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Paid Intern - Fundraising Events at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Massachusetts

Employer: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Massachusetts Expires: 01/31/2024 As one of the nation’s largest mentoring agencies, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Massachusetts (BBBSEM) is committed to promoting the healthy development of children through the nurturing of continuing, one-to-one friendships with caring responsible adults, supported by trained professional staff. Our work is both impactful and urgent so we are constantly looking for the best team members to join our mission.Our BBBSEM internships provide a unique opportunity to gain knowledge of how a nonprofit agency works and operates, as well as tangible learning, knowledge and professional skills experience by working within different functions at our agency.Role SummaryThe Development Intern will work alongside the Senior Director of Development and be responsible for supporting the Sr. Director in fundraising and stewardship objectives. At the end of the internship, the Development Intern will have gained experience in areas such as in volunteer management, proposal writing, and donor engagement.Hours per week: 12-15Basic ResponsibilitiesHelp in the preparation and production of fundraising eventsDevelop content related to upcoming fundraising events including, but not limited to, promotional flyers, presentations, and follow-up materialsAssist with social media activities and updatesHelp the team with research; prepare and manage mailing listsAttend and participate in fundraising eventsDisplay professionalism and the ability to work in a goal-driven work setting by hitting specific work completion targetsParticipate in regular supervision, team meetings, and agency wide learning initiativesProvide other administrative support as neededBasic QualificationsAvailability to work at 12-15 flexible hours per week for the duration of the school semester.Must be available to work occasional evening hoursMust be available to work from our downtown officeFamiliarity with Microsoft Office programs (excel, powerpoint, etc.)

Product Innovation & Development (PID) Summer Intern at ETS/Educational Testing Service

Employer: ETS/Educational Testing Service Expires: 01/01/2024 About the ETS PID InternshipETS’ Product Innovation and Development (PID) work drives the innovation and development of teaching and learning technologies that are grounded in research and powered by next-generation AI. PID is dedicated to working closely with end-users to uncover real-world needs and co-designing and prototyping solutions to meet those needs. Our staff is made up of scientists (impact research, learning, and data), software developers, AI engineers, user experience researchers and designers, instructional designers, scrum coordinators, and product owners.Interns accepted into the ETS PID summer program will participate in user needs, discovery and exploration, solution ideation and validation, capability and prototype development, iterative user validation, and data-driven solution optimization. We work in agile development teams to apply the best of foundational learning and cognitive science to the design, development, and testing of solutions to meet educator and learner needs. Upon the completion of the program, you’ll have the opportunity to present your findings to teams across R&D.Applicants who have interest and expertise in the following would be a great fit for this program:Software developmentAI and ML engineeringData Science / Data Engineering.TasksInterns will develop models, train models, predict outcomes, work with lead scientists or engineers, or develop software.All interns will create and give presentations about their projects at the end of the internship period.Experience and SkillsHow to Apply:Applying to the PID Internship is a two-step process:Step 1:  Submit a preliminary applicationStep 2: After successfully completing the preliminary application, within 24 - 48 hours you will receive an email from inviting you to provide additional documents needed for a complete application. These Materials include:A copy of your graduate transcripts (unofficial copies are acceptable).If you were accepted into a graduate program and deferred enrollment, attach proof of acceptance.A written statement identifying the PID team you are interested in and how your education and experience align with the work of the teamA recommendation form to share with your recommenders.EligibilityCompletion of bachelor's degreeActively enrolled or accepted into a graduate program aligned to a focus area (students who have deferred enrollment due to extenuating circumstances will be considered)SelectionThe main criteria for selection will be the match of applicant interests and experience with the focus of PID. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered. ETS affirmative action goals will be considered. The PID values building teams of individuals from diverse backgrounds and with diverse experiences. We strongly encourage students from underrepresented groups and backgrounds to apply. Internship details and datesApplications must be received by January 1st, 2024; Late or incomplete applications will not be considered.Applicants will be notified of selection decisions by March 31st, 2024Duration - Ten weeks, remote: June 10th, 2024 - August 16th, 2024Compensation - $15,000 stipend

Sasaki's 2024 Summer Internships at Sasaki

Employer: Sasaki Expires: 01/20/2024 Attention: Landscape Architecture, Architecture, Urban Design, Planning, Interior Design, Civil Engineering, Marketing/Communication, and Data Design/Strategy students! Are you an enthusiastic early designer with big ideas for the built environment? Are you looking for a chance to work with an interdisciplinary team of designers and tackle some of the world’s most interesting design and planning challenges? Apply now for Sasaki's 2024 Summer Internship program!Sasaki interns get hands-on experience, develop valuable professional connections, and gain a deep understanding of how a leading firm operates and innovates. The interns will all be a part of project teams delivering real-world solutions and tangible productions. Specific information and project examples for architecture can be found at Interns will work on current Sasaki projects alongside our architects, landscape architects, interior designers, planners, urban designers, strategists, civil engineers, and graphic designers. While roles and responsibilities range based on the discipline and on-going project work of the firm at the time, interns can expect to be exposed to a rigorous and engaging design process, participate in work sessions and meetings as well as further their working knowledge of industry standard technologies, software programs, and best practices.An internship with Sasaki offers an invaluable opportunity for professional growth as well as a fun and memorable summer experience. When you work at Sasaki, you sign up to work alongside a diverse group of design professionals who are deeply committed to improving the world through design. We are proud of both the work and the culture we continuously cultivate here, supported by everyone's diverse perspectives, backgrounds, and interests. Sasaki is one of the leading multi-disciplinary design firms in the world, with 300+ employees based primarily in the Boston region and over 800 awards for excellence in our architecture, site, and planning and urban design practices. Interested? Here is what you need to know:Location: Boston, MA (Landscape Architecture, Urban Design and Planning students may have the option of being located in our Denver or Brooklyn offices). This will require you to have housing for the summer months in your respective city.The summer internship is an in-person internship. Sasaki employees collaborate in-person at least 24 hours each week at the office. 10-12 week program from June 3rd, 2024 - August 30th, 2024 (end dates will be determined based on academic need/requirements but start date is firm)Applications close/due: Friday, January 19Interviews: ~2/5 - 2/16Notifications: ~2/19 - 2/26$25/hr*Please note that while we'll try our best to adhere to these dates, slight changes based on amount of applications, total interviews, etc. may potentially delay response times* What you bring:Design chops – you’ve got vision, creativity, and skillsCollaborative spirit – the idea of interdisciplinary teamwork gets you excitedOpinions – you have them and value sharing them with othersPassion – you have a healthy dose of ambition for yourself, your team, the work (and the firm you’ll come to love)Proactive resourcefulness – you’re energetic and positive about solving problems and take initiative to find a way to ‘yes’Growth-orientation – you’re curious and want to find greater ways to impact the world around youHumanistic sensibility – you design for people and you generally enjoy working with others Candidates must upload: - Resume - Portfolio/Work Samples - One faculty letter of recommendation (sent to: - Brief, one page explanation of goals and expectations for internship Please Note:You MUST apply through Sasaki's career page! We make no promise your application will be reviewed if not submitted through the Sasaki career portal linked above - with the four components listed above.Complete applications are due by 1/19/2024. Please ignore any other posting expiration date on any site that is not If a posting does expire elsewhere, it will still be available and accessible at

Summer Intern - Biostatistics at Insmed

Employer: Insmed Expires: 12/29/2023 The Insmed Summer Internship Program gives students an opportunity to gain hands-on experience in a corporate environment in the pharmaceutical industry, receive mentoring from highly skilled professionals, and work on dynamic team projects. Our 12-week 2024 Summer Intern program is a full-time (40 hours per week), paid internship. The internship may present opportunities for rotational assignments within the function, and the intern will be assigned goals and objectives that will support the strategic business plan of the company.ResponsibilitiesYou will work closely with senior-level biostatisticians on innovative statistical methodology and/or application topics related to the design and analysis of clinical trials. At the end of internship, you will be expected to present your working to the Biostatistics team. The ideal candidate will have a good knowledge of R and/or SAS and completed at least 2 years of graduate level courses. QualificationsInterested in pursuing a career in the pharmaceutical industryCurrently in full-time D. Candidates in Biostatistics or StatisticsMust have excellent communication skills (verbal and written).Highly organized with a strong attention to detail, clarity, accuracy and conciseness.Highly proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook).Must successfully exhibit Insmed’s five (5) corporate values: Collaboration, Accountability, Passion, Integrity & Respect; along with any other position specific competencies.Individuals must demonstrate the ability to interact successfully in a dynamic and culturally diverse workplace.Insmed Incorporated is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected Veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law. 

Accounting Intern at Castro Thresher & Oliveira PC

Employer: Castro Thresher & Oliveira PC Expires: 01/10/2024 Are you a college student with a passion for numbers and a desire to kickstart your career in accounting? We're seeking motivated individuals from various majors, including marketing, accounting, math, and management, to join our team as Accounting Interns. This is an excellent opportunity to gain hands-on experience in tax, accounting, and financial analysis, providing valuable skills that will benefit you in any career path you choose.Responsibilities:Tax Assistance:Assist in preparing and filing tax returns.Learn and apply tax regulations and laws under the guidance of experienced professionals.Accounting Support:Work on various accounting tasks, including data entry, reconciliations, and financial reporting.Collaborate with our accounting team to gain practical knowledge in the field.Financial Analysis:Contribute to financial analyses and reports to support decision-making processes.Learn how to interpret financial data and provide insights to enhance business performance.Flexible Schedule:Work 10-20 hours per week, allowing you to balance your internship with your academic commitments.Enjoy a flexible schedule to accommodate your coursework and other responsibilities.Compensation:Compensation will be commensurate with experience, ensuring your hard work is recognized and rewarded.Technology Skills:Knowledge of Microsoft 360 products and/or QuickBooks is a plus.Develop and enhance your technical skills in a professional setting.Training and Learning:No prior experience is required; we are looking for candidates with a willingness and aptitude for learning.Receive training and mentorship from experienced professionals in the accounting field.Qualifications:Currently enrolled in a college program, pursuing a degree in marketing, accounting, math, management, or related fields.Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.Excellent communication and teamwork abilities.Eagerness to learn and a proactive attitude.If you're ready to embark on a rewarding internship that will provide you with valuable skills for your future career, apply today! Please submit your resume to or, Thresher & Oliveira, PC is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds and experiences.

Pharmacy Leadership Fellow at Boston Medical Center

Employer: Boston Medical Center Expires: 12/11/2023 POSITION SUMMARY: Boston Medical Center Health System is an approximately $6B system whose mission is to provide Exceptional Care without Exception. The Health System includes a tertiary academic medical center (Boston Medical Center), faculty practice foundation, Medicaid managed care organization (Wellsense), network of community health centers and an accountable care organization (Boston ACO). Anchored by Boston Medical Center, which has been serving Boston's most vulnerable patient population for over 150 years, BMCHS is unwavering in its commitment to serve the community and united in its vision to "make Boston the healthiest urban population in the world by 2030.”The pharmacy section at BMCHS is a wide-reaching, complex organization made up of one of the largest integrated specialty pharmacies in the country at over $700MM in annual revenue, a leading clinical and residency program, and a health insurance company managing over 750,000 lives, working together as a system to deliver cutting edge clinical initiatives. As our pharmacy department works to build the next generation of diverse pharmacy leaders, we are launching a 1-year fellowship program aimed to equip communities that have historically been omitted from pharmacy leadership roles with the foundation, tools, and experiences to problem solve any issue facing them in their future careers as pharmacy leaders. Our program will guide the next generation of pharmacy leaders by exposing them to all aspects of the pharmacy value chain and preparing them to translate the pharmacist experience to the executive C suite. Compared to traditional hospital-based residency and other fellowship programs, our program leverages BMC’s unique position as a health system as well as placements with strategic partners to provide pharmacy leadership fellows with experiences working alongside the various stakeholders affecting a pharmacy business, including payers, retail, specialty, MCOs, distributors, and PBMs. The fellowship program will begin in July 2024 and run through June 2025. Beginning with a 1-2 month shadow period across the health system (including non-pharmacy functions) to enhance the fellow’s understanding of how the system operates, the BMCHS Pharmacy leadership fellow will spend the remainder of the year completing targeted project-based rotations, leading and contributing to strategic initiatives across BMC Health System Pharmacy and our strategic partners. The ideal candidate will play a critical role in leading initiatives for pharmacy: engaging key stakeholders, developing critical analyses, driving decisions, and implementing change. They will work directly with the CPO and other senior leaders on a day-to-day basis. This role represents an ideal entry or pivot point for those looking to lead at the senior level within any pharmacy business. Applications will no longer be accepted after December 11th, 2023.  Position: Pharmacy Leadership Fellow      Department: Pharmacy AdministrationSchedule: Full Time ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES / DUTIES:Bring a fresh perspective to identify process or performance improvement opportunities, with a focus on quality, growth, and efficiencyDirectly and indirectly lead cross-functional pharmacy projects by guiding, motivating, and driving others to actionProvide project management and implementation oversight on selected strategic projectsSupport the Vice President, the Pharmacy Strategy team, and other Pharmacy leaders in the development and evaluation of business opportunitiesConduct rigorous analysis to support decision-makingPresent a final presentation, highlighting key projects and lessons learned throughout the fellowshipBe a champion for BMC / Pharmacy culture and norms with corporate, client, and on-site teams, ensuring it flows through in every interaction and process Leadership fellow projects will vary year to year and are based on system priorities. Some examples of potential projects are included below; in general, projects provide broad system-wide exposure and are both financially and clinically impactful:Lead competitive analyses to evaluate the commercial potential of productizing internal BMCHS pharmacy solutionsLead the process for establishing a regular cadence for dashboard/report card of health plan performance versus State benchmarks; requires collaborating and aligning priorities among a variety a system VPs (e.g. VP of System Analytics, SVP Wellsense Pharmacy, Advocacy)Help the pharmacy leadership team develop and refine workflows for their respective operations to ensure seamless performance or execution of new quality initiatives (e.g. optimizing refills and access to medications)Lead analysis with BMC strategic partner to assess benefits of BMC joining a new strategic collaborativeLead modeling and determine operating team structures and sizes for different department situations, aligning stakeholders on criteria (e.g. for central fill eligibility, metrics for expected and anticipated volume capture for targeted drugs, etc.)Respond to state RFPs, bringing a strategic lens to align BMC quality standards with strategic partners’ (The above statements in this job description are intended to depict the general nature and level of work assigned to the employee(s) in this job.  The above is not intended to represent an exhaustive list of accountable duties and responsibilities required). JOB REQUIREMENTS EDUCATION: Recent graduate from an accredited dual degree Doctor of Pharmacy program, plus M.B.A or another advanced Master’s degree OR a Doctor of Pharmacy Degree, plus 3+ years of relevant post-graduate work experience CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS REQUIRED: Work requires licensure to practice pharmacy in the state of Massachusetts, or eligibility to become fully licensed within 45 days from date of hire. EXPERIENCE: Included within education above. Prior experience leading multi-stakeholder initiatives or launching programs in cross-functional environments, with demonstrated business knowledge a plus. KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:The ideal candidate will be a naturally curious, high-energy, team-oriented, problem-solver looking to accelerate their learning and experience within a complex pharmacy business.Passion for hospital leadership and providing the best health care to every person, regardless of their social or economic circumstancesAbility to tackle complex and unstructured problems by efficiently identifying the critical issuesRelentlessly drives toward potential solutions, including moving to options B, C, D, and E when necessary; awareness of when to elevate issues to senior leadership when intervention is necessaryAbility to manage multiple high priority projects simultaneously and prioritize to meet key deadlines without frequent formal check-in'sDedicated team player with the willingness and desire to learn and grow.Strong interpersonal skills to develop support from different hospital functions, vendors, and partnersExceptionally strong written and verbal communications skills along with the ability to distill complex analysis and recommendations into succinct, persuasive executive presentations to all levels of leadership and staff.Ability to communicate effectively and remain calm and courteous under pressureHighest level of integrity and respect for patients and colleaguesProficient with standard Microsoft programs (i.e. MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) and web browsers.

Marketing Internship at CareYaya Health Technologies Inc.

Employer: CareYaya Health Technologies Inc. Expires: 05/24/2024 To apply, please CONNECT (No InMails or resumes, please) and add a note to the connect request with the role you're interested in: About the Marketing InternshipOur Marketing Internship offers a unique opportunity to dive into the dynamic world of health-tech marketing. This role is ideal for individuals passionate about combining their marketing skills with a mission to transform caregiving through technology. As a Marketing Intern, you will play a crucial role in developing and executing marketing strategies that resonate with our target audience.Key ResponsibilitiesMarketing Strategy: Assist in the development and implementation of marketing campaigns tailored to the health-tech and caregiving sector.Content Creation: Create engaging content for various platforms, including social media, blogs, and email marketing, that highlights our products and services.Market Research: Conduct research to understand the needs and preferences of our target audience, including caregivers and care recipients.Brand Awareness: Help in building and maintaining a strong brand presence in the health-tech industry.Collaboration: Work closely with the product development and sales teams to align marketing strategies with overall business objectives.QualificationsCurrently pursuing or recently graduated with a degree in Marketing, Communications, Business Administration, or a related field.Excellent written and verbal communication skills.Familiarity with digital marketing tools and platforms (e.g., social media, Google Analytics, email marketing software).Creative mindset with an ability to generate innovative marketing ideas.Ability to work collaboratively in a fast-paced startup environment.

Software Engineer (SWE) Internship at CareYaya Health Technologies Inc.

Employer: CareYaya Health Technologies Inc. Expires: 05/24/2024 To apply, please CONNECT (No InMails or resumes, please) and add a note to the connect request with the role you're interested in: About the Software Engineer (SWE) InternshipThis Software Engineer Internship is an exciting opportunity for individuals who are passionate about software development, coding, and technology innovation. As a Software Engineer Intern, you will contribute to various stages of the software development lifecycle and work on projects that have a real impact.Key ResponsibilitiesSoftware Development: Participate in the design, development, and implementation of software solutions.Code Contribution: Write clean, efficient, and well-documented code in various programming languages.Testing and Debugging: Assist in testing software applications, identifying bugs, and proposing solutions to improve performance and functionality.Collaborative Projects: Work collaboratively with cross-functional teams on software development projects.QualificationsCurrently pursuing or recently graduated with a degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, or a related field.Proficiency in one or more programming languages (e.g., Java, C++, Python, JavaScript).Familiarity with software development methodologies and tools (e.g., Agile, Git).Strong problem-solving skills and attention to detail.Ability to work effectively in a team and adapt to a fast-paced development environment.

Hope Reichbach Fellowship 2024 at Hope Reichbach Fund

Employer: Hope Reichbach Fund Expires: 02/19/2024 The 2024 Summer Fellowship application is now live!Each student will receive $525 per week of full-time work, plus unlimited MetroCards (or equivalent value). Internships are 10 weeks long; $5,250 for the length of their summer internship. If you are a freshman, sophomore, or junior in college and wish to apply please click this linkYou are eligible to apply for the Hope Reichbach Fund if:• You are a resident of New York City.• You are a freshman, sophomore, or junior in college.• You demonstrate financial need. (FASFA form required)• You are available in the summer full-time for 10 consecutive weeks.If you do not fulfill ALL OF the above criteria, you are NOT eligible for this scholarship.Our mission at the Hope Reichbach Memorial Fund is to provide vital learning experiences and career development for Brooklyn students, inviting them into a network centered around Hope Reichbach’s memory and values of active leadership and communal responsibility.To accomplish this mission, we are looking for candidates who:• Have completed their freshman or sophomore year of college;• Show demonstrable financial need;• Excel academically;• Are active in their communities;• Show leadership potential;• Have an interest in mentorship and professional development;• Are passionate about social change and community service work, and• Are interested in working in Brooklyn-based organizations. 2024 Timeline:February 18: Application Deadline at 11:59 pmMid-March: InterviewsLate April: Final NoticesMid May: Fellows notified about placementJune 2: Fellowship OrientationJune 3 – August 9: 10-week, full-time fellowshipAugust 11 – Closing CeremonyIf you are a potential applicant and have any questions, please email our program manager at 

Innovation & Collaboration Co-Op at Ocular Therapeutix

Employer: Ocular Therapeutix Expires: 05/22/2024 Innovation & Collaboration Co-Op at Ocular TherapeutixOverview: Ocular Therapeutix, Inc. (NASDAQ: OCUL) is a biopharmaceutical company focused on the development and commercialization of innovative therapies for diseases and conditions of the eye using its proprietary hydrogel platform technology. Our product pipeline candidates are designed to provide differentiated drug delivery solutions that reduce the complexity and burden of the current standard of care by creating sustained release alternatives. It is our intention to develop a product portfolio to overcome the issues of patient compliance and adherence by providing means of more consistent and reliable drug dosing. The Innovation & Collaboration Co-Op shall provide lab and engineering support to early-stage pipeline projects involving sustained therapeutic delivery of drugs from hydrogels. The position is set in a dynamic, fast-paced environment and shall require the individual to work on a broad range of tasks. The position requires mobility and some physical ability to set up and work with equipment.This position provides potential to gain multi-disciplinary knowledge and experience in a variety of ways by exploring opportunities associated with your major and rotating through multiple departments.Principle Duties and Responsibilities: Assist in designing and executing synthesis, formulation and process development studies using Ocular’s proprietary PEG technologyAssist in research to understand and solve problems, contribute to prove of concept design and optimizationSupport formulation and process development for drug loaded and placebo microparticles as needed Help characterize and model sustained in vitro therapeutic release of biologics and small molecule pharmaceuticalsWork with project teams to develop and implement novel test methodsEvaluate and identify process bottlenecks and inefficiencies and propose solutionsSource and select research equipmentMaintain inventory and order general lab supplies, chemicals, equipment parts, etc.Maintain a laboratory notebook for Innovation & Collaboration studiesProvide general support to Innovation & Collaboration laboratory operations and safety practicesAnalyze, summarize, and present data in Innovation & Collaboration team meetingsOther duties may be assigned Qualification Requirements:Education:  Currently pursuing a BS or higher-level degree in Chemical Engineering, Bioengineering, Material Science, Chemistry or related field.Experience: 2nd or 3rd Co-Op is preferredKnowledge/Skill:  Must have the ability to work with people of various educational backgrounds, must be proficient with Microsoft Word and Excel, and should have some research lab experience. 

Investment Banking 2025 Summer Analyst at Union Square Advisors

Employer: Union Square Advisors Expires: 04/30/2024 The Internship program at Union Square Advisors offers candidates the unparalleled opportunity to gain deep domain expertise in M&A and capital raising in the technology sector. Interns, or “Summer Analysts” will have the opportunity to support teams on live deals through both quantitative and qualitative assignments, along with performing in-depth industry and company-specific research. We are targeting undergraduate applicants with an expected Spring 2026 graduation date. * Formal Interviews will begin in February 2024*Perform Business and Financial Analyses:Research and analyze financial and operating information related to companies and industriesPerform complex financial modeling and valuation analyses as part of client / industry evaluationsWork side-by-side with full-time analysts to complete necessary analyses for live engagements, along with participating in client calls and due diligence discussionsCreate trend analyses of financial performance for client presentationsComplete a summer project where the candidate will “pitch” a potential client opportunity to Union Square Advisors senior bankersProvide Management Support:Provide analytical findings to deal teamsDevelop written internal and external marketing materialsImprove and maintain internal infrastructure projects and databasesSupport the coverage team in the successful development of presentations for potential mandatesQualifications:Pursuing undergraduate degree with academic coursework in finance, economics or accounting, complimented by outstanding academic achievementBasic understanding of fundamental financial principlesTrack record of successfully participating in a team setting in a fast-paced and highly demanding environmentExcellent analytical and critical thinking skillsHighly developed written and oral communication skillsStrong interpersonal skillsAbility to be creative, insightful and resourceful in the performance of assignments in a fast paced and challenging environmentStrong attention to detailStrong ability to attentively assess and provide detailed information daily on multiple projects in an organized mannerSelf-starter with the capability to independently function and take ownership of assignmentsStrong sense of urgency and competitivenessExhibits a level of maturity required in a professional settingExpertise in financial computer applications and database management tools including: MS Excel, MS PowerPoint and MS Office; knowledge of research products including: CapitalIQ, Pitchbook, FactSet, Thomson One and 451 Research is a plusUnion Square Advisors is a leading technology-focused investment bank that offers strategic mergers & acquisitions advice and execution, agented private capital financing, and debt capital markets advisory services. Founded in 2007, with offices in San Francisco and New York, Union Square Advisors works with leading public and private technology companies, private equity, venture capital, and family offices. Our expertise spans many aspects of the technology landscape, including Enterprise Software and Infrastructure, FinTech, Healthcare IT, Internet+Digital Media, eCommerce, Consumer Software, AIoT & Industrial Technology and other key segments. Since inception, Union Square Advisors has advised on more than 175 strategic transactions, valued in excess of $120B. For more information, please visit As a part of our commitment to health and safety, we have implemented various COVID-related health and safety requirements for our workforce. In addition to a firm-wide vaccination and booster policy, these requirements may also include regular testing, mask wearing, social distancing and regular health checks. Requirements may change in the future with the evolving public health landscape. Union Square Advisors will consider accommodation requests.

Phyllis Torda Memorial Fellow at National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA)

Employer: National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Expires: 01/31/2024 The Phyllis Torda Health Care Quality and Equity Fellowship Program enables NCQA to train a new generation of leaders. NCQA recognizes that strength comes through diversity, and actively seeks and welcomes applicants with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and identities.The Fellowship celebrates the life and work of Phyllis Torda, an NCQA employee from 1995–2015. Phyllis was an enthusiastic champion for change and was devoted to improving our national health care system. She promoted the use of electronic health records, patient-reported outcomes for performance measurement and new strategies and methodologies for physician measurement.At NCQA, high-quality care is equitable care—there is no quality without equity. NCQA is on a journey to evaluate, enhance and innovate across our offerings through an equity lens. This means investigating and understanding how structures and processes have led to inequalities and identifying solutions and changes to remove gaps in care. The Phyllis Torda Fellow(s) will work on critical issues related to health care quality and equity. Below are some example topics; other related topics are welcome:Integrating equity into various areas: This includes measurement, accreditation, certification, recognition, educational programs, and sharing information.Establishing or improving standards for behavioral health care: Focus is on care access, equity, and quality measures.Digital transformation of health care data: This involves assessing data relevance and adequacy, as well as effective reporting systems.Influence of state and federal health care policies: Recognizing their impact on the healthcare landscape.Emphasis on patient-reported outcomes and experiences: These are crucial metrics for evaluating care effectiveness.Targeting specific care populations: Including those dealing with chronic conditions, complex care needs, as well as maternal and child health.Adapting to new and expanded care delivery methods: Such as providing care at home, utilizing telemedicine, and incorporating long-term services and supports.Leveraging clinical informatics to improve and broaden existing clinical measures: This involves expanding beyond health plans to encompass a more comprehensive range of healthcare services and outcomes, enhancing the depth and breadth of data-driven insights to advance overall healthcare quality and effectiveness. PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONThe Fellowship is a 12-month, full-time program with the option to be fully virtual, hybrid or in person. Fellows who choose to be fully virtual may participate remotely from anywhere in the United States. For fully remote Fellows, NCQA will cover travel for trips to the NCQA offices, located in Washington, DC. NCQA is well equipped to ensure that teleworking staff and Fellows are integrated into the team and supported in their work.The Fellowship program is housed in NCQA’s Quality Measures & Research Group (QMRG) department which plays a pivotal role in developing and maintaining HEDIS measures for health plan reporting. It also conducts foundational research to support NCQA accreditation and recognition programs. QMRG comprises several teams: Research, Performance Measurement, Analysis, and Quality Solutions. The Research Team advances knowledge in healthcare quality, the Performance Measurement Team translates best practices into accountability measures, the Analysis Team handles data analysis and provides methodological support to research and measure development, and the Quality Solutions Group maintains relationships and manages projects for NCQA's products.The Fellowship comprises four key components.Mentorship: Fellows are supported by NCQA’s senior staff with expertise in health care quality; health care quality measurement science; quality improvement; health care policy and implementation; practice transformation; health services and outcomes research; and analysis of health care quality data. There will be a mentor who will provide oversight of each Fellow’s learning plan to ensure that activities are in line with their career goals. The mentor will also hold regular meetings with Fellows to discuss progress.Educational activities: Fellows can join in-person gatherings, like NCQA's Health Innovation Summit, and virtual educational activities such as research and data analytics courses, webinars, and policy-focused events led by NCQA and renowned healthcare organizations and research institutions. Additional educational materials and resources tailored to the Fellow's learning plan are available. A budget is allocated for Fellows to engage in these educational opportunities.Experiential learning: Fellows support NCQA projects based on their learning goals and healthcare background. They use evidence-based research and data from various sources to solve problems and improve healthcare programs and policies. Fellows will work on projects that allow them to actively apply what they've learned in practical situations, fostering a deeper understanding of the subject matter. Fellows have the chance to influence healthcare policies and practices by analyzing data, drafting recommendations, and participating in the decision-making process. Additionally, Fellows propose self-guided projects related to healthcare quality and equity initiatives or solutions to related problems.Professional networking: Fellows have the chance to meet in person and in virtual meetings with thought leaders at NCQA and in the health care quality and equity field, including experts from health care organizations (e.g., health plans, hospitals) state health officials (e.g., Medicaid directors), academic institutions, health care vendors, patient advocacy groups and community-based organizations. Fellowship ActivitiesThis program is tailored for master's or doctoral-trained candidates interested in translational healthcare research, particularly in policy and practice. Fellows play a crucial role in supporting ongoing NCQA projects, aligning with their learning objectives and healthcare background. Their responsibilities include identifying, synthesizing, and applying evidence-based research and theories from various disciplines and health-related data sources to advance healthcare programs, policies, and initiatives.NCQA is involved in a range of projects encompassing measurement development, policy initiatives, and products related to areas such as preventive health, behavioral health, complex care, health information technology, equitable healthcare, and population health management.Fellows are empowered to influence decision-making processes, synthesizing evidence, applying scientific methods, analyzing data, composing communications, and participating in consensus-building. Applicants are encouraged to propose self-guided projects aimed at impacting healthcare quality and equity initiatives or addressing healthcare quality and equity challenges.These projects may include environmental scans, literature reviews, interviews, focus groups, case studies, and short surveys. Examples of suitable projects encompass assessing industry best practices, understanding responses to healthcare policy changes, and developing evidence-based toolkits and resource guides. The ultimate goal is to contribute new knowledge in line with NCQA's mission to enhance healthcare quality. NCQA offers the following data sources as potential options for Fellows to analyze:Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS®) Data Factory.Health Outcomes Survey (HOS).Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS®).NCQA Recognition Programs database, which includes granular structure and process data on primary care (e.g., patient-centered medical homes). The level of data restriction and data quality for analysis (e.g., specific years or selected data elements) may vary by data source. SELECTION AND ELIGIBILITYThe Fellowship is an experiential learning, professional development opportunity for highly qualified, self-motivated individuals who are in the early stages of their career. NCQA recognizes that strength comes through diversity, and intentionally seeks and welcomes applicants with diverse backgrounds, experiences and identities. In particular, we encourage applicants who meet the eligibility criteria from the following historically and currently underrepresented racial and ethnic groups: American Indian/Alaskan Native, African American/Black, Asian American, Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander and Hispanic/Latinx. We also encourage applicants from minority-serving institutions such as Tribal Colleges and Universities, Non-Tribal American Indian/Alaskan Native-Serving Institutions, Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Hispanic-Serving Institutions and Asian American and Pacific Islander-Serving Institutions.Applicants are assessed on the following criteria:A commitment to the field of health care quality and equity.A match between the applicant’s learning objectives/research interests and what NCQA can offer.The potential impact of the Fellowship experience on the applicant’s career.Professional qualifications and prior achievements.Interpersonal and communication skills. Eligibility for the program includes being a master's degree graduate in a health-related field with at least 2 years of professional research and healthcare experience post-degree completion, a doctoral degree graduate in a health-related field with less than 3 years of post-doctoral research experience, or a doctoral candidate planning to defend their dissertation within the first half-year of the Fellowship period (e.g., within six months of the Fellowship start date)Applicants should complete and submit an application form and have their letters of recommendation sent via this link to complete their application. If you have any questions, please email for further information.Submit the full application and materials by 11 pm (ET), January 31, 2024. SALARY AND OTHER SUPPORTThe salary range is from $75,000–$100,000, depending on education and years of experience. This is a full-time position with full-time insurance benefits, including paid time off and educational assistance. This position is also eligible for company-provided benefits. APPLICATION INFORMATIONRead the application instructions and label documents carefully before uploading (PDF or Word documents). Incomplete applications will not be considered. If you have any questions, please reach out to All submission materials are due by 11 pm (ET), January 31, 2024.Application MaterialsApplication Form.Resume or Curriculum Vitae. Label the file “CV, [your last name, your first name].”Personal Statement. Label the file “Personal Statement, [your last name, your first name].” Provide responses to the questions below. Word limits are included for each question. Use 12-point Times New Roman typeface, double-spaced, in your responses.Describe your interest in the Phyllis Torda Fellowship, and what you hope to gain from being a Fellow. (200 word max)What topics related to health care quality and equity would you like to work on, and why? How does the topic relate to NCQA? Be specific. (500 word max)What are your professional goals as they relate to what you hope to gain from the Fellowship? (200 word max)Briefly share aspects of your background, experience and identities that will contribute to NCQA’s mission of furthering diversity, equity and inclusion. (200 word max)Letters of Recommendation. Provide two letters of recommendation from persons who can comment on your academic and/or professional work. These persons (not the candidate) should send their letter of recommendation using this link. If they have any questions, please be sure to have them email Letters of recommendation are due by January 31, 2024, along with other required materials in order for the application to be considered complete. If you have questions about this Fellowship or about the application process, email Project Proposal. Label the file “Self-Guided Project, [your last name, your first name].” There is 5-page maximum, excluding cover sheet. If you provide references, endnotes are not included in the page count. Use 12-point Times New Roman typeface, double-spaced, in your proposal.Instructions for the Self-Guided Project Proposal The self-guided project constitutes approximately 45%–50% of the Fellowship year, with Fellows also engaging in NCQA-directed projects for at least 50% of their time. Please note that the self-guided project may be subject to changes based on feasibility, interest, and scope. Include the following sections:  Proposal TitleExecutive Summary: (200 word max) Describe the problem, the methods to address the issue, and the potential implications, findings, or solutions the self-guided project will identify.Objective of the project (100 words max, bullets acceptable)Problem Statement: (200 word max) Describe the context, historical evidence, or policies related to the issue you want to research. Why is this topic important?Methods and Approach: (200 word max) Describe the approach to identify potential new knowledge of the problem and possible solutions to address the health care issue outlined in the problem statement. Items to include:What research methods, analytical approach and/or data sources will you use?Highlight your research training, experience, and capability to complete the analysis using the proposed data source or qualitative methods.What challenges do you foresee, and how will you address them?  Project Plan & Timeline: (150 word max) Provide a high-level project work plan and general time frame (assume in a 12-month timeframe). Please include how you plan to manage and complete your project on time.Implications: (150 word max) Describe the anticipated outcomes or potential findings. Describe the likely implications of this work for future research, policy, programs, or measure development. Include how these outcomes or results relate to health care quality and equity. Lastly, describe how this work aligns with NCQA’s mission and vision. Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities. NCQA is a drug-free workplace. NCQA recruits, hires, trains and promotes individuals, and administers any and all personnel actions, without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, pregnancy, citizenship, familial status, disability status, veteran status, genetic information or other protected statuses under applicable state and federal laws.NCQA will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge; (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer; or (c) consistent with the contractor’s legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c).HEDIS® is a registered trademark of the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).CAHPS® is a registered trademark of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ).  Current/PREVIOUS FELLOWSBriana Barrett, PhD, 2023-2024 Torda Fellow, recently graduated with a PhD in Counseling and Counselor Education from North Carolina State University. Her research examines how technology use in counselor education has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. As a Fellow, Dr. Barrett supports NCQA projects exploring topics in behavioral health network adequacy and performance measurement.Ashley Pugh, MSHI, RN, CPHIMS, 2023-2024 Torda Fellow, is a nurse informaticist with a critical care and community health background.  She supports various health equity initiatives across the organization, including quality measures, product development, and digital transformation.  Her interests include digital health literacy, interoperability, and community-based strategies to improve care coordination. Portia Buchongo, MPH, BSN, RN, 2022–2023 Torda Fellow, recently graduate with her PhD in Health Services Research at the University of Maryland College Park School of Public Health. Her research examines the relationship between neighborhood socioeconomic conditions and access to diabetes prevention strategies. Her areas of interest also include behavioral health integration and leveraging cross-sector partnerships to enhance whole-person care and address social needs.Whitney Graves, PhD, MPH, 2022–2023 Torda Fellow, graduated with a PhD in Epidemiology from Virginia Commonwealth University. Her research examines the role of social factors on health and health care across the life span. As a Fellow, Dr. Graves supported NCQA projects exploring quality measurement for people who give birth and strategies to advance health equity.Kevin Wiley Jr., Ph.D., M.P.H., 2021–2022 Torda Fellow, is Assistant Professor at the Medical University of South Carolina and Leadership Fellow in the National Institutes of Health-funded Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning to Advance Health Equity and Researcher Diversity program. Dr. Wiley completed his PhD in Health Policy and Management, with a minor focus in Public and Population Health Informatics, at the Indiana University Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health. Dr. Wiley’s research examines the implications of EHR data quality on care processes in chronic disease care.Phil Saynisch, PhD, 2019–2020 Torda Fellow, is a Lead Research Scientist in the Advanced Analytics team at Independence Blue Cross, specializing in health economics and outcomes research. Prior to joining IBC, Dr. Saynisch was a Research Scientist at NCQA, working on primary care quality and health equity in diabetes care and chronic kidney disease. He also supported product development as a subject matter expert. Dr. Saynisch earned his PhD in Health Policy from Harvard University.Andrew Anderson, PhD, 2018–2019 Torda Fellow, is an assistant professor in the Department of Health Policy & Management at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. His work aims to increase the visibility of healthcare needs among historically marginalized populations. Dr. Anderson graduated with a PhD in Health Services Research from University of Maryland, College Park. As a Fellow, Dr. Anderson completed his dissertation and worked on research to evaluate care coordination in accountable care organizations, disparities in readmission and strategies to address social determinants of health.Anne Bowers, PhD, 2017-2018 Torda Fellow, is a senior researcher and business      communications advisor at Cigna. Dr. Bowers’ fellowship project focused on health policy impacts for advanced care planning in Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans (D-SNPs). Dr. Bowers also served as the measure development lead for NCQA’s Serious Illness Care Program.Keri Christensen, MS, 2016–2017 Torda Fellow, is Director of Strategy Implementation at NCQA. As a mid-career professional, Ms. Christensen found the Fellowship to be an opportunity to devote concentrated time to studying how social determinants of health interact with quality measurements. Her areas of interest include health care strategy and quality.

INSIGHT Research Intern - Summer 2024 at University of Washington, Harborview Injury Prevention & Research Center

Employer: University of Washington, Harborview Injury Prevention & Research Center Expires: 02/10/2024 Join students from across the country this summer for an unparalleled research internship experience.HIPRC’s Summer Research Program (INSIGHT)  is an intensive, eight-week summer internship for undergraduate students, graduate students and first-year medical students. Applications are open from mid-November to early-February for the coming summer. INSIGHT provides paid research experience and mentorship for students who are interested in injury and violence prevention research. Participants are matched to research projects and partnered with health sciences faculty from across the University of Washington and work alongside peers and health professionals from an array of disciplines. Past research areas include elucidating the risk factors and causes of injuries, injury and violence prevention strategies, acute and chronic care of injured patients, outcomes from trauma, and interventions to return the injured individual to their full potential. The INSIGHT program is supported by The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD).For 2024, the INSIGHT Program for graduate and undergraduate students will be virtual, with an in-person end of program symposium. To apply: *Students must be able to provide a physical copy of their Social Security card, COVID-19 Vaccine Card, and necessary Form-I-9 Documents.

2024 Public Relations & Marketing Summer Intern at Chaffee County Habitat for Humanity

Employer: Chaffee County Habitat for Humanity - PR/Marketing Expires: 05/17/2024 2024 Summer Internship Program: Check out our website at will receive a $1,750 stipend (additional stipend for return interns), as well as no-cost housing in our awesome intern apartment!Habitat for Humanity International (HFHI) is known for its continuous efforts to pave the way for leading a brighter future for families in need. Since 1976, Habitat for Humanity has built or repaired more than one million houses in nearly one hundred countries, providing simple, decent, and affordable shelter for more than five million people worldwide. Located in beautiful Buena Vista, Colorado, Chaffee County Habitat for Humanity was established in 2000 and has built twenty-five homes and helped numerous individuals obtain affordable housing.One of Colorado’s most desirable summer locations, Buena Vista, is surrounded by an abundance of 14,000ft peaks and is located on the banks of the Arkansas River, known by many as the “Whitewater Capital of the World”. A destination for visitors, interns will wake up every day to the beauty of the Arkansas Valley. This is a great opportunity to experience the best of what Colorado has to offer and learn valuable life lessons and occupational skills all while helping to transform a family’s life forever. This internship includes a travel expense stipend, no-cost housing, and potential school credit. Apply today for the experience of a lifetime!Position Title:Public Relations and Marketing InternOverall Nature and Scope of Position:The student intern will be a member of the CCHfH staff and will work directly with all staff and volunteers. They will work in the community and share in the excitement of our summer-building activities. The intern will also act as a representative for CCHfH to donors, volunteers, and the community. CCHfH is a small primarily volunteer-based organization providing the intern with the opportunity to be creative, and successful, and gain on-the-job training that will assist them in their future career search.Specific Duties and Responsibilities:Oversee summer outreach events and media relationsAssist with the creation of annual newslettersDevelop a social media campaign for CCHfHHelp to develop a market analysis and marketing planAssist with planning for and implementing fundraising campaignsDesign and conduct a fundraising eventSupervision and Work Relationships:The student intern works with all CCHfH staff members and volunteers. The position has extensive contact with the public and all volunteers who work with Habitat for Humanity.Internship Requirements:Applicants must be highly organized, detail-oriented with exceptional writing and multi-tasking skillsExperience writing or creating marketing plansProficient with Microsoft products and familiar with Adobe SuiteOutgoing personality, comfortable representing CCHfH in the communityAbility to meet daily and weekly deadlinesSuccessfully pass a background investigation to perform duties as requiredAvailable during the summer build season: late May through early August (Minimum 10-12 Weeks)Application Requirements:*Documents may be submitted either electronically (PDF) or via standard mail service.Cover Letter: outlining your interest in Habitat for HumanityCurrent Resume: include educational and work experience with datesTwo Letters of Recommendation: letters should be sent directly to the attention of the program coordinator from the senderEssay: What skills would you like this internship to help you to attain and/or improve upon? How will this work experience help you to achieve future work-related goals?Official College Transcripts: must be sent directly from the school to CCHfHApplication Deadline:Rolling Admissions: Applications are reviewed upon receipt. Apply early! For questions or additional information, please contact:Angela Wallace, Program CoordinatorChaffee County Habitat for HumanityPO Box 4936/27951 CR 319Buena Vista, CO 81211Direct Line:

2024 Summer Analyst Role at Lead Edge Capital

Employer: Lead Edge Capital Expires: 05/16/2024  Lead Edge Capital (“LEC”) is a growth equity firm with over $5 billion of capital under management. Founded in 2011, LEC invests in rapidly growing software, internet, and tech-enabled service businesses around the globe. One of the firm’s core differentiators is that its limited partners, or investors, are primarily current or former Fortune 500 C-level executives, successful entrepreneurs, and other operating professionals. LEC leverages its investors to (1) help companies by accelerating business development introductions to senior-level decision-makers and (2) tap their networks to identify and place board members, advisors, and talent to prospective and active portfolio companies. Lead Edge has invested in leading companies globally such as Alibaba, Amplitude, Asana, Duo Security, Spotify, Toast, and Wise. The firm has offices in both New York, NY and Santa Barbara, CA.The Lead Edge Capital Summer Program offers an internship program to provide young professionals with full exposure to the buy-side, investment space. Summer Interns play an integral part in generating deal flow for the firm and analyzing potential investments directly alongside the Senior Investment Partners and Associates. Successful Interns will have one-on-one conversations with entrepreneurs each year in an effort to find investments for the firm. Once a Summer Intern identifies an opportunity, he/she will become an integral part of the due diligence and evaluation process. The salary for this role is $100k pro-rated over the length of the internship.  

Federal Relations Internship (Washington, DC) at Aflac

Employer: Aflac Expires: 02/29/2024 The LocationWashington, DC The DivisionAflac Federal Relations  The OpportunityAflac Federal Relations Diversity Fellowship in Public AffairsAflac Federal Relations is located in the heart of downtown Washington, DC and is responsible for the federal public policy strategy and government relations activities for Aflac, Inc.The fellowship provides an opportunity for selected fellows to explore public affairs, advocacy, and public policy. As a member of the Aflac Federal Relations team, the fellow will focus on public affairs issues of importance to the company ranging from social justice to financial security and small business policy. Fellows will be exposed to business units across the enterprise and represent the team and company internally and externally providing valuable experience.Fellows will have the opportunity to interact industry trade groups and non-governmental organizations who influence public policy as well as policymakers in the legislative and executive branches.ResponsibilitiesAttend industry and other professional events, policy briefings, and hearings and provide updates.Develop and maintain relationships with key stakeholders in the areas of corporate community engagement and small business and identify best corporate practices and potential opportunities for Aflac engagement.Assist in tracking political sentiment and messaging on issues of importance. Perform research writing projects, and provide insight and recommendations to management.Collect, organize, analyze, and prepare reports for management and develop executive level presentations, as needed, using PowerPoint.Assist with establishing and developing relationships with HBCUs to partner with in fellowship recruitment efforts and other programs.Special projects as assigned by team members in support of current business needs.Continuously develop core business skills through work assignments, peer-to-per coaching and other professional development training, including prioritization, time and project management, interpersonal and networking, verbal and written communication skills. Perform other duties as assigned, including supporting our extensive political affairs and special events efforts.Education and ExperienceBachelor's degree in public affairs, public policy, political science, or related field of study.Aflac Federal Relations welcomes and encourages all qualified candidates to apply for the internship, including those from diverse backgrounds and underrepresented groups. Job Knowledge and Skills1-2 years of work experienceA strong desire to work in advocacy, public policy, or public affairs in Washington, DCDemonstrates acceptance of responsibility, exhibits dependability and an openness to coachingExcellent verbal and written communication skills Strong research, writing, and analytical and problem solving skillsDemonstrated interpersonal skills and commitment to community and social justiceBasic administrative and organizational skillsProficient in PC applications, including Microsoft Office (Outlook, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint) Core CompetenciesActing with IntegrityCommunicating Effectively Pursuing Self-Development Serving Customers Supporting Change Supporting Organizational Goals Working with Diverse Populations 

Industrial Engineer Internship at Tailored Brands, Inc.

Employer: Tailored Brands, Inc. Expires: 12/10/2023 Joseph Abboud Mfg. Corp  Posting date:                    11/10/2023Posting Deadline:        12/10/2023Position Title:                            Industrial/Manufacturing Engineer InternDepartment:                             EngineeringReports to:                                 Yldania CarrascoLocation:                                    New Bedford, MA           GENERAL DESCRIPTION AND RESPONSIBILITIES: This Industrial Engineer intern position will offer the most qualified candidate an exciting opportunity to be a key player in a fast-paced environment of Men’s Tailored clothing manufacturing.  In this position you will accomplish wide range of assignments, apply fundamental industrial engineering principles to create practical solutions to company challenges, maintain the piece work incentive system by continuously identifying opportunities to streamline the workflow and gain efficiencies, provide technical support to integrate functionality within the departments to maximize the use of our resources and increase efficiency.  As a valued contributing team member, you will benefit from the overall success of a company that is “Tailored to Win!” DUTIES:The primary responsibilities of the Industrial Engineer intern will consist of, but are not limited to the following:   Applies principles of industrial engineering and critical thinking to evaluate work methods, proposals and to develop recommendations to management affecting work methods, wage rates, and budget decisions.Develops work measurement procedures and directs time-and-motion studies to promote efficient and economical utilization of personnel and facilities.Recommends revision of methods of operation or material handling, suggestions in equipment layout, or other changes to increase production or improve standards. Directs/conducts observation and analysis of personnel and work procedures to determine time-and-motion requirements of job duties.Assist all other departments in the search of new opportunities to improve and meet department’s requirements more efficiently.Analyze work study data and equipment specifications to establish time, production standards and applies mathematical analysis to determine validity and reliability of sampling and work study statistics.Familiarity and understanding with statistics, ability to analyze data, interpret results and write technical reports.REQUIRED ABILITIES: Obtaining a bachelor’s degree in industrial and manufacturing Engineering or related field, and/or some experience in Industrial engineering environment.The candidate must have an interest in how to make systems more productive.Must possess an outgoing, creative, positive personality who enjoys working with people as assignments often require interaction with shop-floor employees, union representatives, supervisors, and management. Must have the ability to use critical thinking.Significant traits include; sensibility, accuracy, flexibility and logical objectivity.   Strong written and communication skills.Strong math and problem solving skills.Ability to adapt to a changing environment and keep a professional conduct at all times.Must maintain and protect employee’s confidential information.  PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:The engineer intern is required to spend at least 80% of the shift performing duties in the ambient manufacturing environment (no air conditioning).  Time or production studies, for example, can last from 30 minutes to 2 hours or longer.  Normally the engineer is standing and writing while performing these duties in the shop floor.  Long periods of time walking may be required overseeing projects in the production floor. The engineer is required to spend the balance of the shift sitting in an office working at a personal computer. 

2024 Biomedical & Bioinformatics Research Internship and Training Experience at the Knight Cancer Institute at Oregon Health & Science University

Employer: Oregon Health & Science University - School of Medicine Expires: 02/02/2024 Undergraduate interns will immerse themselves in an 8 to 10 week research experience over the summer (June-August), working directly with established mentors in various fields of biomedical research, including, but not limited to, cancer biology, immunology, cell and developmental biology, computational biology, and biomedical engineering. Interns will attend weekly education sessions covering topics from cutting-edge technologies and choice of model system, to career development. As a culminating experience, each intern will prepare and present their research at the final poster session to their peers and members of the Knight Cancer Institute (KCI) and wider OHSU community. View the 2023 program schedule.We offer two start dates to accommodate a range of college academic calendars. The internship program runs from June 10th or June 24th through August 16th, 2024. The B-BRITE Summer Program at the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute offers:An introduction to experimental design and critical thinking.Participation in a guided research project facilitated by an experienced researcher.Direct hands-on experience in cutting edge biological and quantitative cancer research methods.Development of written and oral communication skills.Networking opportunities within a broad community of scientists.Weekly stipend of $500 for the 8 or 10 week program.Limited housing and airfare support is available. EligibilityWe are looking for motivated college undergraduates with a strong interest in a career in biomedical and data sciences and who have completed introductory science courses.This internship program is for motivated college undergraduates who will have completed at least one, preferably two, undergraduate years, but not yet graduated by the start date of the program.Students must be available and present for the duration of the internship. No vacations or breaks may be taken.We are unable to provide VISAs to foreign students. Therefore, we are only able to accept international students who are studying in the U.S. with a valid VISA, depending upon designated school official approval.Oregon Health & Science University values the benefits of having a diverse scientific population. We encourage applications from students who come from backgrounds historically underrepresented in the sciences (African-American, Hispanic, Native Americans and Pacific Islanders), as well as first generation and socioeconomically disadvantaged students and those who are studying at small liberal art colleges.  Prior experience in research is not a prerequisite for applying to the B-BRITE Summer Program. Application:Applications open November 10, 2023. Please have the following documents prepared as we will ask you to upload them as part of your application: Resume/CV (highlight science courses and relevant lab experience, if applicable)Unofficial college transcript(s) from the past 12 months (if selected, official transcripts will be required)A one-page essay explaining your motivation for applying to this internship program and how you expect the experiences gained over the summer to facilitate your preparation for a career in biomedical research (1 page, single-spaced)Additional requirement: At least one and no more than two letters of recommendation from a professor or supervisor who can comment on your potential to be successful working in a laboratory performing basic science research. Your recommender will upload their letter via a separate form.  All applications and materials must be submitted by the deadline of February 1, 2024 by 5:00pm PST; no late applications are accepted. Notifications will be sent out by March 15, 2024. 

2024 CAPAL Public Service Scholarship and Internship Program at Conference on Asian Pacific American Leadership (CAPAL)

Employer: Conference on Asian Pacific American Leadership (CAPAL) Expires: 02/13/2024 The Conference on Asian and Pacific American Leadership (CAPAL) is now accepting applications for the 2024 Public Service Internship and Scholarship Program. This paid program includes weekly leadership seminars, Community Action Projects, and individual mentorship.  CAPAL’s Public Service Internship Program places undergraduate and graduate students within the public sector in the Washington, DC area and throughout the United States. Applicants can apply for internships for Spring 2024, Summer 2024, and Fall 2024. CAPAL’s Public Service Scholarship Program awards scholarships to undergrad and graduate students who will be serving in unpaid, full-time public service internships in the Washington, DC area or throughout the U.S. during the summer.  Applicants can apply for scholarships for Summer 2024 only. Qualified applicants should have a strong academic record and a demonstrated commitment to public service, including service to the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) community. All current students and all majors are welcome to apply. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis with soft deadlines for each term (see below). Applicants can apply at: Deadlines:Spring 2024: Friday, December 15, 2023 | 11:59 pm ETSummer 2024: Monday, February 12, 2024 | 11:59 pm ETFall 2024: Friday, July 12, 2024 | 11:59 pm ET

Spring 2024 Paid Virtual Internship in Commercial Real Estate at Project Destined

Employer: Project Destined Expires: 05/08/2024 Project Destined (featured on CNBC) are excited to announce the launch of their Paid Commercial Real Estate internship and are now taking applications!The 8-week paid, virtual internship program will launch in 35+ U.S. and International markets in Spring 2024. To date, we have partnered with companies including Starwood Property Trust, Goldman Sachs, Greystar, Tishman Speyer, Eastdil Secured, Brookfield Properties, among 250+ others. View our full list of partners here.Interns will spend 6-8 hours each week participating in Real Estate training, an Executive Speaker Series, and live deal pitch competitions modeled after "Shark Tank," in which you have the opportunity to compete against other students from 350+ colleges. There will be opportunities for students to:Join the Project Destined network of over 250+ Global Real Estate Firms throughout the world.Work on live real estate deals with some of their 500+ Corporate Mentors.Earn a stipend of $500 upon program completion.Free access to Financial Modeling Training led by Professionals from New York University (NYU) & Columbia University. Achieve a Financial Modeling Certification upon completion.Supplement your existing internship or academic scheduling.Get access to special bridge programs led by top Real Estate & Investment Management Firms in fields including Corporate Real Estate, Investment Banking, Development, Asset Management & others.Program Dates:To view the upcoming program dates and recruitment timeline, please view the link here.Interested Candidates can apply HERE.Learn More About the Program:Click here to view CNBC’s “Bridging The Gap'' news segment on Project Destined. Follow Project Destined on LinkedIn (Project Destined) and Instagram (@projectdestined) and visit their website.---Select Corporate PartnersBrookfield Properties, JLL, CBRE, Goldman Sachs, Greystar, Trammell Crow Company, Eastdil Secured, U.S. Bank, PGIM Real Estate, Berkadia, Marcus & Millichap, Invesco, CIM Group, Grosvenor, EisnerAmper, Capital One, AEW, ACRES Capital, Beacon Communities, Wells Fargo, Tishman Speyer, Related Companies, and the WNBA.

Green Campus Program - Campus Manager at Tanbii

Employer: Tanbii Expires: 05/08/2024 About Tanbii Green Campus Program:Tanbii is a Web5 application transforming the fight against climate change. We gamify carbon reduction, incentivizing sustainable choices. As a Sustain to Earn & Play to Earn platform, Tanbii connects the real world (Web2) and the virtual world (Web3) to foster a sustainable lifestyle with monetary incentive. As Campus Manager, you'll join us on this empowering journey towards a greener future.Job Title: Campus ManagerJob Description:We are seeking an energetic, dynamic, and committed individual to take on the role of Campus Manager for Tanbii at your respective campus. As a Campus Manager, you will serve as the link between Tanbii and our Reps on campus, helping to spread awareness of Tanbii's mission to combat climate change by gamifying carbon reduction. This role provides a unique leadership opportunity for those eager to make a meaningful difference and who understand their campus's social and cultural dynamics.Responsibilities:Lead, recruit, and train Tanbii Reps in the effective promotion and marketing of Tanbii.Enhance brand visibility through social media, organizing tabling events, and other relevant channels.Educate your peers about sustainable lifestyle choices and the benefits of using the Tanbii app.Brainstorm and implement creative ideas to promote Tanbii and its sustainability initiatives on campus.Develop comprehensive knowledge of Tanbii, acting as a go-to resource for any queries or issues relating to the platform.Dedicate approximately 10-15 hours per week towards fulfilling these responsibilities.Requirements:Enrolled as a full-time high school, college or graduate student.Had Ambassador ExperienceDemonstrable passion for sustainability and contributing to the fight against climate change.Strong leadership and communication skills, with the ability to effectively manage a team.Proven marketing skills, with the capacity to innovate and drive brand engagement.Familiarity with campus dynamics and the ability to leverage social networks to promote Tanbii.Benefits:Competitive monetary bonus and opportunity for full time positions.Exclusive in-app bonuses and special avatar display enhancing your Tanbii experience.Personalized carbon credit champions T-shirt and other Tanbii swag.A certificate demonstrating your significant contribution to reducing the carbon footprint.Career development opportunities such as networking events and mentorship.Invaluable leadership experience in a pioneering tech environment.Enhanced marketing skills with hands-on experience in brand promotion.Invitations to exclusive events and webinars hosted by the Tanbii team.Opportunity to network with like-minded individuals passionate about sustainability.Direct contribution to the global fight against climate change.Recognition and appreciation from our team and the wider community.By joining our team as the Campus Manager, you will gain valuable leadership experience, develop your marketing skills, and contribute meaningfully to the global fight against climate change. Become a part of our mission to create a greener, more sustainable future.

Blog Writing/Marketing Intern at Solaris Renewables

Employer: Solaris Renewables Expires: 02/05/2024 Solaris Renewables is seeking a hybrid or remote, part-time, Marketing & Communications intern to join our solar team during the Spring 2024 season (January-May). The intern will be responsible for posting on social media and drafting blog content under the direction of the Marketing Manager. You'll receive ample mentorship, guidance, and training.Benefits:Paid at $18/hourCollege/school creditTraining and experience in branding, digital marketing, graphic design, web content, social media, copywriting, and solar power/clean energyThe ability to make a positive impact on our planet by working with a local renewable energy companyDuties:Posting on and assisting with content creation for our social media platforms, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YoutubeAssisting with creating and designing printed materials, sales tools, other graphics.Drafting relevant blog posts and landing page content for our website to improve search engine optimization (SEO)Requirements & Preferred Skills:Must be a student or recent grad studying graphic design, marketing, communications, journalism, or related fieldMust be able to commit 15-20 hours per week from January 2024 to May 2024.Ability to commute to our (awesome and fun) office in Danvers, MA on an occasional basis is a plus, but not required.Experience with at least one Adobe Creative Cloud app - Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere - is preferredExperience with Google Apps (Docs, Sheets, Drive), and Canva or any other content generation toolGeneral knowledge of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) best practices is preferred.Content writing/copywriting and blog post best practices.Solaris Renewables is a locally owned and operated solar energy company in Danvers, Massachusetts. Our close-knit team is passionate about sustainability, green living, and spreading clean energy technology across the State. Solaris is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against sex, gender, socio-economic class, sexual orientation, race, or religious affiliation.

2024 Advanced Placement (AP) Reading Internship at ETS/Educational Testing Service

Employer: ETS/Educational Testing Service Expires: 05/07/2024 ETS is offering an exceptional opportunity through an internship in our Scoring & Reporting Operations (S&R Ops) organization. This internship can help you jump-start your career and gain an edge over the competition even before you graduate. By joining ETS, you will have the opportunity to work in an exciting and dynamic environment where your contributions are recognized from day one. ETS’s S&R Ops organization is seeking talented, innovative, and energetic undergraduate students to work on a variety of challenging and interesting projects underway or planned to launch. We are looking for candidates who are mature, responsible, reliable, task- and detail-oriented, and who are good team players who can work under pressure and with minimal supervision. Individuals should be computer savvy and have good communication and interpersonal skills. In May and June, ETS will facilitate the 2024 AP Reading event, during which Readers,either at one of four locations across the country or from their homes, will score student responses for several Advanced Placement (AP) tests online using the ETS Online Network for Evaluation (ONE) scoring application. An intern will be assigned to multiple subjects at one or more Reading sites within the US to assist S&R Ops personnel with operational support tasks required for the online Readings. Training will be provided in May to prepare for the 3-4-week assignment at one or more of the AP Reading sites. There may be opportunities for internship extensions into July after the Reading concludes, depending on the post-reading workload. Daily Task Include: Scheduling AP Readers and Leaders daily in our Rater Management (RM) system monitoring, reporting, and other administrative tasks in ONE (ETS proprietary web application) Reviewing scoring progress reports Supporting time tracking and approval tasks Assisting with system support and helping Readers with basic troubleshooting of computer and telephone equipment/device management Assisting S&R Ops staff with various AP Reading preparation and post-Reading tasks Assisting S&R Ops staff with hosting web meetings (via MS Teams or Zoom)Assisting S&R Ops team in meeting Project Objectives Engaging with the Assessment Development, Constructed Response Systems and capabilities, and Program Operations teams, as necessary. This internship begins with training at an ETS site in New Jersey on Wednesday, May 15, 2024, through Friday, May 24, 2024 (excluding the weekend). The internship continues through Friday, June 28th, and involves travel with a team of ETS employees to one or more AP Reading sites starting May 25, 2024. While at the Reading sites, interns work seven days per week, including holidays and weekends, for the duration of the Reading event. The working day may extend beyond 8 hours. All travel expenses (housing, food, transportation) are paid by ETS. There may be some opportunities to work from the NJ office for the duration of the internship, but travel should be expected for all interns. Experience and Skills Competencies/Skills Needed:Must be 18 years+ Some college and prior work experience (not necessarily related) Some experience with and/or interest in computers/technology Some familiarity with online systems preferred Good communication (oral, written) and interpersonal skills Experience with basic functions of Excel, Word, Collaborative Tools (i.e. MS Teams, Zoom) Ability to engage with AP Readers and Leaders (College professors /high school teachers) in a professional, effective manner Must be willing to travel for up to 3 weeks to one or more AP Reading sites in Cincinnati, Ohio Kansas City, Missouri Salt Lake City, Utah Tampa, Florida  ETS is an Equal Opportunity Employer comprised of people with different experiences, strengths, and backgrounds who share a passion for advancing quality and equity in education. We are dedicated to building teams that reflect the various backgrounds, experiences, and identities of those we serve. The Talent Acquisition team strives to ensure candidates enjoy a fair and equitable hiring process. We believe our differences empower us to be a better team, making better decisions and delivering better results.

2024 Ida Lawrence Research Summer Internship Program at ETS/Educational Testing Service

Employer: ETS/Educational Testing Service Expires: 02/01/2024 If you are a creative and innovative individual who wants to help shape the future of learning and assessment, we encourage you to apply for the 2024 Summer Research Internship program. Your application will be considered for both Research-sponsored internships and externally-funded intern positions—both of which involve working on a research project with ETS researchers. The ETS Research division conducts rigorous foundational and applied research on the most critical issues facing education and the workforce. Central to ETS's legacy of global leadership in learning and assessment, ETS Research is dedicated to advancing the science and practice of measurement, driving innovation in digital assessment, learning and teaching, and advancing equity of opportunity for all learners.As an Intern in Research, you'll work with experts who are nationally and internationally known as thought leaders, trusted advisors, and go-to collaborators for their high-impact work addressing significant educational and societal goals.If you're accepted into the program, you'll collaborate with researchers on projects related to foundational and innovative topics in education. Upon the completion of the program, you'll have the opportunity to present your findings to teams across Research.Tasks:You’ll perform any number of tasks associated with a research project, such as:developing a research plan to address a critical issue and executing the planperforming a literature review?and developing new frameworkslearning specialized procedures or software, if requiredworking with dataconducting various psychometric and statistical analyses?with real or simulated datapreparing a conference proposaldrafting a research report and documenting research instrumentspresenting your findings to teams across ResearchSelectionThe main criteria for selection will be scholarship and the match of applicant interests and experience with the research projects. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered.We value team members who bring a diversity of interests and experiences to Research. We strongly encourage students from underrepresented groups and backgrounds to apply.Experience and Skills How to Apply:Applying to the Research Internship is a two-step process:Step 1:  Submit a preliminary applicationStep 2: After successfully completing the preliminary application, you will receive an email from inviting you to provide additional documents needed for a complete application. These Materials include:A copy of your curriculum vitae (preferably as a PDF).A copy of your graduate transcripts (unofficial copies are acceptable).Written statements on up to two research programs (titled below) about your interest in the program(s) and how your experience aligns with the program(s)A recommendation form to share with your recommenders.Experience and SkillsCurrent full-time enrollment in a relevant doctoral programCompletion of at least 2 years of coursework toward the doctorate prior to the internship program start dateDoctoral students who have completed at least 2 years in one of these areas or a related field are encouraged to apply·       AI/Machine learning ·       Assessment, measurement, psychometrics, psychometric modeling ·       Cognitive or learning sciences ·       Education ·       Linguistics and applied linguistics ·       Process data and analysis  ·       Psychology ·       Qualitative research methods ·       Statistics and data science, computational statistics ·       User experience/User interface ·       Workforce   Program descriptionsIntern research projects will be aligned with one of the 11 research programs titled below.1. Inventing a New Paradigm for Personalized Assessment in the Service of Equity2. Assessment of Complex Skills3. Innovations in Literacy and Communication Assessments4. Innovations in Interactive Digital Assessments in STEM5. Validity, Fairness and Ethics in AI6. Getting More from Large Scale Assessments (LSAs)7. Understanding Teaching Pathways8. Postsecondary Admissions9. Languages Research10. Global Higher Education and Workskills Research11. K-12 Research Internship details and dates Deadline - The application deadline is February 1st, 2024Decisions - You'll be notified of selection decisions by March 31st, 2024Duration - Eight weeks: June 3rd, 2024 - July 26th, 2024Location - Hybrid - You will be on campus in Princeton, NJ, for the first two weeks of the internship program. The remaining six weeks of the internship will be remoteCompensationThe full compensation package includes a competitive intern stipend and housing/transportation while on campus.Stiped - 10,000For the on-campus portion of the internship, housing is provided if you're commuting more than 50 miles from the Princeton area.Transportation allowance is granted if you're relocating to and from the Princeton area (For the on-campus portion of the internship)ETS is mission-driven and action-orientedDiversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging is at the forefront of the ETS employee's daily work. To further foster an inclusive environment ETS is home to a wide variety of Affinity groups that celebrate the diversity of our talented employees.How about cultivating growth, innovation, and continuous transformation for the next generation of rising professionals as leaders? ETS offers multiple Business Resource Groups (BRG) for you!Are you passionate about volunteering and being active in your career and community? ETS offers our Center for Advocacy & Philanthropy (CAAP) where we encourage ETS employees to become active volunteers in their communities and schools through the ETS Cares Giving Campaign. Our employees can support any 501c3 or eligible charity of their choice.

2024 SUMMER SCULPTURE RESIDENT INTERNSHIPS at The Carving Studio & Sculpture Center

Employer: The Carving Studio & Sculpture Center Expires: 03/15/2024 Students are invited to apply for a summer resident internship with the Carving Studio and Sculpture Center, West Rutland, Vermont, during the 2024 workshop season. Studio interns become part of our dynamic arts education community and enhance their learning experience. Interns benefit from interactions with instructors and participants in up to 35 workshop sessions, as well as diverse Artists in Residence from around the world. Resident Interns are on duty for 28 hours per week and receive a stipend, lodging and some meals.QUALIFICATIONS: Serious students of the fine arts, working towards bachelors' degree, good interpersonal skills, hardworking and willing to pitch in as part of a team to assist with the range of tasks needed to run a non-profit sculpture education center including assistance with workshop participants, instructors, artists in residence, visitors, as well as grounds and tool maintenance.APPLICATION PROCEDURE: To apply, please send a resume or brief biography, up to 10 images of recent work and a letter stating how this experience may influence your development as an artist. Be sure to include the dates that you are available (June-August). Applications may be emailed to or to the Carving Studio & Sculpture Center, P.O. Box 495, West Rutland, VT 05777. Deadline is March 15, 2024. For more information, please contact us at or (802) 438-2097.

Reliance Matrix 2024 Summer Internship Program at Reliance Matrix

Employer: Reliance Matrix Expires: 05/03/2024  Our summer Intern Program is a ten-week practical experience that offers you an opportunity to gain knowledge about Reliance Matrix's business, mission, and culture. The Internship program is designed to provide participants an experience in an extremely dynamic environment through collaboration and interaction with senior leadership, managers, cross-functional teams, and other interns. Outside of your specific ‘department focus’ for the internship, you will learn soft skills to help you succeed no matter which career path you take.  Sample Areas for Intern Assignments:UnderwritingMarketingSalesFinanceHRClaimsOperationsAnd more...! Program Benefits:Hybrid Office/Remote Work SchedulePaid Internship OpportunityOpportunity to discuss full-time employment after graduation for top performersTargeted business training for successful professional skills Internship Requirements: Student pursuing at least a Bachelor's degreeStrong GPAExcellent Verbal and written communication skillsWork, community involvement, or voluntary experience (Insurance industry experience a plus)A solid work ethic, positive attitude and desire to succeedMotivation to gain experience in the insurance industry

Accounting Fellowship at American Near East Refugee Aid

Employer: American Near East Refugee Aid Expires: 05/02/2024 Overview: Since 1968, Anera has helped refugees and others hurt by conflicts in Palestine, Lebanon and Jordan live with purpose and hope. Anera, which has no political or religious affiliation and works on the ground with partners in Palestine (West Bank and Gaza), Lebanon and Jordan. We mobilize resources for immediate emergency relief and for sustainable, long-term health, education, and economic development. Our staff serve in their communities, navigating the politics that constrict progress to get help where it’s needed most.   Anera’s Nonprofit Accounting Fellowship offers a unique opportunity for graduate students passionate about finance and accounting to gain valuable experience in the nonprofit sector. As a fellow, you will work closely with our dedicated Staff Accountant and Director of Accounting to support the financial operations of our organization. Over the course of this year-long fellowship, you can expect to engage in a range of responsibilities, from reconciling general ledger accounts to assisting with grant management and financial reporting.  This fellowship is designed to provide hands-on experience, mentorship, and exposure to the specific challenges and opportunities in nonprofit accounting. Along with finance mentoring we also offer interview preparation, resume and cover review, and personalized support throughout the fellowship. If you are eager to contribute to a mission-driven organization while developing your accounting skills, we encourage you to apply and become a vital part of our financial team. We are accepting applications from current and recent graduate students located in the following states: D.C, VA, MD, RI, NC, SC, GA, FL, MS, TX, MA, and NY. The fellow can expect to work 20-hours per week on a remote-work schedule with an hourly pay rate of $20/hour.  Fellowship Responsibilities:  Design and develop fundraising reports and extract data for analytical and reconciliation purposes Assist with educating fundraising staff on management of donor data to ensure completeness and integrity of data Identify any discrepancies between the fundraising sources and accounting system (Every Action, CRM). Research and identify root causes and communicate discrepancies to fundraising staff for resolution.  Coordinate US Office Payable Transactions:Your role will assist Staff Accountant with the processing of all payable transactions. This includes handling invoices and payments to guarantee their accuracy, proper documentation, and approval, helping to maintain our financial stability and vendor relationships.Assist Staff Accountant with US office payable transactions including processing all invoices and payments ensuring accuracy, proper documentation, and approvalAssist with business compliance filings such as 1099sAssist with collecting all credit card reports from employees, reviewing support documentation, and entering expenses into accounting system on a monthly basisServe as a point of contact for questions about invoices  Assist with Gathering Restricted Grant/Donation Documentation: You will actively support the collection of documentation related to restricted grants and donations. This task ensures compliance with grant terms and conditions and helps safeguard our organization's funding sources.Assist with gathering restricted grant/donation documentation from the fundraising department.Assist with budget entry (administrative and project) into the accounting systemCreate activity codes for approved projectsAssist in sending out periodic emails and reminders for financial reporting deadlines and deliverables Assist with Budget Entry into the Accounting System: You will play a pivotal role in the budgeting process by entering budget data into our accounting system. This task helps in the allocation of financial resources to various projects and programs, ensuring that our financial planning aligns with our organizational goals.Assist with bi-monthly payroll preparation Assist with coordinating HSA and retirement withholdingsCoordinate with Staff Accountant to ensure employee accuracy in payroll system   Assisting with Annual Audit Preparation: You will actively participate in the preparation for our annual financial audit. This involves gathering necessary documentation, ensuring financial records are in order, and assisting auditors during the audit process, contributing to our organization's financial transparency and compliance.  Reconcile General Ledger Accounts: As a Nonprofit Accounting Fellow, you will help ensure the accuracy and integrity of our financial records by reconciling general ledger accounts. This involves comparing and verifying financial transactions to the ledger to identify and rectify discrepancies, providing a clear and transparent financial picture for our organization. Process and Reconcile Cash Receipts: You will assist with the recording of all cash receipts in our general ledger system. This includes reconciling cash transactions to ensure consistency and accuracy in our financial records. Your attention to detail in this role is crucial to maintain the financial health of the organization. Assist in Sending out Periodic Emails and Reminders for Financial Reporting Deadlines and Deliverables: Part of your role involves facilitating effective communication within the finance team. You will assist in sending out reminders and notifications to team members and stakeholders to meet financial reporting deadlines and deliverables, promoting efficiency and accountability. Qualifications: Current or recent graduate student in business, finance, accounting or related fieldAble to work 20-hours per week on a consistent basis At least 1 year of relevant financial experience (previous internship experience included)Intermediate experience with Google Sheets and/or Excel requiredDemonstrated knowledge of accounting principles Experience with Sage Intaact, Abila MIP or equivalent preferred Ability to work remote from one of the following states we are registered in: D.C, VA, MD, CO, MN, RI, NC, SC, GA, FL, MS, TX, MA, and NY.

Intern, Exterior Design, Summer 2024 at Lucid Motors

Employer: Lucid Motors Expires: 05/01/2024 We are currently seeking an Exterior Design Intern who demonstrates strong conceptual thinking and can communicate through illustration and presentation imagery. They would have a clear understanding of the design process from sketch development through to the final model and be proactive, able to interact with the various members of the design team to gain experience and develop design and leadership abilities. Role/Responsibilities:Create conceptual design proposals with strong visual communication skillsDevelop exterior designsCollaborate with cross-functional teams: engineering, manufacturing, purchasing, craftsmanship, and suppliers to execute design intent into productionCollaborate with the Interior & CMF design team to develop future luxury experience conceptsPreferred Qualifications:  Design school enrollment, ideally specializing in automotiveGood visual communication and presentation skillsExperience with design concepts and production of modelsForward, innovative thinkingUnderstanding of premium and luxury spaceClarity and calm approach within a fast-paced environmentAble to manage tight deadlines and extraordinary challengesProfessional, motivated, and proactive working attitudeGood understanding of the design process from conceptual ideas to production developmentAbility to use relevant software: 2D and 3DField(s) of study: Transportation Design, Product Design, or related fieldsWill consider undergrads Junior level or above Pursuing Bachelor’s or master's degree Proof of enrollment in current or into next program (MS, PhD)Program Information: Timing: May-August, or June-September pending class schedules.Duration of Internship: Our internship program is 12 weeks; the end date is flexible based on individual needs.Work Location & Environment:   This position will be in Newark, CA, and is fully in-person.  The working environment will be a mix of lab & office work.Compensation: Student compensation is based on location and current degree level, non-negotiable.Visa Sponsorship: Lucid may but is not obligated to sponsor foreign national employees requiring company sponsorship for U.S. employment authorization.Relocation: One round trip flight to the assigned work location from/to permanent residence.Housing/Transportation: You must provide your own living arrangements and transportation in the local area.Background Check: All offers of employment are contingent on clearing a background check.Drug Screening: All offers of employment are contingent on passing a drug screen.Medical benefits: Dental and vision on day 1 for all interns working 32+ hours a week; medical for interns in California working 32+ hours a week.The hourly range for internships specific to the location is $28/hr-$68/hr and is the range Lucid reasonably and in good faith expects to pay for the position taking into account: degree level and job-specific domain. You may be eligible for additional compensation as well as access to our medical, dental, and vision programs. 

Intern, Design Studio, Summer 2024 at Lucid Motors

Employer: Lucid Motors Expires: 05/01/2024 We are currently seeking a Design Studio Intern. This position requires a creative individual with a basic understanding of design. As well as a passion for working on EVs. Our ideal candidate exhibits a can-do attitude and approaches his or her work with vigor and determination. Candidates will be expected to demonstrate excellence in their respective fields, to possess the ability to learn quickly and to strive for perfection within a fast-paced environment. Role/Responsibilities:Learning new skills and processes within an automotive design environmentWork alongside the innovative design teamContribute to the automotive design process including clay modeling, hard modeling, digitizing, clay milling, and more.Preferred Qualifications: Holds a good line of communication and is an active listenerHaving a good eye for detailPossesses a high level of patienceInterested in designing productsEnjoy working with your hands and are not afraid to get your hands dirtyField(s) of study: Design, Product Design, Industrial Design, Automotive Design or related fieldsWill consider undergrads Junior level or above Pursuing Bachelor’s or master's degree Proof of enrollment in current or into next program (MS, PhD)Nice to have: Relevant coursework in design or product designProgram Information:Timing: May-August, or June-September pending class schedules.Duration of Internship: Our internship program is 12 weeks; the end date is flexible based on individual needs.Work Location & Environment:   This position will be in Newark, CA, and is fully in-person.  The working environment will be a mix of lab & office work.Compensation: Student compensation is based on location and current degree level, non-negotiable.Visa Sponsorship: Lucid may but is not obligated to sponsor foreign national employees requiring company sponsorship for U.S. employment authorization.Relocation: One round trip flight to the assigned work location from/to permanent residence.Housing/Transportation: You must provide your own living arrangements and transportation in the local area.Background Check: All offers of employment are contingent on clearing a background check.Drug Screening: All offers of employment are contingent on passing a drug screen.Medical benefits: Dental and vision on day 1 for all interns working 32+ hours a week; medical for interns in California working 32+ hours a week.The hourly range for internships specific to the location is $28/hr-$68/hr and is the range Lucid reasonably and in good faith expects to pay for the position taking into account: degree level and job-specific domain. You may be eligible for additional compensation as well as access to our medical, dental, and vision programs. 

The FAO Schwarz Fellow at The Clay Studio ​ at The Clay Studio

Employer: The Clay Studio Expires: 02/05/2024 About the Fellowship PositionThe Fellow will work with the Claymobile program as an assistant teacher for their direct service work and work closely with the Teaching Artists and Community Engagement Manager on developing the curriculum through the lens of social-emotional learning.This may require restructuring elements of the current Claymobile curriculum to emphasize Social and Emotional Learning to make these concepts and methods more accessible to our partners and encourage greater participation. This will necessitate careful observation and close collaboration with Claymobile teaching artists and other programs around the city.The Fellowship program provides opportunities for new college graduates interested in social impact careers to be part of organizations that are deeply committed to social justice and equity. Through direct service and leadership challenges, professional development and mentoring, Fellows gain first-hand experience leading change and learn how effective nonprofits create lasting and measurable progress.Direct ServiceWorking with the Claymobile program as an assistant teacher in year one and a lead teacher in year two will provide the Fellow with the necessary experiences to inform their special project work with the Claymobile curriculum.As a member of the Claymobile Team the Fellow will:Serve as a Teaching Assistant for Claymobile Team - including After-School.Help prep projects and lessons at The Clay Studio with other team members and help set up and break down at each partner site.Assist the Teaching Artist throughout the lesson by working one-on-one with students to ensure they understand the project, helping with specific tasks of the lesson, addressing process questions, and passing out supplies. The Lead Teacher will ensure that the Fellow understands and can accomplish all aspects of the lesson.Grow in terms of capabilities and confidence to serve as a Lead Teacher during second year of the Fellowship. Special ProjectThe concept of the special project is to have a dedicated individual to structure the current Claymobile curriculum so that Social and Emotional Learning is highlighted and easily accessible. This involves collaboration with the Teaching Artist team and Community Engagement Manager, along with observations and learning from other programs and peer organizations in the city. Organizing this information in a way that is most useful for the Claymobile teaching staff, area teachers, and the larger Clay community.The second part of the project is to develop ways to inform the community regarding the resource and build (with other staff) ways to utilize the information for onboarding and training new Clay Studio staff and teachers.​​Research Social and Emotional Learning (SEL), Head Start Standards and National Core Art Standards to gain a core, academic understanding of developmental stages and SEL.Build understanding and knowledge of the CASEL framework of Social and Emotional Learning through observations at peer organizations, traditional education setting, and with fellow Claymobile instructors in order to evaluate current Claymobile lessons for these competencies.Observe the teaching artists at sites and learn and observe peer organizations around the city.Work with Claymobile peers and Community Engagement Manager to organize, refine, and broaden access to our current Claymobile curriculum.Create an information campaign for area teachers, community partners, and the clay community, highlighting the information and tools available through The Clay Studio.Assist the Community Engagement Manager in the planning and delivery of the annual Teacher Open House and Claymobile Staff Training.Work with TCS Staff to build and implement an onboarding program – like a training session – that highlights Social and Emotional Learning so our internal community is working from a unified framework.How to ApplyApplicants must be college seniors at accredited four-year colleges or universities at the time of application and be eligible to work in the United States for the duration of the two-year Fellowship.The deadline to apply is February 5, 2024 at 9:00 pm ET. Host organizations will select applicants for interviews and make their decisions by the end of April 2024. Fellowships begin in the summer of 2024. 

MAGEC Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Employer: Vanderbilt University Medical Center Expires: 04/02/2024 Begin building your career in cancer research with Vanderbilt University Medical Center in America’s Music City today!We’re looking for post docs interested in the Molecular and Genetic Epidemiology of Cancer (MAGEC). The MAGEC program is supported by a T32 training grant from the NIH and offers everything you need to launch an independent career in research: -Full time, paid research position with benefits at one of the top 5 medical schools in the United States-Travel stipend to attend conferences and learn from top researchers while expanding your network-Dedicated, experienced mentors from a pool of well-funded faculty experts who will personally guide you in your research and career-Hands on training in dry and wet laboratory methods, grant applications, and manuscript publication -Vast resources, including access to multiple cohort studies, hundreds of thousands of biological samples, data from over 2.5 million electronic medical charts, and cutting-edge equipment-Program participants have an exceptional record obtaining K99R00 grants and employment in academic, government, and industry fields

PCA Engineering Intern/Co-op - International Falls, MN at Packaging Corporation of America

Employer: Packaging Corporation of America - International Falls Expires: 05/01/2024 As a Fortune 500 company, Packaging Corporation of America (PCA) is an ideas and solutions company.  Our corrugated packaging business seeks to be the leader in helping our customers — large and small — package, transport and display products of all kinds.  Our white paper business delivers Paper With Purpose by providing the highest level of customer service and operational excellence.  We have approximately 15,000 team members in more than 100 locations in the United States that strive to meet the local needs of our customers.  Our mission is to serve the needs of our customers, today and tomorrow, with products and services that exceed expectations for performance and environmental responsibility. People • Customers • TrustWe are seeking applicants for our Co-op Engineering positions in our International Falls, MN Paper Mill. The International Falls facility is a White Paper Mill owned by Packaging Corporation of America. Seeking Juniors and Seniors for:Chemical Engineering Co-opMechanical Engineering Co-opEnvironmental Engineering Co-opElectrical Engineering Co-opProcess Control Engineering Co-opQuality Engineering Co-op Basic Qualifications:Working towards bachelor’s degree in Chemical, Environmental, Biosystems, Quality, Mechanical, or Electrical Engineering required.Experience using Microsoft Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word, Auto Cad, and Project.40 hours per week, required to work overtime as needed.   Knowledge-Skills-Abilities:Must be able to work well under pressure and within time constraints, multi-task,and build sound relationships with both internal and external customers.Must exhibit excellent communication, analytical, organizational, and computer skills.Must be capable of independently making sound decisions through creative problem-solving.Must be capable of working with ambiguity and change. PCA provides a competitive comprehensive benefits package. All qualified applicants must apply at to be considered.PCA is an Equal Opportunity Employer – Veterans/Disabled and other protected categories.

Field Applications Engineer Summer Intern (Morrisville, NC) at Renesas Electronics America

Employer: Renesas Electronics America Expires: 04/27/2024 Renesas is one of the top global semiconductor companies in the world. We strive to develop a safer, healthier, greener, and smarter world, and our goal is to make every endpoint intelligent by offering product solutions in the automotive, industrial, infrastructure and IoT markets. Our robust product portfolio includes world-leading MCUs, SoCs, analog and power products, plus Winning Combination solutions that curate these complementary products. We are a key supplier to the world’s leading manufacturers of the electronics you rely on every day; you may not see our products, but they are all around you. Renesas employs roughly 21,000 people in more than 30 countries worldwide. As a global team, our employees actively embody the Renesas Culture, our guiding principles based on five key elements: Transparent, Agile, Global, Innovative, and Entrepreneurial. Renesas believes in, and has a commitment to, diversity and inclusion, with initiatives and a leadership team dedicated to its resources and values. At Renesas, we want to build a sustainable future where technology helps make our lives easier. Join us and build your future by being part of what’s next in electronics and the world. Field Applications Engineer – InternRenesas Electronics Americas (REA) is a dynamic, multi-cultural tech company where employees can learn, mentor, and thrive. REA brings together the strong financial foundation of a multi-billion-dollar global operation and the flexibility and velocity of a smaller organization. We are developing technologies for the latest advances in mobile computing, secured connected devices, autonomous driving, smart homes and factories and more. Our solutions are at the heart of products developed by the major innovators around the world. Join us and be part of what’s next in electronics. For more information about Renesas, please visit is an Intern position for a qualified individual to work in Renesas’ Sales Organization under a senior level Field Applications Engineer. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIESExtensive hands-on supporting the local lab will be requiredEfforts will be focused on understanding and demonstrating Renesas’ value proposition and solving technical concerns in order to ensure that the customer uses Renesas products.Assist with the development of customer designsRecommend solutions from RenesasPerform technical reviewsProvide analysis and troubleshooting effortsConduct Renesas new product evaluations.Product characterizationDesign simulationsCompetitive analysis.As the engineer gains knowledge, skill and experience, the role will evolve to take on additional responsibility of a Field Applications Engineer.QUALIFICATIONSPursuit of a Bachelor’s degree or higher in Electrical Engineering (or similar)Knowledge of the semiconductor industry is a plus.Excellent interpersonal skills are mandatory, as customer interface is a significant aspect of the job.Must be able to generate and deliver clear and concise presentations Renesas Electronics America is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer, committed to celebrating diversity and fostering a work environment free of discrimination on the basis of sex, race, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, sexual orientation, military status, veteran status, or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law.

Experience Design Intern, Future of Work at HP Inc.

Employer: HP Inc. - HP Personal Systems Expires: 04/27/2024 The Future of Work TeamHP Inc. is comprised of Print and Personal Systems. The Future of Work team is on the Personal Systems side of the business in the Commercial PC Organization with team members located across the U.S. in Palo Alto, Boise, and Houston. Our team is focused on insights to innovation, the earliest stages of the product lifecycle. We uncover pain points and apply design-thinking frameworks to pioneer new concepts, business models, and market opportunities where HP has the right to play—and win.We are researchers. We lead qualitative interviews with curiosity, observing with an open mind to understand deeply and build empathy. Augmenting our findings with reports from some of the best-known names in research provides a holistic view of the market.We are analysts. Data-driven decision making and business case development are critical. We validate our findings through quantitative studies and amplify recommendations with strategic analyses of the competitive landscape.We are storytellers. We craft engaging narratives, bringing the user journey to life, to influence product roadmaps both within Personal Systems and across HP, providing answers to both “why?” and “how?”We are entrepreneurs. We do what it takes to break new ground and solve problems with agility in a fast-moving culture, keeping the customer at the center of all the experiences we create.Today, projects cover a broad scope of topics, including hybrid work, sustainability, and artificial intelligence. Your RoleParticipate in user research analysis uncovering insights from interviews, surveys, and observations.Research macro trends and global drivers shaping the future of work.Collaborate with team members to ideate and generate creative ideas and new solutions that address the identified needs.Apply design thinking methodologies to understand user needs, generate insights, and develop innovative solutions. Support in the planning and facilitation of workshops and co-creation sessions.Create storyboards, sketches and/or prototypes to visualize concepts for testing and iteration.Support in the creation of presentations to articulate the different findings and design concepts.Generate assets to document the different concepts in preparation for testing and creation of proofs of concept.YouGraduate in Design, Marketing, Human-Computer Interaction, or a related field.Have experience applying design thinking methodologies and tools to solve problems.Strong interest in the Future of Work and a passion for creating innovative solutions. Interest in Futures Thinking and Strategic Foresight is a plus.Knowledgeable about using digital tools to represent concepts: Adobe Creative Suite, Figma, Generative AI tools, etc.Excellent communication and teamwork skills.Curiosity, ability to think critically, solve problems.Comfortable navigating uncertainty and complex challenges.An eagerness to learn and a proactive, self-driven attitude.


Employer: Healthsperien, LLC Expires: 04/26/2024 How to ApplyApplication requirements: Resume and cover letter (with desired hours), & at least one professional reference.Submit application materials and any additional relevant information via email to Healthsperien Intern Coordinator Meg Wallace ( Applications that do not contain the required materials will not be considered. Roles & ResponsibilitiesSupport the execution of communication plans for our Partnership and Healthsperien clients, including:  Scheduling and posting social media (Instagram, X, LinkedIn)Tracking media for specific focus topicsDeveloping media and influencer listsFormatting presentations (PowerPoint)Formatting and scheduling e-mail blast communication (MailChimp)Developing meeting minutesUpdating websites (Squarespace, Wix, WordPress)Video editingContribute to the development of communication products, including:  Social media content (graphics, video, and captions)Website content (graphics and copy)One pager layoutE-mail Communication (graphics and copy)kits (social media content and graphics)Support of in-person and virtual events including:  Webinar support (Zoom)Virtual event platform set up and supportEvent announcements and communicationVendor coordinationSpeaker prep communicationOther job-related tasks Required QualificationsMust be actively enrolled as undergraduate or graduate student in any of the following programs: Communications, Advertising and Marketing, Broadcasting, Electronic/Digital Media Comms, Public Relations.If you are enrolled in a program not included in the above list but would like to be considered, please include a statement as to why your experience or coursework would be relevant to this role.Excellent written and verbal communications skills;Strong interpersonal and relationship-building skills.Self-managed with proven skills, initiative, and time management to prioritize work & deliver results.Excellent organizational skills with the ability to multi-task and juggle multiple activities and priorities with tight deadlines.Professional demeanor and presence, including the ability to handle confidential information.Enjoys working as part of a mission-dedicated team Position InformationCompetitive hourly compensation~20 hours per week

Specialty Sales Intern at Cencora

Employer: Cencora Expires: 04/26/2024 Are you a talented and driven graduate school student seeking an internship with a global Fortune 11 healthcare company? At Cencora, we are looking for individuals with an inclusive mindset and a passion for making a difference in human and animal health.  Our 10-week paid internship program has been developed to provide students with hands-on experience to learn more about the Healthcare industry and the impact to human and animal health.  This internship program will provide you with professional development, networking and volunteer opportunities.  You will learn about the Guiding Principles of our culture but most importantly, have the opportunity to become a key contributor in the future talent pipeline of Cencora.  Start Date: June 3, 2024End Date: August 9. 2024 Location: Remote (Michigan) As a Specialty Sales Intern at Cencora, you will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience and make a meaningful impact in the animal health industry. This internship is designed to provide you with exposure to various aspects of specialty sales within the organization. You will work closely with the sales team, supporting their efforts to promote and sell animal health products and services. Key Responsibilities:Assist the sales team in developing and implementing strategies to increase product awareness and generate sales leads.Conduct market research and analysis to identify potential customers, competitors, and market trends.Collaborate with cross-functional teams, such as marketing and customer service, to ensure effective communication and alignment of sales activities. Support the preparation of sales presentations, proposals, and contracts for prospective clients.Contribute to the development of sales collateral, including brochures, product catalogs, and promotional materials.Attend meetings with clients alongside experienced sales representatives to observe their selling techniques and learn about customer needs. Maintain accurate records of sales activities, customer interactions, and market data using CRM (Customer Relationship Management) software.Shadow experienced professionals in the field to gain insights into successful selling practices in the animal health industry.Stay updated on industry news, regulations, and advancements in animal health products/services. What your background should look like  EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:Currently enrolled in undergraduate school with an upcoming completion of a bachelor’s degree. Must be able to work up to 40 hours per week while completing degree. MINIMUM SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY REQUIREMENTS:Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writingGood project management skillsStrong interpersonal, teamwork, and leadership skillsGood analytical, conceptual and problem solving skills to evaluate business problems and apply knowledge to identify appropriate solutionsMust be eager to learn, self-motivated, flexible, accountable and can effectively handle multiple tasks at one timeExcellent organizational and time-management skillsKnowledge of computers to operative effectively with PowerPoint presentations, Excel spreadsheets, and Microsoft Outlook 

Specialty Sales Intern at Cencora

Employer: Cencora Expires: 04/26/2024 Are you a talented and driven graduate school student seeking an internship with a global Fortune 11 healthcare company? At Cencora, we are looking for individuals with an inclusive mindset and a passion for making a difference in human and animal health.  Our 10-week paid internship program has been developed to provide students with hands-on experience to learn more about the Healthcare industry and the impact to human and animal health.  This internship program will provide you with professional development, networking and volunteer opportunities.  You will learn about the Guiding Principles of our culture but most importantly, have the opportunity to become a key contributor in the future talent pipeline of Cencora.  Start Date: June 3, 2024End Date: August 9. 2024 Location: Remote (New York or New Jersey) As a Specialty Sales Intern at Cencora, you will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience and make a meaningful impact in the animal health industry. This internship is designed to provide you with exposure to various aspects of specialty sales within the organization. You will work closely with the sales team, supporting their efforts to promote and sell animal health products and services. Key Responsibilities:Assist the sales team in developing and implementing strategies to increase product awareness and generate sales leads.Conduct market research and analysis to identify potential customers, competitors, and market trends.Collaborate with cross-functional teams, such as marketing and customer service, to ensure effective communication and alignment of sales activities. Support the preparation of sales presentations, proposals, and contracts for prospective clients.Contribute to the development of sales collateral, including brochures, product catalogs, and promotional materials.Attend meetings with clients alongside experienced sales representatives to observe their selling techniques and learn about customer needs. Maintain accurate records of sales activities, customer interactions, and market data using CRM (Customer Relationship Management) software.Shadow experienced professionals in the field to gain insights into successful selling practices in the animal health industry.Stay updated on industry news, regulations, and advancements in animal health products/services. What your background should look like  EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:Currently enrolled in undergraduate school with an upcoming completion of a bachelor’s degree. Must be able to work up to 40 hours per week while completing degree. MINIMUM SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY REQUIREMENTS:Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writingGood project management skillsStrong interpersonal, teamwork, and leadership skillsGood analytical, conceptual and problem solving skills to evaluate business problems and apply knowledge to identify appropriate solutionsMust be eager to learn, self-motivated, flexible, accountable and can effectively handle multiple tasks at one timeExcellent organizational and time-management skillsKnowledge of computers to operative effectively with PowerPoint presentations, Excel spreadsheets, and Microsoft Outlook Cencora is committed to fostering a global workplace that values all cultural, experiential and philosophical differences; creates pathways for every team member to thrive; makes a positive impact on communities through equitable access to healthcare; and is transparent and accountable for progress. Cencora focuses on driving an inspiring an inclusive culture. We challenge our people to lead fulfilling lives both in and outside of work.

2023-2024 CNE Business & Commercial Intern - Carbon Offsets & Emerging Technology at Chevron

Employer: Chevron Expires: 04/10/2024 CNE Carbon Offsets & Emerging Technology Intern Job Description:Performs work for the Chevron New Energies organization to which these students or recent graduates are assigned. Supports clients/customers and assists with projects under regular supervision. Has a general knowledge of the work and industry.  Intern Analyst – Strategy & Market Insights, Offsets & Emerging: The Analyst will support a range of analyses related to customer and market trends for Offsets and for Emerging Lower Carbon Power Technologies in Chevron New Energies.  Working with the Strategy & Market Insights team and the Offsets and Emerging commercial teams, the Analyst will contribute to assignments focused on in-depth research of offsets and emerging markets developments, such as customer/stakeholder mapping, tracking market trends, assessing supply/demand dynamics, pricing updates, and evolving regulatory/policy drivers. Supports strategic thinking and work products that contribute to the development of commercial strategies with some contributions to commercial work, such as offset or emerging project investment due diligence. Brings a basic understanding of and appetite to learn about new energies and desire to work in a dynamic, agile business environment.   Preferred Qualifications:Candidates pursuing business or engineering degree with experience in energy transition or carbon markets.  Internship will be based in either Houston, TX or San Ramon, CA offices.  Required Qualifications:Students pursuing a bachelor's degree in the following areas:EngineeringSalesFinanceManagementMarketingSupply Chain Management or related majors Preferred Qualifications:Strong desire to pursue a career in business development/ commercial functionsStrong interest in renewable fuels, hydrogen, carbon capture, carbon offsets and other emerging technologiesSelf-starter with aptitude and interest in daily interactions with stakeholdersDemonstrate creativity, initiative, adaptability, and collaboration skillsUnderstand the importance and demonstrate diversity awarenessExhibit leadership potential and maturity  EMPLOYMENT SPONSORSHIP:Chevron regrets that it is unable to sponsor employment visas for this position. To be considered for this position, applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States as a U.S. citizen or national, asylee, refugee, or lawful permanent resident.  Additional Information:Regulatory Disclosure for US Positions:The compensation and reference to benefits for this role is listed on this posting in compliance with applicable law. Please note that the compensation and benefits listed below are only applicable for U.S. payroll offers.The anticipated salary range for this position is $22.50 - $45.00 hourly. The selected candidate’s compensation will be determined based on their skills, experience, and qualifications.Chevron offers competitive compensation and benefits programs which includes, but is not limited to, variable pay, health care coverage, retirement plan, protection coverage, time off and leave programs, training and development opportunities and a range of allowances connected to specific work situations. Details are available at  Relocation:Relocation is offered for this intern position in accordance with all Chevron U.S. Intern Relocation Policies and Guidelines. Regulatory Disclosure for US Positions: Chevron is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer.  Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious creed, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, breast-feeding and related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin or ancestry, age, mental or physical disability (including medical condition), military or veteran status, political preference, marital status, citizenship, genetic information or other status protected by law or regulation. We are committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities. If you need assistance or an accommodation, please email us at Chevron participates in E-Verify in certain locations as required by law.

Intern-Revenue Management at Highgate

Employer: Highgate - Highgate Corporate Expires: 04/10/2024 Come join Highgate in one of our exciting 2024 Summer internship opportunities! We are currently looking for Revenue Interns for our Stanford San Francisco for Summer of 2024. You will learn about revenue and the hospitality industry while working in a fun and fast - paced environment. Submit your resume today for consideration! Specific hotel placement will be discussed upon submission of an internship offer. Responsibilities:Exposure to support hotel’s yield efforts, via analysis and reporting that ensure that all segments and distribution channels are mined for revenue opportunities based on budget, forecast, pace and market demand.Assist Revenue team in preparing short and long-term reports and forecasts.Must be effective in handling problems, including anticipating, preventing, identifying and solving problems as necessary.Opportunity to learn from the best in the revenue management field and embark on an exciting experience with Highgate.Qualifications: Currently studying for Bachelor ‘s degree, Graduate degree or equivalent in Hotel Management or related field. Course work in hotel revenue management concepts and tools preferred.We are looking for individuals who possess a high level of attention to detail and a strong work ethic.Strong communication skills are required.Applicants must also have the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment.Demonstrated aptitude for problem solving and problem identification.Ability to collect, analyze and interpret revenue performance data.Extensive proficiency in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint required and ability to manipulate data essential. Compensation: $20.00/Hour  

Intern-Revenue Management at Highgate

Employer: Highgate - Highgate Corporate Expires: 04/10/2024 Come join Highgate in one of our exciting 2024 Summer internship opportunities! We are currently looking for Revenue Interns for our Hyatt Regency San Francisco for Summer of 2024. You will learn about revenue and the hospitality industry while working in a fun and fast - paced environment. Submit your resume today for consideration! Specific hotel placement will be discussed upon submission of an internship offer. Responsibilities:Exposure to support hotel’s yield efforts, via analysis and reporting that ensure that all segments and distribution channels are mined for revenue opportunities based on budget, forecast, pace and market demand.Assist Revenue team in preparing short and long-term reports and forecasts.Must be effective in handling problems, including anticipating, preventing, identifying and solving problems as necessary.Opportunity to learn from the best in the revenue management field and embark on an exciting experience with Highgate.Qualifications: Currently studying for Bachelor ‘s degree, Graduate degree or equivalent in Hotel Management or related field. Course work in hotel revenue management concepts and tools preferred.We are looking for individuals who possess a high level of attention to detail and a strong work ethic.Strong communication skills are required.Applicants must also have the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment.Demonstrated aptitude for problem solving and problem identification.Ability to collect, analyze and interpret revenue performance data.Extensive proficiency in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint required and ability to manipulate data essential. Compensation: $20.00/Hour  

Senior Developer at Global Network Encryption Investment Security Service Inc.

Employer: Global Network Encryption Investment Security Service Inc. Expires: 04/08/2024 GNEISS is the world's first P2P decentralized free market blockchain platform. We are currently in Beta and looking for a few more senior devs to finish the first full version of GNEISS. Senior developers must have at least some experience with HTML, CSS, Angular, NodeJS, MongoDB, Solidity, and Hyperledger. The only things left for us to complete are full decentralization with Hyperledger, the Raiden network, integrating decentralized exchanges liquidity, add the 7 different smart contracts we will start with when we launch GNEISS version 1.0, and a few other small things to improve the website.THIS POSITION PAYS IN COMPANY EQUITY ONLY WITH POSSIBILITY OF A SALARY POSITION PENDING EXCELLENT PERFORMANCE!Come join the start up that will be the first "trustless economy" that economist have been trying to create for DECADES! We plan to be as big as Apple or Google within 10 years. If you want to change the world and create a legacy worth telling your grandchildren the APPLY NOW!

Linde Gases Summer Internship Program at Linde

Employer: Linde Expires: 04/05/2024 Linde Gases summer internship program will show you what it takes to be a successful member of our organization.  It's designed to expose you to key areas across our business. You'll work on challenging, high-profile assignments intended to prepare you for a full-time role in our company after graduation.There will be internships available for students currently studying Engineering, Finance, Computer Science, Business, Supply Chain, and MIS amongst others.  Internships will span across the US and will begin in May of 2024. The internship program is a mentor led, paid program, approximately 12 weeks in duration. Linde works hard to provide an exciting and challenging experience for our interns that includes meaningful projects, networking events, fun activities, community engagement and developmental opportunities.  Participants will apply classroom lessons in a real-world setting. Summer interns will learn about Linde Inc.'s Linde Gases US business, products, processes, and functions. The participant will be given a work assignment in our operations group.  Interns will also be partnered with a mentor.  The scope of the internship program will allow participants to provide value to the organization by completing a well-defined, key project by the end of their internship. 

Summer 2024- Titleist Golf Ball Internship at Acushnet Company

Employer: Acushnet Company Expires: 03/26/2024 Titleist Golf Ball Specialists will be responsible for connecting with golfers and providing accounts with an enhanced Titleist brand and golf ball experience in key markets across the U.S. through golf ball education, fitting, and merchandising.Each Titleist Golf Ball Specialist will conduct 60 6-hour golf ball events (based on a 3-month internship; the number of events will vary for 5 and 7-month interns)Events will be conducted Wednesday-SundayTitleist Golf Ball Specialists will work closely with local Titleist Sales Reps to plan, schedule, and execute the golf ball fitting eventsFor each event, Titleist Golf Ball Specialists will:Educate and fit golfers into proper Titleist golf ball (5 hours/event)Educate golf shop staff on Titleist product line and how to properly select a golf ball (1/2 hour/event)Educate golf shop staff on the importance of merchandising and merchandise the Titleist golf ball inventory (1/2 hour/event)Create a report to be submitted to supervisor on a weekly basisDuration of Role: Mid-May to mid-August 2024 (for 3-month interns)Each Titleist Golf Ball Specialist will be brought to Titleist Headquarters in Fairhaven, MA in mid-May for intensive golf ball training and orientation.Titleist Golf Ball Specialists will conduct events in their respective markets from mid-May to mid-August (end date will vary for 5 and 7-month interns)

R&D Engineer (Summer Internship 2024) at Delsys, Inc

Employer: Delsys, Inc Expires: 01/25/2024 We are seeking highly motivated candidates to contribute to the research and development of next-generation human-centric sensor technology. Delsys R&D Engineers are involved in a broad spectrum of cutting-edge projects to: advance the understanding of neuromuscular physiology, develop next-generation neural interface technology, build autonomous algorithms for tracking human movement, and develop cross-platform application programming interfaces and data visualization tools; all with the goal of translating future innovations from research to marketplace. The position involves a broad set of analytical and technical skills in the fields of signal processing, algorithm development, performance verification and error analysis. Successful candidates will have the opportunity to gain extensive experience developing cutting-edge research solutions across diverse application areas working closely with a strong team of developers, R&D engineers, scientists, and clinical collaborators.Preference will be given to those that can demonstrate an aptitude for managing complex projects and have an ability to solve problems independently.Primary ResponsibilitiesApply signal processing methods to process information from physiological signals acquired during various human movements, including: exercise, gait, daily living activities, and speechAnalyze statistical features of physiological dataDesign, develop and test pattern recognition and classification algorithms for characterizing the biomechanics and control of human movementDesign and implement software interfaces for core research applicationsRequired QualificationsThe Candidate must:Be currently enrolled or have completed an undergraduate degree in robotics, biomedical, electrical, or computer engineering, computer science or similar degree programHave demonstrated ability to adapt and collaborate in rapid development environmentHave experience with signal processing concepts and techniquesBe fluent in a high-level language such as Python, C#Be comfortable developing both Windows and Linux GUI and command line applicationsPreferred QualificationsThe ideal candidate should:Be currently enrolled in or have recently completed graduate level coursework in signal processing, machine learning, pattern recognition or similarHave experience designing, testing, and implementing both supervised and unsupervised machine learning algorithmsHave experience with the .NET environmentHave some prior industry experience

Software Engineer - UX/UI (Summer Internship 2024) at Delsys, Inc

Employer: Delsys, Inc Expires: 01/25/2024 We are seeking aspiring Software Engineers to join the Product Development Team at Delsys to help develop our signal acquisition and processing applications for movement science and human health applications. Our Software Engineers seek to deliver a seamless user experience across platforms while making impactful contributions to all elements of our product portfolios through the development of intuitive applications and the design of data visualization tools.Candidates who have developed their own applications or have directly contributed to one in an impactful way are strongly urged to attach screenshots or submit a link to download the app or view their project portfolio.ResponsibilitiesDesign and implement user interfacing strategies for software supporting our core product and body-worn physiological measurement sensorsCreate new visualizations for real-time metrics and dashboard views of physiological data recording from our body-worn sensorsDesired Qualifications ·        Be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree in computer engineering, computer science, or similar program·        Be fluent in a high-level language (e.g., C#, Java, or JavaScript)·        Have experience with using modern front-end frameworks (e.g., WPF, Xamarin, Blazor, or Angular)·        Strong object-oriented design skills, and experience employing Model-View-ViewModel or Model-View-Controller architectural patterns·        Have experience with front-end development for Windows applications

Intake Coordinator, Ortho/Sports Med at Boston Children's Hospital

Employer: Boston Children's Hospital Expires: 03/25/2024 The Intake Coordinator shall be responsible for:Scheduling: Schedules patients in multiple areas for appointments or procedures for the Cerebral Palsy Center, coordinating with the providers, locations, and families, following departments scheduling guidelines. Responds to patient’s concerns and needs, offering possible appointment options such as location and time. Enters appropriate information in hospital IT systems and coordinates care with interpreter services, when necessary. Has in depth knowledge of at least one area/modality and acts as a resource for that area/modality.Data verification: Collects, verifies, records and processes patient demographics, insurance/payment and referral information required for patient appointments in accordance with HIPAA approved procedures. Enters the correct CPT codes to describe examinations and ICD-9/10 codes to facilitate the authorization process. Runs reports as needed.Screening: Screens patients for potential contraindications for examination and/or location according to area needs, escalating questions and issues appropriately. Accurately fills out paper and/or electronic screening forms, when needed. Updates screening/scheduling information, when necessary.Communication: Answers, screens and routes telephone calls in a courteous and respectful manner following departmental guidelines. Records and forwards messages and triages calls for urgent information or services. Responds to requests for routine information or assistance within scope of knowledge and authority.Registration: Creates registration and performs check-in for patients in EPIC. Performs responsibilities of the receptionist in the area, assuring that patients are greeted in a timely manner and monitors the activities in the waiting room.Collaboration/Core Values: Works with others to promote and encourage each person’s contribution on the interdisciplinary team toward achieving optimal patient goals and outcomes. Provides exceptional care, exceptional service.Other: Performs other duties as needed.To qualify, you must have:High School Diploma/ GED1 year of relevant, work related experienceAnalytical skills and judgment to interpret data and take appropriate action in circumstances and situations that vary. Contributes to a supportive team environment within and between other departments and organizations.Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing and provide empathy in difficult interpersonal situations.Strong attention to details, commitment to excellence and strong planning and organizational skills, using time efficiently and prioritizing and coordinating tasks appropriately.Boston Children’s Hospital offers competitive compensation and unmatched benefits, including affordable health, vision and dental insurance, generous levels of time off, 403(b) Retirement Savings plan, Pension, Tuition Reimbursement, cell phone plan discounts and discounted rates on T-passes (50% off). Discover your best.

Operation Risk Intern at Santander US

Employer: Santander US - Santander Bank, N.A. Expires: 03/25/2024 Summary of Responsibilities:The Risk Summer Internship role will provide the intern with an opportunity to gain a stronger understanding of in Risk Management within the Financial Services industry. They’ll be part of a diverse team of talented professionals who interact with senior risk team personnel, business managers and other disciplines in order to understand business operations and dynamics, and analyze, monitor, and manage related risks. You’ll monitor activities to minimize the company's exposure to risk coupled with building and maintaining new processes. Activities will include risk assessment, quantitative analysis & communication across different functions. Represent or support the reputation of the company to minimize operational risk by resolving issues and ensuring adherence to company and regulatory standards. This 2024 Summer Internship is for undergraduate students who have an anticipated graduation date between December 2024 and June 2025. The application deadline for this position is Sunday, November 12, 2023. This internship position is located in Boston MA. Before applying, please keep in mind that our internship program does not offer any relocation assistance. To learn more about our summer internship program and the activities included, please visit Essential Functions:Some responsibilities of the Risk internship role may include but are not limited to:Assess operational risk errors and issues to develop understanding of root causeParticipate in various risk management projects and initiativesExecutes ad hoc reporting to facilitate miscellaneous senior and executive management reporting and status updates as needed.Lead, support, and develop short-term projectsSupport the further development of operation risk capital estimation processes.Assist in the production and review of operational risk related materials for various risk forums/committees.Create an environment of diversity, equity, and inclusion where all perspectives are valued and all people are welcomed. Requirements:Currently enrolled in an undergraduate program at a University or College, business finance related, economics mMajor in business, economics, finance, or related fieldExpected graduation date between December 2024 – June 205Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00Expertise in delivering high quality work products, reflecting attention to detail and analytical processExcellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to interact with senior leaders across departmentsAbility to quickly grasp complex concepts, including global business and regulatory mattersAbility to adjust to new developments/changing circumstancesSelf-directed, self-motivated and demonstrated experience providing ideas and solutions to further business understandingAbility to work in an environment that supports employees from all backgrounds and fosters an environment of inclusion. Working Conditions:Extended working hours may be required as dictated by management and business needsTravel to multiple facilities may be requiredMay be required to lift, push, or pull materials weighing up to twenty (20) poundsMay be required to sit and review information on a computer screen for long periods of timeMay require repetitive motions of the hands and wrist related to writing and typing at an electronic keyboardDiversity & EEO Statements: At Santander, we value and respect differences in our workforce and strive to increase the diversity of our teams. We actively encourage everyone to apply.Santander is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.Working Conditions: Frequent Minimal physical effort such as sitting, standing and walking. Occasional moving and lifting equipment and furniture is required to support onsite and offsite meeting setup and teardown. Physically capable of lifting up to fifty pounds, able to bend, kneel, climb ladders.Employer Rights: This job description does not list all of the job duties of the job. You may be asked by your supervisors or managers to perform other duties. You may be evaluated in part based upon your performance of the tasks listed in this job description. The employer has the right to revise this job description at any time. This job description is not a contract for employment and either you or the employer may terminate at any time for any reason.

Engineer at H2Olson Engineering, Inc.

Employer: H2Olson Engineering, Inc. Expires: 03/25/2024 Entry level engineer to assist with the design, permitting, and construction of drinking water system infrastructure.  Work includes a combination of office work and field work.  Skills with spreadsheets and CAD a priority.  We are a small civil and environmental engineering firm with an office located in Lakeville, MA.  For more information about us and what we do please visit our website:

Summer 2024 Audit/Tax Internship at KLR

Employer: KLR Expires: 04/01/2024  Location: Providence, RI / Boston, MA                              Semester: Summer 2024Job Industry: Public Accounting                                            Minimum GPA: 3.0Department: Accounting and Auditing & Tax                 Hours: 12-16 hours weeklyKLR is one of the fastest growing accounting firms in New England. As one of the top 100 accounting and business consulting firms in the United States, we are seeking students to join our 2024 Intern Class. KLR operates four (4) offices in MA and RI and has more than 280 professionals. KLR intern students generally start working in the fall semester and often continue to graduation. They participate in various accounting and auditing engagements and tax assignments under the guidance and supervision of firm personnel. You will develop a basic understanding of public accounting.JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:Assist professional staff members with gathering information for financial reports and tax returnsAssist Financial Operations staff with department projects under the guidance, coaching, and direction of experienced leadersAssist with research for both audit and tax issuesCollect, record, analyze, and evaluate data and informationAttend internal training classes as appropriatePrepare engagement letters, verify, and process financial statements, valuations and special reportsLearn work paper techniques and proper documentation in accordance with firm guidelinesParticipate in client fieldwork and audit select financial statement areasAssist the tax department with input and preparation of tax returns and other special projects as they ariseAssist with the development of process workflows, audit programs, and test proceduresParticipate in department initiatives and projectsComplete special projects, tasks, and assignments under general directionJOB QUALIFICATIONS:Must be enrolled in a degree program with major field of study in accountingPossess some knowledge of accounting theory and principals with practical applicationExcellent Oral and Written SkillsProficient in Word, Excel, Adobe, including the ability to work in and learn various software applicationsDetail-orientedFlexibilityAbility to work both independently and as part of a team with professionals at all levelsHighest level of confidentialityStrong work ethic and ability to operate in a fast-paced seasonal environmentOTHER DUTIES:Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change from time to time with notice whenever possible, but not guaranteed. KLR offers a comprehensive compensation and benefits package. KLR is an affirmative action-equal opportunity employer. KLR complies with applicable federal, state, and local laws regarding recruitment and hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, genetic information, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

2024 Summer of Science Program, STEM Internships at Novartis’ division of Biomedical Research at Novartis

Employer: Novartis Expires: 12/31/2023 A Summer of Science!This internship is fully funded with salary, student dorm housing, and travel covered to/from our Cambridge, Massachusetts site— we recruit talented students from all over the US.Our ten-week Summer of Science Internship Program within the Biomedical Research (BR*) division of Novartis provides research training opportunities for top-tier undergraduate students who have minimal exposure to industry research.  (*formerly known as Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research, NIBR)This program enables students to gain both hands-on research experience and personal & professional development experiences that enhances their preparation for careers in biomedical research and application to top graduate and professional programs. Interns will learn about BR’s approaches to patient-driven research as they work on their own research project under the guidance of a BR scientist mentor at our research facilities in Cambridge, Massachusetts. BR's research covers many disease, science, and technology areas that allow us to closely match each intern’s specific interests with one of our labs. In addition to working alongside their mentors, our Summer of Science interns participate as a cohort together in weekly professional development and social activities that strengthen and enrich the foundation of becoming a well-rounded scientist. Inclusion of the broadest slate of talent is very important to us. We encourage applications from talented individuals who are currently underserved in the sciences.Examples include:First-generation college studentsSocioeconomically disadvantaged studentsIndividuals with learning differencesIndividuals with disabilitiesUS Military VeteransUnder-represented minorities in the sciences. Click the green "Apply Externally" button at the top right to be taken to our internship webpage. Please read carefully through the eligibility requirements and program benefits before applying.The link to the applications portal where you will apply is in the "A Summer of Science Internship" section on our webpage. Applications close on DECEMBER 31st. Just imagine performing research at a leading global pharmaceutical corporation while gaining practical experience, personal development, and contributing to the search for new disease therapies. Come reimagine medicine with us and apply today!Intern Job Responsibilities:•   Attend on-boarding and orientation training sessions•   Plan, design, and execute a research project as agreed upon by the Novartis BR scientist mentor•   Attend and actively engage in weekly Summer Intern professional development sessions•   Present research project at an end of program poster sessions•   Adhere to all Novartis policies

Staff Assistant, Visitor Services - Harvard Art Museums at Harvard University

Employer: Harvard University Expires: 12/22/2023 Job SummaryThe Harvard Art Museums welcome visitors from around the corner and around the world. The three museums that comprise the Harvard Art Museums house one of the largest and most renowned art collections in the United States and continued growth in visitation represents a significant enhancement in opening the museums and collections to all. The art museums seek an organized and customer service-oriented Staff Assistant to provide administrative support to the Visitor Services department. Reporting to the Director of Visitor Services, the Staff Assistant performs complex and confidential administrative and financial duties. The Staff Assistant serves as a point of contact for the department, both internally and externally, answering questions and providing support in a professional, courteous, and collaborative manner.  In addition, the Staff Assistant backs up Visitor Services and Shop Assistants as needed. Position DescriptionProvides effective administrative support to the department:Answers division’s general phone line and email address. Assists and directs inquiries, and provides information on events, exhibitions, and museums policies as needed. Updates museums’ main phone line recording system.Prepares and updates digital and paper files, responsible for organizing documents on the shared network.Gathers and maintains data and assists in preparing reports, using a variety of software.Tracks a variety of information, including departmental Strategic Plan performance and interdepartmental use of museums’ publications.Manages Events Calendar.Provides backup support for group visits assistant.As needed, assists with the opening and closing procedures, and coverage for breaks and absences of the Visitor Services and Shop Assistants. Serves as the main purchaser for the department:Researches products and develops cost comparisons; including product development for special exhibitions as directed.Drafts major expenditure forms.Reviews all purchasing transactions for division.Provides backup for approving purchases.Processes all expenses for the director.Tracks inventory and orders department supplies in a timely fashion, compiles and updates list with vendor information. Supports financial processing and budget development:Assists with the development of annual budgets.Monitors the status of multiple budgets.Reviews detailed listing.Assists with revenue tracking.Counts, reconciles, codes and deposits weekly shop sales revenue. Assists with special projects:Creates presentations and supporting documents for meetings.Attends meetings and records minutes including action items.Assists with the development of visitor surveys and data collecting.Assists with special projects identified in the Strategic Plan.Related responsibilities as assigned.Basic QualificationsMinimum of three years of related experience.  Additional Qualifications and SkillsBachelor’s degree preferred. Experience with budget tracking and reconciling expenses and revenue. strongly preferred. Must be reliable, organized, and detail-oriented. Discretion with confidential information is essential. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written. Superior customer service and demonstrated problem-solving abilities. Proven ability to interact effectively with a wide range of people, and to be able to establish working relationships with a wide variety of constituents. Must be self-motivated, able to work independently and as a team member in a work environment of multiple and shifting priorities. Demonstrated knowledge of a wide range of software; experience with Harvard financial systems and University policies preferred. Physical RequirementsAbility to lift up to 25lb. Able to walk, stand, stop, push and pull; must be able to reach and work about the shoulder, climb ladders, lift, kneel, twist and squat. Additional InformationRequires appropriate attire as described by the department.  Must present a clean, neat, and professional image at all times.  The Harvard Art Museums are open year-round, so this position will be scheduled to work on some holidays.  Requires participation in customer service training. Occasional weekend and evening hours are required.This is an on-site position, Monday-Friday, 9 am-5 pm.

Content Studio Internship: Design & Visual Art Intern at Connelly Partners

Employer: Connelly Partners Expires: 03/22/2024 Content Studio Internship: Design & Visual Art InternTime Commitment: TBD hours/week CONNELLY CONTENT STUDIO: We make stuff. Social stuff. Timely stuff. Stuff people WANT in their feeds.Not ads preaching. But authentic content. Sometimes useful. Sometimes funny. Always relevant.We entertain, delight and educate on behalf of the brands we serve.We’re scrappy. We write, design, shoot, edit, and animate stuff ourselves.We’re ideas first, make it second. We try stuff with no fear of failure.Because the more we try, the more we learn. Together.We are the CP Content Studio.A nimble and hungry intern group specializing in design, photography, writing, video, and visual arts.Our goal is to make social content for brands that will resonate with their social audience.Each week, we’ll pick a CP client to audit their and competitor’s social channels.From Titleist, to Gordons, to Uno’s and beyond.Initially, we’ll generate droves of written ideas and discuss as a group with the Creative Director.Then, we’ll pick some of them to bring to life.We’ll shoot, edit and comp stuff up.With the singular goal of generating audience engagement to help our clients’ businesses.And have a blast in the process. JOB PURPOSEAs a Content studio intern, you’ll join the creative team to create content and play a role in the entire production process. With guidance and mentorship from the Creative Director, you’ll collaborate with other members of the content studio to create compelling concepts, meaningful connections and relevant and innovative work while gaining hands on experience working on several established brand clients. ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIESEnsure the creative vision and look and feel is implementedAssist in the development of ideas that stem from empathetic insights, cultural observations and timely social topics of discussionsWork with writers, photographers, videographers, other members of the team to frame your ideasConcept and design across a variety of platformsPresent your own ideas with confidence QUALIFICATIONSCurrently enrolled in an art direction/advertising or design programFacility with all media (print, social, online, radio, possibly even TV); understanding of digital development while working on platforms is a plusIn tune to current cultural design trendsConceptual thinker who is able to think both in terms of words and visuals and how they work together to solve real marketing problemsExcited to bring many ideas forward and see them throughTeam playerConceptual thinker who is able to think both in terms of words and visuals and how they work together to solve real marketing problemsAbility to balance multiple projectsProficient in Adobe Creative Suite

FootJoy Engineering Footwear Co-op Spring 2024 at Acushnet Company

Employer: Acushnet Company Expires: 12/08/2023 : FootJoy is currently interviewing biomedical and mechanical engineering students to assist Engineering Staff with golf-specific footwear testing and technology innovation.  We are looking for a biomedical or mechanical engineering major to apply engineering and sports biomechanics to advance golf footwear performance. In this role, you will learn how our footwear is developed from concept to commercialization.  Responsibilities:Assist with initiating standard and custom golf footwear test equipment and test proceduresAssist with performance test equipment specifications, design and constructionAssist in performing mechanical, biomechanical and psychophysical (perception) testingAssist with data processing and data analysis to identify trends and create reports with findingsWork with Advanced Developers and Factory Partners to build and refine experimental prototypesCollaborate w/ internal partners & outside vendors to develop new technologiesRequirements:Must be an undergraduate or graduate student currently enrolled in a Biomedical or Mechanical Engineering ProgramMust be available to work full-time as a co-op either Spring (January) or Fall (August) Strong time/project management skills & the desire to build/expand competency in this area One prior co-op preferred but not requiredProficiency in Python preferred; measurement and analysis course work, basic understanding of statistical principles requiredStudent must be able to work individually and as part of a teamAbility to move about a golf course and lift 80lbsMust have a personal vehicle to travel to and from events with supplies to conduct event in Footwear Performance Lab   


Employer: Piramal Pharma Limited - Piramal Pharma Solutions Expires: 04/30/2024 Global emerging leader program POSITION SUMMARY: Piramal Pharma Solutions, through its flagship Global Emerging Leaders Program (GELP), is committed to recruiting high potential science and engineering talent from leading global universities. The program aims to offer a hands-on experience at working for a global player in the CDMO space with operations across North America, Europe and Asia.  The students who join as a part of this program are referred to as Global Emerging leaders (GELs). GELs undergo a yearlong structured program designed to accelerate their potential to take on business leadership roles through cross functional stints across our facilities, and focused learning & development opportunities. Since the program recruits high potential talent, the program is created to offer a unique learning experience through a well-tailored fast tracked professional development journey.  Structure of the program: ·        GELs are placed in a 12-month structured program encompassing 3 – 4 rotations representing key business priorities to foster their development.·        Each rotation of the program will last three months, giving them a chance to work on solving live business problems aimed at addressing the unmet needs of our patients. ·        With each rotation, in line with their background and interests, they will be assigned cross-functional and interdisciplinary projects to lead, with increasing responsibility and continuous exposure to senior leaders.·        Following the successful completion of the program, GELs start working in a full time role at our facility determined by their career aspirations, areas of development and business needs.·        Through this program, GELs get the opportunity to gain exposure to business challenges and create a long term impact on lives of patients globally, and influence stakeholders and apply their strategic thinking and creativity to drive innovation and challenge the status quo. Key responsibilities.·        Facilitate continuous improvement & high impact projects across different functions and locations based on principles of chemical engineering and Lean Six Sigma, TPM & OE principles.·        Ensure delivery of business process improvement initiatives through the implementation of predetermined /agreed synergies.·        Demonstrate leadership in application of technology to tackle manufacturing problems.·        Partner with site leadership teams and different team managers to identify process improvement, KRAs and KPIs for all function, focusing on improving, automating the packaging & other operations error free.·        Explore and implement various cost saving opportunities across different products at the site. ·        Analyse the current processes deployed in production/quality functions and identify possible areas of automation to improve overall plant efficiency, compliance and productivity.·        Work on projects to minimize the operating cost of plant in terms of utility generation, utility distribution, maintenance and repair, enhanced monitoring of processes etc.·        Conceptualize and manage various cross-functional business initiatives in project mode with the use of analytical techniques.·        Identify the gaps and therefore the possibilities of process automation in the current Order to Delivery (OTD) process. ·        Optimise inventory levels for different raw materials (intermediates, APIs, excipients etc.) ensuring satisfactory service levels for customers.·        Possess solid understanding of the manufacturing processes, GMP guidelines, site and corporate policies and procedures, hands-on experience, and full understanding of production processes in the GMP environment as laid out at site.  KEY INTERACTIONS.·        Internal: Technology Transfer; Process Development; Quality Assurance; Quality Control; Supply Chain; Facilities & Maintenance; Warehouse; EHS; Operational Excellence ·        External: Clients; Engineering companies and vendors EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE. ·        Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering or similar scientific discipline from leading global universities.·        Demonstrated project management and technical leadership capabilities.·        Confident management of internal and external stakeholder relationships.·        Good written and oral communication skills.·        Demonstrated teamwork skill and professionalism in all interactions.·        Working knowledge of process and desktop computers.  PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT THROUGH THE GEL PROGRAM    Our Development Pillars·        Leadership opportunities early in career ·        Extended connect with senior leadership ·        Best in class learning and development  Our Approach to enable GEL`s growth  Experience Based Learning: The opportunities to learn on the job are infinite when you work at Piramal Pharma Solutions  ·      Stretch assignments that build on your knowledge and experience  ·      As set of cross functional and interdisciplinary projects to lead ·      Continual performance monitoring to identify when you’re ready to take on the next level role   Social learning at happens with every relationship you build in the Piramal network ·          An assigned mentor will be a strong source of support, guidance and information throughout your GEL year and beyond·          A global community of peers and colleagues will learn as much from you as you from them·          Leadership at all levels are accessible, ready to share their critical experiences with youStructured courses and learning materials - Our commitment to lifelong learning ensures that you always stay ahead of the curve ·        Diverse training programs to further build your technical and soft skills ·        Curated suite of online learning resources to develop skills needed to succeed as a GEL Skills that GELs develop Business Acumen: Develop a deep understanding of the key levers of the CDMO business by working across different functionsStrategic Thinking: Solve complex business problems from Day 1 that have a long term business impact and demand superior critical thinking skills and ability to identify the big picture Customer Centricity: Learn how to serve internal and external customers by working with team members across the globe who are passionate about putting patients first    PROFESSIONAL advancement opportunities at piramal pharma solutions Whether you are starting out in your career or pivoting into a new career, we’re committed to individual development planning in a very personalized way that enables you to continually grow into a world-class leader                              job conditions. The physical demands and work environment described here are representative of those that must be met by a team member to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. If any accommodations are needed, requests should be made to our Human Resources department.·        Physical Demands:o  Frequent lifting, bending, stooping, squatting, pushing and pulling can be expected.o  Long periods of standing and walking can be expected in this position. o  This position may require long periods of sitting, typing, computer entry or looking at a computer.·        Work Environment:o  Piramal Pharma Solutions is engaged in the business of pharmaceutical research and contract pharmaceutical manufacturing. As such, all PPS staff work in or nearby either chemical/pharmaceutical research or chemical/pharmaceutical manufacturing equipment and processes.o  Potential limited exposure to hazardous chemicals.o  Personal protective equipment including safety glasses, lab coats, gloves, specialized clothing including laboratory uniform and appropriate shoes may be required in areas associated with this position.equal employment opportunity.Piramal Pharma Solutions is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics. 

Quality Control Analyst II/III at Celldex Therapeutics

Employer: Celldex Therapeutics Expires: 12/31/2023 OverviewAs a Quality Control (QC) Analyst II/III at Celldex Therapeutics, you will be responsible for routine lab work assigned by departmental management at our Fall River MA facility. If you have laboratory experience in the biotechnology / pharmaceutical industry and want to work in a small team environment with a great group, this is an opportunity you’ll want to explore! Celldex Therapeutics, Inc. is developing a pipeline of immunotherapy and targeted cancer therapies. We are conducting clinical trials across multiple product candidates.ResponsibilitiesPerform in-process, release, stability testing on product and raw material release testing according to Product Specifications, Material Specifications, SOPs, stability protocols, and USP/EP regulations.Participate in qualification of software and equipment.Perform routine projects independently, compiles accompanying reports and/or data summaries.QualificationsCompleted Bachelor’s degree in Biology, Chemistry, or related discipline.A minimum of 2 years of working experience in the biotech / pharmaceuticals industry, including hands-on experience in a cGMP laboratory and familiarity with standard concepts, practices, procedures, instrumentation, and software in a Quality Control organization.Working knowledge of analytical test methods (e.g. raw material testing, microbiological assays, ELISA, FTIR, Capillary Electrophoresis, and cell-based assays), with a strong knowledge of ELISA and HPLC assays preferred.Knowledge of operation and maintenance of analytical equipment and the associated software.Must be self-driven, organized, adaptable to change, and can work independently under minimal supervision.

Civil Engineering at Outback Engineering Inc

Employer: Outback Engineering Inc Expires: 08/31/2024  Looking for team players, with land development project experience, using HydroCad and AutoCAD Civil 3D software.

Application Engineer at Energy Management and Control Services, Inc.

Employer: Energy Management and Control Services, Inc. Expires: 01/01/2024 EMC Services, a certified Metasys Authorized Building Control Specialist (ABCS) since 1997, is one of New England's leading providers of building control, energy management and integrated facility management systems for commercial buildings. As we continue to grow, we have immediate openings in our engineering department for the following positions: Application Engineer, Graphics Engineer and Engineering Assistant. We specialize in providing systems integration and control solutions for universities, office buildings, biotech/pharmaceutical and lab space facilities. Our engineers are an integral member of the EMC Services team and are responsible for the design of building automation control systems using Johnson Controls software and components at sites throughout RI & MA. Our customer sites range from simple office buildings to laboratory spaces with complex sequences and stringent control criteria. Application engineers are responsible for a complete set of design control documents that include the HVAC system diagram, sensor and actuator selection, wiring details, sequence of operation and list of materials needed for a complete control system. The graphic engineers create the user interface for building personnel to operate their building. They configure (using the JCI software tools) the site layout and graphics to represent the mechanical equipment within a building. This position works primarily from our office in Cranston, RI but also includes job site visits to coordinate our work with other trades. Training is provided in-house, manufacturer’s training classes and on-the-job. Control engineers come from many backgrounds including electrical, mechanical and computer engineering. Most candidates do not have direct experience or training with control systems for HVAC systems. And most candidates are not familiar with this specific field at all. Through on-the-job training and mentoring with our existing staff, you can gain skills and experience to design and implement control systems in commercial buildings. If you’re an engineer who is looking to learn about the world of building controls, this is the job for you. We offer an excellent benefit package and competitive compensation.  Responsibilities and DutiesDesign and configure complex building control systems as defined in the contract documents, scope of work, project estimate and “good practice”.Ability to learn JCI software tools and programs to complete the overall project design.Select components (sensors, controllers, actuators) for purchasing.Create wiring details for use by the installation contractor.Generate a detailed sequence of operations to meet project specifications and to be used by programmers.Manage multiple projects to meet deadlines.Using JCI software tools, create the user interface for the building including floor plans, equipment and space relationships and the system graphical representation.Develop and maintain a positive relationship with customers including end users, property managers, and contractors.Adhere to all company, federal, state, OSHA and job specific safety requirements.Strong candidates will have the following:Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or Computer Science or equivalent experienceKnowledge of the construction industryBasic understanding of building systems and building engineered drawings: HVAC, ductwork, electrical, and piping.Familiar with programming logic / PLC programmingStrong computer skills using MS office products, Visio and AutoCADStrong written and verbal communication skills and ability to work with a range of technical audiencesAbility to pay attention to and manage project details with strong organizational skillsEMC Services offers a complete and competitive benefits package. Competitive pay commensurate with experienceBlue Cross Blue Shield medical, dental and vision with a $1,000 per individual deductible - monthly premiums are paid fully by the company at no cost to the employee.Traditional 401k retirement savings plan - EMC Services contributes 3% of your weekly pay to your account. $50,000 of group life insuranceFlexible Spending Account (FSA) for medical expensesThree weeks of paid time off PTO for vacations, sick, and personal timeTen (10) paid holidays

Event Planning Intern at Bakes for Breast Cancer

Employer: Bakes for Breast Cancer Expires: 12/10/2023 Event Planning Interns are needed to:Assist with the planning, management, and execution of all fundraising eventsPropose new ideas to improve the event planning and implementation processConduct research on viable participants and corporate sponsorsTake on a variety of administrative projects and tasks as needed We are looking for motivated, resourceful, and enthusiastic individuals who are passionate about breast cancer research. As a nonprofit organization, we rely on each of our team members to thrive in an environment where multi-tasking is essential. Good communication skills and the ability to work both independently and as part of a team are key. If you are able to meet deadlines and have a good working knowledge of Google Workplace, please apply!Please note that this is an unpaid, remote internship, but we offer credits towards graduation. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis for the fall, spring, and summer. Check with your school's Internship Coordinator BEFORE accepting the hiring offer to determine if this position satisfies the criteria for receiving academic credit.


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