Spring Semester Opportunities
Oddfellows Playhouse Youth Theater is looking for work-study students and volunteers for second semester classes and other programs for local kids. Opportunities include Teaching Assistants for after-school arts classes and Neighborhood Troupes; Admin help in the office; Stage Managers; Shop Coordinator and Costume Shop Coordinator. Contact email@example.com for more info, or fill out this application form.
The Jaylen D. Berry Foundation is seeking a part-time Campus Coordinator to work in a remote position. This position will include some travel but this will equate to no more than 30% of the time allotment. Their mission is to accelerate community-based change by bridging the opportunity gap for the underrepresented men, women, and families in the State of Connecticut and beyond. Apply on Handshake.
Summer Fellowships, Internships, and Jobs
The Trilateral Youth Empowerment Program, as part of the Maureen Mansfield Women’s Empowerment Series, aims to build more inclusive democracies in Japan, the Republic of Korea (ROK), and the United States (U.S.). by amplifying youth voices in the policy decision-making process, and empowering young women from these three countries to take a more active role in politics. The application deadline is January 23 at 11:59 p.m. EST; visit the webpage for eligibility details.
The Yleana Leadership Foundation is interested in recruiting both grads and undergrads for a transformative SAT summer camp (June 10-August 13) that is part SAT bootcamp, part on-campus college experience, and part traditional summer camp. They are looking for people who are willing to work hard and have an amazing time creating a summer camp experience for high school students from under-resourced communities. Apply here by February 1 for the teaching and operations positions.
Breakthrough Collaborative creates empowering educational experiences for traditionally underrepresented students on their path to college and operates the largest pre-professional teacher training program in the country. Breakthrough Teaching Fellows play an integral role in Breakthrough’s nationally recognized middle school summer program. Learn more about their summer program and apply by February 23.
Farm Camp is a summer day camp program for children ages 4-16. Campers engage in hands-on learning about sustainable agriculture and the environment while taking care of livestock, tending our gardens, and exploring nearby ecosystems. Apply here for the positions of Camp Counselor, Farm & Garden Educator, and Camp Nurse.
The Hudson Institute Political Studies Summer Fellowship offers college students and recent graduates a six-week summer program in political theory and practice based in Washington, DC. The program will broaden and deepen their understanding of public policy and American political principles. Apply by February 21, 2023
Full Time Job Opportunities and Long-term Fellowships
Propel invests in bold innovators creating a just and equitable future. Through creative uses of capital, Propel invests in dynamic ventures building an economy and democracy that work for all, with partners that are tackling some of today’s most challenging global issues: just economies, engaged democracy, quality education, and more. The Operations & Finance Associate is open for applications. To learn more and apply, visit their website.
The Moral Development Lab in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Texas A&M University invites applications for a full-time lab manager position to start in May or June of 2023. The lab manager will be responsible for overseeing the general operations in the lab and working alongside the PI (Dr. Allegra Midgette) to collect data, complete administrative tasks, and train all undergraduate research assistants. Please apply here.
Generation West Virginia’s Impact Fellowship invites tomorrow’s leaders to work, live and give in West Virginia by offering yearlong, paid fellowships at some of the Mountain State’s most innovative companies. During the course of a year, Impact Fellows work four days a week at one of the participating companies, while dedicating one day a week to donating their brain power, time, and expertise to projects in partnership with local non-profit organizations.
CDC Evaluation Fellows work under the leadership of the CDC’s Chief Evaluation Officer; they will be matched with CDC host programs in Atlanta to work on program evaluation activities for/with those programs for two years. Fellows are Ph.D. or master’s degree professionals with backgrounds in evaluation, behavioral and social sciences, public health, and other disciplines relevant to CDC’s work.
The Meridian Institute Ruckelshaus Fellowship provides an opportunity for early-career professionals to contribute to Meridian’s mission to help people collaborate to solve complex problems, make informed decisions, and implement solutions that improve lives, the environment, and the economy. The Fellowship is a two-year, full-time position working in either a hybrid or remote arrangement, starting in June 2023 or earlier.
The American India Foundation’s Banyan Impact Fellowship for service in India is an interdisciplinary, experiential learning program that places young professionals from India and the U.S. in service with development organizations in India. Through collaboration and capacity-building, Fellows and local communities exchange knowledge and skills to steer projects that advance social and economic development. Apply here by January 31.
Dismas House of Massachusetts, Inc. seeks 2 qualified Fellows to help coordinate resident, marketing, and advancement activities at its transitional housing program for homeless, former prisoners in Oakham and Worcester, MA. Ideal candidates will have a commitment to issues of social justice, experience in the non-profit milieu, excellent verbal and written communication skills, and comfort working with individuals from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds. Learn more and apply here by April 15.
The Yale University Department of Emergency Medicine is hiring a Postgraduate Research Associate to work with Dr. Cameron Gettel. The position is for 1 year, with a possible extension for a second year. Prior experience in research is preferred, but not required. Learn more and apply on Handshake.
Assemble Partners is a New York City-based, entrepreneurial media services agency that is looking for an Entry Level Media Strategist. Their current clients help people in the areas of mental health, healthy beverages, good sleep, home finances, weight loss, and home ownership. Learn more and apply here.
HopeWell is hiring a Literacy Tutor. The program aims to build students’ early literacy skills through a culturally responsive, evidence-informed curriculum designed to meet the unique needs of children in foster care by integrating literacy learning, social and emotional skill development, and a trauma-informed approach. Learn more and apply on Handshake.
KEKST CNC is seeking high-achieving Analysts, with interests in communications, media, law, finance, and capital markets, to join their New York office. They are a global strategic communications firm that specializes in protecting and enhancing reputations. Learn more and apply here.
The Davis Projects for Peace program is now open for applications! Every year, student leaders from around the world are awarded $10,000 grants to implement a “Project for Peace” over summer break. The program, which was established by international philanthropist Kathryn Wasserman Davis in 2007, is designed to encourage young adults to develop innovative, community-centered, and scalable responses to the world’s most pressing issues. To learn more and apply, first visit our web page.
Boren Scholarships offer undergraduates up to $25,000 to fund immersive language study programs overseas. Applicants may request Boren Scholarships funding for programs administered by their universities or overseas host institutions, or participate in one of the Boren Awards Flagship Language Initiatives. Learn more on their website and apply by February 1.
The Davenport Study Grants application is available to sophomores and juniors who have demonstrated intellectual and moral excellence and a concern for public affairs and who by their personal qualities and vocational and scholarly intentions give greatest promise of leadership in the public service. The grants support student research and other student scholarly projects in public affairs to begin this summer.
The Udall Foundation awards scholarships to college sophomores and juniors for leadership, public service, and commitment to issues related to Native American nations or to the environment. Please reach out to our campus faculty rep, Erica Kowsz at firstname.lastname@example.org, for access to the application.
External Job Sites
Interstride: The Gordon Career Center partners with Interstride, an interactive career platform designed to enhance the career exploration and job-search experience for international students. Although this resource is primarily for international students, it also provides a variety of other tools that can be utilized by all students interested in international careers.
Scouted: Wesleyan is partnering with Scouted – a job matching platform that helps match students and alumni with internships and full-time jobs (entry and mid-level)! Scouted focuses on non-technical roles across industries including financial firms, technology companies, consulting firms, and high-growth startups.
American Educational Research Association
EdSurge (Education Technology Jobs)
PLUS, don’t forget to check out Handshake! Good luck 🙂