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The Arts Council: The Artists in Residence will have an opportunity to live, work, and exhibit in the historic Horlock Home in Navasota, Texas, which includes living and studio space for each of the three selected artists as well as a retail gallery space. The residency period is six (6) months from mid-August 2018 to mid-February 2019.
Egon Zehnder: Seasonal Research Analyst positions, located in several cities (including Houston).
City of Sugar Land: various internships in business & cultural arts, planning & permits & inspection, records management, and parks & wildlife.
Community Bridges Program (Kinder Institute): education, environmental justice, public health, fair housing, financial literacy, economic development, and community development, with lots in between. Students work with community organizations in the 5th Ward, 3rd Ward, and East Endand carry out long-term, sustainable research projects that aim to reduce poverty.
DiverseWorks: exploration of several non-profit arts organizations, helping with curatorial, marketing, development, and administrative activities.
German Historical Institute: The GHI Internship Program gives German and American students of history, political science, and library studies an opportunity to gain experience at a scholarly research institute.
HART (Houston Action Research Team): interdisciplinary engaged research opportunities working with community partners on critical questions facing the city.
Houston Bicycle Museum: The summer intern will assist with exhibition design, marketing, cataloguing artifacts, office/data needs, fund raising events and additional tasks.
Kallinen Contemporary: The Gallery Assistant will assist visual artists, help develop websites and event pages (marketing/communications), and assist with event planning, preparation and production.
Lockton Dunning: shadow the content, design and digital/events teams to understand how a humanities background plays an integral role in corporate business. This is being offered by an English alumnus, occuring over winter break.
Merrill Lynch: assist with client portfolio management for Merrill Lynch Wealth Management.
MFA Houston Asian Art: Gallery intern volunteer.
Mitsubishi Undergraduate Research Award (MURA): summer research projects conducted in Japan, coordinated through the Chao Center for Asian Studies.
Neighborhood Centers Inc.: Development Prospecting internship with a non-profit agency.
Owl-Edge Internships: Various internships, including communication, non-profits, consulting/business and legal opportunities.
Positively Houston: Associate Producter & Visual Communications internship with a local news non-profit organization.
Penguin Publishing: multiple opportunities in the adult, children's, and corporate divisions. Summer opportunities are usually located in New York.
Society for the Performing Arts: hands-on, practical experience in various aspects of arts administration such as sales, marketing, development, business, finance, production, education and community engagement.
The Sylvester Turner for Mayor Campaign: daily field activities, experienced campaign staff mentorship, political guest speaker events. Students will learn the nuts and bolts of campaigns!