Friday, July 30, 2010

Bostron Bruins Internship

Bruins are looking for interns again. This is an unpaid HR internship. All the Bruins internships are unpaid. For more details go the the NHL job site:


As an intern in Human Resources, you will learn the many facets of recruiting, retention, and HR law and compliance in a high-paced, high-volume environment! This internship assists the HR department for the TD Garden, Boston Bruins, and Sportservice.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, general administrative support, job postings, schedule paperwork appointments with new hires and implement paperwork session, research and develop partnerships to enhance recruitment efforts, and assist in the development of intern events, Intern Orientation, intern recruitment, and future internship programs. Ability to work a flexible schedule required. Other duties as assigned.
All internships are unpaid and for college credit only.

MIS Intern - Riverside RI Citizen's Bank

Citizens bank is advertising an intern position in MIS. I saw it this
morning on Here's the link for more details and a way to

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Stock Room Assistant Internship

Description of the company including the mission, location, sales and market coverage. Please include your web URL (if you have it).
* we are a full service boat yard. 300 Gulf Road, S. Darmtouth.

Overview of the internship/coop objectives: *shipping and receiving. objectives include helping to run/organize the parts department.

Primary duties and responsibilities: *include helping run all facets of the parts department. Data entry, physical organization of materials, researching parts. *Helping off the street customers and employees find the parts they need.
What will the student learn from this experience? *will learn how shipping and receiving operates. will get a sense for how a boat yard runs.
Job Title: *stock room assistant
Compensation: *min wage - hourly

*Academic preparation of the student required (graduate, senior, junior, courses taken, GPA, etc.): *undergraduates would be fine. Need an organized, responsible student that is detail oriented.
Skills required: *organization skills key. keyboarding skills. interpersonal skills. research skills.
Hours of work: *flexible. potentially 15 - 20 hrs/week

Start and end dates: *flexible. could start any time. could be ongoing.

Primary supervisor: *charlie white - stock room manager

To whom should students send resume/application and how? *stuart macgregor - general manager:

Deadline for submitting resume/application: *friday 8/6

How will the student(s) be evaluated?
*i'll need to think about this one... we have an evaluation system that we normally run through in February. i suppose we'd go through that process quarterly.
Additional company contacts (if applicable): *n/a
Name and title of the person providing this information stuart macgregor - general manager

Marketing Internships on Campus F2010

Marketing Internship
Positions: 2
Available for students with Work-Study and Non-Work-Study

We are looking for two marketing interns to assist our office in Event Planning and Volunteer Outreach. Events will include but are not limited to 9/11 National Day of Service, MLK Day 1/18, African American Read-In and Alternative Breaks. Each intern will earn $500 per semester, paid bi-weekly. The interns will assist in the following efforts: Social Media (including Facebook and Twitter outreach), creating appropriate marketing and publication materials to distribute on campus, recruiting volunteers for service projects, photographing service events and writing articles for the Torch, etc. Interested students should send their resume to Deirdre Healy,

Monday, July 19, 2010

Fall 2010 Marketing Internships UMD-Based

UMD's division of Professional and Continuing Education is looking for

at least two marketing interns to help market the division's programs. One of the positions is for general marketing while the other one is a social media agent. For the social media internship, the candidate should have a good understanding of how such services as Facebook and Twitter are utilized as powerful marketing tools. Both internships should qualify for internship credit (3 credits as a business elective), assuming you also enroll in MKT399 Marketing Internship and complete the Fall 2010 internship course and meet the 135 hour minimum of internship
work. Both positions require strong MS Office and internet skills and at least junior standing; preferably as a marketing major. Interested candidates should respond to Mr. Ron Fortier at: To be considered for an internship, please send Mr. Fortier a brief email
with your resume attached.

If a student is accepted into this internship, the next step for credit is game approval from Michael Griffin, CCB Internship Director. Professor Griffin can be reached via email: But the first step for all interested students is to apply for the
internship by send an email and resume to: