Department: Application deadline August 1, 2013
Hours per week: 18-20 hours per week
Work hours: flexible
Work days: flexible
Responsibilities: Conduct in-depth research and analyses on a variety of key sustainability issues
Qualifications: Researching case studies, readings, and articles around Sustainability and how it relates to 8 different course criteria
Support the creation of powerpoint presentations and supporting in-person speaking engagements
General Office Management; Perform various administrative tasks
Proven research experience
Excellent writing, editing and proofreading skills
Business/Executive summary writing experience. Not just academic.
Demonstrated interest in sustainability as it applies to business management
Proficient in MS Office suite and PowerPoint, Excel skills necessary
Quick learner, willingness to take on any task (e.g. data entry, answering phones
Solid work ethic, positive attitude, high standard of professionalism
recent college or recently graduated students
Company: 501 Commons
Address: 510 Second Avenue West, Seattle, WA 98119
Department: United Way Volunteer Impact Partnership Manager Corps
Duration: 8 months
Hours per week: 10
Responsibilities: Each VMC Member will be matched with a local nonprofit where you will help assess volunteer program needs and implement solutions that will develop or enhance the volunteer program over the long haul.
Qualifications: A successful candidate would have experience working in an office environment, proficient computer skills, effective written and oral communication, and the ability to work 10 hours per week during standard office hours. We are particularly interested in applicants who have volunteer management experience, human resource skills, experience working with volunteers and/or groups, or who possess significant experience as a community volunteer.
Department: SPU Web Team
Hours per week: varies
Work days: M-F
Responsibilities: Format and publish new web content, Edit existing web content to meet changing business priorities and needs, Identify areas where web content is missing or inadequate and create new content, Edit and prep non-text content (photos, videos, graphic
Qualifications: Familiarity with web usability principles
Excellent web writing skills
Basic understanding of HTML
Basic understanding of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
Basic photography ability
Experience with Adobe Dreamweaver and Photoshop
must be undergraduate level students, pursuing a degree or certificate in Information Technology, Web, Communications, Multimedia / Digital Communications, Visual Communitions or closely related studies.
Students must be enrolled full-time for the equivalent of 12 credit hours for the duration of the internship. Exception: The student does not need to be enrolled over the summer but will need to provide proof they are a continuing student and pre-registered for fall quarter. Student must maintain a 2.0 GPA.