Friday, January 31, 2014

New Arts & Sciences positions posted in CareerLink - Week of 1/31/14

All jobs can be found on our CareerLink system, accessed online at www.rochester.edu/careercenter

Business/Finance/Consulting

Ernst & Young LLP – New York, NY
The members of the global Ernst & Young organization help companies in businesses across all industries, from emerging growth companies to global powerhouses, deal with a broad range of business issues. Our 114,000 people in 140 countries around the globe pursue the highest levels of integrity, quality and professionalism to provide clients with a broad array of services relating to audit and risk-related services, tax, and transactions.
Business Advisor Program – ALUMNI CONNECTED
The FSO Advisor Programs are not only starting points for a career in financial services, but they are also unparalleled development environments. By combining hands-on multidisciplinary working assignments, structured learning and mentoring, the FSO Advisor Programs prepare staff for a thriving career in one of our various Advisory service lines within the FSO. The Business Advisor Program (BAP) is a financial services business-focused development program supporting financial services risk management, performance improvement, process and controls.
Technology Advisor Program – ALUMNI CONNECTED
The Technology Advisory Program (TAP) is a financial services technology focused development program, combining hands-on multidisciplinary working assignments, structured learning and mentoring. The TAP supports the Information Security, Enterprise Intelligence, Strategic Technology, Technology Solutions Development and IT Risk and Assurance service lines.

AXA Advisors, LLC – New York, NY
If you want to unlock your potential as a financial sales rep, apply to join our team at AXA Advisors! AXA Advisors, LLC is one of the most respected and growing financial services companies. With our 5,000 financial professionals in the US and Puerto Rico, AXA Advisors, LLC is positioned with the strength and resources to help talented people reach their potential.
Financial Sales Rep – ALUMNI CONNECTED – ON-CAMPUS INTERVIEWS
We're looking for highly motivated, achievement-driven individuals who want the opportunity to establish and grow a financial services practice with the support and strength of one of the nation's leading financial services firms, backed by the world's third largest insurer. Our work environment is fast-paced, energetic and enthusiastic. If you have an entrepreneurial mindset, are a self-starter, enjoy utilizing your presentation and selling skills, and are looking for a career, not just a job, then this is the place for you.

M&T Bank Corporation – Various Locations
The members of the global Ernst & Young organization help companies in businesses across all industries, from emerging growth companies to global powerhouses, deal with a broad range of business issues. Our 114,000 people in 140 countries around the globe pursue the highest levels of integrity, quality and professionalism to provide clients with a broad array of services relating to audit and risk-related services, tax, and transactions.
M&T Management Development Program – ON-CAMPUS INTERVIEWS
The Management Development Program (MDP) is designed to provide undergraduates high visibility and challenging opportunities.  The MDP is designed for high-potential college graduates with enthusiasm and self-confidence.  M&T encourages all majors to apply to this training program. During training, MDPs will learn financial, project management, and communication skills.  MDPs are expected to apply the acquired knowledge and skills on-the-job as they work within their departments.  Additionally, new MDPs have access to the MDP alumni network within the Bank, as well as numerous opportunities for direct interaction with Senior Management.

Insight Strategy Advisors – New York, NY
Insight Strategy Advisors is a boutique life sciences consulting firm based in New York City. For over 10 years, ISA has provided innovative solutions to a wide range of clients including 15 of the world's top 25 pharmaceutical and biotech companies. Our depth of knowledge in both business strategy and scientific content and emphasis on data-driven recommendations help differentiate ISA from our competitors.
Analyst – ALUMNI CONNECTED
Core Responsibilities include: Managing the data collection process for internal and external data sources relevant to key strategic questions posed by our clients; Synthesizing, analyzing, and presenting primary and secondary market research to support client deliverables; Taking the initiative to become a "knowledge expert" by thoroughly evaluating the challenges and opportunities associated with the interpretation of primary and secondary data.

Regional Economic Models, Inc. – Amherst, MA
REMI is the leading provider of economic forecasting and policy analysis models. REMI's analysis has guided public policy decisions on healthcare policy, national security issues and state tax legislation. Clients include government agencies, consulting firms and academic institutions. Established in 1980, we are a small firm based in Amherst with extensive national and global networks.
Associate Economist
Initial tasks will involve assisting in business development and marketing efforts while familiarizing yourself with REMI's impact analysis tools. Associate Economists will move on to assume independent responsibilities primarily focused on developing business across the US. Throughout the process, you will work closely with a senior economist at REMI. The Associate Economist's role involves significant multi-tasking and provides the opportunity to develop a comprehensive skill set including economic modeling, public policy analysis, proposal writing, economic consulting, and client communication.

Healthcare/Health Services/Social Work

Center for Disability Rights, Inc./Regional Center for Independent Living – Rochester, NY
The Center for Disability Rights (CDR) is a not-for-profit, community-based advocacy and service organization for people with all types of disabilities. Since 1998, CDR has been recognized as an Independent Living Center by the National Council on Independent Living, making CDR part of a national network of Independent Living Centers that provide non-residential and non-medical services. CDR uses a peer model where people with disabilities show other people with disabilities how to live independently and advocate for themselves.
Service Coordinator
The main goal is to assist the participants in obtaining and maintaining services that will assist them to live in the most integrated setting possible, within the community. This position develops and revises service plan in conjunction with service providers, links the participants to resources and assists them in securing residency in the community. Working knowledge of benefit programs for developmental disabilities, traumatic brain injury, and mental illness is required.
Asst. Director of Programs – Independent Living Services
The Assistant Director of Programs/Independent Living Services is responsible for managing the Independent Living Services division. This division with more than a $1 million budget includes services provided by both the Center for Disability Rights and the Regional Center for Independent Living. In addition to the core IL services provided generally and targeted to the Deaf community, the Latino community and veterans, the IL Services division also provides fee-for-service accessibility, benefits advisement, employment placement, and youth mentoring services.
Director of Advocacy & Government Relations
The Director of Advocacy and Government Relations, under minimal supervision, organizes and directs the systems advocacy activities of this vital disability rights organization with influence across the nation and directs advocacy campaigns which will accomplish enduring systems change, eliminating the barriers to accomplish the goals of Integration, Independence and civil Rights of individuals with disabilities.

Grande’Vie Senior Living Community
Grande'Vie Senior Living Community, a licensed adult care community serving Rochester-area seniors.
Licensed Practical Nurse
Directs and provides nursing services to residents; Administers medications and treatments per physicians' orders within state licensure regulations; Supervises the day-to-day Resident Care activities in area assigned; Supervises the storage and distribution of medications; Initiates and retains residents' clinical records in accordance with facility procedures; Informs Resident Care Director and/or Case Manager on residents' status and other related matters through written and oral reports.
Resident Care Aide
Assist with provision of resident services and techniques under the direction and supervision of the Director of Resident Care; Participate in in-services and on-the-job training; Assist with daily personal care of residents, providing medication management and assistance when needed; Observations of the residents and notation of physical condition, appetite, and reporting of unusual findings to supervisor; more responsibilities as needed.

Education

Cardinal Education – Palo Alto, CA
Since 2004, Cardinal Education's highly talented mentors, tutors, and academic coaches have helped families and students achieve their academic goals. We help students build their confidence and motivation through improved academic performance. We cultivate a supportive workplace and offer extensive training and professional development opportunities for all team members.
Associate (Full-Time)
The Associate position is responsible for working with students in a variety of areas potentially including editing college admissions essays, working one-on-one with students for subject tutoring, academic coaching, and to help them prepare for standardized tests. There is a potential to specialize in test prep, academic coaching, or critical reading and writing development.
Associate College Admissions Counselor (Full-Time)
The Associate College Admissions Counselor will be responsible for working with students in their quest to apply to colleges and gain acceptance to the colleges of their choice. Working closely with the directors of Cardinal Education, a team of editors and counselors, and current clientele, the Associate College Admissions Counselor will help students with each step of the admissions process and provide students and their families with informed recommendations regarding their college applications.
Cardinal Education Scholars Associate (Full-Time)

The selected candidate will have the opportunity to build an impactful program while gaining valuable professional experience. The CES Associate is responsible for both teaching students one-on-one and developing a successful program that will benefit these students throughout their entire middle school career.
Tutor and Mentor (Part-Time)
Tutors are responsible for working one-on-one with students to help them reach their academic goals. Working closely with the managers of Cardinal Education and local families, Tutors will execute individualized study plans with the focus of improving a student's conceptual understanding, study skills, and organization.
SAT Tutor (Part-Time)
The SAT Tutors will be responsible for helping students prepare for standardized tests required for entrance to colleges, and provide families with informed recommendations to reach their goals. Working closely with the managers of Cardinal Education and local families, SAT Tutors will develop individual plans for students aimed at accomplishing their desired score improvement based on their respective test date.

Research

Brennan Center for Justice – New York, NY; Washington, D.C.
The Brennan Center for Justice is a non-partisan public policy and law institute that focuses on the fundamental issues of democracy and justice. Our work ranges from voting rights to redistricting reform, from access to the courts to presidential power in the fight against terrorism.
Research & Program Associate, Democracy Program
The Brennan Center seeks a full-time Research & Program Associate to work in the Brennan Center’s Democracy Program. This position will report directly to the attorney in charge of the relevant project area. Responsibilities include: Conducting legal and factual research and data analysis. Drafting and editing publications, reports, newsletters, blog posts, and other public communications. Performing a wide range of administrative, database, paralegal support, and program management tasks.
Research & Program Associate, National Security Program
The Brennan Center seeks a full-time Research & Program Associate (RPA) to work in the Brennan Center’s Liberty and National Security Program. A 2 year commitment is required. For the first year, the RPA will focus on research and advocacy surrounding the reform of secret laws, privacy doctrines, and surveillance oversight bodies. The second year may be a continuation of this advocacy or an expansion into other issues, as dictated by evolving program priorities and current events.

Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine – East Lansing, MI
Summer Undergraduate Physician-scientist-training Education & Research (SUPER)
Students interested in combined DO-PhD training for a career as a physician-scientist are offered an opportunity to conduct research and to be exposed to the excitement of an academic medical environment. The MSUCOM Summer Undergraduate Education and Research Program is a 10 week program.  Four awards will be given to qualified undergraduate applicants. The program includes both clinical & laboratory experiences. Students will work in a research laboratory under the guidance of selected faculty members in the biomedical sciences, shadow physicians in a clinical setting, and attend weekly seminars emphasizing the intersection of science and medicine.

Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine – Boston, MA
The Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine (BHI) at Massachusetts General Hospital is dedicated to research, teaching and clinical application of Mind Body Medicine and its integration into all areas of health.
Clinical Research Coordinator
The Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital is seeking a Clinical Research Coordinator II. Research Coordinators are responsible for managing and coordinating the clinical studies as members of the research team. Specific responsibilities include: Managing IRB protocols and continuing reviews; Recruitment and screening of study participants; Carrying out appropriate research protocol procedures; Leading one-on-one study sessions; Data management, entry and analysis; Conducting literature reviews.

Sales/Marketing

Nistica Inc. – Bridgewater, NJ
Nistica is a global supplier of agile optical modules that simplify, automate and make affordable the delivery of high bandwidth applications. Founded in January 2005 with the vision of automating the edge and metro core of the optical network, Nistica has designed its products for optical system OEM vendors around the world. Over the past decade, the founders have been instrumental in bringing ROADM technology to market and creating viable solutions for wavelength selective switching (WSS) applications.
Sales & Marketing Coordinator
Nistica has an exciting opportunity for someone looking to launch his or her professional career in the area of sales and marketing.   This is an entry-level position for someone who has completed formal post-secondary education in business or marketing and ideally has a couple of years of experience.  In addition to working in a smaller team where everyone can make an impact and realize their potential, you will be given a great opportunity to learn and develop new skills that will introduce you to work tools, processes and approaches to supporting the sales and marketing areas, interacting with customers, contract manufactures and supporting internal teams.

All internships and jobs can be found on our CareerLink web system, accessed online at www.rochester.edu/careercenter



Approaching Deadlines for Arts & Sciences Seniors - 1/31

Wednesday, February 12th

Ernst & Young LLP – New York, NY
The members of the global Ernst & Young organization help companies in businesses across all industries, from emerging growth companies to global powerhouses, deal with a broad range of business issues. Our 114,000 people in 140 countries around the globe pursue the highest levels of integrity, quality and professionalism to provide clients with a broad array of services relating to audit and risk-related services, tax, and transactions.
Business Advisor Program – ALUMNI CONNECTED
The FSO Advisor Programs are not only starting points for a career in financial services, but they are also unparalleled development environments. By combining hands-on multidisciplinary working assignments, structured learning and mentoring, the FSO Advisor Programs prepare staff for a thriving career in one of our various Advisory service lines within the FSO. The Business Advisor Program (BAP) is a financial services business-focused development program supporting financial services risk management, performance improvement, process and controls.
Technology Advisor Program – ALUMNI CONNECTED
The Technology Advisory Program (TAP) is a financial services technology focused development program, combining hands-on multidisciplinary working assignments, structured learning and mentoring. The TAP supports the Information Security, Enterprise Intelligence, Strategic Technology, Technology Solutions Development and IT Risk and Assurance service lines.

Saturday, February 15th

Mariner Investment Group LLC
Mariner is an SEC registered investment adviser, founded in 1992 by William J. Michaelcheck. Mariner has approximately $10.4 billion of assets under management in conjunction with its associated advisers across multiple affiliated single strategy hedge funds, multi-strategy hedge funds, funds of hedge funds, and other alternative investments.
Marketing & Investor Relations Analyst – ALUMNI CONNECTED

A hedge fund firm with a broad array of alternative investment strategies is seeking a full-time professional in the Marketing & Investor Relations Department. This position provides an excellent opportunity for individuals with an interest in Marketing & Investor Relations presentation development and communications to gain knowledge and experience in the alternative investment industry.

Sunday, February 16th

M&T Bank Corporation – Various Locations
The members of the global Ernst & Young organization help companies in businesses across all industries, from emerging growth companies to global powerhouses, deal with a broad range of business issues.
M&T Management Development Program – ON-CAMPUS INTERVIEWS
The Management Development Program (MDP) is designed to provide undergraduates high visibility and challenging opportunities.  The MDP is designed for high-potential college graduates with enthusiasm and self-confidence.  M&T encourages all majors to apply to this training program.

AXA Advisors, LLC – New York, NY
If you want to unlock your potential as a financial sales rep, apply to join our team at AXA Advisors! AXA Advisors, LLC is one of the most respected and growing financial services companies.
Financial Sales Rep – ALUMNI CONNECTED – ON-CAMPUS INTERVIEWS
We're looking for highly motivated, achievement-driven individuals who want the opportunity to establish and grow a financial services practice with the support and strength of one of the nation's leading financial services firms, backed by the world's third largest insurer.


Interested in finding a job in Communications, Music, Entertainment or the Arts?? Not sure where to start, or need some help getting (and staying) motivated?

Job Search Bootcamp for Creative Industries
Amber’s Senior Bootcamp for Creative Industries

Fridays 2-3pm, February 7th through the March 7th


Limited spaces still available, starts next week!




This five-week mini-course will help motivate you in your job search, lower stress by offering concrete strategies to help you reach your goals, and give you scheduled time each week to work on your future!

Topics to be covered include: 
  •  Figuring out what you want to do after graduation 
  • Taking control of your job search 
  • Creating resumes and cover letters that will catch employers attention, and how these documents are different in creative fields 
  • Discussing “other” types of application documents, including portfolios, writing samples, video resumes, clips, blogs and more 
  • Finding "hidden resources" to make you successful 
  • Networking and how to make it work FOR you 
  • Interviewing Basics

The Career and Internship Center's Senior boot camps are a great way to get and stay motivated, give yourself time and ability to focus, and bounce ideas off your peers!

Reviews from last spring's Senior Boot Camp for Creative Industries
"I thought Senior Boot Camp was essential to keeping myself calm, positive, and productive about my job search. I also learned a good deal about what it means to seek out and pursue job opportunities right now."

"it was SO NICE to have this specific boot camp because people looking for work in these types of industries need very different coaching and I felt really supported and felt that the sessions were very personalized and tailored to our specific needs"

"Bootcamp was so helpful, and I don't know how focused I would have been with my job search without it."

So helpful to have it focused around a theme. I think this will help others realize that the Career Center IS for the arts as well.”

Interested? Email Amber Graham with a copy of your resume if you have one, a short description of your interests by next Thursday at noon. There are limited spaces in this section, and preference will be given to students who can make at least four of the sessions.

Amber Graham is an Associate Director in the Career and Internship Center, and Team Lead for the Arts, Music, Communications and Entertainment team, as well as liaison to Art & Art History, Music, English, Film and Media Studies, Digital Media Studies and liberal arts majors. Her full bio is available online.

Thursday, January 30, 2014

FFT: David Forlow, Finacial Advisor for Wells Fargo



David Forlow is a parent of a current UR student. He will discuss his position as a financial advisor for Wells Fargo, and his career path. His bio is below.

Employment
Manage a total of about $100 million in investment assets for ~110 individual accounts and 2 company retirement plans.
25 years in Securities Industry – currently with Wells Fargo Advisors
(Previously employed by A.G. Edwards & Sons who were bought by Wachovia Securities who were bought by Wells Fargo Advisors.)
 
College for Financial Planning
AAMS designation - Accredited Asset Management Specialist – 12 module program, ~100 hours study, proctored exam.
CMFC designation – Chartered Mutual Fund Counselor – 9 module program, ~80 hours study, proctored exam.
Both designations require 16 hours of continuing education every 2 years
 
Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA)
Proctored industry exams
Series 7 – General Securities Representative
Series 24 – General Securities Principal
Series 63 – Uniform Securities Agent State Law
Series 65 – Uniform Investment Advisor Law
Proctored continuing education exam every 3 years.
 
Education
BS Political Science - Illinois State University
 
Volunteer Activities
Lake Bluff School Caucus – President
Illinois Saint Andrew Society – Former Governor, Life Member
Lake Bluff Park District – 20 year Plan Task Force – Chair
Lake Bluff School District 65 – Facilities Plan Task Force - Chair



 

Getting LinkedIn--One hour seminar, 2/4 at 2 p.m.

LinkedIn is rapidly becoming the “go-to” site for professional networking. Stop in February 4 at 2 p.m., Career Center Conference room, fourth floor Dewey Hall.

Through this session students will:

  • Learn how to build and enhance your LinkedIn profile
  • Learn strategies for starting and growing your professional network
  • Discuss outreach and group etiquette, how to increase your visibility, and be a good network member
  • Learn how to avoid pitfalls in online networking
And don't forget to stop by our free LinkedIn photo booth at the Career & Internship Fair February 12!

Don't Miss the Career Fair Wednesday February 12!


Wednesday, February 12
1-4 pm 
Wilson Commons
#SpringCareerFair14
Meet employers ready to hire entry level full-time employers and summer interns:
Never been to a career fair? Wondering what to expect? Professionals from the Gwen M. Greene Career and Internship Center are here to help every step of the way.
  • Prepare by reviewing the list of companies and schools and researching those you are interested in. Study corporate websites and search for recent news articles for conversation starters.
  • Attend one of the "How to Work the Career Fair" seminars led by our On-Campus Recruitment Coordinator Michelle Werth at Monday, February 10 at 1 & 4 p.m.
  • Review career fair tips see our website
  • Dress in interview clothes.  Particularly juniors and seniors should consider the career fair a mini-interview. 
  • Bring plenty of copies of your resume.
Outside the May Room you will stop at our table to sign in and pick up a directory of employers and grad schools at the event. You will be directed to fill out a name tag and then to stop by a table for your major, where staff will direct you to the recruiters who may have opportunities for you.

Just inside the May Room the Onsite Career Center table is staffed by counselors who can advise you on approaching recruiters, offer tips on following up and answer any questions you may have. NEW THIS YEAR: 15-minute "Getting Started" seminars will be taking place throughout the day at the fair.

For advice from one our regular recruiters see:
"Career Fair Tips From the Recruiter's Side of the Table"

Since you'll be dressed for success, stop by our free LinkedIn photo booth!

LECTURE BY DR. LOUIS KUCHNIR, MD, PHD 2/3 at 5 p.m.


Monday, February 3rd, 5:00 pm, Gowen Room, Wilson Commons
Dr. Louis Kuchnir, MD, PhD, President of the Massachusetts Academy of Dermatology will be giving a lecture, sponsored by the Charles Drew Pre-Health Society, for those students interested in a career in healthcare. His topics will include the “Joy of Clinical Medicine,” and an “Introduction to Allopathy,” as well as “My Path to Becoming a Doctor,” and “Gap Year Program in Dermatology.” Food will be available. Please visit kuchnirdermatology.com for more information on Dr. Kuchnir and his practice.

 
"The Joy of Clinical Medicine"
Back when doctors were among the wealthiest Americans, they could have retired early, but instead they tended to work until their own health failed.  Lately, clinical medicine is cast as an unrewarding profession.  Observers point to how “jackpot justice” is causing a malpractice crisis while cost-savings programs developed by managed care bureaucracies are blamed for destabilizing the doctor-patient relationship.  I’ll try to inspire those of you interested in becoming clinicians by explaining how the rewards of medical practice are so enormous that they outweigh the indignities that dominate the headlines.  In the end, modern doctors are still blessed with the same rewards as our predecessors, while technology expands our potential even beyond their dreams.
 
"Introduction to Allopathy:  The unique philosophy of non-alternative medicine."
Allopathic medicine, is taught by the medical schools that award M.D. degrees.  At its base is the philosophy that medical therapy should be based on science.  In this moderated discussion, we'll explore both the strengths and quirks of conventional medicine, based on its foundation in the scientific method including peer review, controlled experimentation, and underpinnings in human biology.  We'll also discuss how allopathic philosophy creates an antipathy toward euthanasia, prescribing placebo, integrating alternative therapies, etc.  Finally, we'll consider the development of the standardized undergraduate pre-medical core curriculum and extra-curriculars as prerequisites for studying medicine in an allopathic school.
 

Recent Internship Postings & Upcoming Deadlines Week of 1/30


Recently Posted Internships


To apply for these positions, and view many additional opportunities, please visit the CareerLink database, accessed via our website at http://www.rochester.edu/careercenter. Your login is your full UR assigned email address (u.rochester.edu) and your password is your UR Student ID number. Click JOBS and enter the “Employer Name” in the Keyword Search on the student home page or search by another keyword of your choice.
FEATURED INTERNSHIP OF THE WEEK

Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine: Summer Undergraduate Physician-scientist-training Education & Research (SUPER), East Lansing, MI PAID
The Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine offers SUPER (Summer Undergraduate Physician-scientist-training Education & Research) training to undergraduate students, who are planning to pursue careers in the biomedical sciences. Students interested in combined DO-PhD training for a career as a physician-scientist are offered an opportunity to conduct research and to be exposed to the excitement of an academic medical environment. The MSUCOM Summer Undergraduate Education and Research Program is a 10 week program.  Four awards will be given to qualified undergraduate applicants. Deadline 3/31

SPRING 2014 INTERNSHIPS
Arts, Music, Entertainment, and Communications
Rochester Museum and Science Center (RMSC): Inventor Center Exhibit Project (Audio-Visual Production Intern), Rochester, NY UNPAID
Design and produce multimedia content for the Inventor Center exhibit. Individuals with a background in graphic design, media arts, motion picture science, and related majors preferred. Experience with videography and video/audio editing software required. Time management and attention to detail will be important in meeting deadlines.

Campus Entertainment: PAID Fluent Student Promoter Marketing Internship Representing Macy’s, Rochester, NY PAID
We are looking for Student Promoters on your campus that are outgoing, active on social media, and highly influential with their peers. Ideal candidates will love fashion, be excited to strengthen their marketing and event planning skills, and be active in student organizations/campus activities. Must be comfortable talking with new people.

SUMMER 2014 INTERNSHIPS
Health Professions, Public Health, Life, and Neuro Science Research
Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine: Summer Undergraduate Physician-scientist-training Education & Research (SUPER), East Lansing, MI PAID
The Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine offers SUPER (Summer Undergraduate Physician-scientist-training Education & Research) training to undergraduate students, who are planning to pursue careers in the biomedical sciences. Students interested in combined DO-PhD training for a career as a physician-scientist are offered an opportunity to conduct research and to be exposed to the excitement of an academic medical environment. The MSUCOM Summer Undergraduate Education and Research Program is a 10 week program.  Four awards will be given to qualified undergraduate applicants. Deadline 3/31

Heliae: R&D Intern-ALUMNI Sponsored, Phoenix, AZ PAID
The duties are to conduct basic experiments under the supervision of a full-time associate.  The tests may involve conducting routine analyses after completing safety and operating training.  The internship will be ideal for students who have an interest in algae, commercial biological systems, or developing innovative natural products. Deadline 3/1

Business, Banking, Finance, Consulting, and Actuarial
BNY Talent Community Link
Are you interested in working at BNY Mellon? BNY Mellon has created a Talent Community link specifically for University of Rochester students! By registering to be a member of this community, you will receive up-to-the-minute individualized internship/job alerts. This is critical as many roles are removed from the BNY Mellon’s jobs board before the deadline due to application numbers. Again, by registering for the University of Rochester’s Talent Community, you have a direct line to openings at BNY Mellon. Sign up now at http://jobs.bnymellon.com/mobile/content/event?utm_campaign=BNYM-UofRochester

National Fuel Gas Company:  Summer 2014 Audit Services Internships, Williamsville, NY PAID
National Fuel is currently seeking to fill internship positions in the Audit Services department for the summer of 2014. These internships provide the opportunity to perform entry level internal audit testing and documentation in a professional environment. Deadline 1/30

National Fuel Gas Company:  Accounting Internship Summer 2014, Williamsville, NY PAID
National Fuel is currently seeking to fill an internship position in the Accounting department for the Summer 2014 semester. The Accounting Department Internship is designed to give the intern insight into the daily, monthly and quarterly activities of the corporate accounting department of a publically traded energy company. Deadline 2/6

Argus Information and Advisory Services LLC: Summer Consulting Analyst Intern, White Plains, NY PAID
Argus Information and Advisory Service offers a 10 week summer internship program geared toward highly analytic juniors or first year master students interested in learning more about the Finance Industry and the work we do. The summer analysts have similar responsibilities as our full time analysts and are offered challenging work assignments. These individuals will shadow full time Analysts while working in small teams and gaining exposure to everyday life at Argus. These students have the opportunity and potential to join our team as a full time analyst upon graduation.
Citi: Citi Summer Internship Program, Buffalo, NY PAID
This competitive program will span 10 weeks, beginning June 2nd and ending August 8th. This is a full time opportunity that is Monday - Friday with a competitive salary. As a Summer Intern, you will get the chance to contribute as a member of the team to which you are assigned and have responsibilities similar to a first year professional. Deadline 3/1

D-Rev: Fulfillment Operations Intern, San Francisco, CA PAID
D-Rev develops and scales products to improve the health and increase the incomes of people living on less than $4 per day. We utilize cutting-edge research and technology development to develop user-centric products and strategies that are scalable and allow people to lift themselves out of poverty. We are looking for an experienced professional to build D-Rev’s capacity to accept orders and payments from international customers, laying the foundation for D-Rev to sell directly to customers. D-Rev is in the final stages of development for the ReMotion prosthesis: an affordable high-performance knee for amputees in the developing world. Deadline 2/15

Government, Policy, Politics, Law and International Relations
Fund for American Studies: Eben Tisdale Fellowship (High-Tech Public Policy), Washington, DC PAID
One principal feature is a nine-week internship from June 8-August 9 in the government relations office of a leading high technology company or association.  Fellows will be notified in mid to late April of their placement. The sponsors make contributions to the Tisdale Fellowship in return for the opportunity to host a summer intern.  Intern sponsors provide mentoring, hands-on experience and valuable high-tech public policy training.  Deadline 2/10

New York State Division of Human Rights: Legal Intern, Anti-Discrimination Law, Rochester, NY, UNPAID-ALUMNI SPONSORED
The New York State Division of Human Rights is seeking interns to assist in the enforcement of laws against discrimination in employment, housing, credit and public accommodations. Duties include extensive intake work, (providing information, making appropriate referrals, determining whether persons may have a jurisdictional case of discrimination, interviewing potential complainants, and preparing discrimination complaint affidavits;) as well as reviewing and analyzing case investigation records; preparing recommended rulings and justifications for those rulings; interviewing of witnesses in human rights cases; attending investigatory conferences; preparing reports on interviews and conferences; updating files; and other assistance. This is a "hands-on," professional level internship. Summer and Fall internships available.

Engineering, Applied, Computer, and Physical Sciences
KLA-Tencor: Mechanical Engineering Summer Internship, Milpitas, CA PAID
Basic Design and Analysis using SolidWorks; Testing/Data gathering of various subsystems with reporting of results and conclusions; Various lab activities; Continuous Improvement Projects of various existing assemblies.

KLA-Tencor: Database Administration Internship, Milpitas, CA PAID
This individual will assist in the administration of the Computer Aided Facilities Management (CAFM) database and associated applications. Key functions would include: Verify data integrity between the CAFM system against HR and IT databases, document internal procedures for CAFM function and Review CAFM web application and document procedures for customer reference. Candidate must be knowledgeable with the MS Office Suite and SQL scripting.

KLA-Tencor: Electrical Engineering Summer Internship, Milpitas, CA PAID
Support engineering first article testing and engineering documentation for the GSS Engineering Group, which is responsible for sustaining engineering for all of KLA-Tencor's product-lines. Desired skills include experience with printed circuit boards (PCB's) and electronics systems. Majors:  Working towards BS or MS in Electrical Engineering.

KLA-Tencor: Data Analysis Intern, Milpitas, CA PAID
This position will work with the SAP team and IT to extract, analyze, and present data associated with WIG sales. Analysis will include discounting, deal details (deal desk), ASP and regional information. Experience working on a team; developing databases for Sharepoint 2013 and automate process. Experience on an engineering project is highly desirable.

KLA-Tencor: Optical Engineering Internship, Milpitas, CA PAID
This position will provide exposure to a wide range of optical characterization techniques and will provide the opportunity contribute to the design of compact optical sensors. Responsibilities include: optical measurements of sensors and components, transmittance and reflectance measurements of optical materials, and development of test setups, including labview programming for instrument control.

Argus Information and Advisory Services LLC: Summer Technical Analyst Intern, White Plains, NY PAID
Argus Information and Advisory Service offers a 10 week summer internship program geared toward highly analytic juniors or first year master students interested in learning more about the Finance Industry and the work we do. The summer analysts have similar responsibilities as our full time analysts and are offered challenging work assignments. These individuals will shadow full time Analysts while working in small teams and gaining exposure to everyday life at Argus.

Heliae: R&D Intern-ALUMNI Sponsored, Phoenix, AZ PAID
The duties are to conduct basic experiments under the supervision of a full-time associate.  The tests may involve conducting routine analyses after completing safety and operating training.  The internship will be ideal for students who have an interest in algae, commercial biological systems, or developing innovative natural products. Deadline 3/1

D-Rev: Fulfillment Operations Intern, San Francisco, CA PAID
D-Rev develops and scales products to improve the health and increase the incomes of people living on less than $4 per day. We utilize cutting-edge research and technology development to develop user-centric products and strategies that are scalable and allow people to lift themselves out of poverty. We are looking for an experienced professional to build D-Rev’s capacity to accept orders and payments from international customers, laying the foundation for D-Rev to sell directly to customers. D-Rev is in the final stages of development for the ReMotion prosthesis: an affordable high-performance knee for amputees in the developing world. Deadline 2/15



Arts, Music, Entertainment, and Communications
View: Summer Internships in the Arts, Old Forge, NY PAID
View is a non-profit multi-arts venue located in a tourism-based community within the Adirondack Park in upstate NY. View has internship positions available for college students or recent graduates interested in gaining hands on experience. Interns will receive practical training in arts programming, day-to-day operations in a fast-paced environment, and working with a small, committed staff and dedicated volunteers in a brand new green building. Deadline 3/3

Insight Financial Strategists: Marketing Intern-ALUMNI SPONSORED, Waltham, MA PAID
We are in need of a marketing intern to help implement our digital marketing plan. This is an opportunity to gain practical experience completing real world projects and to build a professional portfolio. Responsibilities will include: help develop and implement an online marketing campaign(s); develop our social media presence, including updating posts, and curating followers; develop blog posts; develop ebooks on specific topics; develop landing pages; track campaign results. Deadline 2/28

KLA-Tencor: Marketing Communications Intern, Milpitas, CA PAID
Corporate marketing at KLA-Tencor works to deliver highly valued, unique marketing services and solutions that maintain and improve our penetration, share and adoption (PSA) among manufacturers in semiconductors, LEDs and other related nanoelectonic industries. The marketing intern will partner closely with Corporate Communications team members and vendors to support various projects, events and initiatives.

APPROACHING INTERNSHIP DEADLINES

January 30th
National Fuel Gas Company: Summer 2014 Audit Services Internships

January 31st  
White House: White House Internship Program
White House Office of Presidential Correspondence: Associate Program
Google: Software Engineering Intern, PhD, Engineering Practicum Internship, Software Engineering Intern

February 1st  
University of Nebraska-Lincoln: Research Experience for Undergraduates
Campus Entertainment: Zipcar Student Promoter Paid Internship
Apple: Display Platform Process Engineering Intern - Advanced Display Manufacturing

February 2nd
KLA-Tencor Corporation: Field Apps Technical Internship

February 6th    
JPMorgan Chase & Co.: Summer Analyst Program, Finance Analyst Development Summer Analyst Program, Operations Analyst Development Summer Analyst Program, Technology Analyst Development Summer Analyst Program
National Fuel Gas Company: Accounting Internship Summer 2014

February 7th    
Institute for Responsible Citizenship: Washington, DC Diversity Program, Youth Scholar Academy Internships
FirstMark Elite: FirstMark Elite (paid internships)
Sante Fe Institute: Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU)
Cultural Vistas: Cultural Vista Fellowship: Environmental Sustainability

February 10th
Fund For American Studies: Eben Tisdale Fellowship (High-Tech Public Policy)

February 14th   
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center: Undergraduate Biomedical Research Program

February 15th   
D-Rev: Fulfillment Operations Intern

February 16th   
Bedford Central School District: Teaching/Administrative Volunteer or Shadowing Opportunity-ALUMNI Sponsored

February 23rd   
United States Marine Corps: Platoon Leaders Class - ALUMNI Sponsored


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.