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1. Impact Investing Internship Spring 2017
Organization : Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation
About the Opportunity:
This spring, we are looking for a graduate school intern to work in our New York office 1 to 2
days per week to help us with the execution of our social justice investing research agenda
that is informed by our recent impact investing advisor search. This research will build on
Noyes’ history of responsible, sustainable and impact investing. Specific projects range from
conducting research and coordinating the writing and production of a research publication
that looks at Noyes history of social investing and the learning from our recent impact
investing advisor search to working with the president and finance committee to complete
and ultimately document this process for the field. A key element of this work will be the
exploration of the linkage between impact investing and social justice and the translation of our program goals into our investment strategy.
2. 2017-2018 Fellows Program
Organization : Global Health Strategies
About the Opportunity:
Fellows work closely with GHS staff to assist in the design and implementation of communications and advocacy strategies for a range of in issues in global health, including infectious disease, immunization, women’s health and universal health coverage. Fellows are provided hands-on experience meaningfully contributing to client goals. Fellows spend the majority of their time on client work and are also provided opportunities for training and development.
3. Morgan Stanley Graduate Fellowship for Community Development Program
Organization : Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development (ANHD)
About the Opportunity:
The Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development (ANHD) is currently recruiting for the 2017-2018 Morgan Stanley Graduate Fellowship for Community Development Program. This program will provide an opportunity for nine Master’s Degree students to take a significant role in a high-impact, community-based project targeting a low- and moderate-income neighborhood. Fellows will receive a $20,000 stipend to serve in a part-time (20 hours a week), ten month (September 1st – June 30th) internship in a neighborhood-based community development corporation (the host organization). Projects may be in the fields of affordable housing, economic development, or community planning. A key objective of the program is to help train the next generation of community development leaders, so in addition to hands-on community development work, Fellows will have the opportunity to meet with leaders in New York City’s government, planning, and community development fields. If academic credit is available, the host organization will work with the Fellow and his or her educational institution towards securing this credit.
Some of the employers seeking graduate students from the social sciences include the New York State Assembly, AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships, Research Square, Isaacson, Miller, the International Atomic Energy Agency and Youth Villages, for example.
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Friday, February 24, 2017
9:30 am to 11:30 am
The New School
Klein Conference Room
66 West 12th Street, Room 510
New York, NY 10011
Please join the Women in Energy (WIE) program for an interactive leadership workshop on discovering your personal leadership brand, led by Executive Coach & Leadership Trainer Valia Glytsis, CEO and Founder of The Paradox of Leadership.
In this workshop, Valia will walk you through the top 5 lessons on personal branding through the lens of leadership mindset. From discovering what you stand for and declaring your non-negotiable to unraveling the habits that stand in your way and choosing how you respond under stress.
You will walk away inspired, stretched, and armed with a very practical toolkit for tackling some of your most pressing challenges, including: confidence, self-advocacy, having your voice heard, and negotiating for what matters.
This event is open only to current female grad students. Since space is limited, RSVPs will be accepted on a first-come basis until capacity is reached. Please RSVP only if you can commit to attending the workshop.
About the Women in Energy Program:
The WIE program is aimed at increasing the presence of women in the energy sector, and over the mid to long term, the presence of women in senior and management roles across the energy space through a (1) variety of public outreach, networking and community building activities, (2) leadership training and mentorship, and (3) facilitating opportunities for paid internships and full-time career opportunities.The program seeks to empower students to take on leadership roles in the energy sector and realize their full potential, while building a thriving community of professional women.
For more information contact: email@example.com
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The Independent Budget Office, a nonpartisan city agency, is seeking an experienced economist with a keen interest in public policy to join our tax and economics team. The focus of the position is New York City’s real property tax. Candidates with a background in public finance, tax policy analysis, and an understanding of the New York City economy and real estate markets are strongly preferred. Ongoing responsibilities include quantitative research on economics and public finance, forecasting the city’s property tax, and evaluating property tax policy issues. A Ph.D. in economics, public policy, or related fields or a master’s degree with substantive equivalent work experience is preferred. Experience in an applied research organization and writing for a policy-oriented audience a plus.
Candidates should be detail-oriented and able to demonstrate skills in quantitative research and policy analysis. Commitment to impartial and independent research is essential. Must be comfortable working in a collaborative environment, juggling multiple tasks, and interacting with a variety of stakeholders on relevant city issues. Ability to take initiative and meet deadlines is critical.
Salary range: $70,000-$95,000, depending upon experience.
How to Apply:
IBO is an equal opportunity employer. New York City residency is required for candidates with less than two years of city service; others may reside in New York City, Nassau, Orange, Rockland, Suffolk, Putnam, or Westchester counties. Foreign nationals must have a valid permanent resident card (“green card”) or renewable work permit.
To apply, please forward a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 212-442-0350 by March 3. No phone calls please
Graduate Research Internship (paid) on economic, social and cultural rights in transitions
CESR is looking for a graduate research intern to work part-time for 3-4 months starting in February or March 2017. Days and hours of work are flexible, although a commitment of 2 days a week would be ideal. CESR’s office is in Manhattan, NY, but arrangements for off-site internships may be considered.
To apply, please send the following items to email@example.com.:
- your resume
- a cover letter explaining your interest and specific qualifications
- a short writing sample (1-2 pages) on any relevant topic (an excerpt from a longer piece is fine)
Please indicate “Transitions Internship” in the subject line. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until the end of February. Early applications are strongly encouraged and only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for interviews.
Please note that CESR will also be recruiting further paid interns to work on other program areas later this year. In particular, we will be recruiting for full- or part-time summer internships soon. Therefore, if this particular internship does not fit well with your experience and interest, please check back in April or May.
This internship is designed to focus specifically on a new project CESR is developing on economic, social and cultural rights in political transitions. The main tasks will be research, fact-checking, drafting and editing. The intern may also contribute occasionally to other projects, in particular our work on the Sustainable Development Goals.
- Recently completed, or in pursuit of a graduate degree in law, social science or a related field, especially human rights and/or international development;
- Strong academic research skills and experience (qualitative research experience essential; quantitative research a bonus);
- Consistent attention to detail;
- Capacity to read, write and communicate fluently in English;
- Excellent writing skills;
- Knowledge of human rights, particularly economic, social and cultural rights;
- Knowledge of the literature on political transitions, in particular some familiarity with/study of the field of transitional justice;
- Capacity to work independently.
- Capacity to read, write and communicate in Spanish;
- Background knowledge on human rights monitoring methodologies;
- Familiarity with/study of one or more countries that have undergone or are undergoing significant political transitions in recent decades, in particular knowledge of Peru, Timor-Leste, Nepal, Colombia or Tunisia;
- Familiarity with resource centers and databases, especially on socio-economic and development data from various international agencies and trusted sources.