Interested in a seasonal job at Old Navy? Come to an info session this week to learn about the position, how to apply, and when to interview!
WHEN? Thursday, Oct. 12th in Mr. Barclay’s room (Room 201 at DVD) at lunch
Interested in learning more about film production, editing, and working with professionals? Apply for this on-site, after school internship with Derrick Comedy Productions. You will be interning remotely with a cohort of other Da Vinci interns on projects assigned by Derrick Comedy Productions on Tuesdays from 4-8pm at Da Vinci Science.
To apply, send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org saved as a pdf entitled “first name_last name_resume” and “first name_last name_cover letter” by Sept. 22nd.
The deadline has been extended until Sunday, April 23rd at midnight for the below internship positions. To apply, please send Natasha Morse (email@example.com) your resume and cover letter saved in pdf format as “first name last name resume” and “first name last name cover letter”.
You will also need to attend the Internship Interview Fair next Wednesday, 4/26 from 4:00pm-5:30pm at Da Vinci Design/Communications.
You can find more resources and information at www.dvrealworldlearning.com
INTERNSHIPS STILL AVAILABLE:
Susan G. Komen: Susan G. Komen is the most widely known, largest and best-funded breast cancer organization in the United States. Since its inception in 1982, Komen has raised and donated nearly $1.5 billion for breast cancer education, research, advocacy, health services and social support programs in the U.S. and through partnerships in more than 50 countries. If you are interested in health sciences, non-profit, medical, and/or marketing then you will love this internship! Interns will support the day to day operations of Susan G. Komen through event planning, creation of flyers/posters, calling database. Interns will also attend some Race for the Cure events where they will help set up and pass out health information.
Habitat for Humanity: Habitat for Humanity is non-profit organization dedicated to the mission of eliminating sub-standard housing in the greater LA area and throughout the world. The Torrance “ReStore” is a Home-Improvement Thrift Store, which serves as a funding source for Habitat for Humanity. If you have an interest in marketing, non-profit, and/design, you will love this internship! The internships available are:
Farmer Mark Farmer’s Markets: Farmer Mark runs and operates farmer’s markets around Los Angeles. He operates five certified farmers’ markets and a non-profit organization Sprouts of Promise. If you love the environment, community, and local food this internship is for you! Interns will work with the market manager on various tasks such as logistics, communication with the farmers and vendors, greeting customers, social media posts, working the information booth, beginning and end of the market set up and breakdown, and market counts and documentation.
New Earth: New Earth is a non profit that empowers juvenile justice youth ages 13-25 to transform their lives, move toward positive, healthier life choices, and realize their full potential as contributing members of our community. They are looking for the following types of interns:
FIDM: FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising is a design college that is a force in the Fashion, Graphics, Interior Design and Entertainment Industries. If you love marketing and/or fashion, this internship is for you!
Teens Exploring Technology (http://exploringtech.org) has a FREE, 12-week computer science and entrepreneurship program that teaches young men of color how to use code and entrepreneurship to solve community problems and develop into new leaders. Students will have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet tech leaders in Silicon Valley and Silicon Beach.
Apply by Saturday, April 29th
Apply for a summer internship by April 17th!
Opportunities are live on http://www.dvrealworldlearning.com/internship-opportunities.html
April 17th: Applications due
April 26th: Mandatory Internship Interview Fair from 4:00pm-5:30pm at Da Vinci Design with companies/managers to match students with internship placements.
Other internship details:
DATES: Internships run from July 3rd – August 11th (6 weeks)
HOURS: 10 to 20 hours per week. Students will create schedule with their manager. If students have a few days that they cannot attend due to family vacations, etc. that is fine as long as they let Natasha and their manager know in advance.
ELIGIBILITY: Students must be eligible to receive a work permit to participate in the internship program. To receive a work permit, students are required to:
SCHOOL CREDIT: Students have the opportunity to earn 5 pass/fail credits for completing an internship.
Questions or Concerns?
Reach out to Natasha Morse at firstname.lastname@example.org