The Graduate Center offers more than thirty doctoral programs in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences, including History.
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including Distinguished Professor David Joselit (pictured),
on the Faculty Profiles page.
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Bildner Center for Western Hemisphere Studies Job Posts Fall 2014
Are you looking to expand your horizons and knowledge about Latin America, especially, Brazil and Cuba and at the same time give you real work experience? If you are open to learn and acquire a good set of communication skills, look no further. The Bildner Center offers the following internships:
Writing and Office Intern (12-16 hrs/week)
Job Description: Assist with research, grant and report writing as well as some general office duties such as data entry and clean-up..
Skill Requirements: ability to follow instructions for conducting detailed and thorough print and online research; highly detail-oriented with excellent written and verbal communication skills; ability to produce clear and well organized summaries and reports on research findings; excellent computer skills; good team player.
Web Intern (12-16 hrs/week)
Job Description: updating and maintaining web site; taking pictures at events and posting them on social media; editing and posting taped events on YouTube.
Skill Requirements: excellent organizational and communication skills; working knowledge of WordPress and Adobe Suite (InDesign and Photoshop); highly detail-oriented; ability to follow instructions and translate them into web pages; good team player.
Event Coordinator Assistant Intern (12-16 hrs/week)
Job Description: work closely with the director in coordinating the Center’s events. Communicate with speakers and guests over the phone and via email, make room reservations and request room setup with AV & Facilities Departments, order refreshments, etc. Promote events via email and using MadMimi, a web application.
Skill Requirements: excellent planning, organizational and communication skills; highly detail-oriented; ability to follow instructions and work under pressure; Spanish or/and Portuguese desirable; good team player.
Please email a letter of interest with your resume to Rosalina Lopez at firstname.lastname@example.org.