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National Endowment for the Humanities Seeks Interns for Spring 2013

6 Dec

The National Endowment for the Humanities Office of Congressional and White House Affairs is looking for qualified applicants to the NEH Spring 2013 Internship Program.  In the past, their interns have worked on several large events at the White House, and have assisted on various projects highlighting the NEH’s programs.   Specific tasks may include managing invitation and RSVP lists, drafting briefing memos, managing our web presence, conducting outreach to Congressional offices, and communicating with presenters and VIPs.

They are looking for interns who possess strong writing and communication skills, and who have a passion for the humanities. Interns must be able to complete tasks in a timely manner, and be professional and detail-oriented. Experience working with Microsoft Word, Excel, and social media outlets such as Facebook and Twitter is preferred. Our internships are unpaid, but we are able to provide transportation reimbursement. We are looking for a commitment of at least 2-3 full days a week. Please send a resume, short writing sample, and cover letter to cnoble@neh.gov by December 12th to apply.

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The Most Unconventional Internship We’ve Ever Shared [Intern]

1 Feb

We’re guessing you probably have to be 21 or older to take on this internship, which looks like it could be a lot of fun.  We’ve definitely never seen one like this before.


Marketing and Communications Assistant

Internships | Washington, D.C., United States

The company: District Karaoke

District Karaoke — the District’s only social, team-based karaoke league—is a new, fun and exciting start-up company. We’re a highly motivated and quick-witted (at least we try to be) group looking for someone with those characteristics.  If that describes you, then keep reading because we want you to join our team!

In its inaugural season, District Karaoke occurs weekly at our sponsor bar, Policy Restaurant and Lounge, and we do not have an office. So tasks not done in the sponsor bar will be completed elsewhere (that is, wherever you work best).

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Freshmen: Intern with Teach For America

11 Oct


Apply now for an internship

with Teach For America

Teach For America seeks outstanding leaders to join our regional efforts in placing teachers in DC classrooms, supporting our teachers, and supporting our recruitment campaigns.

Internship Responsibilities

  • The focus of this internship is providing professional development, a good portion of time will be spent learning about Teach For America, our mission, and the broader education landscape.
  • Learn about top qualities that employers look for and cultivate those skills
  • Support regional recruitment efforts through database management, marketing design, event planning and social media outreach
  • Develop excellent organizational and time management systems
  • Support Regional Partnerships and district placement in DC and Prince George’s County.
  • Learn more about working at a top non-profit organization
  • Work actively towards the mission of closing the achievement gap and eliminating educational inequity
  • The internship
  • Interns will set their own hours and come into work in the DC office located at 14th and K St.

Apply Today


Send resume and cover letter indicating your interest in the role to Jon Marker, jon.marker@teachforamerica.org – Please reach out to Jon for questions as well.

New Media Internship for the FCC [Intern!]

16 Aug

Check out this internship opportunity at the Federal Communications Commission, sent to us by UHPer Chris Sedor.

New Media Intern — Federal Communications Commission

The FCC New Media internship offers students a unique opportunity to work with the first-ever New Media Team established at the FCC, and to take part in the innovative experience of incorporating new technologies into government.

Since its inception in August of 2009, the FCC New Media team has established many innovative precedents in government: launched an ambitious effort in online public participation and e-rulemaking; oversaw an unprecedented redesign of the agency’s web presence from the ground-up; and developed the 3rd-largest Twitter following in government. The Washington Post even hailed, “Julius Genachowski’s FCC looks to be the most forward of the Obama Administration agencies to grasp Web 2.0.”

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Intern with A Wider Circle

12 Aug

The UHP received a request to share this internship opportunity form A Wider Circle.  Internships here run the gamut of business, direct service, marketing and more — all for a non-profit, grass roots organization to help lift families and children out of poverty.  Keep reading for more details, and how to apply.

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