Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Internship Opportunities

Internship Upgrade: Jump-Start Your Internship Search Certificate Program

This program is intended to "jump-start" your internship search by providing helpful tips to conduct a successful search.  Completing four easy (and impactful!) steps will earn you a professional padfolio, certificate and t-shirt to reward you for your effort. For more information & to register: Ter.ps/InUp

Careers4Terps Internship Posting Deadlines Coming Up!

There are almost 300 internships in Careers4Terps with an application deadline coming up in the next two weeks between Tuesday, February 18-Sunday, March 2.  Some internships include opportunities with: Amnesty International, Smithsonian Institution, Federal Trade Commission, Macy's and many more! 

Internship Interviews: How to Stand Out from the Competition TODAY
Tuesday, February 18, 2014 * 4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. 
University Career Center & The President's Promise (3100 Hornbake Library, South Wing)

When searching for internships, it is important to effectively articulate your experiences in an interview setting. This interactive session will help students learn about different types of interviews (in-person, phone, Skype, group, etc) and how to effectively handle each one. We will also discuss the power in story telling and provide an effective formula to help your story stay on track. This session is intended to be fun and provide students with an opportunity to practice!  RSVP for this event: Click Here to RSVP

Spring Mock Interview Clinic TOMORROW
Wednesday, February 19, 2014 * 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
University Career Center & The President's Promise (3100 Hornbake Library)

Would you like to gain valuable interviewing tips from employers BEFORE the interview? Come and meet with employers from a variety of sectors and practice your interviewing techniques with them in order to prepare for the real thing!
and sign up for a time.  Or, we will take same-day walk-ins on a first come, first serve basis to fill empty slots. Please be aware that there is no guarantee you will be able to walk in and be seen at that time.

This Week's Employer Networking Sessions

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Friday, February 21, 2014

Opportunities with Google!

BOLD Discovery - For Current Freshmen
The Google BOLD Discovery application is now live! Building Opportunities for Leadership and Development (BOLD) Discovery is a two-day interactive conference at Google New York that provides first-year students who are traditionally underrepresented in technology an introduction to our organizational structure, business operations and culture. The program will take place from June 19-21. Students can learn more about the program and apply here. The deadline to apply is Sunday, March 16 at 11:59 PT.

Google AdCamp - For Current Juniors
The Google AdCamp application is now live! AdCamp is a three-day program taking place in late August and is open to current third-year undergrads interested in online advertising. The program offers a collaborative curriculum focused on Google's advertising sales and services operations, an overview of Google's ad products and insight into the industry. Students can learn more about the program and apply here. The deadline to apply is Sunday, March 16 at 11:59pm PT.Full link URL: http://www.google.com/edu/programs/adcamp/ 

Tomorrow's Youth Organization (TYO) is recruiting highly qualified and motivated interns interested in:
  • Community development, social work and psychology
  • Women's empowerment through education and economic development
  • Early childhood and youth programming
to work at our flagship center in Nablus (West Bank, Palestine) for our summer session (May-August dates are subject to change).  For more information, please click here.

Beyond the Classroom (BTC): A 3-semester UMD leadership program for juniors and seniors from all majors that combines:
  •  Coursework focused on solving global problems & civic issues
  • A professional internship in the non-profit or public sector
  • Civic engagement & service learning opportunities
  • Career mentoring & making connections with experts
  • A supportive learning community of UMD students from diverse backgrounds
 ...And we offer housing in our exclusive BTC apartments in South Campus Commons. (Note: Living in our housing is not a requirement for joining BTC.)

Learn More & Apply: www.bit.ly/BTC-UMD  

Deadlines to join for Fall 2014:
  • BTC + Housing Deadline (first-come, first-serve if housing is available): February 21, 2014
  • BTC-Only Deadline (if you don't want BTC housing):  Rolling admissions throughout Spring 2014

American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity (ACCE)
is now accepting paid internship applications for Summer 2014. Working one-on-one with their ACCCE mentor, students will interact with our partnership of industries to support policies that promote the use of coal, one of America's largest domestically produced energy resources, to ensure a reliable and affordable supply of electricity to meet our nation's growing demand for energy.  To learn more about the campaign visit www.americaspower.org

The eight-week summer internship program in Washington, D.C. offers a generous stipend, plus a D.C. Metro Card for transportation to the office each day. For more information about the summer internship program and to download detailed program description and application please visit our career website at: http://www.cleancoalusa.org/about-us/careers.  Students interested in becoming an Intern at ACCCE must follow the application process and submit the application and supporting documents no later than March 15, 2014 to intern@cleancoalusa.org

The top 2014 African-American, Minority and Diversity Internship Programs

The New Year is here and many companies and organizations are already accepting applications for their upcoming summer, fall, and winter internship programs.  Here is a list of the top 2014 internship programs for African Americans. 

The Śramani Institute is a nonprofit organization with registered chapters in the United States, Canada, and Bhārat (India). The mission of the Śramani Institute is to realize the inter-connected wellbeing of all human beings, especially those marginalized, within the context of their local ecologies and cultures, as well as the global economy. 

In the Spring 2014 semester, we are focusing on three projects having global impact and that draw from one or more of the following Śramani Institute initiatives: (1) Justice in Laws & Policies Governing Innovation & Creativity; (2) Origins of Knowledge & Science; (3) Wellbeing of Girls & Women; (4) Diversity in Language, Culture, and Knowledge; and (5) Artistic creations that aesthetically manifest expressions and contemplations of living. 

Further details can be found in Careers4Terps.  Application deadline is Feb. 20.

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