The 2015 APS Emerging Writer Fellowships : Blog : This is A Public Space. We are pleased to announce that applications are now open for the 2015 Emerging Writer Fellowships. Under this project, three emerging writers will be selected for six-month fellowships, which will include: – A mentorship from an established author who has previously contributed to A Public Space; – Publication in the magazine; – A contributor's payment of $1,000; – Free workspace in our Brooklyn offices (optional).
Please note that applicants from all across the world are encouraged to apply for these fellowships, and that the residency in our offices is an optional element. We are only able to consider submissions in English. Students & Recent Graduates. Update The Final Rule (external link) (PDF file) implementing the Pathways Programs has been published.
It will take effect as of July 10, 2012. Agencies may continue to use the existing student and Presidential Management Fellows hiring authorities until the effective date of the Final Rule. The Center for Fiction. Library and Bookstore Internship Interns will gain experience working with used and new books, marketing, display and ordering, as well as general experience working in a non-profit bookstore.
Journalism Fellowship – Google. In an effort to help develop the next crop of reporters working to keep people around the globe informed, educated and entertained, we have created the Google Journalism Fellowship.
As a company dedicated to organizing the world’s information and making it universally accessible and useful, Google recognizes that behind many blue links is a journalist and that quality journalism is a key ingredient of a vibrant and functioning society. Internships. Girls Write Now interns gain valuable experience working side by side with staff at a high-growth nationally recognized non-profit while enhancing career opportunities in the literary and arts education fields.
Internships at Girls Write Now are a good fit for individuals pursuing careers in the non-profit sector who want to learn about everyday office operations. Internships require 15 to 25 in-office hours per week. GO Project 2014-2015 Volunteer Form. HR Spring Internship. Description Joe Fresh offers stylish, fresh and affordable apparel, accessories and beauty products for all seasons.
The Joe Fresh style brand is the answer to the consumer’s desire for accessible, of –the-moment style. Position Overview: HR Summer Intern The HR Summer Intern will support and learn all different aspects of the HR generalist function in a vertical retailer. What you will learn: Supporting the corporate HR team with different people initiatives. Must be a currently enrolled student seeking internship credit. Editorial Internship. Internship (New York): Research and Editing Intern. Description: China Labor Watch (CLW) is an independent not-for-profit organization.
In the past ten years, CLW has collaborated with unions, labor organizations, and the media to conduct hundreds of in-depth assessments of labor conditions in Chinese factories that produce toys, bikes, shoes, furniture, clothing, and electronics for some of the largest international brand corporations. CLW's New York office creates reports from these investigations, educates the international community on supply chain labor issues, and pressures corporations to improve conditions for workers. CLW also trains workers and operates a worker hotline in China that has handled nearly 6,000 cases since 2010. Find out more about CLW: www.chinalaborwatch.org. Internship (New York): Girl Rising Event Management/Corporate Intern. Who we are: Girl Rising is a powerful feature film and a global action campaign for girls' education.
The film spotlights the true stories of extraordinary girls around the world, striving beyond circumstance and overcoming impossible odds to reach their dreams. Girl Rising promotes a powerful truth: educating girls in the developing world can transform families, communities, and entire countries—and break the cycle of poverty in just one generation. Who you are: The Girl Rising Corporate Intern will work closely with the Director of Corporate Engagement and Manager of Development to identify and contact corporations that will help to further the impact of our global campaign and international distribution of our film. Internship (New York): Human Resources Internship (Volunteer Program) Internship (New York): MoMA Spring 2015 Internship Program. Internship (New York): Asia Studies Volunteer Internship. Council on Foreign Relations Human Resources Office 58 East 68th Street, New York, NY 10065.
Internships. PEN American Center is a community of 3,800 writers working to bring down barriers to free expression worldwide and to showcase the literary, journalistic, and artistic achievements made possible through creative freedom.
Past interns have gone on to find work at some of the most prestigious newspapers, advocacy organizations, publishing houses, and magazines in the country, including The New Yorker, Story Corps, and the Open Society Foundations. A minimum commitment of 15-20 hours per week is required. Interns committing to 15+ hours a week may apply for a local travel stipend.
Internships. Application Deadlines: Fall Internship Program Deadline: September 6 Winter/Spring Internship Program Deadline: December 1st Summer Internship Program Deadline: March 1.
Inkling - Publishing Resources for Job Searchers. Internships. Careers. Jobs + Internships + Careers - Oh My! Mediabistro.com. NBCUniversal Careers. Search Internships - Bookjobs.com. Open Positions. Oxford University Press is the world's largest university press with the widest global presence. We publish in many countries, in more than 40 languages, and in a variety of formats—print and digital. We employ nearly 6,000 people worldwide. Culture Oxford University Press is mission-driven to support scholarship and education by publishing worldwide. As an employee of the Press, you will play an important role in ensuring the continued success of our organization. The mission and values of Oxford University Press are reflected in the culture of our workplace and the integrity of our employees.
From the sense of community that our employees help build, to the quality, innovation, and high standards we bring to our diverse publishing portfolio, the culture of Oxford University Press is among the top reasons our employees remain committed to the work they do. Editorial Internships. Editorial interns will work closely with the Associate Editor and other members of the editorial staff. Ideal candidates will have some knowledge of the Graywolf list and its authors, and will be well-read, articulate, and motivated to seek out new and original literary voices. While assisting with a wide range of projects, interns will gain hands-on experience and training in most aspects of editorial work, while also gaining a good understanding of nonprofit literary publishing. Interns' responsibilities will include: • A commitment to work twenty to twenty-five hours per week for four months.
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