Students of all majors seeking internship opportunities for UW credit in Spring 2018 can still apply to the UW Wisconsin in Washington, DC Internship program.
This is an opportunity for students to make connections with UW alumni in Washington, DC while networking with other professionals affiliated with the program.
Wisconsin in Washington, DC is not just for students with an interest in political science, policy and government. A wide range of internships are offered in non-profits, advocacy and service organizations, media, marketing, international development, global health, government branches and agencies, and more.
The semester program options include 3 courses plus an internship, totaling 12 credits.
Spring 2018 deadline: May 19, 2017.
The drop-in open house for those interested in the Fulbright US Student Program (FUSP) is on Friday, May 5th at 10:00 AM in 336 Ingraham Hall. If you have specific questions about FUSP, the application process, or your particular interests, stop by to talk with the campus Fulbright Program Advisor. The FUSP 2018-19 competition opened on April 3; campus deadline for applications is 11:59 AM Monday, September 11, 2017.
Hawks Quindel is looking to hire two individuals as Bilingual Law Firm Receptionists and one as a Bilingual Legal Intake Assistant. Job descriptions for these positions are linked below. All cover letters and resumes can be sent to Kim Brown at email@example.com
Bilingual Law Firm Receptionist | Bilingual Legal Intake Assistant
The University of Wisconsin Press, Books Division is offering publishing and marketing internships for undergrads and recent grads. Applications are due by May 1st.
Rep. Hutton’s office is looking for an undergraduate student at UW-Madison who can begin as soon as possible. Ideally, the staffers of the Hutton office are looking for a younger undergraduate who is interested in fulfilling the intern position for two to three semesters minimum. The duties and responsibilities for the intern would include constituent services, background research on legislative issues, website maintenance, and general management of the office database, among other things. As with any position in the legislature, it is expected that the individual has proficient written and verbal communication skills, as well as familiarity with Microsoft Office.
Any interested students can contact Representative Hutton’s research assistant, Phillip Pratt, by phone (office #: 608-267-9836) or by e-mail (Phillip.Pratt@legis.wisconsin.gov).
The Alternative Breaks Committee has an opening for their Director of the Wisconsin Union Directorate (WUD) Alternative Breaks Committee position. WUD is hiring a Director to oversee the organization, programming and membership. Applications for the Alternative Breaks Committee Director close April 28th.
Learn more and apply here.
“Critical, Historical, and Comparative Perspectives on International Humanitarian Law,” will be held at the Pyle Center on April 21-22, 2017. The conference will be an interdisciplinary conversation on the histories, rules, and implementation of international humanitarian law with the goal of beginning an exchange among practitioners, lawyers, and scholars who focus specifically on international humanitarian law in its own right, as well as in comparison with human rights and criminal law.
Visit the conference website for the program and a list of participants.
On Friday, April 21st at Union South, the Graduate Early Modern Student Society (GEMSS) is holding its first ever research symposium,”Early Modern Amalgams.” The event is free and open to all students. Free food will be provided for attendees during the lunch and reception.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Dane County (BBBS), the premier youth mentoring organization in the state, is seeking part-time development and communications interns. Read below for details.