Post-Grad Project Coordinator/Analyst Job at Knowledge Capital Group

Knowledge Capital Group is looking to hire a graduating senior for a full-time, entry level position of Project Coordinator/Analyst!

The Position: Knowledge Capital Group is seeking a dynamic, motivated, and detail-oriented individual with a healthy desire to grow in a challenging, respectful, and diversified work environment. Qualified candidates will be early in their careers and eager to gain experience by taking on tasks that support the full scope of firm operations. Being a Project Coordinator/Analyst at KCG is a platform to build a successful and prosperous career.

Great Fit For: Graduating seniors majoring in Communications, Marketing, Business Administration, English, or something similar.

Qualifications: To be considered, you should possess a 3.5+ GPA, have excellent written and verbal communication skills, be authorized to work in the US, and more. Click the application link below for a full list of qualifications.

To ApplyClick this link to apply for the position.

For more information about the position, click the application link. For more information about Knowledge Capital Group, click here.

Chemonics Has Summer Internship Positions Available!

Chemonics is looking to hire summer interns for positions involving business conduct, new business, technology, and agriculture & food security!

Opportunities Available: There are currently four internships hiring. The positions offered are:

Great Fit For: Lots of areas! Each internship fits a different niche, although international studies, political science, public admin, and science-related majors may be especially interested.

  • Honors Connection: An Honors alums works here! If you’re interested in this internship, contact plasmatinc@cofc.edu and we’ll put you in touch for an inside connection.

To Apply: Either go to the individual internships listed above or go to this link to find their open positions and then select “Intern” in the job level category. Each internship is being handled differently, but expect new opportunities to be posted and for current ones to close on a rolling basis throughout mid-April.

Click this link to learn about Chemonics, or go here for more information about their internship program.

Apply for a Summer Internship with the Women’s Foreign Policy Group

The Women’s Foreign Policy Group (WFPG) is seeking both a program planning intern and a communications intern for this summer!

About WFPG: The Women’s Foreign Policy Group empowers and advances women’s leadership in international affairs through cutting-edge global policy programs featuring prominent women leaders, robust mentoring programs, and premier networking with high-level foreign policy practitioners. Founded over 29 years ago, WFPG expands the foreign policy dialogue across political divides and generations and supports women leaders at every stage of their careers.

Programs Internship: WFPG is looking for responsible and motivated interns to focus on planning and outreach for programs with international affairs officials and experts. In addition to assisting with their programs, interns also research foreign policy topics before events, publish articles on events, and assist with membership outreach.

Communications Internship: WFPG is looking for specialized interns to focus on raising WFPG’s visibility and maintaining its digital presence. The communications intern works closely with the Program Manager and Executive Director on the WFPG’s website, social media, monthly digital newsletter, and print materials, as well as collaborating with programs interns on programming and event research.

To Apply: Go to this link to apply for either internship. Applications have a hard deadline of April 5th, but they will be accepted on a rolling basis with a cap of 120 applicants, so act fast!

Details and full job descriptions can be found here. Both opportunities are in-person in Washington, DC.

Paid Summer Opportunity: Summer sitter for 10 and 7 year-old boys

Looking for a summer gig? An MUSC physician is seeking a summer sitter to provide in-home childcare in West Ashley and transportation to summer camps for 10 and 7 year-old boys (2).

  • The hours would be 8:15 to 5:30 pm Monday through Friday. Salary is $500/week.

Benefits: Developing skills related to child development and education.

Great Fit For: Early childhood education and development.

Interested? Contact Dr. Gweneth Lazenby (843-819-0889) for more info.

Reading Partners has an AmeriCorps service opportunity

Reading Partners SC, a national nonprofit that provides students with reading support, has a year-long AmeriCorps service opportunity in Charleston.

The opportunity: Collaborate with a network of partners to recruit and coach volunteers, support students during and outside of tutoring sessions, work on capacity-building projects, and so much more.

The benefits:

  • Serve your community as part of a dynamic team.
  • Grow your leadership skills.
  • Supported by a living stipend, benefits, education award, and training opportunities.

How to apply: The application can be found on Reading Partners’ website.

Apply to Be a Servant Leader Intern at Metanoia Freedom School!

Metanoia Freedom School is looking for students to serve as paid interns helping kids learn over the summer and promote community development in North Charleston!

Metanoia Freedom School: The Freedom School is a six-week long, high-energy summer camp-type environment that teaches students the love of reading and how they can make a difference in themselves, their families, their communities, their country, and their world. It is free, giving hard-working parents a safe and enriching child care option during the majority of the summer.

The Opportunity: Servant leader interns will deliver Reading Curriculum to a small class of no more than 10 students for six weeks during the summer. They will fuel and empower young minds with leadership, literacy, and the power of social change, social action, and social justice. Their mission is to awaken and nurture the potential in scholars aged 5 to 14.

More Details: This is a full-time, paid job lasting from May 22nd to July 26th, starting at $17.50/hr. For a full job description, qualifications needed, and to apply, go to this link.

Go here for more information about Metanoia Freedom School. To learn more about the job, click the link above.

Apply to the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium’s Community Engaged Internship Program!

The S.C. Sea Grant Consortium is now accepting applications for their Community Engaged Internship (CEI) Program for Summer 2024!

Details: This is a PAID summer internship program for undergraduate students. CEIs are designed to provide opportunities for undergraduate students from underserved communities to conduct summer community-based projects that focus on community environmental and resilience needs.

CEI Projects for Summer 2024 Include:

To Apply: Information to apply can be found here. Applications are due Monday, March 18th.

For more information, reach out to the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium staff members listed at the links above that correspond to the project you are interested in.

Deadline approaching to apply for a funded summer internship through the PASS Program

Apply by Feb. 23 to be considered for the PASS (Pipeline for Aspiring Surgical Students) Program which provides summer internships with the MUSC Department of Surgery.

The Opportunity: The PASS Program provides up to three Honors interns with an immersive 10-week summer experience focused on laboratory and clinical research and designed to prepare students for a career in academic medicine, all under the mentorship of Department of Surgery faculty.

Great Fit For: Aspiring surgeons / Future medical scientists / those thinking about pursuing an MD/PhD or MD/MS and looking to bolster their application credentials

Get Funded: Students accepted into the PASS Program also participate in the Honors Summer Enrichment Program, which includes funding of up to $4000 to support their PASS internship.

How to Apply: Learn more about the P.A.S.S. Program then submit your application online by Friday, February 23 at 5:00 p.m. EST.