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IMPD accepting applications for police officers

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The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) is currently accepting applications for the position of Merit Police Officer. Those wishing to participate in the next written exam, scheduled for March 2014, must complete the initial application before 11:59 p.m., on February 28, 2014.

IMPD will continue its recruiting efforts, searching colleges and universities, and consulting with community organizations, to find the best and brightest candidates to serve the Indianapolis Community. Application cards will be accepted on an ongoing basis at

http://joinimpd.indy.gov for those interested in being a part of the continuous recruiting process.

Throughout the years, IMPD has sought a diverse applicant pool and will continue to focus its recruiting efforts on the selection of a workforce which reflects the community it serves. Minorities and women are strongly encouraged to apply.

"If you desire to challenge yourself and advance your life, you may have what it takes to work for the best police department in the country," said IMPD Chief Richard Hite.

For more information on the requirements and to complete the initial application, please visit

http://joinimpd.indy.gov . Those interested in learning more can also email a recruiter at IMPD_Recruiter@indy.gov .




 

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Arts for Learning The Indiana Affiliate of Young Audiences Internships

Interested in an internship?

Arts for Learning internships are available year-round. If you’re a college student with an interest in the nonprofit sector and education, we could be a good fit for you. We offer internships in programming, marketing, development, and special events. To learn more, email Megan at mwatson@artsforlearningindiana.org!

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Current Internship Opportunities

Arts for Summer Learning – Program Interns (2)

The internship is in three parts. Part I: interns will create and implement a fundraising project in the spring semester and do preparatory work for the program (10 days); Part II: interns will manage the implementation of the program in 8 classrooms at 4 sites – assist the artists, participate in programming, implement assessment of the program, and provide administrative support to the site (24 days); Part III: interns will gather data and create documents for final reporting (5 days). This internship is estimated for a total of 210 hours. Interns will have multiple senior employees as mentors throughout the experience but reports to the Senior Director of Programs directly.

This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in learning future career in arts administration, non-profit management and fundraising, and gain the confidence and experience needed to excel when it’s time to make your own way in the world.

Good candidates will be college-age, responsible and self-directed, and have a passion for the arts, children and arts education.  Having your own transportation is necessary. A minimal stipend is provided.

Time Commitment:

Part I: Spring semester, 10 days (start time depends on the intern’s schedule)

Part II: June –July, 24 days

Part II: end of July into August, 5 days

Specific schedule is based on assigned site schedules.

To Apply: Please send resume and cover letter, including availability, to Ploi Pagdalian, ppagdalian@artsforlearningindiana.org.


 

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