Internship and Co-op

  • Job Title: Paid Marketing Internship
    Job ID:54290
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:$8.40 - $10.00
    Employment Start Date:7/28/2017
    Job Description:Key Responsibilities for Position Position Summary: This position will be responsible for assisting with the various Sodexo Campus Dining marketing initiatives across campus. The ideal candidate will possess excellent customer service skills with the ability to contribute toward overarching marketing goals while working independently on specific duties that fit within Sodexo’s marketing strategy. Flexible availability and strong time management skills to meet the business needs are a must. Candidate must possess skills needed to facilitate strong professional social connections and to develop Sodexo’s role in marketing our services and engaging the campus community. Prior experience in dining services, marketing or campus engagement is a must. • Work with Unit Marketing Coordinator to increase profitable sales growth year-over-year, increase customer satisfaction and ensure client retention. • Support of Creating Exceptional Student Experiences positioning through a keen understanding of how to leverage marketing tactics at each touch point of the consumer journey. • Assist with the creation and implementation of all communication collateral, print, web, social media, etc. (MUST have experience with Microsoft Publisher) • Support implementation and tracking of Sodexo Marketing Plan. • Implement national Sodexo and NMSU-specific campus and retail promotions. • Assist with implementation of Sodexo Student Board of Directors. • Support the Better Tomorrow Plan initiatives through marketing, promotion and communication of campus research including customer satisfaction through bi-annual mandatory surveys. • Monitor campus websites and social media outlets to ensure compliance and up-to-date information. • Assist with communication, promotion, implementation and tracking of all account-level research to include bi-annual customer satisfaction surveys, focus groups, customer segmentation processes, food preference surveys, and custom account analysis in tandem with Unit Marketing Coordinator. • Ability and flexibility to complete additional marketing responsibilities and projects as assigned.
    Qualifications:Prior job or educational experience in marketing, communication and Microsoft Publisher is preferred. Willingness to be open to learning and growing. Maturity of judgment and behavior. Maintains high standards for work areas and appearance. Maintains a positive attitude. Ability to work a flexible schedule helpful. Must comply with any dress code requirements. Must be able to work nights, weekends and some holidays. Attends work and shows up for scheduled shift on time with satisfactory regularity. The ideal candidate must have excellent customer service, organizational and interpersonal skills. S/he must be detail-oriented and comfortable completing tasks under minimal supervision.
    Job Category:Marketing - General
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Spring 2018 Student Internship Program (UNPAID)
    Job ID:54271
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:UNPAID
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The U.S. Department of State is the lead U.S. foreign affairs agency responsible for advancing freedom for the benefit of the American people and the international community. The Department’s employees, Foreign Service Officers and Specialists, Civil Service professionals and Foreign Service Nationals work at more than 270 embassies, consulates, and missions. Together, they help to build and sustain a more democratic, secure, and prosperous world composed of well-governed states that respond to the needs of their people, reduce widespread poverty, and act responsibly within the international system. The U.S. Department of State Student Internship is an unpaid, intensive internship offering U.S. citizen undergraduate and graduate students a chance to participate in the formulation and implementation of U.S. foreign policy, working closely with representatives of the U.S. Department of State’s Foreign and Civil Services. The program is both professionally and academically beneficial, providing participants with hands-on experience and insight into the substance and daily operations of U.S. foreign policy. About half of U.S. Department of State Student Internship participants serve in Washington, D.C., with a limited number of opportunities available at Department field offices and facilities in other cities in the United States. Approximately half of these opportunities are offered in many of the over 270 U.S. embassies, consulates and missions to international organizations around the world. The U.S. Department of State Student Internship is also the only program within the agency that offers U.S. citizen undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to work at a U.S. Embassy or Consulate overseas. Applicants are allowed to select two bureaus or overseas posts in which they would like to work. U.S. Department of State Student Internships generally last 10 weeks. Participants must be able to work a full time schedule (minimum of 32 hours per week). The U.S. Department of State Student Internship is NOT part of the Pathways Program. Unpaid internships in the U.S. Department of State Student Internship program cannot be non-competitively converted to Pathways Internship appointments, nor can they be non-competitively converted to career positions in the U.S. Department of State’s Foreign or Civil Services. Duties The Department of State tries to provide Student Interns with opportunities both educationally and professionally substantive in nature. The purpose of the program is to provide students with insight into the work of U.S. foreign policy and the administration of the U.S. Department of State and its diplomatic facilities around the world. Specific duties and responsibilities vary according to the domestic office or overseas post of assignment. Former Department of State Student Interns have written reports on human rights issues, participated in trade negotiations, assisted with U.S. citizens services or visa work, helped Americans in distress abroad, supported and helped to coordinate international conferences and visits of high-level officials, researched economic or environmental issues, monitored and evaluated media reporting, supported educational and cultural exchange activities and identified U.S. experts to speak overseas, and worked on web pages and electronic journals. Other examples include interns with scientific and technical backgrounds working on issues such as arms control, genetically modified organisms (GMO's), infectious diseases, and remote sensing. Also, students interested in management and administration may use their expertise working on projects involving budgets, human resources, information systems, or general logistical support to posts abroad. Student Experience Interns should also expect to do some routine administrative work.
    Qualifications:Job Requirements Key Requirements •Must be enrolled as a degree-seeking student •A continuing student and taking at least half-time academic course load •Must be willing to work a full time schedule (minimum of 32 hours per week) •Must be at least a college Junior •Must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher •Requires either a Public Trust, Secret or Top Secret security clearance Qualifications Please see the below "Requirements" section for a list of qualifications. To qualify you must: 1.Be a United States citizen 2.Be at least 16 years old 3.Have at least a 3.0 GPA 4.Be pursuing a baccalaureate or graduate degree. 5.Be a college junior, senior, or graduate student.—You are considered a college junior if you will be starting your junior year immediately following the completion of your internship. 6.Be enrolled in an accredited college or university on at least a half-time basis. 7.Be a continuing student—This means that you will be returning to or have the intention at the time of application of returning to your course of study the semester/quarter, immediately following the completion of your internship. 8.Be able to receive and maintain a security clearance. Security Clearance Secret
    Job Category:Government and Policy
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Infographic Design Intern
    Job ID:54248
    No of Openings:2
    Wage/Salary:Unpaid Internship
    Employment Start Date:06/13/2017
    Job Description:This is an unpaid internship. The intern will, depending on performance, be published on a conference poster at an upcoming biotechnology conference and receive a strong letter of recommendation. For interns that perform excellently, future employment with AEGorsuch Designs will be considered. The work will consist of working in collaboration with the founder and the engineering teams to communicate features in a clear and concise manner, while designing a product infographic video with an eye for attractiveness and detail.
    Qualifications:Minimum qualifications include: ability to work in a team, ability to understand needs of company, excellent writing and organization skills, web design and development experience. Preferred candidates: are from the Creative Media Technology Program with a specialization in infographic video design, experience in graphic design, and experience with web design.
    Job Category:Other
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:
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  • Job Title:Web Design Intern
    Job ID:54247
    No of Openings:2
    Wage/Salary:Unpaid Internship
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description: This is an unpaid internship. The intern will, depending on performance, be published on a conference poster at an upcoming biotechnology conference and receive a strong letter of recommendation. For interns that perform excellently, future employment with AEGorsuch Designs will be considered. The work will consist of working in collaboration with the founder and the engineering teams to communicate features in a clear and concise manner, while redesigning the company website with an eye for attractiveness and detail.
    Qualifications:Minimum qualifications include: ability to work in a team, ability to understand needs of company, excellent writing and organization skills, web design and development experience. Preferred candidates: are from the Creative Media Technology Program with a specialization in web design, experience in graphic design, and experience with infographic video design.
    Job Category:Web Design
    Position Type:Internship
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  • Job Title: Graphic Design Intern
    Job ID:54241
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:Unpaid Internship
    Employment Start Date:06/13/2017
    Job Description:This is an unpaid internship. The intern will, depending on performance, be published on a conference poster at an upcoming biotechnology conference and receive a strong letter of recommendation. For interns that perform excellently, future employment with AEGorsuch Designs will be considered. The work will consist of working in collaboration with the founder and the engineering teams to communicate features in a clear and concise manner, while formatting graphic items like posters and the like for conferences.
    Qualifications: Minimum qualifications include: ability to work in a team, ability to understand needs of company, excellent writing and organization skills, graphic experience. Preferred candidates: are from the Creative Media Technology Program with a specialization in graphic design, experience in web design, and experience with infographic video design.
    Job Category:Engineering, Other
    Position Type:Internship
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  • Job Title:CAD Drafter Internship
    Job ID:54239
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:13/hr
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:PDG, Inc. is a commercial developer specializing in building and development projects across the nation--particularly retail and restaurant types. PDG, Inc. is seeking a Computer Aided Design (CAD) Drafter Intern. Under the supervision of the Design Manager, the intern will oversee and create technical drawings, plans and sketches using computer-aided software. A certain degree of architectural creativity and latitude is required. AutoCAD Intern will work in a team environment including drafters, engineers, project managers, and others as required, to ensure accuracy, best practices and low cost solutions. Intern position to work under Design Manager Alex Salcido who has over 15 years of experience in the field of site plan and building design and layout. Prestige Development Group (PDG, Inc.) does not discriminate in employment or applications for employment based on an applicant’s sex, race, color, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, service in the armed forces of the United States, disability, or any other protected classification as outlined by Federal, State or local laws. Equal access to programs, services and employment is available to all persons. Part-time to Full-time
    Qualifications:2+ years of experience with a working knowledge of architectural and civil engineering principles and building codes. Basic knowledge of building & site infrastructure including electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and structural systems. Experienced working knowledge of AutoCAD 2015 software. Understanding of building and site construction permit process thru government departments a plus. Urban planning basic concepts knowledge is preferable. Experience with architectural/civil design drafting, interpretation of electrical and mechanical engineering drawings, including, but not limited to sitemaps, construction drawings, building plans & profiles, sections and building elevations, and site planning. Ability to do color and material selections for building construction. Ability to communicate with other professionals, respond to technical construction inquiries. Understanding of commercial project development concepts, and familiar with network environments, file management, & MS Office products are required. Excellent customer service, verbal and written communication skills and ability to work in a fast-paced, detailed-oriented, challenging work environment is required.
    Job Category:Computer Aided Design
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Temporary Hire Student Internship Program - IC-CAE, GEOINT CAE and NGA Designated Schools Only
    Job ID:54234
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:Band 01 $21,459 - $58,428 Band 02 $40,956 - $78,703
    Employment Start Date:Summer 2018
    Job Description: The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), the World Leader in Geospatial Intelligence. Imagine being able to identify anything on, above, or beneath the Earth's surface and display that information visually to provide a meaningful foundation for decision-making to ensure the safety of the world. That's the job of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. We analyze imagery and data from many sources and incorporate it into visual displays of essential information for use in national defense, homeland security, and safety of navigation. Central to the success of our mission are the extraordinary talents and skills of our teams of analysts and other professionals. We need the best minds to provide the information edge, continuing NGA's role as the premier provider of Geospatial Intelligence worldwide. Know the Earth... Show the Way... Understand the World ASSIGNMENT DESCRIPTION: Temporary Hire Students perform a variety of functions and tasks in support of the organization to which they are assigned. Selected students are placed in one year appointments to be extended upon successful completion of each work period, as indicated by supervisor evaluations. Temporary Student Hires must commit to a 10 consecutive week summer work period for each year in the program. NGA views student employees as our future workforce. The work performed is professional in nature and is conducted in a learning environment that gives the student the opportunity to be evaluated for potential permanent employment. Student employment assignments are based on entry level professional job descriptions and will involve a great deal of independent work under the guidance of a supervisor and mentor. Student interns will have the opportunity to choose from two (2) internship focus areas: Core Mission and Mission Support. Please find below a description of the relevant Career Services (Directorates) that pertain to each internship focus area. Additional Information Mission Support: (Relevant Career Services) CONTRACTS * The contracts career service (CCS) mission is to recruit, hire, develop and manage a highly proficient and diverse contracting workforce. The CCS procures a variety of products and services using both simple and complex contract types and methodologies to satisfy NGA-wide mission requirements. The contract career service has one occupational grouping which consists of two specialized work roles: contract specialist and purchasing agent. CORPORATE * The corporate career service (CCS) mission is to develop a cadre of corporate professionals to support the NGA GEOINT mission. Members of the CCS workforce can be found in almost every component, contributing to NGA policies, programs and initiatives. The CCS consists of eight occupations - partner engagement; audit; inspection; investigation; ombudsman; policy and strategy; communications; and legal - and 21 work roles associated with these occupations. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT * The financial management career service (FMCS) is a formal structure charged with the management and development of NGA's financial management occupations. FMCS occupations include budget analysts, financial analysts and accountants. FMCS professionals in these occupations serve a variety of roles within the financial management directorate, with some analysts matrixed to support NGA key components (KCs). Budget analysts formulate, analyze, present, defend, communicate and execute NGA's financial program. They also provide financial analysis, guidance and advice to customers. Finance analysts research a wide range of financial issues and provide regulatory and procedural guidance to customers. Accountants manage accounting and financial processes and transactions related to recording and reporting NGA's financial activity. They review financial and accounting results to ensure quality, accuracy and compliance with appropriate legal, regulatory and procedural requirements to produce auditable financial statements. HUMAN CAPITAL * The human capital career service (HCCS) supports employees by providing a structure to facilitate personal and professional growth. This includes fostering a climate that promotes mobility and developmental opportunities, providing education opportunities that aid employees in identifying career goals and the pursuit of these goals. HCCS also establishes ongoing systems and processes that balance employee career goals and organizational needs, thus ensuring that Human Development (HD) and the Office of Diversity Management and Equal Employment Opportunity (ODE) have the continuity of talent and appropriate skill mix needed to meet their missions. The human capital occupation contains four disciplines: human resources, training and education, diversity and equal employment opportunity, and human capital strategy. Each discipline includes multiple work roles and each employee is assigned a specific work role with defined work descriptions and competencies (skills and knowledge areas). PROGRAM & OFFICE ADMINISTRATION * The program and office administration career service (POACS) is a formal structure charged with the management of NGA's program and office administration professionals to ensure occupational proficiency, professional development, and career progression meet current and future mission needs. POACS employees are in every KC and 20 locations around the world; therefore, coordination and cooperation is imperative for the continued success of the POACS. SECURITY & FACILITIES * The security and facilities career service (SFCS) is dedicated to helping security and facilities professionals achieve their career goals while meeting the current and future mission needs of NGA. SFCS professionals protect NGA's people, programs, and infrastructure and provide a safe, modern work environment for NGA employees and its customers. SFCS represents a diverse set of occupations, including adjudication, counterintelligence, information systems, law enforcement, polygraph examination, security, engineering (civil, electrical, facilities and mechanical), logistics, installation management and emergency management. In accordance with NGA mission needs, permanent positions with NGA may be offered to students who perform successfully during work periods and complete program requirements. Permanent employment is not a guarantee through the internship program. Please note that the locations listed are not exhaustive. Although most students will be placed at one of NGA's core employment sites in the Washington DC or St. Louis Metro Areas, placements may also be made at other NGA sites, based on mission needs. Additional Information INTERNSHIP FOCUS AREAS Core Mission: (Relevant Career Services) ANALYSIS * The analysis career service (ACS) employees serve the information needs of the intelligence, defense, and foreign policy communities through the delivery of timely, relevant and accurate geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) in support of national security objectives. ACS employees provide leadership on substantive issues, operations, tradecraft development, analytical tools and techniques to partners and GEOINT customers, including civilians, government agencies, policymakers and the armed forces deployed around the globe. ACS encompasses four GEOINT occupations: imagery analysis, imagery science, analytic methodology and geospatial analysis. COLLECTION * The collection career service (CCS) serves members of the collection tradecraft have the mission to discover, acquire and deliver information used to create GEOINT. To that end, they collaborate with customers and source providers to develop comprehensive and innovative multi-intelligence, multi-source strategies to address information needs and fill intelligence gaps. They create and adjudicate requirements tasked to National Technical Means, ensure product dissemination, analyze collection performance, and evaluate and report on end-to-end GEOINT system performance. They also advise customers in support of the National System for Geospatial-Intelligence (NSG). Other functions within the tradecraft include open-source research, integration of new sensors and platforms, methods and processes. They manage NSG geospatial product libraries and the throughput process to ensure delivery of GEOINT data and services to a diverse customer base. Members serving in the collection occupation are commonly called GEOINT analysts. CONTENT & VISUALIZATION * The content & visualization career service (CVCS) serves all of NGA's content management and media production professionals who in turn support NGA production and analysis across the intelligence community. CVCS professionals deliver innovative and dynamic services that provide conveyance and context to NGA analysis, ensuring that world-shaping decisions are based on clear and concise information. The CVCS is comprised of content managers, knowledge curators, editors, visual information specialists, imagery production specialists, advanced visualization specialists, multimedia specialists, model makers and data management specialists. FOUNDATION * The foundation career service (FCS) serves NGA analysts that provide timely and accurate data, products, applications, and services that are dynamically updated, easily discoverable and consumable, and delivered to the warfighter. FCS is comprised of NGA's Aeronautical, Bathymetry, Cartographic, Data Management, Data Science, Data Steward, Human Geography, Linguist, Photogrammetry, Maritime, Surveyor, Orbital and Earth Science Analysts. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY * The information technology career service (ITCS) seeks to attract, retain and develop the highly skilled and diverse workforce necessary to achieve current and future business and operational requirements supporting the agency's dynamic and evolving missions. The ITCS is comprised of four occupational groupings: cybersecurity; IT architecture & engineering; IT operations; and program management. RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT * The research & development career service (RDCS) provides a formal structure for managing the NGA research and development (R&D) workforce. The RDCS offers a focused career path for professional development, an occupational home shared by one's professional peers, and increased opportunities for more tailored training and mentoring aligned with RDCS members' scientific disciplines and work roles. RDCS is comprised of three work roles which represent the R&D workforce: R&D technologist, R&D scientist and R&D manager.
    Qualifications: MANDATORY QUALIFICATION CRITERIA: For this particular job, applicants must meet all competencies reflected under the Mandatory Qualification Criteria to include education (if required). Online resumes must demonstrate qualification by providing specific examples and associated results, in response to the announcement's mandatory criteria specified in this vacancy announcement: * U.S. Citizen * At least 18 years of age * A cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale, as determined by your academic institution (once accepted, students must maintain at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA to continue in the program) * Students must attend classes on at least a half-time schedule as defined by your educational facility * Students must be currently enrolled in an associate, baccalaureate, graduate or post-graduate degree which aligns to the occupation (listed above under "Additional Information"). Please note that students who are pursuing certificates are not eligible for Temporary Hire Student positions unless they are also enrolled in a relevant degree program. * Students may not graduate from the academic program to which they are applying under prior to Fall 2018. EDUCATION REQUIREMENT: Incumbent must be currently enrolled in an associate's, bachelor's, graduate or post graduate degree program. Students must maintain a cumulative 3.0 G.P.A. on 4.0 scale. Students graduating from their current degree program prior to or during the Summer of 2018 must be accepted and enrolled in a subsequent degree program for the Fall of 2018 in order to remain eligible for the Temporary Hire Student position. Qualifications Desirable To apply, complete your application online. To be considered, applications MUST indicate your school, major/minor (or anticipated major, if undecided), and expected graduation date, as well as any courses taken, or currently taking, that are relevant to the position you are applying for. Information regarding special projects, and previous work experience should also be included, as well as other details that may be relevant to this position, such as volunteer experiences, internships, computer skills, extracurricular activities, and achievements. PLEASE NOTE: If selected, applicants will be required to submit their official transcript via mail by Jan 15, 2018. All offers of employment are contingent upon maintenance of a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0/4.0, as determined by your academic institution and all other mandatory qualification criteria; all students with offers of employment will be required to submit an updated transcript reflecting Spring 2018 grades, and a continued cumulative GPA of 3.0/4.0 prior to entering on duty with NGA for Summer 2018. Depending upon the job to which you are selected, you MAY be subject to any of the following: 1. Color Vision Examination 2. Stereoscopic Vision Examination Student must annotate which work role/degree field they are applying to in their application materials (Cover Letter or Application). Cover letters are not required, but are strongly recommended, as they provide an opportunity to assess applicants' communication skills. Ensure that the contact information provided when applying is current and will remain current until the end of the year. Special Info External NGA EMPLOYABILITY REQUIREMENTS: As a condition of employment at NGA, persons being considered for employment must meet NGA fitness for employment standards. (include link to employability information/criteria) * US Citizenship * Security Clearance (Top Secret/Sensitive Comparted Information) * Polygraph * Direct Deposit * Position is subject to Drug Testing Applicant Evaluation Process APPLICANT EVALUATION PROCESS: Applicants will be evaluated for this job opportunity in three stages: 1) All applicants will be evaluated using the Mandatory Qualification Criteria, 2) Qualified applicants will then be evaluated by an expert or panel of experts using a combination of qualification criteria to determine the best-qualified candidates, 3) Best-qualified applicants will be further evaluated through a HireVue interview. Applicants are encouraged to carefully review the Assignment Description, Qualification Requirements and construct their resumes to highlight their most relevant and significant experience and education for this job opportunity. This description should include examples that detail the level and complexity of the performed work. Applicants are encouraged to provide any education information referenced in the announcement. If education is listed as a mandatory requirement, only degrees obtained from an institution accredited by an accrediting organization recognized by the Secretary, US Department of Education will be accepted. As a condition of employment at NGA, persons being considered for employment must meet NGA fitness for employment standards. In accordance with section 9902(h) of title 5, United States Code, annuitants reemployed in the Department of Defense shall receive full annuity and salary upon appointment. They shall not be eligible for retirement contributions, participation in the Thrift Savings Plan, or a supplemental or redetermined annuity for the reemployment period. Discontinued service retirement annuitants (i.e., retired under section 8336(d)(1) or 8414(b)(1)(A) of title 5, United States Code) appointed to the Department of Defense may elect to be subject to retirement provisions of the new appointment as appropriate. (See DoD Instruction 1400.25, Volume 300, at http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives.) All candidates will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, disability, or sexual orientation. NGA provides reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities. Applications will only be accepted online. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please notify us at recruitment@nga.mil. The decision on granting reasonable accommodation will be on a case-by-case basis. DCIPS Statement This position is a DCIPS position in the Excepted Service under 10 U.S.C. 1601. DoD Components with DCIPS positions apply Veterans' Preference to preference eligible candidates as defined by Section 2108 of Title 5 USC, in accordance with the procedures provided in DoD Instruction 1400.25, Volume 2005, DCIPS Employment and Placement. If you are an external applicant claiming veterans' preference, as defined by Section 2108 of Title 5 U.S.C., you must self-identify your eligibility in our ERecruit application. This position is funded by the National Intelligence Program (NIP). Benefits Pay is only part of the compensation you will earn working for the Federal Government. We offer a broad array of benefits programs and family friendly flexibilities to meet the needs of you and your family. Here are some of the highlights: Employees on temporary appointments, employees on seasonal schedules who will be working a schedule of less than six months per year, and intermittent employees who are expected to work 130 hours per month or more for at least 90 days will be eligible to enroll in a FEHB plan. These employees receive the same government contribution as full-time permanent employees. Temporary employees working for 12 consecutive months who are already eligible to enroll in the FEHB Program and who are expected to work for 130 hours per month for at least 90 days are eligible to receive full employer contribution toward the FEHB premium. Additional information and further details can be located at OPM's website, http://www.opm.gov/healthcare-insurance/Guide-Me/New-Prospective-Employees/ Federal employees are entitled to at least 13 days of vacation leave as well as 13 days of sick leave each year. Depending on years of service, employees can earn up to 26 days of vacation leave each year. In addition, Federal employees get 10 days paid holiday each year. This allows employees time to spend with their families and to pursue their own individual interests and avocations. More information can be found at: http://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/pay-leave/ In addition to federal benefits, NGA employees are also eligible for a suite of benefits offered only to the Intelligence Community (IC). The Compass Rose Benefits Group (CRBG) offers insurance products and services to all IC civilian employees. Compass Rose benefits include: Term Life Insurance, Group Accident Plan, Income Replacement, and Long Term Care Insurance. For more information on this highly-restricted opportunity, please visit the Compass Rose website: http://www.compassrosebenefits.com
    Job Category:Federal Government
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:IT Helpdesk Intern
    Job ID:54207
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:12.50/hr
    Employment Start Date:ASAP
    Job Description:Provides support to PC/networking including installation, testing, repair, and troubleshooting for stand-alone PC, Thin Client, PCs linked to networks, printers, and other computer peripherals. Support responsibilities include software installation, and configurations. The ability to follow detailed instructions is necessary along with strong organization skill. Basic knowledge of computer programs, operating systems, and networking is preferred.
    Qualifications:Required Experience •High School Diploma •1 year experience in related field and/or •1 year education in Computer/Information Technology Preferred Experience • Associates or Bachelors Degree in Computer related field •Detailed knowledge of computers , thin clients and virtual servers
    Job Category:Computer, Information Technology and Mathematical
    Position Type:Internship, Part Time
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:2017 Summer Intern (NMSU Engineering Student)
    Job ID:54194
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:PAID
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Show us that you’d be fun to work with, that you get inspired by the toughest challenges in the world, and that you’re ready to—as Sir Richard says—screw business as usual, and we’d be thrilled to have you on board. Making history and doing something that has never been done before takes passionate, space loving people from all degree paths and interests. We’re open to the best people regardless of their age, color, or creed, but below are a few credentials that are essential to the job. Provide SpaceShip2 or WhiteKnight2 operations and flight test engineering development support with supporting VG engineers. Provide NM engineering fit-out planning support for Spaceport America (Mission Control, Simulator, communications, etc. Additional duties may support VG Spaceline Technical Operations development, Validation & Verification testing/reports development with TSC/VG engineers, and/or other related projects. Examples include: 1.Assist Spaceport America (SA) plans development for Mission Control Center (MCC) or Simulator implementation or configuration definition. 2.Review or investigate verification testing on SpaceShip2 and/or WhiteKnight2 vehicles in prepartuon for commercial service. 3.Review SpaceShip2 flight test plans, test points/cards with subject matter expert engineers. 4.Support maintenance team vehicle work integration and liaison between maintenance control and engineering. Support real-time integrated simulation or flight tests on SpaceShip2 and/or WhiteKnight2 vehicles.
    Qualifications: Bachelors STEM degree or Pursuing a Bachelors STEM degree at an accredited university, with expected graduation in 2017 or 2018 *Aerospace engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering or computer science preferred •Must be a current Engineering Student attending New Mexico State University Ideally: a rising Junior, a graduating Senior, or a first year graduate student with a top notch education including a high GPA (3.5 or above preferred), relevant coursework, impressive work and internship experience, a high GPA, and an entrepreneurial spirit. To conform to U.S. Government space technology export regulations, applicant must be a U.S. citizen, lawful permanent resident of the U.S., protected individual as defined by ITAR (22 CFR §120.15) or eligible to obtain the required authorizations from the U.S. Department of State. Excellent organizational skills and a high attention to detail •Manage projects with minimal supervision. Proactively addresses actions and issues. •Forms strong professional working relationships with team members who have limited finance experience •Excellent verbal, written, and social skills to communicate effectively with all levels of the organization •Happy to be hands on and work closely with cross-functional teams •Outgoing, personable, responsible, self-motivated and confident •Resourceful attitude (able to manage emergencies/isolation of location issues) •Ability to work in a fast paced team environment •Prior work experience on a human aviation/aerospace/spaceflight program is desired •GPA above 3.0 desired •Graduate students encouraged The Virgin Galactic organizations have a relaxed and informal culture that encourages individuality and innovation. You will be motivated, enterprising and enthusiastic. Company culture is such that you need to be able to "check your ego at the door", be a self-starter and possess a sense of humility. You will work well under commercial pressure and thrive on being given challenges and responsibility. You will communicate clearly and be confident and persuasive. You will have a high level of integrity and understand the need of complete confidentiality.
    Job Category:Engineering
    Position Type:Internship, Seasonal/Temporary/Summer
    Applicant Type:Active, Co-op Active
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  • Job Title:Temporary Support for R&D
    Job ID:54180
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:9.00
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:This position is responsible for executing the company's research and development program, collaborating closely with the company’s manufacturing, quality assurance and purchasing teams to create and develop new products. It is also responsible for working with production and quality personnel to translate recipes, prototypes to production scale products, participating in plant trial runs to assure production product is consistent with product development samples and customer expectations, understanding of GMPs, HACCP, and sanitation standards, participating in sensory evaluation to help ensure the highest quality of our products, and providing accurate and timely status reports.
    Qualifications:- Demonstrated ability to accurately scale materials using a laboratory balance to confirm with pre-written formula. - Basic math skills - Good communication skills in the lab - Self starter.
    Job Category:Dietetics/Nutrition
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Fall Internships and Apprenticeships at Wolf Trap
    Job ID:54166
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:$7.25/hour
    Employment Start Date:Flexible
    Job Description:Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts is a large performing arts organization that presents a wide spectrum of the performing arts: music, dance, theatre, opera and related education programs. Wolf Trap presents over 200 performances year-round, attracting more than 500,000 audience members annually. Wolf Trap’s internship and apprenticeship program provides meaningful hands-on training and experience in arts administration, education and technical theatre. POSITION DESCRIPTION: Selected as one of the "Best Places to Intern: 2009" by Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Wolf Trap internships and apprenticeships are 12 weeks long and part-time (21 – 24 hours per week) in the fall. All positions are paid. For individual position descriptions please see web site at wolftrap.org/internships.
    Qualifications:Reliable mode of transportation preferred – Not easily accessible by public transit Housing is not provided, but Wolf Trap will help participants find affordable housing Undergraduate students who have completed a minimum of one year of study, graduate students, recent graduates, and career-changers currently enrolled in a degree program. All majors are welcome. Interns and apprentices should possess enthusiasm, strong writing and organizational skills and proficient computer skills. All interns and apprentices must meet INS I-9 eligibility regulations.
    Job Category:Arts Administration
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:City of Hobbs Summer Internship Program #111
    Job ID:54094
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:$9.00 per hour (Full Range)
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:City of Hobbs Summer Internship Program #111 Seasonal $9.00 per hour (Full Range) SHIFT: Varies POSTED: May 23, 2017 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date. ESSENTIAL DUTIES The City of Hobbs offers internship opportunities for active college students to enhance their academic studies with real world experience. Through internship placements, students receive relevant training while providing valuable public service to the community. Under general direction and in conjunction with the Department Head and/or Supervisor, the Intern shall assist in the day to day activities for the City of Hobbs. This position is designed to train qualified individuals to prepare them for future roles in local government.
    Qualifications:PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Education and Experience Current enrollment in a college pursing a degree that can be correlated with Public Service or its entities. Experience in working with a non-profit organization or another government entity a plus. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (A) Working knowledge of computers and electronic data processing (B) Ability to effectively meet and interact with the public (C) Ability to conduct oneself professionally and effectively communicate, both verbally and in writing (D) Ability to handle stressful situations LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS: (A) Valid state issued driver’s license.
    Job Category:Other
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:
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  • Job Title:Engineering - Multiple Positions
    Job ID:54055
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:Competitive
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Please scroll through to view multiple engineering disciplines: Cyber Engineer: If cybersecurity is your area of expertise, consider Raytheon. Our cyber specialists protect the confidentiality of sensitive information processed, stored and moved through government information and commercial systems while developing products and solutions that are hardened against emerging cyber threats. Our cyber engineers are experts in cyber resiliency, data security and information assurance. To share your knowledge as a cyber specialist, you should have training in design, development, testing and deployment of software in at least two programming languages, an understanding of operating systems, and familiarity with assembly and networking protocols. Cyber projects may include - developing and enhancing security tools, exploit development, reverse engineering of software and hardware products, crash analysis, vulnerability assessment, malware detection, code development, system hardening and security certification and accreditation. Electrical Engineer: At Raytheon, electrical engineers design, develop and test electrical systems for military, civil and commercial applications – designing electrical equipment, facilities, components, products and systems for commercial, industrial and domestic purposes. Designers require expertise in analog, digital, FPGA, high-frequency circuit design and/or avionics design. Our electrical engineers work in a broad range of jobs including: design of digital, analog, RF and microwave electronics, such as high-speed, high-functionality circuit cards and integrated circuits, sensor, processors, antennas, power supplies and control systems. In addition to design work, our electrical engineers also support the manufacture, test, diagnosis and repair of new and existing Raytheon electronic products. Industrial Engineer: At Raytheon, industrial engineers develop and implement plans to maximize the quality and affordability of our products and factories. Industrial engineers work with product development teams to create advanced systems that meet customer quality, performance and cost goals. They also design, develop, test and evaluate integrated systems for managing industrial production processes, which include human factors, quality control, inventory control, logistics and material flow, cost analysis and production coordination. Mechanical Engineer: Are you looking for a challenging opportunity pushing the state-of-the-art in mechanical systems, kinetic designs or analysis? If so, consider Raytheon for a career in mechanical engineering. Opportunities may include: Design and production support of electro-mechanical systems, such as electro-optic systems, phased-array radar systems, and 3D modeling and communication systems. These systems, produced by Raytheon, are found in aircraft, missiles, satellites and ground-based products. The design of these systems requires the application of fundamental mechanical engineering skills in the areas of rotating structures, stress, vibration, thermodynamics, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, control systems, testing, metal fabrication techniques, aerodynamics and manufacturing processes. Knowledge of fundamental computer aided design tools, such as Pro/ENGINEER and/or CATIA, is considered an asset. Software Engineer: At Raytheon Company, software engineers shape the future of our systems and technology. Great software applications are essential for the success of our smart weapons, advanced sensors, surveillance equipment and complex data management systems. Whether your interests are in embedded systems, business applications, Web design or even complex data and analysis centers, your software skills can be challenged in exciting ways. We are recognized as a leader in software architecture, design, analysis, information assurance, cyber/security and product support. Specific responsibilities for software engineers vary by assignment, but here are some typical examples:  Participate in product development, including collaboration with systems engineers and hardware engineers to design, develop and test software, and embedded system software.  Must be proficient in two or more software development languages (preferably C++, Java and C).  Ability to use various software tools on workstations in typical software development environments.  Understanding of basic software principals, theories and concepts related to software engineering (including software development lifecycle and software development process) and object oriented analysis, design and programming. • Cyber security, cyber warfare, information assurance and counter cyber skills on multi-domain platforms and environments. Systems Engineering If you are a college student or recent graduate ready to take your skills to the next level while developing and testing the technology of tomorrow, consider Raytheon. Raytheon looks for motivated graduates to join our world-class engineering team. As a systems engineer, you have the opportunity to be a part of an exciting field of engineering, one that focuses on the development and organization of complex systems. You integrate other disciplines and specialty groups into a team, following a structured development process that proceeds from concept to production to operation and disposal. The systems engineer considers both the business and the technical needs of all customers with the goal of providing a quality product. Assignments at Raytheon cover technology areas ranging from night vision, radar and other sensors, missiles, command and control, communications, intelligence, and mission support systems. An entry level systems engineer at Raytheon can expect to apply training and knowledge to assignments in definition and analysis, system design and development, system modeling/simulation, system effectiveness/operational analysis, and system integration and test. Depending on program phase, they may also spend time in a laboratory or may travel to/from deployment sites for field integration and testing.   Process Engineering: • Designs and plans layout for such processes as hardening, washing, laminating, etching, engraving, polishing, painting, plating and other material-processing operations. • Plans sequence of operations and specifies procedures for cutting, shaping and otherwise preparing basic material, exercising judgment in compromising between conflicting requirements, economic evaluation of methods and operator effectiveness and comfort. • Conducts test and measurements throughout stages of production to determine control over such variables as temperature, density, specific gravity, pressure and viscosity. • Establishes and submits processing requirements to be met in designing and acquiring processing equipment. Many positions across Raytheon may require the eligibility to obtain a security clearance. Non-US citizens may not be eligible to obtain a security clearance. Security clearance factors include, but are not limited to, allegiance to the US, foreign influence, foreign preference, criminal conduct, security violations and drug involvement. Employment is contingent on other factors, including, but not limited to, background checks and drug screens. Interested job seekers must apply online at www.rayjobs.com/campus to determine if they meet qualifications for specific positions and other employment requirements. In addition to applying via your school’s career center, to be considered for any position, you must: Go online to ww.raytheon.com/campus Click ‘Search Jobs’ Type in the "Keyword or ID" box the position title and Click ‘Search’ Click on the ‘Posting Title’ Click ’Apply’ and follow the instructions
    Qualifications:Many positions across Raytheon may require the eligibility to obtain a security clearance. Non-US citizens may not be eligible to obtain a security clearance. Security clearance factors include, but are not limited to, allegiance to the US, foreign influence, foreign preference, criminal conduct, security violations and drug involvement. Employment is contingent on other factors, including, but not limited to, background checks and drug screens. Interested job seekers must apply online at www.rayjobs.com/campus to determine if they meet qualifications for specific positions and other employment requirements.
    Job Category:Architecture and Engineering, Computer, Information Technology and Mathematical, Cyber Security, Electronics - Aerospace, Engineering, Engineering - Aerospace, Engineering - Chemical, Engineering - Computer, Engineering - Control Systems, Engineering - Design, Engineering - Electrical and Electronics, Engineering - Mechanical, Engineering - Physics, Engineering - Process, Engineering - Product, Engineering - Project, Government Contracting, Information Technology Consulting, Mathmatics, MIS
    Position Type:Full-Time, Internship
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  • Job Title:2017 Fall Co-op/Internship - Software Development Engineer
    Job ID:54033
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:Competitive
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Must apply to Amazon.jobs: https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/516841 *Must be enrolled at a university that has a formal co-op or off-cycle internship program. Otherwise, please apply to the 2018 Summer Internship posting that will be available August 2017* We will begin reviewing resumes on a rolling basis and begin reach-outs for interviews around May 1, 2017. Amazon University Recruiting is hiring innovative minded Software Development Engineer interns into our technical development teams throughout the US and Canada. We are headquartered in Seattle, WA, but also have exciting opportunities at our offices in: Austin, TX; Phoenix, AZ; Boston, MA; New York, NY; Los Angeles, CA; Irvine, CA; San Luis Obispo, CA; Santa Cruz, CA; Bay Area, CA; Madison, WI; Herndon, VA In Canada, we have exciting opportunities in Vancouver, BC, Toronto, ON, Ottawa, ON, and Winnipeg, MB! Our interns and co-ops write real software and partner with a select group of experienced software development engineers, who both help and challenge them as they work on projects that matter to our customers. You’ll be given the opportunity to have direct impact on the evolution of Amazon's technologies and lead mission critical projects early in your career. Your design, code and raw smarts will contribute to solving some of the most complex technical challenges in the areas of distributed systems, data mining, optimization, scalability, and security-- just to name a few. Many of our technologies overlap—you’d be hard pressed to find a team that isn’t using Amazon Web Services (AWS), touching the catalogue, or iterating services to better personalize for the customer. Below is a small snapshot of potential work content provided to give you some of big ideas you could work with at Amazon. Retail The software we write and the systems we own enable over 50 million customers worldwide to order anything from a pin to a piano with the click of a mouse! Every aspect of our business interacts with our systems. We're the hub of Amazon's massive, worldwide service-oriented architecture. Devices Amazon has produced groundbreaking devices like Fire tablets, Fire TV, Kindles, and the Amazon Echo. What will you help us create? You will engage with an experienced cross-disciplinary staff to conceive, design, and bring to market innovative devices and services. We work with an internal interdisciplinary team and outside partners to drive key aspects of product definition, execution and test. AWS AWS is a unique place where you can design and build innovative technologies in a very large distributed computing environment and help lead fundamental changes in the industry. We build distributed storage, index and query systems that are scalable, fault-tolerant, low cost, and easy to manage and use. We’re looking for developers with a passion for solving difficult problems in distributed systems, high performance storage systems, and database internals – experience with parallel query processing, distributed caching, or transaction processing are all big pluses. Recommendations Amazon tailors customer recommendations through a variety of machine learning and heuristic based algorithms that you can help shape. Not only will you be exposed to the cutting edge of machine learning research, you'll also be creating services to run these predictions on distributed systems at incredible scale and speed. You will spend your time as a hands-on engineer. You will play a key role in building software products and features from the ground up. You will use a wide range of technologies, programming languages and systems. Your responsibilities will include all aspects of software development. Fulfillment and Operations Fulfillment is at the heart of the Amazon experience. We deliver millions of products to hundreds of countries worldwide. With more than 123 Fulfillment Centers globally, Amazon Fulfillment is growing at a pace that requires the best and brightest talent to be brought in to our company to help us continue to make history. We manage the software and infrastructure which powers Amazon’s world-class fulfillment engine. We work on automation, machine vision, robotics, and machine learning. Our data and services support Amazon catalog, inventory and labor management systems. These systems constitute the backbone of Amazon ranging from the tens of millions of items in the catalog, hundreds of millions of items of inventory to billions of transactions a year! Every item that comes into the fulfillment center and is delivered to a customer moves through our platform. We take ownership for what we do – whether we’re developing a new technology in-house or launching a new Fulfillment Center. New Projects and Expansions New countries, new products, new teams. Amazon is always innovating on behalf of our customers. By joining a team within this group, your code would add value to the next frontier of Pioneering at Amazon.
    Qualifications:BASIC QUALIFICATIONS · Currently enrolled in a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree program in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or related technical discipline with a focus on software development · Currently enrolled in university and plan to return for additional school terms prior to graduating · Must be enrolled at a university that has a formal co-op or off-cycle internship program (would not interfere or delay your academic schedule) · Able to work full-time (40 hrs/week) for 12 weeks between Aug 2017 – Dec 2017 PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS · Preferred graduation date between December 2017 and September 2018 · Strong understanding of object-oriented design, data structures, and algorithms · Proficient in one or more object-orientated programming languages (Java, C, C++, etc) · Ability to effectively articulate technical challenges and solutions · Adept at handling ambiguous or undefined challenges through strong problem solving abilities and effective communication Amazon is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer – Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation
    Job Category:Engineering, Engineering - Computer, Engineering - Electrical and Electronics
    Position Type:Co-op, Internship
    Applicant Type:Active, Co-op Active
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  • Job Title:Brad Rowse Internship Program
    Job ID:54002
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:STIPEND - $1,000/Month
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:In late December 2004, the Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation (CSF) and the sportsmen's-conservation community lost a rising star with the death of Brad Rowse. Brad monitored sportsmen's issues at the state level, built relations with state legislators and sportsmen's groups and was integral in the formation of the National Assembly of Sportsmen’s Caucuses (NASC) creating a unified front for sportsmen in state legislatures. To carry on the passion that Brad Rowse brought to sportsmen's policy, the Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation created the Brad Rowse Internship Program. Interns will have opportunity to learn the importance of the public policy process on hunting, fishing and conservation issues and will spend time learning about federal and state legislative initiatives that impact sportsmen and fish and wildlife conservation. CSF provides advice, support and information to members of Congress and state legislatures through its affiliation with the Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus – a bi-partisan group of more than 300 U.S. Representatives and Senators and the twenty-nine state sportsmen’s caucuses who are allies of sportsmen. This gives CSF a unique niche that is unparalleled by any other sportsmen’s organization. Visit www.sportsmenslink.org to learn more about the work of The Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation. DUTIES: Tracking state and federal legislation that impacts hunting, fishing, and wildlife conservation. Writing and assisting with the preparation of the NASC email newsletter and providing timely information to state legislative caucuses. Additionally, Interns will assist with the various CSF events. Additional responsibilities will depend upon the ability and interest of each intern and the needs of CSF. POSITION: This is a paid internship with a stipend of up to $1000 a month. Academic credit is strongly supported and CSF will cooperate with universities/colleges that offer credit for intern programs. However, it is the student’s responsibility to make all the arrangements for receiving academic credit.
    Qualifications:QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Preference to undergraduate or graduate students with a major and/or an interest in conservation/natural resource management and/or policy. 2. Excellent research, writing, and oral communications skills. 3. Available to work on a committed weekly schedule, preferably full-time (40 hours/week for a minimum of three months). 4. Ability to organize time, set priorities, and work under pressure while paying attention to detail. 5. Strong computer skills. 6. Good disposition, hard working, creative, with an interest in taking on a variety of tasks. 7. Commitment to the goals and methods of the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation. An interest in hunting, fishing, and outdoor recreation is required.
    Job Category:Government and Policy
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Park Ranger Assistant
    Job ID:53671
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:PAID
    Employment Start Date:August 28, 2017
    Job Description:The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's mission is, working with others, to conserve, protect and enhance fish, wildlife, and plants and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people." Working with others, to conserve, protect and enhance fish, wildlife, and plants and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people." The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service helps protect a healthy environment for people, fish and wildlife, and helps Americans conserve and enjoy the outdoors and our living treasures. The Service's major responsibilities are for migratory birds, endangered species, certain marine mammals, and freshwater and anadromous fish. Develop and lead Environmental Education program for students. Greets and orients Refuge Visitors and assists with operation of the front desk including opening and closing the Visitor Center. Assists with development of interpretive talks and guided tour programs including vehicle operation. Operates and performs minor maintenance on audiovisual and other equipment. Reviews visitor use patterns and their effect on the resource; suggests changes in operation or facilities. Distribute maps, program brochures and other printed material and provides verbal information to visitors regarding refuge public use programs and opportunities. Assist with planning and executing the Annual "Drawn to Sevilleta" poster contest including working with Schools and partner organizations. Provides assistance with other Refuge projects, programs, etc. Assists with planning and executing the Annual Celebrate Sevilleta public event. Assist with other Refuge program
    Qualifications:*Current Junior, Senior or Alumni *3.0 GPA *Environmental Science major
    Job Category:National Parks
    Position Type:Internship, Seasonal/Temporary/Summer
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:NASA Internships
    Job ID:53608
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:PAID
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:NASA Internships are competitive awards to support educational opportunities that provide unique NASA-related research & operational experiences for educators, high school, undergraduate & graduate students. These opportunities integrate interns with career professionals emphasizing mentor-directed, degree-related tasks, while contributing to the operation of a NASA facility or the advancement of NASA’s missions. A NASA internship is a lot more than a great entry on your resume. Regardless of your career goals, a NASA internship will give you the kind of rewarding experience that makes a brilliant start for career advancement. It’s a great way to leave your footprint on advancing NASA’s mission. NASA’s Mission is to drive advances in science, technology, aeronautics, and space exploration to enhance knowledge, education, innovation, economic vitality, and stewardship of Earth. NASA leads the world in space exploration, and our Internship, Fellowship and Scholarship program is an important part of our commitment to ensuring that the next generation will be ready for the challenges ahead.
    Qualifications:Minimum 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 grade scale (if between schools, use the most recent GPA) • Undergraduate and graduate students must be accepted/enrolled full-time in an accredited U.S. community college, or a four-year college or university • All applicants must be U.S. citizens (either by birth or naturalization)
    Job Category:Federal Government
    Position Type:Co-op, Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Conservancy Intern
    Job ID:50070
    No of Openings:4
    Wage/Salary:$150/week, benefits & housing
    Employment Start Date:ongoing
    Job Description:The Conservancy of Southwest Florida has ongoing internships for Seniors and above, with associated majors, in Environmental Education, Environmental Policy, Environmental Science Field Research, Environmental Sea Turtle Research and Special Events & Development. Depending on the particular internship position, activities may include care for live exhibits, work with protected wildlife, teaching ecological classes, animal handling, developing and managing special events, writing research summaries, developing environmental policy statements or field sample processing. Stipends, insurance and housing are provided. See full descriptions of particular internship positions, requirements and application procedures at: http://www.conservancy.org/internships
    Qualifications:U.S. Citizen Driver's License
    Job Category:Administration, Conservation, Education, Event Planning, Hospitality, Life, Physical and Social Sciences, Research, Veterinary
    Position Type:Internship, Seasonal/Temporary/Summer
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Research Experiences and Internships at the National Energy Technology Laboratory
    Job ID:49266
    No of Openings:100
    Wage/Salary:varies
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The Professional Internship Program is designed to introduce undergraduate and graduate students to the challenges of conducting energy research. It is an opportunity to network with world-class scientists using state-of-the-art equipment and to expand students' knowledge in their field of study while exposing them to new areas of basic and applied research. Participants interact daily with assigned mentors who guide research activities during the internship. These research activities help transition classroom theory into hands-on experience, helping provide answers to today’s pressing scientific questions. Opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students, along with recent master’s and doctoral graduates, to participate in energy related research. NETL onsite research provides: -A flexible, focused research effort that addresses national fossil energy R&D needs -Impartial evaluation of new concepts and materials and expert authoritative review of external R&D proposals -A venue for universities, other Federal agencies (e.g., DOD, NASA), and other research organizations to participate in collaborative research -In-depth expertise in technologies and research methodologies for program planning and management purposes -Hands-on fossil energy technology training for experienced postdoctoral researchers, graduate students, visiting professors, and undergraduate students -A wide-ranging set of university-supported projects on fossil energy research issues.
    Qualifications:Eligibility requirements vary by program. Please refer to website.
    Job Category:Engineering, Engineering - Chemical, Engineering - Civil, Engineering - Computer, Engineering - Electrical and Electronics, Engineering - Environmental, Engineering - Industrial, Engineering - Mechanical, Engineering - Petroleum, Engineering - Physics, Engineering - Plant, Engineering - Plastics/Polymer
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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