The Buffalo trek website and accompanying bi-monthly magazine provide readers whose passion is outdoor fitness, a platform to learn more about running, biking, fitness, multi-sport, paddling, winter sports, and hiking in Western New York.
We are seeking English and/or Communication students who are interested in one of the above references sports to supply us with two featured articles per month during a semester-long internship. Student articles will be featured with their own by-line in both the online and print versions of Buffalo Trek. Students will also be encouraged to produce/provide any related video content to complement their articles.
Although this is a non-paying internship, students hoping to gain experience in the advertising side of print/online media will be compensated with a 20% commission for any ad sold for Buffalo Trek.
Contact Jim O'Connor at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Museum Internship at the ALbright-Knox is designed to provide an educationalexperience in a museum environment to udnergraduate students, graduate students, and recent graduates. Internships are available throughout the school year in Fall and Spring sessions, as well as during the summer. Under the supervision of key museum staff members, interns will participate in activities conducive to their academic and professional growth. Students who wish to obtain academic credit for their internship may do so and must make their own arrangements with their college or university.
Interns are accepted twice a year. The Spring session runs from late January through May. Intern hours are flexible to accommodate class schedules; however, participants are required to intern a minimum of eight hour per week and must complete 90 hours during the internship season. The deadline for Spring session internships is December 7, 2014.
Contact Kelly Macagnone at email@example.com
Daemen Athletic Communications Office
The Athletic Communications Office is looking for an intern in Communications who enjoys sports and writing about sports, even if they feel that part of it is just a hobby.
Contact Michael Miranto at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cardinal Scholars is an in-home and online tutoring service that gives exceptional tutors the chance to be matched with local students in need of additional academic support. We connect tutors with students seeking help with college, high school, middle school and elementary material.
We're seeking tutors who meet the following criteria:
- Are fantastic teachers and have experience teaching others.
- Are academically curious and intelligent.
- Attend or have graduated from Daemen College as either an undergraduate, graduate, or professional student.
The benefits of becoming a tutor with us include:
- Freedom to set your own schedule (no set hourly requirement; we expect you to be taking classes yourself!).
- Competitive compensation ranging from $15 - $35 per hour.
- Get to know great families from the community who will really appreciate your help.
- We connect tutors with students all over the U.S. and online for sessions so you can tutor in your hometown during breaks, and in your college town during the school year!
Coming on board as a tutor is not a guarantee of immediate tutoring work, but offers the opportunity to be considered for an assignment if we receive a tutoring request in your area for in person tutoring and/or around the country for online tutoring.
Interested? Please go here to apply: http://www.cardinalscholars.