Career Services Current Internships 2018
For more information, contact Dawn Demry-Jones at 718-262-2981 or email: email@example.com and log into your Cardinal Account for a more detailed description of each internship.
Goldman Sachs offers exploratory programs which are designed to provide exposure to the numerous career paths available in the financial services industry while honing the skills that will set you up for success as you explore future opportunities. Participants will enjoy skill-building workshops, group activities and networking opportunities with
professionals at the firm. All travel, food, and accommodations are provided.
Start your application at goldmansachs.com/careers/events
May 14–17, 2018 - New York City
Application Deadline: Sunday, March 18
Eligibility Requirements: Applicants should be black, Hispanic/Latino, Native American and/or women undergraduate students graduating between December 2019 and June 2020 and should be interested in pursuing careers in engineering, including software engineering, financial modeling and data science.
May 14–16, 2018 NYC, Salt Lake City, and Dallas
Application Deadline: Sunday, April 8 at 11:59 p.m.
Eligibility Requirements: Applicants should be black, Hispanic/Latino, Native American and/or first-generation undergraduate students graduating between December 2019 and June 2021.
Spring–Summer 2018 - Virtual
Application Deadline: Sunday, April 8
Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduate students graduating between December 2019 and June 2021.
To be considered for any of these events, please complete the following steps:
1. Submit applications through our events portal at www.goldmansachs.com/careers/events. Search under “Diversity” events to apply.
2. Complete all questions contained in the “Inbox Task” that you will receive once you apply on the events portal.
3. Complete a video interview via the HireVue platform. Please note: You may apply to as many programs as you’d like, but may only be selected to attend one in-person program. You need to complete the application only once if applying
to multiple programs.
The White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders offer full-time internships year round (spring, summer, and fall). Part-time applicants who can commit to at least 20 hours a week will be considered, although the Initiative prioritizes full-time applicants (32-40 hours a week). Internships are available in Washington, DC at the Initiative headquarters.
HRTP: A Public Health Internship Program -Training the next generation of public-health leaders is at the heart of our mission. Through our health and research training programs, undergraduate, graduate, and professional students can work with experienced mentors confronting real-life challenges in the field. The Health Department's training programs include a 10-12 week, full-time summer course, and a part-time course during the academic year. Participants gain experience in planning, research, administration, and evaluation.
HRTP is open to students enrolled as matriculated undergraduate, graduate, and professional degree programs at an accredited college or university. Applicants must be in good academic standing (GPA above 3.0). If interested, please visit https://www1.nyc.gov/site/doh/about/employment/hrtp-internship.page
NYC Emergency Management offers internships in the spring, summer, and fall. The spring internship requires a 15-hour to 20-hour/week commitment.
NYC Emergency Management is accepting applications in many different areas.
City Of New York Parks & Recreation
NYC Parks offers seasonal paid positions across the city. They are looking for athletic, outdoor recreation leaders and
youth development outdoor educators to work as facilitators at an exciting challenge course facility in Queens.
Facilitate high and low-ropes programs for a diverse community including youth, adults, and people with disabilities.
Lead off-course programs focusing on team building, leadership, and group dynamics. Perform routine assembly,
inspection and maintenance of challenge course.
The New York City Office of Management and Budget offers Internships within various Task Forces within the agency. During their time at OMB, interns may work with a budget analyst to analyze the operations, projects, and expense, capital or revenue budgets of a New York City agency. Interns with coursework in statistics and econometrics may also help conduct research on a wide range of public policy topics such as income inequality or housing and economic development. OMB is offering a summer internship opportunity to several students interested in gaining invaluable experience working in City government. Interns will be paired with an analyst in an OMB Task Force and will assist with the day-to-day analysis, research and/or financial planning conducted by the unit
Graduate - Interns should have completed a minimum of one year of study in Finance, Public Policy, Public Administration, Business Administration, Economics, Urban Planning, or have demonstrated knowledge in a specific public policy area. Candidates should have strong analytical, quantitative, research and communication skills. Additionally, candidates must be proficient in MS Word and Excel - Summer Graduate Intern - $17.00 per hour
For information on how to apply, visit http://www1.nyc.gov/site/omb/careers/careers.page
Building on CUNY’s history of service to New York City, the CUNY Service Corps creates opportunities for students, faculty, and staff at the University to work on projects that improve the city’s short and long-term civic, economic and environmental sustainability.
CUNY Service Corps members are part of a University cohort of students practicing service that is aligned with their civic and professional goals. Service placements last twenty-four weeks over two semesters. Participants work 12 hours per week, are paid $12/hour and in some instances earn college credit.
Please contact campus-based program managers for more information or attend an information session at participating campuses. You can also visit http://www1.cuny.edu/sites/servicecorps/
Building from the success of the former IT Specialists Internship Program, CUNY Internship Programs are expanding our relationships with New York City agencies to include internships in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). For over a decade, numerous interns have been hired by their agencies through this program, some moving into leadership positions where they oversee current CUNY interns.
We also maintain our long-standing partnerships with two other important New York City entities—NYC 311 and the NYCHA Customer Contact Center. Interns work as call takers at these two critically important call centers.
Students who are part of CUNY Internship Programs gain valuable experience working to help their fellow New Yorkers, as well as becoming part of the future of NYC’s workforce.
For information on how to become a CUNY Intern, visit http://www2.cuny.edu/employment/student-jobs/internships/cuny-internship-programs/apply/
The City University of New York (CUNY) partnered with New York City’s Department of Cultural Affairs and The Rockefeller Foundation to launch the CUNY Cultural Corps, which creates opportunities for CUNY students to work in the City’s cultural sector. Modeled after the CUNY Service Corps, which provides hundreds of CUNY students with paid work experience in civic-oriented jobs in community-based organizations and government agencies, the Cultural Corps aims to be a strong student pipeline for successful alumni into New York City’s arts and culture institutions.
Visit for more information: http://www1.cuny.edu/sites/culturalcorps/