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Horace Mann Career Development/Internship Program 2019

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 March 29th, 2019 deadline, with instructions for them to contact the students immediately, and make offers no later than April 30, 2019. 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. If you are offered an interview, follow up with a thank you. Email is the fastest way to say thank you after a job interview and it's perfectly acceptable to send a thank you email message.

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 email. Send in your application and resumes as PDFs.

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

APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 29, 2019 by 3pm

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 March 5th 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

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: Development & Production Intern
Organization: 30West
Location: New York, NY
1 or more positions
Non-paying

Intern duties entail script coverage, general industry research, and some admin support. The intern would be interfacing with higher-level staff both in NY and LA, and would be sitting/listening in on the occasional companywide meeting, all in the service of evaluating, developing, and producing feature film projects.
Special Requirements: Liberal arts majors with exceptional reading and writing skills preferred.College age Alums.

REF. #103
JOB TITLE: Theatre Office Intern
Organization: Broadway Asia
Location: New York, NY
1 position
Stipend/$100 a week

Internship working in a professional Broadway theatre office in New York City. Strong organization; fluent in social media. 40 hours a week/5 days a week for 3 months.

REF. #104
Organization: Eventide
JOB TITLE: Intern
1 or more positions
Compensation: TBA

Description Opportunity to intern at the offices of Eventide. Founded in 1971 in New York by grammy award-winning HM alumni, Richard Factor, Eventide has become a ubiquitous name in audio broadcasting and recording. Eventide has revolutionized the industry with the H910, Harmonizer, Instant Phaser, incorporating today’s technology with more recent favorites like Eventide’s stompboxes and plug-ins. Eventide is dedicated to the delivery of relevant products that artists are excited with.
Commitment: Whatever works for you/Eventide (example: 4 Days per week, July)
Applications must be submitted by April 1st
with potential interview mid-April

REF. #105
Organization: Galleria ca’d’Oro
JOB TITLE: Intern in Chelsea Art Gallery
2 positions
Compensation: TBA

Intern will be helping with all aspects of the gallery – helping put together information on artists and art shows, working on press releases, updating our website,helping change over shows. There will also be a need to, work in the gallery during the day (weekday and weekend) which involves being comfortable showing/selling the art.
Special Requirements:
Organized, detail oriented, Proficient in Illustrator, outgoing and comfortable greeting and working with clients

REF. # 106
JOB TITLE: Artist Assistant
Organization: Liz Sloan Art
Location:Long Island City, NY
$18/hour
1 position
For Fall 2019

This is a shadow opportunity for someone interested in a fine art career. Work alongside me on everything from producing elements of the artwork, to marketing materials, to installing artwork. Length of internship and hours to be arranged for a mutually agreeable amount of time in Long Island City.
Special Requirements: Knowledge of Photoshop essential. Knowledge of Adobe illustrator helpful.


200- Healthcare/ Social Services / Medical and Other Research

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REF. #201
JOB TITLE: Summer Research Intern
Organization: Columbia University
Location: New York, NY
2 positions
Non Paying

The intern will be exposed to cutting edge bio technologies and will be involved in some basic research.
Special Requirements: Good team player to work with Columbia PhD students.
10 hours a week.2 weeks


REF. #202
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.


REF. #203
JOB TITLE: Veterinarian Hospital Assistant
Organization: Westside Veterinary Center
Location: New York, NY
1-2 positions
Non-paying

Observe appointments, procedures, dental surgeries and general surgeries.
Special Requirements: Interest in veterinary medicine.
Summer 2019 full or part time


REF. #204
JOB TITLE: Prosthetics and Orthotics Healthcare Office
Organization: Hanger Clinic
Location: New York, NY
1 Position
Nonpaying

Description: Observe and assist in healthcare office that makes prosthetic limbs and orthotic braces. Exposure to patient care, fabrication, and office operations. A great opportunity to gain experience in a medical setting and learn about a growing profession. Hours and length of experience are flexible.
Special Requirements: Not put off by wounds. Position is open to juniors, seniors and HM alumni.


REF. #205
JOB TITLE: Observership with attending physician
Organization: Newark Beth Israel
Location: Newark, NJ
1 Position
Nonpaying

Opportunity to participate and observe attending clinics, rounding in the hospital, reviewing echocardiograms, CT/MRT.This is an introduction to congenital heart disease.
20-10 hours a week. 3-5 weeks.


REF. #206
JOB TITLE: Reception Associate or Clinical Assistant
Organization: Capan Orthodontics
Location: Englewood Cliffs, NJ
2 Positions
Nonpaying

We have internships available for the business area as well as clinical business area.Includes: answering patient phone calls, triaging questions, financial transactions, clinical invoices, seating patients, preparing chairs, sterilization
10 hours a week/ 3 weeks.


REF. #207
JOB TITLE: Research Intern
Organization: Weill Cornell Medical College
Location: New York, NY
2 Positions
Nonpaying

Internship in clinical research program and virtual reality lab.
Areas of expertise: Virtual reality applications in medicine (e.g., PTSD, pain, education), development and testing of novel treatments for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), the psychobiology of stress.
Brief description: Research internship in clinical research program, the Program for Anxiety and Traumatic Stress Studies (PATSS) and/or the Virtual Reality VR) Lab, at Weill Cornell Medical College. The clinical research focus is on the development and testing of novel treatments for PTSD consequent to WTC-related terrorism, burns, and combat-related PTSD. The technical focus is on the development of virtual reality simulations in the treatment of PTSD and pain. Senior lab faculty are pioneers in the development and application of virtual reality simulations to address clinical problem areas in medicine. While no coding experience or familiarity with consumer-grade VR equipment is necessary, a willingness to learn to use Unity and VR hardware is essential to work on the technical side. It is also possible to intern with us focusing only on the clinical side, which will not involve coding.
Sponsorship notes: I am able to sponsor/mentor students interested on the technical side (e.g., learn to code to create virtual reality applications or the clinical sciences side (e.g., PTSD research and treatment).
Link to an article on our work published in Scientific American this month, February, 2019. https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/how-virtual-reality-will-transform-medicine/


REF# 208
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 Hours a week. 1-4 weeks.


REF. #209
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.
Students will be working with Professor Susan Witte and PhD student and clinician, Prema Filippone on the Nova and Kyaterakera projects.
The Nova project is an innovative randomized controlled study conducted (RCT) from 2014-2019 in Kazakhstan to evaluate the efficacy of a combination of HIV risk reduction and savings-led microfinance intervention among 354 women who engage in sex trading and use drugs.
The Kyaterakera project is an RCT from 2018-2023 in Masaka, Uganda (in collaboration with the International Center for Child Health and Development- ICHAD) to evaluate efficacy of a combination HIV RR and savings led microfinance among 990 women who engage in sex work.
Students will focus on any number of aspects:
Students work will entail the following:
1. Assisting in manuscript preparation (literature review, presenting and/or writing portions of findings for discussion and interpretation with the team)
2. Pre-testing and/or assisting with early implementation of assessments (60-90 minute interviews comprised of many scale and measures) and intervention sessions (4 focused on HIV risk reduction, 6 on financial literacy) on the ground (our work is by skype and email but we provide team support)
3. Participation in weekly calls describing updates on the ground.
4. Researching and summarizing local policies or laws that may influence study implementation and findings.
5. Other new tasks or projects as they arise.
Additional 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
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 6-8 weeks. Senior or college-age alum.


REF# 210
JOB TITLE: Research Assistant – Web-based Drug Prevention Program for LGBQ Youth
Organization: Columbia University
Location: New York, NY
2 positions
Stipend TBD

Description: Assist research team with the implementation of a study to test the efficacy of a web-based drug prevention program tailored for youth identify as LGBQ. This NIH-funded study is in Year 1 of implementation. Tasks would include participant recruitment, tracking (e.g., sending text and e-mail reminders to study participants, calling participants, sending out bulk mailings, helping with literature reviews)
Requirements: professional, courteous, attention to detail, familiarity with scientific method, excellent writing skills
Approximately 10 hours per week. Up to 5 days a week.


300- JOURNALISM/ PUBLISHING

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REF. #301
JOB TITLE: Literary Intern
Organization: Bellevue Literary Press
Location: New York, NY
Hours to be mutually agreed-upon
2 days per week; 4 hours per day
$20/hr.
1 Position

HM Senior or HM College-Age Alum only
Interested in learning more about the publishing industry? Bellevue Literary Press is looking for interns to join our office on a part-time basis. BLP interns read and appraise manuscripts, manage our online submissions log, attend staff meetings, and assist us with a variety of office tasks. It’s a great way to gain hands-on experience and insight into the inner workings of a publishing office, the mechanisms of the book industry and marketplace, and the operations of a nonprofit arts organization.
The ideal applicant is detail-oriented and organized with excellent writing and communication skills as well as a strong interest in publishing and/or the nonprofit arts sector.
About Bellevue:
Bellevue Literary Press is the first and only nonprofit press publishing at the arts-sciences nexus. Since 2007, we have been publishing prize-winning books, including the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and National Book Award finalists, 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.
Originally housed in historic Bellevue Hospital, BLP was established as a project of the New York University School of Medicine. The press departed NYU in the fall of 2018 to become a fully independent, nonprofit publisher. Our books are distributed nationwide to bookstores and other outlets, including wholesalers, libraries, and specialty markets, by Consortium Book Sales and Distribution.
Read about Bellevue Literary Press in Publishers Weekly and discover more about our history at NPR and in the New York Times, New York magazine, and Publishers Weekly. More information can be found at www.blpress.org.


400- PUBLIC RELATIONS/ MARKETING/SALES /DEVELOPMENT

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REF. #401
JOB TITLE: Marketing & Promotions Intern
Organization: Civic Entertainment Group
Location: New York, NY
1 position
$600/week

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: Commercial Real Estate Operations Summer Internship
Organization: Morgenstern Capital/Canvas Property Group
Location: New York, NY
1 position
Stipend for Subway/Metro

Canvas Property Group is the operations arm of Morgenstern Capital, a NYC real estate investment firm.We own and manage – 500 apartments and have divisions dedicated to Acquisitions, Construction Management Property Management and marketing/design.Additionally, we have recently launched a division geared towards short term furnished rental apartments.
This internship will expose the candidate to all aspects of the real estate development life cycle, but will focus on the operations side of our existing portfolio.
Special Requirements: Ability to move around NYC in public transportation, strong communication skills and a good attitude.30 hours a week. 4-5 weeks.


REF. #403
JOB TITLE: Marketing, Tech/ Finance Intern
Organization: YieldStreet
Location: New York, NY
1 or more positions
$15/hour

Intern will be working alongside business professions on strategic projects in a fast growing/paced work environment.
Flexible on days and hours.
Seniors or College –age alums


REF. #404
JOB TITLE: Associate Brand Manager Summer Interns at Unilever
Organization: Unilever
Location: Englewood Cliffs, NJ
1 postion
Wages TBD
Summer or Spring Break Job Shadow (2 days)

Background & Purpose of the Job
The Summer Internship is the primary pathway to beginning a Marketing career at Unilever!
The program introduces you to Unilever and its 400 incredible brands through a challenging and rewarding experience that marries the business needs of the company with your learning and development. As an intern, you are assigned a key business project within a brand team to fully own for the duration of the summer. Skill sets utilized and further developed during the Internship are presentation skills, team working, leadership, analytics, strategic thinking, and building insights into action to deliver business solutions.
Who You Are & What You’ll Do
As a Marketing intern you will have the opportunity to create solutions to real business challenges for your assigned brand team. Through their projects and teams, Interns are exposed to a wide array of brand marketing activities such as the development of new communication ideas, product development, market analysis, creation of sub-brands, consumer and competitor research, and advertising or creative executions.
You’re a born leader: You individually take on projects and run with them.
You’re a strategy guru: You create data-driven strategies and make plans to execute.
You’re a dot connector: You can learn to navigate a big organization!
You love to win, and have fun doing it.
You’re a story teller: You craft compelling stories to obtain senior stakeholder buy-in.
What You’ll Need To Succeed
Current college students level pursuing Bachelor’s degree, with a demonstrated interest in marketing and/or general management.
The ideal candidate will need to possess strong leadership competencies, and strong team and analytical skills; strategic thinking skills; proactivity and enthusiasm for work in a fast moving, dynamic environment; the ability to communicate effectively, especially as part of a team; ability to be creative; and the ability to understand complex business issues and demonstrate consumer empathy. Note in your email if you are applying for Summer or March Shadow


REF. #405
JOB TITLE: Assistant to Design & Sales Depts.
Organization: Bespoke Fashion
New York, NY
1 position
$15/hour

We design and sell men’s accessories, (ties, socks, pocket squares and more).Our products are in major retail stores and off price stores.Intern will be exposed to all aspects of our company.Whether he/she will be in design, organizing fabrics, samples, preparing finalizations sheets or working with our sales team preparing for a sales meeting or entering purchase orders will depend on the day.


REF. #406 (apply directly to organization)
JOB TITLE: Marketing Intern
Organization: Tournesol Kids
Location: New York, NY
Non paying
3-4 Positions

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 2016 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. #407
JOB TITLE: Summer Intern
Organization: Manhattan Sideways (sideways.nyc)
Location: New York, NY
1 or more Positions
Stipend TBD

Do you love being outdoors and discovering new places?Would you enjoy spending the summer getting to know Manhattan really well by walking across the city, meeting the business owners, and discovering the hidden gems on the side streets of New York?We are looking for motivated students (or graduates) who would enjoy working with our website to update it fro 1st Street – 155th Street – from the East Village to Harlem.You determine your hours.We can be flexible.You will be compensated for what you complete.This job opportunity is rising seniors , graduates or college age alums only.
I would be happy to speak to anyone who is interested in the position so that I can explain further what the job entails.What I can tell you now though is that you will have a fabulous summer.
Special Requirements : Comfortable Shoes!!


REF. #408 (apply directly to organization)
JOB TITLE: Marketing Assistant
Organization: Kingsbridge Heights Community Center
Location: Bronx, NY
1 position
Non Paying

Reports to: Ngozi Onike, Marketing & Communications Coordinator
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.
We have an exciting opportunity for a marketing volunteer. The marketing volunteer will work with the Marketing and Communications Coordinator to assist with organizing events, such as our Annual Gala and Spring Luncheon.
Responsibilities:
Meeting with the event planning committee
Assisting in coordinating the promotion of events
Research honorees and solicit auction items
Assist with developing event programs and invitations.
Report your hours worked to Jamil Jennings, Volunteer Coordinator.
Requirements:
Skills with social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
Experience with email marketing platforms such as Canva and ConstantContact/ Mailchimp
Willingness to learn
Experience with event planning preferred although not necessary
Time management skills
Please email resumes to Ngozi Onike at nonike@khcc-nyc.org or Jamil Jennings at jjennings@khcc-nyc.org.


REF. #409
JOB TITLE: Intern, Public Relations Department
Organization: Talbots
New York, NY
1 position
Nonpaying

Will assist PR team with tracking samples, organizing PR closet, celebrity mailings, blogger research.Special Requirements: Must love fashion & follow bloggers. One week internship


REF. #410
JOB TITLE: Communications Assistant
Organization: Bonnie Youth Club
Brooklyn, NY
2 positions
Nonpaying

The Bonnie Youth Club is a non-profit 501c(3) that provides an athletic recreational and academic program for the youth of our community.We are embarking on a major fund-raising drive and we are looking for interns to help us coordinate communication with our Alumni, Friends and Corporate and Community Sponsors via email and doing searches on Facebook and via Google to help us locate lost Alumni and potential sponsors.
Can do most of the work remotely at home but work at our office in Brooklyn once a week for a few hours.20 Horus a week 4/5 days a week from July 1 to September 1.
Special Requirements: Computer literate- MS Word, Excel, Email, Google


REF. #411
JOB TITLE: Content Marketing Intern
Organization: Peak Season
New York, NY
1 position
Nonpaying

Plan and create marketing content for alternative careers site. Help drive growth by curating research articles, and other online content. Learn email marketing, social media strategy, and SEO basics.
Hours per week and days per week TBD


REF. #412
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.


REF. #413
JOB TITLE: Construction Manager's Assistant
Organization: Newcastle Realty Services, LLC
Stipend for commute and lunch up to $15/day.
2 Positions Available

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. #414
JOB TITLE: Social Media Marketing Assistant
Organization: CLINK!Gift
Location: New Yorl, NY
1 position
Non Paying

Reports to: Barbara Steel
CLINK!Gift is a FinTech startup that has developed a financial platform that supports its seminal product, CLINK!Gift. CLINK!Gift is a social, mobile gifting app that lets users send custom messages, gifts and money to family friends and colleagues. We are in our nascent stages of development, having soft launched the app in April, 2108. The company is currently focused on iterative product design; and user and merchant acquisition. This position offers exposure to the dynamics of a startup in the emerging FinTech space, and a hands on role that will make an impact on the emergence of the company into the marketplace.
We have an exciting opportunity for a social media marketing volunteer. The marketing volunteer will work closely with our Marketing and PR partners, and the CLINK!Gift team, to further the brand in all social media channels.
Responsibilities:
Meeting with the marketing partner to plan strategy
Execute marketing strategy in social media channels
Create marketing calendar
Manage a content matrix
Publish and develop content
Report data analytics and make campaign recommendations
QA test new app features (team effort)
Requirements:
Skills with social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
Experience with email marketing platforms such as Mailchimp a plus
Willingness to learn. Strong communication skills. Time
management skills.
5 days a week for 30-40 hours



REF. #415
JOB TITLE: Sales
Organization: CLINK!Gift
Location: New Yorl, NY
1 position
Non Paying

Reports to: Barbara Steel
CLINK!Gift is a FinTech startup that has developed a financial platform that supports its seminal product, CLINK!Gift. CLINK!Gift is a social, mobile gifting app that lets users send custom messages, gifts and money to family friends and colleagues. We are in our nascent stages of development, having soft launched the app in April, 2108. The company is currently focused on iterative product design; and user and merchant acquisition. This position offers exposure to the dynamics of a startup in the emerging FinTech space, and a hands on role that will make an impact on the emergence of the company into the marketplace.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Sales volunteer. The software development volunteer will work closely with our technology team to further the features and functionality of the mobile app.
Responsibilities:
Working with team to hone business strategy wrt user and merchant acquisition
Manage excel spreadsheet of leads
Identify leads through sales channels (Sales Navigator, other)
CRM: Publish emails, and similar communications
Cold calls
Attend client meetings
QA test new app features (team effort)
Requirements:
Interest in marketing
Strong communication skills
Time management skills
Strong organizational skills
Energetic and can do attitude
People person
5 days a week for 30-40 hours


REF. #416
JOB TITLE: Intern
Organization: Fisher Brothers
New York, NY
1 position
$17/hour

Description Opportunity to intern at the Corporate Office of Fisher Brothers, a diversified, nationally active real estate and developing firm.
Commitment: 5 Days per week, July -August
Compensation: Paid: $17.00 per hour


500- LAW and GOVERNMENT

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REF. #501
JOB TITLE: Administrative Intern
Organization: IIP at John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Location: New York, NY
1 position
Stipend for $100

The IIP (Institute for Innovation in Procecution) would be happy to welcome an intern with interest in criminal justice to support our programming for prosecutors and communities to work together towards criminal justice reform.In particular, the Administrative Intern will assist with event planning for a graduation of a prison-based college class, and with data entry and office support for communications needs and other programming.
Special Requirements: Strong communications skills, initiative, and proficiency in Word and Excel.
March Break Job Shadow – 4 days March 25-28.4 days. 6 hours a day.


REF. #502
JOB TITLE: Social Media/ Marketing Intern
Organization: Black Twine
Location: New York, NY
Possible Stipend
2-3 Positions

Black Twine is a NYC-based creative studio that specializes in event activations, installations and lifestyle content. We have worked with over 200 brands to create content and live experiences, including Sugarfina, Jonathan Adler, Martha Stewart, Jetblue, Yves Saint Laurent among others. We are looking for interns to help with live events, balloon installations, growing our marketing and social media platform and exploring new revenue generating opportunities.
Special Requirements: Must be proficient in social media (e.g., Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest), willing to help with physical tasks and work early and evening hours for events. Students with natural creative talent desired. May request submission of prior creative work.
20-30 hours a week for 8 weeks.


REF. #503
JOB TITLE: Legal Department Assistant
Organization: Newcastle Realty Services, LLC
Stipend for commute and lunch up to $15/day.
1 Position

Coordinating with paralegal and accounting staffs on issues related to the rent collection efforts..
Commitment: 4 days/week not including Fridays
Senior in College or a Graduate School Student
Commitment: 4 days/week not including Fridays


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 you’re able to commit to the schedule of duties before applying.


REF. #602
JOB TITLE: Job Shadow
Organization: LS Power
Location: New York, NY
2 Positions
Non Paying

Opportunity to shadow the Chief Operating Officer of LS Power, Darpan Kapadia. LS Power Equity Advisors is an established investment manager with $10 billion in equity capital raised across four private equity investment funds and related vehicles. Its focus is to acquire energy infrastructure assets and utilize its development, operations, power marketing and financial expertise to improve their commercial and physical operations. LS Power Equity Advisors is also affiliated with LS Power Development, which has successfully developed over 9,000 MW of power generation and 470 miles of long-distance, high-voltage transmission infrastructure throughout the United States, with a combined capital cost in excess of $7.8 billion. The student will shadow the COO of the Firm, who is also a member of the Management Committee and various investment Committees, participating in both investment and business related meetings and discussions.
1 day during the summer or other breaks


REF. #603
JOB TITLE: Summer Intern Analyst, Investment Banking
Organization: The CENTERCAP Group, LLC
Location: New York, NY
2 Positions
$15/hr

Assist with research projects and discussion presentations. This would be an ideal internship for students looking for introduction to investment banking.
Special Requirements: Research skills (internet) and Powerpoint skills. Excel skills a plus.
20 hours a week for 3-4 weeks.
College age Alumni



REF. #604 (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. #605
JOB TITLE: Junior Analyst, Fund Management
Organization: Spurs Capital LLC, Investment Firm
Location: New York, NY
1 Position
2 weeks
$10/hour

Requirements: Junior analyst eager to learn. Excel skills preferred. Flexible hours per week, but intern must be serious about learning and committed to agreed-upon schedule.


REF. # 606
JOB TITLE: EMM University
Organization: EMM
Location: New York, NY
1 position
Non Paying

Description: Our objective is to help students becomemore financially literate. We provide an in-depth understanding of thefield of finance and how wealth management firms operate with the basicphilosophy and principals of investing.
40 hours for 1 week (August 19th – August 23rd)
Special requirements: HM Junior or Senior


REF. #607
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


REF. #608
JOB TITLE: Junior Analyst
Organization: Headlands Asset Management LLC Private Equity Fund
Location: New York, NY
2 Positions
$750 per week (1-2 week opportunity)
9-5 MTWTHF

Junior Analyst for Manhattan midtown office (San Francisco-based Private Equity Fund). Knowledge of EXCEL preferred. One week opportunity in June/July 2019 (mutually agreeable week/weeks to be negotiated). Opportunity for additional weeks.
Special Requirements: HM Juniors, Seniors, or HM college students only.


REF. #609
JOB TITLE: Intern/Summer Intern
Organization: Artist Capital
Location: Long Island City, NY
Nonpaying
35 hours per week
1 position

Artist Capital Management is a global, growth-oriented investment management company. Artist Capital Markets provides capital markets services, including primary fund placement, private capital raising and M&A advisory. Intern would assist in capital markets and banking areas.
Four weeks to be mutually agreed upon, with a preference for either June or July
Possibility exists to work part-time during the 2019-2020 school year
Additional Requirements:
Candidate should be:
rising Horace Mann seniors or rising juniors
rising Horace Mann college-age juniors or seniors
Knowledge of EXCEL preferred, CRM System, PowerPoint is also useful.


REF. #610
JOB TITLE: Intern
Organization: Fisher Brothers
New York, NY
1 position
$17/hour

Description Opportunity to intern at the Corporate Office of Fisher Brothers, a diversified, nationally active real estate and developing firm.
Commitment: 5 Days per week, July -August
Compensation: Paid: $17.00 per hour




700- COMPUTER / INTERNET

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REF. #701
JOB TITLE: Intern
Organization: IDEX
Location: New York, NY
10 + positions
Nonpaying

Ideanomics (IDEX) is a global technology company focused on digital asset production and distribution.Through strategic partnerships with and ownership stakes in leading Artificial Intelligence (AI) and blockchain companies.Ideanomics is bringing transparency, efficiency, cost savings and new ownership paradigms to various markets including finance, commodities/energy, vertical industry/ supply chain and consumer.With headquarters in New York, NY and its planned “Fintech Village” Center for Technology and Innovation in West Hartford CT. Ideanomics is pioneering the new blockchain and AI empowered economy. 1-5 Hours a week.
Special Requirement: Interest in technology, business, entrepreneurship, curiosity, willing to learn
Summer job shadow or March break job shadow.Please note which one you are apply to.


REF. #702
JOB TITLE: Various Internships
Organization: New York City Transit/MTA
Location: New York, NY
Multiple positions
$15-$22 per hour plus transit pass

Help us modernize NYC Transit and improve the way we communicate with our customers.We are looking for good writers, designers and engineers.Various internships – community relations & correspondence, social media specialist, engineering, project manager.
20-40 hours a week. 3-5 days a week. For 6-14weeks.


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: Clerical Assistant
Organization: Owens Group Limited
Location: Englewood Cliffs, NJ
2 positions
$14/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. # 706
JOB TITLE: Graphic Design Intern
Organization: The Fireman Hospitality Group
Location: New York, NY
1 Position
$15/hour

Do you love food? Do you love graphic design? Find out how these two worlds collide with an internship with the Fireman Hospitality Group! Our graphic design intern will be responsible for creating marketing collateral and menus and will assist with various printing processes.
Special Requirements: Candidates must have experience with InDesign. 20-25 hours a week



REF. #707
JOB TITLE: Software Developer
Organization: CLINK!Gift
Location: New Yorl, NY
1 position
Non Paying

Reports to: Barbara Steel
CLINK!Gift is a FinTech startup that has developed a financial platform that supports its seminal product, CLINK!Gift. CLINK!Gift is a social, mobile gifting app that lets users send custom messages, gifts and money to family friends and colleagues. We are in our nascent stages of development, having soft launched the app in April, 2108. The company is currently focused on iterative product design; and user and merchant acquisition. This position offers exposure to the dynamics of a startup in the emerging FinTech space, and a hands on role that will make an impact on the emergence of the company into the marketplace.
We have an exciting opportunity for a software development volunteer. The software development volunteer will work closely with our technology team to further the features and functionality of the mobile app.
Responsibilities:
Working with the frontend or backend team to execute new code
Ability to work independently on assignments
Document work: flowcharts, technical requirements and specs
QA test new features (team effort)
Requirements:
Skills in either frontend development (Swift, javascript) or backend (PHP, Laravel. SQL databsae)
Experience with APIs
Experience with ecommerce platforms a plus (Stripe, Zendesk)
Strong communication skills
Time management skills
5 days a week for 30-40 hours



REF. #708
JOB TITLE: Creative Designer (Art or Copy)
Organization: CLINK!Gift
Location: New Yorl, NY
1 position
Non Paying

Reports to: Barbara Steel
CLINK!Gift is a FinTech startup that has developed a financial platform that supports its seminal product, CLINK!Gift. CLINK!Gift is a social, mobile gifting app that lets users send custom messages, gifts and money to family friends and colleagues. We are in our nascent stages of development, having soft launched the app in April, 2108. The company is currently focused on iterative product design; and user and merchant acquisition. This position offers exposure to the dynamics of a startup in the emerging FinTech space, and a hands on role that will make an impact on the emergence of the company into the marketplace.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Creative Designer Art or Copy volunteer. The software development volunteer will work closely with our technology team to further the features and functionality of the mobile app.
Responsibilities:
Working with creative staff and social media partner to execute new campaign creative
Graphic design or copywriting depending on skill set
Document work
QA test new app features (team effort)
Requirements:
Art intern requires skills in Adobe Photoshop and Premiere, or similar
Copy intern must possess excellent written and verbal communication
Interest in marketing a plus
Strong communication skills
Time management skills
5 days a week for 30-40 hours


REF. #709
JOB TITLE: SUMMER VOLUNTEER (Website and Social Media)
Organization: Friends of The East River Esplanade
Location: New York, NY
Multiple Positions
Non Paying

Esplanade Friends is a NYC Parks partner organization and 501c(3) dedicated to improving the East River waterfront from 60th to 120th Streets. In addition to actively fundraising for infrastructure improvements, environmental, and health/well being programming along the Esplanade, Friends also 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 improve this vital open space along the east river. If you are interested in doing good and having fun, innovating, and making a difference this opportunity could be for you. We are looking for help in many program and operational areas including (website and/or logo redesign, website maintenance and mobile readiness, assistance with management of organization’s social media campaigns.
Special Requirements: Interest in non-profit management, arts, or urban planning preferable. Flexible hours to be mutually agreed upon. Opportunities available THROUGH SUMMER



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

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REF. #801
JOB TITLE: Summer on the Hill Intern
Organization: Summer on the Hill
Location: Bronx, NY
2 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 25
July 26), 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. #802 (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.
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.
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.
William Littleton
Director of Development and Healthy Communities


REF. #803
JOB TITLE: Festival of Arts and Learning Facilitator and UN Advocate
Organization: ATD Fourth World Movement
Location: New York, NY
3 Positions
Nonpaying

The internship provides the opportunity to participate in the planning and the implementation of the Festival of Arts and Learning in Brownsville. The Festival invites children to experiment art creation and self-expression participating in activities such as painting, theater, photography, poetry, computer activities, reading and games. With the participation of neighbors and the Tenants Association for Brownsville Houses, the Festival is an opportunity to develop togetherness, build pride and celebrate the creativity and strengths of the community around children. You can see a video of last year's FoAL. After the Festival interns will have the opportunity to follow the United Nations High Level Political Forum a meeting to where member states will assess progress on the implementation of the Sustainable
Development Goals.
Special Requirements:
For the United Nations part of the
internship interns need to be
18 years old
The internship
will start in June 17 until July 19. 40
hours a week for 5 weeks.


REF. #804
JOB TITLE: EHTP Summer Intern
Organization: East Harlem Tutorial Program (ETHP)
Location: New York, NY
5 Positions

EHTP is looking for interns to support our elementary and
middle school summer programs! Interns will be placed in a classroom and support student during instructional and enrichment activities. During academic time in the mornings interns support our students in small groups and one-on-one settings helping them prepare for the upcoming school year. During enrichment time in the afternoons, interns support during active and creative clubs and on field trips around the city.
Special Requirement: Interns must be at least 16 years old.
Acceptance is contingent on clearance of a Criminal Background and Medical Check (forms provided during application process)
20 hours per week. 4 weeks. Minimum of 2 days per week.



REF# 805 (apply directly to organization)
JOB TITLE: Residential Assistant
Organization: The School of The New York Times
Location: New York, NY
1 or more Positions
$5,000 Stipend

About The School of the New York Times:
Highly innovative and critically acclaimed, The School of
The New York Times (SoNYT), provides a comprehensive set of educational offerings for pre-college aged students and adult learners. Whether through in-person or online courses, students attending these programs hone their skills, discover their passions and explore how their studies excel them professionally. Drawing on unequaled expertise and unrivaled access, theprograms of The School of The New York Times provide seminal formative experiences, giving students expanded vision and focus, while serving as the foundation for success in their future studies and in life itself.
Job Summary
Program Residential Assistants (PRAs) play a crucial role in
the residential and social aspects of the Summer Academy at The School of The New York Times. The PRAs provide supervision of participants for all program activities and residential experiences.
All PRAs will also be responsible for the full range of
responsibilities typically associated with being a counselor in a residential academic program which include looking after the physical and mental health of the participants and enforcing program rules to ensure that all participants are safe. All PRAs will also be required to abide by the curfew when they are assigned to be on duty after room checks. The PRA position is a full-time residential position with a stipend of $5,000. Room and board are also provided along with a monthly subway pass. A typical week includes six 8-hour work days plus one day off.
The PRA is primarily responsible for building a strong residential life community. Program RAs will, under the supervision of the Student Life Specialists, lead recreational and social
activities such as sports and games, arts and crafts, local excursions and so forth. PRAs may also assist with administrative tasks, the planning of
orientation and assisting students with urgent medical needs. PRAs will typically work during the evenings. The exceptions being during move-in day and when needed at the Welcome Desk or other assignments. There is a possibility of additional duty shifts, including overnight, and late-night rounds. All PRAs will also have SoNYT email addresses and be responsible for checking that email account once a day for updates.
RAs will live in the dorms with students and support their academics while also exploring NYC.
35+ hours a week. 5 weeks.
College-age Alums only.
Apply to organization directly: https://nytedu.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=41
*Note: Website states that application deadline is November,
2018; however, Horace Mann students are still encouraged to apply as applications are still being accepted.*


REF. #806
JOB TITLE: Program Assistant for a prestigious International
Ballet Summer Program
Organization: RUSSIAN AMERICAN FOUNDATION
Location: CT
COMPENTSATION; $2000 + housing & meals
# of Positions TBD

The Russian American Foundation, a respected NGO with
initiatives in the fields of education, culture, and sports, is looking for mature, responsible, outgoing individuals to work at the Bolshoi Ballet Academy Summer Intensive (BBASI), an internationally acclaimed youth program located on a campus of a prestigious private school in Connecticut (www.BolshoiBalletAcademy.com).
Staff are required to live on campus and possess sensitivity to/appreciation of other cultures and foreign students.
JOB DESCRIPTION: Overnight Counselor (6/21 – 8/4)
Responsibilities include supervising young dancers (ages 9
-14yrs), as well as planning and running some extracurricular, non-ballet activities
(i.e. - non-contact outdoor games, arts & crafts, etc.). Program takes place on campus for 6 days of the week / 1 week-end day is reserved for off-site group trips. Requirements for a candidate: 18 yrs or older
Experience with supervising minors
Commitment for the whole 6 week period and ability to live
on campus
Sensitivity to/appreciation of other cultures and foreign
students
Compensation: $2000 for the period, housing & meals, 5
days off, bonus for exceptional performance of duties.


REF. #807
JOB TITLE: SUMMER VOLUNTEER
Organization: Friends of The East River Esplanade
Location: New York, NY
Multiple Positions
Non Paying

Esplanade Friends is a NYC Parks partner organization and 501c(3) dedicated to improving the East River waterfront from 60th to 120th Streets. In addition to actively fundraising for infrastructure improvements, environmental, and health/well being programming along the Esplanade, Friends also 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 improve this vital open space along the east river. If you are interested in doing good and having fun, innovating, and making a difference this opportunity could be for you. We are looking for help in many program including public relations, events management, community outreach, health/wellness/environmental program development, and grant writing).
Special Requirements: Interest in non-profit management, arts, or urban planning preferable. Flexible hours to be mutually agreed upon. Opportunities available THROUGH SUMMER



REF. #808
JOB TITLE: Sports Broadcasting Shadow with Howie Rose, Announcer of NY Mets and Alyssa Rose Social Media Coordinator
Organization: New York Mets
Location: Citi Field -123-01 Roosevelt Ave, Queens New York, NY 11368
Nonpaying
One day/one game
Game to be mutually agreed upon
2 Positions

Visit the broadcasting booth and see the behind the scenes of announcing, broadcasting, and social media elements for the New York Mets! On a home game of Howie/Alyssa’s choosing, student will spend the game with them and see the game from the broadcasters’ eyes. Alyssa will show the intern the social media side of the business.


REF. #809
JOB TITLE: Quality Control Assistant
Organization: Green Asphalt Co LLC
Location: Long Island City, NY
$14/hour
1 Position

Green asphalt produces and sells 100% recycled hot mix asphalt to general contractors in all 5 boros. We are the first asphalt manufacturer to successfully do this in NYC. We are interested in a student or alumni with an interest in the sciences and some lab experience. Assist our QA/QL manager with daily tests on Asphalt quality. Interest in the Sciences a must. Lab experience also a plus.



900- HOSPITALITY/RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT

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REF. #901
JOB TITLE: Food/Menu/Operations Intern
Organization: The Fireman Hospitality Group
Location: New York, NY
2 Positions
$15/hour

Intern will help will all aspects of restaurant operations.The intern will get to experience the day to day operations from menu development, marketing, HR, etc.
Special Requirement: Interest in food/organized/attentive/detail oriented. 20-25 hours a week.


1000- NEW LISTINGS

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