What is an Internship? Can any job be an internship? Can I receive College Credit?
Internships are typically one-time work or service EXPERIENCE related to the student’s major or career goal. The internship plan generally involves students working in professional settings under the supervision of a practicing professional. Internships can be PAID or UNPAID, and the student may or may not receive academic credit for performing the internship. Once you find the internship lead that you are interested in, contact your advisor, or a professor in your area to see if the internship qualifies for academic credit.
Internships are essential for students and graduates with limited career experience! The likelihood of getting hired by that company after you graduate significantly increases if you have worked for them or similar company in an internship prior to graduation. Your academic advisor may know of qualifying companies within your field of study that are offering student internships.
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Alltech is a global leader in the animal health and nutrition industry and among the top ten animal health companies in the world, focused on natural scientific solutions to today’s biggest agriculture and food industry challenges. Headquartered in Lexington, Kentucky, Alltech has offices and distributors in 128 countries; 3 bioscience centers; and 32 manufacturing facilities located strategically throughout the world.
*Marketing Internship Program: Our marketing internships are well rounded and offer a cross-functional experience with professionals specializing in Public Relations, Species Management, Brand Management, Social Media, Web Development, Video Production, Education, Graphic Design and Events and Tradeshows. Each intern is mentored by a member of the marketing team and matched with a project that illustrates how the collaboration of our expertise delivers a market relevant message to our customers around the world.
*Research Internship Program: Internships at Alltech’s Center for Animal Nutrigenomics and Applied Animal Nutrition offer students the opportunity to work in a professional research setting and utilize state-of-the-art equipment and technology.
*Management Information Systems (MIS) Internship Program: Internship Program provides students with a real world learning experience working at the heart of a centralized MIS operation supporting a worldwide organization. Program projects are designed as closely as possible to support students’ skills, background and desired specialization in the MIS field.
For more information regarding these internships and to apply online please go to: http://www.alltech.com/about/careers/internships
MINORITY ACCESS INTERNSHIPS
The Minority Access National Internship Program is designed to allow talented undergraduate and graduate students experience the diversity and scope of career opportunities available in the federal government and other participating entities. The program provides students with the opportunity to merge academic theory with practical application in the workplace. www.minorityaccess.org
Amazon Rainforest - Conservation and Community Volunteer
Community Development Internship (6 month program)
Are you looking to start a career in conservation research? Do you want to get involved with local community projects? Are you passionate about sustainability and helping to protect the rainforest? Become a crees volunteer!
Crees is excited to introduce our 2 – 12 week volunteer programmes based around Conservation Research and Community Development in the heart of the Amazon Rainforest! This programme is designed to help recent graduates and gap year students develop specific career skills and gain much needed hands on experience.
You will be working at a real life tropical research centre, alongside expert acedemics and scientists. Taking part in daily surveys in the jungle to measure species diversity and distribution; including pit-falls, butterfly nets, mist-netting, colpa work, transects, camera trapping, data analysis and much more! Another part of our programme engages with social, economic and environmental issues.We provide an extensive training programme that prepares volunteers from any background to make a real on-the-ground difference while experiencing the amazing wildlife, raw beauty, and immense physical challenges of the Amazon rainforest.For more information please visit our website, or email us at email@example.com
J.P. Turner & Company Internship Program
Location: Atlanta, GA & Other Locations
The J.P. Turner & Company Internship Program provides students with a unique opportunity to gain valuable knowledge and experience in the financial services industry. The focus of the internship will understand what an investment advisor actually does to become successful and to learn about Alternative Investments, Compliance, Trading, Managed & Insurance Products, Operations and Marketing Campaigns. J.P. Turner & Company, LLC (Member SIPC) is an independent brokerage and investment banking firm that offers an array of investment products and services. Advisory and Financial Planning services are offered through our affiliate company J.P. Turner & Company Capital Management, LLC.
Qualifications: Strong communication skills are a must for this position. Along with this skill, a successful candidate for our program should also demonstrate the following skills:
- A high level of work ethic
- The ability to make phone calls
- Possess planning and organizational skills
- Have the ability to handle a fast-paced work environment
As an intern, you would either work with various “Team Managers” by assisting in business processing or you will work with an assigned department in financial services. As an intern, you will also have the opportunity to attend product development classes, and work with other departments, as needed. Internships are offered year-round and we are looking for interns to start immediately. Please note: This internship is unpaid; however, you will gain real world experience. Consider becoming an investment representative with J.P. Turner & Company, an independent brokerage firm headquartered in Atlanta.
Numerous Positions Available: Internships & Salaried Positions; Investment Advisor, Investment Executive, Stock Broker, Estate Planner, Insurance Planner, Certified Financial Educator, Certified Financial Planner
J.P. Turner has been the recipient of numerous awards:
- 2012 Top 50 Independent Broker Dealers by Financial Advisor Magazine
- 2011 Best Places to Work in Georgia by Georgia Trend Magazine
- 34 Up & Coming Firms by Financial Planning Magazine
- Top 10 Atlanta Brokerage Firm by the Atlanta Business Chronicle
Please join us for a one hour seminar titled:
How & Why Do I want to be an Independent Investment Advisor & or become an Intern.
Pick the best day for you: March 20th or March 27th or April 3rd or April 10th
One Buckhead Plaza
11th Floor 3060 Peachtree Road NW
Atlanta, GA 30305
Don’t hesitate to call or email any questions.
Eric M. Jenkins
Senior Vice President of Investments
National Director of Training & Development
Director of Internship Program
Office: (404) 479-8130 Cell: (727) 409-3484 Fax: (404) 479-8350 Toll Free: (888) 578-8763 ext 130
Boston University, Summer Study Internship Program
Boston University Summer Term is pleased to offer the Summer Study Internship Program- a valuable opportunity for visiting students that combines in-depth academic knowledge and practical experience on the job. This is a twelve-week program, the first six weeks students take two academic summer courses chosen from one of the eight tracks earning 8 credits. The final six weeks, Boston University places each individual in a professionally relevant at a Boston- area firm or organization. Summer Program Tracks: Arts & Culture, Business & Management, Communication +
- Graphic & Web Design
- Health Sciences & Policy
- International Studies
- Politics, Public Policy & Law
- Psychology & Social Policy
For more information contact 617-353-0556 or look on the website, www.bu.edu/summer/internship
Summer 2013 (FULL-TIME) Internship- Washington DC
Since 1967, The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) has been a leader in educating young people from around the world in the fundamental principles of American democracy and our free market system.
Washington, DC Programs
- Engalitcheff Institute on Comparative Political and Economic Systems – for students wanting to pursue careers in public policy, economics and government service.
- Institute on Economics and International Affairs – for students interested in a career in the Foreign Service, international affairs, or multi-national NGOs.
- Institute on Political Journalism – for students interested in a career in journalism, communications and public relations.
- Institute on Business and Government Affairs – for students interested in a career in lobbying, trade associations and government affairs offices.
- Institute on Philanthropy and Voluntary Service – for students interested in careers in the nonprofit sector, direct service and fundraising.
- Capital Semester – for students who are interested in a spending full semester in Washington, DC.
- Legal Studies Institute – for first and second year law students looking to add a DC experience to their legal portfolio.
While participating in the undergraduate Washington, DC programs, students live in on-campus housing at George Washington University or in furnished apartments in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. Each student takes 6-9 credit hours in courses at George Mason University in addition to interning 30-35 hours per week. Students also have the opportunity to enroll in our Mentor Program, attend site briefings, visit D.C. landmarks, sit in on professional development seminars, and meet experts in their field. For More Information Go to: http://www.dcinternships.org/
Save the Children Fall Internship
Location: US - KY - Lexington
The Fall Intern will work with the U.S. Program Sponsorship staff to help design a child record filing system. The intern will help oversee a new filing system project from design to implementation including current child records and upcoming proactive campaigns. He/she will lead and participate in other projects as opportunities arise.
•Assess current files needing updating.
•Create new files for Western Area child records.
•Create new filing system and create files for proactive mailing campaigns.
•File all Annual Family Update forms.
•Communicate gaps in child records to appropriate Sponsorship staff.
•Currently enrolled as undergraduate (Junior level or above) or recent college graduate
•Detail oriented within the scope of a larger project.
•Experience with project/process planning.
•Ability to prioritize phases and tasks.
•Advanced organizational skills.
•Skilled in Microsoft Office programs including Word, Excel and Publisher.
•Ability to work with minimal supervision.
Unpaid intern part-time: 20 hours per week Dates: September to December
Alltec Internships for Undergraduate Students
Alltech internships offer students and graduates the opportunity to explore career paths in different areas. Please visit the Careers page to view all of our internship opportunities. Note, the internships described on this web site refer to specific programs based at our international headquarters in Kentucky, USA. Each program’s requirements and application forms are different. Find out more here: http://alltech.com/education/university/undergraduate-internship
Latino Outreach Internship Company: National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Greater IL Chapter
Location:525 W. Monroe, Chicago, Illinois
Contact Person:Jocelyn Cheng
Date Posted:Thursday, March 01, 2012
Position Summary: To fulfill the objectives of the grant funded by the Healthcare Foundation of Highland Park to provide outreach and public education about multiple sclerosis, specifically for people of Latino origin living in northern Lake County. This grant runs for approximately one year. Qualifications/Specialized Skills
• Fluent in Spanish and English
• A college student (undergraduate or graduate) in social sciences preferred, or equivalent life experiences
• Familiarity with Latino communities in suburban Lake County
• Ability to work well with Latino community leaders, organization staffs and public
• Ability to work independently from remote location as well as with staff in office
• Available to work evenings and weekends
Physical Requirements (i.e. lifting, visual)
• Ability to self-transport to communities in suburban Lake County and Chicago land area
• Ability to carry printed materials and set up/take down Chapter informational booth
Time commitment: 20-25 hours a week, to include weekends as needed
Salary: 20 per hour, part-time only
How To Apply:Please submit your resume by fax or email to :312.421.4544 or firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate "Latino Outreach"
Company Summary:The National Multiple Sclerosis Society mobilizes people and resources to drive research for a cure and to address the challenges of everyone affected by MS.
Institute for Humane Studies - 3301 N Fairfax Drive, Suite 440 - Arlington, VA 22201-4432
Application is due July 1!
Help your students break into professional journalism and earn money with journalism internship through the Institute for Humane Studies.
- Program highlights:
• Eight−week internship at a newspaper, radio station, new media company, or television newsroom
• Weeklong Journalism & a Free Society Seminar featuring lectures by top journalists and scholars
• Mentoring and job-placement consultation with industry experts
• Stipend, travel allowance, and housing assistance
Applications due July 1 (Add to calendar) Apply: www.TheIHS.org/apply
Learn more at www.theIHS.org/journalism and spread the news via email forward, Facebook, and Twitter. Best Regards, Keri Anderson
Institute for Humane Studies
Connect with IHS
Disney Professional Internships: Apply Now! Our recruiting season for Disney Professional Internships is underway. We encourage you to visit our website, disneyinterns.com, and apply for internships in which you are interested today!
Disney Professional Internships are available at the Walt Disney World® Resort, Disneyland® Resort and Walt Disney Imagineering. Each of these unique areas of our global company offers students the ability to apply classroom learning while networking with Disney professionals, gaining valuable experience from a Fortune™ 100 Company and having fun!
Internships are offered in a wide range of areas, including but not limited to:
• Animal Sciences • Agricultural Sciences • Information Technology • Events • Human Resources
• Communication • Education • Finance Management • Merchandise• Labor Operations
• Operations/Guest Relations • Sales and Marketing • Engineering • Entertainment
**The deadline to apply for Management Internships is February 17th.
***The deadline to apply for most other Professional Internship positions is March 2nd.
Visit www.disneyinterns.com for more information and to apply!
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Christian Appalichian Project
Each year, thousands of recent college and high school graduates dedicate a year to post-graduate service. These individuals are not “taking a year off,” they are dedicating their time to enriching communities, growing in faith and serving the poor as Christ taught us. Long-term volunteers receive benefits of room & board and a stipend. To apply, click here