Improving the Lives of HIV Positive People

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PROGRAM NAME

SUMMER/ACA D. YR

ELIGIBILITY

DEADLINE

PAY

LOCATION

DESCRIPTION

WEBSITE

Advocates for Children of New York

SUMMER

UNDERGRADUATES

NONE LISTED

NO

AIDS Action: Pedro Zamora Public Policy Fellowship

FALL/ SPRING/ SUMMER

UNDERGRADUATE/ GRADUATE

SPRING: 11/01/11 SUMMER: 03/15/11 FALL: 05/15/11

STIPEND

The ARISE Coalition is seeking a volunteer policy intern to: Conduct data analyses of a number of recent reports from the DOE regarding the provision of special education services in NYC; and Assist the Coordinator of the Coalition to organize and needs applicant with Data and policy analysis Excellent oral and written communication skills Interest in educational issues and issues affecting children with special needs background in and knowledge of educational issues and issues affecting NEW YORK, NY children with special needs. In the spirit of Pedro Zamora’s work to curb HIV transmission and improve the lives of HIV positive people, AIDS Action offers a public policy fellowship in his name. The Pedro Zamora Public Policy Fellowship is an excellent opportunity for young professionals, undergraduate and graduate students who seek experience in HIV related public policy and government WASHINGTON, DC affairs. Based in the Johns Hopkins Bernstein Office Building, located at 1717 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, the Aitchison Fellowship Program allows JHU students to Take three academic course taught by Johns Hopkins Faculty, attend lectures and symposiums by elected officials, political consultants, ambassadors, journalists, and visiting professors; intern with the policy makers and elected officials, lobbyists, or civil servants who turn the wheels of government and develop an individual research project based on your internship using the resources of Washington, DC—including the Library of WASHINGTON, DC congress and the National Archives. The purpose of the internship program is to develop public awareness of the American Cancer Society. During their eight-week sessions interns will obtain: Hands-on experience in the activities of non-profit agencies, Indepth knowledge of the American Cancer Society’s efforts in cancer control, volunteer involvement, and community outreach, and an opportunity to continue to intern with us through their college years The internships at APHA are extremely beneficial to those seeking to acquire practical work experience in the above-mentioned areas. Candidates should be working towards a bachelor, graduate, or postgraduate degree, and all majors are welcome.

Advocate for Children of NY

AIDS Action

Aitchison Undergraduate Fellowship

FALL/SPRING

UNDERGRADUATE

03/04/2011

STIPEND

Atichision Undergraduate Fellowship

American Cancer Society

FALL/ SPRING/ SUMMER

UNDERGRADUATE/ GRADUATE

VARIES BY STATE AND POSITION FALL: 07/15 SPRING: 12/01 SUMMER: 04/15

STIPEND

OHIO

American Cancer Society

American Public Health Association

FALL/ SPRING/ SUMMER

UNDERGRADUATE/ GRADUATE

NO

VARIOUS

American Public Health Association

American Red Cross Presidential Intern Experience

SUMMER

UNDERGRADUATE/ GRADUATE

UPDATE

YES

The purpose of the Presidential Internship Program is to improve the diversity profile of the American Red Cross staff and provide qualified candidates for future positions. By providing paid internships to a diverse group of undergraduate and graduate students in key professional areas, the American Red Cross Internship Program can serve as the first step in developing lifelong associations between students and the American Red Cross, and the organization’s employee base can mirror the communities it WASHINGTON, DC serves. American Youth Foundation volunteers play a vital role in helping us continue to deliver quality programs to young people. We are looking for friendly people who want to use the talents they have to help...
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