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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.
The United States Marshals Service Internship is offered to college students in their junior or senior year who are majoring in Criminal Justice, Psychology, Sociology, and Political Science. The internship is unpaid. Applicants must have a grade point average of 3.0 or above and must be full-time students attending a four-year, accredited college or university. Interns will work in any one of the following departments: General Operations, Investigations, Seized Assets, Judicial Security or Management. It is a great opportunity for students to gain experience and learn the functions of the U.S. Marshals Service.
Cosmopolitan Internships are available to college students in the Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. The internships are unpaid and only open to undergraduate students who are eligible to receive college credit. Students do not need prior experience working for a magazine. Students must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, creativity and enthusiasm, and the ability to work two full days a week during the spring and fall semesters, and four days a week during the summer and winter semesters.
The OWN Internship Program is a 10-week paid and for-credit learning experience at the Oprah Winfrey Network television channel. Internships are for current undergraduate or graduate college students. Applicants must have completed at least their sophomore year in college before applying. They must also have a grade point average of 3.0 or above. All interns must be able to work 15 hours or more per week and receive college credit for the internship. Interns receive hands-on training, challenging project work, and networking opportunities.
By Joyce Huber Internships are work-experience programs that let you 'test drive' careers while you are still in college. It not only gives you an opportunity to get a better perspective on careers, but it also gives you valuable experience that you can add to your resume, giving you an edge over other students when it comes time to apply for a full-time job after graduation. It can be an important key to your future.
Los Angeles Dodgers Internship is looking for a college student to work for the summer as a Baseball Operations & Research Associate. The associate will be responsible for compiling statistical baseball data. Students applying must have a strong interest in baseball and be familiar with baseball data (Pitch f/x, Hit f/x, Field f/x and Trackman). Computer skills are a must, particularly SQL, Excel, R, STATA, SAS or other statistical software. Attention to detail, programming and database skills are required.
By Joyce Huber The job market for college grads is changing and becoming more competitive. Now, in addition to GPA and accomplishments, employers want to see more applicants who have completed one or more internships. In fact, according to Monster.com, internship experience is one of the most important factors now for employers when considering new college grads for full-time positions. An internship gives students on-the-job experience while they are still in college. Why is this so important? Internships teach skills that are beyond classroom knowledge. For employers, a college student who has completed one or more internships is often equivalent to full-time employees who have been on the job for many years. For college students, listing one or more internships on their resume shows initiative and real job experience in their field, making them more competitive than other college students who have not completed an internship and more valuable to employers.
Hearst Magazines Internships are offered in the Fall, Spring and Summer for college students seeking careers in the publishing industry. The internships are for academic credit. Undergraduate and graduate students may apply. Eligible fields of study may include fashion, editorial, marketing, advertising and sales, art, Web, and more. Students must be enrolled full-time in an accredited college or university.
Eli Lilly Internships are available during the summer for college students pursuing a degree in the pharmaceutical industry. Areas of study can include chemistry, biology, engineering, finance, marketing, human resources, information technology, sales, animal science, international business, and statistics. The internships are 10-12 weeks in duration and are paid internships. Students who live outside the internship area may also receive a stipend for housing and transportation. Eli Lilly recruits students for internships through campus visits in the Fall and Spring. In addition,the company works with a number of career-specific professional organizations, such as the Society of Women Engineers and the National Association of Black Accountants, and other professional organizations to identify outstanding students for internships.
Chipotle Corporate Internships are offered to college students who are enrolled in college and pursing degree-awarding programs at an accredited college or university. Internships are offered in a wide variety of areas and are generally located at Chipotle's headquarters in Denver, Colorado. Internships are offered in Administrative, Compliance, Culinary, Customer Service, Design, Development & Facilities, Finance & Accounting, Information Technology, Marketing and Advertising, Operations Management, Human Resources, Purchasing & Supply Chain, Safety, Security and Risk, and Training.