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Posted: Thursday, August 28, 2014 11:39 AM

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Internship description

In the past three years, there have been more legislative attacks on women's health and reproductive rights in Pennsylvania than in the entire previous decade. At the head of the as sault is Governor Tom Corbett, who infamously advised women "you just have to close your eyes" when forced to undergo a mandatory ultrasound. Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania PAC is working this election to help elect pro-women's health, pro-reproductive rights politicians like Democratic Gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf.

This election will be crucial for families throughout the Commonwealth. That's why Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania PAC is proud to be offering an Organizing Internship on our 2014 political campaign - a chance to get valuable experience, great references, and make a real difference for women all over the state! You can intern between 10-30 hours a week, depending on your schedule. Duties include, but are not limited to:

- Voter contact including canvassing and phone banking

- Digital amplification/voter engagement

- Volunteer recruitment and training

- Event planning and coordination

- Student outreach and engagement

Qualifications and Requirements:

Excellent written and verbal communication skills;
Must be a strong communicator
Must be positive and outgoing
Must be goal oriented and self motivated
Positions will be based in Delaware County, PA
Frequent travel required; Access to a vehicle; or public transportation
Must have great customer service skills and good on the phone
Ability to relate successfully to individuals of all races, nationalities, religions, genders, sexual orientations, political affiliations, income levels, educational backgrounds, and occupational groups.

Preferred Experience:

Prior experience or a passion for working directly with the public on social issues

A basic understanding of Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania PAC and what the organization does
How to apply

To apply, please send your resume and a brief cover letter to:

• Location: Manhattan, 331 East 70th Street, New York

Posted: Thursday, August 28, 2014 11:24 AM

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chikimiki is a new womenswear brand with a fun, eclectic aesthetic, based in NY.

We are looking for a design/production intern. We are a small company, so we are looking for someone who is comfortable with multiple roles- switching from one project to another quickly. Projects can be anywhere from sketching by hand and on illustrator, organizing the studio, running errands, researching, updating line sheets and flats, hand-beading and embroidering, sewing, knitting, sourcing materials ... etc.

We try to give you projects geared towards your strengths and then have you help wherever you are needed. Rest assured, this is not a "go-get-me-coffee" internship- it will be hands-on and you will be exposed to many aspects of the business. If you are a hard-worker with a positive attitude who wants to learn, then this is the place for you.

This is an unpaid internship for school credit, but will give you great experience as we are a small, creative team who invests in their interns. Start date is ASAP for the fall semester.

Anna Turner 2246882481 chikimiki

• Location: Other

Posted: Thursday, August 28, 2014 11:08 AM

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Internship description

The American Friends of the Ludwig Foundation of Cuba (AFLFC), a non-profit cultural foundation that develops cultural diplomacy between the U.S. and Cuba through programs in the arts, is looking for an office intern starting in September 2014. This is an unpaid position and could be done for school credit if desired. Internship duration will be one semester with the option of continuing through May 2014. The intern will work 15-20 hours/week, flexible schedule, at AFLFC's offices, located at 5th Ave and 43rd Street in Manhattan.

The internship will provide exceptional access to hands-on experience in all areas of cultural non-profit management such as institutional fundraising, marketing, communications, design, and outreach, as well as for its cultural initiatives--including the Havana Film Festival NY (HFFNY), Cuban Culture Festival, and travel and professional development programs. The intern will report to, and work closely with, the Executive Director.
How to apply

Send cover letter and resume to

• Location: Manhattan, 4 West 43rd, New York, NY, 10036

Posted: Thursday, August 28, 2014 10:28 AM

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Organize for human rights!

The East Timor & Indonesia Action Network (ETAN) is seeking interns. Work for human rights and justice!

What is ETAN?

For more than 20 years, ETAN has worked in solidarity with the peoples of East Timor (Timor-Leste) and Indonesia. ETAN advocates justice for past rights violations, genuine self-determination for East Timor, and democratic reconstruction of one of the world's newest nations. ETAN supports human rights and democracy in Indonesia. Current projects include campaigning for justice for past human rights crimes, working to oppose military and other security assistance to Indonesia, and monitoring the human rights situation in both countries. ETAN also pays close attention to events in West Papua.

What do ETAN interns do?

ETAN interns actively assist the movement for justice in solidarity with the peoples of Indonesia and Timor-Leste (East Timor).

ETAN interns gain experience, skills and knowledge in the areas of policy and political advocacy, international politics, writing, editing, media, fundraising, and organizing.

We are small office, so intern responsibilities will vary depending on your skills and interests. These responsibilities can include research, writing and editing; maintaining and building relations with the media, other organizations and grassrootsactivists; administrative tasks; helping with ETAN's social media outreach, and monitoring and analyzing news and developments in Indonesia, West Papua, and Timor-Leste. Interns also participate in educating Congress and other decision-makers, fundraising, organizing events, and other necessary tasks.Interns will help maintain and expand ETAN's presence in social media and the internet.

Interns work in Brooklyn, although it may be possible for especially motivated interns to work from elsewhere.


While ETAN can not pay interns, we can work with your school program for credit. We may also be able to reimburse internship-related expenses.

Background on ETAN and East Timor

What Does ETAN stand for? ETAN supports continued restriction of military assistance to Indonesia in order to support peace, justice and democracy in both countries. To this end, we work to influence the policies of the United States government and international institutions as they relate to East Timor and Indonesia. The history of U.S. support for Indonesia's illegal invasion and occupation of East Timor underlies ETAN's efforts to achieve accountability for those responsible at home and abroad for war crimes and crimes against humanity committed from 1975 onward.

Why East Timor and Indonesia? On December 7, 1975, Indonesia invaded East Timor with U.S. backing. Over the next 24 years, Indonesian military forces killed one-third of the population and devastated the country -- all with weapons and political support from Washington. In response to the 1991 Santa Cruz massacre of more than 270 East Timorese civilians, ETAN formed to campaign in the U.S. for human rights and self-determination for East Timor.

In May 1998, Indonesian dictator Suharto was forced from office in Indonesia, ending his brutal 32-year reign. In an August 1999 UN-supervised referendum, an overwhelming majority of East Timorese voted for independence. In retribution, the Indonesian military and their militia proxies killed at least 1400, raped women and girls, destroyed 75% of the country's infrastructure, and forced three-quarters of the population from their homes. On May 20, 2002, East Timor became the first independent nation of the millennium. Independent Timor-Leste is working to rebuild, establish itself, and create essential political, social, and economic institutions.

What does ETAN do now? Although East Timor is now an independent nation, many issues remain: None of the Indonesian military and police officials who planned and carried out 1999s scorched earth campaign or the 24-years of illegal occupation of East Timor have been brought to justice. ETAN continues to oppose U.S. assistance to Indonesia's military, which remains a major roadblock to reform, justice, human rights and security. Indonesia's security forces continue to engage in human rights violations in West Papua. We also work with East Timorese grassroots organizations to ensure that the developing U.S.-East Timor relationship respects East Timorese human, political, economic and environmental rights. Holding people and governments accountable for past crimes and working towards a just future for Timor and Indonesia are critical. ETAN works with U.S. activists to maintain awareness and mobilize grassroots pressure for justice and human rights in East Timor and Indonesia.

Near the end of 2011, ETAN will begin celebrating our 20th anniversary. We plan to look back at all that we have accomplished. We will also look forward and explore what solidarity means today.

How to apply
Applications are accepted at any time and starting dates are flexible. To apply, please send or e-mail a cover letter, resume and writing sample along with your reasons for applying and any relevant experience to:

East Timor and Indonesia Action Network
Tel. 718-596-7668; email:

• Location: Brooklyn

Posted: Thursday, August 28, 2014 10:17 AM

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Madison Payments, Inc. is a Manhattan based start-up credit card processing company. We are looking for outside sales representatives to market our services to small and medium sized businesses in the NYC area. We offer the most competitive compensation structure in the industry which includes:

-Base salary, upon completion of training program
-Health Benefits
-Very generous acquisition bonus on all new accounts
-Monthly production bonus
-Quarterly residual bonus
-Unlimited earning potential
-Flexible hours

Leads are provided as is extensive and ongoing training. At Madison Payments, we are not selling a service, nor are we selling a product -- we're providing our merchants with the opportunity to save money. Simple.

Average performers should expect to earn $60,000+ in Year 1, while superstars will earn in excess of $100,000. Earnings will increase exponentially year after year as a result of account residuals. Advancement opportunities are available for those with a proven track record of success.

We are an aggressive company looking for like-minded individuals. A college degree is a plus but not necessary and at least 2 years of B2B sales experience. You should be hungry, motivated and possess an entrepreneurial spirit. You must have confidence and excellent communication skills. For immediate consideration, please email your resume with the job title Account Executive to

Human Resources Madison Payments, Inc.

• Location: Other

Posted: Thursday, August 28, 2014 10:05 AM

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Job description

The Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI) helps people to realize the benefits of their countries' endowments of oil, gas and minerals. We do this through technical advice, advocacy, applied research, policy analysis, and capacity development. We work with innovative agents of change within government ministries, civil society, the media, legislatures, the private sector, and international institutions to promote accountable and effective governance in the extractive industries. For more information, please see:


The Natural Resource Governance Institute´s Latin America Regional Office (NRGI-LA) seeks to hire a highly motivated, capable individual combining economic and general analytical skills, an understanding of policy-making, and also project management capacities. The Regional Program Officer will be expected to be a core member of the NRGI-LA regional team reporting to the NRGI-LA Regional Director. The Regional Program Officer will also establish working relations as needed with global teams in charge of research, capacity building and technical assistance activities.

The NRGI–LA office wishes to build on its work to date to expand its profile as a respected interlocutor in the regional debates regarding the extractive industries, growth, wellbeing and democracy. In order to achieve such goal we will develop short and mid-term research projects that provide civil society activists, the media, the corporate sector and public officials with new data, analysis and policy recommendations on cutting edge issues regarding the extractive industries in Latin America.

At the same time, we promote regional and national comprehensive capacity building programs aimed at civil society activists but also public and private sector decision makers, in association with the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru and the Universidad del Externado in Colombia.


The NRGI-LA Regional Program Officer will be responsible for:

Identifying research and analysis needs at the regional level and producing proposals for how to meet those needs
Monitoring and contributing to the evidence base associated with natural resource governance, both regionally and globally
Overseeing the implementation of research and analysis projects, including coordinating and managing the participation of other colleagues and/or institutions or in charge of consultants
Developing strategies to disseminate research and analysis regionally and globally, in concert with NRGI's communications team
Leveraging NRGI's global data, analysis and research agenda, making linkages to the regional issues and contributing inputs as appropriate
Managing the NRGI LA Regional Knowledge Hub project in direct coordination with the PUCP management team, including direct participation in training activities
Collaborating with regional and global staff to provide capacity development and technical assistance as required
Representing the organization in international conferences, the media and other public events, as requested

Preferred Qualifications and Skills

Masters level degree in the social sciences or equivalent experience
Track record of engaging with key stakeholders in the region, including civil society, media, companies, private sector or government
Proven knowledge of regional/country issues and demonstrated familiarity with natural resource governance
Excellent writing, analytical and quantitative skills
Technical skills related to macroeconomics, and the management of oil, gas and mining resources
Excellent interpersonal skills with ability to interact culturally, linguistically, and diplomatically with diverse internal and external individuals
Fluency in Spanish and English is required
Integrity and professional discretion
Previous experience managing simultaneous projects in a fast paced environment
Ability to work independently and as part of a team
Strong attention to detail and excellent organizational skills
Demonstrated project management skills
Proficient in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook)
Experience working or exposure to the international arena preferred
Some travel regionally and internationally required

A minimum of 5 years of relevant work/ research experience regarding the extractive industries

Salary: Commensurate with experience; opportunities for professional advancement. Full-time position.

Start Date: October 2014

Location: Lima, Peru.
How to apply

To apply: Please send a resume, cover letter and short writing sample (no longer than 5 pages) to at your earliest convenience and no later than October 1, 2104. Include in the subject line: NRGI - LA Program Officer.

• Location: Manhattan, 80 Broad Street, New York, NY, 10004, US

Posted: Thursday, August 28, 2014 4:13 AM

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Artadia is currently seeking interns for the 2014 fall season.

Artadia: The Fund for Art and Dialogue seeks undergraduate - or graduate (preferred) - students and recent grads interested in working in a fast-paced, multifaceted office. The intern will report directly to the Program Assistant, Development Associate, and at times, the Executive Director.

Main Responsibilities include:

Assist with day to day operations of an art non-profit organizations
Provide general program support to the Program Assistant
Assist with logistical coordination of awards process and exhibitions and special events
Assist in marketing-related activities, including the developing newsletters, updating social media pages and websites, and updating mailing lists.
Perform research on program cities
Database entry
Maintain Press Files and Press Packets
Provide General Development Support to the Development Associate
Maintain grant proposal spreadsheets and follow up with Foundations/Organizations after applications
Research foundations, granting organizations, program grants, government agencies, etc.
Assist with grant writing
Assist with member correspondence
Assist with research on individual and capital funding
Assist with preparation for meetings and special events
The ideal candidate will:

Have strong writing, proofreading and copyediting skills
Have a strong attention to detail and the ability to multi-task
Possess strong computer skills
Have an expert knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook)
Have knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite, Photoshop and InDesign especially
Have knowledge of mail marketing platforms and fundraising platforms (Salesforce, MailChimp)
Possess interest and knowledge of visual arts, fundraising, and development
Have a proven familiarity with research and research tools
Qualified candidates will be highly-organized, passionate about contemporary art, detail-oriented, and self-starting. Candidates should also enjoy working collaboratively.

Stipend: The part-time internship of 2 -3 days/week includes a modest stipend and some flexibility around hours. An intern should be willing to commit at least three months for the internship. Internship can begin immediately.

How to apply
Interested applicants should submit the following information to

A cover letter stating the reason for applying for the internship, and what the applicant hopes to gain from the experience.
Writing Sample
After applications are reviewed, selected applicants will be contacted for interviews.

No phone calls, please. Only candidates chosen for an interview will be contacted.

• Location: Brooklyn

Posted: Thursday, August 28, 2014 4:13 AM

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Exxcel Model & Talent, Inc.


Exxcel Model & Talent is a full service model/talent agency representing models of all types such as female/male fashion, commercial print, child and plus size. Talent representation includes actors for film, television, commercials and theater, as well as singers and dancers.
For more information on the agency please feel free to visit our website at

Brief Job Description:
Agent-Talent Relations
Assisting agency staff with bookings
Assist in model/talent submissions for castings
Participate in agency open-calls
Schedule weekly appointments
Clerical Office Work
Phone Calls

-Ability to multi-task
-Excellent phone skills
-Extensive communication/customer service background
-Must be familiar with Microsoft Programs

PLEASE EMAIL RESUME & AVAILABILITY TO if you are interested in setting up an interview with our agency. The subject of the email should read: Agency Internship

Kira Lichorowic 212-360-0395 Exxcel Model & Talent Inc.

• Location: Other

Posted: Thursday, August 28, 2014 4:13 AM

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Bioconjugation Development Chemist:

The role of Bioconjuagtion Development Chemist will include design and synthesis of small organic molecules hapten followed by conjugation to different biological reagents such as proteins (antibodies, enzymes, and some receptor proteins etc), nucleic acids, and some synthetic organic polymers etc. The development chemist is also responsible for characterization of the haptens and bioconjugates with NMR, MS, UV-Vis etc method. The ideal candidate should possess a Bachelor's or Master's degree and a background in synthetic organic/polymer chemistry with rich hand-on experience on reaction mixture purification methods such as flash column chromatography, crystallization etc. Having an understanding of antibody, ELISA and lateral flow tetsing technology, and material science/engineering such device fabrication is also a big plus. As part of a multidisciplinary team, a willingness to work "at the bench", high self-motivation and good communication skills are also an absolute requirement. Excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills and a strong desire to work in a challenging and dynamic interdisciplinary environment are required.

Sample Preparation Development Chemist:

The role of Sample Preparation Development Chemist will include development of separation methods to efficiently recover drug and toxin residues from a variety of food and feed matrices in a form compatible with ELISA and HPLC testing. The ideal candidate should possess a Bachelor's or Master's degree and a background in analytical chemistry with a strong emphasis on development and optimization of procedures to isolate organic compounds from complex matrices. Having an understanding of organic chemistry, antibody, and ELISA technology is also a big plus. As part of a multidisciplinary team, a willingness to work "at the bench", high self-motivation and good communication skills are also an absolute requirement. Excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills and a strong desire to work in a challenging and dynamic interdisciplinary environment are required.

Bioo Scientific

• Location: Other

Posted: Thursday, August 28, 2014 4:13 AM

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West Side Campaign Against Hunger

DEPARTMENT: Program Development Social Services Unit

STATUS: Full Time - Exempt


Oversee operations of Social Service department
Provide individual supervision to 6 social service counselors through monthly case review and team meetings.
Personally monitors performance outcomes: relies on evidence.
Provides prompt and accurate feedback after significant performance/events occur.
Monitors results achieved frequently to provide early detection of performance problems.
Complete written annual evaluations of social service staff by fairly rating employees performance.
Fosters an environment in which teamwork is practiced and valued.
Encourages the sharing of information among employees and other groups.
Recognizes and reinforces teamwork behaviors such as cooperation, participation, and maintaining good relationships.


Conduct daily assessments of food pantry customers, as needed.
Oversee case handling and data entry of counselors.
Provide oversight around challenging cases.
Conduct in-service trainings for social service staff. Research and schedule trainings from offsite providers, as needed.


Maintain and expand Resource and Referral Guide.
Initiate new linkages with community based organizations and government agencies to adequately respond to customer trends and service needs.
Schedule workshops and in-service trainings for pantry customers.
Order literature and outreach materials, create fliers and other social service promotional materials.
Provide translation, as needed.


Interacts successfully with a wide range of people.
Focuses on the problem and not the person when discussing issues.
Settles differences of opinions and handles problems tactfully.
Maintains control and composure even when strong differences of opinion occur.
Effectively negotiates with others to reach constructive, mutually agreed-upon solutions.
Establishes smooth and effective working relationships.
Willingly shares information and resources to help others.
Identifies opportunities for improving cooperation and teamwork.


Report monthly and yearly statistical data. Summarize and evaluate household and referral trends. Define specific referral goals and monitor progress.
Report population database issues and make recommendations for revision or expansion.
Contribute to funding reports as requested by management.


Attend all meetings and trainings.
Handle routine and challenging cases, oversee data entry and case handling of social service staff.
Conduct monthly workshops for customers.
Submit monthly, quarterly, and yearly reports.


Attend and contribute to staff meetings.
Liaise with food pantry staff and volunteers, administration and wellness staff.
Reports to Program Director
Discusses and gains agreement with Program Director on the unit's objectives before communicating them to employees.
Submits reports and other written materials on time.
Has organized system for follow-up so important actions are not overlooked.
Documents important aspects of decisions, discussions and actions as appropriate.
Updates unit objectives promptly to reflect changes in organizational needs, and communicates changes to employees.

REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must possess MSW degree and be bilingual in English & Spanish. Two or more years of supervisory experience required as well as five or more years in related social service work.


With the support of the Program Director, the individual should demonstrate the following competencies to perform the essential functions of this position.

Project/Resource Management – Establish plans and priorities; organizes human, physical and financial resources; simplifies and clearly explains complex information
Flexibility and Adaptability – Be willing and able to change work tasks when needed; shift priorities based on work demands. Assess and balance competing values (i.e. WSCAH and customer needs).
Decision Making and Problem Solving – Reach sound conclusions after considering options; develop creative and innovative solutions to customer problems; take decisive action in uncertain solutions.
Teamwork – Build strong relationships and work well with people of all levels both within and outside of WSCAH. Welcome differing ideas and points of view and encourage participation with co-workers, staff and customers.
Communication – Convey verbal and written information effectively in a clear, well organized and easily understood format to customers, staff and external resources.

Performance Evaluations:

This position is subject to performance reviews and annual written appraisals which may include employee/reviewer performance goals and developmental plans.

This job description is intended to convey information essential to understanding the scope of the position and it is not intended to be an exhaustive list of skills, efforts, duties, responsibilities or working conditions associated with the position.
How to apply

Please send your cover letter and resume to Only qualified applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please.

• Location: Other

Posted: Thursday, August 28, 2014 4:13 AM

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The Social Media Marketing intern will help the organization manage all facets of our dialogue with our 40,000 person type 1 diabetes community. The ideal intern will have a high interest in social media, marketing, non-profit work, and wants to make a difference. While you will be helping us and helping to speed a cure for type 1 diabetes, we also take our role in providing you with exceptional, real-life, business and non-profit experience that will help you gain a terrific job after graduation. The position is based in our NYC office (near 5th and Madison) and is 5-10 hours per week.
Interest in marketing, social media, a connection to type 1 diabetes, and a desire to make a genuine different in the world.
In your brief cover letter, please explain your connection to type 1 diabetes and your interest in marketing.

Phil Shaw 212-308-7433 Juvenile Diabetes Cure Alliance 212) 308-7433

• Location: Other

Posted: Thursday, August 28, 2014 12:12 AM

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Music promotion/PR company working with both local and international artists looking for casual quality freelance writers to write music features/reviews or short blog posts for our independent artists. We are only looking for writers who already contribute to a quality, medium or high traffic publication or blog, or can pitch features. Genres vary and all are high quality. We are looking for writers who have a true passion for honest, underground music like we do. Reviews are paid $10-$60 EACH depending on blog/publication audience. This is contract work meaning you could be sent anywhere from 1 - 10 artists per month. It's also casual, meaning you can choose to review any number of them or bypass them.

Reviews also should be your own opinion. They do not need to be positive. This must be an honest process.

Applicants must be prompt, professional and willing to establish a positive working relationship. Reviews should be completed within 2 weeks of receiving the music. Anyone who takes longer than the specified time (without communicating with us) will be removed from our writer's list.

Writers will NOT post reviews on our website, but must have their own platform.

Please get in touch with any prior experience, current places you write for, etc and we'll get back to you asap. Thank you!

• Location: Brooklyn

Posted: Thursday, August 28, 2014 12:12 AM

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Creative Booking Agency
6 East 45th Street, 10th Floor
New York, NY
CREATIVE BOOKING AGENCY ''CBA'' is an internationally oriented boutique agency specializing in the worldwide general management and touring activities of a prominent roster of performing artists, exhibitions, institutions, special attractions and theatrical productions crossing all genres including: Broadway, Cirque, Dance, Music and Theatre. CBA works exclusively and non-exclusively to package, represent and distribute the highest caliber of entertainment for Performing Arts Centers, Casinos, Fairs, Festivals, Arenas, and Corporate and Special events around the world.

OUR NON-PAYING internship with an option for college credit will expose the intern to all facets of agency operations. Interns will work side by side with agents in the entertainment business.
Duties will include filing, typing, faxing, copying, phones, desk coverage and other duties as assigned.
Candidate must be a Junior or Senior in college with a sincere interest in the entertainment industry. They should be bright, hardworking, a self-starter and able to multi-task.

• Location: Manhattan, 6 East 45th Street, 10th Floor

Posted: Thursday, August 28, 2014 12:12 AM

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Bindya NY
49 West 38th St, Suite 9
New York, NY
Bindya New York is looking for a pro-active, driven, design intern to work closely with the company’s designer. This position is perfect for those who want to gain experience and learn the inner-workings of a fashion company firsthand. You must be a fashion design student and a responsible self-starter willing to work in a fast-paced environment in order to meet deadlines.

About Us: We are a small fashion accessories company with a great office atmosphere located in the Fashion District in NYC.
Main Duties:
-Preparing mood boards
-Accompanying designer during trips around the garment district
-Assisting designer with design presentations and general duties

Internship candidates can start immediately and should be able to commit to a 2-3 month period. Preferred work schedule is 2-3 days or 20+ hours per workweek. Plus living in the tri-state area. There is a daily stipend of $15 for lunch and subway transportation. If interested, please email your resume.
-Studying or have a Bachelor’s Degree in Fashion or Accessories Design
-Reliable and able to meet deadlines
-Great communication skills
-Detail-oriented and organized
-Able to work in fast-paced and visually active environment
-Highly proficient in Microsoft Office, Adobe products, CAD and Mac computers
-Prior design experience a plus but not necessary

• Location: Manhattan, 49 West 38th Street, 9th Floor

Posted: Thursday, August 28, 2014 12:12 AM

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Internship description

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center is currently accepting applications for the Fall 2014 Digital Media internship in our communications department.The intern will work approximately 15-25 hours a week and assist with digital communications, including social media and email based marketing initiatives for The Center's events, activities and programs, as well as playing a support role in maintaining The Center's website. The intern will interact regularly with members of the LGBT community and will collaborate with Center staff across departments. Applicants must be junior or senior year undergraduate students, or recent college graduates. Duties and responsibilities will include but not be limited to:

Assist with production of email communications.
Assist with day-to-day production of materials, including program flyers, digital graphics, etc.
Contributing content to e-newsletters, social media and The Center's website.
Assist with website maintenance and content management.
Social media monitoring and reporting.

Position requirements:

Excellent written, verbal and communication skills.
Experience with HMTL and CSS, a working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite.
Detailed oriented.
Able to multi-task, meet deadlines and work well independently and collaboratively.
Knowledge and familiarity of LGBT communities and issues is strongly preferred.
Experience with graphic design and/or content management systems a plus.
A strong commitment to the mission of The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center.

How to apply

For consideration, submit a cover letter and resume by email to Please include "Fall 2014 Digital Media Intern" in the subject line.

• Location: Other, 208 West 13th Street, New York

Posted: Thursday, August 28, 2014 12:12 AM

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Internship description

The Opportunity Agenda is dedicated to building the national will to expand opportunity for all in America through communications, research, and advocacy. We are seeking a Communications Intern with a demonstrated commitment to social justice and equal opportunity, strong communications skills, and the initiative to take on new and innovative assignments. A sense of humor, patience, and a dose of modesty are essential.

The internship is open to undergraduate and graduate students with a specific interest in communications. The precise nature of the work varies by project and is based on the office's needs, but examples of work include:

Building a housing policy storybank: interviewing, journalistic writing, and media outreach
Reviewing and summarizing news articles related to home opportunity/housing policy
Reviewing websites of advocacy partners to keep abreast of upcoming events, reports, or other releases
Contributing to the development of communications guidance and training specific to home opportunity
Regularly update social media – Facebook, Twitter, etc.
Drafting blog posts on home opportunity issues
Maintaining an up-to-date list of home opportunity advocates' contact information and preferences
Sending regular, polished emails to a large group of home opportunity advocates

Applicants with previous non-profit communications experience and strong writing skill will be given preference.

The internship is full time (40 hours a week) for 10 weeks and based in New York City with an initial orientation, on-going supervision, and a final evaluation of the experience.


Education and/or Experience: Attending college/graduate school or recently graduated and thinking seriously about career direction. Experience working with housing policy or social media is a plus.

Other Skills and Abilities:

Candidates for this position should have a strong desire to work in non-profit communications. The ideal candidate will have some experience working in a professional environment and therefore bring to the position analytical, organizational, and general office skills along with strong verbal, written, and interpersonal skills. The candidate must be comfortable taking initiative and is a detail-oriented, energetic and quick learner possessing writing, editing, and research skills.

Proficient computer skills including knowledge of writing for the web, social media for online advocacy, and blogging platforms, strong organizational skills, proficiency in English, the ability to work independently and collaboratively with diverse populations, and an interest in learning about housing policy, social media, and media outreach.


Benefits include stipend, flexible working hours, a convenient location in SoHo, and an opportunity to gain organizational, non-profit, and coalition experience. This internship offers exposure to online advocacy, coalition development, and media pitching.
How to apply

Applicants should send a letter of interest and resume to email address and include "Home Opportunity Internship" in the subject line. No phone calls please.

• Location: Other, 568 Broadway, Suite 701, New York

Posted: Thursday, August 28, 2014 12:12 AM

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Brooklyn, New York, United States

Suneris, Inc is a medical device company that manufactures a hemostatic agent that can instantly stop traumatic bleeding. We are looking for interns to fill three part-time positions for this fall. This will be a 15 week internship and will begin on September 8th, 2014. Compensation will be $12.50/hr.

The project descriptions are listed below:

Program 1: Suneris Chemical Engineering Internship

Job Description: Interns will assist with the scale-up and optimization of a regulated biochemical manufacturing process. Duties will include running reactions at both small and large scale, sizing and maintaining process equipment, working in a clean room environment, performing assays to validate manufacturing, working with raw material and catalyst selection, and producing computer simulations of the processes. Opportunities will be available for compensated travel to conferences and other industry related events.

Program 2: Suneris Biochemistry Internship

Job Description: Interns will assist with the synthesis of biocompatible polymers for hemostasis and wound healing. Duties will include designing reaction schemes, working with surface functionalization (grafting on/grafting from), running biological assays, working with live tissue, optimizing raw materials, and writing up and presenting findings. Opportunities for compensated travel to conferences and other industry related events exist.

Program 3: Suneris Biomedical Engineering Internship

Job Description: Interns will assist with the development of in vitro simulations for hemostasis and wound healing. Duties will include working with various biomaterials, optimizing material properties, observing surgeries and speaking with clinicians to collect data, designing a tissue adhesion model, writing up and presenting findings. Opportunities for compensated travel to conferences and other industry related events exist.

Program 1 Requirements

Background in Chemical Engineering or similar program. Graduate level coursework preferred. Proficiency with MATLAB and other computer programs. Experience with biopolymers is preferred.

Program 2 Requirements

Background in Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, or similar program. Graduate level coursework and prior lab experience preferred.

Program 3 Requirements

Background in Biomedical Engineering or similar programs. Graduate level coursework and prior lab experience preferred.

• Location: Brooklyn

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Kit Yan Productions


Negotiate and execute contracts

Coordinate logistics with clients

Create and manage monthly newsletter

Manage database and mailing lists

Participate in strategy planning and management meetings

Assisting Kit on National tours


Marketing and promotions


Liaison with agents, press, managers, etc.

Work closely with OUTmedia (largest LGBT talent agency in U.S.)

Manage and facilitate internship programs

Administrative duties as needed


Entrepreneurial Spirit

Bachelors degree

Business and arts management degrees preferred

Administration Experience

Ability to use and grow social media platforms

Ability to communicate intentionally

Experience with photoshop, website management, and video editing preferred

Experience in arts and arts management

Passion for queer and LGBT activism

Passion for Asian American and People of color activism

Passion for Social Justice

Must live in the New York City area

Must be willing to travel or support tours remotely

Salary: Commensurate with experience. Opportunity for advancement.
How to apply

Please send resumes and cover letters to

• Location: Other

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Based in New York and Bangkok, Remote Lands is a luxury boutique travel company focused exclusively on Asia that creates custom holidays for high net-worth individuals. For more information, please check out

Your duties will consist of writing out itinerary copy, researching new attractions and destinations, and doing layout of itineraries and proposals. You'll be mostly working from a template, and most of the text and pictures will be provided. You must have basic knowledge of Indesign and Adobe creative suite. Ideally you have a passion for travel and have been to Asia.

-Excellent writing, editing, and communication skills.
-Broad knowledge of Asia required, travel experience is a plus.
-General technical proficiency in Word, Excel, Acrobat, HTML, etc...
-"Detail orientated" is an understatement - ability to analyze and synthesize a vast volume of information and understand complicated travel logistics.

Please submit a cover letter, resume, and the assignment noted below for consideration. Only applicants submitting all documentation will be considered.

**Please write a short, 5 sentence paragraph based on the two attractions and hotels listed below.
**Please be sure to do your own research, and list your sources on the bottom of the document; no particular format is needed, just the website url, or the book title and author (if it's from a book).
**Please be sure to write about historical significance, describe the attraction/hotel, emphasize any special stories (if any)
**Feel free to look on our website for pointers -

1. Virupaksha Temple (Hampi, India)
2. Bangalore Palace (Bangalore, India)

1. Hampi Boulders (Hampi, India)
2. Clark's Exotica (Bangalore, India)

Thank you and we look forward to receiving your submissions!

Krista Ware Remote Lands

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Job description

Signature Theatre, one of New York's leading Off-Broadway theatres, is seeking a Community Outreach Representative. Founded in 1991, Signature Theatre exists to honor and celebrate the playwright, producing seven to nine productions annually at the 75,000 square foot Frank Gehry-designed Pershing Square Signature Center, which features three theatres, two rehearsal studios, a central, public lobby with a café and bookstore, as well as administrative offices. In 2005, Signature began its groundbreaking Signature Ticket Initiative, providing affordable tickets to all of its productions.

The Community Outreach Representative is a part time position within the Marketing and Audience Services Department and reports directly to the Marketing Manager. The position facilitates group sales, and works closely with Marketing and Ticket Services staff to cultivate relationships with outside organizations and help administer individual community outreach.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Facilitate all aspects of the group sales process
Research targeted lists for outreach and group sales opportunities and facilitate communication with outside organizations
Assist with cultivation events

Candidate must be positive, energetic, highly organized, and possess excellent customer service and communication skills. The ideal candidate should have experience with or enthusiasm for building and developing relationships with targeted audiences. Experience with ticketing systems in a professional capacity is a plus. Candidates must be able to demonstrate the ability to communicate and work effectively with diverse communities and cultures.
How to apply

This is a part time position without benefits. Email cover letter and resume with references to Please include "Community Outreach Representative" in the subject line. E.O.E. No phone calls, please. For more information on Signature, please visit

• Location: Manhattan, 480 W 42nd St, New York, NY

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