Internship and Co-op

  • Job Title:YouthWorks - Work Projects Coordinator
    Job ID:53874
    No of Openings:100
    Wage/Salary:$2,750 + food/transporation/housing
    Employment Start Date:5/22/2017
    Job Description:GENERAL INFORMATION YouthWorks is a multi-denominational, nonprofit organization that exists to connect teenagers to God, each other and communities through life-changing, Christ-centered mission trips. As 30,000 people take part in service this summer at over 70 communities, we need over 300 college and post-college-age staff to be on the front lines leading this ministry. In the midst of leading around 65 students and adult leaders on a mission trip each week, our staff teams cultivate relationships, develop their leadership skills and deepen their faith. And they get paid to do it! Do something different this summer. Do Youthworks. WORK PROJECTS COORDINATOR Help youth engage in ministry by building relationships with community members through work projects. Learn how to set up projects and partner with local community contacts. Teach participants the basics of painting and watch them be transformed as they serve in new ways. See the lasting effect on both community members whose homes have been improved, as well as the teens and adults who completed the repairs.
    Qualifications:• One year post high school • Actively pursuing a relationship with Christ • Desire to serve the Church • Able to relate to youth • Model servant leadership • Have a teachable spirit • Previous work project experience • Able to teach skills to participants • Interact with community members in a highly relational way
    Job Category:Community Service, Other
    Position Type:Internship, Seasonal/Temporary/Summer
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  • Job Title:Video Production & Editing Intern
    Job ID:53759
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:$8.00/hr
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Video production and editing internship for the 2017 summer semester. Work on a regional tourism initiative in a fast-paced professional environment. Possible job duties include filming, editing, organizing raw footage, and attending pre-filming and other stakeholder meetings. Travel required.
    Qualifications:Successful completion of Production 1 and Editing 1, proficiency in Adobe Premiere Pro, ability to multi-task, and great organizational skills. Adventurous spirit is a plus. Successful completion of Cinematography preferred. Current student or graduate of the Dona Ana Community College Creative Media Technology program preferred. A student who is able to receive course credit for this internship is preferred. Must be 18 or older with a valid driver's license and clean driving record.
    Job Category:Other
    Position Type:Internship
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  • Job Title:Engineering Trainee - Career Foundation Program
    Job ID:53725
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:DOE
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The position summary states the general nature and purpose of the job. Overall accountabilities are defined in this section. A functional trainee is an individual who undergoes training for positions in their field of expertise. The Career Foundation Program is the best way to prepare employees to become future leaders of the company. It equips them with the required skills, judgment, and know-how of being an effective and responsible leader. 1. A functional trainee is exposed to every aspect of their business and role. A functional trainee would be expected to know all facets of their particular piece of the business, from sales to customer service, to quality assurance and operations. As such, the functional trainee becomes very flexible and a subject matter expert when it comes to skills related to his or her job. 2. You can have a pick of the job you love most. Smithfield offers functional trainees a chance to work in departments they feel they could excel in. Each rotation places an emphasis on providing opportunities to enhance each trainee's leadership skills, and gain exposure to growth areas of the business. If you've been particularly stellar in sales, or you are interested in operations, you could choose to develop in that area. 3. It develops teamwork. As trainees, you will be working with teams or with a department leader who will show you how things are done. You will learn to work with teams of different members across all levels of the organization. Sometimes, you will be working with a higher management, other times you'll work hand in hand with your subordinates. Aside from developing teamwork, you could also build up a mentor-apprentice relationship with the people you work with. 4. Career opportunities are endless. Career advancement is the ultimate goal of training. Once a vacancy comes up, you will have a great chance of being promoted. The Career Foundation Program prepares graduates for positions with increased level of responsibility and complexity. Simply put, the Career Foundation Program places you on the radar of the company's meticulous executives. 5. It is the best way to "earn your stripes". Being part of a Career Development Program is very much like being in school, or perhaps enrolling in an MBA program. The only difference is that you get real work-related situations and problems that need fast, implementable solutions. The result? You will have a holistic understanding of your division and company. Responsibilities and tasks are written as follows: • Work in different departments within a specific function to gain perspective, including project engineering, environmental engineering, industrial engineering, and maintenance departments. • Adhere to guidelines of formal written training program. • Attend periodic evaluations. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals to perform the essential functions. • Bachelor's degree in Engineering - Mechanical or Industrial from four-year college or university • Desire and attitude to excel. • Planning, organization and execution skills. • Strong oral and written language skills. • Strong decision-making and problem solving skills. • Ability to travel and relocate. • Applicants must be authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis. • Must be able to relocate during the 24-month period rotation. Apply Here: http://www.Click2apply.net/fdpyfwvwzrdyh3kx PI97510499
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    Job Category:Engineering
    Position Type:Internship
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  • Job Title:Summer 2017 Climate and Solar Ambassador Program
    Job ID:53677
    No of Openings:5-9
    Wage/Salary:$500/month stipend
    Employment Start Date:May 29, 2017
    Job Description:Interns will be supervised by Study Group staff and by mentors from our solar industry partners. Training will be provided by the Study Group, our solar partners, cooperating non-governmental organizations, and issue experts we will invite via Skype from across the country. Interns will:  Expand their knowledge of the converging climate and energy crises in a supportive, practical, group context;  Acquire contacts and connections (local and national);  Develop analyses and methods and/or fresh ways to communicate to key audiences on cutting-edge energy and climate issues;  Present publicly to these audiences;  Learn the basics of the solar photovoltaic industry and how to effectively advocate for renewable energy, energy efficiency, and energy conservation;  Approach residences and businesses to discuss solar generation, efficiency, and conservation solutions;  Help link up existing nonprofit organizations and faith communities in innovative ways that combine climate and social policy with sound business and economic development;  Communicate some of the linkages between climate and energy issues, social justice, and militarism;  Educate congressional staff and members of Congress, the news media, our membership, and other organizations; and  Have a great time working, learning, and serving the community with like-minded people! There will be a minimum of five and a maximum of nine interns. Room and board will be provided either on-site or nearby in home-stays for non-local applicants. A stipend of $500/month is available for U.S. citizens and holders of work visas. Bicycles will be provided if needed.
    Qualifications:Most qualified candidates will be college graduates or upper division undergraduates. Candidates of all adult ages are encouraged to apply. Diversity of all kinds is welcome and will help the program.
    Job Category:Atmospheric Sciences
    Position Type:Internship, Seasonal/Temporary/Summer
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Park Ranger Assistant
    Job ID:53671
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:PAID
    Employment Start Date:August 28, 2017
    Job Description:The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's mission is, working with others, to conserve, protect and enhance fish, wildlife, and plants and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people." Working with others, to conserve, protect and enhance fish, wildlife, and plants and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people." The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service helps protect a healthy environment for people, fish and wildlife, and helps Americans conserve and enjoy the outdoors and our living treasures. The Service's major responsibilities are for migratory birds, endangered species, certain marine mammals, and freshwater and anadromous fish. Develop and lead Environmental Education program for students. Greets and orients Refuge Visitors and assists with operation of the front desk including opening and closing the Visitor Center. Assists with development of interpretive talks and guided tour programs including vehicle operation. Operates and performs minor maintenance on audiovisual and other equipment. Reviews visitor use patterns and their effect on the resource; suggests changes in operation or facilities. Distribute maps, program brochures and other printed material and provides verbal information to visitors regarding refuge public use programs and opportunities. Assist with planning and executing the Annual "Drawn to Sevilleta" poster contest including working with Schools and partner organizations. Provides assistance with other Refuge projects, programs, etc. Assists with planning and executing the Annual Celebrate Sevilleta public event. Assist with other Refuge program
    Qualifications:*Current Junior, Senior or Alumni *3.0 GPA *Environmental Science major
    Job Category:National Parks
    Position Type:Internship, Seasonal/Temporary/Summer
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Summer 2017 Internship with the National Energy Technology Laboratory
    Job ID:53611
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:STIPEND
    Employment Start Date:June 5, 2017
    Job Description:The Consortium for Integrating Energy Systems in Engineering and Science Education (CIESESE) is a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)-sponsored project with the goal of increasing the pipeline of graduates ready to pursue a career in energy relevant fields. Among the activities of the consortium is the participation of faculty and students, from Engineering and the Physical Sciences, in Energy Systems Research. Energy systems refers to the infrastructure, technologies, and procedures to generate, store, and distribute energy for use by individual consumers and by the public and private/industrial sectors. Universidad del Turabo (UT), a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HIS), under its Puerto Rico Energy Center (PREC), together with four HSI partner universities and two national laboratories, proposed the CIESESE to achieve the aforementioned goal. CIESESE directly supports DOE’s goal to build a sustainable professional and academic pipeline, in particular professionals from the Hispanic community, ready to take on the challenges of current and future energy systems. Research Areas: 1. Online Recursive System Identification and Adaptive Control of Hybrid Power Systems 2. RAMAN Gas Analyzer for Control in Advanced Power Systems 3. Supervisory Control 4. Anode Recycle 5. Component Degradation 6. Startup and Electrochemical Light-off 7. MISO + SISO or Feed Forward MISO 8. Cyber-Physical Chemical Looping Reactor Observer 9. Fuel Flexibility in Hybrid Systems 10. Compressor Surge and Stall 11. Modeling the NETL Microgrid 12. Magneto Hydro Dynamics Benefits: · Highly competitive weekly stipend · Travel allowance · Housing allowance LOCATIONS Selections are based on a student’s qualifications and the needs of the host site. Proximity to the host is not factored during the selection process. The 10-week summer program will take place at the two locations below: National Energy Technology Laboratory, Morgantown, WV or Albany, OR
    Qualifications:Eligibility Be at least 18 years of age at time of application Be a U.S. Citizen Have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 Be currently enrolled full-time as a degree-seeking student in a STEM program at one of the five universities listed below at the Bachelor’s, Master’s, Doctoral, or Faculty level. Be available to participate in the full 10-week program
    Job Category:Research
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Herrera Internship Endowment
    Job ID:53610
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:SCHOLARSHIP
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    Job Description:The Herrera Internship provides scholarships to Hispanic, female students who complete an internship with the National Hispanic Cultural Center (NHCC). It was created by Dr. Denise Herrera to honor her mother (Yolanda Herrera) and two grandmothers (Reyna Herrera and Helen Montoya) who did not have the opportunity to pursue higher education. As a Native New Mexican, Dr. Herrera has dedicated much of her academic and professional career to the advancement of underrepresented groups in higher education. As a participant in several diversity programs herself, Dr. Herrera has mentored students from elementary through the postdoctoral level; this internship is intended to honor that tradition of "lifting others while we climb" and paying it forward. Award: Interns will enter into a Letter of Agreement with the NHCC to commit to a set number of internship hours with the NHCC (in one or several of its programs: Administration, Visual Arts, Performing Arts, History and Literary Arts or Foundation). The maximum internship award available is a total of $4,000 in an academic year. Awards will be disbursed directly to the intern in 2 installments, at the beginning/end of each semester or term in which the student is in school.
    Qualifications:The ideal applicant should: • Be a New Mexico resident. For purposes of this internship, we define residency as having lived in New Mexico for at least one year (at the time of application), regardless of immigration status. • Self-identify as female and Hispanic, Latina, Chicana, or Mexican-American. • Be an undergraduate student, in good standing, who is enrolled at least half time in an accredited college or university in New Mexico. • Preference may be given to first generation college students.
    Job Category:Administration, Foundations, Graphic/Visual Arts/Multi Media
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:NASA Internships
    Job ID:53608
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:PAID
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    Job Description:NASA Internships are competitive awards to support educational opportunities that provide unique NASA-related research & operational experiences for educators, high school, undergraduate & graduate students. These opportunities integrate interns with career professionals emphasizing mentor-directed, degree-related tasks, while contributing to the operation of a NASA facility or the advancement of NASA’s missions. A NASA internship is a lot more than a great entry on your resume. Regardless of your career goals, a NASA internship will give you the kind of rewarding experience that makes a brilliant start for career advancement. It’s a great way to leave your footprint on advancing NASA’s mission. NASA’s Mission is to drive advances in science, technology, aeronautics, and space exploration to enhance knowledge, education, innovation, economic vitality, and stewardship of Earth. NASA leads the world in space exploration, and our Internship, Fellowship and Scholarship program is an important part of our commitment to ensuring that the next generation will be ready for the challenges ahead.
    Qualifications:Minimum 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 grade scale (if between schools, use the most recent GPA) • Undergraduate and graduate students must be accepted/enrolled full-time in an accredited U.S. community college, or a four-year college or university • All applicants must be U.S. citizens (either by birth or naturalization)
    Job Category:Federal Government
    Position Type:Co-op, Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Structural Engineering Intern
    Job ID:53590
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:Paid
    Employment Start Date:6/1/17
    Job Description:Attention Civil Engineering Graduates... Stubbs Engineering is currently looking to hire a Fulltime Structural Engineering Intern. Candidates should have either a B.S. or M.S. in Civil Engineering with an emphasis in Structural design. Benefits include competitive salaries, retirement plan, paid vacation and sick leave, and an employee health plan. Stubbs Engineering is a Premier Structural Engineering Firm. Our clients span across the southern United States. We are a full service structural engineering firm and specialize in unique architectural projects and industrial projects. We also assist contractors with rigging and shoring designs. We have offices in Las Cruces and El Paso. There is substantial opportunity for growth and advancement. Our projects include a wide variety of building materials and construction types and require extensive design capabilities. Recent and current projects include the addition to Las Cruces High School, Las Cruces Fire Station #7 on the West Mesa of Las Cruces, additions to Dona Ana Community College – Sunland Park, Las Cruces Sun News Building, New Residence Hall at New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, and St. Mark’s Middle School in El Paso.
    Qualifications:Candidates should have either a B.S. or M.S. in Civil Engineering with an emphasis in Structural design. An Engineering Intern will be responsible for: - Designing Structures in steel, concrete, masonry and wood. - Use of Finite Element Modeling and related software. - Preparation of construction documents. - Site observation of projects while under construction.
    Job Category:Engineering - Civil
    Position Type:Full-Time, Internship
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  • Job Title:Summer Intern
    Job ID:53588
    No of Openings:6
    Wage/Salary:12.50
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:No matter what your major, NICOR, Inc. can be your partner in exploring and eventually launching an amazing career. Our mission is to help bring the best and brightest students to the field of electrical engineering -- all majors considered -- for our corporate headquarters, servicing the U.S. and Canada. We are located in the thriving city of Albuquerque, NM; this is a paid internship opportunity. At NICOR, we’re always looking for ways to make your light better. We continue to innovate, challenge our thinking and improve our processes. We look to earn your business by delivering progressive lighting solutions designed to balance value with the highest design performance possible. We’re determined to bring you reliable products that provide real solutions. When you choose a NICOR product, you can rest assured you’re getting a product that has been tested to the highest standards available. We’ve taken the guesswork out for you. We take our commitment as a leader of reliability, innovation and excellence seriously because we understand just how important you are. We want you to Shine Brighter!
    Qualifications:All majors welcome to apply. Must be US Citizen/national or green card holder.
    Job Category:Business Operations, HR and Financial Services, eCommerce, Electronics - General, Engineering - Electrical and Electronics, Logistics/Operations, Marketing - General
    Position Type:Full-Time, Internship
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  • Job Title:Provider Contract Intern - Albuquerque, NM
    Job ID:53582
    No of Openings:1
    Wage/Salary:Competitive/Paid
    Employment Start Date:6/5/2017
    Job Description:Internships at UnitedHealth Group. If you want an intern experience that will dramatically shape your career, consider a company that’s dramatically shaping our entire health care system. UnitedHealth Group internship opportunities will provide a hands-on view of a rapidly evolving, incredibly challenging marketplace of ideas, products and services. You’ll work side by side with some of the smartest people in the business on assignments that matter. So here we are. You have a lot to learn. We have a lot to do. It’s the perfect storm. And even better? Join us and you may end up staying for a career in which you can do your life’s best work.(sm) Our UnitedHealthcare Networks internship is like no other. As an intern on this team, you’ll be empowered to help us solve some of the toughest health care challenges facing our country right now. You will have the opportunity to gain valuable skills and training while working on assignments that will provide you with a depth of challenging experiences. A UnitedHealth Group internship also provides the opportunity to accelerate your early career development by giving you the opportunity to work with experienced professionals that have a strong knowledge base from which to learn. **Housing and relocation assistance are not available for this position.** **This fulltime intern position will be available July 2017.** **H1-B and green card sponsorship is not available for this position.** Primary Responsibilities: Performing quantitative and qualitative data analysis Assisting with business development Contributing to reports and business proposals Project management Preparing information for physician provider on-site visits and calls Required Qualifications: Currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in healthcare administration, public health, health policy, business, management, or another related field from an accredited college/university Must be actively enrolled in an accredited college/university during the duration of the internship. Internships are not intended for graduating seniors. Minimum 3.00 cumulative GPA Excellent written and oral communication skills Ability to work in a fast-paced team environment Must be eligible to work in the U.S. without company sponsorship, now or in the future, for employment-based work authorization. F-1 visa holders with Optional Practical Training (OPT) who will require H-1B status, TNs, or current H-1B visa holders will not be considered. H1-B and green card sponsorship is not available for this position. Preferred Qualifications: Junior class level preferred Previous internship experience UnitedHealth Group is working to create the health care system of tomorrow. Already Fortune 6, we are totally focused on innovation and change. We work a little harder. We aim a little higher. We expect more from ourselves and each other. And at the end of the day, we're doing a lot of good. Through our family of businesses and a lot of inspired individuals, we're building a high-performance health care system that works better for more people in more ways than ever. Now we're looking to reinforce our team with people who are decisive, brilliant - and built for speed. Come to UnitedHealth Group, and share your ideas and your passion for doing more. We have roles that will fit your skills and knowledge. We have diverse opportunities that will fit your dreams. Diversity creates a healthier atmosphere: UnitedHealth Group is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law. UnitedHealth Group is a drug-free workplace. Candidates are required to pass a drug test before beginning employment.
    Qualifications:Required Qualifications: Currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in healthcare administration, public health, health policy, business, management, or another related field from an accredited college/university Must be actively enrolled in an accredited college/university during the duration of the internship. Internships are not intended for graduating seniors. Minimum 3.00 cumulative GPA Excellent written and oral communication skills Ability to work in a fast-paced team environment Must be eligible to work in the U.S. without company sponsorship, now or in the future, for employment-based work authorization. F-1 visa holders with Optional Practical Training (OPT) who will require H-1B status, TNs, or current H-1B visa holders will not be considered. H1-B and green card sponsorship is not available for this position. Preferred Qualifications: Junior class level preferred Previous internship experience
    Job Category:Consulting
    Position Type:Internship
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  • Job Title:2017 Fall Congressional Internship Program
    Job ID:53306
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:$3,750 stipend
    Employment Start Date:August 2017
    Job Description:The CHCI Congressional Internship Program (CIP) exposes young Latinos to the legislative process and strengthens their professional and leadership skills, ultimately increasing the presence of Latinos on Capitol Hill and in federal agencies. The program provides college students with a paid placement in a congressional office for a period of 12 weeks (Fall). Promising Latino undergraduates from across the country are selected for this unmatched leadership training program. Students gain work experience, participate in a community service project, and receive educational and professional programming provided by CHCI. After a week-long orientation, interns are assigned to congressional offices where they gain first-hand knowledge of how the U.S. legislative process works. Intern duties may include responding to constituent inquiries, drafting correspondence, monitoring hearings, conducting research, and assisting with general office operations. Interns attend weekly sessions and meet with distinguished leaders from various professional backgrounds, engage in substantive policy discussions, and participate in professional development training. The sessions create an ideal forum for interns to share and exchange ideas with acclaimed leaders. Activities with other intern groups provide opportunities to learn coalition building and foster open dialogue on issues of mutual interest. Through the volunteer component of the program, interns broaden their personal experience with civic engagement and understand the importance of "paying it foward" to the next generation. SELECTED PARTICIPANTS WILL RECEIVE: Congressional Internship Placement Great Pay »» $3,750 stipend - Spring and Fall (12 Weeks) Benefits »» Domestic round-trip transportation to Washington, D.C. »» Housing (All Expenses Covered) »» Optional health insurance* »» Leadership Training, Networking and More * CHCI secures and individuals reimburse CHCI for this service. Academic Credit Interns may be eligible to receive academic credit at their college or university for participating in the program. It is not mandatory to obtain academic credit to participate; however, CHCI
    Qualifications:ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: »» Students must currently be enrolled full time and working towards their undergraduate degree. »» 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.
    Job Category:Government and Policy
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:HACU National Internship Program - Fall 2017
    Job ID:53114
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:PAID
    Employment Start Date:Aug 24, 2017
    Job Description:PAID internships for ALL majors -Work in Washington, D.C., or other major U.S. cities HNIP provides students the opportunity to receive valuable work experience through paid internships with federal agencies and private corporations nationwide. HNIP matches a student's career interests, educational background, and previous work or volunteer experience with the needs and demands of our federal and corporate partners. Students receive paid round-trip airfare, housing arrangement assistance, emergency medical insurance, a weekly stipend, and most attend an intern orientation in Washington, D.C. Throughout the internship, students also participate in a wide range of professional development, networking, and cultural activities. Federal Interns: Pay is based on 40 hours/week Undergraduate; $520 Graduate; $590 Corporate Interns: Corporate interns will be paid salaries similar to federal interns based ona 40 hours/week, at minimum.
    Qualifications:*Be enrolled in a degree-seeking program at an accredited institution in the U.S. or Puerto Rico. Recent graduates are eligible for a limited number of internships. *Have completed freshman year *Be an undergraduate or graduate student *Have a minimum 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale *Be authorized or eligible to work by law in the U.S.
    Job Category:Government and Policy, Other
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Youth Mentor
    Job ID:52964
    No of Openings:4
    Wage/Salary:PAID - Dependent on Education
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Interact with the youth of Sierra County through a variety of educational and recreational activities provided by The Club of Sierra County. Help youth discover their passions, unlock their dreams, and reach their full potential.
    Qualifications:
    Job Category:At Risk Youth Services
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Outdoor Adventure Coordinator
    Job ID:52960
    No of Openings:2
    Wage/Salary:PAID - Dependent on Education
    Employment Start Date:5/1/17
    Job Description:Outdoor Adventure is a summer program that takes school-age kids on adventures to enjoy the sights, sounds, and smells of New Mexico while including lessons on basic survival skills in nature. The Outdoor Adventure Coordinator will be responsible for planning and leading all adventures.
    Qualifications:
    Job Category:Community Social Service and Non-Profits
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Multiple Opportunities - Summer 2018
    Job ID:52840
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:PAID
    Employment Start Date:May 2018
    Job Description:Undergraduate Students: Are you looking for an exciting and challenging internship or cooperative education experience? Consider employment with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) as an undergraduate student. Summer Opportunities: General Internship, Co-op opportunities (listed below) for Summer 2018 will open in January 2017. Applications received before 1 May 2017 will have the highest chances of being selected and completing the clearance process in time for Summer 2018. *Student Programs - Accounting, Budget & Finance *Student Programs - Analysis *Student Programs - Computer Science/Engineering *Student Programs - Contracts & Acquisition *Student Programs - Cyber Security *Student Programs - Data Science *Student Programs - Engineering *Student Programs - Facilities Services *Student Programs - Cartographer, Editor, Graphic or Interactive Designer *Student Programs - Human Resources *Student Programs - Information Management *Student Programs - Information Technology *Student Programs - Logistics & Supply Chain Management *Student Programs - Open Source/Foreign Media Analysis *Student Programs - Scholarship Programs *Student Programs - Security
    Qualifications:◦US citizenship (dual national US citizens are eligible) ◦3.0 GPA or better on a 4.0 scale ◦Foreign language skills and previous international residency are pluses ◦Medical/polygraph examinations and background investigation required ◦Assignments are ONLY in the Washington, DC metro area ◦Because of safety concerns for the prospective applicant, as well as security and communication issues, the CIA Recruitment Center does not accept applications, nor can we return phone calls, e-mails or other forms of communication, from US citizens living outside of the US.
    Job Category:Federal Government
    Position Type:Co-op, Full-Time, Internship, Seasonal/Temporary/Summer
    Applicant Type:Active, Co-op Active
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  • Job Title:Front of House Restaurant Intern
    Job ID:52598
    No of Openings:60
    Wage/Salary:$10.50
    Employment Start Date:05/15/2017
    Job Description:We are offering an Internship program from May 15, 2017 – August 11, 2017 that will provide students with the opportunity to expand their knowledge in the field of hospitality—and determine whether they would like to pursue a career in the restaurant industry. A Front of House Internship gives you the chance to experience various responsibilities within a restaurant; it is not limited to just one position. Your main role will be as a Server Assistant, based on your increased skillset your schedule will also include hosting, receiving and shadowing a Supervisor, Restaurant Manager, and Food & Beverage Directors. During that time, you will also have the opportunity to work alongside an Event Coordinator and Human Resources Manager at our corporate office. Increased work performance throughout your internship will allow you to take on more responsibilities. Individuals who need to meet specific hour requirements will have the opportunity to participate in Meet and Greets and additional Manager shadowing.
    Qualifications:Must be pursuing an associate’s degree or bachelor’s degree in hospitality or a related field Must be 21 years of age or older to serve alcohol Energetic and enthusiastic personality essential Must be able to effectively understand and convey written and verbal information to guests and coworkers Must possess a service orientation – actively looking for ways to help others Basic computer skills are required Will work for extended periods without sitting Required to lift furniture and other heavy items such as dishes up and down stairs Will be required to be available for work on all major holidays Must meet minimum state age requirements Per maritime law, must be a US Citizen or a Permanent Resident
    Job Category:Food & Beverage, Food Service, Hospitality, Restaurant
    Position Type:Co-op, Internship
    Applicant Type:Active, Co-op Active
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  • Job Title:Summer Intern
    Job ID:52581
    No of Openings:5
    Wage/Salary:$11/ hour
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:LandCare is currently accepting applications for our 2017 Summer Internship Program, for all students pursuing a career in the Landscape and Horticulture Industry. The hands-on experience you will receive will be a strong supplement to your training and education and will help you determine your future career path. Our Internship program covers a wide range of specialties that include, but are not limited to: * Landscape Management * Landscape Installation * Hardscape Installation * Irrigation and Water Management * Sales and Estimating The main purpose of an internship is to expose the candidate to as many possible career options as possible and provide them a solid overview of our business. If you are interested in learning more about our Summer Internship Program at LandCare, please visit our website to view our current openings and locations. http://www.landcare.com/careers/
    Qualifications:Enjoy working outdoors, being part of a dynamic team, and delivering quality results for our customers.
    Job Category:Landscaping/Horticulture
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Fall Internship – Rocky Mountain National Park, East side (Estes Park)
    Job ID:52573
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:$225/week + housing
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Fall Internship – Rocky Mountain National Park, East side (Estes Park) Do you enjoy interacting with park visitors and assisting them in understanding and appreciating the park’s natural and cultural resources while living and working in a beautiful mountain setting? As an interpretive intern you would gain experience in presenting thematic interpretative programs, operating visitor centers, and gain knowledge on a variety of topics including wildlife, biology, botany, forest ecology, geology, history and park management. Area Information: Rocky Mountain National Park is located 70 miles northwest of Denver and consists of 415 square miles of high mountain scenery carved and sculpted by glaciers. Wildlife includes elk, bighorn sheep, coyotes, mountain lions, marmots, pikas, black bears and a variety of birds. Trail Ridge Road provides access to the alpine tundra while connecting the east and west sides of the park. Over 90%of the park is designated Wilderness, with over 355 miles of trails available to explore. More information at www.nps.gov/romo or join us on social media sites @RockyNPS. Qualifications: Rocky Mountain National Park seeks college students or recent graduates of exceptional ability with a background in natural or physical sciences, history, communication, education, natural science interpretation, recreation and resources management or a related field. In addition to public speaking skills, the ability to communicate effectively with a wide variety of audiences, and working as a team with park staff and the public are essential skills. Must possess a valid driver’s license and have the ability to work on uneven terrain above 8,000 feet and be a U.S. Citizen. Duties and Responsibilities: Duties include preparing and facilitating up to three or four interpretive natural or cultural history programs to a variety of audiences, answering questions at park visitor centers and communicating current park issues in a professional manner to the public. Additional duties include separate projects related to social media and additional projects as assigned. Interns must have the ability to work as part of team with park volunteers, seasonal and permanent staff, including communicating well with supervisors. Dates of Service: August 20 through November 4. Commitment is forty hours per week including weekends and holidays. Stipend is $225/week plus housing. An initial orientation and training period is provided, followed by on-going mentoring.
    Qualifications:Qualifications: Rocky Mountain National Park seeks college students or recent graduates of exceptional ability with a background in natural or physical sciences, history, communication, education, natural science interpretation, recreation and resources management or a related field. Must possess a valid driver’s license, be a U.S. Citizen and have the ability to work on uneven terrain above 8,000 feet.
    Job Category:Conservation, Customer Service, Farming, Fishing and Forestry, Federal Government, Forestry, Hospitality Consulting, National Parks, Other, Physical and Life Scientists, Tour Guide
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active, Co-op Active
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  • Job Title:Yelp Sales Development Program - Sales Intern Summer 2017
    Job ID:51553
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:$13 Per Hour
    Employment Start Date:June 5, 2017
    Job Description:About Yelp: Since 2004, our mission has been connecting people with great local businesses. We’ve fundamentally changed the way consumers make buying decisions by taking word of mouth online. Yelp brings transparency to the local business market, and we believe in helping consumers make smarter and more informed decisions about where to spend their money. Yelp is seeking Summer interns to work side-by-side with our passionate, hard-working Account Executives. That’s right, each intern will work on the sales floor to learn everything from prospecting new leads, to building relationships, educating clients about Yelp, and even closing deals. We are looking for students who are seeking a career in sales, want to be part of a hard-working team, and are eager for professional development.
    Qualifications:Intern Responsibilities and Expectations: Manage a high volume of leads, conduct introductory calls, educate clients on the power of Yelp, and help close deals Make a high-volume of outbound calls to local business owners, across all verticals, each day (80+) Work within a fast paced team environment 40 hours per week 8 Weeks Must Haves: Currently a Junior pursuing a B.A. or B.S. in Business, Communications, or related field Responsible for securing housing in the vicinity of your assigned office for the duration of the internship Seeking a career within the sales field. Past sales experience relevant to this role is preferred You Also: Are coachable, implement feedback, and are dedicated to consistent self improvement Have demonstrated sales aptitude, with relentlessly high standards (you’re never satisfied with mediocrity) Are assertive, persistent, a good listener, and persuasive Are genuinely curious about people, local business, and possess the innate ability to inspire passion in others Adapt to new situations quickly and think on your feet. When faced with new challenges, or tough conversations, failure simply isn't an option You’ll Get Better Everyday: Comprehensive training everyday Learn communication and sales techniques that will help you to never hear NO again! (Even outside of work) Master the top CRM program, Salesforce.com. Yes, resume bling! Train with current top producers and improve daily with feedback Become an expert in internet advertising and the world of small businesses Ready to apply? Submit your resume through the link provided, as well as a cover letter with your office preference, and describe why you are interested in becoming a Sales Intern with Yelp! Yelp values diversity. We're proud to be an equal opportunity employer and consider qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital or family status, veteran status, medical condition or disability.
    Job Category:Sales, Sales - General, Sales and Marketing, Sales Management
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Conservancy Intern
    Job ID:50070
    No of Openings:4
    Wage/Salary:$150/week, benefits & housing
    Employment Start Date:ongoing
    Job Description:The Conservancy of Southwest Florida has ongoing internships for Seniors and above, with associated majors, in Environmental Education, Environmental Policy, Environmental Science Field Research, Environmental Sea Turtle Research and Special Events & Development. Depending on the particular internship position, activities may include care for live exhibits, work with protected wildlife, teaching ecological classes, animal handling, developing and managing special events, writing research summaries, developing environmental policy statements or field sample processing. Stipends, insurance and housing are provided. See full descriptions of particular internship positions, requirements and application procedures at: http://www.conservancy.org/internships
    Qualifications:U.S. Citizen Driver's License
    Job Category:Administration, Conservation, Education, Event Planning, Hospitality, Life, Physical and Social Sciences, Research, Veterinary
    Position Type:Internship, Seasonal/Temporary/Summer
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Congressional Intern
    Job ID:49667
    No of Openings:3
    Wage/Salary:UNPAID
    Employment Start Date:September
    Job Description:U.S. Senator Tom Udall invites New Mexico college students interested in gaining legislative or press relations experience to apply for spring semester internships in his Albuquerque, Carlsbad, Las Cruces, Portales and Santa Fe offices. Applications due September 5 for the fall session. Applications are due January 6 for the spring session. "Congressional internships provide a unique and engaging opportunity for students to develop their perspective on the federal government and policy," Udall said. "Interns play a vital role in the daily operations of my offices, and I invite college students interested in gaining insight into the inner-workings of Congress or pursuing a career in public service to apply." Internship Duties: • Answer calls and record constituents’ comments, concerns, and questions. This allows students the opportunity to hone their interpersonal and phone skills while engaging constituents and learning about the issues and topics that are important to the community. • Complete research regarding current legislation in the U.S. Senate and other policy topics that are relevant to the Senator’s work in New Mexico. • Draft letters and memos for staff members—an excellent opportunity to strengthen writing skills through practical experience. • Attend meetings in the community with members of the field staff and learn how Field Representatives carry out their work on behalf of the Senator. We make an effort to ensure interns can attend meetings and events that are relevant to their areas of interest. Internships are unpaid. NOTE: Students of all majors are encouraged to apply. Internships MAY count for academic credit and students MUST check with their academic adviser or department head in the 2016 fall semester prior to the start of the Spring 2017 internship in November/December. Students MAY have the option of receiving academic credit through the William Conroy Honors College.
    Qualifications:Applicants must be enrolled and actively pursuing a degree or certificate from an accredited institution during the time of their internship. Minimum Overall GPA: 2.75 Students must complete a minimum of 10 internship hours per week. Our office is open Monday - Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, and we work with interns to create schedules around existing academic commitments.
    Job Category:Government and Policy
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Research Experiences and Internships at the National Energy Technology Laboratory
    Job ID:49266
    No of Openings:100
    Wage/Salary:varies
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The Professional Internship Program is designed to introduce undergraduate and graduate students to the challenges of conducting energy research. It is an opportunity to network with world-class scientists using state-of-the-art equipment and to expand students' knowledge in their field of study while exposing them to new areas of basic and applied research. Participants interact daily with assigned mentors who guide research activities during the internship. These research activities help transition classroom theory into hands-on experience, helping provide answers to today’s pressing scientific questions. Opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students, along with recent master’s and doctoral graduates, to participate in energy related research. NETL onsite research provides: -A flexible, focused research effort that addresses national fossil energy R&D needs -Impartial evaluation of new concepts and materials and expert authoritative review of external R&D proposals -A venue for universities, other Federal agencies (e.g., DOD, NASA), and other research organizations to participate in collaborative research -In-depth expertise in technologies and research methodologies for program planning and management purposes -Hands-on fossil energy technology training for experienced postdoctoral researchers, graduate students, visiting professors, and undergraduate students -A wide-ranging set of university-supported projects on fossil energy research issues.
    Qualifications:Eligibility requirements vary by program. Please refer to website.
    Job Category:Engineering, Engineering - Chemical, Engineering - Civil, Engineering - Computer, Engineering - Electrical and Electronics, Engineering - Environmental, Engineering - Industrial, Engineering - Mechanical, Engineering - Petroleum, Engineering - Physics, Engineering - Plant, Engineering - Plastics/Polymer
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Underwriting Intern (summer 2017 internship)
    Job ID:48811
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:$15.00/hour
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Perform tasks pertaining to the position in a professional setting while allowing the Company to evaluate the participant's qualifications for possible future employment. Our internship program focuses on the following areas: Information Technology, Actuarial, Accounting, Claims, Underwriting, Purchasing, Marketing and Sales. Internships are available during the summer months. Auto-Owners Insurance, a top-rated Insurance Carrier, is seeking an underwriting intern to join our team. The position requires the person to: •Learn various insurance coverages and contracts along with company philosophy and procedures, in order to make underwriting decisions. •Become familiar with company policies, manuals, forms and endorsements in order to understand their meaning and use. •Analyze loss experience, financial conditions and physical characteristics of risks. •Acquire a working knowledge of supporting sections of the underwriting department. •Effectively communicate with independent agents and other employees through verbal and/or written means. Company Description: Auto-Owners Insurance is a mutual insurance company comprised of five subsidiary property and casualty companies and one Life Company. We were formed in 1916; we operate in twenty-six states and are proud to be ranked among the nearly $6 billion. Our corporate headquarters is located in Lansing, Michigan. Auto-Owners Insurance offers a wide range of career opportunities and welcomes candidates from all majors. We offer a friendly work environment, in-depth training, employee mentoring, and an excellent compensation/benefits package. To learn more about career opportunities available please visit our website at www.auto-owners.com
    Qualifications:•Students should be entering their junior or senior year in college. •Ability to organize data, multi-task and make decisions independently. •Above average communication skills (written and verbal). •Ability to resolve complex issues. •An interest in developing product knowledge through participation in approved educational programs. *Please note that the ability to work in the U.S. without current or future sponsorship is a requirement.
    Job Category:Insurance Underwriting & Claims
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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  • Job Title:Claim Representative Intern (summer 2017 internship)
    Job ID:48810
    No of Openings:
    Wage/Salary:$15.00/hour
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Perform tasks pertaining to the position in a professional setting while allowing the Company to evaluate the participant's qualifications for possible future employment. Our internship program focuses on the following areas: Information Technology, Actuarial, Accounting, Claims, Underwriting, Purchasing, Marketing and Sales. Internships are available during the summer months. Auto-Owners Insurance, a top-rated Insurance Carrier, is seeking a motivated individual to join our team as a Claim Representative Intern. The position requires the person to: •Investigate and assemble facts, determine policy coverage, evaluate the amount of loss, analyze legal liability and pay or deny losses. •Become familiar with insurance coverage by studying insurance policies, endorsements and forms. •Work towards the resolution of claims, and may attend arbitrations, mediations, depositions, or trials as necessary. •Ensure that claims payments are issued in a timely and accurate manner. •Service the needs of agents, policyholders and others. •Handle investigations by phone, mail and on-site investigations. Company Description: Auto-Owners Insurance is a mutual insurance company comprised of five subsidiary property and casualty companies and one Life Company. We were formed in 1916; we operate in twenty-six states and are proud to be ranked among the Fortune 500 every year since 2002, with written premium of nearly $6 billion. Our corporate headquarters is located in Lansing, Michigan. Auto-Owners Insurance offers a wide range of career opportunities and welcomes candidates from all majors. We offer a friendly work environment, in-depth training, employee mentoring, and an excellent compensation/benefits package. To learn more about career opportunities available please visit our website at www.auto-owners.com
    Qualifications:•Students should be entering their junior or senior year in college. •Above average communication skills (written and verbal). •Ability to resolve complex issues. •Organize and interpret data. •Ability to handle multiple assignments. •Detailed oriented. *Please note that the ability to work in the U.S. without current or future sponsorship is a requirement.
    Job Category:Insurance Underwriting & Claims
    Position Type:Internship
    Applicant Type:Active
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