US Senator Tammy Baldwin’s official Madison office is looking for fall interns. Interns in the Madison office have the opportunity to interact with state staff on a variety of matters, including legislative concerns, casework, communications, and constituent correspondence. The office is looking for students who are strong writers and communicators, who are flexible and can work independently on a wide variety of tasks. Previous administrative or office experience is helpful, but not required. Other qualities include attention to detail, customer service, ability to work in a fast-paced environment, and a pleasant, professional manner. The deadline to apply is August 15th. Interns are required to work 10-15 hours per week and schedules are made upon student’s availability. Apply here.
There are three main internship sessions – fall, winter/spring and summer – with flexibility within each session to accommodate for semester and quarterly schedules. Internships are offered as part-time or full-time. Applicants have the opportunity to apply for legislative and press internships available at Senator Baldwin’s Washington, D.C. and state-based offices. Continue reading
For Our Future Fund is looking for campaign interns. The organization identifies undecided voters and tries to get voter support for their candidates, Hillary Clinton and Russ Feingold, through values-based conversation. Canvassers will be trained on contemporary voter persuasion methods, progressive policy, voter turnout tactics, route planning, and other field fundamentals. Continue reading
Campus and Visitor Relations is looking for student ambassadors to represent UW–Madison, give tours and provide information at three campus welcome desks. Between now and Tuesday, October 11, students may apply for these positions online at https://info.wisc.edu/about-us/application/.
One Political Science student has the opportunity to be sponsored to serve on the Dane County Latino Health Council (http://latinohealthcouncil.org/).
Christy Lee Ward (former PoliSci Undergrad Coordinator) will again be sponsoring a Political Science student who is interested in Latino community advocacy and/or healthcare policy this academic year, covering the $50 membership fee. Continue reading
New York Union Semester is a full-time intensive academic and internship program that provides students with an opportunity to put their passion for social justice to work, both inside and outside the classroom. The Spring 2017 semester runs from January 30 to May 26, 2017. Continue reading
The Institute provides hands-on leadership, communications, and policy advocacy training to a select group of Wisconsin women every year. It is a program of the Wisconsin Women’s Network, a nonpartisan, nonprofit membership organization dedicated to advancing the status of women and girls in Wisconsin through communication, education, advocacy, and connections. Continue reading
The Wisconsin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is looking for students to join their street team, which is part-time and pays $12/hr. They are looking for individuals to help with their outreach and recruitment. They work with everyone, with an emphasis on under-represented populations. They help to connect them with employers that offer career advancement. Click here to see the job announcement and application.
Oracle Class Of Program (Class Of) is focused on teaching the fundamentals of selling and providing you with skills to prepare you for success in an inside sales and business development role, with the ability to achieve multiple levels of career progression with increasing levels of responsibility within inside sales. Other promotion paths are to field sales and to a sales leadership role within Oracle Direct or within field sales. Progression is based on an individual’s ability to meet/exceed objectives, your flexibility/willingness to relocate when promotion opportunities are available, and a designed career path that extends over several years and beyond. You can have a very long term career with Oracle. Continue reading