Students wanting practical experience at a world class organization will be able to use their classroom knowledge and develop new skills along the way. They will work with professionals who will help them learn the skills they need to prepare for successful careers in the aerospace, marine and energy industries.
Students may apply for positions within Business Operations, Technical Operations, Analytics, Marketing, Communications and Human Resources. They will not only work with experienced professionals but also attend speaker series, workshops that build their skills, and increase their networking opportunities.
Positions are offered in the areas of marketing, communications, software engineering, product design/development/marketing, legal, and corporate. Students applying must be currently enrolled in an accredited college or university, preferably at a top-tier university; computer science or engineering background is a plus.
Paid internships are offered every summer for college students with an interest in technology and the travel industry. Internships are 10-12 weeks in duration and are located throughout the U.S. and internationally. Internships include competitive pay, relocation assistance and real work experience that is both challenging and fun.
Interns will participate in managing digital records and inventory, arranging and cataloging historical records, and preserving special collections. Interns will be participating in an important project that serves to protect historical information for future generations.
Students may choose to work in Boston, Beijing, Zurich or 50 other locations. More than 100 interns are offered internship positions each year. Interns will work with experienced consultants and learn business strategies, receive training and be assigned real consultant cases for real clients.
Students applying should have outstanding research, writing, and computer skills. They must be 18 years old or older, U.S. citizens, and pursuing a degree at an accredited college or university. Interns will do research in the areas of education, health, sustainable neighborhoods, economic development, civil rights, and labor and employment for AAPI.
The forum is for women only who demonstrate leadership qualities through volunteer work and contributions to their communities. Every year, three women are selected to attend a three-day leadership training and mentorship program in Washington, DC. They also receive up to $2,500 in grant money to help them start their dream projects within their own communities.
The internship is 10 weeks in length and takes place in Washington, D.C. from June to the middle of August. Qualified students must be minorities attending an accredited college or university and majoring in journalism. Students must have a strong interest in writing about science.
Internships are offered at many locations across the U.S. and outside the U.S. Interns will brainstorm ideas, network with other interns, and explore career options. In addition, many will be considered for full-time jobs after graduation. In addition to working and learning, interns will have access to a fitness center, volunteer in the community, and enjoy many fun events with other interns.