MD Dept of Transportation FellowsProgram Internship

1000 Hilltop Circle

Application Deadline: Closed
Timeframe: 06/06/11 — 08/01/11

The Shriver Center, UMBC Description

The Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) Fellows Internship Program is designed to introduce Maryland’s most promising college students to the rewards and challenges of working within Maryland’s integrated transportation system. Interns can gain experience in policy development, marketing, international relations, computer networking, engineering, planning and financing, public relations, and neighborhood conservation. Placement opportunities are available at the MD Aviation Administration, MD Port Administration, MD Transit Administration, Motor Vehicle Administration, MD State Highway Administration, MD Transportation Authority, or The Secretary’s Office.

Participating student earn $3,500 during 8 weeks this summer (June 6th to July 29th) and $10.00 per hour in a part-time internship during the fall, winter or spring semester.

Web Address:
Additional information can be found on the web at

Application Procedures and Deadline:
Interested students are asked to submit their:
• Resume
• Transcript
• Essay (300 words or less) on “What do you see as MD’s biggest transportation issue and how would you solve it?”

Materials should be sent to:
Christine B. Routzahn, Coordinator
The Shriver Center, UMBC
Attention: MDOT Fellows Internship Program
1000 Hilltop Circle, Baltimore, MD 21250
[email protected]

Deadline to Apply: Friday, March 11, 2011

The Shriver Center, UMBC 10 Full-time, Paid Requirements

The program is open to all students entering their senior year or who have completed 90 credits by fall 2011 with a GPA of 2.7 or higher.

Entry Level JAVA Developers Internship

400 Totten Pond Road, 4th Floor,

Application Deadline: Closed
Timeframe: ? — 09/18/12

Xoriant Corporation Description

The Engineering team is looking for a software engineer to contribute to the technical direction, design and development of our cloud storage product. This person will play a significant role in technology decisions for the HCP product line, and will make significant hands-on contributions to the product. Candidate must be passionate about continuously delivering highly innovative software based storage solutions to the market

Xoriant Corporation 10 Full-time, Paid Responsibilities

• Contribute to the technical direction and architectural vision of the product.
• Design, implement and unit test high-value features.
• Characterize and extend the product's capabilities in the areas of reliability, availability, scalability and performance.
• Advance and promote software engineering best practices and processes.
• Continuously assess and evolve technology and core components.
• Load balance with engineering cross-functional groups to achieve organizational objectives.

Xoriant Corporation 10 Full-time, Paid Requirements

• Extensive hands-on software design and development experience across a number of successful commercial products.
• Demonstrated ability to apply software engineering best practices to design, implementation and unit testing.
• Deep passion to continuously deliver highly successful commercial solutions.
• Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills.
• Experience with:
• Software based storage solutions
• Java and C/C++ Unix and/or Linux
• Object-oriented design and programming

IT College to CorporateProgram Internship

P.O. Box 2600

Application Deadline: Closed
Timeframe: 06/01/12 — 09/01/12

Vanguard Description

Vanguard, one of the world's largest investment management companies and a recognized employer of choice, seeks career-oriented individuals with a passion for learning for our IT College to Corporate Internship Program. The program is available to students in IT-related majors who are completing their junior year of college, are looking for a challenging summer internship experience, and want the opportunity to build their skills using the latest technology, including:

-Databases: DB2, Oracle, SQL Server.

-Platforms/Servers: zOS, Solaris, Windows, Linux, Web and Application.NET, Spring, Web Services.

-Languages/Tools: Java, JSF, Ajax, JavaScript, C/C++/C#, XML, XSLT, HTML, XHTML, CSS, Cobol, Maven, Hudson, Subversion, Nexus, JTest.

-Concepts: Distributed, Tiered, Data Driven. Service Oriented Architecture.

About the program

The program is a full-time, paid summer internship at our Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, or Charlotte, North Carolina, locations. We provide extensive training, real-world experience and hands-on opportunities in one or more of the many technical areas within Vanguard. You'll work with professionals committed to broadening your technical expertise in various areas of IT, such as:

Application Development (Available in Pennsylvania and North Carolina). Positions will focus on the software life cycle; you'll work on programs with direct application to our clients in:

-User interface (UI) design

-Mid-tier or host development

-Requirements analysis

-Application testing and/or application support

Technology Operations (Available only in Pennsylvania). These positions are ideal if you want one to focus on data-center operations:

-Supporting Unix or Windows platforms

-Capacity planning

-Performance analysis and network operations

-Supporting video and voice technologies

Program support

To help ensure your success, you'll participate in a structured development program that will help you and your fellow interns build a range of important skills. You'll be given several opportunities to learn from experts, gain exceptional hands-on experience, and network with peers and management. At the end of the summer, you and your group will have developed strong, lasting relationships with each other and Vanguard.

Future opportunities

Upon successful completion of your internship, we will consider you for employment in our Technology Leadership Program (TLP). Typically 50% of TLP positions are filled from our internship program. You’ll find details about the Technology Leadership Program at

Vanguard 10 Full-time, Paid Requirements


The ideal candidate is currently a junior who possesses:

-Working toward a bachelor's or master's degree with a concentration in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or a related technical/engineering discipline. Mathematics, MIS, Graphic Design majors are also encouraged to apply.

-Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher preferred.

-Demonstrated leadership skills.

-Effective analytical, communication, interpersonal and problem-solving skills.

-Ability to work independently and as part of a team in a dynamic environment.

Note: Vanguard is not offering visa sponsorship for this position. Additionally, employment is contingent on a successful drug-screening result.


1910 S. Highland Ave, Suite 200

Application Deadline: Closed

American Income Life Insurance Company - Olson Agencies Description

American Income Life (AIL) specializes in supplemental benefits to 22,000 Labor Unions, 2,000 professional associations (such as Police, Fire and Nurses etc.,) and 2,000 credit unions. AIL was started in 1924, headquartered in Waco, Texas and is part of the Torchmark family of insurance companies. In 2013, AIL grew by 27% in the Chicagoland area and 23% in its worldwide market. It has been rated by Yahoo Hot Jobs as one of the top 100 (#31) companies to work for and the number “1” insurance company to work for.

The VAZQUEZ Agency is the FASTEST growing agency within AIL and is expanding in the Chicagoland area. Our company is doing something unheard of - WE ARE HIRING! No, you are not reading this wrong. While most other companies are forcing people to retire early or just straight out laying people off and/or closing their doors, WE ARE HIRING!

This is A ONCE IN A LIFETIME opportunity to make six figures, full benefits after 90 days, and be trained by one of the best Master General Agent's (MGA’s) in the country! I am reaching out to you with an offer to start a career with a well established and expanding INTERNATIONAL company. I can offer you job stability, we have not had a layoff or downsizing in over 54 years, I can offer you a career and not just another job and the opportunity of financial security, not just while employed with us, but into your retirement years.

SCHEDULE INTERVIEW —> CALL TODAY (815)603-6286! or SEND resume to [email protected]

American Income Life Insurance Company - Olson Agencies 10 Full-time, Paid Responsibilities

Student Ambassador Program (SAP)


The American Income Life Student Ambassador Program hires students on college campuses to promote opportunities with AIL. Their goal is to build the AIL brand at the grass-roots university level among their peers, university contacts and professors. Student ambassador duties are required for three to four hours a week on school campuses.

What a Student Ambassador Does

Student ambassadors are interns who work for a State General Agent to build a community on their school or university campus. They learn all about American Income Life and share that knowledge with fellow students. This includes activities such as:

1) Acting as on-campus recruiters;

2) Promoting American Income Life events and contests;

3) Building relationships with Ambassadors from other schools;

4) Initiating and hosting information sessions;

5) Building relationships with student organizations and faculty…and many other brand-building activities.

Benefits for Student Ambassadors

Students who work as ambassadors have a rare opportunity to learn about American Income Life directly from the source. Campus ambassadors also get valuable work experience, knowledge about the insurance industry, and make connections at American Income Life that will give them an advantage as they prepare to enter the workforce. American Income Life/State General Agents offer campus ambassadors an extensive training curriculum and support them with state-of-the- art training, marketing materials, demos, presentations, and much more.

What are the qualifications?

This opportunity is open to students from any major: from Computer Science and Engineering to Anthropology, Liberal Arts, Business and Zoology! Student Ambassadors must be:

• Currently enrolled in a college or university in North America

• Pursuing a BA/BS, MS or Associates degree

• Passionate about helping people

• Able to plan events and manage a budget

• Actively involved in student life on campus

What do campus ambassadors do?

Campus ambassadors typically work less than five hours per week, but they take on an array of responsibilities, including:

• Talking to classes (tapping professors who allow speakers)

• Talking to students and making referrals

• Attending career fairs and information sessions with the campus team

• Initiating and conducting information sessions

• Acting as greeters at campus interviews

• Putting up flyers and posters on campus

• Developing relationships with student organizations

• Making contact with career center staff

• Making contact with faculty

• Meeting with the campus team when the team is on campus and during the summer internship

• Giving teams contact information and other “intelligence” that will help the recruiters understand the campus

• Helping the campus team with logistics for campus events.

The Student Ambassador Program Position can lead to a FULL-TIME position!!!!

American Income Life Insurance Company - Olson Agencies 10 Full-time, Paid Requirements

- Understand cost-reduction principles and how to implement goals

- Possess skills at assessing issues, defining solutions, and implementing strategy

- Perform well in environment that values leadership, efficiency, dependability, and organization

The Arnold Arboretum Isabella Welles HunnewellProgram Internship

125 Arborway, Boston

Application Deadline: Closed
Timeframe: 05/07/12 — 08/13/12

The Arnold Arboretum (Harvard University) Description

The Arnold Arboretum (Boston, MA) is looking for serious students of horticulture, nursery management, plant science, botany, and landscape architecture. Interns are accepted for 12- to 14-week appointments with the exception of one 24 week appointment in the greenhouse. Spring-summer internships offer practical hands-on training in landscape horticulture, combined with related classroom instruction. Trainings and field trips complete the experience. This internship pays $9.00 per hour for a 40-hour work week. Preference is given to applicants with knowledge of woody plants and career interest in the fields of plant science, horticulture, or landscape design. Previous work experience in a botanic garden or nursery or in the fields listed above is preferred. Interns must be able to perform strenuous manual labor, including frequent lifting/carrying/transporting heavy loads up to 50 lbs. and be able to work outdoors in all weather conditions across a 265-acre landscape with uneven terrain. Note: housing is not provided.

Harvard University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please send any questions to:[email protected]

F1-OPT IT s Internship

Chadds Ford, PA

Application Deadline: Closed
Timeframe: 04/29/12 — ?

ACS International Description

ACS International Resources is an Inc. 500 Hall of Fame company with headquarters in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania and locations in both the
US and India.
Send your profiles to [email protected] or call me 610-387-2023

ACS also Provides IT infrastructure assessments (current state analysis); IT Infrastructure Requirements Definition/Strategic Plan (future state
projections); IT infrastructure Architectural Design/Re-design; IT Infrastructure Deployment; Ongoing IT Maintenance, Monitoring & support;
and Special IT projects.
We are looking for motivated IT interns with F1/OPT backgrounds who are ready to spearhead their career with experience in latest cuttingedge
technologies such as virtualization of desktops and servers.

ACS International 10 Full-time, Paid Responsibilities

Help maintain and manage IT infrasturcture ranging from help desk to network level related issues.
Maintain valuable client and vendor relationships.
Coordinate with remote personnel to resolve issues.
Document and work within structured environment.

ACS International 10 Full-time, Paid Requirements

We require someone who is IT network and infrastructure savvy on both Mac and PC platforms and capable of multi-tasking. The ideal
canddiate should have the ability to work in teams and be self-motivated.
We are looking for F1/OPT students who have recently completed their Masters in Computer Science/Network Engineering.

Y.O.U. Summer Inspire Fellows Program Internship

1027 Sherman Ave

Application Deadline: Closed
Timeframe: 06/11/12 — 08/13/12

Youth Organizations Umbrella Description

Summer: a time to get out of the classroom, stretch your wings, and harness your passion in experiences that will shape your future. This summer, don’t just get another internship; get an Inspireship!

Youth Organizations Umbrella (Y.O.U.) is pleased to announce its Summer Inspire Fellows Program for the summer of 2012. The Inspire Fellowship offers graduate and upper-undergraduate students a full-time opportunity to learn best-practices in youth development and to prepare for a career in youth development, education, or the non-profit sector.
Founded 40 years ago, Y.O.U. is a youth development agency that provides services and leadership to meet the emerging needs of young people and their families in the Evanston community. Y.O.U.’s 9-week summer program gives youth a chance to develop their passion for learning and creativity, while maintaining and building on their academic year learning.
Inspire Fellows serve as workshop leaders and counselors for Y.O.U.’s 9-week summer program. Fellows are chosen to develop and facilitate specific workshops in one of three areas: arts and literature, STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math), or recreational activities. Additionally, all fellows help lead discussions and workshops on life skills topics.

The Inspire Fellowship experience offers a unique opportunity for growth for students thinking about a career in youth development, education, the arts, or non-profits. Fellows have close supervision of their work and are provided with both formal and informal feedback to help them grow. In this way, fellows develop their leadership skills, enhance their understanding of youth development, and build their non-profit management skills.

The Inspire Fellowship runs full time from June 11 through August 17. The first week offers Fellows a comprehensive orientation and training on Y.O.U., non-profit management, and positive youth development. The next nine weeks consist of high-impact summer programming.

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis with a final deadline of April 27.
The fellowship offers a stipend of $1,000. (Y.O.U. is also glad to provide documentation to any students who receive support from their universities for summer employment with a non-profit organization).

To apply, please visit

Please contact [email protected] with any additional questions.

Youth Organizations Umbrella 10 Full-time, Paid Responsibilities

• Develop and facilitate youth activities in your chosen area that promote academic, social, and emotional development.
• Supervise youth activities in a safe, sensitive, developmentally appropriate, positive manner.
• Maintain positive, supportive relationships with youth.
• Nurture supportive relationships with parents, school administrators, teachers, students, and community representatives.
• Develop and maintain good working relationships with supervisors, coworkers, and volunteers within Y.O.U., and with others in the community who offer information about, resources for, or services to young people in Evanston.
• Maintain timely and accurate records concerning youth participation and outcomes.
• Identify and recommend opportunities for continuous improvement in Y.O.U. programming.

Youth Organizations Umbrella 10 Full-time, Paid Requirements

• Possesses a strong interest in and desire to learn about youth development, education, and/or non-profit management
• Has obtained or is working towards a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field
• Is proficient in using technology as a management reporting tool
• Possesses strong teamwork and leadership skills
• Is flexible and able to adapt to different roles according to youth needs
• Possesses an entrepreneurial mindset and an understanding of educational standards, minority student achievement, and non-profit/social service systems
• Possesses personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a commitment to and passion for Y.O.U.’s mission

IT Application Tester Internship

Malvern, PA

Application Deadline: Closed
Timeframe: 05/07/12 — 11/07/12

APN Inc Description

Overview Contingent worker will work closely with the Clinical Solutions Product Management team to support software testing of acute care hospital information systems. May also assist generally with tasks to support product development.


Interested in students or recent graduates in academic majors including Information Sciences & Technology, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Biology/Pre-Med, Biomedical Engineering

Minimum GPA: 3.0
Technical skills: Must be knowledgeable of Windows PC Applications

APN Inc 10 Full-time, Paid Responsibilities

The selected contingent worker will work directly with the Clinical Software Solutions Product Management team on the following tasks:
• Participates in high quality testing of software being developed and/or currently used at various inpatient (hospital) and outpatient sites
•Identifies risks to product quality, raises to Project Manager and Test Lead when appropriate
- Analyze escaped defects (Root Cause Analysis)
- Troubleshoot problems
- Follow testing methodologies
•Supports team members in order to meet team objective
•Actively participates in all project activities
•Helps team in other related responsibilities as assigned, which may include research and analysis, data compilation, and documentation.

APN Inc 10 Full-time, Paid Requirements

— Excellent written/verbal communication skills, attention to detail in completing work tasks, strong organizational and analytical skills, ability to manage time to meet deadlines, and a mature and professional demeanor
— Understanding of information systems, interfaces, and databases preferred.
— Strong analytical skillset with emphasis on problem solving
— Healthcare software testing experience preferred, but not required

Preferred hours/week: 40 hours/week

NYS DEC P2 CollegeProgram Internship

625 Broadway

Application Deadline: Closed
Timeframe: 06/03/13 — 08/15/13

NYSDEC Description

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) and the United States Environmental Protection Agency Region 2 are looking for college students majoring in engineering or a physical science to apply for a summer internship with businesses or organizations located throughout New York State.

The internships are paid and housing stipends are available.

NYSDEC 10 Full-time, Paid Responsibilities

Students will begin work at the businesses no later than June 3, 2013. The internships will conclude on August 15, 2013 with presentations at the NYS DEC in Albany.

NYSDEC 10 Full-time, Paid Requirements

All students will work under the direct supervision of an engineer or scientist. Task will vary depending on the business and the project, but could include:

-research on new technologies

-recycling, reuse options

-assist with project planning to go beyond compliance of regulations

-field work and/or office work

Field Engineer Internship

Various Locations

Application Deadline: Closed

Mass. Electric Construction Co. Description

Kiewit Corporation is one of North America's largest and most respected construction and engineering organizations and is the successor to a construction business founded in 1884. Headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska, the employee-owned company operates through a network of subsidiaries in the U. S. and Canada. Kiewit offers services in a variety of markets including transportation, buildings, water resources, power, underground, oil and gas, electrical, mining and marine. Kiewit's workforce includes approximately 7,400 salaried and hourly staff along with more than 11,000 craft workers. Kiewit hires people who take on new challenges, explore new ideas, and excel at their work.

Mass. Electric Construction Co. is a subsidiary of Kiewit Corporation. Based in Dallas, Texas, our transit service includes signal, overhead contact systems, traction power and communications systems for clients nationwide.

To learn more about Mass Electric please go to .

Please apply online at

Mass. Electric Construction Co. 10 Full-time, Paid Responsibilities

•Perform engineering work in connection with large-scale construction projects. This includes operation planning, cost control, project scheduling, quantity tracking, material procurement, contract administration, estimating and supervision of field activities.

•Perform engineering tasks requiring standard techniques and handling minor problems of a technical nature arising during construction.

•Maintain records as required regarding job progress, costs, material usage, etc.

•May assist in planning and scheduling of job and/or job segments.

•Investigate problems and/or reported incidents; identify and recommend solutions/alternatives as appropriate.

•Review plans and specifications to determine material requirements (quantities and qualities), pricing of materials, etc.

•Work with subcontractors/suppliers as required facilitating the handling and expediting delivery of materials.

•May be involved in the district estimating unit. This involves quantity takeoffs, site visits, estimating the work, sitting in on estimate reviews and helping to close out the bid.

Mass. Electric Construction Co. 10 Full-time, Paid Requirements

•Must be actively enrolled in an undergraduate program in engineering, construction management or related degree, or equivalent experience in a construction related position.

•Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.

•Must possess strong organizational and time management skills.

•Strong written and verbal communications skills.

•Good attention to detail, with the ability to recognize discrepancies.

•Strong work ethic - Willing to do what it takes to get the job done.

•Works independently as well as part of a team.

•Must be willing and able to travel and relocate.