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Vine Maple Internship
The intern will receive supervision and direction while working directly with single parents and their children who are facing homelessness.
The intern will attend Program Team meetings, receive training on self-care,
trauma-informed practices, and leadership, to develop skills required to begin
to apply this to their daily work.
Working directly with staff, the intern will train in direct service activities and interact with families, children and/or parents.
Position includes a ministry component specific to recognizing their calling.
This role is foundational to the success of vulnerable and homeless single parents and their children, in reaching their goal of self-sufficiency and stable housing while in the program.
Internships are available in the following four areas:
Children & Youth (2 part-time, 1 full-time)
Housing Stability & Intake (1 full-time)
Education & Training (1 full-time)
Counseling & Behavioral Health (1 part-time)
Assignment of work is based on which area the intern works in.
The location is usually in MAPLE VALLEY, WASHINGTON.
Send inquiries to Jill Sytsma at JillS@VineMaplePlace.org
New York Mets Summer Internship Program is available for college students who are rising Juniors, Seniors, and graduate students. The internships run from May to August every summer. Internships run 13 weeks and are full-time, paid positions. Interns make a valuable contribution to the team. Internship areas include Accounting, External Affairs and Community Outreach, Human Resources, Metropolitan Hospitality, Procurement, Project Development, Tickets Sales & Services. Part-time internships are offered in Corporate Partnerships, Marketing & Communications, and Media Relations.
The OWN Internship Program is a 10-week paid and for-credit learning experience at the Oprah Winfrey Network television channel. Internships are for current undergraduate or graduate college students. Applicants must have completed at least their sophomore year in college before applying. They must also have a grade point average of 3.0 or above. All interns must be able to work 15 hours or more per week and receive college credit for the internship. Interns receive hands-on training, challenging project work, and networking opportunities.
Ellen DeGeneres Show Internship opportunities are available in the Fall for students interested in being an intern on the Ellen DeGeneres Show. The location is Warner Brothers Studios in Burbank, California. Students must be 18 years old or older. Interns work in various departments that include audience, research, human interest, production, and web. They may assist with audience attendance, researching questions for guests appearing on the show or monitoring comments on the web. Interns also get an opportunity to see many celebrities as their job takes them to different places around the Warner Brothers production lot.
Los Angeles Dodgers Internship is looking for a college student to work for the summer as a Baseball Operations & Research Associate. The associate will be responsible for compiling statistical baseball data. Students applying must have a strong interest in baseball and be familiar with baseball data (Pitch f/x, Hit f/x, Field f/x and Trackman). Computer skills are a must, particularly SQL, Excel, R, STATA, SAS or other statistical software. Attention to detail, programming and database skills are required.
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The Minority Access Internship Program offers spring, summer and fall internships for college sophomores, juniors, seniors, graduates, and professionals. All internships are paid and include stipends, travel expenses, and housing assistance. It is open to all students; minorities are encouraged to apply. Students must be enrolled full-time at an U.S. accredited college or university and have a grade point average of 3.0 or above. Interns are placed in positions with various government organizations and corporations where they will receive hands-on experience working in a professional environment.
The CONAN Internship Program is open to top students interested in gaining hands-on experience in the area of late night television. Candidates must be current undergraduate or graduate students receiving college credit for this Internship.
CVS Health has a highly-rated internship program for both undergraduate students as well as MBA and Master's degree students. This is an internship opportunity for college students to participate in a multi-dimensional program at the largest pharmacy in the United States. Summer internships and year-round internships are available. Internship programs include health-related internships for pharmacy, healthcare operations, dietetics and nutrition, nursing, optometry, and nursing students, as well as corporate internships for students interested in the areas of administration, analytics, marketing, finance, information technology, and law.
NASCAR Diversity Internship Program is a 10-week, full-time, paid summer work opportunity for deserving students with an interest in the NASCAR industry, who are of Alaskan Native, American Indian, Asian/Pacific Islander, African American, Hispanic, or of other racial minority descent. Students must have an interest in the NASCAR industry. This exciting program is available to students with a grade point average of 3.0 or above who have completed their sophomore year in college. They must currently be enrolled in either an undergraduate or graduate college program. Students receive competitive pay, tickets to a NASCAR Nextel Cup Series race, and help with housing.
General Motors Internships offer opportunities for college students to use their classroom skills in a real work environment. Internships are available in the areas of communications, finance, information technology, marketing, engineering, manufacturing, health and safety. Students receive competitive pay and are exposed to hands-on company projects. From developing budgets and health and safety processes, to working on labor relations, researching industry and consumer trends and new product development, students receive challenging experiences in the automotive industry.