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.
Download our comprehensive internship list for info on opportunities across the US, and abroad
Many MORE local/regional job postings we know of are at: http://www.campbellsville.edu/career-services . Several could be considered as possible internship for class credit.
World Trade Center Research Intern, Louisville/Lexington
Trade Research Intern (Part-time) Unpaid-
Location of Job: Lexington and Louisville
Company Address:301 East Main Street, Suite 110. Lexington Kentucky 40507
Contact Email Address: email@example.com
Contact Name: Callie Jahn Contact Phone: (502) 574-4773
Position Description: The WTC-KY Trade Research Internship provides students with an opportunity to gain valuable experience in researching international markets and trade compliance issues. This internship is excellent preparation for careers in diplomacy, import/export, international sales & marketing, trade promotion, and a host of related fields.
Time Commitment: 2-3 days per week; 10-20 hours
Location: Lexington or Louisville Office
Hourly Rate: Unpaid; Course Credit Offered; $1200 International Trade Certification included (tentative date – first week of Nov)
• Perform research on international trade regulations and overseas market(s) utilizing WTC library and online resources
• Create cultural country briefs on key markets for Kentucky businesses
• Draft summaries of current trade issues for clients
• Perform research for the development of trade education programs (for example, working with government entities to research current Kentucky exporting facts and figures)
• Weekly administrative tasks include scanning and documenting archives for online WTC library, making
Website Address for Applying Online: http://www.wtcky.org/pages/internship-opportunities
2015 Americana Summer Teen Program
Internship Description Mission Statement: Americana Community Center strives to provide a spectrum of services to the diverse individuals and families of the Louisville Metro area, including refugees, immigrants, and those born in the U.S. These services enable people to realize their individual potential, build strong families, and create a healthy & supportive community for all.
Site Name: Americana Community Center
Assignment Area: Louisville, KY
Experience working with at-risk youth preferred
Ability to work in a fast paced and high stress environment
Access to a car a plus but not required to fulfill duties
Must be able to work with people from a variety of backgrounds, especially individuals who may not speak English as a first language.
Bilingual skills a plus
Must be willing to work as part of a team to fulfill agency goals
If interested, please contact Elizabeth Roberts at firstname.lastname@example.org or 502-366-7813 x18.
KEI ABROAD SUMMER INTERNSHIPS
Highlighting some of this summer internship abroad opportunities through __KEI Abroad_____
CHINA : BeijingPositions are available in business, marketing, finance, communications, commerce law, public relations and humanitarian aid
ECUADOR : GuayaquilPositions areavailable in business, international relations, hospitality, environment, wildlife, medicine, health administration, teaching English and humanitarian aid
ENGLAND : LondonPositions are available in business, marketing, merchandising, finance, communications, commerce law, public relations, teaching English and humanitarian aid
SPAIN : BarcelonaPositions are available in business, marketing, merchandising, finance, communications, commerce law, public relations, sports administration and humanitarian aid
TANZANIA: Dar es SalaamPositions are available in business, marketing, finance, medicine, health, communications, law, public relations, humanitarian aid, science, engineering, media and many other fields
Kim Nicholas kim@KEIabroad.org
KENTUCKY FARM BUREAU FEDERATION SUMMER INTERNSHIPS
Part-time Location of Job:Louisville Position Description:• Assist with researching and writing news releases and posting online news articles. • Research and update database of journalist e-mails used for press release distribution. • Research source materials and create media kits for Kentucky Farm Bureau’s “Measure the Candidates” forum. • Assist in planning and preparing the 2015 Institute for Future Agricultural Leaders (IFAL) binders and materials. • Attend the IFAL Conferences. • Murray State University: June 14-18 • University of Kentucky: June 21-25 • Assist with preparations and attend the 2015 Young Farmer Summer Outing, July 10-11. • Assist with maintaining Kentucky Farm Bureau scholarship records, contacting recipients and performing administrative duties related to the Education Foundation. • Assist with tasks related to the Kentucky Farm Bureau Golf Classic and solicitation of judges for young farmer contests, communication awards and other recognition programs. • Assist with preparations for the National Agriculture in the Classroom Conference and the district women’s planning meetings. • Attend a district policy development meeting and learn about the policy development process. • Approximately 20-30 hours per week. • Some evening work and in-state travel possible.
A stipend of $3,000, to be paid at a rate of $250 per week for a total of 12 weeks. Internship will begin in mid-May and end in early August 2015. Contact Name:Susan Tanner Contact Email Address:email@example.com Contact Phone:(502) 495-5000
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
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
Alltec Internships for Undergraduate Students 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 /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, 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
Disney Professional Internships: Apply Now! Our recruiting season for Disney Professional Internships is underway. 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.
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 in February
***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 Appalachian 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