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
GIS Deaf Blind Paraprofessional
Provide access services to DeafBlind students at Gallaudet University for non-academic events such as workshops, sports, and Student organization-sponsored events, and informal social/educational workshops. Services include communication facilitation in non-academic settings, guiding services, and translation of printed materials such as fliers around campus.
Note Takers - Art, Communication, and Theater Department
Graduate students needed to take minutes for Art Program meetings on every Tuesday (Common Time) from 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm. Information shared in meetings is to be confidential.
Peer Health Advocate - Health and Wellness Programs
Peer Health Advocates (PHAs) are student paraprofessionals who receive extensive training in a variety of health issues, presentation methods, and referrals. PHAs are primarily responsible for educating about and advocating health and wellness for the student population through a variety of individual, group, and community strategies including, but not limited to, individual appointments, workshops, booths, banners, fliers, bulletin boards, bathroom tips, newsletters, dramatic performances, games, and role plays.
Physical Education & Recreation Student Worker - Department of Physical Education and Recreation
Support the department by planning and scheduling videotape recording sessions on electronic equipment of a variety of classes. Preparing films and DVDs for presentations. Cataloging and maintaining a library of media devices. The ability to use Apple iMovie in creating videos and editing for upload to website.
Sustainability Intern - Facilities
Helps minimize the negative environmental impact of operations. Works with management to develop an overall sustainability program. Monitors the progress of these programs and educates employees on how to incorporate greener practices into their day-to-day work. Makes recommendations on any aspect of operations that may help to meet this goal. Needs to be familiar with scientific principles behind sustainability, as well as environmental regulatory standards and compliance rules.
Off Campus Opportunities
Business/Liberal Art Internship - Booz Allen Hamilton
Multiple roles available leveraging your experience and course work within a supportive team environment. Individual roles may include quantitative/financial analysis, cloud analysis (Big Data), strategic communications, change management, instructional systems design, human capital management, intelligence analysis, business process re-engineering, process improvement, lean six-sigma, and knowledge management.
CFJ Summer 2015 Undergraduate Internship - American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
The Center for Justice (CFJ) of the ACLU's National Office in Washington, DC seeks undergraduate interns for the Summer of 2015. A stipend is available for those students who do not receive outside funding and/or course credit. Interns will have the opportunity to gain valuable experience by working alongside the Center for Justice team. They will also learn about building and supporting strategic legislative and advocacy campaigns. Work will include research and writing assignments supporting the ACLU's campaign to end mass incarceration; and supporting efforts to develop advocacy strategies on reforming the militarization of policing in the U.S.
Development Intern - Epilepsy Foundation
The Epilepsy Foundation is seeking an outgoing, organized Development (Fund-raising) Intern to assist the Development Department with fund-raising efforts. If you have a high level of energy and focus and can take a project from A to Z, then the foundation is looking for you. The ideal candidate will have at least 15 hours a week that they can devote to working in the Landover office. All college level students will be considered, however a second year student or above is preferred.