Category Archives: Psychology Internships

Marketplace Intern (paid; Vienna, VA); Details available through VCU’s RamsRecruiting

You can find out more by logging into your RamsRecruiting account. Use our One-Click Searches for “New Opportunities Posted by VCU’s RamsRecruiting”. Then, if desired, you can Narrow Your Results feature on the left hand side of your search results.

Out For Work Internship; Deadline is December 10th!

OUT for Work is a nonprofit organization with a mission to educate, prepare, and empower LGBTQ college students for the transition from academia to the workplace.  We do this by organizing career conferences, events, and providing tools and resources to college and university students across the country. We also reach out to LGBTQ safe and inclusive companies and organizations and bring them together to help educate and act as resources to prepare students.
What is the OUT for Work internship program?
OUT for Work offers internships to all graduate, undergraduate, as well as recently graduated students covering a variety of disciplines.
Internships are located in the Washington, D.C. office. OUT for Work offers public transportation travel cost reimbursements, however this is not a paid internship. Course credit for the internship is offered depending on the policies of the particular institution the student is attending. The status of a particular internship as credit will be determined before an internship is offered.
Who can apply for OUT for Work internships?
We are looking specifically for 2 individuals to fill two internship positions this spring:
1) Media/ public relations and outreach liaison – this person will focus on communications and press done by OUT for Work through social networking sites. This person will be responsible for maintaining the sites as well as posting articles and information about upcoming events and programs. This person will also keep in touch with our members and followers and do research to find interesting articles to promote, organize press releases about upcoming projects, publications, and events as well as creatively find new ways for OUT for Work to connect with list-servers, databases, and followers.

2) Research & Development Assistant – this person will maintain the up-to-date level of our databases, upload them into our online database system, maintain files and documents, while also assisting in archiving our resources, including websites, links, articles, organizations we are involved with, past conferences and programs, and more. This person will also keep past attendees in touch with OUT for Work, making them feel connected to our programs as well as other projects and assignments as needed.

Successful candidates must have the following skills:
-Knowledge of and commitment to LGBTQ issues.
-Strong communication skills, both orally and in writing.
-Computer proficiency for word processing, database work, e-mail and Web research.
-Desire and commitment to work in a environment where commitment to diversity based on race, sex, ethnic origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, and physical ability is an important institutional value.
How do I apply for an OUT for Work Internship?
Please submit:
A cover letter stating:
o    The approximate dates and times you are available 15-20hrs per week during the upcoming semester.
o    Why you would like to work as an OUT for Work intern.
o    What you think you can contribute to OUT for Work through your work as an intern.
2.        Your resume
E mail to: alex@outforwork.com before December 10th, 2012
Duration of internship: January 14th – May 3rd, 2013

Like animals? Check out the internship with Alpha Dog Club

You can find out more by logging into your RamsRecruiting account. Use our One-Click Searches for “New Opportunities Posted by VCU’s RamsRecruiting”. Then, if desired, you can Narrow Your Results feature on the left hand side of your search results.

Make sure that your resume has been approved before you apply for this position. You can do so by contacting your Career Consultant or by utilizing our walk-in hours:

OUT for Work Spring 2013 Internship Program

OUT for Work is a nonprofit organization with a mission to educate, prepare, and empower LGBTQ college students for the transition from academia to the workplace.  We do this by organizing career conferences, events, and providing tools and resources to college and university students across the country. We also reach out to LGBTQ safe and inclusive companies and organizations and bring them together to help educate and act as resources to prepare students.

What is the OUT for Work internship program?
OUT for Work offers internships to all graduate, undergraduate, as well as recently graduated students covering a variety of disciplines.

Internships are located in the Washington, D.C. office. OUT for Work offers public transportation travel cost reimbursements, however this is not a paid internship. Course credit for the internship is offered depending on the policies of the particular institution the student is attending. The status of a particular internship as credit will be determined before an internship is offered.

Who can apply for OUT for Work internships?

We are looking specifically for 2 individuals to fill two internship positions this spring:
1) Media/ public relations and outreach liaison – this person will focus on communications and press done by OUT for Work through social networking sites. This person will be responsible for maintaining the sites as well as posting articles and information about upcoming events and programs. This person will also keep in touch with our members and followers and do research to find interesting articles to promote, organize press releases about upcoming projects, publications, and events as well as creatively find new ways for OUT for Work to connect with list-servers, databases, and followers.

2) Research & Development Assistant – this person will maintain the up-to-date level of our databases, upload them into our online database system, maintain files and documents, while also assisting in archiving our resources, including websites, links, articles, organizations we are involved with, past conferences and programs, and more. This person will also keep past attendees in touch with OUT for Work, making them feel connected to our programs as well as other projects and assignments as needed.

Successful candidates must have the following skills:
-Knowledge of and commitment to LGBTQ issues.
-Strong communication skills, both orally and in writing.
-Computer proficiency for word processing, database work, e-mail and Web research.
-Desire and commitment to work in a environment where commitment to diversity based on race, sex, ethnic origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, and physical ability is an important institutional value.

How do I apply for an OUT for Work Internship?

Please submit:
1. A cover letter stating:
o    The approximate dates and times you are available 15-20hrs per week during the upcoming semester.
o    Why you would like to work as an OUT for Work intern.
o    What you think you can contribute to OUT for Work through your work as an intern.

2.        Your resume

E mail to: alex@outforwork.com before December 10th, 2012

Duration of internship: January 14th – May 3rd, 2013

CarMax Foundation Internship on RR

You can find out more by logging into your RamsRecruiting account. Use our One-Click Searches for “New Opportunities Posted by VCU’s RamsRecruiting”. Then, if desired, you can Narrow Your Results feature on the left hand side of your search results.

Make sure that your resume has been approved before you apply for this position. You can do so by contacting your Career Consultant or by utilizing our walk-in hours:

Assistant Executive Director (Unpaid Intern); Details available through VCU’s RamsRecruiting

You can find out more by logging into your RamsRecruiting account. Use our One-Click Searches for “New Opportunities Posted by VCU’s RamsRecruiting”. Then, if desired, you can Narrow Your Results feature on the left hand side of your search results.

Make sure that your resume has been approved before you apply for this position. You can do so by contacting your Career Consultant or by utilizing our walk-in hours:

Office of Development Intern (Unpaid); details available on VCU’s RamsRecruiting

Interested  – learn more through RamsRecruiting today! 

You can find out more by logging into your RamsRecruiting account. Use our One-Click Searches for “New Opportunities Posted by VCU’s RamsRecruiting”. Then, if desired, you can Narrow Your Results feature on the left hand side of your search results.

Make sure that your resume has been approved before you apply for this position. You can do so by contacting your Career Consultant or by utilizing our walk-in hours:

Several Opportunities with a company based in Vienna, VA

Account Specialist Intern
Client Services Representative
Seller Community Specialist
Quality Assurance Specialist
Buyer Support Specialist
Marketing Intern
Market Specialist

Interested  – apply through RamsRecruiting today! 

You can find out more by logging into your RamsRecruiting account. Use our One-Click Searches for “New Opportunities Posted by VCU’s RamsRecruiting”. Then, if desired, you can Narrow Your Results feature on the left hand side of your search results.

Make sure that your resume has been approved before you apply for this position. You can do so by contacting your Career Consultant or by utilizing our walk-in hours:

The University of Virginia invites applications and nominations of individuals to participate in our 2012 Summer Internship Program.  We are offering current or recent college students the opportunity to gain experience in schools and units across the University of Virginia.  Students accepted in this program will be expected to work 40 hours per week and will earn $12.00/hr.  The program begins on Monday, June 4, 2012.  
 
The University of Virginia:  The University of Virginia is located in Charlottesville, Virginia, and is consistently ranked as one of the nation’s top public institutions.  Founded by Thomas Jefferson in 1819, the University sustains the ideal of developing leaders who are prepared to shape the future of the nation.  The University currently has $325m in research portfolio, 2/3 in Bio-Sciences, 1/3 in engineering, and other sciences. 
 
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