Wednesday, May 24, 2017

PIRG Campus Action Hiring for Renewable Energy Campaign

PIRG Campus Action team is organizing campaigns to urge communities and companies to switch to 100 percent renewable energy from California to New England.

We are looking to hire our next class of organizers who will help us make an impact. This fall we need to hit the ground running with a team of dedicated activists. We are looking for people with the passion and the drive it takes to fuel the power of student activism, win positive change, and build for even more victories in the future.

Learn more about PIRG Campus Action and apply here.

Part-Time Graphic Designer for CBS DC




CBS DC is looking for a rockstar part-time graphic designer! Interested? Check out the job description & apply now: bit.ly/CBSDCdesign

Monday, May 22, 2017

Operations Administrator Position for Recent Grad with International Institute for Strategic Studies-Americas

The International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) is a world-leading think tank on global security, political risk and military conflict with offices in London, Singapore, Manama and Washington DC. The IISS-Americas office in Washington, DC is an active and important base for the IISS in the US and elsewhere in the Americas, promoting the institute and its research to relevant constituencies, servicing the individual and corporate membership and initiating events for local audiences consistent with the IISS international reach.  
We seek to appoint an Operations Administrator. This position is ideal for a recent graduate interested in developing an understanding of the inner workings of a think tank/non-profit. Applicants should expect to work in a fast-paced environment supporting the IISS’s expanding Washington office.
Tasks will include, but are not limited to:
  • Overseeing office operations, including assisting with accounting and record-keeping, processing IISS membership dues, managing the IISS-Americas contacts database, maintaining office supplies, and responding to and directing incoming emails and calls.
  • Managing the IISS-Americas’ schedule of public and private events, including invitation generation and tracking, liaising with speakers, and all logistical support necessary to ensure successful events.
  • Coordinating the internship program and activities of three interns a semester.
  • Assisting the IISS-Americas Managing Director with institutional development.
  • Other administrative duties for the IISS-Americas Managing Director, as required.
The IISS provides a competitive salary with benefits.

Qualifications

The successful applicant will have demonstrable experience in event planning and operations or administrative support. In addition, she/he will have strong written and oral communications skills, a high degree of professionalism, and a keen eye for detail.
Applicants must have the ability to work in the US (the IISS-Americas is unfortunately unable to assist in procuring visas or entry permits).

Application instructions

Candidates should provide a cover letter, resume, and a list of three references by email citing Operations Administrator to iiss-americas@iiss.org.

AASD Summer Courses


Participate in a 1-Hour Language Study (Paid!)

Are you a native speaker of Korean? Will you be on campus this summer?

If so, please consider participating in a 1 hour language study. You will receive $10 for your time and effort. Please feel free to email Sunhee Kim at shkim@umd.edu for more information, or visit https://umpsychology-paid.sona-systems.com/default.aspx?p_return_experiment_id=375 to learn more and sign up!

Friday, May 19, 2017

Summer Virtual Chats with the University Career Center @ BSOS!

Summer Virtual Chat Hours, Thursday's  2-3 p.m. 
Crystal Sehlke's- University Career Center @ BSOS Virtual Chat room 
Have a career or internship question over the summer? The University Career Center @ BSOS is offering virtual chat “walk-ins” on Thursdays from 2-3 p.m., starting June 1st to address quick questions about career path, resumes, interviewing, etcJust click the link above between 2-3 p.m. on Thursday and enter your name and email. Tips for using the chat. 
*Open only to current undergraduate BSOS students. Not available: June 15th or July 27th 

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Paid Internship with the Education Week Research Center

The Education Week Research Center is hiring for a paid internship position. Interns work closely with a small but lively research staff to produce influential publications and web-based content that provide information on efforts to improve teaching and learning. The work is primarily research and analytic in nature, rather than editorial. Tasks may include compiling and analyzing education data from state and federal sources, conducting literature reviews, updating web content, reviewing Research Center products, and taking on a few clerical functions.


Candidates must be highly detail-oriented and display an interest in education and public policy.


Desired skills include:
•Working knowledge of Excel
•Ability to multi-task on a variety of assignments
•Strong analytical skills for reviewing education data and policies
•Attention to detail for managing data and contact information in spreadsheets
•Ability to communicate effectively
•Familiarity with surveys, and market research
•Familiarity with SPSS desirable but not required

Priority will be given to candidates who are current graduate students or recent college graduates. The internship will have a flexible start date between May and July. It will continue through January 2018 for 25-29 hours per week. A strong possibility exists for an intern wishing to continue beyond the fall semester to stay on through spring 2018. Our office is located just 7 miles north of downtown Washington, D.C., and within a 10-minute walk of the Bethesda, Maryland Metro station.


To apply: Send a resume and cover letter by e-mail to: ResearchJobs@epe.org.

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Want to Earn Elective or GenEd Credit for Your Summer Internship?

BSOS internship courses are offered in the summer and are open to all majors. You may qualify if:

·         You have completed at least 30 credits at the end of the semester
·         Your internship is onsite and not in a home office
·         You will be spending at least 45 hours at your internship
·         You will be conducting para- or pre-professional work
·         You will be receiving regular and frequent supervision from an experienced professional 

Paid internships and internships in other states may qualify.

Tuition and fees apply for all summer courses, so this doesn't make sense for most students.  If you think it will work for you, review the schedule for summer tuition and fees.

Two courses, BSOS 288I (1-3 credits) and BSOS 386 (3-6 credits) offer elective credit.

BSOS 355 (3 credits only) fulls the GenEd Scholarship in Practice Outside Your Major requirement.

To learn more, visit ter.ps/internBSOS or email Kathryn Hopps at khopps@umd.edu.

UMD SAFE Center Summer 2017 Internship





UMD SAFE Center for Human Trafficking Survivors Seeking Summer 2017 Research and Outreach Intern
To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to Laura Ardito, Deputy Director, at lardito@umd.edu. Please put “Research and Outreach Internship” in the subject of your email. Deadline to apply: May 22, 2017.

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Global/Federal Fellows Internship Program - Spots Still Open!

UMD Global/Federal Fellows Internship Program- Apply Now! Spots Still Open!
Apply as soon as you can—rolling admissions!
Includes:
·         7 Fall seminar courses (including Critical Regions and International Relations, Homeland Security, US Diplomacy, Responses to Global Challenges, Public Health policy, Science diplomacy and Energy and Environmental policy) all taught by expert practitioners and focusing on the real world!
·        Spring internship for college credit at sites such as: Department of State, embassies, Department of Homeland Security, National Institutes of Health, Department of Energy, House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, U.S. Helsinki Commission, and many more!
·        Internship credit through our program or through your major; Scholarship in Practice credit
·        Year round activities (field trips to DC, professional development workshops, individual coaching, etc.)
·        Earn transcript notation as a Federal or Global Fellow
·        Join an engaged student cohort group and alumni network for life! 

APPLY NOW!!!
Application Link: Online Application

For more information visit our websites: http://federalfellows.umd.edu/ and http://globalfellowsdc.umd.edu/

Fulbright English Teaching and Int'l Research Grants - Last Call!

ATTENTION Juniors, Seniors and recent graduates: Are you interested in applying for a Fulbright grant to teach English or do research abroad for the 2018-19 academic year?

Fulbright awards are designed to give recent B.S./B.A. graduates (who are also US citizens) opportunities for international experience, personal enrichment and an open exchange of ideas with citizens of other nations. About 1800 Fulbright fully-funded grants are currently available to over 150 nations. There are two distinct types of grant: study/research awards for students who wish to investigate timely and significant topics abroad, and English Teaching Assistantships. You will find below some brief introductory information about Fulbright awards. For detailed information please visit the Fulbright US Student Program website at: http://us.fulbrightonline.org/home.html

To make an appointment to discuss applying for a Fulbright US Student Program grant to teach English or conduct research, contact us at fulbright@umd.edu before, or very shortly after, you leave campus for the summer.


Who Can Apply: US Citizens – Current Juniors and Seniors, Recent Grads, Grad Students – All Majors – GPA of 3.0 or higher recommended – Campus Deadline: Thursday, September 1, 2017


There are two types of Fulbright grants:


--Fulbright Academic Study/Research Grant: Opportunities to conduct research are available in over 150 countries. Students design their own study/research projects. These grants generally provide round-trip transportation; book and research allowances; living costs for the academic year, based on living costs in the host country; supplemental health and accident insurance; tuition, in some cases; and language or orientation courses, where appropriate.

--Fulbright English Teaching Assistantships: Opportunities to teach English language and conversation classes are currently available in over 70 countries around the world.

Award Amounts: In general, Fulbright grants for study and teaching cover the following costs: Round-trip transportation to the host country; Maintenance for the academic year, based on living costs in the host country; Medical Insurance; and orientation programs, in some cases. Fulbright study grants may also provide: Book and research allowances; Full or partial tuition, in most cases.

Duration: Approximately one academic year; length and timing of awards varies by individual country and/or region.

UMD Campus Deadline: September 1, 2017 – contact us at fulbright@umd.edu for details.

Summer GVPT Courses - Open to All Majors


Summer Course: "Conflict Resolution - The Israeli Palestinian Experiment"


Looking for something exciting and different this summer?

Enroll in a unique UMD course on "Conflict Resolution - The Israeli Palestinian Experiment" (GVPT309X/ISRL349X), from June 19 to July 7. It comes with DSHS and DVUP GenEd credit and you can enroll in the online or face-to-face version.


Check it out on Testudo or see videos of the class at https://cidcm.umd.edu/research/team-teaching-conflict. It's taught by an Israeli and a Palestinian professor, each with decades of experience in peace-making and conflict resolution. 
 
For more information contact Prof. Edy Kaufman at kaufmane@umd.edu.

Campus Pantry Open Every Friday During Summer! Donate if You are Emptying Your Kitchen!

Summer 2017
June 9 - August 18
Every Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Location: Health Center, Heilsa Room 0143

Individual appointments also available: contact 301-314-8054 or coampuspantry@umd.edu

To be eligible for services you must be a current student, faculty or staff member at UMD.  Bring your UMD ID with you.

Clearing out your kitchen for summer?  Remember those in need!
Drop off hours: Mon-Fri, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Location: South Campus Admin Office, or
Schedule Pick Up: campuspantry@umd.edu or 301.314.8054

List of Most Needed Non-Perishable Items:
  • canned fish or poultry
  • canned vegetables
  • canned beans
  • canned soups
  • canned fruits
  • dry pasta or rice
  • cereal/oatmeal
  • pasta sauce
  • peanut butter
  • jelly or jam
  • non-fat dry or canned milk
  • baby food or formula
  • spices or oils
  • cooking supplies
*NO EXPIRED, DENTED, OPEN OR BROKEN CONTAINERS
Visit campuspantry.umd.edu for updated listing of needs

Volunteers Needed for International Student Orientation August 21-25




















Why should you volunteer?
  • Gain experience with people from other countries and cultures
  • Make new arrivals fee welcome at UMD!
  • Make new friends
  • Enhance your resume—this is a leadership opportunity

What is the commitment?
  • Optional 1 hour training to enhance cross cultural communication skills and receive information about orientation duties and how to help new students
  • Help ISSS with a variety of orientation activities: setup/clean-up, documents check, DC tour chaperones, campus tour guides, welcome desk greeters, session panelists, lunch meet-ups…Lots of options!


Interested? Contact Sarah Kim at sdkim@umd.edu

Monday, May 15, 2017

Join the BSOS Sustainability Task Force

The College of Behavioral and Social Sciences (BSOS) is soliciting applicants (undergraduate and graduate students) to participate as committee members of the Sustainability Task Force (STF). The task force will meet monthly during the fall and spring semesters to set goals, develop objectives, and implement actions to make measurable gains towards achieving sustainable goals set for by the University, BSOS, and the STF.

The committee will be facilitated by Dr. Evan Ellicott of Geographical Sciences and meet on a monthly basis to plan, implement, and evaluate. This recursive strategy will create flexible and robust model to insure success in raising awareness and promoting behavioral changes in an effort to increase sustainability at campus and beyond.

In addition, the STF will work with the BSOS Sustainability Committee to bridge the divide between faculty and staff (the latter committee) and students (the former).

Interested in getting involved? Contact:

Evan Ellicott, PhD
Assistant Research Professor
Department of Geographical Sciences

Attention May Graduates: Full-time Assistant Teacher positions with the Ivymount School!

The Ivymount School is actively recruiting recent college graduates to fill entry-level Assistant Teacher positions for the 2017-2018 school year. Please consider joining a nationally recognized school for students with special needs and make a meaningful impact on our students’ lives. The Ivymount School currently serves over 200 students, ages 4 through 21, and has a long history of providing educational programs and therapeutic services for students with disabilities through evidence-based instruction and interventions. This is an exciting hands-on opportunity to work with students who have learning disabilities. The Ivymount School offers employees both professional development and opportunities for career advancement within our organization.

Accepting applications for the following positions:
-Assistant Teacher
-1:1 Assistant Teacher
-ABA Instructor
-Research Assistant

How To Apply:
Please visit http://www.ivymount.org/careers for more details about these positions and to apply online.

Fall 2017 Research Assistant positions with the Family Involvement Lab!

Interested in gaining hands-on research experience?

The Family Involvement Laboratory IS LOOKING FOR ENGLISH AND SPANISH SPEAKING UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH ASSISTANTS for the fall semester (2017).

Students will serve as research assistants for the Family Involvement Lab project Baby Books 2, which is an intervention for low income mothers, fathers, & young children. The goal of the study is to understand the reading practices of these mothers’ & fathers.

Research assistants will participate in data collection; recruit parents; schedule visits; & enter data. Effective communication skills and a passion for working with families with young children is required. This is a great opportunity for students who are interested in pursuing graduate work in the social sciences. Depending on interest & skill-level, there will be opportunities to write honors theses and participate in papers for publication.

Interested students should send their unofficial transcript and resume to Catherine Kuhns at ckuhns@umd.edu. For additional information on our lab, see our website at http://www.education.umd.edu/HDQM/labs/filab/ and www.babybooks2.com

State Senate Campaign Internships


Positions with the Fund for Public Interest

Make a difference on issues that matter this summer with the Fund for the Public Interest!

What are you planning to do with your summer? Do you want to make a real difference, working to protect the environment or public health? Do you want to gain real-world experience and pick up valuable skills? Do you want to make good money?

Apply for a job with the Fund this summer, and you could get all of that and more. We’re a national, non-profit organization that builds the people power for America’s leading environmental and social change organizations. Hiring is taking place in over 30 cities across the country, including College Park, MD this summer to raise money and get thousands of people to take action. You’ll make a real difference on important issues. You may be working to help stop global warming, defend consumers from big banks and credit card companies, or stand up for clean water, just to name a few.

You’ll gain real-world experience and learn valuable skills. Making change happen isn’t easy, but history has shown time and again that when we build enough people power we can win. But to do that we need people who have the skills and leadership ability to get things done. And that’s what you’ll learn with the Fund.


We have a great training program. Training starts the first day, and it continues throughout your time on staff.

You will have the opportunity to learn how to lead a team and run news conferences, all while developing your public speaking skills, raising money and motivating people to get involved and take action. Skills that will be valuable, no matter what kind of job you want in the future.

And, you’ll make good money.

Many people are faced with a tough choice for how to spend their summer. Do I earn money by waiting tables, painting houses or making lattes, or do I take that unpaid internship so I can get real-world experience, or work on something I care about. You don’t have to make that choice.

You can make $4,500-$6,500 this summer while doing something you actually believe in. All while gaining the skills and experience you need to help you succeed in the future.

This is not your typical summer job, but if you’re looking for a great experience where you can make a real difference, and work with some great people along the way, then apply for a summer job with The Fund.

To apply, please visit Summer Jobs That Matter.

Arlington National Cemetery Host

The Host's job responsibilities are customer driven. Driving sales by handing out brochures, directing customers to our ticket booths, providing information on tour packages, pricing and the content of all ticket packages. Assist sales representatives and direct customers to our vehicles and assist in boarding passengers to help ensure the vehicles depart on time. Ability to walk locally to greet and guide tour groups to the Trolley stop. Think host at a restaurant. But instead of a restaurant, it's a tour vehicle.

Qualifications
Friendly, outgoing, caring, customer oriented.

Desired start date: May 30


To apply, interested students should log in to Careers4Terps and search the ID number: 158344

Non-Profit Management Internship

We have an immediate opening for a NonProfitt Management Intern. This is an amazing opportunity to contribute to the growth of a grassroots community development organization in two historic neighborhoods while gaining leadership skills and handson professional experience. Our interns will have the opportunity to work directly with a wide range of businesses, government agencies, nonprofit organizations and community partners in Washington, D.C. The position will be based in the shared office space in Columbia Heights.

Qualifications
● Creativity, professionalism and a positive, cando attitude
● Ability to work independently, meet short deadlines and pay attention to detail
● Excellent oral and written communications skills, proven project management
expertise
● Demonstrated success with multi
tasking & juggling multiple priorities
● Ability to develop original content, edit materials and perform administrative duties
● Mastery of new and existing social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram,
LinkedIn, etc.) as well as best practices, key platforms and measurements
● Previous work in revising online content, developing social media
campaigns/strategies
● Previous event planning, community engagement and marketing experience
(internship, volunteer assignment, coursework)
● Fluency in Spanish is not required but Spanish speaking candidates will be given
preference

Applications accepted until June 26.

To apply, students can log in to Careers4Terps and search the posting’s ID number: 158399.