Purchase College offers a variety of credit-bearing internship opportunities right here on campus! Internships are offered within campus departments, programs, and approved student clubs and organizations. Interns are supervised by professional staff or experienced club leaders and receive mentoring from Purchase College faculty. Review the Career Development Center's Internship Guidelines for registration information, policies, and procedures.
Contact: Maureen Pio, Associate Director of Admissions, firstname.lastname@example.org
Admissions Office Intern: This new internship offers an opportunity for students to gain valuable real-life work experience in an on-campus office. Training is provided by the Admissions Team to the student, whose leadership, presentation, and communication skills are developed throughout the duration of the internship. The student intern will gain valuable experience as a member of the Admissions Events Committee, planning upcoming counselor travel and assisting in the logistical planning of campus events. Working closely with a Liberal Arts and Sciences counselor, the intern will also assist in the application review process, community college newspaper advertising, and coordinating and editing the Counselor E-Newsletter. This internship requires the commitment of an entire academic year, during which the student will work fifteen hours each week. Strong written and oral communication skills as well as an excellent work ethic are required. An interest in the college admissions process, college recruitment, and event planning is helpful.
Admissions Graphic Design Intern: Work closely with the admissions staff to assist with the design of event materials, counselor newsletters, applicant outreach and various admissions documents. The student intern will gain real-world graphic design work experience, learn how to work for a client, follow projects from design to print and develop communication and office skills. The student will be responsible for the production of brochures and graphic advertising for on-campus events including various Open-House events (Fall, Spring, Junior, Transfer) as well as weekly Information Sessions for prospective students. Requirements: Expertise with Adobe Creative Suite 3 (Photoshop, Illustrator, In-Design); strong written and oral communication skills, proficient analytical and computer skills are required for application to this internship program. Interns are expected to work approximately eight hours per week. Students are encouraged to commit to a full academic year for the internship.
Resumes with cover letters may be emailed to Maureen Pio at email@example.com
Contact: Jon Esser,Coordinator of Arts Recruitment Programs, firstname.lastname@example.org
Arts Alumni Events Publicist: The successful candidate will learn research skills and develop marketing strategies for promotion of Purchase alumni: concerts, performances, screenings, opening receptions. Geomarketing and audience research will be used to target audiences. Qualifications: Interest in one or more of the arts, Desire to match talent with audience, Internet search techniques, Spreadsheet/Database management, Attention to detail, Ability to make connections.
In the past, the Alternative Clinic was a space in which interns learned hands-on experience about gynecology through counseling patients, prepping exam rooms, making appointments, and performing administrative duties while also participating in an academic component during the semester. Alternative Clinic interns for the Fall 2012 semester will have different responsibilities, training, and assignments given to them than in past semesters. Interns will learn about the complexities of providing gynecological health care on-campus and in a national context and become increasingly familiarized with topics such as STI prevention and treatment, sexual assault advocacy, health insurance, contraception, abortion, pregnancy, and menstruation. They will be responsible for researching different venues in which the Alternative Clinic can function without the risk of legal liability. Interns also must organize events and programs on campus that promote sexual health and will educate students on the topics they were trained on. They will have weekly reading assignments on the topics above as well as others by the Co-Directors’ choosing. Therefore, this internship is more about advocacy, community organizing, and educational outreach rather than medical experience.
To apply, email email@example.com withthe name of the internship in your subject line.
The editing intern for The Purchase Brick will work with the Assistant Editor and the Editor-In-Chief in editing incoming stories from the staff. This includes copy editing as well as editing for AP style and clarity. This internship is intended to teach students interested in journalism how to work with other editors and critique the work of their peers. The intern is also encouraged to pitch and write stories for the website.
As a photography intern for The Purchase Brick, students will be expected to work with the Photo Editor and other staff writers. The intern’s primary responsibility will be to work with staff writers in shooting news photos to accompany stories written for our website. The Photo Editor will edit these photos and provide feedback to the interns.
As a radio intern, students will learn skills necessary in putting together a news radio show to be broadcast once a week on WPSR. The intern will take on responsibilities that include writing a news script for radio broadcast and holding meetings with other staff members working on the radio show.
The social media intern for The Purchase Brick will be expected to promote the Brick through our main online channels, Facebook and Twitter, and building our brand as the campus’ most trusted news source. The position’s main responsibilities will be posting links to stories, engaging with users, and finding innovative ways to reach new readers. He or she will also be expected to help the Webmaster in duties related to designing our new website.
As a video intern for The Purchase Brick, students are expected to produce at least one news video each week. The intern will work with the Editor-In-Chief and the Broadcast Editor in shooting and editing news stories, working on The Purchase Brick’s weekly news program Brick TV, and collaborating with The Purchase Pulse. Interns are also expected to pitch stories at weekly meetings.
As a writing intern for The Purchase Brick, students are expected to take assignments from both the Assistant Editor and the Editor-In-Chief, as well as pitch stories at weekly meetings. Interns are required to produce at least one story a week, and will learn how to develop journalistic skills in a working environment with their peers.
Contact: Tara B. Malone, Assistant Director
Wendy Morosoff, Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Media: Jessica Mazzia, Assistant Director email@example.com
Peer Career Liaisons (CLs) work closely with the CDC staff to assist in providing career services to students, valuable information, and exciting programs and events. CLs are given the training and mentoring necessary to develop their leadership skills and are empowered to create and implement their own ideas for marketing materials, resources, and programs. This is a progressive internship experience- Students are recommended to commit to a full academic year.
Interactive Media Marketing Internship: The intern will creatively utilize video, design and interactive social and professional networking sites to promote the Career Development Center (CDC) to Purchase students. These on-line resources will be used to market the CDCs events and services throughout the academic year.
Contact: Agustin Zarzosa, firstname.lastname@example.org
Article editors: Interns are needed for the cinema journal in the Cinema Studies program. Their main responsibility is to put out an issue at the end of the semester. They are responsible for overseeing the quality of this issue. They will work closely with the editor-in-chief. Editors will maintain communication with the authors and with the readers, making sure that each of them turn in their assignments on time. One of the two editors will function as a copy editor, focusing on stylistic issues; the copy editor should demonstrate a strong comprehension of grammar and MLA documentation style. The editors will receive 4 credits per semester. Cinematic Expression I and II are prerequisites for all of these internships.
Contact: Melissa Jones, Director for Community Standards, email@example.com
Community Standards Interns will be responsible for dividing the following tasks up equally throughout the semester so that all are accomplished each week or as needed:
Contact: Beatriz Martin-Ruiz, Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
Social Media Intern: This student Intern will function primarily as the Social Media Assistant to the Conservatory Coordinator. S/he will have direct oversight of the following major tasks: Managing the workload of the student workers, in consultation with the coordinator; managing the Conservatory’s social media (twitter, facebook, etc.) and assisting with the edits and updates of our website materials; developing HTML materials for e-publication, included but not limited to the Conservatory of Music Newsletter, weekly email announcements of concerts and music events, etc. Music background required. Previous Office experience is a must, as is fluency with Microsoft Office applications
Purchase Symphony Orchestra Intern: The PSO intern reports directly to the Orchestra Manager and works very closely with the Music Director and the Assistant Orchestra manager in the daily operations of the orchestra. Responsibilities include: Setting up and striking for each rehearsal and concert; Making sure chairs and stands are readily available for all rehearsals; Maintaining the PSO bulletin board with announcements, updates, etc.; Helping the Assistant with data collection for concert programs; Marketing and promotion for concerts; Maintaining a visible Social Media presence for the PSO; Additional responsibilities as needed. Must be available between 1 and 6 pm Tuesdays and Fridays, and on occasional concert evenings (typically 3 times per semester). Previous house management, ushering, stage crew or stage mangement experience preferred.
Administrative Assistant Intern: This position is mainly responsible for planning and implementing a schedule for Fall 2012 auditions (to take place in February 2012) including but not limited to mainataining correspondence with faculty and department chairs, web updates related to Music Auditions, etc. Additionally, this intern assists the Conservatory Coordinator in managing new student files for advising and registration, and documenting all new transfer evaluations. Additional administrative support; typing, filing, telephones, mailing and other duties assigned. Music background required. Previous Office Experience is a must, as is fluency with Microsoft Office applications.
Email Resume/Cover Letter to: email@example.com
Contact: Zoe Markwalter, Conservatory Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marketing Intern: Graphic Design and Coordination: A&D student intern is needed to design playbills for PRT shows; Arts Management student will manage playbill content and direct marketing mailing list, as well as brainstorm viral marketing for the Conservatory
Alumni Coordinator: Arts Management student intern will assist in developing complete database and outreach initiative with former Acting Conservatory students.
Contact: Edward A. Musal, Environmental Health & Safety Officer, email@example.com
Environmental Health & Safety College Intern in the Facilities Management Department. This position is designed to afford a college student practical work experience through Environmental Health & Safety projects. Assignments are limited in scope, may contain fairly routine tasks, and are performed within a procedural framework established by the Environmental Health & Safety Officer. As experience is acquired, the intern performs with less immediate supervision. Typical tasks may include assisting in updating the College’s Right-to Know program, assisting in compliance with the Stormwater Management Plan, assisting in College fire drills, assisting in accident investigations, assisting in safety surveys, and other environmental health & safety tasks. If a student is interested in environmental health or industrial safety, an effort will be made to craft the internship experience to meet the student’s goals.
Contact: Carla Weiland-Zaleznak, Associate Director of Development for Annual Giving firstname.lastname@example.org
Annual Giving Assistants will work with and report to the Office of Annual Giving. They will perform a variety of tasks related to fundraising in the non-profit sector. The duties and responsibilities of the interns may vary and will be determined after meeting with the staff and based on the interns capabilities and interests. This position will provide training in the software programs Raiser’s Edge and Crystal Reports. Additionally, interns will perform clerical and administrative tasks as requested.
Contact: Peter Sprague, Manager and Technical Director - Humanities Theatre, email@example.com
The objective of the marketing intern is to build audiences for productions in the Humanities Theatre; to assist directors of productions in marketing, administration, of production; facilitate/coordinate the use of the new Humanities Theatre Program templates for productions; coordinate communication between productions and campus PR (Geri Sanderson).
Audience Development: Create system to "catch" audiences of Fall/Spring Shows; Survey current audiences to better understand their preferences
Awareness: Coordinate use of "Humanities Theatre Playbill" with directors; Coordinate distribution of semester calendar (in program, "coming up next..." posters, etc); Create/Update social networking pages for each production in concert with directors; Create/ update Humanities Theatre website calendar; Write and distribute regular campus-wide emails announcing productions; Work with campus PR to pursue more local listings; Develop relationships with campus publications, student directors
Sustainability: Enhance relationship of Humanities Theatre with Arts Management program; Develop partnership with "Marketing the Arts" class; Develop relationship with Film program; Develop relationship with Graphic Design classes (Community Design in particular); Contribute to the Formalization of Marketing Internship guidelines/syllabus for future students (to avoid reinvention of wheel)
Program Support: Work with Senior Project productions to help artists focus on "artistic" side of production; Liaise with any production to encourage self-promotion possibilities
Technical Theatre Intern:
Open, run and close up theatre for after-hours and weekend events in the theatre, including Drama Studies student theatre hand-offs, special student and Purchase community events, and faculty presentations/performances, as determined by and agreed upon with supervisor; Develop familiarity and facility with the technical equipment and requirements of the Humanities Theatre in its multiple roles as theatre space, movie house, presentation venue and classroom; Technical work on at least 2 productions in the Humanities Theatre, in one or more technical capacities in order to develop familiarity with all aspects of technical theatre available in the Humanities Theatre; Maintain a production journal for the semester, recording the work done on each assignment or production and the experience gained, including demands on time, additional responsibilities taken on, what worked, what didn’t, how issues were addressed; Submit a written document at semester’s end recounting and summarizing the experience attained, the lessons learned, any insights acquired about the creation of theatre in Purchase College’s Drama Studies department, the needs of a multi-purpose theatre space serving the larger Purchase community, and how what you’ve learned may inform your future work in the field.
It is expected that this internship will require an average of 5 hours of work per week in the theatre on special projects, in individual work, in rehearsal preparation, in meetings with directors, designers and actors, and running rehearsals and performances of various shows. The submissions at the end of the semester will be a paper documenting the experience of the semester and the learning you take away, including a synopsis of your journal and a consideration of your initial expectations contrasted with your actual experience.
Writing Internship (5+ positions): Interns will be required to submit one, 500-word article each publishing week and to attend the one hour, weekly staff meetings for brainstorming, evaluation and help. Interns will be assigned writing beats (such as academic policy, PSGA, clubs, etc.) and will be expected to develop sources.
Layout Internship (2 positions): Working closely with the layout editor, interns will be responsible for learning the process and programs required to create the Independent. They will be required to attend the one hour, weekly staff meetings for brainstorming, evaluation and help. Interns will be responsible for the layout of the Back Page with content first being approved by the editors. Interns will also be expected to assist in the creation of advertisement graphics and images.
Web Internship (1 position): The intern will be responsible for the managing and weekly updating of the Independent’s website and keeping in contact with the editors for instruction in layout and content decisions. The intern will be required to attend the one hour, weekly staff meeting for brainstorming, evaluation and help. The intern will be required to work with the layout editor in learning the appropriate programs and process in updating the website.
Contact: Collette Reny, Study Abroad Advisor, firstname.lastname@example.org
The intern will assist in 3 main areas: study abroad program marketing, assistance with analysis of surveys and peer advising for students who are interested in studying abroad. They will be responsible for tabling, providing information to students, and updating the surveys. The intern must have studied abroad and have an interest in marketing.
Contact: To apply: www.neuberger.org/intern_application.php
The internship program introduces students to museum professions and the role of the museum in society. The program brings students together with museum staff to allow students to explore careers in museums. Students work in one area of the museum and contribute to current projects. The Neuberger offers internships during each academic term for credit or non-credit. Students of all majors are encouraged to apply. All years are eligible for internships, although preference will be given to juniors and seniors. This is a competitive program with a limited number of interns accepted. It is important to apply early.
Internships are offered in the following areas of the museum:
For descriptions of the internship visit www.neuberger.org/internship_intro.php
Contact: Alex Wojcik, Project Coordinator, email@example.com
Student interns choose one of NYPIRG's five main focus areas and work as a Project Leader for that campaign. Our five campaigns are: Higher Education Funding, Hunger and Homelessness, Voter Empowerment, Consumer Rights, and Environmental Issues. Students learn political advocacy/activism skills, as well as public speaking, media outreach and community organizing skills. By planning campus events and involving other students in lobbying, NYPIRG serves as a powerful voice for student's interests. NYPIRG is a state-wide, student-run, not-for-profit organization.
Contact: Joseph Tripodi, Director of Sustainability, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sustainability: "Development that meets the needs of today without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs."
To all Purchase College students who care about the future!
Purchase College has pledged to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions 80% by 2050… if you care to help make this happen, then take part in a truly purposeful internship! The Director of Sustainability seeks ambitious, active students to make a difference on campus. Purchase College and the world are working on something that is exciting and meaningful. Bring your great ideas, your passion for sustainable living, and be a part of this!
Sustainability Interns will interact with the campus community through special projects and programs. There are lots of opportunities to get involved with Sustainability in the Purchase College community. Currently we are looking for:
Purchase College Passage Gallery Assistants – 4 credit internship
Purchase College seeks Art History, Visual Arts, and Arts Management Students for spring internships. This new campus gallery and exhibition space opened in the spring of 2011. This is an exciting ground-floor opportunity for an ambitious individual to help shape the future of this new dynamic and interdisciplinary gallery. Working closely with professional staff from across the college, the Neuberger Museum, and Arts Management Faculty, Gallery Assistants will help organize, prepare, and conduct gallery exhibitions, develop and conduct traditional and social marketing campaigns and continue the development of an overall marketing plan for the Passage Gallery.
Passage Gallery Assistants will assist artists and Gallery staff in preparing the Gallery and installing work for exhibition, and will staff the Gallery during its open hours. Gallery Assistants will greet Gallery guests, answer visitors' questions, and encourage interaction with the exhibits. Gallery Assistants will also receive readings that enhance their understanding of professional arts management practice, conduct research that augments their understanding of themes and artists in each exhibition and participate in discussions with staff centered around the material. Assistants will be trained in the use of and responsible for overseeing audiovisual equipment in the gallery, and for reporting problems to Gallery staff. Assistants will also perform light office duties such as answering calls to the Gallery, preparing mailings and marketing campaigns, and contributing to and maintaining the Passage Gallery web and social networking presence.
Contact: Harry McFadden, General Manager email@example.com
Students enrolled in AMG 3780 preferred
Arts-in-Education Intern: Focus on developing teacher contacts in the local education community and researching ways of improving the office’s gathering and recording of teacher evaluations of our program. Sending contract packets and assisting in the researching and inputting of new audience data. Assisting in an evaluation of the current data research protocol and collaborating with AIE staff in the defining of a new one. Participate in the general administration of the department, and assist at AIE performances wherever possible. The position requires knowledge of MS Word, Excel, viral tools and will need good interpersonal skills.
Marketing/Ticket Office Intern: Assist in advancement of marketing Center performances and analyzing marketing initiatives. Gain hands-on experience in enhancing the exposure of our performances to the Campus Community including spearheading social media campaigns. Act as a key liaison between The PAC and Purchase students, assisting in daily administration, implementing designs and content into web/print advertisements, marketing research and tracking those efforts throughout the semester. 9 per week split between the Marketing Dept. and the Ticket Office, completed M-F with occasional evening and weekend hours required.
Development Intern: Assist in various activities in a busy fundraising department. Specific duties could include: assisting with all aspects of special events (including the Opening Night Gala); assisting in Annual Fund mailings; helping proofread and gathering materials for grant proposals; helping to expand and build upon information kept in Tessitura (The Center’s database for fundraising and ticketing)
Operations Intern: Administrative - Rental contract administration (complete, track & process contracts; follow up with clients/client reps); Compile building activity and rental statistics; Research projects as needed. Building Management - Minor repairs, lamp replacement and maintenance projects; Painting & improvement projects; Research parts, materials and products
General Management Intern: This relatively new position oversees the administration of The Center’s internal operations including budget and finance, facility operation, contracts, production, rental activity, house management, administrative offices, personnel, and information technology. The intern will work with the GM on various activities pertaining to the operation of this busy performing arts complex. The GM will be willing to work with the candidate to address a particular interest, but will touch on all aspects of this position as needed. All applicants should not be afraid of budgets and have working knowledge of excel spreadsheets. If not, some training can be supplied.
Contact: Brittany Mayes, firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Focus combines a weekly seminar and ongoing service via partnerships with community agencies. The internship focuses on the concept of mentoring. Specifically, students will learn about themselves, their values and interests while learning about the community needs and values. The seminar will focus on leadership skills such as critical thinking, reflective thinking, emotional intelligence and communication skills. The service opportunities will give students the opportunity to apply these skills, creating a rich experience that connects and engages the student with the community.
The internship is available for 2,3 or 4 credits depending on availability and open to all majors. The seminar class meets on Mondays from 3-4:15pm, so you must be available at that time to participate. Some of our current community partners include Don Bosco Community Center, Center Lane, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and OASIS after school program in Port Chester. For more information about this internship please contact Melissa Wheeler at email@example.com or 914-251-7989.
Contact: Brittany Mayes, firstname.lastname@example.org
This Internship coordinates a service component via partnerships with local community agencies. Participation is divided into two formats: ongoing site visits and campus-based programs.
ONGOING SITE VISITS: Interns attend a weekly seminar that outlines the general concepts of peer leadership and mentoring. They then participate in an ongoing site visit to a community-based organization. The visit includes facilitating a workshop for the youth participants. Previous themes include arts & crafts, storybook writing, and poetry.
CAMPUS VISITS: Several of the partner sites come to campus each year. These visits are an opportunity to expose the youth participants to an actual college campus. Interns will develop and coordinate several aspects of the campus visit, most notably the arts-based initiatives. Current formats include being trained by the Neuberger to act as a docent for an exhibition, working with the PAC on a “Careers in the PAC” program, or developing study guides for special matinee performances by the acting or opera program being held for the youth.
This internship is specially designed for Arts Management students only and provides a rich opportunity for those who are considering a career in arts education and appreciate the arts and creating learning opportunities for individuals and communities who might have limited exposure to such activities and events.
Contact: Samuel Greene, email@example.com
Students in a tech service internship learn a lot about what its like to work in the live sound field. They learn how to setup P.A. systems, how to work with microphones, cables, stands, and everything else used for live sound. They also learn a lot about audio principles such as frequencies, signal path, compression, gain structure and much more. The biggest thing that they will learn is problem solving. Every event they run sound for will be different and require different approaches, different gear, and a different way with handling the artist. They will be required to think quickly to solve the myriad of problems that arise to but on an event. They will learn all of this while working one event (concert, dance party, meeting) a week as well as one maintenance day where they will either be doing organizational work, or learning more detail about a certain area of live audio.
QUALIFICATIONS: Basic understanding of audio equipment, performance experience, and people skills a plus. Studio Comp and Production students preferred, but all majors welcome.
Contact: Janine Polak, firstname.lastname@example.org
Arts Management Internship for School of Art+Design: Seeking organized and dependable Arts Management students interested in Visual Arts. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: organizing a small student gallery within the Visual Arts Building, including soliciting exhibitions, facilitating installation, maintaining the space, and advertising. The interns will work together as a group to coordinate this project. In addition, interns will assist the School with a variety of ongoing assignments, including special events, marketing, and other departmental projects.
Qualifications: This internship is for students currently enrolled in the Arts Management class and have a strong interest in the Visual Arts. Applicants should be self-motivated and extremely organized. The ability to work well and problem solve as a group is necessary, as well as promptness and accountability.
To Apply: Resumes with cover letters may be emailed to email@example.com
Events Planner/Social Media Marketer: Creating community-building events for LS students and faculty; Assist, attend and participate in Liberal Studies and Continuing Education events, including but not limited to: Information Session, graduation reception, orientation; Coordinate room reservations, food, marketing and advertising; Assist with “tabling events” on and off campus to promote LSCE programs; Manage and monitor all LSCE social media efforts including WordPress, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube; Write and post content and communicate with subscribers; Develop plan to increase online subscribers and activity: find friends, faculty, alums; Measure success of social media initiatives by submitting weekly reports.
Peer Mentor: General advising for students, prior to appointments with advisor; Teaching peers about the SUNY general education requirements, Liberal Studies requirements & how to read the Degree Progress Report; Helping students register online & search for classes online; Mentor to new transfer students to provide support, answer questions; Assist with recruitment efforts of admissions prospects (phone call campaigns) & outreach to re-admit prospects
Academic Support Mentor: Continuous outreach to students in academic jeopardy; Provide study skills and time management support to peers;Research and develop resources and tools to assist students in academic jeopardy;Follow-up with students with multiple mid-term warnings; One -on-one and/or group appointments with students; Support matriculated and non-matriculated students; Survey students who did/did not use support to evaluate success and areas for improvement in supporting future students
Research Assistant: Create, administer and summarize research for the Liberal Studies program; Research ideas include: student satisfaction, surveying students about support services and/or academic needs; Create and administer surveys to such audiences as: current Liberal Studies students, non-matriculated students, Rockland extension site students, Liberal Studies alumni, summer/winter prospective and current students; Coordinate and run focus groups and report on results; Student will have option to use research results to support senior project with faculty sponsor guidance
Copy-Editing Internship: Interns will attend weekly office hours and meetings. They will send out letters and are responsible for copy editing the magazine.
Layout Internship: Interns will attend weekly office hours and meetings and work closely with layout editor to brainstorm and produce new and innovative ideas for the magazine.
Public Relations Internship: Interns will assist the head of public relations in keeping up The Submission's Facebook and Twitter accounts as well as creating and distributing posters.
Contact: Lauren Greiner, Supported Education Program Psychologist, firstname.lastname@example.org
Supported Educated Services Internship: Help students develop skills integral to starting and maintaining social relationships with peers; Encourage students to participate and become active in the campus community, and the community at large; Assist students in navigating their day to day activities (academics, socializing, leisure time) focusing on managing time and prioritizing demands; Assist students to explore stress reducing activities offered on campus and encourage students to incorporate these activities in day to day routines; Attend and Co-lead weekly peer support group meetings; Attend weekly supervision meetings; Mentors will have the opportunity to assist in the preparations for an upcoming symposium. Tasks will include research and the creation of marketing materials.
Qualifications: Have completed at least 30 units of credit prior to the start of the internship; Have not already completely 12 credits of previous internships (juniors and seniors are preferred); Are able to commit at least 5 hours per week (some weekend and evening hours may be required); Be in good academic standing; Students must have from 1:00-2:00P.M. on Wednesdays available.
Small Stipend may be available at the end of the semester.
How To Apply: Contact Lauren Greiner at 914-251-7983 or email@example.com
Contact: Regina Abdou, Director of Wellness firstname.lastname@example.org
The Wellness Intern will work in the Wellness Center at Purchase College. Students will work approximately 10 hours a week and earn up to 4 credits for this on-campus internship in which they will assist with ongoing programming and design and implement their own campus programs. Depending on credits, there will be weekly meetings, readings and written assignments as well as some office assistant work. Some evening work is required. Students should have a commitment to the goals of the Wellness Program. Interns will teach, mentor and assist peers in enhancing their wellness lifestyles.
Contact: Joseph Jakubowski, Station Manager,
ENGINEERING interns will assist our station engineer in maintaining a well-oiled radio machine. They will learn about producing live audio for broadcast, how to repair and upgrade our gear, and how to setup and mix live performance for broadcast and stage.
PR/EVENTS interns will assist our events coordinator with promoting the station and booking events. They will learn about booking artists and how to put together a solid promotional event, and they will have a hand in booking the side stages at Fall Fest and Culture Shock.
PROGRAMMING interns will assist our programming manager in putting together original and interesting show material. They will learn audio mixing basics, arrangement aesthetics, and radio automation programming.
Historically, all internships have been for 2 credits, and all interns have had to keep hours, but this may change in the fall semester.
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