Art Appraisal and Advisory Intern

Arcadia Art Consultancy | Remote

AAC is pleased to offer part and full-time non-paid internships to current college students and recent graduates looking to gain experience in the art world.

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Communications Intern

MSU Alliance for African Partnership | East Lansing, Michigan

The Alliance for African Partnership (AAP) seeks to promote sustainable, effective, and equitable long-term partnerships among African institutions, Michigan State University, and other international collaborators.

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MSU Student Science Communication Training Program

Michigan State University Science Festival | East Lansing, Michigan

The MSU Science Festival is pleased to announce a training program encouraging undergraduate and graduate students at MSU to engage in science communication and outreach activities. This program will provide training, mentorship, networking opportunities, as well as direct experience in science communication through Science Festival events and programs.

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Public Relations Intern

#ICANHELP | Remote

#ICANHELP, a small nonprofit, is looking for an intern interested in learning all aspects of the public relations field. The intern who fills this position should expect to learn the field from top to bottom and will complete this program ready to enter any public relations firm with excellent skills.

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Children’s Book Illustrator

Save the Water | Remote

Rubber Ducky Press is a children's book publisher specializing in regional titles. Books published by RDP include ABC Indiana, Sweet Dreams Chicago, and Goodnight Sleeping Bear.

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Publishing Associate: Researcher & Writer

Save the Water | Remote

Save the Water™ is a U.S.-based nonprofit organization whose mission is to conduct water research to identify and remove harmful contaminants in water; and to raise public awareness about water contamination and its health impacts.

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Editorial Intern

Audubon | New York City, New York

Audubon, the editorially independent publication of the National Audubon Society, uses explanatory and advocacy journalism, as well as stunning original photography, to inform its readers about the natural world, inspire them to care passionately about that world, and motivate them to take action on its behalf. Audubon's editorial intern contributes meaningfully to that effort via both the print publication and website.

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Winter Internship – Correspondent

Organization for World Peace (OWP) | Ann Arbor, Michigan

The Organization for World Peace (OWP) research and reporting division (OWPR) is seeking writers to track and report current events pertaining to conflict and peace.

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2021 Mawby Intern, Council of Michigan Foundations

Council of Michigan Foundation | Detroit, Michigan

The Mawby Intern will begin working with CMF in January 2021 for approximately 5-10 hours/week, until the end of April. This early work is very flexible and can be scheduled around classes and other commitments. The majority of work for this internship will be completed remotely via e-mail/phone/virtual meetings. The Mawby Intern will transition to 40 hours/week in early May – August. From September -November the Mawby intern will transition back to 5-10 hours per week.

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Student Allocations Board Members

Associated Students of Michigan State University | East Lansing, Michigan

ASMSU is currently accepting applications for the 2020-2021 Student Allocations Board (SAB). The SAB enhances the lives and operations of student groups at MSU. This year has certainly been filled with challenges. One of the challenges that we have encountered at The Associated Students of Michigan State University (ASMSU) is filling board seats on the Student Allocations Board. Per the ASMSU Code, we must have 12 members on SAB and we are currently short around 7 members. Without this board, ASMSU will be unable to allocate funds to the CORES/COPS and Registered Student Organization. Obviously, this is a major issue. There currently is no alternative to allocating these funds.

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