- College Internship
- Dartmouth-Hitchcock 2020 Undergraduate Summer Internship ProgramDartmouth-Hitchcock 2020 Undergraduate Summer Internship Program – Posted by bridgetjfox
Are you interested in working in the healthcare industry, while gaining valuable work experience, and benefiting from bringing the academic study to practice? Join the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Paid Summer Internship Program for undergraduate and graduate students. Internship sites will be available in a variety of operational, research, administrative and clinical tracks. We are looking for college students who are ready to put your academic studies into action to some of healthcare’s biggest needs and challenges. Some of our internships for college students are project and problem-solving based, while others are focused on operational experience and career exposure. In addition, as part of a cohort, you will participate in a series of workshops for personal and professional development, mentoring, and networking opportunities. Qualifications: At least one year of undergraduate coursework Availability to commit to the full 10 week program You must arrange your own housing Eligible for employment in the United States Successfully complete the D-H pre-employment screening process including criminal background check and drug screen Dates and Hours: June 1 to August 7, 2020 Minimum 30 hours per week Schedule typically M-F with hours between 7am-5pm, but specific schedule will be arranged with placement site
- Date Posted
- 4 Feb 2020
- College Internship
- NH Insider’s Guide Development – Project-Based InternshipStay Work Play NH – Posted by Stay Work Play NH
Time will be spent in a combination of regularly scheduled in-person co-working sessions with Stay Work Play staff and other interns, and working remotely, as well as periodic attendance at statewide business and college events, and other meetings. What you’ll learn: This internship is ideal for students with an interest in and/or those studying travel and tourism, marketing, communications and/or business. Among many other things, Stay Work Play can help you learn about the opportunities available in New Hampshire, and provide valuable professional experience to make you more competitive after you graduate. This will provide an opportunity to add a professional project to add to your resume or portfolio. Responsibilities: Research and identify places and opportunities in New Hampshire that are attractive to young people to be used to create Regional Insider’s Guides; providing a “locals” perspective to those that are looking to relocate to the state or explore a new region. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to: adventures, food, nightlife, cultural and recreational activities, transportation, events, where to make connections, etc.; Develop and organize content for the each of the guides – streamline layout, design, formatting, etc.; Coordinate timely and effective communications with those that are outside contributors to ...
- Date Posted
- 3 Feb 2020
- Post Grad Internship
- Winnipesaukee Blue CrewLake Winnipesaukee Association – Posted by ptarpey
Post Grad Internship
The Lake Winnipesaukee Association is seeking two half-time (22.5 weeks) Lakes Region Conservation Corps members to provide technical assistance to residents, businesses, communities, and organizations located in the Lakes Region in order to increase awareness, prevention, and remediation of nonpoint source pollution. The Lakes Region Conservation Corps – Lake Winnipesaukee Association Program runs from May 20 through October 24, 2020. Location: Gilford, NH; however, position requires travel throughout the Winnipesaukee watershed. Winnipesaukee Blue Crew: LWA AmeriCorps members will expand and build on lake protection programs in three main areas: water quality monitoring, education and outreach, and lake management and implementation activities. The Winnipesaukee Blue Crew will support and implement conservation activities in the Winnipesaukee watershed, including, but not limited to: • ‘Keep Winni Clean – Put a Sock in it!’ Continue working with local marinas and boat owners to promote the use of bilge socks or pads to reduce oil and gas from contaminating the lake. • Coordination and facilitation of our lake monitoring program including expansion of cyanobacteria monitoring. • Winnipesaukee Blue Program – education and outreach activities targeted to residents and businesses throughout the watershed. Activities include conducting residential property assessments and providing homeowners with recommendations for lake-friendly living practices to keep Winnipesaukee Blue. • ...
- Date Posted
- 25 Feb 2020