Port Authority Info Session

Port Authority



Port Authority of New York and New Jersey representatives will visit Milano to discuss their agency’s Leadership Fellows Program and Summer Internship Program.  This session will be held:

Tuesday, October 6 / 1pm-2pm
6 East 16th Street, Room 1645
RSVP: Visit Career SuccessLink and select the “Events” tab then choose  “Information Sessions”

Opportunities are typically available within the following departments:
Capital Programs, Comptroller’s, Environmental & Energy Programs, Govt. & Community Relations, Human Resources, Management & Budget, Marketing, Media Relations, Operations Services, PATH, Planning, Port Commerce, Public Safety, Procurement, Real Estate, Technology Services, Tunnels, Bridges & Terminals, World Trade Center Redevelopment


For more information, please visit: http://www.panynj.gov/careers/leadership-fellows-program.html and http://www.panynj.gov/careers/summer-internship-program.html


Catholic Relief Services (CRS) is one of the largest humanitarian agencies, serving in more than 90 countries worldwide. An internship at CRS gives you an introduction to the world of international relief and development. It is an opportunity for you to gain professional experience, network with potentially useful contacts, and learn what it is like to work for a faith based organization.
The Summer Internship Program is CRS’s formal internship program. The program takes place from June to August for a period of 10 – 12 weeks (in some cases the internship may extend beyond the summer months). Interns work in departments across the organization and are responsible for a variety of tasks based on their skill set and the needs of their departments. Interns receive regular guidance, direction, and support from their supervisor to ensure a successful experience. The program is designed as a collaborative learning experience that includes a performance management assessment, activities with other interns in the cohort, and a collaborative intern project to culminate the internship experience.
CRS is looking for interns with:

  • Strong organizational skills and ability to collaborate in a team environment.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and oral/written communications
  • The commitment and ability to produce high quality, accurate work in an efficient and timely manner.
  • Proficiency in MS Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint is highly desirable.

Application process
To apply, look for individual internship postings on our CRS.org careers webpage which can be accessed here http://crs.org/about/careers/ or click here (if viewing this document online). Type “Internship” in the search box and a list of our available internships will be displayed.

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply for the internship/s that most closely matches their field of study and skill set.

Important Application Dates

  • Most of our Summer Internship positions are posted on the CRS careers website starting March 15, 2014.
  • CRS Summer internships are competitive and we recommend that you apply as early as possible.

For questions and for more information, please e-mail intern@crs.org.

On Campus Interviews for Summer Internship happening Next Week

About the Horned Dorset Colony

The Horned Dorset Colony, an emerging not-for-profit artist residency, is currently looking for an intern with focus on business management, communications and fundraising. The HDC (www.horneddorsetcolony.org) offers selected composers, photographers, writers, translators, and visual artists, a one-month residency, to work on a project of their choice, away from the distractions of daily life. Artists are encouraged to share experiences and perhaps even collaborate with artists of other disciplines through daily exchanges over dinner. The residency is located in the quiet, rural hamlet of Leonardsville, in central NYS, yet is within a half-hour drive of Cooperstown, Colgate University, Hamilton College, as well as two nearby residencies, Sculpture Space, and The Sam and Adele Golden Foundation’s Golden Paints’ residency.


Summer Internship

This internship provides an opportunity to join an enthusiastic and hard-working team to grow the HDC. The team consists of the three founders: a writer, a painter and a musician, with backgrounds in the hospitality business. The founders are owners of The Horned Dorset Inn, in Leonardsville (www.horneddorsetinn.com) and The Horned Dorset Primavera Hotel, in Rincón, Puerto Rico (www.horneddorset.com). The Horned Dorset Inn’s restaurant (www.horneddorsetinn.com) provides meals for the HDC residents as well as an exhibit and fundraising venue.

The HDC seeks assistance with business management and social-media skills and the expansion of fundraising, including income-raising pursuits, putting the residency in a solid position for grant seeking. The length of the internship could be flexible, but should include months when artists are in residence (July-August 2014).

Multiple Summer 2014 Internship Openings with PolicyLink

About PolicyLink

PolicyLink is a national research and action institute advancing economic and social equity by Lifting Up What Works®. PolicyLink collaborates with a broad range of partners to implement strategies to ensure that everyone—including those from low-income communities of color—can contribute to and benefit from economic growth and prosperity.  PolicyLink operates a summer internship program for continuing graduate students (master’s or doctoral) in public policy, urban planning, and related fields. Internships are paid and the duration is generally 10 weeks. PolicyLink occasionally hosts interns during the academic year, depending on project needs and student interest.

Intern Projects 

Each intern is responsible for developing one significant written product or several shorter products over the summer that contributes to a specific PolicyLink effort to advance equitable policy change. Products may include reports for public release (or components of reports), web-based tools, internal research or policy memos, case studies, literature reviews, opinion pieces, or blog posts. Interns are expected to carry out a research plan developed by their supervisor that will include gathering and analyzing qualitative and/or quantitative data. Interns typically conduct interviews, literature reviews, and web-based searches to gather information on equity challenges and promising programmatic and policy solutions. Sometimes they conduct quantitative data analyses or spatial analyses using GIS mapping software.  Interns work under the direct supervision of a senior staff member or the principal researcher or coordinator of a project.  Summer internship projects may be tailored to the specific interests of the intern provided that they match the needs of existing project areas.  At the end of the summer, each intern gives a presentation on his or her work to the PolicyLink staff.


Continuing graduate student in public policy, urban planning, public health, economics, sociology, or related fields. The following is a list of general qualifications; specific qualifications will be described for each internship job description.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Experience with qualitative and quantitative research, as well as the ability to organize and communicate research findings.
  • Commitment to economic and social equity issues.
  • Policy/advocacy experience.
  • Strong analytical skills.
  • Extensive computer skills.
  • Good team player.
  • Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced environment.

PolicyLink is committed to building and maintaining a diverse staff and a welcoming workplace.

Requirements:  Summer internships are full-time, compensated, and generally last 10 weeks. Each intern will be expected to complete a final report and make a final presentation to staff.

Application Process:  Candidates may apply to up to two internships. Separate applications should be sent to each position but the candidate should indicate that they have applied to two positions in their cover letter.

Applicants should submit a résumé, cover letter, and a list of three professional references to internships@policylink.org.

Please include in subject line: “Your Name – Specific Internship Name.”

We encourage you to submit the application components in a single document if possible (rather than three separate files) so we can print double-sided and save paper.  Interviews will take place during the month of March. Applicants will be contacted by telephone to schedule an interview that will take place in person or over the telephone. Candidates not selected for interviews will be notified by email in early April.  PolicyLink is committed to building and maintaining a diverse staff and a welcoming workplace.

Summer 2014 Internship Opportunities

Paid Fall 2013 Internship with Context America

Context is a corporate sustainability consultancy founded in 1997 with offices in London, Los Angeles and New York. Helping clients understand sustainability and profit from it – by developing leading sustainability strategies and compelling communications. They are currently looking for a FALL 2013 Intern.

The ideal candidate will posses the following qualifications:

  • Completed at least first year of a master’s program from a top-tier university
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong project management and analytic skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • A genuine interest in sustainability and/or corporate social responsibility and a desire to pursue a career in this space
  • Previous internship and/or full-time work experience in a sustainability/CSR program or function a plus

To apply: Please email your resume and cover letter that specifies your availability through December 2013, with the subject line “Fall 2013 Internship,”  to Rachel Travis at Rachel@contextamerica.com. The deadline to submit an application is August 10, 2013.

For more information: Check out posting on College Central ; Job ID 3151821