See below for recent postings of jobs and internships available to English Majors. For more information about internships for credit during the academic year, please see here.
L.O.V.E. Mentoring Program – Development Intern Position
The Latinas On the Verge of Excellence - L.O.V.E. Mentoring Program supports and
empowers young Latinas to strive both in school and in life by providing positive role
models. The L.O.V.E. Mentoring Program is currently looking for an intern to provide
support to the organization's fundraising efforts, including grant writing and researching
potential donors. The intern will work 10 hours per week.
L.O.V.E. Development Intern responsibilities
• Provide support with on-going development activities,
including grant writing support and program marketing
• Conduct research on potential donors, strategic partners, markets and industries
• Help in developing fundraising events
• Maintain donor files and other development materials
• Outstanding writing and research skills
• Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications
• Be available a minimum of 10 hours per week
• Commit to work for the organization for a semester
To apply for the L.O.V.E. Development Internship, please send a resume and
cover letter to us, at email@example.com
2017 PAID SUMMER INTERNSHIP
COORDINATE OCA-NY ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN ADVOCATES' 11TH ANNUAL HATE CRIMES PREVENTION ART PROJECT
OCA-NY is looking for a college student or recent college graduate for a full-time summer internship position to coordinate OCA-NY's 11th Annual Hate Crimes Prevention Art Project. While 2017 marks the 35th Anniversary of Vincent Chin's death, the same xenophobic hatred is reemerging in today's divisive political climate. Now, more than ever, this Project is needed. This Project involves coordinating and training of diverse high school teenagers from select youth organizations on hate crimes and using art as a tool to prevent hate crimes. These youth will then devise the rules of a city-wide hate crimes art contest, advertise the contest, judge the submissions, and plan the opening of the Art Exhibit, which is the culmination of the Art Project. For more background about the history of the project, please go to www.oca-ny.org.
Dates of Internship: May 25 - August 14, 2017
Stipend: $2,750 (includes local travel expenses)
Application Deadline: Monday, April 17, 2017, 6 p.m. EST
Please send a cover letter, current resume and essay (500 words maximum) on why you should be selected for this position, include names and contact information of two references: one from someone who is knowledgeable about your character and leadership skills and one from a professor that has taught you within the last year. E-mail cover letter, resume, essay and references to firstname.lastname@example.org. Indicate in the subject line: "OCA-NY Hate Crimes Project Summer Internship-then put your name."
Interviews: April 24-27, 2017 (phone or in-person interviews in Manhattan, NY)
* Commitment to social justice issues
* Experience in facilitating youth projects
* Leadership experience in student organizations
* Ability to work independently and be a self-starter
* Flexible schedule, some weekends and nights are required
* Work well with diverse student groups (ethnic, economic, social)
Part Time Position for NYU Students - Brooklyn Campus
New York University’s Institute for the Study of Decision Making (ISDM) is launching a major new human health and behavior study, The HUMAN Project, and is seeking a part-time office administrative assistant. The ideal candidate will be goal-oriented, a self-starter with excellent written
and oral communication skills. We offer an exciting environment and are looking for a highly motivated and detail-oriented person with the ability to take on new challenges. See Organizational Context below to learn more about the study.
Key Duties and Position Responsibilities:
The Office Administrative Assistant will report directly to the Program Manager but will also assist members of ISDM’s research and operations staff as needed. This position will include administrative duties such as scheduling meetings, helping to coordinate events, and performing general office tasks. Other tasks and projects are as assigned based on the level of skill observed.
Primary responsibilities include:
Helping to manage our visitors log database
Answering phones in a friendly and professional manner
Assisting the Program Manager with event planning, scheduling meetings, web-based researchingof vendors, prices, etc.
Assisting the Program Manager and other staff with administrative tasks, i.e. filing, scanning,collating, etc.
Daily tasks or longer-term projects assigned
Carrying out all assigned tasks and projects in a timely manner
Assisting and interacting with the staff and guests in a friendly and professional manner
Strong understanding of Microsoft Office
Ability to prioritize tasks and responsibilities
Excellent critical thinking and problem solving skills
Attention to detail
Ability to work at least 20 hours per week for the summer (mid-May to early September)
Experience with Photoshop and/or Adobe Creative Suite
Prior experience in an office setting
Please email the following to email@example.com:
2) Cover letter explaining how your qualifications meet our needs and your summer availability
3) Contact information for 1-3 references.
COLLEGE MAGAZINE STAFF WRITER
We’re seeking writers who are passionate about the college experience. College Magazine writers capture student life through weekly articles. The position begins with a 7-week writer training to tackle active voice, show vs. tell, interviewing sources and more. Working closely with our editors, writers transform their writing skills and ultimately uncover their voice. Writers also learn social media, branding and SEO tactics necessary for the real world of journalism. The opportunity is 10 hours a week. It's a volunteer, intensive, and challenging writing experience.
Our graduates have gone on to careers at Mashable, Vox, NBC, Seventeen Magazine, U.S. News & World Report, Redbook, National Geographic, Random House, Rachel Ray Magazine and Washingtonian. We welcome applicants from all majors. Previous writing experience for a college-level publication is a plus.
To Apply: Please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline: March 30, 2017 by 6 p.m. EST
FrogTutoring: Hiring Tutors for K-12 & College
* Great pay- Minimum of $30 per session
* Tutors choose which grade level and subjects to tutor
* Tutors create their own schedule
* Driving compensation
* Periodic bonus and Referral bonus.
How to apply:
Learn More: http://frogtutoring.com
PROMOTING AUTHORS FOR ONLINE BOOKSTORE, part-time, project-based
Do you love books, and bookstores? Do you shop for books online? Do you have a background in writing? Then you might want to work for a new online bookstore called www.midcenturybooks.net
Our online bookstore carries an inventory of over 250 books that are new releases, and we are reaching out to these authors for a series of interviews, book readings, and a variety of other publicity, which will be featured in our blog. Goal is to build mailing list for about 100 of these 250 authors. Getting in touch with authors will involve researching their contact information through many different kinds of social media: websites, blogs, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc. Also to be researched, if needed, is the contact information for their publishers or literary agents.
A love of literature
Background in writing
College student or recent grad
Bookstore experience desirable
Tech savvy, comfortable with social media
Superb research abilities for web searches
Knows Excel, for database of contact info
Position available for immediate start. Project needs to be completed by March 7. Expect this to take 20 or so hours/week for a duration of 2-3 weeks. Questions are welcome. Send resume, or for more information, contact email@example.com.
Volunteer with Let's Get Ready this spring as an SAT and College Access Coach
Let's Get Ready (LGR) is a dynamic and growing nonprofit committed to increasing college access and success for under-served youth. Harnessing the power and expertise of motivated college students, LGR guides and equips high school students through the college admissions process. Providing intensive SAT preparation and key assistance with college readiness and financial aid/scholarship opportunities, LGR fills a critical gap in college access support. For more information, visit www.letsgetready.org
Coaches commit to work with their students three hours a week in the evening for nine weeks, starting in early February. Full training is provided and Coaches gain access to a wide network of passionate professionals and college students across NYC.
Visit http://letsgetready.org/GetStarted/Coaches/ to apply - Have questions? Email NYU@letsgetready.org to learn more
The Bronx Institute at Lehman College - ELA tutors
The Bronx Institute at Lehman College is looking to hire math, science, and ELA tutors to offer in-class tutoring to 7th and 8th grade students.
Tutors will be placed in one of our eight partner schools and will assist students in class with questions pertaining to subject material, class assignments, and homework assignments. Tutors will also work one-to-one or in small groups with students who require additional assistance.
The ideal tutor will have:
• Experience working with middle or high school students in a tutoring or teaching capacity
• Mastery in at least one of the required subject areas (pre-algebra, algebra, ELA, and integrated science)
• Experience with standardized test preparation for middle and high school students
• A flexible schedule to work with students during the school day ( at least 2 days per week)
• A sustained commitment to serve in a school for a full academic year
• A passion for closing the educational achievement gap
-All tutors are required to attend an initial (paid) training session prior to placement. Tutors are also required to attend one hour (paid) bi-weekly follow up meetings with their subject coach to debrief and to discuss student progress with the Coordinator of Mentoring and Tutoring Services at The Bronx Institute.
Tutors must possess a bachelor’s degree, advanced degree (preferred), OR be a high performing undergraduate student (senior status) with a demonstrated ability to (1) work with middle school students in a classroom environment and (2) provide tutoring instruction in a required subject area.
$15 p/h undergraduate student or bachelor’s degree
$20 p/h graduate student or advanced degree
Interested candidates should email their resume to Faith Allen, Coordinator of Mentoring and Tutoring Services for the The Bronx Institute at Faith.Allen1@lehman.cuny.edu
Physical Anthropology and Chemistry Editorial, Spring 2017
W. W. Norton, the largest and oldest publishing house owned wholly by its employees, is seeking an intern in its College Digital Media group to assist the Chemistry and Physical Anthropology teams from January to April. This internship will give you the opportunity to work on digital and ancillary resources that complement college Physical Anthropology and Chemistry textbooks, and explore various stages of the publishing process. You will gain experience in a number of editorial projects including, but not limited to, preparing manuscript for copyediting and production, cataloging and organizing digital assets, testing digital content and functionality, and assisting with reviews of content. Please note: NO specific knowledge of Physical Anthropology and Chemistry is required!
Ideal candidates will have an interest in learning more about college textbook and digital media publishing. Applicants should possess strong communication skills and be organized, detail-oriented, and able to work independently in an office environment. Knowledge of Windows OS and Microsoft Office is required.
If interested, please e-mail your résumé and cover letter as an email attachment to: dchiu(at)wwnorton(dot)com
PEN America: A Journal for Writers and Readers seeks Volunteer Interns
PEN America: A Journal for Writers and Readers seeks volunteer interns to assist with production of the magazine, both ink-and-paper and online editions. The journal is published by PEN America, the largest branch of the world’s leading literary and human rights association. Each issue contains a mix of nonfiction, fiction, poetry, conversations, and more. Work from past issues has been selected for Best American Essays, Best American Short Stories, and the Pushcart Prize.
Editorial interns are closely involved with all stages of production on projects including our annual literary journal and PEN America chapbooks. Responsibilities may entail the transcription of literary events and readings, researching, proofreading, fact-checking, processing orders, assisting with mailings, and miscellaneous office tasks. Interns work with journal editors in the PEN office in Soho, where the staff focuses on free expression advocacy, prison writing, literary awards, the World Voices Festival of Literature, and other PEN programs.
Applicants must be curious, eager to learn, very attentive to detail, and familiar with Microsoft Word and the Windows operating system; experience with Adobe Creative Suite is useful. Previous office experience, either in publishing or nonprofit organizations, is also desirable. Excellent communication skills and an interest in literature and writing are a must. Interns are expected to work between 8 and 15 hours a week.
E-mail cover letter and résumé as attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
PEN America is an equal-opportunity employer that does not discriminate in its hiring practices and, in order to build the strongest possible workforce, actively seeks a diverse applicant pool.
See more at: https://pen.org/pen-america-journal