Intern with the U.S. Government! The Virtual Student Foreign Service (VSFS) is the largest virtual internship program in the world, and there are currently over 900 vacancies with over 30 federal agencies!
Applications are open through July 22nd at usajobs.gov. This is a great networking and professional opportunity, so take advantage and apply today!
West Whiteland Township is offering an unpaid, part-time internship with the Friends of the Park Nonprofit Board. The West Whiteland Townships, Friends of the Parks, along with the Township, has many recreational activities to plan, organize, and coordinate from January – June 2016! The activities range from the Summer Concert Series, Egg Hunt, Spring Clean-Up in the Parks, and more. The intern position will focus on these activities and have an opportunity to assist with fundraising for the 501c3.
If you are interested, contact:
Pam Gural-Bear, Assistant Township Manager/HR Director
610-363-9525, Ext. 3217
The deadline to apply is February 11th, 2016!
PAID INTERNSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT
Higher Education Policy Intern
This is an exciting internship opportunity, ideal for a graduate student interested in higher education, program assessment, and policy analysis.
The Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration (NASPAA) is a nonprofit association in Washington DC, dedicated to ensuring excellence in public service education and promoting the ideal of public service. We are a membership association of over 280 graduate education programs in public administration, public policy, and public affairs located across the US and around the globe. NASPAA is also the accreditor of master’s degree programs in these fields.
NASPAA is seeking a master’s student in fields such as public policy, public administration, education, or similar for an internship position for approximately 15-19 weeks during Spring 2016, starting as soon as possible. Students in master’s or doctoral programs in related fields are also encouraged to apply.
Primary responsibilities are expected to include:
- Creating the annual accreditation data report, NASPAA’s public resource on school data and trends. Candidate will be expected to clean, analyze, and present data effectively, resulting in the final report. Last year’s report can be viewed here: http://accreditation.naspaa.org/resources/data-on-accredited-programs/
- Tracking MPA program success regarding public information requirements on their websites and building simple guidance tools to help programs to better display their information.
There are typically short additional projects if time allows regarding quality in public affairs education. The internship may also include occasional office duties and projects as assigned.
The individual selected for this position will assist the NASPAA staff in supporting and enhancing programs and services for the association’s members; he or she will work directly with senior staff who will provide direction and supervision.
The intern/project assistant position will pay $13-15 per hour, depending on experience and student status, and can be part time (15-20 hrs/week) or full time (40 hours/week). Fellowship arrangements for doctoral candidates will be considered.
Applicants should have:
- Completed the equivalent of at least one semester of a master’s or doctoral program in public policy, public administration, education, or a related field.
- Excellent quantitative and qualitative analysis skills, including cleaning data, drawing appropriate conclusions, and communicating data in a compelling manner.
- Strong writing skills, especially in presenting analysis and messages for public consumption.
- Strong facility with Microsoft Excel.
- An interest in public service education, higher education, and/or program evaluation.
- An understanding of the subject matter and values orientation of public affairs education and practice.
- A desire to work in a non-profit and academic-oriented setting and confidence in dealing with academics and government professionals.
- Academic coursework in program evaluation is a plus.
NASPAA is located in downtown Washington, one block from the McPherson Square Metro station and four blocks from the White House.
The deadline is rolling. We will start considering applications immediately, but applications will be accepted until filled. The posting on publicservicecareers.org will be removed once the position is filled– otherwise potential applicants should assume the position is still open. This internship is a time-limited position and does not include benefits. International students may apply if they possess a visa that permits them to work in the US. NASPAA is an equal opportunity employer.
Please e-mail your letter of interest and resume to email@example.com, using the subject line “Application for Spring Internship”. A list of references will be required from candidates selected as finalists.
Pacem in Terris (Latin for “Peace on Earth”), is a 48 year old nonprofit peace and justice organization in Wilmington, DE. They have a number of internship opportunities available!
There are four positions available, and three of these positions are paid!
Check out the internships here.
2016 Northampton and Middletown Township
Northampton and Middletown Township in Bucks County are seeking an enthusiastic graduate student who is looking to gain hands-on local government experience. This opportunity is an inter-governmental internship with the intern splitting half his/her time with each municipality. The intern will assist with the following duties:
• Partner with an Environmental Advisory Council to develop a recycling program
• Assist Department Directors and a Finance Department on the development of a Capital Improvement Plan, Roadway Improvement Program, and Vehicle/Equipment Replacement Plan
• Assist a Public Works Department with gathering GIS data on various inventory
• Work with a Township Manager and Labor Counsel on an update of a Personnel Policy Manual
• Work with Township staff to develop/update an employee safety manual
• Identifying and developing grants and applications for various initiatives
• Develop an employee wellness program
• Assist with public information and social media efforts (Website, Twitter, Facebook, newsletter and eNews)
• Create and implement school and community engagement programs
• Other duties as necessary
The intern will also have the opportunity to be a part of upper-level management meetings/staff meetings, participate in the agenda-setting process, work with department directors, and network with other municipal leaders.
The intern is expected to work 300 hours in the spring semester, or approximately 20 hours per week for 15 weeks, and will be paid $5,000 ($17 per hour).
To apply for this internship, please submit your resume and a cover letter including what you hope to gain from the experience to Scott Sadowsky at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, January 15. Interviews will be the following week.