Summer Internship Meeting
Summer internship deadlines are fast approaching! Learn about the broad range of internship opportunities that will provide experience in your intended field, and how to apply for these programs.
Date: Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Place: Room 805, East Building
Register to attend by logging on to Symplicity and see Events.
Children's Corps Now Hiring
Want to make a difference in the lives of families and children?
The Children's Corps is an innovative, exciting program created to equalize life opportunities for children and families involved in the child welfare system. Inspired by the model provided by Teach for America, Children's Corps recruits, trains, places, and supports individuals who are dedicated to making a difference. Corps members commit to work in agencies for two years of casework and receive a salary, benefits and further training. Throughout the two-year period Children's Corps will provide support, mentoring, and professional development for its members, as well as for the host agency.
- Must receive your bachelor's degree by June, 2015
- Must be eligible to work in the United States.
$30,000 - $38,000 and full benefits for those with an undergraduate degree
$40,000 - $45,000 for those with a MSW or related masters degree.
To apply: Visit our application page.
Please Note: The application includes 7 parts. We encourage students interested in applying to schedule an appointment with a career counselor in Career Development Services for assistance.
Deadline: Friday, January 23, 2015
For more information, please contact our office at 212-772-4850, email@example.com, or visit us in Room 805, East Building.
Summer 2015 Internships at the Smithsonian!
Internships for students in all majors are available in a wide variety of fields, at the museums, research centers and centralized offices comprising the Smithsonian. Students will have the opportunity to pursue projects in curatorial services, sustainability, education, theatre, film, video, scientific research, exhibit design, archival work, preservation, event planning, marketing, international relations, art, development, public relations, digitalization, historical research, web design and many other areas.
Host organizations include:
- Archives of American Art
- Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage
- Freer Sackler Gallery
- Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Gardens
- National Air & Space Museum
- National Museum African American History & Culture
- National Museum of American History
- National Museum of Natural History
- National Portrait Gallery
- Office of Advancement
- Office of Communications and External Affairs
- Office of International Relations
- Office of Policy & Analysis
- Office of Special Events & Protocol
- Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center
- Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory
- Smithsonian Center for Learning & Digital Access
- Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
- Smithsonian Institution Archives
- Smithsonian Latino Center
- Smithsonian Science Education Center
Applications vary by unit but many deadlines will fall on February 1 or soon after.
For application procedures and additional information on programs, please email Career Development Services at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 212.772.4850.
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About Career Development Services
Every semester, we offer a wide variety of events such as career expos, career panels and workshops, on-campus employer interviews, and information sessions. Please return to this page for more information about upcoming events.
Jobs and internships are available through our online data base ORION. We encourage you to visit us often, in person and online, beginning in your freshman year and continuing through senior year and graduation. See how we can help!