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Update on January Field Work 2013

We were inspired by the experiential focused winter terms offered at Oberlin, Bates, Bennington, and Middlebury Colleges and  launched a Queens College version  we named "January Field Work Experience" to envision the month of January as a bridge between experiential education and academic learning.
From January 7 to January 25, approximately 120 students applied their academic knowledge in a variety of settings from undergraduate science research labs, volunteering in immigrant focused agencies in Queens, site visits to business firms, and working in teams on a variety of consulting projects. We look forward to expanding and improving upon The January field work term in the coming years and see it as a terrific opportunity for students either individually or in groups to participate in projects proposed and mentored by faculty and alumni. Such efforts will connect to our  college's mission of linking students to a variety of transformative experiences as they build their academic and professional identities.

--Yasemin and Denise, JFW Coordinators

$2000 internship scholarship for QC students currently in an unpaid internship!

Mr. Jerry Colonna, a graduate of Queens College, is a fomer venture capitalist turned successful executive and life coach. He was also an early supporter of various Silicon Valley’s technology entrepreneurship projects. Mr. Colonna attributes part of his success to the skills, knowledge and relationships he built as a result of internships as an undergraduate Queens College student. His generosity to give back is reflected in this scholarship named in his honor whereby winning recipients will receive $2,000 dollars for unpaid internships currently underway this summer 2013.

If you are a Queens College full time undergraduate or graduate student in an unpaid internship with a current 3.0 GPA from any major, consider applying!

To submit an application, please complete the form here; by 10 pm on Sunday, July 7, 2013.

Award recipients will be announced by Friday, July 12, 2013.

If you have any questions, please contact:

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CUNY ServiceCorps

Deadline is June 8

CUNY Service Corps

Queens College has been selected as a CUNY Service Corps Campus for Fall 2013! The Service Corps is an exciting new University initiative similar to AmeriCorps. It aims to improve the short and long-term civic and environmental sustainability of New York City.

Most Service Corps placements for QC students will last 24 weeks over two semesters; students will work an average of 10-12 hours per week and be paid $12-15 per hour. Schedules are expected to be flexible to meet your school needs.

You will gain real-world work experience, this opportunity will be a paid internship at local community agencies such as the America Museum of Natural History, Immigration Advocacy Matters, Queens Botanical Garden, the Economic Development Council and hundreds of other placements.

More info at

Apply at

Applications will close on June 8, 2013.

Please direct all questions to


June Fieldwork

June Fieldwork for Business and Finance Students

This June: choose between two exciting opportunities to develop your skills and interests for careers in business, finance, and entrepreneurship.

  1. To bridge the gap between "book knowledge" and the real world, become a team member of consulting projects in a range of interesting and creative areas. They have been selected to provide particularly relevant experiences for those with majors/minors in sciences, international business development, Latin American studies, graphic design, sociology, corporate finance, business and economics.

    Review the projects available and register for your choices:

    Each student successfully completing a consulting project will receive a letter of commendation from Len Schutzman, QC alum, former CFO of PepsiCo that can be attached to their resume and be an asset in their job search, plus a transportation stipend for work in June.

    Deadline for application is May 17, 2013. Mr. Schutzman's group will select teams and notify candidates by May 24, 2013. There will be a kickoff meeting for the consulting projects in the first week of June. The June Field Work Experience for Finance and Business Development runs from June 4-21.

  2. Join a 10 day financial seminar to understand the real world workings of Wall Street and gain skills and insights required for positions in equity research, financial advisory services, and management.

    The 10 session seminar will be taught by QC alum and former treasurer of PepsiCo and true wall street insider through discussions, case studies and real world projects, participants will acquire the real world skill sets and insights ago place herself or himself in a preferred position to get the best entry level finance jobs.

    Each student successfully completing the seminar will receive a letter of recognition from Len Schutzman, QC alum, former CFO of PepsiCo that can be attached to their resume and be an asset in their job search, plus a transportation stipend for work in June. Deadline for application is May 17, 2013 with notifications by May 24, 2013.

    Register for the seminar here:

Bessie Milson Scholarship for Queens College Students, 2013

The Bessie Milson Scholarship is an annual award offered to an outstanding Queens College student who demonstrates financial need.
This year’s award will be $1,200.

To submit an application:  Please do so by 5:00 P.M. on Friday, May 17, 2013.

The award recipient will be announced by Wednesday, May 22, 2013. 

If you have any questions, please contact:

2013 John and Yorka Linakis Scholarship

Site Visit to Bloomberg LP and Societe Generale

Apply now to be considered one of 20 students to visit the offices and hear from senior staff of Bloomberg LP and Societe Generale. This one day visit will take place in early May and on a Friday. Freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors are invited to apply.

Submit an application at

The application deadline is Wednesday, April 24, 2013. Selected students will be notified by Monday, April 29, 2013. 


2013 John and Yorka Linakis Scholarship

2013 John and Yorka Linakis Scholarship

Undergraduate and graduate students from all majors are invited to apply. Scholarship applicants must demonstrate an outstanding record of service and academic performance as well as financial need. Scholarship awards will each be in the amount of $1000 and recipients will be recognized College wide for their achievements

Submit an application at

The application deadline is Friday, April 26, 2013 at 5pm. Award recipients will be announced by Friday, May 10, 2013. 


Bank of America Site Visit

Site Visit to Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Be one of 25 selected students to visit of offices of Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Investment Banking Division.  This one day site visit will most likely be in mid April and on a Friday. Those selected will receive a briefing in preparation for the visit as well as date/time details.

To apply for this opportunity, register at

The application deadline is Thursday, March 28, 2013. Selected students will be notified by Thursday, April 4, 2013. 


Teach English in China with Disney

The Disney Company is seeking college graduates for positions as teachers at our award-winning Disney English Learning Centers in China.

Eligible applicants should have a bachelors degree, a minimum of 18 months of teaching or teaching-related* experience, and a passion for helping to strengthen the English language skills of children ages 2-12.

*teaching-related can be:
- working in an on-campus position where s/he led workshops, seminars, orientation sessions
- coaching Little League/youth sports teams
- teaching music/dance/gymnastics
- being a Girl/Boy Scout or 4 H Leader
- tutoring in an after-school program
- mentoring in a program like Big Brother/Big Sister

Appointments are 12-15 months with start dates available in May, June, August and September 2013. No Chinese language skills are required. Teachers receive a monthly salary, travel stipend, housing allowance, health insurance, and other benefits. In addition, Disney English covers transportation to China.

For more information about this opportunity, please go to:

The Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP)

LSAMP is an alliance of CUNY colleges with a goal of increasing the number of underrepresented minority students pursuing graduate and bachelor's degrees in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. The program offers research assistantships and fellowships to participating students, peer and faculty mentoring, and many other educational activities.

Eligibility requirements:

  • full time, US citizens or permanent residents,
  • Black, Hispanic, American Indian, Alaskan Native or Native Pacific Islander.

Support for Students:

  • $5,000 undergraduate, $7,000 masters, or $15,000 PhD.

Faculty mentors will receive $250 per student.

Application Deadline for Summer and Fall 2013: May 13, 2013
For more information & questions on the application, email David Clarke;

Become a Youth Bike Instructor with Bike New York!


  • Minimum bachelor's degree or 2 years training in a college level education, physical education or recreation program;
  • Be an experienced, enthusiastic cyclist, with a passion for sharing the joys of cycling with others;
  • Have experience working groups of kids in an educational, youth program or camp setting, and be able to demonstrate good classroom/group management skills;
  • Be flexible in working with unpredictable youth program conditions;
  • Successful candidates will need to have a background check and take a first aid / CPR class at Bike New York's expense.
  • Have a valid driver's license;

Youth Program Bike Instructors will have the following job duties:

  • Teach Bike New York's Learn to Ride program to children who don't know how to ride a bike;
  • Teach Bike New York's Bike Driver's Ed curriculum to groups of 10-15 kids who already know how to ride a bike, as preparation to taking them out on group bike rides;
  • Determine whether kids have adequate skills to go "off site" for group bike rides;
  • Lead safe, smooth-functioning group rides off site;
  • Work closely with summer camp directors and staff according to their schedules and conditions;
  • Manage a fleet of up to 35 bikes and helmets, ensuring that equipment is in place before each day starts, and stored securely when not in use, and performing minor maintenance or alerting Bike New York staff to bigger mechanical issues.

When applying, please indicate whether you are applying for Spring After School only, Summer Camp only, or both.

Please send resumes, references, and letters of interest to:
Richard Conroy, Education Director
Bike New York

2013 ThinkSwiss Research Scholarship

ThinkSwiss offers 15 scholarships for a research stay in Switzerland. This scholarship program supports highly motivated and qualified U.S. undergraduate and graduate students to do research at a public Swiss university or research institute for 2 to 3 months. The scholarship is open to students of all fields.

To apply for a ThinkSwiss Research Scholarship, you must:

  • Be currently enrolled at an accredited U.S. university/college
  • Be a graduate student or an undergraduate student who will have completed your sophomore year by the time the research stay in Switzerland begins
  • Provide a written confirmation from a professor at a Swiss university that he/she will accept you for a research stay in his/her group

This program does not provide health, accident or liability insurance. Applicants must make sure that they have insurance coverage applicable for their stay in Switzerland.
While German, French or Italian language skills are not required for the research stay in Switzerland, knowledge of any of these languages would be helpful in daily life. The working language will generally be English.

The ThinkSwiss Research Scholarship program provides a monthly scholarship of CHF 1,050 (approx. USD 1000) for a period of 2 to 3 months (CHF 3,150 maximum). By accepting this scholarship, you agree to participate in a blog to share your experiences during your research stay in Switzerland. After your return to the U.S. you also agree to involve yourself in some limited activities as student "ambassador" to promote Swiss research. The scholarship will be paid at the end of your research stay and after your final report has been received.

Application deadline: March 31, 2013

To apply, or for more information, visit:

Kid Krazy Preschool seeking a part-time assistant teacher

Kid Krazy Preschool, a highly reputable preschool in Astoria Queens is seeking a part-time assistant teacher.
Monday thru Friday from 1pm to 6 pm
Age Group: 2 to 3 year olds

The following requirements are needed:

  • A minimum of 2 years experience working with young children
  • DOI Fingerprinting
  • A desire to make a positive impact on a child's life
  • A desire to be part of a school that views early childhood education as one of the most important time in a child's life.
  • A nurturing, loving, and respectful approach to communicating with children.
  • Understanding of Child Development
  • A team player and a willingness to work hard.
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Candidates pursuing ECE is preferred.

Send your resume to

Camp AmeriKids seeking energetic and fun counselors

Camp AmeriKids, a summer camp for children living with the challenges of HIV/AIDS and sickle cell disease, is looking for caring, responsible, energetic and fun counselors for our 2013 season. A volunteer counselor team is responsible for the 24-hour supervision of a cabin and maintains a camper to counselor ratio of about 2 to1. Counselors spend each day of the one week camp session with their cabin group as they rotate through a schedule of activities and participate in new and exciting workshops provided by the program staff. The cabin counselor's enthusiastic participation in all aspects of camp, from meals and activities to nightly special events and cabin chats, is crucial in creating a memorable camp experience for our campers. Counselors are expected to be role models, sources of energy and ideas, and are a key part of the Camp AmeriKids community. Room & board at our site in Warwick, NY is provided.

Volunteers can apply for one or both of the following sessions:
Session One: July 29th - August 5th
Session Two: August 10th - August 17th

Applications & more information may be found here:

Summer 2013 Internship with Lloyds Bank

Lloyds Bank's Internship Program gives students real-world experience and exposure to the processes within an International Financial Institution.

Lloyds Bank is the largest retail bank in the UK. One in three people within the UK, bank with us. Our operations in the US include corporate and wholesale banking, as well as broker dealership. Lloyds Bank's largest US office is in New York with satellite offices in Houston, Chicago, and Miami. We consider our relationships to be our most valuable assets. Lloyds Bank is committed to attracting, retaining and developing the best talent in the industry, while embracing the diversity of its human resources.

About the internship opportunities: This is a three-month, credit-only internship is designed to provide interns with a well-rounded experience in their fields of interest. As an intern you will get exposure to various areas of the Bank such as corporate banking, financial control, risk management, and human resources, among others. Interns will have the opportunity to develop skills, produce tangible results within their assigned departments, and create their own project portfolios at the end of the internship.
Lloyds is looking for enthusiastic students who are committed and passionate about pursuing a career in financial services.

We are looking for candidates who will be available during normal business hours (9-5 PM). Opportunities are available in the following departments:

  • Corporate Banking
  • Wholesale Markets
  • Human Resources
  • Financial Control
  • Risk

Program duration will be from June 3rd to August 9th, 2013.

Salary: Credit + Monthly Stipend
Grade Point: 3.0

How to apply: If interested, please go to and submit your application. Only those who will complete their submission at our job site will be considered.

The Minority Access to Research Careers (MARC) program

Attention QC sophomores: Apply now to the MARC program: A two-year (junior and senior years) program in which you can gain research experience in a lab of your choice. First consideration will be on March 1, but later applicants may be accepted if positions are still available.

For more information, visit:

Summer Internships at CUNY

PAID summer internships at CUNY and beyond (Yale, MIT, Oak Ridge, IAEA, Caltech, ...)

Application Deadlines: February - March 2013

The CUNY Pipeline Program

Attention: Undergraduates from underrepresented groups interested in pursuing the Ph.D. in any discipline except law and medicine: The CUNY Pipeline Program, which is administered by the Office of Educational Opportunity and Diversity Programs (OEODP) at the Graduate Center, is designed to provide educational and financial support to students who are currently underrepresented in our nation’s universities. Deadline to submit application: March 7, 2013

Visit: for more information.

The Need To Know Project

The Need To Know Project, is 1-year long internship and identity development experience focusing on social justice, Judaism, and leadership. NTKP is seeking undergraduate students with an interest in social justice in the fields of: LGBQT issues, the arts, poverty, interfaith/intercultural dialogue, and environmental sustainability. Interns will have the opportunity to meet leaders and be matched with a mentor in their field of interest, will be trained in leadership skills and models, and understand social justice through immersion experiences throughout the NYC area.

For more information visit:


NYS Intern Program

Internship Opportunities with New York State Government

Here is a great opportunity to intern at dozens of NYS agencies this summer. The Intern Program provides college students the unique opportunity to work with State agencies to gain experience and a greater perspective of the professional world. This program is the first of its kind to provide a central location for students with a wide range of interests to apply for (paid and unpaid) internship opportunities within New York State government. The program prepares students for careers in a wide array of occupational areas including but not limited to: public policy, legal specialties, budgeting, scientific research, human services, and contract management.

Check out the available internships through this page and register by signing in to the internship portal:

The application period runs from February 1st to March 31st. Don't delay. Interest is processed on a first come, first served basis.





The 2013 Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) program at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

The SURF program offers students in the STEM fields an opportunity to experience research this summer under the guidance of one of our NIST's scientists or engineers. The 11-week program will be held at NIST's Gaithersburg, MD campus from May 23 through August 9, 2013. FYI - there is a SURF program at our Boulder, CO campus too from May 20 - August 2, 2013. Participants will receive a $5,500 stipend and additional travel and housing allowances (as necessary). 

The application deadline is February 15, 2013.

Basic eligibility requirements include: U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status; undergraduate status, recommend 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA; demonstrated potential for success and an interest in pursuing graduate study. Our review committee follows a comprehensive evaluation process and weighs each applicant's academic and personal achievements and potential match of the student's field of interest to available advisors and projects.

For more information on the SURF programs, visit: and


Two Opportunities with the Kennedy Kreiger Institute

The MCHC/RISE-UP Program is a 10-week summer program designed for undergraduates, as well as, recent baccalaureate degree students who are interested in learning more about preventing health disparities. The program begins May 27, 2013 and ends August 2, 2013.This program's ultimate goal is to promote a more diversified and equal health system by introducing highly qualified undergraduate students (juniors and, seniors with a GPA 2.5 or better on a 4.0 scale; and students who received their baccalaureate degree within 12 months of MCHC/RISE-UP program orientation) from underrepresented groups to the field of public health. All students interested in addressing health disparities are encouraged to apply.

The program kicks off with an orientation at KKI/Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions in Baltimore MD, the student then returns to their training site and the program closes with a visit and ceremony at the CDC in Atlanta, GA. The student selects one of three MCHC/RISE-UP training sites (Maryland, California or South Dakota); the one that is closest to their permanent residence. Three public health leadership experiences are offered at each MCHC/RISE-UP site – Clinical/Community, Community Engagement and Advocacy and Research. Students may choose up to two (2) leadership experiences at one (1) of the aforementioned locations. A $3,500 stipend is provided to all program participants. Student housing and round-trip travel for out-of-state applicants is also available. All program activities are contingent on CDC funding.

Application Guidelines:

To apply for admission into MCHC/RISE-UP, please complete the required application package by Thursday, February 14, 2013.

For additional program information, please contact:

The Dr. James A. Ferguson Emerging Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program is a CDC funded 9-week summer program providing educational and professional development opportunities for students from underrepresented populations and those interested in addressing health disparities related to infectious diseases. The program begins May 27, 2013, with an orientation at Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, Maryland (Students assigned to CDC will have their CDC orientation in Atlanta on Thursday and Friday of the first week.) During the remaining eight weeks of the program, students receive mentored research and professional development experiences at the CDC in Atlanta, Georgia or in Baltimore, Maryland at Kennedy Krieger Institute, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Bloomberg School of Public Health, or the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. The final day of the program is July 26, 2013. Students who are members of under-represented populations (as defined by the federal government) are strongly encouraged to apply!

Program Benefits:

  • A $4,000 stipend is provided for all participants.
  • Housing and round-trip travel are also available for out-of-state students.
  • Sponsorship to attend a national scientific meeting following abstract submission
  • Sponsored membership in the American Public Health Association (APHA)
Eligibility Requirements:

In order to be considered for acceptance into this program, the applicant must:

  • Be currently enrolled as a full-time student in a medical, dental, pharmacy, veterinary, or public health graduate program.
  • Have at least a 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale.
  • Have the ability to commit to the length of the fellowship
Application Guidelines:

To be considered for admission, students must complete an application package. The application package should be submitted no later than Thursday, February 14, 2013.

For additional program information, please contact



Information Session to Teach, Learn, & Travel in Spain

Date: November 5, 2012
Time: Free Hour, 12:15-1:30pm
Location: Powdermaker 154

Work with classroom teachers in Spain as K-12 classroom assistants. Share your language and culture with Spanish students in Foreign Language Schools from October 2012 through June 2013. Conduct conversation lessons and participate in extracurricular activities such as work- shops, school trips, music and theater events, and sporting events. This program is sponsored by the Spanish Embassy's Education Office.

Each grant winner will receive a monthly allowance plus full medical insurance.

Open to students from all majors who have successfully completed at least four semesters of college coursework and have at least an intermediate level of Spanish. Recent graduates also are encouraged to apply.

There is no fee to apply to this program.

Come to the information session on November 5th during free hour in PH 154 to find out more.​


Information Session to Spend July in Vietnam Teaching English

Date: December 5, 2012
Time: Free Hour, 12:15-1:30pm
Location: Powdermaker 154

Join us for an information session on an exciting teaching "internship" assignment in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Selected students will spend the month of July 2013 co-teaching (16-20 hours a week) in a "Summer Fun" program hosted by the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education (SEAMEO). Interns will create lessons in English and participate in extracurricular activities for students ages 5-15.

This is a great opportunity particularly for Education & TESOL majors but it is open to undergraduate and graduate students from all disciplines. Preference, however, may be given to Education and TESOL students.

Room and board is included plus a small daily stipend. There will most likely be a partial subsidy for round-trip air travel from NYC to Vietnam

QC Alumni Mentoring Program for Pre Health Career Majors

If you are an undergraduate committed to a career in the health professions, don't miss out on this great opportunity: the second year of the QC Alumni Mentoring Program for Pre Health Career Majors.

The goal of this effort is to match QC students who are interested in health related fields with QC Alumni who are MDs, PhDs, DDSs, or DMDs. If you are considering a health related career, this valuable relationship will clarify and focus your career interests and goals.

This application: will mark your interest for consideration. Application due date: October 18th, end of day.

Preferred applicants must have a GPA of 2.5 or higher. Interviews will take place through November. Notifications will be sent out no later than the end of December.

If you have any questions, please contact:

Please note: Preference will be given to first time participants.

Pre-Med poster

The Ira Spar, MD Scholarship for Pre-Med Students

QC Alum, Dr. Ira Spar '64 (Chemistry) and The Queens College Foundation invite you to apply for this terrific opportunity: The Ira Spar, MD Scholarship For QC Pre-Medical Students. This competitive scholarship is open only to QC juniors or seniors, in excellent academic standing, who are either applying or registered to apply to medical schools and are committed to a career in medicine.

The winning candidate will receive approximately $4,000 in scholarship support for his/her costs related to applying to medical school.

Please apply for consideration to: by 11:59 P.M. on Friday, November 16th, 2012.

The scholarship winner will be announced by December 3rd, 2012.

If you have any questions, please contact us at:

Snug Harbor description and application

Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art internship

Are you interested in arts administration, development and curatorial practices?

The Visual Arts Program at Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art is offering a fall internship program available to college students and young professionals of art, art history, museum programs, curatorial studies and/or development. Through this internship you will learn first hand about the day-to-day operations as well as the role of cultural organizations in society.

For more information and to download an application, please see the attached PDF. ​​​​​​​​​




Summer Volunteer Opportunities

StudentsforService has partnered with the following organizations to offer several volunteer opportunities this summer.

NYC Department of Youth and Community Development

Union Settlement
Ari Briski (

Career Gear
Mike Obertaz (

NYCCAH: volunteer in soup kitchens and food pantries throughout the city
Katie Oswald (

Volunteer in a Bronx community garden
Emma Valentine (917-704-3748)

New York City Compost Project in the Bronx
Jodie Colon (

Natural Areas Volunteers (NAV) is a new service program that recruits, trains, and supports volunteers for a variety of ecological projects across the city. These projects have the overarching goal of better managing and preserving the city’s coastal, wetland, grassland, and forested ecosystems. Volunteers help NYC Parks keep these special areas thriving by planting trees, shrubs, and grasses; removing harmful invasive exotic vegetation; caring for street tree beds; and removing debris from our wetlands. If you are interested in learning more and would like to register for a volunteer event, visit
Contact Cindy Caruso at 212-360-3317 or

Wii Fitness Class
Various Times and Locations
Help seniors exercise and have fun by leading them through Wii Fitness and Sports games!
Soup Kitchen Cooks
Flatbush, Brooklyn
Sun-Thurs  9AM-2PM
Help prepare the meals at Masbia Community Kitchen. Duties include cleaning, peeling, and dicing fresh produce.
Soup Kitchen Servers
Flatbush, Brooklyn; Boro Park, Brooklyn; Rego Park, Queens
Sun-Thurs 4PM-9PM
Serve hot kosher meals to patrons at Masbia Community Kitchen. Duties include setup, sign in, serving, and clean up.
Phone Pals
From Home
Make a new friend and lessen the feeling of isolation for homebound seniors. Volunteers make weekly calls to seniors
Appointment Buddies
Various Times and Locations
Accompany seniors to doctors appointment to ensure that they feel safe and comfortable.

Yorkville Common Pantry
Pantry Program:
Pack and distribute nutritious and free groceries to low-income families.

Thursday, July 5: 9-2:30
Friday, July 6: 9-2:30
Tuesday, July 31: 9-1 
Tuesday, August 7: 9-1 
Friday, August 10: 9-noon 
Tuesday, August 14: 9-1 
Wednesday, August 15: 11:30-2:30 
Thursday, August 16: 11:30-2:30
Friday, August 17: 9-2:30
Wednesday, August 22: 11:30-2:30 
Thursday, August 23: 11:30-2:30 
Friday, August 24: 9-noon 
Tuesday, August 28: 9-1 
Thursday, August 30: 9-2:30* (15)
Friday, August 31: 9-2:30* (15)

Hot meal program:
In our Project Dignity hot meal program, volunteers help serve hot and nutritious meals to guests. We still have plenty of hot meal programs available too! As a reminder, dinners take place Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 4:00-6:30 PM, and breakfasts take place each weekday from 7:45-9:00 AM.
Contact Liz Nellis at


Grace Meng for Congress Internship and Volunteer Opportunities Available!

Interning for Grace Meng's Campaign for Congress will be an exciting and educational experience. Our internship program is designed to equip participants with information, skills, and campaign experience that each intern can apply to future endeavors on political campaigns or in other fields. There are a number of internship positions available with the campaign. No experience is necessary and hours are very flexible with a small requirement.

Apply to join the historic campaign of State Assemblywoman Grace Meng for Congress. If elected, Grace will be the first Asian-American to represent New York in Congress, the first woman to represent the 6th Congressional District of New York, and the first woman from Queens in Congress since Geraldine Ferraro. A graduate of Stuyvesant High School, the University of Michigan, and Benjamin Cardozo School of Law, Grace has represented the 22nd Assembly district in Flushing since 2009. Grace is proud to be endorsed by the Queens County Democratic Party, Congressman Joe Crowley, and Emily’s List, among others.

To apply for an internship with the Grace Meng campaign or learn about volunteer opportunities, apply online at

If you experience any difficulty with this link, please email


For Students Committed to Service: The Linakis Leaders Scholarship

Linakis poster

Application Deadline: Thursday, April 26th, 2012, 5 pm

The late John S. and Yorka C. Linakis were long-time residents and avid supporters of the borough of Queens. They were active in a multitude of community, civic, and interfaith organizations. Their philanthropic endeavors include a legacy of scholarships to be granted to worthy Queens College students based on merit, financial need and a keen interest in the betterment of their communities.

Undergraduate and graduate students from all majors are invited to apply. Scholarship applicants must demonstrate an outstanding record of both service and academic performance as well as financial need. Scholarship awards will each be in the amount of $1000 and recipients will be recognized College wide for their achievements.

To submit an application, please complete the form below by 5 pm on Thursday, April 26, 2012:

Award recipients will be announced by Thursday, May 10, 2012.

If you have any questions, please contact:

*Previous Linakis Scholarship winners are discouraged from applying.


PricewaterhouseCoopers and Brown Brothers Harriman & Co.

World of Work poster

Application Deadline: Saturday, April 21, 2012

QC Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, or Seniors who are in business related majors such as Accounting, Economics, or Finance.
Accounting majors are especially preferred for this site visit.

Apply now to be considered one of 15 students to visit the offices and hear presentations from senior staff of:

(Accounting Firm)
Brown Brothers Harriman & Co.
(Investment Banking & Securities Firms)

WHEN: This one day site visit to two firms will be on Thursday, May 10th, 2012. Those selected will receive a briefing in preparation for the visit as well as time & location details.

HOW: To apply for this opportunity, visit:

Application Deadline: Saturday, April 21, 2012. Selected students will be notified on Thursday, May 3, 2012.

If you have any questions, please contact us at: 718-997-5537 or  This is a 2012 Queens College WORLD OF WORK project, sponsored by QC's Accounting Department and the Office of the Provost.


Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Blackstone Asset Group

World of Work poster

Application Deadline: Friday, April 20, 2012

Ever wonder what working in an investment banking or private equity firm is like? 

QC Freshmen, Sophomores, or Juniors who are in business related majors/programs such as Accounting, Economics, Finance, or BALA.

Apply now to be considered one of 15 students to visit the offices and hear presentations from senior staff of:

Bank of America Merrill Lynch
(Investment Banking Division) 
Blackstone Asset Group
(Private Equity Firm)

WHEN: This one day site visit to two firms will most likely be in early to mid May and on a Friday. Those selected will receive a briefing in preparation for the visit as well as date/time details.

HOW: To apply for this opportunity, visit:

Application Deadline: Friday, April 20, 2012. Selected students will be notified on Thursday, April 26, 2012.

If you have any questions, please contact us at: 718-997-5537 or  This is a 2012 Queens College WORLD OF WORK project, sponsored by QC's Accounting Department and the Office of the Provost.


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