General Motors | Detroit, Michigan
The Michigan Public Health Institute is a major contributor to community health in Michigan and our staff is comprised of more than 500 individuals from a wide range of backgrounds and expertise.
National Archives and Records Administration - DC | Washington D.C
Global Customer Experience (CX) organization to focus on delivering world-class experiences to our customers. The mission of CX organization is to design and build digital products, services, and experiences for General Motors customers globally. Internships with the Office of Education and Public Programs offer an excellent opportunity for gaining hands-on experience for students interested in education, museum studies, public policy, U.S. History, political science or communications. Intern projects provide hands-on opportunities to practice historical thinking skills and work directly with primary sources to learn historical content and explore the holdings of the National Archives. Intern projects are designed to benefit both NARA and complement the intern’s own interests, skills, and experience. Education Internships offer unique opportunities to learn about all aspects of educational programming for both adults and children. Working in the Office of Education and Public Programs, interns engage in hands-on learning by designing and facilitating programs and activities for a variety of audiences. Activities include leading thematic programs for students, inter-generational family, and adult audiences; designing and facilitating participatory and informal exhibit activities; participating in research and writing projects; and creating lesson plans to help provide educators and visitors with methods and materials for using primary sources as teaching tools. Experience working with people of various age groups and backgrounds is encouraged. Projects may include: Developing hands-on activities that can be presented both in the ReSource Room and on carts in the exhibits. Activates should engage multiple learning styles and highlight the records of the National Archives. Engaging visitors from the general public in historical inquiry activities during events or while staffing the ReSource Room, honing public speaking and teaching techniques. Developing new programs to offer in the Boeing Learning Center and McGowan Theater spaces by assisting with program development, logistical management, marketing and promotion, and evaluation. Assisting in facilitating the educational and programmatic experiences for all museum visitors while staffing a wide variety of events including but not limited to family days, panel discussions, film programs, author lectures, performances, symposium, and hands-on workshops. Scanning, uploading, entering metadata, and creating activities and lesson plans with records on the DocsTeach website. Researching NARAs motion picture, photographic, and textual holdings for inclusion in future programs based on various content themes (i.e. Civil Rights, WWII, etc). Interns will: Learn how to develop collections for educational purposes and how to organize records. Work directly with educators, students and members of the general public, honing public speaking and teaching techniques. Develop new learning activities and pilot them to measure their effectiveness with visitors – great for building a portfolio! Gain hands-on experience with program development, logistical management, and marketing and promotion. All Education and Public Programs Internships require: Excellent interpersonal skills Excellent verbal and written communication skills An interest in U.S. political and social history The ability to work collaboratively with National Archives staff and volunteers The ability to manage several projects simultaneously with deadlines A willingness to try new things The Office of Education and Public Programs firmly believes that internships are a learning experience and will provide training for all programs and projects. You don’t need a background in education to be a successful intern. Schedule: Internships are available for fall, spring, or summer. Hours are flexible Mondays through Fridays between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. with occasional evenings and weekends required. The schedule will be determined based on availability and agreements between the Intern and NARA. Interns may also receive program or course credit for this experience if approved by their educational institution. Need more information? https://www.archives.gov/careers/internships/ dc-metro/outreach.html Or email email@example.com with any questions. Application Deadlines: Fall and Spring: deadlines are rolling. Summer: applications received by March 15 are guaranteed consideration; applications received after that date are accepted if space is available.
Michigan Lakes and Streams Associations | Remote
Michigan Lakes and Streams Association, Inc. is a statewide, 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation, protection and wise management of Michigan’s vast treasure of inland lakes. We have been in existence since 1961 and produce a quarterly magazine for riparians.
Up Cancer | Remote
CRCC was opened in 1968 to help meet the needs of the poor, the vulnerable, immigrants, migrants, and all people in need regardless of language or culture. The Food Pantry Intern will assist the Food Pantry Coordinator with tasks pertaining to the food pantry.
Valencia, Spain | Fall/Spring
Each semester, the Department of Romance and Classical Studies, in cooperation with the Department of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese of the University of Virginia, will offer a Hispanic Studies Program.