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  1. Tanglewood Jobs

    April 20, 2016 by careers

    Many summer positions at this summer music festival in Lenox.

    A recruiter will be on campus, in the cafeteria, on Thursday, April 28, 10-2.

    Bring a resume and be ready to discuss the jobs and yourself.

    See the Boston Symphony Orchestra site for job information.

  2. Guardian Summer Internship/BCC Students

    April 19, 2016 by careers

    We are extending the application deadline to the end of this week, Friday, April 22.  This internship is for BCC students interested in business/finance.


    We are opening the opportunity to non-MMFL students in order to fill these internship opportunities. Please have Berkshire Community College students submit a resume, cover letter, and academic letter of recommendation from an instructor (preferably, a personal finance instructor, if possible) by the end of the week.


    The online application can be found here:



    Please see the career counselor at BCC for assistance with resume, etc.   236-1605


  3. Money Management for Life Paid Summer Internship

    April 8, 2016 by careers

    Money Management for Life Paid Summer Internship at Guardian in Pittsfield. This internship is open to students who have taken the Money Management course.

    If interested, please contact Professor Wendy Meehan at

    Please note, the deadline is April 15.

  4. U.S. Probation Office – District of Massachusetts Student Internship

    March 22, 2016 by careers





    Position Title: Student Intern {UA Tech}

    Position Type: Full-Time, Temporary (FTT), Excepted Service

    Announcement #: #16-03

    Location: Boston, Massachusetts

    Classification Level: CL 21 – 22 (minimum $10.83/hour with a target rate of $13.90/hour, depending on experience)

    Opens: March 21, 2016 Closes: Open until filled {Preference when applying by 4/4}


    The student intern will provide general and administrative support to officers and clerical staff in the Probation and Pretrial Services Office for the District of Massachusetts. Hours of the position will be a flexible 40 hours/week, Monday – Friday, as determined by the student intern in coordination with the supervising Officer. The term of appointment is anticipated to start in April/May.


    The student intern will work primarily to collect urine specimens from male defendants and offenders at the U.S. Probation & Pretrial Services Office in Boston, with occasional assignment to satellite offices, under the direct supervision of an experienced Probation Officer. The collection process includes the visual observation of male defendants and offenders as they provide urine samples. Direct visual observation is required in order to insure the validity of the test and minimize the risk of adulteration by the defendant or offender. The student will also collect urine samples from female defendants and offenders in the absence of a female officer using an un-observed screening process. The student will maintain accurate records of the drug screens, including an intake of the subjects’ medications and the documentation of any stated illegal drug use. The student intern will be trained in applicable agency policy and protocol. The student intern may be required to testify in court as to the delivery of drug screening protocols, including the execution of the chain of custody documents. The student intern will also perform such functions as filing, copying, scanning, distributing mail, inputting data, answering phones, assembling reports, greeting visitors and clients, as well as other duties, as assigned. The student intern may also attend court to observe hearings, witness court related activities related to the sentencing process, and occasionally accompany an officer to an affiliated program site or field office.


    • Knowledge of the criminal justice system and legal terminology.
    • Proficient computer skills and an understanding of software applications in a Windows environment.
    • Ability to follow instructions and adhere to office policies.
    • Ability to organize and prioritize work.
    • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
    • Broad knowledge of proper spelling and grammar usage.
    • Interest in public service.


    As a condition of employment, the selected candidate must successfully complete a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) background investigation, defined as a technical fingerprint search of the criminal history records of the FBI national fingerprint database.


    A generous benefits package is available and includes the following:

    • Ten (10) paid federal holidays
    • Paid annual and sick leave
    • Retirement benefits under the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS)
    • Health benefits under the Federal Employees’ Health Benefits Program (FEHB)
    • Dental and Vision insurance options under the Federal Employees Vision and Dental Insurance Program (FEDVIP)
    • Flexible Benefits Program
    • Life insurance benefits under the Federal Employees’ Group Life Insurance Program (FEGLI)
    • Long Term Care Insurance through the Office of Personnel Management (OPM)


    Applicants meeting the minimum qualifications will be invited in for one or more personal interviews.

    HOW TO APPLY: Submit a letter of interest, AO-78, Application for Federal Judicial Branch Employment (version dated 10/09), and current resume to:

    United States Probation & Pretrial Services Office

    U.S. District Court, Massachusetts

    Attn: Susan Mohr, Human Resources Director

    Student Intern (UA Tech} – #16-03

    John Joseph Moakley U.S. Courthouse

    1 Courthouse Way, Suite 2300

    Boston, MA 02210


    Position is open until filled, but preference to applications submitted by April 4, 2016.

    Applicant packets also accepted by e-mail:

    Note: If you apply by e-mail, please make certain the code HR Mail, Vacancy #16-03, Student Intern {UA Tech} appears in the subject line of your e-mail correspondence to

    The AO-78 Application for Federal Judicial Branch Employment (dated as effective 10/09) can be found on the employment page of the U.S. District Court’s website at

    Applicants who fail to submit all the requested documents may lose consideration for employment.


    Employees of the United States District Court are appointed in the excepted service, are considered “at-will” employees, and serve at the pleasure of the Court. All Court employees are required to adhere to a Code of Conduct, copies of which are available upon request. An applicant must be a United States Citizen or permanently eligible to work in the United States. The United States District Court is a part of the Judicial Branch of the United States government. Although comparable to the Executive Branch (civil service) in salary, leave accrual, health benefits, life insurance benefits, and retirement benefits, generally court employees are not subject to the many statutory and regulatory provisions that govern civil service employment. The U. S. Probation & Pretrial Services Office reserves the right to modify the conditions of this job announcement or to withdraw the job announcement or to fill the position earlier than the closing date, if a closing date is shown, any of which actions may occur without any prior written notice. This job announcement may involve filling more than one position described herein. Applicants who do not submit all requested materials by the closing date of this announcement may lose consideration for the position. The Federal Financial Management Reform Act requires direct deposit of federal wages. Completion of a six-month probationary period is required.

    Due to the expected high volume of applicants for this position, the U.S. District Court will only make contact with those qualified applicants who will be invited to interview.


  5. Internships Available at IS183 Art School of the Berkshires

    February 22, 2016 by careers

    Summer Internships Available

    Apply Now!

    IS183 Art School of the Berkshires is now accepting applications for intern positions for its Summer Young Artist Program!

    June 27th –August 12th

    Weekdays, 8:30 a. m. to 4:30 p.m.

    Two to eight week internships are available for students ages 17 and above.

    Intern-in-Training (IIT) Open to ages 14-15

    Interns in Training commit to a minimum of two weeks working with IS183’s youngest campers; assisting teachers and campers in projects, supervising camps, and helping with set up, clean up, and art show installation.

    Teaching Assistant Intern (TA) Open to ages 16+

    Teaching Assistant Interns will assist students and teachers in IS183’s summer camp classrooms, set up student art shows, and gain office experience weekly. TAs will be expected to supervise students in specific age groups ranging from 3-14 years and interact with parents, staff, faculty, and fellow interns, so strong interpersonal skills are a must. TAs will receive a $100 weekly stipend, job skills training, and have the opportunity to audit one evening or weekend adult class. Babysitter training course completion and/or first aid/CPR training preferred. A valid driver’s license and a reliable means of transportation that can be used for work is required.

    Administrative Internship Open to ages 16+

    An opportunity available year-round to students interested in learning the ins and outs of a non-profit organization office. Flexible hours.

    How to Apply

    Send the following to Lucie Castaldo, Associate Program Director, at or by mail to IS183 Art School, PO Box 1400, Stockbridge, MA, 01262:

     A brief letter summarizing your interest in being a part of IS183’s Young Artist Program

     A resume outlining academic focus, employment, and volunteer activities

     Contact information for two professional or academic references

    For More Information:


  6. NASA Internships for Students

    February 8, 2016 by careers

    NASA internships are in specific locations which is included in its description within the link below:

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