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Prime your career at Sephora.At Sephora, we believe our single most important asset is our people, and we are committed to attracting top talent at every level, across the entire organization. If you’re looking for a summer of copying, filing, and coffee pouring, this is not for you! As a Sephora Intern, you can expect true, hands-on experience that includes contributing to a project that will have a direct impact on business results. As an added bonus, you will enjoy our employee discount during the duration of your internship! As a Beauty Insider – Marketing Summer Intern you will:Help ensure flawless execution of online and in-store Beauty Insider campaigns and programs.Partner with Project Management team to manage campaign deadlines and details through entire execution process.Communicate with cross-functional partners to ensure all teams are executing as planned and are informed of any relevant changes.Review and proof all creative to ensure requirements are met and details are accurate.Support Marketing Coordinator in conducting QA for key campaignsField executional issues flagged from business partners, work cross-functionally to brainstorm solutions, and create an action plan to share with SMM.Help manage inventory and ordering of all Beauty Insider Rewards Bazaar samples and BI program collateral.Network with industry leaders and peers. Our Sephora executives are committed to investing in our interns and want to hear from you. Interns can expect to attend meetings with top leaders in the company.Get exposure to cross-functional teams. Sephora has a highly collaborative culture so you are encouraged and expected to work closely with other related teams such as marketing, merchandising, creative, production, customer service, and retail operationsDevelop, grow, and have fun What you will accomplish: Lead or assist on projects using a hands-on approachWork on core components of the Beauty Insider ProgramLearn from the best by interacting with a dynamic team of professionals To help ensure success, we are requiring the following characteristics, skills and experiences: Education and experience:Currently working on completion of Bachelor’s degree in related field (Marketing) and is currently a junior or senior in credit hours3.0 GPA or AboveMastery of Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint) Characteristics:Strong attention to detail and time management skills requiredExcellent written, verbal, and presentation skillsPassion for the Beauty businessOutstanding interpersonal skills; ability to develop and maintain relationships with partners at all levels Time Commitment:Hours: 40 (expected to be physically in the office 5 days every week during standard business hours) Working at Sephora’s Field Support Center (FSC)Our North American operations are based in the heart of San Francisco’s Financial District, but you won’t hear us call it a headquarters – it’s the Field Support Center (FSC). At the FSC, we support our stores in providing the best possible experience for every client. Dedicated teams cater to our client’s every need by creating covetable assortments, curated content, compelling storytelling, smart strategy, skillful analysis, expert training, and more. It takes a lot of curious and confident individuals, disrupting the status quo and taking chances. The pace is fast, the fun is furious, and the passion is real. We never rest on our laurels. Our motto? If it’s not broken, fix it. Sephora is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, marital status, military/veteran status, or disability status. Sephora is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodation to applicants with physical and mental disabilities. Sephora will consider for employment all qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with applicable law. COMPANY OVERVIEW:SEPHORA has been changing the face of prestige cosmetics since its debut in 1970s Paris. Sephora was acquired by luxury group Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH) in 1997 then launched stateside in 1998, and is currently home to 200 world-class brands - including its own private label, SEPHORA COLLECTION. Sephora's curated assortment features more than 14,000 products including makeup, skin care, perfume, hair care, body, professional tools and more. Sephora is the beauty education hub, offering consultations at the Beauty Studio, a variety of complimentary classes, one-on-one service from Personal Beauty Advisors, and exclusive retail technology SKINCARE IQ, COLOR IQ, and FRAGRANCE IQ. Sephora is an international force in beauty, and its award-winning website and ever-growing presence on social-media make it the world's premier digital beauty destination.
Job Title: Research Intern Location: San Diego Department: Research Reports to: Scientist FLSA Classification: Hourly SUMMARY: The Research Intern assists the scientific staff in carrying out research assignments involving a variety of laboratory methods, equipment and procedures. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Executes bench experiments carefully and preciselyMakes detailed observations as experiments are conducted and reports data accurately and effectivelyMaintains complete and accurate records of all work done in the laboratory Performs a wide variety of tasks in the laboratory, including: maintaining adherent cell lines, plasmid DNA preps, ligation, PCR, and DNA digestionMonitors work to ensure qualityRecords inventory changes as supplies and reagents are usedPresents and discusses results of experiments within department and project team Analyzes data and interprets resultsPrepares technical reports, summaries and protocols QUALIFICATIONS/TECHNICAL SKILLS:To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.Basic understanding of cellular biology, molecular biology and virologyAble to learn new skills quicklyBasic knowledge of laboratory procedures, established techniques, instruments and equipment.Basic understanding of Universal Precautions and Basic Lab safetyAble to repeat a procedure in the laboratory multiple times in exactly the same wayWorks well in a team environment Highly self-motivated, with excellent organizational skills and critical-thinking skills Skilled with use of word processing, spreadsheets, graphical and presentation software applications EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE: High school degree and a minimum of 2 years of experience in a biology laboratory
Business Strategy InternTarget Start Date: Flexible, Summer 2018Reports To: Sales Operations ManagerLocation: San Francisco, CACarbon Lighthouse is seeking an intern to join our San Francisco team this summer. Our interns work on projects with long-term impact and are valued as an integral part of the company. This is a non-exempt, hourly paid position.You will work with teams from across the company to answer key strategic business questions and to develop scalable processes and infrastructure to better answer those questions over time. The Business Development, Customer Experience, Engineering, and Executive teams rely on this data to inform decision-making, and your work will have a meaningful impact across the company for years to come. You will also have opportunities to work on projects to accelerate internal operational improvement, potentially involving ongoing training and automation. You will get hands-on exposure to data analysis using Salesforce.com and building level/energy savings data, and hone your ability to prioritize requests, ask questions, and communicate insights and changes effectively. About Carbon Lighthouse: Carbon Lighthouse is on a mission to stop climate change by making it easy and profitable for building owners to eliminate carbon emissions caused by wasted energy. The company’s unique approach to Efficiency Production goes deep into buildings to uncover and continuously correct hidden inefficiencies that add up to meaningful financial value and carbon elimination that lasts. Since 2010, commercial real estate, educational, hospitality and industrial customers nationwide have chosen Carbon Lighthouse to enhance building comfort, increase net operating income and achieve their sustainability goals. We are a team that highly value question asking, getting it done, integrity, and teamwork. We appreciate a fulfilling work-life balance, prize transparency and communication, hold ourselves to high standards of performance and professionalism, strive for dynamism and innovation, and support our team members’ professional development.Responsibilities:Analyze high-level operational data to inform business strategy and future needsDeliver on projects to improve team effectiveness via improved knowledge sharing, ongoing training, or process improvement Required Qualifications:Graduate students, recent college graduates, or rising Junior or Senior undergraduates in any fieldAbility to work independently and with teammates, solve problems, and challenge the status quoStrong analytical and communication skillsAbility to manipulate datasets in Excel, or with similar tools. Ability to work in our downtown San Francisco office for 40 hours/week for 10+ weeks (does not need to be consecutive)Bonus Qualifications:Experience using reporting systems such as TableauExperience with Salesforce.com or another CRMCarbon Lighthouse is an equal employment opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants without regard to gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, race, veteran or disability status. Women and people of color are encouraged to apply.If you’re excited about our environmental mission and this looks like a fit, you should apply!
SutherlandGold is a mid-sized consumer and technology public relations agency working with a mix of start-ups and established brands. We are story tellers, media relations pros, event organizers and messaging coaches. We are also foodies, spontaneous dance-partiers, and dog lovers.We are seeking an intern to join our San Francisco office beginning June 4th and ending on or around December 20th. The SG internship is a paid, full-time, commitment in which you will bring your enthusiasm for PR and start-ups, exceptional attitude, big brain and industriousness to the table and we coach you through a PR boot camp during which you will learn the ins and outs of PR agency life.If the list of qualifications below sound like it was written for you, please send a short introductory note outlining your qualifications and attach your resume.While we appreciate all applications, only those most qualified will be contacted. No phone calls please.QUALIFICATIONS:A Bachelor’s Degree in PR, Marketing or related field is requiredPrior internship experience preferredAbility to multi-task and manage multiple daily deadlines in a fast paced environmentAbility to work effectively with a variety of colleagues and clients on multiple accountsSuperior organizational and time management skillsKnowledge of MS Office SuiteExceptional verbal and written communication skillsFamiliarity with the Public Relations discipline through past experience or courseworkPassion for technology and social mediaProactive and forward thinkerSense of humorGreat attitude
Join an innovative company that serves the sustainable agriculture sector. Mercaris provides rigorous data and analytics, and a cash market trading platform for agricultural commodities that are organic, non-GMO, or are otherwise identity-preserved. We create new information and procurement tools for the agricultural supply chain; from farm to retail, and we’re looking for talented, mission-oriented folks to join us.DutiesThe Analyst will be responsible for assisting with a wide range of data product development, conducting research for specific initiatives related to our current work and product expansion, and interacting with current customers and even potential customers. A typical week might include analyzing price & volume data from our national grain survey, researching new agricultural commodity markets conducting research for special ad hoc projects, and calling grain handling facilities to better understand the work they are doing. Even as an intern, your ideas and work will have a direct impact on the company’s success. Specific tasks will include:Assist Senior Economist on research into identity-preserved crops & commodities that we may be able to add to our data portfolio;Write articles, summaries that explain underlying economic fundamentals of cash prices for IP grains & oilseeds;Assist on new product development for cost-of-production and other analysis for the sector;Monitor trends in IP markets to understand both supply and demand drivers, and provide analysis and statistics as needed. If/when needed, creating PowerPoint presentations to show price trends for organic and non-GMO grains;Work with the Director of Member Relations to answer customer questions and provide specific analysis as needed;Lead annual update efforts for our Asset Map/Facilities tool, which involves talking directly with first handlers and elevators.QualificationsFamiliarity with economic concepts relevant to commodity markets;Excellent writing skills to translate economic concepts in a way that is easily understood by non-economists;Willingness to learn about organic commodity markets and apply economic theory in a practical wayExcellent interpersonal and communication skills;Solid time-management and follow-through skills, with the ability to simultaneously work on and manage multiple tasks and projects with tight deadlines; The ideal candidate is pursuing a master’s degree in economics, agricultural economics, natural resource economics, or a related field.Salary & Benefits: Interns will be paid an hourly rate of $15/hour, for up to 40 hours per week of work.Location: Silver Spring, MD (DC Metro area)Apply: Send resume and cover letter to email@example.com. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. A full-time position may be available upon successful completion of internship.
Description McKesson is in the business of better health and we touch the lives of patients in virtually every aspect of healthcare. We partner with payors, hospitals, physician offices, pharmacies, pharmaceutical companies and others across the spectrum of care to build healthier organizations that deliver better care to patients in every setting. We believe in the importance of strong, vital organizations because we know that patients can only be healthy when our system is healthy.Every single McKesson employee contributes to our mission—by joining McKesson you act as a catalyst in a chain of events that helps millions of people all over the globe. Talented, compassionate people are the future of our company—and of healthcare. At McKesson, you’ll collaborate on the products and solutions that help us carry out our mission to improve lives and advance healthcare. Working here is your opportunity to shape an industry that’s vital to us all.We understand the importance of a system that works together. Your expertise, drive and passion can help us improve everything we touch, from providers to payors to pharmacies. Join our team of leaders to begin a rewarding career.Wherever you contribute here at McKesson, you will have the ability to make a real impact in the lives of others.POSITION DESCRIPTION:We are looking for an intern to join our Global Governance Risk and Compliance (GRC) program in support of the overall enterprise IT governance program. Minimum RequirementsMust be currently enrolled in a degree program for the duration of the internship to be eligible3.0 minimum GPAMust be currently enrolled in a Bachelor degree program and scheduled to graduate in the spring of 2019 or sooner. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Assist with conducting reviews of laws and regulations for compliance impact Participate in the development of recommendations to enhance risk indicators, change controls, and/or make process improvementsPerform risk assessments, analyze results, identify gaps and coordinate remediation activitiesWork with GRC team to ensure proper implementation of technical and procedural requirementsAdminister compliance for routine regulatory requirements and reporting under the supervision of the GRC teamAsist the team in developing effective metrics, and develop reports as needed ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:Currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Business, Political Science, Pre-Law, Computer Science, Accounting, Management Information Systems (MIS), Statistics, Risk Management or related field of study. Ability to participate in a full-time (40 hours a week) summer internship in our Scottsdale, AZ or San Francisco offices. CRITICAL SKILLS:Willingness to learn, develop, and contribute in a fun, fast-paced environment. Self-starter that brings both interpersonal skills and creative problem-solving skills. EducationMust be currently enrolled in a degree program for the duration of the internship to be eligibleCertifications/LicensurePhysical RequirementsGeneral Office DemandsBenefits & Company StatementMcKesson believes superior performance – individual and team – that helps us drive innovations and solutions to promote better health should be recognized and rewarded. We provide a competitive compensation program to attract, retain and motivate a high-performance workforce, and it’s flexible enough to meet the different needs of our diverse employee population.We are in the business of better health and we touch the lives of patients in virtually every aspect of healthcare. We partner with payers, hospitals, physician offices, pharmacies, pharmaceutical companies and others across the spectrum of care to build healthier organizations that deliver better care to patients in every setting.But we can’t do it without you. Every single McKesson employee contributes to our mission—whatever your title, whatever your role, you act as a catalyst in a chain of events that helps millions of people all over the globe. Talented, compassionate people are the future of our company—and of healthcare. At McKesson, you’ll collaborate on the products and solutions that help us carry out our mission to improve lives and advance healthcare. Working here is your opportunity to shape an industry that’s vital to us all.McKesson is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer – minorities/females/veterans/persons with disabilities.Qualified applicants will not be disqualified from consideration for employment based upon criminal history.Agency StatementNo agencies please.
We are looking for a part time intern (3-4 days a week) who can work at our chic downtown FiDi San Francisco office and who will jump in and contribute to our smart, fast paced team. We need a smart, detail oriented, resourceful individual who is self-motivated, not afraid to ask questions, enthusiastic, and willing to learn.Duration: Fall 2018. Flexible start/end date. Responsibilities:Be familiar with CCA's clients and our general marketing strategiesAssist with CCA's social media channelsWork on client projects as needed such as event support, social media, research, press releases and moreAssist with general office operationsCompensation:We offer an hourly rate of $15/hour and/or school credit pending what program needs your school has. Several of our internships in the past have resulted in full time employment.Qualifications:• Familiarity with Macs & Excel in particular• Up-to-date on the latest social media trends and social media savvy in a variety of channels: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr, etc. THIS IS KEY -we want STRONG STRATEGIC experience in social• Timeliness, attention to detail and accuracy are key to this position• Excellent written & verbal communications skills• Ability to work well with others while also running projects independently at times• Applicants must have at least 1 prior internship in an agency environment or an academic focus on communications of 3 years • Takes ownership of each task, being thoughtful and thorough in execution• Familiarity of CisionPoint, MailChimp, and Vertical Response is a plus!• Knowledge of the food & wine industry • Highly motivated and eager to learn
With a diverse set of clients – financial institutions, non-profit advocacy groups, labor unions and Democratic candidates for office—Telegraph (www.telegraphpr.com) provides advice on messaging and political strategy, creates advertising, and helps groups navigate the government process. Working with our team, the Summer Intern will function as a Jane or Jack-of-all-trades. This individual will apply his/her superb research, writing, organization, and creative skills to meet the varied needs of our clients. DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: § Monitor print and television media for relevant political or client-related news § Organize and staff community meetings and public hearings as needed § Conduct research related to organizations and their activities § Maintain our media contact database § Write talking points for television and political clients § Accompany the firm’s staff to client meetings as appropriate Perform other duties as needed. QUALIFICATIONS: Qualified candidates will be enrolled in a 4-year college, or will be a recent graduate. A focus on or interest in political science, public policy, or communications, as well as a demonstrated commitment to being part of the political process, are highly desirable traits. To be considered for this position, candidates must be available for a minimum of 20 hours a week for a set schedule. The position will begin around June 1, 2018 and will end around September 1, 2018. COMPENSATION: This position will pay $15 per hour on a bi-monthly basis. It does not include medical or retirement benefits. College credit may be available but it is up to you to handle the appropriate paperwork. CONTACT: Please submit a resume and cover letter via email to Louis Rodrigues at firstname.lastname@example.org before May 24th, 2018 to be considered for this position. No phone calls please. Resumes and cover letters in PDF format are highly preferred.
The primary objective of our summer internship program is to bring highly talented people into the organization. Our internship program is truly an 'early identification' program, focusing on identifying and investing in high potential university students graduating no sooner than December 2018, to encourage them to bring their talent back to Intuit after graduation. Through our summer internship program, university students gain an understanding of how to instill confidence and enable business growth with our products, customers, and internal processes, while making meaningful work contributions. Responsibilities The key responsibilities of the project manager intern will include: Collaborating with multiple stakeholders, including vendors, global business leaders, finance, HR business partners, SMEs from the engineering community and L&D team members to assess the current landscape and provide learning opportunities that will grow skills and knowledge in line with Intuit’s technology strategy and top priorities. Develop an engineering new college graduate roadmap for CTO Dev, plans for the future, which may include events, community building, growth opportunities, training and development Lead interviews with current Interns, recent new college grads (NCGs) Support Tech learning team operations, metrics, dashboards, analyzing data. Instilling a mindset of customer-driven innovation, rapid experimentation and iteration. Support the overall initiative to deliver technical curriculum with subject matter experts (SMEs) from initial assessment to understanding the capabilities we want to build, identifying where we start, the plan to get there, and executing on that plan. Assesses current training materials and approaches and make recommendations to improve the learners’ experience and increase the speed to proficiency. Partnering/managing site coordinators, that plan all logistics of training classes. Developing processes and materials for programs as needed considering local and global rollouts. Offering business partnership consulting on ad-hoc inquiries from around the company. Fosters an environment that generates innovative ideas and encourages smart risk-taking. Developing and running events like Innovation Days, Hackathons, or Demo Days that increase morale, collaboration and Innovation across the engineering community and Intuit. Actively pursuing Bachelors’ or Masters’ degree in HR, Communications, or Business management Demonstrated ability to influence and impact people at multiple organizational levels. Strong assessment, prioritizing and contracting skills - key stakeholder analysis and ability to set and manage expectations. Facilitation skills, including skills to open, narrow and close large group discussions, manage dialogue between stakeholders and participants. Experience in identifying and managing complex group dynamics and reacting real time to changes in content and/or process. Ability to think strategically in a complex environment. Project management experience (i.e. planning, organizational skills, and ability to manage multiple projects/tasks) exhibiting solid end-to-end thinking. Strong written and oral communication and listening skills. Strong experience using d4D principles to understand customer needs, test and measure results
The Public Health Institute (PHI) is an independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting health, well-being and quality of life for people throughout California, across the nation and around the world. As one of the largest and most comprehensive public health organizations in the nation, we are at the forefront of research and innovations to improve the efficacy of public health statewide, nationally and internationally. PHI was distinguished as one of the top 50 “Best Non-profit Organizations to Work For” by the Non-Profit Times in a national search. PHI’s California Alliance for Prevention Funding (CAPF) is seeking a Summer Intern to join their team for Summer 2018. CAPF’S mission is to build a culture of health for all Californians, reduce disparities and contain health costs through education and state level advocacy for new and sustained funding to promote health equity and prevent the leading causes of illness and injuries, particularly through upstream primary prevention. To learn more about CAPF visit https://www.ca-allianceforpreventionfunding.org/ As a Summer Intern, you will:Assist in the planning of and preparation for4 regional convening’s throughout California. Proposed regions include Southern California, the Central Valley, the Bay Area and Northern CaliforniaExtensive event planning such as managing logistics, drafting agendas, set-up and break-down etc.Drive the outreach and development of community partnershipsAssist in developing presentation materials and web content (graphs and infographics) for www.ca-allianceforpreventionfunding.orgResearch and write a 1-2 page fact sheet about the successes and benefits associated with community based prevention activities, with an emphasis on primary prevention, that address chronic disease and injuryResearch potential funding sources, governance structures and criteria for allocation of resources for a State Wellness Fund, which would provide sustained, dedicated funding for chronic disease and injury prevention in CaliforniaParticipate in meetings of CAPF and meetings of CAPF’s ad hoc committeesOther duties as assigned Ideal Qualifications Enrolled in the third/fourth year of a Bachelor’s degree program with emphasis on public healthBasic understanding of the principles of public health1 year of professional research experienceIntermediate proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)Excellent interpersonal and written communication skillsEvent planning experience desired Important Information This is a part time (20 hours/week) internship This internship is scheduled for June 11, 2018 – August 31, 2018 (Flexible) The starting pay rate for this internship is $15.31/hour This internship requires light travel Compensation: This is a non-exempt position and the salary is commensurate with experience. How to apply: To apply for this internship, submit your cover letter and resume via this link. We are proud to be an EEO/AA Employer For questions regarding this position, email us at email@example.com
Bipartisan government relations consulting firm headquartered in Washington, DC representing the largest number of local governments of any firm in DC, needs a dedicated Intern. Your help is critical to help us achieve our objectives- protect waterways and endangered species; address various environmental issues; rejuvenate neglected industrial areas into sustainable, vibrant economic communities; develop economic development plans for blighted cities; provide needed transportation infrastructure; and help mitigate lead paint hazards for young children. Join us and have a direct and meaningful impact on the lives of thousands in many communities across the US while developing professionally and personally. Your work will be critical in ensuring the team meets it's goals of obtaining funding for these crucial needs and to provide overall client satisfaction. Objective: To directly contribute to the overall success of our advocacy efforts. Be an integral part of our success in our unique work environment – independent, responsible, self-starters will: · Assist lobbyists and staff on short-term to medium-length projects. · Research and track federal legislation. · Search previous and current appropriations bills for critical information. · Locate grant opportunities for municipal and nonprofit clients. · Assist with public relations by compiling information for TFG’s website, database and business proposals. · Attend congressional and industry hearings and briefings. · Write blog posts, summaries and memorandums. · May also be responsible for contributing research and written content to technical reports on economic development planning, demographic analysis, environmental issues and related subjects. · Interns are expected to remain informed on current legislative affairs and daily news events. Education: Preferred candidates will be working towards, or have earned, a Master or Bachelor of Arts or Master or Bachelor of Science in political science, public policy, economics, environmental sciences, urban planning or related disciplines. We prefer applicants able to intern forty hours per week. Compensation is at an hourly rate of $11.50 to $15.00 per hour. Individuals with Masters Degrees in these disciplines with strong writing skills and related experience, are preferred. Candidates with BA or BS degrees in the same disciplines will be considered if the candidate has two years of relevant research experience. Requirements: · Excellent written and verbal communication skills. · Proficient in research, interpreting and analyzing diverse data. · Ability to work collaboratively and independently to achieve stated goals. · Highly organized, able to solve problems, able to work effectively under pressure. · Ability to use independent judgment effectively. · Ability to produce a quality work product within tight time constraints. · Proficiency in Microsoft suite programs, Adobe, and internet applications is necessary. · We require a policy-related writing sample from all applicants. If you are interested in TFG’s Intern position please send your resume, cover letter and writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate your availability. The subject line of your email should contain the words "Intern." This is Summer Intern position; we would like candidates to start as soon as possible. EOE/M/F/V/H
Program SummaryDates: Monday, June 18 to August 16, 2017 Fellowship Hours: 9:30 - 5 pm Monday – ThursdayHost: Beneficial State BankLocation: Oakland, CaliforniaFocus Area: Financial Empowerment ResearchIdeal Candidate: Graduate level student or exceptional juniors or seniors studying public policy, social welfare, business, economics, economic development, or a related discipline (all majors are encouraged to apply)Compensation: Beneficial State is committed to providing a living wage for all employees. Both organizations compensate at 150% of living wage using the MIT Living Wage Calculator to determine the per hour amount in each market. Based on the calculator, the summer stipend is $6674. Position OverviewExceptional students have a fantastic opportunity to apply their skills and experience to a dynamic, innovative organization that is pioneering “beneficial banking.” At the same time, summer fellows will gain exposure to community and socially-responsible banking through a series of workshops led by experts in the fields of community banking, investing, and finance. Summer projects are challenging and designed to contribute to the fellow’s career development.Position OverviewExceptional undergraduate students have a fantastic opportunity to apply their skills and experience to a dynamic, innovative organization that is pioneering “beneficial banking.” At the same time, summer fellows will gain exposure to community and socially-responsible banking through a series of workshops led by experts in the fields of community banking, investing, and finance. Summer projects are challenging and designed to contribute to the fellow’s career development.Project OverviewBeneficial State Bank is looking to better serve our clients and communities by providing them with additional financial education and empowerment services. In order to maximize the impact of these programs, we need to 1) understand current best practices, 2) find the right partners, and 3) have a deeper insight in to the financial needs of our clients and communities we serve. The fellow’s deliverables will focus on these three areas, and will have a direct impact on the direction of our financial empowerment programs going forward. Primary Job Duties and ResponsibilitiesConduct research on the effectiveness of financial education and financial empowerment programs and report on best practices.Conduct market and landscape analysis of financial education and financial empowerment programs in California, Oregon, and Washington. Assess potential partners to implement financial education programs to our clients and communities.Analyze the financial needs of our communities, clients and employees.Qualifications, Skills and AbilitiesGraduate level student or exceptional juniors or seniors studying public policy, social welfare, business, economics, economic development, or a related discipline (all majors are encouraged to apply)Strong research skills and ability to summarize/distill large amounts of informationExperience conducting focus groups amongst diverse audiencesExperience creating surveys, analyzing results, and presenting findingsBi-lingual in English and Spanish, preferredGreat writing skills with keen awareness of target audienceA strategic thinker with a natural ability to see the bigger picture to identify general themes and trendsCapacity to take initiative, consult, share information and ask questions within the Bank and Foundation and with other organizations as needed; entrepreneurial spiritComfort working in a culturally diverse setting with employees ranging from front line staff to executivesHighly self-motivated with a drive to produce quality work in a fast-paced environment, as part of a team or independentlyNaturally curious with a zest for learningHas a true “customer service” attitudeHumble and enjoys supporting and celebrating the success of colleaguesGreat sense of humor a plus Solid computer skills, including Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint required To learn more about this opportunity and other open fellowship positions, visit: http://bit.ly/BeneficialStateFellowshipProgram. To submit an online application, visit: http://bit.ly/2018beneficialstateapplication. For any questions, feel free to contact Maritessa Bravo Ares, Fellowship Manager at email@example.com.
Location: Hayward, CA Department: FinanceReports to: Finance DepartmentSummary: This is a 10 to 12-week summer internship providing a college student the opportunity to support the accounting operations of Arcus Biosciences, Inc. This position will join a small 5-person finance team with the opportunity to interact with various functions in the organization. The ideal candidate is someone with an interest in biotech, on a path to major in finance or accounting, has work experience, and an independent worker who is detailed oriented, eager to learn, systems-savvy, and not afraid to roll-up their sleeves and learn about key activities within an accounting operation of an exciting recently public company. The candidate will be supervised by the department’s experienced Staff Accountant, who will direct most of the day-to-day activities.Responsibilities:• Provide support throughout the Company’s accounts payable cycle to facilitate timely vendor payments: o Enter vendor bills in the Company’s ERP system, NetSuite o Assist with vendor invoice filing and organization o Match invoices with supporting documentation to authorize payment o Review open purchase orders and assist with proper adjustments or closure• Provide support in Company’s fixed assets tagging and annual inventory process o Assign asset tags to company’s key assets, including laboratory equipment o Confirm existence and functionality of assets on record o Help determine need for any asset write-offs• Provide general assistance during month-end close, including spreadsheet builds• Support other ad-hoc projects for finance department, as necessaryQualifications: • College student studying finance, accounting, or equivalent coursework • Detail-oriented and capable of working independently • Systems-savvy and familiar with Microsoft Excel
General Purpose:This is a rare and exciting opportunity for a student interested in PC gaming and social media to better understand gaming marketing and social media strategy. If your future holds a career in digital marketing, and you want to mesh your passion for PC gaming with writing, editing, and copywriting, then this internship is for you.Position Summary, Responsibilities and Expectations:Assist with facilitating conversation via social media by identifying relevant posts to engage with.Manage the r/CORSAIR reddit and official discord channels by moderating and reviewing comments and posts generated by our fans and customers.Assist the community of commenters and subscribers by providing support and guidance where necessary.Express yourself with creative writing and assist us in making unique and entertaining content for the gaming community.Assist in managing the flow of content from our social feeds and support channels to the subreddit.Assist in gathering metrics and reporting numbers from our various social media platforms.Essential Skills and Experience:Knowledgeable in gaming culture and languageWriting creative copy related to gamingUnderstanding of the functions of all social media platformsExceptional time managementExperience in Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel and PowerpointActive in gaming clubs and events is a plusPhotography and photoshop experience is a plusNo Relocation assisstance. Must be Sophomore / Junior
The Bloomingdale’s Store Management Internship program will teach you the inner workings of a multi-million dollar luxury department store. In this paid program, you will shadow key members of our Store Leadership Team and be exposed to the day-to-day events of our dynamic, fast-paced industry. Participants will gain an understanding of sales management, customer service, store operations, associate development, human resources and visual merchandising. This internship provides you with a unique opportunity to apply classroom training to address opportunities and challenges faced in our Bloomingdale’s stores. Additionally, you will learn what it takes to coach and develop a team of powerful sellers, assist in the daily operation of our stores, and analyze sales trends in an OMNI channel environment. t is the first step to a rewarding career in store management and beyond, potentially leading to an offer to join our full time Store Management Executive Development Program. Essential Functions: • Experience in a fast paced and dynamic selling floor environment. • Enhancement of leadership skills to coach and inspire a world class team.• Augmented learning and professional development through curriculum facilitated by subject matter experts.• Strategic business project to effect change within our stores organization.• Collaboration on business initiatives with senior leadership and peer mentors, providing you with additional guidance and coaching. Qualifications: Education/Experience: • College Juniors• Minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA, all majors considered. Communication Skills: • Excellent communication and relationship building skills. Reasoning Ability: • Strong business acumen and problem solving skills. Other Skills: • Leadership experience and ability to drive results through others.• Ability to prioritize projects and multi-task to achieve productivity and business goals.• Retail experience not required but preferred.
What does a Community Manager Intern do?Democratizing opportunity for college students goes beyond making sure students have access to jobs they can apply to. Many students don’t have access to the same information that their peers at other colleges have. The Community Manager Intern will play a pivotal role in changing that by helping us launch our peer-to-peer community for students to ask questions and get career advice from experienced upperclassmen and alumni.You will be responsible for maximizing our impact by ensuring we find answers for questions from all students. You will focus on sourcing a healthy supply of questions from students, and making sure we deliver high quality, relevant answers from upperclassmen or alumni. You are excited about our mission and the potential of building a community that helps students achieve successful careers. What we're excited for you to work onLead our efforts to source and validate career-related questions from studentsOwn the process of getting answers to those questions from other students and alumniModerate submitted questions and answers to ensure they are high quality and meet our content guidelinesWork with our product team to target Q&A to maximize relevanceDrive experimentation for how we can grow organic community participation Build out increasingly automated processes to streamline our Q&A sourcing efforts What we look forSelf starter: highly organized, learns quickly, with a relentless focus on getting things doneComfort with ambiguity: ability to own and drive projects to successful completion with minimal definition, in situations where the ‘right’ path is not always clearExcitement taking products from zero to one Ability to work out of our San Francisco officeAbout HandshakeOur mission is to democratize opportunity - to make it easy for any student to build a great career, no matter where they go to school, what they're majoring in, or who they know. Backed by $34m from Spark Capital, Kleiner Perkins, True Ventures and Lightspeed Partners, Handshake has partnered with 500 universities (schools of all sizes and locations, including Stanford, Princeton, UVA, Michigan, Texas, Spelman and Harvey Mudd), and has more than 8 million student profiles and 200,000 companies recruiting on our platform, including 100% of the Fortune 500. Our extensive data on students' interests and historical career outcomes gives Handshake the unique ability to help students imagine, plan and jumpstart their future careers. Come join our passionate, diverse team at our beautiful office in the heart of the Mission in San Francisco!We value diversity of all kinds, and are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace where we learn from each other. We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome people of all different backgrounds, experiences, abilities, and perspectives.
BBDO is the world's most awarded advertising agency. Today BBDO is 15,000 employees in 289 offices across 81 countries, all focused on: The Work. The Work. The Work. Simply put, our goal is to create and deliver the most compelling content for our clients. Consequently, we seek those who love ideas, get excited by creativity and rise to the challenge of making “The Work” happen. BBDO Los Angeles will be hosting up to 10 interns this summer in a 10-week long program that will kick off on June 4th and run until August 10th. In order to apply, applicants must fit the following criteria: Be a US citizen or permanent resident of the United StatesBe one of the following: a high school senior, enrolled in an accredited two - or four - year academic institution, or graduate studentBe in academically good standing as defined by each academic institution If you’re interested in being a part of “The Work”, please complete and submit the requested information below no later than May 11, 2018. Letter of recommendationCopy of most recent transcript (official transcript preferred)Indicate your preferred department: Account Management, Creative, Planning, Media, or ProductionIn less than 250 words, sell us LA Traffic *If applying for an internship in the Creative Department, please include samples of your work with the application materials. Please email your application and any questions you have to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line, ‘BBDO LA.’ We look forward to hearing from you!
Organization OverviewAs the nation’s leading pro-choice advocacy group, NARAL Pro-Choice America is dedicated to protecting and expanding reproductive freedom for all Americans, including abortion access. Along with more than one million member activists from all 50 states and network of state affiliates, NARAL works to guarantee that each woman has access to the full range of reproductive freedoms. This means we’re on the front lines in the fight to expand access to abortion, make contraception more affordable, prohibit discrimination against pregnant women, and ensure all parents have access to paid leave. In recognition of our work defending the constitutional right to abortion, Fortune Magazine rated NARAL as “one of the top 10 advocacy groups in America.”At NARAL, we don’t operate or litigate; we organize and mobilize. Working together, we push our friends to be bolder, lift up the champions fighting with us on the front line for true reproductive freedom, and we shine a spotlight of accountability on bad actors that works to impose their ideological agenda on others.Location: San Francisco, CaliforniaReports To: VP of Special Projects or Associate Director of California ProgramThis Position is: Non-exempt, Non-management, Non-Union; Part-Time 15-20 hours per week for 12 weeks.SummaryThe Program Intern supports programmatic campaigns and projects through research, collaboration with staff and external stakeholders, social media and website maintenance and administrative support.ResponsibilitiesResearch and organizing in support of legislative and political campaignsMaintaining and updating politically-relevant documents and materials;Assisting in the planning and logistical preparation for internal and external meetings and volunteer engagement events; participating in on- and off-site meetings as necessary;Supporting and maintaining website and social media outletsGeneral administrative duties as neededQualificationsOrganized with a great attention to detailExcellent verbal and written communications skillsAble to work with a wide variety of people, anticipate needs, prioritize and handle a variety of projectsProfessional demeanor and appearance requiredA strong interest in electing pro-choice candidates to office and passing pro-choice legislation is required.Organizing or electoral experience is a plusRequirementsCurrently enrolled in or recently completed an accredited undergraduate or graduate degree program preferred,Demonstrated commitment to protecting a woman’s right to choose;A strong interest in the political and policy-making process;Strong research and analytical skills;Ability to work in a fast-paced collaborative environment;Excellent attention to detail;Experience with Microsoft Office and Google Drive preferred;Experience with VAN helpful but not requiredGeneral computer proficiency.At least 10 week commitmentApplication ProcessNARAL Pro-Choice America does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, socioeconomic status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, or political affiliation. Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.To apply for this position, please submit a one-page of interest and resume:https://goo.gl/forms/1ljSsbScfpoKwGP43For Questions please email CAjobs@prochoiceamerica.org
Policy and Research Intern (Summer 2018) Organization Founded in 2010, California Competes is an independent, non-partisan project aimed at bolstering the state’s postsecondary outcomes to foster robust regional economies, vibrant communities, and an engaged citizenry. California Competes is committed to advancing policies and practices that can vastly accelerate and promote degree attainment in our state. We pursue our goals by conducting timely research, developing policy options, and spotlighting promising practices that can improve California’s higher education system. We do this work with the ultimate goal of improving the educational, social, and economic outcomes for low-income and underrepresented Californians. Read more about our policy priorities, staff, and esteemed Leadership Council at californiacompetes.org. Position Reporting to the Deputy Director, the Policy and Research Intern will support several policy research and legislative affairs efforts at the organization. The Policy Intern will be instrumental in the successful planning and execution of California Competes’ second annual legislator-only policy convening, the California Higher Education Policy Institute (CHEPI). The purpose of these convenings is to engage and educate state legislators on key policy issues in the state to promote a public agenda for equitable higher education. Working closely with our Policy and Research Analyst, this work will likely include background research on legislative priorities and higher education policy topics, liaising with legislative offices, and organizing parts of the evening’s events. This year, the event will take place in Sacramento in early August. The Policy and Research Intern will be an integral part of the project team and is expected to attend the event. There will also be opportunities to support ongoing research projects or to conduct independent research on a higher education topic of interest and develop a short piece with findings. Responsibilities · Work with Policy and Research Analyst and other team members as needed to support the planning and execution of the second California Higher Education Policy Institute. · Conduct research on policy issues and present findings at internal team meetings and/or develop findings into a brief or blog posts to be shared publicly. Requirements · Experience with quantitative and qualitative research methods in the policy context · Experience with communicating academic research into accessible formats for lay audiences · Exceptional communication (written and oral) skills, including representing organizations in formal settings such as liaising with legislative offices or other government officials · Exceptional organizational and project management skills including tracking multiple deliverables at the same time · Demonstrated ability to work independently with initiative, as well as work productively in a team setting · Demonstrated ability to multi-task as needed, consistently meet deadlines, and manage time well · Demonstrated fluency in written and spoken English · Demonstrated experience or interest in California’s higher education policy issues and system Qualifications Currently enrolled candidate in Masters/Doctoral/professional program Duration 10 weeks, 40 hrs/week, scheduled flexibility may be negotiated with supervisor June 4 – August 10 (dates are approximate) Compensation Stipend: $5,000 Application Process To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com, with “Policy and Research Intern” in the subject line. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis; please submit application by Monday, May 7th. California Competes, a project of Community Partners, is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. In addition, the organization will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring.