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  • 2015-16 Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellowships Program @ Congressional Hunger Center, Apply by Jan. 6

    The Congressional Hunger Center (CHC) is excited to offer a unique opportunity to be actively involved in the movement to end hunger and poverty. Our national initiative, the Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellows Program, trains, inspires and sustains a tight-knit community of emerging leaders committed to social justice. The program provides Fellows with an opportunity to gain practical experience fighting hunger and poverty, work with community-based and national leaders, deepen their analysis around poverty and develop leadership skills.  The application deadline for the 2015– 2016 program is January 6, 2015.  If you have questions, please email fellows@hungercenter.org or call 202-547-7022 x 29. 

  • 2015-16 Journalism Internship with NPR and the Washington Post, Apply by April 30

    In memory of Stone and Holt Weeks, following their tragic deaths in 2009, NPR and The Washington Post have partnered to give a promising individual the opportunity to launch a career in journalism. This fellowship consists of two sessions, 12 weeks at The Washington Post and 12 weeks at NPR, with training in reporting for print, radio and the web.

    The Fellowship is both educational and experiential. At NPR, the Fellow is trained in radio and digital production and report on the National, Washington or Business desk. The Washington Post session gives Fellow experience with publishing original stories and other news content. At both organizations, the Fellow has individual sessions with leading journalists and receive guidance on the most important skills of the trade.

    The Stone and Holt Weeks Fellow learns about the role of journalism in "making the world a better place." This Fellowship offers a broad exposure to the relationship between journalism and public education, citizenship, social change and democracy, and will learn that a major aim of journalism, as expressed a century ago by author Finley Peter Dunne, is "to comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable."

    Candidate Qualifications
    Anyone who will have received a bachelor's degree by July 15 is eligible to apply for the Fellowship. Individuals with additional education and experience are welcome to apply. While a demonstrated appetite for journalism is desired, there is no specific requirement for a journalism degree or experience as a journalist.

    Application Process
    Applications must be postmarked by April 30. Finalists will be notified in early June and invited to travel to Washington, D.C., for an interview with the fellowship committee. Travel costs for the interview will be paid by NPR and The Washington Post. The selected candidate will be notified by the end of June and asked to confirm his or her commitment early in July. The fellowship begins after Labor Day.

    Learn more and apply at http://www.npr.org/about-npr/183909003/stone-and-holt-weeks-fellowship-details-and-application

  • 2015 Steiner Summer Yiddish Program, Apply by 2/10

    The Yiddish Book Center in Amherst, Massachusetts, is now accepting applications for two education programs for college students and recent graduates: the 2015 Steiner Summer Yiddish Program and the 2015-16 Yiddish Book Center Fellowship Program. 
     
    The Steiner Summer Yiddish Program is an intensive seven-week course in Yiddish language and culture for college students. The program offers a beginner track for students with no previous Yiddish experience and an intermediate track for those who have completed one year of Yiddish. In addition to their classes, students take part in cultural and social activities at the Center. Students live and eat at the adjacent Hampshire College campus.
     
    All Steiner students receive full-tuition scholarships. Intermediate students also receive free housing and a $1,000 stipend in exchange for working on ongoing projects at the Center. All participants are eligible to receive college credits through the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
     
    The 2015 Steiner Summer Yiddish Program will run from June 7 to July 24. Applications are due by February 10. For more information, visit yiddishbookcenter.org/Steiner-summer-program.
     
    The Yiddish Book Center Fellowship Program offers recent college graduates with intermediate or advanced Yiddish skills an opportunity to develop professional experience while working as full-time members of the Center's staff. 
     
    Fellows serve as teaching assistants for college-level Yiddish classes, conduct interviews for the Center’s Wexler Oral History Project, develop educational and exhibit materials, assist with translation or online accessibility initiatives, and do bibliographic work with the Center’s collection of books. With the support of mentors, Fellows also apply their ingenuity and personal expertise to the creation of new projects.
     
    Fellows receive a $28,000 stipend and health insurance. The next Fellowship Program runs from September of 2015 to August of 2016. Applications are due by January 5. For more information, visit yiddishbookcenter.org/fellowship-program.
  • 2015 UIC Recent Graduate Job Fair, Thurs. 6/18

    UIC is hosting the 2015 Recent Graduate Job Fair!

    The event will be held on Thursday, June 18th, 2015, 12:00p.m. - 3:00p.m. at the UIC FORUM (725 W. Roosevelt Rd, Chicago, IL 60607). There will be over 60 employers present to discuss potential full-time and part-time inern positions. This event is free and open ONLY to UIC students and UIC alumni. Remember to dress professionally and bring resumes!

    For more details visit Careerfairs.ocs.uic.edu

     

  • 2017 Summer Internship for The American Chemical Society, Deadline Feb. 17th

  • 2018-2019 Internship Opportunities at the Latino Cultural Center (LCC)

  • 2019 LEAP Emerge: Summer Internship Program – Application Deadline: March 4

  • 2021 Summer Internship at Democracy Works (Apply Now!)

  • 8th Annual Regenerative Medicine Summer School Opportunity

  • AANAPISI Outreach Intern, Summer 2015 - Spring 2016, Apply by Fri. 5/8

    The UIC AANAPISI (Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institutions) Initiative seeks 2 paid *Outreach Interns* for Summer 2015, Fall 2015, and Spring 2016.

    The AANAPISI program is fully funded by the U.S. Department of Education and aims to support recruitment, retention, and graduation of Asian American and Pacific Islander students at UIC. The intern will help to support the grant’s outreach initiatives, which includes: aiding with AANAPISI events; increasing awareness of AANAPISI programs; and assisting with the demographic survey outreach.

    *Position Available: *Undergraduate Outreach Intern

    *Hours/Week: *5-10 hours/week

    *Period of Appointment: *Summer 2015, Fall 2015, and Spring 2016

     *Duties:*

    Raising awareness of AANAPISI events and activities on campus

    Providing general outreach assistance to AANAPISI staff and personnel

     

     *Qualifications:*

    Excellent written and verbal communication skills

    Applicants must be well-organized, resourceful, and energetic

    Previous experience in working with campus organizations is a plus

    Some evening hours may be required

     *Compensation:          *$10/hour

    *TO APPLY:   *Email cover letter and resume outlining your interest and qualifications to JLee369@uic.edu by May 8, 2015

    *AANAPISI Educational Employment Grant*

    *This position is part of the AANAPISI Educational Employment Grant program offered by the UIC AANAPISI Initiative, Student Employment, and the Career Services Office.  Concurrent to their employment, student employees, along with their supervisors, will engage in a guided career development framework aimed at building lifelong career skills to support lifelong professional success. The UIC AANAPISI Initiative is fully funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institutions (AANAPISI) Program.*

    *Eligibility*

    *Due to the federal funding restrictions for the UIC AANAPISI Initiative, student employees must be non-international undergraduate UIC students who are enrolled (part-time or full-time) during the academic year. In the summer, students do not have to be enrolled as long as they were enrolled in spring and will be enrolled in the fall. While students who have Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) (http://www.uic.edu/depts/oaa/diversity/sdsb.html) are eligible for student employment at UIC, we regret that DACA students are not eligible for employment in this program.*

  • AARCC Student Graphic Aide Position, Apply by Fri. 5/27

    The Asian American Resource and Cultural Center is looking to hire an undergraduate student for a Student Graphic Aide and a graduate student for a Graduate Assistant for Special Projects.

    The Student Graphic Aide will assist in creating publicity for AARCC events including Asian American Awareness Month; editing and designing the Asian American Student Resource Book; and designing the AARCC brochure.  For full details and to apply, please go on UICCareers.com and search for position #71140.

    The Graduate Assistant for Special Projects will assist in leading and coordinating AARCC’s signature programmatic events such as the Asian American Awareness Month (AAAMonth) and its planning committee; planning, hosting, and assessing AARCC Lunchbox programs; creating, coordinating, and advising of the AARCC Student Ambassador; and performing a number of administrative tasks and clerical duties. 

    For full details and to apply, please go on UICCareers.com and search for position #71134. For full consideration, apply by 5pm on Friday, May 27, 2016. For more information, contact AARCC at 312-413-9569.

  • AARCC Student Marketing Assistant Job for 2015-16

    Student Marketing Assistant

    The Student Marketing Assistant will assist in providing content for the Asian American Resource and Cultural Center blog AARCCorner, editing and designing the Asian American Student Resource Book, and creating publicity for AARCC events including Asian American Awareness Month.

    We are seeking a creative student with graphic design and marketing skills who can work independently.  Experience with Adobe Photoshop and After Effects are a plus.  This position will start August 2015 with summer work possibility.  You will need to be an undergraduate student maintaining at least six credit hours Fall 2015.

    General Duties:

    This position is for the 2015-2016 academic year (August 2015 - May 2016). Student Marketing Assistant

    Under the supervision of the director, the Student Marketing Assistant performs the following: Maintenance of AARCC blog, YouTube channel, Facebook page, and Twitter account.

    Assist in the maintenance of AARCC website content.

    Lead in the design and editing of the Asian American Resource Book.

    Design outreach brochures and marketing materials. Assist with the coordination of special events. Act as photographer and videographer of special events.

    Develop educational and promotional videos. Provide customer service and respond to general inquiries via phone and e-mail. Perform other general office support tasks. 

     

    Desired Qualifications:

    One year of experience in a related marketing position; experience with Adobe Photoshop and Adobe After Effects; basic website maintenance skills; some blogging and video creation experience.  Fine Arts major with Moving Images focus preferred. 

    Starting Salary:

    $8.77/hour

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    These positions will also assist with general outreach and publicity for AARCC events. We expect these positions to require approximately 10-20 hours per week. These positions start at $8.77/hour (with expected increase this summer) and are open to work-study (preferred – revise your FAFSA or contact Financial Aid to request work-study) and non-work-study students.

    To apply, send a resume, cover letter, and application (attached and at http://aarcc.uic.edu) to Elvin Chan at eychan@uic.edu. For more information, contact AARCC at 312-413-9569.

  • African-American Cultural Center Fall 2014 Internship, Applications Due Mon. 9/15

    The African-American Cultural Center at UIC is seeking interns for the fall of 2014 to assist with a variety of projects that support our mission and goals. We are seeking students with sophomore or higher standing with a strong academic record and the ability to work independently and as a member of a team.  Interns should have a strong social justice orientation and an interest in African-American or African-Diaspora culture.  Internships are for a minimum of 10 hours per week, for the duration of the fall 2014 semester.  This is an unpaid internship that may be eligible for Honors Activity credit or credit through your department or college.  

    To learn more, please see the attached file and application.  Applications are due Monday 9/15, 2014.  Contact 312-996-9549 with questions.

  • Aldermanic Summer Internship Program - Paid Internships

    Alderman Milly Santiago's 31st Ward Office is seeking an intern for this summer.

    *         The 31st Ward covers parts of Logan Square, Belmont Cragin, Hermosa and Portage Park.

    *         The 31st Ward has a large percentage of Spanish speakers and a smaller amount of Polish speakers. An intern with bilingual abilities in either language would be preferable.

    *         Someone from the Ward would also be preferable for local knowledge.

    Any interested applicant can email their office directly at ChicagoWard31@gmail.com

    Interviews are scheduled to begin on May 16th.  The internships begin on June 6th.

    There are internships for each of the 50 Ward in Chicago. If you are interested, you should contact your local Ward to see if their internship position is still available.

  • All Majors Career Fair – March 15

  • All Majors Career Fair – March 21

  • All Majors Career Fair, Thurs. 3/17

    The ALL MAJORS Career Fair expects 90+ employers from a variety of industries. Open exclusively to UIC students & alumni of ALL majors seeking employment opportunities.

     

    Thursday, March 17th, 10:00am - 2:00pm

    SCE Illinois Room (3rd Floor)

    750 S. Halsted St, Chicago

     

    List of employers: http://careerservices.uic.edu/springdivparticipants.shtml

    List of employers by majors: http://careerservices.uic.edu/springdivparticipantsB.shtml

     

    Students must bring their iCard for entry, dress professionally and bring resumes.

     

    Quick job fair prep tips:

    Prepare an effective resume that will get you noticed (see an advisor at Career Services – 3050 SSB for professional assistance and pick up the free GUIDE with sample resumes) Invest in a professional outfit that will make you stand out and look impressive! Prepare your one minute speech to market yourself to employers. Above all, RESEARCH EMPLOYERS. Know their history, values, products and services etc.!

  • American Academy of Pediatrics Internship

    The Illinois Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (ICAAP) is an organization of approximately 1,800 pediatricians in Illinois. Primary activities include advocacy on behalf of children, families, and health professionals in Illinois; the provision of continuing medical education and other resources for pediatricians, pediatric specialists, and other child health care providers, and collaboration with other state organizations and agencies on programs and projects that improve the health and well-being of children.

    FIELDWORK/INTERNSHIP ACTIVITIES CAN INCLUDE: - Data assessment/evaluation - Assisting with the development of policy briefs/recommendations - Developing and posting content for website, social media (including Facebook and Twitter), and e-newsletters - Assisting with grant writing/applications/reporting - Coordination of meetings and communications with partners - Preparing and delivering presentations (public speaking) - Staffing committee/workgroup meetings

    See the document below for more information about internship opportunities.

    Questions can be directed to egroenewegen@illinoisaap.com

  • American Anthropological Association: Internship opportunities in museums, non-profits, parks, etc.

    See the American Anthropological Association website for a list of internships in museums, nonprofits, parks, etc.

    http://www.aaanet.org/resources/students/undergraduates.cfm

  • American Red Cross Internship Program

    The American Red Cross invites exceptional undergraduate and graduate students from many diverse backgrounds to join us in a variety of internship programs that introduce young leaders to the mission of the Red Cross. Our engaging internship programs give students real-world work experience by involving them in projects critical to the day-to-day work of our organization.

    While there are some internship opportunities available during the school year, the majority of our internships are offered during our summer program. The summer program offers ten-week paid or unpaid internship opportunities at the Red Cross national headquarters office in Washington, D.C., as well as at more than 500 Red Cross units located across the U.S.

    Summer 2015
    Dates of program: June 8 through August 14, 2015
    Job Postings Begin: December 1, 2014

    Fall 2015
    Dates of program: September through December
    Job Postings Begin: April 1, 2015

    Learn more and apply for positions at http://www.redcross.org/support/get-involved/internship-program

  • American Red Cross - Latino Outreach and International Services Internship

    Have you ever had an interest in the work that the American Red Cross does? Are you looking to improve your leadership and organizational skills? If you would like to help make a direct difference in the Latino communities near you, please consider applying.

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2teymuTDpXVd3NCVGN6TmRadkE/view?usp=sharing

    Interested Juniors and Seniors should send an email to Alma Blancarte at alma.blancarte@redcross.org with an introduction to themselves, and resume. 

  • Amgen Scholars Biotechnology research summer program, Apply by Mon. 2/1

    Harvard University is one of ten U.S. institutions that again will be offering a ten-week Amgen Scholars Program in the summer of 2016.  The Harvard-Amgen program, with an emphasis on biotechnology research, affords a diverse cohort of rising undergraduate juniors and seniors the opportunity to work in laboratories of faculty across the Harvard universe, including the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering, the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, and the Division of Medical Sciences at Harvard Medical School. In addition to an engaging, formative research experience, Harvard-Amgen Scholars will live among the 400 undergraduates residents of the Harvard Summer Undergraduate Research Village community in one of the historic Houses along the Charles River. 

    The deadline to submit complete applications is Monday, February 1, 2016.  More information about the Harvard-Amgen Scholars Program, including profiles of last year’s cohort, along with eligibility criteria and instructions to apply may be found here:  http://uraf.harvard.edu/amgen-scholars.  The Amgen Scholars Program website, which includes information about all of the U.S. and international programs available this coming summer may be found here: www.amgenscholars.com.  

    If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me directly at gllacer@fas.harvard.edu

    Gregory A. Llacer
    Director, Harvard College Office of Undergraduate Research and Fellowships (URAF)
    Director, Harvard College Program for Research in Science and Engineering (PRISE)
    Harvard University  |  77 Dunster Street  |  Cambridge, MA  02138  |  617.384-7995
    http://uraf.harvard.edu  

  • Amgen Scholars Program at Harvard University, Apply by Wed. Feb. 1

    Harvard University is one of ten U.S. institutions that again will be offering a ten-week Amgen Scholars Program in the summer of 2017.  The Harvard-Amgen program, with an emphasis on biotechnology research, affords a diverse cohort of rising undergraduate juniors and seniors the opportunity to work in the laboratories of faculty across the Harvard universe, including the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering, the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, and the Division of Medical Sciences at Harvard Medical School. In addition to an engaging, formative research experience, Harvard-Amgen Scholars will live among the 400 undergraduates residents of the Harvard Summer Undergraduate Research Village community in one of the historic Houses along the Charles River. 

    The deadline to submit complete applications is Monday, February 1, 2017.  More information about the Harvard-Amgen Scholars Program, including profiles of last years cohort, along with eligibility criteria and instructions to apply may be found here:  http://uraf.harvard.edu/amgen-scholars .  The Amgen Scholars Program website, which includes information about all of the U.S. and international programs available this coming summer may be found here:  www.amgenscholars.com .  Of course, if you have any questions, please feel free to contact me (Greg Llacer) directly at gllacer@fas.harvard.edu .  

    Information on other Amgen Scholars programs: http://www.amgenscholars.com/

  • Apply for 2018 Beckman Scholars Program, Letter of Intent due 3/1

  • Apply to be a Summer Orientation Leader by Wed. 1/28

    Did you miss the first application deadline? No worries!

    Student Orientation Leader Applications Now Available - Deadline 1/28/2015 at 5:00 pm

    Interested in developing valuable leadership experiences, gaining network opportunities, and welcoming new UIC students and families? If so, apply to become a Student Orientation Leader today!

    Applications are available online via orientation.uic.edu. Deadline to apply is Wednesday, January 28th at 5:00 pm

    If you have any questions regarding the application process, email Jodi Stelley at jstelley@uic.edu or (312) 996-0228.

  • Art Institute of Chicago: Summer Academy and Curatorial Fellowship, Apply by 4/7

    The Art Institute of Chicago has just launched a new student opportunity, the Andrew W. Mellon Summer Academy and Undergraduate Curatorial Fellowship. This program is funded by the Mellon foundation and seeks to begin to diversify the pipeline in the arts by focusing on the curatorial profession in US museums. Similar programs will take place at five partner museums across the country. This is an exceptional opportunity for motivated undergraduates who have an interest in curatorial work or in finding out more about professions in art museums.
     
    The ideal student applicant will be a rising sophomore or junior at the end of this school year, although we also encourage applications from non-traditional students who may be in school for more than 4 years.
     
    You can read more about the program and eligibility requirements on the AIC website: http://www.artic.edu/mellon 
    You can also download the flyer after you click on this post.  
     
    Deadline: April 7
     
    Questions?  Contact Felicia Mings, Coordinator, Andrew W. Mellon Undergraduate Curatorial Fellowship, fmings@artic.edu.
  • Be a Summer Campaign Coach for Chicago Freedom School, Apply by Tues. 4/17

    Do you have experience creating meaningful partnerships with youth of color ages 14-15?
    Do you have a passion for social justice and skills in community organizing to share with young people?
    Do you see youth as a source of knowledge, experience, solutions and change agents?

    If you said YES! YES! and YES! then we want you to apply to be a Campaign Coach during the 2015 Summer Leadership Institute with the Chicago Freedom School.

    For over 8 years, CFS's Freedom Fellowship has been supporting youth in further developing their leadership and activism/organizing skills.  The Chicago Freedom School is seeking Campaign Coaches who will design and facilitate four 6-hour courses (24-hours total) for youth ages 14 - 17 enrolled in the 2015 Freedom Fellowship Summer Leadership Institute. Coaches will be comprised of people who are activists, organizers, educators and/or professionals interested in working with young people. Coaches will design creative and engaging courses that emphasize the real life experience of young people as well as prepare them to pursue social justice issues. Courses must speak to one of three issue areas: Environmental Justice, Fair and Just Schools or Healthy Communities. The application deadline is April 17, 2015.

    Learn more and apply at https://www.evernote.com/shard/s398/sh/17d9de17-4a1a-4b73-9e16-cd3d021a6ec9/580b424e43da3e85329819741a6666bf

  • Bitch Media Fellowships for Writers, Deadline 11/1/15

    Bitch Media, for almost 20 years an independent, nonprofit feminist media organization, is pleased to announce the Bitch Media Fellowships for Writers, a series of three-month intensive writing fellowships whose goal is to develop, support, and amplify emerging, diverse voices in feminist, activist, and pop-culture media. The program will be directed by Bitch cofounder Andi Zeisler. 

    Bitch Media’s mission is to provide and encourage an engaged, thoughtful response to mainstream media and pop culture. We strive to be a fresh, revitalizing voice in contemporary feminism, one that welcomes complex arguments and refuses to ignore the contradictory and often uncomfortable realities of life in an unequivocally gendered world. We publish the award-winning magazine Bitch: Feminist Response to Pop Culture, daily online articles and opinions, weekly podcasts, and offer lectures and workshops around the world through Bitch on Campus.

    Today, we are pleased to add four three-month fellowships to our offerings, each of which pay a stipend of $1,500 for the three-month period. We seek fellows who are passionate, engaged, and interested in developing their unique voices. 

    See link for more information on how to apply. https://bitchmedia.org/article/announcing-bitch-media-fellowships-writers

  • Cancer Research Program at St. Jude Children's Hospital for Summer 2015, Rolling Applications until Feb. 1

    The program offers a unique opportunity for students preparing for careers in the biomedical sciences, medicine, and pharmacy to gain biomedical and oncology research experience. Students participate in basic or clinical oncology research, research and clinical conferences, and a core lecture series designed specifically for them. All participants make a PowerPoint presentation on their research project and submit a report on their research project written in the style of a journal in which their faculty mentor publishes.  

    A primary goal of the POE program is to encourage students to pursue a career in cancer research. Thus, we are particularly interested in highly qualified students with a serious career interest in cancer research, either as a clinical scientist or laboratory-based research scientist.

     

    Prior research experience is required for all applicants.
     The POE 2014 class average undergraduate GPA was 3.80. In 2014, 51 students from 39 schools in 20 states and the District of Columbia were selected from 500 applicants. POEs must be United States citizens, non-citizen nationals, or possess a visa permitting permanent residence in the United States (required by the funding agency). All must have completed at least their college sophomore year by the time they participate. The minimum  requirement is 11 weeks during Summer 2015.  All POE applicants must have an undergraduate GPA of at least 3.40 (on a 4.0 scale) in math and science (biology,  chemistry, and physics) and at least a 3.40 overall. The remuneration is $4,000. Fully furnished group housing adjacent to our campus is provided at no cost for non- local participants.
     
    The POE home page <http://www.stjude.org/poe> contains links to the program application. The deadline for receipt of all 2015 application materials is February 1, 2015. Early application is highly recommended, since we make some early placements.  Letters of recommendation sent as PDF attachments to email are requested. Members of under-represented ethnic minority groups and women are particularly encouraged to apply, since one of our major long-term program goals is to increase the diversity of persons engaged in oncology research and practice. Our NIH/NCI-funded (2 P30CA021765-34S1) Continuing Umbrella of Research Experiences (CURE) grant provides remuneration for additional undergraduate under-represented minority POE Program participants.
     
    Contact Dr. Suzanne Gronemeyer at suzanne.gronemeyer@stjude.org with questions.
  • Capital Semester Fall 2014 Internships, Deadline June 1

    The Fund for American Studies offers academic internships in Washington, D.C. through the Capital Semester program.   The comprehensive package includes a guaranteed internship placement, courses for credit, furnished housing, a variety of guest lectures and briefings, as well as opportunities for professional development and networking.

    Two different program tracks are available: Public Policy and Political Journalism

    Final Application Deadline: June 1, 2014

    Learn more about the program, tuition costs, internships, and living arrangements at www.dcinternships.org 

  • CareerNow! New Initiative by the Native American Support Program (NASP)

  • Career Services Events to Prep for Recent Grad/Alumni Fair and Summer Walk-in Advising Hours!

  • Career Services Workshops

  • Carnegie Endowment for International Peace offers a new paid internship program in International Affairs (Deadline August 19th) Apply now!

  • Carnegie Endowment Junior Fellows Program – research in international affairs, Apply by 12/4

    UIC Campus Deadline for Carnegie Endowment Junior Fellows Program - *UIC STUDENTS APPLY THROUGH OSSP ONLY* international affairs, one year research fellowship in Washington, DC at the Carnegie Endowment - Deadline: December 4 - website: http://www.uic.edu/depts/oaa/ssp/carnegie.htm  

    Are you interested in foreign affairs? International relations? Contact OSSP.

  • Center for Healthcare Innovation Spring and Summer Internship

    The Chicago-based Center for Healthcare Innovation (CHI) is seeking UIC Honors College students for internships this spring and summer.  There are several projects available, which students and CHI supervisors will select together based on student interest and background as determined in interviews.  A listing of current project topics is available here: https://blogs.illinois.edu/files/1516/109891/3849.docx.  Through each project, Honors College interns will:

    • Network and interact with the world’s leading life science and healthcare executives, entrepreneurs, policy makers, and service professionals
    • Gain exposure to top healthcare, life sciences, and private equity organizations from around the world
    • Acquire real-world, pragmatic business experience to augment and reinforce concepts learned in the classroom
    • Participate in professional development seminars designed specifically for interns
    • Be assigned a high-level (Ph.D., M.D., J.D., or M.B.A .) industry leader as a personal mentor
    • Receive post-internship career placement and résumé assistance

    Click on the post to learn more.

  • Changing Children’s World Foundation Education and Social Media Internships, Apply by 12/29

    Attached are two internships for the Changing Children's Worlds Foundation <http://www.changingchildrensworlds.org/> for the Spring 2015 semester.

        - Education/ICDP Internship

        - Social Media and Tech Support Internship

    Deadline to apply is December 29th.

    Background:

    "Since its inception in 2012, Changing Children's Worlds Foundation has hosted numerous interns at the undergraduate and graduate level. These students invest their time and talent into CCWF research, programs, projects, communications, fundraising, and social media. Various backgrounds include law, social work, psychology, communications, and business among other professional discplines. These vibrant students significantly contribute to the cause of child rights protection while learning about the international field at both the global and domestic levels based on the Convention on the Rights of the Child.

    As the internship progresses and interns engage with CCWF internship projects, social media, and reading, they become familiar with the academic and practical pursuits of international child rights protection including the economic, political, cultural and societal contexts in which CCWF and all child rights organizations operate. Interns also play a significant role in increasing social awareness of child rights issues through the social media avenues of Facebook and the CCWF website, where they actively discuss current global and domestic child rights' issues, and share activity and learning."

  • CHCI's Fall 2019 Congressional Internship Program – Application Deadline: Feb 15

  • Chicago Academic Medicine Summer Program II, Apply by 2/24

    CAMP II is an eight-week commuter program where students learn to conduct primary research in a laboratory with a University of Chicago faculty mentor. Participants will be selected either following successful completion of CAMP I or through previous participation in a similar summer pre-medical training program. Students will gain a fundamental understanding of the ethics of research, the basics of biostatistics, and the conduct of biomedical research.CAMP II also provides an enhanced focus on medical school application processes to support future success. Participants will engage in MCAT preparation coursework and re-visit the elements of personal statement writing and interviewing skills. This experience is available to a cohort of participants who are underrepresented in the medical education community, and is intended for freshmen or sophomores. 

    Learn more at http://pritzker.uchicago.edu/about/diversity/pipeline/camp.shtml. Applications are due Monday 2/24.  Contact Nikki Oliver at 773-702-8946 or noliver2@bsd.uchicago.edu with questions.

  • Chicago Aldermanic Internship with Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa

    CHICAGO ALDERMANIC INTERNSHIP

    Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa, Thirty-Fifth Ward, City of Chicago

    Alderman Carlos Ramirez-Rosa seeks a paid intern for a five to six month assignment working and learning in the 35th Ward Office, ending in April or May 2017. The ideal intern should be motivated with a strong interest in municipal governance, great attention to detail, and strong interpersonal communication skills. Interns will learn about the duties and operational needs of a City of Chicago Aldermanic office, including the delivery of constituent services, casework, public policy, and the municipal legislative process.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  

    Must be a current college level sophomore, junior, senior or graduate school student in good academic standing, enrolled in an accredited college or university offering a baccalaureate or graduate degree program or an accredited law school  

    Must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.2 on a 4.0 grading scale

    RESPONSIBILITIES:  

    Assist with the delivery of constituent services 

    Research and analyze proposed city ordinances

    Maintain constituent records and prepare reports 

    Draft informational materials and correspondence in response to inquiries; distribute informational materials  

    Participate in the setup and operation of special events and program activities; and perform related duties, as assigned

    REQUIREMENTS:  

    Must provide a current college transcript

    Resume and current letter of enrollment verification from the school's registrar/dean confirming enrollment (or National Student Clearinghouse Proof of Enrollment Certificate)  

    Grade level in order to be considered for the internship

    Bilingual English-Spanish speaker

    City of Chicago resident

    Available to work a minimum of 10-15 hours per week

    WORKING CONDITIONS & COMPENSATION: 

    The internship will be structured around your class schedule and will begin in November or December 2016 and end in April or May 2017 (before spring semester final exams)

    You are expected to work 10-15 hours a week in the 35th Ward Office, 2708 N. Sawyer, and will be paid $11/hour

    TO APPLY: 

    Submit resume, cover letter, enrollment verification, and current transcripts to Irene Romulo, irene@aldermancarlosrosa.org, by November 11, 2016.

    *Equal opportunity employer*

  • Chicago Artists Resource – Multiple Internships

    Looking for jobs or internships in the creative professions?  Search for a variety of opportunities at the Chicago Artist's Resource website:

    http://www.chicagoartistsresource.org/jobs?keys=&field_employment_type_value=All&field_job_types_value=All&field_car_location_value=All&field_job_category_value=All&discipline=Theater&page=1 

  • Chicago Cancer Health Equity Collaborative Research Fellows Program, Deadline 2/29

    The ChicagoCHEC (Cancer Health Equity Collaborative) Research Fellows Program seeks undergraduate and post-baccalaureate students with an interest in health and health care to participate in a paid full-time summer research and enrichment experience in Chicago. 

    About the Research Fellows Program

    The ChicagoCHEC Research Fellows Program is a comprehensive learning experience for students who are planning to apply to graduate or medical school. This program is focused on the development of academic, technical, and professional skills in preparation for careers in social, behavioral, and biomedical research and in healthcare. ChicagoCHEC Research Fellows will spend the summer in seminars and research rotations learning from leading scientists. 

    Application Deadline

    February 29, 2016 at 11:59 PM CST

    Program Dates:

    June 20, 2016 - August 12, 2016 (8 Weeks) 

    More Information/ How to Apply

    Please visit the ChicagoCHEC website for eligibility and application instructions: (http://chicagochec.org/opportunities/education-training-programs/research-fellows/)

  • Chicago Community Trust Marketing and Communications Intern

    The following is a great internship opportunity, especially for humanities or communications students: 

    Job Purpose:  

    Service is the heart of the Trust. The Trust believes that each employee represents the Trust’s commitment to service and plays an essential role to deliver on our mission to lead and inspire philanthropic efforts that measurably improve the quality of life and prosperity in our region. 

    This position will report to the Director of Marketing & Communications and be an integral part of the Marketing & Communications team. The Intern will be responsible for assisting the organization in the development and implementation of a targeted marketing plan.  This individual will also work on social media to build awareness and engagement with the Trust.

    Job Duties: 

    Work directly with the Director of Marketing & Communications to develop marketing plan to reach professional advisorsWork closely with the Content Director to create content for the website and other marketing vehiclesAssist in coordinating social media and other e-marketing toolsSupport the creation and distribution of web-based, digital, audio and video content for various campaigns Assist with organizing and managing the photo archive system, including the download, edit, caption and keyword of current photos; as well as help coordinate the capture, editing and organization of partner photographsServe on various internal and interdepartmental committees and projects as assignedPerforms other duties as assigned

     

    To apply and find more information, use the following link: http://cct.atsondemand.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=512298.viewjobdetail&CID=512298&JID=533793

  • Chicago Council on Global Affairs internship Information - Including Deadlines

    The Chicago Council on Global Affairs offers undergraduate juniors and seniors, and graduate students the opportunity to learn about our organization and participate in a variety of duties associated with ongoing projects through its internship program. While internship responsibilities vary by team, tasks may include researching, assisting at Council events, writing communications and assisting in the development of promotional materials, audience and outreach development, and administrative duties. Please note that all interns will provide some program support during their internship; with over 150 programs each year, this will add to the internship experience.

    Deadline to apply for their Winter/Spring term will be October 31st.

     

  • Chicago Council on Global Affairs Internship Program, Apply by October

    The Chicago Council on Global Affairs offers undergraduate juniors and seniors, and graduate students the opportunity to learn about our organization and participate in a variety of duties associated with ongoing projects through its internship program. While internship responsibilities vary by department, tasks may include researching, assisting at Council events, writing communications and assisting in the development of promotional materials, audience and outreach development, and administrative duties. Please note that all interns will provide some program support during their internship; with over 150 programs each year, this will add to the internship experience.

     

    Internship opportunities are available in the following areas:

    Programs

    Studies (Global Agriculture and Food, Immigration, Public Opinion, Middle East and Iran)

    Major Gifts/Fundraising

    Corporate Relations

    Communications

    Graphic Design

    External Relations

     

    The Chicago Council offers three internship terms:

    Term: Fall

    Start Date: September

    End Date: December

    Dates Accepting Applications: May 1- June 30

     

    Term: Winter/Spring

    Start Date: January

    End Date: May

    Dates Accepting Applications: September 1- October 31

     

    Term: Summer

    Start Date: June

    End Date: August

    Dates Accepting Applications: Feburary 1- March 15

    To qualify, students must have an academic major or personal interest in international affairs, possess excellent research, writing, and verbal communications skills, be detail-oriented with strong organizational abilities, and possess working knowledge of Microsoft Office. Interns are asked to commit to a minimum of 15 hours per week. While internships are unpaid, the Council does offer limited local public travel reimbursement to and from the office. Interns also receive a complimentary, one-year membership with The Chicago Council.

     

    To apply, please email a cover letter (specifying areas of interest, dates and hours of availability), résumé, and a two-page writing sample (e.g. paper and/or excerpt from school relevant to Council) as Word documents to hr@thechicagocouncil.org.  

    About Us

    The Chicago Council on Global Affairs, founded in 1922, is an independent, non-partisan organization committed to educating the public—and influencing the public discourse—on global issues of the day. The Council provides a forum in Chicago for world leaders, policymakers, and other experts to speak to its members and the public on these issues. Long known for its public opinion surveys  of American views on foreign policy, The Chicago Council also brings together stakeholders to examine issues and offer policy insight into areas such as global agriculture, the global economy, global energy, global cities, global security, and global immigration. Learn more at thechicagocouncil.org and follow @ChicagoCouncil for updates.          

  • Chicago Humanities Festival (CHF) Recruiting Fall Interns

    For cultural explorers, Chicago Humanities Festival (CHF) creates rich connections and celebrates the social life of ideas by curating live events that enable audiences to see the world differently.

    Currently CHF is recruiting fall interns for the Marketing, Development, Programing, Production and Web/Multi-Media departments. Attached is the internship application form and description internships available this fall session.    

    Interns are a vital component of the staff, CHF offers several project-based internships during three internship sessions (summer/fall/spring). The internship program requires a commitment of 14-21 hours a week for 3 to 9 months (a 9 month internship is preferred, but a minimum commitment of 3 months is required). The fall internship starts September 2016 through late August 2016.  If accommodations for variations on those dates are needed, they can happily be made. 

     

  • Chicago Humanities Festival Fall/Spring Internships

    The Chicago Humanities Festival has internship opportunities available; CHF offers several project-based internships during three internship sessions (summer/fall/spring). They are currently recruiting for their fall/spring internship session, this internship program will require a commitment of 14-21 hours a week for 3 to 9 months (a 9 month internship is preferred, but a minimum commitment of 4 months is required), starting in September 2015. They are more than happy to accommodate variations on those dates if needed. At the bottom of the page are the internship application form and descriptions for the internships available this fall.

    If you have any questions about the internship program or the Chicago Humanities Festival, contact Saloni Dar at saloni@chicagohumanities.org. 

  • Chicago Humanities Festival Internship for 2014-15 academic year, Due Aug. 15

    The Chicago Humanities Festival (CHF) welcomes students and recent graduates to gain professional experience in a nonprofit cultural institution. CHF believes in challenging interns with relevant, interesting projects and making them full members of the Festival team. Interns leave CHF with a practical appreciation for the demands and rewards of nonprofit work.

    Internships Projects:

    • WEB CONTENT/MULTIMEDIA
    • MARKETING/PR
    • DEVELOPMENT
    • PROGRAM
    • PRODUCTION

    Internship Term Application Deadline
    Fall & Spring (September 2014 through May 2015): August 15, 2014
    Fall (September through November 2014): August 15, 2014
    Spring (January through May 2015): November 30, 2014

    Click on the post to learn more.

  • Chicago Humanities Festival Internships for Spring 2016

    Chicago Humanities Festival is recruiting interns for the Program and Development departments (winter/spring internship session).   Interns are a vital component of our staff, we offer several project-based internships during three internship sessions (summer/fall/spring).

    This internship program will require a commitment of 14-21 hours a week for 3 to 9 months (a 9 month internship is preferred, but a minimum commitment of 4 months is required), starting in late January 2016 or early February 2016.  We are more than happy to accommodate variations on those dates if your students have different requirements.

    Attached are the internship application form and description for the Program and Development internships available this winter/spring session.  The deadline has been extended to January 11, 2016.

    Questions? Visit become_a_chfintern.org.  Contact Saloni Dar at 312-661-1019 or saloni@chicagohumanities.org.

     

  • Chicago Humanities Festival Summer Internship Opportunities, Apply by 4/30

    Chicago Humanities Festival is recruiting summer interns for the Marketing, Development, Programing, Production and Web/Multi-Media departments.   

    Interns are a vital component of our staff, we offer several project-based internships during three internship sessions (summer/fall/spring). The internship program requires a commitment of 14-21 hours a week for 3 to 9 months (a 9 month internship is preferred, but a minimum commitment of 3 months is required). The summer internship starts early June 2016 through late August 2016.  We are more than happy to accommodate variations on those dates if your students have different requirements.  Attached is the internship application form and description of internships available this summer session.  Applications are due April 30.

    Also attached is some information for students who would like to volunteer for our first ever Spring Festival, Style. April 28 – May1, 2016. Feel free to contact me with any questions you have about our internship or volunteer programs.

     

    Saloni Dar

    Associate Director, Administration & Operations

     

    Chicago Humanities Festival

    500 N. Dearborn St.

    Ste. 825

    Chicago, IL 60610

    (312) 661-1019

    www.chicagohumanities.org