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Plante Moran Internships

Plante Moran Internships are for college juniors and seniors preparing for careers in accounting. The 6 to 12-week program is a paid internship with a top accounting firm.

Interns must be in their junior or senior year of college and majoring in accounting or related field. Interns are offered various positions focused within the firm’s assurance, tax, finance, marketing, and consulting practices. Positions are available in Ohio, Michigan, and Illinois. 'Find $100.00 And It's Yours' Contest

Ever wish you just found $100.00? Well on February 29th @ 5PM we will 'loose' $100 somewhere on our website, and if you are the first to find it and submit a qualified submission, it’s yours to keep.

It’s just that simple.

How to play:

1. @ 5:01PM EST on Monday, February 29th, go to

2. Click on as many  web pages as you can on, carefully looking for a green $100.00 bill/image, that looks like the image below, BUT the winning image is green/black/white, NOT orange/black/white.
SAMPLE ONLY - The actual winning image is green/black/white
3. If you find it, immediately send an e-mail* to with the URL (e.g. of the page where you find the $100.00 bill/image, alongside your first name, last name, and the USA** city and state where you currenlty reside. Your e-mail will be your qualified submission.***

4. @ 5:00PM EST on Sunday, March 6th, 2016 we will remove the green/black/white $100.00 bill/image from our website, thus closing the contest.

5. The winner, the FIRST qualified**** submission we receive (e-mail timestamps of all submissions will be used to determine the winner) will be announced on Monday, March 7th, 2016. There can only be one winner.

6. Follow us on social media or visit our website frequently to learn of additional upcoming opportunities to win more cash.

Please read full official contest rules here, Official Contest Rules.

* Multiple e-mails/submissions do not guarantee a winner.
** We are only able to mail the $100 gift card to USA addresses only.
*** Your submission will also automatically subscribe you to our e-mail list. If you do NOT want to subscribe to our e-mail list, please type EXCLUDE in your submission.
**** Qualified submissions must include first name, last name, the URL where the green/black/white $100 bill/image was found, and the USA city and state where you currently reside.

Northwestern Mutual Internship Program

Northwestern Mutual Internship Program offers a rich and rewarding work experience program for college students pursuing careers in the financial services industry. The internship program has been rated by Vault a Top Ten Internship for the past 19 years in a row.

The internship program is 6 to 12-weeks in duration. Interns will work with company financial representatives and professional office staff. Part of their responsibilities will be meeting with clients to find out their needs and goals, making recommendations for the best investment products, and servicing clients after the sale.

Elliott Davis Decosimo Internship Program

Elliott Davis Decosimo Internship Program is for college students interested in careers within public accounting. The 7-week summer program is a paid internship.

The internship is designed to give students an opportunity to discover potential career paths at Elliott Davis Decosimo. Interns are treated like full-time staff members, working on audits and other projects that give them valuable work experience in the public accounting field.

Evercore Advisory Summer Associate Program

Evercore Advisory Summer Associate Program is open to undergraduates and graduate students with an interest in investment banking. Positions are offered in Evercore's Advisory, Institutional Equities, and Private Funds Group businesses.

Internships are 10 weeks in duration and include pay. Interns receive rigorous training and ongoing mentoring. They receive a broad range of experiences in investment banking, including acquisitions, restructurings, recapitalizations, divestitures, partnerships, joint ventures, private equity, research, and sales and trading activities.

Top Ten Dating Tips For College Students

Top Ten Dating Tips For College Students

BY coritagg

Dating in college can be really fun. It can also be disappointing, frustrating and just plain old annoying, but finding the right guy for you doesn’t need to take an act from Congress. So here are the top ten dating tips by college students for college students, or in other words things that have worked!

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Our favorites: Tip #1, #3, #4, #8, #10.

Broadcom Internships

Broadcom Internships are listed among Glassdoor's top 25 list of best internship opportunities. The company has a strong reputation for matching top college students with challenging internship positions.

Eligible candidates include students currently pursuing a BS, MS or PhD degree from an accredited University or College. Internship opportunities are available in Finance, International Business, Legal, and more. Internships are paid, full-time (40+ hours) positions; part-time positions are also available.

Turner Internships

Turner Internships are open to college juniors, seniors, graduate students and recent graduates. Internships are offered in Atlanta, Los Angeles, New York, and Washington DC.

Internships are available in the areas of Editorial, Production, Design, PR, Marketing, Digital, Finance, Accounting and Technology. All internships are paid positions and are 10-12 weeks in duration for undergraduate internships and 11 months for post-graduate internship positions.

Tech Gadget for College Students: Back to School Gift Guide

Parrot Bebop Drone

The college students of yesteryear packed their laptop computer and a graphing calculator when they went off to school in late August. Today's tech-focused coeds take a large array of tech gadgets with them to campus. From Bluetooth speakers and keyboards to drones, fitness wearables and Go-Pro cameras, the 21st century undergrad makes Elroy Jetson look like Pebbles Flintstone. This back-to-school tech list has both the practical and the just plain fun gadgets for those headed off to academies of higher learning who are desiring high tech.

Parrot Bebop Drone: A drone might not be a required device to pack for college, but it will certainly be a fun, attention-catching toy for a creative college student. This compact, durable, easy-to-use quadcopter is great for capturing overhead video and photos. The Parrot Bebop is one of the most popular recreational use drones on the market and its small and lightweight enough for out-of-the-box usage. The Bebop's camera has been improved from previous drone models and has a 180-degree angle of view with a 14-megapixel sensor. The Bebop can be piloted with a smartphone or tablet. With a GNSS chipset with GPS, Glonass and Galileo built in, the Bebop will return to its take-off location on its own and hover in place 2 meters above the ground. It can reach speeds of around 45 mph. You'll have to recharge the Bebop's battery often between flights, but it will be fun to capture video footage on beautiful fall days from high above the campus.

Priced: $499

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Boston Consulting Group Internships

Boston Consulting Group Internships and Jobs
Boston Consulting Group (BCG) offers internships to college students who are interested in careers in business consulting. The company is interested in people from multiple backgrounds, including business, economics, engineering, psychology, law, classics and more.

The program is 8-12 weeks during which interns will attend training sessions and work with other consultants. They will have an opportunity to become familiar with company clients and gain insight into the business consulting field. Approximately 90 percent of interns are offered full-time positions.

WETA Public Broadcasting Internships

College students interested in a career in public broadcasting are invited to apply for a Fall, Spring or Summer internship with WETA. Undergraduate students, graduate students, and recent graduates are eligible.

Internships are unpaid but may offer college credit. They are approximately three months in length and offer work experience in areas such as communications, corporate marketing, digital media, video production, multimedia web services, broadcasting and more. Students may choose an area of interest that fits into their career goals.

Alion Science and Technology Internships

Alion Science and Technology Internships and Jobs
Alion Science and Technology Corporation hires college students as interns in the areas of science, engineering, computer science, business and finance. These internships are paid and open to college freshman through senior year as well as college graduates.

The internships are generally about three months in length and provide students with excellent work experience within commercial corporations as well as government and non-government agencies. Alion places students in positions with their customers, of which more than 90 percent is the U.S. Department of Defense. Internship positions give students an opportunity to use their classroom skills within a professional environment that aligns with their career goals.

The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Internships

The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Internships and Jobs
CSIS Internships are offered in the Fall, Spring and Summer for college students interested in a work experience in public policy. Applications are now being taken for part-time or full-time Fall internships.

To be eligible, students must be college juniors with a grade point average of 3.0 or above. Graduate students and recent graduates may also apply. Students must submit a cover letter, transcripts, a letter of recommendation from a professor, and complete an essay.

FAA Minority Serving Institutions (MSI) Intern Program

Minority Serving Institutions (MSI) Intern Program and Jobs
Minority Serving Institutions (MSI) Intern Program is open to minority college students interested in a career in aviation. Scholarships are available in many academic fields, including Business Administration, Computer Science, Economics, Engineering, Information Technology, and more.

The internship program is open to students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Hispanic Serving Institutions, students from institutions with a high percentage of enrollment from Asian American and Pacific Islanders, Tribal colleges and universities and students with disabilities. Students must be juniors in college with a grade point average of 3.0 or above.

KPCC Online News Internship

KPCC Online News Internship and JobsOnline News Internship is an opportunity for a college journalism major to gain valuable experience in a newsroom environment. This is an unpaid position for experience and college credit only.

Interns will cover stories for, the Southern California Public Radio web site. They will work 6 hours per day for 2-3 days a week. Summer internships run June-September, fall internships run September-January, and spring internships are from January to May.

New York Mets Summer Internship Program

New York Mets Summer Internship Program is available for college students who are rising Juniors, Seniors, and graduate students. The internships run from May to August every summer.

Internships run 13 weeks and are full-time, paid positions. Interns make a valuable contribution to the team. Internship areas include Accounting, External Affairs and Community Outreach, Human Resources, Metropolitan Hospitality, Procurement, Project Development, Tickets Sales & Services. Part-time internships are offered in Corporate Partnerships, Marketing & Communications, and Media Relations.

Evercore Internships

Evercore Internships are offered to college students who are pursuing careers in business, financing and investment banking. Evercore is No. 1 on a new list of the nation’s best internships put out by career website Vault.

Interns receive hands-on experience by working with senior executives who teach them the investment banking business. They will work on projects that include acquisitions, restructurings, recapitalizations, divestitures, partnerships, joint ventures, private equity, research, and sales and trading activities. Each summer, up to 60 interns are selected to participate.

The Best Advice That College Students Never Hear

The Best Advice That College Students Never Hear


College students hear the same advice over and over, from the importance of going to office hours to the need for extracurriculars.

Yet there are some useful pieces of unconventional advice that often go unsaid. On a recent Quora thread, users responded to the question, "What is some advice that most college students are not ever likely to hear?"

We've summarized some of the best advice below.

If you have any interest in mathematics, engineering, or the hard sciences, now is the time to explore it. "Many subjects you can study in college — like history, literature, languages, business, law, or art — are also subjects you could learn later, through personal or professional experience, or through independent reading."

However, STEM subjects tend to be best mastered in college, where you have teachers and classmates to help you work through difficult problems. "If you don't tackle them now, the odds are strongly against you ever doing so in the future."

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KONE All-Expenses Paid πŸ’΅ Internship Abroad πŸ—Ί

KONE All-Expenses Paid Internship Abroad is open to current college students who are halfway through their schooling. Internships are offered in business, law, information technology, engineering, and other disciplines.

Eligible students may also need specific language skills, depending on the country that is hosting their internship. Recipients begin with the KONE International Trainee Program (ITP) that helps them become acquainted with KONE as a global company. Those accepted into the program will receive a trainee salary, and their round-trip travel costs to the host country will be covered.

The NYC Web Development Fellowship

The NYC Web Development Fellowship is open to students 18 years old and older and others who have not yet earned a college degree and have no experience in professional web development. The Fellowship is open to residents of New York City.

The NYC Web Development Fellowship is an intensive training program that combines a free 5-month training course at Flatiron School with a 12-week paid internship, along with connections to jobs in technology. The purpose of the fellowship is to equip New Yorkers with the skills necessary to launch careers in web development.

Ionis Pharmaceuticals Intern Program

Ionis Pharmaceuticals Intern Program is open to high school graduates who are currently enrolled in a U.S. undergraduate degree program. The internship will enhance students' knowledge with hands-on experience in their field of interest.

Internships are offered in the areas of Research, Development, Corporate Communications and Business, as well as science-related fields such as Pharmacology, Biochemistry, Cellular and Molecular Biology, Toxicology, Pharmacokinetics, and Clinical Development.

Weyerhaeuser Internships

Weyerhaeuser Internships are open to college students who are pursuing a Bachelor's degree. Applicants must be at least sophomores in order to apply.

Internships are generally offered during the summer months and last for three months. Some internships may last from May through September and require candidates to be in their junior year of school.

Tavis Smiley Internship Program

Tavis Smiley Internship Program is a diversity-focused program for college students who want to pursue a career in broadcasting. Internships are offered in publicity, event production, media archives, and radio journalism.

Interns will be paid for 12 weeks and be required to work 15-20 hours per week during the internship. Candidates must be enrolled full-time in an accredited college or university and major in the internship area for which they are applying. They must also obtain course credit for the internship.

College Winter Fashion: 6 Tips to Working Your Winter Wardrobe

College Winter Fashion: 6 Tips to Working Your Winter Wardrobe


It's no surprise that we have trouble dressing for the winter weather. The greatest conflict in the fashion world is between feeling comfortable and looking good-- at least it is for college students. We freeze on the days we want to impress, and when we manage stay warm, our inner fashionista is bundled up in something that looks like it could be from the Michelin Man's closet.

But don't fret! There is hope. After talking with students from Dickinson College, Messiah College and Harrisburg University, we've developed six simple tips and secrets that can help you stay fashionable and keep up with the trends in the harsh winter weather.

1. Use layers.

If you want to stay warm what better way to do it than to layer it up. Cardigans, sweaters and button-ups all have potential for layers. You want to wear that blue oxford you love but afraid you'll freeze with just that under your coat? Button it up, throw on a sweater, cardigan, or even a crew neck, and pull out the collar to keep things fresh. Not only will you stay warm and comfy in your layers, but you will look effortlessly well put together.

2. Mix up your patterns.

Patterns are the key to a diverse wardrobe. For your winter style, do not be afraid to mix patterns. "Let a great pattern be your accessory," said senior Rachel D'Ascendis from Messiah. Different patterns can work when coupled in the right way. Incorporating more than one pattern in an outfit adds dimension, and creates a more memorable appearance. What is most important is that you "step out of your clothing comfort zone. Experiment and see what works with your personality," said junior Brian Ramirez, also from Messiah. The more patterns you find to put together, the greater the possibilities you have for pairing warm clothes together to stay comfy! When putting more than one pattern together, it's good to keep in mind what colors you are using, like neutrals.

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Novozymes Internships

Novozymes Internships offer college students an opportunity to gain professional work experience while they are still in school. Internships are offered in the U.S., China, and Denmark.

Internships are offered in the areas of human resources, supply chain, business development, data analysis, marketing, science, engineering, and more. Internships can range from 3-12 weeks and can be either paid or unpaid, depending on the nature of the internship.

Proctor & Gamble Internships

Proctor & Gamble Internships give college students an opportunity to experience their career through hands-on job participation. Paid work opportunities are available in many areas for student working toward the completion of an associate or bachelor’s degree.

Applicants must have a GPA of 2.5 or above. Candidates must also major in the following areas: Business, Accounting, Marketing, Business Management, Business Administration, Communications, History, Liberal Arts, Organizational Leadership, and more. They must also be proficient in Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

The Massachusetts Life Sciences Center’s Internship Challenge

The Massachusetts Life Sciences Center’s Internship Challenge is open to students who are attending a 2-year, 4-year college, university or community college, as well as students pursuing a Master's Degree program. Internships are paid.

Undergraduate students applying must have completed at least their sophomore year of school. Internships take place between May 1st and April 30th with life sciences companies across the state. Eligible students must be either attending a school located in Massachusetts, or be a Massachusetts resident attending a school outside Massachusetts. is product of StormFox Productions LLC