Natural Resources Foundation Opportunities
August 29, 2016
WORK WITH US Position opening: Operations director 2016 This is a new position within the Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin (NRF). Reporting to the executive director, the operations director oversees internal functions of the foundation. The operations director improves the operational systems, processes and policies in support of NRF’s mission. The position is located in Madison, Wisconsin Deadline: Review will begin September 19, 2016 until the position is filled. Salary: $35,000-40,000 with benefits including health insurance, retirement contributions, paid vacation and flexible hours See the full position description for more details and to learn how to apply. INTERN WITH US (work study award required) We have 2-3 work study positions available for the fall of 2016 and onward. Administrative assistant 8-10 hrs/wk $10/hour Conservation communications assistant 10-12 hrs/wk $10/hr VOLUNTEER WITH US We welcome the help of volunteers for: * General assistance with mailings and filing in the Madison office (we’re a lot of fun to be with!) * Restoration and management of State Natural Areas statewide (for more information, visit the DNR’s SNA volunteer page) * Help out in various roles at Wisconsin’s State Parks (to find a volunteer position, visit the DNR’s state parks ...
ALL CAREER AND INTERNSHIP FAIR
August 26, 2016
Thursday, September 22 4:00 - 8:00 p.m. Kohl Center 601 West Dayton Street All UW-Madison students and alumni are welcome to attend this FREE event. This fair offers students the wonderful opportunity to connect with approximately 750 representatives from 300 organizations who are eager to talk about their full-time and internship positions, as well as offer students a chance to research careers and network. Your assistance in sharing this invitation with students who are currently seeking positions (full-time, internship) is appreciated. We want to ensure that EVERY student who may find this event beneficial is aware of this invitation. Thank you in advance for your assistance. See list of employers registered: https://bus-wisc-csm.symplicity.com/events/2baa5997ce8c88cbffd89d1d2cdfe071/employers Students may receive additional help in preparing for the career fair from the career services office within their college as many offer resume writing assistance and tips for making the most of the event. Additionally, students are invited to visit the new “Student Prep Station” at the career fair for assistance during the event and to visit the LinkedIn Professional Photo Booth. *The Fall Career and Internship Fair is sponsored by the College of Agricultural ...
Clean Lakes Alliance Internships
August 23, 2016
Looking to broaden your skillset and build your resume? Clean Lakes Alliance interns work closely with professional staff to support our work to protect water quality in the lakes, streams and wetlands of the Yahara River watershed. Our Fall 2016 openings: Program & Outreach internship Watershed Engagement internship Marketing & Design internship To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Badger Volunteers is a semester-long program that pairs teams of students with community organizations (schools, nonprofits, municipalities) to volunteer 1-4 hours each week at the same organization. The program is designed to foster meaningful and consistent connections between community partners and students over the course of an entire semester. Badger Volunteers provides logistical support, transportation, training and education sessions for student volunteers in the program. Volunteer opportunities fall into three categories: Education, Sustainability and Public Health. However, Badger Volunteers has an opportunity for any major and any interest. Badger Volunteers participate in orientation the third week of the semester and begin volunteering the fourth week. Volunteering ends the second-to-last week of the semester. Why should I be a Badger Volunteer? 1. Volunteer opportunities from over 80 community partners 2. We take care of helping you find transportation off campus 3. The opportunity to work in teams and meet new people 4. Yep, you even get an awesome t-shirt! Questions? Students contact Kari Temkin at email@example.com.
The application for the U.S. Department of State (Unpaid) Internship Program for summer 2017 should open on www.usajobs.gov in early September. This is our primary internship program to work at either the State Department in Washington, D.C, at one of our domestic offices (such as at the UN) or at one of our embassies or consulates overseas. Please see the DIR Midwest Facebook page for some student testimonials. Also, please note that the (paid) U.S. Foreign Service Internship Program (USFSIP) internship will open in September as well. It will only be open for about a week on www.usajobs.gov. Both of the internship programs are highly competitive, but the USFSIP even more so as it is much, much smaller in scale. For additional details, see Consular Fellow and Student Programs Marie Koko Career and Internships Pathways Specialist: Government, Politics, Policy & Nonprofits University of Wisconsin-Madison Letters & Science Career Initiative and Career Services 1305 Linden Dr., Suite 205, Madison WI, 53706 | 608-262-3921 Schedule Appointments: http://go.wisc.edu/1m3m72 Government, Politics, and Policy Webpage: http://go.wisc.edu/fl198p Government Interests Listserv: firstname.lastname@example.org Nonprofit Webpage: http://go.wisc.edu/xj0tc3 Nonprofit Interests Listserv: email@example.com