MRC Graduate Internship Opportunities 

The MRC offers graduate internships in the following areas:

 


MRC Graduate Intern for Administrative and Office Management

The graduate intern assists the MRC Assistant Director in organizing and training undergraduate interns and volunteers, managing the assessments of all MRC Programs, and overseeing the scheduling of MRC meetings and events. This position reports directly to the MRC Assistant Director.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Assist in recruiting, scheduling, and training of all MRC undergraduate interns and
  • volunteers.
  • Manage and compile assessment forms of all programs sponsored by the MRC
  • Help organizing and coordinating the MRC Interpretation and Translation Program and
  • Culture Connectors Volunteer Program.
  • Attend the weekly MRC staff meeting and training
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Must be accepted into a Binghamton University graduate program for the 2016-2017
  • academic year
  • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Strong computer and organization skills, such as Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc.
  • Must demonstrate the ability to work with diverse groups and cultures

Compensation:

Unpaid. The graduate intern will receive up to 3 internship credits.

To Apply:

Please email your resume and cover letter to Tanyah Barnes, MRC assistant director at tbarnes@binghamton.edu by November 14, 2016.


MRC Graduate Intern for LGBTQ Outreach and Programming

The graduate intern assists the MRC Program Coordinator in acting as a liaison for LGBTQ students, assisting in community building and identity development, and offering educational opportunities for the Binghamton University campus on LGBTQ issues and concerns. This position reports directly to the MRC Program Coordinator.

Primary Responsibilities:

This position will entail 12-15 hours per week including some evening and weekend hours.

- Conduct research for use in programming for the LGBTQ community
- Assist with the planning, management, implementation, and assessing of the MRC LGBTQ outreach programs
- Liaise with various offices and LGBTQ student organizations on campus to identify areas of concerns and needs of the community
- Update and maintain the MRC web presence of LGBTQ resources
- Attend the weekly MRC staff meeting
- Other duties as assigned

Qualification:

- Must be enrolled in a Binghamton University graduate program for the 2015-2016 academic year
- strong communication skills, both verbal and written
- strong computer and organization skills
- must demonstrate the ability to work with diverse groups and cultures
- experience in research methodologies is highly preferred

Compensation:

Unpaid. The graduate intern will receive up to 3 internship credits.

To Apply:

Please email your resume and cover letter to Tanyah Barnes, MRC assistant director at tbarnes@binghamton.edu by November 14, 2016.

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MRC Graduate Intern for Religious Community Outreach and Programming

The graduate intern assists the MRC Program Coordinator in acting as a liaison for religious student population, assisting in community building and identity development, and offering educational opportunities for the Binghamton University campus on religious community issues and concerns. This position reports directly to the MRC Program Coordinator.

Primary Responsibilities:

This position will entail 12-15 hours per week including some evening and weekend hours.

- Conduct research for use in programming for the Religious community
- Assist with the planning, management, implementation, and assessing of the MRC religious outreach programs, such as the MRC Global Fiesta
- Liaise with various offices and religious student organizations on campus to identify areas of concerns and needs of the community
- Update and maintain the MRC webpage
- Attend the weekly MRC staff meeting
- Other duties as assigned

Qualification:

- Must be enrolled in a Binghamton University graduate program for the 2015-2016 academic year
- strong communication skills, both verbal and written
- strong computer and organization skills
- must demonstrate the ability to work with diverse groups and cultures
- experience in research methodologies is highly preferred
- Interest in and respect for diverse religious communities is a must

Compensation:

Unpaid. The graduate intern will receive up to 3 internship credits.

To Apply:

Please email your resume and cover letter to Tanyah Barnes, MRC assistant director at tbarnes@binghamton.edu by November 14, 2016.

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MRC Graduate Intern for Cultural Outreach and Programming

The graduate intern assists the MRC Program Coordinator in acting as a liaison for different cultural student population, assisting in community building and identity development, and offering educational opportunities for the Binghamton University campus on cultural community issues and concerns. This position reports directly to the MRC Program Coordinator.

Primary Responsibilities:

This position will entail 12-15 hours per week including some evening and weekend hours.

- Coordinate community outreach and provide support for the MRC Spring 2015 programs, such as MRC Speaking Up & Getting Support and MRC Biweekly Diversity Talk Shows
- Liaise with various offices and cultural student organizations on campus to identify areas of concerns and needs of the community
- Review and update the MRC website contents periodically to ensure all programs are publicized accordingly
- Assist in designing and compiling assessment forms of all programs sponsored by the MRC
- Attend the weekly MRC staff meeting
- Other duties as assigned

Qualification:

- Must be enrolled in a Binghamton University graduate program for the 2015-2016 academic year
- strong communication skills, both verbal and written
- strong computer and organization skills
- must demonstrate the ability to work with diverse groups and cultures
- experience in research methodologies is highly preferred

Compensation:

Unpaid. The graduate intern will receive up to 3 internship credits.

To Apply:

Please email your resume and cover letter to Tanyah Barnes, MRC assistant director at tbarnes@binghamton.edu by November 14, 2016.

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MRC Graduate Intern for Marketing

The MRC Graduate Intern (GI) for marketing will collaborate with students, faculty and staff to develop and support marketing initiatives for the Multicultural Resource Center.  In addition the GI will assist with supervision of undergraduate interns while also gaining experience in public speaking, event management, cultural competency, and facilitation.

Primary Responsibilities:

This position will entail 12-15 hours per week including some evening and weekend hours.

  • To manage the MRC social media accounts
  • To update and maintain the MRC website and calendar
  • To assist with creation and distribution of the MRC monthly newsletter and other promotional materials
  • To help with developing marketing campaigns (posters, flyers, other promotional tools) for programs and events
  • To take and edit images for various MRC programs and events
  • To create and maintain the MRC bulletin board
  • To attend weekly staff meetings and training
  • To assist with other tasks as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Creative, adaptive, self-starter, and detailed oriented
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong computer skills, preferred to have (or be willing) to learn at least one of the following:
    • Content Management/web design
    • Microsoft Office and knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite/Creative Cloud
    • Graphic design, prior skills preferred
    • General digital/flash photography, prior skills preferred
    • Social media accounts (Facebook, Instagram, Flickr, Pinterest, YouTube, and/or Twitter)
  • Desire to learn and work in teams
  • Individuals interested in communications or Marketing/English/Art/Graphic Design majors encouraged to apply

Compensation:

Graduate Interns will get 2 semesters of academic/professional internship credit.

Application:

Please email your resume and cover letter to Tanyah Barnes, MRC assistant director at tbarnes@binghamton.edu by November 14, 2016.

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Last Updated: 11/2/16