Progressive Internships offer college students an opportunity to work for one of the world's largest insurance companies in the areas of Information Technology, Claims or Corporate. Students can put their skills to good use and define their careers.
Each student is assigned a supervisor to guide them through the internship process. In addition, they will work side-by-side with more experienced employees and managers. Students work full-time during the summer at Progressive headquarters in Cleveland. Internship perks include competitive pay, on site fitness center and recreational activities such as ballgames and picnics.
Sony Internships are paid summer opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to gain experience in the areas of Accounting, Communications, Human Resources, and Legal; Corporate Development, Brand Marketing and Music Publishing are internship areas offered to MBA students.
Some internships are paid and others are for academic credit. Interns work full-time during the summer and 20 hours per week for internships during the school year. Students must be enrolled full-time in a four-year college or university. Sony is a fast-paced environment that offers students a dynamic environment that will challenge their skills and give them hands-on experience in their field of interest.
This is a 10-week, intense paid internship program. Interns accepted into the program will work side-by-side with experienced professionals and also have interaction with senior-level staff. Interns will be assigned both a sponsor and a coach to provide ongoing mentoring and guidance throughout the internship. Interns who complete the program will be evaluated for a full-time position after graduation.
Adobe Internships are offered to undergraduate and graduate students in the areas of technical, business and MBA. Locations for the paid internships include San Jose and San Francisco, California; Seattle, Washington; Lehi, Utah; and other key areas around the world.
Technical internships are for students majoring in computer science, computer engineering, mathematics, statistics. Technical internships are for students who want careers as software engineers, software quality engineers, information systems specialists, user interface engineers, and computer scientists. Business internships are offered to students majoring in finance, mathematics, statistics, marketing, customer relationship management, human resources, or law.
Johns Hopkins Summer Internship Program is open to students who are interested in careers in science, medicine and public health. Students must have completed one, two or more years of college before applying.
The internship program runs from May to August. It is a paid internship that also pays a stipend for living expenses. Students will work in a research lab environment and participate in a number of research initiatives in the areas of biomedical and public health. Students live in Johns Hopkins University campus housing with shuttle service provided from campus housing to the Johns Hopkins Medicine Institutions.
Qualified students will find internships in accounting and finance, marketing, engineering, information technology, environment/health/safety, supply chain, geosciences and more. Ideal candidates will be students with not only high academic qualifications but also integrity and honesty, leadership qualities, a strong work ethic, and good communication skills.
Eligible students are those who are majoring in accounting and finance, business, marketing and communications, engineering (including chemical, electrical, environmental, industrial, mechanical), human resources, information technology, supply chain, and more. Internships are available in accounting, human resources, IT, marketing and engineering.
Facebook Internships offer a unique summer experience for college undergraduate, graduate and Ph.D. students from around the world. Students need to be junior or senior undergraduates before applying.
Positions are available in the following areas: software engineering, legal, finance, communications, IT, product management, human resources, marketing and sales, product design and online operations. The internships last 12 weeks during the summer.
Merck Future Talent Program provides internship opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students. Areas include research & development, sales & marketing, information technology, human resources, communications, finance and legal.
Internships are held during June through August for a total of 9-11 weeks. Interns receive competitive pay; subsidized housing and transportation are also available for those who qualify. Merck interns receive meaningful work in a dynamic industry that impacts people's lives. It includes hands-on experience in a student's field of study plus interaction with other functional areas of the company.
Applicants must be at least 18 years old and enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program at an accredited two-year or four-year college or university. The program also accepts students who have graduated in the past 2 years from undergraduate or graduate school.
VMware Internships offer a meaningful work experience for college students who are interested in a career in IT. Internships are offered in the areas of engineering, research & development, finance, and product marketing/management.
VMware internships were rated #1 by Forbes among the highest paid internships in the Silicon Valley. Students accepted receive a competitive salary, housing assistance, and perks that can include free snacks and beverages, game and relaxation rooms, employee discounts, transportation reimbursements, subsidized cafes and fitness facilities, and more. In addition, the VMware campus is considered the best campus in the Silicon Valley by Bayareajobs.com.
Chevron Internships are offered to both undergraduate and MBA students who are in their first year of graduate school. Internships are available in the fields of engineering, business, finance, earth science, information technology, human resources, supply chain, health environment and safety, government and public affairs.
Summer internships are 3-4 months, and other internships can last 6 months. During this time, students will work with a team of experienced professionals at Chevron on real-time projects that the company actually uses. They will have an opportunity to take their classroom skills into a real work environment where they will be used on the job. A drilling engineer student will work on an actual oil rig site, and an internship in earth science gives students the experience of analyzing real geological data.
Bank of America Internships are available to both undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in a four-year college degree program who want a career in banking. Opportunities exist in the following areas: auditing, global and commercial banking, technology and operations, investments, human resources, consumer and small business banking.
The company recruits for internship positions on campuses throughout the country in September - November, and January - March each year. Students may also apply online to find internship positions that are a good fit with their skills and career goals. Interns receive challenging on-the-job training as well as courses during the internship that will help them develop their knowledge and skills.
NBC Universal Internships include paid summer internship programs offered by NBC Universal parent company on the East and West coasts. Internships are also available at 10 NBC television stations in eight states.
Internships are offered in the following categories: advertising & sales, finance & accounting, human resources, graphic arts, journalism, marketing and public relations, legal, web content, video editing, photography, production and entertainment. In addition, there is an Operation and Technical Services summer internship program for students studying engineering, emerging media technology, global television and film technical operations. Students must be in an Associates, Bachelor or graduate degree program and be a sophomore before applying. A grade point average of 3.0 or above is required.
Deloitte Summer Internship Program offers a number of summer internships for accounting students who are juniors or seniors in college. About 70 undergraduate students are hired each summer.
The internships are for 12 weeks during the summer. Students have the opportunity to work all 12 weeks in one department or six weeks each in two different departments. Departments include audit, tax, consulting, corporate finance, internal audit and others. The program runs from June to August.
Amazon Internships are available to college students currently pursuing an undergraduate, technical, or MBA or Masters degree.
Internships are available in the areas of human resources, operations, finance, product management and technical. Amazon is looking for students who have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, a strong work ethic, and a take charge attitude. The internship experience will provide students with increased skills and experience in their field of study.
Internships are offered to college students studying in the areas of accounting and finance, marketing and communications, human resources and organizational behavior, engineering, law and computer science. Applicants must have a grade point average of 3.25 or higher in order to apply.
Abercrombie & Fitch Internships are available for college students interested in a career in fashion design. Students must be in a degree program in graphic design, apparel design, technical design or CAD design.
The internships are located at Abercrombie & Fitch headquarters in New Albany, Ohio, and provide design students interactive, hands-on sessions either in classrooms or on the job. Apparel designers, for example, will be able to create clothing designs from concept to production. Graphic designers will work with the Research and Development team to create designs that will appear on clothing. Technical designers will work with the Design and Merchandising teams from clothing sketches to live model fitting.CAD designers will experience working on prints, patterns and embroideries.
Ernst & Young Internships are available for college students who are pursing careers in accounting and finance. Accounting majors will gain on-the-job experience in the areas of Assurance, Advisory, Tax and Transaction Advisory Services.
Each student is assigned a counselor who will guide them throughout their internship and provide helpful feedback. On-the job training, coaching and technology training are included in the internship experience. Students will have an opportunity to work on projects for real clients in a variety of businesses and industries.
Target Internship Program offers summer opportunities for college students to learn more about their future careers in an actual work environment. Opportunities are available in the areas of pharmacy, distribution, finance and accounting, business, marketing, product design and technology.
Students work for a period of ten weeks during the summer at Target headquarters in Minneapolis, Minnesota or Ontario, Canada, at distribution centers located in 22 states, or other locations around the country. Internships are offered to current college students, pharmacy students and recent college graduates. Pharmacy students must have completed at least one year of pharmacy school. A grade point average of 3.0 or higher is required.
Cisco Internships are offered to undergraduate and graduate students in the areas of sales, engineering, finance, human resources, business operations, and marketing. Summer internships begin in May or June and last three months. Other internship opportunities are available throughout the year.
Locations include the U.S., Canada, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa, Central and Eastern Europe. Students must be enrolled in a four-year college degree program. Some internships may require a student to be pursuing an MBA degree. In some internships, relocation assistance may be offered.
BP Internship Program offers college students the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in their chosen field. BP recruits students for internships in engineering, science and business.
Internships take place during the summer but can also be available at other times during the year. Students must have completed at least one year of school and have a high academic record. In addition, BP looks for candidates who have strong leadership and communication skills and are self-motivated. Technician internships are also available for process, production, instrumentation, electrical, and mechanical technician students.
Applicants must be entering their junior or senior year in college, or pursuing a Master's program. Eligible majors include Industrial Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Economics, Finance or Business.
Internships are offered in the areas of business, finance, accounting, customer service, information technology, marketing, sales, legal, human resources, and much much more. Internships are 10-12 weeks in duration during the summer and includes competitive pay to all interns, plus housing assistance for students based outside of the Seattle area.
GE Internships are available for full-time college students currently attending a four-year college or university. Opportunities are offered to both undergraduate and graduate students.
Undergraduate students must have a grade point average of 3.0 or above, and students pursuing a masters program must have a grade point average of 3.2. Students work on challenging projects and gain valuable experience in their chosen field. The internships offer a competitive wage and may earn the same benefits as full-time employees.