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Henrico County Summer Basic Jailor Academy events

Tuesday, October 22nd 

Lobby Chat: 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m., Raleigh Bldg, lobby 

Stop by the Raleigh Building lobby to grab a snack and learn about the Henrico Summer Basic Jailor Academy program. The Wilder School Office of Student Success and the Henrico County Sheriff's office will be available to share information about the program. Students can come by any time during those hours.

General Information Session: 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m., Raleigh Bldg, room 1013

The Henrico County Sheriff's office and Basic Jailor Alumni will be here to share information about this summer internship opportunity. This is an Invaluable stepping stone to careers in Criminal Justice. Come and learn about the benefits and how to apply!

Upcoming PASA events

Stop by the Raleigh Building lobby before or after class this Wednesday, October 16th, from 3-7p.m. to grab some complimentary coffee and treats. We will be discussing other upcoming events for the semester, and we are always happy to meet and chat with fellow Wilder School students! Come stop by!
PASA and URPSA (Urban and Regional Planning Student Association) will be hosting a resume workshop on Friday, November 1st from 2-4pm in Scherer Hall, Room #401. Afterwards, URPSA is hosting a happy hour at Union Market (2306 Jefferson Ave, Richmond, VA 23223) from 5-7; PASA members are welcome to attend. 
Please sign up through this link:  Also please email your resume to so they can be distributed among the professional participants
Please do not hesitate to reach out to with any questions you may have.

Recruiting Event October 24th - United States Marshal Service

The United States Marshal Service is looking for interns and new recruits!  This event will take place Thursday, October 24th from 6pm to 8pm at the Gateway Dining and Event Center, 2nd floor (23806, 2804 Martin Luther King Dr, Colonial Heights, VA 23834).  Attire is Business Casual.

For more information, contact Enrique Osbourne at or (804) 524-5511.

See the attached PDF

Henrico County Spring 2020 Internships


 Henrico County is accepting applications for the below Spring 2020 Internships. The application deadline is November 12th.  Visit for details. Select "Search/Apply for a Job" and then under the "Jobs" tab select "Intern"
  • Victim Witness Specialist Intern- Commonwealth's Attorney's Office Victim/Witness Assistance Program 
  • Case Management Technician Intern- Department of Community Corrections
  • Police Personnel Intern- Police Division 
  • MH/DS Intern- Department of Mental Health & Development Services

Sea Grant Virginia - Coastal Resilience Summer 2020 Internships

Virginia Sea Grant, in partnership with AECOM, Arcadis, Clark Nexsen, Dewberry, and Moffat & Nichol is excited to support a range of paid summer internship opportunities focused on coastal resiliency. These opportunities are open to full-time students and are aimed at training students to become leaders in innovative, pre-disaster, resiliency design strategies. Selected interns will engage in a range of activities and projects related to resilient design and/or coastal flooding adaptation strategies. Opportunities exist throughout the summer to participate in resilience programs with VASG and to collaborate and network with institutional partners, and members of the resilience and adaptation community.

The internship partners are committed to building inclusive research, extension, communication and education programs that serve people with diverse backgrounds, circumstances, needs, perspectives, and ways of thinking. Diversity includes, but is not limited to, age, race, ethnicity, nationality, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability and/or health status, religion, veteran status, geographic origin, and socio-economic status. Applicants enrolled at a Virginia institution and those with prior internship experience are encouraged to apply.

For more information and to apply, go to

Virginia Sea Grant Graduate Research Fellowships (PAID)

The purpose of the VASG Graduate Research Fellowship is to support exceptional graduate students who are engaged in education and research that furthers the goals of VASG. The fellowship provides hands-on experience in translating research results to coastal and marine stakeholders through a professional mentor. Selected fellows also have the opportunity to participate in a comprehensive set of professional development training opportunities offered by VASG.

Graduate Research Fellows address issues relevant to Virginia communities, and of importance to coastal and marine resources – broadly defined (see eligibility section below). In addition to their primary faculty advisor, fellows will be expected to work with a professional end-user mentor. Through these interactions, fellows will ensure their research results are useful to and used by stakeholders, and gain access to experienced professionals who can provide career advice.

The deadline to apply is December 13, 2019.  Go to for more details and to apply.

Virginia Sea Grant 2021 Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship

Virginia Sea Grant is now accepting applications for the 2021 John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship, sponsored by NOAA’s National Sea Grant College Program. The Knauss Fellowship provides a unique educational and professional experience to graduate students who have an interest in ocean, coastal and Great Lakes resources and in the national policy decisions affecting those resources. Fellows are matched with hosts in the legislative and executive branches of government located in the Washington, D.C. area. The fellowship period is one year and anticipated to begin on February 1, 2021.

The deadline to apply is February 21, 2020 -  go to for more details and to apply.

2020 Student Internship - Y-12 National Security Complex (PAID)

The Y-12 National Security Complex is currently recruiting for summer 2020 internship opportunities with the Nuclear Nonproliferation & Arms Control R&D group.  The Internship Program is a 10-12 week program that offers challenging assignments and projects and career development workshops to enhance your professional growth.  You will also earn a competitive salary based on your discipline and academic class status.

As an intern with the Nuclear Nonproliferation & Arms Control R&D group under the Global Security & Strategic Partnerships division, you will be supporting research projects on a range of topics that involve both technical and policy aspects of nuclear nonproliferation, with research areas including arms control / treaty verification, international nuclear safeguards, and nuclear science / radiation detection.

The application deadline is November 24, 2019 - for more details and to apply, go to

INSIGHT now accepting applications for all 2020-2021 programs

Insight facilitates unique, semester-long internship and study abroad programs for undergraduate students. Our programs give students the opportunity to intern and study in the Global South at the same time, ensuring a holistic and rigorous educational experience.  They currently run programming in Uganda, Fiji, and Thailand.

For more information, go to


Clean Virginia Communications Fellow - Spring 2020

The Communications Fellow is responsible for aiding in communications and outreach projects at Clean Virginia in support of the strategic goals of ending monopoly utility corruption and advancing clean energy in Virginia. The fellow will work during the Virginia General Assembly legislative session (January - March 2020), helping design and manage daily output, including posting and maintaining Clean Virginia’s accounts, engaging with supporters and with media outlets, drafting communications materials, monitoring media narratives, and collaborating on strategy development. The communications fellow will report to the Communications Director. Basic understanding of Virginia public policy and politics preferred.

This position is based in Charlottesville with periodic travel to Richmond and will run for eight weeks from January to March 2020. A start date of January 6th is preferred.

To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to

Research Assistants - Spit for Science VCU

We are seeking undergraduate research assistants for Spring 2020 semester.  Undergraduate team members work in teams to develop research questions and analyze Spit for Science data and participate in outreach activities. Students from all majors and at all class levels are welcome to apply.

Email for details about how to apply.

2020 Session Indexing/Enrolling Assistant - Virginia House of Delegates

Responsible for the input and proofing of content for the production of the Cumulative Index, Acts of Assembly Index, and Journal Index; 2) Responsible for keying corrections and verifying information in bills from introduced versions to Chapters. This requires collaborative work with other Indexing/Enrolling Assistants to proof bills and to conform amendments and bills to prescribed grammatical and publication formats; 3) Read, edit, and prepare memorial and commending resolutions and the prayers in their introduced, presentation and enrolled forms. He/she also assists the Indexing/Enrolling staff with proofing legislation when needed; 4) Work with the Indexing/Enrolling staff for the successful development and implementation of each assigned task, program, or publication; and 5) Work cooperatively to successfully meet the needs of General Assembly members and staff and to successfully implement all Clerk’s Office policies, procedures, and programs.

The application deadline is October 21, 2019.  For more details and to apply, go to

2020 Session Support Services Assistant - Virginia House of Delegates

The Session Support Services Assistant helps the Assistant Clerk and the Purchasing Officer in providing support services to members and staff.

The application deadline is October 21, 2019.  For more information and to apply, go to

2020 Session Copy and Folding Assistant - Virginia House of Delegates

The Support Services Assistant/Copy and Center coordinates and perform the activities related to the House Copy and Folding Center, during the Legislative Session, so that services are provided in a timely and efficient manner to the Members and staff.

The application deadline is October 21, 2019.  For more details and to apply, go to

2020 Session Maintenance Coordinator - Virginia House of Delegates

The Session Maintenance coordinator handles the general maintenance responsibilities of the House of Delegates to insure that member and staff offices and all House of Delegates owned space is in correct working order.

The application deadline is October 21, 2019.  For more details and to apply, go to

2020 Session Audio & Video Equipment Technician - Virginia House of Delegates

The Session Audio & Video Equipment Technician is responsible for setting up, testing and operation audio and video equipment in House Committee Rooms to support the live and archived streaming of House Full Committee Meetings, as well as setup and support of voting system and sound equipment in subcommittee rooms. There may be some flexibility in work hours. Job begins December 16, 2019 for needed training and will end on March 7, 2020, depending on the agency’s business needs. Some early morning and evening hours required.

The application deadline is October 21, 2019.  For more details and to apply, go to

Federal Policy Analyst - NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development

As the Federal Policy Analyst for the Division of Goverment Affairs, you will will be a key member of the Division of Governmental Affairs team assisting in the creation and advancement of the Agency’s federal legislative and policy agenda, providing key analysis and strategic advice to the agency.

The application deadline is November 8, 2019 -  for more details and to apply, go to

Multiple Positions - City of Hampton Community Development Department

The City of Hampton's Community Development Department has the following jobs posted: