellowship is on 3/2/2012 and not 5/2/2012 as originally posted (Item #6) [/important]

NON-PROFIT CAREERS DIGEST: JANUARY 30th, 2012

 1. Special Events & Development Intern – Women’s Refugee Commission (New York)(Spring)
2. Funding for Unpaid Internships – SPRING 2012 Deadline: 2/1/12; SUMMER 2012 Deadline: 4/25/12
3. Research Coordinator (Entry-Level Job) – Mass. General Hospital (Boston) – DEADLINE: 3/1/12
4. Link Up with LinkedIn.com – Dartmouth College Alumni Group with 9,600 Members
5. Summer International Community Development Internship – DEADLINE: A.S.A.P.
6. Harris Fellowship in Child Development & Early Childhood Education (New Haven, CT) DEADLINE: 3/2/12
7. Workshop Assistant – View Arts (Old Forge, NY)(Summer) – DEADLINE: 2/19/12 – PAID
8. Global Exchange Fair Trade Store Summer Internship (San Francisco)(Summer) – DEADLINE: 3/15/12
9. Health Research Assistant – Center for Studying Health System Change (Entry-Level)(Washington, DC)
10. Research Assistant (Entry Level Job) – Yale University (New Haven, CT) – DEADLINE: 5/3/12

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1. Special Events & Development Intern – Women’s Refugee Commission (New York)(Spring)
The Women’s Refugee Commission advocates for laws, policies and programs to improve the lives and protect the rights of refugee and internally displaced women, children and adolescents, and asylum seekers. Through research, advocacy and technical assistance, the Women’s Refugee Commission works to effect systemic changes that have global impact. Deadline: 2/27/2012. For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/yREUaD

2. Funding for Unpaid Internships – SPRING 2012 Deadline: 2/1/12; SUMMER 2012 Deadline: 4/25/12
Dartmouth encourages you to spend one or more of your Leave Terms doing work which will enhance your personal and academic goals. Grant ceilings vary but may be up to $4,000. For more information on funding resources at Dartmouth, please visit: http://bit.ly/AsdhFK

3. Research Coordinator (Entry-Level Job) – Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston) DEADLINE: 3/1/12
The Depression Clinical and Research Program is part of the Outpatient Psychiatry Division of the Massachusetts General Hospital. This position will provide invaluable experience for anyone interested in pursuing graduate study in the fields of psychology, public health, or medicine. For more information, please search: “Research Coordinator” in the Liberal Arts Career Network (accessible via the Nationwide Internship Consortium).

4. Link Up with LinkedIn.com – Dartmouth College Alumni Group with 9,600 Members
Searching for a post-graduate opportunity? Interested in seeing what Dartmouth alumni are doing? LinkedIn.com is one of the fastest growing social networks in the world and has successfully brought individuals in varying fields closer together. Visit http://learn.linkedin.com/students/step-1/ and get started on building your profile. After you have successfully crafted a profile, join the Dartmouth College Alumni group and start connecting with thousands of Dartmouth alumni all over the world.

5. Summer International Community Development Internship (Washington, DC) – DEADLINE: A.S.A.P.
The Community Development summer intern will focus on the areas of natural resource management (NRM) and climate change. This internship is with ACDI/VOCA. More information can be found by logging into the Nationwide Internship Consortium with your Dartmouth email address.

6. Harris Fellowship in Child Development & Early Childhood Education (New Haven, CT) – DEADLINE: 3/2/2012
The Harris Fellowship Program in Child Development and Early Childhood Education is a collaboration between the Yale Child Study Center and Calvin Hill Day Care Center and Kitty Lustman-Findling Kindergarten of New Haven. This is a post-graduate fellowship opportunity. Please apply directly through the Liberal Arts Career Network (accessible via the Nationwide Internship Consortium). Deadline: 3/2/2012.

7. Workshop Assistant – View Arts (Old Forge, NY)(Summer) – DEADLINE: 2/19/12 – PAID
Interns will receive practical training in arts programming, day-to-day operations in a fast-paced environment, and working with a small, committed staff and dedicated volunteers in a brand new green building. To learn more about this opportunity and View visit: www.ViewArts.org

8. Global Exchange Fair Trade Store Summer Internship (San Francisco)(Summer) – DEADLINE: 3/15/12
Summer interns work closely with program staff on campaigns and programs and are expected to bring some knowledge and experience to the organization. Interns should be able to offer at least 20 hours per week for 3 months, and be eager to participate in all aspects of their department. For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/AmIQTu

9. Health Research Assistant – Center for Studying Health System Change (Entry-Level)(Washington, DC)
The Center for Studying Health System Change (HSC) in Washington, D.C. is seeking Health Research Assistants to participate in research on how the health system is changing and the effects of these changes on cost, quality, access, and service delivery. For more information on how to apply, please search “Health Research Assistant” in the Liberal Arts Career Network.

10. Research Assistant (Entry Level Job) – Yale University (New Haven, CT) – DEADLINE: 5/3/12
The Dept. of Epidemiology and Public Health seeks a full-time Research Assistant that will provide support for a research project that involves bringing an HIV/STD prevention intervention to pregnant adolescent women through a group model of prenatal care in 14 Community Health Centers in New York City. Please apply directly through the Liberal Arts Career Network (accessible via the Nationwide Internship Consortium).

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.

Non-Profit Career Digest: January 12th, 2012

 NON-PROFIT CAREER DIGEST: JANUARY 12th, 2012

1. Africa Program Assistant – International Rivers (Pretoria, S. Africa)(Summer) – PAID
2. Exploring a “common good” career? (WEBSITE RESOURCE)
3. Policy Analyst Internship – Poverty Action Lab (Cambridge, MA)(Winter) – PAID
4. Special Events/Development Intern – GLAD (Boston, MA)(Winter/Spring) – PAID
5. The Food Trust Internship Programs (Philadelphia, PA)
6. Organization for Autism Research Internship (Arlington, VA)(Summer) – PAID
7. A Career in Music Therapy: Tying Together Interests in Psychology, Health, and Music
8. The New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits (Web Resource)
9. United We Serve (Web Resource)

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1. Africa Program Assistant – International Rivers (Pretoria, S. Africa)(Summer) – PAID
The Africa Program Assistant will have the opportunity to communicate with International Rivers’ global staff and partners, contribute to print and web publications, and be an integral part of a global environmental and social justice NGO. Deadline is: 5/1/2012. For information, please visit: http://bit.ly/rMLP9J

2. Exploring a “common good” career? (Web Resource)
Not sure about what you want to do after your time at Dartmouth? Consider a career for the “common good.” The website, www.cgcareers.org, highlights articles, advice, and an informational job search tool to help you in your career exploration process. Consider a career where you can make a difference in the lives of those around you.

3. Policy Analyst Internship – Poverty Action Lab (Cambridge, MA)(Winter) – PAID
The Policy Group at J-PAL Global seeks a qualified applicant for the position of Policy Analyst Intern, under the direction of J-PAL’s Policy Analysts. The Policy Intern is a junior-level position based at the MIT campus in Cambridge, MA. The position is for 8-12 weeks, but can be extended based on candidate availability and performance. Start date is somewhat flexible. For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/rRMQUN

4. Special Events/Development Intern – GLAD (Boston, MA)(Winter/Spring) – PAID
Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders (GLAD) is New England’s leading legal rights organization dedicated to ending discrimination based on sexual orientation, HIV status and gender identity and expression. The Development Department is looking for an intern to help raise the funds that enable GLAD to meet their mission. For information, please visit: http://bit.ly/tDjH1P

5. The Food Trust Internship Programs (Philadelphia, PA)
Work with a dynamic, cutting-edge food security, nutrition education and sustainable farming nonprofit advocacy group located in Philadelphia. The Food Trust is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization improving the supply of affordable food and good nutrition in the mid-Atlantic region. The mission of The Food Trust is to ensure that everyone has access to affordable, nutritious food. For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/81Y9Tt

6. Organization for Autism Research Internship (Arlington, VA)(Summer) – PAID
Increase knowledge and experience of autism and autism research, gain work experience in a nonprofit organization, and apply academic experience in a real world setting. For more information on how to apply, please visit: http://bit.ly/gcVtRO

7. A Career in Music Therapy: Tying Together Interests in Psychology, Health, and Music
Are you a musician studying psychology? Are you interested in bringing together your interests of working with people and an interest in music? Consider a career in the unique Music Therapy field. Learn more about what it means to be a Music Therapist by visiting: http://www.musictherapy.org/careers/employment/

8. The New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits (Web Resource)
One of the quintessential steps in the job or internship search is staying up-to-date on current events. If you’re interested in learning more about non-profits in the Granite State, take a moment to check out the many resources on this website. Visit: http://www.nhnonprofits.org

9. United We Serve (Web Resource)
United We Serve is a nationwide service initiative that helps meet growing social needs resulting from the economic downturn. Are you involved in a service project that you would like recognized nationally? Are you interested in volunteer positions in the United States for a leave-term? Visit www.serve.gov for more information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

One-Year Fellowships in NYC – Community Service, Teaching, Non-Profit Work

DEADLINE TO APPLY via DartBoard: Tuesday, Jan. 10 at 11:59pm

DPCS ONE-YEAR POST-GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS
All positions are available in New York, NY
Complete job descriptions and application instructions can be found at: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~tucker/funds-grants/dpcs-postgrad/dpcspostgrad.html

You may apply for up to 3 of the 7 DPCS Fellowship opportunities below:

 

 

 

  • Middle School Teacher – East Harlem School
  • Project Development Fellow – HealthCare Chaplaincy, Inc.
  • Office of Community Health Program Fellow – Montefiore Medical Center
  • Paralegal – NYC District Attorney’s Office
  • Development/Marketing Director – Partnership for Inner City Education
  • Community Relations Specialist – NY Organ Donor Network
  • Special Projects Coordinator/Office Manager – Uncommon Schools

How to Apply:
You must submit your application via DartBoard by the deadline indicated, but interview decisions and interview scheduling will be handled directly with the Tucker Foundation. Interview decisions and scheduling will NOT appear in DartBoard.

1.  See the LINK to our 3-minute video tutorials on using DartBoard at http://www.dartmouth.edu/~csrc/students/handouts.html#VII
2.  Review Career Services Application Instructions at http://tinyurl.com/33s6f4c
3.  Email srs@dartmouth.edu if you still have questions, or to schedule a one-on-one demo!

Questions?
Please contact Kara Quick, Fellowships and Internships Coordinator, at dpf@dartmouth.edu.

Better Future Project: Summer Internships – Deadline: 11/30/2011

Priority Application Deadline: November 30th!

Better Future Project is excited to announce two programs for Summer 2012!

The joint application form is available here.

Climate Summer continues! We’re working hard to build on the relationships and lessons of the first three years of Climate Summer, & we’re excited to be working on YEAR 4!

Ride for the Future (a new program in 2012)

In the summer of 2012, our Ride for the Future team will travel exclusively by bicycle together from New Orleans to ExxonMobil’s international headquarters in Irving, Texas.

Along the way, the participants will learn from and highlight local efforts to improve communities while transitioning them away from fossil fuels.  At the same time, the riders will highlight the harms fossil fuels cause communities, visiting environmental justice communities suffering from pollution from refineries and power planets, communities still suffering from the the BP oil spill, and communities suffering from natural disasters in line with scientists predictions of a changing climate, including the droughts and wildfires in Texas and hurricane damage across the region.

While learning from those who have suffered from fossil fuels and those who are building a better future without them, riders will engage in direct community service to mitigate the suffering and ease the transition.  At ExxonMobil’s headquarters, the riders will call for a meeting with executives from the world’s wealthiest fossil fuel company to ask them to recognize their responsibility to help America and the world rapidly and responsibly transition away from fossil fuels. More information coming soon to rideforthefuture.org!

Non-Profit Career Digest: November 3, 2011

 NON-PROFIT CAREER DIGEST: NOVEMBER 3rd, 2011

1. Dartmouth Celebrates 50 Years of Partnership with the Peace Corps! – 11/15
2.
The Unreasonable Institute – Post-Graduate Social Entrepreneur Fellowship – DEADLINE: 11/10/2011
3. ChinaFAQs Climate & Energy Information Network Internship; Markets & Enterprise Internship
4. World Federalist Movement – Institute for Global Policy – Internships (Spring) DEADLINE: 12/1/2011
5. Exploring a career in sustainable agriculture? (Web Resources)
6. The Food Trust Internship Programs (Philadelphia, PA)
7. Interfaith Youth Corps Leadership Institute – January 12th – 15th, 2012 – DEADLINE: 11/28/2011
8. DPCS Post-Graduate Resume/Cover Letter Workshops – 11/8 & 11/14
9. Consortium on Gender, Security, & Human Rights Internships (Boston, MA)
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1. Dartmouth Celebrates 50 Years of Partnership with the Peace Corps!
Join us as we celebrate 50 years of partnership with the Peace Corps. All events are open to the public; RSVP is requested to the Tucker Foundation for the evening dinner only. For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/rGbMOs

2. The Unreasonable Institute – Post-Graduate Social Entrepreneur Fellowship – DEADLINE: 11/10/2011
The Unreasonable Institute arms entrepreneurs creating solutions to the world’s biggest social and environmental problems with the mentorship, capital, and networks they need to do so. The 2012 Summer Institute, a 6-week mentor-driven accelerator, will take place between June 13 and July 25, 2012. For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/qFH6Hq

3. ChinaFAQs Climate & Energy Information Network Internship; Markets & Enterprise Internship
World Resource Institute (WRI) is an environmental non-profit think-tank based in Washington, D.C. WRI is currently seeking interns for a variety of different projects. For information, please visit: http://www.wri.org/careers

4. World Federalist Movement – Institute for Global Policy Internships (NEW YORK) (SPRING) – DEADLINE: 12/1/2011
The World Federalist Movement–Institute for Global Policy (WFM-IGP) works to advance the global promise of peace and is committed to building a safer and more just world. For more information about the many internships available, please visit: http://www.wfm-igp.org/site/internships

5. Exploring a career in sustainable agriculture? (Web Resources)
Exploring a career in sustainable agriculture? Not sure what that entails? Check out these two (2) helpful links that highlight information pertaining to sustainable agriculture and food-systems. 1) http://sustainableagriculture.net/, and 2) http://www.sare.org/

6. The Food Trust Internship Programs (Philadelphia, PA)
Work with a dynamic, cutting-edge food security, nutrition education and sustainable farming nonprofit advocacy group located in Philadelphia. The Food Trust is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization improving the supply of affordable food and good nutrition in the mid-Atlantic region. The mission of The Food Trust is to ensure that everyone has access to affordable, nutritious food. For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/81Y9Tt

7. Interfaith Youth Corps Leadership Institute – January 12th – 15th, 2012 – DEADLINE: 11/28/2011
Interested in interfaith cooperative efforts on campus? Consider applying for the Winter Institute sponsored by the Interfaith Youth Corp which will take place January 12th – 15th at Emory University in Atlanta, GA. For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/gDGWG2

8. DPCS Post-Graduate Resume/Cover Letter Workshops – 11/8 & 11/14
Learn more about resume and cover letter writing for the non-profit field! No RSVP required for the workshop on 11/8 which is being held at 7 PM in Haldeman 041.
TO RSVP to the workshop on 11/14 at 6 PM in Kemeny 007, please visit: http://www.wejoinin.com/sheets/jsqix.

9. Consortium on Gender, Security, & Human Rights Internships (Boston, MA) (All Terms)
The Consortium on Gender, Security and Human Rights is an organization devoted to bringing knowledge about gender to bear on the quest to end armed conflicts and build sustainable peace.
The Consortium requires the assistance of several interns to coordinate research on gender and security issues, and to implement the organization’s goals within the local academic community. For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/vRlAQa

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Non-Profit Career Digest: October 21st, 2011

NON-PROFIT CAREER DIGEST: OCTOBER 21st, 2011

1. Funding for Unpaid Winter 2012 Internships – October 26th, 2011
2. Looking for a job, an internship or volunteer option? Check Idealist.org!
3. Campus Campaign Fellowship – Urban Teacher Center
4. Chicago History Museum InternshipS (Chicago) (All-Terms)
5. Paul Revere House Internships (Winter, Spring, Summer)
6. Interested in Non-Profit work? Serve on a Board! (Blog Article)
7. Social Networking for Non-Profit Young Professionals (Website)
8. DoSomething.org, Marketing Intern (New York City)(Paid) – DEADLINE: 10/30/2011

1. Funding for Unpaid Winter 2012 Internships – October 26th, 2011
The funding deadline for unpaid internships is fast approaching! For more information about funding resources, please visit our website: http://bit.ly/qD6svk

2. Idealist.org
www.idealist.org is the leading non-profit and non-governmental organization search engine. In addition to searching for internships, volunteer opportunities, or jobs, students also should search through organizations. Idealist lists nearly 70,000 organizations on their site.

3. Campus Campaign Fellowship – Urban Teacher Center (ON-CAMPUS)(STIPEND)
Urban Teacher Center (UTC) is a fast-growing non-profit that prepares highly effective teachers who significantly accelerate student achievement in the nation’s highest-need schools. UTC is looking for mission-driven sophomores, juniors, seniors or graduate students to serve in the first cohort of Campus Campaign Fellows. Part-time: 5-8 hours/week (flexible). For more information, visit: http://bit.ly/pmyyzF

4. Chicago History Museum Internships (Chicago) (All-Terms)
Working alongside staff members in a tutorial arrangement, interns gain valuable skills and training in museum practice, archival administration, arts administration, and historical scholarship. For more information about available internships, please visit: http://bit.ly/oB0QNQ

5. Paul Revere House Internships (Winter, Spring, Summer)
Internships at the Revere House involve participation in most day-to-day site activities (interacting with the public, speaking to school groups, curatorial duties as needed) along with a research or other project determined by prior agreement between the intern and Revere House internship supervisor. Prospective Revere House interns should have a background in history, American studies, museum studies, decorative arts, preservation studies or other related field and be prepared to spend 10-20 hours per week on their internship work. For more information, please contact Patrick M. Leehey at 617-523-2338 or pat@paulreverehouse.org

6. Interested in Non-Profit work? Serve on a Board!
Interested in obtaining leadership skills, and developing your knowledge set within the non-profit arena? Consider serving or volunteering with a board of overseers. Visit Rosetta Thurman’s blog article for more information: http://bit.ly/czmMiG

7. Social Networking for Non-Profit Young Professionals (Website)
The Young Nonprofit Professionals Network (YNPN) promotes an efficient, viable, and inclusive nonprofit sector that supports the growth, learning, and development of young professionals. Become involved by visiting: http://ynpn.org/

8. DoSomething.org, Marketing Intern (New York City)(Paid) – DEADLINE: 10/30/2011
Interning at Do Something is a great way to learn the ins and outs of the not-for-profit world, work in a fun and young office environment and get great work experience. We give our interns tons of responsibility and are also known to have brownie bake-offs every once in a while. For more information, visit: http://dsorg.us/bPL2s

 

 

 

 


Non-Profit Career Digest: October 6, 2011



NON-PROFIT CAREER DIGEST: OCTOBER 6, 2011

 1. Funding for Unpaid Internships – Deadline for Winter 2012: 10/26/2011
2. Human Rights Campaign Internships
3. Mental Health Internships
4. Joseph Nye, Jr., Development/Donor Outreach Internship
5. ReThink Media Internships for Political/Advocacy Think Tanks & Non-Profit Orgs.
6. American Association of University Women (AAUW) – Multiple Paid Internships
7. Relief International – Multiple Internships
8. Food First – Institute for Food & Development Policy Internships
9. Dartmouth Celebrates 50 Years of Partnership with Peace Corps – 11/15/2011
10. Industry Information: Social Enterprise Associates (articles & resources)
11. Wediko Children’s Services Assistant Teacher or Residential Counselor (full-time)
12. Physicians for Human Rights Internships

1. Funding for Unpaid Winter 2012 Internships – October 26th, 2011
The funding deadline for unpaid internships is fast approaching! For more information about funding resources, please visit our website: http://bit.ly/qD6svk

2. HUMAN RIGHTS CAMPAIGN (WASHINGTON, D.C.) (ALL TERMS)
HRC offers a variety of opportunities, including internships in: Communications & Marketing, Major Gifts, Family Projects, Public Education & Outreach, Religion & Faith, and Website Development. Applications can be submitted on a rolling basis. For more information visit: http://bit.ly/qryA9z

3. MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION OF SAN FRANCISCO (SAN FRANCISCO, CA) (ALL TERMS)
Interns can expect to develop pertinent skills that will grow their expertise and understanding of how to promote mental health. MHA-SF is deeply committed to furthering interest and leadership development in the field of mental health. Internships are unpaid. See website for more information regarding applications process (http://www.mha-sf.org/opportunities/internships.cfm).

4. CENTER FOR A NEW AMERICAN SECURITY (WASHINGTON, D.C.)(WINTER/SPRING) – PAID
Joseph S. Nye, Jr. Development Internship
The Center for a New American Security (CNAS) develops strong, pragmatic and principled national security and defense policies that promote and protect American interests and values. The Joseph S. Nye, Jr. Development Intern works with the Director of Development on donor and prospect outreach, communications and marketing collaterals, tracking and writing proposals and letters, tracking and processing internal fundraising activities. For more information on how to apply, visit: http://bit.ly/cKzAGx

5. RETHINK MEDIA (WASHINGTON, D.C.)(SPRING) – PAID
Media & Communications Internships/Fellowships

ReThink Media works with the foremost think tanks, foundations, advocacy organizations and groups working in the fields of disarmament, nuclear nonproliferation, conflict prevention, international law, human rights and peace. Rethink Media’s paid Internship and Fellowship programs provide experiences in media and communications, public relations, digital and online communications and journalism with hands-on experience in the field of nonprofit political and advocacy communications. For more information, please visit: http://www.idealist.org/view/internship/b4THn7Z8ZNH4

6. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN (WASHINGTON D.C.)(ALL TERMS) – PAID
Leadership Programs Intern, Public Policy & Government Intern, Marketing Intern

AAUW advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research. Since 1881, AAUW has been one of the nation’s leading voices promoting education and equity for women and girls. AAUW has a nationwide network of more than 100,000 members and donors, 1,000 branches, and 500 college/university institutional partners. For more information on how to apply, please visit: http://www.aauw.org/about/career/aauwjobs.cfm

7. RELIEF INTERNATIONAL (VARIOUS LOCATIONS)(ALL TERMS)
Relief International is a humanitarian non-profit agency that provides emergency relief, rehabilitation, development assistance, and program services to vulnerable communities worldwide. Relief International is solely dedicated to reducing human suffering and is non-political and non-sectarian in its mission. For more information on available internships, please visit: http://bit.ly/nX9S4U

8. FOOD FIRST – INSTITUTE FOR FOOD & DEVELOPMENT POLICY (OAKLAND, CA)(ALL TERMS)
The purpose of the Institute for Food and Development Policy – Food First – is to eliminate the injustices that cause hunger. Interns work with staff on specific projects for anywhere from 15 to 40 hours per week for a minimum of three months. Interns conduct research and analysis, provide outreach and education, and assist with publications and publicity. For more information on how to apply, visit:  http://bit.ly/pqj4IO

9. DARTMOUTH CELEBRATES 50 YEARS OF PARTNERSHIP WITH PEACE CORPS – 11/15/2011
The Dartmouth community is invited to celebrate 50 years of Dartmouth College in extraordinary partnership with the Peace Corps on Nov. 15, 2011.  The day will feature time for returned Peace Corps volunteers to get acquainted; a panel of returned Peace Corps volunteers; recognition of Professor John Rassias’s work with language teaching and the Peace; a talk by Charley “Doc” Dey, Dean Emeritus of the Tucker Foundation; airing of the new documentary on Dartmouth and the Peace Corps through 50 years; and a culminating reflection and celebratory dinner. Co-sponsored by the Tucker Foundation, the President’s Office, the Provost’s Office, the Alumni Office, Career Services, the Rockefeller Center, the Dickey Center, Off- Campus Programs, the Rassias Center, and the Dartmouth Centers Forum.

10. INTERESTED IN SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND SOCIAL ENTERPRISE?
Keeping up-to-date on current information in fields of interest is an essential part of becoming a desirable candidate for an internship or full-time job. Explore articles and resources in Social Enterprise by visiting: http://socialenterprise.net/publications.html

11. WEDIKO CHILDREN’S SERVICES (WINDSOR, NH)(ENTRY-LEVEL)
Assistant Teacher or Residential Counselor

Wediko Children’s Services is a non-profit organization created to help children at risk. The Wediko School was founded in 1989, and is based on Wediko’s therapeutic Summer Program. Wediko’s spectrum of psychological and educational approaches encourages self-knowledge, self control and the development of self esteem. The school offers residential, day, and independent living programs for boys between the ages of 6 and 21. Login to DartBoard and select “Job Search” for instructions on how to apply.

12. PHYSICIANS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS INTERNSHIPS (CAMBRIDGE, MA)(SPRING)
Asylum Network Internship; Human Rights Research Internship

Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) is an independent organization that uses the integrity of medicine and science to stop mass atrocities and severe human rights violations against individuals. For more information regarding Spring 2012 internships, please visit: http://bit.ly/pcGb97