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Campus Representative

Do you have a strong Greek network, self-motivated drive, and an eye for style? Become the face of The Social Life on your campus! The Campus Rep Program is TSLs most prestigious, and highest-paying student program. The Campus Rep is responsible for growing the TSL brand via word-of-mouth, social media marketing, public relations, and sales. The ideal Campus Rep is passionate about promoting our premium college lifestyle brand throughout campus. Campus Reps receive fresh new gear, special discounts, and the opportunity to practice real world skills in sales, marketing, and entrepreneurship.

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Marketing /Biz Dev intern

Do you enjoy the idea of healthy living and fitness? Are you a motivated worker who loves the energy of a small business on the brink? PopFit Kids, NYC premiere childrens fitness program, is looking for enthusiastic, reliable, go-get-em types to assist in the growth of one of NYC"s top rated kids programs. This internship would require at least two days a week to consist of ?office? work and supporting ?in the field? activities as needed that may include: special event assistance, class room support or community center/fitness studio activation. Duties and Responsibilities: -marketing and social media support -business development support -Support city wide event program -Assisting with various research projects and inputting data into excel -Administrative assistance as needed *You have the ability to work from home with this position*

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Paid Fall 2017 Financial Management Staff Intern

General Information The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (Center) was established by an Act of Congress in 1968 as the national, living memorial honoring President Woodrow Wilson. The Center provides an essential link between the policy and ideas by promoting initiatives that explore current and emerging challenges confronting the United States and the world. It is a non-partisan/non-advocacy institution supported by both public and private funds. The Center was created by congressional statute and is governed by its own presidentially appointed Board of Trustees. The Center sponsors basic, original scholarship and dialogue through its programs, which cover all regions of the world and several major global issues. The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars" Financial Management Office plans to offer 1 – 3 accounting internships each academic semester. The internship duty station is 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. The Financial Management Office strives to establish and communicate policies and procedures necessary to safeguard and ensure the proper and efficient use of Wilson Centers financial resources; maintain the Centers accounting and financial reporting systems; and ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Eligibility Applicants must be either 1) currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program, 2) a recent graduate (within the last year), or 3) have been accepted to enter an advanced degree program. U.S. citizens, U.S. legal permanent residents, and qualified non-residents with J-1 or F-1 visa work authorization. Application Materials • Cover letter – The cover letter must indicate academic semester for desired internship (i.e. fall, spring, or summer) as well as availability by calendar months, days of week, and preferred hours. • Resume • Unofficial Transcripts Internship Duration and Hours • Intern appointments will be for three to four months. • Interns are expected to work 12 to 24 hours per week and a minimum of 4 consecutive hours per work day. • The work schedule is flexible, but must be approved by the intern"s supervisor. Pay $12.50 – $14.00 per hour Application Due Dates Fall Internship – August 1st Spring Internship – November 15th Summer Internship – April 15th Please know applications will be accepted subsequent to the due dates listed above, but will only be reviewed if internship position is vacant for the applied for academic semester. Where to Submit Application Materials Email Sue.Howard@wilsoncenter.org with subject ?Internship.? The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars is an equal opportunity employer and follow the EOE guidelines for selecting interns. Major Duties • Create and maintain electronic accounting files including verification of sufficient supporting documentation. • Create fillable electronic FMO forms. • Run detail reports for programs and projects throughout the Wilson Center. • Reconcile accounts. • Create new monthly accounting reports using Excel and trial balance data from accounting system. • Support full-time staff in the Financial Management Office performing other related accounting duties as assigned. Fall Semester Interns – Assist with information gathering for external audits. Spring Semester Interns – Assist with processing of IRS information returns for contractors (i.e. IRS forms 1099 and 1042S). Summer Interns – Assist with annual budget process Qualifications Required • Undergraduate junior or senior year students majoring in accounting or graduate student with an undergraduate degree in accounting. • Completion of 24 hours in accounting course work. Knowledge Required Core Competencies: Accounting – Knowledge of accounting principles and practices, tax law and practices, the financial markets, banking and the analysis and reporting of financial data. Attention to Detail-Is thorough when performing work and conscientious about attending to detail. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) – knowledge of accounting practices including but not limited to accrual, depreciation, obligation, restricted and unrestricted revenue, and release of restriction. Oral communication- Expresses information to individuals or groups effectively, taking into account the audience and nature of the information (for example, technical, sensitive, controversial); makes clear and convincing oral presentations; listens to others, attends to nonverbal cues and responds appropriately. Self -Management-sets well-defined and realistic personal goals; displays a high level of initiative, effort and commitment towards completing assignments in a timely manner; demonstrates responsible behavior. Teamwork- Encourages and facilitates cooperation, pride, trust and group identity; fosters commitment and team spirit; and works with others to achieve common goals of an organization. Technology Application- use of computers and proficient skills using Adobe and Microsoft Office software such as Excel and Word. Writing – Recognizes or uses correct English grammar, punctuation and spelling; communicates information in a succinct and organized manner appropriate for intended audiences. Mathematics-Knowledge of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, calculus, statistics, and their applications. Complexity: Nature of Assignment – Work consists of performing specific tasks designed to orient the employee in the practical application of theory and basic principles of accounting, and as required auditing. Work requires actions based on factual differences. Factual differences may involve such matters as the type and kind of information needed on balance sheets, the consistency of various ledgers with original documents, and the portrayal of data in reports. What Needs to be Done – Applies basic theories and principles to carry out well-defined accounting duties and practices. Difficulty and Originality Involved – Must understand and follow the employing organizations established procedures. Scope and Effect Scope of the Work- Work involves performing specific accounting tasks that comprise a complete segment of an assignment or project. Effect of the Work- Work affects the accuracy, completeness, and/or timeliness of the Financial Management Offices products or services. Personal Contacts Personal contacts include staff at all levels of the Financial Management Office and the Wilson Center. Contacts also include outside auditors. Purpose of Contacts To plan, arrange, coordinate, or advise on work efforts and/or arrange for interviews and meetings to obtain information; and, as required, to obtain data to verity questionable items. Though differences of opinion may exist, the persons contacted are usually working toward a common goal and generally are cooperative. Physical Demands The work is principally sedentary. Work may also require walking and standing in conjunction with travel to and attendance at meetings and .conferences away from the work site. No special physical effort or ability is required to do the work.

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Intern (part-time, paid)

We"re looking for an intern to help out in all aspects of the business. Working closely with our founder and CEO, you"ll learn what it"s like to build and run a startup disrupting an industry and have the opportunity to contribute to our growth. Responsibilities: Answer phones and interact with customers Respond to customer email inquiries and requests Manage relationship and communication with customer leading up to and during delivery and pickup Help with customer deliveries and pickups when needed Maintain customer spreadsheet and data Be point of contact for our customers, ensuring they"re happy with our service Help with social media marketing effort Occasional writing projects, e.g., blog posts Carrying out research projects, e.g., market research Other tasks and projects as assigned by CEO Payments will be at weekly intervals. Although this internship will start out as part-time (approximately 20 hours per week), for the right person this position could turn into a full-time and/or entry-level role with the company.

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paid hospitality internship in 5*hotels in China

SII offers paid internship positions in top international hotels in china. Our headquarters is in Chengdu the capital of Sichuan province. Its a lively and rapid developing city,with some of the best opportunities for developing business experience and having an amazing time all at once. We match interns with hotels based on the interns interest and career goals, and the match is confirmed only after an online interview between the company and the candidate took place,after which -both sides approve the arrangement. Hospitality internships is our specialty ,we have great contacts with 5 stars international hotel brand sin Chengdu, and we regularly place interns in hotels all over the city as well as other locations in China. All the positions includes accommodations,meals and basic salary that is more then enough to support the intern during his stay here. For more information: www.paidinternshipsinchina.com

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