Urban Teachers is seeking future teachers to join its program, where you’ll earn a master’s degree, receive coaching and school placement as a firm foundation for a career in urban education. Apply here.
A reminder that the College of Letters & Sciences will host the Fall 2017 Public Service Fair on Monday, September 11th from 3:00 – 6:00pm at Varsity Hall in Union South. Over 60 local non-profit groups will be in attendance to meet one on one with students seeking ways to get involved with volunteer, intern and part-time/full-time opportunities. Typically employer organizations focus on: human rights, mentorship, education, youth development, healthcare, social and economic justice. Click here for more information, and view attending employers here.
The UW South Madison Partnership (UWSMP) is searching for an Assistant Coordinator who will work closely with the Partnership Coordinator at UWSMP. This position requires strong communication skills and the ability to act as a connector between the Partnership and the Morgridge Center for Public Service. The Assistant Coordinator will work 15-17 hours per week with a rate of $13 per hour. The application deadline is August 22nd. Click here to learn more.
Contact Partnership Coordinator, Merry Farrier firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about this position.
Representative Brostoff is currently looking for interns in both Milwaukee and Madison.
This internship can take place in either the State Capitol or by email if circumstances, such as living outside of the area, warrant it.
Representative Brostoff has a variety of goals but focuses his legislative efforts on Hmong rights, deaf and hard of hearing issues, disability advocacy, and mental health support. A team of bright and hard-working interns plays an integral role in the achievements of these goals and the productivity of the office.
Internships in Representative Brostoff’s office are mutually beneficial, providing interns with valuable, first-hand experience and the office with enthusiastic and dedicated individuals. Interns typically assist with a variety of tasks, including writing, minor research, meeting attendance, list compilation, handling phone calls, data entry, preparing mailings, constituent relations, press assistance, e-news work, website assistance, and more.
E.M. Wasylik Associates is looking for Korean or Spanish speakers to work as market research interns for Fall 2017. Interns will be expected to conduct research using various sources including the internet, social network sites, publications, etc. to find leads, research Internet and other sources for information on current projects under direction of lead consultant, and use English and Korean OR Spanish skills for research. More details can be found here.
Representative Crowley’s office is currently seeking 4-5 interns for the upcoming (fall) semester. Interns will assist the capitol office by entering data, answering phones, conducting legislative research in a variety of policy specific areas, becoming familiar with and analyzing legislative proposals and monitoring the day-to-day issues affecting Wisconsin. Strong writing skills, the ability to analyze, and knowledge of progressive issues are required. Rep. Crowley is serving his first term as an elected official, and because of this the coming months will be both challenging and exciting. Rep. Crowley is seeking individuals with a strong commitment to public service, helping others, and making Wisconsin a better place. Hours are flexible.
Students can call the office (608-266-5580) with any questions. If interested, please fill out the application form, and send a resume, cover letter, and 1-2 page writing sample with the completed form to email@example.com. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. This is not a paid internship.