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The Arizona Legislative and Government Internship Program is a competitive university-wide program that provides an opportunity to intern full-time at a state agency, the Arizona State Legislature, the Governor's Office, or the Arizona Supreme Court during spring semester. Participants receive a tuition and fee waiver, a stipend of approximately $4,700, and 12 undergraduate or 9 graduate internship credits. For this competitive program, interns are placed in various agencies, the Arizona State Legislature, the Governor's Office, and the Arizona Supreme Court during the Spring semester. This program is run out of the School of Politics and Global Studies: https://spgs.clas.asu.edu/student-life/internships/arizona-legislative-internship-program
Sometimes the Internet has to check you. It's as simple as that. A 20-year-old student intern at a wellness products company in Arizona found that out this week when her crazy racist tweet went viral and got her fired. Here's how that happens. First, Erika Escalante posts a racist ass tweet with photos of her and a friend picking cotton with the caption "Our inner nigger came out today." No chill. Then people start going in, which causes her to delete the Tweet, but not before multiple screengrabs were taken to ensure that tweet was never, ever, going away completely. Gotcha. Then people started letting her job know about it. Done. Subscribe to Complex for More: http://goo.gl/PJeLOl Check out more of Complex here: http://www.complex.com https://twitter.com/ComplexMag https://www.face...
Hi Friends! (I think the music is a bit creepy but eh) Recently I went to Arizona and California on vacation and to visit my family. Here's are some of the clips I took, because I was too busy enjoying my life there (aka eating a bunch of food). :D Get Social with Us! Email - email@example.com Twitter - @InternsChannel Eileen: Snapchat - eileendiazxox Instagram - interneileen Julie: Snapchat - julieelchaer Instagram - internjulie Rubix Cube by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
Hundreds of students from across the country started their summer internships at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md in June 2016. The interns will experience a wide range of projects across Earth science, heliophysics, astrophysics, planetary science, engineering, and technology. This video includes interviews with interns Robert Kunkel (University of Oklahoma), Marjorie Rodriguez (University of Puerto Rico - Mayaguez), Chaddor Lau (Capitol Technology University), Hector Delgado (University of Puerto Rico - Cayey), Mengyu "Allen" Wang (Iowa State University), Priscilla Baltezar (Humboldt State University), Cassie Jones (Arizona State University and Auburn University), Kiyun Kim (Barnard College), Steven West (University of Michigan), and Ekaterina Vydra (Florida Gulf Coas...
If we heard you correctly, you said you wanted to be an intern at one of the most exciting and innovative companies in Arizona? Well you're in luck because we want you to join our team!
Jose, from Chandler, Arizona, talks about his recent internship with Hispanic digital marketing firm DK Web Consulting. Music provided by Dexter Britain, "The Tea Party" under Creative Commons licence.
I interned for KSAZ, (Fox 10 in Arizona) during the Spring 2012 semester. This is a montage of all the times I was mentioned during the morning show. Enjoy! To see the other work I accomplished while working for KSAZ please visit: https://vimeo.com/user10951873/videos
A team of Common Ground students spent this summer in Arizona as part of LEAF -- Leaders in Environmental Action for the Future -- a national program of The Nature Conservancy. Common Ground is one of 20 urban environmental high schools that are part of the LEAF network, providing amazing opportunities for our students and teachers.
KEYS High School Summer Internship Program is committed to providing hands-on research opportunities to talented students from diverse backgrounds. By exposing them to all facets of science research at the University of Arizona, KEYS fosters knowledge, skills, and confidence and helps students define their degree and career goals.