Thursday, January 23, 2014

Recently Posted Internships Week of 1/23


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

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.

 
SUMMER 2014 INTERNSHIPS
Education, Human Services, Counseling, Social Change, and Psychology Research
WolfTrap Foundation for the Performing Arts: Education Internships, Vienna, VA PAID
The Education Intern will be responsible for facilitating and promoting Wolf Trap Education programs for learners of all ages—from children and families to college students and teachers. Work with artists and staff during performances at Children’s Theatre-in-the-Woods, Classroom Residencies, Master Classes, and Field Trips. Contribute to the planning and implementation of the Internship Program, grants, and other special projects. 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

WolfTrap Foundation for the Performing Arts: Accounting Internships, Vienna, VA PAID
Perfect for Accounting majors/minors with an attention to detail. This intern assists the Foundation’s Finance department with managing cash flow, payroll, investments, inventory, and monthly financial reports. Deadline 3/1

WolfTrap Foundation for the Performing Arts: Human Resources Intern, Vienna, VA PAID
The Human Resources intern will work closely with the Director, Human Resources to support a diverse range of Human Resources and Benefits activities for approximately 90 employees and 550 seasonal staff.  Responsibilities may include assignments and special projects such as: providing administrative support including employee records management, filing and archiving, assisting with orientations, policy development and staff event planning, and participating in evaluation of current Human Resources processes and implementation of improvements to streamline and gain efficiency among other things. Deadline 3/1

WolfTrap Foundation for the Performing Arts: Ticket Services Internships, Vienna, VA PAID
Work in the fast-paced world of a performing arts box office as you help fulfill ticket requests and provide customer service for the Filene Center and The Barns at Wolf Trap. You will also assist in the management of Wolf Trap’s Children Theatre-in-the-Woods operations. 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
High Lantern Group: Summer Associates Program, Various PAID
High Lantern Group (HLG) is a strategic positioning and reputation management consultancy focused on developing early-stage strategy and communications for some of the most notable brands and public and private organizations in business today. Our Summer Associates Program is a structured, competitive ten-week program. Associates will be exposed to a wide range of consulting work in the fields of strategic communications, public affairs, public policy, and business strategy. Summer Associates (SAs) will have many responsibilities, including conducting market and public policy-related research, developing client proposals and engagement strategies, constructing reports for internal and client-facing presentations, drafting client deliverables and other collateral, and assisting with administrative duties. Deadline 2/28

LVW Advisors: Investment Consulting Intern, Pittsford, NY PAID
This position is for a full-time/part-time, paid internship. You will have the opportunity to work in a professional business environment, experience real-world challenges, and expand your expertise in the field of finance with a recognized, national leader in the investment consulting industry. Throughout the internship, you will be introduced to a variety of investment topics, such as asset allocation, portfolio construction, manager selection, and various investment vehicles (mutual funds, managed accounts, hedge funds) to name a few. Deadline 1/26

Discover Financial Services: Business & Technology Internship Program, Pittsford, NY PAID
Our 12-16 week paid summer internships expose you to real business challenges. You'll be assigned to a team to solve business problems, applying your classroom knowledge and programming or system analysis background. From the very beginning, the focus in Business Technology is on you and your career goals. All positions will include both technical and business exposure to fit your interests while meeting our business needs. Throughout our program, internship opportunities will focus on true development work, as well as technical and business analysis. Deadline 3/1

Government, Policy, Politics, Law and International Relations
WolfTrap Foundation for the Performing Arts: Planning and Initiatives Internships, Vienna, VA PAID
Working within the Office of the President, you will help facilitate planning, special initiatives, and Board relations and operations of the Wolf Trap Foundation, including coordinating activities of staff and outside partners on projects that include government relations, cooperative and community partnerships, the planning/research of new performance series, Wolf Trap’s Green Initiative, Wolf Trap Archive Project, and more. Deadline 3/1

Institute for Responsible Citizenship: Washington DC Diversity Program, Washington, D.C., PAID
Our core program, initiated in 2003, works this way:  Students work full-time at internships that are arranged with their career goals in mind.  They take academic seminars, including a course on Economics and Public Policy and the Lynde and Harry Bradley Course on Constitutional Principles. They also attend private briefings at many of Washington's most important institutions and interact with some of the nation's most prominent figures.  During the first summer, students focus on classes, internships, meetings with inspirational leaders, and bonding with the other young men in their cohort.  Deadline 2/7

Institute for Responsible Citizenship: Youth Scholar Academy Internship, Washington, D.C., PAID
To support the Youth Scholar Academy program, the Institute recruits at least four collegiate scholars to serve as YSA coordinators. These scholars participate in the full breadth and depth of the Washington program; however instead of a high-level internship, they manage and execute each of the YSA sessions, teach classes, lead personal development and team-building workshops, and facilitate targeted interactions between the high school students and the entire cohort of collegiate scholars. Therefore, YSA has the benefit of preparing exceptional African American men for careers in education.  Deadline 2/7

New York Hotel Trades Council AFL-CIO: HEAT Intern- Union Organizing Internship, New York, NY, PAID
We are seeking to hire a number of energetic, intelligent and dedicated individuals to work as interns in support of these goals under the supervision and direction of a H.E.A.T. System Supervisor. They will have the opportunity to work directly with the union membership, learn internal union organizing first-hand, and gain exposure to a powerful and effective local labor union.

Office of Presidential Correspondence: Associate Program, Washington, DC, UNPAID
The White House Office of Presidential Correspondence (OPC) Associate Program is open every spring, summer, and fall, and we are currently accepting applications for the Summer 2014 semester. 1/31

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
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

Discover Financial Services: Business & Technology Internship Program, Pittsford, NY PAID
Our 12-16 week paid summer internships expose you to real business challenges. You'll be assigned to a team to solve business problems, applying your classroom knowledge and programming or system analysis background. From the very beginning, the focus in Business Technology is on you and your career goals. All positions will include both technical and business exposure to fit your interests while meeting our business needs. Throughout our program, internship opportunities will focus on true development work, as well as technical and business analysis. Deadline 3/1



Arts, Music, Entertainment, and Communications
WolfTrap Foundation for the Performing Arts: Communications and Marketing Internships, Vienna, VA PAID
Learn the ins and outs of marketing for a nonprofit arts organization in a diverse role that helps drive ticket sales and attendance, while assisting in promotions, events, and more. You will assist with the creation and implementation of marketing campaigns including radio spots, email marketing, direct mail pieces, and print ads. Deadline 3/1

WolfTrap Foundation for the Performing Arts: Development Internships, Vienna, VA PAID
Be an integral part of Wolf Trap’s Annual Fund fundraising program that consists of individual membership, corporate membership, and sponsorship. Get hands-on experience participating in stewardship and cultivation events, creating solicitation and stewardship materials, and assisting with benefit fulfillment (including managing the logistics of the Encore Circle, Wolf Trap’s VIP lounge). Deadline 3/1

WolfTrap Foundation for the Performing Arts: Program and Production Internships, Vienna, VA PAID
Work behind the scenes, helping the Program & Production department present and produce nearly 100 performances during our busy summer season. You will provide show coverage for select performances, coordinate hospitality and transportation for visiting artists, supervise and schedule seasonal staff, and more. Deadline 3/1

WolfTrap Foundation for the Performing Arts: WolfTrap Opera Company Internships, Vienna, VA PAID
You help assist the Director and Administrative Director of Wolf Trap Opera and Classical Programming in the daily operations of the department, which include the coordination and distribution of daily schedules, artist and VIP ticket requests, guest lists, information packets, and more. Deadline 3/1

WolfTrap Foundation for the Performing Arts: Education Internships, Vienna, VA PAID
The Education Intern will be responsible for facilitating and promoting Wolf Trap Education programs for learners of all ages—from children and families to college students and teachers. Work with artists and staff during performances at Children’s Theatre-in-the-Woods, Classroom Residencies, Master Classes, and Field Trips. Contribute to the planning and implementation of the Internship Program, grants, and other special projects. Deadline 3/1

WolfTrap Foundation for the Performing Arts: Ticket Services Internships, Vienna, VA PAID
Work in the fast-paced world of a performing arts box office as you help fulfill ticket requests and provide customer service for the Filene Center and The Barns at Wolf Trap. You will also assist in the management of Wolf Trap’s Children Theatre-in-the-Woods operations. Deadline 3/1
WolfTrap Foundation for the Performing Arts: Planning and Initiatives Internships, Vienna, VA PAID
Working within the Office of the President, you will help facilitate planning, special initiatives, and Board relations and operations of the Wolf Trap Foundation, including coordinating activities of staff and outside partners on projects that include government relations, cooperative and community partnerships, the planning/research of new performance series, Wolf Trap’s Green Initiative, Wolf Trap Archive Project, and more. Deadline 3/1

APPROACHING INTERNSHIP DEADLINES
January 26th
LVW Advisors: Investment Consulting Intern

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

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 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.



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