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Horace Mann Internship Program 2017

Are you looking for a unique summer internship or job not advertised anywhere else? Check out the opportunities from the Horace Mann Summer Internship & Career Development Program.

The program provides you with the unique opportunity to work with HM graduates, parents and friends of the school. The program is offered only to Horace Mann’s high school students and college-age alumni and is available through the efforts of volunteer parents and the school’s Alumni House and Development Office.

After reviewing the job list, fill out one Internship application for each of the openings you are interested in and note the reference # of the position in the upper left-hand corner of the application. Limit your applications to no more than nine positions. A resume is recommended.  If additional materials are requested, you are strongly encouraged to include these as well so review of your application is not delayed. As you select jobs, keep in mind that some internships and higher paying jobs will be very competitive. Apply to more than one.

All applications will be mailed directly to the prospective employers after the April 1st, 2017 deadline, with instructions for them to contact the students immediately, and make offers no later than April 30, 2017. Please note that once applications are mailed to the employer, the Alumni Office is no longer directly involved. We will not give out the names of the employers so please do not call requesting such information. We also recommend you explore other summer options. Although most applicants find a position, we are not able to guarantee you one.

We ask that you only apply for positions you are truly interested in. Respect the time and effort of the employers by responding to all phone calls, and present yourself in a professional manner including dress, attitude and behavior.

 

You may return your application by email, fax (less desirable) or by regular mail if necessary. If you would like to download the original Internship application to mail in or email on your own please click here Internship application for emailSend in your application and resumes as PDFs.

Email application, resume and any other information with reference numbers to internship@horacemann.org

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE: April 1st, 2017

We hope you will review all the job listings and take advantage of the great opportunities offered exclusively to HM high school students and college-age alums. Contact the Internship Program at internship@horacemann.org if you have questions, or need additional materials.

 

The initial set of internship listings will be posted on February 28 th and will be updated on a weekly basis through March.

   

Internship Listings                           

100 THE ARTS/ FILM/ TV/ RADIO/ MUSIC

200 Healthcare (human & animal) / social services/ medical AND OTHER research

300 JOURNALISM/ PUBLISHING

400 PUBLIC RELATIONS/ MARKETING/SALES/ DEVELOPMENT

500 LAW AND GOVERNMENT

600 FINANCIAL/GENERAL BUSINESS/ MANUFACTURING/ CONSULTING

700 COMPUTER / INTERNET

800 EDUCATION/ NON-PROFIT/SPORTS/ CAMPS/MISCELLANEOUS POSITIONS

900 HOSPITALITY/RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT

1000 NEW LISTINGS (posted 3.20.17)

 

100- THE ARTS/ FILM/ TV/ RADIO/ MUSIC

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REF. #101
JOB TITLE: Film Company Summer Intern
Organization: The Film Sales Company
Location: New York, NY
2 positions
Non-paying
Description: Intern duties include: reading scripts, screening films, attending industry screenings as well as basic clerical work including filing and preparing packages. The company is an international film sales agency which handles a wide variety of independent films and documentaries.
Special Requirement: Interest in the film industry preferred. 14-21 hours a week for 4 weeks. Currently enrolled college students or college alumni only should apply.
 
 
REF. # 102
JOB TITLE: Educational Program Internship
Organization: Lehman College Art Gallery
Location: Bronx, NY
Multiple Positions Available
Non paying
Work at a NYC college art gallery. Gain experience in:
Arts Education
Interns will learn all aspects of Lehman College Art Gallery's education programs including program and education materials development; hands-on experience working with students from K-12; prepping materials and studio classroom; researching themes for curriculum design and creating educational PowerPoint presentations and educational handout materials.
Arts Education Program & Gallery Marketing Interns will learn all aspects of coordinating marketing and outreach strategies for Lehman College Art Gallery's education programs and gallery programs including market research; developing primary and secondary databases; coordinating email and direct mail campaigns; updating social media outlets like Facebook and twitter; an interest in digital design and photography a plus.
Gallery Management
Interns will assist the associate curator in all aspects of gallery management including the internet research on artists, works and themes related to exhibition programs; the production of information associated to the exhibition-gallery labels, postcards, flyers, etc.-the photographic documentation of the current exhibition and parallel events; the promotion of gallery activities through different media-labeling hard copy materials, using social media, etc.-as well as archiving.
Special Requirements: Commitment of 5-10 hrs a week.  Must have good people skills and be good with children.  Junior, Senior or College-age alum.
 
 
REF. # 103
JOB TITLE: Artist Assistant
Organization: Liz Sloan Art
Location: Southampton, NY
$20/hour
1 position
This is a shadow opportunity for someone interested in a fine art career. Work alongside me on everything from producing element of the artwork, to marketing materials, to installing artwork. Length of internship is for 2-3 weeks over the summer in Southampton, NY. 5-10 hours a week for 1-2 days a week.

Special Requirements: Knowledge of Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop would be helpful

 

REF.# 104
JOB TITLE: Architectural Intern
Organization: Andre Tchelistcheff Architects
Location: New York, NY
1 Position
Paid Position, TBD
As a boutique design firm specializing in high end residential architecture, we are looking for a creative and team-oriented Architectural Intern. You will be assisting Project Architects with tasks relating to all phases of the design and construction process, as well as general administrative and organizational projects around the office. These can range from organizing the sample library to researching/cataloguing fixtures and finishes for current projects. No prior architectural experience is expected, but we require our interns to be responsible and resourceful, with a keen eye for design, and an enthusiasm for the field.  Hours and weeks TBD.

 

200- Healthcare/ Social Services / Medical and Other Research

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REF. #201
JOB TITLE: HR, Org. Development, Finance, Medicine, Operations, MIS, IT
Organization: MetroPlus Health Plan
Location: New York, NY
$15/hour
Several Positions
We are a health insurance company and have a number of options for interns. We try to give interns a realistic preview of what it’s like to work in a fast paced health insurance company. Moreover we try to give interns solid experience in a corporate environment.
Special Requirements: Interns must be 18 years or older; internship runs from 8-10 weeks
 
 
REF. #202
JOB TITLE: Veterinarian Hospital Assistant
Organization: Westside Veterinary Center
Location: New York, NY
2-4 positions
Non-paying
Observe appointments, procedures, dental surgeries and general surgeries.
Special Requirements: Interest in veterinary medicine.
Summer 2017 full or part time

 
REF. #203
JOB TITLE: Intern
Organization: Caroline Blackman MD PLLC
Location: New York, NY
1 position
Non-paying
Interested in being a resource in the Horace Mann Career Network.
Answer questions with regards to having your own small business and working with certain mental disorders and in the medical field.
With patients consent shadow a follow up.

 
REF. #204
JOB TITLE: Ophthalmic Technician, Doctor’s Assistant
Organization: Bronx Eye Associates
Location: Bronx, NY
2 positions
Non-Paying
The internship provides a great opportunity for anyone who wants to learn everything about ocular disease diagnosis and management – glaucoma, ARMD, diabetic retinopathy, hereditary retinal disorders, corneal degenerations and dystrophies to name a few. Intern will have access to the latest diagnostic equipment. PROKERA applications.
Hours are flexible. 15-25 hrs per week. 2-5 days a week (flexible).
Note: this internship gives you a priority to be considered for permanent part or full time position in the
office. If interested in 2017 March Break Shadow for 1-5 days (flexible) state it in your application.

 
REF# 205
JOB TITLE: Shadow a Pediatrician in a private practice
Organization: Manhattan Pediatrics
New York, NY
2 Positions
Non paying
Spend time with a pediatrician in a pediatric practice. Does not require a full time commitment.
 
 
REF# 206 (apply directly to organization)
JOB TITLE: Heath Intern
Organization: The Bronx-Westchester Area Health Education Center
Bronx, NY
Westchester, NY
The Bronx-Westchester Area Health Education Center (BWAHEC) Summer Health Internship Program (SHIP) provides a six week summer placement opportunity for high school juniors and seniors through college freshmen and sophomore students who have expressed an interest in the health field. Students are exposed to a variety of careers in the health fields as well as to health issues affecting their communities. SHIP students are encouraged to observe health professionals and inquire whenever possible about their career paths, education paths, job descriptions, and responsibilities. Students who successfully complete the BWAHEC SHIP will emerge with new-found connections, job readiness skills and insight into the world of healthcare. The program will run from July 5 through August 11, 2017. During this time participants will be expected to work at their designated sites for six hours each day with mandatory didactic sessions every Thursday. These sessions encompass a full day and include lectures, field trips, and other health related activities. On the final day of the program, students will be required to attend and present their final projects at the closing ceremony.

Criteria for Participation

  • Student must be a rising High School Junior or Senior or College Freshman or Sophomore as of Fall of 2017
  • Student must attend school and/or live in Bronx or Westchester County
  • Student must have a strong interest in pursuing a health/medical career
  • Student must be a United States Citizen or have Permanent Resident Status
  • Student must be available and committed to participate in the program on the following dates/times: July 5 - August 11, 2017 Monday - Thursday 9:00AM - 5:00PM

NOTE: PLEASE APPLY DIRECTLY TO BWAHEC
Application Instructions:
The 2017 Application Deadline is April 1st. Applications must be submitted online, and additional forms must be postmarked/emailed by April 1st. Only complete applications will be reviewed. Interviews will take place in April. Students will be contacted about admission into the program by May 1st.
Full Application Components:
Online Application: Basic Information, Health Interests, and Essay
Resume and Transcripts: Email a current copy of your unofficial transcript and your resume to ahecinfo@gmail.com.
Recommendation: Provide one letter of recommendation from a non-family member who will confirm your interest in health careers. Please send all letters of recommendation on official letterhead directly to ahecinfo@gmail.com.
For application and additional information:   http://bwahec.org/summer-health-internship-program/

REF# 207
JOB TITLE: Observer in Cardiology Dept. at Lenox Hill Hospital
Organization: Lenox Hill Heart and Vascular Institute
New York, NY
2 Positions
Non paying
Opportunity to shadow experts in the field of general cardiology, interventional cardiology, electrophysiology, echocardiology, CT and MRI of the heart and cardiothoracic surgery.
20-40 Horus a week. 1-4 weeks.


REF. #208
JOB TITLE: Research Assistant – Social Intervention Group/Global Health Research Center for Central Asia
Organization: Columbia University School of Social Work
Location: New York, NY
2-3 positions
Nonpaying
Description:
Two to three unpaid internships available from early June - end July (flexible start and end dates) for Research Assistants at the Global Health Research Center for projects testing programs for HIV prevention, alcohol/drug dependence, violence prevention among women.  
Tasks may include:

  • Literature review; preparation of annotated bibliography; web searches
  • Qualitative data analysis and interpretation; manuscript writing
  • Summary and translation of scientific articles into ‘lay language’ for dissemination through social media
  • Updating/improving project-related web pages and social media
  • Updating/improving project-related communications using presentation software including Powerpoint and Prezi
  • Assistance in preparing hybrid course materials including script writing and videography for video production and posting 

Research assistants will learn about and be exposed to international and domestic research, including discussion of the continuum of empirical research process from problem formulation through dissemination.
21 hours a week for 4-6 weeks. Junior, Senior or college-age alum.
 
 
REF. #209
JOB TITLE: Veterinary Assistant
Organization: Port Chester/ Rye Town Animal Hospital
Location: Rye Brook, NY
1-2 positions
Non-Paying Internship
Learn about veterinary medicine, applying the biology learned in high school and practical diagnostics.
Special Requirements: Interest in animals and biology is a must. Only enthusiastic applicants need apply! 20 hours a week for 6 weeks.
 
 
REF. #210 (apply directly to organization)
JOB TITLE: Earth Science Summer Internship
Organization: The Center for Climate and Life
Location: Palisades, NY
Description:
The Center for Climate and Life at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University offers a summer internship opportunities for high school students interested in gaining hands-on Earth science research experience. The center is located in Palisades, NY, just 30 minutes north of Manhattan. With over 500 staff, Lamont scientists conduct fundamental Earth science research from the inner core to the outer reaches of the atmosphere on subjects that include climate change, oceanography, geochemistry, ocean and life sciences, marine genomics, tree ring research, seismology, and geophysics.
High school interns work in small groups of two to four on research topics designed and led by Lamont scientists. Students gain hands-on experience in real research labs and will learn how to read research papers, perform measurements, collect and present data, and give presentations. 
Internship Details and Eligibility: There are no formal application prerequisites but some demonstrated interest or experience in Earth science research is preferred. Students are expected to work collaboratively in small groups, read scientific papers, participate in discussion groups, work independently and reliably, and demonstrate a high degree of maturity and responsibility.
The work can be intellectually demanding, and laboratory work can be tedious and must be conducted with great attention to detail. Interns must complete readings and share updates each week, and at the end of the summer, each team will produce a science poster and a draft of a research article on their project. There is no cost to participate in the program.
Program Dates and Duration: Internships are four weeks long, full time, with students arriving Tuesday, July 5 and completing their internships by Wednesday, August 2. Students must be able to attend the full program.
Hours: The program runs Monday through Friday, typically 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. A free shuttle bus transports students to and from the main Columbia University campus.
Application Procedure: 
Download the application from CCL website (http://climateandlife.columbia.edu/2017-high-school-intern-program/)
Completed applications must be submitted by email to Cassie Xu (cassie@ei.columbia.edu) by April 14, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.
 
 
REF. #211
JOB TITLE: Shadow at Physician’s office
Organization: Difficult Diagnosis
Location: New York, NY
1 position
Nonpaying
Description:  Learn how doctors try to figure out what’s wrong with a patient. Are “House” episodes accurate?

 

300- JOURNALISM/ PUBLISHING

 

REF. #301
JOB TITLE: Intern
Organization:  Bellevue Literary Press/ Dept. of Medicine NYU
Location: New York, NY
$500 per week
Summer/weeks to be negotiated
1-2 Positions
Bellevue Literary Press, housed in historic Bellevue Hospital, is the first and only nonprofit press publishing at the arts-sciences nexus. Since 2007, BLP has been publishing prize-winning books that address the “big questions” of the human condition while promoting literature and the humanities to the science and medical communities and science literacy to a general readership. Awards have included the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, National Book Award Nominations, & New York Times Bestsellers. This is an excellent opportunity to learn about small press publishing and interact with editors and authors.
Requirements: 
Strong reading/writing skills.  Interview will be required (make sure you are prepared to discuss your favorite current fiction!)

 

400- PUBLIC RELATIONS/ MARKETING/SALES /DEVELOPMENT

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REF. #401
JOB TITLE: Marketing & Promotions Intern
Organization: Civic Entertainment Group; A Seacrest Global Group Company
Location: New York, NY
1 position
$11/hour
CIVIC, a Seacrest Global Company, is a leading-edge brand strategy, marketing and promotions agency base in NYC.   From devising long-term strategic positioning for brands to creating experiential promotions at SXSW and Comic Con, CIVIC’s uniquely creative approach to marketing has made us the go-to agency for blue chip brands like HBO, CNN, Ford Motor Company, Airbnb, Facebook, Snap, and many others. The marketing and promotions intern will experience many sides of our dynamic business-including activation production, proposal writing and research-and work with a variety of team members including creatives, producers, strategists and account managers.
Special Requirements: Must be an excellent writer and communicator, savvy, trend-aware, self-motivated and a hard worker.
40 hours a week. 5 days a week/ # of weeks TBD
 


REF. #402
JOB TITLE: Social Media/Digital Marketing Intern for Revo Sunglases
Organization: B. Robinson Optical (Revo Sunglasses)
Location: New York, NY
1 position
Nonpaying
Description: Assists the Revo digital marketing and social media team (Marketing Coordinator & Director) with the creation and publication of content for social media platforms; assists with Revo marketing initiatives and public relations efforts.
Special Requirement:
Excellent written communication is essential.
Knowledge of social networks (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, You Tube, Tumblr) blog publishing tools (WordPress & Photoshop), Google Analytics and Microsoft Office applications.
Keen attention to detail including the strong organization and planning skills and a strong ability to multitask.
Basic photography skills for social media.
Proactive self-starter who can take an idea and execute it from start to finish.
16 hours a week for 3 weeks.
 
 
 
REF. # 403   
JOB TITLE: Analyst
Organization: Miraval Group
Location: New York, NY
Position TBD
$15/hr.
Description: Several opportunities will exist to work with a growing destination resort spa brand including reviewing asset performance, online marketing strategies and marketing strategies. We can tailor the project to the student’s interests around the creative side of the analytical angle or both.
30 hours a week.
 
 
REF. #404
JOB TITLE: Property Management Intern
Organization:  Glenmore Management LLC
Location: Secaucus, NJ
$10/hour
1 Position
Communicate with tenants, contractors, and brokers.  Organize various management requirements of properties some clerical.  Opportunity for more advanced tasks based on ability. 
Not required but more diverse opportunities if student has a car. 
20 with a potential for more hours.  3-5 weeks.
 
 
 
REF. #405
JOB TITLE: Marketing Intern
Organization: Aromaflage
Location: New York, NY
2-3 positions
Nonpaying
Aromaflage is a fragrance & candle line with function. We are carried in about 500 stores such as Nordstrom, Fall Seasons, Ritt and covered in press such as The Today Show, WSJ, and Vogue.
Special Requirements: 40 hours a week. 5 days a week.
 
 
REF. #406
JOB TITLE: Fundraising & Outreach Intern
Organization: Outward Bound USA
Location: Financial District, NY
1+ positions
Nonpaying
Summary
Outward Bound USA is the premier experiential and outdoor education non-profit in the United States.
Outward Bound exists today in order to fulfill its mission of changing lives through challenge and
discovery. Currently, Outward Bound USA raises more than $3 million each year from individual donors,
foundations and corporations to provide operational support at the national level and scholarship
support to the Outward Bound network of regional charter schools.
Outward Bound USA seeks a Fundraising and Outreach Intern to assist with the fundraising efforts of the
National Development Department, based in New York City. The Fundraising and Outreach Intern will
work under the supervision of the Development Coordinator and work closely with the entire
Development team on projects and tasks that support the annual fundraising goals and strategies.
Current strategies include targeted campaign appeals, special donor cultivation events, maintaining a
robust proposal schedule, growing our individual giving program, the creation of engaging donor
communications, and the production of a black-tie fundraising event each fall in Manhattan. The
Fundraising and Outreach Intern will play an integral role in the execution of these strategies, and learn a
great deal about the Development field of the non-profit industry while working collaboratively alongside
staff in our communications, finance and creative departments.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Prepare and assist with donor communications (i.e. monthly newsletter, quarterly appeals)
  • Assist in the maintenance of the Raiser’s Edge database including: inputting relevant donor data
  • and giving history, running reports, and generating acknowledgement letters
  • Research potential foundation, corporate and major gifts prospects
  • Assist with the planning and execution of special events logistics and outreach

Ideal candidate will possess:

  • Strong organizational skills and keen attention to detail
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to be an independent learner, think creatively and act as a team player
  • Willingness to learn fundraising software and databases
  • Overall enthusiasm about the mission of Outward Bound
  • Interest in pursuing a career in non-profit development, fundraising or special events
  • Love for the outdoors and an interest experiential learning is a plus

Additional Details

  • This position is located in our Development office in the Financial District in lower Manhattan
  • Unlimited monthly Metro-Card provided throughout internship to cover transit expenses
  • Internships usually run on a 4 month rotation with flexibility for a longer term if desired
  • There will be ongoing supervision and feedback provided, with a final formal evaluation of the
  • experience facilitated by the Development Director
  • College credit may be available; determined on a case-by-case basis.

To apply: Please email cover letter and résumé
 
 
 
REF. #407 (apply directly to organization)
JOB TITLE: Marketing Intern
Organization:  Tournesol Kids
Location: New York, NY
Non paying
3-4 Positions
TITLE: Marketing Intern
Tournesol Kids is a not for profit organization dedicated to empowering parents and caregivers with tools to identify and meet the individual developmental, physical and emotional needs of children. We provide online education, health assessments and customized integrative pediatric coaching and counseling.
We are seeking an outgoing, confident Marketing Intern with a passion for increasing the visibility of pediatric holistic healthcare. The intern will gain hands on experience developing and implementing a comprehensive strategy to promote Tournesol Kids through various channels. This is an outstanding
opportunity to enter on the ground floor of a non-profit organization with a vision towards creating a viable, accessible holistic model for pediatric health.
OVERALL JOB FUNCTION: Reporting to the Manager of Operations, the Marketing Intern will provide support by researching, recommending and implementing strategies to raise awareness, attract new customers and nurture existing client relationships. The Marketing Intern will be an integral part of
the Tournesol team as we expand our marketing efforts and grow our business.
 
RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Brainstorm and execute creative campaigns to attract new clients and maintain current client relationships
  • Research, recommend and implement a plan to increase our social media presence
  • Assist with planning client events
  • Work with staff to plan, write and distribute email newsletters
  • Develop and maintain distribution lists and media lists
  • Conduct research that supports the growing holistic health system
  • Other related duties as assigned, including reception coverage and administrative support as needed
  • possibly organize a fundraising event through Kickstarter or other online grass roots campaign
  • possible programming design for healthcare intake survey for pediatric health care coaching
  • possible video filming & design of healthcare training videos, social media marketing & fundraising shorts.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • High School or college student interested in marketing, public relations, or corporate communications and health care.
  • Self-starter who can think creatively and follow through on assignments
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills, as well as strong research and analytical skills
  • Detail-oriented, resourceful, and able to multi-task and prioritize under deadlines
  • A working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite and InDesign software preferred
  • Knowledge of and interest in holistic and integrative health a plus

LOGISTICS

  • Hours are flexible. A commitment of 4 hours per day with a minimum of 3-4 weeks is preferred, or up to the whole Summer
  • 3 to 4 internship positions available at a time
  • The internship runs for the Summer 2017 with an option of extending through the fall

Qualified applicants should submit a resume, cover letter and two writing samples (can include student/school essays) to Carey Davidson, carey@tournesolwellness.com
 
 
REF. #408
JOB TITLE: Construction Manager's Assistant
Organization: Newcastle Realty Services, LLC
Stipend for commute and lunch up to $15/day.
Description: Join Construction managers on job sites to review unit layouts and take room and utility measurements at locations; assist in procuring all material items from various vendors, place/track firm orders and quantities, coordinate scheduling, material deliveries: research alternative material sources, options & pricing.
Commitment: 4 days/week not including Fridays
Senior in College or a Graduate School Student
 
 
 
REF. #409
JOB TITLE: Property Manager Assistant
Organization: Newcastle Realty Services, LLC
Stipend for commute and lunch up to $15/day.
Description: The intern will be paired with a property manager. On a daily basis you will gain full exposure in all facets of residential property management including: assisting in project reporting, reviewing and updating legal issues, visiting properties and meeting with contractors. Interested applicants should be well spoken, articulate, organized and able to multitask. 
Commitment: 4 days/week not including Fridays  
Junior or Senior in College. Stipend for commute and lunch up to $15/day.
 


500- LAW and GOVERNMENT

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REF. # 501
JOB TITLE: Paralegal/Secretarial Assistant
Organization: Lax & Neville LLP
Location: New York, NY
1 Position
Non paying
Filing and organizing client files, help with phones and case management.
Hours and days TBD.
 
 
 
REF. #502
JOB TITLE: Legal/Paralegal Internship
Organization: Newcastle Realty Services, LLC
Stipend for commute and lunch up to $15/day.
Description: Assist attorneys in office, assist attorneys in housing court, filed index numbers, assist paralegal with daily duties, and any other various projects. Interested applicant should be organized, and have excellent communication skills. 
Commitment: 4 days/week not including Fridays 
High School or College Freshman
 
 
 
REF. #503 (apply directly to organization)
JOB TITLE: The New York County District Attorney’s High School Internship
Organization: New York County District Attorney’s Office
New York, NY
Multiple Positions
$150/week
The New York County District Attorney’s High School Internship Program is a rigorous internship that provides students with an insider’s view of the criminal justice system. Each intern is assigned to a unit within the Office and helps Assistant District Attorneys and other staff members with their work. Interns also attend presentations and trips and participate in a mock trial competition.
For nearly 30 years, the program’s interns have represented a variety of public, independent, and parochial schools from the diverse communities of Manhattan. We will be accepting applications in February from bright and promising students who are interested in serving their communities. Interns receive a $150 weekly stipend.
Eligibility
Applicants must live in Manhattan or attend school in Manhattan (no exceptions will be made)
Applicants must be sophomores, juniors or seniors in high school at the time they apply (current freshmen may not apply)
Applicants must commit to attend the entire program from July 5, 2017 - August 11, 2017, Monday - Friday from 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM (students will not be permitted to start after July 5 or leave before August 11)
NOTE: PLEASE APPLY TO THE MANHATTAN DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE DIRECTLY:
Applications will be accepted online only starting February 15, 2017 through March 15, 2017 (5:00 p.m. EST).
Applicants will be required to attach the following: 
A one-page resume
A 500-word essay discussing why you want to intern at the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office or describing your interest in criminal justice
A letter of recommendation - may be uploaded by the student or emailed by the recommender to HighSchoolInternship@dany.nyc.gov 
Applications: https://lawcruit.micronapps.com/sup/lc_supp_app_frm.aspx?lawfirm=211&id=14

Questions: HighSchoolInternship@dany.nyc.gov 

 

600-FINANCIAL/ GENERAL BUSINESS/MANUFACTURING/ CONSULTING

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REF. #601
JOB TITLE: Real Estate Intern
Organization: Dalan Management Associates, Inc.
Location: New York, NY
1 Position
$400/ Week
Description: Dalan Management is a Manhattan based real estate firm that owns and operates over 40 properties and approximately 2,000 apartments in NY and Phoenix. This internship will expose you to all aspects of the real estate industry including acquisitions, building operations, construction management, and property management.
Please note that majority of the time will be spent assisting with administrative responsibilities, including: filing, making copies, errands, data entry into spreadsheets. Please make sure that your able to commit to the schedule of duties before applying.
 
 
REF. # 602
JOB TITLE: EMM University
Organization: EMM
Location: New York, NY
1 position
Non Paying
Description: Our objective is to help students become more financially literate. We provide an in-depth understanding of the field of finance and how wealth management firms operate with the basic philosophy and principals of investing.
40 hours for 1 week ( last week of August)
Special requirements: HM Junior or Senior
 
 
 
REF. #603
JOB TITLE: Junior Analyst
Organization: Headlands Asset Management LLC
Location: New York, NY
2 Positions
$500/per week (1-2 week opportunity)
Junior Analyst for New York Office (San Francisco-based Private Equity Fund). Knowledge of EXCEL preferred but NOT required. One week opportunity in June/July 2017 (mutually agreeable week to be negotiated). Potential for additional/ongoing opportunities.
Special Requirements: HM Juniors, Seniors or HM college students only
 
 
REF. #604
JOB TITLE: Junior Analyst
Organization: Headlands Asset Management LLC
Location: San Rafael, CA (Marin County)
1 Position
$500/1 Week
Junior Analyst for San Rafael Office (San Francisco-based Private Equity Fund). Knowledge of EXCEL preferred but NOT required. One week opportunity in June/July 2017 (mutually agreeable week to be negotiated). Potential for additional opportunities.
Special Requirements: HM Junior or Senior only
 
 
 
REF. #605
JOB TITLE: Part-time Intern
Organization: Plush
Location: New York, NY
2 positions
Nonpaying
Description: Plush Apparel is seeking a part-time intern to assist Corporate & Contemporary Showroom with daily administrative tasks. The right candidate will be highly motivated, organized, detail oriented, have great written and verbal communication skills.
Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  • compiling market research
  • assisting our sales reps
  • assisting at our showroom
  • editing photos/line sheets
  • updating website
  • processing orders
  • pulling & coordinating sample runs

Requirements:

  • Must have strong communication skills.
  • Must be a team player and VERY reliable.
  • Must be energetic and have a positive attitude!
  • Photoshop and Illustrator Skills a PLUS

5-30 hours a week for 8-12 weeks

 
REF# 606
JOB TITLE: Administrative & Research Assistant/Financial Planning
Organization: Chen Planning Consultants
New York, NY
2 Position
Negotiable
Learn about financial planning and business management by working closely with the owner of this financial consulting firm.  There will be research and clerical/administrative work involved.  No job too small or too big. Position requires 30 hours worked per week for 4-8 weeks.
Special Requirements:  Know the computer and have good phone manners. 

 
REF. #607
JOB TITLE: Junior Assistant in Project Management
Organization: C.A.C. Industries
Location: Long Island City, NY
1 position
$14/hr.
C.A.C. Industries, Inc. is a general contractor with work throughout New York City.
We are interested in a student or alum with an interest in construction project management to assist the Executive Project Manager, Chief Engineer and Chief Estimator with computer related work such as excel spreadsheets and takeoffs. Work will include office clerical tasks such as filing, scanning, copying and uploading documents on the cloud.

 
REF. #608 (apply directly to organization)
JOB TITLE: Summer Intern
Organization: Venture for America
Location: Providence, RI
2-3 Positions
Stipend $600-750 + housing & food
We’re seeking highly motivated college students to join our team and help make sure Training Camp 2017 goes off without a hitch. Training Camp is a rigorous 5-week program, held on campus at Brown University, that will prepare the 2017 class of Venture for America Fellows to hit the ground running as early-stage startup employees and entrepreneurs. We’re looking for energetic, reliable team players who are excited to work closely with one department at VFA, while still pitching in each day to ensure that Training Camp’s (many!) moving parts run smoothly.
This 10-week internship runs from May 30-August 4, with some flexibility around start and end dates. Before and after Training Camp, you’ll work from VFA headquarters in NYC.
You:

  • Are a student at a top college or university, in any major.
  • Have had one or more previous internships or other professional experience.
  • Welcome challenges and responsibility; you’re an ambitious self-starter with exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Are a team player who feels that no task is too small. You’re ready to fix A/V problems, take out the trash after events, and generally do whatever it takes to keep Training Camp running seamlessly.
  • Demonstrate excellent communication skills and can represent VFA professionally while interacting with Fellows, high-level supporters, and other Training Camp guests.
  • Have strong values alignment with VFA and are excited about our mission.

What you’ll do:

  • Work full-time in Providence, RI from June 20-July 22, and from VFA’s headquarters in New York City before and after Training Camp.
  • Be part of the core team managing daily operations at Training Camp, including the schedule and other logistics.
  • Work closely with one team (marketing, events, operations, recruitment, guest experience, or Fellow experience), where you’ll manage at least one major project that will serve as the capstone of your internship.
  • Serve as a capable utility player. You’ll do everything from preparing materials for training sessions to working with outside vendors to setting up spaces for events.
  • Be a resource for Fellows and plan activities to enhance their experience.

The good stuff:

  • The VFAmily: we have a fun, tightly-knit team culture (a must to live together in Providence for five weeks!), and you’ll have an opportunity to make a real impact over the course of the summer.
  • The substantive, marketable experience: we treat our interns like VFA team members. We’ll give you tons of responsibility from day one, and the more you rise to the occasion the more we’ll have you take on.
  • The inside scoop: you’ll have a front-row seat to a premier entrepreneurship training program, and will have the opportunity to regularly sit in on trainings.
  • The network: our past interns tell us that the best part of this internship is getting to know VFA Fellows, alumni, and supporters.
  • The perks: we offer all interns a stipend, and will cover your room, board, and travel expenses while in Providence (you’ll secure your own housing while in NYC).

PLEASE NOTE: APPLICANTS SHOULD APPLY DIRECTLY ONLINE:
https://jobs.lever.co/ventureforamerica/d41e22cc-6e06-4a9e-b238-c8a1bc84907aAdditional information can be found online: http://ventureforamerica.org/

 


REF. #609 (apply directly to organization)
JOB TITLE: Accounting Intern
Organization: Kingsbridge Heights Community Center
Location: Bronx, NY
Non paying
For over 40 years, Kingsbridge Heights Community Center (KHCC) has provided quality educational and social services that build on the strengths of our diverse Bronx community to help people of all ages thrive, including abuse survivors and those with developmental disabilities. Please visit our website at khcc-nyc.org to find out more about our individual programs.

KHCC is seeking a tenacious intern with a good eye for detail. This unpaid, part-time intern will be responsible for a myriad of activities involving accounting operations, reviewing financial information, reconciling financial data and entering data. This internship is an excellent opportunity for any student wishing to dive into the world of non-for-profit accounting and build their capabilities. By the end of the internship students should be able to take away valuable skills learned from KHCC professionals to put to use in their future endeavors.

Responsibilities:

  • Assists with accounts receivable inquiries and billing processes.
  • Assist with accounts payable processing and review.
  • Assist with audit requests.
  • Assist with program budgeting.

The ideal candidate will posses

  • A positive, flexible attitude accompanied with a curious spirit and a keen eye for detail
  • Excellent mathematical, analytical and communication skills, ideally studying in an area that supports these skills (i.e. Business, Finance, Accounting, Economics)
  • A desire to learn more about non-profit financial management and a commitment to KHCC’s cause.
  • Knowledge of filing, data entry, GAAP and excel preferred.
  • Preferably a college junior or senior with a minim GPA of 3.0 and a CPA candidate.

This internship will be 15-20 hours per week for the duration of the summer, fall or spring, with option to extend. The specific days and times during the week can be flexible. We are willing to work with colleges who offer credit for internship experiences. Please attach and email resumes to

wlittleton@khcc-nyc.org.

 

REF. #610
JOB TITLE: Event & Research Assistant
Organization: Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business
Location: New York, NY
3 Positions
Nonpaying (possible $8 an hour if the job is well done).

Special Requirements:  3-8 hours a week for 2-5 weeks



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REF. # 701   
JOB TITLE: Clerical Assistant
Organization: Owens Group Limited
Location: Englewood Cliffs, NJ
2 positions
$12/hr.
Description: Must be an articulate, detail oriented, organized individual. Must possess exceptional customer service skills. Will work with several departments throughout the agency on special projects.
Special Requirements: Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint required. Able to handle client phone calls. 37.5 hrs a week/ 5 days a week.
 
 
 
REF. #702   
JOB TITLE: Summer Intern
Organization: Mahalo
Location: New York, NY
2 positions
Non Paying
Mahalo is a new mobile application that simplifies the act of giving to any non-profit (501c3) in the United States. Users can donate and fundraise in a matter of clicks, while receiving one consolidated tax statement online. Additionally, there is a self-service portal for businesses and charitable organizations to execute all of their marketing activities to promote charitable giving.
The summer intern(s) will work with the CEO, in an entrepreneurial environment, to help launch the new mobile app business. The intern will help design and execute marketing plans to generate new users and organizations, help with COO/CFO activities for daily operations and financial reporting, and assist in social media strategy and execution. 20 hours a week.

 

REF. #703
JOB TITLE: Social Media Associate
Organization: Fitness by Zoe
Location: Brooklyn, NY
3-5 positions
Non Paying
Generate content and campaigns, monitor results and make recommendations based on performance across all company social media channels.
25 hours a week. 3 days a week.
 


REF. #704
JOB TITLE: Digital Content Manager
Organization: Fitness by Zoe
Location: Brooklyn, NY
3-5 positions
Non Paying
Leverage and create, when needed, high quality content for the Fitness by Zoe website and lead generation funnel. Create and measure lead generation campaigns
Videography/photography experience a must
25 hours a week. 3 days a week.
 
 
REF. #705
JOB TITLE: Graphic Designer
Organization: Fitness by Zoe
Location: Brooklyn, NY
3-5 positions
Non Paying
Prepare marketing collateral across email, web, social & print; design art and copy layout
graphic design skills a must
25 hours a week. 3 days a week.

 

800- EDUCATION/ NON-PROFIT/ SPORTS/ CAMPS/MISCELLANEOUS POSITIONS

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REF. #801
JOB TITLE: Summer Camp Counselor and Tutor
Organization:  Fastrackids & Eye Level Learning Center
Location: New York, NY
Non Paying
2 - 4 Positions
Fastrackids is a premier academic enrichment and learning center for children ages 4-12.  Interns will assist our teachers with our camps and tutoring sessions.
We run our program for 11 weeks at 2 locations so we could accommodate up to 4 interns, each working for the summer.
 
 
REF. #802
JOB TITLE: EHTP Summer Intern
Organization: East Harlem Tutorial Program (ETHP)
Location: New York, NY
5 Positions
EHTP is offering a variety of internship opportunities this summer. Interns will support our 4 week summer program staff and our K-8th grade scholars, gaining experience in education, operations, recruitment and administration. Interns will work in the classroom as well as support in an administrative capacity.
Special Requirement: Application is required, as well as compliance paperwork. Administrative skills a plus! Internship only available to interns over 16.
20 hours per week. 4 weeks. Minimum of 2 days per week.

 


REF# 803
JOB TITLE: Summer on the Hill Intern
Organization: Summer on the Hill
Location: Bronx, NY  
1 or more Positions 
Summer Internships at Summer on the Hill at Horace Mann 
Summer on the Hill, an academic enrichment program for promising, low-income public school students from the Bronx, Washington Heights, and Harlem, holds a five-week summer program on the campus of the Horace Mann School each year. We are looking for two college students interested in being part of the SOH administrative team, performing general office work and other tasks such as recording attendance, grading exams, and data entry.
We are looking for college students who are:

  • considering teaching or education administration as a career
  • are willing to perform general office tasks

can make a commitment to our full five-week program (June 29 - July 28), as well as 1-2 afternoon meetings prior to the program start date
The atmosphere at Summer on the Hill is busy but friendly, and the children are a joy to work with. In addition to a $1500 stipend we would be happy to write letters of recommendation and/or be a future job reference. 
Send a resume and a brief statement of interest



REF# 804 (apply directly to organization)
JOB TITLE: Wave Hill Internship
Organization: Wave Hill
Location: Bronx, NY  
1 or more Positions 
$9-$9.50 an hour
Program Description:
Now going into its 37th year, the Forest Project continues to be one of Wave Hill’s signature programs. This paid summer internship gives high school students an unparalleled opportunity to learn about ecology in an urban setting. Throughout the summer, interns gain hands-on field experience and participate in a dynamic, field-based course.  Guest speakers, field trips and special projects contribute to an immersive and rewarding summer. The work is demanding but satisfying—building and maintaining woodland trails, removing invasive plant species, shoring up eroded slopes and helping to document the process of restoring the disturbed woodland toward a more balanced state.  Team-building activities help create a strong sense of community and connection both for fellow interns and for the project's collective mission. 
 
Field Work:
Under the direction of an experienced crew leader, interns work together in small crews to do trail maintenance, erosion control, invasive removal and planting and caring for native plants. Each crew works at an assigned worksite for the duration of the summer.
Spend an unforgettable summer working as part of a small crew protecting and improving Wave Hill’s woodlands, enjoying the outdoors, learning about restoration ecology and making friends. Second-year interns learn basic mapping (GIS) skills.
 
June 29–August 22, 2017*
Mondays through Fridays, 9am–4pm
* Required family orientation and intern training sessions will take place during the last week in June. These sessions will not conflict with school attendance.
Qualifications

  • Currently enrolled in the 10th, 11th or 12th grade
  • Interested in learning about urban natural areas
  • Strong academic record, especially in the sciences
  • Ready for rigorous fieldwork and academic study

Wages

  • First-year interns earn $9/hr
  • Second-year interns earn $9.50/hr

NOTE: PLEASE APPLY DIRECTLY TO WAVEHILL FOREST PROJECT

  • Application and additional information can be found: https://www.wavehill.org/education/forest-project/
  • Application includes complete application and essay
  • Application deadline: Sunday, March 19th, 2017



REF# 805 (apply directly to organization)
JOB TITLE: Saltz Intern
Organization: American Museum of Natural History
Location: New York, NY  
1 or more Positions 
Metro Card & Stipend
Consider becoming a Saltz Intern and learn to use equipment and technologies to guide visitors of all ages in investigations of artifacts, specimens, and the laws of physics. Use pieces of a telescope to explore how scientists view astronomical bodies in the Hall of the Universe, or discover how a snake’s vision is similar to Infrared cameras. In the Hall of Ocean Life, dive into the tiny but powerful work of plankton, or pass around some poisonous sea creatures and their victims. Participating in the Saltz Internship Program is an opportunity for you to meet Museum personnel, explore scientific content, learn valuable skills for working with and teaching learners of all ages, and have an impact on the experiences of thousands of Museum visitors.
PROGRAM DETAILS
Saltz Interns complete 144 hours of work over the course of the summer running from July to August.  Interns work 20 hours per week for 5 weeks
Interns participate in two weeks of training for science content, communication skills, and teaching skills at the beginning of the internship
Interns receive a metrocard, and uniform while in the program and a stipend once the program has been completed.
ELIGIBILITY AND PREREQUISITES
The Saltz Internship Program is an intensive learning and work experience intended to build upon the Museum's (After School Program).  Preference will be given to youth who have completed two After-School Program courses in life sciences, astronomy, or earth and planetary sciences, but all are encouraged to apply.
Saltz Internship applicants MUST:

  • Live in or attend high school in New York City.
  • Be 15-18 years old.
  • Have Valid Working Papers.
  • Submission of Online Application, Essay, and Recommendation Letter via application link  Please write a 3 – 4 paragraph essay about yourself that addresses the following questions:
  • Why are you a good candidate for the Saltz Internship Program?
  • Why are you interested in the sciences?
  • How will this experience at the Museum help you further your academic and career goals?

One letter of recommendation must be submitted for your application to be complete. Your letter of recommendation should come from a teacher, or another adult who knows you, such as someone from your youth program, after-school program, or workplace. Your letter of recommendation should not come from a parent or family member. The recommendation letter can be uploaded at the end of the application or emailed to saltzprogram@amnh.org

For application:    http://www.amnh.org/learn-teach/grades-9-12/saltz-internship-program

Application Deadline - 5pm Sunday March 12th
Please direct questions to: For any questions about this program, please contact saltzprogram@amnh.org.
 
 
REF# 806 (apply directly to organization)
JOB TITLE: Student Historian Internship Program
Organization: The New York Historical Society
Location: New York, NY  
2 Positions
TBD
The New-York Historical Society offers two sessions of the Student Historian Internship Program each year (Academic Year and Summer).
The Student Historian High School Internship Program is designed for students in grades 10, 11, and 12 in the tri-state area. The Student Historian Program is a comprehensive internship and youth development program that provides students with vocational and academic training, public speaking and leadership skills, and an increased understanding of American art and history. Through object- and inquiry-based learning, students broaden their academic perspective, increase their confidence in professional settings, and enhance their knowledge of fulfilling careers in the museum world.
Upcoming Dates to Know:
Summer 2017 Program:

  • Deadline: March 10, 2017
  • Program dates: July 5, 2017August 10, 2017, TuesdayThursday, 10 am3 pm

Participation in the Student Historian program includes:

  • Researching art, artifacts, and documents from New-York Historical's collections to create resources for museum visitors and the New-York Historical Society website, with a particular focus on New York State U.S. History & Government Regents Exam review materials during the academic year.
  • Collecting and editing oral histories in support of an upcoming exhibition on the Vietnam War.
  • Contributing to social media accounts at the New-York Historical Society, including the StudentHistorian blog.
  • Assisting with public programs, family programs, and other special events at the New-York Historical Society.
  • Meeting with experts from the museum and library departments to discuss both the museum’s collections and career options.
  • Visiting other museums and cultural institutions throughout New York City.

The New-York Historical Society Student Historian Program is open to students who meet ALL of the following qualifications:
You must be entering grades 10, 11, or 12 or freshman year of college in Fall 2017.
You have the consent of your parent/guardian to apply for this program.
You have (or can obtain by the start of the program) valid working papers. For complete information about obtaining working papers, visit http://www.labor.state.ny.us/workerprotection/laborstandards/workprot/wp....

  •          Paid internships may be offered to interns who are eligible for free or reduced lunch at school. All applicants attending NYC high schools will be considered for this opportunity. Unpaid internships will be provided for all other accepted students, with the option to receive community service hours or school credit.
  •          Students offered paid internships must have all documents necessary to be employed in the United States for the duration of the internship (accepted applicants are responsible for the cost of procuring any documentation related to seeking employment in the United States before their first day). For more information on required documents for employment, please visit http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-9.pdf.

PLEASE NOTE: APPLY DIRECTLY TO THE NEW YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY
The application form should be completed by the applicant and submitted by March 10, 2017.

For application form, go to: http://www.nyhistory.org/education/internships/high-school-internships
The recommendation form must be completed by ONE recommender on the applicant’s behalf and submitted by March 10, 2017. It is the applicant’s responsibility to share the link above with their recommender.
If you have difficulty submitting the online application, please e-mail hs.internships@nyhistory.org to request an application form in a different format.
Please direct question to hs.internships@nyhistory.org.

Selection Process and Timeline:
We will review all completed applications and will be in touch with all applicants by March 24.
Select applicants will be invited to participate in group interviews held between April 3-7, 4-6 pm.
Final selections will be made by April 21.

 
 
REF# 807 (apply directly to organization)
JOB TITLE: Summer Intern
Organization: Artslife
Location: New York, NY
$9/hour
Artslife
July 11 - August 25, 2017
Tuesdays – Fridays from 10 am to 4 pm
Artslife is a paid summer internship program for rising sophomores and juniors in high school that combines art and design with leadership training, museum studies, and community engagement. Participants are introduced to museum careers such as Curatorial, Education, Development, Public Relations and Marketing, Visitor Services, Security, and Registrar. During the initial week, participants get to know one another and meet museum staff. During the remaining six weeks, participants work on collaborative projects, with Museum staff, local designers, arts professionals who act as mentors. Students enjoy first-hand experience and the broadest possible exposure to ongoing museum activities, both public facing and behind-the-scenes.
Artslife interns will:

  • Learn about careers in the arts
  • Create artwork with local and visiting artists in the Artists’ Studios
  • Develop and teach peer-to-peer tours
  • Build and strengthen presentation, communication, and public speaking skills
  • Visit other cultural institutions in New York City
  • Interns are paid $9.00 an hour

PLEASE NOTE APPLY DIRECTOY TO THE MUSEUM OF ARTS AND DESIGN:
For application and additional information: http://madmuseum.org/learn/artslife
Deadline for all applications and related materials is April 30, 2017.
Questions should be directed to artslife@madmuseum.org 
 
 
REF# 808 (apply directly to organization)
JOB TITLE: Summer Intern
Organization: The Central Park Conservancy
Location: New York, NY
$14/hour
Multiple Positions
Program Summary
The Central Park Conservancy's College Internship is a ten-week summer program (June 5 - August 10) that provides participants with the opportunity to work side-by-side with Conservancy staff to build life and career skills in the world’s greatest urban park – Central Park. Positions are available in Environmental Education, GIS & Asset Management, Horticulture, Landscape Architecture - Construction Management, Tree Care, and Woodlands Management. Through hands-on work in Central Park and a series of lectures and practicums with experts in the field, interns learn about the complexity of managing an iconic and historic urban park that receives over 42 million visits a year; explore current issues and management practices in urban parks; and better understand the critical role urban parks play in creating healthy, vibrant, livable cities.

The internship is 10 weeks, June 5 – August 10.
All interns work 4 days a week, specific days and times vary depending on position. Interns are paid biweekly at a rate of $14 an hour.
Housing and transportation are the responsibility of the intern. Interns will be provided with uniform shirts, hat, and rain-gear but must provide their own pants (no jeans or shorts) and boots (boots not required for data and education positions).
Application deadline is March 10, 2017.
Selected applicants will be interviewed late-March through early-April.
Final hiring decisions will be made by the end of April.
For application and additional information: www.centralparknyc.org/about/institute/college-internship.html

 
REF. #809
JOB TITLE: Overnight Counselor for a prestigious International Ballet Summer Program
Organization:  RUSSIAN AMERICAN FOUNDATION                                                                                                     
Location: CT
COMPENTSATION;  $2000 for period of 6.22 – 8.5.2017 + housing & meals
# of  Positions TBD / Subject to availability, please send your resume no later than mid/end March.
DATES: June 22  – August 5, 2017
JOB DESCRIPTION:
An overnight summer ballet program, located on a campus of a prestigious private school in Connecticut, is looking for mature, responsible, outgoing individuals to be counselors for children ages 9 – 14. Counselors will be responsible for supervising the children, as well as planning and running some extracurricular activities (i.e. - non-contact outdoor games, arts & crafts, music, acting, any other age appropriate / all ballet instruction will be done by professional staff).

REQUIRED:

  • Love of and experience with children
  • Experience in organizing and implementing fun and safe activities
  • Strong organizational skills 
  • Must have all immunizations. 
  • Age 18 or older
  • Sensitivity to/appreciation of other cultures and foreign students
  • As a figure of authority who will be entrusted with children, the following behavior is not allowed: smoking, possession/use of any illegal substances, drinking, foul language, sexual activity, public display of affection, provocative attire, and any other aggressive/foul/dangerous behavior.

 
 
REF. #810 (apply directly to organization)
JOB TITLE: Administration Internship Position
Organization:  Kingsbridge Heights Community Center 
Location: Bronx, NY
Non Paying
For over 40 years, Kingsbridge Heights Community Center (KHCC) has provided quality educational and social services that build on the strengths of our diverse Bronx community to help people of all ages thrive, including abuse survivors and those with developmental disabilities. Please visit our website at khcc-nyc.org to find out more about our individual programs.
KHCC is seeking a tenacious intern with a good eye for detail. This unpaid, part-time intern will be responsible for a myriad of administration activities in various departments. This internship is an excellent opportunity for any student wishing to dive into the world of not-for-profit management and build their capabilities. By the end of the internship students should be able to take away valuable skills learned from KHCC professionals to put to use in their future endeavors.

Responsibilities:

  • Familiarize yourself with administrative/clerical office tasks.
  • Create reports with proper content provided.
  • Perform Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) oriented tasks.
  • Learn and assist with account invoicing, accounts payable, etc.
  • Assist with file archiving.
  • Reception back-up (answering telephones)
  • Photocopying/scanning, filing, etc.
  • General assistance to the office and Executive Director.
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Contribute an article to the KHCC blog.

The ideal candidates will posses:

  • A positive, flexible attitude accompanied with a curious spirit and a keen eye for detail.
  • Excellent writing and communication skills, ideally studying in an area that supports these skills (i.e. communications, non-profit management, marketing, journalism or English)
  • A desire to learn more about non-profit administration.
  • Knowledge of filing, spreadsheets, calendars, and data entry.
  • A college Junior or senior with a minim GPA of 3.0 would be preferred.

This internship will be 15-20 hours per week for the duration of duration of the summer, fall or spring, with option to extend. The specific days and times during the week can be flexible. We are willing to work with colleges who offer credit for internship experiences.
Please email resumes to wlittleton@khcc-nyc.org.


 
REF. #811 (apply directly to organization)
JOB TITLE: Human Resources Administration Internship Position
Organization:  Kingsbridge Heights Community Center
Location: Bronx, NY
Non Paying
For over 40 years, Kingsbridge Heights Community Center (KHCC) has provided quality educational and social services that build on the strengths of our diverse Bronx community to help people of all ages thrive, including abuse survivors and those with developmental disabilities. Please visit our website at khcc-nyc.org to find out more about our individual programs.

KHCC is seeking a tenacious intern with a good eye for detail. This unpaid, part-time intern will be responsible for a myriad of administration activities in the not-for-profit sector. This internship is an excellent opportunity for any student wishing to dive into the world of Human Resources and build their capabilities. By the end of the internship students should be able to take away valuable skills learned from KHCC professionals to put to use in their future endeavors.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist with HR on-boarding, posting job openings and schedule interviews as needed
  • Assist with tracking new hire intake paperwork for staff, volunteers and interns, and creating new personnel folders
  • Assist with payroll changes and gathering signatures for personnel action forms
  • Assist with maintaining personnel files (hard files and electronically).
  • Assist during agency audits or site visits
  • Assist with HR related mail correspondence
  • Proficient in Excel, Word and Google Docs oriented tasks
  • Create reports with proper content provided.
  • General assistance to the Executive Director.
  • Photocopying/scanning, filing and other adhoc projects as assigned

Preferred qualifications:

  • Actively pursuing a degree in Human Resources Management
  • Positive, flexible and team player attitude
  • Excellent writing and communication skills
  • A desire to learn more about non-profit administration
  • Knowledge of filing, spreadsheets, calendars, and data entry
  • A college Junior or senior with a minim GPA of 3.0 would be preferred

This internship will be 15-20 hours per week for the duration of the summer, fall or spring, with option to extend. The specific days and times during the week can be flexible. We are willing to work with colleges who offer credit for internship experiences.
Please email resumes to Julie Rosa at jrosa@khcc-nyc.org.


 
REF. #812 (apply directly to organization)
JOB TITLE: Event Management and Administration Intern
Organization:  Kingsbridge Heights Community Center
Location: Bronx, NY
Non Paying
For over 40 years, Kingsbridge Heights Community Center (KHCC) has provided quality educational and social services that build on the strengths of our diverse Bronx community to help people of all ages thrive, including abuse survivors and those with developmental disabilities. Please visit our website at khcc-nyc.org to find out more about our individual programs.

KHCC is seeking a tenacious intern with a good eye for detail. This unpaid, part-time intern will be responsible for a myriad of activities involving event planning and marketing and Administration. This internship is an excellent opportunity for any student wishing to dive into the world of not-for-profit management and build their capabilities. By the end of the internship students should be able to take away valuable skills learned from KHCC professionals to put to use in their future endeavors.

Responsibilities:

  • Work with event manager to assist to organize events, such as the annual gala and cultivation events.
  • Meet with the event planning committee.
  • Assist in coordinating the promotion of events.
  • Assist with administrative tasks.
  • Research honorees and solicit auction items.
  • Assist with developing event programs and invitations.
  • Write a blog post about your experience.

The ideal candidates will posses:

  • A positive, flexible attitude accompanied with a curious spirit and a keen eye for detail.
  • Excellent writing and communication skills, ideally studying in an area that supports these skills (i.e. communication, non-profit management, marketing, project management or English)
  • A desire to learn more about non-profit event management and administration and a commitment to KHCC’s cause
  • Knowledge of filing, spreadsheets, calendars, and data entry.
  • A college Junior or senior with a minim GPA of 3.0 would be preferred.

This internship will be 15-20 hours per week for the duration of the summer, fall or spring, with option to extend. The specific days and times during the week can be flexible. We are willing to work with colleges who offer credit for internship experiences. Please attach and email resumes to wlittleton@khcc-nyc.org.

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REF. #901
JOB TITLE: Restaurant Industry Intern in Corporate Office of Large Restaurant Conglomerate in New York
Organization: Fireman Hospitality Group
Location: New York, NY
1 Position (5 days/week for summer)
Minimum Wage
Restaurant Internship in Corporate Office.

Special Requirements: Someone with a desire to cook, research recipe concepts, discuss menu planning, and be eager to learn about all aspects of the baking and restaurant industry.

 

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REF. #1001
JOB TITLE: Gubernatorial Campaign Fellowships and Internships
Organization: Zinna for Governor 2017
Location: Englewood, NJ
5-10 Positions
Campaign Fellows and Interns will have serious responsibility on a New Jersey Gubernatorial Primary race. They will have access to the Communications Director (HM Alum) and depending on hours worked they will also have the opportunity to foster relationships with the campaign manager (former Barney Frank Legislative Assistant) and candidate.
Special Requirements: Live in NJ or can travel to NJ over the course of the week or weekend. Passionate about politics, government or organizing.
5-20 hours a week. 10-12 weeks.
Spring Internship and Fellowship
For - Juniors, Seniors, College-aged Alums


REF. #1002 (apply directly)
JOB TITLE: High School Intern, Literary Agency
Organization: Writer House
Location: New York, NY
$800 Stipend
1 Position
Founded in 2000, the overarching goal of the Writers House Intern Program is to provide its participants an education in the publishing industry from the perspective of a literary agency.
Special Requirements: Knowledge of commercial fiction, office skills; 24 hours a week for 16 weeks (or the equivalent).
Dates: June 6 – September 2 (Approx. dates)
 
APPLY DIRECTLY TO:
Email:  mmejias@writerhouse.com
*Please note in your cover letter that this is in response to a Horace Mann Internship listing and you are a Horace Mann student. Writers House offers opportunities to all high school students, however, they are interested in providing an opportunity to a Horace Mann student.*

 
REF. #1003 (apply directly)
JOB TITLE: College Intern, Literary Agency
Organization: Writer House
Location: New York, NY
$800 Stipend
Multiple Positions
Founded in 2000, the overarching goal of the Writers House Intern Program is to provide its participants an education in the publishing industry from the perspective of a literary agency.
Special Requirements: Knowledge of commercial fiction, office skills; 24 hours a week for 16 weeks (or the equivalent).
Dates: June 6 – September 2 (Approx. dates) 


APPLY DIRECTLY TO:
Email:  mmejias@writerhouse.com

*Please note in your cover letter that this in response to a Horace Mann Internship listing and that you are a Horace Mann alum. Writers House offers opportunities to all high school students, however, they are interested in providing an opportunity to a Horace Mann student.*


REF. #1004
JOB TITLE: Production/Development Intern
Organization: Das Films
Location: Santa Monica, CA
3 Positions
Non Paying
We are currently seeking hardworking and detail-oriented interns who are passionate about film and television and eager to learn about development. You will be working in an exciting environment that can teach you about the inner workings of the film industry while at the same time, honing your administrative skills. Duties include: Light administrative work, tracking projects, script  coverage, supporting executives and reading scripts/books.

Special Requirements:  Excellent writing skills and attention to detail. Motivated self-starters with a knowledge of the industry.        

Other Comments:   Ideal candidates will have knowledge of screenplay story structure and prior experience. All Candidates must have their own transportation and place to stay in Los Angeles.


REF. #1005
JOB TITLE:  VOLUNTEER
Organization: Friends of The East River Esplanade
Location: New York, NY
1 Position
non paying

Esplanade Friends is a 501c3 dedicated to improving the East River waterfront from 60th to 120th Streets. In addition to actively fundraising for infrastructure improvements along The Esplanade, Friends organizes community outreach programs and installs temporary public art exhibitions in order to beautify and increase awareness of the East River waterfront. 

We are seeking volunteers who wish to learn about a growing non-profit working with New York City Departments of Parks and Transportation and other community entities to beautify, improve, and reinvent the waterfront from 60th – 120th Streets. Volunteer opportunities include website and/or logo redesign, website maintenance and mobile readiness, and assistance with management of the organization’s social media campaigns and public relations. Other available opportunities include planning of and assistance with the organization’s public programming.

Special Requirements: Interest in non-profit management, arts, or urban planning preferable. Flexible hours to be mutually agreed upon. Opportunities available April through the summer and school year.


 

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