Insurance Student Wanted for Internship

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Insurance Student Wanted for Internship:

Researcher / Editor for Nonprofit Career Mentoring Website

Work in NYC or Virtually

Interested in insurance? We seek outstanding students as interns for the current school year and for the summer to collaborate on the boldest nonprofit initiative we know that will help millions of teens explore careers in insurance and other fields.

We are looking for entrepreneurial, passionate, and energetic students with exceptional skills to take initiative on a range of projects. This is an outstanding leadership opportunity in an innovative, emerging nonprofit.

Here is the problem we are tackling: Most high school students (and many college students) do not know what career path they want to pursue, or even what opportunities exist. Further, they do not have a good way to figure it out. Although there are some books and websites about various careers, there is nothing that is free, engaging and informative.

Our Approach: ClassWish . org, an exciting new nonprofit, is launching a new initiative, To The Next Generation. We will provide students with useful information, spark their passions, and help them find their callings in life. Our program has three parts, all of which will be available at no cost:

  1. High-profile experts in every field, from Acting to Insurance to Zoology, will be featured in a series of videos, where they will discuss the many career opportunities.

  1. Our website will provide a curated presentation of engaging resources for each field, e.g., videos, websites, photographs, role models, articles, books, and even information on college scholarships.

  1. We will also help students connect with mentors online and in011person.

Who we are: The people behind include such prominent education and business leaders as Adam Hirsch, former COO, Mashable; Scott Cutler, EVP, New York Stock Exchange; Betsy Morgan, former CEO, Huffington Post; Nancy Pelz-Paget, Director, Education and Society Program, Aspen Institute; Sharon Robinson, CEO, American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education. Most importantly, current and former interns will offer a great review of

What you’ll do: You will take a leadership position on the program and work with other highly motivated interns, established professionals, and directly with our co-founders as we:

  • collect and curate compelling content for the website
  • design web pages
  • recruit celebrities
  • line up philanthropic support and corporate sponsors
  • promote the service to students, directly and through partner organizations, the media, Facebook and other social media

The Environment: This is, frankly, a great place to work. We get great interns from all over the country and all over the world, so the atmosphere is energetic, creative, and fun. It’s also casual; we’re interested in your brains, creativity and heart. Want to work in jeans, a t-shirt and flip-flops? Why not!

What do we offer? You will get to do exciting work, enhance your resume with a solid record of professional achievement and community service, and have the satisfaction of knowing that you have helped students find their callings.

If you want a great experience doing something you will always be proud of, send a short cover letter and a resume to TTNGinterns [AT] ClassWish . org. Impress us. This is competitive.

FAQ - Review’s outstanding internship program here:

Is this a business or a nonprofit?

ClassWish is a nonprofit, but we use the latest techniques from the business world to make a leveraged, scalable and financially-self sustaining difference in the lives of tens of millions of children.

This sounds ambitious!

Daniel Burnham, the great Chicago architect, said "Make no little plans; they have not the power to stir men’s souls." (Nor women’s, we hasten to add). Little plans also do not have the power to provide a better education to 56 million kids who deserve more than they are getting today. We face a crushing need in schools, have a solid plan to address it, and with your help, we intend to grow this very large and very fast.

Where are you located?

We are in Manhattan, conveniently located right across from Madison Square Garden and Penn Station. Four express subway stops, LIRR, and the PATH train are all within one block. We also hire interns to work remotely from other cities.

What skills and experience are you looking for?

We seek a wide range of skills: graphic designers, videographers, writers, researchers, creative thinkers, analytical sorts, community organizers, social media stars, people with great communication skills, MBA students, and more.

I looked at your site and have some suggestions.

Great! This is a collaborative project, and we want to hear from you. Your ClassWish review will be helpful.

Is this a paid internship?

We can offer a great experience, a great addition to your rsum, academic credit (if your school allows), stunning recommendations, and a chance to make a difference, but we are a start-up nonprofit, so can only offer unpaid internship and volunteer positions. Do check to see if your school offers a stipend program.

When will you select the interns?

We’re agile. When we see a great candidate, we extend an invitation immediately. We won’t keep you waiting for a decision.

What dates will the internship run?
We are flexible. Tell us what you are looking for.

What are the hours?

We welcome full-time and part-time interns. Let us know what works for you.

What will I need to bring?

Brains, heart, passion, energy, a notebook computer (as an early-stage nonprofit, we just can’t afford to buy dozens of machines), and a passion to make an immediate improvement to the education of tens of millions of children.

Sounds exciting! How can I apply?

Please send a short cover letter and an impressive resume to interns @ ClassWish . org.

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Mission Statement helps schools and teachers get the supplies and equipment children need to explore their potential and excel.


The Problem

Few schools have enough money for the supplies and equipment children need to explore their potential and excel. Art supplies, musical instruments, science equipment, books, computers, sports gear, even paper for the printers and copiers are in short supply, and budget cuts are making it much worse.

Our Approach helps teachers and schools inspire and tap support in their communities:

· Teachers and school leaders create wish lists of the resources they need

· Parents, alumni, businesses and others in the community can see exactly what is needed and how they can help

· They contribute online and may match their donation with one to a low-income school that needs more support

· Donors receive a receipt for their tax-deductible donation

· ClassWish ships the items directly to the schools, at no cost

The result? Teachers get the support they need. Parents and communities are engaged in supporting classrooms and funding the things they care about. And everyone is united in helping our children learn, grow and perform at their best.


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