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Project Inside Out Internship

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Location: 
Atlanta
Semester: 
Fall 2014
Expenses Covered: 
Yes

Girl Talk, Inc. is a 501(c)3 registered-nonprofit that aims to build teenagers' self-esteems through leadership, mentorship, and community service opportunities. This is done by offering programs where high school girls mentor middle school girls to help the middle school girls get through the trials and triumphs of the middle school years.

Internship Duties: 

Project Inside Out is Girl Talk’s week long summer day camp for middle school girls. Girl Talk Leaders (high school girls) serve as camp counselors and provide encouragement, guidance, and leadership to the middle school campers. The camp includes daily ice breaker games, inspiring keynote speakers, fun activities, and community service experiences. Project Inside Out goes beyond the Girl Talk chapter experience by allowing girls from different chapters and backgrounds to come together, make new friends and build positive relationships all while learning how to be strong and positive young ladies! Camp is a time of inspiration and encouragement, as well as, a time for girls to share their passion and talents with each other.
Girl Talk will be expanding our Atlanta camps to 5 additional cities during June and July 2014 in various locales around the US. We are seeking to build a team that will ensure the same level of excellence that is carried out in our Atlanta camp is represented in all locations.

Responsibilities:
-A college student looking for an unpaid and part-time (20 hours/week) internship, based in our Atlanta, GA. Office
-Able to work individually as well as with others (especially with the Social Media Interns and volunteers)
-A creative thinker who will find new, exciting ways to promote Girl Talk’s camps throughout the country
-Develop a day-to-day schedule for camp.
-Support Camp Committee Logistics
-Able to seek ways to secure a camp location, food donations, speakers, funds, corporate sponsors, items for goodie bags and other donations for the camp.
-Able to track the fund raising dollars and meeting attendance.
-Able to properly manage the camp pro form a budget (income, expense, profit/loss) for each camp.
-Able to work with groups through online exchanges
-Identify scholarship funds and able to identify campers who may need scholarships
-Recruiting counselors, volunteers, and campers for camp
-Schedule and lead counselors and volunteers through training
-Assist with designing and assembling Girl Talk’s Camp in a Box
-Skilled at communicating in a friendly and professional manner

Benefits & Perks: 

-Opportunity to travel to various parts of the country
-Very hands-on job where interns can learn a lot.
-Great opportunities that will allow major resume bullet points!

Intern at the Neuroscience Center at Georgia State University

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Semester: 
Winter 2014
Industry: 

Welcome to the Center for Behavioral Neuroscience, a National Science Foundation Science and Technology Center. The CBN is an award-winning, interdisciplinary research consortium composed of more than 150 neuroscientists. The CBN celebrated its 10-year anniversary in 2009, marking the tremendous strides made by center members in research and education that will have lasting impact on the field of neuroscience for decades to come.

Internship Duties: 

The deadline for the Atlanta NET/work applications is MARCH 10, 2014.

NET/work Program Overview
NET/work is Atlanta's new program for Neuroscience Education and Training. For students from underrepresented groups at Georgia State University, Emory University, Spelman College, and Agnes Scott College, NET/work is a two-year paid research assistantship that provides participants with local and national research opportunities from their sophomore year through graduation.

Research format
• Summer 1: Participate in BRAIN - a 10-week full-time undergraduate research program and short course in neuroscience.
• Junior Year: Research in Atlanta - part-time research apprenticeship at Georgia State or Emory, and travel to the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting.
• Summer 2: Research internship - mentored research at one of 14 sites nationwide.
• Senior Year: Capstone research assistantship - return to junior year lab, opportunity to write a senior thesis, and potential to present at a national conference.

Research may include
• Molecular biology
• Cellular communication
• Neural systems analysis
• Behavioral investigations
• Comparative studies
• Clinical and biomedical applications
• Computer modeling

Why participate:
• Develop strong research skills
• Improve scientific thinking
• Gain experience with cutting-edge research techniques
• Become comfortable in a research environment
• Benefit from attentive mentoring
• Earn a competitive edge for PhD programs

Who can participate:
Students who are interested in earning a PhD in neuroscience and are included in the following groups:
• Students with documented disabilities, are first-generation college students, Pell grant eligible, and/or from racial or ethnic groups currently underrepresented in neuroscience (African-American, Alaskan Native, Hispanic, Native American, Pacific Islander).
• Students must attend Georgia State University, Agnes Scott College, Emory University, or Spelman College.
• Applicants must be in their sophomore year of study to be eligible for NET/work

TAG Cause Marketing Agency Internship

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Semester: 
Fall 2013
Paid: 
Yes
Industry: 

Participant believes that a good story well told can truly make a difference in how one sees the world. Whether it is a feature film, documentary or other form of media, Participant exists to tell compelling, entertaining stories that also create awareness of the real issues that shape our lives.

Internship Duties: 

TAG is the services division at Participant Media, a global entertainment company founded in 2004 by Jeff Skoll to focus on feature film, television, publishing, and digital content that inspires social change.
TAG creates, builds, manages, and communicates cause marketing and social innovation programs for brands and foundations. Their clients have included American Express, Starbucks, Disney, Intel, Mattel, Gates Foundation, and Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors.
This internship is the perfect opportunity for students interested in learning how for-profit businesses can succeed in positively impacting the world. You will not only expand your knowledge of a variety of issues, but will also be able to contribute your personal passion and dedication to our clients’ large-scale pro-social programs that are already underway.

Responsibilities:
• Compiling a daily digest of CSR/pro-social news
• Researching the current landscape of various causes
• Assisting with client projects as needed
• Attending brainstorms and client meetings to gain a better understanding of our work

Requirements:
• Dependable
• Hardworking
• Professional
• Team Player
• Resourceful