State Farm Internships are open to undergraduate and graduate college students. The internship program is for 11 weeks beginning in May of each year.
Corporate internship positions are located at State Farm headquarters in Bloomington, Illinois. Housing is available at discounted rates. Market area internships are offered at State Farm offices across the country. All internships offer a competitive salary, paid holidays, and a meaningful work experience in a variety of study fields. Recruiting for summer interns is done on campuses throughout the country.
Nordstrom Internships offer opportunities for college students to learn the retail industry at either Nordstrom headquarters in Seattle or any one of Nordstrom retail stores.
Internships are available to college students who are juniors or seniors enrolled in an accredited college or university. Eligible degree programs include fashion merchandising, marketing, finance and information technology. Many students work at Norstrom's flagship store in Seattle, Washington, but internships are also available in other states.
All applicants must be currently enrolled in an accredited college or university and have excellent skills in Microsoft Office applications. Internships may be available in the following areas: Finance, Marketing, Legal, Racing Operations, Marketing Communications, Licensing, Media, Productions, and much more.
Eligible students include those majoring in the areas of engineering, finance, accounting, logistics, supply chain, transportation, marketing, real estate, human resource management, computer science, chemistry and/or biology. Students interested in applying may submit an online application, including a grade transcript, cover letter, resume and letter of recommendation.
Intel Internships offer career experience opportunities for college students pursuing a Bachelors, Masters or Ph.D. degree. Areas include engineering, finance, marketing, technology, human resources and legal.
Students must have strong technical backgrounds and the ability to work well with teams. Interpersonal skills are important in all positions. The internships are 10-12 weeks during the summer and the work is very project-oriented, so students will be expected to manage multiple projects and schedules.
Qualcomm Internship Programs offer three- to nine-month paid internships throughout the year for college students interested in a career in technology. Many internships are at corporate headquarters in San Diego, California.
Each intern is assigned a mentor who will guide them through the program and remain a valuable contact following the internship experience. Students will be able to increase their technical skills through classroom, web and computer-based training. They will have a chance to work on teams with other interns and also gain knowledge from more experienced Qualcomm employees.
Colgate-Palmolive Summer Internship Program is a great opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to work as a member of the U.S. marketing team, in research and development and many other areas of Colgate-Palmolive during the summer. It is a paid internship.
Internships are available in several areas of the company, such as marketing, research and development, finance, supply chain and others. Marketing students, for example, will work with a brand manager and have hands-on experience managing one or more company branded products. They will have interaction with senior management and exposure to other areas of the organization as well. Research and development interns will work in a real lab on projects that include oral, personal and household products.
UPMC’s summer opportunities include positions for any interest (for more information on these opportunities click here):
- Business-related - Summer Associates Program
- Nursing-related - Summer Student Nurse Internship, Physician Services Division Summer Residency
- Clinical-related – Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC Research Internships, UPMC Pharmacy Internships Program
- Other opportunities – Summer Camps
Enrollment in college is not a requirement for this internship. Both women and men may apply as well as U.S. and international citizens. Applicants may apply to increase their knowledge of women's issues, or to gain experience for a career in either non-profit or as a feminine activist. The program is six weeks long and interns work an average of three days per week at the National NOW Action Center.
Paid internships include a stipend and/or school credit, and metro travel expenses. In addition, five interns who live outside NYC will be chosen to receive $1000 additional need-based housing stipends.
Students must be currently enrolled or planning to enroll in a U.S. accredited college or university. Internships require students to work 15-40 hours, 3 days per week. Students must have computer experience including knowledge of Microsoft Office products, excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and preferably some experience either in an office or non-profit environment.
MillerCoors Intern Leadership Program offers a 12-week program for students 21 years of age or older who are interested in a career in the beer production industry.
The internships are at either Chicago or Milwaukee. Students will have an opportunity to learn how beer is made and participate hands-on in beer-making projects. Students are assigned a supervisor who will meet with them weekly to discuss their progress and critique their performance. They will also have opportunities to meet with other employees across many company levels and will participate in beer tasting workshops, tours, and presentations. Social activities and sports include baseball, beach volleyball, boat cruises, and volunteer work at Children's Hospital.
Students applying must be current full-time students enrolled in an accredited college or university. They must have a major in accounting and a grade point average of 3.0 or higher. The internship is three months from May to June. Candidates must have the right to work in the U.S. without restrictions.
Technical internships are offered in the areas of software development, game design, content publishing, hardware engineering and IT and operations. For students interested in a career in finance, marketing, human resources and the law, there are internships for students pursuing a Bachelors or Masters degree or students in their first year of law school.
Internships are available at every level of the organization. The program runs May to August. Students must have a grade point average of 3.0 or above to apply. The internship also provides students an opportunity to earn academic credit during their internship.
Internships during the summer total 11 weeks, from May to August, and are paid internships. Students will work full-time, 40 hours per week. Applicants with a grade point average of 3.2 or above will have the best opportunity to be hired.
The organization seeks to give students who have various types of disabilities a 10-week paid summer internship opportunity. They may choose to work in Congressional offices, federal agencies, nonprofit and for-profit organizations. The program includes a living stipend, housing and travel to and from Washington, DC.
Students may apply from their freshman year on. They can be either part-time or full-time students who are enrolled as undergraduate or graduate students at an accredited U.S. college or university. VSFS is a unique program that offers e-Intern students State Department experience in a virtual setting--without leaving the college campus.
The purpose of the internship is to prepare students for a career in foreign currency market trading. Only students who demonstrate outstanding results will be invited to join as full-time members of the trading team. Completion of the Prop Trader and Fund Manager programs are required before applying for the internship program. During the internship, students will have an opportunity to learn trading software, work at the live trading desk, and complete their National Futures Association Series 3 exam. They are mentored by senior traders.
Disney offers a world-class environment for students to learn and apply their classroom knowledge in a real work setting. Students must be enrolled in a degree program and be juniors or seniors in order to apply. They must have some experience in the area in which they are making application.
Students must have 1-2 years of marketing experience in order to apply. As an Associate Product Manager Intern, students will focus on developing marketing strategies that meet the needs of customers. They will be responsible for market research, competitive analysis, and development of marketing plans.
Internships are available every Spring, Summer and Fall in a number of network departments. Interns will work on meaningful projects and learn from industry leaders. Each intern is assigned a mentor to guide them through their internship and make sure they gain the experience necessary to increase their skills and gain an education outside the classroom.
Applicants must be college juniors or above attending part-time or full-time an accredited college or university. Students may apply for a Fall, Spring or Summer internship program. The program lasts eight weeks and students may receive academic credit for their experience.
My Street Grocery, located in Portland, is a mobile grocer who brings fresh food to residents of underserved communities who cannot get fresh market food on their own. Their mobile trucks supply food to customers throughout the greater Portland area. Interns work 15-20 hours a week in areas such as sales and marketing, promotions, merchandising, ordering and inventory planning and management.
Qualifying students must be currently attending the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences and pursuing a doctoral degree in psychology.