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Location: 1200 W. Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46222

Description: Zoo Internships are open to current college students – who are at least at entering their sophomore year – enrolled in a four-year degree program. Interns serve 20-40 hours per week for 12 consecutive weeks. Positions are experience-based and are therefore unpaid. The Zoo can provide information to assist with your housing and transportation search.
 
Volunteer Management Internship
Join this fast-paced department and take part in all aspects of volunteer management. Help recruit, select, train, motivate and supervise our great group of nearly 900 individuals between the ages of 14 and 95. You will gain administrative and organizational skills, learn about non-profit management and have fun, too! 
 
Paid or Unpaid: Unpaid

 
This is a Remote Position: Route91Strong offers unpaid internships to current students and recent graduates interested in learning the inner workings of a passionate nonprofit organization working to make a difference for survivors of gun violence. The successful candidates will be engaged and understand our cause. Creative, tech-savvy, and multi-tasked individuals with skills in writing, editing, graphics, and visual storytelling. Self-assured in social media and new technology along with a willingness to take initiatives on new projects and ideas. Most importantly, an appreciation to be a part of the contribution of a life-changing non-profit organization.
Paid or Unpaid: Unpaid

 
The Matt Haggman for Congress Campaign is accepting applications for its Summer Congressional Campaign Fellowship. This district is widely regarded as one of the top Democratic pickup opportunities in the country in what will be one of the most competitive and closely-watched races nationally. Matt Haggman is a dynamic, progressive Democrat working to turn a new page in our politics and take back the House. The campaign is looking for highly energetic and motivated applicants to join a team dedicated to driving real change. Description This internship will serve as an excellent foray into federal politics, and interns will walk away with a comprehensive understanding of how an effective congressional campaign should be run�this includes an understanding of political fundraising, field operations, and communications strategy.
Paid or Unpaid: Unpaid

 
Libraries Without Borders is an international non-profit dedicated to expanding access to information, educational, and cultural resources for vulnerable and marginalized communities around the world. Our Washington, D.C. office is looking for a Program Associate Intern for the summer 2018. As a Program Associate Intern, your primary responsibilities will include: - Providing general support to the Executive Director and to the Director of Communications and Advocacy - General administrative tasks around the office; coordinating and organizing logistics - Drafting letters of inquiry and grant requests - Researching funding opportunities and grants - Putting together briefs and taking notes - Providing assistance at events on an as-needed basis - Coordinating with our teams in the field and in our Paris headquarters Preferred Availability: Minimum of eight weeks over the summer. Candidate must be able to come to our office in DC 15 to 20 hours per week; this is a full time internship. Some work may be completed remotely. Stipend : Please note that, as we are a non-profit organization, this is an unpaid internship. Depending on the academic policies of your school, you may be eligible to receive school credit for this internship. We will also gladly provide you with a letter of recommendation upon the completion of your internship.
Paid or Unpaid: Unpaid

 
The internship will provide an opportunity to assist in financial and administrative functions. The intern will also gain a general overview of the Japan Society�s programs and events. Responsibilities may include: � Assist Finance team with annual audit preparation � Prepare, organize and maintain files and reports � Input invoices for payment � Maintain and update databases � Perform various administrative duties as needed � Assist in various projects Time Frame: Winter � Spring 2018 - beginning January 2018 Days per week: 2 days per week, preferably Tuesday and Thursday Salary: This is an unpaid internship. * *Japan Society encourages school credits if available. *Occasional complimentary tickets available to performances.
Paid or Unpaid: Unpaid

 
Disciplines Landscape Architecture, Historic Site Interpretation, Ecological Interpretation, Horticulture, Landscape Management and Landscape Maintenance Description The Fells Historic Estate and Gardens is located on Lake Sunapee in Newbury, NH. It was established in the 1890�s, as a summer retreat, by statesman and diplomat John Milton Hay. After Clarence and Alice Hay inherited the house and property from John Hay, they developed the gardens into a New Hampshire lakeside estate. These historic gardens include: a walled woodland shade garden, a walled rose garden terrace, a perennial border, and a rock garden. Naturalistic gardens include a wildflower meadow and a wildflower woodland walk. Responsibilities This internship is a hands-on opportunity to learn about the day-to-day care of a historic public garden. Daily tasks include, but are not limited to: planting, transplanting, digging, dividing, fertilizing, mowing, trimming, watering, weeding, pruning, brush removal, pest management and waste disposal. Interns also work with and/or direct volunteers, conduct garden tours and trail walks, and assist with special events. Additionally, Interns work with the Landscape Director on a site-based project. These projects have involved historical research, record keeping and plant identification. Interns have created presentation drawings, ecology-based nature trail interpretive materials, garden guides and landscape management plans. Possible projects for this summer include: developing an educational smartphone application for identifying plants in our gardens; renovating a site through invasive species removal and replanting with natives; and creating plans and a cost estimate for a rain garden at the historic cottage site.
Paid or Unpaid: Paid

 
Named one of the Top 10 Non-Profit Internship programs in the United States by Vault*, the Zoo's Internship Program offers a unique opportunity for college students (at least a junior level) and recent graduates to become actively involved in the Zoo's conservation, research, education and recreation efforts. Interns can enhance their knowledge and experience in various animal care and administrative roles.
Paid or Unpaid: Unpaid

 
A brand-new nonprofit centered around arts, community, and policy, is looking for a stellar virtual Public Relations intern. Responsibilities - Formulate public relation plans and strategies. - Support the implementation of promotional plans. - Enhance the company�s voice and presence through online and offline channels. - Manage media relations and requests; present solutions in times of PR crisis. - Write press releases, speeches and other PR copy. - Plan and supervise events, fairs, conferences etc. - Work with business units to determine event budget and manage expenses. - Facilitate the resolution of disputes with the public or external vendors. - Lead survey initiatives and analyze public opinion; assist with sales and market analysis of public relations programs.
Paid or Unpaid: Unpaid

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