Even Lego people have to get jobs at some point. (Photo courtesy COB LOG LAB)
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Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
The Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies in the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is creating a multi-volume Encyclopedia of Camps and Ghettos, 1933-1945.
In support of this effort, the Center is seeking a contract researcher to gather information and write encyclopedic entries on particular sites, using the Museum’s library and archival holdings as well as other resources in the Washington, DC area. Specifically, the research will concern camps and ghettos under European regimes aligned with Nazi Germany. The researcher may have the opportunity to publish his or her work in the encyclopedia. Some translation and editing duties may also be required. Work is to begin on July 15. Continue reading
Hey all, The Hollings Center is looking for an unpaid intern in the DC area over the summer. The internship would begin in mid to late May and continue through the summer. Duties and qualifications are listed below. Information on how to apply can be found here: http://www.hollingscenter.org/about/open-positions
- Assist with preparations for dialogue conferences
- conduct research for grant proposals and conference themes
- monitor current events in the Middle East and Central Asia
- assist with office administrative tasks
- help with updating website and database
- attend DC events on behalf of the Hollings Center
- Strong interest in and knowledge of the Center’s subject matter
- Excellent office skills
- Strong research skills
- Detail-oriented, reliable, self-starter
- Regional language skills a plus, especially Arabic
- Excellent knowledge of MS Word, Excel, and/or WordPress
If you’re interested in lobbying and/or organic food policy, take a break from your finals to participate in the Organic Trade Association’s Policy Conference and Hill Visit Days. The conference takes place from May 9-15.
Interns will be paid $12/hour, and support registration, scheduling, events, and communications.
See the attached application for more information if you are interested, and direct any questions you may have to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you want to…
* see your friends graduate,
* earn extra money before summer begins,
* extend the stay in your residence hall until May 20 at no charge, and
* be part of a university tradition