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Our National Internship Program provides interns an insider’s look into how modern day campaigns attempt to manipulate voters emotionally, instead of informing them intellectually. National Interns are trained on how to defend each citizen’s right to the facts as they work to collect and disseminate voting records, issue positions, biographies, special interest evaluations, campaign finances, and public statements of every U.S. elected official and candidate. The work of our National Interns empowers voters by allowing them to instantly check the credibility of the misleading and deceptive messages that modern day elected officials and candidates bombard citizens with every election year. National interns work full-time as temporary staff members. They may be assigned to one of the following departments, or may work on special projects in several departments, as needed: Political Courage Test Assistant, Research and Hotline Assist ant, Communications/Media Assistant, Information Technology Assistant, Facilities/Recreational Assistant, Lodge Assistant.
Student internships are available year-round with a rolling start date based on when you can commit to ten consecutive weeks of service. Recent graduates are encouraged to apply as this opportunity offers a great way to transition into the workforce while living in an extraordinary environment. Any questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
National Intern applicants must submit the following:
1. Completed application form, available athttp://votesmart.org/internships/application
2. Resume and cover letter.
3. Minimum of three references. References need only be names and contact information.
Accepted applicants will live and work at our fully- equipped research facility, the Great Divide Ranch, remotely-located and surrounded by one of Montana's great wilderness area with room, board, food and recreational activities covered by one of the following scholarships:
-Bill Clements Scholarship
-Barry Goldwater Scholarship
-William Randolph Hearst Scholarship
-Seth Moore Scholarship
This internship is for college students who are exploring career fields and/or whose degree requires an internship. The Denver Rescue Mission has over 20 different internship placement options. We have 7 placement sites; 5 in Denver and 2 in the Fort Collins area. These internships range from family and human services to refugee and volunteer relations.
This internship follows the academic calendar with Fall (September-December), Spring (January-May), and Summer (June-August) semesters. Interns can choose to stay longer with supervisor approval. Part-time internships require a minimum of 15 hours per week. Full-time interns (40 hours per week) qualify for a $250 monthly remuneration paid directly to an education or loan institution, as well as a $225 monthly stipend. In addition, full-time interns have an opportunity to live at one of our facilities and receive free room and board.
For information on our internship placement options, please visit our website at www.denverrescuemission.org/internship. There you will be able to browse our internship options and fill out an online Intern application. We will be in touch with you if openings are available.
Apply to www.DenverRescueMission.org/internship
6090 Smith Road
Denver, CO 80216
Fax (303) 953-3957
Make Great Money while having fun!
• Flexible scheduling 1 day a week to 5 days a week.
• Position Part-Time or Full Time
• 12.00 hr + Bonuses
• No selling involved.
• Training provided.
• Positive Christian Environment
• We promote within our organization and have opportunity for advancement if you qualify.
Please reply with resume or summary of qualifications if you're interested.
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Equal opportunity employer.
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This is a part time position capped at 32 hours per week. As an entry level position, this offers a great opportunity to individuals seeking entrance into an IT career working with end user technology and providing all manner of desktop support. The employee will assist our Helpdesk staff with support of Windows PC's, mobile devices, printers and other peripherals, a host of end user software and more.
▪ Troubleshoots and provides assistance to users.
▪ Installs new personal computer systems and reviews, monitors and upgrades existing personal computer systems.
▪ Installs new and maintains existing hardware and software.
▪ Coordinates with other IT areas to resolve problems if necessary.
▪ Conduct other assignments which assist in carrying out the mission of the IT / Helpdesk department.
▪ Current student (or recent graduate) working towards a bachelor’s degree in an IT or business related field.
▪ Area of study: Computer Science, MIS, Corporate IT Systems.
Helpful skills or experience, but not required:
▪ Experience with PC workstations and laptop systems, and standard Office Suite software packages.
▪ Experience working in Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 7, and Apple iOS operating systems.
▪ Customer support.
▪ Experience with virus/malware detection software/systems.
▪ Positive team-player attitude.
▪ Detail oriented.
The Summer Student Ministry Intern positions will be a chance to learn about Children and Youth Ministries and gain real-world, hands-on experience. These Interns will assist the Pastor and Ministry Leaders and be challenged to grow in their spiritual goals, personal goals as well as their professional goals through the entire process as they serve at Central Church.
Central Church is a vibrant and growing congregation who believes in “No Religion, No Judging, Just Jesus”. Your participation will make a meaningful difference in the spiritual growth and lives of others.
The worship at Central Church is an exciting, dynamic, and welcoming environment. The worship services are designed with the whole family in mind, with contemporary worship, clear biblical teaching, and classes for children.
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The Nursing Intern assists camp in creating a safe environment, treating minor injuries, overseeing the collection and distribution of medications, keeping accurate treatment logs, and completing orderly incident reports. Individual must be at least 19 years old and have two years nursing education.
The Denver Rescue Mission has over 15 different internship placement options. We have 6 placement sites; 4 in Denver and 2 in the Fort Collins area. These internships range from family and human services to refugee services to public relations.
For information on our internship placement options, please visit our website at www.denverrescuemission.org/internship. There you will be able to browse our internship options and fill out an online Intern application. We will be in touch with you following these initial steps.
Our internships follow the academic calendar with Fall (September-December), Spring (January-May), and Summer (June-August) semesters. Interns can choose to stay longer with supervisor approval. Part-time internships require a minimum of 15 hours per week. Full-time interns (40 hours per week) qualify for a $250 monthly remuneration paid directly to an education or loan institution, as well as a $150 monthly stipend. In addition, full-time interns have an opportunity to live at one of our facilities and receive free room and board.
Please apply to www.denverrescuemission.org/internship or
Denver Rescue Mission
6090 Smith Road
Denver, CO 80216
(303) 953-3951 fax (303) 953-3957
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