Communities In Schools Internship Opportunities

Communities In Schools: Campus-Based Intern

About Communities In Schools (CIS): Children cannot learn at their potential when they are in crisis or face significant non-academic needs. Most students who drop out of school are dealing with multiple problems that present barriers to their education: poverty, unattended health needs, hunger, an unemployed parent, domestic violence.

Our mission:  Communities In Schools of Central Texas surrounds students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.

Communities In Schools is a dropout prevention program. Through campus-based programs and special projects, Communities In Schools creates a network of volunteers, social services, businesses, and community resources that work together to break down barriers and help students succeed.

Communities In Schools of Central Texas serves thousands of children and families every year, providing options where there once were none.

With your support, Communities In Schools can help kids stay in school and become productive members of the Central Texas workforce and community.

 Campus Based Intern Position Description:

As an intern with CIS you will be placed at one of our 61 campuses throughout Central Texas at the elementary, middle, and high school level. You will be supporting the CIS Staff at that campus by:

  • Mentoring or tutoring one-on-one with students
  • Leading student groups
  • Organizing new campus initiatives
  • Administrative duties
  • Other duties and projects as directed by CIS staff

 Intern Requirements:

  1. The candidate is enrolled in a college degree program and serving the hours for class credit, or to gain required clinical hours toward clinical licensure.
  2. The candidate serves a minimum of 10 hours a week for the full duration of a semester
  3. The requirements for the internship or practicum placement are a minimum of 150 hours over the course of one semester
  4. Interns with Communities In Schools of Central Texas must undergo and pass a fingerprint criminal background check prior to beginning on campus.
  5. Comfortable working in a changing and unpredictable environment
  6. Comfortable working with students who have experiences or life circumstances that may be very different from your own
  7. Willingness to remain positive and maintain an open mind
  8. Able to keep your personal, spiritual, and political viewpoints and beliefs to yourself

How to Apply:

Please fill out an intern application at:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1MGstALxn8m2YUIUUYoz9mrUgWHeB86YU_4b5EG4IPLU/viewform

Contact: Kristin Walker, Volunteer Coordinator, kwalker@ciscentraltexas.org

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Eye tracking and Spanish Language Development Research Assistantship

Faculty Researcher: LISA BEDORE

Contact Details

Alisa Baron
abaron@utexas.edu

Description

Alisa recently finished running bilingual participants ages 5-8 in English and Spanish on various language tasks which include eye-tracking tasks and standardized testing in both languages. I would love help with data entry so that I can get my data analysis underway!Data entry, language sample transcription

Qualifications

Undergraduate student who is comfortable with excel and is willing to learn/knows SALT (language transcription software). Spanish knowledge is preferred.

Go to this website to fill out the Habla Lab application: https://hablalab.wordpress.com/internships-and-volunteering/

Project Timeline

Summer, Fall 2016

Duties

Data entry, language sample transcription
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Presbyterian Children’s Homes and Services Communications Internship

Presbyterian Children’s Homes and Services (PCHAS)

For 110 years, Presbyterian Children’s Homes and Services (PCHAS) has been heeding Jesus’ call to care for children and families in need. Through our continuum of care, we help children and families move from despair to hope, equipping each child and parent to reshape their future in ways previously unimagined. With faithful support from numerous individuals, congregations and foundations, we’ll continue to fulfill our mission, serving over 4,500 children and families in need each year.

Presbyterian Children’s Homes and Services provides Christ-centered care and support to children and families in need.

Communications Intern

Overview: Opportunity for a mature, bright, professional, energetic Marketing Communications student (or recent graduate) to gain high-level, hands-on experience in all facets of marketing communications. The Communications Intern will serve essentially as a freelance writer and social media strategist.

Responsibilities:  As much as possible, duties will be tailored to the intern’s interests. Projects could include: working with the Director of Communications to develop and implement a marketing campaign; updating the website with WordPress content management software; implementing social media strategies; writing newsletter articles and blog posts; designing brochures/ads; perform other communications duties as assigned (based on ability and the intern’s interest).

Requirements/qualifications: Highly self-motivated, mature, organized, detail-oriented student pursuing a degree in Journalism, English, Public Relations, Marketing or Marketing Communications. (This position is also open to recent college graduates). PCHAS seeks a candidate who is passionate about his/her work, someone who is responsible and professional and is able to take initiative and work independently and as part of a team. The Communications Associate should have a strong desire to learn. Prior office experience is helpful, but not required. Experience with WordPress content management system and PhotoShop is helpful, but not required.

Communications Associate reports to: Margaret Barry, Director of Communications, https://www.linkedin.com/in/margaretbarry, a seasoned communications professional with more than 30 years of experience in marketing communications and 25 years of experience coaching and mentoring interns.

Office location: 4407 Bee Cave Road in the Westlake Hills area, just west of Central Austin (telecommuting is fine; attending occasional meetings with the Director of Communications and other staff members is recommended).

Interested applicants should email a résume and short cover letter to margaret.barry@pchas.org. Make sure you visit the agency’s web site, www.texas.pchas.org, before applying.

 

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U.S. Green Building Council Texas Chapter Fall & Spring Internship Opportunity

A great internship opportunity is available for a smart, responsible, motivated student to work for the U.S. Green Building Council Texas Chapter, a mission-driven nonprofit dedicated to accelerating adoption of green building and land development practices in Texas through outreach, education, advocacy and partnerships. Our goal is to enable an environmentally and socially responsible, healthy and prosperous environment that assures quality of life for all Texans.

Title: USGBC Texas Advocacy Intern (Unpaid) Hours: Min. 20 hours per week
Location: Austin

Job Description:

Work with the Executive Director and the USGBC Texas Advocacy Committee on all aspects of the Chapter’s advocacy work, including organization of 2017 State Advocacy Day and support for Green Schools outreach.

Work responsibilities will include:

  • Review and revise Advocacy Plan for 2017 Session
  • Develop contact lists for targeted outreach within the local and regional communities
  •  Contact staff of state government officials for appointments as required and prepare for papers for the meetings
  • Coordinate State Advocacy committee meetings
  •  Research available issues papers from USGBC National applicable in Texas
  •  Help further develop Advocacy Protocols and handbook for reference by Chapter’s leadership and advocates
  •   Assist with related events, such as State Advocacy Day, as needed
  •   Provide support to Green Schools initiative, including Green Schools Alliance and Green Apple Day of Service

    Position requirements:

  • Ideally studying public affairs, government affairs or corporate communications
  •  Must be computer and internet savvy; proficiency in Word, Excel, Powerpoint and publishing software an advantage
  •   Prepared to do both innovative and everyday work
  •  Have or be willing to learn the ability to make contacts and follow up proactively
  •  Detail oriented, well organized self-starter with good writing skills
  •  Willing to commit to working hard and, once committed, being reliable
  •   Knowledge of or passion for sustainable building, environmental issues or energy conservation a plus.

    Benefits:

  • Course credits available if applied for through your university or college internship program
  • Hours flexible to suite school schedules
  •   Opportunity to learn more about the inner workings of our local and state governments and the business of politics
  •  Chance to work with highly experienced advocacy professionals at the local and national levels
  •   Opportunity to establish a solid network of potential contacts and employers around the country

    Application:

    Interested students should send an email with subject title: USGBC TEXAS CHAPTER INTERN 1, along with your resume to the Texas Chapter Executive Director at jonathan@usgbctexas.org. Your message should explain the following: Who you are; why you think you qualify for the role; why you are interested, and what you’d like to gain from interning with the USGBC.

Don’t miss this great opportunity to be at the forefront of the mainstream green building movement!

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Colorado River Alliance Fall Internships

Looking for a fun internship opportunity related to environmental science, education and community service? The Colorado River Alliance has several internships available for the Fall 2016 term! Internships are unpaid but are available for academic credit. Interns are expected to commit at least 15 hours a week, but we’ll develop a schedule that works for you!

Environmental Education Internship
Our education internships are highly organized, fast paced, powerful professional development experiences for people who wish to enter the environmental education field, or “round out” their backgrounds as they prepare for science careers.  This internship’s core is environmental education with schoolchildren, but our interns work on a wide variety of projects including environmental education event management, data warehousing and analysis, and curriculum development.
Community & Special Events Internship
Participate in the Alliance community events and fundraisers – including banquets, festivals, and speaking events. Help includes sponsorship solicitation, event set up and more. The best part – most of these events occur in the evening or on the weekends – perfect for someone with a busy work schedule.

 
For more information about interning with the Alliance, please visit our website or contact geoff @ coloradoriver.org

 
Apply online here!

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The Thinkery Fall Internships

The mission of Thinkery is to create innovative learning experiences that equip and inspire the next generation of creative problem solvers. For more information about Thinkery, check out www.thinkeryausin.org.

We are now accepting applications for our Fall Internship program. You can read about each of our available positions below. 

Camp Internship

Development (Fundraising) Internship

Digital Marketing Internship

Early Learners Internship

Graphic Design Internship

Kitchen Lab (Exhibit) Internship

Maker Education Internship

Membership Program Internship

Public Programs Internship

School Programs Internship

Technology Education Internship

Teen Program Internship

Volunteer Engagement Internship

Application Process:

  • Review the position descriptions to determine which role(s) you are most interested in.
  • Submit via email: (Please list the name of the internship as your email subject.
    Example: Camp intern)
  • Completed application form: Thinkery Intern Application Form
  • Cover letter: Please save as “lastname_firstnameFall2016Letter”
    (Example: Mahoney_DanaFall2016Letter)
  • Resume: Please save as “lastname_firstnameFall2016Resume”
    (Example: Mahoney_DanaFall2016Resume)

Application deadline: August 1st by end of day. 

For questions about our internship program, please contact Dana Mahoney at 512.469.6211.

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Global Kick Fall Internship

GlobeKick Social Media Advertising/Digital Marketing Strategy Internship 

GlobeKick is the modern work lifestyle for remote professionals. We give anyone the freedom to explore the world while growing personally and professionally.

We are looking for college interns that are interested in changing the way the world works. Those that are excited by the new economy that allows people to work remotely and who are also excited about different cultures and travel. Please apply if you’re looking to work for a high-growth travel-based startup. We are looking to launch or inaugural trip–three months, three cities and thirty workers–this fall and need dedicated hard-working interns to help us get off the ground.

The social media advertising intern will join an open-minded, easy-to-work with group of young professionals in a fun work environment. The intern should be entrepreneurial, honest, self motivated, organized and reliable. The intern’s primary duties would include the creation and posting of strategy company advertisements on social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn. 

Advertising

– Assist in producing graphics, memes, videos and other sort of content for advertising purposes.

– Posting advertisement on social media platforms

– Tracking the success of different advertisements

Innovation

– Explore new ways to reach out and appeal to GlobeKick’s potential customers through innovative

content

If interested in joining GlobeKick email co-founder, Radney Wood at

rad@globekick.com

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Square Root Marketing Internship

Square Root is hiring: Marketing Intern

Role Description

We’re looking for a part-time marketing intern with a genuine interest in startup culture, an entrepreneurial spirit, and a strong desire to learn. Our intern will tackle all things marketing, including the fun stuff like external events and social media. At the end of the internship, this person should have a good snapshot of the sales and marketing functions plus have a sense for the day to day life at a startup. Each day here presents its own challenges, so, we need a go-getter, willing to jump into any task. Sound like you? If so let’s chat!

Role Responsibilities

  • Manage digital marketing programs, including PPC, display, and retargeting advertising
  • Track and report monthly marketing activities across all programs
  • Assist in the coordination of tradeshows and events
  • Handle sales research and list development + CRM management and reporting
  • Produce, edit, publish and measure content for the Square Root blog, ads, and social channels
  • Assist as needed with additional marketing programs and activities

Role Requirements

  • Currently enrolled in a 4-year undergraduate degree program graduate-level program
  • Interest in future career in sales, marketing, or advertising
  • Enthusiasm and eagerness to learn
  • Superb verbal and written communication skills
  • Self-motivation, maniacal attention to detail, and desire to produce the highest quality work
  • Relocation will not be covered for this position
  • Please apply with a cover letter
  • The start date is flexible for either late Summer or the Fall

Square Root Perks

  • Paid. This is an ongoing, part-time, paid internship.
  • Flexibility. Our office has no set hours, unlimited time off, and no dress code. This means we can easily work with your class schedule.
  • Grow with us. Our internships offer folks the ability to learn how a company works, make an impact, and grow with us. Our past interns have set a pretty high bar. We’ve seen them start programs still in place, transfer to other teams in the company, and receive full-time offers to name a few.
  • Training. Kick off your internship with an immersive onboarding program. You’ll have a 1-on-1 with each department head including our CEO in your first few weeks to learn about their role, how it works in the company, and how you can work with them. + You’ll be invited to our Friday meetings where you’ll hear about a different topic every other week.
  • Good stuff. Oh and if you’re not already sold – we have lots of free jazz like snacks, drinks, lunches, and bootcamp sessions to combat all the noshing.

Square Root’s Radical Culture

Our culture is at the core of everything we do.  We have fun, but we work hard.  So, as we grow we’re not only looking to hire the best and brightest, but we’re also looking for people that share our values.  This is the code we live by:

  • Think big. Do bigger. We think big ideas are meant to be pursued.  So, we think critically and have a bias for action and impact.  We continually iterate to deliver smarter direction and better software.
  • Be customer-inspired. We aim to over-deliver and delight by doing what’s best, not just what’s expected.  That’s why we make it a priority to understand how our customers operate and the challenges that they face.  We look for inspiration in the details so that we can deliver relevant and impactful solutions.
  • Partner. We build strong relationships by having a partnership mindset – internally and externally. We go above and beyond to help our customers and one another succeed.
  • Thrive. We set our internal bar high so that we can bring enthusiasm, speed, and innovation to the enterprise. We empower each Square Root employee to take ownership, act and iterate to make everything we do – from work product to working environment – better. We revere personal drive, growth, and balance.  We celebrate successes, and, sometimes, we just celebrate.
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Arc of the Capital Area Internships

The Arc of the Arts— a program offered by the Arc of the Capital Area— is an art studio, computer lab, and exhibition space where people with intellectual and developmental disabilities create artwork alongside working artists and other volunteers from the community. The Arc of the Arts Studio seeks interns and volunteer mentors to assist with the Digital Media Arts (DMA) class held each Monday at The Arc of the Capital Area. This class is dedicated to keeping artists engaged and current with various digital media platforms. Instructors access the artists’ abilities and tailor teaching to their skill level, giving every student, regardless of level of ability, the potential to participate in new technologies. We are looking for motivated and creative interns and volunteer mentors who are available on Mondays for all or part of classes from 9:30 a.m.— 2:00 p.m. to provide one on one instruction and mentorship to students in the DMA program. This is an unpaid intern/volunteer mentorship. However, class credit is available. 

 Job Duties:

Assist Program Manager and instructors with delivery of the Digital Media Arts curriculum

Work one on one with students, assisting them with their assignments

Help students explore their interests and talents by sharing your knowledge and experience in digital media

Preferred Experience:

Experience in art, photography, graphic design, or illustration

Experience or interest in working with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities

Preferably a student studying Graphic Design, Art, Education, Art Education, Social Work, or a related field

Familiarity with Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, Photoshop, Illustrator and Google is a plus

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Earth Day Texas Austin Internships

Earth Day Texas Austin is a local, non-profit organization that primarily focuses on producing the Austin Earth Day Festival. This year, however, Earth Day Texas Austin became a year-round organization that also hosts environmental events and attends key environmental events.

We work closely with City of Austin departments such as the Office of Sustainability, Austin Resource Recovery, and Mayor Adler’s office. Our goal is to be the link between all eco businesses and organizations in Austin as well as produce an amazing festival.

Below is an internship description. We have 2 openings of the same internship. The internships are unpaid.

The Sales and Marketing Intern will work with the Outreach Manager or the Program Manger to improve on the existing sales and marketing system. Areas of work include:

Networking at events and on a daily basis

Implementing a new CRM

Operations duties, such as permit applications

Developing and implementing new outreach strategies

Making sales calls (with training)

Assisting in the development and implementation of a social media marketing strategy. 

Qualifications:

Marketing, business or communications major. 

Environmental studies majors or minors also strongly encouraged. 

Excels in use of business related software and online programs, such as Microsoft Office, GoogleDocs, Mail Chimp, Powerpoint, and social media platforms. (While there is a not a specific list, we are looking for someone who picks new software systems up quickly.)

Excellent professional communication skills.

Interest and passion for the environment.

Interested students should email a cover letter and resume to evy@earthdayaustin.com

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