Applications to the 2016-17 edition of the Master in Public Policy and Social Change (MAPS) of the Collegio Carlo Alberto and the University of Turin are now open.
MAPS is an advanced programme taught in English at the Collegio Carlo Alberto in Turin, a real hidden gem of Italy and one of Europe’s most important and dynamic cities, with a vibrant city and nightlife. MAPS is open to students with a 4-year BA, or BA+MA. In 2015-16 MAPS faculty will feature, among others, Klaus Armingeon (University of Berne), Stefaan De Rynck (European Commission), Margarita Estevez-Abe (Syracuse University & Collegio Carlo Alberto), Manuela Naldini (University of Turin and Collegio Carlo Alberto), Francesco Ramella (University of Turin), Martin Rhodes (University of Denver), Chiara Saraceno (Collegio Carlo Alberto)
MAPS tuition fee is 5,000 €. Tuition waivers and scholarships are available on a competitive basis for those who apply by May 16th, 2016. Afterwards, a rolling application will be kept open.
The attached leaflet as well as our web site (www.carloalberto.org/maps) provide information about the programme. Feel free to contact MAPS secretariat at email@example.com, or the programme coordinator, Monica Ferrin, at firstname.lastname@example.org for any further information.
Please send resumes to JapanInternshipInitiative@umich.edu
1. Name and Description of Company/Organization: Nissan Group of North America, Renault-Nissan Purchasing Organization
2. Location (City, Country): Farmington Hills, MI
3. Number of Positions: 1
4. Intern Position Title(s): Co-op, RNPO Purchasing
5. Dates of Internship: From May 2. Ideally, from May – End of August. Discussion to extend for a total of 1 year could occur if working relationship is beneficial for both Nissan and the Co-op.
6. Possible Pay or other Compensation (accommodation/meals/transport): $/hour varies depending on experience, 40 hours per week.
7. Please describe the primary responsibilities of the position(s).
- Works with buyers for cost reduction negotiations and achievement of targets.
- Helps to maintain, update, and report status on daily, weekly, monthly, or annual basis for buyers within the team.
- Works with buyers on sourcing activities for assigned commodities, and assure timing targets.
- Assists team buyers to coordinate changes in scope of part/commodities to assure maintain target pricing and timing.
- Serves as liaison between internal departments and Purchasing, in assistance to team buyers.
- Supports requests for data creation and confirmation for buyers and managers.
- As necessary, performs other related duties of which the above are representative.
8. Are any languages besides English required? At what level?
No other languages required, but Japanese or Spanish are a plus.
9. Do you have any requirements concerning citizenship?
The applicant must be legally able to work in the United States (U.S. Citizen or work permit).
10. Please describe desired professional skills/specialties of the ideal intern:
- 0-2 years of related experience in a professional business atmosphere.
- Education towards a Bachelor’s degree in a business major or related discipline. Consider equivalent related college or technical courses, seminars and in-house classroom training.
- Working knowledge of excel, power point, word processor, spreadsheet, other PC applications, or mainframe applications to produce non-standard, creative products.
Interested in spending your time creating social change? Want to take on big agrichemical companies and stand up for our food system while getting paid, learning new skills, and making friends?
Environment Michigan is hiring for several campaign jobs in our Ann Arbor office! They have paid full time canvassing jobs and un-paid part time internships available. This summer help us work to protect our waterways, fight climate change, and save the honey bees!
Millions of bees are dying off, with alarming consequences for our environment and our food supply. We rely on bees to pollinate everything from almonds to strawberries to the alfalfa used to feed dairy cows. What happens if the bees disappear? It’s simple: No bees, no food.
Right now, we’re letting big agrichemical companies use more of the chemicals that are known to kill bees just as we’re in the midst of an unsustainable die-off in bee populations. That has to change. Now.
Join this summer to join Michiganders together to call on the EPA to declare a nationwide moratorium on the use of bee-killing neonics.
The Leitner Center for International Law and Justice at Fordham Law School (“Leitner Center”) is seeking a highly motivated and enthusiastic full-time Program Assistant at its office in New York City. The Leitner Center aims to contribute to the promotion of social justice around the world by encouraging knowledge of and respect for international law and international human rights standards in particular. The Center pursues this goal by sponsoring education, scholarship, and human rights advocacy, and facilitating collaboration among law students, scholars, and human rights defenders in the United States and abroad.
The Program Assistant will report directly to the Executive Director of the Leitner Center and the Director of the Walter Leitner International Human Rights Clinic, and will provide comprehensive administrative support for the Center. The Program Assistant will:
- Provide day-to-day administrative support to the Leitner Center faculty and staff, including scheduling, making travel arrangements, maintaining filing systems, processing applications for student programs and fellowships, and responding to requests for information;
- Research, prepare, edit, format, and distribute documents such as memos, news releases, the Center newsletter, reports, and web content;
- Plan and coordinate Center events, including speakers, meetings, and film and panel discussions;
- Record, process, and maintain financial records;
- Manage RightsWire, the Leitner Center’s blog, including supervising a 4-6 person team of staff writers, editing submissions, and writing articles;
- Manage the Center’s social media platforms and maintain its website in conjunction with an external webmaster, and provide design support for the website, Center posters, reports, and other materials;
- Carry out other duties as required.
Education: A bachelor’s degree in human rights, international relations, social sciences, government, or a related field is required.
Knowledge and skills: The position calls for a self-starter who can handle numerous tasks simultaneously and who can work independently as well as function as a member of a team. In addition, the Leitner Center will be considering the following factors in its search:
- Excellent writing, editing, research, organizational, and communication skills;
- Prior office/administration experience, work in journalism/media/design, or applicants with experience working with NGOs;
- Proficiency in various computer programs, including Microsoft Office Applications; experience with QuickBooks, content management programs and contact databases; experience with InDesign, Photoshop, and other Adobe Creative Suite applications a plus;
- Native level fluency in English required; knowledge of or fluency in other languages a significant plus;
- Demonstrate sound judgment, attention to detail, and the ability to work under pressure;
- An easy spirit and strong sense of humor.
Other: Applicants for this position must possess current United States work authorization valid for a minimum of two years from start date.
Salary and Benefits: The salary is $38,000 annually and includes benefits.
HOW TO APPLY
Applicants should send a cover letter of no more than one page (explaining your interest in the position and work in international human rights, administrative and research experience, and how the position will advance your professional goals), a resume/C.V., a brief writing sample (no more than 10 single-spaced pages, unedited by others), an undergraduate transcript (which can be unofficial), and contact information for three references in one complete PDF file to email@example.com. Use “Program Assistant Candidate 2016” as the subject of your email. No calls, please.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis with a final deadline of April 15, 2016. The position will begin in July or August 2016. Only complete applications will be reviewed, and only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews.
The Leitner Center at Fordham Law School is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate in its hiring practices, and we are seeking a diverse applicant pool.
City Internships runs immersive career training programs for college students and recent graduates. They’re designed to expand participants’ horizons and get them job-ready. For each program, on top of hard and soft skill building at weekly career seminars, workshops and networking events, participants undertake an internship placement at one of our partner companies. Students and graduates develop real-world skills, build their professional network and fast-track their career.
Join the program in London, Los Angeles, New York or Sydney.
Students can apply here: www.city-internships.com/apply/
- An eight week placement with a leading company
- Career seminars, skills workshops & networking events
- Social events & weekend excursions
- Local mentorship & 24/7 support
- Optional accommodation package
Placements are available in the following industries; Banking and Financial Services, Art, Fashion and Design, Marketing, Advertising and PR, Consulting and Professional Services, Entertainment, Media and Journalism, Law and Politics and lastly, Technology and Engineering.
Internship Opportunities in Marketing, Advertising & PR
The team has compiled a selection of twelve available Marketing, Advertising & PR vacancies across London, Los Angeles, New York and Sydney in print-ready format.
These opportunities only represent a small portion of the internship vacancies that we have on offer on the Global Internship Program.
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Industry Guide: Marketing, Advertising & PR
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Read the guide to Marketing, Advertising & PR here: www.city-internships.com/MarketingAdvertisingPRIndustryGuide.pdf
The document includes information for students to develop a good understanding of the Marketing, Advertising & PR industry, understand the job market and roles available and help them to prepare their resume for opportunities in the sector.
Updated 2016 Program Prospectus
Check out the updated 2016 Program Prospectus: www.city-internships.com/ProgramProspectus2016.pdf
The Prospectus neatly summarizes the programs across London, Los Angeles, New York and Sydney with an included curriculum timeline, alumni stories, information on accommodation and much more.
On April 19, 2016 the United Nations will hold a Virtual Career Fair that will be accessible world-wide for 24 hours (8:00 AM Bangkok time, until 8:00 PM New York time).
The participating organizations are:
- United Nations Secretariat (UN)
- United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)
- United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
- United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN-Women)
- United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)
- United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)
- United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA)
- United Nations Volunteers (UNV)
To participate in the Virtual Career Fair please visit http://careerfair.un.org/.
The Fair provides an opportunity to ask questions live to staff members of the United Nations.
Please be aware that the questions and the answers are visible to the public.