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  • Job Title:Student Trainee (Engieering) - NASA Pathways Intern Emploment Program
    Job ID:56231
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:$31,066- $63,717 per year
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Summary: This position is in NASA’s Pathways Intern Program which provides students with the opportunity to explore NASA careers and gain meaningful work experience. This Pathways Intern position is for an engineering student trainee in the Inlets and Nozzles Branch located in the Propulsion Division of the Research and Engineering Directorate at the NASA Glenn Research Center (GRC). The Branch performs computational and experimental research directed at the design and development of advanced inlet and exhaust systems for vehicles in all flight regimes. Research efforts also encompass understanding the fundamental flow physics associated with inlet and exhaust systems. This includes the investigation of the fundamental phenomena of ducted flows including flow separation, shock wave/boundary layer interactions, mixing, and shear layers. Responsibilities: You will support senior engineers in the Branch and will be assigned in the area of turbine-based combined-cycle research involving integrated inlet and nozzle design/ analysis/ testing, advanced test techniques, and high-speed air-breathing propulsion in general. This job is open to.. U.S. citizens and nationals who are enrolled students or accepted for enrollment on at least a half-time basis in accredited educational institutions.
    Qualifications:Requirements/ Conditions of Employment -Be at least 16 years of age at the time of appointment. -Enrolled/ accepted in an accredited educational institution. -Pursuing a bachelor's degree or higher with at least 30 semester hours. -Maintain enrollment at least half time as defined by the institution. -Have and maintain a cumulative of at least 2.9 on a 4.0 scale. -You must be available to work at least 640 hours prior to completion of degree. -You will be required to sign a Pathways Participant Agreement. -You must have at least one calendar year remaining before completing the degree requirements by the start date of your appointment. -This appointment will start no earlier than May 2018. Applicants who indicate a graduation date prior to May 2019 will be found ineligible. Education: To be eligible for this position, you must be pursuing a degree in Aerospace Engineering or Mechanical Engineering at an accredited educational institution. Degrees in engineering technology are not qualifying for these positions. Engineering degrees must be from a college or a university school of engineering with at least one curriculum accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering ad Technology (ABET) as a professional engineering curriculum. To find out if a degree meets this requirement, go to http://www.abet.org.
    Job Category:Engineering
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Civil Engineering Intern
    Job ID:56208
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:TBD
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    Job Description:Wilson & Company, Inc., Engineers & Architects is currently seeking a part-time Civil Engineer intern to support our Municipal Services Team in our Las Cruces, NM office. This person will provide support services for a variety of municipal projects and production projects. Essential Job Functions: Ability to work with a team under the direct supervision of a Project Engineer Ability to demonstrate effectiveness in working in a team setting, communication with others, customer satisfaction and technical competence.
    Qualifications: Pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering CADD/AutoCAD experience a plus Please note that Wilson & Company is not currently sponsoring applicants for work visas. About Us: Wilson & Company has a rich history in planning and design, and the right candidate will become part of our bright future. We provide multidisciplinary engineering, architecture, surveying, mapping, environmental, and planning services, and employ staff throughout 16 offices in 10 states. The firm was founded in 1932 and provides services to a diverse client base including railroads; municipal, state, and federal agencies; energy, industrial, and commercial companies; and private developers. The cornerstone of our success is Higher Relationships, standards in Discipline, Intensity, Collaboration, Shared Ownership, and Solutions. Discipline is doing it right, with attention to details without exception. Intensity is doing what it takes to meet and exceed expectations. Collaboration is working together and bringing out the best in each other. Shared Ownership means we adopt the goals of others as our own. Finally, Solutions are achieved in a win-win environment. We value this commitment to Higher Relationships with our employees, clients, and the communities where we live and work. And for you, our culture intends to help you achieve personal and professional success. Come grow with us!
    Job Category:Engineering - Civil
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Prison Fellowship Summer Internship
    Job ID:56202
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:$12.50 hourly
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    Job Description:Prison Fellowship has a number of exciting full-time summer student internships! -Contracts and Legal -Development -Digital Communications -Facilities -Graphic Design -IT Operations -IT Programmer Analyst -Training and Learning -Web Content Offered at $12.50/ hour, full-time undergraduate and graduate Christian students who can provide their own transportation and housing are very much encouraged to apply. As a non-profit organization with limited resources, our bandwidth prevents us from uploading our positions to online portals and hope that you might find a way to share them with potential applicants. Prison Fellowship Summer Internship Information: Founded by Chuck Colson in 1976, Prison Fellowship has become he world's largest ministry to prisoners, ex-prisoners, and their families. We believe that communities can be safer through a more restorative approach to all those affected by crime. We work with prisons, churches, and legislators toward this vision---with an emphasis not on locking bad people up, but on bringing good people home. Students who would like to join us in this mission of restoration may reconsider applying for one of our summer internships at our National Office, which is a professional working environment located in Lansdowne, Virginia, near Washington, D.C. All candidates are required to provide their own transportation and housing as well as sign our Statement of Faith found here: http://www.prisonfellowship.org/about/beliefs/statement-of-faith/.
    Qualifications:Regarding any needs for one's academic requirements to obtain credit for the internship, our staff can coordinate with our interns as needed. Interns will attend staff meetings, ministry gatherings, social activities, and meet with leaders from various ministry divisions.
    Job Category:Business Operations, HR and Financial Services, Communication, Engineering, Graphic Design, Information Technology Consulting, Marketing Consulting
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Property Management Internship (Summer 2018)
    Job ID:56192
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary: Paid
    Employment Start Date:05/21/18
    Job Description:Summer 2018 Paid Internship Opportunities! (June-August negotiable) Why choose to be part of any internship when you can be part of a group that fosters career growth and opportunity? At Monarch, opportunity isn't just knocking, it's breaking down the door and giving you the keys to success, with an amazing career path with professional and personal growth. Monarch is offering multiple internship locations. This particular internship will be located a Mission Hill Apartments, 1000 Menaul Blvd, Albuquerque, NM 87112. This internship encompasses management of 448 apartments in this community. Monarch operates unlike other real estate investment groups, which is why we beat industry standards in everything we do. Monarch is among the top 50 multifamily owners in the country. We are an exciting group of private individuals who operate over 41,400 apartments, within 165 communities and named a 2017 Top Workplace by the Denver Post. We offer a comprehensive and competitive summer internship program for those interested in Multifamily Housing Operations. Our interns are Monarch Investment employees, which means: Access to our YARDI database allowing you to learn real-life, leading industry software. Possible access to multiple site operations giving you several perspectives. Possible affordable housing management exposure. You won't just be filling, archiving, making coffee or doing busy work. Through our mentorship and guidance, we expect our interns to pull their fair share of responsibilities, and we are not afraid to let them get involved in all aspects of operations. Monarch Investment: Will assist you in all logistics of your internship and ensure you get any school credits associated with the internship. Our Employee Relations department is dedicated to just this! Will compensate interns with: -$10.00-$12.00 Hourly depending on location and curriculum vitae. -Free Rent! For the duration of the internship, you'll receive a furnished apartment. -Access to Gracehill, an industry trusted property management online training program. Will give preferred applicant career opportunities after you graduate. Responsibilities Title: Property Management Intern FLSA Status: Full or Part Time / Temporary Employee / Non-Exempt / Hourly Purpose: The Property Management Intern will act as a Jr. Assistant Manager directly assisting the Property Manager in all property related activities. They will spend time during their internship in each and every role that the property has, including but not limited to Assistant Property Manager, Leasing Agent, Maintenance, Grounds and Housekeeping. In addition, they will have exposure to Marketing, Asset Management, Accounting and the Legal aspects of multifamily investment operations whenever possible. Internship experience checklist: This list is not all inclusive and is only intended as a guide for what an intern should experience throughout their internship with Monarch Investment. Interns will most likely just scratch the surface for many of these items, however, they will gain insight into operation concepts and the depth of understanding will be up to them. Human Resources: Company mission, goals and objectives Company organizational structure Staff introductions Tour of property and/ or corporate office Overview of property and use of equipment Office procedures Opening and closing procedures Key System Forms Review new hire paperwork Schedules, Pay periods E-mail login & policy Job descriptions for all positions Business ethics/ Confidentiality Policies and procedures Property Manager: Managing a team Electronic Reporting Posting rent Receiving payments Processing invoices Budgets Moving in/ out residents Lease Management Processing a security deposit reconciliation Resident Relations: Resident profile Resident retention program Resident services Resolving resident complaints/ concerns Resident newsletter Resident activities Leasing: The Monarch Playbook Fair housing and occupancy standards Telephone & E-mail inquires Touring the community Sales techniques Knowing the product/ Unit availability Property amenities and services Resident selection Applicant processing and verifications Lease Paperwork Lease renewals Follow-up/ Closing Marketing: Marketing materials Analyzing the effective market area Market rent survey Social media/ Websites Outreach Online image/ reputation management Understanding the competition Maintenance: Processing work orders Maintenance shop organization The make ready/ turn process Preventative maintenance Conducting inspections Working with contractors/ vendors Ordering supplies OSHA Safety Grounds: Curb appeal Turf, trees, shrubs, lowers Xeriscaping Irrigation / Water management Maintaining equipment Resident amenities Legal: Eviction process Lawsuits Fair Housing Documentation Personnel files/ HR Insurance Liability review Local, state and federal requirements If applicable, Affordable housing requirements, SEC8, HUD, Tax Credit
    Qualifications:We do everything possible in-house, including property acquisition, asset management, property management, maintenance, accounting, marketing, training, legal and we even have capital project crews such as parking lot seal coating, roof crews and major exterior painting crews! This means that you will see how a full-service investment group operates, and not have experience gaps with contracted management pieces. Knowledge, Skills and Experience Required: -Be enrolled in an educational institution -Be working towards a degree related to Property Management -Residential Property Management Program -Business Management o Entrepreneurial Degree of Marketing / Sales -Passion for real estate -Ability to adapt to new environments and multi-task -Have some computer skills and the ability to navigate software -Have good verbal and written communication -Be able to provide great customer service to our residents -Willing to complete online class training required by Monarch Physical Demand / Work Environment: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. -Working conditions are normal for a fast-paced property management -Mid to high level stress during peak performance -Individuals may need to sit, stand, walk, kneel, stoop, climb, reach, or lay down under sink as needed -Must be able to push or life weight of up to 40lbs - Proper lifting techniques required Material and Equipment (used but not limited to): -Computer, copier, printer, scanner, fax machine - MS Office Suite, PDF's, YARDI software -Cell phone and/ or two-way radio - Maintenance tools -Grounds/ Landscaping equipment - Cleaning supplies
    Job Category:Property Management
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Endangered Species Intern
    Job ID:56160
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:13.50 per hour
    Employment Start Date:May 2018
    Job Description:Positions offers free housing for the intern and a travel allowance for round trip travel. Working on the Kern National Wildlife Refuge Complex in California’s southern San Joaquin Valley, the Fellow will conduct a much needed survey for endangered species on two national wildlife refuges. The Fellow will have the opportunity to engage multiple stakeholders, gain experience with ArcGIS mapping software and develop valuable endangered species monitoring experience. Two National Wildlife Refuges which have previously supported large populations of the endangered Tipton kangaroo rat (Dipodoyms nitratoides nitratoides) at Pixley NWR and blunt-nosed leopard lizard (Gambelia sila) at Kern NWR have had no documented observations of these animals in many years. The objective of this project is to determine if two populations of these endangered species have been locally extirpated from refuge lands. This project will support the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) priorities of preserving, restoring, and enhancing habitat and natural ecosystems for all threatened and endangered species inhabiting the National Wildlife Refuge System. The Fellow will work with refuge staff and local species specialists to develop a monitoring plan which prioritizes previously documented locations of these endangered species, establish permanent or temporary survey transects or grids as necessary in target survey locations, coordinate with local universities, conservation groups, agencies, and consulting firms to recruit a team of volunteers to staff the monitoring effort, conduct an extensive search for the target endangered species with the goal of confirming presence or absence in locations with no recent detections with assistance from staff, and develop and deliver a written report of results to FWS staff which will be made available to the FWS Ecological Services office, the state California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, and biologists with local universities such as California State University Stanislaus’s Endangered Species Recovery Program.
    Qualifications:Education Level: Only rising seniors and seniors who have not yet completed their degree requirements pursuing a degree in biological sciences including conservation biology, wildlife biology, ecology, botany, or natural resource management; geographic and information sciences including GIS; or other closely related field. Working Conditions/Key Requirements: Ability to walk long distances over uneven terrain, carry up to 30 lbs. of equipment, and the ability to withstand harsh environmental conditions and possible hot summer temperatures.
    Job Category:Environmental Scientist, Federal Government, Natural Resources
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:CEQ 2018 Internship
    Job ID:56159
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:UNPAID
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:CEQ Internship Opportunity: The White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) is currently accepting applications for the 2018 year. CEQ oversees implementation of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and assists in the development of national environmental policies. CEQ interns are typically given a wide range of assignments including conducting research, managing incoming inquiries, attending meetings, and tracking Federal agency projects and actions involving environmental and infrastructure issues, as well as administrative duties as needed. Interns will work closely with staff from across CEQ.
    Qualifications:Requirements: CEQ seeks undergraduate and graduate students, as well as recent graduates who are highly motivated, willing to contribute where needed, and able to exercise professional judgment. In addition, applicants must be U.S. Citizens. There are no curricular requirements for selection; however, CEQ prefers applicants whose coursework or work experience demonstrates an interest in environment, energy, or natural resources issues. CEQ gives preference to applicants who are available to work full-time but also will consider applicants who are seeking a part-time position. Most interns work a typical semester-based schedule, but a position may be customized based on the applicant’s availability and project needs. CEQ will work with students who seek school credit for their uncompensated, volunteer service to CEQ. Note: The White House has a zero-tolerance policy for drug use. You will be required to take a drug test prior to beginning your internship. Failure to pass the drug test will result in your immediate disqualification.
    Job Category:Administration, Environmental Services, Federal Government, Other
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Accounting Intern
    Job ID:56135
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    Job Description:Under general supervision, performs accounting and financial activities on accounts and funds in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and Freeport-McMoRan policies and procedures. The position requires the prioritization of substantial workload, multiple projects and specific deadlines; ability to successfully complete delegated tasks with minimal supervision. -Assembling interrelated financial statements, reviewing and verifying the recording of expenditures, entries and postings to general ledgers, verifying books and bank statement reconciliation, monitoring and developing monthly reports of revenues and expenditures for projects and meeting mandatory scheduled deadlines -Assisting operations personnel and cost coordinators with financial analysis and reporting -Reviewing and interpreting financial reporting requirements, rules and regulations -Assisting in analyzing financial operations and recommending enhancements to policies or procedures -Assisting with reviews and recommendations of new or enhanced automated financial statements -Performing other duties as required
    Qualifications:-Full-time student currently enrolled at an accredited four-year university majoring in an appropriate Accounting/Finance discipline or closely related field; OR -Recent college graduate having graduated within 12 months prior to internship start date with a degree in Accounting/Finance or closely related field -Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications including Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint -Possesses strong data analysis and problem solving skills -Highly accurate and detail oriented -Possesses strong oral and written communication skills -Demonstrates initiative, organizational skills and ability to work well under pressure -Demonstrates ability to collaborate and work effectively in a team environment -Must be able to demonstrate our core values of honesty, fairness, respect, trust, and integrity
    Job Category:Accounting
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Land Rights Document and GIS Specialist Intern
    Job ID:56132
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:PAID
    Employment Start Date:End of May
    Job Description:Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association is a wholesale electric power supplier owned by the 43 electric cooperatives that it serves. Tri-State generates and transmits electricity to its member systems throughout a 200,000 square-mile service territory across Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico and Wyoming. Serving approximately 1.5 million consumers, Tri-State was founded in 1952 by its member systems to provide a reliable, cost-based supply of electricity. Headquartered in Westminster, Colo., nearly 1,200 people are employed by Tri-State throughout its four-state service area. Tri-State's power is generated through a combination of owned baseload and peaking power plants that use coal and natural gas as their primary fuels, supplemented by purchased power, federal hydroelectricity allocations and renewable resource technologies. Tri-State delivers power to its members through a transmission system that includes substation facilities, telecommunications sites and over 5000 miles of high voltage transmission lines. Brief Posting Description Tri-State is an electric utility. We have a Land Rights Document and GIS Specialist Summer Intern opportunity for 2018. Students who have successfully completed at least two (2) years of undergraduate study towards a Bachelor's degree in GIS, Records Management, or Real Estate from an accredited college or university are encouraged to apply. This summer intern position offers students hands on opportunity to work in and learn various aspects of Tri-State's Land Rights and Permitting department including assisting with linking land rights and permitting documents in Documentum (enterprise document management system) to the GIS viewer through the creation of polygons on the viewer, creating clean corresponding document files in Documentum and linking them together.
    Qualifications:Responsibilities: Provide assistance with reviewing documents, checking associated metadata and relevant information, creating a corresponding polygon in the GIS viewer and coordinating with Tri-State's GIS and Records Specialist to link the polygon and document. Project activities include: Tri-State has over 5,000 miles of transmission line rights-of-way and only a small fraction of them are shown in the GIS viewer. The intern would work on as many of them as time allows over the course of the summer. JOB REQUIREMENTS Education Coursework in Land Surveying, GIS or Real Estate Knowledge, Skills and Ability Computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite (required), Adobe Acrobat Professional and ArcGIS (desired). Comfortable reading real estate documents, with specific ability to interpret and illustrate legal descriptions. Effective oral and written communication skills are desired of applicants as well as organizational skills. INTERNSHIP DURATION, WORK HOURS AND WORK CONDITIONS The duration of the summer internship will be from about the end of May until the end of August. The work schedule includes Monday through Friday, eight hours per day, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., forty-hours per week. LOCATION Position is located at Tri-State Headquarters in Westminster, CO. Tri-State offers a competitive pay rate for this position. To apply please go to www.tristate.coop/careers then click on the Careers link and search for Land Rights Document and GIS Specialist Intern, IRC24286. Please attach your most recent college transcript. Preference will be given to students who attend accredited colleges and universities in Tri-State's service territory which includes Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska and New Mexico. Equal Opportunity Employer
    Job Category:GIS
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Wildlife Management Intern
    Job ID:56131
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:PAID
    Employment Start Date:End of May
    Job Description:Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association is a wholesale electric power supplier owned by the 43 electric cooperatives that it serves. Tri-State generates and transmits electricity to its member systems throughout a 200,000 square-mile service territory across Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico and Wyoming. Serving approximately 1.5 million consumers, Tri-State was founded in 1952 by its member systems to provide a reliable, cost-based supply of electricity. Headquartered in Westminster, Colo., nearly 1,200 people are employed by Tri-State throughout its four-state service area. Tri-State's power is generated through a combination of owned baseload and peaking power plants that use coal and natural gas as their primary fuels, supplemented by purchased power, federal hydroelectricity allocations and renewable resource technologies. Tri-State delivers power to its members through a transmission system that includes substation facilities, telecommunications sites and over 5000 miles of high voltage transmission lines. Brief Posting Description POSITION SUMMARY We have a Wildlife Management Summer Intern opportunity for 2018. Students who have successfully completed three (3) years of undergraduate study towards a Bachelor's degree in Rangeland or Wildlife Management from an accredited college or university are encouraged to apply. Will consider seniors if returning to master's program in the fall. This 2018 Summer Intern position offers students hands on opportunity to work in and learn various aspects of Tri-State's Colowyo Coal Mine ranch, hunting and farm property management functions and will assist with implementing and monitoring habitat improvements and analyze data collected to maximize benefit to all of Colowyo's ranch, hunting and farm property including the Morgan Creek Ranch, Colowyo's Ranching for Wildlife property.
    Qualifications:Responsibilities: Provide assistance with the following: Data analysis Browsing and forage studies Habitat mapping Weed mapping and control spraying Property improvements including fencing and fence inventory Project activities include: Weed mapping and control spraying for the term of one (1) month. Improvement, field verification, habitat mapping, range monitoring and fencing and fence inventory for the term of one (1) month. Large mammal studies and analysis for the term of one (1) month. JOB REQUIREMENTS Education Relevant Rangeland or Wildlife Management courses including: Wildlife Research and Techniques Mammalogy Habitat Inventory Prairie Restoration Wildlife Management Principles of Soils Science Intro to Wildlife Management General Zoology Animal Science Plant Science Knowledge, Skills and Ability Computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite, including Outlook, AutoCAD, Arc GIS, Adobe Acrobat. Effective oral and written communication skills are desired of applicants as well as organizational skills Ranch background helpful. INTERNSHIP DURATION, WORK HOURS AND WORK CONDITIONS The duration of the summer internship will be from about the end of May until the end of August. The work schedule includes Monday through Friday, eight hours per day, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., forty-hours per week. Work involves travel and working outdoors in various weather conditions. LOCATION Position is located near Meeker, CO at Tri-State's Colowyo Coal Mine. Tri-State offers a competitive pay rate for this position. To apply please go to www.tristate.coop/careers then click on the Careers link and search for Rangeland Management Intern, IRC24246. Please attach your most recent college transcript. Preference will be given to students who attend accredited colleges and universities in Tri-State's service territory which includes Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska and New Mexico. Equal Opportunity Employer
    Job Category:Farming, Fishing and Forestry
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Rangeland Management Intern
    Job ID:56130
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:PAID
    Employment Start Date:End of May
    Job Description: Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association is a wholesale electric power supplier owned by the 43 electric cooperatives that it serves. Tri-State generates and transmits electricity to its member systems throughout a 200,000 square-mile service territory across Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico and Wyoming. Serving approximately 1.5 million consumers, Tri-State was founded in 1952 by its member systems to provide a reliable, cost-based supply of electricity. Headquartered in Westminster, Colo., nearly 1,200 people are employed by Tri-State throughout its four-state service area. Tri-State's power is generated through a combination of owned baseload and peaking power plants that use coal and natural gas as their primary fuels, supplemented by purchased power, federal hydroelectricity allocations and renewable resource technologies. Tri-State delivers power to its members through a transmission system that includes substation facilities, telecommunications sites and over 5000 miles of high voltage transmission lines. Brief Posting Description POSITION SUMMARY We have a Rangeland Management Summer Intern opportunity for 2018. Students who have successfully completed three (3) years of undergraduate study towards a Bachelor's degree in Rangeland or Wildlife Management from an accredited college or university are encouraged to apply. Will consider seniors if returning to master's program in the fall. This 2018 Summer Intern position offers students hands on opportunity to work in and learn various aspects of Tri-State's Colowyo Coal Mine ranch, hunting and farm property management functions and will assist with implementing and monitoring habitat improvements and analyze data collected to maximize benefit to all of Colowyo's ranch, hunting and farm property including the Morgan Creek Ranch, Colowyo's Ranching for Wildlife property.
    Qualifications:Responsibilities: Provide assistance with the following: Data analysis Browsing and forage studies Habitat mapping Weed mapping and spraying Property improvements including fencing and fence inventory Project activities include: Weed mapping and control spraying for the term of one (1) month. Improvement, field verification, habitat mapping, range monitoring and fencing and fence inventory for the term of one (1) month. Large mammal studies and analysis for the term of one (1) month. JOB REQUIREMENTS Education Relevant Rangeland or Wildlife Management courses including: Wildlife Research and Techniques Mammalogy Habitat Inventory Prairie Restoration Wildlife Management Principles of Soils Science Intro to Wildlife Management General Zoology Animal Science Plant Science Knowledge, Skills and Ability Computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite, including Outlook, AutoCAD, Arc GIS, Adobe Acrobat. Effective oral and written communication skills are desired of applicants as well as organizational skills. Ranch background helpful. INTERNSHIP DURATION, WORK HOURS AND WORK CONDITIONS The duration of the summer internship will be from about the end of May until the end of August. The work schedule includes Monday through Friday, eight hours per day, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., forty-hours per week. Work involves travel and working outdoors in various weather conditions. LOCATION Position is located near Meeker, CO at Tri-State's Colowyo Coal Mine. Tri-State offers a competitive pay rate for this position. To apply please go to www.tristate.coop/careers then click on the Careers link and search for Rangeland Management Intern, IRCxxxxx. Please attach your most recent college transcript. Preference will be given to students who attend accredited colleges and universities in Tri-State's service territory which includes Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska and New Mexico. Equal Opportunity Employer
    Job Category:Farming, Fishing and Forestry
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Transmission Power System Planning Engineering Intern
    Job ID:56129
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:PAID
    Employment Start Date:End of May
    Job Description:Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association is a wholesale electric power supplier owned by the 43 electric cooperatives that it serves. Tri-State generates and transmits electricity to its member systems throughout a 200,000 square-mile service territory across Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico and Wyoming. Serving approximately 1.5 million consumers, Tri-State was founded in 1952 by its member systems to provide a reliable, cost-based supply of electricity. Headquartered in Westminster, Colo., nearly 1,200 people are employed by Tri-State throughout its four-state service area. Tri-State's power is generated through a combination of owned baseload and peaking power plants that use coal and natural gas as their primary fuels, supplemented by purchased power, federal hydroelectricity allocations and renewable resource technologies. Tri-State delivers power to its members through a transmission system that includes substation facilities, telecommunications sites and over 5000 miles of high voltage transmission lines. Brief Posting Description Tri-State's Transmission Organization has one Engineering Intern vacancy available for the 2018 summer in our Bulk System Planning area. Engineering students who have successfully completed three (3) years of undergraduate study towards a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering from an accredited engineering program are encouraged to apply. Seniors who are returning to school in the fall to obtain a Master's degree will also be considered.
    Qualifications:Responsibilities: This summer position offers an engineering student hands on opportunities to work in and learn various aspects of power utility transmission engineering and operations related to transmission bulk system planning. Work scope and expected outcomes: Assist in maintaining and updating Transmission system equipment ratings. Create one-line diagrams in power flow modeling software. Assist in the creation of contingency files for Transmission System Planning studies. Expected Outcomes: Gain a basic understanding of impedance diagrams, the per-unit system, and modeling of power system equipment such as transmission lines and transformers. Gain a basic understanding of power system equipment ratings (transformers, circuit breakers, and other substation equipment). JOB REQUIREMENTS Education Coursework in Electrical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering. Knowledge, Skills and Abilty Effective oral and written communication skills are desired of the applicants as well as organizational skills. Experience with the Microsoft Office suite is required. INTERNSHIP DURATION, WORK HOURS AND WORKING CONDITIONS The duration of this summer position will be from about the end of May until the end of August. The work schedule includes Monday through Friday, eight hours per day, forty hours per week. LOCATION Position is based at Tri-State's Headquarters at 1100 W. 116th Avenue, Westminster, CO 80234. Tri-State offers a competitive pay rate for these positions. Preference will be given to students who attend accredited colleges and universities in Tri-State's service territory which includes Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska and New Mexico.
    Job Category:Engineering
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Tax Accounting Intern
    Job ID:56128
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:PAID
    Employment Start Date:End of May
    Job Description:Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association is a wholesale electric power supplier owned by the 43 electric cooperatives that it serves. Tri-State generates and transmits electricity to its member systems throughout a 200,000 square-mile service territory across Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico and Wyoming. Serving approximately 1.5 million consumers, Tri-State was founded in 1952 by its member systems to provide a reliable, cost-based supply of electricity. Headquartered in Westminster, Colo., nearly 1,500 people are employed by Tri-State throughout its four-state service area. Tri-State's power is generated through a combination of owned baseload and peaking power plants that use coal and natural gas as their primary fuels, supplemented by purchased power, federal hydroelectricity allocations and renewable resource technologies. Tri-State delivers power to its members through a transmission system that includes substation facilities, telecommunications sites and over 5000 miles of high voltage transmission lines. Brief Posting Description Tri-State is an electric utility. We have a Tax Accounting Summer Intern opportunity for 2018. Students who have successfully completed two (2) to three (3) years of undergraduate study towards a Bachelor's degree in Accounting from an accredited college or university are encouraged to apply. This summer position offers students hands on opportunity to work in and learn various aspects of corporate tax accounting functions.
    Qualifications:Projects may include the following: Under manager supervision, the intern will be responsible for the preparation of income tax workpapers and related income tax returns as well as the completion of the tax basis projects which may include the following: Prepare the income tax workpapers and related tax returns for: (1) Our smaller subsidiaries - Axial Basin, Colowyo Coal, Elk Ridge Mining, Thermo Cogeneration Partnership and (2) For our affiliated organizations - Rural Economic Action Alliance, Western States Power Corporation and Springerville Unit 3 Partnership. Segregate the cost of the Nucla Station in the mass asset records and calculate a net book value. Update the Plains Electric tax basis records. This is not critical, but it does need to be done. Prepare the state income tax workpapers for 2017. Job Requirements: Education: Completion of sophomore or junior year of bachelor's degree program in Accounting from an accredited college or university. Course in corporate income tax preferred. (Please attach most recent copy of college transcript.) Knowledge, Skills and Ability: Computer experience/knowledge with accounting and tax software and applications. Attention to detail and organizational skills. Effective oral and written communication skills. Strong desire to work in corporate tax. Experience: Experience using Excel is preferred. Duration and Work Schedule: The duration of the summer internship will be from about the end of May until the end of August. The work schedule includes Monday through Friday, eight hours per day, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. or 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., forty hours per week. Tri-State offers a competitive pay rate for this position. The position is based at Tri-State's Headquarters at 1100 W. 116th Avenue, Westminster, CO 80234.
    Job Category:Accounting
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Transmission Program/Project Management Intern
    Job ID:56127
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:PAID
    Employment Start Date:End of May
    Job Description:Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association is a wholesale electric power supplier owned by the 43 electric cooperatives that it serves. Tri-State generates and transmits electricity to its member systems throughout a 200,000 square-mile service territory across Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico and Wyoming. Serving approximately 1.5 million consumers, Tri-State was founded in 1952 by its member systems to provide a reliable, cost-based supply of electricity. Headquartered in Westminster, Colo., nearly 1,500 people are employed by Tri-State throughout its four-state service area. Tri-State's power is generated through a combination of owned baseload and peaking power plants that use coal and natural gas as their primary fuels, supplemented by purchased power, federal hydroelectricity allocations and renewable resource technologies. Tri-State delivers power to its members through a transmission system that includes substation facilities, telecommunications sites and over 5000 miles of high voltage transmission lines. Brief Posting Description Tri-State is an electric utility. We have a Transmission Program/Project Management Summer Intern opportunity for 2018. Students who have successfully completed two (2) to three (3) years of undergraduate study towards a Bachelor's degree in Construction Management, Project Management, Business Administration, Information Technology or Engineering from an accredited engineering college or university are encouraged to apply. This summer intern position offers students a hands on opportunity to work in and learn about transmission program and project management functions.
    Qualifications:Responsibilities include working with the Transmission Project Managers to assist with creating and analyzing entry level reports, validation of reports, website development, documenting process in Vizio, posting on the Transmission Hub, within the PMO and Asset Management. Additional responsibilities may include assigned projects under the direction of the Transmission Program Manager. Tri-State offers a competitive pay rate for this position. Assigned projects may include: Reporting-execution reports can take up to 1 week to pull data, validate, and graph. This person may bring alternative reporting abilities we can explore. Website: strategically update the Engineering & Construction Team page, the Asset Management page to share information and streamline the appearance and use. This may include posting documentation, adding apps, modifying architecture, populating new pages, etc. Vizio: creating diagrams to visually reflect documented processes within Engineering & Construction, assembling meetings to consider and gain concurrence from stakeholders. Transmission Hub: a portal to share activities within the Transmission org, including projects that are coming up, current project information, Lessons Learned, and other items of interest. Required Qualifications: Education: College students who have successfully completed two (2) to three (3) years of undergraduate study towards a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management, Project Management, Business Administration, Information Technology or Engineering from an accredited program are encouraged to apply. (Please attach most recent copy of college transcript.) Knowledge, Skills, and Ability: The following are desired of candidates for this position: interest in hands on type of work in a field environment (i.e., power plant); willingness to work in a rural community setting; strong interpersonal skills; ability to work well with a variety of people; strong verbal and written communications skills; strong organizational skills; strong work ethic; and willingness to learn. Additionally, candidates must have effective computer usage skills including MS Office, Sharepoint, web page building, strong Excel user (pivot tables, graphs, modeling mathematical functions), MS Outlook, P6 or other scheduling software, PMI Project Management skillset and strong analytical skillset. Duration and Work Schedule The duration of this summer intern position will be from about the end of May 2018 until the end of August 2018. Position is based at Tri-State's Headquarters in Westminster, CO. Tri-State offers a competitive pay rate for this Intern position. Preferences Preference will be given to students who attend accredited colleges and universities in Tri-State's service territory which includes Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska and New Mexico.
    Job Category:Engineering
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Power Plant Maintenance Engineering Intern
    Job ID:56126
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:PAID
    Employment Start Date:End of May
    Job Description:Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association is a wholesale electric power supplier owned by the 43 electric cooperatives that it serves. Tri-State generates and transmits electricity to its member systems throughout a 200,000 square-mile service territory across Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico and Wyoming. Serving approximately 1.5 million consumers, Tri-State was founded in 1952 by its member systems to provide a reliable, cost-based supply of electricity. Headquartered in Westminster, Colo., nearly 1,500 people are employed by Tri-State throughout its four-state service area. Tri-State's power is generated through a combination of owned baseload and peaking power plants that use coal and natural gas as their primary fuels, supplemented by purchased power, federal hydroelectricity allocations and renewable resource technologies. Tri-State delivers power to its members through a transmission system that includes substation facilities, telecommunications sites and over 5000 miles of high voltage transmission lines. Brief Posting Description Tri-State is an electric utility. We have a Power Plant Maintenance Engineering Summer Intern opportunity for 2018. Students who have successfully completed two (2) to three (3) years of undergraduate study towards a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from an accredited engineering college or university are encouraged to apply. This summer intern position offers engineering students hands on opportunities to work in and learn various aspects of electric utility coal fired power plant maintenance engineering functions. Responsibilities include executing and completing significant assigned projects and day to day plant maintenance activities under the oversight and direction of the staff Maintenance Engineer and Maintenance Department. Projects may include the following: Designing and executing a new header for their H2 makeup to the generator Designing and installing an engineered walk way to the evaporation pond Designing and fabricating a cart to carry 10T fans.
    Qualifications:Required Qualifications Education: Engineering students who have successfully completed two (2) to three (3) years of undergraduate study towards a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from an accredited engineering program are encouraged to apply. (Please attach most recent copy of college transcript.) Knowledge, Skills, and Ability: Strong interpersonal skills; ability to work well with a variety of people; strong verbal and written communications skills; strong organizational skills; strong work ethic; and willingness to learn. Additionally, candidates must have effective computer usage skills including Microsoft Excel, Word, and Outlook. Skills using AutoCAD are desired. Desired Qualifications: Interest in performing hands-on type of work in a power plant work environment - work will include desk work but will also involve working in the plant on equipment and "getting hands a little bit dirty." Willingness to work in a rural community setting. Duration and Work Schedule: The duration of this summer intern position will be from about the end of May until the end of August. The work schedule includes Monday through Thursday, ten hours per day (4x10), forty hours per week. Tri-State offers a competitive pay rate for this position. Location: Position is based at Tri-State's Craig Station, Craig, CO, which is located in the northwest part of the state about 45 minutes west of Steamboat Springs, CO. To apply: For more information about Tri-State and to apply please go to www.tristate.coop/careers then click on the Careers link and search for Power Plant Maintenance Engineer. Please attach your most recent college transcript. Preferences Preference will be given to students who attend accredited colleges and universities in Tri-State's service territory which includes Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska and New Mexico. Equal Opportunity Employer
    Job Category:Engineering
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Electrical Engineering Intern (Transmission Maintenance)
    Job ID:56125
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:PAID
    Employment Start Date:End of May
    Job Description:Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association is a wholesale electric power supplier owned by the 43 electric cooperatives that it serves. Tri-State generates and transmits electricity to its member systems throughout a 200,000 square-mile service territory across Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico and Wyoming. Serving approximately 1.5 million consumers, Tri-State was founded in 1952 by its member systems to provide a reliable, cost-based supply of electricity. Headquartered in Westminster, CO, nearly 1,500 people are employed by Tri-State throughout its four-state service area. Tri-State's power is generated through a combination of owned baseload and peaking power plants that use coal and natural gas as their primary fuels, supplemented by purchased power, federal hydroelectricity allocations and renewable resource technologies. Tri-State delivers power to its members through a transmission system that includes substation facilities, telecommunications sites and over 5000 miles of high voltage transmission lines. Brief Posting Description Tri-State is an electric utility. The Transmission organization has an Engineering Summer Intern vacancy available for 2018 in our Transmission Maintenance Technical Support group. This position offers engineering students hands on opportunities to work in and learn various aspects of power utility transmission engineering and operations. Engineering students who have successfully completed two (2) to three (3) years of undergraduate study towards a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited engineering program are encouraged to apply. Projects may include: Assisting Engineering and Maintenance staff with validating, collecting and cleaning up inventory data within our GIS-Transmission Line, Substation, and Relay Database Systems and Working with staff to improve maintenance standards and NERC Compliance Documentation processes and procedures. Expected Outcomes: Gain knowledge and experience with Tri-State Transmission Line and Substation maintenance programs, database systems, standards and compliance. The position is based at the Tri-State Northern Colorado Maintenance Center in Frederick, CO. Tri-State offers a competitive pay rate for this position.
    Qualifications:Required Qualifications: Education: Engineering students who have successfully completed two (2) to three (3) years of undergraduate study towards a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited engineering program are encouraged to apply. Please attach a current college transcript when applying. Knowledge, Skills and Ability: Strong interpersonal skills; ability to work well with a variety of people; strong verbal and written communications skills; strong organizational skills; strong work ethic and willingness to learn. Additionally, candidates must have good computer software skills, including Microsoft Suite. Duration and Work Schedule: This summer position will be from about the end of May until the end of August (flexible depending on the student's start/end of semester). It is a M-F schedule, 40 hours/week. Location: This internship will be based at our Northern CO Maintenance Center (NCMC), 3761 Eureka Way, Frederick, CO.
    Job Category:Engineering
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Electrical Engineering Intern (Transmission System Operations)
    Job ID:56124
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:PAID
    Employment Start Date:End of May
    Job Description:Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association is a wholesale electric power supplier owned by the 43 electric cooperatives that it serves. Tri-State generates and transmits electricity to its member systems throughout a 200,000 square-mile service territory across Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico and Wyoming. Serving approximately 1.5 million consumers, Tri-State was founded in 1952 by its member systems to provide a reliable, cost-based supply of electricity. Headquartered in Westminster, CO, about 1,500 people are employed by Tri-State throughout its four-state service area. Tri-State's power is generated through a combination of owned baseload and peaking power plants that use coal and natural gas as their primary fuels, supplemented by purchased power, federal hydroelectricity allocations and renewable resource technologies. Tri-State delivers power to its members through a transmission system that includes substation facilities, telecommunications sites and over 5000 miles of high voltage transmission lines. Brief Posting Description Tri-State is an electric utility. The Transmission organization has an Engineering Summer Intern vacancy available for 2018 in our Transmission System Operations group, whose focus is operational real-time load forecasting and real-time studies. Engineering students who have successfully completed one (1) to three (3) years of undergraduate study towards a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited engineering program are encouraged to apply. Projects may include: Gathering and inputting data to assist the group in performing power flows and contingency analysis to identify transmission constraints during planned and forced system outages. Interface with the Energy Management System (EMS) functional area, working with data on the state estimator, real-time model and load flow and training simulator. Gathering and inputting historical records regarding transformer and line loadings, so that the intern can assist engineering staff on targeting equipment that may need to be replaced. Expected Outcomes: Gain knowledge of the day-to-day requirements to successfully run a power system in a safe and reliable manner, and be able to perform studies to aid in that goal. The position is based at the Tri-State Headquarters office in Westminster, CO. Tri-State offers a competitive pay rate for this position.
    Qualifications:Required Qualifications: Education: Engineering students who have successfully completed one (1) to three (3) years of undergraduate study towards a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited engineering program are encouraged to apply. Please attach a current college transcript when applying. Knowledge, Skills and Ability: Strong interpersonal skills; ability to work well with a variety of people; strong verbal and written communications skills; strong organizational skills; strong work ethic and willingness to learn. Additionally, candidates must have good computer software skills, including Microsoft Suite. Duration and Work Schedule: This summer position will be from about the end of May until the end of August (flexible depending on the student's start/end of semester). It is a M-F schedule, 40 hours/week. Location: This internship will be based at our Tri-State Headquarters office, Westminster, CO.
    Job Category:Engineering
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Hospitality and Culinary Employment and Internship Position
    Job ID:56123
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:Dependent upon experience.
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Yellowstone National Park Lodges is the largest concessionaire in Yellowstone. We operate 31 restaurants ranging from fast food to fine dining, and 9 lodges with over 2,100 rooms, 5 campgrounds and 18 dining facilities. We are seeking candidates who have a desire to live in a remote location, offer "Legendary Hospitality" to guests all over the world and become part of our sustainability efforts to ensure that we are leaving. More than 100 various hospitality and culinary positions provide students the opportunity to focus internships, externships, or a career on a specific area of interest. Our employees enjoy living in the park and have many opportunities for outdoor activities in Yellowstone and surrounding areas. We prefer at least a three-month commitment, but we will work with each candidate to find the best fit for his or her experience level in the park. We hire over 3,500 employees for our summer season, which lasts from mid-May to October. Our parent company, Xanterra Parks & Resorts also operates smaller operations in several other national and state parks. Job benefits include: Affordable on-site housing and meal plan Free uniforms Free educational and interpretative programs Employee recreation programs Number of Positions Available: 300 Kitchen Crew Positions 150 Cook Positions 30 Chef Positions 17 Dining Room Management 17 Assistant Dining Room Management 8 Employee Dining Room Management 7 Cafeteria Management 7 Fast Food Management For a complete list of positions and job descriptions, please visit our website at www.yellowstonejobs.com Room and Board are provided for a reasonable fee. Full-time summer seasonal, full-time winter seasonal, possible year-round employment.
    Qualifications:Qualifications vary with position. Some previous experience is preferred for management positions.
    Job Category:Engineering
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Electrical Engineering Intern (System Metering)
    Job ID:56122
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:Competitive
    Employment Start Date:Late May
    Job Description:Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association is a wholesale electric power supplier owned by the 43 electric cooperatives that it serves. Tri-State generates and transmits electricity to its member systems throughout a 200,000 square-mile service territory across Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico and Wyoming. Serving approximately 1.5 million consumers, Tri-State was founded in 1952 by its member systems to provide a reliable, cost-based supply of electricity. Headquartered in Westminster, CO, about 1,500 people are employed by Tri-State throughout its four-state service area. Tri-State's power is generated through a combination of owned baseload and peaking power plants that use coal and natural gas as their primary fuels, supplemented by purchased power, federal hydroelectricity allocations and renewable resource technologies. Tri-State delivers power to its members through a transmission system that includes substation facilities, telecommunications sites and over 5000 miles of high voltage transmission lines. Tri-State is an electric utility. The Transmission organization has an Engineering Summer Intern vacancy available for 2018 in our Transmission System Metering group, working with engineers and specialists on implementing and documenting metering and SCADA system projects. Engineering students who have successfully completed two (2) to three (3) years of undergraduate study towards a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical/Electronics Engineering from an accredited engineering program are encouraged to apply. Projects may include: SPP RTO metering readiness implementation Metering systems documentation Metering/SCADA/telecommunications systems implementation on Distributed Energy Resources (DER) projects Expected Outcomes: Gain knowledge of the day-to-day requirements to successfully manage the system metering function in an electric utility organization. The position is based at the Northern Colorado Maintenance Center (NCMC), Frederick, CO. Tri-State offers a competitive pay rate for this position.
    Qualifications:Required Qualifications: Education: Engineering students who have successfully completed two (2) to three (3) years of undergraduate study towards a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical/Electronics Engineering from an accredited engineering program are encouraged to apply. Please attach a current college transcript when applying. Knowledge, Skills and Ability: Strong interpersonal skills; ability to work well with a variety of people; strong verbal and written communications skills; strong organizational skills; strong work ethic and willingness to learn. Additionally, candidates must have good computer software skills, including Microsoft Suite. Desired Qualifications: Experience with ESRI GIS Metering Viewer, Sharepoint, and Meridian software Coursework in power systems, control systems, and/or telecommunications systems AutoCAD knowledge/experience Duration and Work Schedule: This summer position will be from about the end of May until the end of August (flexible depending on the student's start/end of semester). It is a M-F schedule, 40 hours/week. Location: This internship will be based at our Northern Colorado Maintenance Center (NCMC), Frederick, CO.
    Job Category:Engineering
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Summer Internship
    Job ID:56091
    No of Openings:8
    Wage/Salary:
    Employment Start Date:May 2018
    Job Description:The URENCO USA Internship Program is designed to challenge and reward students on a number of different aspects. We encourage our interns to provide ideas and input that will have a direct and lasting impact on our company. At URENCO USA, we want our interns to challenge us! Interns will apply academic theory, develop processes based on specific discipline, conduct research and perform analysis on assigned projects for departments supporting Operations, Compliance, Finance, Engineering, Human Resources, and Maintenance. Interns will develop recommended solutions for assigned work and present findings to the team, manager, or clients. If you have the opportunity to be a URENCO USA Intern you will have a hands-on learning experience designed to complement your college / university curriculum. You will work in a stimulating and collaborative environment where you will gain practical experience and exposure to diverse perspectives. Interns will have an opportunity to work side by side with URENCO USA employees and managers on special projects and have "real" impact on the company and their own learning experiences. Additionally, Interns will benefit from group activities designed to encourage teamwork and community service. Must be able to work at least 40 hours per week for the duration of the program Program Summary: -Plant located in Eunice, NM -Supplementary group learning sessions -One on one mentoring -Opportunities for presentations and high level networking
    Qualifications:-Must be enrolled as a full-time student at an accredited college or university -Able to work ALL 11 (May through August) weeks of the internship program -Must have completed at least two years in a college / or university setting prior to the start of the internship program (for example, you must be starting either your Junior or Senior year) -Well-rounded individuals who have participated in a variety of extra-curricular activities -Strong interpersonal skills and high energy -Ability to start on the designated start date -Must be organized, positive and have a professional demeanor -Must be detail oriented and possess good time management skills -Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills -Proficient in MS Office tools; databases – SAP -Must be able to successful pass a security clearance, background verification and drug free screening process
    Job Category:Communication, Engineering - Electrical and Electronics, Engineering - Mechanical, Environmental Scientist, Finance, Logistics/Operations
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Claims Education and Training Intern
    Job ID:56089
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:15.00/Hr.
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:When people think of "Claims" you automatically think of processing insurance claims, but there is so much more to The Claims Division. In the Claims Training Department, we design and deliver training to new and existing Associates, assist with the set-up of New Programs and Special Accounts and even assist with Litigation Support. The Claims Division works with all divisional partners within the enterprise providing excellent exposure to the many facets of the enterprise and tremendous opportunity to explore potential career options, enhance professional development and network with other professionals. Interns will make meaningful contributions to the team by working with the Training Team to learn to develop new trainings, breath new life into existing trainings and create various training materials. Interns will have the opportunity to assist with the set-up of new programs and special accounts. Working with our Litigation consultant, Interns will provide litigation support in the form of researching firms, extract data to determine counsel needs, and procuring documents to retain counsel. Interns will also be provided with educational sessions that will provide them with universal transferrable skills, exposure to all aspects of E&S/Specialty Insurance, attending roundtable discussions, participating in community service/team-building events, and networking.
    Qualifications:Experience with Microsoft Office (Word/Excel/ Outlook) Analytical Skills Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal skills Interest in design and process development
    Job Category:Finance
    Position Type:Internship
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  • Job Title:Planning Student Internship
    Job ID:56087
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:NA
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:You have spent all year in the classroom, now it's time to put it to practical application with Bohannan Huston. Be a part of BHI's long and successful history of providing sustainable solutions for our clients. We provide planning and engineering expertise for municipal projects around New Mexico and Colorado. Internships in our Planning Group are available in Albuquerque. Successful candidates will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of planning initiatives including transportation planning, land-use planning, and public outreach efforts. Position may extend beyond part-time work during the school year, to additional hours in the summer. 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 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!
    Qualifications:WHO YOU ARE Candidates must have excellent organizational, communication and writing skills, be earning a degree in planning, and have a GPA of 3.0 or greater. Please include a cover letter indicating your interest. 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:Technician
    Position Type:Internship, Part Time
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Actuarial Intern
    Job ID:56062
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:20.50
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The Private Client Actuarial Pricing team works with all areas of Nationwide's Private Client business. We support Underwriting by providing profitability analyses, rate recommendations, impact calculations and rate filing support. We work closely with our business partners, so strong social and communication skills are vital to our success. Interns will make meaningful contributions to the team by working on actual pricing tasks including rate reviews, impact calculations, and meetings with business partners. Interns will also be provided with educational sessions, exposure to all aspects of Private Client actuarial work, and networking and team-building opportunities.
    Qualifications:Required at least 1 actuarial exam passed Prefer some actuarial coursework Excellent written and verbal communication skills required
    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
    Position Type:Internship
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  • Job Title:Brad Rowse Internship Program
    Job ID:56059
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:STIPEND - $1,000/Month
    Employment Start Date:05/15/2018
    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:Operations Intern - Summer 2017
    Job ID:56055
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:DOE
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The Smithfield internship program offers students a paid opportunity to work in an environment that fosters real-life experiences, explores career options and applies your education. You will become a part of key management meetings and participate in meaningful projects. Our goal is to provide a working environment that not only encourages creativity, but offers equality, diversity, mutual respect and productivity. Our summer internships are typically 10 weeks.
    Qualifications:You will have exposure and the opportunity to broaden your skills through impactful work, mentored relationships, and will gain real world exposure to different disciplines on Smithfield operations team. • Industrial Engineering major preferred • Must have completed your sophomore year in college • Must have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal • Must have working experience with Microsoft applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) • Must have the willingness to learn and work in a team environment • Must be a proactive thinker and self-motivated Apply Here: http://www.Click2apply.net/533twp94w8zdxwqq PI101057674
    Job Category:Agribusiness
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Summer Internship
    Job ID:56054
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary: PAID
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Tri-State is an electric utility. We have summer internships available for the Sumner of 2018 including: -System Operations: Electrical Engineering -System Metering: Electrical or Electronic Engineering -Transmission Maintenance Technical Support: Electrical Engineering -Transmission Program/Project Management: Construction Management/Project Management or Engineering -Tax Accounting: Accounting -Power Plant Maintenance Engineer: Mechanical Engineering -Land Right/Land Rights Document and GIS Specialist: Land Surveying, GIS or Real Estate -Rangeland Management: Range and Forest Management, Rangeland Ecology -Wildlife Management: Wildlife Management, Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology -Bulk System Planing: Electrical or Mechanical Engineering. These summer positions offer students hands on opportunities to work in and learn various aspects of power utility functions. Tri-State offers a competitive pay rate for these positions. For information about internship work scope, education requirements, and location and to apply, which is done online please go to www.tristate.coop/careers
    Qualifications:Unless otherwise specified, students who have successfully completed two or three years of undergraduate study towards a Bachelor's degree in the appropriate academic discipline from an accredited college or university are encouraged to apply.Good Oral and written communication skills are desired of applicants as well as organizational skills. Experience with Microsoft Office suite is required. The duration of the summer internships will be from about the end of May until the end of August. Unless otherwise specified, the typical work schedule includes Monday through Friday, eight hours per day, 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., forty hours per week.
    Job Category:Accounting, Engineering, Management
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Animal Care & Training Internship
    Job ID:56052
    No of Openings:20
    Wage/Salary:UNPAID
    Employment Start Date:5/7/2018
    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:INTERN - Marketing & Communications Internship
    Job ID:56048
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:10.00 - 12.50
    Employment Start Date:mid May
    Job Description:ABOUT WFEC WFEC is a generation and transmission (G&T) cooperative that provides essential electric service to 21 member cooperatives, Altus Air Force Base, and other power users. These members are located primarily in Oklahoma and New Mexico, with some service territories extending into portions of Texas and Kansas. Now in its 75th year of operation, WFEC has six generating facilities, located at Mooreland, Anadarko and Hugo, OK, and Lovington, NM, with a total power capacity of more than 1,850 MW, including hydropower allocation and other contract power purchases. WFEC owns and maintains more than 3,700 miles of transmission line to some 280 substations and 59 switch stations. For more information, visit www.wfec.com. Applications will be accepted through March 6, 2018 Apply on-line at www.wfec.com Western Farmers Electric Cooperative (WFEC) has a Marketing Internship opportunity in our Marketing & Communications department in Anadarko, Oklahoma. To be eligible for the Internship you must be a full-time student at a college or university with a declared Marketing or Communications major. The internship will take place during the summer months (mid-May to mid-August). The hourly rate offered for this internship will be based off of student classification. This position provides an excellent opportunity to gain exposure and knowledge in the marketing and communication field. WFEC, is an electrical Generation and Transmission company headquartered in Anadarko, Oklahoma. Member-owners consist of 21 distribution cooperatives, which, in turn, serve the total electric needs to three-fourths of the state of Oklahoma and parts of New Mexico. Our internship is designed to assist in our Marketing & Communications Department. Internship Outline of Duties, Responsibilities, and Opportunities Marketing Duties •Assist Marketing Coordinator with Oklahoma Emerging Technology Conference. Duties to include: ◾Soliciting and tracking sponsorships for conference ◾Assisting with organizing event details ◾Organizing and assembling attendee packets, golf tournament prizes, etc. ◾Other duties related to conference planning as assigned •Field duties with each Marketing Representative to include: •Manager, Marketing & Communications ◾Education with WFEC staff and distribution cooperatives to learn about Marketing programs relating to Electric Vehicles, solar and wind generation ◾Put together marketing project relating to intern's field of study •C&I Marketing Managers ◾Visit WFEC distribution cooperatives to learn about the marketing programs at those cooperatives ◾Assist with projects related to WFEC's energy efficiency programs and website ◾Assist in promotion and research of the electric vehicle program, solar and wind program •Provide assistance with various projects for distribution cooperatives as required Communications/PR Duties •Assist with updating WFEC Marketing/Key Accounts website •Assist with identifying and researching Key Account PR and newsletter story opportunities •Update and organize information and communications for Key Account Toolkit •Work with scheduling and organizing WFEC Electric Vehicle booth at Cooperative's Annual Meetings •Assist in updating WFEC Board App General Office Duties •Assist with wide range of assigned clerical tasks ◦Filing, organizing, assembling packets and distributing information to cooperatives and partners, making copies, shredding, assembling materials for presentation and mailings, data entry, general clerical tasks •Assist with organizing office suite and storage area •Conduct annual inventory of logo room items and keep inventory stocked •Assist employees and Board members in logo room Skills & Proficiencies •Excellent written and oral communications skills •Proficiency in MS Office Suite including Word, Excel and PowerPoint preferred •Ability to research, organize and report using traditional resources as well as the internet •Analytical skills •Must be organized, efficient and able to multitask •Proficiency in using Email & conducting Internet research •Self-directed project management skills are a plus •Excellent people and customer service skills. This position involves a great deal of personal interaction with customers and members. •Sales and fundraising experience preferred •Experience in Photoshop, Adobe PageMaker or InDesign, and Macromedia Dreamweaver preferred CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: Requires a current driver's license. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: The physical requirements described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand and walk. The employee must regularly lift and or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision. WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet. If you would like to apply for this position, please visit our website at www.wfec.com and click on Employment or contact Susie White at 405-247-4383. MUST MEET ALL PHYSICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS WFEC IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER AND EMPLOYER MINORITIES, FEMALES, DISABILITY, AND VETS ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY EOE/AA/M/F/DISABILITY/VETS
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    Job Category:Communication, Marketing - General, Marketing Consulting, Marketing-Brand/Product: Consumer Goods, Marketing-Brand/Product: Financial Services, Marketing-Brand/Product: High Tech, Marketing-Brand/Product: Industrial Goods
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:EE Intern
    Job ID:56047
    No of Openings:2
    Wage/Salary:$12/hr
    Employment Start Date:Feb. 2018
    Job Description:Develop sun tracking controller. Our solar panels have four mirrors that track the sun. We are using the Arduino computer as a way to investigate controller options. To see what you are getting into, see videos https://vimeo.com/100742438 and https://vimeo.com/100742440. The Las Cruces facility is our development lab and we are building a small version of the 100 kW Microgrid system (http://www.focused-sun.com/fs/node/187).
    Qualifications:NMSU electrical engineering student with hands-on Arduino experience; a plus is Eagle experience. Coding and circuit development of sun tracking controller. Work with installation teams in testing the controller; WiFi or BlueTooth experience is a plus. Have a global view; Enthusiasm for the work you do; Good team player who is self motivated; Sign confidentiality agreement.
    Job Category:Engineering - Electrical and Electronics
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Summer Intern
    Job ID:56040
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:$20 an hour
    Employment Start Date:5/23/2018
    Job Description:The primary intent of the Ben E. Keith Foods Internship Program is to identify highly motivated "pre-professionals" who want to work and learn more about the foodservice distribution industry as a potential career option. We believe that internships are a way to both recruit and evaluate potential employees who can provide a source of fresh ideas and new perspectives for our Company and establish themselves as strong candidates for future employment. The intern experience will primarily be a learning experience for selected undergraduate students to expose participants to all levels of the food distribution industry in general and, more specifically, to Ben E. Keith Company Division-level functional areas. Interns will spend time, on a rotational basis, in several of the core business areas including operations, transportation, purchasing, and sales. The idea is for the intern to leave the program with a strong understanding of our company and business model and, with mutual interest, be open to considering Ben E. Keith Foods as their employer of choice upon graduation.
    Qualifications:The intern program will cover approximately ten (10) weeks beginning on or about May 23, 2018, and ending August 9, 2018. Each intern, at sophomore or junior status, should preferably be pursuing a degree in either Business Administration/Management, Finance, Supply Chain, Marketing, Technology, Nutrition or Dietary Services.
    Job Category:Accounting, Agribusiness, Agriculture, Animal/Dairy/Poultry Science, Brand/Product Marketing, Business Development, Business Operations, HR and Financial Services, Communication, Customer Service, Dietetics/Nutrition, Distribution/Shipping, Food & Beverage, Food Service, Food Service, Travel and Personal and Consumer Service, Hospitality, Hotel/Motel Management, Logistics/Operations, Marketing - General, Purchasing/Procurement, Sales and Marketing, Supply Chain Consulting, Transportation and Warehousing
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Immigration and Border Community Research Internship
    Job ID:56032
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:
    Employment Start Date:May 21, 2018
    Job Description:The immigration and Border Community Research Experience for Undergraduates is a unique opportunity to learn social science research methods while collaborating with local organizations to conduct in-depth research about the unique challenges faced by border communities in the Paso del Norte region of southern New Mexico, El Paso, and Ciudad Juarez. This is a collaborative program between researchers at New Mexico State University (NMSU) and the University of Texas-El Paso (UTEP), fully funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) Full costs of accommodation will be covered by the NSF grant, including meals, for the full 10-week period. This project is an excellent opportunity for students interested in pursuing a graduate degree or a variety of career paths. By collaborating closely with organizations already involved in advocacy for civil and human rights, such as American Civil Liberties Union and Border Network for Human Rights, your work will have a greater impact. Sample topics include: -The impacts of repealing Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) -Alleged abuse and mistreatment of migrants and community members by law enforcement -Asylum seekers in the borderlands: access to due process and basic human rights -"Know Your Rights" campaigns -The history of community organizing and leadership development in the borderlands. Successful applicants will spend 10-weeks in the El Paso/Las Cruces/Ciudad Juarez region during the summer (May 21-July 28, 2018.) Positions are fully funded by the NSF. Students will receive $5000 and meal expenses. In addition, students traveling from the outside region will receive accommodation and $500 towards their travel expenses. We will also have several excursions, including a one-week intensive field-trip through the Arizona/Sonora borderlands.
    Qualifications:At least sophomore standing in a social science discipline (Sociology, Anthropology, Political Science, Geography.) or related field, GPA of at least 3.0, statement of interest indicating preparation and motivation for participating in this project, two reference letters, one of which must be from a students professor. Spanish language skills are preferred but not required. Students must still be undergraduates at the time that the program is being held. Due to federal regulations students must be U.S. Citizens, U.S. nationals or Permanent Residence. International travel is required. Students must have valid passports.
    Job Category:Social Scientists
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Native Seed Collection Internship
    Job ID:56021
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:$5,800 stipend plus shared housing
    Employment Start Date:5/1/18
    Job Description:In cooperation with the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Seeds of Success program, the Canyon Country Discovery Center is seeking a seed collection intern to assist a lead botanist in native seed collection and conservation efforts in southeastern Utah. The Canyon Country Discovery Center’s mission is to create lifelong learning experiences about the Colorado Plateau through adventure, education, and stewardship. The intern will be a part of the Discovery Center’s newly established Stewardship program, in which the primary focus will be off-site seed collection and on-campus restoration. Responsibilities include surveying and mapping of potential collecting sites, collecting and processing seeds of target species of native plants needed for restoration work, preparing samples of seeds for storage and shipment, entering and maintaining accurate field data and database information, and assisting with native plant propagation efforts. Interns will gain skills in plant identification, fieldwork, processing plant material, plant propagation, and some education. The intern will also gain first-hand experience in cross-agency collaboration, working in an engaging non-profit environment, and exploring the field of natural resource management. Monticello, Utah is located in the high desert of the Colorado Plateau, surrounded by canyons, mesas, alpine mountain ranges, and a diverse cultural history. It is somewhat remote, with a population of less than 2,000 and larger towns 50-60 miles away. The intern should desire to live and work in a rural setting, and a personal vehicle is not required but strongly recommended.
    Qualifications:• Passion for native plants and land stewardship and/or a degree in botany, biology, ecology, environmental studies, or a related field. • Experience with identifying plants and taxonomic keys. Familiarity with plants of the Colorado Plateau is a plus. • Excellent oral and written communication skills. • Ability to work productively and independently with little supervision. • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail. Ability to compile and maintain accurate data, and operate office, laboratory, and field equipment as instructed. • Experience with basic computer software and digital cameras; experience with GPS equipment and GIS software is helpful. • Willingness to work in extreme desert environments with quickly changing conditions, to work an irregular schedule, and camp in remote locations if necessary. • Ability to hike in uneven terrain, lift up to 50 pounds unassisted, reach repetitively with hands and arms. • Valid driver’s license and ability to drive a 4WD vehicle on paved and unpaved roads. • Desire to work in a team and to work with a diversity of people of different backgrounds, ethnicities, races, genders, sexual orientations, ages, and perspectives.
    Job Category:Biology, Botany, Cartographer, Cartography, Community Social Service and Non-Profits, Conservation, Environmental Scientist, Environmental Services, GIS, Horticulture, Landscaping/Horticulture, Life, Physical and Social Sciences, Life/ Physical and Social Sciences, Natural Resources, Outdoor Recreation, Parks and Recreation
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Engineer Intern
    Job ID:56013
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:15.00
    Employment Start Date:Summer 2018
    Job Description:Helen of Troy is seeking an Engineer Intern for our Summer 2018 Internship Program!  Our internships are focused on supporting a multitude of world-class brands that offer innovative products used every day by millions of people around the world. We will empower our interns with opportunities to deliver on business challenges aligned to their field of study – all while working right alongside field professionals and leaders who will support enhancing our interns’ skills and experience. Intern activity participation may include but is not limited to: comprehensive onboarding, operational duties in their department, project-based duties, training via online and / or classroom, virtual speaker series with senior leaders, networking opportunities, job shadowing, and presentations. Experience You Will Gain: ·         Coaching, mentorship, and professional guidance from experienced performers and leaders. ·         Involvement in a dynamic and collaborative work culture with diverse colleagues who are passionate about our products. ·         After the internship and graduation, consideration for career opportunities at various locations. ·        Coaching and professional guidance from experienced engineers and technicians. ·        Hands-on experience in a product development lab.
    Qualifications:·         Full-Time undergraduate or graduate student. ·         Completed at least two years of a four-year Electrical Engineer or Mechanical Engineer degree program. ·         Completed relevant coursework relating to concepts of the job. ·         Major / field of study related to applicable internship. ·         Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA. ·         Ability to commit to the entire 10-Week summer program. ·         Ability to work at the specified location of this internship. ·         Prefer ability to work 40 hours / week during the 10-Week summer program. ·         Excellent communication skills (verbal and written). ·         Proactive with a positive attitude. ·         Desire to learn. ·         Works well in a collaborative environment. ·         Proficiency using Microsoft Office tools including Excel, PowerPoint and Word. ·         Experience using CAD software. ·         High level of interest in the following areas of product development engineering: designing new products, product research, as well as collecting, compiling and presenting data. ·    ��    Applicants must be able to work in the United States on a Full-Time basis. Compensation: Paid Hourly Wage Helen of Troy is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.   If you, as one of our employees or as an applicant for employment, have any questions about our Affirmative Action Plan, please contact Human Resources during regular business hours.   If you are an individual with a disability and would like to request a reasonable accommodation as part of the employment selection process, please contact Human Resources at (915) 225-8000.   #LI-KH1
    Job Category:Product Development
    Position Type:Internship
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  • Job Title:Bilingual Marketing
    Job ID:56012
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:15.00
    Employment Start Date:Summer 2018
    Job Description:Helen of Troy is seeking a Bilingual Marketing Intern for our Summer 2018 Internship Program!  Our internships are focused on supporting a multitude of world-class brands that offer innovative products used every day by millions of people around the world.  We will empower our interns with opportunities to deliver on business challenges aligned to their field of study – all while working right alongside field professionals and leaders who will support enhancing our interns’ skills and experience. Intern activity participation may include but is not limited to: comprehensive onboarding, operational duties in their department, project-based duties, training via online and / or classroom, virtual speaker series with senior leaders, networking opportunities, job shadowing, and presentations. Experience You Will Gain: ·         Coaching, mentorship, and professional guidance from experienced performers and leaders. ·         Involvement in a dynamic and collaborative work culture with diverse colleagues who are passionate about our products. ·         Upon the successful completion of the Helen of Troy Internship and after receiving your Marketing Degree from a 4-year college or university, you may be considered for full-time career opportunities located in our Latin American locations, including Mexico, Chile and others. ·         You will learn the Four Ps of Marketing – Product, Price, Place and Promotion, and how to apply them to real world scenarios. ·         You will gain a deeper understanding of the fast-moving Consumer Packaged Goods industry. ·         You will expand your communication skills by increasing your financial and creative knowledge.
    Qualifications:·         Full-Time undergraduate or graduate student. ·         Completed at least two years of a four-year degree program with major / field of study related to applicable internship. ·         Completed relevant coursework relating to concepts of the job. ·         Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA. ·         Ability to commit to the entire 10-Week summer program. ·         Ability to work at the specified location of this internship. ·         Prefer ability to work 40 hours / week during the 10-Week summer program. ·         Excellent communication skills (verbal and written). ·         Must be Bilingual in English and Spanish. ·         Proactive with a positive attitude. ·         Desire to learn. ·         Work well in a collaborative environment. ·         Excellent organizational skills. ·         Working knowledge of Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint. ·         Enjoy a fast-paced Marketing and Sales environment. ·         Applicants must be authorized to work in the United States on a Full-Time basis. ·         Prefer authorization to work in Mexico, Chile or other countries in Latin America. Compensation: Paid Hourly Wage Helen of Troy is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer   Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.   If you, as one of our employees or as an applicant for employment, have any questions about our Affirmative Action Plan, please contact Human Resources during regular business hours.   If you are an individual with a disability and would like to request a reasonable accommodation as part of the employment selection process, please contact Human Resources at (915) 225-8000.   #LI-KH1
    Job Category:Marketing-Brand/Product: Consumer Goods
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Digital Marketing
    Job ID:56011
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:15.00
    Employment Start Date:Summer 2018
    Job Description:Helen of Troy is seeking a Digital Marketing Intern for our Summer 2018 Internship Program!  Our internships are focused on supporting a multitude of world-class brands that offer innovative products used every day by millions of people around the world.  We will empower our interns with opportunities to deliver on business challenges aligned to their field of study – all while working right alongside field professionals and leaders who will support enhancing our interns’ skills and experience. Intern activity participation may include but is not limited to: comprehensive onboarding, operational duties in their department, project-based duties, training via online and / or classroom, virtual speaker series with senior leaders, networking opportunities, job shadowing, and presentations. Experience You Will Gain: ·         Coaching, mentorship, and professional guidance from experienced performers and leaders. ·         Involvement in a dynamic and collaborative work culture with diverse colleagues who are passionate about our products. ·         After the internship and graduation, consideration for career opportunities at various locations. ·         Social Media Strategies and Campaign Management. ·         Email Marketing Strategies and CAN-SPAM compliance. ·         Search Engine Optimization.
    Qualifications:·         Full-Time undergraduate or graduate student. ·         Completed at least two years of a four-year degree program. ·         Completed relevant coursework relating to concepts of the job. ·         Major / field of study related to applicable internship. ·         Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA. ·         Ability to commit to the entire 10-Week summer program. ·         Ability to work at the specified location of this internship. ·         Prefer ability to work 40 hours / week during the 10-Week summer program. ·         Excellent communication skills (verbal and written). ·         Proactive with a positive attitude. ·         Desire to learn. ·         Works well in a collaborative environment. ·         Digitally well informed and experienced with the use of social media. ·         Applicants must be able to work in the United States on a Full-Time basis. Compensation: Paid Hourly Wage Helen of Troy is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer   Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.   If you, as one of our employees or as an applicant for employment, have any questions about our Affirmative Action Plan, please contact Human Resources during regular business hours.   If you are an individual with a disability and would like to request a reasonable accommodation as part of the employment selection process, please contact Human Resources at (915) 225-8000.   #LI-KH1
    Job Category:eCommerce
    Position Type:Internship
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  • Job Title:Software Development
    Job ID:56009
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:15.00
    Employment Start Date:Summer 2018
    Job Description:Helen of Troy is seeking a Software Development Intern for our Summer 2018 Internship Program!  Our internships are focused on supporting a multitude of world-class brands that offer innovative products used every day by millions of people around the world.  We will empower our interns with opportunities to deliver on business challenges aligned to their field of study – all while working right alongside field professionals and leaders who will support enhancing our interns’ skills and experience. Intern activity participation may include but is not limited to: comprehensive onboarding, operational duties in their department, project-based duties, training via online and / or classroom, virtual speaker series with senior leaders, networking opportunities, job shadowing, and presentations. Experience You Will Gain: ·         Coaching, mentorship, and professional guidance from experienced performers and leaders. ·         Involvement in a dynamic and collaborative work culture with diverse colleagues who are passionate about our products. ·         After the internship and graduation, consideration for career opportunities at various locations. ·         Assist with a project to move Oracle E-Business Suite code to GitHub. ·         Learn SQL to support business requests. ·         Learn APEX to support reporting requests.
    Qualifications:·         Full-Time undergraduate or graduate student. ·         Enrolled in a major or program relevant to software development. ·         Completed at least two years of a four-year degree program. ·         Completed relevant coursework relating to concepts of the job. ·         Major / field of study related to applicable internship. ·         Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA. ·         Ability to commit to a 10-12 Week summer program.   ·         Ability to work at the specified location of this internship. ·         Prefer ability to work 40 hours / week during the 10-12 Week summer program. ·         Interested in learning more about coding, SQL, and APEX. ·         Excellent communication skills (verbal and written). ·         Proactive with a positive attitude. ·         Desire to learn. ·         Works well in a collaborative environment. ·         Applicants must be able to work in the United States on a Full-Time basis. Compensation: Paid Hourly Wage Helen of Troy is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.  If you, as one of our employees or as an applicant for employment, have any questions about our Affirmative Action Plan, please contact Human Resources during regular business hours.  If you are an individual with a disability and would like to request a reasonable accommodation as part of the employment selection process, please contact Human Resources at (915) 225-8000.   #LI-KH1
    Job Category:Software Support
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Information Technology
    Job ID:56008
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:15.00
    Employment Start Date:Summer 2018
    Job Description:Helen of Troy is seeking an Information Technology Intern for our Summer 2018 Internship Program!  Our internships are focused on supporting a multitude of world-class brands that offer innovative products used every day by millions of people around the world.  We will empower our interns with opportunities to deliver on business challenges aligned to their field of study – all while working right alongside field professionals and leaders who will support enhancing our interns’ skills and experience. Intern activity participation may include but is not limited to: comprehensive onboarding, operational duties in their department, project-based duties, training via online and / or classroom, virtual speaker series with senior leaders, networking opportunities, job shadowing, and presentations. Experience You Will Gain: ·         Coaching, mentorship, and professional guidance from experienced performers and leaders. ·         Involvement in a dynamic and collaborative work culture with diverse colleagues who are passionate about our products. ·         After the internship and graduation, consideration for career opportunities at various locations. ·         Daily interaction with employees and customers to troubleshoot hardware equipment. ·         Handling technical support for a location with approximately 450 employees in various department types.
    Qualifications:·         Full-Time undergraduate or graduate student. ·         Completed at least two years of a four-year degree program. ·         Completed relevant coursework relating to PC/Computer/Networking or similar concepts. ·         Must have taken at least one class in PC/Computer/Networking ·         Major / field of study related to applicable internship. ·         Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA. ·         Ability to commit to a 10-12 Week summer program.   ·         Ability to work at the specified location of this internship. ·         Prefer ability to work 40 hours / week during the 10-12 Week summer program. ·         Interested in technical support of hardware or other technical equipment. ·         Some help desk support experience helpful. ·         Excellent communication skills (verbal and written). ·         Proactive with a positive attitude. ·         Desire to learn. ·         Works well in a collaborative environment. ·         Applicants must be able to work in the United States on a Full-Time basis. Compensation: Paid Hourly Wage Helen of Troy is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.  If you, as one of our employees or as an applicant for employment, have any questions about our Affirmative Action Plan, please contact Human Resources during regular business hours.  If you are an individual with a disability and would like to request a reasonable accommodation as part of the employment selection process, please contact Human Resources at (915) 225-8000.   #LI-KH1
    Job Category:Information Technology Consulting
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Data Analytics Intern
    Job ID:56007
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:15.00
    Employment Start Date:Summer 2018
    Job Description:Helen of Troy is seeking a Data Analytics Intern for our Summer 2018 Internship Program!  Our internships are focused on supporting a multitude of world-class brands that offer innovative products used every day by millions of people around the world.  We will empower our interns with opportunities to deliver on business challenges aligned to their field of study – all while working right alongside field professionals and leaders who will support enhancing our interns’ skills and experience. Intern activity participation may include but is not limited to: comprehensive onboarding, operational duties in their department, project-based duties, training via online and / or classroom, virtual speaker series with senior leaders, networking opportunities, job shadowing, and presentations. Experience You Will Gain: ·         Coaching, mentorship, and professional guidance from experienced performers and leaders. ·         Involvement in a dynamic and collaborative work culture with diverse colleagues who are passionate about our products. ·         After the internship and graduation, consideration for career opportunities at various locations. ·         Knowledge from assisting with technical documentation. ·         Knowledge from assisting on a ‘big data’ project. ·         Business Intelligence and ‘big data cloud’ technologies. ·         Programming languages PYTHON, SQL and JavaScript. ·         OBIEE for report development. ·         Oracle SQL Developer Data Mining to work on data mining and data management. ·         Oracle Cloud Machine and Advanced Analytics.
    Qualifications:·         Full-Time undergraduate or graduate student. ·         Completed at least two years of a four-year degree program. ·         Completed relevant coursework relating to concepts of the job. ·         Major / field of study related to applicable internship. ·         Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA. ·         Ability to commit to a 10-12 Week summer program.   ·         Ability to work at the specified location of this internship. ·         Prefer ability to work 40 hours / week during the 10-12 Week summer program. ·         Excellent communication skills (verbal and written). ·         Proactive with a positive attitude. ·         Desire to learn. ·         Works well in a collaborative environment. ·         Knowledge of any programming languages is helpful. ·         Applicants must be able to work in the United States on a Full-Time basis. Compensation: Paid Hourly Wage Helen of Troy is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.   If you, as one of our employees or as an applicant for employment, have any questions about our Affirmative Action Plan, please contact Human Resources during regular business hours.   If you are an individual with a disability and would like to request a reasonable accommodation as part of the employment selection process, please contact Human Resources at (915) 225-8000.   #LI-KH1
    Job Category:Intelligence
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Quality Engineer Intern
    Job ID:56006
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:15.00
    Employment Start Date:Summer 2018
    Job Description:Helen of Troy is seeking a Quality Engineer Intern for our Summer 2018 Internship Program!  Our internships are focused on supporting a multitude of world-class brands that offer innovative products used every day by millions of people around the world.  We will empower our interns with opportunities to deliver on business challenges aligned to their field of study – all while working right alongside field professionals and leaders who will support enhancing our interns’ skills and experience. Intern activity participation may include but is not limited to: comprehensive onboarding, operational duties in their department, project-based duties, training via online and / or classroom, virtual speaker series with senior leaders, networking opportunities, job shadowing, and presentations. Experience You Will Gain: ·         Coaching, mentorship, and professional guidance from experienced performers and leaders. ·         Involvement in a dynamic and collaborative work culture with diverse colleagues who are passionate about our products. ·         After the internship and graduation, consideration for career opportunities at various locations. ·         Six Sigma and other quality control tools usage. ·         Development of quality testing procedures. ·         Failure Analysis and Identification.
    Qualifications:·         Full-Time undergraduate or graduate student. ·         Completed at least two years of a four-year degree program. ·         Completed relevant coursework relating to concepts of the job. ·         Electrical, heat transfer or controls classwork preferred. ·         Major / field of study related to applicable internship. ·         Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA. ·         Ability to commit to a 10-12 Week summer program.   ·         Ability to work at the specified location of this internship. ·         Prefer ability to work 40 hours / week during the 10-12 Week summer program. ·         Knowledge in quality principles preferred. ·         Some knowledge of statistical principals preferred. ·         Some knowledge of collecting and analyzing data helpful. ·         Excellent communication skills (verbal and written). ·         Proactive with a positive attitude. ·         Desire to learn. ·         Works well in a collaborative environment. ·         Applicants must be able to work in the United States on a Full-Time basis. Compensation: Paid Hourly Wage Helen of Troy is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.  ��If you, as one of our employees or as an applicant for employment, have any questions about our Affirmative Action Plan, please contact Human Resources during regular business hours.   If you are an individual with a disability and would like to request a reasonable accommodation as part of the employment selection process, please contact Human Resources at (915) 225-8000.   #LI-KH1
    Job Category:Engineering - Product
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Corporate Communications Intern
    Job ID:56005
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:15.00
    Employment Start Date:Summer 2018
    Job Description:Helen of Troy is seeking a Corporate Communications Intern for our Summer 2018 Internship Program!  Our internships are focused on supporting a multitude of world-class brands that offer innovative products used every day by millions of people around the world.  We will empower our interns with opportunities to deliver on business challenges aligned to their field of study – all while working right alongside field professionals and leaders who will support enhancing our interns’ skills and experience. Intern activity participation may include but is not limited to: comprehensive onboarding, operational duties in their department, project-based duties, training via online and / or classroom, virtual speaker series with senior leaders, networking opportunities, job shadowing, and presentations. Experience You Will Gain: ·         Coaching, mentorship, and professional guidance from experienced performers and leaders. ·         Involvement in a dynamic and collaborative work culture with diverse colleagues who are passionate about our products. ·         After the internship and graduation, consideration for career opportunities at various locations. ·         Writing and editing for a global employee audience. ·         Intranet strategy and content development. ·         Assisting with the implementation of a new employee charitable leave / volunteerism policy. ·         Project management exposure, including assistance with a corporate branding project and company anniversary celebration events.
    Qualifications:·         Full-Time undergraduate or graduate student. ·         Completed at least two years of a four-year degree program. ·         Completed relevant coursework relating to concepts of the job. ·         Major / field of study related to applicable internship. ·         Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA. ·         Ability to commit to the entire 10-Week summer program. ·         Ability to work at the specified location of this internship. ·         Prefer ability to work 40 hours / week during the 10-Week summer program. ·         Excellent communication skills (verbal and written). ·    ��    Proactive with a positive attitude. ·         Desire to learn. ·         Works well in a collaborative environment. ·         Proficiency using Microsoft Office tools including Excel, PowerPoint and Word. ·         High level of interest in the following areas of HR: training and development, talent management, employer branding and talent acquisition. ·         Portfolio of writing samples from classroom and/or student organization. ·         Student newspaper, magazine or similar college organization experience preferred. ·         Community volunteering experience. ·         Applicants must be able to work in the United States on a Full-Time basis. Compensation: Paid Hourly Wage Helen of Troy is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.   If you, as one of our employees or as an applicant for employment, have any questions about our Affirmative Action Plan, please contact Human Resources during regular business hours.   If you are an individual with a disability and would like to request a reasonable accommodation as part of the employment selection process, please contact Human Resources at (915) 225-8000.   #LI-KH1
    Job Category:Communication
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Web Design Intern
    Job ID:56004
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:15.00
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Helen of Troy is seeking a Web Design Intern for our Summer 2018 Internship Program!  Our internships are focused on supporting a multitude of world-class brands that offer innovative products used every day by millions of people around the world.  We will empower our interns with opportunities to deliver on business challenges aligned to their field of study – all while working right alongside field professionals and leaders who will support enhancing our interns’ skills and experience. Intern activity participation may include but is not limited to: comprehensive onboarding, operational duties in their department, project-based duties, training via online and / or classroom, virtual speaker series with senior leaders, networking opportunities, job shadowing, and presentations. Experience You Will Gain: ·         Coaching, mentorship, and professional guidance from experienced performers and leaders. ·         Involvement in a dynamic and collaborative work culture with diverse colleagues who are passionate about our products. ·         After the internship and graduation, consideration for career opportunities at various locations. ·         Applying web design skills for internal and external sites supporting global brands. ·         Using HTML, CSS, jQuery, AJAX, and JavaScript to help in web design production.
    Qualifications:·         Full-Time undergraduate or graduate student. ·         Enrolled in a major or program relevant to web design. ·         Completed at least two years of a four-year degree program. ·         Completed relevant coursework relating to concepts of the job. ·         Major / field of study related to applicable internship. ·         Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA. ·         Ability to commit to a 10-12 Week summer program.   ·         Ability to work at the specified location of this internship. ·         Prefer ability to work 40 hours / week during the 10-12 Week summer program. ·         Interested in expanding web design skills in a corporate environment. ·         Excellent communication skills (verbal and written). ·         Proactive with a positive attitude. ·         Desire to learn. ·         Works well in a collaborative environment. ·         Applicants must be able to work in the United States on a Full-Time basis. Compensation: Paid Hourly Wage Helen of Troy is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.  If you, as one of our employees or as an applicant for employment, have any questions about our Affirmative Action Plan, please contact Human Resources during regular business hours.  If you are an individual with a disability and would like to request a reasonable accommodation as part of the employment selection process, please contact Human Resources at (915) 225-8000.   #LI-KH1
    Job Category:Web Design
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Endangered Species Intern
    Job ID:55998
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:13.50 per hour
    Employment Start Date:May 2018
    Job Description:Positions offers free housing for the intern and a travel allowance for round trip travel. Working on the Kern National Wildlife Refuge Complex in California’s southern San Joaquin Valley, the Fellow will conduct a much needed survey for endangered species on two national wildlife refuges. The Fellow will have the opportunity to engage multiple stakeholders, gain experience with ArcGIS mapping software and develop valuable endangered species monitoring experience. Two National Wildlife Refuges which have previously supported large populations of the endangered Tipton kangaroo rat (Dipodoyms nitratoides nitratoides) at Pixley NWR and blunt-nosed leopard lizard (Gambelia sila) at Kern NWR have had no documented observations of these animals in many years. The objective of this project is to determine if two populations of these endangered species have been locally extirpated from refuge lands. This project will support the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) priorities of preserving, restoring, and enhancing habitat and natural ecosystems for all threatened and endangered species inhabiting the National Wildlife Refuge System. The Fellow will work with refuge staff and local species specialists to develop a monitoring plan which prioritizes previously documented locations of these endangered species, establish permanent or temporary survey transects or grids as necessary in target survey locations, coordinate with local universities, conservation groups, agencies, and consulting firms to recruit a team of volunteers to staff the monitoring effort, conduct an extensive search for the target endangered species with the goal of confirming presence or absence in locations with no recent detections with assistance from staff, and develop and deliver a written report of results to FWS staff which will be made available to the FWS Ecological Services office, the state California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, and biologists with local universities such as California State University Stanislaus’s Endangered Species Recovery Program.
    Qualifications:Education Level: Only rising seniors and seniors who have not yet completed their degree requirements pursuing a degree in biological sciences including conservation biology, wildlife biology, ecology, botany, or natural resource management; geographic and information sciences including GIS; or other closely related field. Working Conditions/Key Requirements: Ability to walk long distances over uneven terrain, carry up to 30 lbs. of equipment, and the ability to withstand harsh environmental conditions and possible hot summer temperatures.
    Job Category:Environmental Scientist, Federal Government, Natural Resources
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Middle Market Underwriting Intern
    Job ID:55990
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:16.00
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The Middle Market Commercial Underwriting team focusus on writing and renewing large and complex accounts. We place a high emphasis on cross business unit collaboration with sales, business development, claims and loss control and strive to develop superior relationships with our agency partners.
    Qualifications:Assist Middle Market team with reports, light analysis of risks, support in the relationship building of new clients, sales pipeline management and learning the basics of underwriting systems.
    Job Category:Insurance Underwriting & Claims
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:2018 Recreation Summer Internship
    Job ID:55980
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:$11.00/hour
    Employment Start Date:May 15, 2018
    Job Description:We want your internship experience with Wyndham Vacation Rentals in Northwest Florida to be a beneficial, educational experience! We will support you in attaining school credit for your time with us. Our goal is to share with you an understanding of our summer Recreation programs and activities, including: Plan, advertise and execute recreational programs for guests and their children. Develop indoor and outdoor activities, contests, games, etc., for the enjoyment of the guests. Assist with special events at the property. Help purchase and maintain supplies, games and recreational equipment. Generate revenue through fun, engaging, recreational activities.
    Qualifications:We are seeking enthusiastic, energetic, customer service driven, college students, majoring in hospitality or recreation, to join Wyndham Vacation Rentals for an exciting and educational summer internship! We will first consider seniors and then juniors, who are currently enrolled in a college or university hospitality program. A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 and previous customer service experience is preferred. Additionally, you MUST be able to attain school credit for your time with us. Students are required to work +/- 40 hrs/wk and must be able to work a flexible schedule which may include: nights, weekends, holidays, overtime and on-call. Thusly, no time off will be allowed for trips/travel, weddings, family reunions, etc. NOTE: Internships MAY count for academic credit and students MUST check with their academic adviser or department head before applying.
    Job Category:Hospitality
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:2018 Hospitality Summer Internship
    Job ID:55979
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:$11.00/hour
    Employment Start Date:May 15, 2018
    Job Description:We want your internship experience with Wyndham Vacation Rentals, in Northwest Florida, to be a beneficial, educational experience! We will support you in attaining school credit for your time with us. Our goal is to share with you an overall operational understanding of our property management business, with an emphasis on Guest Services, Housekeeping Inspection and Recreation. Additionally, depending on your placement with us, you will also get experience in one or more of the following: Owner Relations, Food & Beverage, Retail, Fitness Club, Transportation, opening, closing and many other unique aspects of the industry.
    Qualifications:We are seeking enthusiastic, energetic, customer service driven, college students, majoring in hospitality or recreation, to join Wyndham Vacation Rentals for an exciting and educational summer internship! We will first consider seniors and then juniors, who are currently enrolled in a college or university hospitality or recreation program. A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 and previous customer service experience is preferred. Additionally, you MUST be able to attain school credit for your time with us. Additional Requirements: Registered for college credit for internship Seeking a degree in Hospitality or related field Mandatory start date of May 15th Earliest end date is August 7th Students are required to work +/- 40 hrs/wk and must be able to work a flexible schedule which may include: nights, weekends, holidays, overtime and on-call. Thusly, no time off will be allowed for trips/travel, weddings, family reunions, etc.
    Job Category:Hotel/Motel Management
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Park Guide Interns
    Job ID:55970
    No of Openings:2
    Wage/Salary:
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Wind Cave National Park is seeking applicants for up to two park guide internship positions for the summer of 2018. Interns are responsible for researching, developing, and presenting four thematic cave tours; staffing the visitor center information desk; offering information and orientation services in informal settings such as parking lots and outdoor terraces; and assisting with special projects. This is an excellent opportunity to develop skills needed for college and beyond. Interns will learn computer skills such as PowerPoint, create and write interpretive programs, hone research skills, and practice public speaking skills. These positions interact with people from around the country and the world and will be part of a staff of over twenty people. Interns will be required to work evenings, weekends, and holidays. All housing is provided by Wind Cave at no cost to the intern. Housing consists of shared, furnished apartments or houses with kitchens and baths located minutes from work. A $75 cost of living allowance is provided each week. Up to $150 in expenses are reimbursed for travel to and from the park at the beginning and end of the season. A valid driver's license is required. Wind Cave National Park is located in southwest South Dakota in Custer County, sixty miles south of Rapid City and eleven miles north of the town of Hot Springs.
    Qualifications:Applicants must be interested in and able to meet and communicate with groups of people. Experience in interpretation, public speaking, environmental education, or caves would be helpful, but is not required. Personal transportation is desirable, but not essential.
    Job Category:Forestry
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Geomatics Land Surveying Intern
    Job ID:55929
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:Paid
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:• On a daily basis interns will receive one-on-one mentoring from a survey tech or/and lead principal on the following: o Land Surveyor software/tools o Project Management o Project estimate o Scheduling o QA/QC • We thrive on team work; Interns will be allowed to join meetings and discussions. o Short term and long term strategies o Check and balances • Interactions with hundreds of Maser employees across the country and/or clients will increase your soft skills. o Teleconferences o Site visits Responsibilities: • Work with multiple supervisors to complete drafts of various project • Under the mentorship of a supervisor you will be in constant communication with clients to deliver the ideal service. o Providing in office services for client on daily basis. o Site visit with supervisor for hands on experience, provide feedback to the office on how to complete draft of site survey.
    Qualifications:
    Job Category:Surveying
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Summer IT Intern
    Job ID:55904
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:Paid Hourly
    Employment Start Date:May 21, 2018
    Job Description:D.R. Horton, Inc., the largest homebuilder in the U.S., was founded in 1978 and is a publicly traded company on the New York Stock Exchange. It is engaged in the construction and sale of high quality homes designed principally for the entry-level and first time move-up markets. The Company also provides mortgage financing and title services for homebuyers through its mortgage and title subsidiaries. Please visit our website at www.drhorton.com for more information. D.R. Horton, Inc. is currently looking for a full-time Summer 2018 IT Intern for their division IT Department. The right candidate will assist the IT Managers and IT Team with the management of all IT functions. Learn the different aspects of the IT department and the methods within the company, support company policies, suggest improvements within the system and execute policies to ensure compliance with quality standards. The intern will also be encouraged to explore other areas of interest to learn more about the general operations of the division both within and outside of the assigned department that will be supplemental to the learning experience.
    Qualifications:Education and/or Experience Must currently be enrolled in an accredited college or university and seeking a degree in a related field.
    Job Category:Computer Maintenance & Support, Computer, Information Technology and Mathematical
    Position Type:Full-Time, Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:HCOP Pre-Health Scholar
    Job ID:55886
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:$1,200 for six-week residential program
    Employment Start Date:June 14, 2018
    Job Description:Job Description: Marquette University Health Careers Opportunity Program prepares pre-health students from disadvantaged backgrounds for graduate or professional school. Students attend a six-week College Science Enrichment Program at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. There are different academic tracks depending on students' professional interest: pre-clinical mental health counseling, pre-clinical psychology, pre-dentistry, pre-medicine, pre-physical therapy, and pre-physician assistant. During the six-week summer program, students are offered shadowing opportunities, cadaver lab dissection, career exploration, cross-cultural competency training, DAT/MCAT preparation, professional development, and research opportunities. The summer curriculum is free, and students receive a stipend to help offset lost summer wages and cover room and board. We also provide roundtrip transportation to and from Milwaukee.
    Qualifications:Applicants must also meet the following criteria: · Have a minimum GPA of 2.7 (transcripts required) · Be a U.S. citizen or legal resident · Be educationally and financially disadvantaged (see application for details)
    Job Category:Education, Health Services/Healthcare, Healthcare Consulting
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:
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  • Job Title:Summer 2018 Intern
    Job ID:55863
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:Hourly
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Farm Credit of New Mexico is More Than a Career . . .It is a Way of Life Our mission is to help agriculture grow and thrive by financing vital infrastructure and communications services, and providing farmers with the capital they need to make their businesses successful. If you're looking for more than just a summer job something you can truly commit to, believe in and feel good about find your place with Farm Credit of New Mexico in Roswell, NM. You'll join thousands of employees across the nation who provide reliable and consistent credit to rural communities and agriculture, helping these customers produce the food, fuel and fiber on which we all depend. Visit our websites for more information: http://www.farmcreditnetwork.com/about/overview https://www.farmcreditnm.com/ SUMMARY: Farm Credit offers an all-inclusive Summer Intern program designed to engage students, impart industry specific skills and get you started into a potential career path with an established financial institution. Our internship provides an opportunity for students who are interested in becoming agricultural professionals to learn about Farm Credit of New Mexico's corporate culture and its industry partners. Highlights include access to mentorship and networking opportunities and a structured program plan that includes formal training and hands on learning with each of our departments. During the 12 week engagement you will be in a supportive learning environment contributing both independently and on a team against key department initiatives. Through this experience, you will have an excellent opportunity to train and develop your skill set within the Farm Credit System. You will perform different duties to assist the various departments in the efficient operation and completion of daily tasks. This will include learning the loan process by verifying and analyzing financial information, writing credit narratives, and being part of the daily activities to achieve performance goals and metrics within the Association.
    Qualifications:Qualifications: Candidate must be enrolled in an accredited four year college or university. Candidate must be a current college junior, senior or graduate student graduating on or before May 2019. Candidate must have at least one semester left. An average grade point of 3.0 or equivalent on a 4.0 grade scale. Business, Accounting, Finance and/or Agricultural degrees are preferred. 10-12 week commitment with the availability to start in May Additional requirements: Proven communication, strong analytical and organization skills. Demonstrated ability to establish priorities. Ability to take initiative. Computer literate, problem solving and time management skills. Ability to interact effectively with a diverse group of people. Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity,
    Job Category:Other
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Summer 2018 Intern
    Job ID:55862
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:Hourly
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Farm Credit of New Mexico is More Than a Career . . .It is a Way of Life Our mission is to help agriculture grow and thrive by financing vital infrastructure and communications services, and providing farmers with the capital they need to make their businesses successful. If you're looking for more than just a summer job something you can truly commit to, believe in and feel good about find your place with Farm Credit of New Mexico in Clovis, NM. You'll join thousands of employees across the nation who provide reliable and consistent credit to rural communities and agriculture, helping these customers produce the food, fuel and fiber on which we all depend. Visit our websites for more information: http://www.farmcreditnetwork.com/about/overview https://www.farmcreditnm.com/ SUMMARY: Farm Credit offers an all-inclusive Summer Intern program designed to engage students, impart industry specific skills and get you started into a potential career path with an established financial institution. Our internship provides an opportunity for students who are interested in becoming agricultural professionals to learn about Farm Credit of New Mexico's corporate culture and its industry partners. Highlights include access to mentorship and networking opportunities and a structured program plan that includes formal training and hands on learning with each of our departments. During the 12 week engagement you will be in a supportive learning environment contributing both independently and on a team against key department initiatives. Through this experience, you will have an excellent opportunity to train and develop your skill set within the Farm Credit System. You will perform different duties to assist the various departments in the efficient operation and completion of daily tasks. This will include learning the loan process by verifying and analyzing financial information, writing credit narratives, and being part of the daily activities to achieve performance goals and metrics within the Association.
    Qualifications:Qualifications: Candidate must be enrolled in an accredited four year college or university. Candidate must be a current college junior, senior or graduate student graduating on or before May 2019. Candidate must have at least one semester left. An average grade point of 3.0 or equivalent on a 4.0 grade scale. Business, Accounting, Finance and/or Agricultural degrees are preferred. 10-12 week commitment with the availability to start in May Additional requirements: Proven communication, strong analytical and organization skills. Demonstrated ability to establish priorities. Ability to take initiative. Computer literate, problem solving and time management skills. Ability to interact effectively with a diverse group of people. Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity,
    Job Category:Other
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Summer 2018 Intern
    Job ID:55861
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:Hourly
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Farm Credit of New Mexico is More Than a Career . . .It is a Way of Life Our mission is to help agriculture grow and thrive by financing vital infrastructure and communications services, and providing farmers with the capital they need to make their businesses successful. If you're looking for more than just a summer job something you can truly commit to, believe in and feel good about find your place with Farm Credit of New Mexico in Las Cruces, NM. You'll join thousands of employees across the nation who provide reliable and consistent credit to rural communities and agriculture, helping these customers produce the food, fuel and fiber on which we all depend. Visit our websites for more information: http://www.farmcreditnetwork.com/about/overview https://www.farmcreditnm.com/ SUMMARY: Farm Credit offers an all-inclusive Summer Intern program designed to engage students, impart industry specific skills and get you started into a potential career path with an established financial institution. Our internship provides an opportunity for students who are interested in becoming agricultural professionals to learn about Farm Credit of New Mexico's corporate culture and its industry partners. Highlights include access to mentorship and networking opportunities and a structured program plan that includes formal training and hands on learning with each of our departments. During the 12 week engagement you will be in a supportive learning environment contributing both independently and on a team against key department initiatives. Through this experience, you will have an excellent opportunity to train and develop your skill set within the Farm Credit System. You will perform different duties to assist the various departments in the efficient operation and completion of daily tasks. This will include learning the loan process by verifying and analyzing financial information, writing credit narratives, and being part of the daily activities to achieve performance goals and metrics within the Association.
    Qualifications:Qualifications: Candidate must be enrolled in an accredited four year college or university. Candidate must be a current college junior, senior or graduate student graduating on or before May 2019. Candidate must have at least one semester left. An average grade point of 3.0 or equivalent on a 4.0 grade scale. Business, Accounting, Finance and/or Agricultural degrees are preferred. 10-12 week commitment with the availability to start in May Additional requirements: Proven communication, strong analytical and organization skills. Demonstrated ability to establish priorities. Ability to take initiative. Computer literate, problem solving and time management skills. Ability to interact effectively with a diverse group of people. Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity,
    Job Category:Other
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Financial Intern (Summer)
    Job ID:55860
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:Hourly
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Farm Credit of New Mexico is More Than a Career . . .It is a Way of Life Our mission is to help agriculture grow and thrive by financing vital infrastructure and communications services, and providing farmers with the capital they need to make their businesses successful. If you're looking for more than just a summer job something you can truly commit to, believe in and feel good about find your place with Farm Credit of New Mexico in Albuquerque, NM. You'll join thousands of employees across the nation who provide reliable and consistent credit to rural communities and agriculture, helping these customers produce the food, fuel and fiber on which we all depend. Visit our websites for more information: http://www.farmcreditnetwork.com/about/overview https://www.farmcreditnm.com/ SUMMARY: Farm Credit offers an all-inclusive Summer Intern program designed to engage students, impart industry specific skills and get you started into a potential career path with an established financial institution. Our internship provides an opportunity for students who are interested in becoming agricultural professionals to learn about Farm Credit of New Mexico's corporate culture and its industry partners. Highlights include access to mentorship and networking opportunities and a structured program plan that includes formal training and hands on learning with each of our departments. During the 12 week engagement you will be in a supportive learning environment contributing both independently and on a team against key department initiatives. Through this experience, you will have an excellent opportunity to train and develop your skill set within the Farm Credit System. You will perform different duties to assist the various departments in the efficient operation and completion of daily tasks. This will include learning the loan process by verifying and analyzing financial information, writing credit narratives, and being part of the daily activities to achieve performance goals and metrics within the Association.
    Qualifications:Qualifications: Candidate must be enrolled in an accredited four year college or university. Candidate must be a current college junior, senior or graduate student graduating on or before May 2019. Candidate must have at least one semester left. An average grade point of 3.0 or equivalent on a 4.0 grade scale. Business, Accounting, Finance and/or Agricultural degrees are preferred. 10-12 week commitment with the availability to start in May Additional requirements: Proven communication, strong analytical and organization skills. Demonstrated ability to establish priorities. Ability to take initiative. Computer literate, problem solving and time management skills. Ability to interact effectively with a diverse group of people. Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity,
    Job Category:Finance
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Leadership Trainer Intern
    Job ID:55822
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:Semester Stipend
    Employment Start Date:5/22/18
    Job Description:FOCUS Training is looking for highly motivated interns to join our leadership development training team. For over 25 years, FOCUS Training has been providing interactive, educational leadership development training for middle & high schools students across the country. Our formula of combining memorable and engaging activities with powerful educational messages has allowed us to have a positive impact on hundreds of thousands of people. Working under the tagline Achieving Excellence through Understanding and Action, FOCUS Training believes in learning through doing. The FOCUS Training HQ offers a welcoming and dynamic environment located in the 5th Ward. Job overview -End of May through mid-August commitment -Facilitate interactive leadership programs for student groups as small as 5 and as large as 200, 6th - 12th grade -Interact with clients and students in a professional manner -Set-up, prep and take down materials for programs -Work indoors and outdoors -Develop content and create interactive leadership activities
    Qualifications:Qualifications -Junior status or higher from a regionally accredited college or university -2.8 GPA or higher -Demonstrated leadership experience -Ability to work alone and in group settings -Ability to think quickly and on the spot -Mobility: Run short distances, lift 30 lbs, be on your feet for as long as 6 hours -Previous public speaking or facilitation experience preferred but not required -Ability to travel the country
    Job Category:Education
    Position Type:Internship, Part Time
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Threat Research Engineer Intern
    Job ID:55810
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:Paid
    Employment Start Date:May 2018
    Job Description:Join our team for a paid 12-14 week summer internship in Albuquerque, NM. We are looking for computer science students with an interest in applying and deepening their skills and contributing to Endgame’s computer security product. Our threat research engineering work is experimental as well as applied, with a focus on collecting and processing massive quantities of data on a continual basis, underpinning and enabling Endgame’s advanced computer security research. The intern will develop an understanding of our large-scale data processing architecture, comprised of a combination of commercial, open source, and internally developed tools. On-site mentorship will be provided, but individuals must be self-motivated and experience with a distributed team is a plus. If you are eager to understand and enhance large scale data architectures in security, we’d like to hear from you.
    Qualifications:Desired background: Computer science, engineering or related field of study with a good understanding of programming basics. Interest in functional programming and data engineering is required but experience in that area is not required. Years in school: Undergraduate students should be at least sophomore year. Graduate students are welcome as well. Skills: In-depth knowledge of at least one programming language with a demonstrated ability to pick up new languages quickly. Interest in functional programming and learning OCaml is required. Some experience in a functional programming language like Lisp, OCaml, F#, or Haskell is a plus but not required. Lab, work, or classroom experience with Python (or JavaScript or R) for machine learning or data analysis is a plus. Interest in security is a plus.
    Job Category:Computer, Information Technology and Mathematical, Engineering, Engineering - Computer
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Marketing Intern
    Job ID:55786
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:10.00/Hr.
    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:Conservation Corps Crew Member
    Job ID:55782
    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:College Intern Resort Operations Summer 2018
    Job ID:55749
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:To Be Determined
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Are you ready to grow your dream career while making others' vacation dreams come true? Marriott Vacations Worldwide is a world premier organization for Vacation Ownership with resorts at destinations around the globe. Join our team and help deliver unforgettable experiences that make vacation dreams come true. COMPANY DESCRIPTION Marriott Vacation Club® Marriott Vacation Club is a global leader in the vacation ownership industry and highly regarded for its quality and unique flexibility. The more than 50 Marriott Vacation Club properties throughout the United States, Caribbean, Europe and Asia offer a lifetime of memorable vacations to more than 413,000 Owner families and feature 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom villas with spacious interiors. In 2010, the Marriott Vacation Club Destinations™ program was introduced offering unmatched experiences and unparalleled flexibility through the use of Vacation Club Points in four Collections that can be tailored to fit an Owner's travel needs. INTERNSHIP LOCATIONS The College Internship Program is offered at select locations in the following 4 regions: East, Florida, Hawaii, and West. Interested candidates should apply to their desired region and specify location preferences on the application. East Region New Jersey Absecon South Carolina Hilton Head Island -5 Resorts (limited housing) and Myrtle Beach Virginia Williamsburg Florida Region Florida Marco Island, Orlando - 5 Resorts, West Palm Beach, and Panama City (falls under East Region) Hawaii Region Hawaii Kauai - 2 Resorts, Maui, and Oahu West Region Arizona Phoenix California Newport Coast, Palm Desert - 2 Resorts, South Lake Tahoe - 2 Resorts Colorado Breckenridge (housing) and Vail Nevada Las Vegas Utah Park City - 2 Resorts PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Offered at U.S. based resorts and Corporate Headquarters the College Internship Program is an immersion program offering participants work experience in one specific department within a resort. Interns will participate in the following activities; comprehensive onboarding, operational duties within their assigned department, eLearning, and virtual meetings with company leaders, job shadowing, and a business case project. The College Internship Program is designed to last 3-6 months depending upon the participant's availability and the needs of the property. The participants should expect to work a full time schedule in this program. All College Internships are paid at an hourly wage. Successful College Interns will be given a high level of consideration when applying for future career opportunities with Marriott Vacation Club. The College Internship Program is available in the following departments: Front Office Activities/Recreation Housekeeping Food & Beverage Loss Prevention Accounting/Finance JOB SUMMARY Participants will be expected to learn and preform the job duties of the position(s) within their assigned department. For example, in a Front Office Internship the participant may be expected to learn and master role of a Guest Services Agent in addition to opportunities to learn aspects of the At Your Service Agent, Rooms Controller, and Supervisor. Interns may also be involved in department projects. Participants will also learn components of what drives Guest Satisfaction and Associate Engagement on site will have opportunities to contribute to these important matters. Interns will be introduced to and have the opportunity to demonstrate the company's values and core beliefs. JOB REQUIREMENTS Education Candidate should be pursuing a college degree. It is preferred that the candidate is actively pursuing a degree in Hospitality or Business. Candidates who have an undecided major may also be considered. Experience Prior Hospitality or Resort Operations experience preferred. Past Interns who are interested in completing an additional internship will be considered first. Previous performance rating will be taken into consideration. Standards of Dress & Grooming All interns must maintain a neat, clean and well-groomed appearance per Marriott Vacations Worldwide Corporation Policy HR-EMP-19 Standards of Appearance. All interns for whom a uniform has been provided must wear the appropriate uniform. Uniforms must be neat and clean at all times. Alterations to uniforms are allowed only if prior approval has been obtained from a supervisor/manager. Missing buttons should be replaced and tears or holes repaired before the uniform is worn. Non-uniformed interns should dress with good business taste and in clothing appropriate to their jobs. Good business taste does not include blue jeans, shorts, spandex pants, tank tops, midriffs, halter tops, or other generally recognized casual sportswear. Dress or skirt length should be no shorter than four inches above the knee. All interns must wear proper undergarments. Corporate office interns must adhere to policy EMP-20 Corporate Office Business Dress Guidelines. Marriott Vacations Worldwide is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive culture.
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    Job Category:Hospitality
    Position Type:Internship
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  • Job Title:Gap Year
    Job ID:55739
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:Un-paid
    Employment Start Date:
    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.
    Qualifications:
    Job Category:Other
    Position Type:Internship
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  • Job Title:Marketing, Programs and Events Internship
    Job ID:55736
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:0
    Employment Start Date:
    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
    Qualifications:
    Job Category:Marketing - General
    Position Type:Internship
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  • Job Title:OECS 221 Internship
    Job ID:55689
    No of Openings:2
    Wage/Salary:9.85
    Employment Start Date:January 17, 2018
    Job Description:This is a course degree job for OECS 221 to help the NMSU-C IT department in daily task and job assignments.
    Qualifications:Must be assign to OECS 221 class.
    Job Category:Computer Maintenance & Support
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:
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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: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: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: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: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
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    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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