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Summer Internship in Habitat Management

Paid Part-Time Summer Internship in Habitat Management Riverbend Environmental Education Center is accepting applications for 2018 Summer Habitat Interns to assist with the stewardship of our 30 acre nature preserve. Four positions will be available so interns can expect to work in a team. The Habitat Interns, under the supervision of the Habitat Management Coordinator, will help maintain our trails, gardens, ponds, and meadow areas, and assist with our ongoing woodland restoration project. Tasks will include caring for varied native habitats, tending trees, weeding, mulching, pond maintenance, trail maintenance, stocking our woodpile, and the identification, mapping and removal of invasive species. This is a hands-on internship with most of the time spent outside in nature. Interns will spend one morning a week helping to run a Teen Volunteer Program and one afternoon assisting with camp activities to give a well-rounded Riverbend experience. In addition they may help with preparation for special events and general maintenance. Management tasks will include working with individual volunteers, and helping to mentor and manage the Teen Summer Volunteer Program. Successful applicants can expect to gain practical habitat management experience, as well as volunteer management skills and insight into the running of an environmental non-profit. The Habitat Interns will work approximately 10 weeks for 12/hours week, and will receive a stipend of $7.50/hour. Work weeks are flexible to accommodate family vacation plans but the interns must be available for 10 weeks of work between mid-May and mid-August. Three mornings per week are strongly preferred. Specific days of the week will be determined by the Intern and the Habitat Management Coordinator and in coordination with other interns, but must include Wednesday, which is when we offer the Teen Volunteer Program and the opportunity to help with camp. College credit can be arranged by the intern and his/her college, if desired. Requirements: Riverbend is located in the western suburbs of Philadelphia. We are not accessible by public transportation, so interns would need access to a car. Interested students should contact Lorna Atkinson, Habitat Management Coordinator at latkinson@riverbendeec.org or 610-527-5234 x110 for an application. Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.

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Theatre Internships

Orlando Repertory Theatre, a professional theatre for young audiences and families, is seeking production interns for the 2018-2019 season! Internships are available in Costuming, Scenic, Lighting, Props, and Stage Management. The Orlando REP staff strives to create a comfortable atmosphere for growing and learning while you hone your professional skills and build your portfolio under our wing. Interns at Orlando Repertory Theatre not only get a one-of-a-kind experience from a professional staff; they also have unique access to industry professionals from Disney, Universal, and other leading organizations through networking and career counseling workshops. Interns also benefit from complimentary tickets to Orlando REP productions during their stay. Housing is not provided. Internship Descriptions: Costuming Internship The Costuming Internship is a construction-based and project-oriented experience that is essential to anyone building his or her portfolio or gaining real-world experience in a costume shop. Interns work side-by-side with the Costume Shop staff and Show Designers to construct each production. They are involved in all parts of the build process from deciphering designer"s renderings to building, pulling, and altering garments. Applicants should have basic sewing skills and the ability to read and follow a pattern. Advanced sewing skills, such as pattern drafting and draping are a plus but are not required. This internship is based on a 40 hour work week and the intern receives a weekly stipend of $165 to assist with living expenses. Internship dates are August 2018 through August 2019. Scenic Internship The Scenic Internship provides a professional experience working in a theatrical scene shop. Each intern has the opportunity to experience and learn industry trades in the shop ranging from the more common woodworking techniques to more complicated metalworking and welding practices. Working closely with the Scene Shop staff, interns also gain other experience throughout the build process including loading-in, striking scenery, and basic rigging techniques. Applicants should have experience in theatrical carpentry, reading technical drawings, and should be comfortable working with power tools. This internship is based on a 40 hour work week and the intern receives a weekly stipend of $165 to assist with living expenses. Internship dates are June 2018 through May 2019. Lighting Internship The Lighting Internship provides practical application to anyone building his or her professional resume. While working side-by-side with the Lighting Department staff, interns gain hands-on experience in all aspects of theatrical lighting from hanging, circuiting, and focus calls to special effects, production paperwork, and equipment maintenance. Interns even have the opportunity to join the electrics run crew for certain productions, and may work closely with sound, projections, and production intercom. Applicants should have a basic knowledge of theatrical lighting and electrics, be comfortable with heights, and capable of lighting up to 50 pounds. This internship is based on a 40 hour work week and the intern receives a weekly stipend of $165 to assist with living expenses. Internship dates are June 2018 through May 2019. Props Internship The Props Internship is a project-oriented experience essential to anyone building his or her portfolio or seeking professional experience. From paper crafts to foam sculpting, and woodworking to upholstery, interns work side-by-side with Orlando REP"s Props Master to procure, build, finish, and maintain props and set dressing for each production. Applicants should have basic knowledge of carpentry, sewing, and painting, as well as a valid drivers license, and comfortable working with power tools. This internship is based on a 40 hour work week and the intern receives a weekly stipend of $165 to assist with living expenses. Internship dates are June 2018 through May 2019. Stage Management Internship The Stage Management Internship provides a professional experience essential to anyone building his or her portfolio. Working side-by-side with Orlando REP"s resident Stage Manager, you will become an integral part in supporting the production process as the Assistant Stage Manager. You will have the unique opportunity to work with Orlando REP"s award winning Youth Academy on the largest production of the year over the summer, as well as working on up to 4 different productions as part of our professional season. From production meetings to rehearsals, and from generating paperwork to managing actors and technicians, you will gain experience in all aspects of stage management. Applicants should have previous stage management experience from an academic environment and be comfortable working with children. This internship is based on a 40 hour work week and the intern receives a weekly stipend of $165 to assist with living expenses. Internship dates are August 2018 through August 2019.

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Tech Intern

We are looking for someone who knows about modern technology. Our goal is to market our nonprofit component to the public informing them of a program that turns renters into homeowners.

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Updated Spring 2018 Research Assistant Internship

The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars is looking for qualified students (advanced undergraduate or graduate) interested in being part-time research assistant interns in the Spring 2018 semester. An intern typically works 12-15 hours a week per scholar. (The number of hours can be adjusted accordingly to fulfill academic requirements). The priority deadline to apply is January 28, 2018. *We will start matching scholars and interns, but will still accept intern applications after this date.* Internship positions are open until filled so applying early is strongly encouraged. Lawrence (Larry) K. Altman, Medical Writer and ‘The Doctors World" Columnist, New York Times. ?Reporting on the Health of Presidents and other Political Leaders.? Akira Kurosaki, Associate Professor of International Relations, Fukushima University, Japan. ?The Politics of Nuclear Energy and Non-Proliferation in Japan-U.S. Relations in the 1950s and 1960s: A Case Study of Bilateral Nuclear Cooperation and its Impact on Nuclear Proliferation.? Eries Mentzer, Colonel United States Air Force. Working on a research project about evolving talent management practices for todays all-volunteer military force. (Col. Mentzer"s research will make direct policy changes on the Air Force"s recruitment, training, and retention strategies). Kevin Middlebrook, Professor of Latin American Politics, Institute of the Americas, University College London. ?The International Defense of Labor Rights: The North American Agreement on Labor Cooperation in Comparative Perspective.? (Spanish) Neeti Nair, Associate Professor of History, University of Virginia. ?Blasphemy: A South Asian History.? (Bengali or Urdu) Alexander Thurston, Assistant Professor of Teaching, African Studies Program, Georgetown University. ?Jihadism in Northwest Africa: Doctrines, Debates, and Politics.? (French or Arabic) Irene Wu, Senior Analyst, Federal Communications Commission. ?Measuring Soft Power.? (A student with a Computer Science background would be ideal).

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Seattle Rep Professional Arts Training Program

For more than 20 years, Seattle Repertory Theatre"s Professional Arts Training Program (PATP) has helped young professionals break into the world of not-for-profit arts. PATP Interns and Apprentices are immersed in the not-for-profit theatre world at Seattle Rep. They take on departmental responsibilities, contribute ideas, participate in seminars and staff meetings, and complete challenging projects. The combination of rigorous immersion with supported learning makes the PATP an ideal program for young adults making the transition from school to the professional theatre community. Season-long INTERNSHIPS in: Paint, Props, Casting/Directing, Literary Management, Education, and Lighting. These internships are volunteer positions with a $200 weekly reimbursement for expenses and offer interns valuable, hands-on experience in their field. Interns will also participate in seminars led by industry professionals, which offer an overview of how artists and departments collaborate at the regional theatre level. We are also excited to announce our new APPRENTICESHIP opportunities for Stage managers! Beginning this year, two emerging Stage Management Apprentices will be immersed in the experience of being on a regional theatre production team, receiving minimum wage ($15/hour) during their time with us, as well as participating in educational seminars and building a community with the full PATP cohort.

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