CAREER BLITZ: Non-Profit & Careers for the Common Good

  1. American Student Assistance – Internships (Boston, MA)
  2. Artis – Winter Internship (Available Now) (New York, NY)
  3. Corporate Accountability International – Non-Profit Administration Intern (Boston, MA)
  4. Grant Space Knowledge Base – Resource
  5. Great Oaks Charter School – Tutor Corps (Post-Graduate Fellowship 2013 – 2014; Applications accepted on a rolling basis.) (Newark, NJ)
  6. The Samuel Huntington Public Service Award – Grant (Sponsored by National Grid) (Application deadline January 18, 2013) (Global – You Choose Location))
  7. AmeriCorps – Louisiana Bucket Brigade (Post-Graduate) (Louisiana)
  8. Purpose – Strategy Internship in Social Entrepreneurship (Summer) (New York, NY)
  9. Social Entrepreneurship as a Career Choice – Resource (Article)
  10. Zipongo – Marketing/Creative Writing Internship (San Francisco, CA)

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American Student AssistanceInternships (Boston, MA)
Intern for a private nonprofit whose public purpose mission is to empower students and alumni to successfully manage and repay their college loan debt.  Multiple internships are available to work with content creation, interactive design and market research. Bilingual? Language skills are also a plus.
http://bit.ly/11NsU6j

ArtisWinter Internship (Available Now) (New York, NY)
Artis, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that supports and promotes contemporary visual artists from Israel internationally, seeks an intern to assist with the daily operations of a contemporary art non-profit; for immediate hire. Gain a wide range of experience in arts administration and nonprofit management working closely with 3 staff members.
http://bit.ly/TzXSte

Corporate Accountability InternationalNon-Profit Administration Intern (Boston, MA)
Take on significant projects to advance Corporate Accountability International’s mission, including the Think Outside the Bottle and Public Water Works! Campaigns to challenge corporate control of water, the Value [the] Meal campaign to challenge corporate abuse of our food, and the campaign to Challenge Big Tobacco.
http://bit.ly/Xmjyz3

Grant Space Knowledge BaseResource ()
Great overview of careers and opportunities in nonprofit sector, hosted by The Foundation Center.
http://bit.ly/YL6nrW

Great Oaks Charter SchoolTutor Corps (Post-Graduate Fellowship) (Newark, NJ)
The Great Oaks Tutor Corps is an intense one-year Urban Education Fellowship designed to close the achievement gap one student at a time. A highly selective full-time service year for recent college graduates, the Corps members work in a startup charter school on the front lines of education reform in Newark.
http://bit.ly/VjzH1W

The Samuel Huntington Public Service AwardFellowship (Sponsored by National Grid) (Global (You Choose Location))
The Samuel Huntington Public Service Award provides a $10,000 stipend for a graduating college senior to pursue one year of public service anywhere in the world. The award allows recipients to engage in a meaningful public service activity for one year before proceeding on to graduate school or a career.
http://bit.ly/VwRDbF

AmeriCorpsLouisiana Bucket Brigade (Post-Graduate) (Louisiana)
Work closely with Lieutenant Governor’s Office of Social Entrepreneurship, Social Entrepreneurs of New Orleans (SENO) to receive mentoring and pursue funding opportunities. Hold discussions with solar power and green jobs organizations and companies to create synergistic relationships for the communities.
http://1.usa.gov/TDyeHx

PurposeStrategy Internship in Social Entrepreneurship (Summer) (New York, NY)
Purpose creates 21st century movements to help solve some of the world’s biggest problems. Help to develop and execute Purpose movements and corporate partner initiatives, from strategy and ideation through testing and implementation. Work with multidisciplinary teams of strategists, technologists and interaction designers.
http://bit.ly/UDNT9U

Social Entrepreneurship as a Career ChoiceResource (Article) ()
David C. Hodgson, co-founder and board chairman of Echoing Green and managing director at General Atlantic, provides his perspective on careers in social entrepreneurship – why opportunities are increasing and why it matters.
http://huff.to/Vietle

ZipongoMarketing/Creative Writing Internship (San Francisco, CA)
Help with the execution of social media, blogging, and overall marketing and content strategy.  Our ideal candidate thrives in a fast-moving, startup environment, has a personal interest in health and wellness, and is passionate about Zipongo’s mission of decreasing the prevalence of chronic disease globally.
http://bit.ly/YL6ROH

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

 

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

International Specialty Bulletin #5, February 2012

TOPICS INCLUDE:

  • U.S. Dept. of State –  FALL Internship Program
  • Search for Common Good (SFCG) – International Internship Program
  • MEXICO:  IAPE – Assistant Teacher Internship
  • LONDON ­-  Mountbatten Institute Internship Program ( 1yr.) – POST-GRAD
  • Global Health Fellows Program II- USAID – Internship
  • LONDON – BioMed Central – Editorial Intern – POST-GRAD
  • Relief InternationalMiddle East and Haiti Programs Intern (DC)
  • Intensive Language Immersion – Middlebury College
  • Sister Cities International – Special Programs Intern
  • Congressional-Executive Commission on China – INTERNSHIP

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1. U.S. Dept. of State –  FALL Internship Program:

DEADLINE:  MARCH 2   http://careers.state.gov/students/programs

2. Search for Common Good (SFCG) – International Internship Program:

Interns work (typically 3 mos. in summer) with NGOs to find culturally appropriate means to strengthen societies’ capacity to deal with conflicts constructively, using innovative tools such as media production – radio, TV, film and print – mediation and facilitation, training, community organizing, sports, drama and music. Include the following countries: Angola, Burundi, Cote d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, East Timor, Guinea, Indonesia, Israel/Palestine (based in Jerusalem), Kosovo, Liberia, Madagascar, Nepal, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe.    (Yearlong internships are also available.)   http:www.sfcg.org

DEADLINE: FEB. 25

3. MEXICO:  Inter-American Partnership for Education (IAPE) – Asst. Teacher Internship:

April 20- May 24, 2012

The English Language Fellow (Assistant Teacher Intern) participate in drills, assist Rassias Trainers and plan/deliver evening cultural activities.

(IAPE) is a joint effort of Worldfund and Dartmouth College’s Rassias Center for World Languages and Cultures.

DEADLINE:  FEB. 29   See full description in DartBoard, under Job Search tab – enter Inter-American in Employer field.

4. London ­ Mountbatten Institute Internship Program ( 1yr.) – POST-GRAD:

Combine full-time work with seminars, self-assessment, and projects leading to either the Certificate or MBA in International Business Practice.  http://www.mountbatten.org/mipweb.nsf/pages/ld_a_year_in_london   (for year beginning August)   *MARCH 31

5.  Global Health Fellows Program II- USAID – Internship:

25 newly-opened summer internships with USAID in Washington, DC. One of the offices in USAID’s Bureau for Global Health—Office of the Assistant Administrator, Office of HIV/AIDS, Office of Population and Reproductive Health, Office of Health, Infectious Diseases and Nutrition. Technical areas include: * HIV/AIDS * Infectious diseases (e.g. malaria, avian influenza, TB) * Maternal and child health * Reproductive health * Nutrition * Commodities and logistics. While most positions are at the graduate level, some positions are also open to undergraduate students who meet certain criteria. http://www.usaid.gov/careers/studentprograms.html

6. LONDON – BioMed Central – Editorial Intern– POST-GRAD:

Work 3 months with the journal acquisitions team, identifying existing journals that would be suitable to become part of BioMed Central’s publishing portfolio.  http://www.biomedcentral.com/about/bmcjobs

7. Relief InternationalMiddle East and Haiti Programs Intern (DC):

Assist in report and proposal editing; write program summaries or assist in developing program communication material; assist on creating or revising program budgets.    (See list for several other internships)  http://www.ri.org/get_involved/volunteer-and-internships.php

8. Intensive Language Immersion – Middlebury College:

Middlebury College conducts intensive summer immersion programs for undergraduate and graduate college credit in 10 languages. Offer 24/7 learning environment with expert in-class instruction, co-curricular activities in language and small classes. Sampling of Middlebury’s programs:

-7-8 week programs in Chinese, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish (Middlebury, VT campus)

-7-8 week program in Arabic, Japanese, French and Spanish at Middlebury at Mills (Oakland, CA)   http://www.middlebury.edu/ls/

9.  Sister Cities International – Special Programs Intern:

The Special Programs Intern will assist with the planning and/or implementation of annual Sister Cities programs which include but are not limited to the Young Artists and Authors Showcases and the Annual Youth Leadership Conference. There will also be a research component as the Special Programs intern will be expected to stay up to date on member activities. http://www.sistercities.org/about/advocacy_internship.cfm#Advocacy

10.  Congressional-Executive Commission on China – INTERNSHIP (paid):

Conduct research and writing projects on human rights and rule of law issues in China under the supervision of Commission staff. Interns may also assist with researching and updating records on the Commission’s Political Prisoner Database. Interns may also be invited or required to attend some of the many rule of law and human rights events.  http://www.cecc.gov/pages/general/employ.php

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.


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?

 

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.

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!

Dartmouth Celebrates 50 Years of Partnership with the Peace Corps! Tuesday, 11/15

Dartmouth Celebrates 50 Years of Partnership with the Peace Corps! Tuesday, 11/15

SCHEDULE OF THE DAY

(Events are open to all; Dinner requires a response to the Tucker Foundation):

2:00 p.m. Open House for Returned Peace Corps Volunteers and interested others at the Faculty Lounge of the Hopkins Center

4:00 p.m. Panel of Dartmouth Returned Peace Corps Volunteers with Shari Hubert ’92 , Peace Corps Director of Recruitment, presiding; Loew Auditorium, Hopkins Center

5:30 p.m. Presentation of honors by President Jim Yong Kim to Dr. John Rassias and Charley “Doc” Dey ’52, Tucker Foundation Dean Emeritus, followed by a talk by Dey entitled “An Unintended Consequence”; Loew Auditorium

6:00 p.m. Premier of “Dartmouth and the Peace Corps: 50 Years of Partnership” Documentary; Loew Auditorium

6:30 p.m. Celebration dinner and reflection; Collis Common Ground
(RSVP required by Nov. 1)

Dinner RSVP and questions may be directed to the Tucker Foundation

Education Specialty Bulletin October 29, 2011

Below is a sample of what’s available for students wanting to pursue a teaching profession.

 1. Achievement First  (http://www.achievementfirst.org/careers/overview/)

2. Urban Teacher Center  (http://www.urbanteachercenter.org/about-us/jobs-utc)

3. Woodberry Forest School (www.woodberry.org)

4. Wediko Children’s Services (http://www.wediko.org/staff/why_wediko)

5. Groton School:  Charles C. Alexander Teacher-Intern Program 2012-2013 (http://www.groton.org/about/working/intern?rc=0)

6. School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston (www.smfa.edu)

7. Dartmouth College Department of Education  (http://www.dartmouth.edu/~reg/courses/desc/educ-req.html)

1.      Build a Career at Achievement First  (http://www.achievementfirst.org/careers/overview/)

Our students are proving every day that all students—regardless of race, class or life circumstances—can close the achievement gap, graduate from college and become leaders in our communities. Achievement First schools show that demographics do not determine destiny.

2.      Urban Teacher Center (http://www.urbanteachercenter.org/about-us/jobs-utc)

UTC seeks talented individuals committed to our mission of preparing highly effective teachers who will accelerate student achievement in the nation’s highest-need schools. We accomplish this by recruiting outstanding candidates, equipping them with state of the art training, and linking their certification to student academic performance.

3. Woodberry Forest School (www.woodberry.org)

KENAN-LEWIS INTERNSHIP

We invite recent college graduates interested in working in an independent boarding school environment to apply for a Kenan-Lewis Internship at Woodberry Forest School, a boarding school for 400 boys in grades 9 through 12 located on 1200 scenic acres in Madison County, Virginia.

Applications accepted from college seniors and recent graduates for the upcoming academic year until January 1, 2012.

4. Wediko Children’s Services (http://www.wediko.org/staff/why_wediko)

Wediko has over 75 years of experience working with children and adolescents whose Learning, social development, and self-direction are lagging.  If you are a person who is inspired and motivated by challenges, Wediko is the place for you. Our mission is to inspire hope and to persevere even in the face of conflict and set-backs.

5.      Groton School:  Charles C. Alexander Teacher-Intern Program 2012-2013

(http://www.groton.org/about/working/intern?rc=0)

The intern’s responsibilities will include supervised teaching under the guidance of an experienced member of the department, observation of other classes, and teaching or assisting in at least one other class. The fields open to interns are English, Mathematics, History, Classics, French, Spanish, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Religion, the Arts (not Art History), and Admission.

6. School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston (www.smfa.edu)

Master of Fine Art (MFA) Program:  Two year degree awarded by Tufts University.

Master of Arts in Teaching, Art Education (MAT) Program:  One Academic year + a summer with the Education Department at tufts University.

Post-Baccalaureate Program:  One year program to prepare students for advanced study and a career in the arts.

7.  Dartmouth College Department of Education (http://www.dartmouth.edu/~reg/courses/desc/educ-req.html)

The education department offers both a minor in education and a teacher certification program; undergraduates may choose either or both options. Students may take Education courses singly, to fill distributive requirements, or in a sequence that will satisfy the requirements for the minor and/or certification.

 

 

 

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