Title: College Intern
Info: This PAID internship offers hands-on experience in a wholesale/retail work environment and can lead to career opportunities in management and/or professional outside sales upon graduation. You will have the opportunity to learn basic store operations, gain management skills, and develop sales techniques and customer service skills, as well as increase knowledge in a variety of key business topics such as profit & loss, inventory control, and human resources. Interns will also be exposed to S-W professionals in a variety of functional areas. You'll gain insight on a career in outside sales by traveling with a Sales Representative and spending structured time with your District Management team.
To join our Intern Program, you must have demonstrated leadership ability, as well as work experience in customer service and/or sales. Bilingual candidates welcome.
- Must have a valid Driver’s License
- Must be enrolled in an accredited four year college or university
- Must submit to a background screening which may include driving, credit and criminal history
- Must be legally authorized to work in country of employment without sponsorship for employment visa status (e.g., H1B status)
- Must be willing to work all scheduled hours which may include evenings and weekends, with or without reasonable accommodation. Must be available to work between 30 and 40 hours per week.
The Sherwin-Williams Company is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, age, sexual orientation or any other consideration made unlawful by Federal, State, or Local Laws.
When you join Sherwin-Williams you'll be a part of a company that has a strong commitment to its employees. From our professional work environment to our excellent benefits, to our ongoing training, we take care of the people that make us strong.
Organization: First Investors Corporation
Title: Summer 2012 Financial Services Internship
Apply: by 4/1/12 Email resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate which of our offices you'd be interested in for the summer internship program. www.firstinvestors.com/locations
Info: Majors Desired: Any Major Class Years: Juniors Description : Explore A Career
Through an internship, you can acquire valuable professional experience, enhance your resume and get a leg up on the competition. Internships take place during the school year, as well as during breaks and summer vacations. After completing the program, Interns may even be offered the opportunity to join First Investors on a full-time basis. Although these internships are unpaid, you may be eligible for college credit if your school approves the internship. We invite you to read on to learn more about the Internship Program at First Investors.
Financial Service Internship
Our Financial Services Internship track is designed for the student who has an interest in financial services, but has not yet decided on a specific career path. This program introduces Interns to the important role that financial services representatives play in the lives of their clients.
Representative Shadow Internship
Our Representative Shadow Internship is a 13-week program designed to teach students valuable business skills, while simultaneously allowing them to explore the possibilities of a career in the financial services industry. Representative Shadow Interns work closely with a licensed representative, observing how that representative interacts with clients and grows his or her business. In this capacity, you will learn how a representative organizes and updates client information, prepares investment proposals, executes retirement and college needs analyses, and prepares correspondence. Interns will also assist representatives in carrying out various administrative tasks integral to their duties.
Organization: Adams Mark Hotel
Title: MIT (Manager in training) Internship
Apply: email@example.com Deadline: 05/02/2012
Info: Majors Desired: Any Major Class Years: All class years Description :. The purpose of Manager in Training Program (MIT) is to provide a continuous supply of potential first line, entry-level managers. The MIT program will be used to attract talented and highly motivated college students that are interested in building a career in the hospitality industry. The 14 week training program will provide the MIT with the overall big picture of the Adamâ€™s Mark Hotel, as well as in-depth training within the Hotel. MIT participants will be trained in departmental operations, decision making skills, communication skills, and Adamâ€™s Mark policies and procedures.
Each MIT applicant will be required to submit an application, proof of class standing, faculty recommendation, and certificate of liability coverage. The General Manager and Director of HR will interview MIT applicants. An interview form must be completed by management, which states why the candidate would be a match for the MIT program.
Real world industry experience. Able to develop a culture to high standards, excellent quality, and customer responsiveness. Opportunity to be hired at a Visions Hotel after program completion.
Title: Intern - Content Art/ Digital Media
Location: East Aurora
Info: Majors Desired: Digital Media Creation Graphic Design Illustration Class Years: Upperclassmen or graduate level Description :. Content Art Internship Primary function: Assist art staff with content art execution and documentation. Create aesthetic executions for a diverse range of electronic products servicing design, marketing, engineering and audio development teams within Fisher-Price. Please note: this internship is not for Industrial design. This internship will focus on digital media creation. Possible tasks may include: Flash animation prototypes, creating layouts and graphics for presentations, illustrating vector and bitmap art for game animations, documentation of art processes and cataloging and archiving graphics
'Upper classman or graduate level studying digital media, animation, illustration or graphic design 'Advanced drawing skills. 'Intermediate computer skills: Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop, Flash. 'Adobe After Effects, Final Cut Pro and other art related programs helpful. 'Working knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint 'PC and Mac knowledge 'Good Communication and interpersonal skills; the ability to work effectively with people on many levels and within a team environment. 'An interest in children's toys and video games. Please apply on line at www.fisher-price.com FISHER-PRICE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Assist art staff with content art execution and documentation. Create aesthetic executions for a diverse range of electronic products servicing design, marketing, engineering and audio development teams within Fisher-Price.
Organization: Dorm Co
Title: Intern to CEO
Info: Majors Desired: Business or desire to run a business Class Years: All class years Description DormCo.com is a 2 year old online retail company that is growing fast. As a small business with only a handful of employees there is tons to do and so much that just can't get done. DormCo is seeking an Intern that can handle every task and job thrown their way. This person must have a high level of attention to detail and a strong work ethic. With those traits combined with natural business skills it is the goal to turn this internship position into a future CEO level position. In small business a CEO does everything, delegates projects or can do everything because they are the most skilled, knowledgable in all areas. It takes time to reach this level of ability, but DormCo is seeking an intern with the want and drive to get to that level. Responsibilities: Everything & Anything needed to run a small business. Tasks include: Content Writing (Product descriptions, blogs, articles, press releases) Marketing (Running Facebook & Twitter, Blogs Partners/Affiliates, Trade Show Prep) Customer Service (Phones/Emails) Web Content (Uploading new products to the DormCo store) Company needed tasks - Could include anything a small business needs
Title: Small Business Assistant / Content Writing / Marketing / Web Content Management
Info: Majors Desired: Business or desire to run a business Class Years: All class years Description DormCo.com is a 2 year old online retail company that is growing fast. As a small business with only a handful of employees there is tons to do and so much that just can't get done. This is a true Internship in every sense of the word. If awarded the position you will be in the office next to the sole owner of the company as he works on daily activities and overall projects. You will be given the opportunity to take on projects and tasks... some of which you may even come up with on your own. Have a great marketing idea... we can try it. Want to adjust the way something is done... why not. In small business there is no red tape to stop ideas and work from getting done. No meetings to vote on your idea or no other wastes of time that can burn a day. At DormCo.com, 99% of the time is spent getting real work done and advancing the company. As an intern you can get a first hand look at this wild business world and you can work on stuff that actual matters. ... no getting the boss coffee here!! :)
The daily work will focus on inputting new products, content writing for the website's products, social marketing activities and of course daily tasks such as customer service and whatever else is needed in any given day.
Not sure you can do the job? Yes, You can. The general philosophy here is that anyone can do any job just as long as they have a good attitude, want to learn and are ready to work hard. If you want to put the time and effort in, you'll not only learn it, but you will become an asset to the company and more than likely be offered a full time job upon the internship completion.
Responsibilities: Everything & Anything needed to run a small business.
Content Writing (Product descriptions, blogs, articles, press releases)
Marketing (Running Facebook & Twitter, Blogs Partners/Affiliates, Trade Show Prep)
Customer Service (Phones/Emails)
Web Content (Uploading new products to the DormCo store)
At the end of the internship there is potential to be hired full time.
Organization: Gelston Castle Estate
Title: DESIGN INTERN - SPRING / SUMMER
Info: Majors Desired: Studio Arts, Design, Architecture majors (preferred) Class Years: All class years Description: Gelston Castle Estate is seeking an architectural design intern to work with the development team. Primary responsibilities will include materials sourcing, working on land use planning documents, assisting surveying team and assembly of specification for Homeowners Operating Agreement. Opportunities to work on design of building and the interior renovations of existing building also possible. Support development team with research of manufacturers and specifications
- Assist in surveying work - Assist Legal team with assembly of HOA - Assist Developers with Town Board meetings
- Maintain detail notes of meetings, materials and specification requirements - Assist drafting of Building Design / Interior Renovation plans for existing buildings - Studio Arts, Design, Architecture majors (preferred)
- Possess excellent written and verbal communication - Possess multi-tasking and coordination experience
- Passion for art; actively involved in the art community - Demonstrate attention to details while maintaining perspective - Have working knowledge of AutoCAD, Adobe Photoshop, basic HTML, MS Office Suite - must be able to draft plans!
Organization Name: The Nature Conservancy
Title: Ecological Restoration Crew Member
Apply: www.nature.org/careers Position number 39734 by March 10, 2012. Please submit resume and cover letter as one document. All sections of online application must be completed (e.g. work experience and education, even if information is included in resume) to be considered for a position.
Info: Mary Pappa Job Description: The Ecological Restoration Crew Member will help implement restoration and ecological management projects within the biologically rich and ecologically important eastern Lake Ontario dune and wetland system. Successful candidates will collect vegetation and bird data, will inventory and map the presence of early detection/rapid response invasive plant species and where appropriate implement control techniques to prevent their further establishment and spread. These positions will work closely with other TNC staff, regional partners and contractors to accomplish project tasks. Housing will be provided by TNC COMPLEXITY/PROBLEM SOLVING: • Consults with supervisor to develop plans for resolution of unusual or complex problems. DISCRETION/LATITUDE/DECISION-MAKING: • Consults supervisor on unusual or complex issues • Makes day-to-day decisions as delegated by supervisor. RESPONSIBILITY/OVERSIGHT – FINANCIAL AND SUPERVISORY: • Receives detailed instructions to complete required tasks • May work under close supervision or infrequent supervision • Supervises no staff, but may help plan and direct work groups, including other staff or volunteers. COMMUNICATIONS/INTERPERSONAL CONTACTS: • Ability to convey work instructions to other crew members, including volunteers. • Ability to function productively as a member or leader of a work team. WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL EFFORT: The Invasive Species Crew Member may work in variable weather conditions, at remote locations, on difficult and hazardous terrain, and under physically demanding circumstances. These conditions may: • require considerable physical exertion and/or muscular strain • present frequent possibility of injury • require long hours in isolated settings Qualifications: BASIC QUALIFICATIONS: • High school diploma and at least one year’s training in science-related field or related experience in land management • Experience in recognizing New York flora and fauna • Experience operating various types of equipment (ATV, 4-wheel drive truck, canoe) • Experience performing physical work. • Valid driver’s license and clean driving record ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The Ecological Restoration Crew Members will participate in biological monitoring, invasive species identification, mapping and control. This may include one or more of the following functions: • Use GPS technology for tracking species locations and control activities • Conducts plant and animal monitoring • Ensures consistent and quality ecological data collection and management. • Removal of exotic species and/or conducts species monitoring • Maintains tools and equipment REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: • High school diploma and 1-2 years training in science-related field or related experience in land management. • Experience with ecosystem restoration, invasive species control and herbicide control techniques preferred. • Ability to recognize plant species as required after field training to complete control activities. • Ability to operate various types of equipment in a safe and efficient manner (e.g.; lawn mower, ATV, two-way radio, portable hand and back-pack sprayers) • Ability to work independently and effectively with minimal supervision. • Ability to perform physical work, sometimes under adverse conditions or in inclement weather • Working knowledge of GPS technology. • Reliable transportation to get to job sites • Ability to help plan and direct work groups, including other staff or volunteers
Title: Ecological Restoration Crew Member – Invasive
Apply: www.nature.org/careers Position number 39736 by March 10, 2012. Please submit resume and cover letter as one document. All sections of online application must be completed (e.g. work experience and education, even if information is included in resume) to be considered for a position.
Info: Mary Pappa
Title: Ecological Education/Outreach Coordinator
Apply: www.nature.org/careers Position number 39735 by March 10, 2012. Please submit resume and cover letter as one document. All sections of online application must be completed (e.g. work experience and education, even if information is included in resume) to be considered for a position.
Info: Mary Pappa
Organization Name : RAND Corporation
Title: Summer Qualitative Research Associate
Apply: Applicants should send a CV and cover letter to: Dahlia Lichter
Info: Job Description: The RAND Corporation is a nonprofit institution that helps improve policy and decision making through research and analysis. We focus on the issues that matter most such as health, education, national security, international affairs, law and business, and the environment. Our research is commissioned by a global clientele that includes government agencies, foundations, and private-sector firms. Approximately 1,600 people from more than 50 countries work at RAND's offices in North America, Europe, and the Middle East, representing diversity in work experience; academic training; political and ideological outlook; and race, gender, and ethnicity. Project Overview: The Wallace Foundation has asked the RAND Corporation to evaluate summer learning programs that are provided by the school district in Boston, Dallas, Duval County, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, and Rochester. The evaluation will focus on several aspects of the summer learning programs, including planning, management, logistics, academic quality, enrichment experiences, stakeholder satisfaction, and student participation and outcomes. Data will be collected via interviews, observations, and surveys; we will also analyze district data on student outcomes. The evaluations are formative in nature; feedback will be provided to the districts in an October evaluation report. Position Description: RAND Education seeks a Research Associate to work with a team of experienced education researchers on an assessment of 2012 elementary level summer learning programs. The position is 30-40 hours per week for an 8-week period coinciding with the city and/or district summer programs [dates TBD]. In addition, there is one week of required training on interview and observation methods. The training will be provided in Pittsburgh and travel expenses will be reimbursed.
Tasks include conducting interviews with summer school site coordinators and teachers, conducting observations of classroom instruction and enrichment activities; maintaining ongoing contact with key district and school representatives; coordinating and scheduling interviews and observations; observing operations and logistics, distributing and coordinating survey; and working collaboratively with the RAND project team. Qualifications: Successful candidates will be organized, professional, thoughtful, thorough, and disciplined researchers with excellent communication skills. Graduate student with qualitative research training. Experience conducting interviews is required. Experience teaching and performing classroom observations is preferred. The candidate will be required to provide their own transportation to and from the various school sites. Wage/Salary: Salary is commensurate with experience.
Title: Softgoods/Industrial Engineering Intern, Softgoods Print Intern, Digital Media Intern, Marketing Intern, Audio Intern, etc.
Employer: New Era Cap
Title: Human Resource Intern, Inventory Management Intern, IT Intern, etc.
Apply: submit a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with the title of the internship in the subject line.
Employer: North American Breweries
Title: Marketing Internship
Info: This intern will contribute to the day-to-day success of the North American Breweries brands by providing administrative and project support to the full marketing team.
Employer: Northwestern Mutual Financial Network
Title: Marketing Internship
Info: Assist the Director of Recruitment and Selection with sourcing new candidates, schedule interviews, manage correspondence, etc.
Apply: email resume to Mackenzie Gotshall at: email@example.com or call 716-626-4561 to inquire.
Employer: Rich Products Corporation
Title: Finance Internship
Info: Responsibilities include but are not limited to supporting the Finance Business Partners on various projects supporting Operational Analysis, Network Analysis and Financial Forecasting.
Employer: Roswell Park Cancer Institute
Title: AIDS Hotline Counselor
Info: Answers AIDS Hotline, HIV Counseling Hotline and Prison HIV Hotline telephone calls; counsels callers on aspects of HIV/AIDS/STDs and provide referrals for HIV-related services.
Apply: online or email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org