Are you interested in interning for the Health Promotion office?
This internship will allow you to, Plan, co-facilitate and evaluate Stress Reduction Program weekly programs and eventsPresent stress management workshops and outreach programs to academic classes and student groupsOffer consultation services to students who wish to reduce personal stress and to student leaders who wish to present stress relief programs to other students
This internship requires 8-10 hours per week–for 3 credit internship, occasional evening and weekend hours. Two semester commitment required (Fall 2022 – Spring 2023 semesters)
Interviews for this position will be in April. For more information, contact Sharlynn at email@example.com. If you would like to apply, please email a resume and a cover letter explaining your interest in our program by Wednesday, 3/30.
The Social Media Specialist Intern will work collaboratively with the UUP Buffalo Center Chapter Communications Committee to enhance the social media communication efforts and goals of the chapter.
If social media is your passion, consider joining our team to foster an engaging social presence that reflects the UUP and UUP Buffalo Center chapter brands, while deepening our relationships with our audiences, creating opportunities for them to engage and share their pride.
We are looking for an outstanding candidate to help manage the Buffalo Center chapter’s primary social media channels and create engaging digital content that supports the strategic goals of the union and connects with our audiences.
You would be responsible for:
Planning, coordinating, scheduling, and publishing original and curated posts on the Buffalo Chapter’s social media channels
Monitoring and responding to social posts and comments
Creating engaging written, visual and multimedia social content
Identifying opportunities to create engagement
Support regular reporting on channel and post-performance
Which will be about this ratio:
40% Writing, and curating social content
30% Listening, responding to and helping constituents
10% Strategizing, researching, and planning
10% Analyzing past social performance
10% Collaborating with team members
What we are looking for:
The Social Media Specialist position requires an understanding of institutional social media communications and a high comfort level working on these platforms as a professional.
What you need:
Strong storytelling skills
Strong understanding of and experience using social media (including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn, Snapchat)
Video production skills, esp. knowledge of video editing tools
Excellent writing (esp. for social) and visual (e.g. photo selection, video production) skills
Keen sense of individual responsibility and initiative. Enthusiastic team player.
Able to handle multiple and varied assignments. Effective time manager.
Strong verbal communicator.
Comfortable collaborating with others and taking direction; Respect for authority and diverse viewpoints
UB student in good academic standing
One to two years of experience developing digital content (written, multimedia, visual) or managing social media activity for an organization or corporation on or off campus
Flexibility in working evenings and weekends, monitoring and responding to social media activity
What’s in it for you:
Networking opportunities across the university
Establish a knowledge of communications, experience in non-profit organization, and establishing institutional social media
Enhance written and oral communication and marketing skills
Develop digital marketing and communication skills
Creative work environment
About 10 hours per week of real-world experience over the semester.
If interested, please submit the following documents to Domenic J. Licata at firstname.lastname@example.org:
Cover letter explaining why you are interested in the position
Any relevant samples of previous social media or multimedia work
Need a job this summer that will enhance your resume? The Hillel Summer Internship Program is an 8-week paid internship and cohort experience open to incoming Jewish sophomores, juniors and seniors who are either enrolled in a Buffalo area university or who are from Buffalo and attend school out of town. Students will be placed in internships across Buffalo that match their professional goals and that will provide them with relevant, hands-on experience and mentorship. On Fridays students will participate in professional development and immersive learning experiences, such as a networking power lunch with local Jewish professionals, volunteering with local non-profits, and exploring Buffalo’s start-up scene. Internships are available in a variety of fields in both the non-profit and business sectors. Examples of internship sites for this summer include working with Jewish Family Services on refugee resettlement, producing a music album with Temple Beth Zion, and archival research about the history of Hillel of Buffalo.
West Herr Automotive Group is looking for students interested in a career in business that are ready for a challenging and rewarding internship. The goal of the internship program is to give you a broad understanding of the automotive business as well as gaining valuable, real-world sales and customer service experience. You will learn about the different sales responsibilities including the consultative sales process, lead generation, gathering competitive intelligence and tactics on how to retain & build a business. Our award-winning sales and service teams have made us one of the most recognized and respected companies in Buffalo & Rochester.
Why West Herr:
Perfect opportunity to join a fast-growing company
Work in a high-energy, fast-paced environment that is both competitive and fun
Gain real life hands-on business experience
Assist/shadow top producing salespeople and management
Named Buffalo’s Business First Best Places to Work since 2005
Be assigned a dedicated mentor
Family oriented, locally owned and operated since 1950
Representing 23 brands with 32 locations in Buffalo, Rochester & Syracuse
The largest Automotive dealership in WNY & the 19th largest automotive dealer in the US
Opportunities for career advancement upon graduation
This internship is well-suited for business, finance, communication, marketing, management, and general business majors. This internship will also include additional classroom training that will cover sales techniques and dealership operations. You will be involved in hands on training sessions with the opportunity to implement. West Herr skills are transferable to any business-related field. If you are a student with a desire to succeed within a reputable company, consider applying.
Pursuing a Bachelor’s degree at an accredited college or university.
Must be a self-starter with good time management skills
Have taken a variety of business courses
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
Previous experience involving customer interaction is beneficial
Must be driven and coach-able
Effective written and verbal communication skills
Demonstrated leadership potential
Strong understanding of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
Willingness to travel within the Buffalo area
Must have a clean and valid Driver’s License.
Long-term career opportunities are also available following the internship.
At West Herr, it’s not just a job, it’s a Career.
Interested applicants may email: Sherri Callahan @ email@example.com or submit an application on handshake.
West Herr Automotive Group provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics.
Do you want to inform public policy in Erie County? Hope to gain experience working within a government office? Have an interest in learning about gender, power, and public policy? Want a behind the scenes understanding of how public policy is produced?
This internship course offers advanced undergraduate and graduate students a unique opportunity to contribute to the making of public policy aimed at increasing women’s empowerment in Erie County and to develop practical skills that will empower them on the job market.
This is a very innovative program where the students spend the first 5 weeks of the semester working with an instructor to gain a background in feminist public policy and feminist research methods, and the last 10 weeks working with Karen to produce a policy brief for the Erie County Commission on the Status of Women on a current public policy issue. The last two policy projects were on “Paid Sick-Leave” and “Diversifying the Workforce.” Students get to interview business and community leaders identified as developing best practices associated with the topic and then to produce a policy brief that is used by Dr. Karen King.
We would like to inform you of the 3rd edition of the Fulbright Canada- Mitacs Globalink internship program that will allow exceptional U.S. undergraduate students to do an internship in Canada during the 2022 summer semester.
This programwill provide high performing students with the opportunity to be part of a 10 to 12-week research internship under the supervision of Canadian university faculty members in a variety of academic disciplines, from science, engineering and mathematics to the humanities and social sciences.
Mitacs, our partner in this initiative, is a federally funded, national, not-for-profit organization that has designed and delivered research and training programs in Canada for some 20 years. Working with 70 universities, 6,000 companies, and both federal and provincial governments, they support industrial and social innovation in Canada.
Join ELN for a conversation with Dr. Martins Ogundeji (Executive Director) and Gideon Adeniyi (Program Officer) from Primary Health Care and Management (PriHEMAC) in Oyo State Nigeria. PriHEMAC seeks to promote the health status and well-being of susceptible members of the community with a focus on the elderly as well as mothers and children. PriHEMAC provides day care services, consultancy, advocacy research and partnership activities, and trainings. Learn about past student projects focusing on elderly friendliness, public health, and digital badges, and explore new and emerging opportunities and priorities for engagement.
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Need a job this summer that will enhance your resume? The Hillel Summer Internship Program is an 8-week paid internship and cohort experience open to incoming Jewish sophomores, juniors and seniors who are either enrolled in a Buffalo area university or who are from Buffalo and attend schools out of town. Students will be placed in internships across Buffalo that match their professional goals and that will provide them with relevant, hands-on experience and mentorship. On Fridays students will participate in professional development and immersive learning experiences, such as a networking power lunch with local Jewish professionals, volunteering with local non-profits, and exploring Buffalo’s start-up scene. Internships are available in a variety of fields in both the non-profit and business sectors. Applications are due Wednesday, March 31st. Visit https://www.hillelofbuffalo.org/summer-internship-program for more info and to apply.