Monday, April 30, 2012

NAP Weekly Announcements - Spring 2012 - Week 6

A Note from community member David Rolla:

Dear Community,
It is with a heavy heart that Los Hermanos write this email. On Sunday, April 29th Hermano Jonel Gonzalez (Beta Gamma Chapter, Pace University, Spring 2012) suffered a devastating loss when his grandparents, mother, aunt, sister and two young cousins (7 people) were involved in a fatal car accident in the Bronx. As you can imagine, Hermano Jonel and his family are beside themselves as they come to grips with the reality of this matter.
Many of you are conscious of the extraordinary expense of facilitating final arrangements for one person, multiply this number by seven and you cannot begin to imagine what the financial burden this will cause for this family. The Hermanos of Psi Chapter would like to help lighten this load for Hermano Jonel as much as possible, and therefore we are reaching out to our Dartmouth community to help us make a financial contribution toward assisting Hermano Jonel’s family at this trying time.
There are a couple of ways in which you can donate (see below for details. We recommend Da$h or WePay). If you have any questions, please feel free to blitz
LUL is a close knit brotherhood that spans the nation, and tragedies like this shake the whole Hermandad. We sincerely thank you for your time and contribution. Please keep Hermano Jonel and his family in your thoughts and prayers.
Los Hermanos of Psi Chapter
La Unidad Latina, Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity, Inc.

Option 1) Fill out this form with Da$h information
Option 2) You can donate directly to a fund collection on WePay using a major credit or debit card.
Option 3) Donate via PayPal by visiting PayPal.Com and transfering money to (funds transfered to this account go immediately to the family).
More information about the accident can be found on the NYT’s  and CNN’s websites.

WHEN: All nominations due by Thursday 5/3 @midnight!!!!
Nominate students, staff, organizations for an award!

NAD Meetings @ 7 pm on Thursdays in the Dining Room of the House
Baloney Lunch @ Noon on Fridays in the NAP


Events this week:

Dinner at the House at 6 pm MONDAY NIGHT to meet and eat with Ishmael before his talk.
Ish. Hope Talk#2

Native American Craft Fair

May 6, 2012 - 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

 Mohegan Tribal Government Building

13 Crow Hill Road

Uncasville, CT 06382

The Cultural and Community Programs Department will hold a Native American craft fair in the Community Center gymnasium. The fair is open to the public and admission is free. For information, call 860-862-6204.

Beading classes
Started Sunday April 29; Mount Kearney Indian Museum is offering eight classes in beadworking and quillworking which started last Sunday. The first class was Lazy Stitch with Liz Charlebois. Class starts at 10am and lasts 2-3 hours. $15 for members, $30 for non-members includes all materials. Call the office to sign up: 603-456-2600.

The classes will have something to offer for beadworkers of all levels.  Learn a new technique or add to your regalia. To see a descriptions of each class and instructor follow this link:

Crooked Arrows
Dear Friends of Crooked Arrows--
As many of you know, the motion picture Crooked Arrows opens in just under four weeks.  It's the first mainstream lacrosse movie and one of the only family-friendly contemporary Native American movies ever made. The movie's co-producers and most of its cast are Native American.  Attendees of an early screening a few weeks ago at the NIGA Convention were moved and thrilled.  Here's is a short video from the making of the movie last summer in Massachusetts featuring Mashpee, Onondaga, Tuscarora, Mohawk and many other Natives.
On Wednesday, May 9th in Syracuse, NY, the Onondaga Nation, the movie's largest investor, is hosting the Crooked Arrows world premiere. And every Native American nation is invited. Understanding that many people can't make it to Syracuse very easily, we're offering all nations the opportunity to participate in this once-in-a-lifetime cultural event.  Participating nations will immediately receive promotional materials and soon thereafter a special print of the film and a closed circuit webcast code that will beam them right onto the red carpet in Syracuse for an hour of festivities prior to and
following the screening at 8PM EDT.
Participating nations can invite as many people as they want or sell as many tickets as they like for whatever price they choose to this one-night-only screening.  Because we understand that all nations
cannot afford to purchase a screening, we're offering purchasing nations a chance to designate one other nation to enjoy the premiere event for free.  It's truly our hope to share this event with as many
Native Americans on this night as possible.
We truly need all nations signed up by next week in order to fully service this event.  For more information, please contact the Crooked Arrows Native Nations Premiere Office at 424-216-8108 or

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VISTA Opportunity
Interested in spending a the 2012-2013 year here at Dartmouth working
as a full time VISTA for the NAP? Please apply!

Clinton Global Initiative
The Clinton Global Initiative has just posted a new position for a Marketing Writing Associate.  Please feel free to send this listings to your friends, co-workers, alumni and other appropriate people.  Interested applicants should apply for positions on the website at

Education Programs Specialist
The following link is for an Education Program Specialist position in the Office of Indian Education at the U.S. Department of Education in Washington, DC. It is a GS-9 and the salary range is $51,630.00 to $67,114.00 / Per Year.  The qualifications state a Master’s degree or a Bachelor’s degree and experience in the field of Indian education, but if you are a recent graduate with some experience or interest in Indian education then you are encouraged you to apply. It posted Friday, April 13 at and expires on May 14, 2012.

The Qatar Scholarship Program
Offers dedicated Arabic language students from the U.S. the opportunity to master their skills in an intensive Arabic language program at Qatar University (QU) in Doha for an entire academic year (September to June). The scholarship includes tuition, room and board in university dorms, round-trip airfare, local transportation, and books.
Deadline: MAY 25

Island Fellows Program
(1-2 year) Build sustainability of Maine's island and working waterfront communities. Help guide planning and economic development, through the Island Institute in Rockland, Maine.
Deadline: MAY 27

Ohio Legislative Service Commission - Telecommunications Fellowship
(13 mos.) Fellows assigned to the Office of Government Telecommunications/ The Ohio Channel, will work in the Statehouse as production assistants to the general manager.  Duties will include studio and field production assignments such as camera operation, floor directing, control room directing, research, script writing, editing, lighting, videography, and audio and graphics production.
Deadline: MAY 31

Monday, April 23, 2012

NAP Weekly Announcements - Spring 2012 - Week 5

Weekly Events:



Dawson Her Many Horses will be here this weekend!

This Saturday at 1 pm on Radcliffe Lawn in Cambridge, MA: 17th Annual Harvard Powwow
Contact Christina Goodson about a ride if you would like to attend! There may be a waiting list!


Summer Work That Matters
The mission of the White Earth Land Recovery Project is to facilitate recovery of the original land base of the White Earth Indian Reservation, while preserving and restoring traditional practices of sound land stewardship, language fluency, community development, and strengthening our spiritual and cultural heritage… the Americorps Vista job would be helping the work of the White Earth Land Recovery Project.

10 open positions:
  • 5 positions for Food Security Work; work with Anishinaabe agriculture techniques, hands- on, in the garden and out on the farm
  • 3 positions working on Alternative Energy Projects; learn how to install solar pv panels, solar thermal units, and receive training on wind turbine technology
  • 2 positions working with Niijii Radio, the voice of the White Earth Reservation-you will contribute to the production of substantive journalism and deliver critical information to the community



Geisel Medical School Early Assurance Prog.
Starting this fall, Geisel will offer an early assurance program to Dartmouth juniors.  An info session will be offered later in this term, but here are the highlights: Dartmouth juniors can apply for admission to Geisel in the fall of their junior year. Selected candidates will be interviewed through early January and admissions decisions made by the end of January. While the exact form of the application is being worked out, letters of recommendation will be necessary, as well as completion of certain course requirements. Geisel will add up to five Dartmouth College students annually from this program—students who have the potential to add to Geisel in meaningful ways and who have the character, dedication, academic skills, broad education, experiences, potential to work with patients from a variety of  backgrounds, and characteristics to become outstanding physicians. The MCAT exam will not be required. Offer of acceptance will be contingent on continued academic performance and satisfactory completion of course requirements. Students in the program are free to decide to apply to other schools, but must withdraw from the early assurance program if they do.

Spend a Week at Harvard Business School!
Apply for Harvard Business School's Summer Venture in Management Program
Application Deadline: May 16, 2012

The Harvard Business School (HBS) Summer Venture in Management Program (SVMP) is a one week management training program for rising college seniors designed to increase diversity and opportunity in business education. This thirty-year HBS tradition demonstrates the many rewards of an MBA degree to students who may not otherwise have considered this path. Participants spend a week on campus living the MBA student experience – attending classes, analyzing case studies, and debating management issues with peers and faculty.

This unique educational experience, in combination with a summer internship at a sponsoring company or organization, gives participants a broader understanding of the challenges business leaders face, the
innumerable opportunities that exist in management, and the impact they can have on their community and the world through leadership.

Participants will be selected based on academic achievement, demonstrated leadership, and personal characteristics. Consistent with the objective of promoting educational diversity and opportunity in
business leadership, additional criteria to be considered among others, are whether the applicant is:
  • The first family member to attend college
  • A member of a group that is currently underrepresented in business schools and corporate America (e.g. African-American, Latino, Native American, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, or Transgender)
  • From a family with little business education or experience; and/or
  • From a school whose graduates do not typically attend a top-tier university (e.g., attends a rural or predominantly minority college, or has attended a community college as part of a four-year degree).

The SVMP Application will be available online in February 2012. The deadline is May 16, 2012. To apply and for more information about this program, please visit the SVMP website:

Email Ashtane Jordan ( with any questions!

Christianson Grant
(min. 6 months) Administered by InterExchange Foundation, this grant is awarded to individuals who have arranged their own work abroad programs. Awarded three times a year. Grant award amounts range from $2,500 to $10,000.
DEADLINES: July 15, or October 15.

Sauve Scholars (international young leaders) Program
(9 months) Spend time in Montreal with 13 other young leaders who want to effect change - with access to McGill’s academic resources. Focus is an intellectual experience and cultural exchange related to international and domestic issues – a period of reflection, study, travel and community engagement, along with participation in conferences, seminars, cultural and sports events. Scholars also pursue a project in arts, advocacy, business, communications, government or research. This is coupled with a private program with eminent journalists, political figures and leaders in business, academia and the arts.
Requires nomination!    DEADLINE:  NOVEMBER

Community HealthCorps
Members perform a variety of activities associated with health services and programs for patients and communities, often by functioning as community health workers.

School for Field Studies - Student Affairs Managers and Internships
Committed to environmental stewardship, SFS creates transformative study abroad experiences through field-based learning and research. Its educational programs explore the human and ecological dimensions of the complex environmental problems faced by local partners. The Student Affairs Manager (SAM) (Costa Rica-12 mos. & Panama 4 mos.) focuses on student orientation and support, community building, safety and risk management and community outreach.

New America Foundation – Research Associate
For applicants interested in public policy research, journalism, or related areas. Research Associates will support the work of New America’s Fellows and Policy Programs. (6 months)

The National Gay & Lesbian Task Force: Policy Institute LGBT Fellows Program
Fellows’ projects serve to advance the primary goals of supporting grassroots leaders and creating new movement conversations and perspectives that lead to innovative strategies.

NYC Service Fellowship
(1 year) Offers a unique opportunity to obtain practical City government experience in the areas of volunteerism and community service at the City level. The centerpiece of this year-long fellowship, offered to recent college graduates, is a work experience at NYC Service — Mayor Michael R Bloomberg’s comprehensive program to engage more New Yorkers in volunteer service and target those volunteers towards the City’s greatest areas of need.

The Government Accountability Project (GAP)
(12 months) GAP promotes corporate and government accountability by protecting whistleblowers, advancing occupational free speech, and empowering citizen activists. Current areas of emphasis include: Corporate & Financial Accountability, Environment, Food Integrity, Homeland Security & Human Rights, International Reform (focusing on oversight of the United Nations, World Bank and other multilateral development banks), Legislative Programs (advocating for stronger whistleblower protections), Public Health  
Contact person -
Deadline: MAY 

The Juilliard School Professional Intern Program
Program in technical theater and arts administration. It is a practical “hands-on” experience working directly with technicians and administrators in their respective fields. Technical Theater internships are offered in Costumes, Electrics, Props, Scene Painting, Stage Management, and Wigs and Makeup. Administrative internships are offered in the Drama Division, Orchestra Management,  Special Projects, Vocal Arts and Juilliard in Aiken.
Deadline: MAY 1, though should apply earlier. 

CIEE Teacher Program (China, Vietnam)
(10-12 months) 
Deadline: MAY 1 for August departure for China; MAY 15 for Vietnam

Monday, April 16, 2012

NAP Weekly Announcements - Spring 2012 - Week 4

NAD Meeting - 7 pm Thursdays at the House
Baloney Lunch - Noon Fridays - NAP

Planting Seeds for Seven Generations
13 wise women elders and medicine women first came together in 2004 at a peace gathering. Wellesley University is honored to host 3 representatives of this Grandmothers’ Council, Grandmothers Rita and Beatrice Long- Visitor Holy Dance of the Lakota tribe and Grandmother Mona Polacca of the Hopi/ Havasupai/Tewa tribe

1. 4/19 4:00 pm
UMass Boston
Art Show & Roundtable/Reception:
“Now We Seek Not Just To Survive But To Thrive”
 Three artists – Owen Luck, Micah McCarty (Makah), and Robert Peters (Wampanoag) – provide insight into the ways that cultural practices remain a deep thread through the daily lives of American Indians. This show will open around April 11 and close on April 27. There will be a roundtable talk and opening reception with the artists on Thursday, April 19.

2. Black Power and the Big Green:  Dartmouth College, the Ivy League, and the Black Freedom Movement

Black students improved the Ivy League and American higher education in the second half of the twentieth century.  By first matriculating at and then pressing their elite institutions to respond to the demands of the Civil Rights and Black Power movements, black student-activists made learning centers like Dartmouth College venues for educational and social change.  Stefan M. Bradley, author of the award-winning Harlem vs. Columbia University:  Black Student Power in the Late 1960s and co-editor of the newly released Alpha Phi Alpha:  A Legacy of Greatness, The Demands of Transcendence, will discuss the evolution of the Black Freedom Movement at Dartmouth College and other Ivy League institutions.

Thursday 4/19 at 4pm in Kemeny 006.

3. Applying to Law School - 4 PM  FRIDAY April 20th in Career Services  
63 South Main Street  (Bank of America)
2nd Floor 
and selecting the desired program that you wish to RSVP to. 

This workshop will offer specific information on: 

-How to apply to law school 
-Admission criteria of law schools 
-An overview of resources 
-Important dates & deadlines 

4. 4/23 6:00 pm
Stonehill College,
Easton, MA

Joy Harjo: “She Had Some Horses”
Sponsored by the Martin Institute on Law and Society
Free and open to public


5. Navajo Nation Summer Internship --- Apply by April 18th

Spend the summer working with the Community Outreach Patient Empowerment (COPE) Project in the Navajo Nation. This collaborative effort is working to provide Navajo Community Health Representatives (community health workers) with high-quality health education and health promotion training in order to improve the health status of high-risk patients with diabetes and other chronic conditions as well as improve prevention and early-diagnosis. Application & Further info attached & here:

6. PBS NewsHour Desk Assistants
(6 months) Desk Assistants rotate through 3 of the following 7 positions ­ logging, newsdesk , research, production, forward planning, tape library, and beat.
Deadline: APRIL 30

7. NPR The Stone & Holt Weeks Fellowship
(6 months) The journalism fellowship consists of two sessions: 12 weeks at The Washington Post, followed by 12 weeks at NPR in Washington, to learn how to report for print, web and radio.
Deadline: APRIL 30

8. City Year
(1 year) As one of the largest AmeriCorps programs City Year provides corps members with skills and opportunities as tutors, mentors, and role models, making a difference in the lives of children, and transform schools and neighborhoods in the U.S. and South Africa.
Deadline: APRIL 30

9. Sweden - Institute for Security & Development Policy – Intern
(4-5 months) Work on a research project, and assist with more general administrative duties, including editing, outreach and preparation of seminars, conferences and other events.
Deadline: APRIL 30

10. Chile, China, Spain, Thailand, Vietnam, So. Korea, Dominican Republic —CIEE Teacher Program

11. Turkey - Bilkent University Preparatory School - Teacher Program

12. Chesapeake Research Consortium's Environmental Management Career Development Program
(3 year) Opportunity for emerging environmental professionals and stewards in which participants experience the interaction of science, policy development, and management by focusing on critical issues such as habitat, fisheries, toxic inputs, nutrients and sediment, growth and development, climate change, monitoring, and environmental modeling within the Chesapeake Bay and its watershed.

13. Environment Texas – Environmental Fellowship
Fellows will get a chance to work with some of the top environmental advocates and organizers in the country, and will have an immediate impact on a critical environmental issue.

14. Apprenticeships - National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service

15. Tom Graff Diversity Fellowship Program - Environmental Defense Fund
(1 year) An opportunity to focus on a project that is integral to one of EDF's key program areas – Oceans, Ecosystems, Climate or Health.

16. Student Conservation Association – Conservation Corps
(3-10 months) Live and work with like-minded individuals who share a connection to the land and the people who live there. Focus is on to critical environmental issues such as wildfire management and education, trail restoration and maintenance, environmental education, and invasive species eradication.

17. Minority Access Intern Program

sign up for HUNAP's opportunity's list serve -- even more opportunities!

Prof. Daniel Wildcat on campus this week!

Lunch today at 11am if anyone is available. If you cannot make it at that time, he will be available from 12:00pm to 2:00pm in Collis in the lounge to talk with students if you are interested in talking with him about his work in addressing environmental issues and American Indian Communities. His work spans across several academic disciplines including cultural, governmental, philosophical scientific, or sustainability related issues. He would love to talk with you, get to know you, your interests whatever you would like to share with him or just welcome him to campus so stop by and say Hi! Also, he heads a summer internship for undergraduate students who would like to learn about doing research in Indigenous communities so if you would like more information about that then come and visit! 
(from Ma'ko'quah Jones)

Daniel Wildcat, "Indigenous Realism: The Climate Change We Need"
Monday, April 16, 2012
4:30-6:00 pm
FILENE Auditorium in Moore

Professor Daniel Wildcat, Ph.D., Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kansas, is an accomplished scholar who writes on indigenous knowledge, technology, environment, and education.  He is co-director of the Haskell Environmental Research Studies Center and a Yuchi member of the Muscogee Nation of Oklahoma. His latest book is Red Alert! Saving the Planet with Indigenous Knowledge. Dr. Wildcat is the coauthor, with Vine Deloria, Jr., of Power and Place: Indian Education in America, and coeditor, with Steve Pavlik, of Destroying Dogma: Vine Deloria, Jr., and His Influence on American Society.

Sponsored by the Dickey Center Institute of Arctic Studies and the IGERT Dialogues in Science, Engineering and Society Seminar Series. Free and open to the public

Monday, April 9, 2012

NAP Weekly Announcements - Spring 2012 - Week 3

(NO MEETING THIS WEEK) NAD Meeting - Thursday 7 pm at the House
Baloney Lunch - Fridays Noon in the NAP

Wednesday in the NAH Dining Room at 6 pm
A great way to get to know your professors, don't pass up this amazing opportunity!

2. The Tucker Foundation's "Soup for Thought"

WHO: Joan Leslie '12, Danielle Coleman '12, Maryam Zafer '12, and more!
WHAT: The impact of the Trayvon Martin and Shaima Alawadi cases on student lives, perspectives on recent protests and activism surrounding these tragedies
WHERE: Tucker Living Room
WHEN: Thursday, 4/12, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
WHY: A unique opportunity to increase meaningful, authentic dialogue on campus and to find out what matters to Dartmouth students and why.

Discussion and Q&A will follow speakers' presentations. A light soup and bread FREE LUNCH will be provided.  All students, staff and faculty welcome!

******The Cases******
The murder of unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin on February 26, 2012, by admitted shooter George Zimmerman has captured national attention, with hundreds of ongoing protests throughout the U.S. demanding justice.  Zimmerman remains free, with investigations mounting by the FBI, Department of Justice, and local officials in Sanford, Florida.

Shaima Alawadi, an Iraqi-American wife and mother of five, died days after being brutally attacked in her own home last month.  A hateful note was found beside her body after she was attacked, stating that she was a terrorist and should go home, leading many to consider her case a hate crime.  The FBI and El Cajon Police department in California are investigating her case.

April 14th, 2012
8-12 PM
Cutter Shabazz
DJ Hollisto
Formal attire is REQUIRED
So Dress to Impress

Genre: Hip Hop, R&B, and DANNNCEEEEE
Eat before you come butttt snacks will be provided!

RSVP (With 2 additional Dates) by Thursday, April 12th to  Julie Fiveash <
Sponsored by NAD and La Alianza

4. Daniel Wildcat: "Indigenous Realism in the Face of Industrial Romanticism: The Climate Change We Need"
Date: Monday, April 16, 2012
Time: 4:30-6:00 pm
Location: Filene Auditorium
Professor Daniel Wildcat, Ph.D., Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kansas, is an accomplished scholar who writes on indigenous knowledge, technology, environment, and education.  He is co-director of the Haskell Environmental Research Studies Center and a Yuchi member of the Muscogee Nation of Oklahoma. His latest book is Red Alert! Saving the Planet with Indigenous Knowledge. Dr. Wildcat is the coauthor, with Vine Deloria, Jr., of Power and Place: Indian Education in America, and coeditor, with Steve Pavlik, of Destroying Dogma: Vine Deloria, Jr., and His Influence on American Society.

5. “What is Critical Mixed Race Studies?” 
The biennial Critical Mixed Race Studies Conference, will be held at DePaul University in Chicago on November 1-4, 2012.
The CMRS conference brings together scholars from a variety of disciplines nationwide. Recognizing that the diverse disciplines that have nurtured Mixed Race Studies have fostered different approaches to the field, the 2012 CMRS conference is devoted to the general theme “What is Critical Mixed Race Studies?”
Critical Mixed Race Studies (CMRS) is the transracial, transdisciplinary, and transnational critical analysis of the institutionalization of social, cultural, and political orders based on dominant conceptions of race. CMRS emphasizes the mutability of race and the porosity of racial boundaries in order to critique processes of racialization and social stratification based on race. CMRS addresses local and global systemic injustices rooted in systems of racialization.

6. Massachusetts Promise Fellows
(1 year) Fellows are committed to building abetter future for children and youth in communities across Massachusetts. One year with living allowance, health benefits, over 200 hours of professional development training, free grad/undergrad courses at Northeastern University, loan forebearance, an educational award, & a monthly transportation allowance. 
Application starts in APRIL – See project descriptions.

7. Arden Theatre – Professional Apprentice Program
(10 months) The directing program provides apprentices with a comprehensive knowledge of the inner workings of a nonprofit regional theatre through work in every aspect of operations including front of house, box office, marketing, development, artistic, education, production, stage management, finance, and general management.
Deadline: APRIL 13

8. 2012 Native American Pre-law Undergraduate Scholars Program, or “NA-PLUS”
June 3 – June 30, 2012
University of New Mexico (UNM) campus (Albuquerque, New Mexico)

The goal of NA-PLUS is to expose Native students to the field of law from both the academic and practical standpoints.  During their four weeks at UNM, students will participate in academic coursework focusing on Indian Law and Native legal issues and be assisted in career and academic advisement.  The program also facilitates a number of visits to tribal, state, federal courts and law firms practicing Indian law.  Participants are mentored by Native attorneys and law students, and finally, they have opportunities to develop relationships with Native students from across the country.  There is no fee to attend NA-PLUS; participants will be provided room and board and a living stipend, and will be assisted in some travel costs.

Students can also go to their webpage at for more detailed information, including the application process and to download the application form and via e-mail at

Priority application deadline date is April 15, 2012. 

9. Gannett Talent Management Program
Gannett publishes 84 daily newspapers, including USA TODAY, and nearly 1,000 non-daily publications; and operates 23 television stations in the U.S. Participants who successfully complete the ten-week training program will be awarded full-time positions.
Deadline: APRIL 15

10. Baggett Fellowship for the Study of Linguistics
(1 year) Gain significant research experience in an active interdisciplinary environment before pursuing graduate study in some area of linguistics or cognitive science.
Deadline: APRIL 21 (not updated online yet)

11. Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA Shanghai) Professional Internship
(max. 6 months) For young professionals interested in pursuing a museum career or whose academic and/or professional experience combines art history with museum studies, arts management or related studies.

12. Nielsen - Emerging Leaders Program - Rotation Program
Opportunities in Client Solutions, Finance, Global Business Services, Human Resources, Professional Services Program, and Ad Solutions.
Apply via vacancy opening.

13. Edelman Public Relations ‘Intern’ Program
(Post grad) Gain experience in media relations, website and press material development, video production, special event and press conference planning, internal strategy sessions, and new business research. Locations in Canada, U.S., Latin America, Europe, and Asia Pacific.

14. NBC Universal - Page Program
(1 year) Primary ‘pipeline’ to entry-level positions. Along with public relations responsibilities such as studio tours and ticketing, Pages have the opportunity to work on short or long term assignments in
various departments including news, entertainment, digital, marketing, publicity, production, programming and Sports. East Coast or West Coast Program.

15. HarperCollins Rotational Associate Program
(1 year) Rotate through various publishing departments.

16. New America Foundation Research Associate
(6 months) Public policy research or journalism.  Support the work of Fellows and

17. Simon & Schuster Associates Program
(12-18 months) Entry-level rotational program. Participate within one of the following areas: Adult, Children’s Publishing (including but not limited to Editorial, Publicity, Marketing, Subsidiary Rights, and Managing Editorial), Digital, or Corporate Communications.

18. Widmeyer Communications Fellowship Program
(4 months) Hands-on experience in the world of public affairs and public relations. Fellowships are available in the following practice groups: Pre-K-12, Higher Education, Public Affairs, Health and
Nutrition, Research and Creative/Digital Media.

19. The Economist - Business Management, Commercial, Editorial, Research internships
(6 months) If you are a graduate or equivalent, with a passion for media and publishing, a self-starter who is entrepreneurial and creative with strong research, analysis and writing skills. For the business
management internship in London, the Group will fund a visa application to work in the UK where necessary.

20. National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (DC) – Program Fellow
(6-8 months) The Fellow assists NGLCC is in forming a broad-based coalition of LGBT owned and friendly businesses, professionals, and major corporations for the purpose of promoting economic growth and the prosperity of its members.

21. Ashoka A*Year Fellows
(13 months) Seeking innovative thinkers and doers, determined to work on projects with a broad social impact - issues such as health, environment, education, legal rights, women, children, and development.

22. The Draper Richards Foundation
Provides selected social entrepreneurs with funding of $100,000 annually for 3 years. The funds are specifically and solely for entrepreneurs starting new non-profit organizations.

23. The Jessica Jennifer Cohen Foundation
Provides financial assistance to benefit young adults to enable them to perform community service that otherwise would be financially difficult or impracticable for them to do. The community service may
be through employment or other association with a non-profit or other suitable community service organization, through the development and execution of an individual's own program of community service, or through any other suitable community service activity.

24. The Financial Clinic – Fellowship Program
(1 year) Places fellows in a variety of established non-profits and public-sector entities where they provide financial coaching and develop innovate solutions to socio-economic problems. Includes
month-long orientation, symposia and mentoring.

25. Council on Foreign Relations - Research and Program Associates (NY or DC)
In addition to the academic requirements, applicants should have related work and/or internship experience, with exceptional administrative, research, writing, and computer skills.

26. Austria—International Atomic Energy Agency Internship
(3 months - 1 year) Six major IAEA departments - management, nuclear sciences and applications, nuclear energy, nuclear safety and security, technical cooperation, and safeguards and verification.

27. Chemonics:  Entry-Level Professional Program in International Development
Chemonics helps governments, businesses, civil society groups and communities promote meaningful change.  Main client is USAID.

28. Dow Greater China: Rotational Programs
Dow's portfolio is comprised of specialty chemical, advanced materials, agrosciences and plastics businesses in approximately 160 countries and in high growth sectors such as electronics, water, energy, coatings and agriculture. Rotations in commercial development, environment/health & safety, finance, human resources, manufacturing/engineering, public affairs communication, research &
development and shared services (tech/supply chain).

29. China Market Research Group - Business Analyst Program
(2 year) Perform top-tier market research and strategy consulting. Business Analysts start in CMR Academy and work on a wide range of projects.

30. Contact Singapore
Work Holiday Program (up to 6 months)

31. Israel-Dorot Fellowship 
(1 year) A leadership development program where each Fellow devises a Personal Learning Program, comprised of formal and experiential Jewish learning, and of various volunteer activities.

32. International Monetary Fund - Research Assistants Program (RAP)
(2 year) RAP participants mainly support the operational and policy work of Fund economists.

33. Finland – American Scandinavian Foundation – Science Research Traineeships
(3-6 months) Several traineeships with the Finnish Forest Research Institute. Gain insight into the cultures and peoples of Scandinavia while conducting an internship.

34. World Bank - Junior Professional Associates Program
(2 year) Use your strong quantitative and qualitative analytical skills, knowledge of technology and the web, and  research abilities - working with more senior colleagues and project teams in their operational
work. Positions may be located in any of the Bank's offices across the world.

35. Peace Corps – Volunteers
(2 years) Volunteers work in the following areas: education, youth outreach, and community development; business development; agriculture and environment; health and HIV/AIDS; and information technology.
Apply 9-12 months before you will be ready to begin your service.

36. Greece - American Farm School of Thessaloniki:  Teaching Fellow and Student Life Fellow
(10 months) Looking for dynamic and enthusiastic recent college graduates who have experience in teaching, coaching sports teams, residential life (R.A. or other position), working with adolescents.