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Postings looking for Honors College interns or employees

Independent Study Opportunity in Health Psychology

Dr. Matthew Carpenter, a Professor and Licensed Clinical Psychologist in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at MUSC, is looking for undergraduate students to aid in research on tobacco-related research. More information regarding this opportunity can be found below.






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Time: Anticipated ~10-20 hours/week. Mostly evening work, occasional daytime or weekend hours. (Training will be during the daytime.) Looking for someone who can join our team at least through end of Spring 2019, though longer is preferred.

Compensation: $10-12/hr, depending on experience

Additional Benefits to You: Research experience, independent study for course requirements, including opportunities for data analyses & writeup, good experience if you’re thinking of graduate school or medical school, experience in medical setting

Responsibilities include: Data collection and Interactions with Study Participants, assistance in recruitment of study participants, miscellaneous office work

Requirements: Junior or Senior Psychology Major or equivalent health-related major, GPA of 3.0 or above

Preferred Course prerequisites: Research Methods, Statistics

To Apply: Please send letter and resume/CV to BOTH Dr. Carpenter AND Amy Boatright, Program Coordinator at

If you have any questions, please contact Matthew Carpenter, PhD at or 843.876.2436.

Posted on September 6, 2018 in Internships & Jobs, Research

Paid Internship Opportunity with Local Software Company, BiblioLabs

BiblioLabs, the makers of BiblioBoard Library, is looking for a motivated part-time intern to join our editorial team. This role will involve working alongside leading literary organizations such as Library Journal and Publishers Weekly to leverage our writing and community engagement software. The primary responsibilities of this position will include vetting and managing literary submissions on our platform, with the possibility for growth within the company moving forward.

BiblioLabs is located downtown on the corner of Calhoun and Elizabeth Street. This position will allow for the ability to work remotely as well as in-office hours.

To apply please submit your resume and brief cover letter to Community Engagement Coordinator, Emily Gooding, at To learn more about BiblioLabs, please visit

Posted on September 4, 2018 in Internships & Jobs

Apply to Work in the Cougar Call Center

The Cougar Call Center has several positions available for CofC students for the 2018-19 academic year!

Why join the CCC team?
  • Starting wage is $9/hr
  • Flexible evening hours for a student schedule
  • Build marketable skills for future employment
  • Network with CofC alumni, families, and more
  • Make a difference at CofC

The Cougar Call Center employs students across diverse majors and backgrounds for personal outreach to alumni, families, and critical partners of the College. Cougar Callers work throughout the academic year and parts of the summer, securing unrestricted and scholarship funds and thanking alumni, parents, and more for their investment in the College. Are you looking for an on-campus job that helps you build critical skills, offers a fulfilling team environment and gives you an opportunity to make an impact on your school? If so, we want to chat with you!

Apply before September 17th at 8am on Handshake

Posted on September 3, 2018 in Clubs and Organizations, Internships & Jobs

Meet with Raymond James on Campus

The School of Business Investment Program is hosting financial services firm Raymond James on campus on Thursday, September 6th. Come to Wells Fargo Auditorium from 4-5pm to learn more about job opportunities at Raymond James.

CofC Honors alum Ariel Benton ’18 was recently hired by Raymond James and is a participant in their Accelerated Development Program. Ariel will be at this recruitment event along with other RJ colleagues. Learn more about Ariel here.

Posted on August 29, 2018 in Announcements & Events, Internships & Jobs

Video Production Student Work Opportunity

What: The Office of Marketing and Communications is looking for a Video Production Assistant who will work under the supervision of Video Marketing team, shoot video of events on campus, edit footage into a complete package, and assist other Video Marketing team members with video shoots as needed. All projects help to market the College to external audiences. The intern will also use appropriate video production methods on team and individual video shoots, and digitize and store video assets within the appropriate organizational structure. The successful candidate will leave this position with a demo reel showcasing their work in this particular role.

Who: The ideal candidate for this position must have prior knowledge of video production, video editing, multimedia, and graphics. He or she must also have experience with Mac computers. Experience in video production, Adobe Premier Pro, and Creative Cloud is a plus.

Apply: Apply using the College’s student job portal, Handshake. The posting can be found here.
Please contact with any questions.
Posted on August 21, 2018 in Internships & Jobs

Paid Internship Opportunity for CofC Honors Seniors

Knowledge Capital Group [KCG] seeks a dynamic, motivated, and detail-oriented student with a healthy desire to grow in a challenging, respectful, and diversified work environment.  Qualified candidates will be eager to gain experience by taking on tasks that support the full scope of firm operations. The Intern will interface with all members of the team and will report directly to Kingsley Mooney, Consultant.  This would be a great opportunity for a senior looking for experience at a consulting firm that works primarily with healthcare organizations, but also with other business management as well. KCG is conveniently located just blocks away from campus on the corner of King and Radcliffe streets.

This is a part-time, paid internship. See more details below, including responsibilities, qualifications, and compensation. Please submit résumés to

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Office Management Responsibilities:

  • Oversees general office management duties including monitoring and ordering supplies, local errand running and delivery activities
  • Helps manage communication with the landlord, acts as point-person for sub-tenants
  • Coordinates relationships with external vendors and suppliers

Administrative Responsibilities:

  • Supports staff through scanning, printing, and client deliverable production
  • Assists with client-related projects by editing and proof-reading presentations and written communication
  • Contributes to the firm’s social media strategy and maintains firm social media accounts
  • Oversees internal calendar management and event planning, including team quarterly retreats and outings
  • Addresses inbound queries via phone and in-person
  • Conducts industry research and analysis
  • Enters client and networking contact information into CRM database


  • Enrolled as a Senior in the College of Charleston Honors College
  • Pursuing a degree in Mathematics, Natural Sciences, or Business preferred
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office products; experience with MS Outlook a plus
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrated organization skills and strong problem-solving abilities
  • Graphic design and web development experience a plus
  • Ability to multi-task, prioritize, and work under deadlines/time constraints


  • $10.50/hour
  • Between 8-12 hours/week on average


Posted on August 20, 2018 in Internships & Jobs

Need to complete your Honors Immersed requirement? Serve as an Honors Engaged project liaison!

The Honors Engaged team is currently seeking project liaisons for two new partnerships: The Lonon Foundation and Yo Art!

The Honors Engaged project liaison position is offered as an internship which fulfills the Honors Immersed requirement. Honors Engaged liaisons serve as the primary point of contact between the HE project director, the freshmen placed with the assigned project, and the organizational leadership team. Liaisons are required to engage directly with their project weekly. In addition, liaisons meet as a team roughly every other week to discuss what’s been going on in the community, and also to dig a little deeper into the issues they are dealing with. The goals of the internship are to improve professional communication and leadership skills, as well as awareness of and confidence in general civic engagement.

To apply, email project director Robby Maynor at

Posted on August 13, 2018 in Community Engagement, Honors Leadership, Internships & Jobs

Math Lab Positions for Fall 2018

Are you interested in being a math tutor? There are positions open for math lab tutors for the Center for Student Learning for the Fall 2018 semester.

If interested, please fill out the application here.

Posted on July 10, 2018 in Internships & Jobs

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