Monday, March 17, 2014

A lot to process ....

... you have your brackets to attend to, it's yet another snow day here in the DC area, the flight 370 saga just keeps getting weirder, 97 percent of a large group people alleged to agree on something, it's St. Patrick's Day, a rich guy had a rough night, and we had no idea George Michael was an enthusiast of the 420 lifestyle.

And, in addition to yesterday's run of previously noted opportunities closing this week, you also have a handful of direct to us finds to look at this morning.

McBee Strategic tags their Communications Intern opportunities as of the #notjustgettingcoffee variety; media/issue research and project/event support among your duties, instead.

The American Academy of Actuaries seeks Communications Intern (scroll down); start time flexible between late April & mid-June – apply by Apr. 14 

Global Financial Integrity is looking to enlist a Communications Associate, New Media to join their fight against kleptocracy and illicit cash flows around the world; sounds so so so very fun to us – apply by Apr. 4

Disregard the application date noted on this call for a Development Associate (pdf) with the Maryland League for Conservation Voters; we have it on good authority that they are actively seeking candidates; at least 3 years experience in fundraising for a non-profit organization or for a political campaign would look good on your resume – Annapolis, MD location

Jewish Federation of Greater WashingtonDigital Communications Manager – relevant technical skills, project management experience, team player orientation, and can-do attitude sought.

Congressional Budget OfficeCommunications Intern – $14-$20/hr – apply by Apr. 30

The Linguistic Society of America seeks a Communications Director on a part-time basis - apply by Apr. 4

1 comment:

Gordon said...

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