Internships and Jobs
On-Campus and Off-Campus Internship and Job Opportunities
There are various on and off campus internship and employment opportunities for Gallaudet students. Below are samples of positions currently available. Access the Bison CareerLink for more information and to apply to these positions. Check this page often, as it is updated weekly throughout the school year.
Gallaudet On-Campus Part-Time Opportunities
Peer Career Advisor, Career Center
Provide assistance with resume review. Develop marketing material for Career Center events. Manage appointments made by students with Career Consultants. Utilize Bison CareerLink (BCL). Provide training to students on using BCL. Assist in GSR 110 Career Development class. Monitor, route and respond to Career Center email. Design and update Career Center bulletin boards. Refer students to appropriate career-related resources. Keep books and materials updated and in appropriate order on shelves. Assist with faxing, filing and mailings. Assist with office-related tasks and projects. Possess computer skills necessary for performing various projects. Present good VP manners with incoming and outgoing calls. Assume other responsibilities as assigned.
Chemistry Laboratory Assistant, Chemistry and Physics Program
This position is for students who have chemistry laboratory experience. Seeking to hire a student for part-time work during the Fall semester. The person hired should be familiar with chemistry equipment, handling chemicals and laboratory vocabulary. One mail focus of the Fall work will be organization and preparation for laboratory renovation which will take place during Spring and Summer 2015.
Research Assistant, Department of Education
Works with the Project Director and other staff. Should have working knowledge (or willing to learn) of Microsoft Office or/and i Work, Filemaker Pro or Access, and software related to media editing and publicity; and work with a computer and internet comfortably.
Graduate Student Office Assistant, Technology Services
Provides assistance with incoming voice and VP calls to the University; provides general office support for the main Technology Office to include: electronically filing various forms and documents; greeting visitors; distributing daily mail; assisting with errands and deliveries; assisting with various projects and events; and ensuring that confidentiality is maintained at all times when handling highly confidential and sensitive information.
Note-Taker, Office for Students With Disabilities
Responsible for documenting in a concise but complete manner what transpires during class. Note-takers may be (but are not required to be) enrolled in the class as a student. Note-takers must be able to maintain confidentiality with regard to the identity of the student who is receiving the notes and be able to function in a professional manner when communicating with the student and/or professor.
Off Campus Opportunities
Office of the Librarian of Congress Internship
The Administrative Intern for the Office of the Librarian of Congress will perform general administrative, and/or library aide-type duties, with any combination of the following being representative: assist individual staff as needed in addressing program management needs; perform research on program requirements and policy issues; receive incoming materials and determine proper distribution; perform other administrative and library aide-type duties as necessary or as assigned by designated supervisor.
Hughes Data Consulting
Internet Researcher - Internet research and information organization. Hughes Data Consulting is a data analysis organization with some side projects in accessibility for older adults. Collect basic contact information along with some simple analysis of local and national organizations targeted at older adults. Ideal candidate would be very familiar with MS Excel and Access, however, primarily looking for an organized person who is good at internet research.
ASL Tutor - Hughes Data Consulting owners are seeking an ASL tutor to help developing basic ASL skills to communicate with deaf co-workers and relatives. Company is located near campus. Tutoring sessions would be once or twice per week.
White House Internship Program Spring 2015 Application
The Spring 2015 application is open and the application deadline is September 7, 2014. The White House Internship Program's mission is to make the "People's House" accessible to future leaders from around the nation. This hands-on program is designed to mentor and cultivate today's young leaders, strengthen understanding of the Executive Office of the President, and engage in public service opportunities. Please visit www.whitehouse.gov/internships for detailed information about eligibility, the program, the application process, and the departments that participate in the program.