Interns work on real projects and learn about all the company business units. They will have the opportunity to use their classroom knowledge and increase their skill set. Staples interns are also able to explore different career opportunities.
Students must be currently enrolled in either high school, home school, undergraduate or graduate college, vocational or technical school. Students may be either part-time or full-time students. All candidates must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident and meet the qualifications for each internship position.
The internship program includes a combination of classroom education with hands-on work experience. Interns begin by taking classes in advanced manufacturing technologies in electrical controls, robotics, mechanical systems, programmable logic controllers, hydraulics and pneumatics at Vincennes University.
This is an excellent internship for engineering students, as well as students studying accounting, finance, business or marketing. Internships are also available in aerospace research, computer science and software engineering, information security, nuclear science and chemistry. The company actively recruits students and new graduates to fill internship and full-time positions that meet the company's current and future business needs.
Eligible candidates include current high school students, and college students currently attending a four-year college or university, junior college or community college. Students attending technical and vocational schools are also eligible, as well as students pursuing advanced degrees or other qualified degree or certification programs.
Interns will receive first-hand experience is all the disciplines of the advertising industry, including copywriting, art direction, public relations, media planning and buying, account planning and management, and much more. The internship includes not only work experience but participation in workshops and seminars that will enhance the student's knowledge and understanding in the field of advertising.
The internship is 10 weeks in duration and is located near Washington, D.C. All expenses for housing, food and travel are paid by the program. In addition, interns receive a stipend of $4,500. The internship is held during the summer. All interns live in two interconnected townhouses located in the housing village on campus.
The Animal Behavior Professional Internship gives students hands-on experience in conducting animal behavior and conservation research. Eligible candidates must major in Biology, Zoology, Psychology or other related major. In addition, Disney offers the Animal Nutrition Internship for college juniors and seniors majoring in Animal Science, Nutrition, Biology, Zoology, Wildlife Biology, Food Science or related major.
Candidates must have exceptional skills in Excel and Python and have a strong interest in financial markets. Interns will have the opportunity to work with some of the brightest and best people in the industry and gain valuable work experience while continuing their education.
Areas of study that are included in eligibility are chemistry, materials science, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering or electrical engineering for research and development, engineering or manufacturing internships; accounting for finance internships; management information systems and computer science for information technology internships.
The internships are unpaid and for experience only. Both full-time and part-time internships are offered. Internship duties may range from preparing and delivering letters and reports, maintaining spreadsheets, producing briefing books and materials, and other research, administrative and communication tasks. Candidates must have strong verbal and written communication skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office programs.
Candidates for an internship must be students of high caliber with excellent academics. In addition to pay, interns will work with some of the best engineers in the industry and gain valuable experience at a diversified global manufacturing and technology company. Past interns have rated this internship highly for many reasons, including challenging work, real-world experience and an opportunity to position themselves for a full time job.
Internships are offered in operations areas such as administration, finance, human resources, technology, consumer response and minority and women inclusion. Other positions are offered in communications, consumer education and legal. Qualifications may vary with positions. Legal internships are generally available to second year law students.
Internships are available in many areas, including but not limited to: publishing, digital media, creative services, editorial, marketing, public relations, promotions and events, and more. Opportunities are offered at many of the Emmis Communications sites. Work is for college credit only, and work schedules are flexible to accommodate students' class schedules.
Internships are offered in the areas of business, marketing, communications, finance, information technology, real estate, supply chain, human resources and more. Interested students may have the opportunity to work at corporate headquarters, global corporate offices, or McDonald’s Center of Learning and Excellence, otherwise known as Hamburger University.
Internships are generally available in the areas of accounting, engineering, information technology, human resources and supply chain management. Interns will receive challenging and meaningful projects and work with industry professionals. Interns will not only increase their skill level but also their potential for joining the company full-time after graduation.
Eligible students may major in communications, computer science, engineering (chemical, electrical, environmental, mechanical and paper), finance, pulp and paper technology, forestry, human resources and marketing. Internship positions will place students in an area that matches their interest and background.
Internships are held every summer for 12 weeks. These paid internships pair students with experienced professionals and also provides opportunities for networking and career exploring. Applicants must be currently enrolled in an accredited college or university and have a grade point average of 3.0 or higher.
They must also have at least one term of school remaining after the internship program ends.
For 10-12 weeks every summer, interns receive challenging work experience within a technical environment. Working at company headquarters will also expose interns to a dynamic environment. Here they will be able to use their classroom knowledge on real engineering projects. At the same time, they will enjoy company volunteer activities, networking, and social events.
SAP interns not only earn pay for their internship, but more importantly, are able to gain valuable on-the-job experience in their field. They are also able to explore various career opportunities while they are still in college. Students who experience internships get a jump start on their careers.
Internships are available in the areas of accounting, business, finance, law, marketing, sales, information technology, and more. Internships run from May to August every year and last for 10-12 weeks. Interns are given challenging assignments in key business segments and corporate functions that will develop their professional and leadership skills. Students can major in a variety of areas and find an internship that will meet their needs.
Students need to have a grade point average of 3.0 or above. Some positions may require the completion of courses before applying. Internships are available in the areas of business, finance, engineering, marketing, information technology, human resources, software, and more. Most positions begin in May or June each year.
Internship opportunities are offered in accounting, health, finance, human resources, information technology, legal, marketing, sales, general management, nursing and pharmacy. Internships give students an opportunity to experience their chosen career path while attending college.
Interns will be able to develop their clinical skills with the help of a preceptor who will mentor them throughout their internship program. Interns will be given challenging projects and responsibilities that extend the educational concepts and skills learned in pharmacy school.
About 50 internships are offered by Tyson Foods each year. Summer internships are 40 hours per week positions. Full-time paid internships are also available throughout the year. During the school year, interns generally work about 20 hours per week.