Career Services Current Internships 2016

It is imperative that before you apply, to any of the below Internships, please have a Career Counselor at Career Services look at your resume. Also if you receive an internship let us know.

For more information contact Dawn Demry-Jones at 718-262-2981 or email:

and log into your Cardinal Account for more detailed description of each internship.

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The Partnership for a New American Economy brings together more than 500 Republican, Democratic, and Independent mayors and business leaders united in making the case for streamlining, modernizing, and rationalizing our immigration system. We advocate for reform through a variety of digital and on-the-ground initiatives and through original research and policy reports. We engage our political leaders in Washington DC and across the country, and unite the diverse sectors that support reform. The Partnership is seeking a New York City-based paid Summer 2016 Intern to assist in strategy, research, organizing, event planning, writing, project management, social media, and design. Click below link for more information

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The Fund for American Studies has 4 full scholarships available to aid outstanding student leaders in participating in 1 of 5 summer institutes focusing the following subject areas: Public Policy + Economics, International Affairs, Journalism + Communication, Business + Government Affairs, Service + Community Leadership

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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

Eligibility criteria

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). For full consideration, HRTP must receive the following on or before the deadline:
1. Completed electronic application 2. Official school transcripts 3. Personal Essay 4. Recommendation 5. Curriculum Vitae/Resume

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NYC Emergency Management offers internships in the spring, summer, and fall. The spring internship requires a 15-hour to 20-hour/week commitment.

Current Internship Opportunities

Positions for the 2016 Spring Internship Program are now posted.

  • Health and Medical Intern
  • Health and Medical Intern 2
  • Human Services DAFN Planning Intern
  • Human Services Planning Intern
  • Logistics Planning Intern
  • Plan Management Unit Intern
  • Training Management Intern / Database Management Intern

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Congressional Collegiate Internship Program: There is no higher honor or greater responsibility than serving your country by exhibiting a staunch commitment to strengthening our nation and making a difference through your labor. The program is open only to College Students and recent College Graduates (Undergrad/Grad). There are no residency requirements.

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Lincoln Park Coast Cultural District (LPCCD), SPRING/SUMMER 2016 INTERNSHIPS

Non-Profit Management, Fundraising/Development and Marketing

FOR NON-PROFIT MANAGEMENT majors include: Non-Profit/Public Affairs and Non-Profit Management, Business, Finance, Economics, Law, Public Policy, Marketing/Advertising

FOR FUNDRAISING/DEVELOPMENT majors include: Non-Profit/Public Affairs and Non-Profit Management, Marketing, Advertising, Sales

FOR MARKETING majors include: Marketing/Event Planning and Execution, Marketing/Digital Marketing,Communications, Journalism, Liberal Arts, Music Business


Must be full-time, part-time or graduate student, able to contribute 15 hours a week from office, and able to check emails and phone messages remotely. NYC/Northern NJ metro area recommended.


  • FALL/WINTER SEMESTER: Deadline: August 1, 2015 Starts: September 21, 2015 (on or about)
  • SPRING SEMESTER: Deadline: January 22, 2015 Starts: February 22, 2016 (on or about)
  • SUMMER SEMESTER: Deadline: March 15, 2016 Starts: May 20, 2016 (on or about)


Student must be able to receive internship credit during school year at a 4-year, 2-year institution or prove you are currently taking college level courses. LPCCD can fill out any required paperwork. LPCCD can provide proof of 501C (3) nonprofit status as required. Stipends or paid positions may be available but dependent on assigned project, scope and available budgets.

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NYC Mayor's Office is looking to hire 3 Unpaid interns immediately in the Help Desk Support area. The position can be P/T 2-3 times a week if needed and it's a great opportunity for the students to gain practical experience and based on performance they could possibly be hired full-time. They are willing to provide training and guidance as needed but they only want interns that are able to perform well and that are motivated to take on these tedious tasks. There would need to be interviews with the Help Desk Managers along with a vetting process that includes an NYPD background check. I would also like to have a 10 minute conversation with the students prior to the interview with Mayor's Office staff.

Below I have listed some of the assignments the intern would handle.

  • Help Desk Support, Imaging PCs, Asset Management,
  • Inventory, Trouble-Shooting, Help Desk Phone Support


  1. DuPont. Dupont is currently seeking interns in 2 areas (1) Technology, programming specifically. (2) Research in plant/agricultural sciences, genetics, crop science.
  2. Merrill Lynch is seeking 10 interns to participate in their financial advisor internship program. These internships are available across the county so students will not need to relocate for the summer.
  3. Dominos. Dominos has a wonderful leadership development program. This is a full time opportunity for students interested in business, management, entrepreneurship. After several rotational assignments, the student will graduate from the program at a director level in the organization.

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The CUNY Service Corps. The application for the Service Corps is now OPEN! We are currently recruiting NEW students for the Fall 2016-Spring 2017 academic year. Please contact campus-based program managers for more information or attend an information sessions at participating campuses.

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

Undergraduate interns should have majors in any of the fields of study mentioned above. Strong analytical, research and communications skills are required. Candidates must have familiarity in MS Word and Excel To participate in the OMB Summer Internship Program, graduate students must be currently enrolled or accepted into a graduate program and undergraduate students must be enrolled or accepted into a college or university. Summer Undergraduate Intern - $12.00 per hour

Internships will run for 10 weeks, from June 6, 2016 to August 12, 2016. The work must be done during the regular work day, 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. - no evenings or weekends. Interested candidates should forward a resume and cover letter to Nicole DellaCorte at the address below.

The Department of Psychological Sciences Northern Arizona University


Summer 2016 Undergraduate Research Internships In The Social Psychophysiology of Compassion

At our beautiful Mountain Campus in Flagstaff, Arizona

June 4 through August 1, 2016

Application Deadline March 15, 2016