Renewable Energy: Regulatory Support Internship

Application Deadline: Closed
Position: 2 Unpaid
Timeframe: 03/08/10 — 06/08/10

Free Flow Power Description

Free Flow Power (FFP) focuses on growing hydropower. We acquire, develop and manage hydropower and hydrokinetic facilities to generate clean renewable energy from flowing water. We are deploying hydrokinetic generators in the Mississippi River Basin with Federal Energy Regulatory Ccommission (FERC) and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers licenses. With 80 sites on the Mississippi River and 17 sites on the Atchafalaya River, the projects meet regional demand for renewable energy with a total capacity greater than 1,000MW.

Our value is:
* For Electricity Consumers: Carbon-free electricity with greater reliability and lower cost than other renewable energy sources.

* For Our Project Owners: An integrated approach to licensing, engineering, and finance to capture value and address challenges quickly and cost effectively.

* For Our Investors: Exposure to a valuable yet overlooked renewable energy sector that provides opportunities for rapid growth.

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) regulates hydropower licensing. The internship will support the earliest stages of the FERC licensing cycle for our most recent hydrokinetic projects. You would work with the Project Development team to complete a “Pre-Application Document” summarizing all reasonably available information in the public domain concerning a variety of topic areas such as:

* Recreation and Land Use in the Project Area
* Existing River System & Environment (General description of river environment, major land overview, tributary rivers)
* Cultural Resources in Project Area (In river or on-shore abutting historic or archaeological sites; Indian tribes, Nat’l Register of Historic Places)
* Socioeconomic Resources

Free Flow Power 2 Unpaid Responsibilities

There will be a lot of basic research, mostly on the internet and phone, followed by writing. We are creating a large document for submission into the licensing record. The team will work together to complete the document but each individual will take ownership of a particular section.

Free Flow Power 2 Unpaid Requirements

Fluent in English with strong writing skills.

Very experienced with internet research and able to effectively draft and edit in Microsoft Word.

Must be able to meet deadlines and take full ownership of a research and writing assignment from topic to finished product.

A strong passion for renewable energy and a proven ability to work on large, group projects.

Developer Internship

Application Deadline: Closed
Position: 5 Unpaid
Timeframe: 06/01/10 — 08/10/10

High Performance Technologies Description

High Performance Technologies, Inc. (HPTi) is looking for students for the 2010 Co-op/Internship program. The purpose of the Co-Op/Internship program is to give students real-world work experience as an application developer. Working with an experienced Project Manager, students will design, create, and implement custom software solutions to help with HPTi’s current effort to become certified at CMMI Level 4.

High Performance Technologies 5 Unpaid Responsibilities

HPTi will teach college students how each phase of the HPTi Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) works together to create a complete development release. During each phase, from Requirements to Implementation, students will further define the needs of the user until a final product is created. Students will use various technologies such as Java, XML, Hibernate, SQL, Cascading Style Sheets, etc. to transform current Excel spreadsheets into web applications. At the end of the semester, students will demonstrate their application to HPTi employees and executives for final sign-off.

System Engineers and Software Developers assist project teams in applying cutting edge technologies and best practice techniques using mature processes, procedures and methods on technical engagements. They apply various technologies and technical approaches to address a range of business and technical problems such as design, development, troubleshooting and analysis of technical projects and/or programs, and resolving incompatibilities of new or existing programs. Activities may include requirements definition and analysis, solution architecture and design, prototyping and simulation, solution development, quality assurance, packaging and deployment and documentation and training and knowledge transfer.
At the entry level, employees gain an understanding of the basic business functions and procedures of the firm, perform pre-defined structured tasks that are part of large activities and processes, and make decisions using learned alternatives. New graduate employees complete defined work assignments under direct supervision that provide valuable impact on individual customer perceptions and HPTi team members. These experiences are intended to provide the building blocks for growth and success.

High Performance Technologies 5 Unpaid Requirements

All employees are expected to act with the best interest of the firm in mind, cooperate with and assist managers in delivering service to the client, strive to understand management objectives, communicate honestly and openly with management, and cooperate and work professionally with other team members.

Information Technology Summer Internship

Hollywood, CA

Application Deadline: Closed
Timeframe: 05/31/10 — 08/31/10

j2 Global Description

j2 Global Communications is currently seeking smart, motivated and capable interns for several different internship opportunities. Internships are 12 weeks full-time (40 hours per week) and may result in promotion to regular full-time opportunities if available.

We currently have the following internships available:
• Engineering (software development, billing system) Interns
• Web (Ajax, Java) and Mobile Applications (iPhone, Blackberry, Android) Development Interns for Santa Barbara, CA office
• MIS/IT/Network Security Interns
• Finance/Accounting Interns
• Human Resources Intern

We are headquartered in the heart of Hollywood and offer a casual work environment. We also have positions available at our satellite office in beautiful Santa Barbara. Watch movie premieres right outside of our office (Hollywood) while you work or enjoy surf and turf in sunny Santa Barbara/Goleta near UCSB!

j2 Global 5 Full-time, Paid Requirements

Requirements, education and qualifications vary by internship, but all applicants must possess the following:
• Eagerness to learn
• Work independently
• Technology savvy
• College degree in process or completed

Summer Research Internship

Washington, DC

Application Deadline: Closed
Timeframe: 06/01/10 — 07/27/10

Howard University Description

NASA Grant Program Office:
2216 6th Street, Room 103
Washington, DC 20059
Contact Name/Phone/Email:
Mrs. Teria Powell
Office: 202 806 5172
Email: [email protected]

About the Program
The overall mission of the NASA University Research Center (URC) is to engage in basic weather, climate, and air quality research, train science and academic leaders (minority Ph.D.s), inspire and engage K-12 and undergraduate students through sustainable outreach programs and contribute to national and international climate research programs and networks. We seek to lead a transformation in atmospheric research and education by inspiring traditionally underrepresented groups.

If selected, you will receive a stipend, room and board, transportation, and meals.

The field research will be done at the Howard University Beltsville Facility, in Beltsville, MD and will require 40 hours per week.

Howard University 5 Full-time, Paid Responsibilities

During the program, Interns will research experimental design and data acquisition with state-of-the-art instruments. They will conduct analysis of data sets, numerical modeling as well as writing of research reports, and presenting findings at a research symposium. Examples of research projects include impacts of air pollution on ecosystems, lidar-based wind and water vapor remote sensing, cloud condensation characteristics of aerosols, and gas and aerosol transport in the atmospheric boundary layer, weather forecasting. Interns will have the opportunity to work with scientists from NASA, NOAA and other agency and may even be placed in the nearby NASA Gooddard Space Flight Center.

Howard University 5 Full-time, Paid Requirements

Requirements for the position are as follows:
• Applicants must be a US citizen or permanent resident
• Currently enrolled in College
• 3.0 GPA
•Interest in the following fields:
- Physics
- Atmospheric Science
- Chemistry
- Electrical Engineering
- S.T.E.M. fields

Data Visualization Engineer Internship

Laurel, MD

Application Deadline: Closed
Position: Full-time, Paid
Timeframe: 06/01/10 — 09/01/10

Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab Description

The Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) is a not-for-profit center for engineering, research, and development. Located north of Washington, DC, APL is a division of one of the world's premier research universities, The Johns Hopkins University (JHU).

Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab Full-time, Paid Responsibilities

The Human Machine Interaction section of the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) researches, develops, and prototypes software for solving multi-faceted knowledge-centric engineering problems. Complex computational systems must ultimately present information to humans in a way that conveys meaning, provides a common view into complex problems, and supports decision making. APL offers paid science and engineering internships each summer. The program provides practical work experience and an introduction to APL. Students spend the summer working with APL scientists and engineers, conducting research, developing leadership skills, and growing professionally.

The data visualization engineering intern will work on developing visual representations of abstract cyber-security data and will drive user experience design (Ux) efforts by creating software that interfaces with underlying systems. They will work with the machine interfaces engineering staff on a multi-disciplinary team. The intern will create software that provides compelling and useful data visualization, that allows for visualization manipulation, and that helps control underlying software systems.

Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab Full-time, Paid Requirements

Candidate should have experience with computer-based interactive design in a web environment and be able to take concepts from storyboarding to execution using graphic design software and standard web technologies such as HTML, CSS, and Javascript visualization libraries/frameworks. The candidate should be familiar with user experience design concepts to include the cognitive aspects of data presentation. Desired skills include experience with visualization frameworks such as Processing or Prefuse and basic development experience in relevant languages such as Python, PHP, Ruby, or Java. Minimum overall GPA 3.0/4.0 is required.

For most positions, applicants selected will be subject to a Government security investigation and must meet the eligibility requirements for access to classified information. Eligibility requirements include US citizenship.

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer that complies with Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972, as well as other applicable laws, and values diversity in its workforce.

Flash Game Developer Internship

Mishawaka, IN

Application Deadline: Closed
Timeframe: 05/10/10 — 08/10/10

Fresh Fruit Films Description


* Assist in developing “casual” Flash games that promote the Fresh Fruit Pie brand and its characters
* Work with web developer and new media marketers to co-ordinate deployment and marketing of games to the Fresh Fruit Pie community


* 1-2 years hobbyist or professional experience in creating flash games. Must have at least one portfolio piece available.
* Working towards degree in computer graphics technology, computer programming technology, computer science, engineering, or other related field.

Various s Available Internship

Seattle, WA

Application Deadline: Closed

Cascade Power Group(Seattle Pacific University) Description

Cascade Power Group LLC is a Seattle-based 'energy services company' that specializes in energy efficiency and renewable energy projects and policy development in the Pacific Northwest region, with a special expertise on combined heat and power/cogeneration and district energy applications. Our clients have included the US Department of Energy, Washington State University Energy Program, Lake Washington School District, Trane Corporation, Puget Sound Energy, and many others. The company is experiencing growth in three areas: Federal and state energy policy development; distributed energy and energy efficiency project development/management; and resource conservation and energy management.

Cascade Power internships are true “green jobs” opportunities that cover a wide range of cutting-edge interests, projects and policies centered around energy efficiency and renewable energy. Interns will have opportunities to gain experience and knowledge in specialized areas of the energy industry, from on-the-ground projects to state legislative policy and energy efficiency advocacy. Interns will have a unique opportunity to have an immediate impact during their tenure, and to 'hit the ground running' when graduating from school. By gaining access to valuable contacts and industry information, Cascade Power interns can begin to build a career tackling the major issues that face the energy industry today and in the future.

Cascade Power Group(Seattle Pacific University) Part-time, Unpaid Responsibilities

Positions Available
? Energy Policy - Track the development of Federal and state energy policy, create written public testimony, review pending energy legislation and regulatory issues, meet with public officials, and create and review grant applications, publications, and articles related to current energy policy. Ideal candidates should be majoring in public administration/policy, environmental sciences/studies, or political science.
? Project Development/Management - Work in all areas of project development and management, from project feasibility and marketing to construction timelines and cost/savings analysis. Those interns wishing to work in business development or construction project management are encouraged to apply for this focus area. Ideal candidates should be studying engineering, construction management, or business.
? Resource Conservation Management (RCM) - Learn basic principles of building audits, energy consumption and cost trending, energy and utility project recommendations, simple payback and life-cycle cost analysis, technology evaluation, communications and behavioral campaigns. We accept a wide range of backgrounds for this program, including engineering, communications and education.
Internships generally run for a period not to exceed 3 months. Past internship positions have normally taken place during the summer months, but our staff is willing to work with individual schedules to accommodate successful applicants. Location and hours are negotiable.

Cascade Power Group(Seattle Pacific University) Part-time, Unpaid Requirements

This internship is not paid, however interns that have contributed substantially to the company will be eligible for a $500 bonus at the end of the internship. Interns are also reimbursed for all business-related expenses. Credit may be earned through your college or university, and state credit programs may also be utilized as part of internship.

Contact Us
If you are interested in working with us as an intern, please visit contact us via email at [email protected] and please reference the internship position.

Broadcasting Engineers Internship

East Point, GA

Application Deadline: Closed Description

Atlanta's Premier Web TV Station Is Looking For Broadcasting Engineering Interns Part-time, Unpaid (College Credit Required) Requirements

Applicants must be enrolled in an accredited college or university, and be majoring in a broadcast related field, i.e. communications, journalism, broadcast production techniques, engineering skills or marketing. Applicants must use the internship for course credit. Interested candidates should send an application request, including name, address and phone number.

Architect/Engineer/Cad Internship

Denver, CO

Application Deadline: Closed

AG Wassenaar Description

A Denver based consulting firm with over 35 years experience in the local market is seeking experienced Concrete Technicians and
entry level Residential Technicians to join our Denver office and become integral members of our team.
A background in foundation inspections, geotechnical engineering, geology or construction is preferred.
ACI certification is PREFERRED. You must have a clean Colorado drivers license and have no felony
convictions in the last 10 years. This is an excellent opportunity if you are self motivated and enjoy working outdoors.
EOE. We offer a competitive wage package, company vehicle and excellent benefits.
For immediate consideration e-mail your resume and cover letter to [email protected] or
fax 303-756-2920.
We are also hiring a summer intern!

Online Marketing Internship

Denver, CO

Application Deadline: Closed

Net Quote. Com Description

NetQuote’s next successful intern will be a lover of math and the web who enjoys solving problems with numbers. We’ll ask you to bring your analytics skills and desire to learn how internet marketing works. Then, you’ll apply that knowledge to a hyper-competitive, fast-paced vertical where things are changing constantly.

No long, boring training classes or time cards – we need you to be self motivated and jump right in. This is the real deal. You’ll work on actual online marketing campaigns worth thousands of dollars doing things such as bid optimization, performance analysis, keyword builds and competitive research. And, along the way, we’ll want to learn from you, too – we will encourage you to wow us with your ideas. Best of all, we’ll treat you just like a team member and demand the best of you just as we do of ourselves. Where else in Denver can you find this kind of real-world, online marketing experience? Nowhere! (Okay, well, maybe you could find a couple other places but they aren’t half as cool).

• Major – Mathematics, Economics, Business (Financial Management), Statistics or Engineering
• Year in School – Junior or Senior
• GPA – Minimum 3.5
• Hours – 15-20 per week (we can be flexible around class schedule)
• Duration – 12 week minimum
• Pay rate: $10 / hour