Deadline Friday November 22ndPathStone
PathStone is a not-for-profit community development and human service organization providing services to low-income families and economically depressed communities throughout New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Ohio, Indiana, Virginia, Vermont, and Puerto Rico.
Administrator for Corporate Communicator
To maintain and develop policies and procedures in order to effectively manage the communication of program information on all PathStone services both internally, and to external partners. This includes branding, creation of agency-wide publications and reports, maintaining the corporate website, and expert use of all relevant social media tools and techniques. This position is also required to participate in planning special events, and community outreach events throughout Rochester. The position will take a significant role in generating annual appeals and work extensively with the Database Administrator to maintain the corporate database.
Deadline Friday November 22ndMassachusetts General Hospital – Boston, MA
Founded in 1811, the Massachusetts General Hospital is the oldest and largest general hospital in New England and the third oldest in the United States with a history of groundbreaking medicine. With almost two centuries of practice, MGH has continually blazed a trail for others to follow through such achievements as being the first to demonstrate the use of ether as an anesthetic and the first to establish a hospital-based social service department.
Clinical Research Coordinator II
The Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine at the Massachusetts General Hospital is seeking qualified and motivated individuals for a full-time Research Coordinator position to start in January or February 2014. The person filling this position will have central involvement in several research studies investigating the effects of a mind body intervention on health outcomes.
Deadline Friday November 29thU.S. Senator Charles Schumer - Rochester, NY
Democrat, United States Senator representing New York State.
This internship consists of a variety of tasks and experiences. It will include duties such as general office operations, media monitoring, constituent services, event planning, and research projects. Students will be able to work with all levels of Senate staff, other federal, state, local agencies, and on team and individual projects. Students will have the opportunity to present their ideas on local and federal policy initiatives. They will be encouraged to develop their debate skills and understanding of public policy on the local, state, federal, and international levels.