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Public History Intern

The Pulmonary Hypertension Association (PHA) is a fast-growing association of patients, family members and medical professionals impacted by this often misdiagnosed and difficult illness. PHA is committed to maintaining the organizations volunteer spirit and to building opportunities for those affected by pulmonary hypertension to be involved in solutions to the challenges the illness creates.

PHA’s Public History internship offers students with a strong interest in liberal arts and humanities the opportunity to creatively explore the evolution of a non-profit organization. PHA began as a gathering of four patients around a kitchen table in Florida, and within 18 years has grown to an association of over 40,000 members and allies while staying true to its grassroots principles. This internship will be instrumental in crafting enduring materials that effectively portray PHA’s unique history to members of the PH community and colleagues within the non-profit field.

Interns will:

• review archived materials – publications and organizational documents – to determine defining moments throughout PHA’s history
• view and analyze existing footage from interviews with leaders in the PH community
• prepare for and conduct supplemental interviews with community members – PHA Board members, medical leaders, staff members, and beneficiaries of PHA programs and services
• create a system for cataloging information
• lay the groundwork for creation of an oral history DVD; work with PHA’s President to craft the script and themes addressed through this material
• assist in bringing PHA’s existing written history through the present day
• receive a small stipend and free parking
• work 25-40 hours/week (schedule is flexible)

You will be treated as a respected team member. Our office is a friendly and welcoming environment. If you would like to design a project that helps you meet your educational goals, we will work with you to achieve this.

Patient & Volunteer Outreach Intern

The Pulmonary Hypertension Association (PHA) is a fast-growing association of patients, family members and medical professionals impacted by this often misdiagnosed and difficult illness. PHA is committed to maintaining the organizations volunteer spirit and to building opportunities for those affected by pulmonary hypertension to be involved in solutions to the challenges the illness creates.

The Patient & Volunteer Outreach internship offers students an opportunity to work with volunteers across the country who are involved in patient-led support groups. Interns will work with the Volunteer Services Director in providing support and materials to Support Group Leaders and volunteers in the PH community. Such critical support will enable us to continue to provide vital services to the pulmonary hypertension community and promote awareness of an under-diagnosed illness.

Interns will:
• work with the Volunteer Services Director in developing a national grassroots outreach campaign to engage, educate and involve new members of the organization
• assist in developing leadership training programs and resources for patients interested in becoming involved in the PH Community through volunteering and support groups
• strengthen the organization’s patient network through communication and relationship building with the 180 Support Group Leaders
• work with staff members across departments to incorporate advocacy, medical and education into support group, volunteer and membership activities
• gain valuable experience in the field of non-profit/grassroots outreach, membership and network building
• receive a small stipend and free parking
• work 25-40 hours/week (schedule is flexible)

Benefits of the internship and training opportunities for interns include:
• learning outreach skills for national and local grassroots campaigns
• gaining experience in program creation, development and management
• acquiring leadership training skills by working directly with local patient leaders and empowering them with tools to make a bigger impact in their community

You will be treated as a respected team member. Our office is a friendly and welcoming environment. If you would like to design a project that helps you meet your educational goals, we will work with you to achieve this.

Website Fellow

Bread for the World, Inc. a collective Christian voice urging our nation’s decision makers to end hunger at home and abroad, is seeking an individual who is creative, highly motivated, and committed to strengthening Bread for the World’s Web presence. The fellow will be primarily responsible for the daily maintenance of the Bread for the World/Bread for the World Institute Web Site, especially its functionality, content, design, and style. Will work with the Online Communications Manager to ensure that www.bread.org’s content is current and accurate.

Career Specialist

One Life at a Time is seeking Career Specialist interns for our Rockland office. We are looking for committed people who can provide our clients with the necessary tools and education to find meaningful employment. Hours are flexible and may be mutually agreed upon by One Life at a Time and intern. With proper documentation the internship can be for credit, but is not necessary. A stipend will also be paid.

Regional Director

A world leader in Food and Facilities Services is looking for a Regional Director (Moscow Region):

Responsibilities:
-Control of client service and regional developement
-Budget planning
-Benchmarking and control over financial results of accountable sectors activity
-Trainings for developement team
-Reports to the Operations Director

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