Media Intern Needed for Campus Ministry & Food Pantry Spring 2023

Campus minister Allison Moore, with Chaplain Michelle Ledesma-Baer, director of the Student Christian Center, are seeking a communications/media intern to raise the visibility of the campus Food Pantry and expand progressive Christian ministry beyond the Food Pantry, into food sustainability, food justice, cooking classes, nutrition workshops, etc. 

Requirements:

  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively
  • Ability to document work–all accounts, all passwords, necessary info to hand off to a new intern next semester
  • Be well-organized
  • Be attentive to detail

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See an Elective? Don’t Wait to Enroll Because It Might Not be Offered for Another 3 Semesters!

The Department of Communication offers electives in each of its three concentrations on a 3-semester rotation. This means that you should enroll as soon as you see an elective that fits your concentration (for instance, Leadership & Communication, Training & Development, Negotiation, Conflict Management, Communication & Gender, Perceptions of Diversity in Communication, Crisis, Risk & Disaster Communication, etc.) because it may not be offered again for another three semesters.

For Spring 2023, the department is offering: Nonverbal Communication, Conflict Management, Crisis, Risk & Disaster Communication, Communication & Gender, and a special topics course: Talk, Technology & Society.

 

 

Firelight is Hiring Development Associate Interns for Nonprofit Fundraising in Spring 202

It is Firelight’s mission to mentor our interns and give them the skills and experience to be the next generation of film, media, and arts administration professionals. Our internship program will give dedicated and driven participants the opportunity to assist our Firelight Media and Firelight Films teams with a variety of projects depending on their area of interest. Opportunities include the production and development of documentary film projects; graphic design and social video production; fundraising and arts administration, and more.

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Interested in Financial Services? Lord Abbett is seeking to recruit talented New Paltz students!

Lord Abbett is a leading asset manager serving clients worldwide. Their purpose—securing a sustainable future for their clients, their people, and their world—fuels everything they do. Their clients trust Lord Abbett to manage approximately $250 billion in assets across a diverse set of investment strategies and vehicles. Inspired by Lord Abbett’s “dream big, work hard, have fun” principle, employees thrive in their vibrant culture and deliver lasting impact to clients and their communities.

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Social Media & Marketing Internship with Redwing Blackbird Theater

The Redwing Blackbird Theater is looking for an intern for this spring with an interest in increasing the visibility of RBT. Social media interests and experience are definitely a plus!

Internship can be completed virtually or in-person when social distancing can be observed.

Redwing Blackbird Theater is based on Main St. in Rosendale, NY with a local, national & international presence.

Intern responsibilities might include but not limited to:

  • Website updates to redwingblackbirdtheater.com (hosted by Squarespace)
  • Instagram updates — @redwing.blackbird.theater
  • Regular list serve updates & mailings
  • Promotion of socially distanced puppet museum tours for small family “pods,” with a focus on homeschoolers & their parents
  • New grant proposal writing & ongoing grant fulfillment reporting

To apply, email Amy Trompetter at amy.trompetter@gmail.com.

Marketing Internship for Hale Advisors

Marketing internship for Hale Advisors

Description:

We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated intern to join our team and help facilitate with our organization’s project goals. In this position, you will be expected to learn the ins-and-outs of daily routines and procedures to help our team run efficiently.

Job Duties & Responsibilities:

Include but are not limited to the following:

  • Research and various writing assignments
  • Have a love of Digital Marketing and an excitement to learn more
  • Facilitate in content creation for clients
  • Continuous updating on client projects
  • Social Media monitoring and posting
  • Research creative holiday gifts to then order, organize and send to clients during the holiday season
  • Assisting on any other projects to help support the staff

Requirements & Qualifications:

  • Must be above 18 years old and enrolled in an accredited university, preferably in business, marketing, journalism, or public relations
  • Proficient computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, and Excel)
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Energetic and eager to take on new projects and ideas
  • Ability to prioritize/execute to achieve desired company and project goals

 

Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA): Our standard non-disclosure agreement must be signed prior to start.

Send resume, cover letter and a writing sample to Marie Hull marie@haleadvisors.com  before Nov. 9 to be considered

Contribute to The Teller’s October Issue

The Teller magazine, a SUNY New Paltz art and lifestyle publication, is currently looking for contributors for their October issue, which is themed Reformation.
The magazine consists of a large lifestyle portion, as well as literature and art. Each issue is themed and is divided into the following sections: Adventure & Culture, Home, Health & Wellness, Home, Fashion & Beauty, Food, and Literature & Art (includes poetry, short stories, photography, art, playlists, etc.). Their archive of past issues can be found here.
They have a rotating set of contributing writers and no set writing staff so each issue is completely unique. Any SUNY New Paltz student is welcome to contribute.
If you are interested, please email thetellermagazine@gmail.com.
The Teller magazine is looking for contributors for their October issue. Email thetellermagazine@gmail.com if interested.

Human Rights First: Fall Development Internship

Human Rights First is looking for a development intern for this semester.

Development intern aids the Development Department in its work to raise the organization’s annual operating budget. The Development Department of Human Rights First creates and implements the organization’s fundraising efforts in both creative and strategic ways. The development intern will be working with the three core teams of the Development Department — donor relations, events and foundations.

Intern Duties

  • Assist with maintaining database records
  • Conduct research on potential donors and Board members
  • Provide support in sending mailings and invitations
  • Research and summarize potential donor engagement opportunities
  • Implement marketing strategies and create marketing materials
  • Assist with copy editing and preparing of proposals and reports
  • Track deliverables and maintain foundation calendars, as necessary
  • Assist Special Events Team in preparation and logistics for events
  • Plan and present creative projects and engagement opportunities at events
  • Depending on availability, provide assistance at events

Required Skills & Experience

  • Strong computer and research skills
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Event planning experience a plus
  • Organized and detail-oriented approach to projects
  • Ability to prioritize duties, meet deadlines, and be a team player
  • Interest in human rights a plus

Time Commitment

  • 10-30 hrs/wk

To apply, send your resume and cover letter to Emily Finkelstein at finkelsteine@humanrightsfirst.org

Human Rights First | American ideals. Universal values.