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This unique and innovative undergraduate program provides students with an exceptional learning experience and prepares them to succeed in the increasingly global world.

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  • TWO GIA Internship Opportunities
Broome County Board of Elections Internship

The Broome County Board of Elections (BOE) and the Binghamton University Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) are working as partners with the shared mission of engaging more young adults in the political process. We are looking for a talented and motivated intern to implement an initiative supporting this shared mission. The intern is expected to carry out a new political engagement initiative involving local high schools.

Supervision and guidance will be provided by both the BOE and the CCE. Intern areas of responsibility will include:

Contacting potential partners
Implementation of program
Revision of program based on need and outcomes
Evaluation and assessment of degrees of success
End product will be program implementation and outcomes report

The successful intern will learn new skills and knowledge regarding strategies for political engagement and program design.

The internship can either be paid, non-credit or 4 credit hours. To apply: submit your resume; a cover letter discussing your interest, availability and experience; and either a concise writing sample (200-250 words), a video or a graphic arts portfolio to Sean Dolan at sean@broomevotes.com.

Voter Engagement Coordinators

The Center for Civic Engagement's Political Engagement Advisory Committee is looking for talented and motivated coordinators who will work with us to engage students politically in a nonpartisan manner. The Political Engagement Advisory Committee is made up of students, staff and local community members, such as Board of Elections officials and a League of Women Voters representative. Its goal is to increase the number of students participating in the political process and make participation easier for all students. Additionally, the Advisory Committee partners with the Andrew Goodman Foundation, a civil rights organization that sponsors a Vote Everywhere program, to achieve this goal.

Coordinators should be enthusiastic about voting and comfortable approaching their peers to register them to vote. Experience is not necessary, but it is a plus. This is a non-credit opportunity, but would be great for your resume.

For a complete list of responsibilities and qualifications, view the Voter Engagement Coordinator description.

To Apply: Please send your resume and cover letter indicating your interest, any experience and skills you may have to Nick Doran, Vote Everywhere Ambassador, at cce@binghamton.edu by Tuesday, Dec. 8, 2015.

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  • Fall 2015 School and City Bus Schedules

BU Bus Fall 2015 Schedule: http://www.occtransport.org/index.php
City Bus Fall 2015 Schedule: http://gobroomecounty.com/transit/routes

Last Updated: 11/25/15