Our program aims to give students valuable real-world experience while helping us meet evolving business needs. We focus on four different tracks designed to lead participants to full-time positions within Investor Services and Administration, Private Banking, Systems, and Investment Management. Qualified applicants can apply for more than one internship area.
We are seeking bright, talented, and diverse students who are excited to grow and lead in our entrepreneurial culture. Ideal candidates will have strong academic performance coupled with varied perspectives, backgrounds, and experiences.
The Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law is a nonpartisan law and policy institute that seeks to improve our systems of democracy and justice. The Center’s work ranges from voting rights to campaign finance reform, from ending mass incarceration to preserving Constitutional protection in the fight against terrorism.
The Center is looking for full-time employees for various positions, such as Events Coordinator (NYC) and Research & Program Associate, Democracy Program (NYC and DC). Please visit the Employment page to review more information about these opportunities.
Are you a freshman or a sophomore?
Are you passionate about Denison and its quirks?
Looking for a little extra money?
If you meet all of these criteria apply to be an Admissions Tour Guide!
Admissions Tour Guides are responsible for formally introducing prospective students and their families to the Denison Community by conducting 50 minute campus tours. Tour guides should be able to work four to six hours per week plus one or two Saturday mornings each semester. Due to the hours, applications from HRs will not be considered.
Building Community, Working for Justice, Living Simply and Sustainably
Spend a year making a difference in the world. Apply now to Lutheran Volunteer Corps!
Round One Application deadline: January 15, 2016
The Lutheran Volunteer Corps (LVC) has several upcoming opportunities for Denison University’s seniors. LVC is offering a full-time stipend volunteer position. More information can be found here: Full-Time Stipend Volunteer Position Details
LVC is also very excited to announce their Food and Justice in Milwaukee Application & More Information
Beginning in August 2016, they will match at least 5 Volunteers with urban agricultural projects to increase the access to food in the Lindsey Heights & Harambee neighborhoods.
Work for the Ohio General Assembly from Dec 2016-Dec 2017!
The Ohio General Assembly is seeking out graduating seniors for a full-time year opportunity. The fellowship program offers two positions: the Legislative position and the Telecommunications position. The LSC Legislative and Telecommunications Fellowship Program is a professional, 13-month paid fellowship that offers college graduates an incomparable opportunity to work with the General Assembly.
Both opportunities (Legislative and Telecommunications) offer an annual base salary of $28,000 with the bonus option of up to $2,000. What makes these positions even better? Enjoy full state of Ohio benefits along with your salary and no prior political experience is required.
The AmeriCorps Ohio College Guides currently has 70 positions available at 9 college access program sponsor sites including Cincinnati Youth Collaborative, College Now Greater Cleveland, Connect to Success at Washington State Community College, Greene County College Success Partnership, I Know I Can, Mahoning Valley College Access Program, Ninde Scholars at Oberlin, Scholarship Central in Zanesville and Stark Education Partnership.
The AmeriCorps Ohio College Guides is a near-peer initiative that places fresh college grads into schools and resource centers across the state to deliver programs and counseling on college and career exploration and financial education to 6th through 12th graders; provide support to 11th and 12th graders on strategic and tactile postsecondary access and financial planning; and facilitate successful postsecondary transitions, persistence and ongoing financial education with high school graduates.
For more opportunities, follow the link on the bottom of the page
The Mount Sinai International Exchange Program for Minority Students is an internship program that selects the best minority students for fully-paid international research internships. Selected students are matched with an international mentor and conduct research in any of various topics. Research projects can include many different disciplines such as public health, epidemiology, cell biology, community-based research or biostatistics. The International Exchange Program emphasizes collaboration and the exchange of scientific and cultural knowledge in an atmosphere of support for diversity.