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  • Job Title:Summer Youth Supervisor
    Job ID:57303
    No of Openings:3
    Wage/Salary:10.00
    Employment Start Date:May 29, 2018
    Job Description:Are you passionate about shaping the future of America’s Youth? Boys Town is nationally recognized for its research-proven child, health and family care programs. As one of the country’s largest nonprofit funded child-care organizations, Boys Town touches the lives of more than 2 million children and families nationwide each year. As a Summer Youth Supervisor you will receive hands-on experience supervising and working with our at-risk youth. You will interact directly with the youth, giving them instructions and correcting their behaviors while providing them with supervision and positive role modeling. This position may be considered an internship. With the position being a temporary, seasonal position, all Summer Youth Supervisors are expected to have exceptional attendance and there is very limited availability for time off. If you are looking for a rewarding part-time summer opportunity, can face challenges in a positive and calming matter, and are a leader who can motivate, inspire and provide structure to our youth – apply today! Schedule is 40 hours/week and hours are typically Monday through Friday 9:30a - 5:30p.
    Qualifications:• 20 years of age or older (accepting 19 years of age if birthday falls within 3 months of program dates) • HS Diploma or equivalent • Able to work outdoors and supervise up to 10 youth • Provide leadership and supervision in a group setting • Must pass a drug screen, background check and TB screen This advertisement describes the general nature of work to be performed and does not include an exhaustive list of all duties, skills, or abilities required. Boys Town is an equal employment opportunity employer and participates in the E-Verify program. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status. To request a disability-related accommodation in the application process, contact us at 1-877-639-6003.
    Job Category:Social Work
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Sex Offender Counselor Intern
    Job ID:57289
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:15.00/Hour
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Otero County Prison Facility, operated and managed by MTC, is committed to serve and protect the people of New Mexico and Texas. The facility provides a structured program intended to encourage and establish a foundation for detainee reintegration into society. The Otero County Prison Facility encourages employee success by offering opportunities for continuing education and promotions from within. The facility is highly involved in the community events thus allowing employees to participate in community events such as Special Olympics, Toys for Tots, and Career Day programs. Otero County Prison Facility creates a positive and exciting environment for all employees. MTC offers a competitive wage and comprehensive employee benefits package. For more information please visit www.mtctrains.com. Management & Training Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran. Position Summary: Under the constant supervision of a New Mexico Licensed Independent Social Worker or Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor will acquire the knowledge and skills for conducting assessments and providing treatment, i.e., classroom work, assigning homework, group therapy and individual therapy to sex offenders based on the Responsible Living Treatment Program, Medlin Training Institute, in compliance with Management & Training Corporation (MTC) and the New Mexico Corrections Department (NMCD) directives. Essential Functions: 1.Conduct initial and ongoing comprehensive assessments using the approved assessment tool to include psychological tests, clinical interviews and other techniques designed to define treatment goals and strategies for inmates/detainees. 2.Design a specific treatment plan for inmates/detainees, based on their specific needs, risk factors and current assessment, incorporating learning objectives and objective standards for each of the modules in the Medlin curriculum. 3.Conduct counseling and/or individual and group counseling as appropriate based on treatment goals outlined during the initial assessment. 4.Regularly evaluate inmates/detainees’ progress and complete a monthly progress report. 5.Complete a Treatment Summary prior to the inmates/detainees’ release. It is expected that the incumbent shall perform other duties as assigned within his/her capabilities as determined by management.
    Qualifications:2nd year Master’s level student in counseling or related field. Valid driver's license in the state of New Mexico or the state of Texas with an acceptable driving record required, unless waived by management.
    Job Category:Counseling & Psychology
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active, Co-op Active
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  • Job Title:Animal Care & Training Internship
    Job ID:57216
    No of Openings:20
    Wage/Salary:UNPAID
    Employment Start Date:8/20/2018
    Job Description:Animal Care & Training Internship – Job description Objective: To provide support to Navy Marine Mammal Program Staff while offering students a dynamic educational experience in the field of Marine Mammal Science. Responsibilities: Interns assist with eight different projects funded by the US Navy. Projects focus on marine mammal training, husbandry and research. Interns get experience in specialized areas such as open-ocean training, observational research, cognitive research, and veterinary medicine. Tasks: Intern responsibilities are split up into 3 categories. Support tasks take up about 60% of the intern’s time. The other 40% of their time is spent doing Session Assistance and Hands-On Tasks. Below is a breakdown of such responsibilities. Support Tasks • Diet Preparation • Bucket Scrubbing • Hosing Decks • Fish House Cleaning • Cleaning Boats • Assisting In Resource Center Session Assistance • Research Session Set-up • Operate Gates • Hold/Move Targets • Enter Animals Records in Database • Assist with Echolocation Acquisition Research • Assist with Mother/Calf Research • Record Respiration Rates & Dive Times Hands-On Tasks • Assist Trainers with Husbandry Sessions • Assist in Animal Physicals & Medical Procedures • Hold/Work Animal Sessions • Environmental Enrichment • Interact with Animals in Pools Schedule: Interns work 40 hours per week for 17-weeks (Total of 680 hours). The schedule is 0600-1430 hours with a ½ hour for lunch.
    Qualifications:The internship is offered on a competitive basis to sophomores, juniors, and seniors in the Marine Science, Biology, Zoology, Psychology, and Veterinary fields. Though the internship is designed for undergraduate students, recent graduates are also eligible to apply.
    Job Category:Other
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Student Trainee (Forestry)
    Job ID:57177
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:$24,367 to $38,798 per year
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:This position is located with the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Deputy Director, Trust Services, Division of Wildland Fire Management in Location Negotiable After Selection, United States. The Pathways Internship Program provides opportunities to students who wish to explore careers in Forestry as paid Federal employees working during the summer for BIA. Upon successful completion of the Pathways Internship Program, students may be non-competitively placed into career-conditional positions within the BIA. Responsibilities As a Student Trainee (Forestry), GS-0499-2/3/4, your typical work assignments and/or responsibilities may include, but are not limited to the following: As a student trainee, you will: Serve in a developmental role as a forester program performing tasks such as marking and/or thinning timber; take simple measurements such as running compass lines, measure and record distances, heights, diameters and growth of trees. Learn plant terminology and identification, soils classification, and use of aerial photos. Become familiar with the proper forestry instruments to perform the work and the proper care of those instruments. Receiving orientation pertaining to the organizational structure of the Bureau and its methods of managing trust forest resources. Receiving other assignments to broaden knowledge of BIA activities in the related program functions, such as wildlife and recreation. The full performance level of this position is GS-4. Identification of promotion potential in this announcement does not constitute a commitment or an obligation on the part of management to promote the employee selected at some future date. A career ladder promotion is at the discretion of management, and in no way guaranteed. TELEWORK: Indian Affairs has determined that the duties of this position are suitable for telework only during an emergency or natural disaster. PATHWAYS INTERNSHIP PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: The following eligibility requirements must be maintained throughout the duration of the Internship appointment: -Be at least 18 years of age -Full-time enrollment -Cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher -Maintain a valid Pathways Program Participant Agreement -Enrolled in an accredited college or university seeking a bachelor's degree in Forestry Physical Requirements: Incumbents must possess the physical capabilities required for the position such as; long periods of standing, walking over rough, steep, or rocky surfaces, recurring stooping, reaching, bending, as well as occasional lifting heavy objects; up to 50 pounds. Any condition, which would cause you to be a hazard to yourself or to others, will disqualify you for employment. Failure to meet any of these requirements will disqualify you for employment. Travel may be required for summer rotational assignments and other developmental activities. Occasional travel may be required for summer rotational assignments and other developmental activities.
    Qualifications:Requirements/ Conditions of Employment -U.S. Citizenship Required -Indian Preference applies -Eligibility Documentation Required (DD-214, BIA Form 4432, etc.) -You may be required to successfully complete a probationary/trial period. -Must complete and maintain a Pathways Program Participant Agreement -Must be enrolled full-time or accepted for enrollment full-time -Selective Service: Male applicant who was born after 12/31/1959 are required to register under the Military Selective Service Act, the Defense Authorization Act of 1986, or you are not eligible for appointment in this agency -A background security investigation will be required. Appointment is subject to successful completion of a background security investigation and favorable adjudication. Failure to successfully meet these requirements will be grounds for termination. Qualifications Applicants must be enrolled in an accredited college or university seeking a bachelor's degree that is directly related to the program field, such as forestry, natural resources management, and biological sciences related to forestry including agricultural engineering, agricultural economics, animal husbandry, animal science, biological sciences, geographic information systems, horticulture, range management, and soil science. Basic qualification requirements include: -For the GS-2 grade level: Completion of high school or GED diploma. -For the GS-3 grade level: Completion of 1 academic year of post-high school study. -For the GS-4 grade level: Completion of 2 academic years of post-high school study or associate's degree. Applicants must meet all eligibility and qualification requirements for Pathways positions, including general and/ or specialized experience as defined by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) or by the BIA. Any positive education requirements and selective placement factors must be obtained prior to applicant consideration. In addition, the applicant must meet any additional conditions of employment following appointment. NOTE: Group Coverage Qualification Standard for Schedule D, Pathways Internship Positions - One full academic year of undergraduate, graduate, vocational, trades, technical, or high school education is the number of credit hours determined by the college, university or school to represent 1 year of full-time study. The high school curriculum must be approved by a State or local governing body. All qualification requirements must be met by the closing date of this announcement. NOTE DOCUMENTATION OF STUDENT ENROLLMENT STATUS: If this is your first year or you do not have a transcript, you must upload and attach a copy of your degree plan/curriculum and any other acceptable proof to verify currently accepted or enrolled. Examples of acceptable proof are enrollment course schedule or plan, registration of current course work, advisor approved degree checklist, or letter of acceptance that is on college or university official letter head. Students who have not declared a major or are enrolled in an unrelated degree program, may be selected and hired. However, their continued employment is contingent upon meeting the educational degree program eligibility requirements listed below within a prescribed time-frame. Students enrolled in an unrelated degree program will be required to sign a statement agreeing that they will change their degree program.
    Job Category:Forestry
    Position Type:Full-Time, Internship, Work-study
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Fall 2018 Intern
    Job ID:57171
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:13.25/hr
    Employment Start Date:8/2018
    Job Description:The Center seeks highly motivated undergraduate and graduate students (including law), as well as recent graduates, in the following areas for full-and occasionally part-time paid internships: Media, Federal Legislation, Health Policy, Housing Policy, Food Assistance, National Budget and Tax Policy, Outreach Campaigns, State Fiscal Project and Welfare Reform and Income Support Division (see internship descriptions).
    Qualifications:
    Job Category:Government and Policy
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:HRD9722 PP&C Internship
    Job ID:57148
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:doe
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:PP&C Internship Join a team recognized for leadership, innovation and diversity Honeywell Aerospace is a $11B+ SBG (Strategic Business Group) with 40,000 employees in over 125 domestic and international locations. We are a leading global aviation supplier designing, manufacturing, and distributing advanced electronic systems, products, and services to commercial, defense and space industries. Job Responsibilities Include but are not limited to: • Assisting internal customers in the development of program plans and the creation of program cost and schedule baselines. • Analyzes program performance in accordance with Earned Value Measurement (EVM) standards and reports to internal and external customers. • Requires customer focus and frequent internal customer contact. • Ability to develop and carry out long-and short-term objectives using effective time management skills. • Working knowledge experience with program management processes (cost, schedule, technical controls, baseline development, assigning-time phased resources & budgets to work scope, performance measurement, etc.) • Ability read, write and speak in English. 50 Data Analytics 50 Interface with and support fan/compressor design organization
    Qualifications:YOU MUST HAVE: • Pursuing a Bachelors degree in Business, Engineering, Finance, Accounting or related field • Expected graduation date of Fall 2018 or Spring 2019 WE VALUE: • Proficiency in MS Office (Excel, Power Point and Word). • Data Mining, Analysis, and Modeling techniques. • Must be able to work effectively in a team environment. • Effective verbal and written communication skills to create a sense of buy-in among team members. • Must adapt well to a changing environment • Ability to work multi-tasks, tenacious, and possess excellent problem solving skills. • Able to work independently and with minimal supervision. • Detail oriented. Must be a US Citizen due to contractual requirements. Nonexempt Careers at Honeywell - Engineering INCLUDES • 1st Shift • Continued Professional Development • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION • Job ID: HRD9722 • Category: Business Management • Location: USA Honeywell is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality, sex, or veteran status.
    Job Category:Accounting, Business Development, Business Operations, HR and Financial Services, Engineering
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Intern-DACC Lineworker Program-031004
    Job ID:57032
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:$18.24/Hour
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:COMPANY OVERVIEW For over 100 years, El Paso Electric Company has been serving West Texas and Southern New Mexico with safe and reliable electric energy. Today, we are a regional electric utility with over 1,000 employees providing generation, transmission and distribution service to approximately 400,000 retail and wholesale customers in a 10,000 square mile service area. Our common stock trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol EE and we invite you to visit our website to learn more about our rich history, our plans for the future, and great career opportunities with El Paso Electric Company. INTERNSHIP PROGRAM OVERVIEW: In partnership with Dona Ana Community College, El Paso Electric (EPE) hosts a paid cooperative learning opportunity to fulfill the internship requirement for the Electrical Lineworker Certification Program. Throughout the duration of the internship, students will develop the technical skillset required to safely and successfully complete a Lineworker apprenticeship. LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT: Participants of this program will be immersed into the frontlines of the industry by gaining safe, hands on experience with seasoned experts and their line crews while gaining exposure to the physical and environmental challenges associated with this career. This exciting opportunity requires interns to work in a variety of extreme weather conditions, while engaging in heavy lifting, climbing poles over 110 feet, trenching and working in overhead buckets that can reach up to 90 feet. A typical apprenticeship program career track is: Helper – Apprentice Apprentice Lineworker This entry-level experience is a catalyst towards building an approximate five year progression path towards becoming a first-class line worker in the power industry.
    Qualifications:EDUCATION AND/OR SPECIAL TRAINING: 1. High School Diploma or equivalent. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: 1. Must be enrolled in the DACC Lineworker Certification Program. 2. Must successfully complete the DACC Lineworker Certification Program. 3. Must pass El Paso Electric screening requirements, including drug and alcohol test, background check, Motor Vehicle Report, and a Human Performance Evaluation (HPE). 4. Must possess a valid driver’s license and comply with EPE’s driving policy. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: 1. Provide assistance loading and unloading materials and tools onto and out of the line trucks and trailers 2. Provide assistance carrying materials to job site for the construction and/or maintenance of distribution lines 3. May provide assistance to crews with the performance of construction and/or maintenance on distribution lines. 4. Complies with all applicable Company policies, procedures and code of ethics as well as all applicable governmental laws and regulations to include employment, safety and environmental standards and regulations. ENVIRONMENTAL/PHYSICAL DEMANDS: 1. The incumbents in this classification are subject to both inside and outside environmental conditions and temperatures changes of extreme cold weather (below 32 degrees for periods of more than one hour) and extreme hot heat (temperatures above 100 degrees for periods of more than one hour); and exposed to load noises, vibration, hazards, electrical current, high places, chemicals, atmospheric conditions, fumes, odors, mists, gases, poor ventilation, oils and other fluids, and poisonous plants and insects. Incumbents may be required to perform job functions at any time of the day or night. 2. Very heavy work: Exerting in excess of 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or in excess of 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or in excess of 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects. 3. Climbing: Ascending or descending ladders, stairs, scaffolding, ramps, poles and the like, using feet and legs and/or hands and arms. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Do I have to enroll in DACC’s Lineworker Certification Program to be eligible for this internship? Yes. The internship is a key element of the DACC Lineworker Certification program and is required to successfully obtain your certification. To learn m more about enrolling in the DACC Lineworker Certification Program, contact Terry Mount at 575-527-7584 or visit the DACC website. Am I eligible to start EPE’s Lineworker apprenticeship program upon completion of my internship? You must successfully complete your internship and formally apply for a Helper-Apprentice vacancy to be considered for EPE’s apprenticeship program. What can I expect during and upon completion of my internship? This internship is an opportunity to showcase your ability to succeed in an electrical Lineworker career. As an intern, you will work with several line crews and operations leadership teams who will provide guidance and training for you to be successful in an apprenticeship role. Strong performing interns may be eligible for a Helper-Apprentice position subject to availability and operational demand. Will this internship position require me to relocate? The internship position will not require relocation. Relocation may be required if an intern transitions into a Helper-Apprentice role.
    Job Category:Other
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Student Intern
    Job ID:56957
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:Band 01 - $21,879 - $59,762; Band 02 - $41,759 - $80,505
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Temporary Hire Student Interns perform a variety of functions and tasks in support of the organizations to which they are assigned. Work assignments will involve problem identification, analysis and resolution. Specific duties may include the preparation and presentation of briefings directly related to work assignments. The work performed is professional in nature and is conducted in an environment that gives the interns the opportunity to be evaluated for potential permanent employment. Student Intern assignments are based on entry level professional job descriptions and will involve a great deal of independent work under the guidance of a supervisor and mentor.
    Qualifications:Mandatory Qualifications * U.S. Citizen * At least 18 years of age at time of application * Cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 on 4.0 scale (Not Rounded) * Security Clearance (Top Secret/Sensitive Comparted Information) * Polygraph * Position is subject to Drug Testing * Students must be currently enrolled at least part time in an accredited two-year or four-year college or university degree program (associates, bachelors, graduate, or post-graduate) with a graduation date of Spring 2019 or later. * Students scheduled to graduate prior to Spring 2019 are ineligible unless accepted and enrolled in a subsequent degree program. Documentation of subsequent degree program acceptance and enrollment will be required. * Students must have a cumulative 3.0 GPA on 4.0 scale as determined by your academic institution. Once accepted, students must maintain at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA to continue in the program. * Freshman are encouraged to apply even if they do not have a GPA. Students accepted to the internship program must send an official transcript to Student Programs once the Fall 2018 Semester is over. EDUCATION REQUIREMENT: Incumbent must be enrolled in an associate degree program, baccalaureate, or graduate program. Students must maintain a 3.0 G.P.A. on 4.0 scale.
    Job Category:Cartography, Computer Aided Design, Computer Maintenance & Support, Computer, Information Technology and Mathematical, Cyber Security, Defense/Security, Engineering, Engineering - Aerospace, Engineering - Computer, GIS, Graphic Design, Graphic/Visual Arts/Multi Media, Intelligence, Mathmatics, Surveying, Web Design
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Student Trainee (Information Technology)
    Job ID:56865
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:$29,847 - $38,798 per year
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Reclamation is a contemporary water management agency. Reclamation is best known for Hoover Dam on the Colorado River, Grand Coulee Dam on the Columbia River and Folsom Dam on the American River. Today we are the largest wholesaler of water in the country and the second largest producer of hydroelectric power in the western United States. Reclamation is seeking a few entry level Intern-Indefinites looking for an opportunity to develop his/her knowledge in Information Technology. You can make a difference in the West by assisting in meeting increasing water demands while protecting the environment. This opportunity is intended for (but not limited to) students who are pursuing a degree path, courses, or have the career goal of employment in the field of information technology. These positions are located in the Upper Colorado Region, Provo Area Office, duty stationed in Provo, Utah. Work will be performed in and around that area. You must be able to report to this location for duty by no later than June 25, 2018, in order to be eligible for these job opportunities. These are career development opportunities in the excepted service under the Bureau of Reclamation Pathways Internship Program. It is designed to provide students currently enrolled in a wide variety of educational institutions, from high school to graduate level, with opportunities to work and get paid while exploring federal careers. The candidates selected to fill these positions will be required to complete a Participant Agreement that spells out the requirements of the program, including an anticipated date for completing educational requirements related to the full performance grade level of the position. Travel and relocation expenses will not be paid by the Department of the Interior. Any travel, transportation and relocation expenses associated with reporting for duty at the location designated will be the responsibility of the selected employee. Responsibilities Under the close direction of the supervisor or higher graded employee, the incumbent performs, assists in, and/or continues to learn about the specialized work of their assigned area through developmental assignments. The assignments may include the following: -Preparing and testing control algorithms (autonomous and automatic remote control) for reservoir and canal automation demonstration projects. - Wiring and troubleshooting basic control circuits for water automation projects. - Designing of simple control circuits. - Installing off-the-shelf supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) software for canal automation demonstration projects. - Working with field employees on the shake-down testing of canal arid reservoir automation projects. -- Working as a member of the Provo Area Office real-time monitoring and control team. *Occasional travel for field site visits (up to 40% of the time)
    Qualifications:Requirements/ Conditions of Employment -U.S. Citizenship or National; Duration of appointment is a trial period; -Must apply online, submit resume & supporting documents -Suitable for Federal employment determined by a background investigation; -You must submit transcript(s) to verify education requirements; -May include carrying objects up to 50 lbs; -And occasionally working under field conditions. All interns must continue to meet these eligibility requirements throughout the duration of the appointment. In addition, they must meet all eligibility and qualification requirements by the closing date of the announcement. Individuals serving in intern-indefinite appointments may be non-competitively converted to a permanent position within 120 days of successful completion of the program but conversion is neither promised nor guaranteed. To be eligible for conversion to a permanent or term position, these interns must also: -Be a U.S. Citizen; -Complete at least 640 hours of work experience acquired through the Internship Program; -Complete their degree or certificate requirements; -Meet the Office of Personnel Management's qualification standards for the position to which the Intern will be converted (which may include a positive education requirement); -Meet the Office of Personnel Management's qualification standards for the position to which the Intern will be converted (which may include a positive education requirement); -Meet all agency and program specific requirements as specified in their individual Participant Agreement; - Perform their job successfully as documented through performance evaluations; and -Be recommended for conversion by their manager or supervisor. To be eligible, an applicant must: -Be at least 16 years of age or older at the time of appointment. -Be in good academic standing as defined by the school they are attending. -Be a student who has been accepted for enrollment or is currently enrolled and seeking a degree (diploma, certificate, etc.) in an accredited high school, technical or vocation school, 2-year or 4-year college or university, graduate or professional school. In addition to meeting the basic eligibility requirements above, applicants must also posses education in the amounts below: GS-4: Completion of 2 full academic years of post-high school study or associate's degree (previous experience may be evaluated to substitute for education). Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g. professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.
    Job Category:Information Technology Consulting
    Position Type:Internship
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  • Job Title:Engineer Intern
    Job ID:56818
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:DOE
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Just graduated with a bachelor's degree in Engineering? Does Community Development and Planning Civil Engineering sound like your dream job? We want to talk to you! Bohannan Huston isn't your run-of-the-mill consulting engineering firm, though we may look like it on the surface we provide civil and structural engineering services, surveying and mapping services, planning, and advanced engineering technologies solutions. What really sets us apart is how we attract the best and brightest talent, and strive to create a work environment where we have an opportunity to do our best work every day, where our employees are engaged, energized and inspired. Our exceptional reputation is built upon a spirit of service and unwavering commitment to client satisfaction. Our clients are public and private sector leaders, looking for innovative and excellent solutions, and we meet those challenges every day. Our team is led by the best, brightest and most seasoned engineers, planners, surveyors and IT gurus, and powered by expertise, excellence, data analytics and innovation. We firmly believe that our employees drive the success of the company. With success as the ultimate goal, we strive to create and provide an environment that offers challenging, stimulating and financially rewarding opportunities. Join us and discover a work experience where diverse ideas are met with enthusiasm, and where you can learn and grow to your full potential. We are committed to doing good while doing well, and are actively invested in improving the communities in which we live and work. We donate of our time and our resources, and we encourage our employees to do the same. We're are always looking for individuals who enjoy the entrepreneurial thrill of invention and who enjoy working as a team to create a satisfying outcome for our customers. We hire the brightest, and deliver the best to our clients. If this sounds like a challenge and an opportunity made for you, we want to hear from you! As an Engineer Intern with Bohannan Huston, your job is simple: provide engineering expertise to our varied projects, work hard with your team, have fun, and learn as much as you can so you can grow your career here. Live and work in Albuquerque, NM, which has recently been ranked as one of the Friendliest Cities, and one of the Fittest in the US, as well as ranking in the top 20 of the most Bikeable Cities. WHO YOU ARE You have graduated with a bachelor's degree in engineering, and have at least a 3.0 GPA (we hire smart people, who have a commitment to delivering their best). A master's degree is great too! You have earned your EI certification. You have excellent written and verbal communication, are a great listener, and are prompt, polished, and specific in your responses. You are determined, organized, and detail oriented. You are customer focused. You have an entrepreneurial spirit with a desire to learn and grow. You welcome feedback, and find ways to do your work better. You are eager to make your work more efficient by learning and mastering various engineering technologies.
    Qualifications:TECHNOLOGIES WE USE & TEACH Civil 3D AutoCAD Microstation Inroads HEC-HMS ArcGIS WE OFFER Training, support and learning opportunities. Variety of projects across several civil engineering disciplines. Health insurance, including medical, dental and vision. We also offer an HSA that includes a generous contribution that we make on your behalf. 3 weeks of flexible leave A nationally recognized 401(k) retirement savings plan with a great company match Inspiring company culture and team environment Innovative clients who rank among our region's most successful public and private sector leaders Bohannan Huston is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability. Equal Employment Opportunity Posters If you'd like to view a copy of the company's affirmative action plan, please call our Human Resources Department at 505.823.1000. BH is committed to ensuring a drug-free workplace.
    Job Category:Engineering
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Intern - Software Application Development
    Job ID:56783
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:$16/hr
    Employment Start Date:06/04/2018
    Job Description:ARGO is a leading provider of software and analytics solutions for both the financial services and healthcare industries. ARGO transforms business processes for financial service providers and healthcare organizations using proven business models and software innovation informed by real customer challenges, breakthrough technology, and rich analytics. ARGO has current openings for Software Application Development Interns to join our experienced team. If you are looking to join a team with proven success in the industry and get some great applicable experience please submit your profile and resume online so that we can contact and schedule you for a potential interview. WORK PERFORMED College students or recent graduates that have obtained or are pursuing a degree related to the position/department that they will be working in, i.e., Computer Science, CIS, MIS, Software Engineering, As a temporary employee of ARGO, interns will gain hands-on experience through supporting and working side by side with ARGO employees. Responsibilities will vary based on team assignment.
    Qualifications:MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Must be able to live and work in the Richardson, TX area for the duration of the internship. (Housing is not provided by ARGO) Must have recently obtained OR currently pursuing a bachelor's degree in Computer Science, CIS, MIS, Software Engineering or related field. Must have an overall 3.0 or higher GPA
    Job Category:Computer, Information Technology and Mathematical
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Implementation Intern
    Job ID:56752
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:Competitive Salary and Benefits
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Congratulations on exploring your career opportunities with FAST and taking the first step to becoming a FASTie! A FASTie? Yes, a FASTie. FAST-ie \’faeste\ noun 1. an energetic, intelligent, enthusiastic person who works at Fast Enterprises. 2. a person dedicated to modernizing government technology to better serve the general public. 3. someone who is open to adventure and wants to experience new places around the world. 4. someone who enjoys collaboration with clients and camaraderie with teammates while solving business and technology problems. If the description below speaks to you, take 5 minutes (seriously, only 5 minutes) to apply! As an Implementation Intern on our team, you will be involved with all phases of the implementation of our GenTax® software solution. We have sites across North America and abroad and interns should be flexible with respect to work locations.
    Qualifications:Eligible interns should possess strong communication skills and should be pursuing a degree in: • Computer Science • Computer/Management Information Systems, or • Mathematics FAST may also consider interns from other areas of study when supplemented with technical experience or aptitude. Exposure to specific technology is not required. However, experience in the following areas is desirable: • MS Visual Basic (6 and NET) • Oracle DBMS or MS SQL Server
    Job Category:Computer, Information Technology and Mathematical, Consulting, Information Technology Consulting
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active, Co-op Active
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  • Job Title:Brad Rowse Internship Program
    Job ID:56743
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:STIPEND - $1,000/Month
    Employment Start Date:8/15/2018
    Job Description:In late December 2004, the Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation (CSF) and the sportsmen's-conservation community lost a rising star with the death of Brad Rowse. Brad monitored sportsmen's issues at the state level, built relations with state legislators and sportsmen's groups and was integral in the formation of the National Assembly of Sportsmen’s Caucuses (NASC) creating a unified front for sportsmen in state legislatures. To carry on the passion that Brad Rowse brought to sportsmen's policy, the Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation created the Brad Rowse Internship Program. Interns will have opportunity to learn the importance of the public policy process on hunting, fishing and conservation issues and will spend time learning about federal and state legislative initiatives that impact sportsmen and fish and wildlife conservation. CSF provides advice, support and information to members of Congress and state legislatures through its affiliation with the Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus – a bi-partisan group of more than 300 U.S. Representatives and Senators and the twenty-nine state sportsmen’s caucuses who are allies of sportsmen. This gives CSF a unique niche that is unparalleled by any other sportsmen’s organization. Visit www.sportsmenslink.org to learn more about the work of The Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation. DUTIES: Tracking state and federal legislation that impacts hunting, fishing, and wildlife conservation. Writing and assisting with the preparation of the NASC email newsletter and providing timely information to state legislative caucuses. Additionally, Interns will assist with the various CSF events. Additional responsibilities will depend upon the ability and interest of each intern and the needs of CSF. POSITION: This is a paid internship with a stipend of up to $1000 a month. Academic credit is strongly supported and CSF will cooperate with universities/colleges that offer credit for intern programs. However, it is the student’s responsibility to make all the arrangements for receiving academic credit.
    Qualifications:QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Preference to undergraduate or graduate students with a major and/or an interest in conservation/natural resource management and/or policy. 2. Excellent research, writing, and oral communications skills. 3. Available to work on a committed weekly schedule, preferably full-time (40 hours/week for a minimum of three months). 4. Ability to organize time, set priorities, and work under pressure while paying attention to detail. 5. Strong computer skills. 6. Good disposition, hard working, creative, with an interest in taking on a variety of tasks. 7. Commitment to the goals and methods of the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation. An interest in hunting, fishing, and outdoor recreation is required.
    Job Category:Government and Policy
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Land Survey Student Summer Internship
    Job ID:56716
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:DOE - Hourly
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    Job Description:You have spent all year in the classroom, now it's time to put it to practical application with Bohannan Huston. This summer, be a part of BHI's long and successful history of providing sustainable engineering solutions for our clients. We provide surveying and mapping services, civil engineering, planning and design expertise for water and wastewater, private development, structures, traffic and transportation, and municipal projects. We are currently seeking a Land Survey Student Intern for our Albuquerque, New Mexico office. WHO YOU ARE Candidates must be enrolled in a Survey or Geomatics Engineering degree program through New Mexico State University. Have a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Applicants with experience in one or more of the following software programs will be considered more qualified: AutoCAD Civil3D; MicroStation; InRoads; Trimble Software applications; GeoMedia or ESRI GIS applications; Microsoft Office Suite. Primary Job Functions The position requires strong organizational skills; excellent verbal and written communication skills; attention to detail; ability to problem solve and work with limited supervision; and the potential to go out into the field and collect survey data. Bohannan Huston is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability. Equal Employment Opportunity Posters If you'd like to view a copy of the company's affirmative action plan, please call our Human Resources Department at 505.823.1000. BH is committed to ensuring a drug-free workplace.
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    Job Category:Surveying
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Summer Camp Counselor (Team Leader/Assistant Instructor)
    Job ID:56712
    No of Openings:30
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    Job Description: Love working with and having an impact on kids? Have loads of energy and stamina? Interested in education and project-based learning? Ready to take your group management skills to the next level in an amazingly fun summer job? Team Leaders are the single most consistent presence in the experience of each Camp Galileo camper, and so have the greatest potential impact on each camper’s summer. This responsibility requires careful attention to the physical and emotional safety of each and every individual camper within a team, and to the overall development and formation of the group as a whole. Through their role in the classroom, Assistant Instructors ignite a spark of learning for individual campers and small groups, helping to bring the Galileo Innovation Approach to life. Assistant Instructors are also often responsible for culture-building in the camp schedule, and spend much of their “work” time having a great time. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success. The camp day runs, on average, 8-9 hours for Team Leaders and Assistant Instructors. They typically work 7:45am-4:15pm, with some also working Extended Care hours until as late as 6pm Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Staff will be compensated at a different hourly training rate for online training and on-site setup/training Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week  ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Team Leaders: Lead your team of up to 18 campers throughout the week to art, science and outdoor rotations Assistant Instructors: Become familiar with curriculum for majors/classes in which you will assist Assist Lead Instructors in delivering curriculum and lesson prep Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit for campers, constantly assessing group dynamics and individual needs Set, work toward, and achieve measurable professional development goals Support camper check-in and check-out processes Provide excellent customer service to families Assist with daily setup and cleanup of camp Contribute to and participate in daily camp activities and ceremonies
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  • Job Title:Summer Outdoor Play Instructor
    Job ID:56709
    No of Openings:30
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    Job Description:Passionate about working with and having an impact on kids? Believe the world needs innovators? Ready to have a career-defining summer? Have a love for art, science, technology, team-building or education?  Imagine spending your summer as a Lead Outdoor Play Instructor at one of Galileo's summer sites across the San Francisco Bay Area, Southern California, and Chicago. Lead campers through low-ropes-course-type activities and team-building games, teaching the fundamentals of cooperation and communication. Lead Instructors are the staff most well-placed to bring Galileo’s curriculum and innovation to life. We believe that our approach to learning isn’t merely a pedagogy—it is a tool that will help shape the worldview of future innovators. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success. The camp day runs, on average, 8-9 hours for Lead Instructors. Lead Instructors typically work 7:45am-4:45pm Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Staff will be compensated at a different hourly training rate for online training and on-site setup/training Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week  ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Read and learn curriculum for your subject prior to the start of camp. Prepare for and deliver rotations of Galileo curriculum per day to groups of up to 24 campers Implement the curriculum as written, adapting it as needed to improve Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit, constantly assessing group dynamics and individual needs Supervise Camp Counselors while they are working in your classroom Set, work toward, and achieve measurable professional development goals Support camper check-in and check-out processes Provide excellent customer service to families Assist with daily set up and cleanup of camp Contribute to and participate in daily camp activities
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  • Job Title:Summer Art & Design Instructor/Teacher
    Job ID:56708
    No of Openings:30
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    Job Description:Passionate about working with and having an impact on kids? Believe the world needs innovators? Ready to have a career-defining summer? Have a love for art, science, technology, team-building or education?   Imagine spending your summer as a Lead Art/Design Instructor at one of Galileo's summer sites across the San Francisco Bay Area, Southern California, and Chicago. Share your love of visual art, design, or cooking in classes like Art Studio, Web Design, Animation, Video Game Design, Culinary Arts, Digital Photography, and more. Lead Instructors are the staff most well-placed to bring Galileo’s curriculum and innovation to life. We believe that our approach to learning isn’t merely a pedagogy—it is a tool that will help shape the worldview of future innovators. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success. The camp day runs, on average, 8-9 hours for Lead Instructors. Lead Instructors typically work 7:45am-4:45pm Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Staff will be compensated at a different hourly training rate for online training and on-site setup/training Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week  ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Read and learn curriculum for your subject prior to the start of camp. Prepare for and deliver rotations of Galileo curriculum per day to groups of up to 24 campers Implement the curriculum as written, adapting it as needed to improve Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit, constantly assessing group dynamics and individual needs Supervise Camp Counselors while they are working in your classroom Set, work toward, and achieve measurable professional development goals Support camper check-in and check-out processes Provide excellent customer service to families Assist with daily set up and cleanup of camp Contribute to and participate in daily camp activities
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  • Job Title:Summer Maker/Engineering Instructor
    Job ID:56706
    No of Openings:30
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    Job Description:Passionate about working with and having an impact on kids? Believe the world needs innovators? Ready to have a career-defining summer? Have a love for art, science, technology, team-building or education?   Imagine spending your summer as a Lead Science/Engineering Fundamentals Instructor at one of Galileo's summer sites across the San Francisco Bay Area, Southern California, and Chicago. Share your love of science, building, or basic engineering in classes like K-5 science, Go-Kart Builders, Circuits & Electronics, Chem Lab Creations, Catapult Builders, and more. Lead Instructors are the staff most well-placed to bring Galileo’s curriculum and innovation to life. We believe that our approach to learning isn’t merely a pedagogy—it is a tool that will help shape the worldview of future innovators. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success. The camp day runs, on average, 8-9 hours for Lead Instructors. Lead Instructors typically work 7:45am-4:45pm Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Staff will be compensated at a different hourly training rate for online training and on-site setup/training Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week  ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Read and learn curriculum for your subject prior to the start of camp. Prepare for and deliver rotations of Galileo curriculum per day to groups of up to 24 campers Implement the curriculum as written, adapting it as needed to improve Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit, constantly assessing group dynamics and individual needs Supervise Camp Counselors while they are working in your classroom Set, work toward, and achieve measurable professional development goals Support camper check-in and check-out processes Provide excellent customer service to families Assist with daily set up and cleanup of camp Contribute to and participate in daily camp activities
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  • Job Title:Summer Technology Instructor
    Job ID:56705
    No of Openings:30
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    Job Description:Passionate about working with and having an impact on kids? Believe the world needs innovators? Ready to have a career-defining summer? Have a love for art, science, technology, team-building or education?   Imagine spending your summer as a Lead Science/Engineering Fundamentals Instructor at one of Galileo's summer sites across the San Francisco Bay Area, Southern California, and Chicago. Share your love of programming, tech, or digital design in classes like Mod Design with Minecraft®, Virtual Reality, 3D Printing, Video Game Design, and more. Lead Instructors are the staff most well-placed to bring Galileo’s curriculum and innovation to life. We believe that our approach to learning isn’t merely a pedagogy—it is a tool that will help shape the worldview of future innovators. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success. The camp day runs, on average, 8-9 hours for Lead Instructors. Lead Instructors typically work 7:45am-4:45pm Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Staff will be compensated at a different hourly training rate for online training and on-site setup/training Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week  ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Read and learn curriculum for your subject prior to the start of camp. Prepare for and deliver rotations of Galileo curriculum per day to groups of up to 24 campers Implement the curriculum as written, adapting it as needed to improve Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit, constantly assessing group dynamics and individual needs Supervise Camp Counselors while they are working in your classroom Set, work toward, and achieve measurable professional development goals Support camper check-in and check-out processes Provide excellent customer service to families Assist with daily set up and cleanup of camp Contribute to and participate in daily camp activities
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  • Job Title:Computation Student Intern
    Job ID:56651
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:Salaries are based on student academic level.
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    Job Description:At the Undergraduate Level (Non-Exempt): - Students will work with scientists, engineers and technical staff members to provide technical and/or research support to projects in the areas of computational science, numerical methods, mathematics, or other related fields. - Under close supervision, will participate in research in assigned area. - Gather and analyze data and information in support of scientific research. - Participate in research planning and evaluation discussion. - Attend relevant on-site seminars (at least one per week). - A minimum of one seminar or poster will be presented on the assignment. - Perform other duties as assigned. In Addition at the Graduate and Recent Grad Level (Exempt): - Under limited direction and supervision will conduct research in assigned area. - Perform technical assignments of a basic degree of complexity and provide advanced technical support to scientist in scientific research and development projects. - Present work through presentations and/or poster sessions. is is a Temporary Student Intern appointment. **This assignment is for a full time position during the summer academic break; a co-op position, full time during the academic semester/quarter, or a year-round part time position during the academic year and full time during academic breaks. Refer to the Scholar Program website at https://scholars.llnl.gov/ for additional student employment information. Salaries are based on student academic level. Selected applicants will be required to provide current unofficial transcripts.
    Qualifications:At the Undergraduate Level (Non-Exempt): - Must be a continuing college or university student in good standing at an accredited institution pursuing an undergraduate degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, or other related fields. - Ability to apply basic computational science and/or mathematical principles to solve technical problems. - Demonstrated effective communication skills. - Ability to present and communicate concepts and ideas. - Experience working with personal computers and familiarity with Word, Excel and PowerPoint. - Ability to work in a team environment. In Addition at the Graduate and Recent Grad Level (Exempt): - Must be a continuing college or university student in good standing at an accredited institution pursuing a graduate degree or a recent Bachelors or Masters graduate within one year. - Demonstrated academic achievement in scientific curriculum. - Experience applying advanced computational science and/or mathematical principles to solve technical problems. Desired Qualifications - GPA of 3.0 or above. Pre-Placement Medical Exam: A job related pre-placement medical examination may be required. Pre-Employment Drug Test: External applicant(s) selected for this position will be required to pass a post-offer, pre-employment drug test.
    Job Category:Engineering
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Cybersecurity Summer Institute Student Intern
    Job ID:56632
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    Wage/Salary:N/A
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    Job Description:Essential Duties At the Undergraduate Level (Non-Exempt): - Students will work with scientists, engineers and technical staff members to provide technical and/or research support to projects in the area of cybersecurity and other related fields. - Under close supervision, participate in research in assigned area. - Gather and analyze data and information in support of scientific research. - Participate in research planning and evaluation discussion. - Attend relevant on-site seminars (at least one per week). - A minimum of one seminar or poster will be presented on the assignment. - Perform other duties as assigned. In Addition at the Graduate and Recent Grad Level (Exempt): - Under limited direction and supervision will conduct research in assigned area. - Perform technical assignments of a basic degree of complexity and provide advanced technical support to scientist in scientific research and development projects. - Present work through presentations and/or poster sessions.
    Qualifications:Qualifications At the Undergraduate Level (Non-Exempt): - Must be a continuing college or university student in good standing at an accredited institution pursuing an undergraduate degree in Cybersecurity, Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics or other related fields. -Effective programming skills in Python, C, or C++. - Ability to apply basic principles of computer science to solve cybersecurity related problems. - Ability to present and communicate concepts and ideas. - Ability to work in a team environment. - Demonstrated effective communication skills. - Desire to participate in both individual and team efforts including possible LLNL CSI Cyber Competition(s). - Desire to improve skills in public presentation of scientific results by giving presentations and participating in the LLNL student poster competition. - Eagerness to obtain an understanding of new application areas. - Demonstrated exposure through coursework or relevant experience to some of the following topics: Cybersecurity Network/Protocol Analysis Intrusion Detection Cryptography Reverse Engineering Incident Response Malware Analysis Systems Programming In addition, at the Graduate and Recent Grad Level (Exempt): - Must be a continuing college or university student in good standing at an accredited institution pursuing a graduate degree or a recent Bachelor's or Master's graduate within one year. - Demonstrated academic achievement in scientific curriculum. - Experience applying advanced computational science and/or mathematical principles to solve technical problems. Desired Qualifications - GPA of 3.0 or above. Pre-Placement Medical Exam: A job related pre-placement medical examination may be required. Pre-Employment Drug Test: External applicant(s) selected for this position will be required to pass a post-offer, pre-employment drug test. Security Clearance: None required. Note: This is a Temporary Student Intern appointment. This assignment is for a full-time position during the summer academic break or a co-op position during the academic year. Refer to the Scholar Program website at https://scholars.llnl.gov/ for additional student employment information. Salaries are based on student academic level. Selected applicants will be required to provide current unofficial transcripts.
    Job Category:Computer, Information Technology and Mathematical
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:GT1 LTE Apprentice Electronic Fab
    Job ID:56597
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:$22.91 an hour
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    Job Description:We are seeking a Electronic Fabrication Trades •Plan, lay out, fabricate, modify, troubleshoot, repair, test, calibrate, and inspection of a wide range of electronic and electro-mechanical equipment utilizing sound engineering principles in a research and development, and/or complex production environment. •As a condition of employment, Metal Trades positions are represented by the Metal Trades Council (MTC) and represented employees must pay the monthly membership dues or agency fee.
    Qualifications:Qualifications We Require Degree Requirements for Acceptance into Electronics Fabrication Apprenticeship: •Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Electronics Technology or Electronics Engineering Technology, or Advanced Systems Technology as provided by CNM or equivalent, with an overall of cumulative GPA or 3.0 or greater. Required skills, Physical Assessments, & Certifications: Once the applicant has submitted their application and resume, there will be several levels of screening as applicable: (1) resume review for direct experience and related work history; (2) skills assessments (3) interview evaluations; (4) pre-employment background reviews (for external applicants); (5) drug testing; and (6) physical job placement assessments. Each screening level must be passed successfully and consecutively in order to be eligible for consideration. A job placement assessment (JPA) will be required as part of the screening for this position. This JPA will evaluate your ability to meet the physical requirements of this job. Qualifications We Require Responsibilities include consulting with requesters on circuitry, package design, and performance requirements as follows: •Designing, developing, and preparing electromechanical layouts and drawings using CAD/CAM software and other computer tools. •The planning, scheduling and fabrication of special test equipment, wiring, harness and cables, cases and chassis; perform complete mechanical, electrical and functional testing and analysis of completed units. •Work involves utilizing all types of electronic test equipment to develop, set up, and perform qualification and evaluation tests on components and systems. •Consult and team with other Tradespersons. Collaborate with engineers and serve as a fabrication resource on design and manufacturability issues. •Utilize a computerized database to maintain required records. •Perform work using industry-standard safety practices. Requirements include completion of a State approved Electronic Fabrication Trades Apprenticeship Program with the apprentice able occupation: Electronic Engineering Technician. •Obtain new and maintain current required electronic fabrication process qualifications in order to meet current as well as future business needs. Qualifications We Desire •Experience with AutoCAD. •Good understanding of technical drawings, blue prints and schematics. •Knowledgeable of ISO Quality Systems Requirements and IPC-A610 Acceptability of electronic assemblies. •Experience working in a Microsoft Windows environment. •Hands on electronics fabrication of 3-5 years of experience. About Our Team Electronic Fabrication Department, 02663, provides Sandia with manufacturing technology in packaging of prototype electronic systems through capabilities that include product design, fabrication, inspection, testing and installation. The department supports Sandia engineering by identifying and meeting customer requirements for the design to application of customized products, through the use of effective and efficient processes. About Sandia Sandia National Laboratories is the nation’s premier science and engineering lab for national security and technology innovation, with teams of specialists focused on cutting-edge work in a broad array of areas. Some of the main reasons we love our jobs: •Challenging work with amazing impact that contributes to security, peace, and freedom worldwide •Extraordinary co-workers •Some of the best tools, equipment, and research facilities in the world •Career advancement and enrichment opportunities •Flexible schedules, generous vacations, strong medical and other benefits, competitive 401k, learning opportunities, relocation assistance and amenities aimed at creating a solid work/life balance* World-changing technologies. Life-changing careers. Learn more about Sandia at: http://www.sandia.gov *These benefits vary by job classification. Security Clearance Position requires a Department of Energy (DOE)-granted L-level security clearance. Sandia is required by DOE directive to conduct a pre-employment background review that includes personal reference checks, law enforcement record and credit checks, and employment and education verifications. Applicants for employment must be able to obtain and maintain a DOE L-level security clearance, which requires U.S. citizenship. Applicants offered employment with Sandia are subject to a federal background investigation to meet the requirements for access to classified information or matter if the duties of the position require a DOE security clearance. Substance abuse or illegal drug use, falsification of information, criminal activity, serious misconduct or other indicators of untrustworthiness can cause a clearance to be denied or terminated by the DOE, rendering the inability to perform the duties assigned and resulting in termination of employment. EEO Equal opportunity employer/Disability/Vet/GLBT
    Job Category:Electronics - General
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Recruiter/Account Manager
    Job ID:56308
    No of Openings:8
    Wage/Salary:35 + commission
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    Job Description:In the recruiter role at Medix, you will identify, screen, negotiate with and place qualified candidates within our clients’ organizations. As a company that is growing exponentially within multiple industries, there is a tremendous opportunity in this position. WHAT YOU’LL DO: • Identify qualified candidates through a number of creative outlets (i.e. job boards, networking groups, social media, etc.) • Assess candidates through phone screening, interviewing, skills testing, and reference checks • Ensuring excellent attendance, resolving any issues that arise and providing employee and client satisfaction of our current talent • Consistently meet and exceed weekly and quarterly quotas • Obtain and generate leads and set new meetings with prospective clients
    Qualifications:WHAT WE NEED: • Competitive Mindset • Ability to show initiative • High energy • Interest in a results-driven culture • Ability to multitask and work in a fast paced setting • Bachelor’s degree strongly preferred
    Job Category:Communication, Consumer Sales, Sales, Sales - General, Sales and Marketing
    Position Type:Full-Time, Internship
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  • Job Title:Marketing and Communications Intern
    Job ID:56233
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:9.40
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    Job Description:Description: Austin Tharp Real Estate Team is seeking a dynamic, self-starter to assist marketing and communications efforts. This internship is an excellent opportunity to experience various aspects of marketing while working for a professional real estate team. Responsibilities: • Update and maintain ATRET’s social media presence, including scheduling Facebook updates • Assist in planning, writing and managing monthly Newsletter • Designing flyers, graphics, e-vites and other marketing material for major events hosted by ATRET • Organize and attend monthly marketing meetings including preparing agenda and taking notes. • Collaborating with staff on new ideas, directions, and venues for marketing and communications • Update website, blog and detailed pages. • Work closely with Wordpress. • Build out a Youtube page. • Design marketing materials. Qualifications: • Firm grasp of available tools and platforms in the social media space • Completed or working toward a college degree, preferably in a related field (e.g., English, Marketing/Communications, or Public Relations) • Previous internship or related experience in marketing or communications is a plus • Must be computer literate (working knowledge of word processing, PowerPoint, Excel). Proficiency in Adobe InDesign and Photoshop highly desired. Knowledge of HTML and graphic design a plus. Experience with Wordpress and social media marketing. • An effective communicator, both written and oral • Ability to communicate in a professional manner with press and community contacts • Self-motivated, good organizational skills, detail-oriented, ability to prioritize, multi-task and meet deadlines
    Qualifications:• Firm grasp of available tools and platforms in the social media space • Completed or working toward a college degree, preferably in a related field (e.g., English, Marketing/Communications, or Public Relations) • Previous internship or related experience in marketing or communications is a plus • Must be computer literate (working knowledge of word processing, PowerPoint, Excel). Proficiency in Adobe InDesign and Photoshop highly desired. Knowledge of HTML and graphic design a plus. Experience with Wordpress and social media marketing. • An effective communicator, both written and oral • Ability to communicate in a professional manner with press and community contacts • Self-motivated, good organizational skills, detail-oriented, ability to prioritize, multi-task and meet deadlines
    Job Category:Marketing - General
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Gap Year
    Job ID:55739
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:Un-paid
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    Job Description:Sonlight Gap Year: The Barnabas Journey offers high school graduates ages 18-22 the chance to connect with a small Christian community, to discover who God wants you to be, and to prepare for the lifelong journey God has for you. And Sonlight offers an ideal location: on the edge of the Weminuche Wilderness in the San Juan Mountains of southwest Colorado. The Barnabas Journey is guided by one of Sonlight’s directors, Emrys Tyler, who holds an M.Div from Fuller Theological Seminary, and served as a Presbyterian pastor for 10 years before coming to Sonlight.
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    Position Type:Internship
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  • Job Title:Marketing, Programs and Events Internship
    Job ID:55736
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    Wage/Salary:0
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    Job Description:Entercom Denver offers an opportunity for students to apply classroom theory to practical work experience. Our internship program allows students to experience firsthand the reality of working in the radio broadcasting industry. Interns can test their creative talent, exercise their analytical skills and increase their understanding of broadcasting operations and trends. The Projects and Events Internship provides an opportunity for students to learn how to create and execute revenue-driven events and marketing campaigns. Skills you will learn include, but are not limited to: Event planning and production processes Sponsorship fulfillment processes Recap reporting processes How to research marketing materials Participation in brainstorming/production meetings Attending department meetings as well as station sales meetings Assisting staff with on-site event execution Skills Required: Takes initiative, willingness to learn Well organized, detail-oriented Dependable Be available evenings and weekends All interns must be enrolled in a College or University and receiving college credit. Students are expected to obtain and complete any forms necessary to receive credit for the internship experience. Internships are non-paid positions. Entercom is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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    Job Category:Marketing - General
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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
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    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
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