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American Energy Consultants Local, Paid Internship Opportunity and open  to all majors Start Date - May 19 | Term: 12 Week internship program | Hours: 20-30 hours, 3-4 days per weekTopics: energy efficiency, sustainable energy productions (PV, solar, geo, wind, New tech), marketing, finance, public policy, residential energy, engineering/design.

Certifications: every intern will have the opportunity to be certified as a BPI Building Analyst ($3000+ value)

Compensation: $1600 in living stipend with Scholarship: Interns that perform above and beyond the call of duty will be awarded a $1000 scholarship at the end of the Internship

May 1 application deadline, but candidates will be looked at on a rolling basis beginning immediately

 Job Description

  • Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley's "EmPower Maryland" initiative and it's relation to the home energy audit process
  • Typical home energy problems and all common solutions
  • The potential benefits of a plethora of alternative energy technologies
  • How to interact in a professional environment

 Potential Duties (will work with interns to place them where they are most satisfied/most useful):

  • Event, face-to-face, leave-behind, radio, tv, paper, web, and social media marketing
  • Professional shadowing/assistance
  • Innovation and engineering design
  • Other minor roles could include: finance, real estate, tech-support/design, systems engineering
  • To apply send resume, cover letter and brief statement (300 words or less) on "What sustainability means to you" to interns@reduceelectricnow.com

The Chronicle of Higher Education is seeking four interns for the fall 2014 session, which will begin in September and last through December. The Chronicle's internships aim to give current undergraduates and recent college graduates the opportunity to gain professional experience at the No. 1 source for news about higher education.

Applicants must show a strong interest in pursuing a career in journalism with relevant coursework or prior experience. The internships are full-time in our Washington, D.C. office. In addition to a $500 weekly stipend, academic credit can often be arranged.

For more information click here!

Atlantic Heritage, seeks summer interns to assist with the production of measured record drawings for an especially important and intact 18th-century historic structure near Leonardtown, MD. Interns will gain hands-on experience using both standard and digital technologies for producing archival quality documents. These are unpaid internships with credit hours offered through SMCM.

For more information and to apply, contact 
Museum Studies minors may wish to use this internship to apply for a Sullivan Scholarship.

Outdoor Internships

The Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, Whooping Crane Program,  located in Laurel Maryland is looking for four students interested in a summer internship rearing whooping crane chicks to be released into the wild. 
 The student will be doing a variety of things related to crane husbandry.  They will be exercising chicks, cleaning pens, observing video, feeding chicks and doing pen repairs.  Most of this work will be done in costume.  
The Center will provide free housing, you will be responsible for your food.  This is not a paid internship.  If interested please call Jonathan Male at 301-497-5752, or e-mailJonathan_Male@usgs.gov

Archive and Publishing Internships

Southern Maryland Publishing is accepting applications for a summer internship opportunity. They have 2 positions in St. Mary's and 1 in Calvert. The deadline is May 1st. Click here for more information.