Dish Promotions is having a writing contest and the winner will be awarded with a $1,000 scholarship.
Applicants must answer in 600 to 1000 words, the following:
Explain what makes watching a sporting event live more valuable than watching it pre-recorded, and why this is different from most other programming.
Additionally, two professional sources are required (Wikipedia does not count as a professional source). Also, all applicants must use perma.cc if they choose to use online sources and use MLA citation style for their work. *Citations will not be included in the word count limit.*
To learn more about this opportunity or to access the application, click HERE.
The Office of the President of John Jay College of Criminal Justice is looking for highly qualified undergraduate students for the year-long Presidential Internship Program. The internship is a paid part-time position. Selected applicants will be required to work 20 hours each week.
General Responsibilities Include:
- Conducting extensive online research and analysis of documents
- Drafting letters, memos, and concept papers
- Editing speeches and publications
- Creating and maintain databases, power point presentations, and promotional materials
- Attending meetings and events with the President and network with stakeholders
- Coordinating and manage events and conferences
- Conducting general administrative duties
- Junior or senior at internship start; BA/MA students may apply
- GPA of 3.2 or higher
- Excellent research skills
- Ability to analyze and synthesize texts
- Ability to articulate viewpoints and present information in a concise and accurate manner
- Outstanding organizational and time management skills
- Strong background in writing and editing
- Computer literacy, particularly Microsoft Office applications (word, excel, power point, publisher)
- Interest in public policy, governmental affairs, and criminal justice reform efforts
- Ability to multitask and set priorities
To apply, please deliver your cover letter, resume or CV, and two letters of recommendation (at least one academic) to:
Bettina Muenster Executive Associate for Research and Special Projects President’s Office, Suite 625 524 West 59th Street New York, NY 10019
For more information, click HERE.
The CUNY 311 Project is hiring students!
– Answer incoming calls within the 24-hour/7-day/week operation in a professional and courteous manner.
– Maintain customer satisfaction.
– Identify customers’ needs and assist accordingly.
– Enter call data into a computerized tracking system.
– Perform routine clerical work such as copying, filing and faxing as needed.
– Collaborate with DoITT and CUNY Program staff as needed.
**Please visit the Center for Career and Professional Development for possible opportunities of obtaining academic credit using this experience.**
• Currently a student in good standing at a City University of New York college and graduating no sooner than December 2017.
• Undergraduate students, at time of application, must hold a GPA of 2.5 or higher, and maintain enrollment in at least 6 credits while working with CUNY 311.
• Graduate students, at time of application, must hold a GPA of 3.0 or higher, and maintain enrollment in at least 3 credits while working with CUNY 311.
• Be available 18 hours per week for three 6 hour shifts.
• Have strong computer skills and be proficient with Internet.
• Have excellent telephone etiquette and communication skills.
• Be proficient in English and have strong reading and writing skills.
• Only students with strong attendance and punctuality skills should apply.
If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity or to apply, log into your John Jay Careers Online account and look for JOB ID: 24556.
In this internship, students are academic-participants in a project exploring ways communities work to address conflicts and concerns regarding housing issues and the ways by which they attempt to resolve them.
Students selected for this internship will work in the organization, learn the role that the organization plays in community life and explore its role in dealing with issues of housing in the community. In the academic component of the internship, students enroll in ISP 392. This course focuses on how communities work to address local problems and develop means to resolve them by considering how government, not for profits, and landlords/developers negotiate community based housing issues on a local level.
If you have any further questions or concerns, please contact Prof. S. Leftoff in the Interdisciplinary Studies Program at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 212.237.8452. For the flyer, click HERE. For the application, click here.