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Sightline seeks a motivated, organized, and self-starting data geek for a summer internship. You must be able to demonstrate strong academic credentials, meticulous attention to detail, excellent data analysis skills, experience with spreadsheet software, a passion for simplifying complex data into a clear and understandable story, and a commitment to a sustainable Northwest.
Assist Sightline’s research team in compiling, analyzing, and interpreting data on traffic and transportation from the Pacific Northwest and beyond. After decades of steadily increasing car traffic, vehicle travel has stagnated – even as state and provincial governments are planning billions of dollars to rebuild and widen urban highways. Our look at traffic figures suggests that the region simply doesn’t need—and can’t afford—these costly highway megaprojects. We need a research intern to help compile and analyze traffic trends, demographic data, state budget reports, and other sources of information that help us tell the story about the changing demand for car travel, and our declining ability to pay for more and bigger roads.
This position is unpaid. Sightline’s interns commit to working at least 24 hours per week for at least 10 weeks during the summer. Interns are provided with office workspace, including a computer and email account, along with a bus pass.
Please email a cover letter, resume, and at least one example of analytical work to email@example.com by May 21. Sightline Institute encourages candidates from all socioeconomic, racial, ethnic and cultural backgrounds to apply.
Sightline Institute’s mission is to make the Northwest a global model of sustainability—strong communities, a green economy, and a healthy environment. We provide Northwest’s citizens and decision-makers with the policy research and practical tools they need to advance long-term solutions to our region’s most significant challenges. Our work includes in-depth research, commentary, and analysis, delivered online, by email, and in-person to Northwest policy champions. For more information about Sightline, please explore our website.
The University of Washington Women’s Center is Hiring: NEW Leadership Institute Employment Opportunity!
The University of Washington Women’s Center is seeking a part-time student intern OR work-study eligible student to support our National Education for Women’s (N.E.W.) Leadership Institute. We hope to fill the position immediately and the student may continue working at the UW Women’s Center through the summer with the potential to stay on through the 2012-2013 school year as the NEW Leadership Program Coordinator.
NEW Leadership™ Puget Sound is a partner in the national award-winning program to educate and empower the next generation of women leaders. NEW Leadership™ teaches college women the value of civic engagement and encourages them to see themselves as empowered leaders who can effectively participate in politics and public policy. By offering political and civic leadership training to undergraduates, NEW Leadership strives to increase the number of women in the “leadership pipeline,” thereby enhancing the prospects for democratic representation, participation, and leadership in contemporary political and civic life. NEW Leadership Puget Sound is open to all female undergraduate students who attend four-year or two-year institutions and consists of an intensive six-day training institute held at the UW Women’s Center from June 11th – June 16th, 2012.
Duties and Responsibilities during the 2012 Institute, June 11 – 16, 2012:
- Assist the Program Coordinator in the facilitation and coordination of the NEW Leadership Institute for 34 students from two- and four- year institutions across the Puget Sound region
- Responsibilities include serving as the contact person for all speakers/trainers, NEW Leadership participants, and elected officials who are playing a role in the June 2012 NEW Leadership Institute (June 11th – June 16th on the University of Washington campus). To learn more about the Institute, please visit the following link: http://depts.washington.edu/newlead/
Responsibilities during the Summer & 2012-2013 School Year
- Compile surveys, data, demographic information, and budgets from NEW Leadership participants from the 2012 Institute for future grants and Women’s Center reports
- Partner with representatives from two-year and four-year colleges and universities in the Puget Sound region to recruit a diverse cohort of students for the June 2013 Institute
- Serve as primary contact person for students during the recruitment and application process for the June 2013 Institute
- Publicize the program to students, faculty, and administrators at schools throughout the Puget Sound region to increase application numbers
- Work with the NEW Leadership Advisory Board Chair and WC Director to determine acceptance and waitlist for applicants
- Develop the alumnae initiative by organizing events, drafting newsletters, and maintaining the database of past NEW Leadership participants
- Current University of Washington student with Work Study Eligibility OR Current University of Washington student
- Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
- Strong organization and attention to detail
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Some experience and interest in program coordinating or project management
- Some evening and weekend availability (prior to and during the NEW Leadership 2012 Institute)
- Opportunity to enhance program development and coordination skills
- Work closely with group of professional women who support the work of the Women’s Center as well engage in civic and political leadership in the community
- Meet and network with women leaders in the public sector and develop leadership/management experience
- Satisfies summer internship requirements for most degree programs
- Please e-mail resume and cover letter to Senait Habte at firstname.lastname@example.org; CC Ellie Canter at email@example.com
- If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact Ellie Canter at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (206) 685-1090.
Queer Youth Space’s Queer Summer Organizing Lab is a paid, nine-week community organizing training program for queer and trans* youth. Participants will spend their Saturdays mornings from June 16th to August 11th attending anti-oppression workshops taught by multi-generational teams of experienced local activists. Training topics will include Queer Identity 101, Dismantling Racism and Classism, Queer Organizing History, Grassroots Fundraising, and Rethinking Queer Legal Reforms: Beyond Marriage and DADT. The program culminates in a one-day activism conference for the community that is organized and led by QSOL participants. Applicants must be able to participate in all nine weeks of the program, and will receive $330 for the summer, which works out to roughly $10/hr. The deadline for applications is April 30th. For more information and to apply, go to: http://queeryouthspace.com/qsol-2012/. If you have any questions, please email me at email@example.com.
Upward Bound at The Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA is currently accepting job applications for our 2012 Summer Learning Institute. This year we will spent 2 weeks at our Tacoma Campus and 3 weeks in residence at our Olympia Campus followed by an end of the summer college visit trip on the 6th week. Most all of our positions include room and board.
We are accepting applications for the following positions:
- Resident Academic Assistants (Math & Science)
- Resident Academic Assistants (Writing, Research & History)
- Resident Academic Assistant (DVD Production)
- Resident Academic Assistant (Visual Arts)
- Bridge Resident Academic Assistants (College Transition)
- Night Security
- Resident Staff Supervisor/Bridge Advisor
- Instructional Staff (Math, Reading, English)
Please contact Juana Vaughan at (360) 867-6012 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or need further information. Click here for job description and application >>
The Beacon Center for the Study of Evolution in Action is hosting an NSF funded undergraduate research opportunity for students from underrepresented ethnic groups and/or living with disabilities. The Beacon Research internship is a program that would allow students to explore and develop careers in evolutionary and computational sciences. Students will perform a mentored research project and present their findings at the UW Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Applicants must be:
- US citizens or permanent residents
- Currently enrolled UW undergraduate students that fall into one or more of the following groups:
- Living with a disability
- From underrepresented minority groups (i.e., African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, Alaskan Natives, Native Hawaiians, Filipinos and Pacific Islanders)
- The first in their family to attend college
Program Description and Requirements:
- BEACON sponsors two undergraduate research programs: one during the academic year and one during the summer. Current eligible UW undergraduate students can apply to work with one of the UW BEACON faculty members (see brochure), receiving a salary of up to $10/hr.
- Academic Year Students: a part-time paid position for two-quarters
- Participants must present at the 2013 UW Undergraduate Research Symposium.
- Summer Research Students: a full-time paid position for one quarter
- In addition to the 2013 UW-URS, summer quarter participants must also present at the UW Summer STEM Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Applicants must identify and contact a UW BEACON faculty mentor to define and develop a research project. Students with identified mentors will write and submit an application to Dr. Wenying Shou: email@example.com. The application should include an unofficial transcript, letters of recommendation, a statement of why you are eligible for the program, what project you plan to carry out and why, the approximate # of hours/week, and the duration of the project. Letters of recommendation should be emailed to Dr. Wenying Shou. Applications for the 2012~2013 academic year must be received by May 1, 2012.
University of Washington students are encouraged to apply to the GenOM Undergraduate Summer Research Program. The application must be postmarked no later than March 30, 2012. Students that attend other institutions are encouraged to apply to our jointly funded program, the Genome Sciences Summer Research Program for Undergraduates.
GenOM Undergraduate Summer Research participants will receive a salary and are limited to 40 hrs/week. The program will begin June 18, 2012 and end August 17, 2012 and can be extended to September 25, 2012 with the Director’s approval. There are $500 travel stipends available for presenting work at national conferences.
Students in this program will:
- be provided first-hand, quality experiences in laboratories of established researchers;
- network with fellow undergraduate researchers during scheduled weekend activities (6/23-24, 7/7-8, 7/21-22, 8/4-5);
- present their research project and poster at the University of Washington Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium on August 15, 2012;
- explore the rapidly expanding field of genomics;
- gain the confidence and academic exposure to prepare for graduate/professional level programs;
- and join a network of advisors, researchers, professors, staff, and support programs for underrepresented students.
Apply to GenOM
Click here to apply to the UW GenOM Project Undergraduate Summer Research Program–>
Borderlands: Power, Place, and Difference
Application deadline: March 16 @ 5pm
Students will explore a number of domains related to borderland concerns: the borders of nation-states; borders of race, gender, sexuality, species, and multiple forms of social difference; the borders of citizenship and law; borders of popular culture; and the longstanding and subjugated borderlands of Indigenous peoples throughout the globe. Through the development of individual research projects, students will gain experience in cross-disciplinary and collaborative research methods and practice.
2012 Teaching Team:
- José Antonio Lucero, Associate Professor, Jackson School of International Studies
- Carolyn Pinedo Turnovsky, Assistant Professor, American Ethnic Studies and Law, Societies, and Justice
- Raj Chetty, PhD Candidate, English
- Simón Trujillo, PhD Candidate, English
Eligibility: UW (Bothell, Seattle, & Tacoma) undergraduates with curiosity about borders of race, place, community and political formations, and cultural practices from any arts, humanities, or social science majors are encouraged to apply.
SIAH selects and supports 20 undergraduates to engage in intensive research projects under the guidance of four interdisciplinary instructors. Selected students are named Mary Gates Scholars and receive a Mary Gates Research Scholarship of $4000. Participants enroll in 12 academic credits for this full-time research immersion experience.
For more information: exp.uw.edu/urp/sinst
Questions?: Contact the Undergraduate Research Program at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by to 171 MGH during our Winter Quarter Drop-In Advising Hours: Mondays, 12:30-2:30 and Wednesdays, 2:30-4:30, or by appointment.
The Undergraduate Research Program has scheduled information sessions for the 2012 Summer Institute in the Arts & Humanities (SIAH) on:
- Thursday, March 1st: 12:00-1:00pm in MGH 171
- Wednesday, March 7th: 3:30-4:30pm in MGH 171
To register, go to: https://expo.uw.edu/expo/rsvp/event/286
The Washington NASA Space Grant Consortium is happy to announce that the Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP) application is now open. SURP is a 9 week summer undergraduate research opportunity at the University of Washington for students majoring in the STEM fields.
University of Washington research labs and/or faculty who are recruiting STEM undergraduate students or that have a specific student that they would like to co-fund with SURP may apply for the program by activating the ‘Faculty Request’ hyperlink located on the webpage listed below. Space Grant – SURP supports summer undergraduate research only.
The application due date is April 13, 2012 and the 9 week summer research student stipend is $4,000 for full-time or $2,000 for part-time work.
You may find SURP details and the Catalyst WebQ application at the following link: http://www.waspacegrant.org/u-gradsum.html
Applications are now available for UC Berkeley’s summer Opto-Camp program!
The goal of Berkeley Optometry’s Opto-Camp is to introduce underrepresented pre-health science majors to Optometry as a potential future career track and to prepare them to be successful applicants to optometry school. The objective of Berkeley Optometry’s Opto-Camp is to present a three-day in residence experience that will provide participants with opportunities to learn about the profession of optometry and the process of becoming an optometrist.
Program specifics and the application are linked here–>
The deadline to apply is Monday, April 9.
Cost: $125 program fee; limited amount of scholarships to waive program fee per session, as demonstrated by financial need.
Sessions are as follows:
Session I, June 20-21
Session II, July 18-20
Program Contact: Donna Lee, 510.643-6696, email@example.com
The Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine will again host the Summer Scholars Program. The Summer Scholars program is a tremendous academic experience for underrepresented, or educationally or economically disadvantaged students to grow personally and be challenged professionally on the OU-HCOM campus. The program replicates what will be experienced in the first year of medical school. Courses, taught by OU-HCOM faculty, include gross anatomy (with cadaver dissection), histology, immunology, biochemistry, integrated biomedical sciences, an introduction to case based learning (CBL), and workshops dealing with the admission process, time management and many other experiences relevant to the medical school experience.
The Summer Scholars Program is six weeks in length and includes room and board, a living allowance, travel expenses, and the potential for a guaranteed interview for the entering class at the medical school. Detailed information, eligibility requirements, and application materials can be obtained by going to the Summer Scholars web site at www.oucom.ohiou.edu/SummerScholars.
The deadline for application is March 1, 2012.
Please encourage your students to take advantage of this tremendous opportunity. If you have any questions about the program, please do not hesitate to contact the OU-HCOM Office of Admissions at 800-345-1560.