HOT FELLOWSHIPS!!!!!!

Everyone,

Here are THREE hot fellowships. Visit The Village to find more out about the following listings:

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.

 

 

Graduate Research Internship (paid) – CESR

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Graduate Research Internship (paid) on economic, social and cultural rights in transitions

General Information

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 internship@cesr.org.:

  • 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.

Intern responsibilities



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.
Qualifications

Required

  • 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.

Highly desirable

  • 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.

 

Municipal Art Society of New York (MAS) Paid Internships

The Municipal Art Society of New York (MAS) is looking to hire a limited number of part-time, paid interns to assist with our Planning and Preservation and Community Engagement and Education work.

Applicants must be currently enrolled in a graduate program focusing on city and regional planning, historic preservation, public policy, urban design, architecture, landscape architecture, transportation planning, economic development or a related field.

You may apply by clicking here. Please find the internship descriptions below:

 

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Winter / Spring 2017 Internship Solicitation – GreenMax Capital Advisors

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Sustainable Energy Internship

GreenMax Capital Advisors is soliciting applications for our Winter/Spring 2017 Internship Program located in our Park Slope, Brooklyn office. Interns may also be placed internationally in one of our Nairobi, Santiago, or Warsaw office locations.

GreenMax is one of the leading international policy and financial advisory firms focused entirely on the clean energy sector. We advise governments, international financial institutions, investors and project developers on strategies to increase implementation of renewable energy and energy efficiency. We have completed assignments in more than 80 countries around the world. Today our main geographic focus is on emerging markets in Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America, Eastern Europe and Turkey.

Interns at GreenMax work on substantive research, writing and/or quantitative analysis tasks, including proposal development and grant preparation for renewable energy projects, market assessments of renewable energy potential in various countries in our target regions and information memoranda for investment and debt financing solicitations. Some of our interns have been invited to permanent positions with us and many others have used their experience at GreenMax to leverage interesting positions elsewhere in the sustainable energy field.

For our Winter/Spring program this year, we are seeking interns with international backgrounds (fluency in one or more of the following: Spanish, French, Portuguese, Russian/Ukrainian and Turkish). Excellent written and verbal proficiency in English is also required. Of special interest will be interns native to Latin America, Sub Saharan Africa, Eastern Europe or Turkey, with good understanding of their home country’s political and economic environment. We especially encourage current students or recent graduates from university programs in sustainability, renewable energy, energy and environmental policy and finance to apply.

Our undergraduate or graduate school interns are expected to work a 12-week cycle according to their school’s academic calendar. Recent graduates of master’s programs in the aforementioned fields are asked to commit to 3-month internships. While we encourage and prefer full-time commitments, part-time arrangements may also be accepted for highly qualified candidates to accommodate school schedules. We always cooperate with universities to ensure academic credit. The internship is unpaid for currently matriculating students. Recent master’s program graduates of exceptional quality and prior work experience abroad in sustainable energy, infrastructure or investment banking may be eligible for a stipend during their internship.

Please submit a cover letter, your CV and a brief writing sample (e.g. an article or the executive summary of a research report) to alabua@greenmaxcap.com. Interviews will be scheduled on a rolling basis in person or via Skype, with the internship expected to commence in early February. The deadline for applications is Friday January 27, 2017. No phone calls or recruiters please

EDF Climate Corps Information Session

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EDF Climate Corps has placed over 700 talented graduate students in host organizations including JP Morgan Chase, City of Boston, Verizon, General Motors, PG&E and the Chicago Housing Authority. As we approach our tenth year of summer fellowships, we are excited to partner with you to recruit another cohort of fellows to advance the way organizations manage energy.

Students should apply by December 6, 2016 for the best chance to be matched with their preferred host organization. Students can review our website and job description or join one of our upcoming webinars listed below to learn more about the program. Please feel free to share with your students and don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions.

EDF Climate Corps Webinars

Friday, October 14, 2016
12:00 – 1:00 pm ET/ 9:00 – 10:00 am PT
Register Here

Wednesday, November 16, 2016
3:00 – 4:00 pm ET / 12:00 – 1:00 pm PT
Register Here

Environmental Defense Fund Information Session This Tuesday (10/4)

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Representatives from the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) will visit The New School to discuss their Climate Corps Fellowship for graduate students, where more than 10 Milano students have worked in the past few years.  Visit http://edfclimatecorps.org/ for more details about this fellowship and you may contact Milano’s Career Services office to possibly be connected to some of these alumni.
The Tom Graf Diversity Fellowship for both undergraduate and graduate students will also be discussed briefly.  For more detail about this fellowship, visit https://www.edf.org/jobs/internships-fellowships/tom-graff
** Register to attend this event: Career SuccessLink and select the “Events” tab then choose “Workshops” **

Federal Reserve Bank of New York – Internships & Mentoring Day

Milano’s Career Services Office is pleased to share exciting opportunities that are being offered to you as a result of an ongoing partnership with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York (FRBNY). Below, you will find information for the Summer 2017 Internship Program, which is open to all students regardless of disability status, and the Disability Mentoring Day, which is only for students who have disabilities. All eligible students are encouraged to apply.
 
If you have interest in either program or both, please send a message to milanocareers@newschool.edu and type FRBNY Programs in the subject line. In the body of the message, indicate which programs are of interest in so we know specifically who is applying from Milano. 
 
2017 Summer Internship Program
Deadline: November 1, 2016 
 
The internship program is open to students who will complete their degree by December 2017 or Spring 2018 and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA. Attributes of successful candidates have included:
•     Demonstrated interest in public policy, economics, business, risk management, banking or finance with a strong academic record and passion for public service
•     Excellent interpersonal and written communication skills
•     Demonstrated working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
 
Over 80% of eligible interns receive full-time offers at the end of their summer experience at the New York Fed.
 
If you are interested please visit the FRBNY website to apply.
 
*Disability Mentoring Day* –  October 25, 2016
Deadline: September 15, 2016 
 
On Disability Mentoring Day (DMD) you will have an opportunity to learn about the Federal Reserve, work one-on-one with a FRBNY employee to shadow their work, and even take a tour of the Bank. A résumé and interview workshop will also be presented by staff at the Fed. If you are interested in participating, please submit your résumé tomilanocareers@newschool.edu by the deadline.  FRBNY coordinators will pair student participants with a mentor whose work/background is closely with their career interests.
 
*This event is for those who have disabilities.*  
 

Internships are here!!!!

For more information about these internships, click here!!!!

 

  1. Plan International USAPlaninternational

 

A. Position: Social Media & Women’s Leadership Institute Communications Intern, ID 24797

    Location: Washington, DC

B. Position: Global Women in Management Workshop (GWIM) Intern, ID 24756

    Location: Washington, DC

C. Position: Summer Scholars Fellowship Assistant, ID 24751

    Location: Dakar, Senegal

 

Plan International USA is part of the Plan International Federation, a global organization that works side by side with communities in over 50 developing countries to end the cycle of poverty for children and their families. Plan works at the community level to develop customized solutions and ensure long-term sustainability. Our solutions are designed up-front to be owned by communities for generations to come and range from clean water and health care programs to education projects and child protection initiatives. For more information visit, www.planusa.org

2. MDRC

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A. Position: Operations Intern, ID 24739

Location: New York, NY