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Internship Placements in the Arts Fall 2012

Office of Experiential Learning

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LITERACY VOLUNTEERS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY WWW.LITERACYWASHINGTONCOUNTY.ORG

LITERACY INTERN Internship Description: Literacy Volunteers of Washington County, Inc. (RI) organization offers free English literacy, math and computer skills instruction with priority given to people at lower literacy levels who demonstrate the ability to study independently. As we enter our 30th year we have many tasks that need to be completed. We are happy to work with your skills and interests to tailor the internship to meet both of our needs. Your tasks could include any one or more of the following: 1. re-design our website 2. design a logo 3. help write a marketing plan 4. help coordinate fundrasing events 5. help re-establish our donor and participant database 6. help re-organize our paper files 7. develop or find printable teaching materials that match the core competencies of our curriculum. 8. xxx - let us know how you'd like to help Qualifications: detail oriented works well in a multi-cultural/multi-lingual environment computer literate web design skills or interest a plus well organized or willing to learn how to be • Hours Per Week: 15-20 • Wage/ Salary: Small Stipend Application Instructions: Email Ruth Tureckova, executive director, with: you resume date range available hours you'd like to work why you'd like to help Literacy Volunteers Tower Street Community Center Westerly, RI 401-596-9411 • litwashcty@verizon.net To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 9433 Please note: If you search this position on RhodyNet and you are unable to find it, the position may have been filled or the posting has expired.


URI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING MARKETING/WRITING INTERNSHIP Internship Description: The University of Rhode Island College of Engineering seeks an energetic intern for the fall 2012 semester. The intern will help produce Innovations, a magazine distributed to college faculty, students, alumni and supporters. This position includes opportunities to write articles, layout magazine pages, produce professional videos and work with social media. To shape your stories you will interview students, professors and alumni and combine it with information found through research. We are looking for someone with a drive to find the story behind the story and connect innovation at the University with the big global picture. Innovations is a young publication, which offers a unique opportunity to assist in the launch of a magazine. The intern will become part of our team. We’re fun, we have a (relatively) spacious office and we want you to learn while you are here. We can’t pay this is a state institution after all but sometimes the Dean buys pizza and academic credit is possible. Qualifications: We seek someone with a few upper-level journalism, public relations or communications courses under his or her belt. Practical writing experience (the Cigar, etc.) is preferred but not required. Work hours are negotiable. • Hours Per Week: 9-Jun • Wage/ Salary: 0 Application Instructions: To apply, send a letter of interest and at least two writing samples to Chris Barrett at cbarrett@uri.edu (Letters and writing samples may alternatively be delivered to Gilbreth Hall 103E.) Questions? Contact Chris Barrett at 401.874.5946 or cbarrett@uri.edu. 103E Gilbreth Hall Kingston, RI 401-874-5946 • cbarrett@uri.edu To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 9388 Please note: If you search this position on RhodyNet and you are unable to find it, the position may have been filled or the posting has expired.


AMICA MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY WWW.AMICA.COM/CAREERS

STUDENT INTERN-CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT Internship Description: Amica Insurance has more than a century of experience as a personal lines insurance carrier. Consistently ranked highest in customer satisfaction by its policyholders, Amica is strong, stable and financially secure. Our employees are the key to providing exceptional service to our loyal customers. Student Intern Corporate Communications Department Our office located in Lincoln, RI, is seeking a summer intern for our Corporate Communications Department. This is a paid internship, and the working hours are 37.50 hours per week during the summer months. Job Responsibilities & Qualifications: This internship involves assisting our team of writers with internal, external, online, social media and direct mail writing assignments. May be called upon to perform additional job duties. Candidates must be proficient in Word and PowerPoint and have experience with social media websites. Required skills include strong writing and proofreading skills, along with exceptional organizational and interpersonal skills. The ability to work independently is also required. Our internship is designed for individuals who are currently enrolled in their sophomore or junior year at an accredited college/university and who will be continuing their undergraduate studies in the fall. Candidates should be seeking a degree in Journalism, Mass Communications, English, Public Relations or a similar field. A GPA of 3.0 or higher is preferred. This Amica experience will be an excellent way for students to receive hands-on experience. Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and resume for review. Please apply by visiting our website at www.amica.com/careers and select View Job Listings. Deadline to apply: May 15, 2012 No phone calls please. Only those selected for further consideration will be contacted. Equal Opportunity Policy: All qualified applicants who are authorized to work in the United States will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, sex, color, national origin, ethnicity, age, genetic information, disability or sexual orientation. The Age Discrimination in Employment Act prohibits discrimination on the basis of age with respect to individuals who are 40 years of age or older. Employees are subject to the provisions of the Workers' Compensation Act. Qualifications: Our internship is designed for individuals who are currently enrolled in their sophomore or junior year at an accredited college/university and who will be continuing their undergraduate studies in the fall. Candidates should be seeking a degree in Journalism, Mass Communications, English, Public Relations or a similar field. A GPA of 3.0 or higher is preferred. • Hours Per Week: 37.5 • Wage/ Salary: hourly Application Instructions: Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and resume for review. Please apply by visiting our website at www.amica.com/careers and select View Job Listings. 50 Amica Way Lincoln, RI 800-652-6422 • wrapecis@amica.com To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon

Search with the Job Reference Number: 9368 Please note: If you search this position on RhodyNet and you are unable to find it, the position may have been filled or the posting has expired.


RHODE ISLAND MONTHLY WWW.RIMONTHLY.COM

ART AND PRODUCTION INTERN Internship Description: Art and Production Intern, Summer 2012 Rhode Island Monthly The art and production internship at Rhode Island Monthly is an opportunity to experience working in an art and production department at a successful magazine. The intern works on sell sheets, signage, web promotions, and other materials for the marketing department and magazine events, both for Rhode Island Monthly magazine and its affiliated publications such as Engaged, Home Design, and others. The intern gains experience in helping to create a unified look for the Rhode Island Monthly brand, under the tutelage of experienced designers. The intern also helps with other projects at the magazine as needed, including production department assistance, and assisting art directors by gathering art and photo research. A graphic design background, including basic familiarity with the Adobe CS5 Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, etc.), is required. To apply, send an email to cmarsden@rimonthly.com with the subject line "Art and Production Intern." Attach your resume and cover letter and include a link to an online design portfolio if you have one. The hours of the internship can be fit into a student's schedule, but we are looking for at least ten regular hours each week for the intern to be at the office. The internship is unpaid, but can sometimes be used for school credit. Deadline for summer 2012 applicants is April 20.

Qualifications: Graphic design background, attention to detail, beginning level portfolio • Hours Per Week: 10 • Wage/ Salary: 0 Application Instructions: Email a resume and cover letter to cmarsden@rimonthly.com. Include a link to an online portfolio if you have one. 717 Allens Avenue Providence, RI 401-649-4818 • cmarsden@rimonthly.com To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 9176 Please note: If you search this position on RhodyNet and you are unable to find it, the position may have been filled or the posting has expired.


HASBRO, INC. HTTP://JOBS.HASBRO.COM/

PUBLISHING INTERN Internship Description: Publishing Intern Objective: Work with Hasbro Global Publishing team in all aspects of new business and product development, management of internal and external relationships. We publish creative for several Hasbro brands, such as Tonka Chuck and Friends, as seen here: http://www.hasbro.com/shop/Chuck and Friends book Start date: Fall 2011 End date: TBD based on student’s availability Hours per week: 10-15 hours, based on student’s availability Location: 200 Narragansett Park Drive, Pawtucket, RI Key responsibilities include: 1. Working closely with Global Publishing team to maintain timeline for creative approvals 2. Liaise with internal (Creative Services, Brand teams, Franchise Marketing team) and external groups (publishers) to secure and disseminate creative assets for product and marketing needs of publishing partners 3. Liaise with internal and external groups to collect sales data for forecasting 4. Manage administrative needs of the Global Publishing team 5. Independent projects: a. Organizing/editing Global Publishing newsletter b. Research new publishing opportunities (e.g. new channels - institutional segment, language learning, dollar stores, direct mail/direct sales; new product formats, etc.) Qualifications: Skills required: Must be a full time student enrolled in a degree program, this is an unpaid internship At least 6 months experience in an office environment Working knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel Ability to multi-task as internship works with many projects Possesses strong communication (verbal, written) and organizational skills Enjoys working with creative product development in a business environment Hours Per Week: 10 • Wage/ Salary: unpaid Application Instructions: Email resume to Shannon Larsen, shannon.larsen@hasbro.com or visit our Career Page to view our Internships: http://jobs.hasbro.com/go/internships/306607/ 1027 Newport Avenue Pawtucket, RI 104-727-5161 • shannon.larsen@hasbro.com To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 7844


AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MAGAZINE EDITORS WWW.MAGAZINE.ORG/ASME

EDITORIAL INTERN Internship Description: For nearly 50 years, the American Society of Magazine Editors has sponsored the Magazine Internship Program a ten-week program for rising college seniors at magazines in New York and Washington. Since the program was founded in 1967, some 1,800 college students have worked as ASME interns. Nearly 250 have gone on to successful careers in print and electronic journalism.

Qualifications: Please visit www.magazine.org/asmeinternship for more information. • Hours Per Week: 3540 • Wage/ Salary: $350/wk Application Instructions: Please visit www.magazine.org/asmeinternship for more information. 810 7th Ave. New York, NY 2128723737 • nfortuna@magazine.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 8058 Please note: If you search this position on RhodyNet and you are unable to find it, the position may have been filled or the posting has expired.


NEWPORT REVIEW HTTP://NEWPORTREVIEW.ORG

EDITORIAL ASSISTANT INTERN Internship Description: Editorial Assistant: Read, screen, direct and respond to online submissions of fiction, poetry, nonfiction and artwork. Selective first reading of manuscripts is the most important part of the job. Assist with building and maintaining a mailing list. Format manuscripts and photographs for online publication. Attend and assist with public readings or other fundraising events. Attend occasional editorial or board meetings. May assist with web design, proofreading, writing contest administration and outreach as needed. Qualifications: English major preferred, or strong background in writing and literature. Should love to read and have a strong critical/aesthetic sense. You will be reading and screening manuscripts submitted to the magazine, both prose and poetry. Basic tech skills required; web design experience helpful. You must be able to read work through an online submissions manager, which may require you to view or download files in Google Docs, Word, PDF or other formats. Must be organized and motivated to work on your own without close supervision. You will need a computer with a decent internet connection. • Hours Per Week: 12-Feb • Wage/ Salary: none/credit Application Instructions: Read Newport Review (newportreview.org) to see if you are interested in working on this magazine. Send email describing your writing/literature background, publications, if any (including student publications) and why you want to work as an editorial inte P.O. Box 65 Warren, RI 401-225-4683 • kathrynka@yahoo.com To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon

Search with the Job Reference Number: 2201 Please note: If you search this position on RhodyNet and you are unable to find it, the position may have been filled or the posting has expired.


LEARNINGWORKS FOR KIDS LEARNINGWORKSFORKIDS.COM

COPY EDITOR Internship Description: Copy editor wanted for an internship with a vibrant education technology startup. Needs to have excellent grasp of grammar and style, and experience proofreading. Great opportunity for a journalism major to get real-world editorial experience.

Qualifications: Must live in or near southern Rhode Island and be willing to work some hours on-site each week. All applicants must pass a proofreading test prior to acceptance. • Hours Per Week: 20-Oct • Wage/ Salary: Small stipend Application Instructions: Contact James Daley at jdaley@learningworksforkids.com 1058 Kingstown Rd. Wakefield, RI 4017891553 • jdaley@learningworksforkids.com To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon

Search with the Job Reference Number: 4404 Please note: If you search this position on RhodyNet and you are unable to find it, the position may have been filled or the posting has expired.


PREP SPORTS RI UNDERCONSTRUCTION.COM

SPORTSWRITER Internship Description: Web based start up seeks sports minded students interested in the field of journalism to cover high school sports in Rhode Island. As a member of the writing staff, interns will write weekly articles that will be featured on the site. This position offers an excellent opportunity to gain experience with interviewing skills, as well as writing. Interns will also take part in a unique mentor program where they will meet as a group, periodically, with local sportswriters to discuss their experiences. Qualifications: Work experience or course work in one or more of the following areas: Creative Writing, News Writing, English, Electronic Communications, Mass Media Communications. • Hours Per Week: 16-20 • Wage/ Salary: not paid Application Instructions: Please email resume, cover letter, and include any relevant writing samples. Send to: dwright39@cox.net 60 Meadowcrest Dr. Cumberland, RI 401-419-8007 • dwright39@cox.net To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon

Search with the Job Reference Number: 6616 Please note: If you search this position on RhodyNet and you are unable to find it, the position may have been filled or the posting has expired.


US MEDICAL HOME WWW.USMEDICALHOME.COM

TECHNICAL / GRANT WRITER - INTERNSHIP Internship Description: Preparation of proposals and grant applications Write, submit and track grant applications Perform responsible professional and administrative work when researching, identifying, developing and responding to grant opportunities Oversee reporting requirements for grants and contracts. Knowledge of federal grant guidelines Generate revenue for programs and services through timely submission of well-researched, well written and well documented grant and fund raising proposals Maintain funding calendar activities Write reports for governmental, corporate and foundations Posses computer skills and be familiar with Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint. Highly Organized and ability to follow processes Work under pressure and use professional judgment Analyze new strategies for income and provide written recommendation Applications that display meticulous grammar and spelling Ability to work independently and manage time effectively Ability to pay attention to detail and maintain accurate records Ability to maintain confidentiality Qualifications: Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills Be proficient in researching, interpreting and analyzing complex data Be able to work both independently and collaboratively Skills necessary: Analytical, Design, Problem Solving, Technical, Customer, Interpersonal, Oral & Written Communication, Team Work and Leadership • Hours Per Week: 10 or more • Wage/ Salary: 0 Application Instructions: Email for further instructions 222 Reservoir Ave Providence, RI 401-383-8484 • grace.kulik@usmedicalhome.com To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon

Search with the Job Reference Number: 7261 Please note: If you search this position on RhodyNet and you are unable to find it, the position may have been filled or the posting has expired.


RHODE ISLAND HYPE WWW.RIHYPE.COM

INTERN REPORTER/ WRITER Internship Description: Rhode Island Hype Intern Reporter is someone who loves writing, talking to people, digging into topics like news, politics &government, sports, Fashion, Food, and/or but not limited to entertainment. They will be responsible for writing reviews, coming up with interesting story ideas, as well as taking direction from Media Coordinator and being part of an online community. Perfect for college students that are looking to build a clip file and gain experience in online journalism. A Reporter is needed for each of the following topics: Sports - News & Politics- Fashion- Restaurants and Venues- Entertainment- The Arts- Night Life Reporters will also be assist in revamping the verbal tone of all of our customer touch points including our websites, emails, and banners. We are looking for people who know how to write catchy lines; someone who understands how to find a unique brand voice and extend it across any all touch points with our customers; someone who thrives working with smart, energetic people; a leader that cares as much about his colleagues as themselves. Duties & Responsibilities Works collaboratively with video team, and Media Coordinator Follow topics that interest large amounts of people in different demographics For content, write tags and descriptions. Research, conceptualize, write, and proofread Interact closely with Media Coordinator, database manager, webmaster, and business owners Suggest and make adjustments to written website content Contribute content and reviews to our blog: Restaurant & Venue Reporters: write reviews for restaurants and venues, food, and such. Sports Reporters: attend games, interview athletes, write reviews on sports video, and scout sports video content Fashion: Reporters search and refer video tutorial content and such for the website, attend fashion shows, and report local fashion news. News & Politics Reporters: Keep site updated about political and government news through video & article sourcing. Entertainment Reporters: Attend events; conduct written and video interviews with local talent and professional entertainers that visit and/or perform in Rhode Island. And write local talent articles and reviews. Editor/Creative Writer: Assist in editing promotion & advertising literature, reviews, and such. Night life Intern: Will work with Media Coordinator to enhance presentation of Night clubs, venues and restaurants on the website. May attend places during the day or night.(Must be 21+) The Arts Reporter: Will follow up with art galleries, art tours, performing arts schedules and more. All reporters are required to dress professionally when performing task and meeting potential clients. Daily task updates are reported to Media Coordinator (via email or phone). There will be opportunities to earn money, gift cards, free admission, free food and more! Qualifications: Journalism, English or Communications major Experience in writing for online and offline channels in media, advertising or marketing environment. Experience in an Agency is a plus. Ability to work on multiple initiatives at the same. Understanding of processes needed to ensure that tone of all touch points with the customer will stay consistent. Enjoys working in a team environment and contributing to the team's ideas Proven ability to collaborate, listen and influence others. Has experience editing. A digital camera with photo and video capabilities would be a plus. You must have your own computer and/or and access to the internet. Dedication to the highest standards of journalism. Strong writing and editorial skills. An understanding of the basic concepts of producing content for the web An understanding of in-depth contextual news coverage. A willingness to learn and grow in an environment of quality on-air and web journalism. Strong work ethic, positive attitude and leadership qualities with the ability to handle multiple tasks and set priorities a must • Hours Per Week: 16-32 • Wage/ Salary: 0 Application Instructions: Send resume, cover letter and writing samples to Nathaniel@rihype.com Also indicate your 1st , 2nd and 3rd choice of topics to report; Sports, News & Politics, Fashion, Restaurants and Venues, Entertainment, The Arts, Nightlife or Editor/Creative Write PO Box 5773 Providence, RI 4015168551 • mrkwapo@gmail.com To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon

Search with the Job Reference Number: 7311 Please note: If you search this position on RhodyNet and you are unable to find it, the position may have been filled or the posting has expired.


ASTONISH RESULTS LP WWW.ASTONISHRESULTS.COM

CONTENT WRITER INTERN Internship Description: As you know, content is king. Whether it is a strategic tweet, Facebook status, blog post or press release, crafting genuine, interesting, and engaging copy is the first step to capturing the modern consumer’s attention. The best candidate will possess the following skills: Exceptional writing ability Keen attention to detail Advanced understanding of proper grammar, spelling and the ability to self edit Capable of conducting thorough, accurate research Ability to write unique, creative content on a variety of topics including insurance, Internet Marketing and Social Media Qualifications: As a content writer, you will be expected to be proficient in both technical and nontechnical writing. It is critical that you can effectively conduct online research, generate content for various websites/clients, and develop original copy. The content writer is responsible for handling various types of copy requests, including, but not limited to: Blog Posts Commercial Boosters (containing Flash script, landing page content and email templates) Unique homepage and product pages Press Releases Basic social media management Additionally, as a content writer you will be trained to follow the Astonish Results templates and content formatting guides – while also learning Search Engine Optimization (SEO) basics. You will be expected to integrate client keywords within your copy, including the use of proper linking techniques. Furthermore you will have the ability to sit in on SEO initial client calls, social media calls and blogging calls so that you may fully immerse yourself within the Internet Marketing Department. Keep in mind that Astonish Results is constantly moving, growing, and evolving – as will your duties and responsibilities. Be prepared to jump right in! • Hours Per Week: 20-40 • Wage/ Salary: Internship Application Instructions: If this sounds exciting to you, then we want to meet you! Please send your resume, cover letter, and writing samples to employment@astonishresults.com 300 Centerville Rd Warwick, RI 401-921-6220 • jwellington@astonishresults.com To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon

Search with the Job Reference Number: 7684 Please note: If you search this position on RhodyNet and you are unable to find it, the position may have been filled or the posting has expired.


GOLOCALPROV.COM WWW.GOLOCALPROV.COM

GOLOCALPROV.COM NEWS & MEDIA INTERN Internship Description: We are looking for five (5) students to work as part-time interns during the spring semester as a media correspondent for GoLocalProv. Students with an interest in modern culture, journalism, digital media, photography, and video production fit well in our program. Interns will also have the prospect of working alongside prominent regional and national media experts. Interns will be responsible for writing, filming, editing, and producing original content for GoLocalProv. Experience is preferred but is not required, as our team will provide equipment and media training. This is a very unique opportunity for students with a strong interest in modern culture and media. Examples of interns recent assignments include covering a story on former President Bill Clinton’s visit to Rhode Island and meeting him in the process. Another includes skydiving and reporting the whole story on video as a part of an extreme sports article. Also, one includes swimming with sharks 30 miles off the coast of RI and reporting the whole story on video as part of a special for Shark Week. Please note that the interns were not assistants in these assignments, but actually doing the work themselves and creating content at the highest level. The position offers unique real-world experience and immersion in the digital media market. Interns will have the chance to brand themselves through production of their own exclusive content, while obtaining valuable first-hand experience. GoLocalProv is one of the most dominant news organizations in Rhode Island, albeit being one of the youngest. Our interns will share in experiences that little other internships can offer. We will accept five (5) students for this internship. A few requirements for this position include: Confidence. Ability to work in a team. Competitiveness. Hard Work To gain a better understanding of our organization and our internship program please see the following links: http://www.businessinsider.com/golocalprov-2011-6 http://www.golocalprov.com/news/3952/ www.golocal24.com Students should plan to devote a minimum of 10 hours per week. The hours can be flexible to different types of schedules. If you are interested in this internship, you can contact us at marques_coleman@brown.edu. Qualifications: Confidence Ability to work in a team Competitiveness Hard Work • Hours Per Week: 10-Aug • Wage/ Salary: TBD - Credit offered Application Instructions: Please send your resume and cover letter to golocalprovinternship@gmail.com. 44 Weybosett St Providence, RI 6233138491 • marques_coleman@brown.edu To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 7587 Please note: If you search this position on RhodyNet and you are unable to find it, the position may have been filled or the posting has expired.


FM GLOBAL HTTP://WWW.FMGLOBAL.COM

EDITOR INTERN Internship Description: FM Global is seeking an intern majoring in writing or communications; this person would be responsible for the following: Editorial review of all story boards for training using FM Global’s writing guidelines Ensuring proper grammar and spelling are identified Ensuring tense used is active not passive 10% helping with communications to audiences regarding training solutions offered Can time manage multiple projects at once Qualifications: To be considered for FM Global’s editor internship, you must: Maintain an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher; Major in Marketing, Public Relations, Journalism, English or Communications Be motivated, dedicated, organized and reliable Have top-notch writing and interpersonal skills Be able to earn academic credit for internship Be in junior or senior year in college Hours are flexible and depend on the student’s class schedule, course requirements (if applicable) and availability. Ideally, the hours would be part-time (20 hrs/wk) during the spring semester, with a start date in January 2012. The FM Global editor internship is offered at the company’s corporate offices in Johnston, R.I. • Hours Per Week: 20 • Wage/ Salary: paid Application Instructions: Please apply online at http://fmglobalcareers.com, job code 2011-3618. Please send 2-3 samples to leah.atkins@fmglobal.com in addition to applying online. 270 Central Avenue Johnston, RI 4012753000 • leah.atkins@fmglobal.com To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 8080 Please note: If you search this position on RhodyNet and you are unable to find it, the position may have been filled or the posting has expired.


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PROVIDENCE CHILDREN'S MUSEUM HTTP://WWW.CHILDRENMUSEUM.ORG

EXHIBIT DESIGN/FABRICATION INTERN Internship Description: The Exhibits Intern will assist the Exhibit Designer with the production of exhibit components for a new exhibit on Spatial Thinking to open in the Fall of 2012. Specific responsibilities include: Assist in fabrication of components and environment for new exhibits Observing and working with Exhibits team on final design development for components and environmental modifications Assist in the organization, tracking and integration of outsourced components or supplies Benefits of joining the team: Participate in the complete design and fabrication of an exhibit (portfolio appropriate project) Learn about scheduling, budgeting, and production for long term projects Strengthen knowledge of fabrication and problem solving Discount in the Museum Gift Shop Work alongside Museum staff Invitations to regular volunteer and staff events Qualifications: Skills required: Advanced Sophomore level or above coursework in Wood, Metals Working knowledge of cabinet making techniques and tools Working knowledge in finishing, laminating, or paint preparation Basic computer proficiency required- drafting/ modeling experience a plus Able to work efficiently, independently and to deadlines with strong attention to detail • Hours Per Week: 2040 hours per week for summer; Spring meetings as needed to brief on project • Wage/ Salary: Intern, volunteer or Federal Workstudy Application Instructions: Send resume and samples of work to Volunteer@ChildrenMuseum.org 100 South Street Providence, RI (401) 273-5437 ext. 133 • Burkhard@ChildrenMuseum.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 8973 Please note: If you search this position on RhodyNet and you are unable to find it, the position may have been filled or the posting has expired.


THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ILLUSTRATION WWW.AMERICANILLUSTRATION.ORG

MUSEUM INTERN - SUMMER 2012 Internship Description: Internship Opportunity - National Museum of American Illustration, Summer 2012 General office tasks and administrative assistance, graphic design projects, guiding tours, interacting with the public, museum gift shop, and special events.

Qualifications: Ideal candidate will have an enthusiasm for art, art history, and strong interest in illustration. Familiar with Macintosh, MS Office, and Adobe Creative Suite. Web design skill is desirable but not mandatory. Must be comfortable working on a team and with the public, and available weekends. Given the variety of tasks taking place within the museum, applicants from many areas of scholastic concentration, not solely art-related, are encouraged to apply. • Hours Per Week: 40 • Wage/ Salary: $7.40 per hour Application Instructions: Mail letter of interest, resume academic writing sample (3 page minimum) and three letters of reccomendation to: Intern Coordinator National Museum of American Illustration 492 Bellevue Avenue Newport RI 02840 or email: eric@americanillus 492 Bellevue Avenue Newport, RI 4018518949 • eric@americanillustration.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 6143 Please note: If you search this position on RhodyNet and you are unable to find it, the position may have been filled or the posting has expired.


STRATHMORE HTTP://WWW.STRATHMORE.ORG/

SUMMER INTERNSHIPS AT STRATHMORE Internship Description: College and graduate students interested in an arts management career are encouraged to apply for a summer internship at Strathmore. The Internship Program at Strathmore is designed to provide a professional and meaningful experience in arts management for students who wish to pursue further study or employment in the not-for-profit arts field. More information can be found at www.strathmore.org under "About Strathmore, Jobs & Internships." Funding is available. The internship lasts approximately 12 weeks, May through August of 2012. Applications are due no later than Thursday, March 1, 2012. Qualifications: Possess at least two years of liberal arts, arts-management, or arts-related study at the university level Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ideal candidate is available to work a flexible schedule, with many Wednesday evenings required for events and programs Demonstrate a sincere interest in behind-the-scenes operation of an arts center Interns are responsible for securing their own housing for the duration of the internship Access to a car and previous customer service or arts administration are beneficial • Hours Per Week: 40 • Wage/ Salary: Some funding is available. Application Instructions: Applications must include: Application form Resume Official / unofficial transcript Cover letter stating your reasons for seeking an internship at Strathmore Please return completed applications to: Strathmore Internships ATTN: Miriam Teitel 5301 Tuckerman Lane, North Bethesda, MD 20852 or email mteitel@strathmore.org In your cover letter, please include: Whether or not you will be available for an in-person interview during March 2012. If not, phone interviews are possible. Two References, including name, phone, relationship, and email. You are encouraged to include one non-academic reference. Letters of recommendation may be sent as part of your application or under separate cover, but are not required. 5301 Tuckerman Lane North Bethesda, MD 301-581-5150 • mteitel@strathmore.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 8242 Please note: If you search this position on RhodyNet and you are unable to find it, the position may have been filled or the posting has expired.


MUSEUM OF JEWISH HERITAGE HTTP://WWW.MJHNYC.ORG

LIPPER INTERNSHIP FOR HOLOCAUST EDUCATION Internship Description: Since fall 1998, the Lipper Internship has brought together graduate and undergraduate students from across the Northeast to train in New York City for a semester-long internship in museum education. Prior to the beginning of the semester Interns attend an intensive 10-day training session at the Museum to learn how to teach public middle and high school students about the Holocaust. During training Interns meet with Museum staff, hear testimony from Holocaust survivors, and learn methods for teaching from artifacts in the Museum's collection. Following training, Interns work in pairs, visiting several middle and high schools in their college communities to implement the three parts of the Internship program. The Lipper Internship benefits students and teachers in schools throughout the Northeast, providing an introductory lesson using images of artifacts and photographs from the Museum collection before the tour and a post-visit session to continue discussion. The program also provides a growth opportunity for the Interns, many of whom continue to pursue academic or professional interests related to their experiences teaching about Jewish heritage and the Holocaust. Interns receive a stipend and are reimbursed for travel expenses. Lodging in New York City is provided during the training period, if necessary. Students of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply. The semester-long program is designed for college and graduate students from a variety of fields and backgrounds. The ideal candidate will have a desire to learn and educate; an appreciation for museums; and an ability to work well with others.

http://www.mjhnyc.org/l_students_internships.html

Qualifications: currently enrolled in undergrad or grad program in the Northeastern U.S. • Hours Per Week: 6 • Wage/ Salary: capped at $1500.00 Application Instructions: Do not post resumes here. Please download and complete an application by Nov 1, 2011 and mail with all supporting documentation.

http://www.mjhnyc.org/l_students_internships.html 36 Battery Place NY, NY 6464374273 • LSILBER@MJHNYC.ORG To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 7884 Please note: If you search this position on RhodyNet and you are unable to find it, the position may have been filled or the posting has expired.


INTERNSHIP PROGRAM LOGISTICS: HOW CAN YOU RECEIVE CREDIT FOR YOUR INTERNSHIP?


OFFICE OF EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT- INTERNSHIP PROGRAM Internship Program Information • • •

We provide academic credit for quality internship opportunities in nearly any field anywhere in the US Students can choose to pursue an internship from our established placements or may design their own Students may participate in paid and unpaid internships for academic credit

Student Requirements • • • •

2.5 GPA or higher Minimum 60 credits prior to internship Available free elective credit – student should meet with an academic advisor to confirm credits Good academic and social standing

Important Dates • •

Students should begin the internship search the semester before they plan to intern Internships should be finalized two weeks before the semester begins

Hours and Credits • • • •

Earn FREE REE ELECTIVE credits for ITR 302 (field experience) and ITR 304 (seminar) Students earn PASS/FAIL credit for their field exper experience (3,6, 9, or 12 credits) Students will enroll in a 3-credit credit seminar offered in class or online Seminar focuses on the intern’s learning experience as well as professional and career development, making the connection between academic background and practical experience.

Summer Internship Hours (10 Weeks) 3 Credits 100 Hours Total 10 hours per we week 6 Credits 200 Hours Total 20 hours per week 9 Credits 300 Hours Total 30 hours per week 12 Credits 400 Hours Total 40 hours per week + 3 Credits for the Internship Seminar

Fall/Spring Internship Hours (13 ( Weeks) 3 Credits 117 Hours Total 9 hours per week 6 Credits 208 Hours Total 16 hours per week 9 Credits 312 Hours Total 24 hours per week 12 Credits 416 Hours Total 32 hours per week + 3 Credits for the Internship Seminar

Tuition • • •

Reduced tuition for summer internships! Fall & Spring internship tuition is the same as class tuition Please see Enrollment Services (Green Hall) to discuss financial aid

Important: Please do not sign any paperwork given to you by your internship placement site. Please bring all documents given to you by your placement site to the internship office to be reviewed by a staff member.

The Washington Center Program • •

15-credit internships available in Washington DC through The Washington Center (www.twc.edu) TWC has as an earlier deadline and a different application procedure. Please speak with an intern advisor for further details.


INTERNSHIP STEP-BY-STEP 1 ___ Complete an online application NOW NOW: http://www.uri.edu/internships/internshipapplication. http://www.uri.edu/internships/internshipapplication By completing the online application you will receive weekly e e-mails mails of new internship listings! 2 ___ Attend an Information Session held daily at 1:00 in the Roosevelt Hall 1st Floor Lounge 3 ___ Meet with an academic advisor to determine your amount of available free elective credits 4 ___ Start the search for your Internship • RhodyNet – Internship & Job Search Database http://career.uri.edu to register and/or access your account. nt. Click on the “Student” RhodyNet Oval in the top left corner of the page. • www.internships.com – Visit www.internships.com to register or vis visit it the University of Rhode Island Welcome Page: http://www.internships.com/welcome/universityofrhodeisland o Click on “Sign Up for Free” in the upper right hand corner of any page. o Complete the form by entering your first and last name, email, and create a password. o Make sure to select our school location and school name from the My Profile area under “Education” once you have registered. • Internship Website- Check out internship opportunities by major http://www.uri.edu/internships/explore • Internship Advisors –Internship ship advisors are available to assist you with your search. • Searching on your own – Network! Consider personal contacts (family, friends, peers, professors, etc.), visit specific agency websites, explore job search resources: o National Internship Search En Engines: www.internshipprograms.com, www.job-hunt.org, www.job www.internweb.com, www.internjobs.com, www.collegegrad.com (be sure to use the advanced search feature & select internships only), www.bigapplehead.com (internship search engine for students looking to intern in Boston, New York, and Washington D.C.) o Explore the major job search resources: www.monster.com, www.careerbuilder.com, www.hotjobs.com, www.google.com, www.yellowpages.com, www.craigslist.com o More information available on finding an internship on your with the OIEE Advisors 5 ___ Apply/Interview for positions and ask yourself: • • • • • • •

Is this an opportunity that will help me further my career goals? Could I learn from and work well with this supervi supervisor? Does this environment suit my personality and will I enhance my skills? Do I feel safe in this environment? Will I have an adequate amount of work to do and will I enjoy the work? Do I agree with the goals and mission of the agency? Am I selecting this internship for the right reasons?

6 ___ Accept an internship position and ask your placement supervisor to complete the Supervisor Paperwork (Can be found in our office and on the “Forms” section of our website) 7 ___ Make an appointmentt to meet with an Advisor. Appointment can be made in 139 Roosevelt Hall or call 874-2160. *Your completed supervisor paperwork must be submitted PRIOR to this meeting* • Advisement: Discuss career plan, academic plan, credit options, receive help, etc. • Registration: Receive permission numbers/paperwork to register for credits/seminar • You must bring a copy of your driver’s license and car insurance to the registration


TO FINALIZE AN INTERN INTERNSHIP, YOU MUST COMPLETE YOUR PAP PAPERWORK ERWORK AND REGISTER WITH OUR INTE INTERN RN ADVISORS BY:

SPRING 2012…………………. JANUARY 18TH SUMMER 2012………………………MAY 15TH We look forward to working with you!


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