Planning and participating in science outreach events. Developing experiments for in-person workshops. Developing partnerships with local community groups and schools and assisting with scheduling outreach events. Developing videos and experiments for website. Candidates must be self-starters that are comfortable presenting science material to students in kindergarten through twelfth grades at local science nights and in-class room demonstration days.
Assist in the creation of project plans including, defining scope, budgets, timelines, prioritizing tasks, identifying and documenting technical and business needs, developing risk mitigation plans and ensuring project objectives meet the defined business requirements. Assist with managing project’s activities and resources to ensure that established cost, time and quality goals are met. Assist with communicating project plans by coordinating efforts with other work units and projects, leads project team meetings, provides status updates, and ensures that documentation requirements and formats adhere to corporate standards.
The career planning and consultation (CPC) on-call intern position provides clerical support, job coaching and client supervision for all CPC programs. Primary responsibilities will be monitoring and documenting client progress, training persons with disabilities on job specific tasks in employment settings. Work tasks include monitoring and documenting client progress, training clients on job specific tasks, collaborating with client and production supervisors, consulting with Peckham staff, report writing and attending meetings with clients, employers and referring agencies.
Performs a variety of routine tasks, which provide experience and familiarity with architectural staff methods, practices and programs. Performs work involving conventional plans, investigations, surveys, structures and equipment with relatively few complex features for which there are precedents or guidelines. May prepare the drawings of his/her own designs or from sketches provided by others. May be required to perform field inspections, measurements or calculations. Works independently to apply code provisions and design procedures. Becoming skilled at producing and organizing presentations.
Learn the company’s products, distribution channels, competitors, production processes, procedures, personnel, production locations, philosophies and strategies. May create production plans in SAP, Excel spreadsheets, Manugistics and/or Clarity software. May work with procurement on sourcing purchased finished goods and providing supply plan. Act as liaison between departments (Mason sales, marketing management, manufacturing, transportation, engineering, accounting, etc.) through meetings, telephone contact and written correspondence. Learn any relevant computer software used in the department. Post database entries and submit e-mail messages as required. Assist with various aspects of the planning process, including completion of production scheduling, documentation of procedures, attendance and documentation of meetings. Provide analytical support to others in the department by completing a wide variety of special projects, including SCM process improvement projects, as needed.
The responsibility of the Software Developer Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) intern is to assist with Information Technology (IT) EDI initiatives, including the global implementation of SAP ERP for Dart Container. The role will be an integral part of the project team and support a variety of critical path project activities and deliverables including solution design, configuration, development and testing. This role will entail working in a fast-paced and dynamic environment to create world class solutions for Dart Container.
The student will assist Business Enterprise Program (BEP) staff with a variety of regularly assigned and ad hoc projects related to the operation of food facilities under the auspices of the Randolph-Sheppard Act and Michigan Public Act 260. Specifically, this includes:·Research and analysis of routine legal issues related to the Program. Research relevant statues, ruling and precedents to be used by staff in promulgating rules and representing the agency at reviews and hearings. Assist in the collection and development of documentation for routine cases and hearings. Log and track mandated documentation submitted by licensees.
TechSmith Corporation's customer service interns are responsible for handling customer requests via in-bound phone calls and e-mail. The customer service intern will also process orders for TechSmith software and ensure that orders are accurately entered into the TechSmith database. The customer service intern is a front line contact with TechSmith internal and external customers, and must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills. A team player with a positive attitude is essential. TechSmith Corporation encourages interns to express their own distinctive talents and discover their own core competencies.
Meridian Township's communications department oversees communication on multiple outlets including HOMTV, Meridian Township's Government Access Channel. HOMTV offers an intensive, non-paid internship training program that provides hands-on experience in all areas of television studio production, creative production, news reporting, marketing and promotion, and social media.
Netvantage Marketing is looking for an online marketing intern to work a maximum of 15 hours per week during the school year. Netvantage is seeking an intern to perform a variety of online marketing tasks, including writing articles, blog posts, and content for clients' websites and guest blogs, assisting with email outreach efforts and helping with strategic edits for clients' website.
PHP IT Interns are responsible for supporting the PHP teams and working on special projects. Primary job functions include problem solving, assessing processes and collaborating with other members of the IT and healthcare administration team to develop solutions resulting in efficient and functional workflows for end users of PHP IT technology.
The corporate social responsibility temp’s primary responsibility is to assist with Jackson’s corporate giving and volunteer program. Responsibilities include organizing charity grant applications, assisting with company-sponsored special events and volunteer projects, as well as writing and editing articles for the company’s intranet. In addition, the temp helps draft social media content related to Jackson’s CSR program. Other departmental duties may include copywriting, graphic design and building presentations.
As an MSUFCU intern, individuals will spend several weeks in a rotational training program consisting of both classroom-based and on-the-job trainings. Topics include member service, MSUFCU culture and philosophies, product knowledge, career development, computer systems and compliance. This is a learning position which performs a variety of functions specific to the department that corresponds with the intern’s field of study. This individual will be assigned a department specific project to complete during their time as an MSUFCU intern. MSUFCU interns will have the opportunity to meet with management and leadership to learn about the corporate culture while gaining hands-on business experience.
Assist in the creation and execution of large and small-scale promotional events. Assist with business-networking functions and cross-promotional opportunities for downtown businesses. Contribute to DLI communications including newsletters. Assist with on-line communications and social media. Assist with website maintenance, www.downtownlansing.org. Deliver communications and promotional materials to businesses within the district.
Update promotion information on social media weekly. Work with vendors to promote their merchandise. Help with the planning and execution of special events. Maintain a high public image, positive attitude and demeanor toward customers and the general public. Perform other duties, functions, special projects and responsibilities as assigned.