Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Here's a link to learn more about summer 2012 internships at State Street Corporation. https://psh.statestreet.com/psc/HRPRDEREC/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&JobOpeningId=51865&SiteId=2&
If you are interested in interning with a large corporation located in Boston, apply early to this opportunity. There may be opportunities in many areas including:
CORPORATE AUDIT: Our Corporate Audit group is responsible for providing State Street’s Board of Directors and management with independent and objective assessments of the design and operating effectiveness of our internal controls system.
CORPORATE FINANCE: Finance plays a significant role which goes beyond maintaining oversight of the company’s finances and ensuring budget commitments are met. We interact with every business line and corporate support function within State Street.
GLOBAL HUMAN RESOURCES: From employee benefits information to career management tools and more, GHR is focused on developing and delivering global business solutions to support the needs of business partners companywide.
GLOBAL MARKETS: State Street Global Markets, our investment research and trading arm, provides specialized research, trading, securities lending and innovative portfolio strategies to owners and managers of institutional assets.
GLOBAL SERVICES: Our investment servicing business, now known as State Street Global Services, provides the essential financial infrastructure for delivering effective investment servicing solutions globally.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: Innovative, scalable technology is at the heart of our business operations — and is the foundation on which we deliver our products and services to clients.
INSTITUTIONAL INVESTOR SERVICES
LEGAL: The Legal division provides counsel that helps State Street successfully navigate complex legal and regulatory environments, maximize business opportunities, and minimize legal, regulatory, reputational and other risk.
PROCUREMENT: The Global Procurement Services division assesses client requirements, the business marketplace, and supplier capabilities to deliver the most efficient, cost-effective recommendations possible.
Monday, September 26, 2011
Inaugural 'Business Week' features elevator pitch contest New England Business Bulletin
NEW BEDFORD MUSEUM OF GLASS
CHARLTON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS, DARTMOUTH
DESCRIPTION OF MARKETING INTERNSHIPS
Description of the company including the mission, location, sales and market coverage. Please include your web URL (if you have it):
The New Bedford Museum of Glass (www.nbmog.org) is located in a spacious old factory building shared with the New Bedford Antiques Center, which is a three-minute drive from downtown New Bedford . The museum's growing collection includes art glass made in New Bedford by the famous Mt. Washington and Pairpoint factories, glass from the Midwest and other regions of the country, English and Continental glass, ancient glass, historical glass, Tiffany and Steuben, paperweights, studio glass and much more. The library has more than 8000 catalogued items, and is the largest public library of its kind in New England.
Primary duties and responsibilities:
Help determine and collaborate on a multi-faceted marketing campaign. Provide coverage in the Museum's gift shop/admission area. Design and implement ideas to improve the museum visitor’s experience. Contribute to the formation of the Museum's short-and long-term strategies for fiscal success.
What will the student learn from this experience (list 4 or 5 learning objectives)?
1. functions of and issues facing a small, not-for-profit organization
2. devise and implement, with supervision, a variety of marketing strategies via modern and traditional avenues to increase the museum’s public exposure
3. history and importance of glass production in New Bedford; history of glassmaking around the world and through the centuries
4. hone marketing and writing skills by creating and distributing press releases, flyers, signage, etc; develop improvements to enhance visitors‘ experiences at the museum
5. staffing a gift shop/admission area, including activities such as: displaying and selling glass and related materials; interacting with public; handling sales transactions - making change, verifying checks, accounting for sales, donations, and consignments in appropriate logs; and identify and help implement more effective inventory, security, and accounting systems.
Academic preparation of the student required (graduate, senior, junior, courses taken, GPA, etc.):
Interests in some of the following: marketing/not-for-profit/visual arts/history/writing. A willingness to do a variety of tasks as needed. Creative computer skills. An organized, self-motivated intern with initiative who wants to share and create ideas. Knowledge of the people and businesses in the greater New Bedford area a plus.
Hours of work:
Very flexible. The museum is open seven days, but there are projects to be done outside of its open times, and all the work does not necessarily have to be done on-site.
Start and end dates:
Start ASAP and end at the conclusion of the semester/135 hours. Possibility of ongoing involvement.
Primary supervisor and contact information:
Peggy Hooper, BA, MA, MBA
61 Wamsutta St.
New Bedford, Ma. 02740
Saturday, September 24, 2011
Thursday, September 22, 2011
Scottrade, Inc. has a Branch Internship opportunity available in Natick, MA. As an intern at Scottrade, you will learn about various aspects of the online brokerage business by working side by side with a successful branch manager and experienced stock broker. Candidates must have availability to work 15-30 hours per week for a minimum of 2 consecutive semesters.
- Service and maintain client accounts.
- Follow up on pending account transfers.
- Accept customer checks, stock certificates, and other paperwork.
- Check all new account information for accuracy before scanning.
- General administrative and operational duties.
- Interact with clients in-person and over the phone.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Basic level proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.
- Strong interest in finance and the stock market.
Education and Experience
- High School diploma or equivalent.
- Currently enrolled as an undergraduate full time college student attending a local University with interests in business and the stock market.
Scottrade, Inc., an equal opportunity employer, is committed to inclusion and a diverse workforce.
The TJX Companies, Inc. is the world's largest off-price retailer, and is comprised of: T.J. Maxx, Marshalls and HomeGoods, in the United States, Winners, HomeSense and STYLESENSE in Canada and T.K. Maxx and HOMESENSE in Europe. With over $20 billion in revenues, eight businesses, more than 2,700 stores, and almost 150,000 Associates, success is always in style at TJX.
Here's some additional information.
This is an Accounting firm offering services to small and medium sized companies. Located on Route 6 in Westport, MA (1140 State Rd) Web URL: fernandescharest.com
Primary duties and responsibilities of the intern: Work closely with a senior accountant doing basic bookkeeping, accounting and other miscellaneous write up work
What will the student learn from this experience (list 4 or 5 learning objectives)? Basis accounting skills, using various accounting and tax orientated software, working on a team, working under tax season pressure Job Title: Intern accountant
Academic preparation of the student required (graduate, senior, junior, courses taken, GPA, etc.): Junior or Senior (we prefer a junior who would like to intern with us for 2 years). Student should have basic core accounting courses.
Skills required (and any other requirements): Student must be willing to work hard and apply academics to real life situations.
Hours of work: Flexible, approximately 15-20 hours week. During tax season, someone on our staff is usually here from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm Monday through Thursday and 7:00 am to 4:30 pm on Friday and Saturdays
Start and end dates: Late January to mid/late March (Orientation 1-2 days in December)
Primary supervisor and contact information: Michelle Albernaz
508-636-6556 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 508-636-6556 end_of_the_skype_highlighting firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Thursday, September 15, 2011
Here's a new internship posting (on campus):
Description of the company including the mission, location, sales and market coverage. Please include your web URL (if you have it).: UMD Career Development Center (CDC) www.umassd.edu/career
Overview of the internship/coop objectives: Student(s) will learn to coordinate and promote career-related events for the University
Primary duties and responsibilities: Assist in coordinating events, creating and disseminating promotional materials, marketing CareerLink, our new eRecruiting software, and overseeing all marketing efforts which include updating information on FB, Twitter, and LinkedIN pages.
What will the student learn from this experience? Student(s) will learn to coordinate and promote career-related events for the University
Job Title: CDC Event Planning, Marketing and Promotional Intern
Compensation: Academic Credit (3) - must be enrolled in MKT399 Marketing Internship (see Professor Griffin in CCB)
Academic preparation of the student required (graduate, senior, junior, courses taken, GPA, etc.): Must be at least a junior in CCB w. 2.5 GPA and have taken at least 1 marketing course
Skills required: Strong organizational and communication skills, computer literate
Hours of work: 9 hours a week
Start and end dates: Sept 20, 2011 - End of semester
Primary supervisor: Dr. Gail Berman-Martin
To whom should students send resume/application and how? David LePage
How will the student(s) be evaluated? By CDC Director and faculty advisor
Additional company contacts (if applicable): David LePage, Colleen Wetterland, Diane Sansoucy, Anna Auerbach
Name and title of the person providing this information: David LePage, Career Development Specialist
Interested students should send their resume to: email@example.com
Part-time college students needed as office assistants to facilitate communications and record keeping for the Administrator and the Director of Nursing of a skilled care nursing and rehabilitation center – 16 to 24 hours per week preferably on Mondays, Tuesdays or Thursdays (six to eight hours each day).
Prefer a sophomore or junior with excellent verbal and writing skills, a good academic record, and basic computer skills. All majors welcomed with preference for accounting, finance and nursing with computer skills. Possible summer hours. May be structured as an internship with pay.
The mansion is a 62 bed skilled care facility that has been highly rated by CMS and Princeton Review and operates in an award winning renovation of an historic property. Easy access from Route 95, the Mansion is in a safe neighborhood on the Pawtucket-Central Falls line within 10 minutes of downtown Providence.
Please submit a brief statement of interest and qualifications, including academic record and work experience, by E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or fax 401-728-1814.
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Click link below to learn more:
Our office located in Lincoln, RI is seeking an intern for our Life Systems Department. This is a paid internship and the working hours are 18 hours per week during the school year. Our internship is designed for individuals who have completed at least their freshman year from an accredited college/university and who will be continuing their undergraduate studies during the Fall and Spring semester.
Assist staff with systems development and implementation.
Assist with research projects.
Troubleshoot systems hardware and software problems.
Install and upgrade hardware and software.
Maintain and service printers (lifting approximately 45 lbs).
Serve as backup to Systems staff.
Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.
The ideal candidate should have basic or intermediate knowledge of Windows Operating Systems (Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003 & 2007) and Microsoft Office Suite.
Deadline: September 30, 2011
No phone calls please. Only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.
Equal Opportunity Policy: All qualified applicants who are authorized to work in the United States will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, sex, color, national origin, ethnicity, age, genetic information, disability or sexual orientation. The Age Discrimination in Employment Act prohibits discrimination on the basis of age with respect to individuals who are 40 years of age or older. Employees are subject to the provisions of the Workers' Compensation Act.
Click the link below to apply:
Monday, September 12, 2011
There are three UPS paid internships available. The pay is $14.55 per hour for between 20-25 hours per week. I believe there is one position in Providence and 2 (1 day and 1 evening) in Brockton. Interested candidates should send their resumes as soon as possible to Joan F. Shea, UPS Employment Supervisor, Northeast District. Joan's email is email@example.com. I believe Joan will accept your resume and email letter of interest (cover letter) by email.
THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED
Here is Joan's U.S. Mail information:
Joan F. Shea
UPS Employment Supervisor
200 OakHill Way Brockton, MA 02301