Internships

Internship Opportunities: Fall 2017

 

Life in the world beyond the campus provides students with invaluable experiences that complement their programs of study.  The experiential learning requirement may be fulfilled through an internship experience (minimum of 3 course credits and 120 hours of internship experience; detail below). All Wilkes Honors College students –including international and transfer students – are required to participate in an experiential learning program. All internships must be approved prior to registering for an internship course.


Please take the time to review the HC internship guidelines before applying to an internship by clicking the button below. You may not receive credit for internships started without completing and submitting the proper paperwork.



View below for current internship opportunities:


Fifteenth Judicial Circuit in West Palm Beach

Date posted: October 6, 2017

Intern opportunity available with Court Administration located at the West Palm Beach Courthouse (205 North Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach, FL 33401).  For more information please contact Amy Borman, General Counsel, 205 North Dixie Highway, 5th Floor, West Palm Beach, Florida 33401 (561) 355-1927 or ABorman@pbcgov.org

 

  • Transportation required
  • Free parking ($10 deposit for parking card required)
  • 10-15 hours per week (set schedule preferable) - unpaid
  • Assist with case management in civil or criminal divisions
  • Prepare orders and documents as required by the supervisor or judge
  • Attend court (business attire required)
  • Pre law major preferred
  • Excellent writing skills
  • Ability to work in fast paced environment
  • Background check is required

 

 

 

Should you need additional information, please email Amy Borman.

 

Amy S. Borman

General Counsel

15th Judicial Circuit

205 North Dixie Highway - 5th Floor

West Palm Beach, Florida 33401

(561) 355-1927 (direct line)

aborman@pbcgov.org

 

MyClinic

Date Posted: October 5, 2017

Social Media Intern (part time, unpaid)

MyClinic is a not-for- profit free clinic that provides quality medical, dental, behavioral healthcare and outreach specialty care to uninsured residents of northern Palm Beach County that have limited financial resources. MyClinic is looking for a Social Media Intern to join our growing team. The ideal applicant will possess strong knowledge of the digital media landscape, including various social media sites. The intern will be responsible for contributing to the development of MyClinic’s online community. Under the supervision of the Business Manager, the intern will maintain MyClinic’s presence on various social media platforms and help create and publish content that is relevant to our customer base. The intern will regularly analyze and report on the activity on social media networks. The intern will learn how to reach communities, promote programs, events and local businesses through the internet and gain experience in social media platforms and tools used to assess their performance.
RESPOSIBILITIES

  • Updates and maintains current information on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn and YouTube accounts.
  • Create engaging social media content.
  • Monitor analytics to identify viable ideas.
  • Update social media accounts with current and relevant photos, video or other content from MyClinic activities and events.
  • Grow MyClinic’s online social networks by increasing user base and interactions.
  • Completes other social media projects as assigned.
  • Responds to posts or comments to bring value to user’s interactions with MyClinic.
  • Under the supervision of the Business Manager, reviews data on the performance of social media platforms and adjusts plans or strategies to optimize reach.
  • Regularly observes the online activity of model organizations researches and reports on “social media best practices”.
  • Uploads MyClinic photos and videos to the appropriate server/account.
  • Organizes digital images according to purpose and designated program categories.
  • Completes other digital media projects as assigned.

 

REQUIREMENTS

  • Creative self-starter who is comfortable with both taking initiative and working in collaboration.
  • Detail oriented with strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Familiarity and facility with mainstream social media platforms.
  • A background in marketing, business, communications is preferred.
  • Available to work 5-6 hours per week.
  • During the academic year (September – May) this internship is open to currently enrolled college students at Florida Atlantic University only. College credit may be arranged.

This is a part-time unpaid internship. A computer station is available to use for completing internship projects and tasks.

Candidates should maintain a positive attitude under pressure, exhibit a strong work ethic, and enjoy working with a wide range of personalities. This internship will benefit someone who is interested in marketing, community relations, business and communications.

 

TO APPLY
Please send your resume and cover letter to Carlos Poveda at cpoveda@myclinicjupiter.org

 

Women's Foundation of Florida

Date Posted: August 15, 2017

Internship Opportunity

The Women’s Foundation of Florida empowers women and girls and invests in their leadership. Our programs build skills and leverage the community’s collective power to change the way the world works. The Women’s Foundation is seeking two interns to help us build women and girls leadership in Palm Beach County.

Interns will learn about the women’s philanthropy and social change movement and help plan and market local programs. From supporting our monthly professional development events to collaborating with leaders in the STEM field and organizing programs to train women how to run for elected office and so much more… interns will gain invaluable event planning, community organizing, graphic design, marketing and leadership skills.

Interns must commit to approximately 10-15 hours per week during the semester and will work with Women’s Foundation team members in the West Palm Beach Office on Monday and Wednesday each week. They will be assigned unique projects, receive training and countless opportunities to meet leaders across the county as they participate in our programs. A work plan will be designed for each intern that meets his
or her interest and skills set.

Public Relations & Marketing Internship

  • Writing newsletter articles, fact sheets and media materials
  • Developing email marketing and social media campaigns
  • Creating videos to promote women and girls leadership
  • Updating the website and social media properties
  • Supporting marketing and logistical support for Women Opening Doors for Women
    program and Professional Development series
  • Other projects as assigned

Community Outreach and Programs Internship

  • Coordinating outreach for our Girls Leadership Institute, Women on the Run program activities and supporting our grant making Giving Circle program
  • Organizing grant applications and evaluations
  • Supporting Girls Leadership Institute workshop development and outreach to schools and youth groups
  • Drafting marketing materials for grants and leadership programs
  • Other projects as assigned

Undergraduate and graduate students interested in program planning, communications/marketing and social media along with a passion for women’s issues and a desire to learn more about this field are encouraged to apply. Internships are unpaid but will include a travel stipend. We can also work with your university on internship course credit if applicable.

To apply please email resume and cover letter expressing your interest in the internship to takeata@womensfoundationfl.org. Please indicate the name of the internship position you are applying for in the subject line of your email.

Volunteers Assist in Arraignment Process with Florida Attorney General

Date Posted: August 1, 2017

 

"What the job would entail is that at arraignment in courtroom# 1 we will assist the prosecutor (Pam Ford) with the filling out of whatever form is handed out to us to complete by writing down the defendant’s name, case number and date.

 

The following forms could be :

 

1)      NO FILE FORM

2)      PLEA SHEET

3)      ENGLISH RIGHT SHEET   OR  SPANISH RIGHT SHEET

4)      REGULAR NOLLE PROSSE FORM

5)      DIVERSION CONTRACT  COMPLETION/NOLLE PROSSE FORM

6)      REGULAR PRE-TRIAL INTERVENTION/DIVERSION CONTRACT

7)      DUI PRE-TRIAL DIVERSION CONTRACT

8)      DUS PTI STIPULATION CONTRACT OR

9)      DUS NOLLE PROSSE FORM

10)   DUS PASS & PLEA FORM

 

 

For more questions, contact Damaris Torres.

Damaris Torres

Legal Assistant

North Co. Office Of The State Attorney

Dtorres@sa15.org

(561) 624-6546

 

 Arraignment Process

Directions

Tips for Completing Application

Volunteer Information

Personal Inquiry Waiver

Application

The Carl Asch Scholarship Program in the Arava

Date Posted: July 26, 2017

 

Call for applications- Research scholarships in the fields of:
1- Drug discovery using models for neurodegenerative diseases in Zebrafish and worms (c. elegans)
2- A high-throughput screening (HTS) system of zebrafish for the evaluation of potential ALS therapeutics

 

Research team led by: Niva Russek-Blum, PhD. and Rivki Ofir, PhD.

 

Jewish National Fund in collaboration with the Carl Asch Fund and the Central Arava Regional Council is pleased to invite academia students to apply for the Carl Asch Scholarship Program. The scholarship will include a 6 months research program in Central Arava at the Arava R&D Center focusing on models for neurodegenerative diseases.

 

The scholarship includes:
 A 6 months joint research with a senior Arava R&D researcher.
 Both scholarships will conclude in a joint research project towards a professional publication of the research.

 

Criteria:

Candidates must have a relevant academic background:
BA/BSc, MA/MSc, PhD in the fields of: Biology, Chemistry, Biotechnology or Medical Science.

 

Applications can be submitted in English or Hebrew and must include:
 Current CV including former publications and articles (if available)
 Grade records and report cards
 Contacts of referees for recommendations

 

Applications should be submitted in .DOC /.PDF file format via e-mail and printed copy to:
Dr. Niva Russek-Blum
niva@adssc.org

 

Easter Seals

Date Posted: March 1, 2017

 

Easter Seals, Florida, Child Development Center in West Palm Beach specializes in providing high quality care for children from birth to 5 years of age who have a diagnosed disability.  We are seeking undergraduate students to gain valuable hands-on experience in a variety of early childhood enrichment related unpaid internships as well as marketing.  Our center hours are 7:30 – 5:30 M-F; we can be flexible on days/times within that timeframe as well as the number of hours that are required for students to receive credit if required.  Also dependent upon the type of internship that they are interested in pursuing with us (ex. enrichment program or marketing) number of hours could vary from 2-10/week.Examples of hands-on early childhood enrichment include but are not limited to:

  • Music
  • Yoga
  • Art
  • Sign language
  • Drama
  • Marketing/public relations

 

Requirements:

  • Must be able to pass a Level 2 Background screening (student responsible for fee which is approx. $60.50)
  • Must be willing to complete Easter Seals Volunteer Training program
  • Submit resume and cover letter identifying your area of interest
  • Interview

For more information please contact Stephanie Wallace, Assistant VP of Programs.

 

 

 

The Summer Food Service Program

Date Posted: February 22, 2017

 

The Summer Food Service Program provides meals to areas all around Palm Beach County from Jupiter to Boca and all the way out to the Glades, including but not limited to churches, daycares, recreation centers and more. Sites are required to be within 5 miles of a school that is at least 50% free or reduced lunch. The Summer Food Program affords us the ability to nourish Palm Beach County children and to employ college students during the summer to gain knowledge and experience through professional employment. Dates of employment are tentatively May 15th, 2017 to August 18th, 2017, with later start and earlier end dates permitted, as appropriate. The students are required to monitor different Summer Food sites which will include completing site visits, reviews and weekly paperwork. Students will be required to have a valid driver's license, a safe driving record and a mode of transportation. The pay is $10 an hour and it is a Monday through Friday 8am-5pm (1 hour lunch), 40 hours per week job. We are looking for students to join our team and help us continue to help students grow into professionals. For more information, click here. For other questions, contact Gus Wessel.

 

Heart Care Imaging

Date Posted: February 22, 2017

 

Our company, Heart Care Imaging is rapidly growing. We provide diagnostic imaging services to university based-hospitals as well as hospitals in the rural area of the U.S. We have had success with interns helping us during the summer months but we are looking for someone now. We are looking for business admin/marketing students in their 1st or 2nd year to work between 15-20 paid hours. To apply, you'll need a cover letter and resume with an expected interview to be considered for the position. For more information and where you should send your application, please see below:

 

Jackie Algood

Heart Care Imaging, Inc.

760 North U.S. Hwy 1

Tequesta, FL 33469

561-746-6125

 

 

National Park Service - Latino Heritage Internship Program (LHIP)

Date Posted: February 2, 2017

 

Hispanic  Access is thrilled to announce the continuation of our National Park Service - Latino Heritage Internship Program (LHIP) for the summer of 2017.  

We would like to ask for your help to recruit talented students who would like to work in one of our 18 paid internship positions in NPS' parks and historic sites across the United States - including two positions in Everglades National Park:

Historic American Buildings Survey - Washington, DC: https://hispanicaccess.org/historic-american-building-survey-washington-dc

Southeast Regional Office - Atlanta, GA: https://hispanicaccess.org/southeast-regional-office-atlanta-ga

Southeast Regional Office (Direct hiring authority) - Atlanta, GA: https://hispanicaccess.org/southeast-regional-office-atlanta-ga-0

The deadline is coming soon (February 6th), but our application form is very simple and easy to complete.  For more information regarding our internship program, projects, benefits, and time-frame please read our promotional flyer below, or visit our website: hispanicaccess.org/lhip  

 

 

Internship with Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at FAU

Date Posted: January 20, 2017

 

Dr. Ilyas Yildirim is a new faculty in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at FAU (Jupiter Campus). He is looking for sophomores and juniors who are passionate about doing theoretical and computational research in biologically important systems (such as Huntington's Disease, Myotonic Dystrophy, Fragile X-Syndrome). He received his Ph.D. in Physics from University of Rochester, and worked as a postdoc with Prof. George Schatz at Northwestern University, and Prof.s David Wales and Daan Frenkel at University of Cambridge before coming to FAU. He is trying to develop computational methods and models to study nucleic acids (DNA/RNA).

Depending on the project, the prospective student will work closely with one of the following collaborators:

 

i)   Prof. Matthew Disney at Scripps FL

ii)  Prof. David Wales at University of Cambridge

iii) Prof. Serdal Kirmizialtin NYU-Abu Dhabi).

 

For more information about his research please visit https://ilyasyildirim.wordpress.com.

 

Some of his projects are described below:

 

1) Drug design targeting RNA molecules: Application of computational chemistry to study RNA-drug interaction.

2) Study of microRNA structures: Can we learn and make useful predictions important in cancer research?

3) Development of a computational method to predict 3D RNA structures from

sequence: An Atomistic approach.

4) Properties of nucleosome structures: Effect of single-point mutations to structure and stability.

 

Dr. Yildirim is particularly interested in students who are passionate about science and plan to go to a graduate school after graduation. The knowledge the students will gain in his research will be easily translated to medical research, biophysics, biochemistry, structural biology, and finance (coding skills). Depending on the funding, the skill of the student, and the research project, Dr. Yildirim plans on sending the student to the Wales Group at University of Cambridge for a period of time so that they can get acquinted with the Discrete Path Sampling approach, a powerful method to scan the energy landscape of biomolecular system.

 

Requirements:

- Strong communication skills (both written and oral) is a must.

- Expected to start as soon as possible, and work at least one academic year.

- Coding skills (perl/python/fortran/c) and scripting in linux is a plus.

- Familiarity with AMBER Molecular Dynamics Package and at least one Quantum Mechanical software (Gaussian, GAMESS) is a plus.

 

Expectation:

- The student is expected to work a minimum of 15 hrs/week.

- During the research period, it is expected that he and the student will write at least one research article, which will be submitted to a peer reviewed journal (such as in JPC B, JCTC, Biochemistry, NAR).

 

Application Materials:

- To be considered for this internship, please email Dr. Ilyas Yildirim at iyildirim@fau.edu with the following:

 

   i)   note your academic standing

   ii)  science courses accomplished

   iii) basis for interest in the Yildirim Lab

   iV)  an up-to-date resume

 

For more information, please visit Dr. Yildirim's website at https://ilyasyildirim.wordpress.com.

 

Contact Details:

 

Ilyas Yildirim, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry

Florida Atlantic University

5353 Parkside Drive, Building MC17, Jupiter, FL 33458

 

Professional Scientific Collaborator

Department of Chemistry

Scripps Research Institute, Jupiter, FL 33458

 

Phone: +1(561)799-8325

E-mail: iyildirim@fau.edu

 

Paid Internship in the Library

Date Posted: January 19, 2017

 

Internship opening for Library Technology Support

  • 3rd or 4th year undergraduate student
  • Mondays-Wednesdays, 3:00pm – 7:00pm (with possible additional hours). Duration: Spring 2017 term
  • Apply with resume to Library Director or through the Owl Career link, https://www.fau.edu/career/students/intern.php
  • An interview is required
  • Contact Ethan Allen at eallen@fau.edu

 

The Washington Center

Date Posted: January 17, 2017

 

The Washington Center in Washington, D.C. is currently accepting applications for their summer internship program. Each week, students will work Monday through Thursday at an internship site that is tailored to their interests, skills and professional goals. One night each week (between Monday and Thursday), students will take an evening course. These courses range across an array of disciplines, and students will choose the option that’s best for them. On Fridays, students will participate in small groups and professional tracks, along with periodic large-group activities like a speaker series, civic engagement and more. The preferred application deadline is 2/15/17 and the regular deadline is 3/15/17. Further information about the deadlines can be found here. If you're interested in applying or would like more information, please contact Mitchell Roshel with the College of Arts and Letters.

 

El Sol

Date Posted: January 11, 2017

 

El Sol’s Legal Services Department has a potential internship for HC students. Combination of clerical work and research on a variety of possible topics such as the issue of driver's licenses for undocumented immigrants, comparing state laws regarding whether undocumented immigrants can get driver's licenses and how these laws got passed; compilations of statistics in Jupiter and Palm Beach County on number of tickets issued for driving without a license and sentences, fines paid, ethnic identities of those ticketed for driving without a license, etc.  


Contact:

Jill Hanson

Law Office of Mary Jill Hanson

301 Ocean Bluffs Blvd - #306

Jupiter, FL 33477

561-373-6712

jillocean@bellsouth.net

 

Summer REU Program in Marine Science

Date Posted: December 9, 2016

 

Applications are now being accepted for the Summer REU Program in Marine Science at the University of Delaware, an NSF-Funded Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program. 

Interns will work with faculty in a research-intensive setting on a research topic in chemical, physical, or biological oceanography, marine biology or marine geology. In addition to hands-on research experience, student support includes a $5,600 stipend, campus housing, and travel assistance. 

Supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation's Division of Ocean Sciences, this REU program supports ten undergraduate students to conduct research in marine science.  The program will take place at the University of Delaware's Hugh R. Sharp campus in the resort community of Lewes, located on the shores of the Delaware Bay and Atlantic Ocean near Cape Henlopen State Park.

 

More information and the application can be found on our website. You may also be interested to hear directly from former interns, or see one of our field trips from last summer.

 

For more information, please contact:

 

Joanna York

Director, UD REU program in Marine Science

jyork@udel.edu

302-831-7040

 

Coastal Risk Consulting

Date Posted: November 17, 2016

 

Coastal Risk Consulting is looking to hire an unpaid intern for the spring semester. If you're interested, click this link for more information on how to apply.

 

Mind and Melody Internship

Date Posted: November 7, 2016

 

Mind and Melody is looking for a marketing intern who will be responsible for assisting the organization in the development and implementation of its marketing and business development plans. This will be accomplished through developing, maintaining, and expanding marketing channels to the professional community, healthcare professionals, senior industry, and the public at large. The intern will be responsible for identifying, defining, and developing funding sources to support existing and planned program activities as well as coordinating the development, writing, and submission of grant proposals to third-party entities.

 

For more information and how to apply, click here.

 

 

MM

 

 

 

DC Internships

Date Posted: October 11, 2016

 

DC Internships is now accepting applications for the Summer 2017 Institute on Political and Economic Systems in Washington, DC. The program includes:

• Undergraduate academic credit from George Mason University
• Internship placement with an organization in the Washington, DC Metro Area
• Fully furnished on-campus housing in the heart of Washington, DC

 

For more information on how to apply, click here.

 

Lighthouse Art Center

Date Posted: September 30, 2016

 

The Tequesta Lighthouse Art Center is looking for art students in their third or fourth year to intern with them. The internship would be onsite at the Lighthouse Art Center Gallery and School of Art in Tequesta with occasional off-site events. The hours would be flexible but interns are expected mainly between 10 AM - 5 PM on Monday - Friday. A welcome letter, resume, and related work experience are expected to apply along with an interview. These are rolling applications and they will be looking for interns between now and May.

In order to apply, please contact Cynthia Tyrone, Director of Education at the Lighthouse Art Center at (561) 748-8737. 

 

Marine Resources Council

Date Posted: September 15, 2016
The Marine Resources Council is seeking a wide range of undergraduate students to gain valuable hands-on experience in various environmental related internships . Please see below for the types of internships they are seeking to fill this Fall semester!

Types of Internships:
  • Non-profit management
  • Event Coordinating/Management
  • Aquarium
  • Lagoon Watch (Water Quality Monitoring)
  • Habitat Restoration
  • Environmental Education
  • Communications
  • Sustainability (Indian River Lagoon Green Business Program)
Requirements:
  • Must work 100 hours during the semester
  • Must have their own reliable mode of transportation to and from Lagoon House
  • Further responsibilities pertaining to each internship offered can be found here.
  • Have a cover letter and resume prepared for application
Application Materials:
  • Interested applicants are to asked to submit a cover letter and resume to Ms. Maria Lombardo (Education Coordinator) at Maria@mrcirl.org

 

Marco Rubio Campaign for U.S. Senate

Date Posted: September 12, 2016
The campaign office for Marco Rubio is seeking student interns in the Northern Palm Beaches and the Treasure Coast. They are interested in students with wide range of backgrounds (majoring in any of the following: political science, economics, international relations, communication, history, or liberal arts and science). The campaign team will be working on direct voter contact, social media, political events and political coalitions.
Requirements:
  • Be able to start immediately and internship will end November 8, 2016
Application Materials:

To be considered for this internship, please contact Mr. Martin J. Sweet at msweet@rpof.org.


Brain Institute of FAU

Date Posted: September 9, 2016
Dr. Randy Blakely is looking for undergraduate sophmores and juniors who are interested in conducting neuroscience research; especially in the fields of neurogenetics, pharmacology and animal behavior.
Requirements:
  • Hours to be worked 12-20 hours/week (flexible times, with blocks of at least 3 hours at a time)
  • Strong communication skills (both written and oral)
  • Expected to start as soon as possible and tenure through the end of the academic year (summer paid internship is possible)
Application Materials:
  • To be considered for this internship, please email Dr. Randy Blakely (Director of The Brain Institute, ) at rblakely@fau.edu with the following:
    • note your academic standing
    • science courses accomplished
    • basis for interest in the Blakely Lab
  • For more information, please visit their website: www.blakelylab.org

 

Patrick Murphy Campaign for U.S. Senate

Date Posted: September 9, 2016
The campaign office for Patrick Murphy is looking for college students interns. They are interested in students with wide range of backgrounds (majoring in any of the following: political science, economics, international relations, communication, history, or liberal arts and science).
Requirements:
  • Work a minimum of 10 hours a week in their Palm Beach Gardens office (preferably 20-25 hours a week)
  • Strong communication skills (both written and oral)
  • Individuals should be organized, and be able to work with minimal supervision
  • Be able to start immediately and internship will end November 11, 2016
Application Materials:

 

South Florida Science Center and Aquarium:  AQUARIUM INTERNSHIP

Date Posted: August 18, 2016
South Florida Science Center and Aquarium's Aquarium department is offering an internship to gain valuable hands-on experience and explore aquarium-related careers. Based on the internship candidate's experience and education, the Aquarium has opportunities in the following areas: interactive demonstration with guests, exhibit maintenance, water testing, and animal husbandry.

Eligibility Criteria:
  • Must have completed at least 30 college credits (college sophomore).
  • Seeking a degree in science or education field.
  • Any experience working with aquariums, animals, education or working in a laboratory setting is preferred.
  • Experience working with children is preferred.
  • Must pass background check administered by Science Center.
Requirements:
  • Weekend availability
  • Strong communication skills (both written and oral)
  • Comfortable speaking in front of large groups
  • Strong working knowledge of science content in the following fields: marine science, environmental science, biology, chemistry and ecology
  • Individuals should be organized, and be able to work with minimal supervision
  • TIME COMMITMENT: 1-2 semesters
  • HOURS: 12-24 hours per week
Application Materials:
  • To be considered for this internship, please contact Ms. Carla Duhaney (Director of Education) at Cduhaney@sfsciencecenter.org
  • For more information, please visit their website: sfsciencecenter.org

South Florida Science Center and Aquarium:  EDUCATION INTERNSHIP

Date Posted: August 18, 2016
South Florida Science Center and Aquarium's education department is looking for a volunteer intern to gain valuable hands-on experience and explore science education careers. Based on the internship candidate's experience and education, the intern will assist in the following areas: school science classes, summer camp programs, planetarium programs, special science events and Education Department office work. This is an unpaid-volunteer part-time position.

Eligibility Criteria:
  • Must have completed at least 30 college credits (college sophomore).
  • Seeking a degree in science or education field.
  • Any experience working with children is preferred.
  • Must pass background check administered by Science Center.
Requirements:
  • Weekend availability
  • Strong communication skills (both written and oral)
  • Comfortable speaking in front of large groups
  • Strong working knowledge of science content in the following fields: marine science, environmental science, biology, chemistry and ecology
  • Individuals should be organized, and be able to work with minimal supervision
  • TIME COMMITMENT: 1-2 semesters
  • HOURS: 12-24 hours per week
Application Materials:
  • To be considered for this internship, please contact Ms. Carla Duhaney (Director of Education) at Cduhaney@sfsciencecenter.org
  • For more information, please visit their website: sfsciencecenter.org

 


Mathnasium of Palm Beach Gardens-Jupiter

Date Posted: August 18, 2016

Mathnasium, The Math Only Learning Center is located in Palm Beach Gardens, in NORTHERN PALM BEACH COUNTY.   Every day, students around the world attend Mathnasium learning centers to boost their math skills. We are highly specialized, teaching only math, using our curriculum developed over the past 10 years.

 

You will be instructing students in elementary, middle and high school mathusing our time-tested method of "Making Math Make Sense.”  You should have a minimum of a high school diploma, and current local college students are encouraged to apply.  Graduate school candidates who are applying to universities for the 2017-18 year are also ideal candidates. Enthusiastic math teachers looking for after school work are also ideal candidates. We are looking for bright, energetic, upbeat young professionals who are excited for this opportunity to change the way students view math

 

POSITIONS WILL BE OPEN FOR THE 2016-17 SCHOOL YEAR STARTING IN AUGUST 2016.


Eligibility Criteria:
  • Enthusiasm and passion for teaching or working with children is must.
  • This is a part-time position of between 16-19 hours per week “after school.”
  • Hours of operation are 3:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 3:00 until 6 p.m. on Fridays.
  • There is a mandatory Math Literacy Test which contains math problems up through  Algebra II and Geometry, Pre-Calculus and Trigonometry, and Calculus
  • This particular position requires extensive knowledge of Algebra I and II and Geometry.
  • Pre Calculus, Trig, and Calc is a plus if you have it.
  • No teaching experience necessary- we will train.
  • MUST COMMIT TO THE 2016-17 SCHOOL YEAR
Application Materials:
  • To be considered for an internship, please email (palmbeachgardens@mathnasium.com) resume and cover letter containing:
    • your available hours,
    • reason for wanting a part time job such as this,
    • a phone number and times to reach you.
    • Also make sure to include your math qualifications


Pediatric Oncology Support Team (POST): EVENT (5K for non-profit) INTERNSHIP

Date Posted: August 18, 2016
Pediatric Oncology Support Team (POST) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit in Palm Beach County.   We provide counseling and support (including financial support) to local children with cancer and their families.  We are in the hospitals with the children helping them cope with the procedures they must endure.  We are also with the parents as they  try to make the 1,001 decisions that have to be made while their child is in treatment. 

We are having a family oriented 5k run/walk in Jupiter on October 1st.  It is a timed run on a certified course.  The run/walk starts outside Roger Dean Stadium, goes through Abacoa and the finish line is Home Plate inside the stadium.  Superheros will line the course.  After the 5k there will be kids activities in the Kidz Zone. 

We are looking for one or more interns willing to help doing things such as taking posters to stores  to hang in their windows, taking the cards to stores, helping me with emails for those who register, helping me spread the word through social media, distributing literature about the run to the neighbors along the course route, etc.  The intern could also be of great help on the day of the event. We are located on the campus of St Mary's Hospital.  Some of the work would take place here, but much of the work would be in the Jupiter area, and the social media part could be done at the intern's home.

 


Eligibility Criteria:
  • Be able to work max of 10 hours/week.
Application Materials:
  • To be considered for an internship, please contact Ms. Barbara Scarlata, bscarlata@postfl.org 
  • You will be requested to be interviewed prior to bringing the person on board

 


 

 

 


 

 

 




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a minimum of five (5) working days in advance of the date of the event.

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