College of Natural Resources, UC Berkeley

Jobs and Internships 9/17/10

September 13, 2010

I. Berkeley Student Food Collective
II. Custodial Project Intern
III. Institute for Humane Studies at George Mason University :Scholarships & Paid Internships
IV. IHS Journalism Internship Program
V. Public Policy Internships
VI. Humane Studies Fellowships

I. Berkeley Student Food Collective
Berkeley Student Food Collective is looking for a Store Operations Manager! You would be a paid staff member overseeing day to day operations of the storefront including overseeing assistant volunteers and ordering inventory. Please contact jobs@foodcollective.org for more information.


II. Custodial Project Intern
The goal of the Custodial Communications Project is to bridge the gap between custodial staff and building inhabitants in order to promote sustainability efforts and communication, as well as increase mutual respect and appreciation for the work of both groups. The intern's major job will be to facilitate meetings with custodians, Physical Plant staff, and building managers as well as to compile a "Meet your Custodian" newsletter. This leadership role is a great way to get involved on campus. The intern will receive a stipend of $3000. For more information, click here.


III. Institute for Humane Studies at George Mason University :Scholarships & Paid Internships
For almost 50 years, the Institute for Humane Studies has helped undergraduate and graduate students who value free markets and individual liberty accomplish their educational and career goals. Among our programs are paid internships at policy organizations and news outlets and scholarships for students planning academic careers with liberty-advancing research interests.

IV. IHS Journalism Internship Program
Paid journalism internships for talented writers who support free markets, individual rights, and peace. Opportunities at nonprofit newsrooms, major media networks, newspapers, and new media sites. Applicants may also apply for funding for internships secured on their own. Program includes a stipend plus housing and travel assistance, and a seminar on freedom of the press. Apply by November 15 for spring and by January 31 for summer. www.TheIHS.org/journalism

V. Public Policy Internships
Paid summer internships at more than 100 think tanks and policy organizations across the US. A comprehensive program that includes two career workshops in Washington, DC, and weekly lectures by academics and policy professionals. Professional guidance on writing policy pieces and interviewing. Stipend plus housing and travel assistance. Apply by January 31. www.TheIHS.org/publicpolicy

VI. Humane Studies Fellowships
Awards of up to $15,000 for graduate students and outstanding undergraduates pursuing academic careers whose work advances a free society. Recent award winners are studying topics such as the relationship between utopianism and liberalism and the concept of civility in 17th Century Anglo-American political thought. Apply by December 31. www.TheIHS.org/hsf