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National Democratic Institute – Internships at the National Democratic Institute
Job Location: Washington, DC, United States

Job Description: Administrative Fundraising/Development Program – Asia, South Asia Central and Eastern Europe Central and West Africa (CWA) Citizen Participation Programs – Democratic Governance Eurasia Department Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Program – Southern and East Africa (SEA) Programs Women’s Political Participation Programs. No phone calls please

Job Requirements: Please see our website for more information regarding each position at This position pays $6.15 per hour. Only those applicants under consideration will be contacted. We expect a minimum commitment of at least roughly 20 hours per week.

Application Instructions: Apply now using our on-line resume tool. Please refer to the internship in the cover letter.

Contact Information: Lisa Langman, Recruitment Coordinator, National Democratic Institute, 2030 M.Street NW, Fifth Floor, Washington, DC 20036 – Phone: 202-728-6328 WWW:

Kelly Scientific Resources – INTERN-CHEMISTRY LAB TECHS
Job Location: Ontario, CA, United States

Job Description: We have a great opportunity for an internship with a company in Riverside specializing in environmental testing! This is an exciting opportunity for an undergrad to gain experience as a chemical lab technician. Job duties will be to perform sample preparation, working with metals and inorganics in the chemistry department.

Eligibility: Must be pursuing a degree in Chemistry or related field; Work Mon-Fri, from 4pm-8pm; Salary $9.00/hr.

Job Requirements: B.S. degree in Chemistry or related field in progress; Lab experience, such as chemical and physical analysis, highly desirable!

How To Apply: Respond immediately by accessing the following dedicated online response form which will allow you to cut and paste your resume. This form will go directly and immediately to the hiring authority for this position. Access the online response form at:

Contact Information: Recruiting Manager, Kelly Scientific Resources, Palm Brook Corp Center, Ontario, CA, United States 91764

Bronx Council on the Arts – Artist Services Internship
Job Location: Bronx – NY, NY, United States

Job Description: Work with the Program Director in managing the operations of the BRIO (Bronx Recognizes Its Own) individual artist grant and assist in planning of the inaugural Bronx Artist Biennial taking place June 2005. You will assist the curator/festival planners in a variety of administrative areas, which include working with emerging and established artists, communicating with print and electronic media, data entry, and other duties as required. You’ll learn first hand the ins and outs of a successful artist grant program and arts event planning. Some of the benefits of the internship will include: Assist with marketing, “outreach”, and press release; Hands on learning about artist grants and the grant making process; Learn more about the wealth of artistic talent in the Bronx; Interaction with contemporary visual, performance, literary and media artists; Assist with event planning, design and implementation.

Job Requirements: Preferably a BFA/BA or MFA candidate; Passionate about contemporary art; Strong written and verbal skills; Strong Communication & Interpersonal skills; Advanced computer skills; Self Starter; Basic graphic editing with Photoshop is a plus; Layout skills are also a plus

How To Apply: Please email your resume to with “Artist Services Internship” in the subject.

Contact Information: Melissa Calderon, Artist Services Coordinator, Bronx Council on the Arts, 1738 Hone Ave
Bronx, NY, United States 10461

Phone: 718 931 9500 FAX: 718 409 6445
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