Fellowships, scholarships, and internships
internship at aids Project new haven
Education & Outreach Department
New Haven, CT
AIDS Project New Haven provides education, non-judgmental, comprehensive, and holistic services to individuals infected and affected by HIV/AIDS.
Our goals are to increase public awareness, promote prevention through educational programs and advocacy, and secure funding for the support services we provide for our clients.
AIDS Project New Haven is the oldest AIDS service organization in the State of Connecticut. Formed by a small group on individuals in 1983, it has expanded to provide services throughout the greater New Haven area.
We are looking for motivated interns with an interest in community outreach.
To establish contacts with community based businesses for the purpose of disseminating messages about HIV prevention among high risk population.
To assemble risk reduction supplies, such as condoms and lubrication to be distribution on a community wide level.
Provide community wide outreach and education information to facilitate requests for presentations.
Shadow outreach staff when facilitating SISTA and Street Smart
Maintain a complete record of all outreach encounters, workshops, group sessions and materials distributed in the community.
All other duties as deemed necessary and occasional weekends required.
Assist Education and Outreach staff with program administration for the Center for Disease Control interventions Sisters Informing Sisters on Topics about AIDS (SISTA) and Street Smarts as well as other Education & Outreach programs. .
Assist with the distribution of APNH publications or outreach materials.
Update the community resources database.
Assist with the design of HIV/AIDS prevention promotional materials
Assist with creating role play scenarios for HIV/AIDS prevention presentations for youth populations.
Timeframe for Internship:
This internship opportunity is available for Fall and Spring semesters. Summer internship opportunities are also available.
Please contact Julie Anderson at (203) 624-0947 ext 239 or at email@example.com or contact Jennifer Clarke at (203) 624-0947 ext 238 or at Jennifer.firstname.lastname@example.org
The International Institute of Connecticut
An exciting experience - Work with New Americans, Immigrants, Asylees, Refugees, Victims of Human Trafficking.
Learn all aspects of the New Aerican experience: Reception & Placement, State & Federal programs and policy, Community & Cultural Acculturation, Case Management, Employment & Job Training, Immigration, etc.
Related Field Interests
HR Recruiting/Job Development
Nonprofit Management/Nonprofit Marketing
Social Work and Sociology
Political Science and International Reloations
Immigration and Refugee Policy
Health Education/Community Health
Full Time and Part Time Available
Graduate and Undergraduate students welcome
Internships are unpaid. Interested applicants, please send resume and cover letter. For more information, please contact:
The International Institute of Connecticut
670 Clinton Avenue
Bridgeport, CT 06605
Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF) Internship Program
Session: Summer 2011
May 29-June 30-2011
Deadline: February 25, 2011
To apply online, please visit www.cbcfinc.org/internships.
Program Description Established in 1986, the CBCF Congressional Internship Program answered the call to help diversify our democracy by increasing the pool of talented public servants. This intensive nine‐week summer program offers the opportunity for college students from across the nation to learn about the legislative process, leadership and careers in the policy‐making process. Interns work in CBC member offices, attend professional development events, and participate in leadership development rojects. The program prepares young people to become informed decision makers nd future influential leaders who shape our world.
- Interns will receive a $3,000 stipend
- Housing at a local university
- Interns may be eligible to receive academic credit at their college or university for participating in the program
- U.S. citizen or permit to work in the U.S.
- Currently or recently enrolled in college full-time when applying for program
- Demonstrated interest in public service, governance, and policy-making process
For more information and to apply online please visit, www.cbcfinc.org/internships.
1720 Massachusetts Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20036 Phone: (202) 263-2800 Fax: (202) 775-0773 Internet website http://www.cbcfinc.org CFC #0103