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The Spring Design intern will assist with all facets of our Creative Department. This is the group responsible for all VIZ Media artwork, including that for VIZ Media graphic novels, DVD packaging, product development, marketing, and online.Candidates MUST be currently enrolled in an accredited college, university, or graduate school program, OR have graduated within one year of the start of the internship.PRIMARY DUTIES• Organizes and catalogs artwork archive• Conducts proof tracking• Scans artwork, creates clipping paths, and touches up artwork• Performs data copying and filing• Provides general design support and assignments based on skill level• Conducts simple page layout and production duties• Assists in helping prep files for printers.• Other duties as assignedMINIMUM ABILITY, SKILL AND KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS• Basic design skills, including use of a scanner and knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite - InDesign and Photoshop STRONGLY PREFERRED.• Computer literate with Mac systems. Must have basic computer office skills including spreadsheet, database, word processing, CD burning, web browsing, etc.• Experience/Interest in graphic design, media publishing, comics industry and Japan pop culture• Proficient command of English grammar and spelling (proofing/copy editing skills preferable)• Familiarity with the print production process a PLUS• Knowledge of Japanese, Spanish or French language a PLUS• General knowledge of manga/anime helpful, but extensive knowledge is not needed• Proficiency with computer usage, including email, Internet, and standard software• Ability to speak, read, and write effectively in English• Ability to pay strong attention to detail• Ability to prioritize and balance multiple projects simultaneously• Ability to manage time effectively and meet deadlines• Ability to communicate and interact professionally with culturally diverse clients, providers, and staff• Ability to work effectively in a small organization with an emphasis on teamwork• Ability to work legally in the United States• Ability to live in/commute to the San Francisco Bay AreaALL INTERNS MUST:• be currently enrolled in an accredited college, university, or graduate school program, OR have graduated within one year of the start of the internship.• be able to commute to our San Francisco office (94103).• be legally available to work in the United States.• be at least 18 years of age at the time of the start of the internship.• be available to work Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays between the hours of 10:00am to 5:00pm (specific schedule TBD), to a max of 24 hours.COMPENSATION AND SCHEDULE• This position will be compensated at a rate of $15 per hour.• This internship will be a part-time position. All applicants MUST be able to work Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays between the hours of 10:00am to 5:00pm (specific schedule TBD), to a max of 24 hours.• The Spring internship schedule will run approximately 18-20 weeks, from January through May (with start/end flexibility depending on school schedule).• VIZ Media interns are not eligible for standard VIZ Media benefits.
The ODE Internship Program is designed to provide work opportunities and practical learning experience for undergraduate college and graduate students in order to enhance their academic preparation and expose them to public service at the county level. This program is offered every fiscal year from September to June. Interns work 16-20 hours per week and are paid with a stipend funded by the Mental Health Services Act. For more information, please contact Briana Evans at email@example.com or 650-372-6138.
The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco believes in the diversity of our people, ideas, and experiences and are committed to building an inclusive culture that is representative of the communities we serve. Invest in your future and consider joining the Growing Opportunity for Leadership and Diversity (GOLD) program. Our paid internship program will offer you the opportunity to work on projects that support the Bank’s business and impact the national economy. GOLD Interns may have the opportunity to apply their project management, research, and analytical skills to jobs in departments such as: Supervision & Regulation, Cash Services, Statistics, Public Affairs, Community Engagement, People + Culture, Audit, and Economic Research to name a few. Please note if there is specific department of interest to you we recommend the steps highlighted below. Otherwise cover letters are not required. Submit a resumeInclude a cover letter containing the following: Select the top two departments you are interested in interviewing with and why you should be considered for those areas.
RESPONSIBILITIES Strategy & Messaging:Join weekly client strategy calls and help take notesContent Creation:Manage and monitor online social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, etc.)Audience Engagement:Monitor, track, and analyze daily news activity in relevant client industries (clean energy, finance, transportation and/or connectivity) Create media briefs Thought Leadership:Research and maintain client thought leadership dashboard for conferences & awards Update client speaker bios with newly secured eventsQUALIFICATIONSA Bachelor of Arts (B.A) degree and a demonstrated track record of positive resultsInterest in future-tech, clean energy, finance, transportation, health & aerospaceHigh level of comfort and effectiveness communicatingSocial media experience, beyond Facebook and TwitterAbility to manage multiple deadline-driven activities without missing a beatDesign sensibilities and Adobe Suite experience are a plusAvailable 30-40 hrs/weekMissionCTRL, Inc. is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Position: Junior Giants Intern Reports To: Junior Giants Manager, Giants Community Fund Department: Giants Community Fund (Communications) Duration: January - October 2018 Position Summary: Provide comprehensive support for daily administrative duties and large events relating to the Junior Giants program, a free, non-competitive baseball and Character Development program for over 24,000 underserved youth in 90 communities. Position Responsibilities: Assist in the administration of annual ordering/shipping/inventory of all baseball equipment and uniforms Organize the collection of required paperwork from Junior Giants Commissioners Support Junior Giants Managers and Coordinators in scheduling and participating in league meetings and tracking league goals Assist in ballpark events including but not limited to various homeplate ceremonies, Commissioners Conference and Meeting, Ambassador Orientations, Junior Giants Festival, Appreciation and Recognition Nights, Junior Giants Glove Drive, Coaches Clinics and Junior Giants Day and Nights. Assist with Giants Community Fund major events and fundraisers Administer ticketing for Junior Giants activities at AT&T Park Assist with tracking and communication to Harmon and Sue Burns Junior Giants Scholars Review and monitor online tracking system of league-wide programs Maintain Junior Giants relationship with nonprofit partners Coordinate annual overnight summer camp program Manage Junior Giants Social Media channels Knowledge and Skills: Must be currently enrolled in a college or university Community service and volunteer experience required Sports industry and/or non-profit program experience preferred Strong interpersonal and communication skills required Minimal travel required. Must have an active Driver’s License. Ability to work independently on tasks and deadlines Ability to take direction from multiple Community Fund Staff Members Ability to work effectively with volunteers and staff on events and projects Proficient in Microsoft Office, specifically Excel Ability to work 30+ hours/week, including some nights and weekends, especially during the baseball season. To apply, please submit to firstname.lastname@example.org your cover letter & resume in a PDF attachment. The name of the attachment should be your First and Last name. Refer to“ICF59202-Junior Giants Intern” in the subject field. Deadline to apply is Friday, October 27, 2017.
Vectra Networks delivers a new class of real-time threat detection and advanced analysis of active network intrusions. Vectra Networks picks up where perimeter security leaves off using AI to provide deep, continuous analysis of both internal and Internet-facing network traffic for all phases of the attack progression as attackers attempt to breach, spy, spread, and steal within networks. Vectra directly analyzes network traffic in real time using combination of patent-pending data science, machine learning, and behavioral analysis to detect attacker behaviors and user anomalies in the network. All detections are algorithmically correlated and prioritized to show an attack in context, and Vectra Networks' machine learning adapts as attacks evolve.Position Overview:Apply cutting edge machine learning, artificial intelligence, and modeling techniques to stop hackers in real time as they attack networks. As part of the data science internship program, you will directly impact the product by developing new methods using cutting edge techniques to detect malicious and anomalous behaviors on the network. We are looking for qualified undergraduate and graduate interns eager to learn and deliver a project that will be used in the product Qualifications:Undergraduate or Graduate major focusing on Computer Science, Engineering, or similar computational disciplinePython programming experienceStrong machine learning knowledge and/or mathematical foundations with experience solving tough, real-world problemsExcellent collaboration skills
Beautylish is offering a unique 4 month rotational merchandising internship that will take you through multiple departments within the company and offer invaluable perspective into a startup atmosphere and the cosmetics industry. Our ideal candidate is highly motivated, excited to learn about all facets of the company, is well-versed in beauty products, and has long-term career goals in merchandising or marketing.This internship is reflective of our integrated business model, which values every level of contribution and encourages employees to view their roles in relation to the goals and processes of every department within the company.You will start by spending 5 weeks in our Fulfillment Center in South San Francisco in hands-on roles with our Inventory and Fulfillment teams, where you will gain frontline experience with our exceptional standards and attention to detail.Next you will spend 1 week working alongside our Beauty Advisors, where you will witness and practice our core service values in our most direct interactions with customers.Lastly, you will spend 10 weeks working at our offices in San Francisco where you will learn the inner workings of our Merchandising department, assisting with everything from managing new release calendars to product placement on the site and demonstrating full knowledge of how those decisions affect every department you’ve moved through.Responsibilities will include:Audit product and brand database for updates and accuracyProduct setup and asset gatheringAssist with community initiatives to gather constructive product reviewsParticipate in brand and product launch planning sessionsCreate and manage product release calendarsContinually improve and communicate processes to support the merchandising teamPick, pack, and ship customer ordersManage, receive, count, and inspect incoming inventory shipmentsUpdate and maintain SKU databaseProvide exception customer service via email, live chat, and phoneQualities we look for include:Customer and service-focused mentalityHigh motivation and a 'do what it takes' attitudeAbility to learn quickly and apply knowledge in new and changing environmentsObsessed with organization and achieving project deadlines with strong attention to detailAbility to work independently and juggle multiple projects in a fast paced environmentExcellent written communication skillsA broad range of product knowledge from drugstore to prestige beauty productsProficient in spreadsheets (e.g. Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets)Pursuing or completed Bachelors degreeAlready a fan of BeautylishRequirements:Must be available for 16 consecutive weeks beginning in November, including through the holiday seasonFull time hours (40+) preferred; part time hours (25-30) may be consideredMust be able to commute reliably to our South San Francisco warehouse and Financial District officeMust be able to lift 25+ lbs and stand for long periodsMust be eligible to work in the USThis is a paid internship with the potential to become a permanent position. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and should be submitted as soon as possible.
Primary ResponsibilitiesWe offer internships in several of our departments including Multifamily Finance, Capital Markets, FHA Finance, Asset Management, Servicing, Investment Sales, Marketing, Internal Audit and Human Resources. Responsibilities vary by department but are likely to include:Attending commercial real estate trainingsConducting various research assignmentsSpread rent rolls and operating statementsHandle vendor engagementPreparing detailed analysesShadowing department members and participating in department meetingsCompleting administrative tasks:File maintenance and organizationData entrySupporting special projectsPerforming other duties as required and assignedEducation and ExperienceMust be enrolled full-time and pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in an undergraduate program at an accredited universityMust be entering your Senior year (graduating in 2019)Must be at least 18 years of age and eligible to work in the U.S.Must have at least a 3.0 cumulative GPABe able to provide a copy of your college transcripts upon requestKnowledge, Skills and AbilitiesSuccessful candidates will have shown a sustained record of accomplishment, demonstrating academic excellence and leadership, in addition to the following:Have a passion for learning about commercial real estateBe a team player and self-starterHave strong communication skills and personal driveBe willing to do what it takes to contribute to the bottom lineStrong attention to detailDeveloped organizational and time management skillsDemonstrated analytical skillsDemonstrated professional maturityAbility to take initiative and work independentlyProficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint EEO StatementWalker & Dunlop is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on race, color, national origin, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, sex, disability, veteran or military status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.
Interns in this geographically-distributed REU program have the opportunity to participate in research using Rosetta Commons software. The Rosetta Commons software suite includes algorithms for computational modeling and analysis of protein structures. It has enabled notable scientific advances in computational biology, including de novo protein design, enzyme design, ligand docking, and structure prediction of biological macromolecules and macromolecular complexes. Students learn the inner details of the Rosetta C++ code and community coding environment. Students research in a molecular modeling and design laboratory, developing new algorithms and discovering new science. Interns are mentored by faculty and graduate interns. The program:One week of Rosetta Code School (June 4 through June 8) where you will learn the inner details of the Rosetta C++ code and community coding environment, so you are fully prepared for the summer!8 weeks of hands-on research in a molecular modeling and design laboratory, developing new algorithms and discovering new science.The summer will finish with a trip to the Rosetta Conference in the gorgeous Cascade Mountains of Washington State, where you will present your research in a poster and connect with Rosetta developers from around the world. The conference will be held from August 6 through August 10. This program is supported by NSF. Interns will receive housing, paid travel expenses, and a stipend. Eligibility:College Sophomores or Juniors preferredMajor in computer science, engineering, mathematics, chemistry, biology, and/or biophysicsAvailable for at least 10 weeks during the summer of 2018. Interest in graduate schoolU.S.citizens, permanent residents, and U.S. nationals are eligible. While not required, we seek candidates with some combination of experiences in scientific or academic research, C++/Python/*nix/databases, software engineering, object-oriented programming, and/or collaborative development (git).
We are launching a brand new dermatology practice in southern Marin in the fall of 2017! This is an exciting opportunity to learn about starting a beautiful medical practice, dedicated to positive patient experiences. Great fit for a premed student with 1-2 gap years who wants hands-on experience with patients in the medical field. The physician: I am a vibrant and engaging female board-certified dermatologist who loves to mentor and teach. I would like to partner with my medical assistant, brainstorm together, create exciting new business ideas, and execute them efficiently. I am warm and approachable, offering constructive feedback regularly in a supportive manner. My educational background includes Harvard, MIT, Johns Hopkins, and UC Davis. My prior premed interns have gone on to medical school at Columbia, UCSD, U. Arizona, Torro, and Hershey.Responsibilities: rooming patients, taking a medical history, listening closely and scribing detailed notes rapidly, writing prescriptions, setting up for and assisting in biopsies and surgeries, bandage changes, recording pathology in log books, calling patients with results, answering phone calls, scheduling appointments, updating patient forms, creating educational handouts, and other administrative duties. Qualifications: We will provide you with detailed dermatology notes to educate yourself for the fast-paced role of scribing. No prior training or medical experience necessary for self-motivated candidates. Schedule is part-time: (22-24 hours/week)• Tuesdays and Wednesdays: full time at the office from about 9am-7:30pm (~10 hour days)• Mondays and Thursdays: 1-2 hours of work from home (two 1-2 hour days)Compensation: $20-25/hour, depending on experienceLocation: Gorgeous new office with sunny, expansive water views! In Mill Valley, adjacent to freeway, 8-10 minute drive from SF.Interested? Next Steps: Please email your CV/resume and a brief paragraph describing your long term career goals to email@example.comAbout Zand DermatologyDr. Zand has been practicing dermatology in Marin since 2009. Zand Dermatology is a new derm office launching in the fall of 2017! Our practice will provide medical, cosmetic and surgical dermatology services.
The Role This person will work with Tesla’s engineering teams to create and refine diagnostic procedures and documentation for use by non-engineers. They’ll improve editorial and visual standards for documentation and recommend new designs, layouts and formatting as needed. Responsibilities · Create and update diagnostic information and procedures contained in the diagnostics database. · Follow up with various engineering and quality teams to gather technical information. · Understand problems and communicate them effectively. · Validate information for accuracy, and use a routing and review process for document approval. · Analyze available data to create and maintain concise, effective relationships between content. Requirements · Working towards Bachelor’s degree, preferably in English, Engineering, or Computer Science. · Must be able to edit and create documentation that is accurate, complete, clear, specific, and as concise as possible. · Excellent application of best practices in writing and documentation; accurate spelling and grammar are a must. · Experience with various communications media and advanced formatting and presentation skills. · Experience in automotive repair or automotive engineering (design or testing) preferred but not required. · Must be able to extract and comprehend system operation from typical engineering documentation from both a software and mechanical perspective. (schematics and subsystem specification docs) · High level of interpersonal communication skills. · Ability to collaborate in a team environment. · Pro-active team player who thinks ahead, plans, and suggests solutions. · Good problem-solving skills. · Positive attitude toward changes and inevitable mid-project course corrections. · Strong capacity for both logical and creative thinking. · Must be organized, detail-oriented, able to multi-task, and evaluate priorities. · Self-directed and able to work independently with minimal supervision. · This role is available across various Tesla locations, including headquarters in Palo Alto, CA, the factory in Fremont, CA, and Gigafactory 1 in Sparks, NV – must be able to relocate for the duration of your internship. /span>
Overview Clarkston Consulting is looking for motivated, self-driven students who are energized by team success and are always eager to learn new things to join us this summer as Associate Consulting Interns. During Clarkston’s 8 to 10 week internship program, you will be a part of our Implementation Strategic Business Unit and have the unique opportunity to experience a consulting role with a leading consumer products, and life sciences consulting firm. You will be able to work directly with our current client project teams and help contribute to some of Clarkston’s most strategic initiatives. Your Day-to-Day Throughout the program, you will be able to participate in the unique culture that differentiates our consulting firm from our competitors. While specific roles will vary, you will share the same responsibilities as a full-time consultant. Our consulting interns work side-by-side with other Clarkston stewards of all levels to support projects and develop innovative solutions. You will also be paired with one of the firm’s Partners as a sponsor and a Manager, who will act as a mentor and guide for your continued development. Clarkston’s internship experiences may include, but are not limited to: Partnering with Clarkston stewards of all levels to help deliver valuable client solutions in Clarkston’s industry leading Implementation Practice Supporting Clarkston leaders in developing thought leadership for the consumer products and life sciences industries Working with Clarkston leaders on special projects in the Operations Consulting, Implementation Consulting, or Management Consulting Practices. Key Responsibilities Clarkston’s Internship program is an intense learning experience that provides opportunities to interact with both consultants and client teams on the job as well as during social events, along with the ability to add value to our varied internal initiatives. You will work in a variety of roles that require flexibility and adaptability. Your responsibilities may include: Assisting with project duties such as requirements gathering, gap analysis, and solution design to help define new business processes or technical solutions Providing general support and business systems analysis for our clients Assisting with creation of training materials for end-users, including sharing of best practices Gathering requirements and conducting research and financial analysis for new strategic internal projects Helping with, conducting, and documenting analysis for white papers shared with clients highlighting our industry experience and vertical strategy. Throughout the course of the program, you will receive informal feedback, coaching, and mentoring to help prepare you for a professional career. Formal performance feedback at the program’s conclusion will also be delivered. Success in Clarkston’s Internship program may lead to an offer of full-time employment post-graduation. What We’re Looking for At Clarkston Consulting, your degree is only part of your potential. Your passion, commitment, drive, interpersonal skills, work experience, and leadership roles are more critical than your major. We are looking for students with strong analytical, research, and problem solving skills and do not exclude based on degree. Math, Engineering, Business, Economics – even Biology majors have been successful in our firm! Ultimately, we are looking for someone energized by team success, with an exceptional work ethic, who thrives in an entrepreneurial environment. Our Internships are offered in the following locations: Durham, North Carolina, the NJ metro area, San Francisco, California, Boston, Massachusetts, and Atlanta, Georgia. Please note, while this position is paid, relocation is not available. Who We Are Founded in 1991, Clarkston Consulting delivers technology and management solutions to market leaders in the life sciences and consumer products industries. At Clarkston, we drive success --- for our clients, for our consultants, and for our firm. Our culture and our people are our biggest strength. At Clarkston we utilize a team approach leveraging our collective expertise and industry knowledge to solve our clients’ business challenges. Visit www.joinclarkston.com to learn more about our culture, benefits, and opportunities. We hope you’ll join us!
Investment Banking- Latin America Group, Summer Analyst, New York You're the brains behind our work. You're ready to bring your knowledge from the classroom to the boardroom; and Citi wants to help you get there. Whether it's honing your skills or building your network, we know that success can't come without growth. Our programs equip you with the knowledge and training you need to play a valuable role on your team; and establish a long-term career here. At Citi, we value internal mobility, and career growth is not a question of if, but when. Citi's Institutional Clients Group (ICG) is looking for Summer Analysts to join the Investment Banking Latin America team in NAM. The Investment Banking group provides sector expertise and strategic advisory solutions, including mergers & acquisitions, capital raising and other strategic financings to corporate, financial service and public sector clients. We provide you with knowledge and skills you need to succeed. We're committed to teaching you the ropes. The 10 week Summer Analyst program starts in June and begins with a 1 week training program. Summer Analysts often return to Citi after graduating from college to become full-time Analysts and continue their careers in Investment Banking. We have more than 50 professionals in the LatAm group located in our offices in NY; Sao Paulo and Mexico City. This position is to join the LatAm team in New York City. Your time here will look something like this: Collect and analyze company information to assist transactions, including conducting industry research, revising, and organizing financial dataAnalyze financial data and develop financial models including company valuations, discounted cash flow analysis, financing, and comparative analysesCreate and finalize new business development presentationsCoordinate tasks with internal and external working teamsPrepare required internal documentation e.g. control and compliance regulations We want to hear from you if: You are graduating between December 2018 and June 2019 and have a preferred GPA of 3.5 or above You are fluent in Spanish, preferred We want to hear from you if. A dedication to learning and a true passion for the business are vital. As industries all over the globe continue to restructure and grow; we are hiring professionals who have a global perspective on the future of banking; and want to make an impact on the corporate level. We value diversity and so do you. We'll also be looking for the following: Commitment to personal growth and career development – a strong desire to learn and success in team environments Knowledge of the global or domestic business landscape is a plus, but not required Strong communication, planning, and organizational skills Passion for client service and a dedication to deliver the best results on every project Desire to develop a deep understanding of the financial industry Unquestioned commitment to integrity and ethical decision-making Application Instructions: Candidates must apply through Citi's online application system at www.oncampus.citi.com in addition to the application process specific by your school. Please apply on Citi's website using the following parameters: Category: Investment Banking Job Type: University Programs Region: North America City: New York
At Abercrombie & Fitch, quality is in our roots and we’re on a mission to honor this rich heritage. With an unwavering focus on our customer, we strive every day to deliver a unique and welcoming experience, whether in our stores or online. Our three global brands, Abercrombie & Fitch, abercrombie kids and Hollister Co., are the embodiment of our passion for incredible product. At the heart of it all is our amazing 500-acre campus, nestled just outside of Columbus, Ohio. With an open work space, inspiring views, and even a place to gather as a team around the fire pit, our Home Office fosters a diverse and inclusive culture that consistently seeks the input of our associates and focuses on the future. We are looking for leaders, visionaries, and creatives who are willing to roll up their sleeves and write the next chapter in our brand’s legacy. Abercrombie & Fitch Co. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Based out of our world headquarters in Columbus, OH the A&F Leadership Development Program Internships are highly competitive initiatives that offer immediate exposure to senior level management, a high level of day-to-day responsibility, and a carefully crafted balance between classroom sessions and hands-on experience. Our internships provide a select group of university students the opportunity to experience working at Abercrombie & Fitch for 10 weeks over the summer before entering their senior year. The programs feature a comprehensive training curriculum and access to working on meaningful projects, directly impacting the business. Internships are offered in Business Analytics, Finance, IT, and Merchandising. The comprehensive internship programs will include: • Combination of classroom sessions and on-the-job training • Relationship with a Mentor to guide learning in the new role • Interactive presentations from a variety of senior leaders in the company • Open and inclusive learning environment with fellow associates • Integrated social activities to help transition to Columbus and the unique corporate culture at A&F • Preparation to effectively manage a portion of the business in one of our critical areas at Home Office What Will You Be Doing? • BUSINESS ANALYTICS: Shaping the financial strategy behind every product. Interpreting and balancing current sales, inventory analysis, financial goals, and emerging trends. Our Business Analysts build the plans that maximize our success. Business Analysts forecast future product performance, establish strategies across domestic, international, and e-commerce channels, and strategically distribute our products around the world. • FINANCE: Honing a unique and multi-faceted skill set through our rotational model, and gaining exposure to multiple disciplines within our corporate finance teams. Highly analytical and results-oriented, our Financial Analysts make an immediate impact on corporate strategy and direction. Rotational opportunities include areas such as Financial Planning and Analysis, Accounting, Treasury, Capital Projects, and Financial Reporting. • INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: Generating and implement new strategic or systematic approaches, and creating dynamic technology solutions for our rapidly growing business. Committed to applying technology to solve business problems, our IT Analysts and Engineers partner with teams across the company, hone software development skills using cutting edge tools, and create and uphold technology standards and processes. • MERCHANDISING: Managing the strategy for millions of dollars of product each day. Entrepreneurial in nature, Merchants lead a cross-functional team to maximize the financial success of their product line and must possess the unique ability to be both analytical and creative on a daily basis. From working with our designers to identify the next styles and trends for our stores, to analyzing sales and identifying growth strategies for the business, our Merchants are involved with every aspect of the product. What Do You Need to Bring? • Junior status working towards a Bachelor’s degree • Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA • Passion for the A&F brands and the role • Proven leadership experience • Ability to thrive in team-based settings and a collaborative approach to working with cross-functional partners • Desire to take on the responsibility of running a portion of our multi-billion dollar business • A strong desire for adventure & curiosity • Ability to adapt and work in a fast-paced, structured environment • Desire to learn & hunger for more! Our interns will be compensated $9,000 for the 10-week program, with housing for the duration of the program provided by A&F. Other benefits include merchandise discounts at all of our brands, use of the A&F gym, and organized social events throughout the summer. Our interns end the summer with a thorough understanding of the full-time Leadership Development Program and have early access to full-time job opportunities.
Product Design InternshipDo what you love. Love what you do.About the RoleThe User Experience Design team transforms the way people work. We use research and design to focus on our users, reframe product problems, and solve complex challenges with simple design. We passionately believe that enterprise user experiences can be as simple, engaging, and innovative as today's top consumer apps. Do you want to deliver superior, delightful, and responsive user experiences? Then join us!User Experience Designer What we’re looking for from you:An end-to-end user-centered design processDeliverables such as wireframes, high-fidelity mock-ups, and prototypesExperience with user research User Experience ResearcherWhat we’re looking for from you:Deep familiarity with a user-centered design processDeliverables such as written reports and oral presentationsA love of talking to people and understanding what makes them tickWorkday Internship ProgramStart your future today with Workday’s Internship Program. The next generation of talent will further fuel Workday’s success. This is why we actively seek the best and the brightest students to join our Internship Program, a 12-week program uniquely designed to develop our future leaders. The Internship Program is focused on providing meaningful work to challenge your skillset. In addition, we also offer special perks including, intern housing, fun social events, and technology-focused presentations designed only for interns.Launch your career with an opportunity that connects you to a strong network, enables you to do your best work, actively supports your career and places an emphasis on fun.Workday is proud of its diverse workforce, but does not sponsor employment visas or consider individuals on time-limited visas that will require sponsorship now or in the future for these positions.
Outreach Assistant One-year Internship Food & Environment Washington, DC Office The Position The Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) is an independent national nonprofit whose scientists and engineers work to solve some of our planet’s most pressing environmental and safety problems. UCS combines technical analysis and effective organizing and advocacy to create innovative, practical solutions for stemming the tide of global warming, sustainable food policy and agriculture, energy and transportation, fighting misinformation and reducing the threat of catastrophic nuclear war. This is a one-year internship from November 2017 – November 2018 providing outreach, logistical, and research assistance. Your work will support UCS’s advocacy efforts for better local food policies, funding to support sustainable agriculture, and preserving conservation and nutrition programs. You will assist with outreach to agricultural scientists, public health experts, and activists. You’ll also coordinate travel and event logistics, conduct research as needed, and help with special projects. Responsibilities · Help recruit new expert supporters for UCS, communicating regularly with supporters and allies, and engaging supporters in policy advocacy. · Recruit and engage diverse scientists, economists, and other experts · Provide logistical and outreach support for events and activities at conferences · Assist with updates and alerts to the UCS Science Network and activist list. · Conduct research as requested by staff scientists and analysts, in support of reports, fact sheets, and advocacy materials. · Write for UCS publications as directed. Qualifications and experience Attention to detail, excellent interpersonal skills, ability to juggle multiple tasks and projects, familiarity with office operations, and skills in basic office software including databases. Strong written and oral communication skills; excellent administrative, research, and organizational skills; ability to work independently and as part of a group are also required. Completed Bachelor's degree preferred. Experience with issue campaigns and engaging diverse public audiences strongly preferred. Interest in science and familiarity with food and agriculture issues is helpful, but required. Competence with online engagement tools, spreadsheets, databases, and research tools preferred. At UCS, comparable training and/or experience can be substituted for degrees when appropriate. May spend extended periods at computer. Very occasionally move heavy boxes. Occasional travel may be required (1-5 total nights over the course of the internship). UCS is an equal opportunity employer continually seeking to diversify its staff. In particular, we’re dedicated to broadening opportunities for individuals from demographic groups that are historically underrepresented in the sciences and in environmental advocacy. We’re also committed to building an inclusive workplace culture where talented people of widely diverse backgrounds can thrive. We've adopted this commitment because we believe the inclusion of culturally diverse perspectives will improve our work and produce better societal and environmental outcomes for all, including historically disenfranchised communities. We are actively seeking people who bring diverse backgrounds and perspectives to join us in this work. Compensation, Hours and Location: This is a one-year full-time internship based in UCS’s Washington, DC office. For those who meet all position requirements, the salary is $34,320. UCS offers excellent benefits and a rewarding work environment. Information about the organization is available at http://www.ucsusa.org To Apply: Please submit a cover letter, resume, salary requirements, how you learned about the position via email to firstname.lastname@example.org and include “F&E Intern” in the subject line. Email materials in Word or PDF format only. No phone calls please. Deadline: October 1st or until filled.
Looking for a real world, hands-on post-graduate opportunity? Apply to be an Emerging Leaders fellow Net Impact is looking for bright and enthusiastic recent graduates to help us change the world as Net Impact Emerging Leader fellows. Why you should be a Net Impact Emerging Leaders Fellow… As an Emerging Leaders fellow, you’ll get hands-on experience based in our Oakland, CA headquarters and access to a dedicated network of professionals, which will help you: · Develop critical business and communication skills you won’t learn in a classroom · Launch a career in socially responsible/sustainable business, nonprofit management, or social entrepreneurship · Build a network of contacts and colleagues in a range of sectors and industries What you’ll get out of your Net Impact Emerging Leaders Fellowship… As a Net Impact Emerging Leaders fellow, you not only get a chance to make an impact on organizational strategy and day-to-day operations, you also get immediate access to a growing movement of professionals who are creating positive environmental and social change. In addition, Fellows participate in a formal professional development program and will be mentored and managed by a seasoned nonprofit professional who takes your goals seriously. We’re a fun group who work hard and play hard. While we have high professional expectations, we love to blow off steam together in the office and after work. We’ve been known to throw waffle breakfast hoe-downs, Friday wine-downs, and Pi(e) day celebrations. We’re looking for Fellows who want to take their work experience to the next level, and have fun doing it. What you’ll do as a Net Impact Emerging Leaders Fellow… Net Impact Emerging Leaders fellows are integrated members of the team, who work directly with staff, members, sponsors, and the general public. You’ll work in a specific program area that’s interesting to you, where you’ll learn the logistics and nuances of that particular function. Anticipated needs for the Fall 2017 class will include: · Program Fellows will help to mobilize our network of over 100,000 students and young professionals to take action on pressing issues through our programs – from climate change to racial equity. Sample responsibilities include: leading the project management of the social entrepreneurship Pitch Competition culminating at our October conference in Atlanta – from identifying judges, to coordinating communications, to processing submissions, to selecting finalists, to managing logistics and materials; outreaching to get folks to join our climate change program – from developing outreach strategies, to writing blogs, to sourcing and managing leads, to getting folks through the pipeline; and supporting the Programs team as needed – including research, brainstorming, data processing, community management, conference participant coordination and more. · Marketing Fellows will be actively involved with developing, writing, and editing communications materials including press releases, web stories, blog posts, e-mails, and social media posts; curating clickable and engaging written and visual content for and helping to manage Net Impact’s social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Snapchat). The Fellow will work on member acquisition and engagement, helping to assess the efficacy of new engagement and retention strategies and strategizing ways to expand Net Impact’s presence. If this sounds like a great opportunity to you… Please send the following application materials to email@example.com. Please write your name and the title for this position (“Your name – Emerging Leader Fellow”) in the subject line of your email and include: 1) A thoughtful cover letter explaining your interest in the fellowship program and Net Impact, your qualifications, and specifying the top program areas you are most interested in working with; and 2) Resume Duration: Flexible, part-time commitment from August 2017 – December 2017 Location: On-site in downtown Oakland Compensation: Transportation reimbursement
Dow AgroSciences is searching for the best and brightest students who are interested in R&D summer internship opportunities.These are full-time positions available from May until August at our headquarters in Indianapolis, IN. Applicable majors would include:BiologyChemistryInformaticsOhter agriculture-related majorsAbout UsWe provide a variety of products and services to meet the needs of our customers. Our research with strategic partners is bringing breakthrough and sustainable solutions to the industry such as:Innovative Hybrids an Seed VarietiesVegetation Management SolutionsCrop-enhancing traitsResidential Pest ControlCrop Protection ProductsTurf and OrnamentalPost-harvest Commodity ProtectionOur Research and Development Summer Intern program provides an opportunity for students to work closely with senior scientists in order to improve technical skills while being given a developmental opportunity in an industrial setting. It is desirable that the intern have past practical experience in handling chemicals, operating laboratory equipment, generating and manipulating data, as well as computer database and word-processing skills. Interns are encouraged to be creative and take initiative, where appropriate, and will be granted significant latitude for discretionary decisions and independence of action within guidelines established by their supervisor. Interns are expected to always operate in a safe and efficient manner.Qualified interns should be pursuing a BS or MS degree in biology, chemistry, informatics, or closely related majors. Interns will be part of a team responsible for the development of novel agricultural products. Strong interpersonal, communication, organizational, teamwork and time management skills are essential. Foreign students are encouraged to apply, however, they MUST be attending a U.S. university or college as the school is the sponsor for them to work in the U.S.
Are you an undergrad junior/senior or graduate student who just loves pop culture and the Gen-Z/millennial audience? We are looking for mulitple paid Interns to join our 10 week internship program! We are looking for students who have a passion for pop culture, YouTube personalities, social networks, and media. Find our full list of internships under "University Relations" at http://fullscreenmedia.co/careers/