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Internship Placements in Human Sciences and Services Fall 2012

Office of Experiential Education & Community Engagement- Internship Program Roosevelt 139 401-874-2160 intern@etal.uri.edu www.uri.edu/internships


STUDENTS WITH SIMILAR INTERESTS HAVE HAD INTERNSHIPS AT THE FOLLOWING PLACEMENTS IN THE PAST YEAR: RI Governor`s Commision on Disability Rhode Island Hospital-Psychology Unit NeuroHealth, Inc. RI Department of Corrections Butler Hospital Yale New Haven Hospital Newport County Commons Mental Health Center for Children Ocean Tides School Community Preparatory School Home & Hospice Care of RI The Groden Center Child Anxiety Program Crossroads Disability Services for Students-URI NCIS Saint Vincent’s South Bay Retirement Living South County Child & Family Consultants Warwick Police Department Children`s Friend & Service-Central Falls Perspectives Corporation The Attleboro Center The Providence Center Child and Family Sandpipers ELC Family Service of RI - Early Intervention Focused Fitness Margaret Bartlett UCSW Midas Project Perspectives Corporation- Sand TurnGray Home

Stonington Public University College URI Women`s Center VA Medical center Wickford Orthodontics YMCA of South County Gateway Healthcare, Inc. Rhode Island Hospital The Providence Center Youth Pride AIDS Care Ocean State Bright Horizons at Wayland Brightside for Families Camp Louemma Child and Family Sandpipers ELC Community Care Services Berkley Hasbro Partial Hospital Program Prevention First Sandpipers Early Learning Center South County Child & Family Consultants South Shore Mental Health The Connection Inc. Child & Family Services DCYF Hasbro Partial Hospital Program RI Commission for Human Rights Bradley School South County Feinstein Center for Service Learning George Wiley Center Southern Rhode Island Volunteers VM Berard School/ NRICS

YOU CAN DO AN INTERNSHIP ANYWHERE IN THE UNITED STATES!

HERE IS A LIST OF RECENTLY POSTED INTERNSHIP PLACEMENTS … BUT IF YOU CAN’T FIND ONE FOR YOU, CREATE YOUR OWNWE CAN HELP YOU BUILD YOUR IDEAL INTERNSHIP!


INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES POSTED IN RHODYNET THIS SEMESTER!

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POSTINGS FROM SEPTEMBER 2011 UNTIL NOW CAN BE FOUND ON THE FOLLOWING PAGES.


WE HAVE ORGANIZED THEM INTO GENERAL CATEGORIES:

COUNSELING, ADVOCACY & PSYCHOLOGY

GOVERNMENT & POLICY

WE ALSO ENCOURAGE YOU TO CHECK OUT THE OTHER “BY MAJOR” ISSUU RESOURCES, AS YOU MAY FIND SOMETHING THAT INTERESTS YOU!


COUNSELING, ADVOCACY & PSYCHOLOGY


ROCKY HILL SCHOOL WWW.ROCKYHILL.ORG

LEARNING DIFFERENCES INTERN Internship Description: Rocky Hill School, in East Greenwich, RI, is a college preparatory, co-educational independent day school serving approximately 300 students across three divisions from preschool through Grade 12. We anticipate an opening for an intern to help service students with mild learning differences. The Academic Center for Enrichment (ACE) provides academic support and tutorial services for students in grades K-12. We are searching for an individual who is currently working towards a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Reading or Special Education. The internship will be available for the 2012-2013 academic school year. This internship would involve specific tasks, which would be supervised by staff members from ACE. Responsibilities and Benefits to the Intern Implement differentiating instruction and remedial techniques in the Lower School to students in Kindergarten through grade 5. Assist with clerical and organizational components of ACE. Provide academic support to students in the Middle and Upper Schools with study and organizational materials developed in ACE. Participate in one-on-one and team-taught instruction designed to advance students with learning differences. Benefits Real-world experience to enhance the art and craft of teaching Resume building Observe master teachers Regular observation and evaluation by teachers of interns in both one-on-one and classroom instruction Exposure to methods such as Orton-Gillingham, Lindamood-Bell, Project Read, and Read Naturally. Utilize instructional technology and devices such as I-PADs, HP TouchSmart 9300, SMART Board, Lexia Reading, Kurzweil, Dragon Naturally Speaking, and Co:Writer.

Qualifications: We are looking for a student who is working towards a Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in Reading or Special Education. Hours per week: 8 Salary/Wage: none Application Instructions: To apply for this internship, please send a resume and letter of interest to Holly Cotta at hcotta@rockyhill.org. For questions, please contact Holly Cotta at 884-9070 ext. 108 530 Ives Rd. East Greenwich, RI 02818 530 Ives Rd. East Greenwich, RI 401-884-9070 ext 108 • hcotta@rockyhill.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 9174 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 EARLY INTERVENTION RECRUITMENT & RETENTION HTTP://WWW.URI.EDU/FRP/EI.HTM

INTERN Internship Description: Early Intervention (EI) is home visiting program for children birth-3 with developmental disabilities and/or delays. Interns working in EI have the chance to shadow an EI therapist related to their discipline. EI therapists can be psychologists, nutritionists, nurses, social workers, educators, special educators, physical therapists, occupational therapists, and speech language pathologists. Therpists may also have backgrounds in human development as well as communicative disorders. Qualifications: Students working towards a Bachelor's or Master's in any of the above mentioned disciplines, or have worked with children for at least 1 year, have the opportunity to complete internships. For those who have a high school dipolma or are working towards their Associate's, internships are available for working in Children with Speical Health Care Needs (CSHCN), a program for children ages 3-21 with developmental disabilities and/or delays. Many of the same shadowing opportunites that are available in EI are available in CSHCN. • Hours Per Week: 20-Aug • Wage/ Salary: none Application Instructions: Please provide your resume with a completed intern contact form, which can be found on our website at http://www.uri.edu/frp/internships.html under "Early Intervention Links" and then "Internship Opportunities." On the intern contact form, please do not fill out the chart that says "Date" and "Notes." 2 Lower College Road Kingston, RI (401) 874-4036 • grant.earlyintervention@gmail.com To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 8936 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

PRESCHOOL SPECIALIST Internship Description: LearningWorks for Kids, an educational technology company that uses video games for teaching thinking and academic skills, is looking for upper-level undergraduate or graduate students to fill our Summer 2012 Preschool Specialist positions. Interested students will have the opportunity to become an expert in this area and apply this knowledge in their role as an educator or psychologist in the area of preschool and developmental issues. Students will work with psychologists and educators in developing programming for using digital media with preschool students. The internship comes with a small stipend. Students who successfully complete the summer internship will have an opportunity for an ongoing, paid position at LearningWorks for Kids. Qualifications: We are currently looking for students with a strong background in education, human development or psychology who see the value in the use of cell phones, iPods, video games, and other digital technologies to enhance academic skills. We would like someone who has some background with a preschool population. • Hours Per Week: 16-Oct • Wage/ Salary: Internship Stipend Application Instructions: To apply for this internship, send a resume and letter of interest to jdaley@learningworksforkids.com. For questions, contact James Daley at 323-393-3723 or Dr. Randy Kulman at 401-789-1553. 1058 Kingstown Rd. Wakefield, RI 4017891553 • randy@learningworksforkids.com To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 8928 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.


YEAR UP INC WWW.YEARUP.ORG

STUDENT SERVICES INTERN Internship Description: The Student Services Intern is responsible for supporting the Student Services department for the Providence site and working collaboratively with the department manager, director and coordinator. The Student Services Intern will assist in meeting with and recruiting a robust, diverse pool of young professionals for each class. S/he will also assist with coordinating community resources. The successful candidate for this position is detail oriented and extremely organized. S/he must also be flexible enough to work in a fast-paced, growing environment. In keeping with Year Ups values, the Student Services Intern will also interact with students as an advocate, participating in creating and sustaining a positive educational environment, with trust among students, faculty and worksite leaders. Qualifications: Professional and positive customer service-driven approach Outstanding writing, verbal and interpersonal communication skills with an ability to connect with people from a variety of backgrounds A creative, resourceful, responsive style with a strong attention to detail and follow-through and the ability to work independently and as a team player Demonstrated success building, managing and growing meaningful, confidential relationships with a wide range of constituents in the Rhode Island community Highly developed project and time management skills Ability to learn new tasks quickly and juggle multiple priorities High level of proficiency in Microsoft Word required; experience with PowerPoint, Outlook and database software preferred A passion for working with urban youth and an unshakable belief in their potential A strong work ethic and positive attitude, with a willingness to be flexible and do whatever it takes to get the job done Prior admissions experience helpful, but not required 1 years professional work experience required • Hours Per Week: 16 + • Wage/ Salary: n/a Application Instructions: Please email a resume and thoughtful cover letter, outlining how your skills and experience meet the qualifications of the position and stating how you heard about this opportunity, (both in Word format), to John-Marra Youte at jyoute@yearup.org, subject line "Student Services Intern." Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. 10 Dorrance St, Suite 1108 Providence, RI 401-421-7819 • jyoute@yearup.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 8299 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.


COMMUNITY CARE SERVICES HTTP://WWW.COMMUNITYCARESERVICES.ORG

PERFORMANCE AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT INTERN Internship Description: This position is a wonderful opportunity to get a broad range of knowledge about programs in the social service, behavioral health, and child welfare industry, and to learn about regulations and best practice service and treatment models available. Some of the learning and growth opportunities within Community Care Services that an intern in Performance and Quality Improvement (PQI) would experience are: - Assist PQI staff with creating program specific protocol and guideline manuals (assemble manuals, copy documents, ensure regulatory compliance) - Compile best practice information on a number of services, treatment modalities, standard operating procedures. - Assist PQI staff with compiling quarterly outcome reports for PQI committee presentation. - Assist with creation and maintenance of documentation binders for all committees related to accreditation process, e.g. Environmental Safety, Performance and Quality Improvement, Clinical Committee. Community Care Services is a large, nonprofit human services agency with thirty very diverse programs located throughout Southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The agency has over 450 employees and 250 volunteers, including interns. Please visit our web site, www.communitycareservices.org to learn more about the agency.

Qualifications: organized candidate who has an interest incollecting and implementing "best practice" information. • Hours Per Week: 15-20 • Wage/ Salary: unpaid Application Instructions: Potential interns may contact: Susan Furtado, Director of Performance and Quality Improvement, Community Care Services Phone: 508821-7777, Ext. 728 sfurtado@communitycareservices.org 70 Main St. Taunton, MA 508-821-7777, Ext. 451 • jkeiper@communitycareservices.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 718 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.


COMMUNITY CARE SERVICES HTTP://WWW.COMMUNITYCARESERVICES.ORG

ATTLEBORO CENTER SPECIAL EDUCATION INTERN Internship Description: The Attleboro Center is a 12-bed Community Based Acute Treatment (CBAT) facility located in Attleboro, Massachusetts. The program provides acute psychiatric stabilization services to adolescents between the ages of 12-18 years. The Attleboro Center offers an abbreviated yet comprehensive on-site tutoring program for all its residents. The tutoring program is facilitated by a certified classroom teacher and is conducted Monday through Friday from 9:00-11:00 am during the regular school year. We are seeking student interns who would be available to assist with the facilitation of daily tutoring as well as be available to provide individual tutoring/academic assistance to residents in the program The special education internship position will provide students with the opportunity to: - Work with a diverse adolescent population with a range of psychiatric and behavioral needs. - Assist with the development and implementation of lesson plans. - Learn and utilize effective behavior management techniques in a classroom setting. - Provide individual tutoring to residents requiring additional assistance. Attleboro Center is a program of Community Crae Services, a large, nonprofit human services agency with thirty very diverse programs located throughout Southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The agency’s 450 employees and 250 volunteers, including interns, assist approximately 10,000 people every year. Our services are utilized by every age group from newly born infants to frail elders. Please visit our web site, www.communitycareservices.org to learn more about the agency. Qualifications: Interns should have an interest in and sensitivity toward - the population that this program serves. Community Care Services requires a Criminal Offender Record Investigation (CORI) which may take 2 weeks for some programs. other requirements include Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) training, as well as tuberculosis screening at some programs. We will arrange for completion of all your requirements. • Hours Per Week: 10 • Wage/ Salary: unpaid Application Instructions: For additional information on any of these positions, or to apply for an internship, please contact: Christin Cranshaw, Director The Attleboro Center 200 South Main Street Attleboro, MA 02703 508.226.6031 x15 ccranshaw@communitycareservices.org 70 Main St. Taunton, MA 508-821-7777, Ext. 451 • jkeiper@communitycareservices.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 721 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.


COMMUNITY CARE SERVICES HTTP://WWW.COMMUNITYCARESERVICES.ORG

OUTPATIENT CLINICAL INTERN Internship Description: Community Care Services is a large, nonprofit human services agency with over thirty very diverse programs located throughout Southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The agency has over 450 employees and 250 volunteers, including interns. Please visit our web site, www.communitycareservices.org to learn more about the agency. Responsibilities/educational opportunities for clinical interns: Conduct clinical intake meetings * Conduct individual and group therapy* Develop treatment plans* Participate in discharge planning* *All clinical tasks will be under the supervision of a licensed clinician for at least 2-3 sessions, or until such time as the supervisor feels the intern can conduct / complete independently. Qualifications: Requirements for clinical interns: Be enrolled as a second year student in a Masters Program, either in Social Work or Counseling. Be consistent in attendance Attend required training Attend weekly staff meetings Attend clinical supervision with on-site advisor Maintain and follow agency policies • Hours Per Week: Flexible • Wage/ Salary: unpaid Application Instructions: Contact: Dr. Robert Frazier Director, Outpatient Clinics & Home Based Services 70 Main Street Taunton, MA 02780 508-821-7777 x350 rfrazier@communitycareservices.org 70 Main St. Taunton, MA 508-821-7777, Ext. 451 • jkeiper@communitycareservices.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 724 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.


COMMUNITY CARE SERVICES HTTP://WWW.COMMUNITYCARESERVICES.ORG

ADMINISTRATIVE/EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT INTERN Internship Description: This position is a wonderful opportunity to get a broad range of knowledge about programs in the social service, behavioral health, and child welfare industry, and to learn about financial analysis, real estate/facilities management, regulatory and best practice service and treatment models available. Some of the learning and growth opportunities within Community Care Services that an intern in our Executive Offices would experience are: - Assist Senior Management staff in creating and maintaining tools in analyzing utilization data, using Excel, Access, or other financial database software. - Compile best practice information on a number of services, treatment modalities and standard operating procedures. - Assist staff with compiling analysis on financial and utilization data for review with Senior Management. This will involve the creation of new spreadsheets or data entry into existing spreadsheets. - Assist with creation and maintenance of documentation binders and files for Board committees, risk management, facilities and contractual requirements. Community Care Services is a large, nonprofit human services agency with thirty very diverse programs located throughout Southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The agency has over 450 employees and 250 volunteers, including interns. Please visit our web site, www.communitycareservices.org to learn more about the agency. Qualifications: Experience in computer skills is required, including proficiency in Word, Excel and other Microsoft office products. Candidates pursuing degrees in business, finance, management, law, or administrative assistant technical skills are encouraged to apply. • Hours Per Week: 16-20 • Wage/ Salary: unpaid Application Instructions: Potential interns may contact: Brian M Foss, Chief Operating Officer, Community Care Services Phone: 508-821-7777, Ext. 237 Bfoss@communitycareservices.org 70 Main St. Taunton, MA 508-821-7777, Ext. 451 • jkeiper@communitycareservices.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 725 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.


COMMUNITY CARE SERVICES HTTP://WWW.COMMUNITYCARESERVICES.ORG

STARR INTERNSHIP Internship Description: Become a part of a multidisciplinary team serving adolescents and their families. STARR, a program of Community Care Services, is a short-term, co-ed residential stabilization, assessment, and rapid reunification program serving adolescents and families referred by the Department of Social Services (DSS). Residents can remain in placement up to 45 days with the goal of returning to the community with therapeutic supports in place. You will be part of a multidisciplinary team; and will receive individual and group supervision. You will have the opportunity to initiate a creative project that meets the needs of your career goals as well as the needs of our program. Some of the learning and growth opportunities that an intern in the STARR program would experience are: Participation in group and individual therapy Perform intakes Administration of individual and family assessments Clinical documentation Participation in the milieu Community Care Services, the parent organization for STARR, is a large, nonprofit human services agency with thirty very diverse programs located throughout Southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The agency has over 450 employees and 250 volunteers, including interns. Please visit our web site, www.communitycareservices.org to learn more about the agency. Qualifications: Community Care Services requires a Criminal Offender Record Investigation (CORI) which may take 2 weeks for some programs. other requirements include Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) training, as well as tuberculosis screening at some programs. We will arrange for completion of all your requirements. • Hours Per Week: Flexible • Wage/ Salary: unpaid Application Instructions: Contact: Gail Holmes, MS, LMHC STARR (Stabilization, Assessment and Rapid Reunification) Program 543 Newport Avenue Attleboro, MA 02703 508-399-7709, Ext.209 gholmes@communitycareservices 70 Main St. Taunton, MA 508-821-7777, Ext. 451 • jkeiper@communitycareservices.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 729 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.


COMMUNITY CARE SERVICES HTTP://WWW.COMMUNITYCARESERVICES.ORG

CROSSROADS INTERN Internship Description: The Crossroads program is a behavioral treatment facility for adolescent males ages 13-18. The residents are referred by the Department of Childern and Families and generally exhibit behaviors such as acting out physically, sexually, and verbally. Other issues include substance abuse, educational difficulties, and interactions with the legal system. The program's goal is to assist the adolescent in his efforts to live more responsibly as well as to give him the necessary skills to reintegrate into the community, whether it be an independent living situation or a family. Services include case management, behavioral treatment, psychotherapy, psychopharmacology and aftercare. Some of the learning and growth opportunities at Crossroads that a bachelor-level intern would experience include: - working directly with residents in the milieu utilizing a behavior modification system - being part of a multidisciplinary team involved in decision making for residents and future planning - attending internal case conferences for residents with collaterals and family members - attending and participating in weekly staff meetings - weekly supervision with human service professionals - learning program evaluation methods, data collection, and maintenance of case files - the opportunity to co-lead a therapy group (senior-year interns only) Crossroads is a program of Community Care Services. The parent organization is a large, nonprofit human services agency with thirty very diverse programs located throughout Southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The agency has over 450 employees and 250 volunteers, including interns. Please visit our web site, www.communitycareservices.org to learn more about the agency. Qualifications: Community Care Services requires a Criminal Offender Record Investigation (CORI) which may take 2 weeks for some programs. other requirements include Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) training, as well as tuberculosis screening at some programs. We will arrange for completion of all your requirements. • Hours Per Week: 16-20 • Wage/ Salary: unpaid Application Instructions: Potential interns may contact: Bob Tracy, Director, Crossroads 508-822-2345 x13 rtracy@communitycareservices.org 70 Main St. Taunton, MA 508-821-7777, Ext. 451 • jkeiper@communitycareservices.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 812 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.


COMMUNITY CARE SERVICES HTTP://WWW.COMMUNITYCARESERVICES.ORG

STARR RESIDENTIAL INTERN Internship Description: Stabilization, assessment and rapid reunification (STARR) are the primary components of this 24-hour, 7-days-a-week residential setting for adolescent male and female youth referred by the Department of Social Services. A range of clinical, educational, diagnostic and daily living services will be provided for each youth in the program. Residents can remain in placement up to 45 days with the goal of returning to the community with therapeutic supports in place. Some of the learning and growth opportunities within Community Care Services that an intern in the STARR Program would experience are: - Learn about adolescent development - Assist with collecting and presenting curriculum to adolescents - Assist with administrative tasks including filing paperwork into client records - Co-facilitate psycho educational and life skills groups, special events and recreations - Participate in weekly supervision - Attend trainings on topics such as substance abuse, domestic violence, mental health and medical issues - Assist with a comprehensive network of services, including community living, behavioral treatment, therapeutic recreation, and family, group and individual counseling - Assist clients achieving goals in community living, counseling, life skills, health education, vocation and hobbies. Qualifications: psychology, sociology • Hours Per Week: Flexible • Wage/ Salary: unpaid Application Instructions: Potential interns may contact: Anna Ostrander, Program Director, STARR 543 Newport Avenue; Attleboro, MA 02703 Phone: 508-399-7709 x202 Fax: 508-399-6064 aostrander@communitycareservices.org

Community Care Services, the parent organization of STARR, is a large, nonprofit human services agency with thirty very diverse programs located throughout Southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The agency has over 450 employees and 250 volunteers, including interns. Please visit our web site, www.communitycareservices.org to learn more about the agency. 70 Main St. Taunton, MA 508-821-7777, Ext. 451 • jkeiper@communitycareservices.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 1716 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.


COMMUNITY CARE SERVICES HTTP://WWW.COMMUNITYCARESERVICES.ORG

HILLSIDE ADULT DAY HEALTH INTERN Internship Description: If you wish to work in a caring environment with frail elders and disabled adults and would like to better understand the effects of aging on a diverse population, Hillside Adult Day Health Program provides a wonderful learning opportunity. Each participant is provided with an array of services such as the opportunity for socialization, peer interaction, health assessment and education, medication management and encouragement to reach and maintain maximum independence. Hillside also provides a memory disorder unit that is a calm, safe environment and provides specialized care for those with memory impairments. Along with these services for our participants, their families receive support, respite and education. Hillside Adult Day Health Center offers a variety of learning and growth opportunities for interns: Work with staff in providing counseling, case management, advocacy and other supportive services to participants. Observe and assist with intake assessments and discharges when needed. Attend and participate in staff meetings. Learn about Alzheimer’s and other dementias. Shadow Social Worker during community visits of prospective participants and to discharge planning meetings at rehab facilities for current clients returning to adult day health. Community outreach activities including bringing marketing materials to various potential referral sources. Assist with administrative tasks such as arranging transportation, faxing doctors and collecting data for quality assurance. Attending community meetings at area agencies that also provide assistance to seniors and disabled adults. Perform basic filing and organizing duties. This is an excellent opportunity for students looking for an idea of what it is like to work in a medical/social service setting while getting support from a great and knowledgeable staff. We encourage interns to bring their ideas and talents to share with the Hillside participants and families. Community Care Services, the parent organization of Hillside, is a large, nonprofit human services agency with thirty very diverse programs located throughout Southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The agency has over 450 employees and 250 volunteers, including interns. Please visit our web site, www.communitycareservices.org to learn more about the agency. Community Care Services requires a Criminal Offender Record Investigation (CORI) which may take 2 weeks for some programs. Other requirements include Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) training, as well as tuberculosis screening at some programs. We will arrange for completion of all your requirements. Potential interns may contact: Helen Stradone 50 Walton Street; Attleboro, MA 02703 (508) 226-6150 FAX: 508-223-4141 Qualifications: Qualifications: Interns should have an interest in – and sensitivity toward - the population that this program serves. • Hours Per Week: Flexible • Wage/ Salary: Unpaid Application Instructions: Potential interns may contact: Program Director 50 Walton Street; Attleboro, MA 02703 (508) 226-6150 FAX: 508-223-4141 70 Main St. Taunton, MA 508-821-7777, Ext. 451 • jkeiper@communitycareservices.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 3868 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.


COMMUNITY CARE SERVICES HTTP://WWW.COMMUNITYCARESERVICES.ORG

COMMUNITY BASED SERVICES CLINICAL INTERN Internship Description: Community Care Services is a large, nonprofit human services agency with over thirty very diverse programs located throughout Southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The agency has over 450 employees and 250 volunteers, including interns. Please visit our web site, www.communitycareservices.org to learn more about the agency. Community Care Services has Home Based Services that provide clinical, case management and mentoring services to service recipients in their homes and in the community. Home Based Services maintains offices at two locations: 275 North Street, New Bedford, MA 02740 140 Park Street, Attleboro, MA 02703 Hours are flexible, supervision can be provided Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8:30 am - 6:00 pm. Requirements for clinical interns: Be enrolled as a second year student in a Masters Program, either in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling Psychology or Mental Health Counseling. Be consistent in attendance. Attend required training. Attend weekly staff meetings Attend clinical supervision with on-site advisor. Maintain and follow agency policies. Reliable transportation Valid Driver’s License. Proof of Current Auto Insurance. Responsibilities/educational opportunities for clinical interns: Conduct clinical intake meetings * Conduct individual and group therapy* Develop treatment plans* Participate in discharge planning* *All clinical tasks will be under the supervision of a licensed clinician for at least 23 sessions, or until such time as the supervisor feels the intern can conduct / complete independently. Community Care Services requires a Criminal Offender Record Investigation (CORI) which may take 2 weeks for some programs. Other requirements include Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) training, as well as tuberculosis screening at some programs. We will arrange for completion of all your requirements. Contact: Dr. Robert Frazier Program Director, Outpatient Clinics and Home Based Services 70 Main Street; Taunton, MA 02780 508-821-7777, Ext. 350 rfrazier@communitycareservices.org Qualifications: Qualifications: Interns should have an interest in – and sensitivity toward - the population that this program serves. Community Care Services requires a Criminal Offender Record Investigation (CORI) which may take 2 weeks for some programs. We will arrange for completion of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) training. • Hours Per Week: Flexible • Wage/ Salary: Unpaid Application Instructions: Contact: Dr. Robert Frazier Program Director, Outpatient Clinics and Community Based Services 70 Main Street; Taunton, MA 02780 508-821-7777, Ext. 350 rfrazier@communitycareservices.org Lindsey Forman, LICSW Director for Community Based Programs Assistant Clinic Director Taunton Mental Health Clinic 70 Main Street, Taunton, MA 02780 Community Care Services Phone: 508-821-7777 x 221 lforman@communitycareservices.org 70 Main St. Taunton, MA 508-821-7777, Ext. 451 • jkeiper@communitycareservices.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 3869 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.


COMMUNITY CARE SERVICES HTTP://WWW.COMMUNITYCARESERVICES.ORG

ED CONSULTATION ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT INTERN Internship Description: Community Care Services’ Educational Consultation Program helps parents and schools work together to develop quality education for students of all ages. We can work with schools to aid them in increasing their capacity to serve all students by offering consultation in program development to principals and program directors and by creating and implementing staff development programs. We believe in the potential of youth at risk; and know that academic success is key to their employability, self-sufficiency and productivity as citizens. We have offered education consultation services for nearly 30 years. Our educational consultation, advocacy and mediation services provided assistance to over 300 students and families in fiscal year 2008. Some of the educational opportunities and responsibilities that an intern in our Education Consultation Administrative Assistant position would experience are: Organize and maintain files. Help to develop marketing materials. Prepare quarterly reports. Search for grant opportunities. Help to prepare grant applications. Organize data collection efforts. Develop mechanisms for analyzing and reporting data. Support staff by facilitating routine office functions (mail, timesheets, routine correspondence). Develop program specific mailing lists This position is a wonderful opportunity to get a broad range of knowledge about programs in the social service, behavioral health, and child welfare industry, and to learn about regulatory and best practice service and treatment models available. Potential interns may contact: Deb Smusz, Vice-President, Community Care Services 70 Main Street; Taunton, MA 02780 508-821-7777, Ext. 252 dsmusz@communitycareservices.org Community Care Services requires a Criminal Offender Record Investigation (CORI) which may take 2 weeks for some programs. Other requirements include Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) training, as well as tuberculosis screening at some programs. We will arrange for completion of all your requirements. Community Care Services is a large, nonprofit human services agency with thirty very diverse programs located throughout Southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The agency has over 450 employees and 250 volunteers, including interns. Please visit our web site, www.communitycareservices.org to learn more about the agency. Qualifications: Experience in computer skills is required, including proficiency in Word and Excel. Candidates pursuing degrees in business, management, human resources and administrative assistant technical skills are encouraged to apply. • Hours Per Week: Flexible • Wage/ Salary: Unpaid Application Instructions: Potential interns may contact: Linda Gowen, BS; Paralegal-Education Consultant 70 Main St. Taunton, MA. 02780 508-821-7777 X 284 lgowen@communitycareservices.org 70 Main St. Taunton, MA 508-821-7777, Ext. 451 • jkeiper@communitycareservices.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 3870 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.


COMMUNITY CARE SERVICES HTTP://WWW.COMMUNITYCARESERVICES.ORG

ATTLEBORO CENTER-CLINICAL CASE MANAGEMENT INTERN Internship Description: The Attleboro Center is an acute residential treatment program providing inpatient psychiatric treatment to males and females ages 12-18. The program is designed as an alternative to psychiatric hospitalization with the goal of assisting youth and their families achieve psychiatric stabilization and receive appropriate, supportive aftercare. Its mission is to serve adolescents who present with acute psychiatric issues and behaviors, and transition them back into the community as quickly as possible. PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTIBILITIES/ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: General Duties and Responsibilities: Dress appropriately and be punctual. Notify your supervisor if you are unable to keep your schedule. Participate in supervision meetings as scheduled Reinforce the program rules and expectations by modeling positive social interactions and reactions. Keep a record of your service hours on the posted form at the program Specific Responsibilities: Assist clinical staff with case management duties and administrative tasks including, but not limited to, collateral contacts, arranging aftercare services, assisting with the implementation of assessment tools, case coordination with funders / managed care companies and coordination of clinical and program paperwork. Facilitate or co-facilitate weekly psycho-educational group for clients Attendance of multidisciplinary team meetings and family/ systems meetings (as applicable) Build rapport with program youth through 1:1 interaction and participation in their milieu services under the guidance of the shift supervisor Be a role model/mentor QUALIFICATIONS (EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE): Participation in a degree program and coordination with your school’s intern/field placement advisor. Excellent communication skills (written, in person and on phone). Sensitivity to the challenges of adolescents and ability to relate to them. Ability to promote a caring and respectful attitude toward clients, staff and other volunteers, respecting privacy and confidentiality. Because you have chosen to intern at one of Community Care Services’ programs, we recognize that you are a generous and caring person who is pursuing their education in a related field and that you have much to offer. We appreciate your contributions; and our staff is committed to providing excellent supervision and support for you. We sincerely feel that interns are members of our team; and we hope that you feel as we do. : Interns provide community service at The Attleboro Center: 200 South Main Street Attleboro, MA 02703 (508) 226-6031 Christin Cranshaw, Director, ext. 15 Janet Cope, LMHC , Clinical Director, ext. 18 The Attleboro Center is a program of Community Care Services. Community Care Services is a non-profit 501(c)(3) human services agency. Our mission is to provide the highest quality counseling, prevention, behavioral health, education, mediation, advocacy, community living and elderly services to all of our clients in a safe and caring environment in order to maximize the potential in all of us. The agency offers over 30 diverse programs throughout Southeastern Massachusetts and parts of Rhode Island, serving over 7,500 individuals each year. Please visit our website at www.communitycareservices.org. Joan Keiper, Director of Volunteer & Intern Services Community Care Services 70 Main Street; Taunton, MA 02780 508-821-7777, Ext. 451 Qualifications: All interns complete an intake and orientation that includes Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) clearance, reference check, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) training, information on Community Care Services’ mission, as well as the program’s place in that mission, including its philosophy, goals and general policies. The OSHA training is repeated annually. Interns performing more than 10 hours per week of service should also to attend additional training and certification, including First Aid and CPR. This training is our gift to you. • Hours Per Week: Flexible • Wage/ Salary: Unpaid Application Instructions: Christin Cranshaw, Program Director 200 South Main Street Attleboro, MA. 02703 508-226-6031 x15 ccranshaw@communitycareservices.org 70 Main St. Taunton, MA 508-821-7777, Ext. 451 • jkeiper@communitycareservices.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 4251 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.


DAY ONE WWW.DAYONERI.ORG

VOLUNTEER ADVOCATE Internship Description: Volunteer advocates provide support, information, referrals and safety planning to victims of sexual assault, domestic violence and hate crimes at hospitals and police departments throughout Rhode Island. Receive 30 hours of training to provide you with the skills, confidence and knowledge that will enable you to work with victims of all ages. Qualifications: You must be 18 and have reliable transportation. There is a particular need for volunteers who are bilingual and able to work with diverse populations. • Hours Per Week: 6.5 • Wage/ Salary: none Application Instructions: Contact Wendy Allmendinger at wallmendinger@dayoneri.org or 421-4100, ext. 146. Visit our website at dayoneri.org/helplineadvocate.htm 100 Medway Street Providence, RI 401-421-4100 • wallmendinger@dayoneri.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 7403 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.


BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF PAWTUCKET WWW.BGCPAWT.ORG

EDUCATION COORDINATOR Internship Description: The Education Coordinator will assist in the planning, implementation of education programs at the Boys & Girls Club of Pawtucket. Additionally, he/she will tutor and/or assist individual members or groups of members with school work and supplementary instructional materials provided by the Boys and Girls Club of Pawtucket.

Qualifications: Skills: Maintain a high energy level; comfortable performing multi-faceted projects in conjunction with day-to-day activities. • Regularly required to speak clearly and hear the spoken word as well. Render excellent judgment skills; selecting the most appropriate course of action in a given situation. • Ability to resolve conflict and potential crises as they arise.

Education: This position requires an Associate’s degree or equivalent and a minimum of two years experience in the field of Youth Development. • Hours Per Week: 15 • Wage/ Salary: 10/hr-12/hr Application Instructions: Please send resume and cover letter to jwyche@bgcpawt.org 1 Moeller Place Pawtucket, RI 401-722-8840 • jwyche@bgcpawt.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 7926 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 FOSTER PARENTS ASSOCIATION WWW.RIFPA.ORG

YOUTH ENGAGEMENT SPECIALIST Internship Description: The RI Foster Parents Association seeks to hire a Youth Engagement Specialist to help build and maintain connections to youth in foster care, youth formerly in foster care, and youth involved with Juvenile Corrections. As part of the Consolidated Youth Services Program (CYS) with DCYF, the Youth Engagement Specialist will help to ensure Rhode Island’s compliance with the federal National Youth in Transition Database (NYTD) requirements and to help connect youth to services and supports. Duties include: Working with CYS staff to schedule and conduct NYTD surveys and Holistic Youth Assessments; helping to locate and maintain contact with youth ages 17-21 years old; meeting with youth in their home, group home, or residential facility; establishing and maintaining relationships with youth, foster parents, biological parents, DCYF staff, and community agency providers; supporting data entry for all CYS programs; helping facilitate the connection of youth surveyed to community resources as needed; and supporting research on outcomes, best practice, and development, as needed. This is an entry level, part-time position. Qualifications: Candidates should possess a high school diploma or equivalent. Must be detail oriented, organized and possess excellent computer skills including web-based software programs, MS Word, Excel and Access. Must have reliable transportation, good people skills, and the ability to work afternoon and evening hours with a flexible schedule. Candidates with prior personal experience in the foster care system strongly encouraged to apply. • Hours Per Week: 20 • Wage/ Salary: TBD Application Instructions: Applicants should send a resume and cover letter by October 28, 2011 to the attention of Victoria Ferrara either by email at Victoria.ferrara@rifpa.org or mail at Rhode Island Foster Parents Association, 55 South Brow Street, East Providence, RI 02914. ~~~ The Rhode Island Foster Parents Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 55 South Brow St East Providence, RI 401-438-3900 x106 • kat.keenan@rifpa.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 7984 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.


PLAN INTERNATIONAL USA WWW.PLANUSA.ORG

PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT INTERN Internship Description: Background Plan is one of the oldest and largest international development agencies in the world. We work in 48 developing countries across Africa, Asia, and the Americas and raise funds in 21 countries. We are an independent, not-forprofit organization without political agenda or religious orientation. More than 1,500,000 girls and boys and their families directly benefit from our grassroots, self-help programs in health, education, water and sanitation, income-generation and cross-cultural communication. Indirect beneficiaries include an estimated further 9,000,000 people living in communities working with Plan. We work to provide a better world for girls and boys around the world, now and in the long-term future. We make this happen by putting their needs and concerns at the center of all our programs and encouraging girls and boys to participate and contribute their ideas and opinions so they are truly heard in their communities. Main Responsibilities of the Job The ideal candidate for this position will work with the Sr. Strategist for New Product Development in support of Plan USA’s strategic priority to develop opportunities for new subscription and unrestricted products for donors. Main responsibilities include: Assists with documenting processes and procedures necessary for effective rollout of new products Assists with researching current project and theme donor giving patterns Helps design evaluation criteria for new products. Helps design and develop promotional strategies for new products and product enhancement Researches websites internally and externally (Plan NOs and peer/competitor organizations) to understand how new products are marketed. Assist with special projects as required. Handles other tasks as assigned. Work Environment. Typical office environment. Key Interactions. Within Plan USA. Sr. Strategist for New Product Development and others in IMC Additional Information. Duration. 20 hours per week for approximately six seven months. This a paid internship Starting time. Position available now Qualifications: A demonstrated commitment to children and their welfare Skills, Knowledge, Abilities. The internship position requires the following skills: Strong reading, writing, and research abilities. Ability to work independently. Competence in Microsoft Office and internet applications. Ability to multitask and prioritize projects. Ability to work well with others. Graduate student in international relations, international development, political science, business, or related field. Excellent research skills. Commitment to follow and promote the mission and values of Plan International. • Hours Per Week: 20 • Wage/ Salary: Hourly pay Application Instructions: Email cover letter, resume, and writing sample to the Internship and Project Coordinator at Samuel.koroma@planusa.org. Visit our website at http://www.planusa.org/who/jobopps.php 155 Plan Way Warwick, RI (401) 737-5770 ext Ext. 1364 • Samuel.koroma@planusa.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon

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BURRILLVILLE FARMER'S MARKET ASSOCIATION HTTP://BURRILLVILLEFARMERSMARKET.ORG/

FARMER'S MARKET INTERN Internship Description: Primary duties of the market intern will be to: --Contact community groups for the purpose of developing an advisory board and adding to the market’s resources. --Create a database with contact information for members, associates, and supporters of the market; make database accessible for all BFMA officers. --Locate, research, and write grants to help pay the Market Manager, assist with long-term goals, and promote community events. --Help plan a winter event to spark interest in the upcoming market season. Primary duties of the market intern will be to: --Contact community groups for the purpose of developing an advisory board and adding to the market’s resources. --Create a database with contact information for members, associates, and supporters of the market; make database accessible for all BFMA officers. --Locate, research, and write grants to help pay the Market Manager, assist with long-term goals, and promote community events. --Help plan a winter event to spark interest in the upcoming market season. --Assist Market Managers in fulfilling other market goals as the need arises. Qualifications: (Note: Candidate must qualify for URI’s requirements for inclusion in its internship program.) --Interest in working with a non-profit --Enthusiasm for farmers markets and locally grown produce --Friendly and professional manner --Excellent verbal and written communication skills --Extremely responsible --Good computer skills --Ability to work independently as well as with a team • Hours Per Week: 16 • Wage/ Salary: None Application Instructions: Please contact Deb Yablonski at burrillvillefma@gmail.com. PO Box 215 Pascoag, RI 401.568.3191 • burrillvillefma@gmail.com To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 8110 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.


YEAR UP INC WWW.YEARUP.ORG

ACADEMIC/ PROGRAM INTERN Internship Description: Intern will assist the Program and Academic Director in special projects such as developing plans for student activities, help strengthen the tutoring program and assisting in mentoring the students. S/He may assist with cross-functional projects as needed. Qualifications: Excellent Interpersonal Skills. Ability to work well within a team environment or independently. Ability to be flexible and work on multiple projects simultaneously. • Hours Per Week: 8 hrs/ wk + • Wage/ Salary: N/A Application Instructions: If interested please send resume to the Program and Academic Director, George Nippo at gnippo@yearup.com 10 Dorrance St, Suite 1108 Providence, RI 401-421-7819 • Gnippo@YearUp.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 8122 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

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY INTERN Internship Description: South County Child and Family Consultants provides a range of psychological services such as counseling, evaluations, therapy, and medication management to children, adolescents, adults, and families. We are looking for interns who are interested in gaining experience working in a psychological practice for this coming semester and even through the summer and next fall. What the internship entails and things you will learn: Direct work with clients Data-entry of psychological test results Test scoring of psychological tests General office support Working directly with mental health professionals Participation in various on-going research projects

Qualifications: Background in Psychology or Education Interpersonal skills Ability to communicate effectively with parents, children, and co-workers Basic computer skills involving Microsoft Office applications • Hours Per Week: 12-Oct • Wage/ Salary: None Application Instructions: For more information, visit our website at www.southcountychildandfamily.com If you are interested, sign up today, call our office at 789-1553, or email Dr. Randy Kulman at randy@learningworksforkids.com. 1058 Kingstown Rd. Wakefield, RI 4017891553 • randy@learningworksforkids.com To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 8145 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.


PLAN INTERNATIONAL USA WWW.PLANUSA.ORG

YOUTH ENGAGEMENT AND ACTION INTERN Internship Description: Job Summary Plan USA, an international child-centered development organization working in 49 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America, seeks a Youth Engagement and Action Intern that will assist the team with research needs and other work within the department. Internship Summary To provide support and input into the Youth Engagement and Action Program, particularly around the development of toolkits and resources about global issues for youth and educators. The goal of the YEA program is to build and strengthen a dynamic, participatory and youth-led grassroots movement that connects young people at the local and global levels and leads to an understanding of, engagement with and action on local and global issues. Interns will be supervised by the Youth Engagement and Action Coordinator and will work closely with the entire YEA staff. MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE JOB: Develop toolkits for middle school and high school youth around global issues such as global poverty and child exploitation. Help coordinate events (YUGA driven etc.) at schools, universities, and other public places. Help create a monthly topic-specific newsletter. Participation in planning and implementing YUGA campaign events. Updating database and social networking pages on a weekly basis KEY INTERACTIONS Within Plan USA. Youth Engagement & Action members. YUGA partners. Plan USA Staff Outside Plan. Plan International staff. Additional Information Duration This is a four month, 15 hours per week part-time internship position based in Warwick, Rhode Island. NOTE: Only students seeking internship for school credit will be considered for this position. Starting time September/October Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Qualifications: Skills, Knowledge, Abilities The internship position requires the following skills: Strong writing skills Basic knowledge of international development Ability to multi-task and be flexible Knowledge of Excel, PowerPoint, MS Word software etc. Web design and multi-media experience a plus Experience in education or schoOl curriculum development strongly preferred • Hours Per Week: 10 - 15 Wage/ Salary: Credit-based only Application Instructions: If you are interested or know a student who is interested in applying for this opportunity please e-mail and cover letter and resume to: Samuel Koroma Internship and Secondment Coordinator Samuel.Koroma@planusa.org 155 Plan Way Warwick, RI (401) 737-5770 ext. 1364 • Samuel.koroma@planusa.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon

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THE HEALTH & WELLNESS INSTITUTE WWW.HWINSTITUTE.COM

HEALTH EDUCATION INTERN Internship Description: We are looking for a motivated individual who is interested in pursuing a career in health education or health promotion. This internship will give you the opportunity to immerse yourself in the field of wellness by exposing you to multiple aspects of the company. As an intern you will: Observe and assist in direct health promotion program delivery to client organizations including corporations, community groups, and municipalities. Conduct ongoing research and maintain current knowledge of best practices, guidelines and current theory in health promotion/education. Provide ad-hoc service as directed by management; work collaboratively with other HWI staff in various departments to ensure objectives are met in a timely, efficient, cost-effective manner Participate in both internal and external meetings and assist with projects/tasks, as needed, for various departments including but not limited to Training, Product Development, Content Services, Fulfillment & Inventory. Improve and enhance your presentation and public speaking skills through a series of trainings and presentations designed to cultivate knowledge of topics such as nutrition, physical activity, stress reduction, etc. Qualifications: Skills needed for this position: Strong motivation skills required to influence and change the behavior of others Exceptional human relations, communications and presentation skills Analytical skills Strong PC skills with knowledge of Word, Excel, PowerPoint Student MUST receive credits for the internship. • Hours Per Week: min.20 • Wage/ Salary: 0 Application Instructions: Please email resume and cover letter to kurt.rix@hwinstitute.com 291 Promenade Street Providence, RI 401-228-1347 • kurt.rix@hwinstitute.com To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon

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YEAR UP INC WWW.YEARUP.ORG

SOCIAL WORK INTERN Internship Description: The Social Work Intern is responsible for supporting the Student Services department for the Providence site. Working collaboratively with the department manager and director, the Social Work Intern will assist in meeting with and recruiting a robust, diverse pool of young professionals for each class. S/he will also assist with coordinating community resources. The successful candidate for this position is detail oriented and extremely organized. S/he must also be flexible enough to work in a fast-paced, growing environment. In keeping with Year Up’s values, the Social Work Intern will also interact with students as an advocate, participating in creating and sustaining a positive educational environment, with trust among students, faculty and worksite leaders. This is a part-time Social Work intern position, reporting to the Student Services Manager of Year Up – Providence. Key Responsibilities: Help evaluate prospective students during the initial intake process. Assist in documenting social work interactions using the organizational database. Participate in one on one meetings with students. Research and identify local high quality resources. Develop successful and trusting relationships with the students and create and sustain an environment at Year Up that supports these relationships. Participation in all team and community activities. May be called on to support other functional areas of program, as needed Qualifications: Professional and positive customer service-driven approach Outstanding writing, verbal and interpersonal communication skills – with an ability to connect with people from a variety of backgrounds A creative, resourceful, responsive style with a strong attention to detail and follow-through and the ability to work independently and as a team player Demonstrated success building, managing and growing meaningful, confidential relationships with a wide range of constituents in the greater Rhode Island community Highly developed project and time management skills Ability to learn new tasks quickly and juggle multiple priorities High level of proficiency in Microsoft Word required; experience with PowerPoint, Outlook and database software preferred A passion for working with urban youth and an unshakable belief in their potential A strong work ethic and positive attitude, with a willingness to be flexible and do whatever it takes to get the job done Prior admissions experience helpful, but not required 3 years professional work experience required Bachelor’s degree required • Hours Per Week: 16 • Wage/ Salary: 0 Application Instructions: Please email a resume and thoughtful cover letter, outlining how your skills and experience meet the qualifications of the position and stating how you heard about this opportunity, (both in Word format), to John-Marra Youte at jyoute@yearup.org, subject 10 Dorrance St, Suite 1108 Providence, RI 401-421-7819 • jyoute@yearup.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon

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URI CENTER FOR NONVIOLENCE & PEACE STUDIES URI.EDU/NONVIOLENCE

NONVIOLENCE & PEACE STUDIES INTERN Internship Description: Interns support the mission of the Center for Nonviolence & Peace Studies (CNPS) by researching particular themes, issues, or regions/countries and by providing logistical support for current projects and upcoming training, education, and outreach efforts. Typical Projects: Assist CNPS in researching and monitoring local, regional, national and international developments in the fields of nonviolence and peace studies, as well as violent conflict at all levels and stages Assist in drafting memoranda and weekly/monthly reports Prepare briefing materials for meetings and off campus engagements. Help to plan, publicize and organize the International Nonviolence Summer Institute Help plan and implement fundraising activities Conduct outreach and produce marketing materials for on and off campus audiences Assist in planning and executing project objectives and CNPS Strategic Plan Attend briefings/meetings of interest and prepare minutes or briefing summaries Remunerations / Time Commitments: Internships with CNPS are unpaid, unless budget and funding can be arranged; some expenses incurred may be reimbursed. Interns are expected to be in the CNPS office 10-20 hours per week depending on their agreed upon responsibilities. Must attend mandatory Center staff meetings. Some responsibilities require interns to be involved in events and programs in the evenings or on certain weekends. Academic Credit: If an applicant’s department, college or university offers academic credit for internships, CNPS will work to match academic requirements with the intern’s duties. Necessary forms from the department, college or university should be submitted upon acceptance to the intern’s program supervisor as well as CNPS. Qualifications: CNPS is looking for internship candidates who have the following skills/background: Strong academic record with demonstrated interest in Nonviolence, Peace, Social Justice, Human Rights, Conflict Studies, and/or International Relations Basic technological proficiency (PowerPoint, Word, Excel, Database, Internet, Web, Social Media) Program development/management experience Advanced research, writing, and analytical skills English proficiency; foreign language skills are encouraged Familiarity with accessing research databases in order to gather information on relevant nonviolence and peace topics Real-world experience: previous work/internship experience and/or studying abroad Ability to work both independently and as part of a team Positive attitude, curiosity, initiative, flexibility, resourcefulness, and enthusiasm for working as a contributing team member of CNPS. Eligibility: Undergraduates Candidates who are completing an undergraduate degree at URI, or from other US or international universities. Graduate Students Qualified applicants must be currently enrolled in, but not yet graduated from either a master’s or doctoral level program Any individual from a related organization, CBO or NGO who is pursuing a goal for deepening their knowledge and experience in the field of nonviolence & peace studies. Candidates must currently reside in Rhode Island and have transportation and convenient access to URI. • Hours Per Week: 20-Oct • Wage/ Salary: Unpaid. Application Instructions: • Applicants should submit a cover letter and résumé to nonviolence@etal.uri.edu prior to the start of the fall semester. CNPS will contact shortlisted applicants shortly thereafter for an in-person or telephone interview. 74 Lower College Road Kingston, RI 4018749037 • nonviolence@etal.uri.edu To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon

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GOVERNMENT & POLICY


CLEAN WATER ACTION OF RHODE ISLAND HTTP://WWW.CLEANWATERACTION.ORG/RI

POLITICAL SCIENCE/ELECTIONS INTERN Internship Description: Assist environmental organization in fall election endorsement cycle. Tasks include recruiting volunteers, data entry, materials development and distribution. Must enjoy politics, the environment and working hard with committed people. Qualifications: strong organizational skills computer skills people skills previous internship or work in either environment, PR volunteer organization. fast-paced, flexible work environment, • Hours Per Week: 10-Aug • Wage/ Salary: none Application Instructions: please email resume and references. 741 Westminster providence, RI 401-331-6972 • lcarson@cleanwater.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 9852 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.


ANTHONY GEMMA FOR CONGRESS WWW.GEMMAFORCONGRESS.COM

CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGN INTERN Internship Description: Anthony Gemma's campaign for congress is seeking interns to assist in all aspects congressional campaign. Opportunities include field, press, research and advance. Interns should be outgoing, well organized and hard working.

Qualifications: Students studying political science, economics, communications, public relations or marketing would be ideal but all backgrounds will be considered. Ideal opportunity for recent graduates and upperclassmen. Some political campaign or related experience preferred but not required. • Hours Per Week: 20-40 • Wage/ Salary: Credit Application Instructions: Please send a cover letter and resume to mgiblin@gemmaforcongress.com TBD Providence, RI 401-421-1776 • mgiblin@gemmaforcongress.com To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 5237 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.


NATIONAL CATTLEMEN'S BEEF ASSOCIATION WWW.BEEFUSA.ORG

PUBLIC POLICY INTERNSHIP Internship Description: The NCBA Government Affairs office in Washington, D.C., is currently looking to hire Public Policy Interns for fall 2012. NCBA offers a unique internship for students interested in the beef industry and national policies. Interns will have the opportunity to engage with NCBA staff on several fronts including policy, communications and membership. Interns will work closely with the lobbying and regulatory teams to advance policies important to the beef industry.

Qualifications: Applicants should be a junior or senior undergraduate student or a graduate student with a background or major in Agriculture is preferred. Excellent research, writing and communication skills desired. Requirements: Agriculture major preferred Must be available for the duration of internship Must have a minimum cumulative 3.0 grade point average Preferably have a background in (or working knowledge of) the cattle and/or beef industry • Hours Per Week: 40 • Wage/ Salary: n/a Application Instructions: To apply: Applications must be received no later than Monday, June 4, 2012 Completed Student Internship Application Unofficial college transcripts Two letters of recommendation Resume All application materials must be submitted to internships@beef.org. 1301 Pennsylvania Ave, NW Washington, DC 202-347-0228 • mgaines@beef.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 7444 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 DEMOCRATIC PARTY WWW.RIDEMOCRATS.ORG

INTERNSHIP Internship Description: Responsibilities Include: Managing targeted precincts and tracking voter contact Recruiting and Training Volunteers Contacting and Persuading Voters Data Entry General Office Administration Organizing and Staffing Events Qualifications: Applicants Should: Have a strong work ethic and ability to multi-task Possess an interest in campaigns and the legislative process. Be highly organized with strong attention to detail. Have strong written and verbal communications skills. Be able to work in a team oriented, fast-paced environment. • Hours Per Week: 15+ • Wage/ Salary: Unpaid/College Credits Application Instructions: To apply, please send a resume, cover letter, and a 1-2 page writing sample explaining why you are a Democrat. Internships are open to part-time and full-time applicants. The internship is unpaid, but college credit will be offered when available. 151 Broadway Providence, RI 401-272-3367 • jboucher@ridemocrats.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 7485 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.


LALLY LAW ASSOCIATES, LLC RIBAR.COM

INTERN ASSISTANT Internship Description: Small Law Office operating in the general practice of law, approx. 15 hours per week, learning and operating in the practice of law from the ground up. Experience commensurate to ability demonstrated. Qualifications: interest in Law • Hours Per Week: 15 • Wage/ Salary: 10.00/hr Application Instructions: Email resume' and brief description 887 Boston Neck Rd. Narragansett, RI 401-792-9090 x 4 • Don@LallyLawRI.com To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 8507 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.


COHN DUSSI & BILODEAU, LLC WWW.CDANDBLAW.COM

LEGAL INTERN Internship Description: Legal Intern to assist busy growing law firm - assisting paralegals in preparing correspondence, data entry. Qualifications: Must be currently enrolled at URI. • Hours Per Week: 10+ • Wage/ Salary: 0 Application Instructions: Please email you resume to abilodeau@cdandblaw.com 931 Jefferson Blvd Warwick, RI 401-737-4003 • abilodeau@cdandblaw.com To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 8624 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.


NATIONAL CATTLEMEN'S BEEF ASSOCIATION WWW.BEEFUSA.ORG

PUBLIC POLICY INTERNSHIP Internship Description: The NCBA Government Affairs office in Washington, D.C., is currently looking to hire Public Policy Interns for summer 2012. NCBA offers a unique internship for students interested in the beef industry and national policies. Interns will have the opportunity to engage with NCBA staff on several fronts including policy, communications and membership. Interns will work closely with the lobbying and regulatory teams to advance policies important to the beef industry.

Qualifications: Applicants should be a junior or senior undergraduate student or a graduate student with a background or major in Agriculture is preferred. Excellent research, writing and communication skills desired. Requirements: Agriculture major preferred Must be available for the duration of internship Must have a minimum cumulative 3.0 grade point average Preferably have a background in (or working knowledge of) the cattle and/or beef industry • Hours Per Week: 40 • Wage/ Salary: n/a Application Instructions: To apply: Applications must be received no later than Monday, March 12, 2012 Completed Student Internship Application Official college transcripts Two letters of recommendation Resume All application materials must be submitted to internships@beef.org. 1301 Pennsylvania Ave, NW Washington, DC 202-347-0228 • mgaines@beef.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 7444 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 DEMOCRATIC PARTY WWW.RIDEMOCRATS.ORG

INTERNSHIP Internship Description: Responsibilities Include: Managing targeted precincts and tracking voter contact Recruiting and Training Volunteers Contacting and Persuading Voters Data Entry General Office Administration Organizing and Staffing Events Qualifications: Applicants Should: Have a strong work ethic and ability to multi-task Possess an interest in campaigns and the legislative process. Be highly organized with strong attention to detail. Have strong written and verbal communications skills. Be able to work in a team oriented, fast-paced environment. • Hours Per Week: 15+ • Wage/ Salary: Unpaid/College Credits Application Instructions: To apply, please send a resume, cover letter, and a 1-2 page writing sample explaining why you are a Democrat. Internships are open to part-time and full-time applicants. The internship is unpaid, but college credit will be offered when available. 151 Broadway Providence, RI 401-272-3367 • jboucher@ridemocrats.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 7485 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.


ELIZABETH BUFFUM CHACE CENTER EBCCENTER.ORG

COURT INTERN Internship Description: Elizabeth Buffum Chace Center: Volunteer Position TITLE: Court Advocate GENERAL SUMMARY Provide confidential support, advocacy, options, and information to victims of domestic violence in the court system. Assist with the completion of court forms, safety planning, and referrals as needed. Reports to the Manager of Advocacy Services. PRINCIPLE DUTIES/ RESPONSIBILITIES Work with victims of domestic violence at the court to provide emotional support, referrals and information about the court process Assist victims in identifying appropriate court and in completion of required paperwork for protective orders. Provide support and information to victims over the phone. Interact with agency staff, court staff and other professionals involved in court cases. May be scheduled for regular weekly shift and/or be on-call for specific assignments. TRAINING AND SUPERVISION Must successfully complete agency volunteer training on domestic violence and court related issues. Must attend monthly supervision meetings. Must attend a minimum of four in-service meetings annually (one/quarter). Qualifications: REQUIREMENTS Must be 18 years or older Commitment and sensitivity to issues related to the needs of victims of domestic violence Ability to be non-judgmental and open-minded when working with victims Ability to maintain appropriate boundaries Ability to work with appropriately with professionals in the court system Ability to problem-solve utilizing critical thinking skills and crisis intervention skills • Hours Per Week: 8-? • Application Instructions: Complete on-line volunteer application at www.ebccenter.org PO Box 9476 Warwick, RI 401-738-9700 • melissaa@ebchouse.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon

Search with the Job Reference Number: 590 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 DEMOCRATIC PARTY WWW.RIDEMOCRATS.ORG

INTERNSHIP Internship Description: Responsibilities Include: Managing targeted precincts and tracking voter contact Recruiting and Training Volunteers Contacting and Persuading Voters Data Entry General Office Administration Organizing and Staffing Events Qualifications: Applicants Should: Have a strong work ethic and ability to multi-task Possess an interest in campaigns and the legislative process. Be highly organized with strong attention to detail. Have strong written and verbal communications skills. Be able to work in a team oriented, fast-paced environment. • Hours Per Week: 15+ • Wage/ Salary: Unpaid/College Credits Application Instructions: To apply, please send a resume, cover letter, and a 1-2 page writing sample explaining why you are a Democrat. Internships are open to part-time and full-time applicants. The internship is unpaid, but college credit will be offered when available. 151 Broadway Providence, RI 401-272-3367 • jboucher@ridemocrats.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon

Search with the Job Reference Number: 7485 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.


NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN, RI CHAPTER WWW.RINOW.ORG

RI NOW ACTION/LEGISLATIVE INTERN Internship Description: The Rhode Island chapter of the National Organization of Women (RINOW) is seeking interns for January 2012 through June 2012, to support our legislative efforts in the 2012 RI Legislative Session. Interns will be responsible for a variety of assignments including administrative support, maintaining a database of legislation, research, drafting testimony and position papers, event coordination and direct contact with state legislators and staff on issues pertinent to RINOW’s mission. The Action intern will also be responsible for social media content, including a monthly e-newsletter, and event coordination. RINOW is a non-profit, volunteer organization with approximately 500 members and supporters in Rhode Island. Our mission is to take action to bring women into full participation in all aspects of public and private life without experiencing barriers based on gender. Because we are a volunteer organization we do not have an office. The ideal candidates will work remotely from their homes or schools. There will be a monthly, in-person meeting and weekly phone meetings with the Legislative Chair or the Vice President of Action, and sometimes the President, to discuss progress and workload. The intern position may provide up to 3 credits for a Women Studies 300 level course or similar course (check with your faculty advisor). 8-9 hours are required a week though the schedule may be flexible. Qualifications: Ideal candidates have an interest in women’s and civil rights issues (though prior experience is not necessary), and a willingness to learn about how they can make a difference through education, outreach and policy. Must be very detail oriented and well organized. Must be able to work independently. Must have own computer (or unlimited access to one) with Word and Excel installed. Excellent writing and editing skills desired. • Hours Per Week: 9-Aug • Wage/ Salary: Unpaid Internship - Earn up to 3 credits for WMST 300 or Similar Course Application Instructions: Please submit a resume and cover letter to RINOW at rdionne@rinow.org. P.O. Box 8413 Warwick, RI 401-338-1128 • rdionne@rinow.org To view this posting on RhodyNet visit http:career.uri.edu & click “Students” in RhodyNet Icon Search with the Job Reference Number: 8277 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 EDUCATION 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 ELECTIVE credits for ITR 302 (field experience) and ITR 304 (seminar) Students earn PASS/FAIL credit for their field experience (3,6, 9, or 12 credits) Students will enroll in a 3-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 6 Credits 9 Credits 12 Credits

100 Hours Total 200 Hours Total 300 Hours Total 400 Hours Total

10 hours per week 20 hours per week 30 hours per week 40 hours per week

+ 3 Credits for the Internship Seminar

Fall/Spring Internship Hours (13 Weeks) 3 Credits 6 Credits 9 Credits 12 Credits

117 Hours Total 208 Hours Total 312 Hours Total 416 Hours Total

9 hours per week 16 hours per week 24 hours per week 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 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: http://www.uri.edu/internships/internshipapplication. By completing the online application you will receive weekly e-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. Click on the “Student” RhodyNet Oval in the top left corner of the page. www.internships.com – Visit www.internships.com to register or visit 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 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 Engines: www.internshipprograms.com, www.job-hunt.org, 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 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 appointment 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 INTERNSHIP, YOU MUST COMPLETE YOUR PAPERWORK AND REGISTER WITH OUR INTERN ADVISORS BY: SPRING 2012…………………. JANUARY 18TH SUMMER 2012………………………MAY 15TH We look forward to working with you!


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