Staten Island, NY, February 14, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The Nightwatch Program, a non-profit organization dedicated to community improvement and crime prevention announced 2009 internships at a press conference on Thursday morning at its New York headquarters.
"An internship is a great way to 'test drive' a career path, and gain "real-life" experience in an occupation." Remarked John Burbridge, Executive Director at a press conference on Thursday morning. College credit and letters of references will be written as needed by the selected interns. Most positions require less then ten-fifteen hours of dedication weekly, and can be completed remotely.
"Many have found high profile positions as a result of a successful internship." added Melissa Morse, Volunteer Coordinator.
Current opportunities include:
* Research Associate
* Youth Events associate
Interested parties are encouraged to apply by e-mailing resumes and letters of intent to Melissa Morse, Volunteer Coordinator at Volunteer@nightwatchonline.com. It is important that you reference the position you are applying for.
About The Nightwatch Program
The Nightwatch Program is a non-profit organization which seeks to provide training and education to community groups and civic leaders who which to improve their community through outreach events, and neighborhood watch programs. The Nightwatch Program was incepted in 1994 and quickly evolved into a nationwide organization assisting community minded citizens across the United States of America.