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Human Resources Student Internship at FamilyAid

Employer: FamilyAid Expires: 12/14/2024 About the OpportunityFamilyAid (FA) is Greater Boston’s leading provider of solutions to family homelessness. Its mission is to empower parents and caregivers facing homelessness to secure and sustain housing and build strong foundations for their children’s futures.The hundred-plus year-old agency has launched bold new strategies to reduce two-generation homelessness by dramatically increasing its prevention, housing, and supportive services for children and parents, putting the organization on a fast-growth trajectory.To support these strategies, the agency seeks dynamic, driven student interns to contribute to the agency’s work with homeless families with children, through conducting housing search services, thus deepening our two-generation approach to more than 4,000 children and parents.FamilyAid’s supportive, collaborative, and diverse workplace is an ideal work environment for students who are excited to learn and are motivated to help children and families thrive.Job Summary:The Student Intern Human Resources Assistant will provide support to FamilyAid’s growing HR team during a period of agency growth. The Intern will observe and learn from current HR employees, coordinate with multi-disciplinary colleagues, and support direct care staff to ensure they are able to provide high quality care to a diverse population.Job Duties and Responsibilities:•Prepare work verification documents. Run background checks.•Support preparations for the opening of a new program location•Assist with employee communications (both written and verbal)•Assist with HRIS (Paylocity) Implementation•Prepare HR related invoices and employee change authorization forms•Assist with data management in Paylocity system•Assist with orientation process and paperwork completion, including scheduling meetings•Participate in HR team and Wellness Committee meetings•Prepare for and participate in job fairs•Assist with new hire orientation logistics, including staff IDs, key fobs, and business cardsQualifications:•Currently enrolled in Bachelor’s or Master’s degree program•Proficient written and verbal communication skills.•Exhibits humility through the learning process and can accept feedback.•Familiarity with evidence-based practices including Trauma-Informed Care, critical time intervention and motivational interviewing.•Flexibility and compassion essential.•Strong interest in working with families from diverse social, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds, using a culturally sensitive, team-oriented, and strength-based approach.•Strong documentation and organizational skills required.Location and Work Conditions: This position is currently hybrid. FamilyAid’s headquarters are at 3815 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02130Work Schedule: Dependent on school requirements, to be discussed with supervisor and school contact. Days and hours to be determined, with the flexibility to best meet client and program needs.To apply: Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Please send a resume to leslya@familyaidboston.orgFamilyAid is committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, or age.


Technology Apprenticeship Program at NAB Leadership Foundation

Employer: NAB Leadership Foundation Expires: 09/30/2024 The NAB Leadership Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the National Association of Broadcasters, the voice of America’s radio and television stations in Washington D.C., is seeking qualified students to join the Technology Apprenticeship Program (TAP) to receive valuable technical training and industry connections to become part of the next generation of broadcasting. This six-month paid fellowship will prepare you for a role in IT, technology, and/or engineering roles within the broadcasting industry.As a TAP fellow, you will participate in focus groups, training webinars, and certification programs with top media and broadcasting companies. If accepted, you must commit to a meeting once a month starting in November 2024 (virtually and one in-person session) and complete the required coursework and internship. In addition, students are required to attend the NAB Show in Las Vegas in April 2025, the annual trade show where media, technology, and entertainment professionals come together to connect and innovate the future of broadcasting technology. This hands-on, educational program provides you with the training and networking opportunities you need to start engineering, IT, and various technology careers in broadcasting. What you will gain from the program:  Paid internship with a local television or radio station.Experience NAB Show in Las Vegas with registration, airfare and lodging provided.Preparation for the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud Practitioner certificate and The Society of Broadcast Engineers certificate exams.Increased competitive value to recruiters who are seeking qualified candidates with demonstrated commitment to the broadcast industry.Relationship building with like-minded peers.Basic Qualifications: Must be 18 years or older.Pursuing an associate, bachelor’s, or master's degree or attending technical school with a focus on subjects in electrical engineering, software development or other related technical fields, including IT, software engineering, cybersecurity and data science/analytics.Cumulative GPA of 3.0.Experience or knowledge in electrical engineering, systems engineering, data science and analytics, web development, cybersecurity, information technology and information networking.Passionate and interested in broadcast media, engineering and technology.Ability to communicate with all levels of management.Self-starter with strong time management and organizational skills.Authorized to work in the United States without visa sponsorship by NAB or the NAB Leadership Foundation.·        Application Window: June - September 2024·        In-Person Opening Session in Washington DC: November 2024·        Virtual Learning Sessions: December 2024 - March 2025·        In-Person Closing Session in Las Vegas, NV: April 2025If you have any questions or issues with the application, please email us at nablf@nab.org. Apply today! Applications will be reviewed and accepted on a rolling basis - a limited number of final applicants will be notified by September 2024.  Participants will be paired with a local station in their area. Airfare and lodging will be provided for travel to Washington, DC, and Las Vegas, NV.


STEM Opportunities at Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Division Newport

Employer: Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Division Newport Expires: 09/30/2025 Job descriptionThis is a continuously monitored submission link for employment opportunities at Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division, Newport (NUWC Newport). Registering here will ensure your resume is available to hiring managers so that they may reach out and conduct interviews. We are actively seeking team players across the STEM disciplines!Scientists and engineers at NUWC Division Newport develop the technologies for tomorrow, as well as support the needs of the Navy today. Project involvement ranges from development of the initial concept to its operational use and often gives personnel the opportunity to work with men and women in the forefront of their fields. Our employees can be found throughout the world and in a wide variety of environments - in other laboratories in the United States and at the facilities of our nation's allies, on submarines and surface ships, in shipyards, and at sea. Activities vary from desk work to deck work, from research to in-service engineering, from component to systems engineering, and from system design to test and evaluation.To fulfill mission responsibilities, we have established ourselves in several key Navy-unique scientific disciplines:Our technical leadership areas:Product areas you could be working in:Submarine Combat Systems Torpedo Systems, Submarine Sonar Systems, Platform & Payload Integration, Unmanned Undersea Vehicles,  Ranges, Engineering, & Analysis, Submarine Communication Systems Undersea Warfare Analysis, Surface USW Systems Autonomous Systems & TechnologyTorpedoes Combat Systems, Submarine Imaging & Electronic Warfare Communications, Imagining, & EW Sensors, Platform Defensive Systems Sensor & Sonar Systems, USW Launchers Submarine Missile Launcher Integration USW Ranges USW Analysis USW Operational AssessmentThe Naval Undersea Warfare Center is an equal opportunity employer.U.S. citizenship required.


Reality Capture Co-Op/Internship at Samiotes Consultants, Inc.

Employer: Samiotes Consultants, Inc. Expires: 12/11/2024 Reality Capture Co-Op / Internship Program The Samiotes Consultants full time paid co-op/ internship program affords undergraduates and recent graduates the opportunity to experience firsthand exposure to real projects, interdisciplinary design best practices, and hands on project experience. We are committed to our employees’ personal and professional growth.Position Overview:As an intern on the Samiotes team, you will have the opportunity to contribute in an engaging and creative environment while developing your skills in a professional atmosphere. You will gain practical experience with opportunities to develop your skills through exposure to projects start to finish from in-field surveys, designing, and the construction process. You will have many opportunities over the co-op/ internship to learn about the values of Samiotes Consultants, such as sustainability, design innovation, and Low Impact Development as well as gain experience working on projects for Corporate, Commercial, Higher Education, K-12 Education, Athletics, Municipal, and many other diverse clients.Interns are given the opportunity to network with all our professionals including our Principals, President, Department Heads, Senior Associates, Engineers & Surveyors as well as with clients.  Samiotes interns are given the opportunity to attend site-visits, as well as Lunch-and-Learns, other office-wide events and participate in weekly Design Discussions. Co-ops/ interns who demonstrate strong project performance, capability, innovation & creativity will be considered for full-time employment. Responsibilities:Aiding Project Manager in the capture and generation of point clouds using Leica Software.Familiarizing yourself with software tools commonly used for processing scans, such as Leica Cyclone.Assisting in developing and documenting standard operating procedures (SOPs) related to reality capture, including best practices for scanning, data management, and quality control.Collaborating with senior staff to create clear and concise guidelines for future projects.Utilizing Autodesk Revit to create 3D models based on reality capture data.Performing quality checks on processed scans and models to ensure accuracy and completeness.Identifying and addressing any discrepancies or issues during the reality capture process.Attending project meetings and contributing to project discussions.Job Skills / Requirements:Must be enrolled in an engineering degree program or be a recent graduate.0 to 3 years of civil engineer or survey experience.Expected to have experience with Revit; Leica a plus.Strong writing skillsProficient with Microsoft OfficeValid driver’s licenseSchool Visa for International StudentsAbility to work, out in the field, under all weather conditionsPlease send your cover letter and resume to Despina Samiotes at HR@samiotes.com


Land Surveying Co-Op/Internship at Samiotes Consultants, Inc.

Employer: Samiotes Consultants, Inc. Expires: 12/05/2024 SAMIOTES CONSULTANTS, INC. Internship Program Civil Engineering – Land Surveying Intern About Samiotes Consultants, Inc.Samiotes Consultants, Inc. is a Civil Engineering and Land Surveying firm founded in 1987 with offices in Framingham. Samiotes expanded its practice in 2002 to include Land Surveying and was certified as a Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE) in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for Civil Engineering and Land Surveying in 2012.The design philosophy at Samiotes is to integrate the client’s vision with economic viability such that the final product is a sustainable environment serving the needs of both the end user and the community in which the use is located.  Samiotes Consultants Co-op / Internship ProgramThe Samiotes Consultants full time paid co-op/ internship program affords undergraduates and recent graduates the opportunity to experience firsthand exposure to real projects, interdisciplinary design best practices, and hands on project experience. We are committed to our employees’ personal and professional growth. Position OverviewAs a civil engineer/ survey co-op/ intern on the Samiotes team, you will have the opportunity to contribute in an engaging and creative environment while developing your skills in a professional atmosphere. You will gain practical experience with opportunities to develop your skills through exposure to projects start to finish from in-field surveys, designing, and the construction process.You will have many opportunities over the co-op/ internship to learn about the values of Samiotes Consultants, such as sustainability, design innovation, and Low Impact Development as well as gain experience working on projects for Corporate, Commercial, Higher Education, K-12 Education, Athletics, Municipal, and many other diverse clients.Interns are given the opportunity to network with all our professionals including our Principals, President, Department Heads, Senior Associates, Engineers & Surveyors as well as with clients. Samiotes interns are given the opportunity to attend site-visits, as well as Lunch-and-Learns, other office-wide events and participate in weekly Design Discussions. Co-ops/ interns who demonstrate strong project performance, capability, innovation & creativity will be considered for full-time employment.Responsibilities·        Aiding Project Managers with site/civil design work·        AutoCAD drafting·        Project permitting and approvals (including Conservation, Planning, Zoning, Board of Health)·        Preparing transmittals, mailing(s)·        Stormwater management design & calculation·        Reviewing shop drawings·        Writing site visit memos·        Uploading and downloading of survey data·        Property line & utility research·        General office support when needed Job Skills / Requirements·        All applicants must currently be enrolled in an engineering degree program or be a recent graduate.·        0 to 3 years of civil engineer or survey experience.·        Successful applicants are expected to have working knowledge and some experience with AutoCAD; HydroCAD a plus.·        Strong writing skills·        Proficient with Microsoft Office·        Valid driver’s license·        School Visa for International Students·        Ability to work, out in the field, under all weather conditionsOther Skills/Abilities that are a plus·        Ability to multi-task·        This position demands efficiency and strong attention to detail·        Ability to adapt quickly to the changing needs of the businessPlease send your resume to Despina Samiotes at dsamiotes@samiotes.com


Civil Engineering Co-Op/Internship at Samiotes Consultants, Inc.

Employer: Samiotes Consultants, Inc. Expires: 12/05/2024 SAMIOTES CONSULTANTS, INC. Internship Program Civil Engineering – Land Surveying Intern About Samiotes Consultants, Inc.Samiotes Consultants, Inc. is a Civil Engineering and Land Surveying firm founded in 1987 with offices in Framingham. Samiotes expanded its practice in 2002 to include Land Surveying and was certified as a Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE) in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for Civil Engineering and Land Surveying in 2012.The design philosophy at Samiotes is to integrate the client’s vision with economic viability such that the final product is a sustainable environment serving the needs of both the end user and the community in which the use is located.  Samiotes Consultants Co-op / Internship ProgramThe Samiotes Consultants full time paid co-op/ internship program affords undergraduates and recent graduates the opportunity to experience firsthand exposure to real projects, interdisciplinary design best practices, and hands on project experience. We are committed to our employees’ personal and professional growth. Position OverviewAs a civil engineer/ survey co-op/ intern on the Samiotes team, you will have the opportunity to contribute in an engaging and creative environment while developing your skills in a professional atmosphere. You will gain practical experience with opportunities to develop your skills through exposure to projects start to finish from in-field surveys, designing, and the construction process.You will have many opportunities over the co-op/ internship to learn about the values of Samiotes Consultants, such as sustainability, design innovation, and Low Impact Development as well as gain experience working on projects for Corporate, Commercial, Higher Education, K-12 Education, Athletics, Municipal, and many other diverse clients.Interns are given the opportunity to network with all our professionals including our Principals, President, Department Heads, Senior Associates, Engineers & Surveyors as well as with clients. Samiotes interns are given the opportunity to attend site-visits, as well as Lunch-and-Learns, other office-wide events and participate in weekly Design Discussions. Co-ops/ interns who demonstrate strong project performance, capability, innovation & creativity will be considered for full-time employment.Responsibilities·        Aiding Project Managers with site/civil design work·        AutoCAD drafting·        Project permitting and approvals (including Conservation, Planning, Zoning, Board of Health)·        Preparing transmittals, mailing(s)·        Stormwater management design & calculation·        Reviewing shop drawings·        Writing site visit memos·        Uploading and downloading of survey data·        Property line & utility research·        General office support when needed Job Skills / Requirements·        All applicants must currently be enrolled in an engineering degree program or be a recent graduate.·        0 to 3 years of civil engineer or survey experience.·        Successful applicants are expected to have working knowledge and some experience with AutoCAD; HydroCAD a plus.·        Strong writing skills·        Proficient with Microsoft Office·        Valid driver’s license·        School Visa for International Students·        Ability to work, out in the field, under all weather conditionsOther Skills/Abilities that are a plus·        Ability to multi-task·        This position demands efficiency and strong attention to detail·        Ability to adapt quickly to the changing needs of the businessPlease send your resume to Despina Samiotes at dsamiotes@samiotes.com


Maryland Sea Grant Law and Policy Fellow at Maryland Sea Grant

Employer: Maryland Sea Grant Expires: 08/31/2024 Maryland Sea Grant (MDSG) and the Agriculture Law Education Initiative (ALEI) are excited to invite applications for a one-year legal fellowship. Please come join our dynamic team of legal experts and scientists to work at the exciting interface of law, policy, and environmental research.MDSG supports research, education, extension, and outreach on critical environmental issues in the Chesapeake and coastal bays and their watersheds. ALEI is comprised of legal specialists and other extension specialists who help agricultural producers understand and comply with state, federal, and local laws and regulations.The Maryland Sea Grant legal fellow will help work toward these goals through projects involving training and programming for government agencies, coastal industries, and coastal communities addressing coastal law and policy in Maryland and the Chesapeake Bay.Fellowship ExperienceThe primary effort of the fellow is to provide legal research, writing, and educational assistance to ALEI and MDSG. We invite applicants who have a curiosity about coastal environmental issues and legal education around those issues. The work is not advocacy. Fellows conduct legal scholarship and provide education for government agencies, coastal industries, and coastal communities addressing coastal law and policy in Maryland and the Chesapeake Bay with an emphasis on reaching underserved populations. Project topics are likely to cover legal questions in environmental areas such as aquaculture, sea level rise impact and resilience, and stormwater management in Maryland.This is an excellent opportunity to gain experience with a variety of legal, policy, and regulatory matters concerning aquaculture, environmental compliance, and land use policy, including the impacts of sea level rise on coastal communities and governmental responses to the changing landscape. The fellowship serves to increase the capacity of local, state, and federal government agencies as well as non-governmental partners and coastal industries in Maryland, and to promote integration of a range of perspectives into problem-solving for Maryland to provide more inclusive solutions and facilitate training around and development of coastal laws and policies.Delivering presentations to stakeholder groups, including commercial, public, and private property owners and regulatory officials, will be required. Professional development activities include networking with different environmental legal groups, presentations, and travel to learn about other marine-focused legal education work in the region. The legal fellow will also investigate funding sources for structuring a long-standing legal resource within MDSG.If you are excited to gain professional development experience working with multiple audiences, build out your network, and sharpen your legal research and problem solving skills, we encourage you to apply for this position. The legal fellow will be hired by MDSG and work under the direction of ALEI Environmental and Agricultural Faculty Legal Specialist Nicole Cook. ALEI will provide legal expertise, while MDSG provides connections to coastal scientists and communities.The legal fellow may work remotely, but will be expected to live in the region and be available to travel frequently for in-person meetings and activities in Maryland. There will be office space available for the fellow at the MDSG offices in College Park, Maryland and the University of Maryland’s Wye Research Center in Queenstown, Maryland.FundingFellows will be contractual employees of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science-MDSG receiving a non-negotiable annualized salary of $56,000 plus fringe benefits including healthcare options.Employment as a law fellow with Maryland Sea Grant may qualify for student loan forgiveness through the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program or other loan repayment assistance programs. We encourage applicants to talk with their Career Services and Financial Aid Offices for more information and guidance.EligibilityApplicants must have earned a J.D. or equivalent LL.M. for foreign-trained attorneys no earlier than June 2020.Interest in exploring environmental legal research relevant to underresourced communities in coastal communities.Enthusiasm for pursuing a career in the areas of natural resource management, protection, or stewardship, or public or policy or law of marine and/or coastal environments.Excellent research, writing, and oral communication skillsAbility to work independently as well as within a team environment.Bar admission is not a requirement. We are happy to accept applicants who plan to take a bar exam in any jurisdiction this summer or some time during the Fellowship.This position is expected to be in-person.Maryland Sea Grant and the National Sea Grant College Program champion diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) by recruiting, retaining and preparing a diverse workforce and proactively engaging and serving the diverse populations of coastal communities. Sea Grant is committed to building inclusive research, extension, communications and education programs that serve people with unique backgrounds, circumstances, needs, perspectives and ways of thinking. We encourage applicants of all ages, races, ethnicities, national origins, gender identities, sexual orientations, disabilities, cultures, religions, citizenship types, marital status, job classifications, veteran status, and income, and socioeconomic status types to apply for this opportunity.TimelineApplications due: rollingSelection: Late July 2024Fellowship period: One year from hire date (September 2024) with a possible option, funding dependent, to continue for a second yearHow to ApplyStep 1: Contact MDSG well before the application due date to address questions.Step 2: Register for an account to prepare your application on MDSG’s eSeaGrant application portal, https://eseagrant.mdsg.umd.edu/. Click “Add Fellowship Application” to navigate the system and create your fellowship application.Step 3: You must complete your application using the eSeaGrant proposal portal. Complete the "Applicant Information" and "Demographic Information" tabs. Then upload a single PDF with the following application components in the "Application Package Upload" tab. The required documents are:Resume (not to exceed 2 pages)Cover letter (not to exceed 1 page)Statement of personal, educational and career goals (not to exceed 1,000 words). The statement should emphasize the applicant’s abilities and the applicant’s expectation of the fellowship experiences in terms of career development. The statement should be clear on what intrigued the applicant to apply for this position, discuss experiences of translating difficult legal concepts to non-legal audiences and convey how the student’s experiences within and beyond academia (e.g., critical thinking skills, writing experiences, talking and working with people from different backgrounds and experiences, intuition, cultural experiences) may have prepared the applicant for this position. Strong writing and oral communication skills are important, and we encourage applicants to speak to these skills and/or highlight them in the Resume.Clear copies of all undergraduate and graduate student transcripts (unofficial are acceptable).Step 4: Submit a list of three references and their contact information in the Reference Request tab on eSeaGrant.Step 5: Submit your application ASAP. Applications will not be considered until all components are received.Selection ProcessWe seek to identify a fellow who most closely aligns with MDSG and ALEI’s mission to support research, education, and outreach to advance understanding and sustainability of aquaculture and Maryland’s Chesapeake and coastal bays and watersheds. The fellow is expected to bring strong legal knowledge and an interest in legal education to the science-driven activities of MDSG and ALEI.All applications that meet the application requirements will be evaluated by a panel. The weighted importance of the different components of the application are listed below under “Application evaluation criteria.” The panel will consider the applicant’s interest in a legal career tied to the broad field of the environment and consistent with the mission of MDSG, further the panel will consider the applicant’s experience in policy, public education, legal and grant writing, relevant non-academic experiences and a demonstrated ability to work with a diverse range of people. We look for an applicant whose values align with our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion goals. Qualified applicants will be selected to interview with the panel. Guidance on the interview process will be provided to applicants who advance to this second round of selection. Based on the application and the interview process, a final fellow will be selected.Application evaluation criteria:Quality of the career goals statementCover letterAcademic recordResumePast FellowsKai HardyKai Hardy is the 2023-2024 Law and Policy Fellow. He works on providing legal education to diverse stakeholders throughout the Chesapeake Bay watershed in Maryland, including government agencies, industries, and coastal communities. Hardy focuses on legal issues concerning aquaculture and coastal resilience, specifically the installation of “living shorelines” in Maryland’s critical areas (i.e., areas within 1,000 feet of the Chesapeake Bay, the Atlantic Ocean, and tidal shorelines).Hardy studied at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and earned a bachelor of science in natural resources and environmental sciences. During his undergraduate studies, Hardy took several courses in environmental law and policy, and gained field experience with wildlife. Specifically, his field projects involved conducting surveys of forest and grassland birds in Illinois and Texas. Hardy attended Vermont Law School and earned a juris doctor in May of 2023. While in law school, he took courses in environmental law, environmental justice, natural resources law, and water resources law. Hardy served as the environmental justice managing editor for the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law. In his free time, he enjoys hiking, playing basketball, reading, playing guitar, and watching movies. Ju-Ching HuangJu-Ching Huang was the 2022-2023 Maryland Law and Policy Fellow. She is currently an S.J.D. (equivalent to Ph.D.) candidate at Georgetown University Law Center. She received her LL.M. in Environmental Law and Policy from Stanford Law School. Her research explores the nexus between land-use decision-making and climate change governance. Ju-Ching has worked as a Taiwanese lawyer in a boutique law firm, legal counsel and planner for Taipei Urban Regeneration Center, and policy staffer of the Ministry of the Interior. At the Ministry, her work involved overseeing national land use from urban planning to coastal management, wetland, and national parks. She previously worked at Georgetown Climate Center and is currently a Managing Editor of Georgetown Environmental Law Review.As an islander who grew up in Taiwan, her love for the land, coast, and ocean is the driving force behind her research and career path. She enjoys working in an interdisciplinary arena where law and science can complement each other in policy-making processes. Her recent research has been published in the Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences. Elissa Torres-SotoElissa Torres Soto graduated in 2020 with an LL.M. from Georgetown University Law Center’s Environmental and Energy. With the supervision of Nicole Cook from the Agriculture Law Education Initiative (ALEI), she published a legal journal article about the standing requirements to present a protest to a new commercial shellfish aquaculture lease in the State of Maryland. She developed a fact sheet and webinar training program on how to transfer a commercial shellfish aquaculture lease in Maryland. She further worked on developing a guide for navigating the state and federal permitting processes for nature-based projects in Chesapeake Bay Critical Areas.A native from Puerto Rico, Elissa enjoys going to the beach, hiking, and being around nature. She obtained her Juris Doctor degree in 2018 and was admitted to the practice of law in Puerto Rico in 2019. Her career goals are to aid in the strengthening of public policy and administrative processes focused on environmental justice, climate resiliency, and clean water for all.ContactFor questions about the position and fellowship experience, contact:Fredrika Moser, Director Maryland Sea Grant College(301) 405-7500e-mail: moser@mdsg.umd.eduFor technical questions about the application process, contact:Mike Allen, Associate Director for Research and AdministrationMaryland Sea Grant College(301) 405-7500e-mail: mallen@mdsg.umd.edu


Construction Management/ Engineering Intern at Cianbro

Employer: Cianbro Expires: 05/05/2025 Cianbro’s internships are paid and are available to full-time undergraduate students who have completed at least their freshman year of college. Internships are focused on those students who are pursuing a degree in:EngineeringConstruction ManagementSafety/Health/EnvironmentalBusiness/FinanceThe typical length of the internship is for the duration of the summer but is flexible based on the needs of the student.Benefits of being an intern with Cianbro:Health & Safety – Cianbro’s number one priority is the health & safety of its team members. Cianbro is dedicated to the belief that every team member should go home in better condition than in which they arrived. Through the internship, interns will get an inside look at Cianbro’s industry-leading safety programs and will benefit from being part of a company focused on safety, health, and wellness.Training – Interns receive boundless training opportunities; those of which are initiated with a weeklong new-hire orientation, OSHA 10 Hour training, and a Construction Boot Camp training program.Mentoring – Cianbro’s mentoring program allows interns to have direct access to years of construction experience through their mentors, experts in the construction industry. At Cianbro, it is believed that “no one in this room is smarter than all of us” and interns and seasoned construction experts collaborate to the benefit of the group as well as the individuals. As a result of the mentoring process, interns will expand their experience and have the opportunity to apply their knowledge to a variety of landmark projects.Career Development – After one or multiple summer internships, interns have the opportunity for their internship to lead to a full-time career opportunity, as many of Cianbro’s internships do.Technology – Interns are provided with the technology needed not only to perform their job at Cianbro but to establish technical skills and familiarity with industry-specific technology.Cianbro is committed to people, pride, and progress. We proudly commit to giving our interns a safe and solid foundation on which to build and progress. A wide range of work assignments are provided to help our interns develop a comprehensive understanding of the construction industry as well as develop the skills and experience valuable to their field of study. Are you ready to enhance your skills and diversify your experience through the opportunities the Cianbro team has for you?  Cianbro is an employee-owned, tobacco-free, equal opportunity employer, we do not discriminate based on marital status, race, color, creed, gender, sex, religion, national origin, gender identity, age, veteran status, union affiliation, physical or mental disability, citizenship status, sexual orientation, or genetic information.


ABA Counselor-Education Intern at Melmark New England

Employer: Melmark New England - Melmark New England Expires: 12/05/2024 Intership- Paid/UnpaidPaid: $17 per hour with a minimum of 20 hoursInternships available at the school for ABA early childhood. Any student interested in learning more about ABA and human services is encouraged to apply.Melmark New England serves children, adolescents and adults with autism spectrum disorders, acquired brain injury, neurological diseases and disorders, comorbid mental health disorders and severe challenging behaviors. Populations served are intensely physically challenging. The ABA Counselor-Education position requires that staff be aware that students who are served may exhibit aggressive and/or self-injurious behavior. Students served may have had multiple treatment failures prior to this placement. ABA Counselors are expected to implement highly technical clinical and teaching programs that require ABA Counselors to be constantly alert, attentive and ready to respond to student’s needs.


Marketing Communications Intern at The Children's Trust

Employer: The Children's Trust Expires: 09/01/2024 Contracted Student Intern - Marketing - (240005V2)DescriptionALL APPLICANTS MUST APPLY THROUGH MASSCAREERS: Job Description - Contracted Student Intern - Marketing (240005V2) (taleo.net)The Education Secretariat is committed to equity and valuing the unique and diverse characteristics and experiences of every member of its workforce. We encourage an authentic workplace where colleagues show up as their full selves, where collaboration, innovation, and connections are key to realizing our mission that all children, youth, and families thrive socially, academically, and economically. We seek teammates who are committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive work environment, where everyone is valued and engaged. We encourage you to apply and identify your strengths in these areas.  About the Children’s Trust: Children’s Trust envisions a MA where all children grow up in thriving families and communities.Mission: Children’s Trust partners with organizations and communities to drive systemic change that impacts the root causes of child abuse and neglect.  Values: Collaboration | Accountability | Inclusion | Celebrating Successes  Learn more about us and our programs here: Stop Child Abuse | Children's Trust Massachusetts childrenstrustma.orgJoin the Marketing and Communications Team at the Children’s Trust for a rewarding internship. We are a passionate team of doers and thinkers who are determined to stop child abuse in Massachusetts. We are looking for a creative, insightful, and tech-savvy communications intern who thrives on making a difference. If you are curious, flexible, self-motivated, like data, and care about the most effective ways to spread the word, then this is the position for you! In this role, you will be an integral part of the Marketing and Communications Team, working closely with team members, supporting other functional areas, participating in meetings, assisting in planning and operations, and working on key projects to help meet marketing and communications goals. You will gain skills in developing and executing marketing plans, managing website content and social media, supporting fundraising and development initiatives, legislative advocacy and promoting programs and events. Note this fall internship may have the option to extend through May or Summer 2025.Responsibilities:•    Develop content for social media, website, emails, etc.•    Maintain updates for multiple websites: childrenstrustma.org and healthyfamiliesma.org•    Develop and monitor compelling social media campaigns•    Support website changes and modifications to help improve the user experience•    Develop and/or support multimedia communications for development, including email campaigns and events•    Assist in developing, staffing and promoting events and conferences, such as our View from All Sides conference and various fundraising events•    Support the mission of the Children’s Trust and assist with other projects and areas of the organization as needed•    Perform related duties as needed Qualifications:•    Must be a current undergraduate or graduate student•    Excellent research, writing, editing, and proofing skills•    Highly communicative and collaborative•    Works effectively with minimal direction•    Strong working knowledge of social media and best practices•    Familiar with Microsoft Office Suite•    Experience or interest in email campaign software (Mailchimp), and website management, a plus•    Experience or interest in creating short-form video content   Questions regarding this position or the application process should be directed to Dawn.E.DeRoche@mas.gov.  QualificationsFirst consideration will be given to those applicants that apply within the first 14 days.Please see Preferred Qualifications. Comprehensive BenefitsWhen you embark on a career with the Commonwealth, you are offered an outstanding suite of employee benefits that add to the overall value of your compensation package. We take pride in providing a work experience that supports you, your loved ones, and your future.Want the specifics? Explore our Employee Benefits and Rewards! An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer.  Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.The Commonwealth is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, disability, national origin, veteran status, or any other basis covered by appropriate law.  Research suggests that qualified women, Black, Indigenous, and Persons of Color (BIPOC) may self-select out of opportunities if they don't meet 100% of the job requirements.  We encourage individuals who believe they have the skills necessary to thrive to apply for this role. Official Title: Contracted Student InternsPrimary Location: United States-Massachusetts-Boston-55 Court StreetJob: EducationAgency: Department of Early Education and CareSchedule: Part-timeShift: DayJob Posting: Jun 4, 2024, 3:41:54 PMNumber of Openings: 1Salary: 21.00 - 21.00 HourlyIf you have Diversity, Affirmative Action or Equal Employment Opportunity questions or need a Reasonable Accommodation, please contact Diversity Officer / ADA Coordinator: Ferdousi Faruque - 7813386108Bargaining Unit: NonConfidential: NoPotentially Eligible for a Hybrid Work Schedule: Yes


Product Specialist Intern at igus, Inc.

Employer: igus, Inc. Expires: 12/04/2024 GENERAL DESCRIPTION:With nearly 60 years of experience in developing high-performance plastic components, igus® inc is at the forefront of innovation. We are now seeking a passionate intern in product management group to develop & grow with us. The position will focus on motors and drives for our linear bearings products. Become a part of igus® and help build a digital, innovate, and sustainable future with us. RESPONSIBILITIES:Learn about stepper motors, BLDC motors and drive systems for linear motion products and help support igus’ customers and sales teams.Assist with applications engineering and problem-solvingSet up test stands and machinesLearn about our innovative expert systems and online tools where our products can be used within applications to innovate, reduce costs, and improve technologyConduct research to gain valuable insights into the marketplace for motors and drivesCollaborate with the marketing department on departmental initiativesParticipate in training programs about our products and servicesWork with international colleagues to exchange information and ideasLearn valuable project management and customer-facing skillsREQUIREMENTS:Strong technical skills: able to understand technical conceptsStrong mechanical aptitude for hands-on assembly work (setting up test equipment, assembling linear systems, etc.Student in Electrical Engineering is requiredSelf-starter; motivated, team focused and results driven with developed organizational, and time management skillsInterest in the manufacturing industryOutstanding verbal and written communication skillsProficient in the use of MS Office


Associate Consultant Intern - July 7th Deadline at Bain & Company

Employer: Bain & Company Expires: 07/07/2024 WHO YOU’LL WORK WITH:Our internship program for current students provides broad exposure to the consulting industry and teaches business strategy through full-time immersion on a Bain case team. As an Associate Consultant Intern (ACI), you'll begin with a week of intensive training to learn core consulting skills. You’ll work alongside Bain knowledge experts tackling complex business challenges and use your skills to help drive change in a range of organizations from global leaders to start-ups. You’ll also have the opportunity to secure a full-time offer to join Bain as an Associate Consultant upon completion of your studies.WHAT YOU’LL DO:Work on a case team, taking charge of a distinct aspect of the projectInterview clients' customers, competitors, suppliers and employers—work that will become the basis of the case team's strategic recommendationsOwn and identify information sources, gather and interpret data, and execute analysis to translate into meaningful insightsPresent your findings to case team members and client stakeholdersABOUT YOU:The following are typical requirements to apply for the Associate Consultant Internship. Please check our office information for exact deadlines, application information and internship duration, which may vary by officeTo apply, you'll need to submit the following items, plus any additional requirements for the main office you wish to join:Resume/CV (Word doc or PDF files only)Educational background informationWork experienceRelevant test scores (if applicable)Strong academic background and analytical skills, high motivation levels, and outstanding interpersonal skillsAll disciplines/degrees are welcomeMust on track to graduate by June 2026 (if applicable for your office)WHAT MAKES US A GREAT PLACE TO WORKWe are proud to be consistently recognized as one of the world's best places to work, a champion of diversity and a model of social responsibility. We are currently ranked the #1 consulting firm on Glassdoor’s Best Places to Work list, and we have maintained a spot in the top four on Glassdoor's list for the last 13 years. We believe that diversity, inclusion and collaboration is key to building extraordinary teams. We hire people with exceptional talents, abilities and potential, then create an environment where you can become the best version of yourself and thrive both professionally and personally. We are publicly recognized by external parties such as Fortune, Vault, Mogul, Working Mother, Glassdoor and the Human Rights Campaign for being a great place to work for diversity and inclusion, women, LGBTQ and parents.


Social Media and Business Development Intern at South Shore Crate & Pack

Employer: South Shore Crate & Pack Expires: 07/31/2024 Social Media + Business Development Intern4-month Paid Internship / Course Credit offeredPembroke, MAAugust/September – December Experience 1-2 Years in office environment or relevant internship experience  South Shore Crate and Pack is seeking a Social Media/Business Development Intern with previous internship experience and proficiency in Canva. This intern will support the Business Development and Operations teams in enhancing our sales efforts, customer relations, and social media presence. This role is integral to our company’s growth, offering a hands-on experience in business development. This is NOT a fetching-coffee internship. Our Business Development Intern will be an important part of our company’s growth.Role Specifics:Collaborate with our Business Development and Operations teams to source and organize leadsExpand our client base by following up on sales leads and establishing new communication channels with the target marketDevelop growth strategies to increase brand awareness and attract a wide variety of customers via marketing campaigns, and social media campaignsCreate engaging content for social media platforms, including Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedInWrite and schedule compelling social media captions to boost engagement Follow up with current customers and create feedback formsWrite SEO-optimized blog posts to enhance our online presence and drive traffic to our websiteBy the end of this internship you will:Professionally email customers and coworkersCreate graphic visuals for professional websites using CanvaGain advanced Microsoft Office experienceDevelop expertise in sales and lead generationUnderstand account management and administrative managementAcquire practical experience in creating and managing social media contentDevelop skills in writing effective and engaging social media captionsSkills you will learn from this internship:Lead sourcing and organizationClient communication and follow-upGrowth strategy developmentMarketing campaign creation and managementSocial media content creation & caption writingGraphic design basics for social media visuals using Canva Professional emailingSales and lead generation techniquesAccount and administrative managementSEO optimization for blog posts Requirements:Must be enrolled in a college programEntrepreneurial minded and self-drivenMust have 1-2 years of prior work experience, including at least one previous internship Must be proficient in using CanvaMust be able to commute to Pembroke, MAMust be comfortable in a fast-paced, operations environment  This internship offers a valuable opportunity to contribute to a growing company while gaining practical experience and developing essential skills in business development and social media management.


Audit Internship at Caron & Bletzer, PLLC

Employer: Caron & Bletzer, PLLC Expires: 06/25/2024 At Caron & Bletzer, PLLC, we are seeking hard-working, self motivated candidates that have strong communication and analytical skills to intern with our rapidly growing firm. We have begun recruiting for our audit internship. The internship is part-time while you are in school and becomes full time (40 hours/week) once school is on break or you have completed school. While you are in school, you set your own schedule based on the hours that work for you! Typically, interns work 8-16 hours while in school. This opportunity would be a remote position.This position offers practical, hands-on experience. As a working member of our audit team, you will spend the majority of your time completing billable audit work through out the various areas of the audit. You will have the unique opportunity to be part of the whole audit process, from the planning to the completion of issued statements. In the internship position, you will be completing detailed testing to source documents, help draft and issue financial statements and also help with our quality control check. You will be responsible for the working on client work for various clients and assisting the audit teams in bringing the audit work to completion. We are looking for candidates perusing or having obtained a Bachelor's degree in Business and prefer a candidate with a focus in accounting. We look forward to reviewing your application!


Part-time Marketing Intern at Compass- Ravida Realty

Employer: Compass- Ravida Realty Expires: 12/04/2024 Part-time Marketing Intern needed. Exciting opportunity for a strategic and motivated self-starter with initiative and creativity. Looking for a hardworking, trustworthy, and organized person, with a strong ability to multi-task. This is a great opportunity to design and develop a comprehensive marketing portfolio while gaining an understanding of the inner workings of the real estate industry. Prepare and distribute marketing materials including, flyers, submarket updates, market analyses, etc.Create new marketing material, including presentations and other pitch material for presentations.Coordinate regular mailings, manage distribution process, updates and report on activity.Create and edit presentations for prospect/client meetings.Generate company promotions including advertising, events, and exhibits.Create social media campaigns and track dataKeep customer database up to date  


Rocha-Holliday Education Fellowship at Tremont School

Employer: Tremont School Expires: 12/06/2024 Rocha-Holliday Education Fellowship in NeurodiversityTremont School, 575 Virginia Rd, Concord, MA(please note that the address in our profile is incorrect)A 5th through 12th grade and post-grad progressive school community of neurotypical and neurodiverse students seeks graduate education students to learn and contribute in research-based, human-sized conditions, where all students excel and thrive.Receive:First-hand experience in evidence-based school design; see what happens when systems are designed equitably to help all students succeed and belongAn understanding of student ownership as the primary driver of assessment and achievementThe opportunity to deconstruct labels by knowing students wellPreparation to support young people in a variety of settings across Contribute:Your passion for education and service to young peopleA commitment to making a positive difference for many previously marginalized students via coaching for academic success and personal development  15 to 20 hours a week of on-site support, plus reading a focused set of scholarly texts to better serve studentsSemester and Year-long Fellowships (2024-2025 school year):10 -20 hours per week$3000 - $6000 stipendTremont School is an independent, research-based, non-profit school in Concord, MA, and is a program of the Collaborative Learning Project. For more information and to apply, contact Colleen L. Meaney, Program Director at 781-235-4805 or message Deb Abrahams-Dematte through Handshake. Please note any applicable deadlines for your school program.


Individual Tax Intern at Waldron H. Rand & Company, P.C.

Employer: Waldron H. Rand & Company, P.C. Expires: 12/03/2024 JOB DESCRIPTION – INDIVIDUALWaldron H. Rand is a rapidly growing, suburban CPA firm and is currently seeking highly motivated tax interns to join our team. You will work closely with partners and clients to deliver outstanding service to our individual and business clients. The firm has a strong history of hiring successful interns into permanent positions with excellent growth potential.The ideal candidate will have strong interpersonal and analytical skills, as well as an ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment. During the internship, you’ll gain first-hand knowledge of the day-to-day responsibilities of servicing a diverse and challenging client base while assisting in preparation of complex individual tax returns.Other responsibilities will include:·        Organizing relevant financial materials and documents·        Accounting preparation for various small businesses·        Leverage financial records and documents to prepare income tax returnsQualifications:Currently pursuing a BA or MS degree in accounting or taxationExcellent written and verbal communication skillsHigh proficiency in use of computers and applicable software programsDetail-oriented, fast learnerWorks well as a team playerWe are passionate about providing a top-notch client experience. We take a high level of ownership of our work. If you are similarly inclined, then we want you as part of our team!


Public Accounting Intern at Waldron H. Rand & Company, P.C.

Employer: Waldron H. Rand & Company, P.C. Expires: 12/13/2024 Waldron H. Rand is a rapidly growing, suburban CPA firm and is currently seeking highly motivated interns to join our team. You will work closely with partners and clients to deliver outstanding tax and assurance services to our business clients. The firm has a strong history of hiring successful interns into permanent positions with excellent growth potential.The ideal candidate will have strong interpersonal and analytical skills, as well as an ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment. During the internship, you’ll gain first-hand knowledge of the day-to-day responsibilities of servicing a diverse and challenging client base while assisting in accounting, assurance, and tax services. This position is ideal for a candidate looking for exposure to both audit and tax roles at a public accounting firm.Other responsibilities will include:·        Organizing relevant financial materials and documents·        Accounting preparation for various business entities·        Support senior staff in compilation, review, and audit of financial statements for a diverse array of complex clients·        Prepare corporate, individual and partnership tax returns for various businesses and their ownersQualifications:Currently pursuing a BA or MS degree in accounting or taxationExcellent written and verbal communication skillsHigh proficiency in use of computers and applicable software programsDetail-oriented, fast learnerWorks well as a team playerWe are passionate about providing a top-notch client experience. We take a high level of ownership of our work. If you are similarly inclined, then we want you as part of our team!


Partnerships Intern at EnergySage

Employer: EnergySage Expires: 08/05/2024 About UsEnergySage is the leading online marketplace for solar and other clean energy technologies. We strive to make the experience of going solar as easy as booking a flight online. We are looking for passionate, collaborative, authentic individuals to join our team in making renewable energy options more accessible to consumers.APPLY HERE: https://www.energysage.com/about-us/careers/?gh_jid=4397838007 About the InternshipEnergySage partners with leading organizations across the country to educate Americans about their solar options. Types of partners include utility companies, corporations, non-profits, YouTube channels, content publishers, municipalities, and state agencies. The Partnerships Team is responsible for recruiting and onboarding new partners and working with those partners to drive more energy customers to EnergySage's tools and contribute to EnergySage's strategy.The Partnerships Intern will play a key role in ensuring that our partnerships are successful, our partners are happy, and that our audience is growing! You will have a big impact on a small team and get exposure to a number of tasks, a number of internal departments, and a range of organizations. If you are interested in sales, marketing, or operations this role is for you.Responsibilities:Researching prospective partners to identify organizations and contacts consistent with the partnerships strategySetting up tailored partner landing pagesWorking cross-functionally with internal departmentsAnalyzing and reporting out on the performance of partnership marketing and communicationsParticipating in external calls and communicating by email with partnersQualificationsUndergraduate with at least one academic year completed in sales and marketing, business, or other related areasFamiliarity with using spreadsheets including Microsoft Excel and/or Google SheetsStrong written and verbal communicationHighly organizedSelf-directed and comfortable working both independently and collaborativelyWe are EnergySage.Confidence can sometimes hold us back from applying for a job - but we believe there's no such thing as a 'perfect' candidate. So, however you identify and whatever background you bring, please apply if this is a role that would make you excited to come into work every day and help bring renewable energy to the broader market.EnergySage is committed to building a workplace that welcomes and encourages diverse perspectives. We believe that the most successful teams actively and authentically engage individuals with varied experiences and skillsets.EnergySage is an equal opportunity employer and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any kind. Applicants from a broad range of backgrounds are encouraged to apply.Visit our About Us Pages (www.energysage.com/about-us/company) to learn more about our company and our team.


Communications Assistant Co-op at National Fire Protection Association

Employer: National Fire Protection Association Expires: 12/03/2024 Headquartered in Quincy, Mass., the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is the world's leading advocate of fire prevention and life safety. With a membership that includes more than 50,000 individuals from 100 nations, our mission to make the world a safer place is accomplished through extensive research and sponsoring a variety of life-saving campaigns. The Communications Division encompasses media relations, wildland fire, public education, and the award-winning magazine NFPA Journal. General Job Description  The co-op joins an active public affairs office and assists with a variety of public relations activities. It is a hands-on experience where the successful candidate performs a number of important tasks, works with people on all levels of the organization and develops key public relations skills for today's workplace. The co-op student comes away with skills and a portfolio. JOB DUTIESWrite press releasesContribute to NFPA's social media outlets (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter) and blogsData maintenanceData analyticsWork on media distribution of press releasesWrite for NFPA publications including NFPA Journal and e-newslettersVideo productionPodcastsAssist in special event/press event preparation Candidates from diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. Personal Qualities: Hardworking, interested in learning, ability to work well with others. 


AI Intern at AG Mednet

Employer: AG Mednet Expires: 11/30/2024 About the Company:AG Mednet’s mission is to speed medical innovation from testing to patients. Judi, AG Mednet’s software platform, manages collaboration between all clinical trial constituencies by automating the complex processes needed to ensure they are fast, effective, predictable, reproducible, and compliant. Our diverse and highly talented company has an entrepreneurial, empowered, and collaborative culture. We have a casual work environment, a kitchen stocked with free snacks and Keurig coffee, and are located in the heart of Boston’s North End. About the Role:AG Mednet is interested in creating a narrow MLL model for recognizing proper names and addresses. For the AI Intern summer project, we hope to demonstrate that this is feasible, understanding that to complete the entire objective would take much longer than 8-12 weeks. We will work with you to define a very narrow end-to end proof of concept that will touch upon the different steps and tools outlined in your onboarding. You will be able to use GPT or equivalent to help you with all the tasks. This is a fantastic internship opportunity for any college students interested in AI and are seeking to gain working experience with a small software company.Education/Work Experience:Pursuing a Bachelor's or Master’s degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or related discipline  Programming experience in Python and JavaYou must have a passion and interest in AI tools; preference for candidates who have completed a university project or self-projects using AI tools (e.g. chatGPT) An out-of-box thinker; you get excited when it comes to problem solvingAbility to effectively work across small teams and with executive team membersStrong verbal and written communication skillsPreference will be given to local candidates within commuting distance to the office


Product Management Intern at TransMedics

Employer: TransMedics Expires: 11/29/2024 Position: Product Management Intern - Logistics Tech Location: TransMedics Inc, Andover, MAJob Type: Internship (Full-Time)Overview:We are seeking a motivated and dynamic Product Management Intern to support the development of our logistics tech ecosystem. This internship offers a unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience in product management, working closely with senior leaders and contributing to significant projects. The intern will assist in various aspects of logistics technology development and integration.Key Responsibilities:Co-Lead the Development of Logistics Tech Ecosystem:Assist in coordinating and managing the development of our logistics tech ecosystem.Work closely with cross-functional teams to ensure project alignment and progress.Define Business Requirements and Map to Product Features:Gather and analyze business needs from various stakeholders.Translate these needs into detailed product features and user stories under the guidance of senior team members.Work with Outside Vendor on Tech Specifications Definition:Support communication and coordination with external vendors.Help define and document technical specifications to ensure alignment with business requirements.Oversee the Development and Deployment of MVP:Assist in project management tasks related to the Minimum Viable Product (MVP) development.Monitor progress, manage timelines, and support quality assurance processes.Drive Final Logistics Tech Product Requirements Definition for Post-MVP Release:Collect and analyze feedback from MVP users and stakeholders.Support the refinement and prioritization of post-MVP product requirements.Help develop a roadmap for future releases based on user feedback and market trends.Qualifications:Education: Currently pursuing a Bachelor's or Master's degree in Business, Engineering, Computer Science, or a related field. Skills:Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities.Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment.Basic understanding of project management principles and tools.Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and project management software.Attributes:Eager to learn and take on new challenges.Detail-oriented and highly organized.Self-motivated with a proactive approach to tasks.What We Offer:Hands-on experience in product management within the logistics technology sector.Mentorship and guidance from experienced professionals.Opportunity to work on real-world projects and contribute to significant company initiatives.Flexible work hours to accommodate academic schedules.Potential for future employment opportunities based on performance.


Field Co-op/Intern: Civil & Utility at BOND Construction

Employer: BOND Construction Expires: 11/29/2024 Core Responsibilities:Assist with document control and updating drawing sets in the fieldPerform slip entry into HCSS and daily material tracking onsiteAssist with superintendents/field engineer’s duties onsiteDaily manpower trackingAssist with quality control program for installed work onsitePick up and drop off paperwork/tools/supplies as needed btw office and fieldPerform daily site walks including, as needed, photographs and inspectionsMonitor/log daily quantity claiming for production tracking Other tasks as needed Qualifications:Pursuing a Bachelor’s degree, preferably in construction management, civil engineering or a related fieldStrong communication and interpersonal skills Must be detail-oriented, organized, flexible, and able to effectively multitask. Physical Demands:The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear.  The employee is occasionally required to sit; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. Equal Employment Opportunity PolicyBOND has a culture of and is committed to treating its employees with dignity and respect and maintaining a work environment that lives by its core values: Integrity, Commitment, Teamwork, Innovation, and Excellence.BOND is an equal opportunity employer and abides by the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and we are committed to accommodating those with disabilities. We prohibit discrimination and harassment of any type and afford equal employment opportunities to employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex/gender, national origin, age, disability, ancestry, veteran status or military obligations, sexual orientation, reproductive health decision making, genetic information, protective hairstyles, domestic violence experience or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. If you need assistance or accommodation due to a disability, you may contact us at humanresources@bondbrothers.com or at 617-387-6400. 


Audit Tax Co-Op Spring 2025 at E.J. Callahan & Associates, LLC.

Employer: E.J. Callahan & Associates, LLC. Expires: 12/31/2024 E.J. Callahan & Associates Company Description Passion. Team. Focus Awarded "Best Places to Work" and ranked one of the 50 fastest growing companies in Massachusetts by the Boston Business Journal for 3 consecutive years, E. J. Callahan & Associates is a CPA firm that serves as business advisor, accountant and consultant to Boston’s construction, real-estate, manufacturing, professional services and non-profit industries. We have a passion for partnering with our clients to help them achieve and sustain success.Roles at EJC are dynamic in nature as team members work in both audit and tax on businesses small and large in a variety of industries. We value working as a team to achieve the highest results for our clients through strategic business planning, financial reporting and analysis, income tax planning, forecasting, benchmarking, contract evaluation, merger and acquisition and succession planning. Our small business and start-up sectors are growing rapidly as we provide bookkeeping, information system set up and business advisory services to entrepreneurs who are looking to further their impact.At EJC, we place an emphasis on professional development and advancement through our mentor, student loan payoff and tuition reimbursement programs. We believe the key to success is continuous learning.  Audit / Tax Coop Position DescriptionAt E.J. Callahan & Associates, interns work with large and small companies in various industries. They develop strong working relationships with clients built on understanding their businesses and challenges. Interns work on multiple team engagements throughout the year, including handling several aspects of any particular assignment - not just one part. Working in a mutually respectful and supportive team environment helps our associates perform at their best and integrate their career with their personal life. Candidate’s responsibilities include:AUDIT:Understanding client’s needs and expectations, their business and industry, accounting and control systems, employees, company values and industry-related GAAP and GAAS issuesDeveloping an understanding of the EJC audit approach and toolsPerforming substantive tests and tests of internal controls to identify and resolve accounting or reporting issuesDrafting financial statements under prescribed formatsTAX:Completing tax planning and researchPreparing federal and state & local tax returnsUnderstanding tax regulations and accounting pronouncementsBasic Qualifications:90 Credit hours completedWorking towards B.A / B.S. degree or equivalent from an accredited universityAccounting MajorTravel to assigned client locations is required. Must have access to and ability to arrange for use of reliable transportation to those locationsA minimum 3.5 GPA is preferredSchedule:Monday to Saturday (60 hours/week)Ability to Commute/Relocate:Wakefield, MA 01880 (Required)


Global Postdoctoral Fellowship at KAUST

Employer: KAUST Expires: 11/27/2024 King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) seeks to be a catalyst for societal and economic change in Saudi Arabia and the world, addressing national and global needs under four research priorities: Economies of the future, Health & Wellness, Sustainable environment & Essential needs, Energy & Industrial Leadership.  The KAUST Global Postdoctoral Fellowship Program is one of several KAUST initiatives that support early-career scientists and engineers. Launched in 2021, the fellowship funds scientists to conduct their research at KAUST for three years. The selection of fellows is based on outstanding scientific accomplishments as well as a research proposal that is aligned with the University’s research priorities. Following the KAUST strategy, innovation and the potential for commercialization are also weighed in the decision. Global Fellows have access to the exceptional infrastructure available at KAUST, including one of the world's fastest supercomputers, a comprehensive suite of electron microscopes, nuclear magnetic resonance machines and other imaging instruments, a class 100 cleanroom for nanofabrication, a series of research vessels to explore the Red Sea, and much more. They also benefit from several learning and development programs available at KAUST for certification in teaching, leadership and other subjects. About the fellowshipThe KAUST Global Fellowship Program is designed to attract emerging research leaders working across areas under the four research priorities of KAUST. It supports excellent postdoctoral researchers taking the initial steps towards a fully independent research career by providing them the resources to conduct and manage a three-year research project. Global Fellows enjoy opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration and research, leadership and teaching certification, community engagement, mentorship, access to an international alumni network, and a welcoming staff dedicated to the wellbeing of all Global Fellows.  RequirementsPh.D. degree related to the four research priorities of KAUSTUp to 4 years of post-PhD experienceStrong communication skills and fluency in EnglishSubmission of an innovative research proposalSupport letter from a KAUST host PI Applicants should apply through the online application form and following the instructions on the KAUST Global Fellowship Program website https://kgfp.kaust.edu.sa/What we offer3 years fixed term contract (with an evaluation at the end of the 2nd year)Annual stipend of 75,000 USDIndependent annual research budget of up to 40,000 USDAccess to unparalleled laboratory facilitiesCareer and professional development programs, including mentoring, teaching, and leadership programsMedical insurance, accommodation depending on family status, schooling for up to 2 kids, relocation, and annual travel allowance 


Energy Sales Specialist - HYBRID (Rhode Island Resident) at Dynamic Control Technologies

Employer: Dynamic Control Technologies Expires: 06/25/2024 Energy Sales Specialist - HYBRID *Rhode Island Resident *recent grads are encouraged to apply!Job description: We are a growing, Energy Conservation and Industrial Automation company located in Westford, MA needing a Energy Sales Specialist to join our team and grow with it. The ideal candidate will be self-motivated and hungry to generate results. The candidate will participate in the early stages of the sales funnel through completed sales.Responsibilities:You will be a key member of our customer facing sales team to develop opportunities and execute sales strategiesProactively seek new business opportunities in the marketContact potential clients through cold calls and emailsKeep company CRM up to date with all activities and strategiesSkills:Hands-on experience with multiple sales techniques (including cold calls)Excellent verbal and written communication skillsStrong customer service orientation and follow-up skillsAbility to take initiative and work independently, as well as the ability to work as a teamFull Time Benefits:401(k)401(k) matchingDental insurance100 % Employer paid Health insurance$10,000 Life insurance PolicyPTOPaid HolidaysPaid Sick TimeVision insuranceGym membership reimbursementsCompensation: is based on experience. Pay will be base with commission target: 95k annually for full time Job Types: Full-time, Part-timeSupplemental Pay Types:Commission PayBonus PayPerformance BonusShiftMonday - Thursday10-hour shiftWork setting:Hybrid office1-2 Day per week local (Rhode Island) travel 


Laboratory Summer Internship at HebeCell

Employer: HebeCell Expires: 11/22/2024 Laboratory Summer Internship   HebeCell Corp is looking for a motivated, detailed-orientated senior student/new graduate to participate in our summer intern program. This person will be involved in general lab organization, document organization, scribing and scanning, working with other R&D team members in experiments. This person is likely to start with staging lab and document organization, at the same time being trained to culture human pluripotent stem cells and to perform related characterization assays. This position will be ideal for students who want to experience working in a fast pace small biotech industrial environment. This position will have an opportunity to extend into a full-time position after this summer.   Requirements:Basic understanding of cell biology Attention to details, good record keepingExcellent communication skills, both in oral and written Since 2016, we have grown HebeCell into a leading innovator in our field. HebeCell is advancing its Unique Off-The-Shelf protoNK product into the clinic, targeting cancers, autoimmune and infectious diseases. We are primarily engaged in developing universal and cost-effective NK cell therapeutics based on its proprietary 3D-pluripotent stem cell (PSC) platform, the off-the-shelf NK cell products will be readily available to all patients worldwide. Most importantly, we have developed and patented a method of producing allogeneic natural killer (NK) cells indefinitely from human pluripotent stem cells (hPSCs) by suspending them in a liquid solution within specially engineered bioreactors. We operate a fully equipped, state-of-the-art laboratory in Natick, MA, one of the world’s largest biotech hubs.  We look forward to someone wanting to learn and grow with company. To apply, please submit your cover letter/ resume to: info@hebecell.com


Accounting Intern - Winter 2025 at Katz, Nannis & Solomon, P.C.

Employer: Katz, Nannis & Solomon, P.C. Expires: 12/31/2024 General duties of an intern will include, but are not limited to, preparing tax returns (individual and entity), work with team members on audit and review engagements, assist scanning and filing of tax information, direct client contact and support for the accounting and tax departments. You will have the ability to work on both audit and tax engagements, as deemed necessary based on team needs throughout busy season.Candidates must be college students with a major in accounting, be dependable, exhibit good communication and computer skills, and a willingness to learn and grow with our Firm. Must be organized and able to handle working in a high-paced environment and meet deadlines.


Summer Intern (Office Administration) at The Phia Group

Employer: The Phia Group Expires: 06/30/2024 The Phia Group is comprised of The Phia Group, LLC and Phia Group Consulting, LLC (“PGC”), and is a service- oriented organization assisting employee health plans nationwide. We provide our clients with innovative cost-cutting solutions and constantly expanding service offerings. We continue to enjoy growth thanks to our most valuable resource – our talented and committed team. The Office Administrator handles and manages front desk/reception tasks for the organization; including incoming and outgoing mail.At The Phia Group, whose mission is to provide high quality yet affordable healthcare to American employees and their dependents, you can look forward to not only exceptional benefits for yourself but also being immersed in a company that has been named one of USA Today’s top workplaces for 2024. We believe that this distinction, which stems from the fourth-annual survey co-sponsored by Energage and USA Today, reflects our unwavering commitment to upholding an internal culture of inclusivity, enjoyment, and empathy for our valued employees.Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.Opening, organizing, distributing and scanning incoming mail and faxesOutgoing mailGreeting, signing in and escorting all office visitors and vendorsMaintaining the conference room schedule and appearanceNotifying staff of any deliveries including packages and/or lunchDistributing of office suppliesGeneral administration tasksMay be assigned other duties as are deemed necessaryExperience and QualificationsStrong interpersonal, team and communication skillsAttention to detail and the ability to multi-taskAbility to sense the importance or impact of issues and take appropriate actions.High School Diploma preferredProficiency using Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook required.Self-motivated and able to meet deadlines under pressure.Working Conditions / Physical DemandsSitting at workstation for prolong periods of time. Extensive computer work. Workstation may be exposed to overhead fluorescent lighting and air conditioning. Fast paced work environment. Operates office equipment including personal computer, copiers, and fax machines.This job description is not intended to be and should not be construed as an all-inclusive list of all the responsibilities, skills or working conditions associated with the position. While it is intended to accurately reflect the position activities and requirements, the company reserves the right to modify, add or remove duties and assign other duties as necessary.External and internal applicants, as well as position incumbents who become disabled as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, must be able to perform the essential job functions (as listed here) either unaided or with the assistance of a reasonable accommodation to be determined by management on a case by case basis.


US Tax Reporting & Analysis Intern at Boston Consulting Group (BCG)

Employer: Boston Consulting Group (BCG) Expires: 11/16/2024 WHAT YOU'LL DOStudent will be required to perform various tasks within the tax department including, but not limited to, assistance with preparation of US and State corporate income tax returns, prepare annual reports and assist with support for both domestic and international tax audits. In addition, there are a variety of on-going projects, often working with other teams within finance both in the US and Foreign offices, that will require support. Student will be trained on and use Oracle general ledger system, CorpTax tax preparation software, Trello Calendar, Slack, Palette, and SharePoint. YOU'RE GOOD ATGeneral computer skills, plus strong knowledge of Excel with a high degree of attention to detailStrong communication, organizational and time management skills, able to multi-taskMust be currently enrolled in an accredited college/university degree programMust be able to work full-time (40 hours/week) throughout the minimum duration of the internshipMust be authorized to work in the United States YOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)Understanding of accounting principlesFluent in Excel, Word and overall general computer skills YOU'LL WORK WITHMembers of our finance team are responsible for preserving the intellectual capital, assets, and integrity of BCG. We make a decisive impact on the firm’s direction, performance, and risk-management models. Finance jobs include accounting and reporting, planning and analysis, tax and treasury, financial systems, payroll, and executive compensation.


Insurance Internship at J.J. Best Bank &Co

Employer: J.J. Best Bank &Co Expires: 11/15/2024 We have a great opportunity for a paid summer internship. We offer a unique opportunity to work closely with licensed insurance agents in the exciting classic and collector car industry. This opportunity provides the candidate with access to interesting work in a casual professional environment. Our insurance agency is in the same building as our finance company and the agents work closely with loan officers. We are a national auto lender and provide a wonderful opportunity to someone looking to gain interesting and useful experience in the insurance and financing world. Our loans are for classic, exotic, or collectible vehicles which make for an exciting and interesting professional experience.


Information Technology (IT) Intern at Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst Association (CAIA)

Employer: Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst Association (CAIA) Expires: 11/15/2024 Job Title: Information Technology (IT) InternSalary Range: $15 - $18 per hourLocation: Amherst MA (Hybrid)Duration: 6 months The CAIA Association is the global authority in alternative investment education. Best known for the CAIA Charter, an internationally recognized finance credential and gateway to a network of over 12,000 CAIA Members who are leaders in the field. Our Headquarter is in Amherst, MA. Job Description:We are seeking a highly motivated and tech-savvy individual to join our team as an IT Intern. This internship offers hands-on experience in various aspects of IT operations, including but not limited to, hardware and software administration, data analytics, and IT project assistance. The ideal candidate will have a passion for technology, strong problem-solving skills, and a desire to learn and grow in a fast-paced environment.Responsibilities:Provide technical support to employees for hardware, software, and network-related issues.Assist with the installation, configuration, and maintenance of computer systems, software, and peripherals.Troubleshoot and resolve IT-related problems in a timely manner.Assist in managing and maintaining data reports, analytics, and associated software.Help with the documentation of IT processes, procedures, and system configurations.Collaborate with IT team members on various projects and initiatives.Stay up to date with emerging technologies and trends in the IT industry.Perform other duties as assigned.Requirements:Currently pursuing a degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, or related field.Strong technical aptitude and willingness to learn.Basic knowledge of computer hardware, software, and networking concepts.Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills.Ability to work independently and in a team environment.Strong communication and interpersonal skills.Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite.Previous experience with IT support or related field is a plus.  CAIA is an equal opportunity employer. The CAIA Association, a global professional body, pioneers a new era in investment management. At the forefront of the shifting of alternative investment asset classes from 'alternative' to mainstream, CAIA embraces diverse expertise and interdisciplinary knowledge essential for responsible capital allocation and client stewardship. A Member-driven organization representing professionals in more than 100 countries, the organization seeks to prepare investors for a dynamic future, disrupting traditions, creating opportunities, and fostering long-term sustainability. To learn more about the CAIA Association and how to become part of a professional network that is shaping the future of investing, please visit https://caia.org/.   


Business Development Intern at Mundoprints LLC

Employer: Mundoprints LLC Expires: 11/13/2024 Business Development InternPosition Overview:We are seeking a dynamic and detail-oriented intern with a knack for creating impactful business and finance presentations. This role will involve working closely with our finance, marketing, and strategy people to develop high-quality decks and presentations that effectively communicate complex data and strategic initiatives.Currently pursuing or recently completed a degree in Business, Finance, Marketing, Communications, or a related field. Proven experience in creating professional presentations and decks for business and finance purposes.Proficiency in presentation software such as Microsoft PowerPoint, Google Slides, and design tools like Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator) is a plus.Ability to convey complex information in a clear and visually appealing manner.Excellent written and verbal communication skills.Please contact us, we work remotely.  $17 ~ $ 37 according to experience 


Operations/Accounts Receivable Intern at HealthDrive

Employer: HealthDrive Expires: 07/05/2024 HealthDrive is seeking an enthusiastic Operations/Accounts Receivable Intern to join our team!  We are looking for someone who can be in-office for this summer internship for 16 to 40 hours per week.We are conveniently located off Route 9 in Framingham, Massachusetts, close to routes 90 and 495 in a spacious modern office with a workout center available right in the building!HealthDrive delivers on-site dentistry, optometry, podiatry, audiology, behavioral health, and primary care services to residents in long-term care, skilled nursing, and assisted living facilities. Each specialty offered by HealthDrive is one that directly impacts the quality of daily life for the deserving residents we serve. HealthDrive connects patients in need of vital healthcare to doctors committed to dignity and excellence.The pay rate for this role is $16.00 per hour.Responsibilities include:Performing data entry, insurance verification, reviewing medical records and documentationOpening and sorting mail & hearing aids/eyeglasses/dentures that come in for repairCompletion of mailing projectsLabeling of received faxed documentsScanning received paper documentationResearching returned mail addressesChecking voicemails and answering service messagesCall center coverageCompiling paperwork electronically from HealthDrive systems and efaxing packets for authorizationGenerating invoices and emailing them to facility partners.Researching denied authorizations and coordinating with other departments on outcomes.Other projects as assigned.Physical requirements:Ability to sit for long periods of time.Ability to use office equipment such as computer, phone, fax, and copier.  Microsoft Office experience preferred.Ability to lift up to 10 lbs. occasionally for duties related to office work.Education requirement: high school diploma or equivalent.


Fall 2024 Internships at GrooveBoston

Employer: GrooveBoston Expires: 07/31/2024 Fall 2024 INTERNSHIPSGBM6 is excited to announce the Fall 2024 internship program, which offers students valuable hands-on experience in the events industry.For consideration, all applicants are expected to have a working knowledge of the GBM6 brand, culture, and mission.Please read the following information carefully, and send your cover letter and resume to ships@gbm6.com. Applications are due by Wednesday, July 31 2024.RESPONSIBILITIES:Internship duties will include a combination of the following:Marketing/BrandingCommunications/OutreachOperations & LogisticsTechnical ProductionREQUIREMENTS:All interns will be expected to meet the following requirements:Attend team meetings each week.Work on group projects, up to 2 hours per week.Work all events, which are generally Fridays and/or Saturdays, plus travel time for non-local projects.COMPENSATION:$50 per week, plus $200 per eventSchool credit, if applicable, depending on program requirementsAccess to GBM6 "Treats" program


Sales Account Executive Internship at Trustit Management Inc

Employer: Trustit Management Inc Expires: 11/03/2024 Join Our Team as a Sales Account Executive!Are you passionate about driving sales, building relationships, and achieving targets? Do you thrive in a dynamic environment where your efforts directly impact company growth? If so, we want YOU to join our team as a Sales Account Executive!As a Sales Account Executive, you will:Develop and execute strategic plans to drive sales growth and expand our customer base.Build and maintain strong, long-lasting customer relationships through effective communication and exceptional service.Identify new business opportunities and potential clients while nurturing existing accounts.Collaborate with cross-functional teams to ensure customer satisfaction and achieve revenue targets.Provide valuable insights and feedback to continuously improve our products and services.Requirements:Proven track record of success in sales, with experience in account management or business development preferred.Excellent communication and negotiation skills.Strong organizational and time management abilities.Ability to collaborate effectively with internal and external stakeholders.Results-oriented mindset with a focus on exceeding targets.If you're ready to take your sales career to the next level and make an impact in a dynamic, fast-paced environment, apply now to join our team as a Sales Account Executive! 


Program Associate at Navigation Games

Employer: Navigation Games Expires: 10/30/2024 SummaryThe Program Associate delivers Navigation Games programming for children, adults and educators. You will also have the opportunity to learn about and help with program planning and design, as well as other aspects of programs such as client communications, marketing, staff management and expense tracking. This is a part-time or full-time position, with hours determined based on our program times and your interest in work beyond program delivery. The position reports to the Program Manager. The Position:The Program Associate’s key responsibility is program delivery. In addition, the Associate will have the opportunity to learn about and help with all other aspects of Navigation Games programming, including client communications, marketing, program design, staff management and expense tracking. The position reports to the Program Manager. The position is a part-time or full-time position - the number of hours and time of work will vary depending on the programs that are occurring and the availability of the individual. This position would suit a college student, working parent or individual who would like a flexible schedule and who would be able to select the programming hours that they can commit to. At a minimum, the individual will deliver programming. In addition, they may also be involved in planning, program preparation and after-program evaluation, according to interest and availability. As Navigation Games grows, the expectation is that this position could turn into a full-time position or could remain covered by multiple part-time employees. Navigation Games strives to create opportunities for growth for all employees through professional development.  Navigation Games is currently operating as a hybrid work environment. All staff must be present in our Cambridge office weekly and have access to a remote office environment that allows staff to complete all assigned work tasks remotely. Programming is delivered in the Greater Boston area, primarily during school hours and with the occasional evening / weekend event. Staff are expected to use their own vehicle and be able and willing to drive to program sites. Key Responsibilities:Responsible for excellence in execution across all aspects of program deliveryRun all aspects of programming (“Program Execution”)Support the planning for, execution of and documentation of all safety considerationsSupport the application for any permits and make sure that all permit requirements are adhered toCommunicate smoothly, effectively and efficiently with clients and participantsSupport the coordination and complementarity of activities with local orienteering clubs, especially around use of their maps, and recruitment of volunteers, and avoiding any perceived encroachment in the area of public eventsPrepare all equipment and materials and ensure that they are correctly utilized by program attendeesUse each program as an outreach opportunity to parents and educator networksExecute programming Support the documentation of each aspect of the program execution Run all aspects of the programming follow up (“Program Follow up”)Capture and analyze feedbackCollect all equipment and materials and clean / repair so that they are  ready for the next programIdentify opportunities for outreach and development of follow-on opportunitiesCapture client contact information for future use by Navigation Games.Identify possible outreach opportunities for parents and educator networksKeep all program-related documentation up-to-date, including:Program databasePost-program documentation, staff reflections and client feedbackTime sheets detailing hours worked, including the amount of time, the type of work, and information about programs delivered. Planning documents for each program that would enable others to deliver a similar program in the futureSupport staff developmentProvide onboarding training for all StaffProvide ongoing training to all StaffManage and coordinate volunteersSupport the compilation of programming reportingA monthly plan in advance of each month, with time estimates against billable projects and approved projects, and key deliverablesProgram execution against monthly plan at the end of each monthContribute to curriculum development and publication projects, to enable others outside of Navigation Games to deliver orienteering-based experiential educationParticipate in weekly team meetings and additional check-ins, on an as needed basisAttend board meetings and support Navigation Games to continue fulfilling its mission, on an as needed basis QualificationsThese are guidelines. You may not meet every qualification listed or you may bring a valuable perspective and experience we may not have considered. If your skills are transferable and you think you would be a good fit for this role, please apply.Commitment to and interest in the Navigation Games mission1+ year working with young people as an educator or youth development professional, with experience teaching in-school, out-of-school and/ or summer programsStrong interpersonal skills with youth, families, and peers that reflect cultural sensitivity, respect for differences, deep listening and clear communicationAbility and desire to work independently and as part of a teamDetail-oriented, creative, resourceful, and ready to problem solveCommitted to ongoing learning and growth as an educator/ youth workerWillingness to learn about orienteeringReadiness to work outside, undeterred by inclement weatherAbility to move equipment and be on feet for several hours at a timeDriving license Desired QualificationsExperience teaching outdoor education, physical education or orienteeringExperience in program and activity design Experience designing physical education curriculum for youth and adultsExperience reaching out, cultivating, maintaining and building relationships with potential and existing clients and community partnersExperience training others to delivery programming Diversity, equity, and inclusion are among the core principles that define our work, and thus we actively seek to build a team that is inclusive of diverse backgrounds, perspectives and experiences. Navigation Games does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, gender, religion, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or citizenship in any of its programs. It is Navigation Games’ policy to maintain a safe, educational and engaging work environment free of unlawful discrimination and harassment in any form. All offers of employment at Navigation Games are contingent upon clear results of a thorough background check. 


iSponsor PAID Sales Associate Internship at iSponsor

Employer: iSponsor Expires: 06/21/2024 iSponsor is offering a lucrative opportunity for self-motivated and enthusiastic individuals who want experience in sales with unlimited earning potential. Candidates residing in the New England area, who are in a communications/business-related field are preferred and have an athletic background are desirable.iSponsor is a shopping gateway that serves as a fundraising and sponsorship platform for groups and businesses. A space where shoppers can buy consciously, businesses can be socially responsible, and groups can fundraise with ease. We want to build community ties and make the world a better place - all through your everyday shopping. iSponsor USA recently launched our new and innovative Premium Model which is an annual subscription to thousands of digital coupons and discounted travel deals for everyday shoppers. Our interns receive comprehensive training to learn the ins and outs of the product, while being trained to pitch to target markets. Interns will engage in one-on-one conversations, home visits, calls to the everyday consumer that are in and out of their network. Additionally, there will be opportunities to target special events like tournaments or well-attended games, community gatherings and charitable events.A successful representative has a positive attitude, enjoys interacting with other people, and is able to handle himself or herself in a professional manner. There will be opportunities for motivated individuals to be involved in aspects of growing the business.RequirementsComplete onboarding training with a focus on learning about iSponsor, the product and developing sales pitches and targeting key markets.Canvas neighborhoods, prospect networks, communicate with prospects and generate interest and sales while helping families save money through our consumer-focused sales practice.Be professional and courteous while educating consumers on the benefits of purchasing iSponsor Premium.Represent iSponsor and its brand with professionalism and integrityRecruit top talent and network with like-minded peoplePresenting iSponsor Premium to prospective customers and fulfilling orders.Reviewing personal performance with their manager through meetings and over the phone.  Optional advanced training sessions to increase knowledge and productivityWork Location: On the road Desired Experience and Qualifications Must possess a strong desire to set and achieve goals Must have excellent communication and customer service skillsMust be self-driven & highly motivated Must have reliable transportation Applicants must be 18 years old or older Must have a cell phone or tablet with data and internetComprehensive training is provided, so prior experience is not necessary.Representatives must be at least 18 years old and have a high school degree.Job Type:Internship/Part-Time/Full-timeCompensation PackageBecause Sales Representatives are paid commissions based on their individual performance, individual earnings will vary. Pay: $52,000.00 - $170,000.00 per yearBenefitsUnlimited Earning PotentialFlexible scheduleCommission payAdvancement to salaried role


Supply Chain Intern / Coop at American Flowform and Machining

Employer: American Flowform and Machining Expires: 10/11/2024 Primary Purpose of this JobThe Supply Chain intern will be responsible for assisting supply chain team in meeting both departmental and corporate objectives. This individual will have the opportunity to become an instrumental part of the daily supply chain activities, including reporting, analytics, purchase order creation and maintenance, pricing negotiations, and supplier management.Additional ResponsibilitiesAssist/Support Purchasing department on a daily basis. Participate in weekly supply planning meetings. Assist with supplier communications on daily topics. Generate process and procedure documents for critical supply chain functions. Assist the Supply Chain team with reporting of departmental objectives. Interface with the suppliers on delivery and pricing targets. Perform data collection, spreadsheet creation, and data analysis. Assist business planning team with various forecasting and analysis as needed.Basic QualificationsUndergraduate or graduate business student with/or pursuing major in Supply Chain Management or related Business degree.  Knowledge, Skills and AbilitiesSkilled in:Solid analytical skills and self-motivated. Ability to effectively communicate to all levels of the organization. Willingness to work in a team environment. Handle multiple activities simultaneously and ensure accurate and timely completion of tasks. Proficient user of Microsoft Office Tools: Excel, PowerPoint, and Word. Communicate in English (both written and oral) as it relates to the jobAdapt to changing work environment, competing demands, able to deal with frequent change, delays, and unexpected eventsCommunicate and work with all levels of staff in various departmentsPhysical DemandsThe physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by and employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to:Walk; sit; stand; bend; lift; reach with hands and arms; stoop; kneel; crouch; crawl; use hands to fingers; handle or feel objects; and move continually during working hoursLift over 50 pounds, along with over the head liftingVision abilities, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust and focus DisclaimersThe job description is:Intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title. It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, skills and behaviors of employees in this job.Not an employment agreement or contract. American Flowform and Machining has the exclusive right to alter this job description at any time without notice.Intended to describe the essential functions of the position that a qualified individual must be able to perform, either with or without reasonable accommodation. American Flowform and Machining will provide equal employment opportunities to all applicants without regard to applicant’s race, color, religion, sex, gender, genetic information, national origin, age, veteran status, disability status, or any other status protected by federal or state law. The company will provide reasonable accommodations to allow an applicant to participate in the hiring process if so requested.


Graduate Fellowship in K-12 Education at Merrimack College Teacher Fellowship Program

Employer: Merrimack College Teacher Fellowship Program Expires: 10/10/2024 Merrimack College is currently seeking talented candidates for a number of Graduate Fellowship positions in the area of K-12 Education. As a graduate fellow, you’ll work in a Massachusetts partner school district alongside an experienced mentor teacher, where you will gain unparalleled hands-on experience as you earn your master's degree in preparation for a career in education. Your fellowship will run in tandem with your graduate studies, from May of 2024, through June of 2025. You'll earn your M.Ed and Initial Teaching License in one year, tuition-free while gaining the experience and professional connections to boost your career as a K-12 Teacher.Position ResponsibilitiesFellows work the same hours/days as professional teachersFellows are required to adhere to all site policies and proceduresFellows receive academic credit for the fellowship experience and must attend seminar class in both semesters and complete all the assignments, either online or on campusFellows are required to document their hours for their area of licensure.Fellows & Program Supervisors & Supervising Practitioners are required to meet to discuss observations and student progressFellows who are seeking initial licensure must complete three, 3-way conferences during the year based on the Candidate Assessment of Performance (CAP)Who Can Apply?College graduates with a strong academic background in liberal arts or sciences are encouraged to apply.  No previous teaching experience or coursework is required, but a commitment and belief that every child deserves a great education is necessary.For more information: https://www.merrimack.edu/academics/education-and-social-policy/graduate/teacher-education/fellowships/Position Responsibilities:If you’re selected for a graduate fellowship, you will:Complete a 12-month field-based experience at a Massachusetts K-12 partner school districtServe 30-35 hours a week at your placement site while taking graduate courses either 100% online or on campus throughout the school year.Earn your master's degree and initial license in one year, tuition free.To be considered for a Teacher Education Fellowship, please submit an up-to-date resume and we will email you with additional information about the next steps in the application process.Job Types: Part-time, InternshipBenefits:Tuition reimbursementSchedule:Monday to FridayWork setting:In-personApplication Question(s):To be considered for this graduate fellowship position, you must apply for and be accepted into the Merrimack College Master of Education Teacher Fellowship.Education:Bachelor's (Required)Work Location: In person, Coursework to be completed either online or in person 


Photography Intern at WOW Connections, LLC

Employer: WOW Connections, LLC Expires: 10/10/2024 Photographer Intern Position Do you have what it takes? What will you gain?This role offers the intern a total immersion into a busy digital marketing business and the successful candidate will work closely with key members of our marketing team.The ideal intern will have the opportunity to earn college/academic credits during the internship and they will have the chance to learn from successful professionals in the field.Learn how to utilize different advanced photo editing tools, such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premier, other online editing tools, and AI integrations.You will work in a fun, fast-paced environment and will finish the internship having gained valuable experience in various aspects of commercial photography. Requirements:Must have basic knowledge on how to capture high-quality images of our products for our website and social media publications. This is an important duty that must be completed in order to fulfill this internship.The ideal candidate would be a hard worker eager to learn, who pays attention to detail, and who has a love for photographyBasic knowledge of how to touch up, resize for social media, and filter images as necessary. Assist in the creation of product inventory and labeling.Must be highly organized and self-motivated; able to multitask and work within set deadlinesKnowledge of photographic styles, with an eye for outstanding photographyProduct images will be used on social media, website and our product databaseMost have basic knowledge of photography terms such as depth of field, lighting, contrast, ISO, image resolution, and different photography modes such as manual, aperture priority, shutter speed, etc.You will learn how to optimize images for search visibility Rocio Mancia - Director of Marketing and Consultantrmancia@wowconnections.net  The ideal candidate will present their photography portfolio, showcasing their work. This is an unpaid intern position. However, if you successfully demonstrate the professionalism and qualities we seek, you could start earning a competitive salary after the temporary/seasonal position has ended.


Outreach and Education Specialist at Whale and Dolphin Conservation

Employer: Whale and Dolphin Conservation Expires: 07/01/2024 The mission of the Commonwealth Corps service internship program is to engage Massachusetts residents of all ages, backgrounds, and identities in direct service to strengthen communities, address critical needs, and increase volunteerism. Through hands-on experience, Commonwealth Corps members gain professional skills and valuable knowledge while positively impacting diverse communities in our state.   The Massachusetts Service Alliance (MSA) is a private, nonprofit agency that oversees the program and supports host site partners and members to find success throughout the program year. The two Commonwealth Corps members with Whale & Dolphin Conservation will serve 10 months in a full-time capacity. They will join a diverse corps of members across Massachusetts who share a common desire to discover their passion and build their network in service to their communities and the Commonwealth. The mission of Whale & Dolphin Conservation (WDC) is to amaze people with the wonder of whales and dolphins and inspire global action to protect them. WDC will host two full-time Commonwealth Corps members who will serve as Education Specialist to educate people of different ages, backgrounds and abilities in Massachusetts. Through their service, members will help increase conservation literacy of marine mammals by increasing our number of individual contacts, seek and build strategic relationships with schools, teachers and community partners. They will also develop high-quality, inquiry-based lessons and activities centered on marine conservation and science literacy that will continue to be utilized for years to come. In addition, they will leverage 20 volunteers that will be engaged in education & outreach. What You'll Do: Essential Responsibilities: Complete a minimum of 1500 hours of service, serving August 19, 2024 through June 21, 2025.Attend a minimum of 6 Commonwealth Corps trainings and service events held by MSA post orientation.Participate in a minimum of 1 hour of MSA-related activities each week. This include filling out timesheets, completing a bi-monthly reflection or check-in, or other MSA-related tasks or activities.Facilitate education programs for schools and communities.Seek and build relationships with schools, teachers, and community partners to implement various WDC education programs.Develop creative lesson plans connected to Next Generation Science Standards.Respond to calls and provide outreach to the community on marine mammals and strandings.Develop and complete a project by completion of the service term. Projects could be to develop virtual program options and public education opportunities, in addition to conducting outreach and attending events.Marginal Responsibilities: Train & mentor approximately 20 WDC volunteers. The volunteers will be participating in education programs, assisting in the office, and assisting WDC’s Marine Animal Rescue & Response program.Attend community eventssuch as farmers markets, library events, Girl Scout events, STEM events, and more.Be a part of the greater Commonwealth Corps community, including participating in cross-site learning groups, writing a short profile for the CC newsletter, connecting with other members on our online platforms, and attending optional social/service events.Who You Are: You must be: A Massachusetts resident with legal authorization to work in the U.S.18 years of age at minimum (member age range is 18 – 70+ years old).Excited to give back to your community and interested in developing your skills and gaining new professional experiences.Able to balance service internship commitments with personal commitments in a sustainable way.Experience with Microsoft office.Enjoy interacting with children, diverse audiences and teams.Able to drive a vehicle & pass a background check.Able to lift or move heavy objects up to 50 pounds and work outside in adverse weather conditions.Fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (unless the individual qualifies for exception under applicable law relating to disability or sincerely held religious belief). CDC COVID recommendations are reviewed at frequent intervals and guide the updating of WDC's protocols to keep employees safe.It would also be great if you: Are eager to dive into new experiences and enjoy having a variety of tasks to work onAre comfortable with public speaking.Speak a second language in addition to English – multi-lingual candidates encouraged to apply.What You'll Get: Stipend of $1,250 semi-monthly while in service, up to $26,250, minus taxes and withholdings;Health insurance (individual coverage only)Member assistance program, including unlimited, confidential, 24/7, phone counseling services and up to three free, in-person counseling sessions, plus a lot moreCompletion award of up to $4000 (upon successful completion of service, minus taxes and withholdingsReimbursement for outside training or professional development opportunities relevant to member’s service and/or goals (Up to $100; Dependent on approval from MSA)Professional development opportunities in marine scienceVehicle use of WDC company vehicle for work-related travelOptional enrollment in WDC’s corporate gym membership at a greatly reduced rateExtensive training from MSA with a diversity, equity and inclusion focus and other professional development opportunitiesLimited reimbursement for travel to Corps-wide MSA-sponsored activitiesInternet reimbursement up to $50/month while required to complete some service from home if required by siteLimited travel reimbursement from their host site for certain service-related travel away from their usual service location, according to that agency's policiesMental Health/Personal Day once per month counting towards 8hrs (full-time)Planned absences and time off at the discretion of the host site, WDC. Time off does not count towards total hours completion.Please note that receipt of these stipends/benefits may impact an individual’s eligibility for certain public benefits.Term of Service:Position Start Date: August 19, 2024Position End Date: June 21, 2025Service commitment: 40 (full-time) hours per week during the following days/times: Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm. Potential for night or weekend commitments. Members will be required to serve in-person with the potential for up to two days remotely, per week.


Co-op, Nanoparticle Process Development at Strand Therapeutics

Employer: Strand Therapeutics Expires: 10/08/2024 Job Summary: Strand is looking to build a team that understands the value of working at a start-up. Joining the company now means having vast opportunities to learn and grow including having the exposure to all aspects of building a company. We are looking for people who have the enthusiasm and motivation to be a highly contributing member of a small team. This opportunity will offer the employee the ability to work closely with the founding team, as well as to form close partnerships with team members during the development and formation of the company. We are looking for a Co-op, Nanoparticle Process Development to join the Technical Operations team at Strand Therapeutics. The incoming co-op will work with the Technical Operations teams by supporting in production and scale up of LNPs with nucleic acid payload. The candidate will be expected to work in an innovative, fast-paced, and collaborative biotech environment. Primary Responsibilities: Execute experiments related to LNP mixing and downstream purification/filtration to improve the process.Contribute to development of a robust formulation process with emphasis on scale-up, tech-transfer and stability.Contribute to thorough characterization of LNPs by existing methods and collaborating with internal stakeholders on developing new methods.Working across diverse areas to support the group's development activities in a fast-paced and collaborative environment. Qualifications: On track to graduate with a B.S. or M.S. in Biochemistry, Chemical Engineering, Molecular Biology, Bioengineering, Molecular Medicine, Genetics or related field. Experience in the biotechnology space is a plus. LNP working experience is strongly preferred, but not a requirement.Basic knowledge of downstream nucleic acid process development is desirable.Familiarity with TFF, QbD principles, scale up and JMP DOE would be a plus.Ability to follow standard operating procedures, make careful observations, maintain clear and complete records of lab work.‪Strong collaboration and inter-personal skills. Ability to present scientific context, experimental set up, data interpretation, and big-picture conclusions to a diverse audience. Strand Therapeutics is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability, protected veteran status or any other basis protected by applicable law. Strand does not accept unsolicited resumes from any source other than directly from candidates.  Job Type: Intern / Co-opSalary: Commensurate with role and experience


Co-op, Bioanalytical at Strand Therapeutics

Employer: Strand Therapeutics Expires: 10/08/2024 Job Summary: Strand is looking to build a team that understands the value of working at a start-up. Joining the company now means having vast opportunities to learn and grow including having the exposure to all aspects of building a company. We are looking for people who have the enthusiasm and motivation to be a highly contributing member of a small team. This opportunity will offer the employee the ability to work closely with the founding team, as well as to form close partnerships with team members during the development and formation of the company. We are looking for a Co-op, Bioanalytical to join the Nonclinical/Translational Development team at Strand Therapeutics. The incoming co-op will work with the Nonclinical/Translational Development teams by supporting discovery & development programs through the development and execution of bioanalytical assays. The candidate will be expected to work in an innovative, fast-paced, and collaborative biotech environment. Primary Responsibilities: Developing, optimizing, qualifying, and executing bioanalytical ligand binding assay (LBA) methods for quantitation of various types of biomolecules – particularly proteins and nucleic acids.Supporting nonclinical in-vivo studies to evaluate PK/TK, safety, and efficacy of Strand’s development candidates.Working across diverse areas to support the group's development activities in a fast-paced and collaborative environment. Qualifications:  On track to graduate with a B.S. or M.S. in Biochemistry, Chemical Engineering, Molecular Biology, Bioengineering, Molecular Medicine, Genetics or related field. Experience in the biotechnology space is a plus. mRNA working experience is strongly preferred, but not a requirement.Basic knowledge of bioassay development and knowledge of assay qualification/validation is desirable.Familiarity with ELISA, MSD, qPCR/RT-qPCR, ddPCR and flow cytometry would be a plus.Ability to follow standard operating procedures, make careful observations, maintain clear and complete records of lab work.‪Strong collaboration and inter-personal skills. Ability to present scientific context, experimental set up, data interpretation, and big-picture conclusions to a diverse audience. Strand Therapeutics is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability, protected veteran status or any other basis protected by applicable law. Strand does not accept unsolicited resumes from any source other than directly from candidates.  Job Type: Intern / Co-opSalary: Commensurate with role and experience


Co-op, Automation at Strand Therapeutics

Employer: Strand Therapeutics Expires: 10/08/2024 Job Summary: Strand is looking to build a team that understands the value of working at a start-up. Joining the company now means having vast opportunities to learn and grow including having the exposure to all aspects of building a company. We are looking for people who have the enthusiasm and motivation to be a highly contributing member of a small team. This opportunity will offer the employee the ability to work closely with the founding team, as well as to form close partnerships with team members during the development and formation of the company. We are looking for a highly motivated and innovative candidate for the role of Co-op, Automation. This is a fantastic opportunity to make a significant impact as a scientifically motivated self-starter capable of independently conceiving, conducting, and critically analyzing his/her own work with minimal supervision.  Primary Responsibilities: Support the scientific staff in executing automated experiments.Run automated processes and support the maintenance / repair of automated systems.Working across diverse areas to support the group's research activities in a fast-paced and collaborative environment. Qualifications: On track to graduate with a B.S. or M.S. in Biology, Biochemistry, Bioengineering, or a related discipline. Coursework related to automation and/or biologics discovery research are desirable.Knowledge of Hamilton systems or other automated platforms preferred.Ability to write, edit, and follow standard operating procedures, make careful observations, maintain clear and complete records of lab work.‪ Strand Therapeutics is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability, protected veteran status or any other basis protected by applicable law. Strand does not accept unsolicited resumes from any source other than directly from candidates.  Job Type: Intern / Co-opSalary: Commensurate with role and experience


Bilingual (Spanish) Home-Based Academic Tutor at Collaborative for Educational Services

Employer: Collaborative for Educational Services Expires: 10/02/2024 Department:  Massachusetts Migrant Education ProgramTitle:                 Home Visit Instructor  (New Bedford Area)FLSA Status:   Non-ExemptReports to:     Migrant Programming and Partnership Manager Purpose: Instructors will make a series of one to three home visits to individual and small groups of students. Together they will participate in fun and creative activities while also having the opportunity to practice their English skills. Visits will range from one to two hours and can take place at the student’s home or in a park, library or another public space nearby. The visits are intended to entertain and inspire students, they will often be left with materials or projects that they can continue to make and use in their free time. Essential Functions:Communicate directly with your assigned families to plan visitsReview and organize materials before visits so you are prepared to lead activitiesOffer individual and small group instruction in a home based setting Create and maintain a positive and fun environment that is engaging and enjoyable for students Adapt the daily plan to accommodate the abilities, needs and interests of studentsTrack attendance and participationCommunicate regularly with the Migrant Programming and Partnership Manager Minimum Qualifications:Access to reliable and insured vehicleOne year of teaching experience in an informal or formal settingBilingual in English and Spanish (required)Able to pass a CORI (Criminal Offender Record Information) screening  Physical Demands:Able to travel to and between home visit locationsAbility to multi-task and respond to plan alterations with a positive mindsetMust be able to communicate and converse effectively with youth and adults from multiple backgrounds and cultures in Spanish Work Conditions:Requires working a flexible schedule potentially including eveningEmployees expected to follow CES Workplace Safety Standards  Terms of Employment:Part-time; 10-20 hours per week between 6/23 and 8/31/2023Weekly hours are dependent on program needsCompensation is $25-$30/hr depending on qualifications


Intern - Back of House at Frankie's Hospitality

Employer: Frankie's Hospitality Expires: 10/01/2024 Frankies Hospitality is a corporation rapidly expanding in the hospitality industry. We take great pride in our unwavering commitment to sourcing the highest quality ingredients for our culinary creations and serving our guests in a modern, relaxed, and welcoming atmosphere. Frankie’s is looking for interns to join the Back of House team! This opportunity is a paid internship. We employ in a stable, upbeat, and casual work environment and remain committed to allowing for the opportunity to gain valuable experience in a kitchen setting! If you're looking to become an integral part of our team and thrive in a collaborative environment, we hope you consider contacting us! Responsibilities:Food Preparation: Prepare ingredients for menu items according to established recipes and portion sizes.Cooking: Cook and plate menu items such as appetizers, entrees, and desserts during service hours. This involves grilling, sautéing, frying, baking, and other cooking techniques.Quality Control: Ensure that all dishes meet quality standards in terms of taste, presentation, and portion size. Must follow food safety and sanitation guidelines to maintain cleanliness and prevent contamination.Organization: Must effectively manage their station, keeping it clean and organized at all times. This includes stocking ingredients, maintaining equipment, and following proper food storage procedures.Collaboration: Work closely with other kitchen staff to coordinate timing and ensure smooth service.Communication: Communicate effectively with other team members to coordinate orders, share information about food preparation, and address any issues that arise during service.Adaptability: Must be able to work efficiently in a fast-paced environment, adjusting to changes in volume and menu requirements.Problem-Solving: Need to be able to troubleshoot issues that arise during food preparation, such as equipment malfunctions or ingredient shortages, and find solutions quickly.Clean-Up: Participate in cleaning and sanitizing their work area and equipment, as well as other areas of the kitchen as needed. Note: This job description is intended to provide a general overview of the position. It is not an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, duties, or requirements associated with the job.


Materials Characterization Testing Technician at GCP Applied Technologies

Employer: GCP Applied Technologies Expires: 09/27/2024 GCP, part of Saint-Gobain, GCP Applied Technologies is a leading global provider of construction products that include high-performance specialty construction chemicals and building materials. GCP partners with producers, contractors, designers, and engineers to achieve performance and sustainability goals. The company has a legacy of first to market and award-winning solutions that have been used to build some of the world’s most renowned structures. GCP is focused on continuous improvement for its customers, end-users, and the environment. Our company develops lightweight, sustainable, and digital solutions for the construction industry that account for 8% of the global carbon footprint.  Cement is versatile and economically viable. It is the most common artificial construction material, with no other alternative or substitute that can match it. The manufacturing of cement, unfortunately, emits carbon dioxide and the cement industry has been identified to be responsible for 8% of all anthropogenic carbon dioxide. Unlike other industries, the current push to convert burning fossil fuel to electricity will only be able to cut the carbon dioxide emission by half. We need ground-breaking technologies to either change the fundamental process for making cement or methods to absorb all the carbon dioxide generated by the current process. Our research aims to reduce one-third of carbon dioxide emitted by the cement industry by combining re-using waste materials, developing green or lower carbon solutions with the application of data science. Our products have reduced more than 100 megatons of carbon dioxide and we are developing solutions to reduce another 500 megatons. GCP’s Intern Program emphasizes experiential and mentored learning experiences, providing recent degree recipients an opportunity to apply their academic knowledge and skills in a meaningful and practical way. We are committed to developing the future workforce by encouraging trainees to explore various career paths in an industrial research laboratory setting that values diversity and inclusion. Through this program, interns will be exposed to Saint-Gobain's open and educational culture; support Saint-Gobain's mission to improve the human condition; and build upon their career goals. Main responsibilities:Conduct cutting-edge research in materials testing, focusing on cement characterization and testing.Conduct variety of lab experiments and established lab protocols, analyze data and provide valuable insights to drive continuous improvement.Utilize state-of-the-art technology including machine-learning to optimize cement manufacturing.Collaborate with cross-functional teams to complete field proof-of-concept on a breakthrough project using machine-learning for the construction industry to reduce carbon emissions.Learn from industry leaders and expand your knowledge in materials science and characterization. Expected Shift Hours:Monday to Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM   Requirements:Candidates for Bachelor degree in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, Biochemistry, Applied Physics, Environmental Science and related.Familiar with Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook); Ability to program in Python a plus.Experience working in a laboratory.Good oral and written communication skills (English)Ability to work well as part of a team.Passion for research, materials testing, and a willingness to learn. 


HYBRID: Product Specialist Internship (Spanish Speaking) at Withings

Employer: Withings Expires: 09/25/2024 DescriptionReporting directly to WHS Customer Support Manager, the primary role of the bilingual WHS Customer Support Intern is to to be the initial point of contact for WHS customer requests.  Their role is to ensure that all WHS customers receive (through direct response or proper ticket routing): an immediate first response, the appropriate troubleshooting steps, and swift full time resolution. Why join Withings for an internship?This internship will give you a foundational understanding of customer support for technical devices with a impactful health driven mission. This will allow you to network and learn from a global team. You will get a view of all the behind the scenes of a successful support team! ResponsibilitiesHandling of front line and escalated support requests in order to ensure customer satisfaction, through email, phone and other channels.Managing multiple queues, ensuring support requests are handled or funneled to the correct team.Completing proactive outbound calls to new program members.Participating in the process of enriching the internal knowledge base (training).Helping in the service performance and processes. This position is hybrid and is required to come on site atleast 3X per week. This is a forty hour paid internship. Candidates who can dedicate atleast 6 months to the position are preferred (through a summer + co-op) or due to being a post grad.RequirementsMust be fluent both verbal and written in Spanish and EnglishMotivated by solving problems for customersStrong communication and interpersonal skills, both written and verbalStrong customer service orientationAnalytical and problem-solving skillsPassion for health and technology Equal Opportunity at WithingsAt Withings, we know that diversity, equity and inclusivity are paramount to fostering innovation. We rely on the unique skill sets, life experiences and perspectives of each team member to accomplish our mission—creating technology that people love, to make better health part of everyday life.AccommodationsIf there is anything we can do to accommodate you to participate fully in the recruitment or interview process, please let us know by reaching at to US-HR@withings.com   


Solar Summer Intern (MA, RI, CT) at QE Solar

Employer: QE Solar Expires: 09/22/2024 Fast Growing Solar O&M company seeking engineering/technical candidates for a hands-on, solar field services internship.  Job entails maintenance, repair, monitoring and operations of large scale/C&I PV systems as well as logging and generating reports of same.  The right candidate will possess some or all of the following qualifications:-      0-3 yrs experience in the engineering, solar or technical industries-      Familiarity troubleshooting complex electrical systems and components a plus-      Experience troubleshooting, diagnosing and repairing solar DAS devices, networks and monitoring components (Ethernet, MODBUS) a plus-      Comfortable working with 600v-1500v systems and medium-voltage devices-      OSHA certification desired-      Ability to read and understand electrical/mechanical diagrams, project design drawings and other architectural plans/construction documents-      Proficient with technology and computing via a variety of cloud-based programs and data processing/technical/management software programs-      Ability to document services performed and generate professional reports a plus-      Ability to lift 75lbs, work in hot and cold environments, stand/walk for long periods of time, climb ladders and are comfortable working at or around construction sites-      Desire to learn, work hard and grow with a young renewable energy company-      Hands on technical skills a plus-      Comfortable working as a team player or independently if necessary-      Experience installing, operating and/or maintaining commercial/large scale PV systems, inverters and data acquisition systems (DAS) a plus-      Frequent travel required; Work assignments sometimes scheduled on little notice-      Strong customer service, professionalism, respect and good interpersonal skills is a must-      Technology degree desired (Technician/ Engineering/Physics/Solar trained-certified)-      Must have clean background, drivers license and professional demeanor -      References upon requestCollege students with relevant background, strong independent work ethic and desire to learn will be considered.  Interested candidates should kindly submit their resume, cover letter and references. Serious inquiries ONLY!  


Intern, Computational Biology at Strand Therapeutics

Employer: Strand Therapeutics Expires: 09/20/2024 Company Overview:Strand Therapeutics is a clinical stage biotechnology company utilizing synthetic biology to genetically program mRNA to deliver truly revolutionary immunotherapies.  Building on the idea of creating smart therapies that can make sophisticated decisions, Strand was started by biological engineers working together at MIT who were seeking to apply the concept to the emerging field of mRNA therapeutics. This collaboration led them to build their own mRNA “programming language,” creating the world’s first platform for mRNA smart therapies.  The founders and scientific advisors of Strand Therapeutics are made up of well-known and highly regarded individuals in both academia and the biotech industry. Our corporate headquarters is in the Fenway district of Boston, Massachusetts.Become the next standout single strand!  Job Summary:Strand is looking to build a team that understands the value of working at a start-up. Joining the company now means having vast opportunities to learn and grow including having the exposure to all aspects of building a company. We are looking for people who have the enthusiasm and motivation to be a highly contributing member of a small team. This opportunity will offer the employee the ability to work closely with the founding team, as well as to form close partnerships with team members during the development and formation of the company. We are looking for an Intern, Computational Biology to join the Computational Biology team at Strand Therapeutics. The incoming candidate will work closely with the drug discovery and platform teams to analyze data from a variety of sources, including imaging, flow cytometry, and next gen sequencing, and use results therefrom to inform experiment design. The candidate will be expected to work in an innovative, fast-paced, cross-collaborative biotech environment. Primary Responsibilities:Develop and refine data analysis pipelines for imaging, flow cytometry, next gen sequencing and/or other data sets.Build mechanistic or statistical/ML models of biological systems behavior, incorporate data, and make predictions of drug behavior.Work independently to drive their own project while engaging with cross-functional project teams to support data-driven modeling of biological systems. Qualifications:On track to graduate with a B.S. or M.S. in Computer Science, Computational Biology, Bioengineering, Data Science, Statistics, or a related discipline; Experience in the biotechnology space is a plus.Proficiency in programming languages (Python, R), version control (git), and Unix environments (Linux, shell scripting).Experience with data analysis in Python or another programming language is a plus.Familiarity with modeling biological systems using differential equations is a plus.Strong collaboration and inter-personal skills. Ability to present data science and computational concepts to a diverse audience.Ability to multi-task and prioritize to meet important deadlines Strand Therapeutics is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability, protected veteran status or any other basis protected by applicable law. Strand does not accept unsolicited resumes from any source other than directly from candidates. 


Intern, Data Analytics and Machine Learning at Strand Therapeutics

Employer: Strand Therapeutics Expires: 09/20/2024 Company Overview:Strand Therapeutics is a clinical stage biotechnology company utilizing synthetic biology to genetically program mRNA to deliver truly revolutionary immunotherapies.  Building on the idea of creating smart therapies that can make sophisticated decisions, Strand was started by biological engineers working together at MIT who were seeking to apply the concept to the emerging field of mRNA therapeutics. This collaboration led them to build their own mRNA “programming language,” creating the world’s first platform for mRNA smart therapies.  The founders and scientific advisors of Strand Therapeutics are made up of well-known and highly regarded individuals in both academia and the biotech industry. Our corporate headquarters is in the Fenway district of Boston, Massachusetts.Become the next standout single strand!  Job Summary:Strand is looking to build a team that understands the value of working at a start-up. Joining the company now means having vast opportunities to learn and grow including having the exposure to all aspects of building a company. We are looking for people who have the enthusiasm and motivation to be a highly contributing member of a small team. This opportunity will offer the employee the ability to work closely with the founding team, as well as to form close partnerships with team members during the development and formation of the company. We are looking for an Intern, Data Analytics and Machine Learning to join the Computational Biology team at Strand Therapeutics. The incoming candidate will work closely with the drug discovery and platform teams to design experiments and analyze data from a variety of sources, including next gen sequencing, flow cytometry, and imaging. The candidate will be expected to work in an innovative, fast-paced, cross-collaborative biotech environment. Primary Responsibilities:Design, build, validate, and deploy software tools for optimizing mRNA therapeutics.Design, implement, and apply machine learning, including deep neural net, models to RNA sequence representation, prediction, and design tasks.Work independently to drive their own project while engaging with cross-functional project teams to support data-driven biological modeling using statistics and machine learning. Qualifications:On track to graduate with a B.S. or M.S. in Computer Science, Data Science, Statistics, Computational Biology, Bioengineering, or a related discipline; Experience in the biotechnology space is a plus.Proficiency in programming languages (Python, R), version control (git), databases (SQL or NoSQL), and Unix environments (Linux, shell scripting).Experience with deep neural net libraries (PyTorch, Tensorflow) is a plus.Experience with large, high-dimensional biological or healthcare datasets.Strong collaboration and inter-personal skills. Ability to present data science and computational concepts to a diverse audience.Ability to multi-task and prioritize to meet important deadlines Strand Therapeutics is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability, protected veteran status or any other basis protected by applicable law. Strand does not accept unsolicited resumes from any source other than directly from candidates. 


Biology Quantitative Fellow at Amherst College

Employer: Amherst College Expires: 03/14/2025 Biology Quantitative Fellow Amherst Campus Full Time JR4819 Amherst has taken a leadership role among highly selective liberal arts colleges and universities in successfully diversifying the racial, socio-economic, and geographic profile of its student body. The College is similarly committed to enriching its educational experience and its culture through the diversity of its faculty, administration and staff. Job Description: Amherst College invites applications from graduating Amherst College seniors or recent alumni for the Biology Quantitative Fellow position. The Biology Quantitative Fellow is a full-time, fixed-term position from July 2024 to June 2025, starting at $19.33 per hour. Given Amherst's distinction as one of the most diverse liberal arts colleges in the country, the successful candidate will demonstrate the ways in which they bring value to and will work towards supporting a broadly diverse community. The Biology Q Fellow is a "green dean" position for a recent Amherst College graduate who provides classroom and study support for students in introductory Biology. The Biology Q Fellow works with a diverse group of Biology 191 students and faculty in the fall and spring semesters, attending classes, assisting with the team-based learning components and offering drop-in help and appointments for students in the class. During the summer, the Fellow may assist with the Biology component of the Summer Science track of the Summer Bridge program. Summary of Responsibilities: • Attending Biology 191 classes and Team-Based Learning sections, keeping records, meeting with faculty time on planning and preparation • Weekly drop-in office hours or study sessions and individual appointments • Q Center staff meetings, work with Q Center director on planning and college training • Job development • Involvement in campus life and events Qualifications: Required • Requires a BA from Amherst College with a Biology-related degree • Strong verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills • Facility with online communication and email • Commitment to working with a diverse community • Good judgment working with students and faculty Preferred • Tutoring experience at Amherst College Amherst College offers many opportunities for professional growth and development, continued learning, and career advancement. Amherst College is pleased to provide a comprehensive, highly competitive benefits package that meets the needs of staff and faculty and their families. Benefits are an important part of our overall compensation, so it is critical that you review all of the options to ensure it meets your total compensation requirements. Click here forhttps://www.amherst.edu/offices/human_resources/benefits. Interested candidates are asked to submit a resume, unofficial transcript and cover letter online athttps://amherst.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/Amherst_Jobs. Please be sure to upload all requested documents prior to clicking Submit. Applications cannot be revised once submitted. (Current employees and students should apply by clicking on the Career icon from their Workday home screen) Review of applications will begin March 25 and will continue until the position is filled. To apply, visit https://apptrkr.com/5099394 Copyright ©2022 Jobelephant.com Inc. All rights reserved. https://www.jobelephant.com/ 


Mathematics Quantitative Fellow at Amherst College

Employer: Amherst College Expires: 03/14/2025 Mathematics Quantitative Fellow Amherst Campus Full Time JR4818 Amherst has taken a leadership role among highly selective liberal arts colleges and universities in successfully diversifying the racial, socio-economic, and geographic profile of its student body. The College is similarly committed to enriching its educational experience and its culture through the diversity of its faculty, administration and staff. Job Description: Amherst College invites applications from graduating Amherst College seniors or recent alumni for the Mathematics Quantitative Fellow position. The Mathematics Quantitative Fellow is a full-time, fixed-term position from July 2024 to June 2025, starting at $19.33 per hour. Given Amherst's distinction as one of the most diverse liberal arts colleges in the country, the successful candidate will demonstrate the ways in which they bring value to and will work towards supporting a broadly diverse community. The Mathematics Quantitative Fellow is a "green dean" position for a recent Amherst College graduate to provide learning support for students in intermediate Math courses and to encourage students with a wide variety of backgrounds, including groups under-represented in mathematics, first-generation college students, and students with varying mathematical preparation. The Fellow also supports students preparing to take the departmental Comprehensive exam. Summary of Responsibilities: • Providing support for a highly diverse group of students in intermediate mathematics courses. Support is in the form of drop-in tutoring, appointments and workshops for students in two courses each semester including Math 220, 271, 350 or 355 • Coordinating with faculty members and Math staff in the Moss Quantitative Center to decide on division of support and scheduling • Working with the Q Center director on planning and college trainings • Providing support during January for students taking the Mathematics Comprehensive Exam or the Honors Qualifying Exam • Involvement in campus life and events Qualifications: Required • Requires a BA from Amherst College • A major in Math or strong math background, including the ability to assist students with Math 220, 271, 350 or 355 • Strong verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills • Facility with online communication and email • Commitment to working with a diverse community • Good judgment working with students and faculty Preferred • Tutoring experience at Amherst College Amherst College offers many opportunities for professional growth and development, continued learning, and career advancement. Amherst College is pleased to provide a comprehensive, highly competitive benefits package that meets the needs of staff and faculty and their families. Benefits are an important part of our overall compensation, so it is critical that you review all of the options to ensure it meets your total compensation requirements. Click here forhttps://www.amherst.edu/offices/human_resources/benefits. Interested candidates are asked to submit a resume, unofficial transcript and cover letter online athttps://amherst.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/Amherst_Jobs. Please be sure to upload all requested documents prior to clicking Submit. Applications cannot be revised once submitted. (Current employees and students should apply by clicking on the Career icon from their Workday home screen) Review of applications will begin March 25 and will continue until the position is filled. To apply, visit https://apptrkr.com/5099393 Copyright ©2022 Jobelephant.com Inc. All rights reserved. https://www.jobelephant.com/ 


AmeriCorps Mass Promise Fellow at Massachusetts Promise Fellowship

Employer: Massachusetts Promise Fellowship Expires: 06/23/2024 The Massachusetts Promise Fellowship is an AmeriCorps program at Northeastern University's Office of Community Service & Civic Engagement. MPF grew from the America’s Promise Alliance, a collaborative network based on “5 Promises” that form the conditions youth need to succeed: Caring Adults, Safe Spaces, Healthy Start, Effective Education, and Opportunities to Serve. We believe that all young people have a right to these conditions and the resources they need to be successful in life.Each year, we place AmeriCorps Members (Fellows) at non-profit organizations, city agencies, and schools across Massachusetts to lead out-of-school time programming for youth in grades 6-12 focused on mentoring, academic enrichment, and college and career exploration.  Throughout their service year, Fellows will receive training and professional development from MPF and complete 1700 hours of service. ApplicationClick on the link above to access our application. If you are not ready to apply this year but would like to stay connected, you can fill out our interest form. Minimum Qualifications: Have a high school diploma or GEDBe 17 year old by July 1, 2024Be willing to comply with a criminal background check and fingerprint checkBe a U.S. Citizen, U.S. National, or Permanent Resident (this is an AmeriCorps requirement)Able to serve full-time (40 hours per week) from August 12th, 2024 – June 27th 2025Fellow Benefits:Living Stipend: $27,000Segal Education Award: $7,395FREE CLASSES at Northeastern's College of Professional StudiesMonthly Professional & Personal DevelopmentHealth insurance, federal loan forbearance, member assistance programJoin community of Fellows & Alumni


IT & Workplace Experience Internship at Withings

Employer: Withings Expires: 09/11/2024 This IT & Workplace Experience Internship will be a Full or Part time internship focused on resolving a variety of issues quickly and efficiently. We are flexible for the internship to be anywhere between 3-6 months. You must be able to come onsite three times per week and adhoc fourth days as required for office events, tasks or new hire onboarding. Your mission is to help support our Withings IT team, HR and Workplace experience team remove any and all problems that prevent our US employees from being the most successful that they are able to be.  Your role will be focused on a variety of issues within the space of internal technical troubleshooting, IT training and general office management support. We are looking for an individual who is a great multi-tasker, self-motivator, team player and has great communication skills.  Why join Withings for an internship? This internship will give you a foundational understanding of technical employee support and will allow you to network and learn from a global team. You will also learn all the behind the scenes of a successful office environment. We can't wait for you to join us! Your Main TasksSupports workplace experience manager in maintaining overall condition of the office, arranging necessary repairs, cleaning out storage, ordering supplies and snacks, working with vendors, logistics and mailings.Support the Workplace Experience manager with in-house or off-site activities such as company events and team-building experiences Manage US IT equipment inventory including but not limited to: ordering, preparing, and inventorying employee PCs, decommissioning laptops, equipment recycling  Manage and respond to employee IT support requests (Assisting with topics such as VPN, LDAP and wifi set up, software installation, password issues/resets, or other unique technical problems that may arise)  Own IT processes when it comes to offboarding and onboarding  Improve and build out IT documentation and procedures and perform IT check-ins with each of our employees.  Ensure good security practices: conduct security reviews, educate about best password practices, machine locking, hardware security keys, etc. Assist the platform development team as-needed from our server room Communicate with various partners to arrange repairs or maintenance on behalf of the office: TVs, Laptops, etc RequirementsIn the process of completing a computer science degree or similar  Comfortable with both Windows and Mac machines, including technical aspects such as OS configuration, USB boot, registry editing, and basic command line functionality  Excited to solve unique and varied technical problems- A tinkerer’s mindset Autonomous and “figure it out” attitude. Self-motivated and driven. Cross Team and stakeholder management: Be able to connect well with all the various levels of technical people we have in the office. You will have to be proactive, kind and patient in your communication style.  Genuinely enjoy customer service. Keep a positive and solution oriented attitude Foundational understanding of the following tools required: Microsoft Admin DashboardAdobe Admin DashboardGoogle Admin DashboardGmail/Google CalendarZebra (label printing)LDAP/InventoryGoogle Docs/SitesVPN USB drives for commonly used files such as all the programs we install on computers, password policy, etcThe internet for troubleshooting purposes


Electrical Engineering/GIS Technician at GML Utility Services Cooperative

Employer: GML Utility Services Cooperative Expires: 09/07/2024 Function:To perform electrical engineering functions for a municipal electric utility, and to work in conjunction with other department personnel in constructing and maintaining an electric distribution system. This position will also assist with the development, expansion, and maintenance of a geographic information system (GIS) and related applications for a municipal electric and water utility, and to work in conjunction with other department personnel in supporting an electric distribution system.  Duties:Assist with general distribution system inspections.Pole Testing –utilize GIS information to test the poles based on priorities.Use inferred camera for preventative maintenance to identify and loose connections or hot spots to energized lines.Assist in collection of data, updating and editing of GIS map and related databasesPerform field collection of GPS dataSystem inspections: Inspect all transformers/pads, inspect meter seals, double pole locations, other general inspections.Photograph all poles, transformers, junctions, etc. and upload to GIS map.Assist operations department with outage notifications.Qualifications:Ideal candidate will be enrolled in a technical program such as engineering, GIS or other science related fieldsMust be comfortable working in an office setting along with outdoors for required data collection. Valid Class D Massachusetts driving license or equivalent.


Co-op / Internship, Software Development and BioInformatics (6 Months) at Monte Rosa Therapeutics

Employer: Monte Rosa Therapeutics Expires: 09/07/2024 Co-op / Internship,   Software Development and BioInformatics  (6 Months)Location: Boston, MAMonte Rosa Therapeutics is seeking passionate Co-op in Software Development and BioInformatics to help us to eliminate disease causing proteins through targeted protein degradation­­­–a novel and exciting way of drugging proteins that until recently were considered un-druggable. The candidates will gain hands-on experience within a particular area of interest in an early-stage drug discovery environment. You will work with an industry leader who will direct and mentor you on your project, as well as expose you to other drug discovery projects and involve you in the process of solving complex biological questions.  You will be joining a diverse, thoughtful, fun and collaborative environment that emphasizes teamwork and putting people first! If you have an interest in working on the projects the following areas, we will give you hands on educational experience within a high paced drug discovery environment.            Assit in design discussions to translate business use cases into technical requirements and helping to design solutions to meet those requirementsAssist in the design, implemention, and deployment of internal software applications. These applications involve both front and backend development, internal and external APIs, data and bioinformatic pipelines, all hosted on cloud infrastructure (AWS).Evolve and enhance our internal search application by developing a natural language interface that leverages Large Language Models (LLMs) to enhance query understanding and result accuracy.These enhancements aim to significantly improve the accessability and efficiency of data retrieval allowing users to obtain information through conversational human-like interactions with our application.Facilitate enhanced decision-making and research efficiency by providing quick and accurate answers to intricate questions regarding our compounds and research data.  Qualifications:Our preference is for a student currently in a Master degree program in Data Sciences, BioInformatics, or Computer Science  with an interestin a life scienceEnthusium for exploring the intersection of software and data engineering, data science and life scicnes to develop innovative applications that accelerate the drug discovery process.Experience in one or more general-purpose programming languages (such as Python, Java, Scala, or Go)Eagerness to learn and contribute to software development within a team environment.Openness to acquiring new skills in software design and architecture.Familiarity with coding practices and principles, with a willingness to develop skills in writing clean, maintainable and testable code as well as designing effective APIs.Experience or interest in the design and implementation of  high-quality scalable and extendable software architectures.Familiarity or a desire to learn cloud computing services (Experience with AWS serverless technologies (Lambda, SQS, SNS, Amplify, AppSync, DynamoDB, Cloudformation etc ) Interested Candidates may forward CV and Cover Letter letting us know your area of interest please forward to Careers-US@MonterosaTx.com Monte Rosa Therapeutics rational approach in targeting disease-causing proteins for degradation will deliver pioneering therapies for cancer and other diseases. Delivering this new generation of treatments to the patients requires a conceptual change.  Monte Rosa recognizes this urgent need and is missioned to develop innovative protein degraders as a solution. Combining deep knowledge, insight and leading-edge science, our integrated engine is built for that purpose. 


Intern, Biostatistics at PROMETRIKA

Employer: PROMETRIKA Expires: 09/04/2024 PROMETRIKA is a full-service clinical research organization (CRO) with extensive experience in clinical operations, data management, biostatistics, medical writing, and pharmacovigilance. We’re driven by our passion for the human aspect of our work and our compassion for the people whose lives have been improved by the innovations we help bring to market. Our clients include national and international biopharmaceutical and medical device companies of all sizes.Intern, BiostatisticsRESPONSIBILITIES:Assist senior-level staff in designing statistical analysis plans and table/figure/listing (TFL) shells in accordance with study protocols.Assist in developing SAS programs to produce and/or QC analysis datasets and statistical tables/figures/data listings according to analysis data specifications and TFL shells.Assist senior-level staff in performing stat review of analysis datasets and tables/figures/data listings.Assist in developing SAS programs to produce randomization schedules.Review electronic case report form specifications and data validation guidelines to ensure quality and integrity of study data collection.Additional responsibilities as assigned by supervisor/manager.EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: Should be in the process of attaining an MS or MPH in Biostatistics or Statistics or related field.SKILLS:Knowledge of general linear models, mixed models, survival analysis, categorical data analysis and non-parametric methods.Knowledge of SAS statistical programming. Good written and oral communication skills.PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Incumbents generally must be able to, with or without accommodation, have the proficient use of both sensory perception/clarity and muscle control/coordination. This may include vision (near, far, color, glare control), hearing (auditory attention, sound localization), speech, strength, agility, dexterity flexibility, steadiness or reaction time.


Advancement/Development Intern at Ascentria Care Alliance

Employer: Ascentria Care Alliance Expires: 09/04/2024 The Advancement Department internship offers students an excellent opportunity to learn about advancement activities including grant-writing, research, and fund raising. The focus of these efforts will be on seniors, immigrants and refugees, children/young adults separated from their families of origin, and workforce issues. The responsibilities, qualifications and application requirements can be found below.Who are we? Ascentria Care Alliance is a nonprofit organization operating in five New England states, that has spent the past 150 years helping people in need. We empower people of all backgrounds to rise together and reach beyond life’s challenges by building stronger communities and helping people move forward together.  Essential Responsibilities:Conduct research on available public/private grantsWork in close collaboration with the Advancement Team.Draft content on relevant grantsHelp plan and implement fundraising eventsParticipate in projects and tasks as neededQualifications and Skills Required:Currently attending a 4-year undergraduate program, graduated within 3 months or working towards a master’s degree in a field related to the internshipProficient in Microsoft OfficeStrong interpersonal skillsExcellent written and verbal communication skillsExperience in nonprofit work and/or writing experience but not required. Application Requirements: ResumeCover LetterTwo relevant and short writing samples Ascentria Care Alliance celebrates diversity and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with federal and state employment opportunity laws, qualified applicants are considered for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, genetic information, pregnancy, status as a veteran, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, or any other legally-protected category. Candidates who identify as BIPOC, multilingual or have lived experience with immigration or human services are encouraged to apply.  


Intern, Data Management & Database Programming at PROMETRIKA

Employer: PROMETRIKA Expires: 08/29/2024 PROMETRIKA is a full-service clinical research organization (CRO) with extensive experience in clinical operations, data management, biostatistics, medical writing, and pharmacovigilance. We’re driven by our passion for the human aspect of our work and our compassion for the people whose lives have been improved by the innovations we help bring to market. Our clients include national and international biopharmaceutical and medical device companies of all sizes.ResponsibilitiesUser and Site Administration in Medidata for Rave and clinical modules including CTMS, eTMF, MMI, Coder, RTSM, ePRO and other modules, as neededLearn current approach and suggest process improvements; define new ways to create efficienciesTake ownership of the processCreate instructional documents and “cheat sheets” for other users to followConfigure eLearning and Report assignments on study URLsAssist with Lab Administration and the upload of local lab filesAssist lead programmer with the development of forms, matrices and dynamics in Medidata Rave according to the eCRF specificationAssist lead programmer with the development of edit checks in Medidata Rave according to the data validation specification (DVS)Participate in unit testing of custom functions, forms, dynamics and edit checksSupport data management executing user acceptance testing when neededSupport in-house EDC data entry needs for patient diaries when neededUsing SAS, B04 or JReview generate status and metric reports to support the data managersPerform other duties as requiredTraining/LearningWork within the Data Management / Database Programming department to receive training including but not limited to:Introduction to clinical trials/drug development processIntroduction to principals of database programming and data management for clinical trialsMedidata Rave training with a focus on learning what is needed for granting accessRelevant Medidata eLearnings related to functionParticipate in Company-wide and department specific training programTraining in SAS as applicable to data management, if applicableEDUCATION/ EXPERIENCEEducational background and/or previous experience in a computer science, applied math or information systems related field is preferredEducational background and/or previous experience in a scientific or health related field is preferredSKILLSEducational background and/or previous experience in a computer science, applied math or information systems related field is preferredEducational background and/or previous experience in a scientific or health related field is preferredKnowledge of and experienced in using ExcelFocused attention to detail is criticalHighly motivated self-starter, not afraid to take controlStrong verbal and written communication skillsComfortable using computer programs and systemsOpen to learning and developmentKnowledge of programming language such as Python, C, C++, C#, Java, Python. is preferredPHYSICAL REQUIRMENTS Incumbents generally must be able to, with or without accommodation, have the proficient use of both sensory perception/clarity and muscle control/coordination.  This may include vision (near, far, color, glare control), hearing (auditory attention, sound localization), speech, strength, agility, dexterity flexibility, steadiness or reaction time.


Amazon Sales Intern at RG Barry Brands

Employer: RG Barry Brands Expires: 08/26/2024 Basic Function:Internship out of Seaport in Boston 2 days/week, with trip to NYC for Footwear Market the first week of June. Manages digital presentation and upkeep of technical components of Dearfoams’ product catalog on Amazon.com. Scrubs customer experience for broken variations, tracks open support tickets, and creates/loads photography and content updates on existing product detail pages. Analyzes customer shopping behaviors and optimizes listings to attract Amazon search traffic. Helps executing minor elements of marketing and beta self-serve tools on Amazon’s Vendor Central. Supports all Amazon sales managers in reporting and day to day tasks. Specific Responsibilities:1. Monitors Amazon customer digital shopping experience for Dearfoams and slipper category by performing daily site visits.2. Technical issues are tracked and communicated to the appropriate parties. Amazon support tickets are opened and followed through until resolution is confirmed.3. Tracks product detail page enhancements/optimizations, making recommendations for improvements and collecting assets for upload.4. Responsible for loading new assets to PDPs, including photography, bullets, titles, A+ content, and video.5. Reviews competitors in the marketplace and makes recommendations to capture market share.6. Creates daily posts for Dearfoams brand store on Amazon.7. Assists in pulling and analyzing reporting.8. Effectively manages all various administrative requirements in a timely manner. Qualifications and Competencies:1. Interest in e-commerce retail environment2. Familiarity with Amazon.com shopping experience3. Analytically inclined, able to digest and review excel reporting4. General understanding of retail math5. Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office – Word – Excel – Powerpoint  


AmeriCorps Legal Advocate of Massachusetts at AmeriCorps Legal Advocates of Massachusetts

Employer: AmeriCorps Legal Advocates of Massachusetts Expires: 09/01/2024 PLEASE APPLY EXTERNALLY THROUGH https://www.ala-mass.org/how-to-apply.The mission of ALA-Massachusetts is to open doors to justice for clients, invigorate our partner sites, and cultivate the next generation of public leaders. Each year the program places service members in legal services organizations throughout Massachusetts. ALA-Massachusetts advocates serve full-time for a total of 1,700 hours over 46 weeks, from September 3, 2024 to July 18, 2025. Advocate benefits* for the 2024-2025 year will include:Up to a $33,000 taxable living stipend;Individual health insurance;A $7,395 education award upon completion of serviceThe ability to place eligible student loans in forbearance with interest paid upon completion of service;Child care assistance, if eligible;Hands-on, supervised exposure to the practice of poverty law; andA national service experience.ALA-Massachusetts advocates serve at partner sites throughout Massachusetts which provide civil legal assistance to low-income individuals and families. Each placement with ALA-Massachusetts is unique. Depending on the partner site's needs, an ALA-MA advocate may engage in some, but not all, of the following legal activities: initial screening for eligibility, client communications, case development, legal research, legal writing, hearings, and community outreach. Practice areas vary as well. Some members are generalists and learn multiple areas of law, and some specialize with a single focus. The range of practice areas are: HousingImmigrationAccess to Government BenefitsEmploymentMental Health and Health LawLegal Problems of EldersSealing of Criminal Records, andFamily Law.Advocates are supervised by legal professionals and receive training on client-centered communications, cultural competency, and trauma-informed advocacy. Under federal law, AmeriCorps members cannot engage in political, union or religious activities during service hours. ALA-Massachusetts has a strong network of alumni who maintain connections long past the service year. For more information about member responsibilities, see our Detailed Position Description. AmeriCorps service is not employment. ALA-Massachusetts is not able to offer financial relocation assistance for those who need to move to Massachusetts to participate. ALA-Massachusetts does not place applicants who are simultaneously pursuing a graduate or law degree, or who have other full-time employment. AmeriCorps Legal Advocates of MA prohibits all forms of discrimination and harassment based on race, color, national origin, gender, age, religion, sexual orientation, disability, gender identity or expression, political affiliation, marital or parental status, pregnancy, reprisal, genetic information.


Civil Engineer Intern at MBL Land Development & Permitting Corp

Employer: MBL Land Development & Permitting Corp Expires: 08/23/2024 Civil Engineer INTERN                                                                  MBL Land Development & Permitting Corp. (MBL) is seeking a motivated civil engineer intern to be a part of our highly experienced and dedicated team based in our Easton, MA office. MBL is recognized as a premier land development and engineering consulting firm dedicated to transforming landscapes and shaping vibrant communities. With a strong commitment to excellence, innovation, and sustainability, we specialize in providing comprehensive solutions for residential, commercial, and municipal projects. Our expertise spans all aspects of civil engineering from site layout, drainage design, construction support, and surveying. Here, you will have the opportunity to develop your career technically and professionally with support from all levels within the organization. We believe that contribution from all levels is important to continued project success, and in this position, you will be an integral component in all aspects of the project from conceptual design through construction. Job Responsibilities:As a Civil Engineer Intern at MBL Land Development & Permitting Corp. you will have the exciting opportunity to learn and contribute to a variety of land development projects. Your responsibilities may include assisting with, but not limited to:Site Analysis and Design: Collaborate with our experienced team to conduct site assessments and assist in the design of infrastructure projects, ensuring compliance with regulatory standards.Drafting and Technical Report: Utilize AutoCAD Civil 3D and other design software to create detailed site plans, calculate design elements, and 3D models for various engineering projects. Prepare technical reports for submission.Project Coordination: Work closely with project managers and cross-functional teams to ensure the successful execution of projects from conception to completion.Permitting and Compliance: Assist in obtaining necessary permits and approvals, ensuring adherence to local, state, and federal regulations.Field Inspections: Participate in on-site inspections to monitor construction progress, address any issues, and ensure quality control.Skills & AbilitiesPossess excellent verbal and written communication and listening skills.Self-motivatedAttention to detail.Able to critical think and think outside the box.Be flexible to changing workloads, be able to take on new roles, and delegate responsibilities.QualificationsWorking towards a Bachelor of Science in Civil EngineeringStrong knowledge of civil engineering principles and practices.Excellent communication and teamwork skills.Eagerness to learn and demonstrate skills in a fast-paced and collaborative environment.Proficient in the use of Microsoft Excel & Microsoft WordHow to Apply: If you are passionate about shaping your future, have a strong foundation in civil engineering, and are ready to embark on a rewarding learning experience, we invite you to apply. Send your resume, and cover letter to lisa@mbllanddevelopment.com with the subject line "Civil Engineer INTERN” Application. MBL Land Development & Permitting Corp. is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. Join us in building a better future through engineering excellence.


IT Operations Internship at NetBrain Technologies, Inc.

Employer: NetBrain Technologies, Inc. Expires: 08/22/2024 What We NeedNetBrain Technologies is seeking current students that will assist the IT department with day-to-day operations and special projects. This dynamic environment will provide the individual with a wide variety of technologies and solutions in a high-growth, global Network Automation company. This is a 40 hour per week M-F internship ON-SITE in Burlington, MA. Must be able to commute. Internship starts in May and is approximately 8 months.What You'll DoProvision and deploy Windows and Mac laptops to meet end-user requirements effectively.Perform setup and configuration of peripherals for end-users, including but not limited to mouse, keyboard, monitor, docking station, and other essential peripherals, while also managing Confluence and meeting room setups to ensure smooth operations.Investigate and resolve IT/Security incidents logged within our ticketing system while fostering collaboration with fellow team members.Oversee the corporate infrastructure, encompassing systems such as Active Directory, CrowdStrike, Zoom, MS Intune, VMware ESXi, Office 365, AWS, Azure, Confluence, among others.Conduct thorough investigations and implement solutions for threats identified by CrowdStrike Endpoint Detection & Response (EDR) and Microsoft Advanced Threat Analytics to ensure effective mitigation.Who You AreMust be pursuing a BS/MS/Ph.D. in Computer Science, Information System, or related field.Strong customer service orientationExperience with Windows, MacOS and Linux.Basic knowledge of office productivity applications (Active Directory, CrowdStrike, Zoom, MS Intune, VMware ESXi, Office 365, Confluence, etc.)Basic knowledge of TCP/IP and networking protocols such as DNS, DHCP, SSL, VPN, etc.Familiar with Office 365 Security and Compliance Centers is a plus.Experience in managing device configurations, policies, and application deployments using Microsoft Intune for endpoint management in a corporate environment would be considered a strong asset.


MLSC Internship Challenge: Life Science Internship (various) at Massachusetts Life Sciences Center

Employer: Massachusetts Life Sciences Center Expires: 08/19/2024 IMPORTANT:  You MUST apply using the link provided below. Handshake applications are not accepted and will not be reviewed. Program OverviewThe Internship Challenge is a state-sponsored workforce development program that facilitates and funds paid internship opportunities focuses on enhancing the talent pipeline for Massachusetts companies engaged in life sciences. The program connects employers with prospective interns through an online platform and reimburses eligible companies for intern stipends.Internships can be part or full time and can take place throughout the 12-month program year, which runs from May 1 through April 30 of the following year.  MLSC will reimburse eligible companies for pay rates of up to $20 per hour for a total reimbursement of no more than $9,600 per intern at the conclusion of the internship.Intern Eligibility1. Must meet at least one of the following:Massachusetts resident (able to provide proof of residency)Attend(ed) an accredited college or university located in Massachusetts (able to provide enrollment verification)Attend(ed) an Minority Serving Institution (UMASS Lowell/ UMASS Boston) or HBCU2. Must meet one of the following:2-year/Community College/Certificate students must be enrolled in an Associate’s Degree or Certificate program or have completed one within the past calendar year. Continuing Education students are also eligible.4-year college or university students must have or will complete(d) at least their freshman year the semester before the internship starts, or have graduated within the past calendar year.Graduate students must be enrolled in a Master’s Degree program or received their Master’s Degree within the past calendar year. Ph.D. and M.D. students are not eligible.Application Instructions for Intern ApplicantsApplication Portal (New User Registration)Students already registered can log in here to access the applicationFAQs for InternsProgram HandoutATTENTION HBCU STUDENTSThe Massachusetts life Sciences Center (MLSC) has partnered with the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) on the Ernest E. Just Life Sciences Initiative , which will create internship opportunities in the Boston-area for students enrolled in Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) through the MLSC’s Internship Challenge. The internships will take place during the summer of 2022 but companies will begin selecting their interns as early as fall 2021. Beyond a paid internship opportunity, the program will match each student with a professional mentor and ensure students receive guidance, training, and a welcoming community of peers and leaders. Above all, students will gain valuable experience and a network of professionals to pave a path for a fulfilling career in the life sciences.If you have further questions regarding the application process, please email: internship@masslifesciences.com.


Project Engineer Internship at New England Infrastructure, Inc.

Employer: New England Infrastructure, Inc. Expires: 08/19/2024 New England Infrastructure, Inc. is offering a comprehensive full time co-op position for experience in estimating, preconstruction planning, project development/field integration, and project management. Candidates should have a positive, team-oriented attitude, strong work ethic, excellent communication skills, and enjoy office dogs. Responsibilities may include the following: Obtain and review bid-time project documentsAttend pre-bid meetings onsite, as well as bid openingsDevelop and submit bid packagesSolicit and contract vendors/subcontractorsCollect, review, and distribute submittal documentsAssist in the development of project-specific work plansCreate and maintain long-term and short-term project schedulesGenerate RFI’s and change order noticesAttend onsite safety and progress meetingsAttend and participate in internal project update meetingsParticipate in weekly safety presentationsAttend company-wide training programs and team-building events Co-ops can expect to become fully immersed within our team. Co-ops work closely with Executives to Entry-level personnel from all departments including Estimating, Project Management, Contracts, and Field Operations. In general, Co-ops can expect to be in the office 70% of the time, with the remaining 30% in the field handling bids or project site visits. As such, reliable transportation is required. Candidates must be pursuing engineering or construction related degree. Strong knowledge of Microsoft programs (particularly Excel, Project, and Teams), Adobe Acrobat, Bluebeam, and AutoCAD.


CR Corps Industry Ambassador at Campus Compact

Employer: Campus Compact Expires: 08/15/2024 Position Description Name: CRCorps Industry Ambassador (AmeriCorps Member)Service Site: Must be a student at either Arapahoe Community College or Community College of Denver in Denver, ColoradoTerm Date: Feb 26, 2024- Aug 30, 2024Stipend: $13, 376 for 24.5 week periodEducation Award: $2,626.27Reporting to: Leah Porter, Denver Program ManagerExpected Population Served:CRCorps Industry Ambassadors will serve the population of community college students and Denver communities by providing engagement, support and resources to enhance their educational and professional development. Ambassadors will collaborate with community college recruiters, faculty, and industry partners to develop and implement engagement strategies and workshops that address the specific needs of the students and prospective students, such as college enrollment, career exploration, job readiness, and workforce networking. They will also establish partnerships with local businesses and industry leaders to share information with students and communities on employment opportunities in high-demand sectors and skills needed to access these economic opportunities. Through their dedication and commitment, CRCorps Industry Ambassadors will empower communities, community college students and workforce industry partners to thrive and succeed in their educational pursuits, career aspirations, and talent needs.Primary Service Area: EducationVulnerable Populations Access:CRCorps Industry Ambassadors may interact with the following vulnerable populations throughout the duration of their service:Low-income individualsImmigrants and refugeesAdults learnersJustice-involved individualsLGBTQ+ individualsAbout Campus Compact & College Renaissance Corps:College Renaissance Corps (CRCorps) is a new national leadership program rooted in service that empowers community college students in high-demand fields to break barriers and become leaders in the workplace and their communities. Through CRCorps, students have the opportunity to connect with industry leaders, build transferable career skills, and serve as examples of how to thrive in the workforce with a community college education. Our program is laser-focused on working with next-generation workforce sectors critical to local and national economies, including logistics, manufacturing, healthcare, and tech. Campus Compact is a national coalition of colleges and universities committed to the public purposes of higher education. As the only national higher education association dedicated solely to higher education civic and community engagement, Campus Compact enables higher education institutions to develop students’ citizenship skills and forge effective community partnerships. Our resources support senior administrators, faculty, staff, and students as they pursue community-based teaching, scholarship, and action in the service of positive change.About the PositionThe CRCorps Industry Ambassador (AmeriCorps Member) is part of a highly collaborative team that is responsible for a variety of capacity-building activities that comply with the terms and conditions of Campus Compact (CRCorps’ program sponsor) and the AmeriCorps Corporation. This is an AmeriCorps State and National position. Under the direct supervision of the CRCorps Denver Program Manager the CRCorps Industry Ambassador is responsible for the following outcomes:Enhance campus-community partnerships by fostering and strengthening collaborations between the college campus and workforce industry partners, leading to meaningful engagement and joint efforts to address local challenges.Increase enrollment and retention in critical academic programs by supporting efforts to recruit and retain individuals in academic programs that are vital to critical industries, resulting in a higher number of students pursuing careers in these sectors.Improve career readiness for peers by providing career exploration resources, workshops, and mentoring to help students develop the necessary skills, knowledge, and confidence for successful entry into critical industries.Contribute to local impact and community solutions by addressing economic and college access challenges and preparing individuals to enter academic programs and careers in critical industries, thereby positively impacting the lives of both individuals and the broader community.Increase awareness and engagement by highlighting careers in critical industries, encouraging more individuals to pursue these pathways, and fostering community support for such initiatives.Increase brand visibility and engagement through strategic social and digital media outreach by implementing effective social and digital media outreach strategies, resulting in the organization’s enhanced reputation, public awareness about our mission and programs, and ultimately attracting more support and involvement from the community.Qualifications​: Pursuing a degree in a related academic program at Arapahoe Community College or Community College of DenverMinimum Certificate Level 1 or one year into the corresponding degree programA demonstrated interest in AmeriCorps and/or other national service programsInterest in developing skills around social and digital media marketingStrong initiative and personal integrity with demonstrated ability to work independently to implement innovative ideas, identify and resolve day-to-day program problems, as well as work collaboratively with a team of peers and supervisorsAbility to attend workshops, meetings, and events that meet specific programmatic goals and service-designated target audiencesStrong written and oral communication skills, including public speaking skillsStrong organizational and documentation skillsExcellent interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively with faculty, staff, students, administrators, community-based agencies/groups, and the publicEssential CriteriaExcellent verbal and written communication skills, including public speaking and the ability to communicate effectively with students, higher education faculty and staff, professionals working in nonprofit and general education settings, and various segments of the publicExcellent follow-through and time management skills Ability to effectively build relationships with a wide variety of constituents, including first-year students and their families, peer leaders/mentors, human service professionals, academic advisors, faculty members, and organization leaders Strong computer skills, including the ability to effectively use email, spreadsheets, databases, word processing software, and data analysis software Strong conflict management and organizational skills, paired with solid judgmentDesired SkillsDemonstrated interest and experience in developing social and digital media marketing strategiesUnderstanding of campus community, and campus resourcesExperience with leveraging community resourcesStrong initiative and personal integrity with demonstrated ability to work independently to implement innovative ideas, identify and resolve day-to-day program problems, as well as work collaboratively with a team of peers and supervisorsAbility to attend workshops, meetings, and events that meet specific programmatic goals and service-designated target audiencesStrong written and oral communication skills, including public speaking skillsStrong organizational and documentation skillsExcellent interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively with faculty, staff, students, administrators, community-based agencies/groups, and the publicRequirements HS Diploma or equivalent experienceUS Citizen or legal permanent residentMust be able to complete federal background checkAs part of the service, the AmeriCorps member will participate in training and professional development with fellow AmeriCorps members in the CRCorps cohort. Roughly 10-15 percent of the member’s time will be devoted to professional development.Be a licensed driver and have access to a personal vehicle, or public transportation.Pursuing a 2-year degree in a related academic programMinimum Certificate Level 1 or one year into the corresponding degree programA demonstrated interest in AmeriCorps and/or other national service programsBenefits: AmeriCorps State and National benefits available to CRCorps members include but are not limited to:Living allowanceSegal Education Award (partial, for part-time AmeriCorps member; see here for details)Skills-based and professional development trainingForbearance on federally-backed student loansAccess to the Employers of National Service network after your service termWraparound services from your college The Campus Compact CRCorps Industry Ambassador / Member is a part-time (22 hours per week), non-exempt position. It is an end-date position subject to renewal based on funding availability and incumbent performance. The work requires local travel.


Student Contractor at U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts

Employer: U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts Expires: 08/12/2024 UNITED STATES PROBATION & PRETRIAL SERVICES OFFICE DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTSNOTICE OF VACANCYPOSITION TITLE: Student ContractorPOSITION TYPE: Full-Time/Part-Time Temporary, Excepted ServiceANNOUNCEMENT #: USPO #24-03LOCATION: Boston, MACLASSIFICATION LEVEL: CL 22 ($17.18 - $21.49 per hour)OPENS: 2/9/2024 CLOSES: Open Until Filled {Preference to those that apply by 2/23} The U.S Probation & Pretrial Services Office for the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts is currently accepting applications for a temporary full-time and/or part-time Student Contractor positions. The Student Contractor provides support to the office located in Worcester. The appointment(s) will be for one year and a day. Extension of the appointments, either on a full or part time basis, is possible based upon need and budget. Representative Duties:• Assist officers conduct investigations and verify background information concerning persons charged with a federal offense when they are arrested or summoned to court.• Assist in the operation of on-site substance abuse testing program. Record results of drug testing into PACTS and notify pretrial services officers. Maintain drug testing equipment, including oversight of supplies. Maintain all laboratory logs.• Maintain contact with pretrial services officers to ensure all clients required to undergo urinalysis are tested.• Provide administrative assistance to the Location Monitoring Officers.• Assist Officers with administrative duties such as scanning, shredding, copying, filing, conduct database searches, chronological entries, etc.• Assist in performing receptionist duties by greeting visitors/defendants in person and/or on the telephone directing them to the appropriate staff member. Process outgoing mail/receiving mail and routing to the appropriate staff member.• Perform other duties as assigned.Qualifications• Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.• Skill in using personal computers and software applications, specifically Windows 10, scanners, copy machines, data entry, MS Office 365, and Outlook.• Flexibility in adapting workplace changes.• Ability to maintain confidentiality.• Ability to work in a team setting.• Ability to meet required deadlines, maintain tracking systems related to cases.• Ability to maintain concentration despite interruptions.• Ability to type.• Good knowledge of office procedures, practices, and processes.• Extensive knowledge of proper grammar usage and the ability to edit efficiently.• General knowledge of the criminal justice system and legal terminology.• Fluency in Spanish is helpful, but not required.EducationTo qualify, a person must be a high school graduate or equivalent. Applicant must be currently enrolled or completed an undergraduate or graduate degree in social work, criminal justice, criminology, psychology, sociology, human relations, or a related field of study.FBI Background InvestigationAs a condition of employment, the selected candidate must successfully complete a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) background investigation, defined as a technical fingerprint search of the criminal history records of the FBI national fingerprint database. BenefitsA generous benefits package is available and includes the following:• Eleven (11) paid federal holidays• Paid annual and sick leave• Retirement benefits under the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS), which includes the Thrift Savings Plan, a 401k style retirement savings program with employer matching and automatic contributions• Health benefits under the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (FEHB)• Life insurance benefits under the Federal Employees Group Life Insurance Program (FEGLI)• Flexible Benefits Program with Healthcare, Dependent Care, and Commuter/Parking Reimbursement Accounts• Dental and Vision insurance options under the Federal Employees Vision and Dental Insurance Program (FEDVIP)• Transit Subsidy ProgramHoursHours of operation are Monday to Friday, 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM. Some flexibility in start and end times, as approved by the Chief U.S. Probation Officer and Department Manager. Additional hours, as needed.APPLICATION PROCESS:Consideration will only be given to those that apply through the court’s online applicant tracking system. To view openings and to apply, visit our applicant tracking system at https://forms.mad.uscourts.gov/recruitment/Applicants must submit the following:1. A cover letter of interest of interest indicating why you are interested in being considered for this position2. A current resume3. A list of three (3) professional references and their current contact information; and4. A completed AO-78, Application for Federal Judicial Branch Employment (submitted via applicant system);Information For Applicants:The District of Massachusetts is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to a diversified workforce. Employees of the U.S. Probation & Pretrial Services Office are appointed in the excepted service, are considered “at-will” employees, and serve at the pleasure of the Court. All Court employees are required to adhere to a Code of Conduct, copies of which are available upon request. Applicants must be a United States Citizen or permanently eligible to work in the United States. The United States District Court is a part of the Judicial Branch of the United States government. Although comparable to the Executive Branch (civil service) in salary, leave accrual, health benefits, life insurance benefits, and retirement benefits, generally court employees are not subject to the many statutory and regulatory provisions that govern civil service employment.The U. S. Probation & Pretrial Services Office reserves the right to modify the conditions of this job announcement or to withdraw the job announcement or to fill the position earlier than the closing date, if a closing date is shown, any of which actions may occur without any prior written notice. This job announcement may involve filling more than one position described herein.Due to the expected high volume of applicants for this position, the U.S. Probation Office will only make contact with those qualified applicants who will be invited to interview. Applicants invited for a personal interview will be subject to a criminal record check with law enforcement agencies.The Federal Financial Management Reform Act requires direct deposit of federal wages.NO FAXES OR EMAIL PLEASEEQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


MARKETING AND MEDIA CONTENT DEVELOPER INTERNSHIP at Integrasense Incorporated

Employer: Integrasense Incorporated Expires: 07/26/2024 POSITION SUMMARY: The Marketing Developer will be responsible for maintaining and updating all content on our Web site. This includes adding new products, services, news and inbound content. The goals are to a provide comprehensive and relevant image of our Company/ Brand, our portfolio and service offering while attracting site traffic, converting that traffic into new leads for the business, and nurturing those leads to close into customers.  RESPONSIBILITIES: Continually update products and services content including product messaging, value propositions, data sheets, manuals and media via our CMS (Content Management System) Web interface.Build and manage a rich content/editorial calendar that attracts a qualified audience to our owned properties (including blog posts, whitepapers, reports, webinars, infographics, etc.).Grow new leads, including marketing-qualified leads, by converting site traffic through calls-to-action, landing pages, and lead generation content (including offers).Optimize our marketing automation and lead nurturing processes through email, content, and social channels.Establish closed-loop analytics with sales to understand how our inbound marketing activity turns into customers, and continually refine our process to convert customers.Collaborate with designers, product marketers, sales professionals, and external influencers and industry experts to produce relevant content that meets the needs of both key stakeholders and our audience.Assist with events and planning, including working with vendors, event coordinators, and design teams for on-site collateral.Create content regularly to grow the company’s footprint (press releases, corporate announcements, and creative content).  EDUCATION, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE: BA / BS Degree /Technical School in Marketing, Communications, Media or Business2+ experience in marketing preferredProficiency in content management systems. You will be expected to build product pages, optimize the conversion paths on those pages, and use dynamic calls-to-action to create and test buyer stage-specific calls-to-action.Excellent written and oral communication skills.Creative thinker, with an ability to use data to inform all decisions.Proficiency in MS office, multimedia software and marketing automation software.Experience producing content for the web specifically, as well as channel-specific knowledge (blog, SlideShare, Facebook, Twitter, etc.).Bonus skills: Wordpress, HTML/CSS, Javascript, Adobe Creative Suite 


Amazon-Summer Internship 24 at RG Barry Brands

Employer: RG Barry Brands Expires: 07/03/2024 Day-to-day Amazon fulfilled by Amazon (FBA) marketplace channel maintenance (with guidance) including Product listings, inventory fulfillment, advertising/promotions, merchandising maintenance and customer service response to inquiries, results reporting, and competitive tracking. Responsibilities:• Ensures daily maintenance of Amazon product catalog detail page listings for accuracy and listing optimization.• Provides online message responses to customer inquiries on items, seller feedback, and product reviews.• Prepares Monday weekly sales and statical business reports from Seller Central. Regularly reports on Voice of Customer account health customer experience and actions needed to improve.• Views daily blogger/influencer reports, recommends appropriate opportunities, sends sample tracks and shares published reviews.• Monitors competition and reports on changes and new competitors through the use of third-party Helium 10 Market Tracker and Keyword tracker tools. Reports on keyword search results and rankings.• Prepares weekly replenishment shipments based on Amazon recommendations and internal forecasts. Enters tracking numbers and follows through to arrival in fulfillment centers. Removes unfulfillable inventory for disposal on a weekly basis.• And other duties as needed.Learning outcomes will include: Gain an understanding of the basic framework of the E-commerce /Internet/ Amazon Marketplace environment and consumer behavior from a practical perspective.Marketing - Consumer Product Goods Marketing -Product launch, marketing strategy, and tactical implementationSales -Account management sales support. Sales acceleration - Steps from Planning & Goal Setting to Discovery to ConversionOperations - Inventory Replenishment Management & PlanningDigital Advertising - Amazon-Sponsored Pay-Per-Click (PPC) Campaign Management, Coupons, Deals, Brand Store, Blogger/influencer ReviewsBusiness Research -Analysis, Sharing of Observations and Insights, Recommendations and Results ReportingCustomer Service - Service Level Expectations and Delivery, Issue resolution, improving customer experienceChallenges will be project-management related --setting weekly goals, regular reporting of progress toward goals every step of the way, and , time management. 


Summer Day Camp Counselor-Intern at KECamps

Employer: KECamps Expires: 08/23/2024 KE Camps is the leading provider of summer camps for country clubs nationwide. We partner with over 230 private clubs all over the country to implement traditional-style day camps for elementary-aged children. Our Staff are the backbone of our programs and therefore, we pride ourselves on giving them an incredible amount of support. As a staff member, we guarantee you will feel a part of the KE Camps Team!Our Camp Counselor positions have the potential to serve as competitively paid internships that meet your course credit needs.First and foremost, your primary responsibilities will be as a Camp Counselor. As an Intern, you will be expected to fulfill your regular daily job responsibilities and it will be up to you to complete your internship responsibilities and to ensure that they do not interfere with your work obligations. Contact your college advisor in advance and ask them if you can use your summer camp job as a practicum, internship or for other course credits. If KE Camps can meet your internship requirements, your on-site Camp Director will be your field supervisor and oversee your course work. You will also be connected to a KE Camps contact at our HQ in Skillman, NJ. To receive credit, you must complete the course, practicum or internship per your college's parameters and complete your summer employment.  As a Camp Counselor, you will be an active participant in all camp activities and will assist your Camp Director with a variety of daily tasks, all with the goal of creating a memorable and meaningful camp experience for your campers. Our Counselors interact with our campers throughout the entire day, helping them make friends, try new things, and generally caring for their well-being. The role of a Counselor is to participate, build relationships and have fun while ensuring the physical and emotional safety of every child. Camp Counselor QualitiesAbility to help children grow in character, experiences and insightsAbility to guard the health and well-being of campers at all timesCapable of sustaining energy for participation in a full day's worth of activitiesPrior experience working with childrenEnthusiastic, Responsible, Dependable, Consistent, Level-Headed, Flexible, and Calm in all situationsCPR/First Aid Certified OR willing to become certified before the summer beginsCamp Counselor ResponsibilitiesWork with group of campers and provide a fun, safe and exciting camp experienceCooperate with fellow Counselors and Camp DirectorGreet families and campers upon arrivalSupport Camp Director in establishing rules and emergency procedures with campersParticipate in all camp activitiesSupervise daily swim time in a hands-on manner from within the water (lifeguard certification not required)Help out where needed and lead activities when asked to by the Camp DirectorComplete other duties, as assignedBenefits of Interning with KE CampsBuild Critical Skills - You will gain skills sought after by employers. 21st Century Skills such as creativity, problem solving, flexibility, collaboration, organization, planning and communication are just a few of the strengths you'll build throughout the summer.Networking Opportunities - You will build professional contacts with other staff and camp alumni. You'll have the opportunity to create connections that can provide a link to future internships and job opportunities in a variety of careers.Hands on Leadership Experience - You will supervise a group of campers, lead programs and positively influence the next generation. This is a hands-on leadership experience in which you will engage in active decision-making, behavior management, and team development.  Find out more at www.kecamps.com!


Commercial Sales Intern at Zapp AG

Employer: Zapp AG Expires: 06/21/2024 Commercial Sales InternGoal: Provide Intern with real-life work experience in Zapp Precision Strip’s Commercial Department.Responsibilities:  Support execution of Commercial departments business goals by performing assigned duties which are not limited to the following:Actively seek learning opportunities, engage in training sessions, and participate in mentorship programs to develop sales skills, industry knowledge, and professional growth.Develop a working understanding of Commercial, business-to-business practices to provide Industrial Products, specifically Metal – Precision Strip to the marketplace.Collaborate with cross-functional teams, including operations, logistics, technical services, and quality to ensure seamless coordination and delivery of service and product to our customers.Learn a basic understanding of what Zapp Precision Strip’s product & service offerings are and how our customers use them.Shadowing members of the Sales department as they perform their duties including but not limited to:  *Exposure to Zapp’s sales process which is focused on identifying and resolving our customer’s problems Learn our various customer support processes and procedures and work with both internal and external customers to refine and improve these processes and procedures to insure “best of class” experience by our external customers.  Support New Customer initiatives by prospecting and lead generation activities, including identifying and qualifying potential clients, conducting outreach campaigns, and organizing prospect databases.  Provide updates or assistance on customer orders and shipping statusSupport Commercial team’s system support needs including but not limited to updating metrics, forecasting, market research (Customer, Product, Application, Competition) Competitor/Market), planning & strategy development, maintaining contact lists and communication development.Providing administrative support, when needed, within the Commercial department.Shadow and support Account Managers to learn how to interact with customers including some local travel to participate in customer meetings and plant tours.Qualifications:Effective communication skills which include verbal and writtenKnowledge with Microsoft Office such as Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, and WordHigh level of efficiency, accuracy, and responsibilityCurrently pursuing a degree in Business, Sales, Marketing, or a related fieldStrong communication and interpersonal skills to effectively engage with clientsKnowledge of the metal recycling industry is a plusSelf-motivated, goal-oriented, and eager to learn and contribute to Team success 


Youth Counselor at Boys and Girls Club of Greater New Bedford

Employer: Boys and Girls Club of Greater New Bedford Expires: 06/19/2024 Seeking talent. The Boys and Girls Club of Greater New Bedford is seeking talented people in computer science/digital arts, dance, the martial arts, music, athletics to share their passions with youth (7-17). Be prepared to share a portfolio or samples of your skills and show a willingness to grow that talent. Tech (Digital Music & Art)Presently, we offer 45-1:30 min classes in video game programming and coding music & art in Scratch, Sonic Pi, Processing, and Python. We would like to offer more game design/programming classes in Roblox, Minecraft+Python, Unity or other 3D engine. We have a vector art program and use Inkscape. The svg files are used as sprites for games, graphic designs, t-shirt prints, 3D models, and laser cutting/engraving. We use TinkerCAD for 3D modeling, but are looking to offer more intense courses (e.g. Blender). We are also looking to run programs in animation. For digital music, we have MIDI keyboards and use Garageband and bandlab. Athletics We offer clinics, training in most sports and are always looking for coaches (soccer, football, basketball, volleyball, pickleball, etc), conditioning coaches (we have a dedicated space for strength & conditioning), and the martial arts.  DanceWe have a studio and would like to offer more classes in multiple styles (from cheer to stepping to specific genres like hip hop, jazz, tap, etc) OtherChess players, hair and make-up artists, theater… whatever your passion, we can probably create something around that. Overall Objectives of position of Youth Counselor: to be responsible for providing leadership and supervision for assigned children of the afterschool and/or summer activities.Ensure the safety and well-being of participants of various ages from a variety of physical and behavioral backgrounds.Supervise members while participating in indoor and outdoor activities i.e. games, arts & crafts, educational and cultural activities, field trips, short hikes, sports, and other daily activities.Maintain a good relationship with members, parents, the general public and other staff members.Assist Director of Operations/Assistant Executive Director and/or in planning, implementing and carrying out of daily activities. May be asked to track and assess outcomes through periodic activity reports.Inspect work area for safety concerns and report to Director of Operations/Assistant Executive Director.Ensure that all members are following policies.Must fully inform the Director of Operations/Assistant Director of any possible problems relating to program and/or participants.Job Type: Part-timeSalary: $15.00 - $40.00 per hourSchedule: After school 2:30-6Monday to Friday


Paralegal Specialist at Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Division Newport

Employer: Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Division Newport Expires: 11/06/2024 DutiesYou will provide Legal Matter Management database operations by review incoming work assignments and properly identifying and characterizing such assignments for entry into the Office’s legal database.You will populate the database with relevant information from previous cases in order to assist the attorney with working the matter/assignment.You will provide dedicated legal and administrative support to the Counsel.You will perform advanced analysis under a wide variety of action submitted for legal review and perform needed legal research manually and on legal search engines (such as Lexis), the internet and other automated systems.You will prepare legal memorandums based on results of legal research, and/or make appropriate replies, orally and in writing.You will perform litigation paralegal support by establishing and maintaining litigation case files, meeting filing deadlines, compiling evidentiary administrative records to accompany litigation reports, pleadings and a variety of other documents.You will develop initial drafts of basic briefs and motions for the attorneys. 


Educator Fellowship at Eagle Rock School & Professional Development Center

Employer: Eagle Rock School & Professional Development Center Expires: 06/30/2024  Eagle Rock Instructional FellowshipPosition DescriptionThe Eagle Rock Fellowship selects promising young educators to participate in advanced service and leadership development focused on education and youth work. Located at the nationally recognized Eagle Rock School and Professional Development Center in Estes Park, Colorado,  Eagle Rock is an opportunity for young leaders who are passionate about working with 15-21 year-old students from diverse backgrounds for whom having voice and agency in their education is the pathway to success. We also support schools nationally to implement effective and engaging practices to equitably serve all students. Eagle Rock is proud to be an antiracist, social justice organization. Eagle Rock will engage eight fellows to work between late August and early June. In their positions, fellows will apprentice with our experienced staff, specifically in the areas of youth development, social work, and education. This position includes instructional, residential, and professional development responsibilities. Fellows participate in a rigorous leadership development program, on-going training, and community-building activities.  Instructional Fellow responsibilities include co-teaching courses with experienced Instructional Specialists in a specific content area. Eagle Rock courses are high-interest courses that teach transferable skills using our backwards design process. Past courses include Borders and Identity, Socially Engaged Animation, Birds, Bats, and Bees, Feeling Lucky (about probability), Recetas de Resistencia, and many others. As the year progresses, fellows gain more autonomy and influence on course design and hopefully teach their own course by the 3rd trimester.  Other responsibilities include providing evening programming that ranges from school dances to discussions of current events to clubs to study hall. Instructional fellows will also work with our Professional Development Center, engaging changemakers across the country to ensure schools equitably serve all students.   Fellows serve as advisors to a small cohort of students, providing academic and personal support, and are part of a community where we all share our passions and skills. There are infinite opportunities to use your talents and experience to contribute to students’ experiences at Eagle Rock and to impact students’ experiences in schools across the country.Instructional Content Areas ArtSocieties and CulturesEnglish and LiteratureMathScience Spanish Responsibilities and AttitudeCo-design, co-plan and co-instruct classesDevelop and administer assessments and write student evaluations Meet with Instructional Specialist outside of class for planning, weekly check-ins, feedback Supervise students and organize activities during out-of-class time – evenings and weekendsDevelop positive mentoring relationships with students, fostering personal and community growthParticipate as a member of a student house team in advisory, intramural sports, meals and retreatsSupport program staff, your supervisors and administrative staff in duties as appropriate and necessaryProgram Training2-week orientationFirst aid, CPR, and safe driving trainingsOn-going professional development in instructional strategies, youth development, and leadership Work scheduleEagle Rock fellows work either a Sunday-Thursday or Tuesday-Saturday schedule, including regular evening responsibilities. Instructional fellows will spend one evening a week and one weekend day ‘on duty’ providing supervision for students during out of class time. As the job is residential in nature, fellows also participate in a number of activities outside their typical work day: community meetings, dinners with house teams, evening activities, affinity group meetings, intramural sports, community service, and transporting students off campus.Desired Skills and ExperienceStrong academic background in instructional content areaRelevant experience working with youth, in non-profit or educational settings, ideally high school age Self starter who is flexible and possesses energy to meet demands of a residential community lifeStrong ability to work independentlyStrong communication skills Ability to give and receive feedbackAbility to find a need and fill itDriver’s license and good driving recordCollege degree or equivalent life experience post high schoolAwareness and knowledge of cultural competencies and social justice issues with demonstrated actions toward creating more just and equitable communitiesProgram Benefits$20,500 to $22,740 living stipendPrivate room in a communal houseOptional meals while students are on campusHealthcare (fully covered) On-going professional development, coaching and mentorshipUse of laptop for the year$500 professional development stipend$5,000 education bonus once program is completedPossible student loan forbearance Teaching License: Opportunity to apply for and participate in a Colorado state alternative teacher licensure program, paid for by Eagle Rock  How to ApplyPlease visit our website for more information about the fellowship including how to apply.https://sites.google.com/eaglerockschool.org/eagle-rock-school-fellowship/home 


Teacher Resident, paired with a mentor teacher while earning teacher licensure and taking university courses at Framingham Teacher Residency AmeriCorps Program

Employer: Framingham Teacher Residency AmeriCorps Program Expires: 07/01/2024 Become a Teacher Resident in the vibrant community of Framingham, Massachusetts!-- Earn your Massachusetts teaching license in Elementary Education or a Secondary-level subject area-- Learn to teach by partnering with an experienced mentor teacher in an elementary or middle school classroom-- Take Framingham State University courses with financial support from the Framingham Public Schools district-- Receive an AmeriCorps stipend of $25,000 over the service year plus health insurance coverage-- Earn a Segal Education Award grant of $7,395 upon serving 1,700 hours by the end of the school year***FOR BEST CONSIDERATION, COMPLETE THE INQUIRY FORM LINKED HERE BY MAY 1, 2024The mission of the Framingham Teacher Residency AmeriCorps Program (FTR) is to prepare multilingual and diverse aspiring teachers to use culturally responsive teaching to inspire students, empower learning, and support high-quality bilingual education in the Framingham Public Schools.FTR AmeriCorps members will be paired with selected mentor teachers to plan and teach lessons and mini-lessons, facilitate small-group classroom activities and large-group discussions, assist students individually, grade and comment on individual student work, carry out classroom administrative duties, and communicate with students’ families. Each FTR AmeriCorps member will gradually take on full responsibility for teaching 75%-80% of their mentor’s classes by the end of their residency and will thereby earn Massachusetts Initial teacher licensure in Elementary Education or in specific Secondary-level subject areas such as Math, Science, History, English, or World Languages for grades 5-12, in accordance with DESE requirements, with training and supervision from FSU faculty.Essential duties:•         Collaborate with a mentor teacher in a core subject area in grades 3-5 or 6-8•         Plan and teach mini-lessons and lessons using culturally responsive teaching techniques•         Facilitate small-group classroom activities with students in grades 3-5 or 6-8•         Facilitate large-group discussions with students in grades 3-5 or 6-8•         Assist individual students in their academic assignments during classes•         Grade and comment on individual student work, with guidance from the mentor teacher•         Assist mentor teacher with administrative duties such as taking attendance, keeping records, and monitoring student behavior•         Assist mentor teacher in communicating with students’ families via telephone, email, and in person•         This position involves recurring access to school-age youth, as defined in 45 CFR §2510.20.•         Enroll in courses at Framingham State University that lead to Massachusetts Initial teacher licensureJob requirements:***FOR BEST CONSIDERATION, COMPLETE THE INQUIRY FORM LINKED HERE BY MAY 1, 2024•         Essential qualifications:1. Proficiency in English2. Status as a citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States3. Ability to satisfy the National Service Criminal History Check eligibility criteria pursuant to 45 CFR 2540.202•         Preferred qualifications:1.        Bachelor’s degree with content-area preparation in Elementary Education or a core Secondary-level subject (Math, Science, History, English, World Languages)2.        Proficiency in Portuguese or SpanishThis program is available to all, without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, age, religion, sexual orientation, disability, gender identity or expression, political affiliation, marital or parental status, genetic information or military service.Reasonable accommodations will be provided as needed for applications, interviews, and service. Please click here to view our program's website: https://www.framingham.k12.ma.us/domain/3249


Engineer at H2Olson Engineering, Inc.

Employer: H2Olson Engineering, Inc. Expires: 06/28/2024 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: www.h2olsonengineering.com.


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.


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