CDC Intern Picks: Guggenheim & Project Vote Smart

It’s time again for our CDC Intern Picks. This weeks peer picks is all about internships with nonprofits and within areas of government.

  1. 10-11peerpickInternship, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, NYC – Apply by January 30, 2017
  2. Internship, Project Vote Smart, Philipsburg, Montana

Our first pick is a great opportunity to learn what it is like working in museums and other arts related fields. This internship is offered to Junior and Senior college students looking to offer practical museum training. This is a full time internship that takes place during the summer months and require a commitment of 3 months. Interns will have the ability to see the work of multiple different departments within the Guggenheim and focus in on and learn the specifics of a particular one. Interns will be paired up with a specific department based on background, academic experience, and career goals. View all the specific departments with internships by going to www.guggenheim.org/internships. Interns participate in the ongoing work of the department and complete specific projects or portions of larger departmental initiatives.Field trips to galleries, other museums, and auction houses are also incorporated into the internship program. Learn more about the application process on the Bridge and at the website linked before. Make sure to apply by January 30 for a great summer opportunity in New York City!

  • Internship, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, NYC
  • Applications Accepted Until: Jan 30, 2017
  • Application Contents: Application Form, Resume, Cover Letter, list of relevant courses, two letters of recommendation, and writing sample
  • Date: Summer 2017

The next peer pick of the the week is all about politics. Whether you’re a political science major or interested in the field, this is a great opportunity to explore and learn all about what is going on in politics. Perform research and data analysis on daily political aspects and politicians. This internship is offered to those interested in accomplishing the goal of making unbiased and factual political information available to anyone who would like access to it. You will be conducting research to achieve this goal and work alongside other interns, putting political opinions and biases aside to bring forth information of politicians, candidates, and decisions being made by our government. This internship takes place on a beautiful ranch in Montana and interns are required to be available for a ten week period to be considered. This is a great opportunity for the summer months and is open to all college age students and graduates. You must have a 3.0 minimum GPA and multiple scholarships are available to cover room, board, food, and other activities. Go to The Bridge to learn more or apply today by following this link http://votesmart.org/internships/application#.V_kYK5MrLR0

  • Internship, Nonpartisan Political Research with Project Vote Smart, Philipsburg, Montana
  • Applications Accepted Until: Nov, 19
  • Application Contents: Resume, Cover Letter, Application Form, and 3 recommendations
  • Date: Summer 2017, 10 weeks

bridge_webWe highlight a few CDC Intern Picks that we think you’ll find particularly interesting every week.  Learn more by checking out each pick on the BridgeAnd while you’re there, see what other interesting opportunities you find! If you have any technical difficulties with your application, email recruiting@bucknell.edu before the deadline for help. 

 

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