Thursday, March 24, 2011
UMass Dartmouth's Advanced Technology & Manufacturing Center (ATMC) is hosting a Career Fair with a new start-up company in New Bedford - RocketFish Media.
There are internship opportunities for many college majors including Marketing/Sales and Social Networking Specialists.
WHERE: ATMC, 151 Martine St., Fall River, MA 02747
WHEN: Wednesday, March 30th, 2011
TIME: 5 - 7 PM
Pizza & Soda Provided
YOU MUST RSVP TO: Jane Staples, Co-op & Intern Director - firstname.lastname@example.org by March 29th!
Bring Your Resume
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Global Marine Energy, Inc. is looking for a bright CCB major to intern (paid) at its headquarters in Boston. Here are some details about this exciting opportunity. If you are interested, send Kelley Lynch your resume attached to a brief email that discusses you interest in the position. This is open to all CCB majors but I believe priority will be given to students with solid GPAs and in at least their junior year.
Here's the internship posting that I received a few days ago.
Global Marine Energy (globalmarine-energy.com) provides marine power cable planning, installation and maintenance services to utilities planning offshore installations as part of their grid build-out. We also work with consultancies and developers working in the emerging offshore renewable energy industry, as they develop wind, wave, and tidal energy production projects, bringing carbon-neutral energy to the grid.
Our roots go back over 160 years, originating with Global Marine Systems Limited (globalmarinesystems.com), the world’s largest independent provider of submarine cable services, and a pioneer in the field of subsea cabling. Global Marine Energy operates independently, but we draw on the experience and knowledge base built up by the cabling experts at Global Marine Systems. Global Marine Energy also has access to a full range of equipment required for installing and maintaining cabling, including ships, barges, and ROVs.
GME’s services encompass all aspects of preparing for, installing, and maintaining subsea inter-array, export, and inter-connect cabling. Our intention is to hire intern support to fulfil research and analysis functions within the company in support of these functions.
Although not exhaustive, the following list provides outlines the types of activities to be performed by an intern:
Assist in researching potential vendors & suppliers.
Research potential trade organizations that have the remit to attract vendors. (For example ADC, the Association of Diving Contractors International could be used as a source whereby dive companies come to us to apply to become approved suppliers.)
Research power cable manufacturers and their capabilities, especially as it relates to the US. Players in the market, cable types, production capacity, transportation requirements for shipping to US.
Data collation & organization arising from the return of completed vendor questionnaire forms.
Create a database containing all supplier information including name, contact, field of operations, embedded completed vendor questionnaire forms etc.
Convert GMSL UK policies, procedures including Health & Safety etc to a suitable format for GME Inc.
Create Master Document Register (MDR) collating the above into an approved QM document.
Research USA H&S law pertaining to OSHA, work out the differences between OSHA and the UK HSE requirements. I believe that the HSE requirements are more onerous and that id we adhere to those standards, we will be ok re OSHA.
COSHH. USA COSHH regulations are different than European standards. This needs researching and the ability to comply written into SOP.
Training, research legal requirements for offshore workers of each rank. E.g. STCW 95, USCG regulations etc.
Collate European wind farm & offshore worker training course syllabuses; work out what training is optimal for each rank.
Find out what training (if any) of those types is available in the US. E.g. confined spaces, tower access, small boat access, working at heights, rescue from heights, manual handling, sea survival, fire fighting etc.
From that create a document outlining what training courses we need to set up to ensure that we are able to obtain qualified safe offshore personnel.
Obtain costings for above courses. Liaison with unions and Mass Maritime Academy may be required.
In a nutshell, formulate GME Inc training strategy and create course curricula.
General offshore market research, keeping abreast of industry activity and keeping the Master Project list up to date.
Become familiar with GMSL’s Geocable software package, which will be set up in the Boston Office.
Research and catalogue State-Province permitting/seabed requirements.
Interns will be paid & managed in a manner commensurate with the policy at their respective College or University policy.
Interns will work a fixed set of hours at our Boston office location, 11 Beacon Street, Suite 910
For more information please contact Kelley Lynch:
Sunday, March 13, 2011
Saturday, March 12, 2011
Requisition Number 11-0025
Post Date 3/11/2011
Title Cost Accounting Intern
City Boston State MA
Description Finance/Cost Accounting InternSummer Internship opportunity to work in Cost Accounting in our Finance department at Hachette Book Group located in Boston, MA.
About Hachette Book Group’s Intern Program:Hachette Book Group is actively seeking college candidates for our summer internship program in our Boston office. In addition, interns will have the opportunity to work in conjunction with seasoned professionals in specific fields handling day-to-day responsibilities, helping with special projects, and attending departmental meetings. To enhance their work experience, interns will become familiar with all aspects of book publishing through educational sessions that feature speakers from all parts of the company. This is a paid internship. Students must also be able to make arrangements to live in the Boston area over the summer. We do not have an official housing program.
About Hachette Book Group:Hachette Book Group is a leading trade publisher based in New York and a division of Hachette Livre, the second largest publisher in the world. Hachette Book Group’s product lines include adult, illustrated, religious, children’s and audio books under the Little, Brown and Company, Little Brown Books for Young Readers, Grand Central Publishing, FaithWords, Center Street, Orbit, Yen Press and Hachette Book Group Digital Media imprints. Its bestselling authors include Ansel Adams, Marc Brown, David Baldacci, Michael Connelly, Nelson DeMille, Malcolm Gladwell, Robert Kiyosaki, Walter Mosley, Joyce Meyer, Stephenie Meyer, James Patterson, David Sedaris, Anita Shreve, Nicholas Sparks, Cecily von Ziegesar, and Paula White. HBG classics include: The Catcher in the Rye, The Bridges of Madison County, Bartlett’s Familiar Quotations, To Kill A Mockingbird, the Arthur children’s books, and works by photographer Ansel Adams. Hachette Book Group also sells and distributes books for other publishers and has a state of the art warehouse in Indiana and customer service operations in Boston. For more information, visit http://www.hachettebookgroup.com/.
Responsibilities:The intern will assist with the daily Cost Vouchering process which includes opening and sorting mail, vouchering invoices, photocopying, and filing. The intern will also work with Distribution Finance, which will include pulling invoices from our image database. Additionally, they will provide general office support including data entry and assisting with daily projects.
Requirements:Ideal candidate will have the following:
- An interest in a career in finance
- Must be able to handle confidential information
- Possess excellent written, organizational, and communication skills- Ability to work with close attention to detail
- Possess superior time management and organizational skills that enable one to handle multiple projects simultaneously while keeping shifting priorities in order
- Flexibility to work in both a team environment and independently is a must
- Proficiency with MS Office, including Excel, Word, and Outlook.If interested in this position, please apply online.
To apply, go to: https://www.ultirecruit.com/HAC1000/jobboard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*9F6DDED1B2F7CDBB
Friday, March 11, 2011
Busy Business Brokerage and Commercial Real Estate Firm needs an intern (business or marketing major) to assist a Senior Associate Broker on a special project.
- Assisting Broker in all phases of project
- Prepare / Coordinate Opportunity Profile and Confidential Memorandum Book
- Assist with selection of photos and additional marketing information
- Assist with website insertions, updates, activity
- Copying, filing etc.
- Gathering internet research data and information
- Assist with marketing efforts ie., mailings, emails, etc.
- Internet searches for Acquirers
- Co-ordinate all client communication
- Organize all Acquirers records
- Research Acquirers information
- Assist in maintaining and updating Confidential Memorandum Books throughout process
- Liason for all communication on this project
Education Level: Junior or Senior class member
Time Required: Est. 20 Hrs/week
Schedule: To be determined (two to four months)
Training/ Assistance: Provided by Broker and Admin Staff
Location: At our office 700 Pleasant St., New Bedford, MA
Compensation: $100/week, $5,000 bonus if project is successful
Contact: Kevin A. Nery, President
The Lipper Internship brings together graduate and undergraduate students from across the Northeast to train in New York City for a semester-long internship in museum education. Interns teach students about the Holocaust in local schools in their college communities and on visits to the Museum.
Prior to the beginning of the fall or spring semester Interns attend an intensive two-week training session at the Museum in New York City to learn how to teach public middle and high school students about the Holocaust. During training Interns meet with Museum staff, hear testimony from Holocaust survivors, and learn methods for teaching from artifacts in the Museum's collection. Following training, Interns visit several middle and high schools in their college communities to give an introductory lesson in the classroom followed by a guided tour at the Museum. Interns then return to the classroom one last time to facilitate a discussion about the lessons learned during the course of the program.
Interns receive a stipend and are reimbursed for travel expenses. Lodging in New York City is provided during the training period, if necessary. Students of all backgrounds and academic interests are encouraged to apply.
Fall Semester applications due April 1; mandatory training in early August. The application is available online here: http://www.mjhnyc.org/documents/LipperApplication.pdf
Additional information - contact:
Museum of Jewish Heritage
A Living Memorial to the Holocaust
Edmond J. Safra Plaza |36 Battery Pl | New York, NY | 10280
email@example.com| 646.437.4303 | www.mjhnyc.org
Thursday, March 10, 2011
Tuesday, March 8, 2011
Hi accounting majors:
Below is an excellent opportunity for an accounting major to intern at the headquarters of a major corporation in Providence, RI. Textron is a publically traded conglomerate and has offered this particular internship for the last few years. If interested, send a cover letter and resume to Stephanie Days at: sdays@Textron.com
Job Title: Accounting Intern
Reports to (title): Manager,
1. JOB SUMMARY:
Responsible for assisting members of the Controller’s department, specifically in the
2. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Coordinate collection of government reporting data from divisions; consolidate as necessary and prepare report submissions.
- Assist with general ledger account reconciliations.
- Assist in the monthly closing process as needed.
- Create and maintain various financial reporting spreadsheets.
- Participate in special projects as needed.
3. SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITY:
§ Problem Solving – Moderate
§ Level of Decision Making – Minimal
§ Management Duties – Minimal
4. LOCATION: Textron World Headquarters,
5. DRESS CODE/ATTIRE: Business casual (no jeans / t-shirts)
Friday, March 4, 2011
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New England Educational Institute (NEEI) is offering an internship opportunity that will allow students to experience events from both the sponsor’s and the hotel’s perspective. Interns will have the opportunity to work directly with NEEI staff and the Four Points by Sheraton staff.
The interns will be responsible for many aspects of the on-site conference coordination including, but not limited to:
coordinating the meeting room setup
supervising F & B setup
supervising A/V setup
assisting with attendee registration
attending to faculty requests
The interns must be able to:
professionally complete multiple tasks
deal effectively and enthusiastically with many different types of people
produce detail-oriented work under time constraints
In addition, interns will attend all conference symposia and will thus have the opportunity to hear 10 different 15-hour symposia on a variety of topics in the field of psychology. This is an excellent opportunity to learn about some of the most exciting issues facing mental health care professionals today and to help run ten sequential week-long conferences on beautiful Cape Cod.
NEEI is a nationally recognized leader in the field of continuing education conferences for mental health professionals. Our attendees include psychiatrists, psychologists, psychiatric nurses, social workers, counselors and teachers. These summer internships will allow students the opportunity to work alongside the nation’s leading mental health care professionals. In addition, interns will work closely with experienced NEEI staff members, who have developed and coordinated health care conferences throughout the United States for over 26 years. Interns will also work closely with Four Points by Sheraton catering, convention sales, and management staff. These internships are ideal for college students who are interested in learning about conference planning, sales, and catering and may also be of interest to students wishing to learn more about the latest issues and developments in the field of mental health.
Where: Four Points by Sheraton Hotel at the National Seashore, Eastham, CAPE COD, Massachusetts
When: June - August, 2011
Thursday, March 3, 2011
Governor Michael S. Dukakis has endowed a public service internship at UMass Dartmouth to provide students with experience in government service and to encourage them to consider careers in public service. The University is pleased to announce again the availability of this exciting opportunity for its students.
Please share information about the Michael S. Dukakis Public Service Internship with your students.
- The Dukakis Public Service Intern will be paid $5,000 to work for a period of approximately three months in a public service or government setting, probably during the summer or, by arrangement,during a semester or academic year. Internship arrangements are made through the student's faculty advisor and the Dukakis Internship director.
- Applications are invited from any full-time undergraduate or graduate UMass Dartmouth student who will be enrolled at UMD during AY 2011-2012. Students from all majors are encouraged to apply.
- Applicants must have at least a 3.0 grade point average and have completed at least one full-time semester at UMass Dartmouth prior to the application deadline. Applicants may apply at any point in their academic career, but preference will be given to applicants who are further along.
- Students should submit a completed Dukakis public service internship application form, along with a statement of interest (which should explain the applicant's views on leadership and interest in public service), a current resume that includes the applicant's leadership experiences and extracurricular activities,
an official copy of the student's current transcript, and a letter of recommendation from a faculty sponsor.
Copies of the application form and guidelines are available in the Student Affairs Office in the Campus Center (Suite 221).
- Applicants should be returned to the Michael S. Dukakis Public Service Selection Committee, Student Affairs Office, Campus Center(Suite 221), no later than 4:00 pm, Friday March 25th, 2011.
- It is expected that the recipients of the Dukakis internships will be announced in mid-April.
For further information or questions, contact Shannon Jenkins (x8036,firstname.lastname@example.org