Visit the following
web site for internships with companies within the Hartford-Springfield
Below are other valuable
resources for finding internships:
If you are a Junior or Senior interested in doing
an internship you must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher. This
is a way to gain experience in your major! Make an appointment to speak with your Career Counselor by going to www.myinterfase.com/wne/student
The New England Center for Children
Learn about autism and treat with Applied Behavior Analysis. Develop and facilitate programs and activities. The New England Center for Children offers opportunities for undergraduate students who are looking to receive academic credit and gain experience working with children/adolescents with special needs. Placements are designed to meet the needs of the student. The student may select from a myriad of experiences that allow them to individualize both the training content and hours. Students may be assigned to a residential team as a teacher, to work with the Adaptive Physical Education Teachers, or in the Day Team and Preschool classrooms. These internship opportunities can be extended to include student teaching and field placements. Internships are available in full-time (30-35 hrs per week) and part-time (8-10 hrs per week). For more information please contact Andrea St. James, Career Counselor for the College of Arts & Sciences at firstname.lastname@example.org or 413-782-1775.
This PAID internship offers hands-on experience
in a wholesale/retail work environment and can lead to career
opportunities in management and/or professional outside
sales upon graduation. You will have the opportunity to
learn basic store operations, gain management skills, and
develop sales techniques and customer service skills, as
well as increase knowledge in a variety of key business
topics such as profit & loss, inventory control, and
human resources. Interns will also be exposed to S-W professionals
in a variety of functional areas. You'll gain insight on
a career in outside sales by traveling with a Sales Representative
and spending structured time with your District Management
To join our Intern Program,
you must have demonstrated leadership ability, as well as
work experience in customer service and/or sales. Bilingual
candidates welcome. Students studying a business-related
field are preferred.
- Must have a valid Driver’s
- Must be enrolled in an accredited four year college or
- Must submit to a background screening which may include
driving, credit and criminal history
- Must be legally authorized to work in country of employment
without sponsorship for employment visa status
- Must be willing to work all scheduled hours
which may include evenings and weekends, with or without
To apply go to the Sherwin-Williams
web site, click on About Us, Career Opportunities, then
Management/Sales Training Program & Store Internships,
click on Store Internships, City, State, and United States,
then click on the Search.
The Washington Internship Program is a combination
of work and study. Areas that students pursue are science
and technology, education, public relations, journalism,
and law. Students select internships with federal agencies
and private industries. For more information visit the Washington
Internship website and your Career Counselor in the Career Development Center.
WWLP-TV22 offers Internships year-round
in the News, Engineering and Production/Promotion departments.
Go to www.myinterfase.com/wne/student to view a listing of the various internships. For questions please make an appointment with Andrea St. James, Career Counselor for the College of Arts & Sciences.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car is offering Internships at various
locations. Training Program for juniors and/or seniors.
Enthusiasm, professionalism, communication skills, familiarity
with customer service, sales ability, flexibility, adaptability,
good driving record and the ability to think independently
are all required. For more information go to the Enterprise web site.
The Northwestern Mutual Financial
Network, located in Springfield, MA, is the sales and distribution
arm of Northwestern Mutual, its affiliates and subsidiaries.
The Network’s financial representatives provide expert
guidance and innovative solution to ensure that clients’
financial needs are evaluated from every perspective. Financial
Representatives provide advice on retirement solutions,
asset and income protection, estate planning, mutual funds,
annuities and other investment products. In 2000, Northwestern
Mutual Financial Network was named America’s Top Sales
Force by Sales and Marketing Management magazine, as well
as being named a “Top 10 Internship” in America’s
Top 100 Internships, as ranked by the Princeton Review.
Working approximately 10 -15 hours
per week, Financial Representative Interns are able to gain
necessary skills and knowledge of the financial services
industry, define their own target markets and establish
client relationships. In addition to that experience, you
gain an income- all while attending college. Financial Representative
Interns strive to understand their clients’ goals
and visions in order to develop financial solutions that
put them on the path to success. As an intern, you will
be in business for yourself, but never by yourself. Our
network of financial specialists, training programs, and
mentoring opportunities will support you, all while giving
you the resources you will need to help your clients and
build up your practice. For more information contact Tim Steffen or call 413-748-8770.
Nashoba Learning Group, Inc. has an internship for Classroom
Assistant. Nashoba is seeking education, psychology and
sociology majors. To learn more about the Nashoba
Learning Group visit their web site. For more information
contact your Career Counselor in the Career Development Center.
YAI National Institute
for People with Disabilities
YAI National Institute for People with Disabilities offers
internships for undergraduate students, all majors. Get
"hands-on" practical experience teaching skills
to people with developmental disabilities. For more information
contact your Career Counselor in the Career Development Center or check out
the YAI web
Business Development Center (MSBDC)
The MSBDC has an opening for an intern to work directly
with seasoned professional management counselors to gain
hands-on-experience. Students interested in entrepreneurship may find this opportunity interesting. Microsoft Excel knowledge is a plus. This is an unpaid for credit only internship.
For more information go to the MSBDC web site or contact your Career Counselor
in the Career Development Center.
of the Governor and Lieutenant Governor
The Executive Office of the Governor and Lieutenant Governor
has several internship opportunities for the fall and spring
semesters. Openings include: Administration, Advance Office,
Appointments Office, External Relations, General Counsel,
Governor's Council, Human Resources, Judicial Nominating
Commission, Legislative and Intergovernmental Affairs, Press
Office, Scheduling Office and Lieutenant Governor's Office.
For more information regarding these internships please
contact your Career Counselor in the Career Development Center.
WGBY -TV PRODUCTION
Three Sessions Annually: Winter/Spring, Summer, and Fall/Winter
The production internship is a full-time, unpaid internship
that provides "hands-on", practical experience
in television production. Intensive training takes place
the first two weeks of the program with instruction provided
by the professional WGBY staff. Interns will be trained
in the fundamentals of television production and equipment
operation. WGBY-TV produces a wide range of programming. Interns work
on cultural and public affairs programming, instructional
programming as well as client services. Interns gain experience
in both live and taped productions. Please contact your Career Counselor in the Career Development Center for more information.
John Hancock LEAD
John Hancock provides talented college students an opportunity
to be exposed to and learn about the company in an area
where they can apply and enhance skills and knowledge through
Students can explore the financial services industry through
LEAD - Learn, Experience and Develop. LEAD offers internships
year-round; assignments vary depending on business needs.
Opportunities will exist in various business areas, ranging
from Annuities to Long Term Car to Investments, and job
assignments will also vary from marketing to information
technology. Interns are required to work a minimum of 15
Qualifications include: entering sophomore, junior or senior
year in an undergraduate program, interested in full-time
employment in financial services after graduation, highly
motivated, demonstrated leadership, strong communication
skills and excels academically.
If you are interested in LEAD, visit Careers
and enter "LEAD internship" in the "Search
Careers" section of the web site. Students should apply
directly online to any assignment that is of interest. All
resumes will be reviewed and qualified applicants will be
United Way of Pioneer
United Way of Pioneer Valley has an internship opening in
Communications. The ideal candidate should have exceptional
communication skills including writing and public speaking.
Candidate should also possess advanced knowledge of journalism
and/or public relations. Experience writing for news publications
helpful but not required. If interested please contact your Career Counselor in the Career Development Center.
Design and Production
United Way of Pioneer Valley is offering an Internship in
Graphic/Multimedia Design and Production. The ideal candidate
should have advanced knowledge of graphic/multimedia software
and how to interface with various operating systems to ensure
a quality end product that various target audiences can
access/use. Candidate should also be able to employ creativity
and innovative thinking to help address communication challenges
in an effort to further the mission of and accomplish goals
set by United Way of Pioneer Valley. For more information
please contact your Career Counselor in the Career Development Center.
Exelon Nuclear offers Summer Engineering Internships in
Electrical and Mechanical engineering. Must be a US Citizen
or permanent resident with a minimum GPA of 2.8/Major 3.0.
As a member of the Exelon Nuclear team, engineers will initially
work in one of several sections within the Engineering Division:
Plant Engineering, Design Engineering, Program Engineering
or Asset Management. If interested please contact Loris
Epps in the Career Development Center.
Club Family Center
Interns are needed for the Springfield Girls' Club Family
Center, Springfield, MA Interns will
work as Group Counselors to provide structured after-school
programming for children ages 5-13. Counselors provide help
with homework, tutoring, recreation, outdoor and field trip
activities, develop newsletter and program brochure. They
guide, supervise and inspire youth, serve as role models
for positive behavior and work as a team to provide a safe,
healthy and fun after-school experience for the children.
Please contact your Career Counselor in the Career Development Center for more information.
The best way to find out if the federal government is for
you is to try it out and it is also gives the agency a chance
to see if they want to offer you a full-time job when you
graduate. In certain programs you can even get school credit
while interning during the summer or during the school year.
For more information go to the Federal
Internships web site.
First Investors has three internship tracks: Financial Services,
Recruiting and Management. If you are a junior and are contemplating
a career in Financial Services you might want to consider
participating in the 13-week Representative Shadow Internship.
This allows you to explore the possibility of a career in
the financial services industry. If you are a senior and
have already chosen to pursue a career in financial services
then the Fast Track Internship is for you. For more information
please go to the First
Investors web site or contact your Career Counselor in the Career Development Center.
Institute for Humane
Studies at George Mason University
For over 45 years, the Institute for Human
Studies at George Mason University has dedicated itself
to helping bright undergraduate and graduate students interested
in individual liberty pursue their intellectual interests.
Applications are currently available for paid internships
in public policy, journalism, and production. For more information
please go to the IHS
State of Connecticut
Office of Policy and Management
The State of Connecticut Office of Policy and Management
has winter and spring internships in Asset Management, Computer
Training, Criminal Justice, Energy Management, Intergovernmental
Policy and Responsible Growth, Legislative and Staff Development.
For more information visit the CT.gov
Travelers, Hartford, CT has Internship opportunities in
Actuarial Leadership Development Program, Financial Management
Leadership Development Program, IT Leadership Development
Program, Insurance Operations Leadership Development Program
and Personal Insurance Product Management Development Program.
To apply go to the Travelers
web site, select: "Students and New Graduates"
then "Internships", select Internship Program
you are interested in, Select: "How to Apply",
Follow instructions to complete application process. Please
see your Career Counselor in the Career Development Center before submitting your Resume.
The TJX Companies, Inc., Framingham, MA has an opportunity
available in their Corporate Merchandise Internship Program.
The present and past CEO's were all Buyers; so whether you
are interested in Planning & Allocation, Buying or Executive
Management, TJX's Corporate Merchandise Internship Program
will give you what you need to be successful. TJX is looking
for sophomores and juniors, all majors with a GPA of 3.0
or above. Must have strong analytical and strategic skills
as well as excellent communicators who work well in teams.
Looking for students with proven leadership abilities and
self-starters who can multi-task in a fast-paced business
environment. For a complete description and to apply to
the internship program, go to the TJX
MatchingDonors.com will be unveiling its national television, radio, newspaper, magazine and billboard advertising campaign with many
celebrity endorsements. The celebrities will be from, movies,
television, sports, politics and the music industry. Many of the
celebrities will be our patients, donors, associates, volunteers, and
advocates of MatchingDonors.com. National Public Relations Campaign
MatchingDonors.com has been featured in many media outlets such as THE NBC TODAY SHOW. A short list of some of the many places that have done profiles on MatchingDonors.com include: The TODAY SHOW (see video at http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21134540/vp/30558274#30558274 ), on NBC, People Magazine, ABC, NBC and CBS News, NightLine, CNN, CSPAN, FOX News, the Discovery Channel, CBS News Sunday Morning, Sabado Gigante, Univision, Telemundo, New York Times, Washington Post, USA TODAY, Anderson Cooper 360., to name a few. MatchingDonors.com receives a lot of press, three movies are currently being filmed about us and a reality television series is being produced about us.
You will be working closely with CEO of MatchingDonors.com, two
presidents of marketing firms, Hollywood producers and television and
sports stars, politicians and seasoned program marketing managers to
help develop our marketing/advertising and help evolve campaigns from
scratch; including our National Advertising Campaign, National Public
Relations Campaign, and our Direct Mailing and E-mailing of Educational
You will be assisting managers, producers and directors with
maintenance of advertising and marketing projects including movies,
documentaries and the television series being done about MatchingDonors.com.
Small projects will also be provided for the intern to
manage- including developing marketing support for our sales team.
Experience in Photoshop or similar program is a plus.
You will be pulling and reading articles for potential quotes
and news videos that can be used in advertising and on television.
You will be producing and distribute our Press Releases.
You will be creating ideas to drive more traffic to the
MatchingDonors.com site and to build awareness.
You will be shadowing department members as much as possible
to gain knowledge of the job.
Direct Mailing and E-mailing of Educational Materials You will
be creating educational materials to be mailed out MatchingDonors.com
patients and donors, and also handed out at dialysis centers explaining
to patients about the alternative of finding a living donor through
MatchingDonors.com. This will be a regular monthly mail and e-mail
campaign to strengthen the goodwill of MatchingDonors.com. We hope that the success of the MatchingDonors.com Marketing Campaign will increase awareness about the alternative of living donors for patients around the United States currently struggling with the transplant process.
Contact your Career Counselor in the Career Development Center for more information.
Wells Fargo hires students of all majors and backgrounds
for development programs in the following businesses: Audit,
Commercial Real Estate, Energy, U.S. Corporate and Commercial
Banking, Wells Fargo Securities and Wealth, Brokerage &
Retirement. To learn more about these business groups and
how to apply, please go to the Wells
Fargo web site.
Program and Operation
Disabled Sports USA National Headquarters, MD, offers an
Internship in Program and Operation. The intern is required
to assist the Programs Services Department. The intern will
work closely with various military hospitals throughout
the country. Skills required include using the internet
as a research tool and excellent skill level with all Microsoft
applications. Applicants should have excellent task management
and communication skills in order to perform outreach for
events. Accommodations in Washington, DC are available.
To view a complete description please go to the DSUSA
web site. Email R and CL
outlining interests and availability to DSUSA
or fax to 301-217- 0968.
Kraft Sports Group
The Marketing Department is responsible for all of the sales and marketing operations for the New England Patriots, Gillette Stadium and Patriot Place. Internships include: Special Team Events and Partnership Marketing; Events and Marketing Service;Marketing Fulfillment; Creative Services; Corporate Sales; Sponsor Relations; Game Day Entertainment and Broadcast Services; Premium Seating Services; Patriot Place Marketing. Game Day and Events Include: New England Patriots Training Camp (July - August); New England Patriots Home Games; Gillette Stadium Events, including but not limited to concerts; Patriot Place Events. Marketing internships are offered during the spring, summer and fall semesters. Students conducting full-time internships during each of these semester work 2-5 days a week in the office as well as game days and marketing events. Students with limited time commitment can apply for a game days and marketing events internship. All internships must be completed for academic credit through their university or college. All internships are based out of Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, MA. R and CL should be submitted to Doreen Vierra, Kraft Sports Group, 1 Patriot Place, Foxboro, MA 02035 or email to Internships.
New England Revolution
The New England Revolution Marketing Intern will support the Marketing and Ticket Sales & Service Department by assisting with the daily functions and responsibilities of each department. This position requires an individual with a personable but professional demeanor, who is confident in their abilities, detail-oriented, flexible and solutions-oriented and possesses strengths in the areas of time management, task organization/prioritization and customer service. Marketing internships are offered during the spring, summer and fall semesters. Students conducting full-time internships during each of these semesters work 4-5 days a week in the office as well as game days and events. Part-time interns are required to work 18-20 hours in the office as well as game days and events. Students with limited time commitment can apply for a game days, marketing operations position. All internships must be completed for academic credit through their university or college. All internships are based out of Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, MA. R and CL should be submitted to Dave Campopiano, New England Revolution, 1 Patriot Place, Foxboro, MA 02035 or email Internships.
Student Internships at the FCC
To learn more about student internshipts at the FCC please go to the FCC web site.
Dunbar Community Center
The Dunbar Community Center, Springfield, MA has Internship opportunities in Adolescent Services/Teen Programs (6th - 12th grade) Tutors, Teen Specialist/Youth Program Recruitment; Education/After School Program (K-7th grade) Activity Specialist (Arts & Crafts, Arts (Drama, Dance, Photography, Drawing), Literacy Specialist - Reading Tutor (K-8th grade), Math Specialist - Math Tutor, Recreation Specialist - sports, gym games, fitness/exercise; and Athletics (all ages), Soccer, Tennis, Basketball, Baseball. For more information please contact James Lightfoot at 413-788-6143 ext. 116.
Longmeadow Montessori is looking for a student with excellent computer and organizational skills. The Intern will work closely with the Director to create an alumni register, organize documents, write and send out memos and answer the phone. This internship could lead to a full or part-time position with additional responsibilities. Must have character/work references. If interested you can obtain more information about our program on the Longmeadow Montessori web site or email Joanne Hirsch, Director.
Tapestry Health has several internship opportunities listed on their web site. Go to the Tapestry Health web site to view the internships that vary by location.
Verizon Wireless offers internships in Customer Service, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology, Marketing, Network Engineering, Retail and Sales Operations. To view descriptions of these internships and to apply, please go to the Verizon web site.
Kraft Foods - Retail Sales Division
Kraft Foods has opportunities for Summer Internships in RI, MA, CT, NH, ME, VT and Upstate NY. The student must be a rising Junior or Senior (Junior preferred). Must be graduating in 2014 or 2015 to be considered for this internship. Must have a record of strong academic performance; demonstrated work experience (internships, previous jobs); demonstrated leadership abilities (extracurricular program, community involvement, etc.); availability from mid or end of May through mid August; a flexible work schedule is required - ability to work weekends; strong interpersonal and effective communication skills; problem solving skills; strong planning and organization skills. Email your R to Kraft.
Marist in Manhattan Internship Program
Students are enrolled in a 400+ hour internship and also take two 3-credit online courses. Internships will commit students to spending 4 days of full-time work each week for 12 or more weeks in a professional environment. Only fall and spring internships are offered. Any major is eligible as long as the students aspire to careers in media. For more information visit the Marist web site.
Pratt & Whitney
Pratt & Whitney is offering many internships in various areas. Visit the P&W web site to view the internship descriptions. Type in Location: Connecticut, Position Type: Coop or Intern, then click Find.
St. Jude Medical
St. Jude Medical researches and develops new medical technologies and services with focuses in cardiac rhythm management, arterial fibrillation, cardiovascular and neuromodulation. St. Jude has summer internship opportunities at numerous U.S. locations. Internships include: Engineering Internship (ME); Environmental, Health & Safety Internship (BME, Sustainability); Finance Internship (BA, Acct. Fin); Marketing Internship (Mkt); Quality Engineering Internship (EE, ME); Quality for Product Surveillance Internship (BME); R&D Engineering Internship (ME, EE, BME); Software Engineering Internship (EE, Comp Engr). To apply: Go to the St. Jude web site.
TJX Companies currently has a Paid Internship in Loss Prevention located in Framingham, MA. The Intern will gain understanding of retail operations, distribution and investigative methodologies; job shadow Loss Prevention and Store Ops field associates at various levels within the organization. The applicant must be enrolled in a 4-year program in Criminal Justice, Police Science, etc.; possess excellent communication skills and sound judgement. For a complete description and to apply to this position, go to the TJX web site.
Think Global, Inc., Northampton, MA, print and online publishing company, seeks a Marketing Intern. Responsibilities include: database and spreadsheet updates, social networking marketing, proofreading, office support and administration. Skills needed: Microsoft Excel expertise, good organizational and multi-tasking skills, good time management skills. Looking for a Marketing/Communication junior or senior with a minimum of a 3.0 GPA. Must be authorized to work in the U.S. This is an unpaid internship. Hours are flexible and can be tailored to your schedule. Please email R and CL to Mike Schilling.
Morning Show Intern
Mix 93.1, Springfield, MA has an internship position for Morning Show Producer on Mix 93.1's morning show with Zito and Karen. This is a great foot in the door opportunity for those aspiring to be on-air personalities. You must be prepared to arrive each morning at 5:00 a.m. You must be prepared to answer phones and do research. We are looking for a personality that will add flavor to the show via creative ideas and personal experiences that turn into show topics. Email CL and R to Danielle Veronesi, outlining the station(s) and department(s) at which you would prefer to intern (you must choose one primary location such as MIX Promotions). In your CL please include your internship goals and desired accomplishments, your strengths, both academically and within your community and your long term career goals. You will need a letter from your school internship supervisor or course advisor verifying your internship registration and 2 LR.
Promotions Assistant Internship
Mix 93.1, Springfield MA is offering a Promotions Assistant Internship. The Intern will be the departmental liaison for all promotions events. The Interns will be the point person for organizing promotional campaigns. Duties will include, but not limited to, corresponding with vendors and/or venue organizations regarding upcoming concerts or station promotional events. Attention to detail is imperative with this position. The Intern must be able to accommodate a varied and flexible schedule, which may include nights and weekend hours.
Email CL and R to Danielle Veronesi, outlining the station(s) and department(s) at which you would prefer to intern (you must choose one primary location such as MIX Promotions). In your CL please include your internship goals and desired accomplishments, your strengths, both academically and within your community and your long term career goals. You will need a letter from your school internship supervisor or course advisor verifying your internship registration and 2 LR.
Valet Park of America, Springfield, MA is seeking a part-time Intern to work 15-20 hours a week. This is a great chance to get hands-on experience and a good look into the marketing world. Responsibilities include extensive market research, competitive analysis, updating our CRM database, participating in campaign management, and assisting marketing coordinator with daily administrative work. Must have basic knowledge of Microsoft Office; good communication and interpersonal skills; excellent research skills; great organizational and multi-tasking skills. For a complete job description and to apply to this position, please go to the Valet Park web site.
Pioneer Valley Planning Commission
The Pioneer Valley Planning Commission seeks an intern to perform code review in two communities relative to the feasibility of including Green Infrastructure and Low Impact Design practices for stormwater management into site design and construction.
Tasks will include developing a report assessing current street design and parking lot guidelines and other local requirements that affect the creation of impervious cover. This assessment shall be used to provide information to determine if changes to design standards for streets and parking lots can be modified to support low impact design options.
Also develop a report assessing existing local regulations including but not limited to zoning and subdivision regulations to determine the feasibility of making the following practices allowable, when appropriate site conditions exist including infiltration practices such as rain gardens, tree box filters, porous pavement, and green roofs, and other rain harvesting devices.
Candidates should currently be pursuing a bachelors or masters degree in planning or environmental studies. The highly qualified candidate will have excellent time management skills, the ability to work on their own, and experience working with zoning and subdivision regulations in Massachusetts. This is a paid internship. Please submit CL, R and 3 references to Anne Capra, Principal Planner, Pioneer Valley Planning Commission, 60 Congress Street, Springfield, MA 01104 or email Anne Capra.
Aon Benfield is seeking qualified professionals for a Business Analyst position in the IT department. This position is primarily responsible for deriving, documenting and gaining approval for system requirements for the company. The Business Analyst acts as a liaison between business people who have a business problem and technologists who know how to create automated solutions. The Business Analyst gathers and understands business needs by determining, documenting and prioritizing requirements from the business and presenting these requirements in a manner that is agreeable, measurable and flexible enough to meet project and stakeholder needs. If interested please email your R to Careers.
United Way of Pioneer Valley
United Way of Pioneer Valley, Springfield, MA is offering a Resource Development Internship that provides the intern with fundraising, donor relationship, workforce campaign and UWPVIT experience. The Resource Development intern will participate in maintaining RD data integrity and work in a team environment and understand the importance of efficient work flow and accuracy. The applicant must have excellent communication skills, especially over the phone; strong computer skills (knowledge of Microsoft office Suite, database management experience preferred); attention to detail; excellent people skills. Minimum time commitment 20 hrs/wk during business hours (flexible around school schedule) September 1, 2013 - May 30, 2014. Send R and CL to Linda Valentini, Executive Assistant to the President, United Way of Pioneer Valley, 1441 Main St., #147, Springfield, MA 01103.
Community Outreach Internship
Northeast Utilities, Berlin, CT is looking for Community Outreach fall interns to work approximately 20 hours per week. The Clean Energy Communities Outreach Intern's primary responsibility will be to promote Energy Efficiency Fund programs throughout the state via pre-existing community outreach efforts. Responsibilities will include: canvassing communities regarding energy programs and special promotions, working directly with town/city energy task forces, grassroots outreach and coordinating event and staffing logistics for Clean energy communities. The intern must be enrolled in a Bachelors Degree program, preferably in marketing, energy or related field; previous experience in marketing and/or outreach or event-related field recommended; ability to work nights and weekends; demonstrated good organizational and interpersonal skills; attention to detail and follow-through; proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint; Bilingual a plus but not required. To apply, go to the NU web site. (#1)
Communications/Public Relations Intern
Market Mentors, West Springfield, MA has an opening for a Communications/Public Relations Intern for Fall 2013. The student must be a junior or senior and possess strong organizational and interpersonal skills; ability to multi-task; deadline oriented; superior verbal and written communication skills; willingness to learn and apply new skill sets; proficiency in Microsoft Office (including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook); knowledge of social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Wordpress). Email R and CL to Michelle. (#2)
Associate Internal Auditor (Intern)
Hologic, Bedford, MA is offering a fall internship for an Associate Internal Auditor (Intern). The applicant must be a graduate student pursuing a Master;s level degree or a 3rd or 4th year college student pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration - Accounting major preferred. Must have excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills that will enable effective interaction with all levels of employees, management and departments within the company; excellent analytical skills and comfortable in working with complex data, processes and systems to review and evaluate controls; proficient in Microsoft business applications (Excel, Word, PowerPoint); MS Access or Oracle system experience a plus; must possess high ethical values; team player and self-motivated; leadership skills. Please email R to Suzanne Descoteaux. (#3)
Sport Management/Development Internship
Special Olympics, Chicopee, MA will provide the Sport Management/Development Intern with hands-on experience in the areas of developing, planning, organizing and managing the conduct of a year-round Olympic-style sports competition and training program for athletes, coaches and volunteers. The applicant must have strong written and oral communication skills; ability to multi-task and meet deadlines; strong organizational skills; basic computer skills (MS Word, MS Excel and MS Access); must have a reliable method of transportation and the desire to work hard and have fun. Intrnships are offered int he Fall, Spring and Summer. To apply please email your R Jon Scully. (#3)
Continuous Improvement Internship
Hasbro, East Longmeadow, MA has a Continuous Improvement Internship for Spring 2014. The student must be a Business or Engineering junior or senior with a minimum 3.0 GPA. The student must have strong interpersonal skills with a variety of organizational levels, detail-oriented, manages time well, able to operate effectively with limited direction/supervision, organized, self-starter, follow-through; Microsoft Word and Excel required, Microsoft PowerPoint and Project preferred; some statistical software experience preferred; Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma courses or experience preferred. Please email R to Christopher Hutchins. (#7)
Development and Marketing Internship
The Center for Human Development's Development and Marketing Department seeks a student intern who is interested in gaining experience working in a busy non-profit Development and Marketing Office. The Intern will assist with copywriting, proofing, and editing of marketing materials and online content; perform research on foundations and corporations for potential grant funding opportunities; assist in preparation of grant submission materials to foundations and corporations; assist in planning events and other activities. The successful candidate will possess strong writing and research abilities; knowledge of Microsoft Office applications; ability to manage multiple tasks with attention to detail; reliable, able to work corroboratively with others; excellent customer service skills. Interested students should email a CL and R to Vanessa Lima. (#10)
The Zoo in Forest Park Internship
The Zoo in Forest Park offers internships in Animal Care, Education, and Communications. Please go to the Forest Park Zoo web site for Internship descriptions and to download an application. Complete the application and return it to the Education Office at least 4 weeks before the start of your school session. Please contact the Director of Education with any questions or concerns you may have at 413-733-2251 or email Education. (#10)
Springfield Symphony Orchestra
The Springfield Symphony Orchestra is offering interns the opportunity to learn and participate in a variety of areas related to arts management, such as patron services, publicity, marketing, concert production, grant writing, database management, and fundraising. Students majoring in Business, Marketing and Communications will be considered. Must have the ability to use Microsoft Excel, Outlook and Word (Access is a plus); excellent communication skills. Interns will work during regular business hours 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. as well as on concert weekends and for special events in the evenings. Interested applicants should submit a R and CL to Audrey Szychulski. (#11)
Wachusett Dirt Dawgs
The Wachusett Dirt Dawgs, a member of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League (FCBL) has an internship opportunity to support all pre-season and summer of 2014 season activities. The internship runs from Mid-May to Mid-August. The applicant must be a full time college student; must have a valid driver's license and a reliable car; good organizational skills and multitasking abilities; detail oriented; experience with video production and/or photography a plus; experience with Pointstreak software a plus; good written communication skills; experience with Facebook, Twitter and YouTube; knowledge and passion for baseball; prior experience with game/event operations, ticketing, merchandise, sports media, public relations or concessions is preferred. If interested, please forward your R and 2 LR to Scott Lettre. (#11)
Digital Content Intern
Back9Network's Digital Content division is currently looking for highly enthusiastic, motivated and qualified interns to help create, produce, program and edit material for the company's flagship web destination, Back9Network.com. The applicant must have a junior or senior standing; an interest in and knowledge of golf and the golf lifestyle; bright, energetic, ambitious, motivated, self-directed individuals looking to learn in a fast-paced environment; be organized, detail oriented and ability to multitask; strong writing and grammar skills; be a team player who's willing to adapt to change; a minimum GPA of 2.8 or greater. All R should be email to Back9Network. (#11)
LEGO Demand & Account Planning Internship - Spring 2014
Participants in the LEGO Internship Program will acquire and develop skills necessary to succeed in their internship through hands-on experience and professional coaching. They also become an integral part of our core business team through participating in critical meetings, leading key projects and networking with experienced managers. The Intern will be responsible for Quote Management Process (creating and analyzing data); ADHOC reporting on promotions/launch volumes; Co-promotion maintenance; Information slides for various presentation material.
The Intern must be currently enrolled in college/university and working towards a Bachelors Degree in Business or related field; strong attention to detail and multi-tasking skills; strong organizational skills, integrity and quality of work; ability to work independently after instructions are provided; proficient in Microsoft programs including Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint. To apply, go to the LEGO web site. (#12)
AT&T has internship opportunities available around the United States. Internships are in Management, Sales, Technology and Corporate, which includes Human Resources Leadership and Finance Leadership. For more information regarding these internships, please go to the AT&T web site. (#13)
Frederick Keys Marketing & Business Intern
The Frederick Keys, Frederick, MD has a Summer 2014 Marketing & Business Internship. The applicant must be a sophomore, junior or graduate student working for academic credit in Sport Management, Marketing, Communications or Business; ability to work night and weekend events; must have basic computer skills, i.e. Microsoft Office programs; enthusiastic with a desire to work hard and have fun. Responsibilities include: work in all aspects of minor league baseball to gain an understanding of the business; promote the Keys and its various events and promotions in the community through the distribution of marketing materials and pocket schedules; execute pre-game, in-game and post-game promotions; operate the Keys Group Services signing up fans for new Frank Key's Army Program; develop, prepare for and participate in various theme nights; help raise money for Keys charity - Frederick Keys Care at games via the Wheel of Fun. Please submit CL and R to Bridget McCabe. (#13)
Frederick Keys Box Office Assistant
The Frederick Keys, Frederick, MD has a Summer 2014 Box Office Assistant Internship. Responsibilities include: Assist Director of Ticket Operations with the training, developing, and supervising of Box Office personnel to ensure customer needs are being met and that the Box Office operation is consistently efficient; perform opening and closing procedures of the Box Office on both game days and non-game days; data entry including group and season ticket contracts; account for all ticket sales and establish and maintain seating plans; run the sales window during all Keys home games and events; complete all necessary reports, paperwork and accounting procedures which includes end of day and shift reports. Must have the ability to work all Keys home games and events, which include nights, weekends and potentially holidays. Must be a recent college graduate with a degree in a related field; a basic understanding of Microsoft Office with Excel experience preferred; experience with TicketReturn or other computerized ticketing software is required.
Please submit CL and R to Bridget McCabe. (#13)
Actuarial Executive Development Program (AEDP) Actuarial Internship)
CIGNA, Hartford, CT
is offering a Summer 2014 Actuarial Internship. The applicant must be progressing towards a Bachelors Degree in a related field with a minimum 3.2 GPA. Must possess outstanding problem-solving, analytical and interpersonal skills; excellent verbal and written communication skills; a strong desire and demonstrated ability to lead; drive to develop business and actuarial skills through ongoing training and varied rotations. For a complete description and to apply to this internship, please go to the CIGNA web site. (#14)
IT/EMS Engineering Intern
The IT-EMS Department at ISO New England seeks a Summer 2014 Intern. The student will work with the EMS Applications group to merge ISO-NE custom applications into the upgraded version of the baseline EMS suite of software (software development); development to enhance the functionality of the ES and related systems; EMS systems integration and testing components of the EMS upgrade. The role requires basic programming and computer skills in one or more of the following areas: C++, Perl, Java and SQL. The role requires that the candidate be able to bring an engineering and/or IT perspective to their work Must have Linux/Unix experience; basic computer programming skills; Electrical Engineering major with power cou4rses; programming in Java is desire, but not required. For a complete description and to apply to this position, please go to the ISO-NE web site. (#15)
Spring/Summer Accounting Intern
ISO New England seeks an Accounting Intern to assist in the Finance Department part-time during the Spring 2014 semester with the opportunity to continue working full-time during the 11 week summer intern program. The applicant must be a junior enrolled in a four year Accounting degree program. Must have skills in Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Word and Outlook; excellent technical skills in working with computer software and applications; strong communication skills; previous experience working in an office or professional setting. For a complete description and to apply please go to the ISO-NE web site. (#15)
Cooperstown Dreams Park
Cooperstown Dreams Park has openings in the Ambassador Program for both credit and non-credit. The Ambassador Program provides a unique and meaningful work experience for college age students across the country in a variety of areas while earning competitive compensation. You will develop and improve the skills needed to succeed in today's business world. We are looking for motivated, eager, hardworking and energetic individuals to provide a once in a lifetime baseball experience for our guests. To learn more, please go to the Cooperstown Dreams Park web site. (#25)
Governor Patrick's Springfield Office
The Western Mass Office combines many of the duties associated with the Offices of Community Affairs and Constituent Services, offering a valuable resource for interns to gain access to meaningful learning experiences in state government. In addition to supporting the Office's daily operations, managing constituent casework, and assisting in the coordination of events and special forums, interns will have the opportunity to meet key public officials in an exchange with other state and local agencies. This inter-agency internship will involve collaborating with officials working in several state departments, including the Department of Revenue, the Department of Mental Health, the Department of Housing and Community Development, the Department of Transitional Assistance, the Department of Early Education and Care, the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, the Department of Environmental Protection and the Massachusetts State Police. The application deadline is March 21, 2014. For a complete description and to apply, please go to the Mass.gov web site or contact Elizabeth.Cardona. (#25)
Victim/Witness Assistance Internship
The Hampden County District Attorney's Office is accepting applications for a Summer 2014 Internship. Student interns assist in every phase of the court system to provide the victims of crime with assessment, referral and crisis intervention services, as well as providing support throughout the court process, as a way of minimizing the secondary trauma associated with a person's involvement with the criminal justice system. Interns are challenged daily with managing time appropriately, making quick and accurate assessments and referrals to community programs. The work requires that the student be a fairly quick learner, with moderate to high energy. The applicant must have the ability to recognize and assess client needs, and display empathy; ability to work within a system efficiently; the ability to work cooperatively with other staff; self-motivation is essential; knowledge of the criminal justice system is helpful. Only juniors and seniors will be considered. The application deadline for the summer/fall program is April 11, 2014. Please be sure to include your date of birth and social security number on your resume. Please email R to Venorise McCoy. (#27)
Historic Deerfield, Deerfield, MA is seeking a capable and enthusiastic undergraduate intern to help implement summer museum education programs for children and families. The applicant must demonstrate an existing interest in the field of Museum Education through their coursework or related volunteer work, employment or internships. Some experience working with children is desired, such as teaching in informal settings like summer camps, after school programs, tutoring, scouts, 4H, etc. The intern's responsibility is to help with the planning, assist with teaching and doing necessary setup/cleanup required for hour-long summer camp activities that will be held Mon. - Fri. at the Museum from June 23 to August 15, 2014. To apply, send CL, R an 2 LR to Amanda Rivera Lopez, Director of Museum Education and Interpretation, Historic Deerfield, PO Box 321, Deerfield, MA 01342 or email documents to A Lopez with "Summer Museum Education Internship" as the subject. Materials must be received by April 7, 2014. (#27)
Ticket Box Office Intern
New Haven Open at Yale is a WTA Premier event and the last summer tournament leading into the US Open Grand Slam in New York City. This full-time internship offers the unique opportunity to become involved in Box Office management for the New Haven Open, a large-scale international professional women's tennis tournament. This position is designed to support the ticket department in day-to-day operations. Dates are June 2 - August 24, 2014. Interns for the New Haven Open at Yale will be required to work a minimum of 30 hours per week. As the tournament nears, hours will increase and evenings and weekends will be required during the tournament. Candidates must be able to work the entire duration of the tournament. No financial compensation is available. Housing and transportation are the responsibility of the student.
To apply, please submit a CL, R and 3 names, titles and contact information for at least 2 academic and/or professional references to Sarah Layedra. (#27)
Sponsorship Activation Intern
New Haven Open at Yale is a WTA Premier event and the last summer tournament leading into the US Open Grand Slam in New York City. This full-time internship offers the unique opportunity to become involved in Box Office management for the New Haven Open, a large-scale international professional women's tennis tournament. Dates are June 2 - August 24, 2014. Interns for the New Haven Open at Yale will be required to work a minimum of 30 hours per week. As the tournament nears, hours will increase and evenings and weekends will be required during the tournament. Candidates must be able to work the entire duration of the tournament. No financial compensation is available. Housing and transportation are the responsibility of the student. In this position you will assist the Corporate Partnerships and Sponsor Services Departments. Responsibilities include: Corporate Display Booths, Signage, Sponsor Tennis Clinic, Special Events, Video Scoreboards, documenting sponsor assets for compliance, inventory compliance photos at the end of each day, maintenance of sponsor display booths, assemble items for sponsor mailings, assist with administrative needs.
To apply, please submit a CL, R and 3 names, titles and contact information for at least 2 academic and/or professional references to Sarah Layedra. (#27)
Sponsorship Sales Intern
New Haven Open at Yale is a WTA Premier event and the last summer tournament leading into the US Open Grand Slam in New York City. This full-time internship offers the unique opportunity to become involved in Box Office management for the New Haven Open, a large-scale international professional women's tennis tournament. Dates are June 2 - August 24, 2014. Interns for the New Haven Open at Yale will be required to work a minimum of 30 hours per week. As the tournament nears, hours will increase and evenings and weekends will be required during the tournament. Candidates must be able to work the entire duration of the tournament. No financial compensation is available. Housing and transportation are the responsibility of the student. In this internship you will assist the Corporate Partnerships and Sponsorship Sales Department with prospecting, proposals and contracts. Responsibilities include: Learn and assist with lead prospecting, learn selling techniques from Sponsorship Sales Department, Assist with sponsor company research, compile and maintain category and company information, assist with development and tracking of contracts and invoices, shadow Sponsorship Sales team on client entertainment. To apply, please submit a CL, R and 3 names, titles and contact information for at least 2 academic and/or professional references to Sarah Layedra. (#27)
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