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Translation Internship with Latinitas Magazine Available

Latinitas (www.latinitasmagazine.org) the first digital magazine made for and y young Latinas needs a translation intern for Summer and/or Fall 2010. Duties would include translating 6 short articles per month for the publishing of Latinitas and Teen Latinitas magazine online. The internship requires around 10 hours a week commitment, but is flexible.

Our offices are downtown, but this internship could be done anywhere since its translation. It’s a great way to use your writing skills to benefit the next generation of Latina youth and an impressive resume builder.

Laura Donnelly Gonzalez, 512.447.4440 x137
Latinitas Magazine
1107 S. 8th Street
Austin, TX 78704
phone: (512)322-9947

Latinitas Internship Opportunity

Latinitas (www.latinitasmagazine.org) is accepting applications for after school program leaders for its elementary, middle and high school Club Latinitas and iMedia clubs. Latinitas is the first digital magazine made for and by young Latinas and is also a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering Hispanic girls through media and technology. Club activities include lessons in writing, editing, web and graphic design, photography, radio and video broadcast and more. Leaders manage clubs including 10 – 15 Hispanic girls and/or teens. Training is provided.
The ideal intern will have excellent written and verbal communication skills. Interns should be organized, resourceful, creative, enthusiastic, and proactive. We are looking for someone who is able to work independently as well as part of a team. Experience working with children preferred. Bilingual volunteers are encouraged to apply. This position is recommended for students with a major in communications, social work, or education. Interns must be computer literate, demonstrating proficiency with Microsoft Office and Internet navigation. Interns must be able to establish and maintain a good rapport and harmonious relationships with students, staff, and school administrators. Having a car is encouraged, but not required.
Latinitas provides an educational paid stipend at the successful completion of this internship position. Volunteer leaders are welcome, too. Many interns arrange to receive academic and/or service learning credits for their work through their school. Position starts asap; interns must be willing to commit 10 hours per week for an entire school year. Interns must be available from 2:00-6:00pm at least two days a week – Mon.- Fri. Hours and days of work are flexible.
Job Responsibilities:
• Mentors youth and develop a one-on-one relationship with youth
• Co-facilitates a media empowerment program for girls (4th-12th graders)
• Collaborates with another community educator to lead group sessions
• Plans and assists at media and technology workshops
• Develops and implements curriculum for after-school program
• Act as a liaison between Latinitas and school personnel
• Assists in our survey data collection and data entry
• Organize field trips, special events & projects as needed
• Promotes program on school campuses and recruits club members
• Acts as editor for junior reporters
To apply: Email resume to intern@latinitasmagazine.org and complete application at http://www.latinitasmagazine.org. Please send a resume, also to latinitasleslie@yahoo.com

Summer Internship- Campaign Work in Dallas and DC

Smart Media Group is an independent media planning, buying and communications agency seeking interns for summer 2008. Our clients include candidates, issue/advocacy groups and corporations seeking creative answers to their media problems.
This year we will be especially busy handling numerous U.S. Senate races, gubernatorial races, congressional races and several independent expenditure groups.
We are headquartered in the Washington, DC area with a satellite office in downtown Dallas and can offer students a unique view into the role of advertising in political campaigns.
The internship will offer an hourly minimum wage payment.
Interested students can email Becky Kimbro, at BKimbro@smartmediagrp.com.

U.S. State Department Spring 2009 Internships

The U.S. Department of State offers opportunities to get first hand
experience in the field of foreign affairs. Whether you work in the
U.S. or at one of 265-plus posts around the world, you will help the
Department create a more secure, prosperous and democratic world.
Students from all majors can make a real difference by helping build
and keep positive relationships between America and the rest of the
Internships are excellent preparation for future careers in both the
Civil Service and the Foreign Service. The Department is looking
for students with a broad range of majors, such as Business or
Public Administration, Social Work, Economics, Information
Management, Journalism, and the Biological, Physical and Engineering
Sciences, as well as those majors more traditionally identified with
international affairs.
* A U.S. citizen
* A student, as defined in the Qualifications & Evaluation section
* In good academic standing in an accredited institution
How Interns are Selected
The Intern Coordinators Office receives all applications and reviews them to ensure that they are complete and that applicants meet the eligibility criteria. Applications are then forwarded to the bureaus identified by the applicant. Bureau representatives evaluate applicants based on the application materials.
Foreign language ability is an important factor in placement for internships abroad. Completing some academic studies relevant to the type of work you wish to perform increases your competitiveness.
The bureau or office to which the Intern Coordinators Office submits the applications may make a verbal offer to an applicant. However, the offer is not “official” until selectees receive written notification from the Internship Program’s Office. This notification is a tentative offer to participate in the internship program. A final offer is contingent upon complete investigation and issuance of a security clearance. Those who are not selected for internships will also be notified. So that we may contact you as soon as possible, please make sure that any changes of address after you apply are updated immediately in your applicant profile.
How to Apply
We are now accepting applications to the 2009 Spring Internship Program. Please note that the deadline to submit completed applications is July 1, 2008.
All applications are submitted online through the “Gateway to State” system, which also screens applications to make sure that they are complete, and that applicants meet the eligibility criteria.
Click here for a link to further information and application.

Communications Intern with Texas Parks and Wildlife Dept.

Communications Internship Available at the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) – Austin Headquarters
TPWD is seeking a bi-lingual intern to work with the Communications Director to fine-tune an Hispanic outreach strategy that includes developing a plan to provide TPWD’s many communication products such as print and video news releases to Spanish-speaking audiences. The internship is 20 hours a week, $9.50 – $11.50 an hour, based on experience and fluency. Minimum requirements are completion of 18 semester hours and overall GPA of 2.0.
Contact: Please call TPWD Communications Director Lydia Saldaña for additional information: 512-389-4557.
Additional info about TPWD and TPWD media communications products:

HACU National Internship Program (HNIP)

On this website you will find information on how to become an intern, the application deadlines for the 2008 sessions, view the many government and corporate partners we work with and also read stories and experiences from past interns. If you have a question that is not answered on our site, please feel free to contact our Washington, DC office at 202-467-0893.
Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities National Internship Program

Internship: Work on Latin American and Human Rights Policy

WOLA is a nonprofit policy, research and advocacy organization working to advance democracy, human rights, and social and economic justice in Latin America and the Caribbean. WOLA staff interacts with congressional offices, the State Department, the media, and non-governmental and international organizations. WOLA seeks to influence policy in many ways: briefing congressional offices, writing reports and issue briefs, organizing press conferences and seminars, addressing academic audiences and working with the media.
Sally Yudelman Internship at WOLA
WOLA’s internship program is named after Sally Yudelman for her contribution and commitment to WOLA, human rights and democracy in Latin America. Through WOLA’s Yudelman Internship Program we hope to provide unique mentoring opportunities to interns thereby encouraging the next generation of young people to become actors in the formation of U.S. foreign policy.
WOLA’s Yudelman Internship Program works to give interns a broad exposure to the foreign policy-making process and aims to familiarize its interns with current events in Latin America through regular meetings with our staff and by attending NGO coalition meetings, congressional hearings, and other discussions and events. In addition, throughout the semester, interns will have a series of “brown bag” lunch discussions with representatives from different sectors that interact with the NGO world, such as foundations, governments, and multilateral institutions. Upon arrival each intern is assigned to work with a WOLA Associate on one issue and will produce a detailed research project that meets the intern’s interests and the Associate’s needs.
Applications to the WOLA’s Yudelman Internship are three times each year— summer, fall and spring. WOLA selects seven interns per session. The internship is unpaid. During the fall and spring, interns are expected to work at least 24 hours each week. During the summer, they are expected to work 32 hours each week.
Approximately 65% of the internship is administrative in nature—answering telephones, faxing, copying, or working on a specific task (i.e. fulfilling orders for our many publications, helping to keep our website updated, monitoring the media). The reminder of the time is spent on the intern project or other substantive work.
Interested applicants should have a demonstrated interest in human rights, democracy and economic justice in Latin America; initiative and flexibility; the capability to work in a fast-paced environment; good organizational skills; follow-through and attention to detail. Spanish proficiency is strongly recommended. Technical skills are highly desired.
Latin American and minority students are encouraged to apply. In general, the Yudelman Internship Program is not open to either graduate students or to students who have already graduated as they are generally looking for something more substantive in nature.
In order to be considered for an internship, WOLA needs the following materials:
*a cover letter in which you state:
* that you understand the internship is unpaid
* your specific dates of availability
* your willingness to work at least 24 hours each week (32 if you are applying for a summer internship)
* why you want to intern at WOLA, an idea of your specific interests regarding Latin America, and your language abilities.
*a resume
*the names and telephone numbers of at least two references
*a short writing sample (no more than 2-3 pages) on a topic of your choice. It can be a paper you submitted for a class.

Summer internship (late May/early June through August) March 25

Fall internship (early September through mid-December) July 20
Spring internship (mid-January through May) November 15
Application materials should be addressed to the Intern Coordinator:
Kristina DeMain
Internship Recruitment Coordinator
1630 Connecticut Avenue, NW Floor 2
Washington, D.C. 20009