Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Recently Posted Internships 10/02

 For more information on the following postings, and to apply, log into CareerLink(In most cases, your username is your email address [i.e., student@u.rochester.edu] and your password is your 8-digit student ID number. If you have trouble logging in, please contact the Career and Internship Center.)


FEATURED INTERNSHIP OF THE WEEK

MonoMano Cycling: Marketing and Communications Intern-ALUMNI Sponsored, Rochester, NY PAID
MonoMano Cycling is a start-up company spun out of the University of Rochester that has developed an adaptive tricycle control system to enable stroke survivors, upper extremity amputees, and others with physical limitations to participate in the sport of cycling. MonoMano Cycling seeks a dynamic self-starter to assist with marketing and communications efforts. This internship is an excellent opportunity to experience a variety of marketing techniques while helping to make a difference in customers’ lives. The first product has been incredibly well-received by customers and physical therapists, however we are currently limited by our market awareness. ALUMNI Sponsored.

FALL 2013 INTERNSHIPS
Arts, Music Entertainment, and Communications
Hochstein School of Music and Dance: Public Relations Intern, Rochester, NY UNPAID
Hochstein School of Music and Dance is a non-profit music school in Rochester, NY. As a Public Relations intern, a student will be asked to prepare press releases, distribute promotional materials, plan and participate in various events, and use social media to communicate news and information.

SPRING 2013 INTERNSHIPS
Arts, Music, Entertainment and Communications
Hochstein School of Music and Dance: Public Relations Intern, Rochester, NY UNPAID
Hochstein School of Music and Dance is a non-profit music school in Rochester, NY. As a Public Relations intern, a student will be asked to prepare press releases, distribute promotional materials, plan and participate in various events, and use social media to communicate news and information.



SUMMER 2013 INTERNSHIPS
Business, Banking, Finance, Consulting and Actuarial
KLA-Tencor Corporation: Finance Internship; Milpitas, CA PAID
KLA-Tencor supports the semiconductor industry with advanced inspection and metrology process solutions, using cutting edge technology to identify defects so that devices are faster, smaller, smarter, and more precise. During this internship, students will manage a project that focuses on analytical and process improvement activities in a variety of areas in the Finance organization.

Engineering, Applied, Computer, and Physical Sciences
Google: Software Engineering Intern Summer 2014, Various Locations PAID
Software Engineers at Google are researchers and developers who yearn to create and implement complex computer science solutions. We focus on being a collaborative, global organization consisting of engineers with the highest levels of technical depth, programming skills, and a keen eye for quality. As a Software Engineer, you will work on our core products and services, as well as those who support critical functions of our engineering operations. Depending on background and experience, you will work in one of several areas.

KLA-Tencor Corporation: Finance Internship; Milpitas, CA PAID
KLA-Tencor supports the semiconductor industry with advanced inspection and metrology process solutions, using cutting edge technology to identify defects so that devices are faster, smaller, smarter, and more precise. Electrical Engineering Interns will support first article testing and documentation for the GSS Engineering Group, responsible for sustaining engineering for all of KLA-Tencor’s product lines.

Arts, Music, Entertainment and Communications
Hochstein School of Music and Dance: Public Relations Intern, Rochester, NY UNPAID
Hochstein School of Music and Dance is a non-profit music school in Rochester, NY. As a Public Relations intern, a student will be asked to prepare press releases, distribute promotional materials, plan and participate in various events, and use social media to communicate news and information.

The New York Times: Student Journalism Institute, New Orleans, LA PAID
The Student Journalism Institute is a two-week, all-expenses-paid opportunity to work under the supervision of the journalists of The New York Times covering real news in and around New Orleans. At the Institute, you will work with top professionals in various areas, including but not limited to reporting, copy editing, and photography. This year, the Institute is open to stuent members of the National Associate of Black Journalists and students at historically black colleges and universities. Deadline 11/1

APPROACHING INTERNSHIP DEADLINES.

October 6th
Thunder Wake Corp: Marketing & Business Development Intern

October 11th 
Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA): E-Store Research Intern, Project Coordinator Intern, Graphic Design Intern, Data Analysis Research Intern, Public Relations Intern, Marketing and Communications Intern, Event Intern, Sales Research Intern, Sales & Marketing Intern, Accounting Intern, Social Media Intern, Prospective Partnership Research Intern, Film/Video/Multimedia Intern, Website Development Intern.

October 25th 
Nestle Purina: Financial Reporting Intern
Nestle Purina: Finance Intern

November 1st
New York State Assembly: Session Internship Program
Wall Street Journal: Summer 2014 Video, Photo, Graphics, or Social Media Internships in NYC, Summer 2014 Reporting Internships in the Americas.
The New York Times: Student Journalism Institute

NEED ACADEMIC CREDIT FOR AN INTERNSHIP?
There are several ways to arrange academic credit for internships. The most up-to-date listing of academic policies regarding internship credit are available through the College Center for Advising Services at http://www.rochester.edu/college/CCAS/students/opportunities/internships.html. Please see the CCAS website and meet with an academic adviser or Career and Internship Center counselor to discuss the most appropriate internship option for you. More frequently, employers are requesting that volunteer interns receive transcript notation or academic credit, so we need to understand your specific circumstances in order to advise you accordingly.


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