Monday, April 24, 2017

Fall 2017 Internships at the AAG: Deadline August 1st

Internships at AAG
The AAG seeks interns on a year-round basis for the spring, summer, and fall semesters.
Interns participate in most AAG programs and projects such as education, outreach, research, website, publications, or the Annual Meeting. The AAG also arranges for interns to accompany different AAG staff on visits to related organizations or events of interest during the course of their internship. A monthly stipend of $500 is provided and interns are expected to make their own housing and related logistical arrangements. Enrollment in a Geography or closely related program is preferred but not a prerequisite for these opportunities.


Applicants should forward a resume, brief writing sample, and three references to Candida Mannozzi,  

More information on internships at the AAG is also available on the Jobs & Careers section of the AAG website at:

BSOS Needs Ambassadors for Fall 2017! Apply Now!

Priority Deadline: May 8, 2017
Candidates selected to move forward will be contacted for an interview before the end of spring semester. Good luck!

Click here for more information about BSOS Ambassadors
E-mail Margo Shear at with any questions

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Hyattsville Summer Internship Opportunity

Hyattsville Community Development Corp Open Call for Interns

Where: Hyattsville Community Development Corporation - Hyattsville, Maryland

Desired Class Level(s): Junior, Senior, Masters Candidate, Recent Grad (up to 1 year out)
APPLY through Careers4Terps (#157083)


The Hyattsville Community Development Corporation (CDC) is a local non-profit community-serving organization dedicated to the revitalization and sustainable development of Hyattsville, the Gateway Arts District, and neighboring Inner-Beltway communities. Founded in the Fall of 2000, our mission is to develop arts, entertainment and public spaces; spur economic development and the quality of community life; encourage widespread leadership for community revitalization; and to rebuild the city’s commercial corridors.

We are currently looking for energetic, dynamic undergraduate or graduate students. Interns will work closely with our staff to learn the ins and outs of a community development organization and serving a unique community. Potential candidates must be self-starters with strong communication skills, eagerness to learn, and comfort working in a small team (4 staffers) office environment. 

We currently have internships open for students interested in:
Economic and Community Development (Research, Project Management, Community Outreach)
Public Art Communications 

The internship positions are flexible with room for change, so if you possess skills in multiple areas we can adapt a position to fulfill your learning needs. Project placement will be based on personal interests and skillset, as well as the current priorities of the organization. 


Knowledge of community planning, public policy, community development, public art, real estate development
Facility with basic web development tools, including WordPress.
Experience accessing and manipulating databases
Understanding of Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator)
Knowledge of GIS software
We are also seeking bilingual candidates (Spanish/English) to assist in specific assignments related to our growing Spanish-speaking community.

BSOS Orientation Peer Advisor Opportunity

Are you an undergraduate student with experience with BSOS peer mentoring and orientations?

If yes, we have an amazing opportunity for you to work closely with BSOS Advisors this summer! BSOS is looking for students to help the BSOS Advising Office as an Orientation Peer Advisor. We're looking for students who are willing to help the Advising office prepare and operate for the Freshmen and Transfer Orientation programs.

This will be a paid work experience that requires roughly 20-30 hours a week of commitment.

Applications are due April 28th and can be found here: (**download the copy to Word; do not request access please**)

Please email or submit to:
BSOS Advising Office
2148 Tydings Hall
Attn: Lindsey Rodkey

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

SEC Fall Student Honors Job Announcements

Hello all Undergraduate Students!

The U.S Securities and Exchange Commission's Student Honors Programs are looking for students in the undergraduates of a variety of majors for their Honors Business Program! Majors that the SEC are looking for are students who are studying:
  • Accounting/Economics/Finance
  • Business Administration (Contracting/Procurement, Management, Project Management)
  • Human Resources/Human Resources Development (Washington, DC ONLY)
  • Information Technology/Computer Science/Information Systems
  • Graphic Design
  • Data Sciences
  • Mathematics/Statistics
  • Cybersecurity
  • Public Administration/Government
  • Criminal Justice (Washington, DC ONLY)
  • Library Sciences (Washington, DC ONLY)
  • Communications/Marketing
  • Journalism/English/Literature
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
The Fall 2017 Student Honors Business Program will officially begin August 28, 2017- November 17, 2017.

To apply for this program, you must meet the following qualifications:

- Must be a sophomore, junior, or senior student as of August 31, 2017.
- Must be enrolled as a degree-seeking undergraduate student
- Must be taking at least half-time academic course load
- A GPA of 3.0 or higher is preferred
- Relatives of current SEC employees are ineligible

**All qualification requirements must be met by the closing date of this announcement. Undergraduate students must be enrolled at least half-time (6 credits per semester or the equivalent) in an accredited college or university to participate in the Student Honors Business Program.**

For more information, please visit

We hope you take advantage of this opportunity!

Friday, April 7, 2017

Bright Futures Summer 'Unpaid Internship' Scholarship Application

The Bright Futures 'Unpaid Internship' Scholarship awards students with need-based scholarships ranging from $250-$1,250 to help offset expenses incurred during unpaid internships with non-profit organizations and government agencies.  The Bright Futures application for summer 2017 unpaid internships is now open!

DEADLINE: Monday, April 24 at 5 p.m.
Eligible Candidates 
All registered University of Maryland, College Park undergraduate students returning to campus for the fall 2017 semester, who have an internship for summer 2017, are eligible to apply. Graduating seniors (May 2017 & August 2017) are not eligible. Preference will be given to juniors and seniors graduating in December 2017 and to those who have not previously received an award.  In order for a student's internship to qualify for funding support, it must satisfy the following criteria:
  • Unpaid on-campus or off-campus internship with a non-profit organization or government agency
  • Offered during the summer and completed by Friday, August 25, 2017
  • Supervised by a professional in the organization
Submission Deadline: Monday, April 25 at 5 p.m.


If not addressed on the above website, contact:
Erica Ely
Program Director, Internships
University Career Center & The President's Promise

The Bright Futures 'Unpaid Internship' Initiative is generously funded by the Eisen Family Internship Scholarship, the University Career Center & The President's Promise, and individual donors through Maryland Giving Day.