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Inside Lacrosse Internship

Posted on December 24, 2009 8:11 PM |Permalink |Comments (0)

http://blogs.insidelacrosse.com/2009/12/21/join-us-its-bliss-inside-lacrosse-2010-internship-opportunities/

Marketing and Communications Internship

Posted on March 25, 2009 8:42 PM |Permalink |Comments (0)

Baltimore Washington Medical Center

Marketing and Communications Internship

Job: Summer internship (unpaid, for credit only)

Address: Baltimore Washington Medical Center, Department of Marketing and Communications, 301 Hospital Drive, Glen Burnie, MD 21061.

Hours: Normal department hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. We are willing to work with the intern on schedule, but we would prefer a minimum of 12 hours a week.

Description: We invite you to join the Marketing and Communications Department at Baltimore Washington Medical Center, a thriving community hospital in the Baltimore Washington corridor that is part of the University of Maryland Medical System. We are looking for a communications student who is quick on his or her feet, up to date on the latest social media sites, has excellent interpersonal and writing skills and is willing to learn more about healthcare while promoting what our growing medical center has to offer. As an intern, you will learn about all aspects of the department – advertising, media relations, internal communications, physician relations, community outreach, graphic design and Web maintenance.

Qualifications: High school diploma or GED required. Enrollment in Bachelor’s degree program or Bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism, or related field preferred. Knowledge of social media Web sites and word processing/computer skills including Excel, PowerPoint and Microsoft Outlook preferred. Excellent interpersonal, organization, writing and communication skills required, as is the ability to interact with area residents, physicians and staff in a professional and courteous manner. A valid Maryland Driver’s license is also required.

Background: Baltimore Washington Medical Center (BWMC) is a 298-bed acute care hospital that is part of the University of Maryland Medical System. BWMC sees more than 19,000 inpatients a year and more than 90,000 Emergency Department patients a year. In 2007, Solucient® named BWMC a “100 Top Hospital®,” an honor recognizing hospitals that have achieved excellence in clinical outcomes, patient safety, financial performance, efficiency, and growth in patient volume. The medical center also recently expanded its Emergency Department (one of the busiest in the state) and opened a new patient care building, with 111 private patient beds and increased critical care capacity. A new obstetrics unit is scheduled to open in the fall.

To apply: Please send resume, cover letter and references to Allison Eatough, manager of public relations and communications at Baltimore Washington Medical Center. Email: aeatough@bwmc.umms.org. FAX: 410-595-1958.


Allison Eatough
Manager, Public Relations and Communications
Baltimore Washington Medical Center
Phone: 410-787-4375
Fax: 410-595-1958
aeatough@bwmc.umms.org

INSIDE LACROSSE EDITORIAL INTERNS NEEDED

Posted on November 20, 2008 1:38 PM |Permalink |Comments (0)

Inside Lacrosse Multimedia Spring 2009 Internships
Multimedia
InsideLacrosse is looking for video interns for the spring semester of
2009.We are looking for students and/or professionals to help create content
thatwill be uploaded to our video player. Specifics tasks will include
filminglacrosse games and interviews with coaches and players, editing
footage intogame highlights or features, and uploading to ILTV. Applicants
must have some previous experience with Final Cut Pro editing software.
This is a great opportunity to build college credit and a demo tape for your
future. This is an unpaid internship with an emphasis on providing college
internship hours, so we are flexible with tight schedules. Please send
resumes to joe.sweeney@insidelacrosse.com.

Editorial
Inside Lacrosse magazine and InsideLacrosse.com are seeking editorial
interns for spring 2009. We are looking for students and/or young
professionals to provide editorial content for both Inside Lacrosse magazine
and InsideLacrosse.com with a focus on the ’09 NCAA season.
This is a great opportunity to build college credit and a writing portfolio
in a competitive environment.
This is an unpaid internship with an emphasis on providing college
internship hours, so we are flexible with tight schedules. Please send
resumes and appropriate writing clips to gshannon@insidelacrosse.com.

Exciting TV Programming/Production Internship!

Posted on November 12, 2008 2:58 PM |Permalink |Comments (0)

Television Programming Internship

Retirement Living TV is seeking an intern for the Programming Department. The Programming Intern will work to support the Programming Department by communicating with the in-house production teams, as well as researching competitive programming strategies. The Programming Intern will attend and participate in the Production Development meetings and the Program Strategy meetings.

Duties

• Track Nielsen rating results
• Research competitive program strategies
• Update program software with episode descriptions
• Compile weekly program descriptions
• Track and document commissioned show delivery
• Communicate with the in-house production teams on planned studio dates and delivery of completed episodes
• Light general administrative duties

Qualifications

• Ability to prioritize workload and meet deadlines
• Attention to detail
• Ability to work independently
• Interest in the Production/Programming division of television

About the Learning Experience

The Programming Intern will gain experience by attending the Production Development meetings and Program Strategy meetings, as well as have the opportunity to contribute to the program planning. In a rapidly growing company, this internship presents an ideal learning environment for the daily procedures behind running a television network

Contact: Kathy Raab (kraab@rl.tv)

****WBAL INTERNSHIP*****

Posted on August 4, 2008 11:42 PM |Permalink |Comments (0)

WBAL is looking for interns for "The Shari Elliker Show" which airs daily from 9-12 noon. Duties include: Assist with show prep to include researching topics and guests. Help during the show with emails and gathering additional information on topics as needed. Hours are 8am -1 pm. All applicants must be 18 years of age and enrolled in a media or journalism program. Start date: ASAP.

contact Dr. Loviglio if you're interested...
loviglio@umbc.edu

*******98 Rock Internship******

Posted on July 9, 2008 3:27 PM |Permalink |Comments (0)

This from 98 Rock Promotions:

I take on the interns for the promotions department at 98 Rock and it is the time for me to start interviewing. I would appreciate it if you have the chance to mention us if your students are looking for an internship. Our interns help execute our events. They will get to help plan and set up promotions for our clients, work live remotes, and have the chance to sit in with our sales department and in the studio.

If anyone is interested please have them email me at Jdeike@hearst.com or fax their resume to 410-675-7946. They can also check out the website for more information at www.98online.com.

Thanks,
Jessica Deike
98 Rock Promotions
410-338-6248
Jdeike@hearst.com
410-338-6248
Jdeike@hearst.com

Internship---paid--sorta---clean energy!

Posted on May 27, 2008 6:48 PM |Permalink |Comments (0)

OIL CHANGE INTERNATIONAL
CAMPAIGNS & OUTREACH INTERNSHIP

Work in a fun, fast-paced small non-profit with energetic, talented professionals. Take ownership of exciting outreach events and support staff on a range of program, outreach and fundraising projects.

Oil Change International campaigns to expose the true costs of oil and facilitate the coming transition towards clean energy. We are dedicated to identifying and overcoming political barriers to that transition.

DURATION & Location
Flexible begin and end dates; now accepting applicants for Summer 2008. Hours are flexible and will range from 20-40 hours per week. - Position based in Washington, DC.

COMPENSATION
Monthly $1000 Stipend provided. College credit if your institution permits.

RESPONSIBILITIES
- Develop OCI online outreach by assisting the reorganization and design of the OCI website, identifying tools for online visibility, and managing OCI's presence on Facebook, MySpace, Change.org, and other Web 2.0 outlets.
- Support OCI fundraising by processing donation acknowledgment letters and tshirt orders, investigating leads on individual high donors, and developing branding items.
- Assist OCI membership and program management by conducting routine list maintenance, assisting with materials development, and providing assistance as needed on administrative tasks.
-Assist & participate with OCI Staff on program & actions, from development to implementation, as needed .

QUALIFICATIONS
- A strong interest in and knowledge of current energy, environmental and peace issues;
-commitment to progressive politics & values:
- Outstanding writing and communication skills;
- Strong organizational skills;
- Experience with Web 2.0, HTML, or database management;
- Flexibility and a sense of humor a must.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
To apply, please email resume, cover letter, 3 contacts for references, and a short (less than 2 page) writing sample to Trina Zahller at info@priceofoil.org.

--
Nadine Bloch
Oil Change International
202-518-9029 office
202-412-7611 mobile
nadine@priceofoil.org
www.priceofoil.org

***PAID INTERNSHIPS FOR MINORITY FRESHMAN AND GRADUATING HS SENIORS**

Posted on April 8, 2008 10:49 PM |Permalink |Comments (0)

http://www.emmabowenfoundation.com/

CHECK THIS OUT--VERY COOL OPPORTUNITY. IF YOU FIT THE CRITERIA AND ARE
INTERESTED CONTACT ME ASAP SO WE CAN GET THIS APPLICATION GOING!
DEADLINE IS APRIL 18TH!

**Summer Internship at Jesuit School in Baltimore**

Posted on April 8, 2008 10:44 PM |Permalink |Comments (0)

Dear Friends,

I write to inform you about an internship available at Cristo Rey
Jesuit. This would be a great position for a current college
upperclassman who is in the area for the summer. Katie Dumais served
as the intern last summer. She did a fantastic job, and gained
valuable experience. She was able to finish her work early enough to
take a vacation before starting up with her fall college schedule
again.

The intern will start in the beginning of the summer. His or her
primary responsibility will be to work with students' families to fill
out scholarship applications. He or she would have the opportunity to
learn about a development operation and to work directly with
families. The intern would work about 10 to 15 hours per week, during
work hours. The exact times are flexible.

For a more detailed description of the position, please feel free to
contact Jessica Wescott, Director of Development. She can be reached
at jwescott@cristoreybalt.org or (410) 727-3255, ext. 1006. Thank you
for your assistance!

Many thanks for considering this great opportunity.

Sincerely,
John W. Swope, SJ
Cristo Rey Jesuit High School
420 S. Chester St.
Baltimore MD 21231
V: 410 727 3255
F: 443 573 9898
C: 410 812 4473
jswope@cristoreybalt.org
www.cristoreybalt.org

To learn more about Cristo Rey Jesuit High School, visit us at
www.cristoreybalt.org; and to read more about the Cristo Rey model of
education, consider purchasing the soon to be released book, More than
a Dream. More than a Dream documents the improbable and inspiring
start-up and success of the original Cristo Rey model high school in
Chicago in 1996, and the growth of the network of 19 Cristo Rey
schools around the country. To find out more, visit www.morethanadreambook.com.

Baltimore Symphony Public Relations Internship Summer 2008

Posted on March 13, 2008 6:35 PM |Permalink |Comments (0)


BSO Public Relations Internship—Summer 2008

Posted: March 12, 2008
Proposed term: May through August 2008 (or beyond, some flexibility)
Weekly hours: 12-15 hours/week
Compensation: $50/week; parking pass (if applicable); access to BSO concerts and events; academic credit if applicable
Location: Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore
Open to: Students who have completed at least 2 years of college; graduate students

About the BSO: The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is internationally recognized as having achieved a preeminent place among the world's most important orchestras. The 2007-2008 season marks the orchestra’s first season with Music Director Marin Alsop, who made international headlines in 2005 when she became the first female to lead a major American symphony orchestra. The BSO performs year-round at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall (Baltimore, Md.) and at the Music Center at Strathmore in North Bethesda, Md. Concerts and series include a full range of classical series, pops programming, family and youth concerts, special events and presentations.

About the PR department: The BSO public relations department is responsible for the organization’s public image and for strategic media relations surrounding all Orchestra programming, special events, presentations, major announcements and more.

The PR intern's responsibilities include:
· Writing and editing monthly calendars and press releases
· Participation in publicity planning and strategy sessions
· Preparation, organization and distribution of press clippings and other press materials
· Light clerical work
· Projects as assigned, based on department needs and intern’s interests

As the internship progresses, intern may participate in:
· Development of feature story ideas
· Pitching local media
· Writing of additional press materials, publications pieces, etc.

This is an excellent opportunity for those interested in learning about media relations, or the workings of a major symphony orchestra or a nonprofit organization. The PR intern is supervised by the Publicist, and also works with the PR & Publications Coordinator and the VP of Public Relations.

Ideal candidates will have: strong writing, organizational and interpersonal skills; basic facility with computers and technology; impeccable attention to detail; positive energy and a willingness to “pitch in” wherever needed. The position requires flexibility and the ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment. An interest in symphonic music or the performing arts is helpful, but not required. Candidates should also have an interest in gaining valuable and direct experience in the PR office of a major performing arts organization.
* * * * * * * * *
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, résumé and writing sample(s) (2-5 pages in length) to BSO Publicist Michelle Pendoley, mpendoley@BSOmusic.org. Cover letter should address why the applicant is interested in the position, what s/he hopes to contribute and what s/he hopes to learn from the experience. No phone calls please. The department’s goal is to interview qualified candidates and select an intern by late April.

***Marketing Internship*****

Posted on January 25, 2008 4:01 PM |Permalink |Comments (0)

***This just in*** contact me (Jason Loviglio) if you decide to apply.


Marketing Internship Available
Creative design and marketing studio has an intern position available for a highly motivated marketing student. Tasks will include new business generation through research via the web and follow-up telephone contact, tracking leads through ACT! and maintaining and creating new marketing databases, plus some office work. Knowledge of printing or print production is a bonus. We are looking for someone who is a self-started and able to work efficiently on their own. Hours are flexible.



Best regards.


Deborah Rudmann

we help our clients see what they have to say...

Paine Bluett Paine, Inc.
301.725.7274
301.725.7872 fax
deborah@pbpstudio.com

find your visual voice...

http://www.pbpstudio.com

****HUMAN RIGHTS CAMPAIGN INTERNSHIP****

Posted on December 21, 2007 2:23 PM |Permalink |Comments (0)

This from a recent UMBC Alum and Media Studies Certificate student:


I'm just finishing up an internship with the Human Rights Campaign and they are searching for a new intern. I was hoping you could pass along this opportunity to those you think might be interested. I've spent the last six months here and it's a great place to work. They have a fully outfitted production studio. You learn multiple aspects of production and post-production (learn to use Avid Adrenaline!) with a lot of hands-on experience, all while contributing to a great non-profit group. Charlie Nordstrom, the Media Center coordinator, has been a good teacher and a lot of fun to work with. Below is a link for more information about the internship and how to apply. Generally they target undergraduates, but also take recent grads.

http://www.hrc.org/about_us/5589.htm

XM Radio Internships*********

Posted on December 21, 2007 2:21 PM |Permalink |Comments (0)

XM Internships:
http://www.xmradio.com/about/internships.xmc

Paid DC Internship --Alliance for Nuclear Accountability--Deadline November 2nd !

Posted on November 1, 2007 4:17 PM |Permalink |Comments (0)

[Please forward this job posting to potential candidates and note the Friday, November 2 nd application deadline. Thanks]

Alliance for Nuclear Accountability
Washington, DC Intern Job Description

The full-time intern will be hired for a six month term, beginning in November and ending in April, and based in the Washington, DC office of the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability (ANA). ANA is a progressive network of 35 organizations working in the shadows of the nuclear weapons complex to protect public health and the environment by addressing nuclear weapons and waste issues. The Intern's primary responsibility will be to support ANA in the organizing of its annual DC Days advocacy program, making arrangements for congressional visits, organizational meetings and receptions. Additionally, the intern's responsibilities will be to support the work of ANA and its member organizations and assist the Program Director in the daily and program operations of the DC office. The Intern will work under the direct supervision of the Program Director, and will make periodic reports to the Director.

Key Responsibilities

DC Days (65-70%). Working with the DC Days planning committee, the Intern will be given extensive responsibilities for organizing ANA's annual DC Days, including:

* All logistical arrangements for this five day event
* Facilitate grassroots activists' participation
* Arrange congressional and administrative meetings
* Organize Congressional reception
* Organize educational training event

Issue Work (15-20%)

* Attend DC meetings and hearings for informational, coordination, and research purposes
* Assist in tracking legislation and reporting to ANA members
* Assist with maintenance of ANA website
* Conduct research and write reports, as needed

Administrative Work (10-15%)

* General office administration tasks, including: answering phones, copying, filing
* Help maintain office supplies
* Backup of computer files

Salary

$1,600 per month stipend.

Contact

Alfred Meyer, Program Director
202-544-0217 x 180
ameyerananuclear.org

To apply:
Please email: cover letter, resume, a 3 to 5 page writing sample and 3 references.

Deadline, November 2, 2007

***NEW*** RL TV Production Internship

Posted on September 30, 2007 2:09 PM |Permalink |Comments (0)

Network Production Intern

Retirement Living TV informs, involves, and inspires adults 55+ by creating programming specifically for them. Some of the topics showcased include health, lifestyle, finance and politics and often incorporates engaging stories about ordinary people who lead extraordinary lives. As the new voice of a generation largely ignored by the television industry, Retirement Living TV not only changes the way adults 55+ watch TV, but will also help transform the way they live their lives.

Network Productions touches every part of the network and is the support structure of the network. We produce everything from specials to short segments and we are the home of all the show pilots for the network.

Job Summary:
Interns will rotate through the aspects of production from beginning to end, and even reversioning completed projects. Interns will be paired with numerous producers throughout their internship. Their role is to assist the producers with all of the concurrently running projects at Network Productions. Interns will be helping in the field, the studio, with legal binders, assisting production management, observing edits, writing, and other tasks as our productions require.

Location:
RLTV Corporate offices: 8825 Stanford Blvd, Suite 200 Columbia, MD 21045

Compensation: University Credits

Education & Experience:
The ideal candidate is a mass communications or media major and possess a keen interest in television production. No experience is needed but we strongly suggested that applicants have a working knowledge of the foundations of television production.

Requirements:
The intern should be able to work 10 to 20 hours a week with possible weekend shoots. A good candidate is someone who pays attention to detail, is highly organized, posses a deadline mentality, is very dependable, can adapt to working in a high-paced environment, is willing to be flexible and has good sense of humor.

Contact:
Rod McDonald
rmcdonald@rl.tv
410-910-2710

****Fall 07 (sorta paid) internship at BSO ***

Posted on September 19, 2007 11:00 AM |Permalink |Comments (0)


BSO Public Relations Internship—Fall 2007

Posted: September 18, 2007
Proposed term: early October to December (or beyond, some flexibility)
Weekly hours: An average of 20 hours per week, plus occasional concert duty
Compensation: $50/week, parking pass (if applicable) plus access to BSO concerts and events; academic credit if applicable
Location: Position is based at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore
Open to: Students who have completed at least 1 year of college; graduate students

About the BSO: The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is internationally recognized as having achieved a preeminent place among the world's most important orchestras. The 2007-2008 season marks the orchestra’s first season with Music Director Marin Alsop, who made international headlines in 2005 when she became the first female to lead a major American symphony orchestra. The BSO performs year-round at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall (Baltimore, Md.) and at the Music Center at Strathmore in North Bethesda, Md. Concerts and series include a full range of classical series, pops programming, family and youth concerts, special events and presentations.

About the PR department: The BSO public relations department is responsible for the organization’s public image and for strategic media relations surrounding all Orchestra programming, special events, presentations, major announcements and more.

The PR intern's responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Preparation and distribution of press clippings
• Writing and editing monthly calendars and press releases
• Organizing distribution of press materials
• Participation in promotional planning and strategy sessions
• Developing feature story ideas
• Working with journalists, photographers and television camera crews
• Projects as assigned, based on department needs and intern’s interests

Intern will also assist with clerical and general public relations tasks. This is an excellent opportunity for those interested in learning about media relations or the workings of a major symphony orchestra. The PR intern is supervised by the Publicist.

Ideal candidates will have: strong writing, organizational and interpersonal skills; basic facility with computers and technology; impeccable attention to detail; positive energy and a willingness to “pitch in” wherever needed. The position requires flexibility and the ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment. An interest in symphonic music or the performing arts is helpful, but not required. Candidates should also have an interest in gaining valuable and direct experience in the PR office of a major performing arts organization.

* * * * * * * * *

Interested candidates should submit cover letter, résumé and writing sample(s) (2-5 pages in length) to BSO Publicist Michelle Pendoley—mpendoley@BSOmusic.org.

Programming Internship at RLTV STARTS THIS FALL! ACT NOW !

Posted on August 9, 2007 10:22 AM |Permalink |Comments (0)

Programming Internship

Retirement Living TV is seeking an intern for the Programming Department. The Programming Intern will work to support the Programming Department by communicating with the in-house production teams, as well as researching competitive programming strategies. The Programming Intern will attend and participate in the Production Development meetings and the Program Strategy meetings.

Duties

• Track Nielsen rating results
• Research competitive program strategies
• Update program software with episode descriptions
• Compile weekly program descriptions
• Track and document commissioned show delivery
• Communicate with the in-house production teams on planned studio dates and delivery of completed episodes
• Light general administrative duties

Qualifications

• Ability to prioritize workload and meet deadlines
• Attention to detail
• Ability to work independently
• Interest in the Production/Programming division of television

About the Learning Experience

The Programming Intern will gain experience by attending the Production Development meetings and Program Strategy meetings, as well as have the opportunity to contribute to the program planning. In a rapidly growing company, this internship presents an ideal learning environment for the daily procedures behind running a television network.

Contact

Brittany Yoder
Programming Coordinator
Retirement Living TV
8825 Stanford Blvd. Suite 200
Columbia, MD 21045
byoder@rl.tv
www.rl.tv

Communications Intern

Posted on August 8, 2007 3:29 PM |Permalink |Comments (0)

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources seeks a communications intern. This is an excellent opportunity for a current college student or recent college graduate to strengthen their writing and communication skills and learn more about Maryland’s natural resources.

The intern will assist with writing magazine articles, press releases, proofing, editing, staffing press and outreach events, and graphic design (with appropriate skills). Other duties associated with the position will also include administrative duties such as answering information requests from the public or media received through internet, mail, or telephone.

The Office of Communications has a vital role in supporting the Department of Natural Resources as it preserves, protects, enhances and restores Maryland's natural resources for the wise use and enjoyment of all citizens. The Intern will gain valuable experience in public relations and the communications.

Compensation is $9 per hour. Preferred start date is August 15th. Applicants must be able to work at least 20 hours per week late August through December 2007. Please email a resume, cover letter, and writing sample (5 pages or less) to ocampbell@dnr.state.md.us.

Ad Sales Intern at RLTV

Posted on August 7, 2007 9:04 PM |Permalink |Comments (0)

Ad Sales Intern needed to support VP of Ad Sales and Mgr of National Ad Sales at Retirement Living TV at their Columbia MD offices. Travel scheduling and trip preparation, correspondence, record keeping, media kit preparation and package shipments, media duplication, online research and data compilation. Our network is a ground breaking enterprise creating original programming; the result of the vision of John Erickson of the Erickson Retirement Communities and the founder of Erickson School at UMBC. The Ad Sales Intern will be helping to create a smooth running sales team for Retirement Living TV. Please visit our website www.rl.tv to learn more about RLTV.

New internship opportunities in marketing, design at UMBC

Posted on August 7, 2007 3:03 PM |Permalink |Comments (0)

Marketing Internship
The Office of Student Life, Office of Institutional Advancement, and The Commons, commonvision are seeking student interns to be a part of the marketing agency. This agency is responsible for marketing and publicity for major campus programs and student life under the guidance and supervision of the Associate Director of Student Life, the Associate Director of Marketing, Coordinator of commonvision. There are two different opportunities within this internship – designers (print and multimedia) or project managers.
Job Description:
Interns will have the opportunity to develop and sharpen skills in a variety of areas including:
conducting social research
writing and editing
developing a marketing campaign
creating publicity pieces
working on a team
attend campus events
strengthening communication skills
balancing student needs with the Office of Student Life needs in regards to marketing
using various graphic software programs
participating in weekly team meetings

Designer Qualifications:
We are seeking interns who have some familiarity with marketing concepts. Candidates must be
creative, have good oral and written communication skills, and be able to work effectively with others as a team. Ideally, candidates will have experience with graphics software programs such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Quark/InDesign. Multimedia software knowledge is a plus (web and video programs). GPA requirement 2.5.

Project Manager Qualifications:
We are seeking interns with good interpersonal, organization and management skills. Project managers should be creative thinkers who can organize a team and have an interest in learning about branding and marketing techniques. Candidates must have good oral and written communication skills, and be able to work effectively with others as a team. GPA requirement 2.5.
Hours: Each intern is expected to work between 12-15 hours each week. Schedules may change some from week to week depending on the status of each project in relation to the pre-established time-line.
Compensation:
Interns may receive academic credit for the internship through the Shriver Center/academic department or receive payment starting at $7.50 an hour. Interns either receive pay or credit, not both.
Questions:
Lee Calizo 410-455-1754 HTUhawthor@umbc.edu
Dave Daniel 410-455-6885 ddaniel@umbc.edu
Laura Schraven 410-455-1884 lauraschraven@umbc.edu