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  • Job Title:Sales Management Trainee Internship
    Job ID:55682
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:11.00/hrly
    Employment Start Date:June 2018
    Job Description:Our Internships play an integral role in the success of Enterprise and are a comprehensive introduction to our Management Training Program. For a college student, real-world professional business experience can put you above the rest when you enter the job market. It's Business 101 on 10 cups of coffee Our interns go at a highly energized pace. From day one as a paid intern with Enterprise, you'll learn what it takes to run a successful business and acquire highly marketable skills and experience pertaining to every aspect of operating a business. And it's learning by doing, not by getting coffee or filing all day. Our college interns take on the same challenges as our first and second year full-time professionals. It's a team-based environment where the Enterprise employees are supportive and fun to work with. We are currently looking to fill positions in the Las Cruces area.
    Qualifications:Must be a rising Junior or Senior enrolled full time in a bachelor's degree program for the upcoming semester in a 4 year college or university. Must have a valid driver's license with no more than 2 moving violations and/or at fault accidents in the past 3 years. No drug or alcohol related convictions on your record in the past 5 years (i.e., DUI, DWI) Must be authorized to work in the United States and not require work authorization sponsorship by our company for this position now or in the future. 10-12 week commitment with the availability to start in June.
    Job Category:Sales
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Conservancy Intern
    Job ID:55649
    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:2018 Summer Internship Opportunity with DISH/Sling
    Job ID:55642
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:Depends
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:DISH’s summer internship is a comprehensive program designed to expose students to the media entertainment industry through a project assignment that is both relevant and impactful to our current business initiatives.  At the conclusion of the summer, interns present the findings and recommendations of their project to executives, managers and peers.   Interns are considered a long-term investment. Those who display DISH’s core attributes of curiosity, pride, adventure and winning are considered for full time employment.   We are currently recruiting for internship positions in the following functional areas: * Content Acquisition * Customer Retention * Human Resources * Information Technology * Marketing * Operations  * Public Relations * Sales * Software Engineering Further information can be found at www.dish.com/university; navigate to "Where do you fit at DISH?"   Highlights of the Program * Competitively paid, full time (40 hours per week) summer internship in Denver, Colorado * Executive exposure – brown-bag lunch and learns, networking events * Direct experience with multiple facets of the DISH business * Fully furnished housing option * In-depth look at our business, including 3 weeks with customer facing exposure * Three-member support team consisting of a carefully selected mentor, manager and executive sponsor * Wide variety of social activities including hiking a 14,000-ft mountain * An opportunity to present your recommendations and findings to company leadership
    Qualifications:Must be currently enrolled in a Bachelor’s degree or Master's degree (non-MBA) program with an expected graduation date between December 2018 and August 2019.   We have a different philosophy at DISH. We believe the critical thinking skills you learn in college can be applied across a variety of business functions, regardless of your major. More than your education and previous work experience, we look for individuals who are bright, energetic and ambitious.  At DISH, hard work is rewarded with limitless opportunities. This is what sets us apart as an employer.
    Job Category:Business Operations, HR and Financial Services, Computer, Information Technology and Mathematical, Database Administration, Engineering - Computer, Engineering - Electrical and Electronics, Human Resource Management, Marketing - General, Purchasing/Procurement, Sales, Supply Chain Consulting, Web Design
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Dept. of Energy (DOE) Scholars Program
    Job ID:55624
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:Weekly Stipend
    Employment Start Date:May/June 2018
    Job Description:The DOE Scholars Program introduces students or recent college graduates to DOE's mission and operations. As a participant in the DOE Scholars Program, you will earn a competitive edge by familiarizing yourself with DOE functions while showcasing your education, talent and skills. Being selected as a DOE Scholar offers the following benefits: •Stipends starting at $600 per week for undergraduates and $650 per week for graduate students and post graduates during the internship period • Limited travel reimbursement to/from internship location • Direct exposure to and participation in projects and activities in DOE mission-relevant research areas • Identification of career goals and opportunities • Development of professional networks with leading scientists and subject matter experts
    Qualifications:Eligibility • Be a U.S. citizenship • Be an undergraduate, graduate student, or recent graduate of an accredited institution of higher education majoring in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and related areas.
    Job Category:Federal Government
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:
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  • Job Title:Undergrad Internship - Creative Marketing
    Job ID:55619
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:Competitive compensation is offered including a stipend for eligible candidates.
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Position Summary: CVS Health offers a comprehensive internship program designed to engage students, impart valuable skills, and offer insight into a potential career path with a Fortune 12 company. Highlights include a structured program plan, hands on project work, access to mentorship and networking opportunities, and learning and development sessions. During the 10 week engagement interns will be in a supportive learning environment contributing both independently and on a team against key department initiatives. Competitive compensation is offered including a stipend for eligible candidates. Small state. Big Designs. We're a curious, courageous crew of creatives. Nestled in a scenic office park that's also home to wild turkeys and roaming deer, we dream and sprint, collaborate and question, push boundaries and exceed expectations. We also take time out for passion projects, trend talks, and ice cream socials. A Center of Excellence within Rhode Island - based CVS Health, our in-house creative agency is proving that big thinkers can thrive in a little state and that cutting -edge design thinking can drive our corporate mission of putting people on their paths to better health. A Close knit team, we are pushing the boundaries in voice and visualization of our brand. Every day is a new challenge, a new strategic imperative, and a new way of reaching the people who rely on us. If you're passionate about stretching your design thinking, collaborating on cutting edge concepts and delivering work that makes a real difference, join us.
    Qualifications:Required Qualifications: *Availability to work full time for duration of the 10 week program. You will need to have a deep and demonstrated experience in the following skills to be able to successfully use these skills and knowledge to create compelling creating that is on brand and meets or exceeds business objectives:design disciplines concept development Preferred Qualifications: Experience with the Below: - Adobe Creative Suite - Design Thinking Methodology - Basic Drawing Skills - Color Theory Education: - Candidates must be enrolled in an undergraduate degree program at a 4 year college or university and entering their senior year in fall of 2018
    Job Category:Marketing - General, Marketing-Brand/Product: Consumer Goods
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Conservation Corps Crew Leader
    Job ID:55617
    No of Openings:6
    Wage/Salary:$800-880 biweekly living stipend plus housing, gear, work clothing, and AmeriCorps Education Award
    Employment Start Date:May 21, 2018
    Job Description:Rocky Mountain Conservancy (RMC) seeks a crew leader of exceptional ability to lead a crew of 4-5 youth (18-21 years old) in trail building and/or historic preservation in Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP) and/or the Arapaho-Roosevelt National Forests. It is recommended that the candidate be enrolled in and near completion of a degree program or a recent graduate from a degree program in environmental education, interpretation, education, general education, natural sciences or natural resources. In addition, a strong interest in public land stewardship is desired. PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE IN TRAIL WORK AND LEADERSHIP IS REQUIRED. Location: This is a residential program; participants will be housed in bunk houses, private residences, or tents throughout the season. Depending on crew location, crews may spend anywhere from 30% to 100% of their season living in tents. Crews work in the following locations • Arapaho National Forests (Sulphur Ranger District) • Rocky Mountain National Park • Roosevelt National Forest (Boulder and Canyon Lakes Ranger Districts) Position Summary: The Crew Leader position is integral to the Conservation Corps. The crew leader helps accomplish the Conservancy’s goals of completing conservation projects, supporting crew member development of skills, and fostering a conservation ethic amongst the crews. Crew locations vary throughout Northern Colorado. Service is performed exclusively outdoors and may involve camping for several days at a time. Projects can include trail maintenance, wilderness patrols, trail construction, habitat restoration, historic structure stabilization and restoration, and basic carpentry. Projects are completed alongside National Park Service and USDA Forest Service staff. The Crew Leader leads a crew of 4 or 5 Crew Members, serving as the primary liaison between project hosts and program staff. The Crew Leader is responsible for the crew’s service and safety during each project. The Crew Leader and Crew Members are supervised by the Program Manager. Crew Leader Responsibilities: 1) Actively participate and support training to help facilitate learning opportunities for members. a) Prepare lesson plans for trainings on LNT, backcountry preparedness, camp cooking, and situational awareness for their crew. b) Facilitate the "Crew Leader of the Week" experience for crew members to practice leadership skills. 2) Plan and fully contribute to service projects and provide a safe work environment. a) Manage crew time and breaks throughout the day. b) Plan daily project schedules to maximize productivity, safety and crew efficiency, in consultation with agency staff. c) Coordinate tools, equipment, and materials for service projects. Load vehicles properly. Do not leave needed tools behind and do not leave tools at the service site. d) Assist with on-site skills training for project-related work. e) Meet with agency staff to review project expectations. f) Monitor project progress and model a strong work ethic for crew members. g) Complete daily work reports on at least a weekly basis (daily submissions are preferred). h) Comply with Conservancy and agency safety protocols during project work by ensuring crew members are using tools properly, wearing required PPE, and managing their personal health. 3) Foster a strong crew dynamic and mitigate conflict among crew members, Crew Leaders must: a) Manage crew members and interpersonal relationships in the field. b) Facilitate off-duty crew activities (i.e. crew dinners, hikes, teambuilding activities) c) Maintain strong communication with individual crew members. d) Prioritize fostering a positive learning experience for crew members. 4) Communicate effectively with program staff and agency liaisons, Crew Leaders must: a) Provide work and crew updates on a weekly basis to the program manager. b) Communicate in an efficient and timely manner with agency staff and program manager regarding project needs, schedule changes, vehicle incidents, and housing concerns. c) Inform the program manager of any interpersonal or work-related issues on the crew. d) Receive feedback constructively regarding project outcomes and crew progress.
    Qualifications:• Strong communication skills - verbal and written • Demonstrated strong leadership and supervisory skills to lead by example – on and off-duty • Experienced in trail work and wilderness travel • At least current Wilderness First Aid certification • Ability to motivate and create an excellent team environment and work ethic • Proven organization and time management skills • Mature judgment to solve problems while supervising others with diverse backgrounds and experiences • Assess tasks, develop work plans, delegate assignments, and monitor work • Demonstrated ability to complete administrative tasks in a timely manner • Ability to foster a positive crew dynamic • Proven ability to adapt to changing work schedules • Passion for service-learning activities. • Experience with safety protocols and precautions related to hand tool use and backcountry travel. • Dedication to complete the full term of AmeriCorps service. Requirements: • Must be a US Citizen, US National, or Lawful Permanent Resident Alien of the US. • Must pass the National Sex Offender Public Registry and criminal history check defined as no positive hits on the NSOPR and no history of violent offenses on the criminal history check. • Must successfully complete physician’s review. • Be between 20-25 years old.
    Job Category:Conservation, Environmental Services, National Parks, Outdoor Recreation, Parks and Recreation
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:AFRL Scholars Program Summer 2018
    Job ID:55616
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:PAID
    Employment Start Date:SUMMER 2018
    Job Description:The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) is looking for students in all academic levels interested in joining scientists and engineers on cutting-edge research and technology that directly supports our Nation's defense. The AFRL Scholars Program is a unique opportunity for students interested in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) to gain valuable hands-on experience and contribute to research-based projects. Graduate interns are also able to collaborate with AFRL on current research and incorporate the research into their graduate work. Internship Locations: • Kirtland AFB, in Albuquerque, New Mexico • Eglin AFB, in Valparaiso, Florida • AFRL Maui Optical and Supercomputing Site (AMOS), in Maui, Hawaii
    Qualifications:• Upper-level high school students • Undergraduate students • Graduate students • K-12 professional educators supporting STEM (at select locations) All applicants must meet the following eligibility requirements: •A grade point average of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale is highly encouraged for all applicants •Must be a US Citizen; program is not open to non-Citizens, Permanent Residents, or Dual Citizens •Must be enrolled or accepted at an educational institution taking at least half-time academic course load leading to a degree or certificate for semester immediately preceding internship session. Note: This does not apply to professional educators. •Must be in good academic standing •Must be at least 16 years of age and have a valid driver’s license •Must be available to work full-time (40 hours per week) •Must be willing to temporarily relocate to physical work location •Must be able to take personal responsibility for arranging transportation to and from worksite each day. Note: Scholars should not rely on transportation from anyone who does not already have base access. Program administration will not be responsible for making additional arrangements on a scholar’s behalf to provide suitable transportation. •Must be able to pass a background check, potentially resulting in a Secret Security Clearance
    Job Category:Defense/Security
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Conservation Corps Crew Member
    Job ID:55614
    No of Openings:30
    Wage/Salary:$600 biweekly living stipend plus housing, gear, work clothing, and AmeriCorps Education Award
    Employment Start Date:May 29, 2018
    Job Description:Join an ambitious team of outgoing, energetic, conservation-minded youth striving to protect our public lands and natural resources while experiencing a summer full of challenges, rewards, and accomplishments. With the RMC-CC, you will have a once in a lifetime opportunity to get hands-on training in resource protection with the Rocky Mountain Conservancy, the National Park Service and the National Forest Service staff while studying environmental science. In addition, you will: · BUILD YOUR RESUME, JOB SKILLS, AND PROFESSIONAL RESOURCES · DEVELOP LEADERSHIP AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS · BUILD LIFELONG FRIENDSHIPS · LEARN ABOUT THE NATURAL ENVIRONMENT · NETWORK WITH PROFESSIONALS IN THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE AND USDA FOREST SERVICE · PROTECT AND PRESERVE COLORADO’S PUBLIC LANDS · SPEND THE SUMMER OUTDOORS LIVING IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS From May 29 through August 10, 2018, RMC-CC crews will work and live in Rocky Mountain National Park and the Arapaho-Roosevelt National Forests. The eleven weeks will be filled with education and diverse work experiences in four general areas: · TRAILS — Work with professional trail crews to maintain, restore, and build trails. · RESOURCE MANAGEMENT — Work with invasive plant and re-vegetation crews in the field. · EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING — Learn from professional scientists in wildlife research and learn from experts about environmental stewardship, leadership, natural history, careers, the roles of non-profits in supporting public lands, and more. · BUILDING AND GROUNDS MAINTENANCE — Help National Park and Forest Service crews maintain and restore campgrounds, picnic areas, visitor facilities, and historic structures. The program begins with 1 week of training followed by 4 weeks of conservation work, 1 week of educational programming, 4 weeks of conservation work, and 1 week of wrap-up and career development activities. A typical work week varies from four to five days, depending on the crew. Since the program is intended to be an inclusive learning experience, crew members are encouraged to spend their days-off exploring Colorado’s public lands. Crews are made of five members and one leader to maximize team-building and personal growth. As part of the program, interns will earn up to $600 stipend every two weeks and AmeriCorps Education Award. Additionally, Rocky Mountain Conservancy provides housing, work clothing, boots, and gear for the duration of the season. Find out more at: http://rmconservancy.org/learn-us/rocky-mountain-conservation-corps/
    Qualifications:Applicants must be between the ages of 18 and 25 as of May 31, 2018, interested in working hard as a team and learning about natural resource management, and able to hike up to 10 miles carrying up to 30 lbs of gear and tools. This program is designed for those interested in exploring: FORESTRY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE CONSERVATION BIOLOGY EDUCATION
    Job Category:Conservation, Environmental Services, Forestry, National Parks, Parks and Recreation
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active, Co-op Active
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  • Job Title:Undergrad Internship - Distribution Center Leadership
    Job ID:55611
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:Competitive compensation is offered including a stipend for eligible interns
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Position Summary: CVS Health offers a comprehensive internship program designed to engage students, impart valuable skills, and offer insight into a potential career path with a Fortune 7 company. Highlights include a structured program plan, hands on project work, access to mentor and networking opportunities, and learning and development sessions. During the 10 week engagement interns will be in a supportive learning environment contributing both independently and on a team against key department initiatives. Competitive compensation is offered including a stipend for eligible interns. Through this experience, you will have an excellent opportunity to train and develop your skill set within the Logistics Department and Distribution Center. This internship will allow you to work side by side with leadership in the distribution center. In partnership with our Distribution Center Leadership, you will be assisting in a project designed to evaluate/determine opportunities to improve batch Pick & Central Warehouse sort in the Woonsocket Shipping Department. You will perform various duties to assist the department Supervisor in the efficient operation and completion of daily tasks. These can include planning, organizing, directing, controlling, and supervising the daily activities of an assigned shift and functional area to achieve performance goals and metrics within the warehouse. Additional responsibilities in this internship include: - Overseeing selection, replenishment, loading, and shipping of store orders. - Utilizing various reports, summaries, and procedures as necessary to resolve problems that associates may encounter in their job function - Conducting audits as determined by the Supervisor - Verify that reports/readings are legible, accurate, and turned in on a timely manner. - Informing the supervisor of employee/operational issues. candidates. Education: Candidates must be enrolled in an undergraduate degree program at a 4 year college or university and entering their senior year in fall of 2017
    Qualifications:Education: Candidates must be enrolled in an undergraduate degree program at a 4 year college or university and entering their senior year in fall of 2017 Required Qualifications: - Availability to work full time for duration of the 10 week program. - Ability to analyze information effectively and consistently and make sound business decisions. - Good written and verbal communication skills; ability to communicate clearly and concisely. - Knowledge of MS Office including Word and Excel. - Ability to complete assignments within established timelines. Preferred Qualifications: Leadership experience preferred.
    Job Category:Distribution/Shipping
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:DOE Research Laboratory Internships - The Minority Serving Institutions Partnership Program (MSIPP)
    Job ID:55570
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:Stipend/Salary
    Employment Start Date:May 21, 2018
    Job Description:The Minority Serving Institutions Partnership Program (MSIPP) is currently accepting applications for the U.S. Department of Energy's 2018 MSIPP Internships, which are 10-week summer research internships for students pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) related disciplines. Opportunities are offered at host laboratories under the guidance of senior research staff. The Minority Serving Institutions Partnership Program (MSIPP) Internships is a program to promote the education and development of the next generation workforce in critical science, engineering, technology, and math (STEM) related disciplines that compliment current and future missions of DOE national laboratories. The MSIPP Internships program is designed to provide an enhanced training environment for next generation scientists and engineers by exposing them to research challenges unique to our industry. MSIPP Interns will be given the opportunity to complete Summer Internships aligned with ongoing U.S. Department of Energy Office of Environmental Management (DOE-EM) research under the direction of a host national laboratory. The internship will be performed at the host national laboratory, utilizing their facilities and equipment under the guidance of a senior research staff member. Internships are located at the following host Department of Energy (DOE) labs: • Argonne National Laboratory, Lemont, IL • Idaho National Lab, Idaho Falls, ID • Los Alamos National Lab, Los Alamos, NM • Oak Ridge National Lab, Oak Ridge, TN Program benefits: •Direct exposure to and participation in mission relevant research at a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) host laboratory. •Hands-on research experience and training under the mentorship of DOE scientists. •Compensation by stipend or salary and may include one round trip domestic travel to and from the host laboratory. •Housing information will be provided to selected candidates prior to arrival at the host laboratory. Salary Selected candidates will be compensated by either a stipend or salary, and may include one round trip domestic travel to and from the host laboratory. Stipends and salaries will be commensurate with cost of living at the location of the host laboratory. Housing information will be provided to interns prior to arrival at the host laboratory, and will vary from lab to lab.
    Qualifications:To be eligible for a MSIPP Internship, the candidate must: •Be working toward a degree in STEM (Science, technology, engineering, or mathematics) •Be currently enrolled as a full-time undergraduate or graduate student at an accredited Minority Serving Institution (MSI) •Have a minimum undergraduate or graduate GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale •Be a US citizen •Pass a drug test upon selection For the full list of internships and eligibility visit the website listed below.
    Job Category:Federal Government, Research
    Position Type:Internship, Seasonal/Temporary/Summer
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Summer Horticulture Internship
    Job ID:55550
    No of Openings:Multiple
    Wage/Salary:$8.00/hr. stipend plus housing
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:This unique summer internship program offers the student the opportunity to work with and learn from two public gardens. Berkshire Botanical Garden is a not-for-profit public garden established in 1934. Located on 15 rural acres, the Garden consists of 26 display gardens, several specialty collections, and three greenhouses. Naumkeag, a Gilded Age-style estate, is a National Historic Landmark preserved by The Trustees of Reservations. The Trustees is one of Massachusetts’ largest non-profits and the nation’s first conservation and preservation organization. Both locations are situated in the beautiful Berkshire Hills of Western Massachusetts, a short driving distance from the center of historic Stockbridge. The area is home to many cultural institutions and numerous natural sites. The college internship program is designed to offer hands-on experience at Berkshire Botanical Garden and Naumkeag for college students aspiring to a career in horticulture, public gardening and landscape architecture or design. Interns will work with horticulture staff and volunteers in all phases of public garden maintenance and development. This includes planting, weeding, watering, mulching, pruning, and interacting with visitors. Students may also become involved in special projects such as accession records, garden inventories, plant signage, or photography. Intern training sessions, public educational programs, and staff field trips are offered to help broaden the students' horticultural horizon. Summer internships are for 12 weeks, 40 hours per week and usually start mid-May. The program includes shared intern housing at the Naumkeag estate and a stipend of $8.00/hr.
    Qualifications:Previous gardening experience and course work in horticulture, public gardening or landscape design are required. Students must be responsible, self-motivated and capable of the strenuous nature of gardening.
    Job Category:Horticulture
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active, Co-op Active
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  • Job Title:Analyst/Researcher/Client Service Intern
    Job ID:55540
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:$7.25 per hour
    Employment Start Date:January 2, 2018
    Job Description:The student will work directly with the Senior Vice President of Business Development to support day to day operations in business recruitment, analytics, workforce development, investor relations, and administration. The student will be responsible for conducting high level research, organizational service support, investor relations, strategic planning, and workforce development with business sectors, educational institutions and government organizations, etc., which will directly support the development of action plans for the various task forces and new job growth.
    Qualifications:Enrolled FULL-Time at NMSU-Las Cruces campus. Citizen Requirements: Must be a citizen of the United States Education Requirements: * Applicants must be enrolled in an undergraduate program in Business, Accounting, Government, Policy, Data Analytics or similar Classification: Sophomore level or higher Preferred Availability: Morning preferred, however hours may be flexible. Desirable Skills/Knowledge - Positive and get-it-done- attitude - Professional appearance, communication, and high levels of customer service - Database and complex research experience a plus - Ability to present findings in easy to read & comprehend formats - Administration duties to include answering phones in professional manner, leading front desk & welcoming guests - Bilingual (English, Spanish) welcomed - Thinks, acts, and owns the use of great judgement - Professionalism and adaptability to change (we are a lean and cross-functional team) - Strong writing skills - Foundational skills in excel and word - Familiarity of Borderplex region - Self-starter who is willing to lend assistance when needed from others (flexibility) - Ability to request information/data from organizations, companies, and other stakeholders via phone or in person at high levels and get tasks done under tight timelines
    Job Category:Accounting, Business Development, Government and Policy
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active, Co-op Active
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  • Job Title:Marketing Intern
    Job ID:55537
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:10.00
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Department: Marketing Reports to: Marketing Manager Summary: • Assist in developing internal and external advertising and promotional material as needed as well as assisting in providing reports and analyzing trends. Duties and Responsibilities: 1. Knowledge and Quality Service • To understand the Bank’s services and products • To understand marketing goals and assist in implementing strategies to reach them • To understand different computer screens on Silverlake. • Must have intermediate level or better computer skills. • Must have ability to multitask with frequent interruptions. • Must be able to work independently. • Must be able to gain product knowledge utilizing bank content/ cross-training/ internet • To understand the core values of Citizens Bank of Las Cruces • Understand marketing goals and assist in implementing strategies to reach them. • Other duties as assigned
    Qualifications:Qualifications Position requires college level Junior. Applicant must possess self-confidence and initiative and possess the ability to recommend mutually beneficial products. Must be able to read and comprehend reports and write correspondence and memos. Must be able to communicate professionally and effectively. Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals. Must be multi-tasked with the ability to deal in a variety of situations within the department. Must be computer literate. Work Environment Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The employee is frequently required to sit and occasionally required to walk. The employee must be able to use hands or fingers to handle or feel objects, tools, or controls. Must also be able to talk and hear to effectively communicate with customers and other departments. Must be able to stand long periods of time, use hands to operate office machines, must have dexterity to handle money, and be able to lift up to 10 pounds. Good vision is also required for close work and long distances. Equal Employment Opportunity Employer/M/F/Disability/Veteran
    Job Category:Marketing - General
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Paid Marketing Intern (On-Campus)
    Job ID:55518
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:$8.40 - $10.00
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description: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.
    Qualifications:• 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.
    Job Category:Marketing - General
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Tournament Coordinator
    Job ID:55509
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:$10/hour
    Employment Start Date:May 15, 2018
    Job Description:The IJGA and MAJGT are looking for qualified applicants to learn from, observe, and assist the full-time staff as Tournament Coordinator interns. The interns will travel extensively throughout the state of Illinois while assisting the IJGA and MAJGT. Potential travel to Wisconsin and Indiana will be necessary while assigned to the MAJGT division. During the internship, Tournament Coordinators will help conduct junior golf tournaments under the supervision of the Senior Director of Programming, Director of the Playing Member Division, Director of Youth Programming and Director of the MAJGT.
    Qualifications: Applicants must have completed at least two (2) years of college  Basic golf knowledge (Rules of Golf experience a plus)  Excellent communication and public relation skills  Strong work ethic and desire to excel in the golf business, sports industry or event management/hospitality industry  Basic Computer skills  Desire to interact with junior golfers ages 8-18, and their families  Reliable transportation necessary  Willingness to endure long hours in various weather conditions  Willingness to travel for a period of a few days at a time, on a limited basis. Company transportation would be provided for these trips
    Job Category:Sports Management/Marketing
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Project Engineer Intern
    Job ID:55505
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:DOE
    Employment Start Date:Open
    Job Description:The PE Intern prospect should be highly motivated, able to grow with basic estimating, and able to develop into a project engineer. Skills of this individual should include; good communication, ability to learn to read plans and specifications, learn scheduling, cost control, and project margin analysis.
    Qualifications:K. Barnett & Sons, Inc. is seeking a PE Intern who is in their freshman, sophomore, or junior year pursuing their undergrad degree.
    Job Category:Construction, Engineering, Engineering - Civil, Engineering - Project
    Position Type:Full-Time, Internship, Seasonal/Temporary/Summer
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Internship opportunities in Development (engineering)
    Job ID:55504
    No of Openings:
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    Job Description:Software engineers at Microsoft are passionate about building technologies that make the world a better place. At Microsoft, you will collaborate with a team of programming experts to solve problems and build some of the world's most advanced services and devices. Your efforts on the design, development, and testing of next-generation applications will have an impact on millions of people. You are the link between abstract concepts and delivered solutions – the one who understands the consumer, solving problems, and building applications that will impact millions of people. Applications to this opportunity are considered for all available Development (engineering) roles. Program manager Program managers (PMs) are the in-house advocates for millions of people worldwide who predict and research how software is used and work closely with SWEs to ensure our products exceed people's expectations. You drive the technical vision, design, and implementation of software solutions. Qualifications • A bachelor's, master's, or doctorate degree in engineering, computer science or related field (pursuing with at least one semester/quarter remaining after internship). • A year or two of experience programming in C++, Java or other computer programming languages preferred. • A year or two of experience in C/C++/C#/VB.NET and experience designing and developing tool architecture preferred. • Familiarity with managing complex project schedules, solving complex problems and nurturing cross-group collaboration. • Strong technical prowess, including understanding of algorithms, systems architecture and end-user experience. • Ability to think unconditionally to derive creative and innovative solutions. • Demonstrated expertise in feature definition, design and feasibility. • Demonstrated skill in estimating development time. • Demonstrated skills in negotiation and conflict management. Software engineer Software engineers (SWEs) dive deep into code and work with fellow programming experts to solve problems and build powerful new tools. You are required to think about the customer to ensure stellar product quality, and you provide technical guidance to PMs as they communicate user needs and product requirements. As a SWE, you are dedicated to producing the world's most advanced software. Qualifications • A bachelor's, master's or doctorate degree in engineering, computer science or related field (pursuing with at least one semester/quarter remaining after internship). • A year or two of experience programming in C++, Java or other computer programming languages preferred. • A year or two of experience in C/C++/C#/VB.NET and experience designing and developing tool architecture preferred. • Strong technical prowess, including understanding of algorithms, systems architecture and end-user experience. • Ability to think unconventionally to derive creative and innovative solutions. • Demonstrated expertise in feature definition, design and feasibility. • Demonstrated skill in estimating development time. • Demonstrated skills in negotiation and conflict management. We also offer internships in our Garage Internship Program in Cambridge, MA, USA and Vancouver, BC, Canada. Learn more about our Garage Internship Program in Cambridge Learn more about our Garage Internship Program in Vancouver Microsoft is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, national origin, marital status, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other protected status.
    Qualifications:
    Job Category:Computer Maintenance & Support, Engineering - Computer, Programming
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Cedar Creek ESR Summer Internships
    Job ID:55502
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:$11.00 per hour
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve of the University of Minnesota has opportunities for students to work as plant community ecology interns, research field supervisors, ornithology technicians, and prescribed burn technicians. Many positions run from June through August, but some technicians will be needed as early as March and some are needed through October. As a research intern or technician, you will contribute to ongoing field experiments, have the opportunity to initiate individual research, attend scientific seminars, and interact with professors, post-docs, and graduate students. Typical work days are eight hours Monday through Friday, however some projects require weekend, early morning, and evening work. On-site dormitory housing is available to rent. Most of the work you do will be out in the field, though a few jobs have indoor laboratory or computer components. Your educational institution may be able to approve this internship, with an appropriate independent project, for any field biology requirement of your major. We have three large scale projects, along with several smaller scale experiments, that require most of our intern resources throughout the summer. BioCON is one of the large scale experiments where we explore the ways in which plant communities respond to environmental changes such as increased nitrogen deposition, increased atmospheric CO2, decreased biodiversity, altered precipitation patterns, and increased temperatures. Another large scale project is the Big Biodiversity experiment that studies how plant diversity affects the rates, dynamics, and stability of ecological processes at the population, community, and ecosystem levels. There are multiple experiments nested within the Big Biodiversity experiment as well, looking at factors such as irrigation and increased temperatures. The third large scale experiment, FAB, is looking at tree competition under different diversity levels. This experiment includes approximately 40,000 trees within a 30 acre field that will run for over 100 years. Throughout the summer we maintain and sample these experiments. We also have a couple of technician positions that will involve studying woodpecker behavior, habitat use, and nesting success throughout the spring and summer season at Cedar Creek.
    Qualifications:An undergraduate or a newly graduated student with a background or interest in biology, ecology, environmental science, botany, environmental education, ornithology, or related field. Ability to work outdoors, effective analytical and communication skills, and strong organizational and time management skills. Additional qualifications are listed at http://z.umn.edu/ccjobs.
    Job Category:Biology, Botany, Environmental Scientist, Environmental Services, Life, Physical and Social Sciences, Life/ Physical and Social Sciences, Natural Resources, Other, Physical and Life Scientists, Research
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Sales Professional
    Job ID:55501
    No of Openings:3
    Wage/Salary:TBD
    Employment Start Date:ASAP
    Job Description:Decorative Product Specialist (17000CY9) Entry Level Sales. Experience in sales/business/marketing and/or design is preferred but not necessary as training will be provided. Warehouser/Sales Associate (17000CSV) Entry Level Sales. No experience required but retail/business experience preferred. Delivery Driver (17000CSW) Entry Level Delivery Service. No experience required. Valid driver's license req. All positions are flexible part time up to 28hrs per week. Morning shifts during the week is available/preferred. Warehouse, Driver, and Sales Associate start at 10 dollars/hr. Decorative Product Specialist 12/hr. I'm also interested in students near graduation that would be interested in a full time opportunity that could qualify for an internship or the management training program. These individuals would be referred to our area recruiter, Mikita DeBose-Porter mikita.debose.porter@sherwin.com If you have any questions, please call me at the store. Matt Melendez Store Manager -- Sherwin-Williams #7101 1681 E LOHMAN AVE LAS CRUCES, NM 88001 3175 USA PHONE: (575) 527-4880 FAX: (575) 524-9890
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    Job Category:Consumer Sales
    Position Type:Full-Time, Internship, Part Time
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  • Job Title:2018 Thomas R. Pickering Graduate Foreign Service Fellowships
    Job ID:55500
    No of Openings:30
    Wage/Salary:PAID
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The Pickering Fellowship provides 30 graduate students with financial support, mentoring and professional development to prepare them academically and professionally for a career in the U.S. Foreign Service. Managed and funded by the U.S. Department of State and administered by The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars, the Thomas R. Pickering Fellowship Program provides eligible students with financial support, mentoring and professional development to prepare them academically and professionally for a career in the U.S. Department of State Foreign Service. Women, members of minority groups historically underrepresented in the Foreign Service, and students with financial need are encouraged to apply. Fellowship Benefits •Up to $37,500 annually for tuition and other eligible expenses for a two-year master’s degree in a field related to the Foreign Service •Two U.S. State Department summer internships (domestic and overseas) •Orientation to the program at the U.S. Department of State •Professional development and mentoring •Employment in the U.S. Department of State Foreign Service for those who successfully complete the program and Foreign Service entry requirements, in accordance with applicable law and U.S. State Department Policy
    Qualifications:Eligibility Requirements •Must be a U.S. citizen •Must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.2 or higher on a 4.0 scale at the time of application •Must enroll in a two-year, full-time master’s degree program, at a U.S. based graduate institution in an academic field relevant to the work of the Foreign Service At the time of application, applicants must be a U.S. citizen, have a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher on a 4.0 scale, and already have or expect to receive a bachelor's degree in time to enroll in a U.S. master's degree program beginning Fall 2018. Responsibilities of a Pickering Fellow Candidates must be able to obtain and maintain medical, security and suitability clearances in order to remain in the program. Each successful candidate commits to a minimum of five years of service in an appointment within the Foreign Service. Candidates who do not successfully complete the program and meet Foreign Service entry requirements may be subject to a repayment obligation to the United States Government.
    Job Category:Communication, Management, Management & Administration, Public Administration/Budgeting
    Position Type:Fellowship, Internship
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  • Job Title:Summer Research Intern
    Job ID:55485
    No of Openings:5
    Wage/Salary:$6,000 stipend
    Employment Start Date:06/04/2018
    Job Description:The Moncrief Undergraduate Summer Internship Program is organized to provide summer support for qualified undergraduate students of mathematics, science, and engineering to work within the Institute during the summer months. Interns work with faculty and research staff from one of ICES’ 16 research centers and groups on one of a wide range of research topics. Research activities generally focus on developing modeling and simulation methods to study problems in areas such as energy, advanced materials, biomedical research, nanomanufacturing and related areas that draw on applied and computational mathematics, computing, fluid mechanics, solid mechanics, mathematical physics, and biology.
    Qualifications:U.S. citizens or permanent residents who are currently enrolled in an undergraduate institution and will be entering their junior or senior year in Fall 2018.
    Job Category:Research
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Summer 2018 Teaching Fellow
    Job ID:55366
    No of Openings:1000
    Wage/Salary:Stipend amount varies based on location, previous Breakthrough experience, and financial need
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Breakthrough is looking for accomplished undergraduates to join our classrooms this summer. We seek undergraduates from all academic backgrounds - both those planning careers in education and those who are considering it for the first time. Breakthrough teaching fellows have a deep commitment to social justice and passion for working with our inspiring students. Our teaching fellows must be committed to personal growth and comfortable working in a fast-paced, collaborative environment. As a Breakthrough teaching fellow, you’ll join a supportive community where you’ll receive extensive training, continuous support, and the opportunity to lead a classroom. Throughout the summer, you will assume leadership roles and practice creativity, flexibility, and problem-solving. Under the guidance of experienced educators, you will work alongside other teaching fellows to plan and teach classes, manage a classroom, advise students, lead field trips, and develop as a teacher and leader. A summer at Breakthrough will help prepare you for a career in education and grow professional skills that will help you stand apart in other professions. As a Breakthrough teaching fellow, you will: • Participate in a summer teaching and leadership experience with a living stipend provided • Develop skills in presentation and public-speaking, collaboration, and leadership • Receive 100+ hours of teaching and leadership training • Teach at one of our 25 affiliates throughout the U.S. and in Hong Kong • Learn lesson planning, classroom management, instructional strategies, feedback techniques, and other essential teaching tools • Teach academic classes and design enrichment classes • Lead family conferences and participate in team meetings • Receive regular coaching from professional educators • Collaborate with other exceptional undergraduate teaching fellows • Work with a diverse group of motivated students, undergraduates, and professionals in a hard-working and fun community As a teaching fellow, you will teach at one of 25 affiliates, which are located in cities across the country and in Hong Kong. Your summer will include: • A nine-week teaching residency that includes two weeks of training, six weeks of classroom instruction, and one week of wrap-up and reflection. • An intensive daily schedule, which often runs beyond normal business hours, five days a week and sometimes on weekends. Breakthrough provides a living stipend for teaching fellows. Stipend amounts and limited housing vary by affiliate and individual qualifications. For a list of affiliates, including dates for each program, stipend amounts, and housing availability, please visit our site directory.
    Qualifications:Undergraduates of all years and majors are encouraged to apply. Education coursework is not a prerequisite; students from all majors and with all professional interests are encouraged to apply. To be eligible to apply, you must be currently enrolled in an undergraduate degree program. Non-U.S. citizens are eligible to apply if they are authorized to work in the U.S.
    Job Category:Community Social Service and Non-Profits, Education, Teaching - Middle School, Teaching - Secondary
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:College to Corporate Business Internship Program – AZ
    Job ID:55230
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:50,000
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:As you begin your journey in the corporate world, you’ll undoubtedly search for an opportunity to be challenged, while still learning and growing. The last thing you want is to spend your summer days doing unfulfilling work or menial tasks. Vanguard’s College to Corporate (C2C) Business program is tailor-made for talented, high-potential college students like you, who seek an internship with real-world experiences, and invaluable professional connections. Students seeking all majors are welcome to apply. With your assignment, you’ll develop an in-depth understanding of Vanguard’s mission, initiatives, and investment philosophy, plus learn how these elements impact our clients and crew. You’ll begin your senior year refreshed, knowledgeable, and with a priceless initiation into the financial industry. About the program The C2C Internship Program is a structured, full-time, paid summer internship that offers you the opportunity to expand your expertise in a particular discipline, while developing a broad understanding of Vanguard’s business. You’ll be assigned to a department based on your experiences, and interests, as well as our business needs. Assignments may include: Sales and marketing Project management Client relationship management Operations Risk management Supporting these business units and assisting with large-scale projects will demonstrate how technology, financial analysis, and business operations drive projects in a major corporation. You’ll also learn to navigate successfully in a large corporation and form professional relationships. Additional learning focuses on data analysis, process improvement, presentations and problem-solving. To conclude the internship program, the intern team will present a group project to Senior Management. Upon successful completion of the program, you will be considered for a full-time, entry-level position, including one of the Vanguard leadership development programs. These opportunities are rotational specialty programs designed to provide a work-training experience in varied areas across Vanguard. Program support To help ensure your success, you’ll receive the following support: An internship program manager and a department manager who provide ongoing feedback. Networking events with management and peers. Opportunities to learn from experts. Exceptional hands-on experience. Strong, lasting relationships with peers and Vanguard management and crew. Skills to function in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment.
    Qualifications:Qualifications: The ideal candidate is a current college junior in any major who possesses: Cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher preferred. Effective leadership, communication, interpersonal, and problem-solving skills. Ability to work well independently and as part of a team. Adaptability, the ability to learn quickly, and take initiative. Results oriented with the ability to manage multiple priorities. A commitment to strengthening communities by donating your time and talent. Sound like you? Apply now! Note: Vanguard is not offering visa sponsorship for this position. Additionally, employment is contingent on a successful drug-screening result.
    Job Category:Finance
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Mathematical Sciences Graduate Internship Program
    Job ID:55227
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:Stipend: $1,200 per week/round-trip transportation allowance up to $2,000
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The National Science Foundation (NSF) Division of Mathematical Sciences (DMS) aims to provide opportunities to enrich the training of graduate students in the Mathematical Sciences Graduate Internship Program. This program will provide an opportunity for mathematical sciences doctoral students to participate in internships at national laboratories, industry and other approved facilities. Participation in an internship will provide hands-on experience of the use of mathematics in a nonacademic setting. The internships are aimed at students who are interested in understanding the application of advanced mathematical and statistical techniques to "real world" problems, regardless of whether the student plans to pursue an academic or nonacademic career. Appointed participants will receive a stipend allowance of $1,200 per week and round-trip transportation allowance up to $2,000 for authorized expenses. Participants are required to complete 10-weeks of participation between the months of May through September, 2018. 10-Week Internship: The internship is intended to introduce students to applications of mathematics outside of academia. The internships are intended for both students that plan to pursue careers in and outside of academia.
    Qualifications:Students meeting the following conditions will be considered: *Enrolled as a full-time graduate student at an accredited U.S. college or university during the 2017-2018 academic year. Pursuing a doctoral degree in Mathematics, Statistics, Applied Mathematics. *Possess a cumulative graduate GPA of 3.30 or higher on a 4.00 scale, including fall 2016 grades. Areas of Discipline: Algebra & Number Theory, Analysis, Applied Mathematics, Combinatorics, Computational Mathematics, Foundations, Geometric Analysis, Mathematical Biology, Probability, Statistics, Topology.
    Job Category:Mathmatics
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:IS/IT AUDIT INTERNSHIP
    Job ID:55166
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:hourly compensation
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:POSITION SUMMARY Our Internal Auditors are part of a close family we call the Nestlé Market Audit (NMA) group. They arrive here with varied functional backgrounds that range Information Systems and Management of Information Systems to sciences, such as chemistry and engineering – an eclectic collection of skills that fits nicely within IT audits throughout the world’s largest Nutrition, Health and Wellness company. NMA is a shared service across all Nestlé business units, which means they audit Purina®, but also every other Nestlé® operating company in the United States, Canada and Mexico. This makes for fascinating experiences – reviewing dry dog food production one audit and pizza the next. You’ll work alongside these Auditors to get a hands-on approach as to how our NMA group operates over the course of 12 weeks in St. Louis, Missouri. Throughout the program, you’ll be paired up with Senior Auditors that will provide guidance and mentoring. At the end of the summer, you’ll present to the group on your overall experience and key concepts learned. Internal Auditors travel up to 50% of the time, and because of this, they accrue deep knowledge of the business very quickly. This makes them rare and valuable assets who intimately understand and experience every aspect and area of both the Purina® business and greater Nestlé. With this deep knowledge, we empower auditors to develop their own career paths, whether it be with us or another one of our Nestlé operating companies, like Nespresso®, NUSA, Nestle Waters® or Nestle Nutrition® among others. Internal auditing is a career of constant learning, where each new audit raises unique challenges. So, we commit to developing you in every way every day so you’re prepared join us on a full time basis upon graduation. We’re very proud of our track record of making full-time offers of employment to our interns and developing them into our future business leaders. We’re a global organization known widely as a ‘Best Place to Work’. Our culture continuously dares us to stand taller and ask "what’s next?" Are you up to the dare? PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES · Participate in all aspects of team-based internal control reviews of Nestlé information systems/technologies, applications, brand websites, security and data centers to ensure identified risk areas are properly controlled · Assist the audit planning, reviews and assessment of business risk Utilize data analysis tools (i.e., ACL, IDEA, Microsoft Office) and techniques against master and transactional data files to deliver comprehensive exception reporting against Nestlé policies Present findings and recommendations in meetings with team members and clients Assist in Control Framework initiatives to review SAP role assignments to ensure approved segregation of duties cases are mitigated and allocation of highly sensitive roles are appropriate. Gain knowledge, awareness and understanding of the Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) industry
    Qualifications:BASIC QUALIFICATIONS (Minimum): Education: · Enrolled in a full time undergraduate or graduate program majoring in Information Systems, Information Technology, Internal Audit, or related field of study · Graduating between fall 2018 and spring 2019 from that graduate or undergraduate program · Cumulative GPA 3.0 · Able to work 12 full-time consecutive weeks during Summer 2018. · Willing to travel up to 60% *PLUSES: prior internship experience; enrolled in an IIA Accredited Center for Internal Auditing Excellence program Note: This position does not provide sponsorship for employment status (e.g. H-1B visa status). You must have the legal right to work in the United States.
    Job Category:Accounting/Auditing
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:AUDIT INTERNSHIP
    Job ID:55165
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:hourly compensation
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:POSITION SUMMARY Audit at Nestlé isn’t your typical financial auditing – it’s operational. That means we use a systematic approach to review the effectiveness, efficiency and economy of operations across the business. We’re not just auditing Nestlé Purina’s internal business units (e.g. Human Resources, Marketing, Supply Chain, etc.); we’re auditing ALL of Nestlé – the factories, distribution centers, headquarters and satellite offices. As one of our Audit Interns, you’ll become part of a close family we call the Nestlé Market Audit (NMA) group. We’re a melting pot of sorts – we’re from all across the country. Some of us have accounting degrees, or are working toward them, and others of us have backgrounds in the sciences or engineering. But, that’s what makes our mix work; having enough different brains and skill sets in the room so we approach every audit at different vantage points. Since we’re operational auditors, we’re looking at everything with an analytical mind and an eye on efficiency and opportunity for improvement. Our auditors travel up to 50% of the time – and for you it’s no different. You’ll be assigned to a team of 4 or 5 others who will take you under their wing working together to complete the full cycle of an audit. You’ll plan for three weeks prior to the audit, travel to an assigned location with your team and remain there for 3 weeks auditing various factors, which could include our safety programs, cloud computing systems, human resources processes, etc. At the conclusion of the audit, you’ll return to your home base in St. Louis, MO to wrap up the audit, evaluate the process and receive feedback. Real-world audits. Real impact. And a vibrant, fun culture you won’t find with any other audit group. Are you up to the dare? Join our Nestlé family. Note: This position does not provide sponsorship for employment status (e.g. H-1B or OPT visa status). You must have the legal right to work in the United States now and in the future. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES Participate in all aspects of team-based internal control reviews of Nestlé information systems/technologies, applications, brand websites, security and data centers to ensure identified risk areas are properly controlled Assist the audit planning, reviews and assessment of business risk Utilize data analysis tools (i.e., ACL, IDEA, Microsoft Office) and techniques against master and transactional data files to deliver comprehensive exception reporting against Nestlé policies Present findings and recommendations in meetings with team members and clients Assist in Control Framework initiatives to review SAP role assignments to ensure approved segregation of duties cases are mitigated and allocation of highly sensitive roles are appropriate Gain knowledge, awareness and understanding of the Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) industry
    Qualifications:BASIC QUALIFICATIONS (Minimum): Education: · Enrolled in a full time undergraduate or graduate program majoring in Business, Accounting, Finance, Internal Audit, or related field of study · Graduating between Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 from that graduate or undergraduate program · Cumulative GPA 3.0 · Able to work 12 full-time consecutive weeks during Summer 2018. · Willing to travel up to 60% *PLUSES: prior internship experience; enrolled in an IIA Accredited Center for Internal Auditing Excellence program Note: This position does not provide sponsorship for employment status (e.g. H-1B, OPT, visa status). You must have the legal right to work in the United States now and in the future.
    Job Category:Accounting/Auditing
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Campus – 2018 Technology Software Engineer Intern
    Job ID:54980
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:Negotiable
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Make a big digital impact this summer. Are you ready to challenge every day? Join the Technology team at American Express as a summer intern and you’ll influence and strengthen the core businesses across the organization. Use your digital knowledge and problem-solving skills to help plan, design, develop and implement the next generation of innovative solutions. While you keep current on the tech front and informed on e-business, you will be part of the team that makes American Express the industry leader in cutting-edge, technology-based business solutions. Technology intern opportunities are available in Phoenix, AZ, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, and New York, NY. Join the team and make an impact right away: • Write code with one or more programming languages (e.g., Java, JavaScript, .NET) • Function as a core member of an agile team working on API specs, conducting code reviews and testing in ongoing sprints, or doing proof of concepts/automation tools • Design and develop new customer-facing applications on multiple channels like native iOS, Android, web, social integration and Java services/APIs • Design and implement web-enabled systems for data collection We have the know-how, technology and global reach to make nearly any idea a reality. All that's missing is you! Do you meet the below requirements? • Passion for coding • Ability to identify opportunities to adopt innovative technologies • Hunger to learn new technologies and translate them into working software • Ability to effectively communicate with internal and external business partners • Creative and digital mind-set
    Qualifications:Educational Requirements • Currently enrolled in a Bachelor's or Master's degree program in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or other technical discipline • Students must have a graduation date between December 2018 and June 2020
    Job Category:Engineering, Engineering - Computer
    Position Type:Internship
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  • Job Title:EDF Climate Corps Fellow – Summer 2018
    Job ID:54970
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:$1250/week
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Jump-Start Your Sustainability Career EDF Climate Corps is the premier graduate fellowship program to jump-start your career in clean energy or sustainability. Fellows join an exclusive network of over a thousand EDF Climate Corps alumni and other energy and sustainability professionals, working to advance climate solutions in leading organizations around the world. Our competitive program selects qualified candidates from a variety of disciplines to work for a summer embedded within leading organizations to identify customized energy management solutions. Fellows will gain access to an interactive in-person training, as well as resources and continuing education, including professional development opportunities, online resources and webinars. Apply today! Since 2008, EDF Climate Corps has placed over 800 fellows in host organizations including Under Armour, REI, NRG Energy, City of Boston, JLL, Verizon, General Motors, Vassar College and the New York City Housing Authority. A list of 2018 host organizations will be available to candidates during the interview process and fellows are matched with host organizations based on their location, industry and project type preferences. See the full list of past organizations on our website, www.edfclimatecorps.org Projects to Match Your Unique Skills and Career Goals Working under the guidance of a host supervisor and EDF engagement manager, fellows uncover strategic energy management solutions for their host organization. Projects culminate in a written report and series of recommendations to the host organization. Projects may focus on: • Scaling Energy Efficiency Solutions: Identify energy and cost-saving measures, evaluate financing options and explore opportunities to implement advanced energy management technologies across a portfolio of buildings. • Carbon Mitigation Strategies: Develop GHG targets that are based in science and create strategies to achieve emission reduction goals through data-driven analysis such as energy benchmarking and carbon accounting. • Clean and Renewable Energy: Uncover opportunities for demand response, renewable energy generation, storage and clean energy procurement. • Sustainable Supply Chain Management: Quantify and baseline scope 3 emissions and develop recommendations for engaging suppliers on energy related emission reduction opportunities.
    Qualifications:• Current or recent graduate student studying engineering, business, sustainability, environmental management, public policy or relevant degree • 2+ years of applicable work experience • Self-starter with strong project management and leadership experience • Strong financial and quantitative skills, including project valuation • Superior oral and written communication skills, including presentation skills • Demonstrated experience working on energy efficiency, clean energy or sustainability projects • A passion for solving environmental challenges • Eligibility to work in the United States during the summer of 2018 All selected EDF Climate Corps fellows are required to attend a week-long training in May 2018. Compensation $1,250 per week and reimbursement of travel costs to the training and Energy Solutions Exchange, EDFCC’s annual conference.
    Job Category:Consulting
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:
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  • Job Title:Organic Farm Internship
    Job ID:54790
    No of Openings:2
    Wage/Salary:negotiable based on experience
    Employment Start Date:flexible after 9/1/17
    Job Description:Internship Description Interns will be expected to assist with all aspects of our farm operation, including bed preparation, seed starting, planting, tending, growing crops, irrigation, harvesting, preparation of produce for the market and work at the farmers' markets we attend. We expect a minimum of 50 hours of work per week with two days off, not necessarily in sequence. Our two primary harvest days tend to be longer than 8 hours. We are unable to accommodate dogs and cats. Educational Opportunities Interns will have the opportunity to learn all aspects of operating and maintaining a sustainable farming operation, including crop selection, planning, CSA operation, marketing, as well as aspects of farm and business planning. Meals Food will be provided. We will accommodate omnivore, vegetarian and vegan diets. Interns prepare their own meals. Stipend Negotiable depending on length of stay and level of experience. Housing Provided. We have two travel trailers that provide three private bedrooms. Both trailers have full kitchens and bathrooms. Trailers possibly shared with other interns.
    Qualifications:Work Experience/Skills Desired We are seeking interns with some level of experience with growing vegetables, at a minimum gardening for personal or family food production. We prefer interns who are strongly interested in someday having a farm of their own.
    Job Category:Agribusiness
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Spring Congressional Internship Program 2018
    Job ID:54523
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:$3750
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:During CHCI’s paid summer and semester internships, promising Latino undergraduate students experience what it’s like to work in a congressional office, while participating in weekly professional and leadership development and civic engagement through community service. Our internship program serves students with any major and can also provide an opportunity for academic credit. Interns learn firsthand about how the legislative system works, spending four days each week (Monday-Thursday) working on Capitol Hill. Usually, you are placed with a member of Congress who serves a district in your home state performing meaningful work. You will meet incredibly accomplished Latino leaders—including CHCI Alumni—who are dedicated to improving the Latino community. Leaders from a wide range of professional backgrounds, including Capitol Hill, Fortune 500 companies, NGOs, nonprofits, and other organizations that support Latino education and leadership development, will spend time mentoring you. The time you spend in CHCI’s Congressional Internship Program will help build your professional network, which will help open doors upon graduation. This includes building relationships with the CHCI Alumni Association, a network of nearly 3,300 Latino professionals located across the country who are ready to support you in achieving your dreams. As a CHCI Intern, you will participate in both individual and group service hours to give back to the local community. Through this participation, you will better understand how important it is to remain socially involved and "pay it forward" for the next generation of Latino leaders. CHCI Interns come to D.C. from across the country and Puerto Rico. You will meet fellow Latinos from different heritages and backgrounds—learning as much from each other as you do from the program. As you work together, discuss issues, attend events, serve the community, and spend time exploring the nation’s capital, you will build bonds that will last beyond the internship program. Congressional Internship Program Benefits: •Paid 12 wk internship in the office of a congressional member •Domestic round-trip travel to Washington, D.C. •Housing expenses covered •Academic Credit •Leadership Training, Networking and More
    Qualifications:Desired Skills •Students must currently be enrolled full time and working towards their undergraduate degree Note: If selected as a finalist, all individuals will be required to provide confirmation of enrollment to participate in the program. •Individuals that will graduate in the May or June prior to the Summer session are NOT eligible, but are eligible to participate in the Public Policy Fellowship Program. •Community college individuals graduating in June are eligible for the Summer session if they are transferring to a new institution come the Fall semester. If selected, they will be required to provide confirmation of enrollment at new institution for the Fall semester. •High academic achievement (preference of 3.0 GPA or higher) •Evidence of leadership skills and potential for leadership growth •Demonstrated commitment to public service-oriented activities •Superior analytical skills, outstanding oral and written communication skills •Applicants must be U.S. citizens, lawful permanent residents, asylees, or individuals who are lawfully authorized to work full-time without restriction for any U.S. employer and who, at the time of application, possess lawful evidence of employment authorization. Note: Individuals who are seeking consideration under the "Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival" (DACA) policy must possess an Employment Authorization Document at the time of application •Note: Family members of CHCI Board or Advisory Board Members are prohibited from participating in any of CHCI’s charitable programs Applications by such family members will not be considered. Internship duties may Include, but are not limited to: •Responding to constituent inquiries •Drafting correspondence and memos •Attending congressional hearings and legislative briefings •Conducting legislative research •Writing legislative memos and policy briefings •Data entry and analysis •Assisting with general office operations
    Job Category:Accounting, Accounting/Auditing, Actuary, Administration, Administration - K-12, Administration - Post Secondary, Administrative Assistants, Administrative/Support Services, Adult Education, Advertising - Creative, Advertising Account Management, Agencies, Agencies, Administration, Management, Agribusiness, Agriculture, America Reads/ Counts, Animal/Dairy/Poultry Science, Archaeologist, Architecture, Architecture and Engineering, Arts, Arts Administration, Arts, Design, Entertainment, and Media, At Risk Youth Services, Atmospheric Sciences, Attorney, Automotive, Aviation, Banking/Fin. Services Corporate Finance, Billing/Medical Billing, Biology, Biomedical/Biosystems Engineering, Botany, Brand/Product Marketing, Brokerage, Business Development, Business Operations, HR and Financial Services, Call Center, Carrier Transportation, Cartographer, Cartography, Coaching, Collections, College Student Affairs, Commercial Art, Commercial Banking, Commercial Lending, Communication, Community Organizing/Activism, Community Service, Community Social Service and Non-Profits, Computer Aided Design, Computer Maintenance & Support, Computer, Information Technology and Mathematical, Conflict Resolution/Prevention, Conservation, Construction, Construction, Trades and Warehousing, Consulting, Consumer Sales, Corporate/Strategic Planning/Internal Consulting, Corrections Officer, Counseling & Advocacy, Counseling & Psychology, Court Officials/Judicial, Crimson Scholar, Customer Service, Cyber Security, Data Entry, Data Entry and Word Processing Clerks, Database Administration, Defense/Security, Delivery, Dental Assistant, Dental Hygiene, Dental Lab Technician, Dentistry, Design, Design/Interior Design, Dietetics/Nutrition, Digital Divide/Technology Policy, Dispatcher, Distribution/Shipping, Drafting, eCommerce, eCommerce Consulting, Economic Development Consulting, Education, Education - Early Childhood, Education, Training and Library, Education-Physical Education, Electrical, Electronics - Aerospace, Electronics - Biomedical, Electronics - General, Emergency Medical Services, Energy & Environmental Consulting, Engineering, Engineering - Aerospace, Engineering - Agricultural, Engineering - Chemical, Engineering - Civil, Engineering - Computer, Engineering - Control Systems, Engineering - Design, Engineering - Electrical and Electronics, Engineering - Environmental, Engineering - Food Research, Engineering - Industrial, Engineering - Mechanical, Engineering - Nuclear, Engineering - Petroleum, Engineering - Physics, Engineering - Plant, Engineering - Plastics/Polymer, Engineering - Process, Engineering - Product, Engineering - Project, Engineering - Radio Frequency, Engineering - Structural, Entertainment, Entrepreneurial, Environmental Scientist, Environmental Services, Ethnic/Religious/Gender Issues, Event Planning, Farming, Fishing and Forestry, Federal Government, Film, Film - Actors, Film, Television, and Theater Arts, Film/ Television/ and Theater Arts, Finance, Financial Analysis/Research, Financial Consulting, Financial Planning, Financial/Insurance Sales, Fine Arts, Fire Investigations, Firefighter, Food & Beverage, Food Service, Food Service, Travel and Personal and Consumer Service, Foreign (Language/Translation/Interpreters), Foreign Service/Foreign Policy, Forestry, Foundations, Freight/Trains, Fundraising & Development, Geologist, GIS, Government and Policy, Government Contracting, Graphic Design, Graphic/Visual Arts/Multi Media, Health, Health Care, Health Fitness, Health Services, Health Services/Healthcare, Healthcare and Safety, Healthcare Consulting, Healthcare Management, Heavy Equipment, Horticulture, Hospital/Healthcare Administration, Hospitality, Hospitality Consulting, Hotel/Motel Management, Housekeeping, Human Resource Management, Human Resources and Labor Relations, Human/Civil Rights, Humanitarian Affairs, HVAC - Technician, Hydrologist/Hydrology, Immigration/Customs, Import/Export, Industrial Design, Information and Records Clerks, Information Technology Consulting, In-Home, Insurance Broker/Underwriter/Claims, Insurance Underwriting & Claims, Intelligence, International Business & Finance
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Fall Congressional Internship Program 2018
    Job ID:54518
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:$3,750
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:During CHCI’s paid summer and semester internships, promising Latino undergraduate students experience what it’s like to work in a congressional office, while participating in weekly professional and leadership development and civic engagement through community service. Our internship program serves students with any major and can also provide an opportunity for academic credit. Interns learn firsthand about how the legislative system works, spending four days each week (Monday-Thursday) working on Capitol Hill. Usually, you are placed with a member of Congress who serves a district in your home state performing meaningful work. You will meet incredibly accomplished Latino leaders—including CHCI Alumni—who are dedicated to improving the Latino community. Leaders from a wide range of professional backgrounds, including Capitol Hill, Fortune 500 companies, NGOs, nonprofits, and other organizations that support Latino education and leadership development, will spend time mentoring you. The time you spend in CHCI’s Congressional Internship Program will help build your professional network, which will help open doors upon graduation. This includes building relationships with the CHCI Alumni Association, a network of nearly 3,300 Latino professionals located across the country who are ready to support you in achieving your dreams. As a CHCI Intern, you will participate in both individual and group service hours to give back to the local community. Through this participation, you will better understand how important it is to remain socially involved and "pay it forward" for the next generation of Latino leaders. CHCI Interns come to D.C. from across the country and Puerto Rico. You will meet fellow Latinos from different heritages and backgrounds—learning as much from each other as you do from the program. As you work together, discuss issues, attend events, serve the community, and spend time exploring the nation’s capital, you will build bonds that will last beyond the internship program. Congressional Internship Program Benefits: •Paid 12 wk internship in the office of a congressional member •Domestic round-trip travel to Washington, D.C. •Housing expenses covered •Academic Credit •Leadership Training, Networking and More
    Qualifications:•Students must currently be enrolled full time and working towards their undergraduate degree Note: If selected as a finalist, all individuals will be required to provide confirmation of enrollment to participate in the program. •Individuals that will graduate in the May or June prior to the Summer session are NOT eligible, but are eligible to participate in the Public Policy Fellowship Program. •Community college individuals graduating in June are eligible for the Summer session if they are transferring to a new institution come the Fall semester. If selected, they will be required to provide confirmation of enrollment at new institution for the Fall semester. •High academic achievement (preference of 3.0 GPA or higher) •Evidence of leadership skills and potential for leadership growth •Demonstrated commitment to public service-oriented activities •Superior analytical skills, outstanding oral and written communication skills •Applicants must be U.S. citizens, lawful permanent residents, asylees, or individuals who are lawfully authorized to work full-time without restriction for any U.S. employer and who, at the time of application, possess lawful evidence of employment authorization. Note: Individuals who are seeking consideration under the "Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival" (DACA) policy must possess an Employment Authorization Document at the time of application •Note: Family members of CHCI Board or Advisory Board Members are prohibited from participating in any of CHCI’s charitable programs Applications by such family members will not be considered. Internship duties may Include, but are not limited to: •Responding to constituent inquiries •Drafting correspondence and memos •Attending congressional hearings and legislative briefings •Conducting legislative research •Writing legislative memos and policy briefings •Data entry and analysis •Assisting with general office operations
    Job Category:Accounting, Accounting/Auditing, Actuary, Administration, Administration - K-12, Administration - Post Secondary, Administrative Assistants, Administrative/Support Services, Adult Education, Advertising - Creative, Advertising Account Management, Agencies, Agencies, Administration, Management, Agribusiness, Agriculture, America Reads/ Counts, Animal/Dairy/Poultry Science, Archaeologist, Architecture, Architecture and Engineering, Arts, Arts Administration, Arts, Design, Entertainment, and Media, At Risk Youth Services, Atmospheric Sciences, Attorney, Automotive, Aviation, Banking/Fin. Services Corporate Finance, Billing/Medical Billing, Biology, Biomedical/Biosystems Engineering, Botany, Brand/Product Marketing, Brokerage, Business Development, Business Operations, HR and Financial Services, Call Center, Carrier Transportation, Cartographer, Cartography, Coaching, Collections, College Student Affairs, Commercial Art, Commercial Banking, Commercial Lending, Communication, Community Organizing/Activism, Community Service, Community Social Service and Non-Profits, Computer Aided Design, Computer Maintenance & Support, Computer, Information Technology and Mathematical, Conflict Resolution/Prevention, Conservation, Construction, Construction, Trades and Warehousing, Consulting, Consumer Sales, Corporate/Strategic Planning/Internal Consulting, Corrections Officer, Counseling & Advocacy, Counseling & Psychology, Court Officials/Judicial, Crimson Scholar, Customer Service, Cyber Security, Data Entry, Data Entry and Word Processing Clerks, Database Administration, Defense/Security, Delivery, Dental Assistant, Dental Hygiene, Dental Lab Technician, Dentistry, Design, Design/Interior Design, Dietetics/Nutrition, Digital Divide/Technology Policy, Dispatcher, Distribution/Shipping, Drafting, eCommerce, eCommerce Consulting, Economic Development Consulting, Education, Education - Early Childhood, Education, Training and Library, Education-Physical Education, Electrical, Electronics - Aerospace, Electronics - Biomedical, Electronics - General, Emergency Medical Services, Energy & Environmental Consulting, Engineering, Engineering - Aerospace, Engineering - Agricultural, Engineering - Chemical, Engineering - Civil, Engineering - Computer, Engineering - Control Systems, Engineering - Design, Engineering - Electrical and Electronics, Engineering - Environmental, Engineering - Food Research, Engineering - Industrial, Engineering - Mechanical, Engineering - Nuclear, Engineering - Petroleum, Engineering - Physics, Engineering - Plant, Engineering - Plastics/Polymer, Engineering - Process, Engineering - Product, Engineering - Project, Engineering - Radio Frequency, Engineering - Structural, Entertainment, Entrepreneurial, Environmental Scientist, Environmental Services, Ethnic/Religious/Gender Issues, Event Planning, Farming, Fishing and Forestry, Federal Government, Film, Film - Actors, Film, Television, and Theater Arts, Film/ Television/ and Theater Arts, Finance, Financial Analysis/Research, Financial Consulting, Financial Planning, Financial/Insurance Sales, Fine Arts, Fire Investigations, Firefighter, Food & Beverage, Food Service, Food Service, Travel and Personal and Consumer Service, Foreign (Language/Translation/Interpreters), Foreign Service/Foreign Policy, Forestry, Foundations, Freight/Trains, Fundraising & Development, Geologist, GIS, Government and Policy, Government Contracting, Graphic Design, Graphic/Visual Arts/Multi Media, Health, Health Care, Health Fitness, Health Services, Health Services/Healthcare, Healthcare and Safety, Healthcare Consulting, Healthcare Management, Heavy Equipment, Horticulture, Hospital/Healthcare Administration, Hospitality, Hospitality Consulting, Hotel/Motel Management, Housekeeping, Human Resource Management, Human Resources and Labor Relations, Human/Civil Rights, Humanitarian Affairs, HVAC - Technician, Hydrologist/Hydrology, Immigration/Customs, Import/Export, Industrial Design, Information and Records Clerks, Information Technology Consulting, In-Home, Insurance Broker/Underwriter/Claims, Insurance Underwriting & Claims, Intelligence, International Business & Finance
    Position Type:Internship
    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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