Kennedy Center Institute for Arts Management Internships

Kennedy Center Institute for Arts Management Internships and Jobs
The Kennedy Center Institute for Arts Management is now taking applications for winter/spring internships. Internships may be available in advertising, development, local and national education programs, National Symphony Orchestra, press relations, production, programming, technology, volunteer management, and finance.

The internship is open to current college juniors or seniors, students working on their Master's degree, or students who have graduated from college within the past two years. It is a 16-week unpaid internship for students interested in gaining experience in the performing arts industry. Students work 20-40 per week at the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts. In addition, they will be able to attend various performances at the Kennedy Center.


William Randolph Hearst Endowed Fellowship for Minority Students

William Randolph Hearst Endowed Fellowship for Minority Students and Jobs
The Aspen Institute Program on Philanthropy and Social Innovation (PSI) in Washington, DC, offers the William Randolph Hearst Endowed Fellowship three times a year in the Fall, Spring and Summer. As a Hearst Fellow, interns will work 12-15 hours a week in the social sector. This fellowship is open to minority undergraduate or graduate students.

Interns are paid a stipend to work at the Aspen Institute office. Here they will learn more about public programs, including non-profit, philanthropy and other social programs. Their work will involve research, writing, logistical, and administrative activities that support PSI. In addition to a stipend, students may also receive academic credit.


Center on Budget and Policy Priorities Internship Program

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities Internship Program and Jobs
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities Internship Program offers paid intern positions in the Fall, Spring and Summer for students interested in a career in public policy. Internships are available to undergraduate students, graduate students, students with a Bachelor's degree and students with a degree in law.

Internships last about 10-12 weeks and include both part-time and full-time positions. Internship areas include Media, Federal Legislation, Health Policy, Housing Policy, International Budget Partnership, Food Assistance, National Budget and Tax Policy, Outreach Campaigns, State Fiscal Project and Welfare Reform and Income Support Division.


Smithsonian Minority Awards Program

Smithsonian Minority Awards Program and Jobs
Minority students interested in an internship at The Smithsonian may apply for a position in the Minority Awards Program. Internships are full-time, 10-week positions offered in the Fall, Spring and Summer.

Applicants can be undergraduate or graduate students who have a grade point average of 3.0 or above. They must be interested in the museum field or doing research at the Smithsonian. Majors can include anthropology, archaeology, biology, astronomy, animal behavior, and other related fields.


SiriusXM Satellite Radio Internships

SiriusXM Satellite Radio Internships and Jobs
SiriusXM Satellite Radio Internships offer Fall, Spring and Summer internships for college students interested in a career in radio broadcasting. The internships are unpaid but offer college credit.

Recruiting for Fall internships is now in progress. Opportunities include sales and marketing, finance, information technology, sports and music broadcasting, public relations, programming and human resources. Internships may also be for specific programs, such as Howard Stern, Ron and Fez, or Opie and Anthony shows.


Intel Software Engineering Internships

Intel Software Engineering Internships and Jobs
Intel Software Engineering Internships are offered to college students working on their Bachelor's, Master's and Ph.D. college degrees. Qualifying students must be majoring in Computer Science and can be first or second-year students.

The program is called The Intel's Early Internship for Software Engineering (IRISE). By offering the internship to students in their early college years, students are able to quickly apply their learning to real world applications in software engineering. Students must have a grade point average of 3.0 or above and be quick learners. Internships are available during the Summer and Fall.


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