Intern with She Tris, and organization whose mission is to create a welcoming and supportive triathlon environment for women and girls who want to complete a triathlon, regardless of their level of experience. The organization is currently seeking spring interns able to work 5-10 hours/week with the possibility to extend through the summer. A stipend will be offered.
Postings looking for Honors College interns or employees
The School of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs is offering for the first time ever the Public Service Internship Award. This award is intended to support interest in public service internships and is open to all majors. The awards will range between $3,000 – $5,000 and will be given to students who secure summer experiential learning opportunities in programs directly related to public, foreign or civil service. Application and eligibility requirements for the Summer 2020 award can be found here. All materials must be submitted by Wednesday, March 11, 2020.
The Lonon Foundation is a Charleston non-profit whose mission is to help children affected by their parent or caregiver’s cancer diagnosis find comfort, heal, and grow from their shared experiences.
The Foundation is currently looking for a creative, self-motivated and dependable Social Media Intern that will be responsible for regularly updating our various social media outlets. In addition, this intern will be responsible for creating and implementing social media campaigns for certain fundraisers and events.
This role would be mainly remote and require approximately 4 hours each week. The intern chosen for this role is eligible to receive a $500 stipend for the semester. If you are interested in this opportunity, please reach out to Anna Lonon (email@example.com) or Asia Pitts (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Do you have a passion for literacy, education, and/or working with elementary school children? Consider Reading Partners as a post-graduation option. Reading Partners is a proven program that really works. As students gain proficiency in reading, they gain confidence and self esteem. Only 1 in 4 students in the Charleston area elementary schools are proficient readers. Reading Partners is trying to help. Its success relies heavily on its AmeriCorp workforce and the recruitment of 900+ volunteers to come into the schools and work one-on-one with the students.
The Career Center’s annual Spring Career and Internship Fair is being held Thursday, February 13 from 1:00-4:00pm in TD Arena. This is an excellent opportunity for students to meet with company representatives who are interested in hiring interns, as well as part-time and full-time employees. View company and organization details on Handshake.
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Agapi Behavioral Consultants is looking for individuals who love to work with children, and love to make a difference in a child’s life each time they come to work. Agapi Behavioral Consultants offers one to one applied behavior analysis (ABA) to children ages 0-21 who are on the Autism Spectrum. Sub-contractors will work with a team comprised of a consultant, a lead therapist, line therapists, and a certified trainer to ensure the child’s success throughout their programs.
Part time: 15/20 hours per week.
Requirements: 18 years of age, high school diploma, valid drivers license, reliable vehicle, proof of car insurance, clear background check.
Starting pay: $12.00/hour with increase with experience and training (training is paid at a reduced rate). The job requires working with children in their own homes and/or transporting the children. The position also starts as a 10-99 independent contracting position but changes to W-2 employee once RBT (Registered Behavior Technician) Certification is obtained. Training and supervision will be provided.
Please contact Megan Trejo, Hiring Manager for Agapi, at email@example.com for more info or to apply.
Dr. Claudia Grillo is seeking two undergraduate students from the College of Charleston to work on a research project this summer aimed at understanding the neuroanatomical pathways governing feeding behavior in rats. The students will be trained in stereotaxic surgery, feeding behavior testing, immunohistochemical techniques, and optogenetics. In addition, they will have the opportunity to attend a Microscopy Workshop, visit a state-of-the-art facility for MRI, and present their research findings at the Society for Neuroscience meeting in Washington, DC.
This 9-week summer program is supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF, IOS – 1656626). The internship will be from May 26 through July 31. Housing will be covered and students will receive a $ 4,000 stipend for the 9-week program. Students interested in pursuing a career in neuroscience, and underrepresented minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. Please send a resume, unofficial transcript, and a short description of your career goals to Dr. Meyer-Bernstein at firstname.lastname@example.org. The application deadline is March 1, 2020.