Additional Job Opportunities

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)



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Title: 2014 Summer Student Honors Program (Graduate Students)

The SEC’s Student Honors Program is a ten-week opportunity for graduate students (Non-legal students only) to become acquainted with the activities of the Federal Government and to gain hands-on experience in an operational office.

All students must be currently enrolled as a degree-seeking student. Please note, selection is based on many factors, including academic achievement, writing skills and experience, ability to reason independently and creatively, volunteer and work experience relating to the SEC’s work, commitment to its mission, extracurricular activities, and well-rounded background. Students must be enrolled in a graduate school program. Students graduating in May 2013 are ineligible.

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Title: 2014 Summer Student Honors Program (1st Year Law Students)

The SEC’s Student Honors Program is a ten-week opportunity for first year law students to become acquainted with the regulation of the securities market and the activities of the Commission. The SEC's 2014 Summer Student Honors Program will begin on Tuesday, May 27, 2014 and end on Friday, August 8, 2014.

All students must be currently enrolled as a degree-seeking student. Please note, selection is based on many factors, including academic achievement (GPA 3.0 or higher), writing skills and experience (e.g, journals), ability to reason independently and creatively (e.g., moot court), clinical/volunteer and work experience relating to the SEC’s work, commitment to its mission, extracurricular activities indicating legal judgment, and well-rounded background.

Students must have completed the first year of law school by the beginning of the 2014 summer. Student must be continuing in legal studies throughout the summer and/or into the fall to be eligible. Students graduating in May are not eligible.

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Title: 2014 Summer Student Honors Program (Undergraduate Students)

The SEC’s Student Honors Program is a ten-week opportunity for undergraduate students (Non-legal students only) to become acquainted with the activities of the Federal Government and to gain hands-on experience in an operational office. The SEC's 2014 Summer Student Honors Program will begin on Tuesday, May 27, 2014 and end on Friday, August 8, 2014.

All students must be currently enrolled as a degree-seeking student. Please note, selection is based on many factors, including academic achievement (GPA 3.0 or higher), writing skills and experience (e.g, journals), ability to reason independently and creatively (e.g., moot court), clinical/volunteer and work experience relating to the SEC’s work, commitment to its mission, extracurricular activities indicating legal judgment, and well-rounded background.

Students must have completed the first year of law school by the beginning of the 2014 summer. Student must be continuing in legal studies throughout the summer and/or into the fall to be eligible. Students graduating in May are not eligible.

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Wells Fargo Wealth, Brokerage & Retirement (WBR) Internship Program

Wells Fargo is a diverse, vibrant, constantly growing company. Wealth, Brokerage and Retirement (WBR) is one of the company’s four main divisions. With $1.4 trillion in client assets, WBR businesses build enduring client relationships through sound, thoughtful and objective advice. We help our clients by developing individualized plans for everything from retirement goals to business succession planning, to family legacy intentions. Services include comprehensive planning and advice, investment management, brokerage, private banking, estate planning strategies, trust, insurance and both individual and institutional retirement.

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Additional Information

WBR Internship Overview
WBR Internship Communication

Note: All questions or concerns regarding the Wells Fargo Wealth, Brokerage & Retirement (WBR) Internship Program should be directed to someone from Wells Fargo 
 

The Washington Center: Competitive Government Program

Positions are available with the United States' Veterans Administration (VA), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and U.S. Department of Treasury. Students with Business/Human Resources, Computer & Information Technology, Engineering, Public Administration and Healthcare-related backgrounds are needed.

If you complete your application within the next 10 days, you will immediately be considered for these opportunities. An official transcript will be required, but applicants who provide an unofficial copy will be considered (an official copy must be sent later). To submit the application, you must include basic information, your resume and an essay. Letters of recommendation are required, but can also arrive after submission. Be sure to choose option 2 (the Competitive Government Program) on the application!

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The Smithsonian

Title: Director's Office Intern

This internship opportunity offers ways to discover and observe all aspects of museum work; exposure to how museums interpret their collections (ad hoc research projects as needed); how does the Director's Office implement strategic planning and how do institutions best serve their audience?; best governance practices = how do museum Boards work?

A Director's Office internship can help provide the skills and knowledge that are the basis of museum work, including management, collection care, exhibition/educational/fundraising development/outreach.allows one exposure to the overview of the field and the knowledge to narrow personal decisions to specific areas of study.

If you are interested in learning more about this internship, please send email with the following:
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Title: Development (Fundraising) Intern

Prospect research, such as identifying potential prospects for special projects and creating in-depth donor profiles; Managing and processing mailings for the Smithsonian Council for American History, a membership program for donors of $1,000 - $25,000; Drafting fundraising materials, such as proposals, blog posts, e-solicitations, or talking points for donor tours; Assisting with donor tours, donor meetings, and special events; Creating and managing invitation and mailing lists for VIP events; Organizing and maintaining paper and electronic files; Assisting with data processing and mailings.

Qualifications: Strong writing, communication, and organization skills; Ability to manage detail-oriented projects on tight deadlines.

If you are interested in learning more about this internship, please send email with the following:
  • to: Lauren Colette < This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it >
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Exhibit Design Intern

The prospective intern will have a range projects: Three dimensional exhibition design; Wayfinding; Artifact research, drawing and layout for display; Graphics for exhibition, poster and print material; Preparation of drawing packaged for production. Candidates for exhibition design must have a working knowledge of VectorWorks or SketchUp. Candidates for graphic design should also be competent in the use of InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop.

If you are interested in learning more about this internship, please send email with the following:
  • to: Nigel Briggs < This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it >
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  • subject: Director's Office Intern - {your name}, {your school}
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Photographic History Intern

Interns learn and employ NMAH accountability and physical care standards and requirements, including methods of acquisition, paperwork and procedures, preservation and storage for newly acquired objects. Interns will also be involved with older collections re-housing prints and 3-dimensional objects, updating records and entering data into the Museum's collection database. In order to catalogue objects the intern will assist staff with research relating to international prints (15th - 21st century), printing plates, blocks, tools and equipment, papermaking, bookbinding, printing for the blind, newspapers, and/or books. Preferred schedule is four 6-hour days (10am-4pm) per week for a three month period.

If you are interested in learning more about this internship, please send email with the following:
  • to: Joan Boudreau < This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it >
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  • subject: Director's Office Intern - {your name}, {your school}
  • body: A cover letter, résumé which includes our current GPA and a writing sample or e-portfolio (Exhibit Design)
 

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HBCU Connect in partnership with the Thurgood Marshall College Fund is providing TMCF Scholars the opportunity to access the HBCU Connect Career Center for additional job opportunities.  

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Public Prep in partnership with the Thurgood Marshall College Fund is providing TMCF Scholars the opportunity to access the Public Prep Career Center for additional job opportunities.  

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About Public Prep:

The Public Prep Network is a nonprofit organization that develops single-sex elementary and middle public schools that pursue excellence through continuous learning and data-driven instruction. Our model is designed to empower each student to build strong character, demonstrate critical thinking, possess a core body of knowledge and be on a predictive path to earn a degree from a four-year university.

Public Prep is currently comprised of three tuition-free, all-girls charter schools centered on the core values of Scholarship, Merit, Community, and Responsibility.

Girls Prep Lower East Side Elementary, the first all-girls charter school in New York City and the inaugural school in our network, was launched in 2005 and serves 325 students in grades K-4. Girls Prep Lower East Side Middle School and Girls Prep Bronx Elementary School launched in 2009 and are both completing their fourth years of operation. Girls Prep Lower East Side Middle School serves 225 students in grades 5-8th. Girls Prep Bronx serves 375 students in grades K-4 and will serve 240 students in grades K-5 beginning in the fall of 2013.

Girls Prep Bronx Middle School will launch in the fall of 2014 and Boys Prep Elementary School will launch in the fall of 2014.

Note: All questions or concerns regarding Public Prep should be directed to someone from the Public Prep staff.