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About this Job Integem Inc. is developing a disruptive Augmented Reality platform to change how people communicate and learn things in the future. We enable people to create their own AR world in minutes. We are looking for English writers who are excellent in storytelling and can use simple and concise words to provide a vivid story. If you can quickly grasp the ideas and can express it out in plain English and make it easy to understand, that would be a plus. We hope you are majored in English, Communications, Theater, Political Science, History, Psychology, or any other related majors. About Integem, Inc. Integem Inc. is developing a disruptive technology to change the world. You will be part of it. Integem Inc. is developing a disruptive Augmented Reality platform to change how people communicate and learn things in the future. We enable people to create their own AR world in minutes.
Through this internship, you will develop an in-depth understanding of genome editing and its various applications. You will be provided with resources and a supportive environment to utilize your skills to develop and complete an independent science communication project.Internship details:The student is expected to work either 20 hours a week (part-time) or 40 hours a week (full-time).A part-time student will receive $1500 for the summer and a full-time student will receive $3000 for the summer.Priority will be given to local applicants because housing is not covered, but all applications will be considered.The internship will last 8–10 weeks. Any known vacation, travel days, conflicts must be stated at the bottom of the project pitch.For more informaion and to apply visit: https://innovativegenomics.org/scicomm-internship/
NetApp offers professional-level internship opportunities to provide individuals the experience of working at our technology company while developing the 21st-century skills that are needed in today's workplace.At NetApp, we build our Total Rewards Strategy around competitive market position. To ensure we are competitive we need clear job definitions. This intern position will help our team review the Program Manager and Project Manager positions, assess what incumbents do around the globe in these roles, and make recommendations on moving those incumbents to more appropriate job families that better align with the work they perform.Duties and TasksPartner with assigned Compensation partner to develop a project plan for assessing and classifying employees around the world in the Program Manager and Project Manager titles.Create a comprehensive job evaluation form to help drive consistent interview questions and documentation of job duties.Schedule and conduct individual or group interview sessions with incumbents and managers in the Program/Project Manager roles, documenting key job responsibilities on defined job analysis form.Compile and translate collected job information into existing NetApp job families, or recommend new job families as needed, working with a Compensation Analyst as to ensure accuracy of classification.Maintain project plans, manage communications, proactively identify and address project risks and opportunities as well as identify ways to achieve project goals.Develop summary recommendations and deliver findings in presentation to Compensation team.Knowledge, Skills and AbilitiesHigh level of skill and proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.Ability to take initiative and lead tasks or projects through to completion.Consulting, collaboration and assessment skills.Ability to manage against established deadlines.Strong organizational, time management, problem-solving, and analytical skills.Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills; ability to communicate with all levels of employees.Ability to work independently and as part of a team with minimal supervision.Preferred Experience and Education:Basic compensation knowledge and human resources knowledge thought either prior internship or class workExperience or training in conducting job evaluations.Working toward BA/BS degree in business or business or human resources management with course work in compensation.Experience in interviewing, asking probing questions, and managing projects through completion.
Responsibilities:We're looking for interns who are curious, who want to be entrusted with real responsibility and embrace the opportunity to write code that will ship. Our software drives ultra-high-speed wafer inspection and review systems that includes user interface, machine control, clustered image computer, machine learning and complex image processing algos. You'll be a member of the engineering team and learn from our incredible engineers while making a measurable impact. Preferred Qualifications:Software development experience either in Java, C++, C# or Python (One or all. We understand that the languages keep evolving and proliferate. We are not looking for language syntax. We are looking at your basic problem-solving skills in software computing and past exposure to these languages) The candidate must be eager to explore new frontiers, invest and learn new open source technologies including machine learning, open source big data technologies and solving data science problems using modern software applications. And most importantly, having attitude of “willing to fail, fight and not-give-up” kind of young professionals and solution driven thinking in either computer science, electrical, electronics, or relevant field as a student. Minimum Qualifications:Currently pursuing a BS, MS, or PhD in Computer Science or a related fieldJOB ID: 117182
Nation Business Internship For more than three decades The Nation magazine has provided an award-winning internship program for early-career journalists interested in journalism and publishing. Recently, The Nation established a new publishing internship to identify and nurture the next generation of non-profit and publishing change-makers. Working one at a time on a part-time basis, interns gain marketable knowledge of the magazine’s business operations working cross-departmentally with a range of Nation publishing professionals including those in the ad sales, communications, direct-marketing, fundraising and special projects departments.Recent college and graduate school aspirants will experience a comprehensive immersion into the business operations of The Nation as they are taught the tools of the trade by assisting publishing professionals with a range of hands-on tasks supplemented by educational seminars and participation in staff meetings and strategy sessions. Work will include developing donor prospect research, assisting with small-batch personalized cultivation packages, researching, maintaining, and curating media contact lists and databases, assisting with PR social media campaigns (Instagram, Press Room Twitter account), assisting with customer service issues, creating direct mail campaign binders, participating in event strategizing and preparation, letter-writing, help with prospecting potential advertisers and preparing sales packages.Interns can expect a ground-floor introduction into many of the publishing operations that comprise a magazine, including ad sales, subscription acquisition, direct marketing, small-donor cultivation and solicitation, communications and messaging and public events. In all instances, the aim will be to contextualize intern work, to explain how small, discrete tasks fit into the larger whole and to instill a range of marketable skills and publishing experience over the course of the intern sessions. Intern will be directly supervised by President Erin O’Mara and Associate Publisher Peter Rothberg and will work with a range of experienced Nation publishing professionals.The internship can be either full or part-time, depending on applicant’s circumstances. Compensation and Credit Interns are paid $15 per hour. Whenever possible, The Nation will assist interns in arranging for academic. Interns will receive three paid vacation days and three paid sick days. There are no other benefits. Application Procedure Applicants must submit the following: A cover letter that explains why you want to work for The Nation;A resume;Two letters of recommendation with contact information for the referees included. Letters may be mailed directly by recommenders, or may be included with the rest of your application materials. Interviews will be conducted for the final candidatesAll application materials should be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org. Incomplete applications will not be considered. All application materials become the property of The Nation. Please address all queries to email@example.com. No phone calls, please. Deadlines and Duration of Program Summer/Fall 2018: Application deadline: April 15, 2018 Notification deadline: May 15, 2018 Program duration: June 11 – December 21, 2018 The Nation Co. LLC is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome all applicants, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, gender identity or expression, or veteran status. We conform to the spirit as well as the letter of all applicable laws and regulations.
AC Transit's Media Affairs department is seeking a motivated intern who is ready to challenge the traditional rules of journalism. This internship provides an excellent opportunity for a student with significant coursework in media studies, communication studies, marketing, advertising or a closely related discipline. The candidate chosen for this internship will not only get paid work experience, but also have exposure to on-the-job experience under the supervision of professionals who are working on cutting edge brand journalism solutions. In a nutshell, brand journalism redefines news gathering, storytelling, and how it's communicated on behalf of a brand.Under supervision, the intern will be provided the opportunity to actively contribute to engaging content which includes: generating articles, advertising, working live events, creating and editing videos, and monitoring social media. This internship is only open to students who are currently enrolled in a Bay Area undergraduate or graduate school and can dedicate 16-20 hours during the business week at the District's downtown Oakland office. The position will start as soon as filled and will continue until the end of the academic school year. AC Transit has the resources and a bevy of untold stories, all that remains is you. Representative Functions: Monitors media for AC Transit news and organizes clips Contributes and updates the existing media used for publicizing specific stories and events Drafts news releases, advisories, run-of-shows and briefing materials Gathers and compiles information to prepare reports and other material as necessary Prepares internal news stories (using print and video) highlighting topical news events of the District and accomplishments of staff members Assists in promoting District campaigns and initiatives – utilizing multi-platform content distribution and displaying strong social media skills Develops strategies for live television and radio events Assists in organizing and staffing press events Attends and participates in department meetings Performs other media related administrative duties as neededDESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS Excellent writing and organizational skills Regular contribution and layout capabilities for two newsletters Experience shooting video and still photos to illustrate stories Competence with non-linear digital editing – Final Cut Pro or similar editing system Proficiency with DSLR cameras, use of professional tripods, wireless microphones, and camera mounted recorders Experience using Adobe Creative Suite including: InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Dreamweaver Must have a valid driver's license and insured vehicle to accomplish assignments Must possess a great work ethic and "can-do" spiritMinimum Qualifications: Education: Current full-time college junior, college senior or graduate student with significant coursework in media affairs, communications, marketing, or a closely related discipline. Must be attending a local Bay Area college or university. Proof of current enrollment is required.Experience: Must have strong oral and written communication skills. Computer literacy required; basic to intermediate skills with MS Word and Excel. Previous professional work experience is not required. Additional Information: Physical Requirements: Must maintain the physical condition necessary to perform tasks in an office setting operating a personal computer, keyboards, and other peripheral equipment. Must be able to lift boxes weighing up to 25 lbs.Undergraduates are paid $16 - $17 per hour and Graduate students are paid $18 per hour.
Carmel Partners is a well-capitalized private real estate firm with expertise in investment and development of multi-family real estate.The Capital Finance Intern will be responsible for supporting a team of five in the debt underwriting, financing and loan management of a wide range of prospective investments and existing multifamily and mixed-use assets, as well as conducting research and working on special projects. This position offers an excellent opportunity to learn and experience the real estate investment management business.The internship position is based in San Francisco.What you’ll do:Support the capital finance team in securing debt for new investments and refinancing existing assets.Participate in all aspects of placing and closing debt capital market transactions. Areas of involvement include preparing finance offering memoranda with accuracy and attention to detail; reviewing legal documents; managing the due diligence process; and, coordinating with internal asset managers, investment officers, development teams and accountants as well as external 3rd parties (e.g. lenders, attorneys and title companies).Manage lender reporting processMonitor third party debt management platformResearch and review financial and market information.Other duties, responsibilities and special projects as assigned. Skills we’re seeking:Currently pursuing an undergraduate degree with a strong record of academic achievementStrong Excel skills and financial modeling experience.Strong written and verbal communication skills.General understanding of financial statements.Must have interest in the real estate industry. Past internship experience within the real estate industry a plus.Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and manage competing priorities.Ability to think strategically about various potential investment outcomes.Great attention to detailStrong interpersonal skills; ability to build effective relationships.Ability to work independently and within a collaborative team environment delivering quality work product and measurable results.
The White House Internship Program is a public service leadership program that provides a unique opportunity to gain valuable professional experience and build leadership skills. This hands-on program is designed to mentor and cultivate today’s young leaders, strengthen their understanding of the Executive Office, and prepare them for future public service opportunities.The President, First Lady, and White House staff are committed to providing young leaders an opportunity to develop their leadership skills and serve their country through the White House Internship Program. This program was developed to provide hands-on experience and cultivate meaningful skills.A select group of young men and women from across the country dedicate their time, talents, energy, and service to better the White House and the Nation. These committed citizens become part of the White House team. The assignments given to an intern on any given day could include: conducting research, managing incoming inquiries, attending meetings, writing memos, and staffing events.While interns’ responsibilities and tasks vary by department, all interns are united through weekly events, including a speaker series and small group meetings exploring different policy aspects within the Executive Office of the President. Most importantly, the internship experience emphasizes community, and interns participate in service projects at schools and non-profit organizations in Washington, D.C.The Fall 2018 White House Internship Program Term will run from September 5, 2018 to December 7, 2018. All application materials, including letters of recommendation, must be submitted on or before Friday, May 4, 2018 at 11:59 p.m. (EDT)The White House Internship Program selection process is highly competitive. Applicants are encouraged to submit a thorough application that illustrates their qualifications, character, and commitment to public service.Selection as a White House intern is based on the following criteria:A commitment to public serviceDemonstrated leadership in the communityA commitment to the mission of the Trump Administration
Intern, Product and Partner Marketing Job Descriptions: Roku revolutionized the way we watch TV and is a leader in streaming entertainment. This is your opportunity to be part of an exciting, growing industry and shape the way our products are developed, marketed, and released. The Roku marketing team is looking for a talented, resourceful, and passionate team member for the summer to help manage a broad spectrum of product and partner projects. Not only will you lead the charge on several marketing initiatives, but also get hands-on experience working with teams across the organization and our partners around the world. Love of movies & TV is a must! Key Responsibilities: · Develop go-to-market strategies that grow Roku sales and placement while supporting the product and partner marketing teams. · Research industry and competitive trends and contribute to positioning documents that support product releases and other marketing priorities. · Evaluate Roku brand value secured from top channel partners. · Spearhead initiatives that increase Roku brand recognition on college campuses and with younger demos. · Secure new strategic partnerships that build equity for Roku. Experience/Qualifications: · Ability to handle fast-paced, deadline driven environment · Excellent problem-solving, organizational & communication skills · Proactive, collaborative, and strong team player · Ability to demonstrate strong presentation and writing skills · Strong knowledge of and/or experience in streaming and entertainment industries · MBA or Master’s degree candidate with a concentration in marketing preferred · Based at Roku Headquarters in Los Gatos
Sharp Displays is looking for a “Sharp,” ambitious, and enthusiastic intern majoring in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math) majors. Our small team is launching visionary products. We think and move fast and want you to be able to too. You will be on the forefront, contributing to the highest visibility projects within a 10,000+ employee company. Aid in the design of software projects and slide decks Update the copy on technical Wiki/Confluence entries for software project Brainstorm for product experience details and document discussion summary Coordinate and set meetings with colleagues and coworkers Take direction on design and writing projects and complete them autonomously Write drafts of instructional guides to help educate other employees regarding internal documentation repository usage and access Research on internal toolkit and process aiming to improve communication and documentation process Spell check, grammar check, and edit final drafts of instruction guides and Confluence Wikis Communicate effectively with the Product Management team What we’re looking for: Strong writing skills; copywriting, instructional, and/or technical writing skills are required Microsoft Office suite expertise (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) Google Docs suite expertise (Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms) Mac OS and iOS experience Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop experience are a plus Excellent interpersonal and relationship-building skills Strong interest in technology and AV equipment Ability to quickly learn to operate new products and features Excellent verbal and written communication skills Ability to work a flexible schedule around your school schedule Ability to safely lift and carry equipment weighing 50 lbs. or more
Internship Opportunity: Health InternSan Francisco, CA Futures Without Violence (FUTURES) is a dynamic national organization committed to ending violence against women and children around the world. We seek a dedicated, energetic, and creative individual to join our San Francisco team through a 6-12 month internship. INTERNSHIP SUMMARY: Health Program seeks a Intern to work on material development and outreach for our National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence. The Intern will work closely with FUTURES’ Health staff to develop materials and refine and support outreach strategies specific to our Center materials and the National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence, and draft content for websites and online communication. Compensation will be in the form of course credit, or a stipend of $15/hour for up to 24 hours a week. Interns are encouraged to pursue work-study matches from their institutions if applicable, which may allow for extended hours, if desired. Hours of the internship are somewhat flexible; office hours are 9am-5pm PST, Monday through Friday, with a preference for being in the office on Tuesday (to participate in “all staff” meetings) and/or Wednesday. INTERNSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES & LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Learning Objectives: As a result of this internship, intern will be better able to: Articulate complex issues related to the health impact of domestic and sexual violence;Gain work experience as part of a diverse team of staff and program partners;Draft content targeted to specific audiences (i.e., health providers, domestic violence advocates etc.); Roles and responsibilities: Develop and refine FUTURES’ Health Fact Sheets related to the Health Impact of IPV/SV, Reproductive Coercion, HIV & IPV, and more.Create content for FUTURES’ Blog related to the intersections of survivor health, health policy, and violence prevention.Work with FUTURES’ Health staff to implement outreach strategies to specific populations and communities. Including but not limited to: partnering to enhance sector specific databases (e.g. LGBTQ community health providers across the U.S.), drafting emails, researching and forging partnerships.Interest specific activities: graduate student organizing tool update, resources for graduate level health students.Provide some administrative support, including coordinating meetings, trainings, conference calls, etc; preparing meeting agendas, materials, and taking minutes; performing general administrative duties such as photocopying and compiling program materials; and helping organize work that supports executive and program decision making. Education, Experience and Skills: Graduate student level preferred: public health, nursing, law, social work, public policy and others.Multi-lingual a plus.Previous experience with outreach, marketing, or community organizing.Strong organizational skills, and the ability to think creatively and strategically about engaging diverse audiences in a social issue, including the ability to coordinate meetings with multiple stakeholders from across the country.Demonstrated interest in the intersecting fields of violence prevention and health, or a desire to learn more about the field of violence prevention.Strong written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills, and the ability to work collaboratively as a member of a diverse team.Have prior experience conducting research, and the ability to think strategically about potential partnerships. Exhibit strong creativity and flexibility, and the ability to work on multiple projects.Have an excellent command of contemporary computer skills, office hardware, PC software (Windows environment); basic knowledge of WordPress and online collaboration platforms is a plus. Who We Are The National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence, a project of Futures Without Violence, works to improve health care’s response to domestic violence including: · Addressing health policy issues through model legislation, white papers, and advocating with medical associations, state and federal departments of health, medical institutions, health professional schools, managed care organizations and national health care opinion leaders; · Producing materials and web resources on a range of issues related to health care and domestic violence; · Working with health institutions and systems to engage meaningful and effective public health education efforts around domestic violence; · Providing technical assistance for individuals who want to improve health care’s response to domestic violence; · Conducting training for health care providers and advocates across the country, and developing model curricula and educational conferences. FUTURES maintains a diverse and dynamic workforce and is committed to providing equal opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or presentation, marital or family status, veteran status, age, national origin, ancestry, religion, disability or medical condition, or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law. Applications for the Health Intern are accepted and interviewed on a rolling basis, priority will be given to applicants who have applied by April 10th 2018. Please send resume and Health Intern Application in one PDF document to Kate Vander Tuig at firstname.lastname@example.org Health Intern Application: https://www.futureswithoutviolence.org/wp-content/uploads/Health-Internship-Description-2018.docx
Summer Research Intern, Digital Biotechnology, San FranciscoPioneer a brighter futureAt Novozymes, we work in close partnership with our customers to make an impact and help create a better world. For those around us, for each other and for the next generation. We use science to advance industries, and as part of R&D, you will create and develop the biological answers that will pave the way for a brighter future.Summer Research Intern, Digital Biotechnology, San FranciscoDo you want to work in an environment in which creativity and challenging the status quo is as valued as scientific excellence? If so, you could be our new colleague, part of an R&D enzyme discovery and development team in the dynamic San Francisco Innovation Corridor. We are an ambitious team of 12 researchers based in San Francisco. Working with us, you’ll have responsibility for developing and implementing cutting-edge synthetic biology techniques for novel enzyme discovery. Alongside an in-depth understanding of the scientific principles of synthetic biology and chemical biology, in your daily work, you’ll use all of these talents to pioneer research and transform it into business value for our customers. The successful candidate must have:2-4 years of course-work towards a B.S. or B.A. in Molecular Biology, Chemical Biology, Bioengineering, Biochemistry, Chemistry, or equivalent field.Conducted research either in an academic lab or professional lab.Beyond-the-classroom experience in cell and molecular biology techniques such as: PCR, primer design, cloning, DNA isolation, and protein expression. The ideal candidate will have experience working with synthetic biology, DNA sequence analysis, gene assembly, genetic circuits, automated liquid handling, cell-free protein expression, and sensitive quantitative techniques such as qPCR and ELISA.Independent problem solving skills, which require original thinking and deductive reasoning.Exceptional data reporting, multitasking skills, and the ability to function effectively within a dynamic interdisciplinary environment.Enjoy working in an exciting small team environment, and be able to work under deadlines.Be a proven team player with outstanding communication and networking skills. Are you the next Zymer in our team? Consider a career with Novozymes and let’s unfold your potential together.Rethink TomorrowNovozymes is the world leader in bioinnovation. Together with customers across a broad array of industries, we create tomorrow’s biosolutions, improving our customers’ business and the use of our planet’s resources. With over 700 products used in 130 countries, Novozymes’ bioinnovations improve industrial performance and safeguard the world’s resources by offering superior and sustainable solutions for tomorrow’s ever-changing marketplace.Contact Contact information: www.novozymes.com/careersApplication deadline: April 13, 2018Novozymes is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All employment decisions are based on business needs without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, age, disability or veteran status.
Join SHELTER, Inc. as we engage in an exciting initiative by a funder collaborative in which we build the practice of listening to the people we serve by implementing surveys and feedback loops. The Data Evaluation Intern will be integral to all aspects of our work on this initiative. We are looking for a skilled individual who will commit themselves to our agency mission, adding your unique perspective while working as part of our dynamic team. Our fast-paced environment is the perfect place to bring your fun, energetic, can-do attitude.WHO WE ARESHELTER, Inc. is the largest provider of services to individuals and families who are homeless in Contra Costa County. We opened our doors in 1986. We are a respected known leader in our community charged with eliminating homelessness. We have helped over 180,000 people to either avoid losing their housing or make the transition from homelessness to self-sustainability.We aspire to a culture of accelerated professional development through shared learning and collaboration; a respectful and fun work environment; and employee empowerment through the effective use of technology and tools.MISSIONThe mission of SHELTER, Inc. is to prevent and end homelessness for low-income, homeless, and disadvantaged families and individuals by providing housing, services, support, and resources that lead to self-sufficiency.JOB SUMMARYUnder direct supervision of the Director of Data Evaluation, the Data Evaluation Intern will take responsibility for the administration of surveys, analysis of survey and focus group data, and creation of data dashboards. This is a temporary, half-time position.AREA of FOCUS• Process participant surveys• Engage participants to encourage a high return rate• Organize participant focus groups• Analyze both qualitative and quantitative survey and focus group data using Microsoft Excel• Create data dashboards• Other tasks as requiredCOMPETENCIES• Enthusiasm and eagerness to tackle new projects and ideas• Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced environment of rapidly changing priorities and multiple requests• Ability to think strategically, problem solve, and exercise sound judgment • Reliable, punctual, and able to represent SHELTER, Inc. in a professional manner• Skilled at working independently as well as collaboratively, building positive relationships in a team environment• Adept as working with a web based database• Monitors own work, ensuring quality, accuracy and thoroughness and applies feedback to improve performance• Proven analytical skills• Time management, organization skills, prioritizing work and meeting deadlines • High level of integrity and strong ethical values• Strong written and verbal communication skillsMINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS• Bachelor’s degree in social sciences, public policy or related field• Intermediate level skills using Microsoft Excel • Proficiency using Microsoft Office Outlook, Word • Experience cleaning and analyzing quantitative data using descriptive statisticsPREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS• Proficiency using Microsoft Access• Experience coding qualitative data• Experience using Survey Monkey• Experience creating data dashboards• Experience using Tableau• Experience conducting hypothesis testsThis position offers a flexible part-time work schedule and is an excellent opportunity for a graduate student of research, social sciences or related field. SHELTER, Inc. offers a pay rate of $18.75 to $25.00 per hour up to 20 hours per week. This position is not eligible for healthcare benefits.Qualified applicants may submit your cover letter and resume to our website at: http://shelterinc.org/about/employment.html
MSR Communications, an award-winning Bay Area public relations firm specializing in providing communications management for technology, B2B and consumer lifestyle companies is looking for bright and dedicated interns for its 2018 Spring Internship Program. Our program is designed to offer individuals who are enthusiastic and interested in learning about the exciting profession of public relations, the opportunity to gain practical, hands-on work experience while learning new skills that are critical for success in the PR field. We are looking for candidates who can commit to a 3 month program and start as soon as possible. Ideally, we'd like our interns to have availability for 3 full days per week. MSR represents a variety of clients in the consumer lifestyle, enterprise technology, new media, mobile, business services, sports, health and fitness and non-profit industries. Our small, supportive and unique environment fosters teamwork and a creative approach to the dynamic landscape of public relations. We will work with college students of all levels to arrange academic credit for their participation in the program. This is a paid internship position. For more information please visit us at www.msrcommunications.com.In the MSR Communications Internship Program, individuals will receive:-Practical, hands-on PR experience-Invaluable project management training-Constructive feedbackREQUIREMENTS:-Education: graduate with a degree in PR, communications or relevant subject-Demonstrated interest in the field of Public Relations--if you do not have a communications/PR degree, please let us know WHY you are interested in PR and what you can offer-Understanding and/or willingness to learn the basic principles of PR-Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills-Strong organizational and prioritization skills to balance multiple projects and demands-Ability to take initiative unprompted and flexibility-Enthusiastic-Self-starter and team player-Detail-oriented-Proactive and resourceful-Professional appearance and manner-Experienced user of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook; Adobe AcrobatTo apply, please email your resume and put "Your Name - PR Intern" in the subject line.Tell us why you want to work for MSR and what you bring to the table. Please ONLY apply if you possess the requirements above. We appreciate your resume; however, due to the large volume we receive, we will only be in contact with the candidates who best meet our needs.No phone calls.
Boston Scientific (NYSE: BSX) transforms lives through innovative medical solutions that improve the health of patients around the world. As a global medical technology leader for more than 30 years, we advance science for life by providing a broad range of high performance solutions that address unmet patient needs and reduce the cost of healthcare. At Boston Scientific, our products and technologies are used to diagnose or treat a wide range of medical conditions including heart, digestive, pulmonary, vascular, urological, pelvic health, and chronic pain conditions. We are a leading innovator of medical solutions that improve the health of patients around the world. We continue to innovate in key areas and are extending our innovations into new geographies and high-growth adjacency markets. Boston Scientific's University Relations Program provides students opportunities at all of our sites across the country. Our focus is to help develop our interns in their academic field of study, as well as educate them in the medical device industry and learn why it is an exciting and rewarding business. Job Description & Key Responsibilities: Our Finance Interns have provided support in the Corporate Accounting, Internal Audit, Financial Planning & Analysis, Corporate Sales Ops, Functional areas, Treasury and Tax. Each intern will be assigned a project which they will be responsible for completing over the course of the summer. At the end of the summer, the project will be presented to senior leadership and implemented into the business. Our interns are integral team members whose ideas are encouraged and supported. As a BSC Finance Intern, you will see firsthand how your work helps make the business itself successful and compliant. Our Finance Interns going in to their senior year are also the first candidates to be considered for our full time Finance Rotation Program. Qualifications: All Accounting and Finance majors with a minimum 3.2 GPA are encouraged to apply. Boston Scientific Neuromodulation is a leader in the field of SCS — dedicated to helping patients manage pain. SCS, also known as nerve stimulation, uses electrical signals to mask the perception of pain traveling from the painful area to the brain. In place of pain, patients feel a mild tingling sensation called "paresthesia." The Neuromodulation division is looking for a finance or accounting major to join the finance group for a summer internship in Valencia, CA
Responsibilities: Conduct overall state of the content market research projects and competitive analysisWork with the marketing director in the creation of emails, one sheets pitch decks and overall B2B sales support materials for upcoming priority + library series and content distribution marketsLiaise with creative teams at AMC, IFC, SundanceTV and BBCAmerica in the procurement of creative marketing assets for series launches internationallyAssist with the management/prioritization of talent/event marcomm requests from international clientsReview and assess the strength of Studio catalogue titles.Preferred requirements:Strong Grasp of Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint)Previous work experience in an office environmentStrong written and oral communication skillsPhotoshop and Indesign Software knowledge a plus, but not essentialAbility to conduct online research projects, sometimes on a continuing basis
If you are interested in public health, look into a long career in the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Find the job that is right for you, and begin a rewarding career in public health today! As a Student Trainee, you will have the opportunity to support senior staff in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of various health programs, communications and marketing activities. The position enhances program effectiveness by applying relevant health communication and social science principles, practices, and theories to HHS health, regulatory or human services programs. Additionally you will: Assist with providing quantitative and qualitative research on health communication topics; with the development of digital health communication and implementation of multimedia content. Assist with drafting and editing content and monitoring analytics for social media platforms; prepare talking points, briefing materials, and presentations on health related topics. Assist with conducting evaluations of social science programs; and prepare findings of evaluations and analyses of social science programs and topics. Apply communication theories and models to communication campaign development; maintains ongoing communication campaign and partnership activities. Provides basic technical assistance on routine, non-controversial projects or activities that are covered by precedent, established policy, or accepted practice. Coordinate media production, risk communication activities, marketing campaigns, and/or publications for professional and public audiences. Serves as representative for all related projects and activities and maintains relationships with customers. Pathways Intern Eligibility Requirements: To be eligible for the Pathways Internship Program, you MUST be currently enrolled or accepted for enrollment and seeking a degree (diploma, certificate, etc.) in an accredited college (including 4-year colleges/universities, community colleges, and junior colleges) or professional, technical, vocational, or trade school; advanced degree programs; or other qualifying educational institution pursuing a qualifying degree or certificate on a full or half-time basis. To be eligible for the position, you MUST be currently enrolled at the time of application or be accepted for enrollment in the Fall 2018 Term; you MUST maintain enrollment through the Fall 2018 Term and have a GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale. NOTE: You MUST provide proof that you are currently enrolled or have been accepted for enrollment in the Fall 2018 Term at least on a half-time basis. You will be required to provide an official transcript showing proof of enrollment and GPA at the beginning of each term, while in the Pathways Internship Program. *** Must have obtained and maintained a GPA of 3.0 or higher *** Key Requirements: Proof of student status must be submitted with the application All students must be in good academic standing Students must provide official transcripts if selected Must be registered for Selective Service, if required You must be suitable for Federal Employment, determined by a background investigation Students must sign a Pathways Agreement before entry onto duty (EOD) Interested applicants should apply here March 19-23, 2018: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/493944200 For additional information about HHS visit https://www.hhs.gov/. We are looking for professionals who want the opportunity to learn and grow with federal government.
We’re a high-impact, global nonprofit social enterprise that believes in using technology for the greater good. Since 1987, we’ve been building partnerships and alliances with individuals, corporations, nonprofits, and governments across the globe – all committed to helping nonprofits fully access the profound power of technology and a connected world — and use it to improve lives.But we won’t stop there: as technology and global needs change, so do we. We’re creating new, community-driven platforms and mobile apps and are enhancing our offerings so that nonprofits around the world have the resources they need to build a brighter future for millions of individuals.We’re innovators, leaders, influencers, social entrepreneurs, and technologists drawn together by a shared vision: to make the world a better place through technology. Join us!InternshipAn internship at TechSoup is not just a learning experience; it is an opportunity to make a challenging and meaningful contribution. You will get to work on real world inspiring projects that drive goals and objectives.The Digital Marketing Intern will assist in the development, planning, and implementation of an integrated marketing campaign; work in conjunction with the digital marketing team to develop messaging and produce content for multiple channels, including email, techsoup.org, and social media; utilize HubSpot, a widely used enterprise-grade integrated marketing platform; and assist with research and data management as needed.This is a paid position.Duties and ResponsibilitiesExpected project outcomes:Intern will have conceptualized, developed, and produced marketing emails, with guidance from the email marketing teamIntern will have propose a schema for organizing data within HubSpotIntern will have developed marketing A/B tests, and will have presented the results of said tests.Roles and responsibilitiesData entry, management, and researchEmail creation and production in conjunction with the Digital Marketing teamTake part in brainstorming sessions and pitch ideasSome light graphics work as needed (and as their skill allows)Assist in running social media accounts (setting up social ads, etc..,.)GoalsTo get real-world experience in a nonprofit marketing department. We want our intern to be fully immersed in the creative process behind marketing!Learn what goes into planning and producing a marketing campaign from start to finish.Gain valuable hands-on experience with HubSpot’s digital marketing platformTo gain an understanding of the role analytics, data, and metrics play in modern marketing.To have some fun along the way!QualificationsKnowledge:Social networking and nonprofit knowledge preferred.Has a demonstrated interest in digital marketing or communication through coursework, work experience, or extracurricular activities.Skills:Is self-motivated and inquisitive.Proficient in Microsoft Office. Feels comfortable with Microsoft Excel.Experience with email marketing and Google Analytics a plus.Feels comfortable working with data.Has a working knowledge of web and graphic design principles.Can work well in a team environment. Is comfortable collaborating with others.Abilities:Communicates effectively, both orally and in writing. Has a concise and succinct writing style.Interacts in a professional manner with a wide variety of people.Can solve problems on the fly and suggest solutions to the team.Is willing to experiment with new ideas.Can plan, organize, and prioritize tasks.EducationAny combination of education and experience providing the skill and knowledge for successful participation and learning in the internship would be qualifying. Typical qualifications would be equivalent to:Must be actively and presently enrolled an accredited college or university at an undergraduate or graduate level.TechSoup is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to ensuring that all employees and applicants receive equal consideration and treatment, regardless of race, color, creed, gender (including gender identity or gender expression), religion, marital or domestic partner status, age, national origin or ancestry, physical, mental or medical disability, sex, sexual orientation, citizenship, military service status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law or local ordinance.
Is This You?You love social media and have an eye for great social content. You are the first among your friends to sign up for the latest social media site or app and already know the difference between a GIF and a meme. As a Social Media Intern, you are intrigued by the reason people engage with specific brands within the social environment. You want to stay up-to-date on the ever-changing social media platforms, and ask yourself how this will change the way we use social media on a daily basis. You’re eager to learn more about how brands are using social media and the strategy behind their social media programs. You're eager to share & bring your own ideas to the table, no matter how big or small. What You’ll Be Doing: - Performing Community Management Duties, making sure brand’s social pages are active and responding to their audience- Supporting in any social content writing or ideation for specific social content calendars- Staying up to date on social media trends and research What You’ll Need: - College Degree or currently enrolled in a 4-year university or graduate school- Past marketing, journalism or communications experience. Previous internship experience is a plus- Familiar with social media (active user)- Organizational skills, time management, critical thinking- Transparency and ability to communicate progress or roadblocks in completing projectsThis position is located in our San Diego office.The summer intern program runs from June-August 2018. This Is Us: We’re Red Door Interactive— a national, award winning, full-service marketing and advertising firm that utilizes an informed storytelling approach for mid-market brands looking to increase market share. Through an integrated, analytics-based system, we leverage our clients’ brand narratives alongside a disciplined, data-driven process that delivers the right message to the right audience at the right time. We have an extensive client list, including ASICS, Bosch, SDCCU, Shea Homes, WD-40, Thermador, and Titleist. What’s In It For You?Working with us, you get a truly inspired culture with opportunity for professional development. You will work in a growing company with an exciting and aggressive opportunity for learning. You’ll be a part of a 100% Jerk Free team who is evolving, and get the chance to participate in some innovative work with a smart collaborative team! In addition, we offer the following perks to keep you happy, healthy, and engaged at work:Free Healthy SnacksStand-Up DesksHoliday Parties & Employee EventsOpportunities for shadowing, learning, and growth!
OVERVIEW:The Studio Operations Group Finance Intern will be hands-on, learning different facets of the post-theatrical mastering and distribution business. Using this knowledge, the GMS intern will help to design and develop new financial planning and reporting tools & metrics in order to allow Operations partners to better understand, grow and streamline their businesses.RESPONSIBILITIES: Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, the following:• Using Excel to create monthly, quarterly, and ad hoc financial reports• Researching cost drivers on specific titles using multiple systems • Manipulate large data sets and reconciling discrepancies• Assisting in the creation of management reporting packages and presentations• Assisting in the budgeting and forecasting processThe intern will gain experience/exposure to the following:• Creating financial models• Exposure to all aspects of post-theatrical mastering and distribution (post-production as well as distribution)• How to perform cost analysis and create management reports• How to evaluate title cost performance• How to read financial statements• Exposure to multiple divisions within the studio (Television, Home Entertainment, IT, etc.)QUALIFICATIONS: • Enrollment in an accredited college/university for the duration of the internship is required• Finance, Economics, or Business Administration major required.• Knowledge and/or interest in Entertainment• Strong Excel skills (pivot tables, embedded formulas, etc.)• Excellent written and verbal communication skills • Resourceful self-starter• Ability to quickly learn new systems. SPE INTERN PROGRAM DETAILS: The Sony Pictures Entertainment Internship program offers a unique opportunity to work alongside the teams that come together to create movies, TV shows, and other great experiences. These seasonal paid assignments provide meaningful and productive work that allow you to build your resume, experience and develop your skills further. You will be provided with challenging tasks, real-world experience, valuable networking opportunities, and many educational and social opportunities while on the lot.This Summer internship is from Wednesday, May 30th or Tuesday, June 5th through August 31st but is flexible based on school schedule. All candidates must be able to work 40 hours a week and be returning back to school in the Fall. *Sony Pictures Entertainment is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, or other protected characteristics.