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Internship with United Way – Days of Caring

This intern will research, plan, execute and manage United Way of Central Indiana’s two-day April Day of Caring volunteer event and June Day of Caring/Day of Action Event in Boone, Hamilton, Hendricks, Marion, and Morgan counties as well as maintain the Volunteer Center’s web-managed database of volunteer opportunities.  To apply follow this link  http://uwci.myexacthire.com/ViewJob-46450.html

Indianapolis Mayor’s Office – Two Internships still open for Spring, 2014

The Mayor’s Office of Communications for the City of Indianapolis is looking for an energetic and professional intern is interested in honing existing communications skills and developing new ones.

Mayor Ballard’s Internship Program gives undergraduate and graduate students an opportunity to experience the administration of local government in the nation’s 13th largest city. Each department works closely with other departments in the Mayor’s office, giving Mayor’s Interns a broad view of the operations of the city in a fast-paced and professional environment. The opportunities are for a Communications Intern and an International Cultural Affairs Intern.  To Apply: Please submit a resume and 2-3 writing samples and 3 references to: Tameeka Baldwin, [email protected]

 Riley Area Development Corporation- Housing Internship Spring Semester -PAID

The Riley Area Development Corporations serves the downtown community, Mass Avenue, and urban communities surrounding downtown with housing and economic development projects.  Assist RADC is all areas of affordable housing. Including: homeowner repair, rental housing and homeownership. Including new project identification, ongoing developments and asset management. Opportunity is for an IUPUI Graduate Student, requiring 20 hours per week, for 16 weeks, 320 total hours, $12 per hour.  Consider joining their staff of four, located at 875 Massachusetts Avenue, and make a difference today. To apply: send cover letter and resume to Susan Vogt, Deputy Director, RADC, [email protected].

 Public Policy Institute – Cultural Trail Project

PPI is looking for a couple of undergraduate students to help with the Cultural Trail project this semester. They are looking for a personable and responsible student who will be talking to people along the trail and be able to work indecently. It would be 5-10 hours a week. This position would receive a Service Learning scholarship of $750.  Please send a cover letter and resume to Sue Burow [email protected].

Diversity Scholar Internship

This part-time, student position reports to the Director of the Herron Art Library and the University Library External Relations Team and requires the candidate to develop print, e-mail and web communications, research and assist with project events including readings, conferences and receptions, assist with in-house production of the project’s digital collections, plus perform general administrative support which might include packing and shipping works of art, mass mailings promoting events and scheduling large group meetings. Library staff work to align this job with students’ academic programs and requirements. This year the Diversity Scholar’s program will have a new project as its sole focus, the Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here Project. The position is available for two semesters, requires a 20 hours per week commitment during regular business hours and pays a minimum $10.00 per hour. To apply go to www.ulib.iupui.edu/pthe. Please fill out the application and submit your resume and a cover letter.  Application deadline: January 31,

City Corp Internships

 The City of Indianapolis Dept of Metropolitan Development is launching a long-term, exclusive paid internship program to help Indianapolis on an unprecedented planning effort they are undertaking over the next two years.  They are  looking to attract, and hopefully help retain, the best and brightest from Indiana schools to come to Indy for an immersive work/learn/serve program that tackles some of the biggest challenges facing Indy.  Complete program information, including application info, is available at www.plan2020.com/citycorps.  Applications are due by March 17.

 The 2014 Governor’s Public Service Summer Internship Program (GPSSIP) 

There are 5 internships available within the Water Assessment and Planning Branch. The 2014 Governor’s Summer Internship program will be paid a rate of $11.30 per hour.  work station is in Indianapolis, but the field work this summer will take students to areas in the Whitewater River Basin, Mississinewa River Basin and other targeted water bodies. Students will gain valuable field experience by assisting in sampling efforts that could include fish and macroinvertebrate community, fish tissue, periphyton studies, E. coli, water chemistry, etc.   In addition, you may be exposed to data management using IDEM’s Assessment Information Management System and gain experience in small engine and other equipment maintenance and repair. To be considered for the Governor’s Public Summer Internship program, candidates must be currently enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate with an accredited post-secondary institution and have completed at least one (1) year of undergraduate education. Internships are available with the following agencies for summer 2014. There is no limit on the amount of internships for which you may apply. To APPLY: interested students must submit an online application for the specific internship(s) of choice via the State of Indiana job bank. You must complete all fields pertaining to the degree in which you are pursuing (including an expected graduation date) in the Education section of the application even if you copy/paste/attach your resume. Tip: If you create a profile, you can easily apply to more than one internship quickly. Click here for a quick step guide on how to apply. Click here.  The deadline to submit your application and any other requested documents (cover letter, resume writing sample, etc.) is February 14, 2014.   http://www.in.gov/spd/2335.htm

IU SPEA ~ CCs Internship Program Summer 2014 – Summer Fellows (8 to 10 weeks May to July)

The summer fellow program is a joint initiative between the School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) at Indiana University and CCS. The internship is designed to offer a hands-on learning experience for individuals interested in philanthropy, consulting, and development that will complement their academic instruction.  The job description for the 2014 CCS Summer Fellowship is attached. To Apply. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume via email to Lindsey Cartee (see contact information below). In addition, selected candidates will interview with representatives from CCS. Cover letters should indicate that you are applying to theIU SPEA-CCS Internship and be directed to: Lindsey Cartee, Midwest Project & Relationship Director, CCS, 155 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 1790, Chicago, IL 60606 or [email protected]

IMPD Ambassador Program – Summer 2014

Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department will be accepting applications online at www.indy.gov/impd for the Summer 2014 Session of the IMPD Ambassador Program beginning on 1/13/14 until 2/14/14.  They will probably only be able to place 2 interns for the summer due to the anticipation of the start of a new recruit class.  If you have questions you may contact Office Tiffany Haston, [email protected] or 317-327-6648

 – Postings courtesy of SEPA Internships and Careers webpage and MPAC