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Intern with LAPP!

Intern with LAPP!

Intern with LAPP! Los Angeles Performance Practice is hiring a Producing + Advancement Intern through the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture Arts Internship Program, June to December 2024. Our intern will make meaningful contributions towards LAPP's individual giving, grant writing, and communications, supporting our artist-driven programs and projects. If you (or someone you know) is passionate about the arts and is a CURRENT UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT or GRADUATING IN SPRING 2024, we want to hear from you! Other criteria apply. This is a paid position averaging about 20 hours a week. For full details and application information, please visit

Please submit a thoughtful letter of interest after researching our organization, along with a current resume including your pronouns, to hello@performancepractice.orgPlease note that this opportunity is only open to current undergraduate students or those graduating an undergraduate program in spring of 2024. Please ensure you check ALL eligibility on the County’s website before submitting.

Senator Scott Wilk District Internship Program

Senator Scott Wilk District Internship Program
Internship Opportunity: Senator Scott Wilk

The office of Senator Scott Wilk is proud to announce an excited internship opportunity at the Antelope Valley office for Senator Scott Wilk. Our twelve-week program is designed to provide interns with a firsthand look at the inner workings of a legislative office and with opportunities to fully participate in much of the work our office does. This program is not only fully authorized by the CA State Senate, but the Senate also adopted the method we developed for building an internship program as the basis for all other offices to begin their internship programs! 

The main focus areas for our program are: 

Administration: Interns will perform all of the administrative duties that come with working in a professional setting. No matter the career path chosen, this internship's professional office experience will enhance any application for a professional job. Interns will learn basic administrative skills (answering phones, email, etc.) and the crucial skills of organization, customer service, calendaring, and Microsoft Office proficiency.

Field Work: Interns will be assigned a Field Representative Mentor and will join their mentor as they do field work. This may include presenting certificates of recognition, attending meetings, community events, grand openings, or other opportunities where they will represent the Senator in the community. Interns will learn public speaking, networking, presenting, and collaboration.

Casework: Interns will assist in casework, which is the most significant direct impact a legislative office can have on an individual constituent. They will process constituent inquiries through the official Legislative Constituent Management System (for which they will have their own personal login) and generate official correspondence. Interns will develop extensive database management skills and the ability to handle sensitive information with discretion. 

Legislative Analysis: Interns will research and analyze past and current legislation and generate evaluative reports. Throughout the program, interns will draft their own bill, which they will submit to the Legislative Director for review and consideration. They will learn advanced report writing and develop critical thinking, research, and analytical skills.

Professional Development: Over the course of the program, interns will perform a number of projects designed to promote their overall professional development and assist them in their future careers. Interns will acquire resume writing and interview skills, as well as learn professionalism, time management, adaptability, prioritization, and teamwork.

Our internship program is designed to be a well-rounded experience, combining excellent opportunities with practical career development. Interns from our program have held a myriad of positions in both the Senate and the Assembly, as schedulers, field reps, legislative aides, and even legislative directors. Outside of the legislature, our office interns have gone on to work as college office administrators and communication directors, and many have found success in campaigns as campaign coordinators and even campaign managers. 


Our Timeline:

Applications are due Sunday, April 28th at 11:59 pm. 

The First Round of interviews will be held the week of May 6th.

The Second Round of interviews will be held the week of May 13th.

Internship awards will go out on Friday, May 24th by phone call and email.

Our Twelve-week Internship Program will start on June 10th and run through August 30th, completing 225 hours throughout the internship.


The application can be found by going directly to our senate website at or by scanning the QR Code on the flyer.

Please reach out to Sydney.Hill@Sen.Ca.Gov or call our office at (661) 729-6232 for more information.

Summer Camp Jobs - Work at Jay Nolan Camp

Summer Camp Jobs - Work at Jay Nolan Camp!

Welcome to Jay Nolan Camp – where inclusivity takes center stage! Nestled in the picturesque surroundings of Lions Camp at Teresita Pines in Wrightwood, CA, Jay Nolan Camp is a unique and enriching experience for children of all abilities.

At Jay Nolan Camp, we believe in fostering an environment that celebrates diversity and empowers every child to embrace their individuality. Our inclusive camp is designed for kids with and without disabilities where every child is valued, accepted, and given the opportunity to thrive. Our focus on inclusivity and neurodiversity is designed to create a setting where young minds can learn, play, and grow together.

Join our team & make a difference in the lives of young campers with and without disabilities!

*Must be available for all-staff in-person training: July 13-14, 2024.

Located in Wrightwood, CA, Jay Nolan Camp is California's most inclusive sleepaway camp. We provide an incredible camp experience to children (ages 8-15) with and without disabilities. Join our team of dedicated camp counselors today!

For more info, detailed eligibility requirements, and application deadlines, visit:

Questions? email: or call 818-361-6400

Getty Marrow Undergraduate Summer Internship

Getty Marrow Undergraduate Internships

Each year the Getty Foundation funds full-time, paid summer internships (10 weeks) at the Getty and other cultural organizations throughout L.A. County. The program is intended for students from cultural groups that are underrepresented in museums and visual arts organizations, including, but not limited to, individuals of African American, Asian, Latino/Hispanic, Native American, or Pacific Islander descent.

For more info, detailed eligibility requirements, and application deadlines, visit:

Questions? email: 

Foreign Affairs IT Fellowship 

Foreign Affairs IT Fellowship

If you want to use your tech skills to make a difference, see the world, and experience different cultures, the Foreign Affairs IT (FAIT) Fellowship is an opportunity of a lifetime. Funded by the U.S. Department of State, this two-year Fellowship program is a path to a career in the Foreign Service by providing academic funding for an IT-related degree, internships, professional development and mentorship – culminating in an appointment in the Foreign Service as an Information Management Specialist (IMS).

The program is designed for highly talented individuals who want to pursue an IT-related undergraduate or graduate degree (such as computer science, information technology, cybersecurity, computer engineering, IT services administration, and computer systems networking and more), and a career in the Foreign Service.

The two-year fellowship program provides:

  • Up to $43,500 annually (for two years) in academic funding for tuition, room and board, books, mandatory fees and some travel expense (see eligibility requirements).
  • Stipends, housing and travel allowances for the two summer internships: A domestic internship in Washington, D.C., at the U.S. Department of State and an overseas internship at a U.S. Embassy or Consulate.
  • Personalized mentoring and professional development opportunities throughout the program.

Upon successful completion of the fellowship program and the State Department’s entry requirements, fellows receive an appointment in the Foreign Service as an Information Management Specialist.  Fellows agree to a five-year commitment upon entry into the Foreign Service.

For more info, detailed eligibility requirements, and application deadlines, visit:

Questions? email: or call (202) 238-7920



Veterans' Internship Program

The Veterans’ Internship Program provides paid internships for qualified veterans of the Armed Forces of the United States. The internships afford veterans with on‑the‑job training and work experience that will enable them to effectively compete for permanent County positions. Depending on the job, veterans can be hired for a 12 to 24 month on‑the‑job training program in the specialties below. 

Veterans who participate in the internship program will receive the following benefits:

  • Competitive salary during the internship
  • Medical and dental benefits
  • Paid vacation and holidays
  • Technical job training and guidance on workplace behavior, competencies, individual responsibilities, and development of occupational skill sets.

Upon successful completion of their internship, veterans will be eligible to compete for permanent County positions.

For more info, detailed eligibility requirements, and application deadlines, visit:

Questions? email: or call (213) 974-2382

Academic Internship Program

Academic Internship Program

The Academic Internship Program is designed to place college/ university students within County departments as student interns for the completion of specific projects, research, or studies ordered by the Board of Supervisors or developed by a County department. These internships are unpaid and projects are carefully designed to offer each intern a practical and meaningful internship experience. Participants normally spend 8- 16 hours per week at their internship unless noted differently on the project description.

Academic Internship applicants must be students who are currently enrolled in good academic standing and will be completing their internships for academic credit at a partnering college/university. Upon joining the program, interns must be able to provide their own transportation to and from the internship site. As a general rule, interns are expected to be available at least 8 hours a week.

For more info, detailed eligibility requirements, and application deadlines, visit:

Questions? email: or call (213) 974-2382

Immigrants Rising Scholarships and Fellowships

Immigrants Rising Scholarships and Fellowships

Founded in 2006, Immigrants Rising transforms individuals and fuels broader changes. With resources and support, undocumented people are able to get an education, pursue careers, and build a brighter future for themselves and their community. There are many scholarships and fellowships that do not require proof of citizenship. Use Immigrants Rising’s List of Scholarships and Fellowships along with additional databases to identify the ones you are eligible to apply for. Our lists have about 500 scholarships and 100 fellowships open to undocumented folks, so there’s something out there for you!

For more info, detailed eligibility requirements, and application deadlines, visit:

Questions? Visit Immigrants Rising's contact page for the appropriate contact person(s).

Los Angeles Dodgers Internship Program

LA Dodgers Internships

The LA Dodgers 12-week internship program provides students with knowledge of the sports industry, a network of industry experts, and real-world, hands-on experience in a dynamic environment. Hone your craft through team collaboration, networking events and more. Internship opportunities include multiple departments and roles within the Dodgers organization.

For more info, detailed eligibility requirements, and application deadlines, visit:

Questions? Please email

Lockheed Martin Internships

Lockheed Martin Internships

We understand that interns are the future of the organization and those that will be innovating technologies to fulfill the needs of our customers.

Our internship program offers a wide variety of opportunities across multiple business areas, including engineering, finance, supply chain, marketing, and more. As an intern at Lockheed Martin, you will have the opportunity to work on real projects alongside experienced professionals, allowing you to gain valuable hands-on experience and develop your skills.

In addition to your day-to-day responsibilities, our internship program includes professional development opportunities such as leadership training, networking events, and mentorship. We believe in investing in our interns and providing them with the tools they need to succeed not only during their time with us, but in their future careers as well.

For more info, detailed eligibility requirements, and application deadlines, visit:

Kaiser Permanente Apothecary Circle Pharmacy Program (ACP) - 2024 Summer Internship

Apothecary Circle Program

The Kaiser Permanente Apothecary Circle Pharmacy Program was created to enhance the knowledge of the profession of pharmacy for underrepresented pre-pharmacy students.

The mission of the Kaiser Permanente Apothecary Circle Program (ACP) is to assist pre-pharmacy students who are under-represented among pharmacists in the United States. Examples are LatinX, African American and Native American. Our goal is to help our students become the best pharmacy school candidates possible. Candidates chosen are usually college juniors, seniors or graduate students completing pharmacy school prerequisites.

Once accepted, a student will be hired for 2 or 3 summers and work 40 hours a week for 9 weeks each summer at one of our Southern California medical centers. The first summer is spent in an outpatient pharmacy, the second in an inpatient pharmacy and the third in an ambulatory care/pharmacy administration office. The students are exposed to all business, clinical and management aspects of pharmacy.

Throughout each summer, students are introduced to deans of the schools of pharmacy, tour schools of pharmacy and enjoy presentations by pharmacists on clinical roles, as well as learn professionalism, interview, resume and presentation skills.

The criteria to become a KP ACP student:

  • Be completing the third or fourth year of college, or a bachelor’s degree graduate
  • Have made the decision to become a pharmacist
  • Have a 3.0 GPA
  • Write a two-page essay describing their interest in Pharmacy, leadership skills, and what makes them the best candidate for the program
  • A scanned copy of unofficial transcripts for all of college work completed to date.
  • Three references with phone numbers.

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