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Tax Division Accepting Applications For Law Student Volunteer


01/02/2018 11:39 AM EST
Tax Division (TAX)
Tax Division
Washington, District of Columbia
Application Deadline: May 1, 2018

 The Tax Division works to provide a valuable internship experience by attempting to ensure that legal interns assist in as many aspects of the Division’s work as possible, and that interns are provided written or oral feedback on their assignments.   

Interns are assigned to a section for the semester and work closely with that section’s attorneys on a wide range of issues, to the extent allowed by law.  Interns are frequently asked to research legal issues that arise in pending cases, but may also be asked to prepare legal memoranda or draft pleadings, briefs, motions, and other legal documents.  Interns may assist with discovery, including drafting interrogatories, document requests, and subpoenas.  Interns may have the opportunity to help attorneys prepare for arguments, trials, and hearings, and may have the opportunity to attend and observe those that are local.

Interns will be expected to work approximately 10-12 weeks during the semester, for a minimum of 15 hours per week.  It is anticipated that most interns will be attending classes during the semester and will therefore be working a part-time schedule; however, the sections will attempt to accommodate requests for full-time internships.


Help Wanted - Smithtown Historical Society Museum Educator

Museum Educator, Smithtown, NY
The Smithtown Historical Society is seeking an experienced educator, passionate about history and eager to teach others about the rich history of Smithtown and heritage of Long Island.  The Museum Educator is able to work both independently and as part of a team, working closely with the Director of Education and other Museum Educators, enthusiastically supporting the Society’s mission of preservation, restoration, and interpretation of Long Island’s heritage for the education and enjoyment of the public.
Museum Educators possess the skills and historical knowledge needed to deliver engaging programs for school-age children and adults, and may be called upon to help develop new, quality programs and to enhance existing offerings. As part of the Education Team, Museum Educators are involved in the planning and delivery of School Field Trip Programs and Summer Camp, Scout and Community Group Visits (both on and off-site), School Break Programs, Spring Farm Festival, Heritage Country Fair, Heritage Country Christmas, Civil War Encampment, and all Education Department programs and events.
A flexible schedule is required for year-round part-time hours, Monday through Friday with occasional weekend events/programs. Knowledge of Smithtown or Long Island history and museum experience a positive. Also, an Educator experienced in colonial skills such as cooking, spinning, weaving, blacksmithing etc is a plus.
To apply, submit a resume by mail to:
Director of Education
Smithtown Historical Society
239 Middle Country Road
Smithtown, NY 11787
or email: education@smithtownhistorical.org


Smithtown Needs Volunteer Drivers For Meals On Wheels Program

Volunteer Drivers Needed for Meals on Wheels Program

Do you have a couple of free hours in your week?  Would you like to provide a vital service to senior citizens in your community? The Town of Smithtown Senior Citizens Department has an opportunity for you! 

We are looking for volunteers to deliver meals to the homebound elderly in the Smithtown community. Meals are delivered in the late morning each Monday - Friday and require as little as two hours a week, one to four days per month. You can even choose to be a “back-up” driver if your time is limited. Our volunteers use their own vehicles and are reimbursed for mileage. 

Volunteer with a friend and share the experience! If you have the time to spare, we would love to have you join our wonderful group of volunteers. For more information, call us at 631-360-7616 and ask for Tina.

Funding for this nutrition program is provided by the Suffolk County Office for the Aging, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services through the New York State Office for the Aging, and the Town of Smithtown.

For more information about the Smithtown Senior Citizens Department visit us at 420 Middle Country Road in Smithtown or  HYPERLINK “http://www.smithtownny.gov” www.smithtownny.gov.