Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Paid Summer Internship in Crystal City

Leonie is currently seeking qualified Junior Associates (Paid Summer Internship) to join our world-class team of exceptionally skilled, ethical and committed professionals providing Information Operations, Intelligence and Analytical Services. Since 2004, Leonie has made the customer the top priority while maintaining a culture of industry thought leadership that has translated into unmatched mission accomplishments 

Responsibilities: 

Under the guidance of the Vice President, Programs, candidate will manage a range of high-level and high-profile media data sets used for dissemination verification and media placement reconciliation projects. Candidate is expected to work professionally with constituents and stakeholders program-wide and collaborate directly with the VP to accomplish program goals. Using well-developed analysis skills, this position is independently responsible for: 
· Administering all aspects of a media verification process 
· Utilize programs such as Microsoft Excel to sort, and collate data sets against media plans, produce status reports for management consumption, and independently verify data sets/transactions performed by vendors 
· Manage a rigorous daily, weekly and monthly verification process with daily reports to management 
· Handle related communications and contribute to development of improved processes 
· No prior experience is needed, training program will be provided by the company 

Qualifications: 

· 0 - 3 years of general experience working in media and marketing; and or current college student with related degree field 
· Experience assessing multimedia influence products in line with strategic programs and plans 
· Ability to manage multiple projects with accuracy on a tight deadline 
· Demonstrated proficiency in both oral and written communications 
· Ability to prioritize, organize, and adapt planning to mission requirements 
· Ability to critically review and analyze issues in an vague, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous environment 
· Good listener and ability to translate loose guidance and meet desired effect of management 

Education: 

  • Current College Student and/or College Degree 
  • Computer Skills: MS Office: Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook 
  • Security Clearance:  Eligible to apply for Secret level Clearance 


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Have French? Paid Internship with International Relief & Development

IRD is seeking an Intern to provide assistant to specific project activities. This is a paid internship.

Purpose: The purpose of this paid internship is to become familiar with the practical application of conflict and peace-building mechanisms, to develop marketable skills, and to gain exposure to international development within a non-profit, government-funded context.

Background: This internship will provide support to the Peace through Development II (PDev II) Program operating in Burkina Faso, Chad, and Niger, with collateral support and assistance to the broader Communities in Transition practice area.

Objective: To provide student interns or young professionals with realistic work tasks and personal mentoring/coaching to expand their experience in global development and countering violent extremism, and to obtain their assistance in the area of program backstopping and business development.

Activities:

Activities for this internship will include:

Provide daily administrative and logistical support for PDEV II and the Practice Area; Assist in preparing and drafting routine reports; Assist with translation/summarization of French-language documents; Work remotely with staff (COP or Reporting Officer) to identify useful case studies/success stories for broad circulation; Compile and distribute foreign and domestic newspaper, magazine, and academic articles related to program countries; Research and gather materials for program countries; Attend meetings and seminars on peace-building and CVE, and prepare written summaries; Keep up-to-date with evolving donor and country priorities; As opportunities arise and workload allows, assist Communities in Transition practice with program development, such as conduct research and analysis on relevant topics related to a specific conflict, countries and actors, serve as proposal team member drafting sections as needed, and support the development of Communities in Transition summaries and tools; 


Required Skills & Experience:

Bachelor’s Degree in international relations, political science, or other relevant area.

Demonstrated interest in and knowledge of conflict prevention and/or countering violent extremism.

Exceptional communication skills, including research, reading, writing, and analysis.

Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team and in coordination with others.

Advanced working knowledge of Microsoft Office.

Proficiency in French.

Key Deliverables/Outcomes

  • Deliverables will include : edited reports, translated documents, meeting notes, written concept notes, and other materials as needed.
Place of Performance
  • The intern’s work will be performed at IRD’s office in Arlington, VA.
Period of Performance
  • One Semester
Reporting

The intern will work closely with the PDEV II Program Officer; and Program Assistant 


Apply here.


Paid Pathways Internship with the Department of Treasury

2 vacancies - Washington DC

Closes Thursday 6/2/2016

Salary Range
$35,265.00 to $45,844.00 / Per Year

Series & Grade 
GS-1899-05/05

Promotion Potential
05


The work schedule will be full time during the summer and then part time once your education resumes.

The Pathways Internship Program combines a temporary opportunity to earn a competitive salary while learning about federal service. Interns gain valuable, resume- building work experience and opportunities to foster networking relationships. If you are seeking a (technical), (bachelors), or (masters) degree, possess outstanding communication skills and are looking for an opportunity to challenge your teambuilding skills, then this opportunity is for you.

It is anticipated that there will be significant interest in the announcement. As a result, the announcement will close at 11:59 p.m. ET on the date of receipt of the 100th application or at 11:59 p.m. ET on Closing date of the announcement; whichever occurs first. Any required documents should be submitted at the time that you apply as documents will not be accepted after the vacancy closes.

Duties

As an NTE Intern, your major duties may include:
  • Review incoming blocking and reject reports for completeness and accuracy and liaise with the appropriate financial institutions as necessary regarding issues as they arise.
  • Input incoming reports into Office of Foreign Assets Controls (OFAC) Compliance database.
  • Respond to inquiries submitted to OFACs Compliance call center by providing guidance regarding the appropriate treatment of a real-time transaction or general information on OFAC sanctions programs.
  • Assist with scanning and filing hard copies of reports submitted to OFAC as well as other miscellaneous office support and administrative tasks as needed.
  • Use word processing and spread sheet software as well as open source research on the internet to produce and analyze documents.
Apply here.

Paid Marketing Internship with TechSoup for Student with Stats and Data Mining Skills

TechSoup’s marketing department is looking for an eager Marketing Associate Intern that wants to work alongside experts in the field and learn the latest digital marketing techniques. You will participate in three projects that will have the following impact on our company:
  • Improve brand recognition as the dynamic bridge to the sector. 
  • Build awareness around TechSoup’s programs that help nonprofits with their mission 
  • Help build omnichannel to improve amplification 
  • Help grow omnichannel marketing outreach 

Potential Responsibilities Include:
  • Hone your data driven research skills and find viable locations for banner ads on nonprofit websites 
  • Learn how to evaluate costs and develop ROI methodology 
  • Learn to use data for actionable tasks and prepare a spreadsheet with details and info on potential banner ad candidates 
  • Learn how to reach out to potential website owners and setup banner ad campaigns 
  • Develop rationale on how to research public database resources to setup lists of nonprofits for outreach purposes 
  • Learn how to develop and execute a snail mail campaigns 
  • Bring your creative juices to life and develop engaging and relevant content using PowerPoint, graphics, infographics, memes, Vines, etc.) 

Learning objectives:
  • Learn how to research and launch marketing campaigns using both traditional and digital methods 
  • Learn how to create content for social media promotions 
  • Learn skills necessary for an entry level marketing role 
  • Learn how to take your creativity and funnel it into promotional campaigns 

What are we looking for?
Skills
  • Statistical Analysis and Data Mining 
  • Basic SEO/SEM understanding 
  • Ability to work in a team structure 
  • Ability to make decisions and solve problems 
  • Ability to communicate verbally with people inside and outside an organization 
  • Ability to plan, organize, and prioritize work 
  • Ability to obtain and process information 
  • Basic understanding of marketing tools and digital marketing 
  • Working ability with Microsoft products and design tools 

Eligibility Qualifications:
  • Must currently be enrolled in accredited educational institution or enrolled for the following term as an undergraduate or graduate student 
  • Is interested in observing and learning the inner-workings of how programs are put together within a non-profit 
  • Has an enthusiasm for social networking, technology, non-profits, public libraries, and diverse communities 
  • Has ability to communicate with staff, and a desire to assist the department in accomplishing its projects.



This is a paid internship.

Paid Internship with PACCR

PACCR reviews and interprets health care reform legislation (such as, the Affordable Care Act, Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act, and Improving Medicare Post-Acute Care Transformation Act) for health care providers and stakeholders. PACCR is on the cutting edge of evolving Medicare payment policies. The intern will have primary responsibility for legislative, regulatory, and subregulatory policy research and analysis. The intern will also attend workgroup meetings, Congressional briefings, MedPAC meetings, and consult with PACCR members and faculty.

The intern will work as a part of a small team, and perform an integral role in monitoring health care reform and rapidly informing key stakeholders.
The intern will produce policy briefs, regulatory summaries, comment letters, and presentations.

Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree. Some graduate education is preferred. Great writing, research, and time management skills are necessary.

Compensation

The PACCR internship is a paid position, and compensation depends on experience.

Apply here.

Apply by Mary 27 for Paid Social and Behavior Change Internship

The Global Marketing Department at PSI is looking for a student intern to assist the social and behavior change (SBC) team in developing and documenting PSI’s SBC framework. The intern will work closely with the Senior SBC Technical Advisor and Global Marketing Technical Advisor.

The internship will be for 15-20 hours a week for a period of three months, with the potential for extending the contract. A competitive hourly rate will be provided.

Your contribution
  • Assist in thinking and development of a graphical framework for PSI’s approach to SBC 
  • Support developing and documentation of PSI’s process for SBC 
  • Document in case studies several innovative approaches to SBC from across the PSI global network 
  • Conduct literature review on SBC theories across various behaviors, health areas and regions 
  • Support the development of a tool for theory selection that walks users through key considerations and questions 
  • Support development of guidance and training for PSI staff on theory selection and implementation 
  • Support development of implementation guidance to integrate user centered design approaches into research and marketing projects 
  • Handle logistics of meetings for monthly internal SBC working group and participate in group meetings 
  • Assist with meeting logistics for external meetings with various stakeholders 
  • Other duties as assigned 
What are we looking for?
  • Enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate student in public health or a related field 
  • Experience or interest in social and behavior change communication 
  • Experience or interest in working in emerging markets 
  • Strong English language writer and editor 
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail 


Application Deadline: May 27, 2016

Please submit cover letter and CV addressed to Heather Chovtacs at www.psi.org/careers

2016 Healthcare/Health Policy Internship

Qualifications:
  • Currently enrolled in an accredited university or college as a full-time undergraduate or graduate student;
  • The ideal candidate will be entrepreneurial, comfortable in a fast-paced environment, and attentive to detail;
  • Applicants are expected to have excellent written and oral communication skills and experience successfully balancing multiple tasks;
  • Working knowledge of healthcare policy issues;
  • Extensive knowledge of Microsoft Office.

Responsibilities:
  • Monitoring of issues or news;
  • Identifying and compiling lists of media contacts;
  • Researching topics and issues and analyzing findings;
  • Editing and proofreading of client deliverables;
  • Assisting in the development of client proposals;
  • Performing other duties as assigned.
How to Apply:
  1. Apply and submit your resume online
  2. Submit a short video (3 minutes max) describing why you want to intern at APCO.  Be creative and showcase your personality!
  3. Write a 500 word blog post OR graphically depict (e.g. infographic, animation) on how the 2016 Presidential primaries has affected you, your family, or your community
  4. Formal letter of recommendation (optional)
Please email parts 2-4 to InternshipApco@apcoworldwide.com. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Please title your email APCO 2016 Healthcare Summer Internship - (NAME).
The application deadline has been extended to June 1, 2016.
Once your full application has been reviewed, we will select finalists for phone interviews.  You will then be contacted directly if selected for the program.  Good luck!

Fall Newseum Education Outreach Internship

Interns will assist the Education Department with enriching and extending the Newseum experience for learners of all ages by creating educational materials for outreach programs. They will be required to adhere to Education Department practices and procedures.

Responsibilities (including but not limited to):

• Work with the Senior Education Manager and Outreach Coordinator to identify, develop and sustain partnerships with teachers, school districts and educational organizations that align with the Newseum’s history, civics and media literacy curriculum and programs
• Assist with creating, organizing and maintaining resources for Education programming, including family days, NewsMania games and scavenger hunts
• Assist with Newseum education department public programs by developing and updating activities, conducting outreach to relevant constituents and coordinating logistics
• Assist with all aspects of Newseum Education’s social media presence including: researching topics in the Newseum archives; posting original content; writing blog posts; monitoring current events and retweeting relevant posts; engaging with followers; and analyzing trends for maximum impact.
• Research potential school and community partners and suggest programming ideas for collaboration
• Raiser’s Edge data entry and analysis
• Daily office tasks
• Other duties as assigned

Qualifications • Interest in education, museums, marketing or communications
• Attention to detail and accuracy
• Strong background in writing text for social media
• Familiarity with the following social media platforms: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Google Hangouts
• Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word and Photoshop
• Ability to work effectively in a diverse and fast-paced team environment
• Mature judgment, discretion and professionalism in communicating information and determining reliability of sources.
• Interns must be available to work 15-20 hours per week, but scheduling is flexible.
• Must be a U.S. Citizen, permanent resident or possess unrestricted work authorization documentation

Application Deadline Monday, August 8, 2016

Application Process Please send your resume, a letter of interest and two references to:

Newseum
Human Resources Department
555 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20001
E-mail: jobs@newseum.org

Please attach these materials as ONE document or PDF and name it LastName_FirstName.

Newseum Fall Education Curriculum Research Internship

Interns will assist the Education Department with research for online and on-site curriculum for grades 3-college. They will be required to adhere to Education Department practices and procedures.

Responsibilities (including but not limited to):

• Work with the Senior Education Manager and Outreach Coordinator to research potential school and community partners whose pedagogy aligns with the Newseum’s history, civics and media literacy curriculum and programs, then suggest programming ideas for collaboration
• Work with the Multimedia Curriculum Specialist to conduct web research in historic newspaper and other databases to identify primary sources for use in current and future curriculum materials
• Handle student and teacher requests for research assistance for National History Day, We the People, and other projects
• Assist with creating, organizing and maintaining resources for Education programming, including family days, gallery guides, teacher professional development workshops and Learning Center classes; then prepare select findings for publication
• Raiser’s Edge data entry and analysis
• Daily office tasks
• Other duties as assigned

Qualifications • Interest in history or a research-based career
• Interest in education or museums
• Attention to detail and accuracy
• Familiarity with internet research methods and sources
• Proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Word
• Ability to work effectively in a diverse and fast-paced team environment
• Mature judgment, discretion and professionalism in communicating information and determining reliability of sources.
• Interns must be available to work 15-20 hours per week, but scheduling is flexible.
• Must be a U.S. Citizen, permanent resident or possess unrestricted work authorization documentation

Application Deadline Monday, August 8, 2016


Application Process Please send your resume, a letter of interest and two references to:

Newseum
Human Resources Department
555 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20001
E-mail: jobs@newseum.org 


Please attach these materials as ONE document or PDF and name it FirstName_LastName.

Research and Outreach Assistant, The Institute for Communitarian Policy Studies (GWU) for Recent Grad

Position description

The Institute for Communitarian Policy Studies is seeking an individual to assist with our research and outreach efforts. The position entails helping to develop our position papers and effectively communicating our message to elected officials, media, voluntary associations, and the public at large through a variety of channels. The chosen candidate will work directly with director Amitai Etzioni. The successful candidate will have the following responsibilities:
Researching and editing papers and articles; collecting and analyzing data on communitarian issues and policies for the Institute Director.
Distributing publications of the Institute for Communitarian Policy Studies to the public and media via mail and email. Tracking metrics and finding creative new ways to increase our organization's reach and to distribute ICPS' publications and ideas to interested parties.
Performing other work-related duties as assigned. Omission of specific duties does not preclude the supervisor from assigning duties that are logically related to the position.
Experience and/or education in International Affairs, Foreign Policy, or Sociology is preferred.
The candidate should possess the ability to work independently and should have strong writing and editing skills. Previous experience in communications, public relations, and/or student publications is desirable.
Apply here