The Mission of Global Academic Link (GAL) at Multicultural BRIDGE is a collaborative venture that facilitates and promotes internships, volunteer work locally and internationally. We support students and young professionals in gaining valuable job skills and experiences in a variety of fields throughout the year.
-Candidates are high school, college and emerging professionals who want to study in the U.S.
-Participate in Bridge Training (up to 20 hours)
- International Medical Insurance
-Room, travel and board at own expense
Global Academic Link fees include:
-Search for room and/or host family.
-Search for organizations for internships.
-Support and advice as needed.
-Candidate have to be proficient in English
American Consulate gives information on long and short terms internshipsContact: Pauline.firstname.lastname@example.org
Global Academic Link (GAL)
Teaching Assistant Intern Program—
for students ages 17 and above who are considering an art education career, have previous work experience, and previous experience working with children. Two to eight week internships are available. Interns will assist students and teachers in IS183’s summer camp classrooms, set up student art shows, and gain office experience. Teaching Assistant Interns will receive a $100 weekly stipend and have the opportunity to audit one evening or weekend adult class. Interns who are interested in administrative work at a non-profit organization can gain extended time working in IS183’s office.
Teaching Intern Program—
for college students and graduates who are interested in teaching the arts but have no prior experience or education degree. During this eight week program interns will gain experience in teaching by assisting and observing in IS183’s youth summer camps, attending weekly classes, participating in a seminar series, reflecting on their experiences, and talking with faculty, students, and peers about their teaching and learning experiences. Teaching Interns will gain experience in classroom management, lesson planning, curriculum development, and effective teaching strategies. All Teaching Interns have the opportunity to audit one evening or weekend adult class.
Further detail on the summer internship program and application information is available at www.is183.org/interns, or by contacting Lucie Castaldo, Coordinator of Curriculum Development, at email@example.com.
Intern at a Grassroots Diversity & Inclusion Non-Profit (Multicultural BRIDGE)
If you were going to change the community with the greatest impact, i.e. Transformation, how would you do it? How would you address all three generations and infrastructure?
“True learning is the ability to decide upon change and then follow through with clear mind and steady purpose. True learning is the ability to take action” Richard Heckler-Strozzi
Multicultural BRIDGE offers a comprehensive, unique & customized approach. Bridging cultural norms & contexts.
A resource to both institutions and individuals the mission of BRIDGE is to serve as a catalyst to promote understanding and acceptance among diverse groups, through collaboration, education, training, dialogue, fellowship, advocacy and celebration."
Intern to help us develop a digital archive of all of our two years of On the Bridge articles & blogs and our website. Our ideal candidate is someone who is an enthusiastic team player. Someone that loves community and doing work that has a direct impact on community and individuals. Someone that is positive and appreciates diversity. Someone who is self-motivated and willing to learn.
What You Will Learn:
· How to create an effective digital archive of information, photographs, and literature
· How to maintain an effective blog and possibly how to write an effective article or blog entry.
· How to handle basic Information Technology, including website management & design, requirements in an office setting.
· Much more – you will work closely with JV Hampton-VanSant, our current IT and Media manager, and Kate Abbott, Editor with the Berkshire Weeks section of the Berkshire Eagle.
What We Require:
· Basic knowledge of word processing software. Preferably proficient in Google Drive, but Google App training can be made available by BRIDGE.
· Highly organized, with an ability to prioritize time-sensitive assignments.
· Responsible and good communication skills.
· Creative – not afraid to be a bold and outside the box thinker.
· Love for positive social change.
· Transportation between BRIDGE Office (Lee), BRIDGE Engagement office (Muddy Brook Elementary in Great Barrington) and The Berkshire Eagle (Pittsfield)
If this sounds interesting we want to hear from you.
To apply please submit your resume, cover letter and portfolio to firstname.lastname@example.org elctronically and mail hard copy to Global Academic Link/Multicultural BRIDGE 17 Main St. Suite 2 Lee, MA 01230. 413-394-4029. Pauline Dongala, Coordinator. Gwendolyn VanSant, Executive Director.
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