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Interns, Interns, Interns, IT and MB Interns needed to start Monday 3/20/2017 across the nation. This is a 4 week, 10 hours a week, paid internship. Please send your resume today (or by COB tomorrow) for a Monday start. If you are not local to one of our offices, we will work out a solution for day one new hire document completion.Talk to you soon!SheilaSheila.Kennedy@Capgemini.com
About Us:Gro Intelligence is changing the way the world understands agriculture. Our cloud-based software, Clews, enables data discovery and access to predictive modeling at a scale never possible before. We’re a quickly-growing global team of agriculture, design, and technology lovers who believe that good agricultural data, like any other form of good infrastructure, helps societies thrive.Our principles are simple: teach, ask, listen and always learn. We are looking for team members that can teach us, listen to what people have to say, ask the tough questions and most importantly be on a constant quest for knowledge.We are looking for highly-motivated, intellectually curious people who are hungry for personal growth. Successful candidates have versatile talents and are excited to work in a fast-paced, demanding, and constantly evolving entrepreneurial environment. We are hiring a Summer Motion Graphic Intern to join our growing internal creative team at our headquarters in New York City. Responsibilities:Work with design and business development teams on creating visually exciting, creative, and informative graphicsMaintain a consistent look and feel with our existing visual languageHelp business development team to create weekly marketing collateral Communicate design ideas clearly with our product and marketing teamsQualifications:Enrolled in undergraduate or graduate program in design related field Proficiency with animating in Adobe After Effects or Final Cut Pro and a strong understanding of 2D motion graphicsMastery of Adobe Photoshop and Abode IllustratorIllustration and graphic design skillsBonus Points:Experience with design collaboration and prototyping tools (InVision, Sketch, Principle, etc)HTML, CSSSpecific coursework in data visualization or user experience
Your Opportunity:Imagine yourself working for the leading independent software provider focused on delivering transformative innovation for the future of all things data. Organizations around the world rely on Informatica to realize their information potential and drive top business imperatives. As an Intern at Informatica, you will be exposed to innovative culture, challenging work and a fast moving, results oriented environment.As an Enablement Communications and Events Intern, you will support the Enablement team and act in various service capacities including working within Learning Management Systems, event coordination, creating reports, internal communication, and other high level administrative support needs.Your ResponsibilitiesEnablement project support:Schedule weekly/monthly webinars for various audiencesWork with business stakeholders to document business processes (with guidance from manager)Create scripts for e-learnings, record system e-learningsSupport the team with content updatesResponsible for various internal communications as neededWork within several Learning Management toolsAttend team calls and meetings when requiredWork toward established goals and key metrics identified by managementProject work and involvement in Enablement ProgramsYour Qualifications:Must be currently enrolled in school pursuing a BS/MS degree in Communications, Business Administration, or similarExpected graduation date between December 2017 and May 2019Strong writing and communication skillsPersonable and well-presented via phone and emailWillingness to learn new skills and business apps (Salesforce, Tableau, etc.)
Analyst Interns at ECHELON are integrally involved in all aspects of the company’s three core businesses: investment banking, private equity, and strategy consulting. ECHELON Analyst Interns are involved in a diversity of related tasks which include sourcing deals; developing and delivering written and oral evaluations of business opportunities; preparing and delivering professional marketing presentations to investors, buyers, sellers, and prospective clients; performing detailed company and industry research; preparing financial models and valuation analyses; participating in due diligence and transaction negotiation sessions; and closely tracking industry trends. ECHELON is committed to establishing and maintaining a unique culture that is based on mutual respect, service excellence, and merit-based achievement. The ECHELON vision is to create a challenging and entrepreneurial environment where individuals can become their best through interaction with talented peers. ECHELON hires the most qualified individuals that share this belief in inter-personal and professional excellence. ECHELON rewards team members based on their individual success and that of the overall organization. ECHELON seeks highly motivated people with outstanding academic credentials and a strong record of extracurricular activity, professional accomplishment, and leadership. It is also important that candidate have a thorough understanding of finance, accounting, economics, and marketing; superior analytical and problem-solving skills; and superb written and oral communication skills. All Analyst Intern candidates must meet the following requirements: ► the ability to work in Manhattan Beach ► demonstrable finance and accounting skills; ► outstanding communication skills; ► a working knowledge of traditional and web-based marketing & graphic design is a plus; ► experience conducting business-oriented research and analysis; ► a high level of motivation and resourcefulness; ► an ability to think strategically and evaluate critical business issues; ► advanced proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook; and the dedication to make a significant contribution to personal development.
In this highly visible role, you will have the opportunity to make a significant impact on Apple Products, and leave a footprint for years to come. We have an opportunity for an accomplished mechanical engineer to lead development, and ramp for a next generation Apple product. Manufacturing Quality Engineer responsibilities include: - Review and provide feedback on design/design intent of components and assemblies. - Set standard manufacturing practices and independently determine impact to design and parameters to the final product. - Partner with internal and external cross-functional teams to evaluate design and processes at concept phase and set expectations for manufacturing processes. - Develop new and/or improved processes for parts and assemblies through the application of theoretical and practical engineering. - Drive corrective actions cross-functionally with internal and external team members. - Provide direction, guidance and resources to other engineering groups and project leaders as well as factory technicians. - Drive design experiments to prove out manufacturing processes or design iterations. - Coordinate all Manufacturing Engineering functions for a program, serving as project manager to lead efforts at supplier locations. - Perform assignments in several of the following manufacturing engineering functions: - Design for Manufacturability - Provide early and on going manufacturing involvement to ensure new products are mechanically manufacturable. - Process Engineering - Design and develop technically complex processes to improve quality and efficiency. Requirements · Pursing degree in Mechanical/Electrical/Industrial Engineering · Working knowledge of Measurement System Analysis · Creative problem solving experience · Program/project management experience · Manufacturing or supplier management experience · Working knowledge of GD&T · Design of Experiments, statistical process control methods and theory · Electrical or display experience a plus · Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English, Mandarin or Korean language skills are a plus but not required
The Center for Democracy in the Americas (CDA) is a non-partisan 501(c)(3) not-for-profit institution that promotes a U.S. policy toward Cuba based on engagement and recognition of Cuba’s sovereignty and relations with Latin America based on mutual respect. Since its founding in 2006, CDA has stood for the proposition that normalized relations with Cuba is in the U.S. national interest and that normalization offers the best opportunity for Cubans to write the next chapter in their own country’s future. CDA offers seasonal internship positions (Fall, Spring, and Summer) for qualified undergraduate candidates. CDA interns work with senior staff – working to change Cuba policy with Members of Congress, planning trips, and communicating our goals with policymakers and the public. In addition to substantive work, interns are also assigned essential administrative duties that build the nuts-and-bolts skills necessary to run a nonprofit organization.The intern will be selected based on knowledge of Latin America policy and history, work experience, Spanish language and computer skills, and academic performance. Preference is given to those candidates who are available to work at least 25 hours per week.Below you will find a description of the kind of candidate we are seeking. We would like interns who are available to begin working in mid-May or June, and last three to four months. Internships are unpaid, but CDA does provide a stipend to interns to help cover transportation costs.We will be accepting applications on a rolling basis until March 15th.We offer internships in three areas: Policy and Advocacy; Communications and Social Media; and Travel Planning and Coordination.At the end of the internship, CDA will complete any evaluations or paperwork necessary for the intern to receive academic credit for their work.Specific DutiesHelp CDA draft and edit the Cuba Central Newsblast and other communications activitiesAssist with preparation for delegations to Cuba, conferences, and other eventsReport on developments in legislation pertaining to CubaAttend and report on meetings of various coalitions interested in lifting the Cuba travel ban, congressional hearings and other meetings pertaining to Cuba.Update and maintain CDA website and social media sitesOther duties as neededRequirementsStrong Attention to detailStrong organizational and communication skillsBasic knowledge of Latin American history and societyInterest in and respect for the current complex political, economic and social situation in CubaFlexibility and willingness to perform clerical tasks with a positive attitudeWorking knowledge of Windows-based programsWorking knowledge of Spanish (highly preferable) How to ApplyCandidates may begin the application process by submitting the following:Cover letter including information on any special skills you would bring to the internship, dates and times of availability, and a ranking of your internship area interests (see above)Resume including referencesShort writing sample in English: 3-5 pages, content should be relevantTranscript(s): may be unofficial, and may come separate from or later than the rest of your materials[OPTIONAL] Recommendation letter(s): may come separate from or later than the rest of your materialsFor questions regarding this internship and to submit application materials, please contact Mx. Alejandrx Urruti at email@example.com.
Location: Mountain View, CA About Samsung Research America (SRA) is composed of 12 research labs based in Mountain View, CA developing next generation technologies spanning all of Samsung Electronics’ business areas including artificial intelligence, computer vision, security, B2B services, digital health and AR/VR. We are first and foremost a research institution, meaning our day-to-day focuses on advancing leading edge technologies, adaptive solutions and novel applications. Job Description The Technology Strategy group is responsible for coordinating with all of the labs at SRA to drive new strategic projects and R&D initiatives for Samsung. Technology Strategists evaluate and make recommendations for new products and business opportunities for Samsung. As part of the 2017 SRA Technology Strategy Internship Class, you will own or have significant impact on various projects within SRA including: 1. Ideate, plan and execute a marquee technology event at SRA. In the past, these events have been industry summits, executive off-sites, hackathons and collaborative design sprints. These high-profile events will facilitate internal relationships and present external facing opportunities with key Samsung partners, startups and the venture community. 2. Help drive a specific strategy project with actionable recommendations which could include new products, new features, new business opportunities, new partnerships and/or internal operational improvements. These projects will be presented to SRA senior management and lab heads at the end of the program. Qualifications and what we are looking for: ‒ M.S. in CS/EE/Management, or MBA ‒ Proven ability to build relationships, coordinate and make meaningful contributions in a cross-functional team environment ‒ A thought leader who has strong analytical skills to provide unique, value-add insights ‒ Technical understanding of the software ecosystem ‒ Effective modeling and analysis skills ‒ Ability to deliver effective presentations to senior management ‒ Willingness to work hard and quickly adapt Apply at: http://samsungresearchamerica.applytojob.com/apply/6h82sa8xhW/17-Samsung-Summer-Internship-Tech-Stra...
Spring 2017 Communications Internship If you are enthusiastic about the advancement of women in politics, then this is the internship for you! At Emerge, you will be an important member of a national network that is transforming the face of American politics. Who We Are Emerge America and the Emerge affiliates share one mission: To increase the number of Democratic women leaders from diverse backgrounds in public office through recruitment, training, and providing a powerful network. Our vision: To change the face of power, politics, and leadership in this country in order to have policies that are responsive to all Americans. Emerge America currently has affiliates in 17 states that have trained over 2,000 Democratic women across the country. Emerge is the only in-depth, six-month training program that inspires women to run and gives them the tools to win. In the November 2016 election, 150 of the 213 Emerge alumnae on the ballot won—a more than 70% win-rate. For more information about Emerge America, visit us online at www.emergeamerica.org. The Opportunity We are seeking a self-motivated intern to play an integral role working with the Communications Director. This program includes a monthly stipend of $1,000. Our participant must commit to a minimum of 20 hours per week from March to May 2017. Our office is located on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Dates/hours can be flexible to accommodate a class schedule and we are happy to work with your school to help you earn college credit. Hours are flexible. Internship applicants must be current students. RESPONSIBLITIES: Assist in writing letters to the editors, op-eds and press releases for distribution to media Help manage website content and updates Help manage social media (Facebook and Twitter) Develop and implement social media initiatives/campaigns Prepare press clips Prepare communications materials (talking points, etc.) Manage press lists Filing and administrative work as needed QUALIFICATIONS: Passionate about the advancement of women in politics Comfortable with Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint Familiar with general office operations Professional and clear communication skills Comfortable speaking over the phone Familiar with social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn How to Apply: Email firstname.lastname@example.org with a cover letter, resume and brief writing sample. Emerge America strives to reflect the diverse communities that we serve. Applicants who contribute to this diversity are strongly encouraged to apply.
Discover a place where powerful technology meets business expertise. Where expert care drives performance and where momentum of one of the nation's leading not-for-profit health plans gives you a head start. APPLY YOUR PASSION TO THE FUTURE OF HEALTH Research is an essential part of what it means to be a learning organization. At Kaiser Permanente, research helps us learn what we need to do to provide better care for our members and promote better health in the community. Scientists, clinicians, and health care professionals work side-by-side to ask and answer questions that make a difference in health today. When we find answers, we translate them into practice. The impact of our work goes beyond conference presentations and scholarly publications. It changes clinical practice, transforms care delivery, and improves health. We are looking for an individual that basic understanding of clinical research principles and processes, ability to critically appraise scientific literature, excellent written communication skills, comfortable with and/or willing to learn how to work with a relatively small data set of study process measures for analysis.
NBBJ is guided by a vision to design for life. We are an award-winning global design and architecture firm, a creative company fueled by ideas, and a place where everyone is empowered to contribute to creating a better practice. Recognized as one of the world’s most innovative architecture firms by Fast Company, we have partnered with some of the world’s leading companies and institutions—Google, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Stanford University and Massachusetts General Hospital, among many others—to set new standards for performance, organizational culture, health and wellness, and technology- and data-driven design. We have an excellent opportunity for you to join NBBJ in a Summer Internship – Workplace Data Visualization role. Our internships are unique, striving to optimize the relationship between learning and meaningful contribution to studio needs. You will be paired with a mentor within your studio or project team and meet monthly with other summer interns via video across our U.S. locations. Based in our Seattle headquarters, the Workplace Data Visualization role sits within our post-disciplinary Workplace Strategy team within the Corporate practice. By joining this team as a graphic design intern, you will gain experience in client-facing design research and strategic engagement - and its visual language - at the front end of workplace design. Projects will vary in size and scope, but each draw on your creative problem-solving skills. This is a full-time, paid internship that will last a minimum of eight weeks to be completed anytime between May and September. If you are passionate about design, willing to take risks and be a part of a high-performing team, we are looking for you. What you will need to Succeed: Fearlessly creative, enthusiastic, inquisitive and passionate about design Collaborative, team-oriented with integrated design and leadership capabilities Possess strong written, verbal and graphic communication skills Have an aptitude for visualizing quantitative and qualitative information using the tools of Adobe Creative Suite, Sketch-up, Tableau, and mind mapping applications Have group facilitation/leadership skills Summer Internship Eligibility: Must be currently enrolled in a U.S.-based higher education program and returning to school in the Fall. Selected candidates will receive a formal offer letter; students not selected will also receive notification via email. Please remember to submit a portfolio of your work to be considered, no larger than 4 MGB. Please visit our Career Center to apply on-line: http://www.nbbj.com/careers/ NBBJ is an Equal Opportunity Employer. M/F Disabled and Vet EEO/AA Employer