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Posted: Sunday, December 21, 2014 12:10 AM


The Center for Alternative Sentencing and Employment Services (CASES) was conceived as a private, non-profit organization that would serve as an umbrella organization for alternatives to incarceration, running these established programs and creating others.

CASES' mission is to increase the understanding and use of community sanctions that are fair, affordable and consistent with public safety.

Job description

Job Title:
Court Representative

Program: Choices ATD

Reports to: Director of Court Operations, Youth Programs

Overview: TheCourt Representatives will be assigned to the Choices ATD program and will act as liaison between theprogram and the Bronx Family Court. Court Representatives must have a thorough understanding of Family Court as well as the different services offered to participants in Choices ATD, including services provided by partner agencies in the assigned borough.Court Representatives are responsible for working with and families to explain the program, obtain information and assess family support and needs, as well as participant suitability for services. The position requires the ability to effectively utilize the knowledge of program and partner services while representing the program in Court. Court Representatives must be prepared to respond to extensive questioning about participant's involvement in Choices ATD from Judges and other court players, as well as maintain strong working relationships.


Engage potential ATD participants and their families in Family Court;
Accompany participants to all court appearances and speak on their behalf;
Complete intake and consent forms in Court;
Maintain excellent working relationships with judges, legal guardians, assistant corporation counsel, defense attorneys, probation and other Court partners;
Meet with participants and services staff to discuss program performance;
Write ATD court reports;
Collect screening information on intake and re-arrest cases,monitor warrants, and track cases to final disposition;
Enter dispositions into the court screening database;
Perform other related duties as assigned by the Director of Court Operations.


Bachelor's degree required or at least 4 years' relevant work experience;
Proven ability to function effectively in a high paced and often stressful environment;
Ability to work effectively in diverse group of staff and young people;
Interest in and sensitivity to issues facing young people in criminal justice system and their families;
Ability to gather and evaluate accuracy of information under often less than ideal circumstances and formulate persuasive arguments for eligible defendants to be placed in programs;
Highly articulate and resourceful;
Excellent analytical and written skills; and
Bi-lingual strongly preferred.

How to apply

E-mail cover letter and resume in Word or PDF format to Please list the title of the position you are applying for in the subject line. No phone calls please. Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Sunday, December 21, 2014 12:10 AM


Little Flower Children and Family Services of New York is a not-for-profit charity serving children, families and developmentally disabled adults across New York City and Long Island. Our staff of over 600 people provide caring and professional services to nearly 2,000 people every year.

Since 1930, our agency has been committed to improving the lives and well being of those we serve by providing foster boarding home care, residential treatment care and where appropriate, adoption. Our work focuses on strengthening the family unit so that they can provide a safe, nurturing environment for raising children and to overcome a myriad of obstacles that threaten a child’s safety.

- See more at:

Job description

The role of the MST Therapist is to provide intensive, in home counseling, support and crisis intervention to adjudicated youth and their families.

MST is a well-researched, community based treatment model directed at youth involved in criminal activity and their families. The MST Therapist will provide intensive, in home counseling, support and crisis intervention to adjudicated youth and their families. Interested persons may learn more about this treatment model at


Provide intensive in-home counseling, support and crisis intervention to adjudicated youth and their families.

Complete all required trainings, including those related to MST, the Administration for Children's Services (ACS) and Little Flower.

Complete all required paperwork/documentation, including but not limited to that required of ACS, MST, Little Flower, the court systemand the Department of Probation.

Attend all court appearances with families, in all settings.

Monitor all youth under the age of 18 in the home, as required of a preventative program.

Must be available to provide 24 hour/7 day a week coverage.

A flexible work schedule is required for in home services.


MS/MA in Mental Health field required. MSW preferred.

Experience in Cognitive Behaviorial Therapy, Structure Family Therapy and behaviorally based treatment a plus.

Excellent writing, communication and organizational skills are essential.

Knowledge and experience with the juvenile justice system, ACS preventative services, and the child welfare system, as a whole is a plus.

Ability to work a flexible schedule, as evening and occasional weekend work is required.

To Apply

Email resume and cover letter to:

Fax to Human Resources (718) 260-8863


• Location: Brooklyn

Posted: Sunday, December 21, 2014 12:10 AM


I am a model promoter and have VIP model tables at NYC's most exclusive clubs .

At my tables we have at least 10 models present at all times and always need new faces to join our nightlife team.

We offer:

- Flexible Schedule (12am-3am)
- Easy Money
- Professional Team
- Fun job


- attractive appearance
- min. height 5'8

We enter the club around midnight and stay until 3am and
pay $20 per hour.

Please send a message or email me -

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Sunday, December 21, 2014 12:10 AM


Bronx Holy Flames
450 St. Anns Avenue
Bronx, NY
The Bronx Holy Flames is a professional basketball team in the ABA seeking out interns. Our practices take place at St. Mary's Recreational Center and our Home games take place at Hooperstown. We are seeking all kind of interns who will be supervised by the General Manager. We are looking for interns to fulfill the roles below:
-Sports Manager Intern
Learn how to oversee staff, read contracts, sign players, depth chart systems, evaluate players worth, schedules and many more

-Sports Statistician Intern
Learn how to evaluate statistics to see the teams strengths and weaknesses, learn how the stats show trends, inform players on where they are struggling and where they are thriving, learning to use an app to calculate statistics

-Social Media Intern
Record Practices and game play. Capture photos during game play, for the team website and for team social media. Learn how to market a basketball club.

This is an un-paid internship but has valuable exposure with the potential to travel nation wide.
Sports Managers responsibilities would be to learn how to create paper work, learn how to manage the program and will cooperate with staff through the entire program. Managers will meet owners, take attendance and oversee other interns under the GM's supervision.
Every intern must supply there own tools to get there work done. A membership to NYC Parks and recreation is required as well because that is where the teams practice facility is located. Manager interns must have a clipboard, pen, paper, and computer at home. Statistician interns must have a working tablet, phone or computer. Social Media interns must have a working camera and a tablet or computer at home. There are no certifications required, no experience required, and attending school is not a requirement. All interns have a opportunity of becoming staff. The applicant must at least know how to spell Basketball.

• Location: Bronx, Bronx, New York 10473

Posted: Sunday, December 21, 2014 12:10 AM


2824 East 27th st
Brooklyn, NY
Looking for a part-time photographer to contribute time to a successful jewelry/accessories company and hence increasing your experience by taking photos of our high end fashion jewelry. We are also offering to provide credits on our website for your work. The photographer should be a highly motivated individual with a passion for photography and creativity to think outside the box while taking photos. Preferably someone that can help with putting together a look book for our site. Fashion lovers and enthusiasts are encouraged to apply. Compensation will include college credit if applicable and lots of exposure from our ever-expanding company as well as credits on our website mentioning your name.
- be able to Take & deliver photos and possibly videos that sufficiantly and clearly tell the desired story
- Ability to deliver photos/videos with cuts, graphics, sound and other elements that convey a quality production value and a level of technical sophistication
- preferably have experience with drop box or be able to provide the photos on CD or flashdrive
- Experience with Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere, Adobe Captivate and Adobe Photoshop **
- Knowledge of digital videography and photography cameras and equipment
- must have your own equipment
Preferred - Fashion Photography, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Photodeluxe

• Location: Brooklyn, 2824 East 27th st

Posted: Sunday, December 21, 2014 12:10 AM


Whitewall Magazine
New York, NY
United States
Position Level
Education Requirement
4-Year Degree
Position Type
Internship Unpaid
Application Deadline
The Mandarin Oriental Hotel, New York and Whitewall magazine have joined together to create an exciting new initiative in luxury-lifestyle publishing called View. Launching in Spring 2015 and publishing twice per year, View draws on a network of top New York City writers and photographers.The magazine profiles major culture, fashion personalities, and reports on emerging trends in fine arts, culture, design, and is custom tailored to offer the hotel’s elite guests an insiders guide to the best of New York City.

We are seeking Editorial Interns for 3 months: From November 1, 2014 to February 1, 2015, to assist the editorial team on View. This is a great opportunity to work and gain first hand experience with niche media ventures (both print media, web, and iPad).

We would need a Part Time work: 2-3 days a week, 4-5 hours on those days.

Responsibilities will include:

- Photo research/obtaining images for stories
- Transcription
- Assisting the editor in chief and managing editor
- Correspondence with contributors and handling invoicing for them
- Proofreading text
- Assisting liaison with magazine designer
- Basic errands, filing, etc..

Candidates must have an interest (but no need for an expertise) in culture, lifestyle, and luxury goods. Punctuality is a must and candidates should show an enthusiasm for taking on a variety of assignments.

Internship for school credits only.
Application Instructions
To apply to this offer, please send a cover letter and a resume to:

• Location: Manhattan, 175 Varick Street 8th Floor

Posted: Sunday, December 21, 2014 12:10 AM


The Johnson O'Connor Research Foundation is a nonprofit scientific research and educational organization with two primary commitments: to study human abilities and to provide people with a knowledge of their aptitudes that will help them in making decisions about school and work. Since 1922, hundreds of thousands of people have used our aptitude testing service to learn more about themselves and to derive more satisfaction from their lives.

Job description

Local nonprofit aptitude testing center for a national career guidance organization has a full-time position available for a college graduate who:

has good communication skills (liberal arts background )
enjoys working with people on an individual basis
can handle paperwork quickly and accurately

We offer paid training; the starting salary of $41,055 is increased as training progresses. Benefits include health and dental insurance, life insurance, retirement plan, 403(b). Occasional travel to other testing cities is optional once training is completed.

We are intellectually curious generalists who administer and interpret aptitude tests to individuals seeking understanding of personal abilities as an aid in career planning. The position requires accurate attention to detail in scoring and timing tests, as well as articulate expression of career-oriented information. Our hours are 8:45 AM to 5 PM, leaving evenings and weekends free for life outside work: family, friends, education, hobbies, etc.

The ideal candidate would enjoy helping others understand themselves using objective measurements in a positive way and would enjoy learning about and discussing individual abilities in relation to education and careers. We provide full training of the specifics of our testing program. You bring a broad background of interests and knowledge evidenced by a strong vocabulary and a measurable ability to process numeric information quickly.

We enjoy being informed about the world of work and its myriad opportunities. We also must handle our own office support work: grading papers, doing computer test data entry, scheduling appointments, responding to telephone inquiries, and more.

There is no telephone or other solicitation work required. Our clients, usually word-of-mouth referrals, come to us because they want to learn more about themselves.

Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter via email or regular mail. No phone calls or personal visits, please. Our website, will provide more information about our work.

How to apply

Mail, or email resume/cover letter to No phone calls or drop-ins.

• Location: Manhattan, 39 Broadway, Suite 1820

Posted: Sunday, December 21, 2014 12:10 AM


Appraisers Association of America
New York, NY
United States
Position Level
Education Requirement
None Specified
Position Type
Internship Unpaid
Application Deadline
The Appraisers Association of America has opportunities for an intern to learn about non-profit and association management by assisting with all aspects of day-to-day activities. Working closely with the office staff, the intern will gain insight into how a fast-paced non-profit membership organization functions with hands-on work in membership, programs / special events and marketing / communication. Daily tasks include: assisting with member services (database management, benefit package development and implementation, renewal processing and direct mail campaigns); educational programming (development and execution) and communications (assisting with digital and print marketing responsibilities, social media, and research), as well as other miscellaneous tasks.

• Work with staff to learn CitySoft (a premier membership database that is used across the country) to
assist with various tasks, including:
• Updating member information and research notes
• Updating program details and registration
• Maintaining standing reports
• Provide referrals to the general public looking for an appraiser
• Digitalization of membership files
• Use Social Media (Hootsuite, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn) to publicize upcoming events
• Research potential new alliances and prepare files for prospects that may be interested in joining or supporting the organization
• Provide administrative assistance (registration, information packets, certificates of attendance) for upcoming events such as our Award Luncheon (taking place in April), lectures and in-house courses
• Light administrative and archival projects for past event files

• Interest in arts administration (including development and / or membership), fine / decorative arts, art history, event planning, non-profit and association management, and learning about the appraising field
• Student currently enrolled in college or university
• Strong phone and inter-personal skills
• Thorough and proactive, self-motivated and able to manage on-going tasks
• Strong organizational, writing, and research skills
• Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, Google Calendar and Adobe Creative Suite required
• Prior office experience preferred

• At least 10-12 hours a week; Our office is flexible with scheduling but two full days during regular business hours Monday-Friday are preferred.

• Travel and food stipend will be provided for each day in office.

**Preference given to interns who seek course credit
Application Instructions
To apply for this internship, please submit a letter of interest, two references and resume to

• Location: Manhattan, 212 West 35th Street 11th Floor South

Posted: Sunday, December 21, 2014 12:10 AM


Theater Reconstruction Ensemble is a New York based collective of theater artists striving to reconstruct both classical and canonical forms of theatricality through the playful development of works over time. Committed to a collaborative approach to theater making, TRE functions as an ensemble of actors, playwrights, designers, and directors working together to thoroughly examine each element of a theatrical text or tradition and build productions that reflect the ensemble’s personal connection to the works being explored.

Founded in 2010 by John Kurzynowski and Kate Marvin, Theater Reconstruction Ensemble has created and developed five full productions and brought together dozens of artists from across the downtown theater community.

Based on methods explored through previous collaborations with such companies and institutions as Target Margin Theater and NYU's Experimental Theatre Wing, the founding members of TRE created a process of development and the creation of new material through a series of workshops dedicated to the de-construction of a classical text or canonical theatrical practice and the eventual reconstruction of the material in play based on the ensemble's findings and discoveries. This process has paved the way for each season's ensemble to develop and create ground-breaking and unique new productions of both original and well-established works.

Internship description:

Theater Reconstruction Ensemble is seeking a PRODUCTION INTERN and a DEVELOPMENT INTERN for our upcoming season, which includes the premiere of our latest project "You On The Moors Now" in February 2015 at HERE Arts Center in Lower Manhattan.

Production Intern:

The Production Intern will act as the assistant to the Artistic Director during the rehearsal and performance period of "You On The Moors Now" at HERE Arts Center. Workshop/Rehearsals begin Dec. 1st, leading up to a 16-performance run Feb. 13th - 28th, 2015. This is a great opportunity for a young director or administrator to get involved with an emerging downtown theater company, and connect with a large group of theater artists as they create and produce a new ensemble-driven show.

Development Intern:

The Development Intern will work closely with the Producing Director as TRE launches a new phase of developmental growth. He/she will be expected to attend weekly meetings, with responsibilities ranging from foundation research to drafting grant proposals. This is a great opportunity to engage with an emerging non-profit and learn about the inner workings of a downtown theater company.

Theater Reconstruction Ensemble is a non-profit New York based collective of theater artists striving to reconstruct both classical and canonical forms of theatricality through the playful development of works over time. Recent productions include "Salesmen: a meditation on masculinity and the American REAL!", "Set in the Living Room of a Small Town American Play", and "The Three Seagulls, or MASHAMASHAMASHA!" For more information, visit our website at

To apply, please email your resume and a cover letter to with "Production Intern" or "Development Intern" clearly stated in the subject line.

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Sunday, December 21, 2014 12:10 AM


122 West 27th Street
New York, NY
For 2-3 days a week, obtain fantastic hands on experience in social media and marketing at Mujus, a small but rapidly growing eco jewelry and accessories business. Our clients include, the New York Philharmonic, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and the Toronto International Film Festival and Mujus designs have been featured in Ok Magazine, Women's Health, and Good Housekeeping. Designed in NYC and handmade in Peru, our signature material is the tagua seed. Tagua, also known as vegetable ivory, originates from a palm tree that grows in the Amazon rainforest. Since the seeds are harvested after they have fallen to the ground, there is no damage done to the rainforest during the harvesting process. And as no two seeds are alike, each Mujus piece is unique.
We are looking for an intern to:

-Develop Mujus social media outlets, such as Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc

-Engage in customer outreach via social media

-Outreach to fashion blogs for potential placements and features

- Development of Mujus online presence
The right candidate will possess a passion for fashion, outstanding writing and grammar skills, a keen attention to detail, strong organizational skills, fluency in social media (i.e. facebook, instagram, pinterest, twitter, etc), and an interest in entrepreneurship/working for a small business in the fashion industry.

This position requires at least a three month commitment.

• Location: Manhattan, 122 West 27th Street

Posted: Saturday, December 20, 2014 10:17 PM

In need of some extra cash before the holidays? Contact me at 3473480298 for more details. Legit overnight process, guaranteed $3-$6000,50/50 split. Must be 18 or older to qualify

• Location: Queens

Posted: Saturday, December 20, 2014 10:17 PM

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• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Saturday, December 20, 2014 10:04 PM

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• Location: Brooklyn

Posted: Saturday, December 20, 2014 3:10 PM


Looking for a massage therapist in the Manhattan area that can host. I would be looking to schedule appointments one to two times per month. If interested please reply with a little about yourself (background, location etc.) as well as a phone number to contact. I'm willing to negotiate price.

Thank you.

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Saturday, December 20, 2014 8:10 AM


Interns needed for fun Virtual Classroom Company and business commercial production

We produce Live Interactive Online Classes (karate, super hero karate for special education, cooking, dance, art, self-defense, & more).

If you are reliable, dependable, ready to work and learn; if you are fun, enthusiastic, full of great ideas and..

...Need credit for College and/or solid Experience for your resume?

Contact: or

Video Editing
Production Crew (Camera, lighting, staging)
Set Designers
Children's Story Writers
Public Relations
Business-to-Business Relationship Development
Marketing Strategist
Social Media Wiz
Website Design and/or Website Management
Customer Service
Computer Operation for Virtual Classroom

Evenings or Sundays in Southern Queens, NY

Non-Paid Internship

Adri Adison
718 658-3881

• Location: Queens, Queens, NY

Posted: Saturday, December 20, 2014 4:14 AM


Slow Food USA's National School Garden Program wants to conduct a research project that will examine different models and best practices from around the country of schools and organizations that support school garden leaders. Parents and teachers are the heart of school garden programs and, in most cases, volunteer their time and resources to make sure that the students get opportunities to experience garden-based educational programs. There are increasing efforts to find monetary support for garden leaders in the form of stipends and even some salaries. This research project will do a 50-state scan of school garden programs to discover the different models and best practices that currently exist in supporting school garden leaders. The final product of this project will be a summary of the findings of the 50-state scan and recommendations for Slow Food USA to pursue to support the efforts of the Slow Food chapters across the country.

Slow Food USA's National School Garden Program provides Slow Food chapter leaders and their volunteers with technical assistance, resources and funding so that the chapters can be effective community partners in school garden projects. The goal of Slow Food USA's school garden projects is to provide students with hands-on, experiential learning opportunities in growing fresh produce and then taking this produce into the classroom to learn how to handle, prepare, cook and enjoy cultural dishes with their friends and families. We hope that giving children the knowledge, skills and confidence to prepare healthy meals will lead to better food choices in their day-to-day lives.

Slow Food USA's expectations for this research project:

We will provide the intern with a list of initial contacts around the country from programs that we know are addressing the issue of school garden leader support.
The intern will identify other programs around the country and interview them to understand their model.
Slow Food USA will provide workspace and a telephone in our office for the interviews. There will be limited access to computers in the office as we all work off our own computers.
The intern will meet at least once a week with a supervisor in the Slow Food USA office to discuss progress and any issues.
The final report will be a complete write-up of the interview process and a summary of the existing support models. Based on these findings, the student will provide recommendations for Slow Food USA to pursue to support the efforts of Slow Food chapters around the country.
There is no firm time frame on this project, but we would like it to be completed by July 1, 2015.

Start Date:Mid-January

Slow Food USA's National School Garden Program is run from the Slow Food Denver offices, in Denver, CO. This unpaid intern position can be filled by a candidate in either Denver, CO or working from the National Office in Brooklyn, NY. The expectation is that the intern spends 15 hours a week on the project. In either location, the intern will have a phone and desk to work at and will need to work from their own computer.

Slow Food USA is an equal opportunity employer. We strive to reflect the diverse community that works toward and cares about a healthy food system. Applications who contribute to this diversity are strongly encouraged to apply.

How to apply

If you are interested in the Slow Food USA Research Project, please send your resume and cover letter to:

Andrew Nowak
Director, National School Garden Program
Slow Food USA

• Location: Brooklyn, 68 Summit Street 2B

Posted: Saturday, December 20, 2014 4:14 AM


We who recognize God's providence and fidelity to his people are dedicated to living out his covenant amoung ourselves and those children we serve, with absolute respect and unconditional love.

Every year, Covenant House New York provides food, clothing, shelter and support services to youth who come to our Crisis Center and Rights of Passage Program. An average of 8,000 kids come through our doors each year. Each month over 800 teens receive educational and vocational training, as well as support services at our Community Resource Centers located in every borough of New York City

Job description

Ensures appropriate delegation of the supervision, scheduling, and training for the Social Workers
Fosters a supportive work environment by readily being available to meet with the Social Workers as a group and/or individually regularly
Maintains consistent communication across programs to ensure coordination and optimization of therapeutic services for each youth
Reviewing the social services needs of our youth, and providing in depth assessments of our youth with specific reference to psychological disposition.
The LCSW must be able to provide guidance on appropriate case management, documentation and discharge planning.
The Licensed Clinical Social Worker also works as part of the Mental Health management team, and may have to attend regular management meetings.

Candidate Qualifications:

A NYS Clinical license in social work required
A minimum of 5 years of clinical experience in the social services field is required
Strong communication skills

How to apply

Please send all inquiries to:

Human Resources Department - CHNY


• Location: Manhattan, 460 West 41 Street

Posted: Saturday, December 20, 2014 3:06 AM


hey how you doing my name is joel edwards iam an employee at NY wirer. Iam looking to hire someone who can complete simples task and also a fast learner. We have positions waiting for you to apply. I know it can be hard finding a job nowadays, but this job is the perfect one for you. The compensation weekly 2-7k depending on how fast you learn the information given. You can research our site and you can also contact me at via email or you can shoot me a text or even a call at 718-412-9752.

• Location: Brooklyn

Posted: Saturday, December 20, 2014 12:07 AM


The Doe Fund (TDF) is a leading New York City non-profit organization that operates the enormously popular and highly visible Ready, Willing & Able program. Its participants can be seen cleaning more than 170 miles of NYC streets and sidewalks each day in paid transitional jobs that represent the core of the program. With a $50 million budget, more than 400 staff members and 55,000 active, donors, TDF is nationally acclaimed as a work-based model for solving homelessness and criminal recidivism.

The Development Intern is a key supportive position and comprehensive learning experience for a promising development professional. As TDF expands its budget and programming, this position will assist in the management of individual gift and foundation relationships.

We are seeking an energetic, organized, and creative individual to work closely with our development team to prospect, cultivate, research, and compile data on major donors. The Intern will build marketable skills that can be applied in New York City's highly competitive Non-profit development world.

This is an unpaid internship, 10-15 hours/week. The Intern will report into the Manager of Research & Innovation and will work primarily out of our Upper East Side location.


Assist Development staff in building relationships with individual major donors and foundations.
Provide support for major fundraising events.
Utilize search engines to compile information on major donors and prospects.
Contribute to the writing and editing of foundation grant proposals.
Assist with mailings, filing, photocopying, and other office work.


Strong interest in nonprofit fundraising and research.
Excellent oral, written, and communication skills.
Organized, with an ability to prioritize time-sensitive assignments.
Proficient in Microsoft Office.
Knowledge of/passion for social justice issues - specifically homelessness, incarceration, and racial inequality.

The Doe Fund is a fast paced, energetic, dynamic environment that employs people with strategic and innovative ideas.

How to apply

Please send resume as an attachment and a brief cover letter describing why you are interested in the Development Internship at The Doe Fund in the body of the email to for consideration.

• Location: Manhattan, 345 East 102nd St

Posted: Saturday, December 20, 2014 12:07 AM


An elite New York-based talent management company representing clients in film, television and theatre is in search of bright, eager students who are looking to break into the entertainment business.Interns will gain instruction and experience with script coverage, tracking, resume building, and reel editing as well as with travel coordination, press kits, publicity, commercials, events, styling and other client services. This position also allows opportunity for general management intern duties under direct guidance of talent managers. Must be able to receive school credit. Intern must reside in or be able to commute to New York City.

Please email resumes and cover letter to with the subject line BAM Spring 2015 Intern. Please attach resumes as PDF files ONLY, with cover letters in the body of the email.

• Location: Manhattan

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