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***REMOTE*** Business Development Representative at Truss

Employer: Truss
Expires: 07/19/2024
Truss is a Financial Technology startup designed to help financial service providers in their document collection process. Our software simplifies and expedites the time involved in collecting documents from clients.  DescriptionAssist sales team by calling firms of interest in hopes to schedule for them to participate in a virtual product feedback session. Responsibilities•Call CPA’s, financial advisors, and attorneys •Schedule Product feedback sessions while documenting activity through our CRM (Hubspot)•Follow up with prospective participants•Build relationships with firm partners•Gather information on industry software•Work as a liaison between Truss and customers to ensure participation•Take full responsibility for agreed-upon goals and metrics•Leverage expertise on all leading competitors Required Skills •Committed •Consistent •Productive •Determined •Personable •Clear Communicator •Teachable •Eager to Learn  CompensationCompensation will be discussed in an interview. 

Inside Sales Representative - EOS Program, Bilingual at Saint-Gobain

Employer: Saint-Gobain - CertainTeed
Expires: 12/17/2024
Today is an exciting time to be in Sales. The Essentials of Sales (EOS) Inside Sales Representative will be responsible for leveraging customer engagement opportunities (leads) from both inbound and outbound interactions to identify, develop, document, and appropriately route sales opportunities to product sales teams. The EOS Inside Sales Representative will work in a team selling atmosphere, collaborating with co-workers, Territory Managers and Regional Managers, along with external sales teams in regions to maximize CertainTeed products engagement with all customers.  This position is based in one of our 12 regional areas and is available for remote work with potential travel to the corporate headquarters in Malvern, PA. Why Join us?Prepares you for a dynamic and exciting career within SalesTeaches you to apply your lessons and training into real world experiencesInspires you to build customer relationships that support the growth and vision of CertainTeedMultiple times a year you will have the opportunity to travel with Territory Managers, attend distributor events, or assist with Trade Shows.You will learn about our customers, products, and business needs. This exposure will give you valuable insight into the outside sales organization and the impact on CertainTeed.Participate in trainings to grow your product knowledge and negotiating skills.Receive hands on product installation training at one of our development centers.Navigate through large and diverse business units alongside a dedicated mentor, who shares knowledge and advice essential to success and career development. Program Summary:Our 18-month program provides participants a full-time sales development role, where participants will increase their sales skills and their exposure to CertainTeed. Participants are provided with time in the field, hands on learning, and full access to EPS leaders for networking opportunities designed to accelerate career development. These trainings and travel opportunities are a requirement for program completion and full participation should be given, except for extenuating circumstances. EOS Inside Sales Representatives will support CertainTeed businesses in building strong relationships and portfolios of loyal customers through prospecting new customers and following up on existing leads. They will proactively promote CertainTeed products and research elements and commercial lead generation. They will gain a knowledge base and strong communication of all CertainTeed products and promotions.  Representatives will also be expected to collaborate with the managers and sales teams to ensure customer requirements are constantly being met. Development Program CompletionUpon the successful completion of the program, the EOS Inside Sales Representatives will work with HR and the Sales Training Manager and Inside Sales Manager to explore available opportunities within one of our 12 sales regions in the US such as the Associate Territory Manager 18 month program, or other roles within Saint-Gobain. Those not able to find another role at the end of a successful completion of the program may qualify for a completion bonus if eligibility requirements are met.Required QualificationsQualificationsBA/BS or:Associates Degree with 1-3 years of customer service related experienceMust have proven planning, organization, and time management skillsBilingual in Spanish is required.A flexibility for travel or relocation if needed  

Virtual Recruiter Flexible Schedule at Primerica

Employer: Primerica
Expires: 07/31/2024
Company Overview:At Primerica, we believe in the power of talent and innovation. As a leading financial services industry, we are dedicated to connecting top talent with rewarding career opportunities.We offer part-time and full-time remote positions with opportunities for professional growth and licensing in insurance, investments, and mortgage brokerage.Position Overview:We are seeking motivated individuals to join our team as Remote Recruiters. Whether you're looking for part-time or full-time opportunities, this role offers the flexibility to work remotely while making a meaningful impact on the careers of others. As a Remote Recruiter, you will leverage your skills in sourcing, screening, and placing candidates to help our clients build high-performing teams. You will also have the opportunity to pursue additional licensing in insurance, investments, and mortgage brokerage, expanding your expertise and advancing your career.Key Responsibilities:1. Source candidates through various channels, including job boards, social media, networking, and referrals.2. Screen candidates through phone interviews, virtual meetings, and assessments to assess their qualifications and fit for specific roles.3. Build and maintain relationships with candidates, providing guidance and support throughout the recruitment process.4. Collaborate with hiring managers and clients to understand their hiring needs and develop tailored recruitment strategies.5. Coordinate interviews, facilitate feedback sessions, and manage the offer and negotiation process.6. Stay informed about industry trends, market conditions, and regulatory requirements related to insurance, investments, and mortgage brokerage.7. Pursue additional licensing in insurance, investments, and mortgage brokerage to expand your expertise and service offerings.8. Maintain accurate records of candidate interactions, job postings, and recruitment activities using digital platforms and applicant tracking systems.Qualifications:- Previous experience in recruitment, talent acquisition, or human resources preferred but not required.- Strong communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to build rapport and trust with candidates and clients.- Comfortable working in a remote environment and proficient in using virtual communication tools (e.g., Zoom, Microsoft Teams).- Self-motivated with a proactive approach to problem-solving and decision-making.- Availability to work part-time or full-time hours, with flexibility to accommodate varying schedules and time zones.- Willingness to obtain licenses in insurance, investments, and mortgage brokerage to expand your skillset and career opportunities.Benefits:- Flexible work schedule with part-time and full-time options available.- Remote work environment, allowing you to work from anywhere with an internet connection.- Comprehensive training and support to help you succeed in your role.- Opportunities for professional development and advancement.- Access to industry-leading tools and resources for sourcing and placing candidates.- Supportive team environment with remote collaboration and networking opportunities.Join our team and take the next step in your recruitment career with opportunities for part-time or full-time remote positions. Make a difference in the lives of candidates and clients while enjoying the flexibility to work from anywhere and pursue additional licensing in insurance, investments, and mortgage brokerage. Apply now and become part of a dynamic team dedicated to talent and innovation.

Entry-Level Financial Services Representative [Remote] at Primerica

Employer: Primerica
Expires: 07/11/2024
Company Overview:Primerica is a leading financial services firm dedicated to helping individuals and businesses achieve their financial goals. We pride ourselves on providing personalized solutions and exceptional service to our clients, backed by a team of passionate professionals. As part of our commitment to fostering talent and supporting professional growth, we offer entry-level opportunities with flexible schedules to accommodate diverse lifestyles and commitments, completely remote via Zoom.Position Overview:We are currently seeking motivated individuals to join our team as Entry-Level Financial Services Representatives. This role is perfect for candidates looking to embark on a rewarding career in the financial services industry while enjoying the flexibility of a customizable schedule. As an Entry-Level Financial Services Representative, you will receive comprehensive training and support to develop the skills and knowledge necessary for success in the field.Key Responsibilities:1. Assist clients with basic financial inquiries, account maintenance, and administrative tasks.2. Provide exceptional customer service by promptly responding to client inquiries via phone, email, and in-person interactions.3. Support senior financial advisors and representatives with client meetings, presentations, and follow-up activities, conducted remotely via Phone, Email, Zoom, ect.4. Conduct research and analysis to support financial planning and investment recommendations.5. Assist with the preparation of financial reports, presentations, and marketing materials, utilizing remote collaboration tools.6. Participate in training programs and professional development activities to enhance your knowledge and skills in the financial services industry.7. Maintain accurate records of client interactions, transactions, and service requests in compliance with company policies and regulatory requirements.Qualifications:-NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED (TRAINING PROVIDED)- Interest in pursuing a career in the financial services industry.- Communication skills, both verbal and written.- Demonstrated customer service skills with a positive attitude and willingness to learn.- Ability to work independently and collaboratively as part of a team. Benefits:- Competitive compensation package with opportunities for performance-based bonuses and incentives.- Flexible work schedule to accommodate personal commitments and lifestyle preferences, completely remote via Zoom.- Comprehensive training and professional development opportunities.- Mentorship from experienced financial professionals.- Opportunities for career advancement and growth within the company.Join our team and embark on an exciting journey in the financial services industry. Gain valuable experience, expand your skillset, and make a positive impact on the lives of our clients while enjoying the flexibility to work remotely via Zoom and pursue your personal and professional goals.

Effect of Impurities on Phase Behavior of Dense Phase CO2 at Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education

Employer: Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education
Expires: 06/24/2024
The National Energy Technology Laboratory's (NETL's) record of success has been built on understanding the future of energy and the technologies required to make that future possible. We’ve long touted our success in developing the technologies that took on acid rain in the 1970s and mercury in the early 2000s. More recently, NETL has a leading role in President Biden’s ambitious climate goals, including a carbon emission-free power sector by 2035 and a net-zero economy by 2050.Program GoalsThe NETL Faculty Research Program (FRP) offers qualified academic faculty an opportunity to collaborate with NETL principal investigators on research that is mutually beneficial to NETL and the selected applicant at state-of-the-art NETL facilities. While typical appointments are part-time, some appointments are offered on a full-time basis during the summer or as a sabbatical. Prior to the appointment, the NETL principal investigator and selected applicant will define the scope of research and schedule the appointment period. Appointment periods range from one month to more than one year. Funding varies and is awarded based upon the participant's institutional salary. Faculty members are expected to elevate the collaboration with NETL by supporting connections with students at their home institution, in addition to the research project.Connecting Students with NETLThe collaboration between the selected faculty member and NETL will include connecting their academic institution and students with NETL. Student connections may be fostered through activities such as, but not limited to, the following:Inviting NETL scientists and engineers to present at a departmental seminarJoining NETL at institutional career/job fairs to discuss your experiences with NETLSpeaking about your experiences with NETL at information sessionsSharing invitations to NETL information sessions with studentsPartnering with NETL on proposals and other funding opportunitiesRecommending opportunities to NETL scientists and engineers, such as serving as a reviewer or editor, leading a workshop, etc.Serving as an ambassador to NETL for students interested in careers in the national lab complexResearch ProjectThrough the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE), this posting seeks a faculty collaborator to engage in projects with the Research Innovation Center (RIC) at the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) in the area of Advanced Storage R&D under the mentorship of Isaac Gamwo. This project will be hosted by the NETL Pittsburgh, PA campus.The overall objective of this project is to conduct an extensive and exhaustive literature review on experimental and modeling research related to CO2-H2O and CO2-H2O + impurities ( phase diagrams). The literature gaps on the effects of impurities on CO2-H2O systems, especially as they relate to various acid formations, will be identified and used to design a matrix of experiments needed to close the knowledge gaps. This review will include a layout of practical, realistic, and relevant experiments and modeling activities identified during the literature review that can be accomplished over the course of this 3-year project to close the knowledge gaps identified throughout the review process.During the literature review, the participant will gain extensive knowledge on the effect of impurities on phase behavior of dense phase CO2.Stipend: The selected faculty participant will receive a monthly stipend commensurate with their institutional salary.Deliverables: To document the effectiveness of the program, participants are required to submit a pre-appointment and post-appointment survey, as well as a reflection on their appointment experience when they renew or end their appointment. The reflection should summarize their project(s), additional activities, and overall experience. Details are provided as the appointment end date approaches.Participants may also have the opportunity to contribute to manuscripts, journal articles, book chapters, conference presentations, posters, patents, and other publications as a part of their appointment. Such achievements should also be reported to ORISE; additional details are provided after an offer has been accepted. The National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL), part of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) national laboratory system, is owned and operated by the DOE. NETL supports the DOE mission to advance the energy security of the United States. This is an educational opportunity offered by NETL and administered by the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education. Participants in the program are not considered employees of NETL, DOE, the program administrator, or any other office or agency.Qualifications To be eligible, applicants must be a full-time regular permanent faculty member at an accredited college/university with a research interest in NETL core R&D areas.The ideal candidate would:Be a faculty member with extensive expertise in high-pressure phase behavior, preferably in high-pressure behavior of dense phase CO2 streams with impurities.Experience in designing high-pressure experiments is preferred.Demonstrated experience in writing highly cited literature reviews, especially in CO2 related areas is highly desirable.Having strong knowledge of thermodynamic models to predict fluid (CO2 + impurities) behavior in pipelines is also preferred.

Virtual Financial Advisor at Primerica

Employer: Primerica
Expires: 07/31/2024
Job Overview:We are seeking a motivated and dynamic individual to join our team. In this role, you will be responsible for providing comprehensive financial guidance and solutions to clients remotely. This position offers the flexibility of working from home while offering the opportunity to make a meaningful impact on clients' financial well-being. Key Responsibilities:Product Knowledge: Stay informed about various financial products and services available to clients, including but not limited to life insurance.Relationship Management: Build and maintain strong client relationships by delivering exceptional service, addressing inquiries and concerns promptly, and proactively identifying opportunities to enhance clients' financial well-being.Training and Development: Continuously expand knowledge and skills through ongoing training and professional development opportunities to stay current with industry trends and best practices.Qualifications:- ENTRY LEVEL ( NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED)- Strong interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to build rapport and trust with clients remotely.- Comfortable with using remote communication and collaboration tools (e.g., video conferencing, email, CRM software).- Ability to work independently, manage time effectively, and prioritize tasks in a remote work environment.- Relevant certifications (e.g.,Life/Health, Series 6, Series 7, ) are a plus but not required to start.Benefits:- Competitive compensation package with performance-based incentives.- Flexible remote work arrangement with the opportunity for growth and advancement.- Comprehensive training and support to help you succeed in your role.- Access to a wide range of financial products and services to meet clients' diverse needs.- Collaborative and supportive team environment focused on delivering exceptional service to clients.Application Process:If you are passionate about helping others achieve their financial goals and thrive in a remote work environment, we invite you to apply for this exciting opportunity. Qualified candidates will be contacted for further assessment.We look forward to reviewing your application and welcoming you to our team of dedicated financial professionals.

Inside Sales Representative - EOS Program at Saint-Gobain

Employer: Saint-Gobain - CertainTeed
Expires: 12/13/2024
Today is an exciting time to be in Sales. The Essentials of Sales (EOS) Inside Sales Representative will be responsible for leveraging customer engagement opportunities (leads) from both inbound and outbound interactions to identify, develop, document, and appropriately route sales opportunities to product sales teams. The EOS Inside Sales Representative will work in a team selling atmosphere, collaborating with co-workers, Territory Managers and Regional Managers, along with external sales teams in regions to maximize CertainTeed products engagement with all customers.  This position is based in one of our 12 regional areas and is available for remote work with potential travel to the corporate headquarters in Malvern, PA. Why Join us?Prepares you for a dynamic and exciting career within SalesTeaches you to apply your lessons and training into real world experiencesInspires you to build customer relationships that support the growth and vision of CertainTeedMultiple times a year you will have the opportunity to travel with Territory Managers, attend distributor events, or assist with Trade Shows.You will learn about our customers, products, and business needs. This exposure will give you valuable insight into the outside sales organization and the impact on CertainTeed.Participate in trainings to grow your product knowledge and negotiating skills.Receive hands on product installation training at one of our development centers.Navigate through large and diverse business units alongside a dedicated mentor, who shares knowledge and advice essential to success and career development. Program Summary:Our 18-month program provides participants a full-time sales development role, where participants will increase their sales skills and their exposure to CertainTeed. Participants are provided with time in the field, hands on learning, and full access to EPS leaders for networking opportunities designed to accelerate career development. These trainings and travel opportunities are a requirement for program completion and full participation should be given, except for extenuating circumstances. EOS Inside Sales Representatives will support CertainTeed businesses in building strong relationships and portfolios of loyal customers through prospecting new customers and following up on existing leads. They will proactively promote CertainTeed products and research elements and commercial lead generation. They will gain a knowledge base and strong communication of all CertainTeed products and promotions.  Representatives will also be expected to collaborate with the managers and sales teams to ensure customer requirements are constantly being met. Development Program CompletionUpon the successful completion of the program, the EOS Inside Sales Representatives will work with HR and the Sales Training Manager and Inside Sales Manager to explore available opportunities within one of our 12 sales regions in the US such as the Associate Territory Manager 18 month program, or other roles within Saint-Gobain. Those not able to find another role at the end of a successful completion of the program may qualify for a completion bonus if eligibility requirements are met.Required QualificationsQualificationsBA/BS or:Associates Degree with 1-3 years of customer service related experienceMust have proven planning, organization, and time management skillsA flexibility for travel or relocation if needed  

Interior Design Intern at Arbor

Employer: Arbor
Expires: 12/12/2024
Are you a budding interior designer or architect passionate about transforming spaces? Arbor, a pioneering company revolutionizing the home improvement industry, is looking for an intern with a keen eye for design and a thirst for innovation.Why Intern at Arbor?Creative Influence: Gain hands-on experience in an environment that values fresh ideas and perspectives. Your work will directly contribute to projects impacting the way our customers think about their living spaces.Mentorship: Work alongside experienced designers and architects who are committed to nurturing your skills and expanding your professional knowledge.Industry Exposure: Dive deep into the intersection of technology and home improvement, gaining insights that are pivotal in today’s tech-driven design landscape.What We’re Looking ForStudying or Recently Graduated: You are currently pursuing or have recently completed a degree in Interior Design, Architecture, or a related field.Skill Set: Basic proficiency in design software such as AutoCAD, SketchUp, Adobe Creative Suite, and other 3D modeling tools.Innovation and Creativity: You bring creative solutions and fresh ideas to every project, with an ability to visualize and execute impactful designs.Perks of Joining ArborDynamic Learning Environment: Immerse yourself in a setting where learning and growth are prioritized—perfect for kickstarting your career.Network Building: Connect with industry professionals and build relationships that will be invaluable as you advance in your career.Flexible Scheduling: We understand the importance of balancing work and studies, offering flexible hours to accommodate your academic commitments.At Arbor, you’re not just an intern; you’re an integral part of a team poised to transform an industry. Ready to start your career at the cutting edge of design and technology? Apply now and help us shape the future of home improvement!  4

Life Insurance Representative Virtual at Primerica

Employer: Primerica
Expires: 06/30/2024
Job Overview:We are seeking a motivated and dynamic individual to join our team as a Remote Insurance Sales Representative. In this role, you will be responsible for providing comprehensive financial guidance and solutions to clients remotely. This position offers the flexibility of working from home while offering the opportunity to make a meaningful impact on clients' financial well-being. Key Responsibilities:Product Knowledge: Stay informed about various financial products and services available to clients, including but not limited to life insurance.Relationship Management: Build and maintain strong client relationships by delivering exceptional service, addressing inquiries and concerns promptly, and proactively identifying opportunities to enhance clients' financial well-being.Training and Development: Continuously expand knowledge and skills through ongoing training and professional development opportunities to stay current with industry trends and best practices.Qualifications:- ENTRY LEVEL ( NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED)- Strong interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to build rapport and trust with clients remotely.- Comfortable with using remote communication and collaboration tools (e.g., video conferencing, email, CRM software).- Ability to work independently, manage time effectively, and prioritize tasks in a remote work environment.- Relevant certifications (e.g.,Life/Health, Series 6, Series 7, ) are a plus but not required to start.Benefits:- Competitive compensation package with performance-based incentives.- Flexible remote work arrangement with the opportunity for growth and advancement.- Comprehensive training and support to help you succeed in your role.- Access to a wide range of financial products and services to meet clients' diverse needs.- Collaborative and supportive team environment focused on delivering exceptional service to clients.Application Process:If you are passionate about helping others achieve their financial goals and thrive in a remote work environment, we invite you to apply for this exciting opportunity. Qualified candidates will be contacted for further assessment.We look forward to reviewing your application and welcoming you to our team of dedicated financial professionals.

NASA Internships at National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

Employer: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
Expires: 08/23/2024
NASA Internships -Spring 2025

***REMOTE*** Business Development Representative at Truss

Employer: Truss
Expires: 07/10/2024
Truss is a Financial Technology startup designed to help financial service providers in their document collection process. Our software simplifies and expedites the time involved in collecting documents from clients.  DescriptionAssist sales team by calling firms of interest in hopes to schedule for them to participate in a virtual product feedback session. Responsibilities•Call CPA’s, financial advisors, and attorneys •Schedule Product feedback sessions while documenting activity through our CRM (Hubspot)•Follow up with prospective participants•Build relationships with firm partners•Gather information on industry software•Work as a liaison between Truss and customers to ensure participation•Take full responsibility for agreed-upon goals and metrics•Leverage expertise on all leading competitors Required Skills •Committed •Consistent •Productive •Determined •Personable •Clear Communicator •Teachable •Eager to Learn  CompensationCompensation will be discussed in an interview. 

Associate, Valuation - Commercial Real Estate (CRE) Appraiser Training Program - Seattle at Bowery Valuation

Employer: Bowery Valuation
Expires: 06/30/2024
Associate, Valuation - Commercial Real Estate (CRE) Appraiser Training ProgramAnticipated start date is early August 2024. Hyrbrid role based in our Seattle office. Who we areBowery Valuation is one of the leading startups in the emerging world of real estate tech and the only company of its kind in the commercial real estate appraisal space. We are also the first-ever venture capital-backed commercial appraisal firm, having raised over $80MM.  Powered by big data, advanced technology, and extensive expertise, Bowery is redefining the entire commercial appraisal space.Inside Bowery, we’re a people-forward company dedicated to providing a productive and inspiring working culture. We are a collection of hard-working and enthusiastic types focused on building great teams to support great work. We balance our dedication to success with a commitment to gratitude, kindness, and a team-first attitude. Position OverviewHere at Bowery, we take tremendous pride in developing best-in-class appraisers across the nation. This begins by recruiting and selecting a cohort of promising talent. Once your initial onboarding is complete, you’ll join your team for lots of on-the-job training and coaching as you work to understand the nuances of the various commercial property asset types and geographies that your team focuses on. Before you know it, you’ll be writing your first report (with your manager guiding you along the way), followed by many more! And with an incredible culture that focuses on gratitude and doing things the right way, many of our associates enjoy lengthy and rewarding careers at Bowery!The day-to-day is focused on completing appraisals, updating clients, collecting and confirming market data, and supporting senior appraisers.  This role offers a valuable opportunity to learn about the commercial real estate appraisal industry, gain practical experience, and work towards becoming a certified general appraiser. You will work under the guidance of experienced appraisers, learning appraisal techniques, methodologies, and industry standards.Job RequirementsBachelor’s degree in Real Estate, Finance, Economics, or related field preferred but not requiredStrong analytical and critical thinking skillsExcellent written and verbal communication skillsDetail-oriented with strong organizational skillsProficiency in Microsoft Office SuiteWillingness to travel to property sites and work in various locationsJob ResponsibilitiesAssist in the valuation of commercial properties by collecting, analyzing, and interpreting market dataConduct property inspections and gather relevant property informationAssist in preparing appraisal reports in compliance with industry standards and regulationsResearch local market trends, property sales, and rental dataCollaborate with senior appraisers to learn appraisal methodologies and techniquesMaintain accurate and up-to-date appraisal files and documentationAttend training sessions and workshops to enhance appraisal knowledge and skillsDevelop a comprehensive understanding of appraisal principles, practices, and regulationsAbility to work cohesively with others as well as thrive independentlyPerks & BenefitsUnlimited Vacation: with a minimum requirement so you feel empowered to take time off to rechargeYearly Learning & Development stipendMedical and dental employer-supported coverageAccess to additional group rate insurance options including Life, STD, LTD, and AccidentCommuter benefitsCompany eventsStock options401kParental LeaveWhy Join Bowery? Becoming an Associate at Bowery isn't just about the job, it's about joining a class of high-achieving peers as you all learn how to become top-producing appraisers. Our development program includes structured external classes, dynamic internal training, hands-on learning, and management support. You'll be joining an incredible culture built on humility, gratitude, and team-focused hard work. You will be held to high standards and be fully supported to meet them. We ask questions, we constantly improve, and we have a lot of fun!If you’re looking for a company where you’ll be recognized for your contributions, supported in trying new ways of doing things, and inspired to put in that extra effort or additional hour, then Bowery’s the place for you. We focus on setting clear expectations, holding ourselves to high standards, and giving continuous feedback, so we all get better together.We're an equal-opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran, or disability status. 

Membrane-Based Carbon Capture for Low Carbon Steel Manufacturing at Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education

Employer: Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education
Expires: 07/02/2024
The National Energy Technology Laboratory's (NETL's) record of success has been built on understanding the future of energy and the technologies required to make that future possible. We’ve long touted our success in developing the technologies that took on acid rain in the 1970s and mercury in the early 2000s. More recently, NETL has a leading role in President Biden’s ambitious climate goals, including a carbon emission-free power sector by 2035 and a net-zero economy by 2050.Program GoalsThe NETL Faculty Research Program (FRP) offers qualified academic faculty an opportunity to collaborate with NETL principal investigators on research that is mutually beneficial to NETL and the selected applicant at state-of-the-art NETL facilities. While typical appointments are part-time, some appointments are offered on a full-time basis during the summer or as a sabbatical. Prior to the appointment, the NETL principal investigator and selected applicant will define the scope of research and schedule the appointment period. Appointment periods range from one month to more than one year. Funding varies and is awarded based upon the participant's institutional salary. Faculty members are expected to elevate the collaboration with NETL by supporting connections with students at their home institution, in addition to the research project.Connecting Students with NETLThe collaboration between the selected faculty member and NETL will include connecting their academic institution and students with NETL. Student connections may be fostered through activities such as, but not limited to, the following:Inviting NETL scientists and engineers to present at a departmental seminarJoining NETL at institutional career/job fairs to discuss your experiences with NETLSpeaking about your experiences with NETL at information sessionsSharing invitations to NETL information sessions with studentsPartnering with NETL on proposals and other funding opportunitiesRecommending opportunities to NETL scientists and engineers, such as serving as a reviewer or editor, leading a workshop, etc.Serving as an ambassador to NETL for students interested in careers in the national lab complexResearch ProjectThrough the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE), this posting seeks a faculty collaborator to engage in projects with the Research Innovation Center (RIC) at the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) in the area of point source capture under the mentorship of David Hopkinson. This project will be hosted by the NETL Pittsburgh, PA campus.NETL is helping to shape the future of the steel manufacturing industry by designing and field testing a membrane-based carbon capture system for CO2 removal from the blast furnace of a commercial steel mill. We will scale up NETL's innovative new membrane material at our laboratory. A custom membrane test skid will then be used to measure the performance of membrane materials using waste gas from an industrial blast furnace. The success of this project hinges on informed carbon capture systems design, design of experiments, and efficient membrane module design.Three areas of research are to be studied for this project: 1. Innovative carbon capture systems for next generation steel manufacturing. 2. Design of experiments for evaluating the performance of NETL membrane materials from an industrial blast furnace. 3. Innovative membrane module design for improved gas permeance efficiency in lab and small pilot scale carbon capture systems.Stipend: The selected faculty participant will receive a monthly stipend commensurate with their institutional salary.Deliverables: To document the effectiveness of the program, participants are required to submit a pre-appointment and post-appointment survey, as well as a reflection on their appointment experience when they renew or end their appointment. The reflection should summarize their project(s), additional activities, and overall experience. Details are provided as the appointment end date approaches.Participants may also have the opportunity to contribute to manuscripts, journal articles, book chapters, conference presentations, posters, patents, and other publications as a part of their appointment. Such achievements should also be reported to ORISE; additional details are provided after an offer has been accepted. The National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL), part of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) national laboratory system, is owned and operated by the DOE. NETL supports the DOE mission to advance the energy security of the United States. This is an educational opportunity offered by NETL and administered by the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education. Participants in the program are not considered employees of NETL, DOE, the program administrator, or any other office or agency.Qualifications To be eligible, applicants must be a full-time regular permanent faculty member at an accredited college/university with a research interest in NETL core R&D areas.The ideal candidate would:Be a University Professor in Chemical Engineering or a related field.Have experience in membrane material design and scaleup.Have experience in membrane-based gas separation systems design and economic analysis.Have experience in design of experiments for membrane performance testing.Have experience in membrane module design and analysis including computational fluid dynamics and performance testing.

Jack Henry Platform Go-To-Market Product Manager Apprenticeship at Jack Henry & Associates, Inc.

Employer: Jack Henry & Associates, Inc. - Technology
Expires: 07/31/2024
We’re reinventing the way people interact with their finances, and we could use your help. A Jack Henry apprenticeship offers you a chance to think about and solve fascinating, important problems. Here, everyone has a voice, a chance to ask tough questions, and an opportunity to innovate.  As a Go-To-Market Product Manager (GTM PM), you’ll be responsible for defining, building, and deploying go-to-market strategies and product-led growth around our Jack Henry Platform. You will focus on helping customers harness the power of Jack Henry Digital products, which drive financial institutions’ success by improving personnel productivity and by making their banking solutions more accessible to the consumer. Through close collaboration with our product, design, and operational teams, you will also help ensure that our release cadence remains in lock step with our Product Development Life Cycle (PDLC). In short, your work will directly benefit Jack Henry customers, end users, and internal teams, ultimately accelerating customer adoption and empowering community banks and credit unions to compete with fintech giants. We are committed to creativity, thoughtfulness, culture, and openness—the perfect place to make phenomenal products that have a big impact. Our work environment echoes a modern tech start-up, but we have the security and benefits of a large, publicly traded company. We place high value on continued education and contribute to, and use, open-source projects.  This position can be worked remotely or out of any Jack Henry office. This position pays $22.00/hour. This position does not qualify for benefits. The work schedule is full-time (40 hours per week).  What you’ll be responsible for:  Conduct well-rounded research with our Digital groups to understand business goals, systems models, and customer models to create messaging that speaks to customers’ goals and promotes revenue-generating product offerings. Drive our ever-evolving product story forward through communication of our features and the benefits of new products to customers. Build and maintain close relationships with all customer-facing and internal teams to ensure a seamless customer experience. Develop trusted advisory partnerships and advocates with strategically selected customers and engage the right teams to ensure customer success.  What you’ll need to have:  Background in product marketing, go-to-market solutions, and/or product growth with the ability to think and work creatively. Effective written and verbal communication, consultation, and presentation skills. Experience with cross-team collaboration and the ability to work toward strategic goals in a fast-paced team environment. Discipline to consistently self-start, self-serve, and work independently in a remote environment. Meet the legal requirements to work in the U.S. for an indefinite time period without any sponsorship from Jack Henry. If you got this far, we hope you’re feeling excited about this opportunity. Even if you don’t feel you meet every single requirement on this posting, we still encourage you to apply. We’re eager to meet motivated people who align with Jack Henry’s mission and can contribute to our company in a variety of ways.Culture of CommitmentAsk our associates why they love Jack Henry, and many will tell you it is because our culture is exceptional. We do great things together. Rising to meet challenges and seeking opportunities is part of who we are as an organization. Our culture has helped us stay strong through challenging times and we credit our dedicated associates for our success. Visit our Corporate Responsibility site to learn more about our culture and commitment to our people, customers, community, environment, and shareholders.Equal Employment OpportunityAt Jack Henry, we know we are better together. We value, respect, and protect the uniqueness each of us brings. Innovation flourishes by including all voices and makes our business - and our society - stronger. Jack Henry is an equal opportunity employer and we are committed to providing equal opportunity in all of our employment practices, including selection, hiring, performance management, promotion, transfer, compensation, benefits, education, training, social, and recreational activities to all persons regardless of race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, genetic information, pregnancy, marital status, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, sexual orientation, and military and veteran status, or any other protected status protected by local, state or federal law.No one will be subject to, and Jack Henry prohibits, any form of discipline, reprisal, intimidation, or retaliation for good faith reports or complaints of discrimination of any kind, pursuing any discrimination claim, or cooperating in related investigations.Requests for full corporate job descriptions may be requested through the interview process at any time.   

Sales Development Program - Application Deadline August 31 for October 2024 at Veeva Systems

Employer: Veeva Systems - Generation Veeva
Expires: 08/31/2024
* Now hiring for 2024 start dates: October.The RoleIf you’re looking to start and grow your career in a challenging, dynamic, innovative environment, you’ve come to the right place. Veeva’s Sales Development Program (SDP) is a rigorous, comprehensive track dedicated to growing and developing new grads into industry-leading Account Partners. Ultimately, our sales teams generate opportunities and build relationships with the world’s leading pharmaceutical and biotech companies. We believe that to best serve our customers in this capacity it’s important to deeply understand Veeva’s products, the industry, and consulting and sales skills.  At Veeva, we work with Speed. The Sales Development Program is an accelerated program that takes you from new grad to Account Partner in a top software company at an accelerated pace. This comprehensive journey will take you through three Phases. Each phase will consist of dedicated training to maximize your development and transform your skills to take on the next step into becoming an industry-leading Account Partner.  Phase 1: You’ll join as an Associate Consultant, learning the ins and outs of Veeva’s products, the industry, and how to implement Veeva’s software. Phase 2: You will become a Sales Development Representative (SDR), where you will focus your learning and development on core sales training and acumen Phase 3: Complete the program as a top-notch Associate Account Partner, where you will apply your product, industry, consulting, and sales knowledge to learn how to sell our software and drive sales.What You’ll Do You will gain expertise in consulting, product, industry, and sales to become an industry-leading Account Partner.Learn technical consulting, software solution design, industry business processes, and project management skillsYou will learn lead generation, territory and account management, and how to expand Veeva’s footprintBuild trusted relationships with prospective customers; delivering exceptional service and experiences from end-user to the C-levelParticipate in business process discovery workshops with customers, gather requirements, and support fit/gap analysisConfigure (tailor) Veeva products to match customer needs under the guidance of experienced Solution ArchitectsExplain solutions to a variety of audiences and provide subject matter expertise on Veeva applications and technical designGuide customer project teams to apply business and technical best practicesRequirementsA strong desire for profound learning opportunities on Veeva’s products and services that will allow you to develop the skillset needed to enhance the next step in your Sales careerBachelors Degree with strong academic performanceSTEM, Computer Science, Economics, Finance or Accounting major0 – 2 years of professional experienceWillingness to reside within a reasonable commuting distance to our Boston officeDon’t have a university degree? That’s OK if you have the equivalent skills gained through work experience or disciplined self-studyAbility to take technical requirements and translate them into business solutionsTechnical aptitude and interest to learn new softwareSelf-motivated with the desire to work in an intense, dynamic environment and be results-drivenAmbitious and comfortable taking initiativeStrong verbal and written communication skillsAbility to manage time and prioritize deadlines in person and remotelyInterest in being on site with customers for key meetingsNice to HaveAn internship or experience with a pharma company, consulting, customer service, and or salesEntrepreneurial experienceCommunity involvement or organizational leadership experience

Sales Development Program - Application Deadline August 31 for October 2024 at Veeva Systems

Employer: Veeva Systems - Generation Veeva
Expires: 08/31/2024
* Now hiring for 2024 start dates: October.The RoleIf you’re looking to start and grow your career in a challenging, dynamic, innovative environment, you’ve come to the right place. Veeva’s Sales Development Program (SDP) is a rigorous, comprehensive track dedicated to growing and developing new grads into industry-leading Account Partners. Ultimately, our sales teams generate opportunities and build relationships with the world’s leading pharmaceutical and biotech companies. We believe that to best serve our customers in this capacity it’s important to deeply understand Veeva’s products, the industry, and consulting and sales skills.  At Veeva, we work with Speed. The Sales Development Program is an accelerated program that takes you from new grad to Account Partner in a top software company at an accelerated pace. This comprehensive journey will take you through three Phases. Each phase will consist of dedicated training to maximize your development and transform your skills to take on the next step into becoming an industry-leading Account Partner.  Phase 1: You’ll join as an Associate Consultant, learning the ins and outs of Veeva’s products, the industry, and how to implement Veeva’s software. Phase 2: You will become a Sales Development Representative (SDR), where you will focus your learning and development on core sales training and acumen Phase 3: Complete the program as a top-notch Associate Account Partner, where you will apply your product, industry, consulting, and sales knowledge to learn how to sell our software and drive sales.What You’ll Do You will gain expertise in consulting, product, industry, and sales to become an industry-leading Account Partner.Learn technical consulting, software solution design, industry business processes, and project management skillsYou will learn lead generation, territory and account management, and how to expand Veeva’s footprintBuild trusted relationships with prospective customers; delivering exceptional service and experiences from end-user to the C-levelParticipate in business process discovery workshops with customers, gather requirements, and support fit/gap analysisConfigure (tailor) Veeva products to match customer needs under the guidance of experienced Solution ArchitectsExplain solutions to a variety of audiences and provide subject matter expertise on Veeva applications and technical designGuide customer project teams to apply business and technical best practicesRequirementsA strong desire for profound learning opportunities on Veeva’s products and services that will allow you to develop the skillset needed to enhance the next step in your Sales careerBachelors Degree with strong academic performanceSTEM, Computer Science, Economics, Finance or Accounting major0 – 2 years of professional experienceWillingness to reside within a reasonable commuting distance to our Boston officeDon’t have a university degree? That’s OK if you have the equivalent skills gained through work experience or disciplined self-studyAbility to take technical requirements and translate them into business solutionsTechnical aptitude and interest to learn new softwareSelf-motivated with the desire to work in an intense, dynamic environment and be results-drivenAmbitious and comfortable taking initiativeStrong verbal and written communication skillsAbility to manage time and prioritize deadlines in person and remotelyInterest in being on site with customers for key meetingsNice to HaveAn internship or experience with a pharma company, consulting, customer service, and or salesEntrepreneurial experienceCommunity involvement or organizational leadership experience

Capcut Intern at Co-x3 Family Foundation

Employer: Co-x3 Family Foundation
Expires: 11/26/2024
Are you passionate about video editing and looking to make a positive impact through your skills? The Co-x3 Family Foundation is seeking a dedicated Capcut Intern to join our team. As a non-profit organization, our mission is to empower individuals and communities through our diverse range of programs, including the Better Life Framework, L-CTRL, Gamify Your Life, Be Intentional, and the Co-x3 Community. This internship provides a unique opportunity to contribute to meaningful projects that enhance our outreach and engagement.The Co-x3 Family Foundation is proud to be a 501(c)3 charitable organization. This internship is unpaid and completely remote. We are open to international candidates.Responsibilities:Edit and produce engaging videos using Capcut for various foundation programs and initiatives.Collaborate with the marketing and content teams to develop video concepts and storyboards.Ensure all video content aligns with the foundation’s mission and brand guidelines.Assist in creating social media clips, promotional videos, and educational content.Manage and organize video assets and maintain a well-structured digital library.Provide creative input to improve video content and production processes.Meet deadlines and deliver high-quality video content in a timely manner.Qualifications:Proficiency in Capcut video editing software.Strong understanding of video editing principles, techniques, and best practices.Excellent attention to detail and creative problem-solving skills.Ability to work independently and manage multiple projects simultaneously.Strong communication and collaboration skills.A passion for the foundation’s mission and a desire to make a positive impact.Previous experience in video editing is a plus but not required.Join us in making a difference through the power of video storytelling! Apply now to be part of the Co-x3 Family Foundation and help us create compelling content that inspires and empowers.

Next.js Intern at Co-x3 Family Foundation

Employer: Co-x3 Family Foundation
Expires: 11/24/2024
Company DescriptionThe Co-x3 Family Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that aims to empower individuals in the creative, student, and retiree communities. Our mission is to provide knowledge, tools, and a supportive community to help individuals unlock their potential and make a positive impact. Co-x3 stands for co-creation, collaboration, and community, and we strive to build a global self-actualized community of co-creators and collaborators. Role DescriptionThis is a remote internship role for a Next.js Intern at the Co-x3 Family Foundation. As an intern, you will be involved in the day-to-day tasks of developing web applications using Next.js. You will work closely with our development team to create and implement innovative solutions, collaborate on projects, and gain practical hands-on experience in web development. This internship is UNPAID. As a non-profit, we run on volunteer work and the support of our community. QualificationsExperience or strong interest in web developmentKnowledge of JavaScript, HTML, and CSSUnderstanding of Next.js and React.js frameworksAbility to work independently and remotelyExcellent problem-solving and communication skillsStrong attention to detail and ability to meet deadlinesExperience with version control systems (e.g., Git)Experience with UI/UX design principles is a plusCurrently pursuing or recently completed a degree in Computer Science or a related field is a plus

Graphic Design Intern at Co-x3 Family Foundation

Employer: Co-x3 Family Foundation
Expires: 11/24/2024
Program Summary: The Co-x3 Family Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization committed to fostering innovation and learning, is seeking a Graphic Design Intern. This role is ideal for individuals passionate about graphic design, eager to apply their creativity in developing visual content that aligns with our mission. The intern will be involved in creating various graphic materials such as social media posts, website graphics, promotional materials, and other visual content. This position is perfect for those looking to enhance their graphic design skills while contributing to meaningful projects in a non-profit setting.The Co-x3 Family Foundation is proud to be a 501(c)3 charitable organization. This internship is unpaid and completely remote. We are open to international candidates.Responsibilities:Design Creation: Develop and design various graphics and visual materials for the foundation’s digital platforms, including social media, websites, and promotional campaigns.Brand Consistency: Ensure all designs are consistent with the foundation’s brand identity and messaging.Collaboration: Work closely with the marketing and communications team to understand design needs and objectives.Creative Input: Provide creative ideas and concepts for new design projects.Feedback Implementation: Revise and update designs based on feedback from team members and stakeholders.Qualifications:Passion for Design: A strong interest and passion for graphic design.Design Skills: Basic skills in graphic design software (e.g., Adobe Creative Suite, Canva).Creativity: A creative mindset with an eye for aesthetics and visual details.Communication Skills: Good communication skills to effectively collaborate with team members.Adaptability: Ability to adapt designs to different formats and platforms.Team Collaboration: Willingness to work as part of a team and contribute to a cooperative work environment.This intern position offers an opportunity to grow as a graphic designer, gain experience in a variety of design projects, and make a significant impact through your creativity and skills in a non-profit organization.

Web Developer Internship at Co-x3 Family Foundation

Employer: Co-x3 Family Foundation
Expires: 11/24/2024
The Co-x3 Family Foundation is seeking a passionate Web Developer Intern to join our team and contribute to our mission of unlocking human potential. As a non-profit organization, we rely on innovative solutions to enhance our global outreach. Your role will involve committing code on GitHub using Next.js, helping us develop web applications that empower individuals from diverse backgrounds to learn, grow, and make a meaningful impact in their communities. The Co-x3 Family Foundation is proud to be a 501(c)3 charitable organization. This internship is unpaid and completely remote. We are open to international candidates, and can accept CPT/OPT applicants.Responsibilities:Collaborate with our development team to design and implement new features for our web applications using Next.js.Commit and manage code on GitHub, ensuring best practices and code quality.Participate in code reviews and contribute to team discussions on software architecture.Assist in the maintenance and enhancement of existing web applications.Engage with our community to understand their needs and translate them into functional web solutions.Qualifications:Currently enrolled in or recently graduated from a computer science or related degree program.Proficiency in JavaScript and experience with React and Next.js frameworks.Familiarity with version control systems, specifically Git and GitHub.Strong problem-solving skills and a willingness to learn and adapt to new technologies.Excellent communication skills and the ability to work independently and as part of a team.A commitment to the values and mission of the Co-x3 Family Foundation.

Senior Utilities Engineer (Specialist) (JC-419712) at California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC)

Employer: California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) - Safety and Enforcement
Expires: 06/22/2024
Individuals interested in applying for this vacancy must have eligibility.  If you are new to state service or need to gain eligibility to this classification, please Click here to open the examination bulletin and follow the instructions on “How to apply”.   The examination is a separate process from applying for this vacancy.  Please be sure to follow all instructions for each process.Virtual interviews via web portals or phone may be offered as deemed appropriate and feasible by the hiring manager – standard in-person interviews will still be offered if conditions permit. Under the general direction of a Program and Project Supervisor (PPS), the Senior Utilities Engineer (Specialist) [SUE(Spec.)] is responsible for exercising the California Public Utilities Commission’s (CPUC) Safety Assurance activities of regulated natural gas, propane and Liquefied Natural Gas pipeline systems. The SUE (Spec.) performs safety assurance of the design, construction, operations, and maintenance of regulated intrastate natural gas operators’ facilities and recommends corrective actions; inspect the facilities of utilities, prepares correspondences, reports, safety oversight plans, and exhibits; testifies in formal proceedings before the CPUC, public interest groups, the regulated industries, and various governmental agencies as well as the Legislature. The incumbent assists the PPS and acts as a lead person in charge of complex special assignments as well as construction and hydrostatic testing inspections, standard inspections and investigations. The incumbent will be the primary contact of construction work in his/her assigned region. The incumbent will be responsible for his/her assigned region/area and reporting for this position will be based on proximity to either the local CPUC office and/or their assigned region.CLICK HERE to share with the California Public Utilities Commission how you first learned about this position, this will assist us in our recruitment efforts.You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement.Working ConditionsThis position is for the Coastal Region in California.This position is Home-Based.This position requires travel.

Social Media Intern at Orange County Children's Medical Group

Employer: Orange County Children's Medical Group
Expires: 08/31/2024
We are a small, boutique pediatric practice located in Orange County, specifically, in Irvine and Ladera Ranch. We have a great team and are looking for a social media intern to help us post content on Instagram and boost engagement. This person will talk to the physicians and staff to come up with ideas for content and will come up with some ideas on their own. They may also need to occasionally come to the office or off-site to take photos of the staff and should be in charge of photo composition and posing. All posting ideas will be presented to the Office Administrator for approval. Skills Required:ProfessionalSelf-starter/ProactiveCreative/Idea GeneratorOrganizedHigh follow-throughAdaptableExcellent communication skillsMarketing knowledge (preferred)Interest in medical field (preferred)Experience in social media marketing (preferred)Job Duties:Tracking analytics for social media campaignsCreating social media posting schedulesWriting captions for social media postsIdeating, creating and posting content to different social media platformsPlanning and adhering to content calendars to schedule posts on different social media platforms

Social Media Intern at College Football Dawgs

Employer: College Football Dawgs
Expires: 11/20/2024
Our media outlet is seeking talented social media interns to coordinate our social media accounts. You will be responsible for creating original text and video content, managing posts, and engaging with fans. You will manage the College Football Dawgs image in a cohesive way to achieve our marketing goals.As a social media intern, we expect you to be up-to-date with the latest digital technologies and social media trends. You should have excellent communication skills and be able to express College Football Dawgs' views creatively. Ultimately, you should be able to handle our social media presence ensuring high levels of web traffic and audience engagement.ResponsibilitiesDesign and implement social media strategy to align with the goals of College Football DawgsGenerate, edit, publish, and share engaging content daily (e.g. original text, photos, videos, and news)Collaborate with other teams, like marketing, sales, and customer service to ensure brand consistencyCommunicate with followers, respond to messages promptly, and monitor customer reviewsOversee social media accounts’ design (e.g. Facebook timeline cover, profile pictures, and blog layout)Stay up-to-date with current technologies and trends in social media, design tools, and applicationsRequirementsEnthusiasm for college footballExcellent copywriting skillsAbility to deliver creative content (text, image and video)Knowledge of SEO, keyword research, and Google Analytics is considered a plusProven work experience as a Social Media Coordinator is considered a plusThis position may lead to full-time employment.**This position is open to all applicants based in the US, regardless of state residency****No benefits are offered for this position****Must sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) before joining**

Virtual Financial Services Representative at Primerica

Employer: Primerica
Expires: 06/30/2024
Job Overview:We are seeking a motivated and dynamic individual to join our team. In this role, you will be responsible for providing comprehensive financial guidance and solutions to clients remotely. This position offers the flexibility of working from home while offering the opportunity to make a meaningful impact on clients' financial well-being. Key Responsibilities:Product Knowledge: Stay informed about various financial products and services available to clients, including but not limited to life insurance.Relationship Management: Build and maintain strong client relationships by delivering exceptional service, addressing inquiries and concerns promptly, and proactively identifying opportunities to enhance clients' financial well-being.Training and Development: Continuously expand knowledge and skills through ongoing training and professional development opportunities to stay current with industry trends and best practices.Qualifications:- ENTRY LEVEL ( NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED)- Strong interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to build rapport and trust with clients remotely.- Comfortable with using remote communication and collaboration tools (e.g., video conferencing, email, CRM software).- Ability to work independently, manage time effectively, and prioritize tasks in a remote work environment.- Relevant certifications (e.g.,Life/Health, Series 6, Series 7, ) are a plus but not required to start.Benefits:- Competitive compensation package with performance-based incentives.- Flexible remote work arrangement with the opportunity for growth and advancement.- Comprehensive training and support to help you succeed in your role.- Access to a wide range of financial products and services to meet clients' diverse needs.- Collaborative and supportive team environment focused on delivering exceptional service to clients.Application Process:If you are passionate about helping others achieve their financial goals and thrive in a remote work environment, we invite you to apply for this exciting opportunity. Qualified candidates will be contacted for further assessment.We look forward to reviewing your application and welcoming you to our team of dedicated financial professionals.

Social Media Internship at LayoverHR

Employer: LayoverHR
Expires: 07/15/2024
Welcome to LayoverHR!Are you passionate about social media and looking to gain valuable experience? Do you want to make a real impact while building your resume?Join LayoverHR as a Social Media Intern! We offer real work, real experience, and real training with flexible, part-time hours that can fit your schedule.LayoverHR is the leading platform for supporting laid-off employees through seamless career transitions. Our user-friendly solution combines advanced technology with personalized human support, offering resume optimization, personalized job listings, professional networking tools, and on-demand live coaching. Our flexible pricing tiers make LayoverHR accessible to companies of all sizes. To learn more, visit layoverhr.com or follow us on Twitter at @layoverhr. The Role:As a Social Media Intern, you will work closely with our marketing team and CEO, managing LayoverHR's social media campaigns in a fun and impact-driven dynamic culture. What You’ll Do:Help create engaging and memorable content for Twitter and LinkedIn with LayoverHR's Marketing team, following our social media calendar Communicate directly with followers by commenting, following, and engaging with our social media community Create copy and pitch content ideas to our social media team Help tailor and improve our marketing strategy based on what content resonates with our audience What We’ll Give You:An awesome team of serial entrepreneurs and industry leaders coming from top Fortune 100 companies to train you on marketing best practices, social media channel management, and marketing strategy! Customer-facing opportunities for you to grow and challenge yourself. Real work experience for your resume where you can show how your work impacted LayoverHR's social media following and growth. Flexible work schedule and growth opportunities. Requirements:We are looking for someone who LOVES social media. If you love creating content, engaging with followers, and thinking about what content our audience would love, this role is for you! Experience running a personal, organization, and/or club LinkedIn, Twitter or other social media channel. Willingness to learn and experiment with content to see what resonates best with our target audience. How to Stand Out:Show us what you got! Share your social channels with us or social media content you are proud of! Perks:Excellent resume-building experience, direct support from the founding members, LinkedIn and referral recommendations from LayoverHR’s CEO and Board of Advisors.An opportunity for you to express your opinions and gain unique hands-on experience.Invaluable experience in growing an innovative company. Join LayoverHR and demonstrate your commitment to employee well-being and career success!

Summer Internships (2025) at INROADS

Employer: INROADS
Expires: 11/14/2024
Want to get a leg up on applying to Summer 2025 internships? In today's competitive market it's not too early to start preparing for next year, and INROADS is here to help! INROADS is a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting undergraduate students from culturally, ethnically, and economically diverse backgrounds with their career development. We hire for a wide range of paid business and STEM internships across the United States and provide training, professional development opportunities, and mentorship along the way. INROADS is a completely free service for students. Benefits:A paid multi-year internship with a top employer - tailored to your career goalsCompetitive compensationGreat potential for a full-time career after graduationCustomized career readiness training that prepares you to contribute from day oneUnparalleled networking opportunities with executives, like-minded peers, and INROADS AlumniGratifying community involvementYear-round professional and personal coaching, mentoring and guidance from your INROADS advisor Requirements:Attend a regionally accredited college or universityCurrently enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student with at least one summer remaining before graduating collegeCumulative GPA of 2.8 or higher (first semester freshmen are exempt from this requirement and should enter a GPA of 0.0 in their application)Eligible to work in the United States without sponsorship now or in the future (must have work authorization at the time of applying)Available for 8-12 consecutive weeks during the summer without interruption from other activities/plansFully committed to retaining internship once an offer is extended and accepted To Apply:Submit your resume via HandshakeQualified candidates will receive further instruction on next stepsORApply via: inroads.org/applyReferral Source: INROADS RecruiterReferred By: Ricci Prioletti INROADS (www.inroads.org) is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization that gives high-potential future executives from culturally, ethnically, and economically diverse backgrounds a competitive advantage in their careers. We provide unparalleled networking opportunities with career-minded peers; year-round professional coaching and guidance from managers; and professional development. We also provide management training that includes career related, paid internships with some of America's top companies. We are seeking undergraduate candidates for paid summer internships with our 200+ corporate partners.The INROADS Internship Program works at the college level to prepare talented, diverse students across the country for corporate readiness with business soft skills, real-world leadership development activities, academic and career support, and an opportunity for a paid internship.Our rigorous career development training process will challenge you to commit to excellence and raise the bar on your personal expectations.Internship Opportunities are highly competitive.

Life Insurance Sales Rep REMOTE at Primerica

Employer: Primerica
Expires: 06/30/2024
Are you passionate about making a difference in people's lives and helping them secure their financial future? Join our team as a Life Insurance Sales Representative and embark on a rewarding career journey where you can thrive while making a positive impact.Position Overview:As a Life Insurance Sales Representative, you'll serve as a trusted advisor to individuals and families, guiding them in protecting their financial future through tailored life insurance solutions. Your primary responsibility will be to understand clients' needs, educate them on available insurance options, and assist them in selecting policies that best fit their unique circumstances.Key Responsibilities:Client Consultation: Conduct thorough consultations with clients to understand their financial goals, risk tolerance, and insurance needs. Tailor insurance solutions to meet their specific objectives and budgetary constraints. Education and Guidance: Provide comprehensive education on the importance of life insurance and the various policy options available. Help clients understand the benefits and features of different insurance products, empowering them to make informed decisions. Why Join Us:Paid Training: No prior experience? No problem! We provide comprehensive paid training to equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to excel in the role.Licensing Covered: Worried about licensing fees? Don't be! We cover your licensing expense, removing financial barriers and making it easier for you to start your career in the insurance industry.Opportunities for Growth:Ready to take your career to the next level? We offer opportunities for you to expand your expertise by becoming licensed in health, mortgage, and/or investment products. Diversify your skill set and broaden your earning potential.Qualifications:Drive and Determination: A positive attitude, self-motivation, and a strong work ethic are key attributes for success in this role.Coachable:Willingness to learn and adapt to new strategies and techniques is crucial for continuous improvement and success in the insurance industry.Join Our Team:If you're ready to embark on a fulfilling career where you can make a meaningful impact while enjoying the benefits of comprehensive training, licensing support, and opportunities for growth, we want to hear from you! Apply now to become a part of our team and start your journey towards success in the insurance industry. APPLY TODAY START TODAY !NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED, TRAINING PROVIDED !

Program Manager (Transparency) at Center for Effective Global Action (CEGA at UC Berkeley)

Employer: Center for Effective Global Action (CEGA at UC Berkeley)
Expires: 09/30/2024
The Center for Effective Global Action (CEGA) seeks a motivated Program Manager to support our flagship research transparency initiative, the Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences (BITSS), and related activities. This is an opportunity for candidates who are passionate about the credibility of social science research; want to contribute to positive change within the scientific community; and have a strong desire to expand and deepen their skills in project management, strategic planning, fundraising, and partnership development. About CEGACEGA generates innovative research and ideas that leaders can use to improve policies, programs, and people’s lives. Headquartered at the University of California, Berkeley, our academic network includes nearly 200 faculty, over 70 scholars from low- and middle-income countries, and hundreds of graduate students–from across academic disciplines and across the globe–to produce rigorous evidence about what works to expand education, health, and economic opportunities for people living in poverty. CEGA is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion – please read our values statement here.Position DetailThe Program Manager will manage the implementation of all programmatic activities that fall under CEGA’s research transparency portfolio, including fundraising and financial management, coordination of research activities, BITSS program communications, and organization of BITSS-related events and trainings. The Program Manager will be a proactive team player with strong project management experience, awareness of threats to research credibility and promising approaches to mitigate them, and general knowledge of the academic research process. Specific responsibilities include the following:Fundraising and Financial Management (30%)Work with CEGA Executive Director Carson Christiano, BITSS Faculty Director Edward Miguel, and Staff Scientist Fernando Hoces de la Guardia to develop and implement a comprehensive fundraising strategy for BITSS, draft concept notes and proposals, and manage relationships with several current and prospective funders.Manage multi-year, multi-million dollar budgets, with numerous funding sources including grants, gifts, revenue, and contracts.Track expenses and payments and reconcile program finances on a monthly basis.  Program Implementation (40%)Oversee implementation of all programs under the BITSS portfolio, identifying and leveraging synergies with other CEGA programs.Develop and maintain research and capacity building partnerships, and conduct outreach to policy-makers, implementing organizations, and other stakeholders.Coordinate the scale up of the Social Science Reproduction Platform (SSRP) and Social Science Prediction Platform (SSPP), liaising with partners, collecting feedback, and making recommendations for platform improvement.Manage operations for research projects led by BITSS scholars, such as recruiting study participants and research staff, and procuring software and other research materials.Provide technical guidance, on occasion, related to research transparency and reproducibility inquiries from CEGA staff and faculty, BITSS Catalysts, and other partners.Manage competitive grant-making processes as appropriate, including RFPs, peer review, contracting arrangements, and project monitoring.Lead performance management by gathering and analyzing data, recommending and implementing changes to program design based on metrics, and writing program plans, quarterly performance reviews, budget milestones, and theories of change. Aspirationally, identify and pursue opportunities for rigorous impact evaluations of BITSS activities.Develop expertise in research transparency subject matter (publication bias; p-hacking; pre-analysis plans; pre-results review; selective reporting; reporting guidelines; evidence aggregation; reproducibility; open data; ethics; and privacy; as well as how these translate to policy analysis); stay up-to-date on relevant research and policy developments.Mentor interns and other junior collaborators, as appropriate, including work plan design, performance management, and professional development.Events and Communications (20%)Design and implement BITSS events in collaboration with CEGA’s Events and Communications Team, including negotiating contracts with vendors, developing timelines, budgets, agenda, and materials; coordinating media capture; overseeing logistics; synthesizing lessons learned; suggesting content improvement; making intellectual contributions to event programming, for example designing agendas and selecting speakers and participants; and speaking at events.Lead promotional outreach and community building for the SSRP and the SSPP, for example developing newsletters, FAQs, and promotional materials, and identifying opportunities to present to relevant audiences, and presenting themselves.Develop and coordinate content for the BITSS website, newsletter, blog, YouTube, Twitter, and community channels.Manage the dissemination of research and BITSS activities to policymakers and partners, including conceptualizing briefing materials and managing their production, monitoring media coverage, and managing relationships with relevant stakeholders. Center-wide responsibilities (10%)Participate in center-wide activities, including participation in internal working groups, maintenance of the CEGA Wiki, process documentation, center event planning and management, and performance management.Support mainstreaming of research transparency across CEGA programs, including strengthening (and conceptualizing processes for enforcing) CEGA’s Transparency Policy. Required QualificationsBA/BS in Economics, Political Science, Psychology, Public Health, Public Policy, or related fields.Well-versed in issues related to research transparency subject matter (publication bias; p-hacking; pre-analysis plans; selective reporting; reporting guidelines; reproducibility; open data), and solutions for improved transparency (pre-registration and pre-analysis plans, data sharing, version control software, and other).Strong financial and project management skills and familiarity with academic research grant-making.Strong skills in short-term and long-term planning, analysis, problem-anticipation, and problem-solving; ability to independently investigate solutions to challenges and anticipate leadership/sponsor needs.Demonstrated interest in and knowledge of evidence-based policy-making.Self-directed, intrinsically motivated; proven capacity to manage work independently, multitask, and be responsive to time-sensitive deadlines.Excellent written and verbal communication skills.Strong and effective interpersonal skills in working with colleagues at all levels. Ability to use discretion and maintain confidentiality. Cultural sensitivity and demonstrated ability to work diplomatically with diverse constituencies. Takes ownership of professional development. Highly coachable, anticipating and integrating guidance and direction.Strong competency with MS Office and Google Suite applications. Preferred QualificationsMA/MS in Economics, Political Science, Psychology, Public Health, Public Policy, or related fields.At least 3 years of relevant professional experienceFamiliarity with journal review processesPrevious quantitative research experienceExperience with productivity tools such as GitHub/Git, Slack, Salesforce, and Trello.Experience with Adobe Creative Suite (including Adobe InDesign and PhotoShop)Sense of humor with a positive attitude in approaching challenges and uncertainty Salary and Benefits Salary is commensurate with CEGA’s compensation model; the approximate annual range for this position is $90,000 – $110,000. For information on the comprehensive benefits package offered by the University visit: http://ucnet.universityofcalifornia.edu/compensation-and-benefits/index.html How to ApplyAll applications must be submitted through the UC Berkeley jobs website careers.berkeley.edu, using Job ID#68464.  Please submit your cover letter and resume as a single attachment when applying. In addition to a current CV, candidates should submit a cover letter outlining (1) qualifications for the responsibilities listed above, (2) specific interest in the position, and (3) three academic and/or professional references. Incomplete applications will not be considered. The University of California, Berkeley is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Please note CEGA will only hire individuals who are eligible to work in the US, either through an Optional Practical Training (OPT) visa or as a result of being US citizen or permanent resident. 

MatLab Data Analyst - MatLab proficiency required - v2 at Rubitection, Inc.

Employer: Rubitection, Inc.
Expires: 11/08/2024
MUST HAVE MATLAB SKILLS TO BE ELIGIBLE.Description: Rubitection is a medical device company based in Pittsburgh currently in the research and development stage and early business development phase.We are looking for driven, self-motivated, flexible, good communicator, and hardworking students who work well with others and can meet deadlines. Math majors, engineers, and graduate students preferred. Must be proficient in Matlab.Provide support in algorithm development, data processing and analysis, and debugging algorithms in Matlab. Evaluate data analysis procedure, trouble shoot analysis results, optimize data analysis procedure to improve output and results for medical device prototypes.Looking for someone who is proficient in Matlab with good analysis skills, data processing, and some experience with statistical analysis. 

AI/ML Computer vision processing internship-v2 at Rubitection, Inc.

Employer: Rubitection, Inc.
Expires: 05/06/2025
Description: Rubitection is a medical device company based in Pittsburgh currently in the research and development stage and early business development phase.We are looking for driven, self-motivated, flexible, good communicator, and hardworking students who work well with others and can meet deadlines. Math majors, engineers, and graduate students are preferred. Programming skills python, MATLAB, C++.Provide support in algorithm development, data processing and analysis, and debugging algorithms in MATLAB. Evaluate data analysis procedure, troubleshoot analysis results, and optimize data analysis procedure to improve output and results for medical device prototypes.Looking for someone who is proficient in MATLAB with good analysis skills, data processing, and some experience with statistical analysis. 

Business Operations Intern-V2 at Rubitection, Inc.

Employer: Rubitection, Inc.
Expires: 05/07/2025
The operations intern will assist with the daily tasks of managing and running the startup. He/she will also regularly interact with the C-suite and associated suppliers and contractors. Their responsibilities will include setting up the team recruitment approach, supporting corporate taxes, supplies management, and overall office management. There is a possibility of working remotely from the job site. Working hours are flexible.

Insurance Sales Rep Virtual at Primerica

Employer: Primerica
Expires: 09/01/2024
Are you passionate about making a difference in people's lives and helping them secure their financial future? Join our team as a Life Insurance Sales Representative and embark on a rewarding career journey where you can thrive while making a positive impact.Position Overview:As a Life Insurance Sales Representative, you'll serve as a trusted advisor to individuals and families, guiding them in protecting their financial future through tailored life insurance solutions. Your primary responsibility will be to understand clients' needs, educate them on available insurance options, and assist them in selecting policies that best fit their unique circumstances.Key Responsibilities:Client Consultation: Conduct thorough consultations with clients to understand their financial goals, risk tolerance, and insurance needs. Tailor insurance solutions to meet their specific objectives and budgetary constraints. Education and Guidance: Provide comprehensive education on the importance of life insurance and the various policy options available. Help clients understand the benefits and features of different insurance products, empowering them to make informed decisions. Why Join Us:Paid Training: No prior experience? No problem! We provide comprehensive paid training to equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to excel in the role.Licensing Covered: Worried about licensing fees? Don't be! We cover your licensing expense, removing financial barriers and making it easier for you to start your career in the insurance industry.Opportunities for Growth:Ready to take your career to the next level? We offer opportunities for you to expand your expertise by becoming licensed in health, mortgage, and/or investment products. Diversify your skill set and broaden your earning potential.Qualifications:Drive and Determination: A positive attitude, self-motivation, and a strong work ethic are key attributes for success in this role.Coachable:Willingness to learn and adapt to new strategies and techniques is crucial for continuous improvement and success in the insurance industry.Join Our Team:If you're ready to embark on a fulfilling career where you can make a meaningful impact while enjoying the benefits of comprehensive training, licensing support, and opportunities for growth, we want to hear from you! Apply now to become a part of our team and start your journey towards success in the insurance industry.

Information Technology Intern at Co-x3 Family Foundation

Employer: Co-x3 Family Foundation
Expires: 11/06/2024
About Co-x3 Family Foundation:At the Co-x3 Family Foundation, we're more than just a team; we're a family dedicated to making life better for everyone. Through our innovative programs and initiatives like the Better Life Framework, L-CTRL, and Gamify Your Life, we aim to empower individuals to be more productive, intentional, and collaborative. We're on the lookout for an enthusiastic IT Intern who shares our passion for productivity and project management tools, especially Notion, to help us turn creative ideas into practical, impactful tools.Co-x3 Family Foundation is a 501(c)3 charitable foundation. This internship at our nonprofit is unpaid, and completely remote. Role Overview:As our IT Intern (Productivity), you'll immerse yourself in productivity, database, knowledge base, and project management tools like Notion and other leading productivity platforms, learning to optimize these tools for project management, database creation, and overall productivity enhancement. You'll collaborate closely with our team to design, develop, and implement innovative products that align with our mission of fostering a supportive, intentional community. Key Responsibilities:Master Notion and similar productivity, database, and project management tools to support our initiatives.Work alongside our team to develop and refine internal tools that enhance our foundation's efficiency and effectiveness.Engage in collaborative projects, contributing to the translation of creative ideas into functional, user-friendly solutions.Help create and maintain documentation, training materials, and best practices for utilizing new tools and processes.Participate actively in our community, offering insights and feedback on how to improve project outcomes and productivity. What We’re Looking For:Experience or education in IT and advanced software use.A genuine interest in productivity and collaboration tools, with a desire to learn and excel in Notion.Creativity, problem-solving skills, and the ability to translate ideas into practical applications.Excellent communication skills and a strong sense of community engagement.A self-starter with the ability to work independently and as part of a diverse, global team. What We Offer:A unique opportunity to work on projects that directly impact our community's well-being and productivity.Exposure to innovative productivity frameworks and the chance to contribute to their development.Mentorship from experienced professionals passionate about technology, productivity, and community building.A remote, flexible work environment that values creativity, innovation, and collaboration.

Notion IT Intern at Co-x3 Family Foundation

Employer: Co-x3 Family Foundation
Expires: 11/06/2024
At Co-x3 Family Foundation, we strive to innovate and empower communities by providing tools and resources that enhance productivity and foster personal growth. As we expand our reach and impact, we need a passionate Notion Intern to join our team. This role at our non profit will focus on creating and optimizing Notion templates that support our various programs and initiatives, helping us to streamline processes and improve efficiency across our operations. The Co-x3 Family Foundation is proud to be a 501(c)3 charitable organization. This internship is unpaid and completely remote. We are open to international candidates.Responsibilities:Design and develop Notion templates tailored to the needs of our programs such as the Better Life Framework, L-CTRL, and Gamify Your Life.Collaborate with team members to understand requirements and deliver functional and aesthetically pleasing templates.Test and iterate on templates based on feedback from users and team members.Document the functionality and potential use cases of each template for user guidance.Stay updated with Notion features and integrate new tools and techniques into template designs.Assist in managing the Notion workspace including organizing pages, ensuring template accessibility, and improving navigation.Qualifications:Educational background or work experience in Information Technology, Design, Business, or a related field.Strong proficiency in Notion with a proven track record of building effective templates and workspaces.Excellent communication skills and the ability to work collaboratively in a remote environment.Creative thinker with a keen eye for design and detail.Self-motivated and capable of managing multiple tasks efficiently.Passion for non-profit work and a commitment to the values and goals of the Co-x3 Family Foundation.  This internship is an excellent opportunity to apply your Notion skills in a real-world setting while contributing to meaningful projects that make a difference. Join us to gain invaluable experience and grow professionally in a supportive and innovative environment.

Video Production & Editing Intern at Co-x3 Family Foundation

Employer: Co-x3 Family Foundation
Expires: 11/06/2024
At the Co-x3 Family Foundation, we are harnessing the power of storytelling to amplify our message and connect with communities worldwide. Through our initiatives like the Better Life Framework, L-CTRL, and Gamify Your Life, we aim to inspire and motivate individuals to lead more intentional and fulfilling lives. As our efforts expand, the role of engaging and creative video content has never been more pivotal. We are seeking a talented Video Intern who is passionate about making a difference and skilled in bringing stories to life through the lens of a camera. This is an exceptional opportunity to contribute to meaningful projects while honing your craft in video production.The Co-x3 Family Foundation is proud to be a 501(c)3 charitable organization. This internship is unpaid and completely remote. We are open to international candidates.Responsibilities:Assist in the end-to-end production of video projects, from conceptualization to final editing, ensuring they align with the foundation’s mission and values.Work closely with our team to develop storyboards and scripts for various video content, including promotional videos, educational materials, and event highlights.Film and edit video content using professional editing software, adding graphics, effects, and music to enhance the viewer's experience.Manage and organize video assets, ensuring all content is archived properly and accessible.Collaborate with the marketing and communications team to optimize video content for social media and other digital platforms.Research and stay updated on the latest video production techniques and trends to ensure our content remains fresh and engaging.Provide support in measuring the impact of video content through analytics and feedback, contributing to strategy adjustments as needed.Qualifications:Educational background or work experience in Film, Media Production, Communication, or a similar field.Experience in video editing and production, demonstrated through a portfolio of work.Proficient in video editing software (e.g., Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro).Creative thinker with strong storytelling skills.Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a remote setting.Strong communication skills and the ability to receive and incorporate feedback.A passion for nonprofit work and alignment with the foundation’s mission.If you have a knack for video production and are driven by the desire to create content that makes a difference, we invite you to apply for our Video Internship. Join the Co-x3 Family Foundation and play a key role in sharing our story with the world.

Research and Development Intern at Co-x3 Family Foundation

Employer: Co-x3 Family Foundation
Expires: 11/06/2024
The Co-x3 Family Foundation, our nonprofit is known for its commitment to learning, innovation, and community building, is seeking a Research Intern with a strong passion for research. This role is an integral part of our team, providing critical support to other members by conducting research in various domains and sharing knowledge of best research practices. The ideal candidate will have experience with presentation software, creating charts and graphs, and properly citing sources. This position is not only about gathering information but also about enhancing the foundation's research capabilities, contributing to our mission of disseminating knowledge and fostering an informed, engaged community.Co-x3 Family Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. This internship is unpaid and entirely remote.Responsibilities:Research Assistance: Aid team members in conducting thorough and effective research within their specific domains.Information Synthesis: Compile and analyze research findings, presenting them in an accessible and informative manner.Best Practices in Research: Share knowledge and techniques for conducting efficient and reliable research, including methodologies, tools, and resources.Presentation Creation: Utilize presentation software to create visual representations of data, such as charts and graphs, to effectively communicate research findings.Documentation: Ensure all research is well-documented and properly cited, adhering to academic and professional standards.Qualifications:Passion for Research: Demonstrated interest and skill in research across various domains.Familiarity with Research Tools: Experience with presentation software and proficiency in creating charts, graphs, and other data visualization tools.Citation Skills: Knowledge of proper citation practices to ensure research integrity.Analytical Skills: Strong ability to analyze and synthesize information from a variety of sources.Communication Skills: Excellent written and verbal communication skills.Attention to Detail: Strong attention to detail, ensuring accuracy and relevance of research data.This internship offers a unique opportunity to deepen your research skills while contributing to a variety of projects within a dynamic non-profit environment. Your work will directly impact the foundation's ability to make informed decisions, create effective strategies, and share valuable knowledge with our community.

Social Media Intern at Co-x3 Family Foundation

Employer: Co-x3 Family Foundation
Expires: 11/06/2024
Company Summary: The Co-x3 Family Foundation is a nonprofit organization with a 501(c)(3) status, dedicated to fostering positive change through community, co-creation, and collaboration. We develop and share tools and systems grounded in fundamental principles, designed for practical, actionable steps to be seamlessly integrated into everyday life. Our commitment to community success is embodied through our programs, our foundation's open-source website and active YouTube channel extend our reach and impact. To further our mission and enhance our digital presence, we are seeking a creative and motivated Social Media Intern to join our team.Co-x3 Family Foundation is a non-profit organization. This internship is unpaid and completely remote. Why We Need This Type of Intern: In an era where digital connection is key to spreading ideas and fostering community, our foundation aims to expand its reach and deepen its impact on social media channels. We recognize the power of social media in promoting wellness, mental health, self-care, productivity, personal growth, and personal development topics. A Social Media Intern with a passion for these areas, along with skills in graphic design or Canva, will help us create compelling content that resonates with our audience and furthers our mission.Responsibilities:Develop and implement social media strategies across platforms such as Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn to increase engagement and awareness.Create engaging, informative, and inspiring content on topics related to wellness, mental health, self-care, productivity, personal growth, and personal development.Utilize graphic design skills or Canva to produce visually appealing graphics and layouts that complement our content.Monitor social media trends and analytics to guide strategy adjustments and maximize impact.Collaborate with our team to align social media content with ongoing programs, events, and initiatives.Engage with our community by responding to comments and messages, fostering a positive and supportive online environment.Contribute to team meetings with creative ideas and feedback for content improvement and strategy refinement. Qualifications:Currently enrolled in or recently graduated from a program in marketing, communications, graphic design, or a related field.Demonstrated experience with social media management and content creation, including familiarity with Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn.Proficiency in graphic design, with experience in Canva or similar design software highly preferred.Strong understanding of and interest in topics related to wellness, mental health, self-care, productivity, personal growth, and personal development.Excellent communication and writing skills, with the ability to convey complex ideas in an accessible and engaging manner.Creative thinker with a keen eye for detail and a passion for community engagement.Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced, dynamic environment.Prior experience in a similar role or involvement in related projects is a plus. This role offers a unique opportunity to contribute to a meaningful cause while developing professional skills in social media management and content creation. Join us in our mission to effect positive change and empower individuals through community and collaboration.

Business Development Intern at Co-x3 Family Foundation

Employer: Co-x3 Family Foundation
Expires: 11/06/2024
About Co-x3 Family Foundation:At our nonprofit, Co-x3 Family Foundation, we're dedicated to fostering a community where innovation and collaboration meet to create solutions that improve lives. Through our initiatives like the Better Life Framework, L-CTRL, and Gamify Your Life, we aim to inspire and empower individuals to be intentional in their growth journey. We are currently seeking a proactive and driven Business Development Intern to join our team and help us expand our impact. Co-x3 Family Foundation is a 501(c)3 charitable organization. This internship is unpaid, and completely remote. Role Overview:As a Business Development Intern, you will play a crucial role in identifying new business opportunities, building and nurturing relationships, and finding leads that align with our mission. You'll work closely with our dynamic team to strategize and implement growth initiatives that enhance our foundation's reach and effectiveness. Key Responsibilities:Conduct market research to identify new business opportunities and potential partnerships.Network and build relationships with other organizations, stakeholders, and communities that share our values.Assist in developing and maintaining a robust lead generation process.Collaborate with the team to prepare proposals and presentations for new projects and partnerships.Participate in events and workshops to represent the Co-x3 Family Foundation and expand our network.Support the management team in the analysis and evaluation of business development strategies. What We’re Looking For:Currently pursuing or recently graduated with a degree in Business, Marketing, Communications, or a related field.A passion for social impact, community building, and the mission of the Co-x3 Family Foundation.Strong interpersonal and networking skills with the ability to build relationships with a diverse range of partners and stakeholders.Excellent research, analytical, and problem-solving skills.Highly motivated, with the ability to work independently and as part of a team.Effective communication and presentation skills. What We Offer:The opportunity to be part of a growing foundation that makes a real difference in people’s lives.Exposure to the workings of a nonprofit organization and hands-on experience in business development.Mentorship from experienced professionals in the field of business development and nonprofit management.A supportive and collaborative remote work environment.A chance to develop your skills in networking, partnership building, and strategic planning.

Project Management Intern at Co-x3 Family Foundation

Employer: Co-x3 Family Foundation
Expires: 11/06/2024
The Co-x3 Family Foundation is at the forefront of driving social innovation and community empowerment, seeks a Project Management Intern to join our mission of creating a sustainable impact through education, creativity, and actionable initiatives. In our nonprofit's pursuit to execute projects that inspire and transform communities, we understand the critical role of effective project management in turning visions into reality. This internship is designed for individuals passionate about organizing, planning, and overseeing projects from conception to completion. If you have a talent for breaking down tasks, tracking project statuses, and ensuring objectives are met on time and within budget, we offer you a platform to hone your skills and make a significant contribution.The Co-x3 Family Foundation is proud to be a 501(c)3 charitable organization. This internship is unpaid and completely remote. We are open to international candidates.Responsibilities:Assist in the planning and execution of foundation projects, ensuring they align with our goals and mission.Break down projects into manageable tasks, setting timelines and milestones to ensure efficient progress and completion.Track and report on the status of projects, identifying any delays or issues and suggesting solutions to overcome obstacles.Work closely with team members across different departments to coordinate efforts and ensure clear communication throughout project lifecycles.Contribute to the continuous improvement of project management processes and tools, enhancing efficiency and effectiveness.Qualifications:Educational background or work experience in Project Management, IT, Business Administration, or a related field.A foundational understanding of project management principles, methodologies, and tools.Strong organizational skills with the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and adapt to shifting priorities.Excellent communication and collaboration abilities, with a keen attention to detail.A proactive problem-solver, capable of working independently and as part of a team in a remote environment.Aligned with the values and mission of the Co-x3 Family Foundation, with a genuine interest in contributing to social good.Embark on a rewarding journey with the Co-x3 Family Foundation as a Project Management Intern, where you'll play a pivotal role in the success of projects that have a lasting impact on communities worldwide. This internship is an excellent opportunity to apply and expand your project management skills in a real-world setting, contributing to meaningful work that aligns with your passion for making a difference. If you're ready to take on this challenge and help us achieve our ambitious goals, we look forward to receiving your application.

Marketing Intern at Co-x3 Family Foundation

Employer: Co-x3 Family Foundation
Expires: 11/06/2024
The Co-x3 Family Foundation, a non-profit organization that thrives on innovation and collaborative learning, is looking for a Marketing Intern with a focus on strategy. This role is designed for someone passionate about marketing and strategic planning. The intern will be involved in the development and implementation of marketing strategies that effectively communicate the foundation's mission and initiatives. This position offers a unique opportunity to delve into various aspects of marketing, from analysis and planning to execution, providing valuable experience in a dynamic non-profit environment.The Co-x3 Family Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. This internship is unpaid and fully remote.Responsibilities:Strategic Planning: Assist in developing and executing marketing strategies that align with the foundation's goals and objectives.Market Research: Conduct research to understand market trends, audience preferences, and the competitive landscape.Content Development: Collaborate in creating marketing content that resonates with our target audience, including digital campaigns, social media posts, and promotional materials.Analytics and Reporting: Monitor and analyze the performance of marketing campaigns and strategies, providing insights and recommendations for improvement.Collaboration: Work closely with other teams to ensure a cohesive and integrated approach to marketing efforts.Innovation: Bring fresh ideas and creative thinking to marketing initiatives, staying ahead of current trends.Qualifications:Educational Background: Currently pursuing or recently graduated in Marketing, Business Administration, Communications, or a related field.Interest in Marketing Strategy: A keen interest in marketing strategy and a desire to learn more about effective marketing techniques.Analytical Skills: Ability to analyze data and trends to inform marketing strategies.Communication Skills: Strong verbal and written communication skills.Creativity: Creative mindset with a knack for developing engaging marketing content.Team Player: Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment.This internship is an excellent opportunity for those looking to deepen their understanding of marketing strategy and gain hands-on experience in a non-profit setting. Your contributions will directly impact the foundation's ability to reach and engage with its audience, driving our mission forward.

Writing Intern at Co-x3 Family Foundation

Employer: Co-x3 Family Foundation
Expires: 11/06/2024
At the Co-x3 Family Foundation, we are on a mission to innovate and inspire, driving change through creativity, community, and compassion. As we strive to empower individuals and communities with our unique programs and initiatives, we recognize the power of storytelling and effective communication in amplifying our impact. To support our ambitious goals, our nonprofit is seeking a talented Writing Intern with a passion for content creation and a desire to make a difference. This is your opportunity to contribute to meaningful projects that foster a better, more inclusive world.The Co-x3 Family Foundation is proud to be a 501(c)3 charitable organization. This internship is unpaid and completely remote. We are open to international candidates.Responsibilities:Create engaging and informative content for our website, blog, social media platforms, and newsletters, highlighting our initiatives, success stories, and upcoming events.Collaborate with our marketing and communications team to develop content strategies that align with our foundation's goals and increase our outreach.Assist in the research and development of storytelling elements to showcase the impact of our programs, including interviews, case studies, and feature articles.Provide editorial support across various teams, ensuring consistency and quality in our foundation's voice and messaging.Participate in content brainstorming sessions and contribute innovative ideas to enhance our content marketing efforts.Qualifications:Educational background or work experience in English, Journalism, Communications, or a related field.Excellent writing, editing, and proofreading skills, with a keen eye for detail and a passion for storytelling.Familiarity with digital content creation tools and platforms (e.g., WordPress, Canva, social media platforms) is highly desirable.Strong research skills and the ability to translate complex topics into engaging, accessible content.Self-motivated, organized, and able to work independently while also being a collaborative team player.A commitment to the values and mission of the Co-x3 Family Foundation and a desire to contribute to positive social change.Join us in our journey to inspire and empower, one word at a time. If you're passionate about making a difference and have a flair for writing, we would love to hear from you.

Blog Writing Intern at Co-x3 Family Foundation

Employer: Co-x3 Family Foundation
Expires: 11/06/2024
At Co-x3 Family Foundation, we are passionate about creating content that inspires change and fosters a supportive community dedicated to personal growth and collective well-being. As we expand our outreach, we are seeking a highly motivated Blog Writing Intern to help us articulate and share our vision and initiatives through engaging and impactful articles. As a non-profit, this is an opportunity to enhance your writing portfolio while contributing to meaningful projects that can genuinely make a difference in people's lives. ​​The Co-x3 Family Foundation is proud to be a 501(c)3 charitable organization. This internship is unpaid and completely remote. We are open to international candidates.Responsibilities:Research and write high-quality blog posts on topics related to our non-profit, including personal development, productivity, and community building.Collaborate with our team to generate ideas for new content that aligns with our foundation's goals and current social trends.Assist in the content planning process and adhere to a consistent publishing schedule.Engage with our community through comments and feedback to understand their perspectives and needs, using this insight to refine future content.Optimize content for search engines and social media to increase visibility and impact.Qualifications:Educational background or work experience in English, Communications, Journalism, or a related field.Strong writing and editing skills, with the ability to produce creative, clear, and persuasive content.Experience in blogging or content creation, particularly in a digital format.Knowledgeable about SEO best practices and social media marketing.Able to work independently and collaboratively in a remote setting.Passionate about the foundation’s mission and eager to contribute to community enhancement initiatives.If you are looking to gain valuable experience and have a tangible impact through your writing, we would love to hear from you. Join us in our mission to empower and educate individuals to lead more intentional and fulfilling lives.

Human Resources Intern at Co-x3 Family Foundation

Employer: Co-x3 Family Foundation
Expires: 11/05/2024
Co-x3 Family Foundation, a dynamic and forward-thinking non-profit, invites passionate individuals to be part of our journey in cultivating a worldwide network of enthusiastic learners, innovators, and agents of change. Our core mission revolves around crafting and sharing tools and methodologies that easily integrate fundamental concepts into everyday life. We firmly believe in the power of community collaboration, where learning and growth are amplified by the support of knowledgeable and encouraging peers. In line with our expansion and enhanced impact goals, we are excited to offer an internship focused on volunteer recruitment. This critical role involves talent sourcing, onboarding, training, and contributing to the growth of our volunteer team, propelling our mission ahead.This internship can be structured for academic credit if required.This position is unpaid and fully remote, welcoming applicants from any geographical location, without the need for work authorization.Discover more about us at https://co-x3.com or find us on LinkedIn!Internship Responsibilities:Volunteer Talent Acquisition: Scout and post volunteer opportunities that resonate with our foundation's mission and ethos.Volunteer Recruitment and Evaluation: Conduct interviews to assess potential volunteers, focusing on skill compatibility and commitment to our community-oriented values.Volunteer Onboarding: Oversee the onboarding process, ensuring new volunteers are well-integrated and clear about their roles and contributions.Training Program Development: Help create training content and initiatives in line with our foundation’s objectives, aiming to boost volunteer skills and engagement.Administrative Assistance: Support various HR functions, including record management, documentation, and improving processes.Community Involvement: Engage actively in community events and projects, embracing the core principles and aspirations of our diverse group.Internship Qualifications:Educational Requirements: Pursuing or a recent graduate in Human Resources, Business Administration, Psychology, or related fields.Recruitment Experience: Prior experience in recruitment or related areas is a valuable asset.Detail-Oriented: Exceptional organizational abilities and a keen eye for detail.Communication Proficiency: Outstanding verbal and written communication skills.Flexibility: Capability to adapt in a rapidly evolving environment.Collaborative Spirit: Eagerness to collaborate within a diverse, international team.Learning Enthusiasm: A strong interest in both personal and professional growth, aligned with the Co-x3 Family Foundation's mission.This internship presents a unique opportunity to gain extensive experience in a nurturing and dynamic setting, perfect for those keen on making a tangible impact while honing their HR expertise.

Life Insurance Sales Rep Remote at Primerica

Employer: Primerica
Expires: 06/30/2024
Are you passionate about making a difference in people's lives and helping them secure their financial future? Join our team as a Life Insurance Sales Representative and embark on a rewarding career journey where you can thrive while making a positive impact.Position Overview:As a Life Insurance Sales Representative, you'll serve as a trusted advisor to individuals and families, guiding them in protecting their financial future through tailored life insurance solutions. Your primary responsibility will be to understand clients' needs, educate them on available insurance options, and assist them in selecting policies that best fit their unique circumstances.Key Responsibilities:Client Consultation: Conduct thorough consultations with clients to understand their financial goals, risk tolerance, and insurance needs. Tailor insurance solutions to meet their specific objectives and budgetary constraints. Education and Guidance: Provide comprehensive education on the importance of life insurance and the various policy options available. Help clients understand the benefits and features of different insurance products, empowering them to make informed decisions. Why Join Us:Paid Training: No prior experience? No problem! We provide comprehensive paid training to equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to excel in the role.Licensing Covered: Worried about licensing fees? Don't be! We cover your licensing expense, removing financial barriers and making it easier for you to start your career in the insurance industry.Opportunities for Growth:Ready to take your career to the next level? We offer opportunities for you to expand your expertise by becoming licensed in health, mortgage, and/or investment products. Diversify your skill set and broaden your earning potential.Qualifications:Drive and Determination: A positive attitude, self-motivation, and a strong work ethic are key attributes for success in this role.Coachable:Willingness to learn and adapt to new strategies and techniques is crucial for continuous improvement and success in the insurance industry.Join Our Team:If you're ready to embark on a fulfilling career where you can make a meaningful impact while enjoying the benefits of comprehensive training, licensing support, and opportunities for growth, we want to hear from you! Apply now to become a part of our team and start your journey towards success in the insurance industry.

Remote Independent Representative at Primerica

Employer: Primerica
Expires: 06/30/2024
Company Overview:At Primerica, we believe in the power of talent and innovation. As a leading financial services industry, we are dedicated to connecting top talent with rewarding career opportunities.We offer part-time and full-time remote positions with opportunities for professional growth and licensing in insurance, investments, and mortgage brokerage.Position Overview:We are seeking motivated individuals to join our team as Remote Recruiters. Whether you're looking for part-time or full-time opportunities, this role offers the flexibility to work remotely while making a meaningful impact on the careers of others. As a Remote Recruiter, you will leverage your skills in sourcing, screening, and placing candidates to help our clients build high-performing teams. You will also have the opportunity to pursue additional licensing in insurance, investments, and mortgage brokerage, expanding your expertise and advancing your career.Key Responsibilities:1. Source candidates through various channels, including job boards, social media, networking, and referrals.2. Screen candidates through phone interviews, virtual meetings, and assessments to assess their qualifications and fit for specific roles.3. Build and maintain relationships with candidates, providing guidance and support throughout the recruitment process.4. Collaborate with hiring managers and clients to understand their hiring needs and develop tailored recruitment strategies.5. Coordinate interviews, facilitate feedback sessions, and manage the offer and negotiation process.6. Stay informed about industry trends, market conditions, and regulatory requirements related to insurance, investments, and mortgage brokerage.7. Pursue additional licensing in insurance, investments, and mortgage brokerage to expand your expertise and service offerings.8. Maintain accurate records of candidate interactions, job postings, and recruitment activities using digital platforms and applicant tracking systems.Qualifications:- Previous experience in recruitment, talent acquisition, or human resources preferred but not required.- Strong communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to build rapport and trust with candidates and clients.- Comfortable working in a remote environment and proficient in using virtual communication tools (e.g., Zoom, Microsoft Teams).- Self-motivated with a proactive approach to problem-solving and decision-making.- Availability to work part-time or full-time hours, with flexibility to accommodate varying schedules and time zones.- Willingness to obtain licenses in insurance, investments, and mortgage brokerage to expand your skillset and career opportunities.Benefits:- Flexible work schedule with part-time and full-time options available.- Remote work environment, allowing you to work from anywhere with an internet connection.- Comprehensive training and support to help you succeed in your role.- Opportunities for professional development and advancement.- Access to industry-leading tools and resources for sourcing and placing candidates.- Supportive team environment with remote collaboration and networking opportunities.Join our team and take the next step in your recruitment career with opportunities for part-time or full-time remote positions. Make a difference in the lives of candidates and clients while enjoying the flexibility to work from anywhere and pursue additional licensing in insurance, investments, and mortgage brokerage. Apply now and become part of a dynamic team dedicated to talent and innovation.

Early Career Water Resource Engineer at RTI International

Employer: RTI International
Expires: 06/30/2024
RTI International’s Center for Water Resources (CWR) has an opening for an entry-level or early career water resources engineer or scientist to support a variety of modeling efforts, watershed-based assessments, and research. CWR’s projects involve river and reservoir operations forecasting, water supply modeling, and hydrologic risk evaluation.  As part of our team, your contributions will cover all aspects of water resources systems including collecting and analyzing hydrologic data, performing spatial analysis, and mapping of hydrometeorological data, calibrating, executing, and interpreting results from hydrologic and hydraulic models.Our team includes a wide range of backgrounds, interests, and capabilities, but a common thread is our interest to continue learning and push the boundaries of what can be done to support our field. As a non-profit research institute, RTI also offers opportunities for internally funded research and development to help bring great ideas together for on-the-ground applications to help make a difference in the world. As part of the CWR team, the successful candidate will be exposed to and will contribute to a wide variety of water resources modeling projects. Therefore, the successful candidate should be able to demonstrate and explain skills or exposures through classwork/work experience across a wide range of skills.This position will be based in RTP, North Carolina or Fort Collins, CO but telework is an option.Please apply if you have expertise related to these requirements (experience related to all is not necessary).  If you are adept at manipulating data and can demonstrate an aptitude for hydrologic modeling – inputs, model states, calibration, analysis of results – then you can be a valuable contributor to CWR’s mission of improving the human condition by protecting water resources around the world. At CWR, we pride ourselves on implementing the best and most appropriate solutions for our clients. Our staff members are well-versed in multiple models and modeling systems. The culmination of many of our projects is a water resources modeling system that our clients rely on to make informed water management decisions.CWR will provide training on the specific models and technology we use to motivated colleagues with the appropriate background, education, and aptitude.  Our team includes a wide range of backgrounds, interests, and capabilities, but a common thread is our interest to continue learning and push the boundaries of what can be done to support our field. As a non-profit research institute, RTI also offers opportunities for internally funded research and development to help bring great ideas together for on-the-ground applications to help make a difference in the world. Qualifications Educational QualificationsMaster’s degree or a bachelor’s degree and 1 year of experience in Civil Engineering, Water Resources Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science, or related field with emphasis in Water Resources Technical QualificationsThe successful candidate should be able to demonstrate experience in a variety of technical areas including:·       Hydrologic models such as HEC-HMS, SAC-SMA, or VIC·       Hydraulic models such as HEC-RAS, SWMM, or MIKE 11·       Coursework in statistics and/or environmental modeling·       Familiarity with open-source programming languages (i.e., Python, R) to perform data analysis, management, transformation, quality control, and/or statistical analyses·       GIS tools to perform basic geospatial processing, analysis, and map preparation·       Familiarity with relational databases (e.g., SQLite, SQL Server) General qualifications·       A positive and collaborative mindset while working independently on multiple projects in a team environment with diverse staff of project managers, hydrologists, engineers, scientists, economists, and IT developers·       Attention to detail as the candidate will be responsible for preparing, using, and conducting quality control on large and diverse datasets·       Excellent verbal and written technical skills·       The ability to listen and communicate well both verbally and in writing and the ability to understand and follow written guidelines, policies, and procedures as provided by project managers.·       A willingness to learn and apply new software as a project requires, including self-led tutorials and exploration.·       The ability and desire to adapt applicable methods and principles from past experiences to current RTI project needs.·       Flexibility for domestic and international travel·       Spanish language fluency is a plusDesired general experiences or exposures through completed classwork include hydrologic, hydraulic, watershed and/or water quality model set up, calibration, and assessment/interpretation; spatial, time series, and generalized data collection, organization, quality assurance, and interpretation; and project documentation and report writing. To qualify, applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States and should not require now, or in the future, sponsorship for employment visa status. 

Public Relations Intern at Co-x3 Family Foundation

Employer: Co-x3 Family Foundation
Expires: 11/03/2024
The Co-x3 Family Foundation is actively seeking a dynamic Public Relations Intern to help us amplify our voice and increase our visibility among key stakeholders and the broadercommunity. This role is vital for building and maintaining our public image and for supporting our outreach efforts. We are a non profit organization, and as part of our team, you will assist in developing and executing effective PR strategies that align with our foundation's goals andvalues. The Co-x3 Family Foundation is proud to be a 501(c)3 charitable organization. This internship is unpaid and completely remote. We are open to international candidates. Responsibilities:Assist in the development and implementation of public relations strategies to enhance visibility and media engagement. Draft press releases, newsletters, and other PR materials.Manage and update media lists and databases.Monitor, analyze, and communicate PR results on a regular basis.Engage with media, stakeholders, and the community to foster and strengthen relationships. Support the coordination of public events and press conferences.Maintain a keen understanding of industry trends affecting the foundation and makeappropriate recommendations regarding communication strategy surrounding themQualifications:Educational background or work experience in Public Relations, Communications, Journalism, or related fields.Strong writing, editing, and interpersonal communication skills. Familiarity with social media platforms and digital marketing tools. Ability to think critically and creatively in a fast-paced environment.Proactive and organized with a keen attention to detail.Previous experience in PR, media relations, or event planning is a plus.Passionate about non-profit work and committed to promoting the foundation’s missions and values.This internship is an excellent stepping stone for individuals looking to deepen their PR skills while making a meaningful impact in the non-profit sector. If you are an aspiring PR professional eager to grow and contribute to a cause, we encourage you to apply.This internship is an excellent stepping stone for individuals looking to deepen their PR skills while making a meaningful impact in the non-profit sector. If you are an aspiring PR professional eager to grow and contribute to a cause, we encourage you to apply

Grant Writing Intern at Co-x3 Family Foundation

Employer: Co-x3 Family Foundation
Expires: 11/03/2024
The Co-x3 Family Foundation is in search of an enthusiastic and skilled Grant Writing Intern to help us continue our mission of providing innovative and sustainable solutions to challenges within communities. This role is essential to our nonprofit in securing the funding necessary to advance our projects and support our community initiatives. You will play a crucial role in researching grant opportunities, writing proposals, and managing submissions. The Co-x3 Family Foundation is proud to be a 501(c)3 charitable organization. This internship is unpaid and completely remote. We are open to international candidates.Responsibilities:Research and identify grant opportunities relevant to our mission and ongoing projects.Write, edit, and submit compelling grant proposals to potential funders and foundations.Collaborate with project leaders to gather detailed information and clear objectives for grant applications.Maintain a calendar of submissions and deadlines, ensuring timely applications and follow-ups.Assist in the creation and maintenance of a database of past and prospective funding sources.Monitor and report on the status of grants, including compliance with grant conditions and reporting requirements.Qualifications:Educational background or work experience in English, Communications, Nonprofit Management, or a related field.Excellent writing, editing, and research skills.Strong organizational abilities and attention to detail.Ability to work independently and meet deadlines.Previous experience in grant writing or non-profit fundraising is a plus, but not required.Genuine interest in non-profit work and dedication to the foundation's objectives.This internship provides a remarkable opportunity to develop professional skills in grant writing and non-profit management, while contributing to meaningful change. If you are passionate about making a difference and building your expertise in grant writing, we encourage you to apply.

Sales Intern (Proposal Writing & Sales Funnels) at Co-x3 Family Foundation

Employer: Co-x3 Family Foundation
Expires: 11/03/2024
We are seeking a motivated and detail-oriented Sales Intern to join the Co-x3 Family Foundation, a dynamic team dedicated to fostering innovative solutions for community development and personal growth. In this role, you'll have the opportunity to make a real impact by crafting compelling proposals and designing effective sales funnels that support our initiatives. This position is pivotal in helping our nonprofit reach and engage more opportunities and funders who are passionate about making a difference. The Co-x3 Family Foundation is proud to be a 501(c)3 charitable organization. This internship is unpaid and completely remote. We are open to international candidates.Responsibilities:Develop and write high-quality proposals to secure funding and support for various projects.Collaborate with team members to understand project needs and objectives.Design and optimize sales funnels to enhance donor engagement and retention.Conduct market research to identify potential donors and funding opportunities.Assist with the creation of promotional materials and outreach campaigns.Monitor and analyze the performance of sales strategies and provide reports on progress and insights.Participate in team meetings and contribute to strategy discussions.Qualifications:Educational background or work experience in Marketing, Business Administration, Communications, or a related field.Strong writing and communication skills, with the ability to produce clear and persuasive content.Familiarity with sales strategies and funnel management.Proactive and independent with a keen attention to detail.Experience with CRM software and digital marketing tools is preferred.Passion for non-profit work and a commitment to the foundation’s goals.This internship offers an excellent opportunity to gain hands-on experience and make valuable contributions to a variety of projects that benefit communities globally. If you are looking to enhance your skills in a meaningful way, we encourage you to apply.

Artist Collaboration at Frog Social App

Employer: Frog Social App
Expires: 11/03/2024
Calling all art enthusiasts and creative souls! We are on the hunt for student artists who are passionate about showcasing their unique artwork to join our collaboration roster. Whether you're a painter, sculptor, photographer, or mixed media artist - we want to see what you've got! Potential collaborations can include art competitions, commissions for future campaigns, and research into future themes.  This is your chance to shine and share your creativity with the world. Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to have your work recognized and celebrated. Fr. App and The Frog Initiative host a variety of competitions throughout the academic year - get in touch to find out more on how to get involved. Current projects include a competition to have your art on billboards throughout the US! 

Video Production & Editing Intern at Co-x3 Family Foundation

Employer: Co-x3 Family Foundation
Expires: 10/30/2024
At the Co-x3 Family Foundation, we are harnessing the power of storytelling to amplify our message and connect with communities worldwide. Through our initiatives like the Better Life Framework, L-CTRL, and Gamify Your Life, we aim to inspire and motivate individuals to lead more intentional and fulfilling lives. As our efforts expand, the role of engaging and creative video content has never been more pivotal. We are seeking a talented Video Intern who is passionate about making a difference and skilled in bringing stories to life through the lens of a camera. This is an exceptional opportunity to contribute to meaningful projects while honing your craft in video production.The Co-x3 Family Foundation is proud to be a 501(c)3 charitable organization. This internship is unpaid and completely remote. We are open to international candidates.Responsibilities:Assist in the end-to-end production of video projects, from conceptualization to final editing, ensuring they align with the foundation’s mission and values.Work closely with our team to develop storyboards and scripts for various video content, including promotional videos, educational materials, and event highlights.Film and edit video content using professional editing software, adding graphics, effects, and music to enhance the viewer's experience.Manage and organize video assets, ensuring all content is archived properly and accessible.Collaborate with the marketing and communications team to optimize video content for social media and other digital platforms.Research and stay updated on the latest video production techniques and trends to ensure our content remains fresh and engaging.Provide support in measuring the impact of video content through analytics and feedback, contributing to strategy adjustments as needed.Qualifications:Educational background or work experience in Film, Media Production, Communication, or a similar field.Experience in video editing and production, demonstrated through a portfolio of work.Proficient in video editing software (e.g., Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro).Creative thinker with strong storytelling skills.Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a remote setting.Strong communication skills and the ability to receive and incorporate feedback.A passion for nonprofit work and alignment with the foundation’s mission.If you have a knack for video production and are driven by the desire to create content that makes a difference, we invite you to apply for our Video Internship. Join the Co-x3 Family Foundation and play a key role in sharing our story with the world.

Retail Market Operations Trainee R387828 at Circle K Stores, Inc.

Employer: Circle K Stores, Inc.
Expires: 10/22/2024
Job DescriptionTitle: Retail Market Operations TraineeDepartment: Store OperationsReports To: Region Operations Director AboutOur mission at Circle K is to make our customers' lives a little easier every day. We are part of communities across North America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, helping us grow into one of the world’s leading convenience and fuel retail businesses. Our parent company, Alimentation Couche-Tard (“Couche-Tard”), is a leader in the Canadian convenience store industry. Together, we are brightening journeys across more than 14,200 stores in 26 countries worldwide. We’re all about Growing Together. Program OverviewCircle K’s College to Convenience Program (C2C) offers early career talent valuable work experience, mentorship from company thought leaders, and professional training across a variety of environments and business areas.As a year-long development and training program designed for recent college graduates, C2C provides you with the resources you need to ignite your full potential and launch an accelerated career path at Circle K. Success candidates will have the opportunity to take on leadership roles as a Market Manager after completing the C2C program. We provide a Total Rewards package designed to make life better – both at work and at home.Competitive PayBonus ProgramCompany CarCell Phone/PlanTuition Forgiveness/ReimbursementAccelerated career path (Market Manager in as little as nine months)Company sponsored healthcare, dental care, vision and a 401-K retirement plan Job Summary – Retail Market Operations TraineeAs a Retail Market Operations Trainee in the C2C Program you will progress through four phases. The program kicks off with a live event where you and 30 like-minded college grads from across the country will travel to Charlotte, NC to participate in a leadership experience of a lifetime.During Phase One, you will spend time getting acquainted with the support functions in your Business Unit like Marketing, HR, HSE, Fuel, Facilities, Finance and more.What’s it like to work for a $50B convenience powerhouse? Your second phase is dedicated to answering that very question. You will gain a better understanding of the people and processes you will support in your role as Market ManagerWho better to teach you the ropes than one of our high-performing Market Managers? In Phase Three, you will shadow a high-performing Market Manager but expect more responsibility as you grow your skills.Finally, it’s time for your first assignment as a certified Market Manager. Ordinarily we start you with a small territory and graduate you to a larger territory as you gain skills and confidence. Job Summary– Market ManagerMarket Managers oversee the operations of multiple stores within a region. Their primary responsibilities include recruiting and training store managers, optimizing the market’s revenue growth, setting regional goals and ensuring that the stores under their supervision adhere to company and industry regulations. Market Manager Responsibilities:Recruiting, training and disciplining store managersEnsuring operational efficiency in each storeEnsuring that marketing efforts are consistent across each storeSetting regional goals such as sales estimates and revenue projectionsEnsuring that the stores under their supervision adhere to company and industry regulationsEnsuring that all stores meet safety and cleanliness standardsManaging a regional budget and ensuring that each store operates within the budgetMonitoring each store's P&L reportsAddressing operational problems that ariseLiaising between regional branches and company headquartersEnsuring that customer service levels are consistent across storesMaking recommendations to senior managementMarket Manager Requirements:Degree in business management or related fieldQuantitative aptitude or experience managing budgetsLeadership and decision-making abilityExcellent time management and organizational skillsExceptional interpersonal skillsExcellent written and verbal communicationAnalytical mindset and problem-solving skillRetail experience is highly desirableValid driver’s license Physical Requirements:The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Physical activity inventory of the position includes:Work requires frequent sitting, standing, walking and use of keyboard/computer.Ability to be exposed to cold or warm temperature extremes performing occasional work in a walk-in cooler and/or freezer and outdoorsAbility to occasionally lift and/or carry up to 30 pounds from ground to overheadAbility to occasionally lift and/or carry up to 50 pounds from ground to waistAbility to sit and drive in a vehicle for extended periods of timeAbility to push/pull with arms up to a force of 20 poundsAble to reach overhead for objectsAbility to bend and twist at waistAbility to climb and descend a ladder Work Environment:The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Working conditions inventory of the position includes:Work may include irregular hours, weekends and holidaysExposure to occasional cold temperatures from walk-in cooler and/or freezerExposure to occasional noise Job Description Acknowledgement:This Job Description indicates the general nature and level of work to be performed in this position and it is not intended to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all the duties, responsibilities, functions and qualifications required of the position. The incumbent may be asked to perform other duties and will be evaluated, in part, on performance of the tasks listed in this job description. As with all positions, the responsibilities and duties of this position may change. The Company reserves the right to revise this Job Description at any time with or without notice. This Job Description does not constitute a contract for employment and either the incumbent or the Company may terminate employment at any time, for any reason, with or without notice.Circle K is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Company complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (the ADA) and all state and local disability laws. Applicants with disabilities may be entitled to a reasonable accommodation under the terms of the ADA and certain state or local laws as long as it does not impose an undue hardship on the Company. Please inform the Company’s Human Resources Representative if you need assistance completing any forms or to otherwise participate in the application process.     Circle K is an Equal Opportunity Employer.The Company complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (the ADA) and all state and local disability laws.  Applicants with disabilities may be entitled to a reasonable accommodation under the terms of the ADA and certain state or local laws as long as it does not impose an undue hardship on the Company. Please inform the Company’s Human Resources Representative if you need assistance completing any forms or to otherwise participate in the application process.  Click below to review information about our company's use of the federal E-Verify program to check work eligibility: In English In SpanishAPPLY NOW CRM

Research and Development Intern at Co-x3 Family Foundation

Employer: Co-x3 Family Foundation
Expires: 10/11/2024
Program Summary:The Co-x3 Family Foundation, our nonprofit is known for its commitment to learning, innovation, and community building, is seeking a Research Intern with a strong passion for research. This role is an integral part of our team, providing critical support to other members by conducting research in various domains and sharing knowledge of best research practices. The ideal candidate will have experience with presentation software, creating charts and graphs, and properly citing sources. This position is not only about gathering information but also about enhancing the foundation's research capabilities, contributing to our mission of disseminating knowledge and fostering an informed, engaged community.Co-x3 Family Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. This internship is unpaid and entirely remote.Responsibilities:Research Assistance: Aid team members in conducting thorough and effective research within their specific domains.Information Synthesis: Compile and analyze research findings, presenting them in an accessible and informative manner.Best Practices in Research: Share knowledge and techniques for conducting efficient and reliable research, including methodologies, tools, and resources.Presentation Creation: Utilize presentation software to create visual representations of data, such as charts and graphs, to effectively communicate research findings.Documentation: Ensure all research is well-documented and properly cited, adhering to academic and professional standards.Qualifications:Passion for Research: Demonstrated interest and skill in research across various domains.Familiarity with Research Tools: Experience with presentation software and proficiency in creating charts, graphs, and other data visualization tools.Citation Skills: Knowledge of proper citation practices to ensure research integrity.Analytical Skills: Strong ability to analyze and synthesize information from a variety of sources.Communication Skills: Excellent written and verbal communication skills.Attention to Detail: Strong attention to detail, ensuring accuracy and relevance of research data.This internship offers a unique opportunity to deepen your research skills while contributing to a variety of projects within a dynamic non-profit environment. Your work will directly impact the foundation's ability to make informed decisions, create effective strategies, and share valuable knowledge with our community.

Social Media Intern at Co-x3 Family Foundation

Employer: Co-x3 Family Foundation
Expires: 10/10/2024
Company Summary: The Co-x3 Family Foundation is a nonprofit organization with a 501(c)(3) status, dedicated to fostering positive change through community, co-creation, and collaboration. We develop and share tools and systems grounded in fundamental principles, designed for practical, actionable steps to be seamlessly integrated into everyday life. Our commitment to community success is embodied through our programs, our foundation's open-source website and active YouTube channel extend our reach and impact. To further our mission and enhance our digital presence, we are seeking a creative and motivated Social Media Intern to join our team.Co-x3 Family Foundation is a non-profit organization. This internship is unpaid and completely remote. Why We Need This Type of Intern: In an era where digital connection is key to spreading ideas and fostering community, our foundation aims to expand its reach and deepen its impact on social media channels. We recognize the power of social media in promoting wellness, mental health, self-care, productivity, personal growth, and personal development topics. A Social Media Intern with a passion for these areas, along with skills in graphic design or Canva, will help us create compelling content that resonates with our audience and furthers our mission.Responsibilities:Develop and implement social media strategies across platforms such as Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn to increase engagement and awareness.Create engaging, informative, and inspiring content on topics related to wellness, mental health, self-care, productivity, personal growth, and personal development.Utilize graphic design skills or Canva to produce visually appealing graphics and layouts that complement our content.Monitor social media trends and analytics to guide strategy adjustments and maximize impact.Collaborate with our team to align social media content with ongoing programs, events, and initiatives.Engage with our community by responding to comments and messages, fostering a positive and supportive online environment.Contribute to team meetings with creative ideas and feedback for content improvement and strategy refinement. Qualifications:Currently enrolled in or recently graduated from a program in marketing, communications, graphic design, or a related field.Demonstrated experience with social media management and content creation, including familiarity with Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn.Proficiency in graphic design, with experience in Canva or similar design software highly preferred.Strong understanding of and interest in topics related to wellness, mental health, self-care, productivity, personal growth, and personal development.Excellent communication and writing skills, with the ability to convey complex ideas in an accessible and engaging manner.Creative thinker with a keen eye for detail and a passion for community engagement.Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced, dynamic environment.Prior experience in a similar role or involvement in related projects is a plus. This role offers a unique opportunity to contribute to a meaningful cause while developing professional skills in social media management and content creation. Join us in our mission to effect positive change and empower individuals through community and collaboration.

Business Development Intern at Co-x3 Family Foundation

Employer: Co-x3 Family Foundation
Expires: 10/10/2024
About Co-x3 Family Foundation:At our nonprofit, Co-x3 Family Foundation, we're dedicated to fostering a community where innovation and collaboration meet to create solutions that improve lives. Through our initiatives like the Better Life Framework, L-CTRL, and Gamify Your Life, we aim to inspire and empower individuals to be intentional in their growth journey. We are currently seeking a proactive and driven Business Development Intern to join our team and help us expand our impact. Co-x3 Family Foundation is a 501(c)3 charitable organization. This internship is unpaid, and completely remote. Role Overview:As a Business Development Intern, you will play a crucial role in identifying new business opportunities, building and nurturing relationships, and finding leads that align with our mission. You'll work closely with our dynamic team to strategize and implement growth initiatives that enhance our foundation's reach and effectiveness. Key Responsibilities:Conduct market research to identify new business opportunities and potential partnerships.Network and build relationships with other organizations, stakeholders, and communities that share our values.Assist in developing and maintaining a robust lead generation process.Collaborate with the team to prepare proposals and presentations for new projects and partnerships.Participate in events and workshops to represent the Co-x3 Family Foundation and expand our network.Support the management team in the analysis and evaluation of business development strategies. What We’re Looking For:Currently pursuing or recently graduated with a degree in Business, Marketing, Communications, or a related field.A passion for social impact, community building, and the mission of the Co-x3 Family Foundation.Strong interpersonal and networking skills with the ability to build relationships with a diverse range of partners and stakeholders.Excellent research, analytical, and problem-solving skills.Highly motivated, with the ability to work independently and as part of a team.Effective communication and presentation skills. What We Offer:The opportunity to be part of a growing foundation that makes a real difference in people’s lives.Exposure to the workings of a nonprofit organization and hands-on experience in business development.Mentorship from experienced professionals in the field of business development and nonprofit management.A supportive and collaborative remote work environment.A chance to develop your skills in networking, partnership building, and strategic planning.

Project Management Intern at Co-x3 Family Foundation

Employer: Co-x3 Family Foundation
Expires: 07/31/2024
The Co-x3 Family Foundation is at the forefront of driving social innovation and community empowerment, seeks a Project Management Intern to join our mission of creating a sustainable impact through education, creativity, and actionable initiatives. In our nonprofit's pursuit to execute projects that inspire and transform communities, we understand the critical role of effective project management in turning visions into reality. This internship is designed for individuals passionate about organizing, planning, and overseeing projects from conception to completion. If you have a talent for breaking down tasks, tracking project statuses, and ensuring objectives are met on time and within budget, we offer you a platform to hone your skills and make a significant contribution.The Co-x3 Family Foundation is proud to be a 501(c)3 charitable organization. This internship is unpaid and completely remote. We are open to international candidates.Responsibilities:Assist in the planning and execution of foundation projects, ensuring they align with our goals and mission.Break down projects into manageable tasks, setting timelines and milestones to ensure efficient progress and completion.Track and report on the status of projects, identifying any delays or issues and suggesting solutions to overcome obstacles.Work closely with team members across different departments to coordinate efforts and ensure clear communication throughout project lifecycles.Contribute to the continuous improvement of project management processes and tools, enhancing efficiency and effectiveness.Qualifications:Educational background or work experience in Project Management, IT, Business Administration, or a related field.A foundational understanding of project management principles, methodologies, and tools.Strong organizational skills with the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and adapt to shifting priorities.Excellent communication and collaboration abilities, with a keen attention to detail.A proactive problem-solver, capable of working independently and as part of a team in a remote environment.Aligned with the values and mission of the Co-x3 Family Foundation, with a genuine interest in contributing to social good.Embark on a rewarding journey with the Co-x3 Family Foundation as a Project Management Intern, where you'll play a pivotal role in the success of projects that have a lasting impact on communities worldwide. This internship is an excellent opportunity to apply and expand your project management skills in a real-world setting, contributing to meaningful work that aligns with your passion for making a difference. If you're ready to take on this challenge and help us achieve our ambitious goals, we look forward to receiving your application.

Junior Project Coordinator at ARCXIS

Employer: ARCXIS
Expires: 06/30/2024
 Company Overview:ARCXIS, headquartered in Houston, Texas, stands as the leading provider of inspection, design, engineering, and quality assurance services within the U.S. residential construction sector. Comprising several renowned entities including DPIS Builder Services, Ei Companies, Post-Tension Solutions, Ensign Building Solutions Home Energy Division, and Building Energy, ARCXIS amalgamates decades of expertise and excellence into a singular brand, catering to builders across more than half of the states in the continental United States. Additionally, the ARCXIS group includes ABCO Construction Services, LLC based in Centennial, Colorado, and the structural engineering firm United Structural Consultants situated in Houston, Texas. These subsidiaries extend their services to the multi-family, multi-use, and commercial segments of the construction industry. Saw Mill Capital, LLC, based in Briarcliff Manor, New York, holds the majority ownership of ARCXIS. For further information, please visit us online at www.arcxis.com. Position Overview:We are currently in search of a collaborative and proactive individual to join our Modeling team at the Houston, TX office in the role of Project Coordinator. This position entails coordinating and facilitating energy modeling projects within the residential construction sector. Reporting to the energy modeling manager, the Project Coordinator will oversee the seamless execution of energy modeling analyses, ensuring adherence to regulatory standards and project requirements. Essential Job Duties/Responsibilities:Collaborate with project stakeholders to understand energy modeling project requirements.Coordinate the scheduling and execution of energy modeling analyses for residential structures.Liaise with architects, engineers, and other team members to gather necessary data and input for modeling purposes.Perform quality assurance checks on energy modeling outputs to ensure accuracy and compliance.Prepare comprehensive reports outlining energy analysis findings and recommendations for enhanced energy performance.Act as a point of contact for project-related inquiries and provide timely updates to stakeholders. Requirements  Years of Experience/Other Requirements:2-3 years of experience in a relevant field.Familiarity with residential construction practices and architectural plans.Prior experience with energy modeling software (e.g., REMRate, Ekotrope, EnergyPro) preferred but not required.Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:Proficient understanding of current energy codes and programs.Ability to interpret and analyze residential architectural plans.Strong attention to detail and proficiency in mathematical calculations.Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal.Advanced computer skills, particularly in Microsoft Excel, PDF programs, and Microsoft Outlook.Exceptional time management and organizational abilities.Demonstrated ability to quickly grasp new concepts and technologies.Experience with web navigation and online research preferred.Benefits:401(k) with matchingDental insuranceEmployee assistance programHealth insuranceHealth savings accountLife insurancePaid time offReferral programVision insuranceJoin our dynamic team at ARCXIS and contribute to shaping the future of energy-efficient residential construction. Apply now to become part of our innovative and forward-thinking organization.    * Compensation will be determined based on factors including but not limited to location, skills, abilities, and experience. 

Marketing Intern at Co-x3 Family Foundation

Employer: Co-x3 Family Foundation
Expires: 10/08/2024
Program Summary:The Co-x3 Family Foundation, a non-profit organization that thrives on innovation and collaborative learning, is looking for a Marketing Intern with a focus on strategy. This role is designed for someone passionate about marketing and strategic planning. The intern will be involved in the development and implementation of marketing strategies that effectively communicate the foundation's mission and initiatives. This position offers a unique opportunity to delve into various aspects of marketing, from analysis and planning to execution, providing valuable experience in a dynamic non-profit environment.The Co-x3 Family Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. This internship is unpaid and fully remote.Responsibilities:Strategic Planning: Assist in developing and executing marketing strategies that align with the foundation's goals and objectives.Market Research: Conduct research to understand market trends, audience preferences, and the competitive landscape.Content Development: Collaborate in creating marketing content that resonates with our target audience, including digital campaigns, social media posts, and promotional materials.Analytics and Reporting: Monitor and analyze the performance of marketing campaigns and strategies, providing insights and recommendations for improvement.Collaboration: Work closely with other teams to ensure a cohesive and integrated approach to marketing efforts.Innovation: Bring fresh ideas and creative thinking to marketing initiatives, staying ahead of current trends.Qualifications:Educational Background: Currently pursuing or recently graduated in Marketing, Business Administration, Communications, or a related field.Interest in Marketing Strategy: A keen interest in marketing strategy and a desire to learn more about effective marketing techniques.Analytical Skills: Ability to analyze data and trends to inform marketing strategies.Communication Skills: Strong verbal and written communication skills.Creativity: Creative mindset with a knack for developing engaging marketing content.Team Player: Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment.This internship is an excellent opportunity for those looking to deepen their understanding of marketing strategy and gain hands-on experience in a non-profit setting. Your contributions will directly impact the foundation's ability to reach and engage with its audience, driving our mission forward.

Writing Intern at Co-x3 Family Foundation

Employer: Co-x3 Family Foundation
Expires: 10/08/2024
At the Co-x3 Family Foundation, we are on a mission to innovate and inspire, driving change through creativity, community, and compassion. As we strive to empower individuals and communities with our unique programs and initiatives, we recognize the power of storytelling and effective communication in amplifying our impact. To support our ambitious goals, our nonprofit is seeking a talented Writing Intern with a passion for content creation and a desire to make a difference. This is your opportunity to contribute to meaningful projects that foster a better, more inclusive world.The Co-x3 Family Foundation is proud to be a 501(c)3 charitable organization. This internship is unpaid and completely remote. We are open to international candidates.Responsibilities:Create engaging and informative content for our website, blog, social media platforms, and newsletters, highlighting our initiatives, success stories, and upcoming events.Collaborate with our marketing and communications team to develop content strategies that align with our foundation's goals and increase our outreach.Assist in the research and development of storytelling elements to showcase the impact of our programs, including interviews, case studies, and feature articles.Provide editorial support across various teams, ensuring consistency and quality in our foundation's voice and messaging.Participate in content brainstorming sessions and contribute innovative ideas to enhance our content marketing efforts.Qualifications:Educational background or work experience in English, Journalism, Communications, or a related field.Excellent writing, editing, and proofreading skills, with a keen eye for detail and a passion for storytelling.Familiarity with digital content creation tools and platforms (e.g., WordPress, Canva, social media platforms) is highly desirable.Strong research skills and the ability to translate complex topics into engaging, accessible content.Self-motivated, organized, and able to work independently while also being a collaborative team player.A commitment to the values and mission of the Co-x3 Family Foundation and a desire to contribute to positive social change.Join us in our journey to inspire and empower, one word at a time. If you're passionate about making a difference and have a flair for writing, we would love to hear from you.

HFC Designer I— FULLY REMOTE at Energy Services and Products Corporation

Employer: Energy Services and Products Corporation
Expires: 07/08/2024
Job description – HFC Designer I - Entry LevelThe Hybrid Fiber Coax Designer generates broadband system designs in the most cost-effective manner while maintaining mandated standards and specifications. Under direct supervision/guidance, prepares and maintains detailed engineering and design drawing files and schematics using Computer Aided Design (CAD) or other spatial or GIS software platforms.Hiring for a mid-August start date.  All work and training at ESPC is fully remote using a company-provided laptop computer.  Applicants must be located in one of the following states: Florida, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, Texas, Michigan, Tennessee, Colorado, Virginia, Delaware, Washington, Arizona, and Indiana. Major Duties and Responsibilities·         Design basic HFC broadband and Fiber plant extensions utilizing various design software programs.·         Utilize various CAD/GIS-based software programs to digitize base, strand, coax, fiber designs, fiber splicing documentation and BOMs in accordance with the Charter Communications digitizing standards and specifications.·         Conduct engineering change orders to ensure that all related work is complete and accurate and all related documentation is acquired and routed properly.·         Perform quality control checks on field mapping, field notes and/or map digitizing to ensure all specifications are met. Required Qualifications Skills/Abilities and Knowledge·         Ability to read, write, speak and understand English at a very high level·         Ability to handle multiple projects at one time with accuracy·         Working knowledge of MS Office such as Excel, Word and PowerPoint·         Must have strong computer skills·         Must have good verbal and written communication skills·         Must be able to manage multiple priorities·         Basic knowledge of CAD/Spatial applications such as MicroStation or AutoCAD is preferred  Education·         High School Diploma or equivalent education and experience·         College level math (algebra, trigonometry, calculus) or demonstrated analytical ability preferred. We have robust training programs, so all interested parties are encouraged to apply. Energy Services and Products is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

HFC Designer I— FULLY REMOTE at Energy Services and Products Corporation

Employer: Energy Services and Products Corporation
Expires: 10/07/2024
Job description – HFC Designer I - Entry LevelThe Hybrid Fiber Coax Designer generates broadband system designs in the most cost-effective manner while maintaining mandated standards and specifications. Under direct supervision/guidance, prepares and maintains detailed engineering and design drawing files and schematics using Computer Aided Design (CAD) or other spatial or GIS software platforms.Hiring for a mid-November start date.  All work and training at ESPC is fully remote using a company-provided laptop computer.  Applicants must be located in one of the following states: Florida, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, Texas, Michigan, Tennessee, Colorado, Virginia, Delaware, Washington, Arizona, and Indiana. Major Duties and Responsibilities·         Design basic HFC broadband and Fiber plant extensions utilizing various design software programs.·         Utilize various CAD/GIS-based software programs to digitize base, strand, coax, fiber designs, fiber splicing documentation and BOMs in accordance with the Charter Communications digitizing standards and specifications.·         Conduct engineering change orders to ensure that all related work is complete and accurate and all related documentation is acquired and routed properly.·         Perform quality control checks on field mapping, field notes and/or map digitizing to ensure all specifications are met. Required Qualifications Skills/Abilities and Knowledge·         Ability to read, write, speak and understand English at a very high level·         Ability to handle multiple projects at one time with accuracy·         Working knowledge of MS Office such as Excel, Word and PowerPoint·         Must have strong computer skills·         Must have good verbal and written communication skills·         Must be able to manage multiple priorities·         Basic knowledge of CAD/Spatial applications such as MicroStation or AutoCAD is preferred  Education·         High School Diploma or equivalent education and experience·         College level math (algebra, trigonometry, calculus) or demonstrated analytical ability preferred. We have robust training programs, so all interested parties are encouraged to apply. Energy Services and Products is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Inside Sales Representative at Angi

Employer: Angi - Sales
Expires: 10/02/2024
Angi® is at the forefront of revolutionizing the home services industry, making it effortless for homeowners to connect with qualified service professionals for virtually any home maintenance task. Our mission is to be the ultimate home solution, supporting small businesses and simplifying the process of financing and booking services.With a 25-year history, we've built a network of over 200K service professionals and have aided 150 million homeowners. Join us in our journey to redefine home care and build your dream career with Angi.Our Inside Sales Representatives play a key role by offering our top-tier digital advertising and lead generation services to help businesses thrive. If you're passionate about sales and growth, we’re excited to welcome you to our team! -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Launching Your Sales Career at Angi:At Angi, we’re dedicated to nurturing the next generation of sales professionals. Our focus is on attracting, developing, and advancing the careers of new and recent graduates who are eager to start their journey in the dynamic field of inside sales. Here’s what we offer: Comprehensive Growth Opportunities: Engage in our structured development programs designed to fast-track your career, offering pathways to management positions within just six months.Nationwide Networking & Mentorship: Whether you’re joining us in one of our vibrant offices or connecting remotely, we offer extensive networking opportunities and mentorship, ensuring you’re supported every step of the way.Hands-On Training & Development: Dive into hands-on training sessions and participate in our talent and leadership development programs tailored to equip you with the skills needed to excel in sales and make a substantial impact at Angi.Our mission is to empower you to contribute significantly to the future of Angi, shaping the home services industry while building your dream career. Whether you’re collaborating in-office or contributing remotely, you’re an essential part of our team’s success.-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Work Location for Inside Sales Representatives at Angi: Office-Based Role: For candidates within a 30-mile radius of our offices in Denver, CO; Indianapolis, IN; New York City, NY; or Olathe, KS (Kansas City area), you'll work from the office corresponding to your location.Remote Role: This position is remote for candidates outside the 30-mile office radius, but permanently residing in selected states. Ensure you have a hardline high-speed internet connection for your workspace. Company-provided equipment, including a webcam, is required for all team communications.-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------What You’ll Be Responsible For:As an Inside Sales Representative at Angi, you are the driving force in expanding our network of service providers through dedicated outreach and relationship-building. Your key responsibilities include: High-Volume Cold Calls: Engage in up to 200 daily calls nationwide, presenting Angi’s value proposition, our diverse products, and advertising options to service providers.Negotiation and Trust Building: Overcome objections and negotiate advertising solutions, fostering trust and understanding the unique needs of each service provider.Provider Coaching: Advise service providers on how to cultivate lasting relationships with homeowners, turning service requests into lifelong consumer connections.Process Guidance: Walk service providers through the background check authorization and approval process, ensuring a smooth onboarding.Sales Targets: Meet and exceed required sales targets, taking responsibility for the number of units sold weekly (Angi Leads) and/or contract value sold biweekly (Angi Ads).-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Joining Our Team Requires: Educational and Experience Background: A Bachelor's degree or at least 2+ years of sales or customer-facing experience. A High School Diploma or GED is also required.Sales Drive: A strong motivation to surpass sales goals, with a passion for excellence and a results-driven mindset.Communication Skills: Exceptional ability to build rapport quickly, engage in active listening, and communicate confidently.Team Contribution: A commitment to improving and contributing to team success, understanding the value of feedback and continuous personal growth.Competitive Mindset: A natural inclination towards competitiveness, thriving in a fast-paced sales environment and continuously striving to be the best.Operational Skills: Proficiency in multi-tasking and working independently with keen attention to detail.Technical Requirements: Ability to use a phone headset for up to 8 hours per day and all company-provided equipment, including a webcam, for team communications.Compliance: Successful completion of a criminal background check is required. Candidates must be at least 21 years of age.Veterans are strongly encouraged to apply!-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Benefits + Compensation - What We Offer: Base Salary: $36,000 to $38,043, adjusted based on location and experience, with an uncapped commission paid biweekly.Earning Potential: Our sales representatives average $65,000-$80,000 in their first year, with top performers earning as much as $200,000+. Total compensation may vary based on factors such as cost of living and individual performance.Bonus Opportunities: Ongoing bonus opportunities and incentives - earn an additional bonus of $5k+ in your first 3 months!Career Progression: We offer a progression plan based on performance, including title promotions.Training: Comprehensive fully paid training program and the ability to apply for our management training program after 6 months of employment.Health Coverage: Employer paid medical coverage with a company contribution to an HSA fund.Additional Benefits: Dental & vision coverage, pet discount plans & retirement plan through Charles Schwab with company match (401K).Company Equity Program.Charitable Contribution Match: Company match of personal charitable contributions up to $15,000 per year.Generous PTO: Including sick, personal, vacation, volunteer time, and 9 paid holidays.Work-Life Balance: Leave your dials at the door - we aim for everyone to get their work done in a 40-hour week (Monday - Friday).Technical Equipment Provided: To support your success in the role.Office Perks: Lunch is provided in the office Monday through Friday.Pre-Tax Commuter Benefits: To ease your travel expenses.-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Why Angi?At Angi, we are all about building life-long customers & enjoying the journey. We want to build our team with employees who are bold and tell it like it is. We seek to build trust internally and with our customers by doing what's right. Our customers are at the heart of everything that we do, and we're looking for sales professionals to communicate our mission persuasively and effectively.Equal Employment OpportunityAngi Inc. provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws.This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.

Marketing Intern at Loophole Platforms

Employer: Loophole Platforms
Expires: 09/16/2024
Company DescriptionLoophole Platforms is a social media company located in Ithaca, NY, that is transforming the reels-based creator space by making social media a multiplayer experience. We're a small team of coders and developers and have finished developing our beta version with goals of pushing a first version release in mid 2024.Visit our website at https://loophole.lolCheck out our socials at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/loophole-platformsRole DescriptionThis is a remote internship role for a Marketing Intern. Marketing Interns will be helping with our company's marketing efforts to deliver digital and physical advertising campaigns, conducting market research and analyzing data, and developing marketing strategies. The Marketing Intern will be given the opportunity to gain experience in various aspects of marketing in a fast-paced startup environment. QualificationsExcellent communication skillsAbility to develop marketing strategies and execute marketing campaignsExperience in social media managementAble to create and think independently on projectsAbility to work independently and remotelyCurrently enrolled in a Bachelor's degree program, Associate degree program, or vocational degree program.

Environmental Intern at Arizona Department of Environmental Quality

Employer: Arizona Department of Environmental Quality
Expires: 09/01/2024
DEPT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY We are looking for results-oriented, driven individuals with a thirst for problem solving.At Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) our mission is to protect and enhance public health and the environment in Arizona. Through consistent, science-based environmental regulation; and clear, equitable engagement and communication; with integrity, respect and the highest standards of effectiveness and efficiency. Because Arizonans treasure the unique environment of our state and its essential role in sustaining well-being and economic vitality, today and for future generations.We are currently looking for employees who are committed to our Agency, passionate to excel in their career and engaged in our mission. Only this caliber of employee will be successful in driving our Agency towards accomplishing our mission ENVIRONMENTAL INTERNJob Location:Address:1110 W WASHINGTON STPHOENIX, AZ 85007 AIR QUALITY DIVISIONPosting Details:Salary:  $16.50/HRGrade: 04 Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Job Summary:We are seeking a talented and engaged intern who wants to develop beyond the classroom. In this role, you will be responsible for reviewing annual air emission inventory reports submitted to the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality by industrial facilities holding air quality permits.This position is available for remote work on a full-time basis within Arizona (including virtual office arrangements).The State of Arizona strives for a work culture that affords employees flexibility, autonomy, and trust. Across our many agencies, boards, and commissions, many State employees participate in the State’s Remote Work Program and are able to work remotely in their homes, in offices, and in hoteling spaces. All work, including remote work, should be performed within Arizona unless an exception is properly authorized in advance.Job Duties:Intern Project/ Outcome Expected from the Intern:• Checking emissions calculations for accuracy• Reviewing supporting information (published emission factors or test data) to ensure correct emission factors are used• Evaluating assumptions and estimation methodology• Communicating with the inventory preparer if any additional information is needed• Assisting with air quality modeling or other air quality technical projects.Knowledge, Skills & Abilities (KSAs):You will bring the following to the internship:• Ability to research and review scientific reports and analyze data,• Math skills in statistics, algebra, and calculus,• Strong customer service and communication skills,• Educational background in environmental science or engineering,• Experience with technical writing and problem solving,• Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Excel, and• Ability to work in a team environment.You will gain the following from this internship:• Real-world problem solving,• Collaborative work in with small teams,• Introduction to air quality pollution control and regulations,• Quality assurance/quality control systems and procedures, and• Introduction to air quality modeling.Selective Preference(s):Compensation is $16.50 per hour for undergraduates and between $20-22 per hour for graduate students.It is up to the discretion of the respective school to provide academic credit.The internship will begin in Summer 2024. Hours can be adjusted to accommodate class schedules, up to 40 hours per week.• Intern candidate must be in their Junior or Senior year of a BS/BA or working towards a Masters/PhD program.• Selective preference will be given to students in atmospheric chemistry or science, chemical engineering, environmental engineering, meteorology, environmental science, mathematics, or environmental policy• Candidate must have a GPA of 3.0 or better.• Candidate must have the right to work in the U.S. without requiring sponsorship.• Candidate must be at least 18 years old. Pre-Employment Requirements:If this position requires driving or the use of a vehicle as an essential function of the job to conduct State business, then the following requirements apply: Driver’s License Requirements. All newly hired State employees are subject to and must successfully complete the Electronic Employment Eligibility Verification Program (E-Verify). Contact Us:Persons with a disability may request a reasonable accommodation such as a sign language interpreter or an alternative format by contacting [email protected] should be made as early as possible to allow time to arrange the accommodation. The State of Arizona is an Equal Opportunity/Reasonable Accommodation Employer. 

Insurtech Startup Software Integration and Workflow Optimization Intern at GreenLite Insurance Agency

Employer: GreenLite Insurance Agency
Expires: 09/21/2024
Internship Opportunity at Seguro Amigo AppPosition: Insurtech Startup InternshipLocation: RemoteAbout Seguro Amigo App:Seguro Amigo App, an innovative insurtech startup, is revolutionizing the insurance industry with cutting-edge technology and a customer-centric approach. Founded by serial entrepreneur Duncan Furrh, Seguro Amigo App is at the forefront of integrating advanced AI and CRM software solutions to redefine insurance services for undocumented Hispanic immigrants. Our team is a dynamic blend of full-stack developers, marketing experts, and industry leaders committed to excellence and innovation.Internship Overview:We are seeking an enthusiastic and ambitious intern to join our team. This position offers a unique opportunity to work directly under the mentorship of our CEO, Duncan Furrh, and alongside our talented team. Ideal for aspiring entrepreneurs, this role provides hands-on experience with state-of-the-art technologies, exposure to industry leaders, and a pathway to significant career advancement.Key Responsibilities:- Maintain rapid communication with the CEO and key team members.- Assist in identifying and improving user flow inefficiencies within our app and workflows for Customer Service Representatives (CSRs) and Agents.- Collaborate with full-stack developers, marketing executives, and other team members on various projects.- Engage in real-world application of advanced CRM software and AI technologies across multiple platforms.Opportunity for Growth:While this position does not initially focus on insurance sales, motivated individuals have the potential to transition into a lucrative role as a transportation and trucking insurance producer, subject to approval by GreenLite Insurance’s Director of Transportation.Who Should Apply:- Eager learners with a very strong interest in entrepreneurship and technology.- Candidates who excel in fast-paced environments and possess a keen attention to detail.- Individuals who view criticism as a learning opportunity and are proactive in suggesting improvements.- Applicants who demonstrate exceptional discipline, a critical trait we value over mere motivation.How to Apply:Share with us what discipline means to you. Feel free to think outside the box—this is your chance to stand out. Your interpretation does not need to be directly related to the role. We're looking for impactful insights that demonstrate how discipline shapes your approach to challenges.Why Join Us?This internship offers more than just experience; it’s a gateway to becoming a part of the next generation of industry leaders. If you’re ready to outshine your peers and embark on a journey of learning, innovation, and entrepreneurship, apply now.Application Instructions:Please submit your resume along with a brief essay explaining your understanding and personal significance of discipline. Emphasize how this trait will contribute to your success in this role and your future aspirations. Also, there is a Jumpshare link. Click or copy/paste it into your web browser. Answer all questions.

Technical Specialist, Ecosystem Services at Winrock International

Employer: Winrock International
Expires: 09/15/2024
Position Title: Technical Specialist, Ecosystem Services Unit (ECO)  Location: Remote, USADepartment: Environment and Energy Unit: Ecosystem Services  POSITION SUMMARY The Technical Specialist services as a technical officer and contributes to proposals and business development efforts across ECO team projects in the areas of GHG measurement and monitoring, climate change mitigation and adaptation, climate risk analysis, and ecosystem evaluation.   The Technical Specialist interacts with clients, conducts qualitative technical analyses, performs quantitative problem-solving, and collects and analyzes quantitative data.  Specific project activities may include:  Conducting GHG measurement and monitoring activities for companies, governments, and NGOs around the world.  Developing forest inventory design, carbon measurement, and monitoring protocols.  Building capacity building toolkits and training programs for ecosystem assessments. Creating decision-support tools for the measurement and monitoring of GHG emissions and ecosystem services in the land use and forestry sectors.  This position may be based remotely within the United States but is expected to work East Coast hours (EST).  POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES Major Responsibilities Contribute to the GHG measurement and monitoring, climate change mitigation and adaptation, and climate risk analysis projects. Perform calculations using greenhouse gas and activity data on AFOLU projects. Support critical thinking and innovative approaches, new analyses, and new analytical methods.  Manage projects, ensuring timely production of high-quality deliverables/products. Prepare technical analysis reports, presentations, and other communication materials related to carbon accounting and project risk analysis, translating technical topics into terms that are meaningful to more diverse audiences.  Maintain day-to-day client communications. Provide accurate, consistent, and coherent technical guidance and explanations to clients and donors. Provide training to counterparts/stakeholders in the use of methods and internationally accepted best practices.  Support proposal and workplan development.   POSITION QUALIFICATIONS Education: Bachelor’s degree in international development or environment-related field required. Graduate level degree in environmental science, forestry, natural resource management, ecology, geography, or a related discipline is strongly preferred. Experience: Minimum 3-4 years of relevant experience in climate change adaptation/mitigation/resilience and GHG accounting for land use required. Additional years of experience are strongly preferred.  Experience managing GHG accounting and ecosystem services projects in the agriculture and forestry fields.  Knowledge of project carbon accounting and voluntary and compliance market protocols is needed.  Knowledge of the GHG profiles and potential mitigation strategies of agricultural commodities is preferred. Familiarity and experience with REDD+ standards and Jurisdictional REDD+ is preferred. Working understanding or experience with preparing submissions or reporting against key climate corporate leadership standards (e.g., GHG Protocol, Science-Based Targets Initiative’s standards) is preferred.  Understanding of corporate supply chain management or procurement is preferred.  Overseas experience with technical and/or operational issues related to GHG accounting and land use, or related issues strongly preferred. Experience working in developing countries is preferred. Demonstrated experience managing or supporting complex projects.  Position-Specific Skills: Strong analytical capability and problem-solving abilities required.  Strong written and verbal communication skills are required, including effective public speaking and the ability to communicate complex issues both verbally and in written form.  Ability to contribute to project operations and workflow effectively, to track and meet deadlines for multiple tasks, and work effectively under pressure. Ability to foster and maintain good working relationships with clients and partners, including non-profit organizations, the private sector, foundations, and multilateral organizations. Understanding of carbon quantification methodologies (e.g., for carbon credits/offset credits), carbon credit or other sustainability product certification standards, carbon credit project development, monitoring reporting and verification of GHG emissions impact.  Demonstrated interest in contributing to technical innovation in climate change mitigation and adaptation, natural resource management, and biodiversity conservation. Proficiency in using Microsoft Office software, including Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint. Advanced proficiency in Excel is preferred. Must be authorized to work in the United States. This position has a salary range between $79,000 - $83,000 with an additional 10% 403b annual contribution and additional excellent benefits package.Winrock is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to providing equal employment opportunity for all people and value diversity and inclusiveness. Winrock recruits, employs, trains, promotes and compensates regardless of race, color, religion, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, family care status, or any other basis protected by law. At Winrock we have a clear mission: Empower the disadvantaged, increase economic opportunity and sustain natural resources through unwavering dedication to accountability, equity, innovation, integrity and transformation. Winrock knows that its success comes from the hard work and steadfast dedication of its diverse workforce. Winrock remains committed to maintaining diversity, inclusion and equity across the entire organization.  

Research Assistant at U. S. Army Corps of Engineers-Engineer Research and Development Center-Construction Engineering Research Laboratory

Employer: U. S. Army Corps of Engineers-Engineer Research and Development Center-Construction Engineering Research Laboratory
Expires: 08/19/2024
This position would support our team at the U.S. Army Construction Engineering Research Lab (CERL) in modeling and improving the reliability and performance of installation power grids. Our team is also engaging in emerging projects surrounding power grid resilience, as we are looking to answer questions around how effectively solar arrays with supporting energy storage can instantaneously respond to sudden islanding from component or substation loss. Given the transition to alternate forms of energy production, it is critical to understand whether a power grid is equipped to withstand a range of adverse conditions to maintain power service for critical operations. These include small-scale community microgrids, large-scale utilities, remote grids, emergency response power systems, and grids that include novel forms of energy production. Our project aims to thoroughly inform installation and community leaders how the incorporation of certain technologies will impact the reliability, resilience, self-sufficiency, and sustainability of their power grids.Our team is developing a mathematical model called Analysis of Microgrid Performance, Reliability, and Resilience (AMPeRRe) to forecast the outcomes of installation power grids and inform investment decisions. Objectives for its continual development include modeling the long-term performance of these power grids. This will incorporate functions that account for component degradation, changes in load patterns, and climate change. The model will account for uncertain factors by altering the algorithm to form a probabilistic simulation. It will require a sufficient platform and user interface for licensing, so background in software development is encouraged. The Research Assistant will contribute to our efforts to expand AMPeRRe’s modeling capabilities to a greater variety of power grids with different performance objectives. The Research Assistant can explore how to mathematically model the power generation of non-conventional clean energy technologies to evaluate a greater variety of power grid configurations in AMPeRRe. Non-conventional technologies include concentrated thermal solar power, thermal energy storage, vertical-axis wind turbines, and hydrogen fuel, among others. Help is needed to conduct literature reviews targeted towards the resilience of isolated grids with a high proportion of renewables and energy storage. The Research Assistant may also explore and formulate methods to evaluate the resilience of certain types of power grids to specific conditions. This work will expand the scope of our project’s impact and quantify the value of alternate energy technologies to Military Installations and remote communities. The best candidates for this position are knowledgeable in power systems, renewables, and energy storage, or otherwise are eager to learn.Applicants must be a U.S. CitizenPreferred Knowledge and Interests:Microgrid reliability and resiliencePower control systems and stabilityRenewable energyEnergy storage systemsComputational and/or mathematical modelingMachine learningSoftware and user interface developmentLiterature review

Truss Designer at US LBM Holdings, LLC

Employer: US LBM Holdings, LLC
Expires: 09/08/2024
Use computer or technical tools to prepare detailed presentation of building material requirements and or systems for assigned project or related segment.  May design and complete layouts of residential roof and floor systems for pricing and manufacturing.   Essential Job Duties: Designs residential roof and floor systems and produces layouts. Discusses changes and corrections with engineers, architects, and contractors prior to and during construction. Presents, sells and follows-up on new jobs. Prepares roof truss and truss joist floor layouts. Performs job site inspections. Produces materials list. Determines special notes to append contracts. Resolves architectural and design discrepancies. Assists in the shipping department. Complies with Company’s attendance policy by maintaining regular and predictable attendance. Performs other duties as necessary.   May Also: Read and understand blueprints and detailed technical drawings. Use computer or other technical equipment to provide a technically accurate layout (takeoff) of customer order. Adhere to local building codes and material constraints when developing material list and design layout. Produce final copies for contractor use for bathrooms, kitchens, decks, patios, and others as assigned. Assist customers as required, providing accurate, timely, and thorough customer service. Measure and scale projects on-site. Attend training as required to maintain current knowledge of drafting and relevant aspects.  Invoice project, schedule installation and delivery of products and materials.   REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:   Minimum education required— High school or GED, may require an AAS in civil, architectural or design related field, prefer Bachelor’s degree. Applicable work experience may be substituted for education requirement.  Minimum experience required—1-year drafting experience in a construction or building materials-related industry.  Special skills required—Proficient technical writing skills. Excellent salesmanship and communication skills. Proprietary software, AUTOCAD, computer literate, ability to read technical drawings.  Special knowledge required—Reading and interpreting blueprints in an architectural related industry.  Other—PC Literate with Microsoft Office products, AUTO CAD, and other design programs that facilitate learning in-house program with ease.  Physical demands include sitting for extended periods of time, standing and walking, bending or stooping, lifting up to 25 pounds frequently and up to 50 pounds occasionally. 

Fuels Engineer (HYDBRID/REMOTE) at Michael Baker International

Employer: Michael Baker International
Expires: 09/04/2024
Supports a Project Team of engineers in planning, executing, and documenting environmental engineering projects. Prepares complex engineering studies supporting environmental engineering, planning, compliance, site evaluations, and corrective actions; prepares corrective action designs and specifications.Manages multiple complex technical projects as the primary task manager.Evaluates and develops technical scopes of work and cost estimates for unique project requirements.Evaluates the applicability of state and federal environmental regulations. Prepares documents for regulatory agencies to obtain required permits.Communicates with Project Team on technical and administrative requirements. Schedules and attends internal meetings as necessary and documents key decisions and action items.Prepares for site visits by evaluating project scopes of work and coordinating site work activities with onsite personnel and vendors.Completes site visits by traveling to sites to meet with clients and initiate, oversee, document, and troubleshoot the execution of environmental compliance work.Following site visits evaluates vendor reports of site work and prepare technical reports documenting the project scopes of work.Completes project technical requirements within established budgets and schedules. Performs quality assurance activities.Completes continuing education and training to maintain professional expertise and credentials.

Social Media and Marketing Virtual Internship with Household Budgeting Software Startup at Budget Referee

Employer: Budget Referee
Expires: 09/06/2024
A Harrisonburg, VA software startup seeks a proactive writer and communicator to take responsibility for social media, publicity, marketing, and promotional endeavors at this startup. The company specializes in budgeting software for individuals, seeking to take the stress and conflict out of achieving financial well-being. The Social Media and Marketing role spans various disciplines, including content creation and video production for video-sharing platforms. Responsibilities extend to posting, commenting, and reposting on diverse social media channels. This work will be pivotal in driving user growth, enhancing brand awareness, and executing marketing initiatives that will expand the startup's reach and customer base. Familiarity with personal finances and budgets is essential, and the intern will play a crucial role in articulating the founder’s vision and the product’s virtues while effectively engaging diverse audiences. Successful applicants will be proactive in problem-solving; they will be ready and able to share ideas; and they will actively apply constructive feedback to improve their performance. This role offers an excellent opportunity for a marketing enthusiast to develop skills across multiple areas, including digital marketing, SEO, content creation, social media management, and market research. Please email the company’s founder, Mr. David Rosenberg, ([email protected]) to express interest in the position. Finalists will be invited to interview by Google Meet with Mr. Rosenberg. 

Technical Specialist, Ecosystem Services at Winrock International

Employer: Winrock International
Expires: 08/29/2024
Position Title: Technical Specialist, Ecosystem Services Unit (ECO)  Location: Remote, US  Department: Environment and Energy Unit: Ecosystem Services  POSITION SUMMARY The Technical Specialist services as a technical officer and contributes to proposals and business development efforts across ECO team projects in the areas of GHG measurement and monitoring, climate change mitigation and adaptation, climate risk analysis, and ecosystem evaluation.   The Technical Specialist interacts with clients, conducts qualitative technical analyses, performs quantitative problem-solving, and collects and analyzes quantitative data.  Specific project activities may include:  Conducting GHG measurement and monitoring activities for companies, governments, and NGOs around the world.Developing forest inventory design, carbon measurement, and monitoring protocols.Building capacity building toolkits and training programs for ecosystem assessments.Creating decision-support tools for the measurement and monitoring of GHG emissions and ecosystem services in the land use and forestry sectors.This position may be based remotely within the United States but is expected to work East Coast hours (EST).  POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES Major Responsibilities Contribute to the GHG measurement and monitoring, climate change mitigation and adaptation, and climate risk analysis projects. Perform calculations using greenhouse gas and activity data on AFOLU projects. Support critical thinking and innovative approaches, new analyses, and new analytical methods.Manage projects, ensuring timely production of high-quality deliverables/products.Prepare technical analysis reports, presentations, and other communication materials related to carbon accounting and project risk analysis, translating technical topics into terms that are meaningful to more diverse audiences.Maintain day-to-day client communications. Provide accurate, consistent, and coherent technical guidance and explanations to clients and donors.Provide training to counterparts/stakeholders in the use of methods and internationally accepted best practices.Support proposal and workplan development. POSITION QUALIFICATIONS Education: Bachelor’s degree in international development or environment-related field required. Graduate level degree in environmental science, forestry, natural resource management, ecology, geography, or a related discipline is strongly preferred. Experience: Minimum 3-4 years of relevant experience in climate change adaptation/mitigation/resilience and GHG accounting for land use required. Additional years of experience are strongly preferred.Experience managing GHG accounting and ecosystem services projects in the agriculture and forestry fields.Knowledge of project carbon accounting and voluntary and compliance market protocols is needed.Knowledge of the GHG profiles and potential mitigation strategies of agricultural commodities is preferred.Familiarity and experience with REDD+ standards and Jurisdictional REDD+ is preferred.Working understanding or experience with preparing submissions or reporting against key climate corporate leadership standards (e.g., GHG Protocol, Science-Based Targets Initiative’s standards) is preferred.Understanding of corporate supply chain management or procurement is preferred.Overseas experience with technical and/or operational issues related to GHG accounting and land use, or related issues strongly preferred. Experience working in developing countries is preferred.Demonstrated experience managing or supporting complex projects. Position-Specific Skills: Strong analytical capability and problem-solving abilities required.Strong written and verbal communication skills are required, including effective public speaking and the ability to communicate complex issues both verbally and in written form.Ability to contribute to project operations and workflow effectively, to track and meet deadlines for multiple tasks, and work effectively under pressure.Ability to foster and maintain good working relationships with clients and partners, including non-profit organizations, the private sector, foundations, and multilateral organizations.Understanding of carbon quantification methodologies (e.g., for carbon credits/offset credits), carbon credit or other sustainability product certification standards, carbon credit project development, monitoring reporting and verification of GHG emissions impact.Demonstrated interest in contributing to technical innovation in climate change mitigation and adaptation, natural resource management, and biodiversity conservation.Proficiency in using Microsoft Office software, including Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint. Advanced proficiency in Excel is preferred.Must be authorized to work in the United States. This position has a salary range between $79,000 - $83,000 with an additional 10% 403b annual contribution and additional excellent benefits package.Winrock is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to providing equal employment opportunity for all people and value diversity and inclusiveness. Winrock recruits, employs, trains, promotes and compensates regardless of race, color, religion, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, family care status, or any other basis protected by law.At Winrock we have a clear mission: Empower the disadvantaged, increase economic opportunity and sustain natural resources through unwavering dedication to accountability, equity, innovation, integrity and transformation.Winrock knows that its success comes from the hard work and steadfast dedication of its diverse workforce. Winrock remains committed to maintaining diversity, inclusion and equity across the entire organization.

Geothermal Fellows Program: U.S. Department of Energy at Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education

Employer: Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education - Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy
Expires: 08/16/2024
Note that you must apply through the link in this posting for your application to be considered. Applications will not be accepted through any other platform as they must be screened for eligibility and DOE compliance.STIPEND RANGE: $68,000 - $94,000 (and up - *Stipend rates are determined by DOE officials and are based on the candidate’s academic and professional background.)BENEFITS:·       Competitive stipend·       Health insurance allowance·       Up to $5,000 relocation reimbursement·       Up to $10,000 research materials and travel allowance·       Federal holidays observed·       Hybrid and remote participation optionsApply Today! https://www.zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/DOE-EERE-STP-GTO-2023-1400Selections Start This Summer! (Applications reviewed on a rolling basis afterwards)The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy's (EERE) Science, Technology, and Policy (STP) Program serves as a next step in the educational and professional development of scientists and engineers by providing opportunities to participate in policy-related projects in Washington, D.C. Participants will become part of a group of highly-trained scientists and engineers with the education, background, and experience to be part of the workforce that supports the DOE's mission in the future. The Geothermal Technologies Office (GTO) is committed to reduce costs and risks associated with geothermal development by supporting innovative technologies that address key technical and operational challenges. The GTO portfolio includes research, development, demonstration, and deployment (RDD&D) activities spanning geothermal power, heating, and cooling technologies such as district heating and geothermal heat pumps, and thermal energy storage. There is also a key focus within GTO on integrating energy equity and environmental justice, workforce development, and diversity, equity, and inclusion priorities into individual awards and overarching initiatives.The Geothermal Technologies Office seeks talented and innovative individuals to engage in innovation and collaboration in clean energy initiatives. This Fellowship will last one year, with the opportunity to renew for additional years at the discretion of the sponsoring office. As a Geothermal Fellow, you will have the opportunity to engage with one of GTO’s Four Subprograms:Data, Modeling, and Analysis (DMA)Team:DMA takes a holistic analytical approach across the GTO’s technology portfolio with the aim of enabling further deployment of geothermal resources. The goal of the DMA subprogram is to identify and address barriers to geothermal adoption in the U.S. and validate and assess technical progress across the geothermal sector to inform the direction and prioritization of GTO RDD&D.Projects may include:Identifying strategies for overcoming the policy and regulatory barriers to deploying more geothermal power in the U.S.Research and design implementation strategies for quantifying the value of geothermal energy through engagement with stakeholders such as electric and gas utilities.Expand the depth and breadth of geothermal representation and contributions to a variety of DOE techno-economic, performance, and grid models.Hydrothermal Team:The Hydrothermal subprogram supports R&D that can lower cost and risk throughout the lifecycle of a hydrothermal project to bring more hydrothermal power online, from exploration and resource confirmation, to drilling and field development, to reservoir management over multi-decadal timescales. The subprogram also supports R&D for extracting critical materials or other strategic minerals from geothermal brines to maximize the ancillary benefits of geothermal resources.EGS Team:The focus of the EGS subprogram is to gain an evidence-based understanding of basic and applied science challenges surrounding long-term subsurface heat flow, permeability enhancement, and stress evolution to enable development of sustainable, human-made heat exchangers. In the long term, strengthening the body of EGS knowledge through RD&D will enable industry to develop a baseload energy resource as shown in the GeoVision report.Low Temperature Team:The Low Temperature subprogram supports R&D on the direct use of thermal resources for process and space heating applications, geothermal heat pumps, district-scale geothermal heating and cooling systems, and deep direct use geothermal resource development.Location: Washington, D.C. or Golden, CO – hybrid and remote opportunities may be available.Apply Today! https://www.zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/DOE-EERE-STP-GTO-2023-1400Requirements:You must be a U.S. Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident and be pursuing, or have completed requirements for, a Master's or Doctoral Degree.An ideal applicant will have superior academic performance and publication record, strong analytical, research and communication (oral and written) skills and demonstrated capacity for creative thinking, a strong technical background and expertise in an energy-technology-related field, and be interested in being part of a multi-disciplinary, fast-paced environment, focused on energy technology research and development. Experience and knowledge in technology commercialization is desirable, but not required.Program Website: https://www.energy.gov/eere/education/energy-efficiency-and-renewable-energy-science-technology-and-policy-programQuestions? Email [email protected]. Please list the reference code [DOE-EERE-STP-GTO-2023-1400] for this opportunity in the subject line of your email.

Marketing Internship at SwitchPitch

Employer: SwitchPitch
Expires: 08/14/2024
SwitchPitch is changing the way big and small companies do business together. We are the LinkedIn for business development – just as on LinkedIn, where professionals post their resumes and employers hire them in the LinkedIn marketplace; on SwitchPitch, startups and other small businesses post their “profiles,” and larger enterprises who need projects done hire the startups to do those projects.Our Marketing internship's primary focus is to develop a marketing calendar - consisting of events, webinars, social posts, and content promotion. Specific responsibilities include:researching industry eventsapplying for SwitchPitch to speak at conferencesdeveloping an events calendarcreating a webinar calendar, including webinar agendablog post creation SwitchPitch is looking for a marketing, communications, or similar major for our Marketing Internship.

Inside Sales Representative at Allstate Insurance Company

Employer: Allstate Insurance Company
Expires: 11/30/2024
Unlock Your Potential: Join Allstate's Dynamic Sales TeamThe world is evolving, and so is Allstate. We are on the move, actively exploring our businesses and brands to better serve the ever-changing needs of our customers. This is an exciting moment to be a part of our team, where you'll have the chance to take risks, challenge the norm, and contribute to shaping the future for the greater good.At Allstate, we operate within an environment of excellence and uphold the highest ethical standards. Our values, including integrity, inclusive diversity, and accountability, form the foundation of our workplace. We empower every team member to lead, drive change, and give back to the communities where they work and live. Together, we work as one team, dedicated to serving our customers and communities. To better serve our communities, we are expanding our Inside Sales team and we want you to be a part of this growing team. Position: Inside Sales RepresentativeAs a full-time Inside Sales Representative, you'll have the opportunity to:Work remotely, driving sales growth through various channels such as inbound and outbound calls, live chat, and SMS.Serve as a trusted advisor, identifying customer needs, recommending solutions, and converting prospects into valued customers using a proven sales strategy.Utilize your Personal Lines or Property & Casualty Lines license as a professional trusted advisor.Requirements:Minimum of 1 year of sales, customer service with a sales focus, or related experience preferred.Open to weekend and night hours.Strong communication skills and ability to navigate multiple computer programs.High stress tolerance, critical thinking skills, and receptiveness to coaching and feedback.Active Personal Lines or Property & Casualty License in your state of residence is highly preferred. If not currently licensed, we provide support for obtaining the necessary license.Compensation & Benefits:Average Earning Potential: $57,000 - $69,280 per year.$36,400 base pay + monthly performance-based incentives, with top performers earning up to $6,600 per month, making potential earnings $110,000+.Pay differentials may apply for shifts and Spanish/English bilingual.Comprehensive benefits package from day one, including health insurance, tuition reimbursement, wellbeing programs, pension, 401(k), and more.Why Allstate?At Allstate, we are pioneers in the insurance industry, setting trends rather than following them. For over 90 years, we have stayed ahead to provide our customers with peace of mind, advocating for safety measures like seat belts and airbags. Join us, and you'll work in an innovative and stable environment backed by a longstanding brand with a reputation for transforming the insurance industry.We don't just offer a job; we provide a platform for you to learn, grow, and shape your future while making a positive impact on the lives of others. Join our team, where good work leads to a good life, protected by the Good Hands®.Note: This position is only available within the US, excluding Puerto Rico, California, New York, Alaska, or Hawaii residents. 

Electric Transmission Engineer I at Dominion Energy

Employer: Dominion Energy - Dominion Energy
Expires: 08/14/2024
Job Summary Dominion Energy Virginia’s Electric Transmission departments are seeking motivated, engaged engineers to fill several vacancies within the organization.  Electric Transmission is the organization responsible for the long-term planning, engineering, construction, and operations of the high voltage electric grid system operated from 69kV to 500kV.  The grid is accountable for transmitting electricity from state of the art solar and wind facilities, integrating those technologies into the energy portfolio, and delivering the power to our many 2.7 million customers including the world's largest cluster of internet data centers.  This is an exciting time to join our team as we are involved in industry-leading projects and initiatives such as interconnecting 5000 MW of solar generation in the next 5 years, the first utility-owned offshore wind project in United States federal waters off the Atlantic coast, virtual digital protection conversions, and the largest data center load growth in the world all as part of our plan to achieve net zero carbon emission goal by 2050.Electric Transmission is hiring, with the departments participating include, but not limited to: System Protection Engineering has primary responsibilities for the design, modeling, and development of protective relay applications for the grid and substations. If a problem occurs on a transmission line our engineers design protective elements to automatically sectionalize this line and only this line in less than 50 milli-seconds.Area Planning Engineering: Strong analytical, project management, communication and interpersonal skills with knowledge and understanding of the protection principles and practices for transmission lines, distribution feeders, and major substation equipment to run power flow studies and find solutions to reliability concerns.Strategic Studies Engineering:  Perform stability, sensitivity analysis and power flow studies to ensure reliable operation of generation plants and to evaluate future load growth, future generation retirements, and future integration of renewable energy resources.System Modeling Engineering:  Carry out data mining and data analytics on historical data to validate power system models and load forecasts and comfortable and familiar with creating, maintaining, and using databases and data in the development and maintenance of different models and data files for power flow studies.Operations Engineering: Perform the modeling of DE’s transmission system including network topology, equipment ratings and parameter impedances as well as the maintenance of various operator displays. Coordinate with, and provide technical assistance to, various engineering, operations, and field teams to fully maintain the EMS model. Support the development of tools to improve situational awareness in the operations control room.Substation and Line Engineering: Responsible for the Creation and maintenance of substation physical electrical, mechanical, and control standard drawings in Cad Drawings. Performing engineering studies in support of substation conceptual scope development, detailed design, and operations. Creation and maintenance of engineering standard drawings and design requirements for the future integration of Autodesk with Inventor 3D and AutoCAD Electrical (ACADE).   Creation of policies and practices documentation for standard drawing application, and specification of equipment and components used in substation designs.Required Knowledge, Skills, Abilities & Experience  Engineer I: 0-2+ years of engineering experience (Note: A partial year of related work experience of 6 months or greater will be considered one year towards the qualifications; A an advanced degree can count as one year experience) Required Skills:Strong time management skills with the ability to independently plan and organize work assignments.Basic understanding of AC/DC fundamentalsStrong oral and written communication skills, including technical writing.Equally effective with working independently or in a team environment.Ability to think analytically and solve complex problems.Ability to interpret codes, regulations, and practices.Preferred Skills:Exposure to ASPEN or CYME preferred.Knowledge of automation tools, databases, and software development is preferred.Programming skills for automation of system studies (e.g., Python, .NET, C#, etc.) is a plus.Experience with PSEE, PSCAD and/or RTDS modeling software is a plus.Understanding of 3 phase power systems is a strong plus.Understanding of the principles of transmission and/or distribution applications is strongly preferred.Education Requirements  Education Level: Bachelor's degree in engineering Preferred Degrees: Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Upcoming engineering graduates with a projected graduation date of no later than August 31, 2024, who also meet the engineering criteria will be considered. REQUIRED ENGINEERING CRITERIA:  For placement of a candidate in the Engineer job series, the following criteria must be met: Possess a 4-year Engineering degree from an ABET accredited Engineering program based on the year that the Engineering program was accredited by ABET, orPossess a 4-year Engineering degree from an institution outside of the U.S. which is accredited through the country's own Engineering accrediting body under the Washington Accord as a full signatory, and is a degree that was recognized by the country's accrediting body on or after the date that full signatory status was achieved, orPossess a 4-year degree in Engineering (non-ABET accredited), Physics, Chemistry, Math or Engineering Technology and a post-graduate Engineering degree from an institution where the undergraduate degree in the same Engineering discipline is ABET-accredited based on the year the Engineering program was accredited by ABET, orHolds or has previously held a valid U.S. Professional Engineer license.

Science, Technology, and Policy Fellow: DOE Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) at Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education

Employer: Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education - Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy
Expires: 07/01/2024
Note that you must apply through the link in this posting for your application to be considered. Applications will not be accepted through any other platform as they must be screened for eligibility and DOE compliance.SALARY: $58,000 - $94,000 (and up - *Stipend rates are determined by DOE officials and are based on the candidate’s academic and professional background.)BENEFITS:·       Competitive stipend·       Health insurance allowance·       Up to $5,000 relocation reimbursement·       Up to $10,000 research materials and travel allowance·       Federal holidays observed·       Hybrid and remote participation options available in some officesApply Today! https://www.zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/DOE-EERE-STP-GEN-2023-0001Selections Start This Winter! (Applications reviewed on a rolling basis afterwards)The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy's (EERE) Science, Technology, and Policy (STP) Program serves as a next step in the educational and professional development of scientists, engineers, and other professionals by providing opportunities to participate in policy-related projects in Washington, D.C. Participants will become part of a group of highly-trained scientists and engineers with the education, background, and experience to be part of the workforce that supports the DOE's mission in the future. You will acquire experience and enrichment in the following areas:Gain deep insight into the federal government's role in the creation and implementation of policies that affect energy technology development.Contribute to the implementation of energy policies by applying scientific and technical expertise to the development of solutions for problems in areas of energy efficiency and renewable energy.Continue your education and involvement in areas that support the EERE mission either in a technical or policy-related role.Introduce policy-related knowledge and interest into research facilities supporting the EERE mission.The U.S. Department of Energy EERE's Science, Technology, and Policy Program seeks talented and innovative individuals to engage in innovation and collaboration in clean energy initiatives. This Fellowship will last one year, with the opportunity to renew for additional years at the discretion of the sponsoring office.Location: Washington, D.C. or Golden, CO – hybrid and remote opportunities may be available in some sponsoring offices.Apply Today! https://www.zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/DOE-EERE-STP-GEN-2023-0001Requirements:You must be a U.S. Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident and be pursuing, or have completed requirements for, a Bachelor’s, Master's, or Doctoral Degree.An ideal applicant will have superior academic performance and publication record, strong analytical, research and communication (oral and written) skills and demonstrated capacity for creative thinking, a strong technical background and expertise in an energy-technology-related field, and be interested in being part of a multi-disciplinary, fast-paced environment, focused on energy technology research and development. Experience and knowledge in technology commercialization is desirable, but not required.  Questions? Email [email protected]. Please list the reference code [DOE-EERE-STP-GEN-2023-0001] for this opportunity in the subject line of your email. 

Game art and 3D Modeling Internship at Games for Love

Employer: Games for Love
Expires: 08/05/2024
Role: Game Art and 3D Modeler InternGames for Love is on the lookout for talented and passionate individuals in the field of Game Art and 3D Modeling to join our International Internship Program. As a Game Art and 3D Modeler intern, you will be an integral part of our collaborative team, working closely with fellow artists, designers, and developers to bring visually stunning and immersive gaming experiences to life. This program not only provides an opportunity to contribute to game development but also offers mentorship from industry professionals to enhance your skills and build a standout portfolio.Responsibilities:Collaborate with Cross-functional Teams:Work closely with programmers, designers, and artists to align on a shared artistic vision.Lead in Artistic Development:Proactively take the lead in the creation and enhancement of visual assets, including 3D models, textures, and animations.Problem Solving and Innovation:Engage in research to solve artistic challenges and contribute innovative ideas to enhance the overall game aesthetic.Create Engaging Game Assets:Develop base gameplay systems, mechanics, and design visually appealing 3D and 2D models.Polish and Refinement:Strive for excellence by adding the extra polish that elevates the visual quality of our games.Minimum Qualification:Educational Background:Pursuing or completed at least 1 year in a relevant degree related to Game Art, 3D Modeling, or a similar field.Artistic and Technical Skills:Ability to express creative ideas through rapid prototyping and a strong portfolio showcasing proficiency in 3D modeling, texturing, and animation.Experience:Familiarity with full-cycle mobile game development, preferably using Unity.Technical Proficiency:Ability to create well-structured and efficient assets using industry-standard tools and technologies.Understanding of Game Development Processes:Appreciation for milestones, schedules, deadlines, and efficient game development processes.Communication:Excellent communication skills to effectively convey artistic concepts and collaborate with team members.Join us in creating visually captivating games that leave a lasting impression! If you're ready to contribute your artistic talents and grow within the gaming industry, we'd love to hear from you. 

General Engineer at U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Volpe Center

Employer: U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Volpe Center
Expires: 08/01/2024
As a general engineer you will join a Volpe team comprised of transportation professionals and you will lead or work on various transportation-related projects. You will be given a wide range of tasks and assignments utilizing your engineering and project management skills for the development, evaluation, and operation of transportation systems. This Direct Hire Public Notice will be used to build a list/inventory of applicants that may be referred as vacancies become available.Perform duties involving basic principles of engineering and will work as a member or leader of a project team in one of Volpe’s engineering organizations. Project work varies by division, please visit the following site to learn more about our four technical areas:Air Traffic Systems and Operations - https://www.volpe.dot.gov/our-work/air-traffic-systems-and-operationsInfrastructure Systems and Technology - https://www.volpe.dot.gov/our-work/infrastructure-systems-and-technologyPolicy, Planning, and Environment - https://www.volpe.dot.gov/our-work/policy-planning-and-environmentSafety Management and Human Factors - https://www.volpe.dot.gov/our-work/safety-management-and-human-factors.Complexity of duties increases with experience and grade level.Major duties may include:Research, interpretation, design, testing, and analysis of transportation products, infrastructure, vehicles, structures, and systems.Extracting and processing data using a variety of equipment, instruments, computer software/ hardware, laboratory tests, mathematics, elementary algebra and geometry, basic statistics, and standard formulas of engineering-specific disciplines.Applying life-cycle project management skills to develop and manage the operation, scope, schedule, budget, and quality of assigned projects and deliverables.Articulating information through methods such as: fact sheets, technical reports, design documentation, discussions, meetings, and briefings or presentations to the project team as well as internal and external stakeholders including Volpe Center management, sponsor representatives, and representatives of other government agencies/industrial groups.Traveling to field sites for testing or assignments and performing other related duties, as appropriate. Areas of work may involve: connected and automated vehicle research, hardware/software/network architectures for transportation and safety systems, software development for cybersecurity/building policies, aviation or maritime systems engineering, applied mechanics, finite element analysis techniques, energy use reduction, fire safety/code compliance, occupational safety, transportation infrastructure improvements, automobile/rail crash-worthiness tests and simulation, or highway/transportation engineering (design, construction, materials, survey and mapping, and asset management).The ideal candidate for this position holds a degree in professional engineering and has a desire to manage complex transportation-related projects. Preferred engineering fields include: general, civil, mechanical, environmental, computer, software, electronics, electrical, systems, architectural, geomatics, construction/industrial, and engineering management. As a federal partner in advancing U.S. DOT initiatives, the Volpe Center draws on its multimodal, multidisciplinary expertise to support U.S. DOT’s priorities: Safety, Infrastructure, Innovation and Accountability. You must have superb analytical, communications, leadership, and problem-solving skills and be able to excel in a fast-paced environment. 

Postgraduate Research Intern (Architecture & Structural Engineering) at Papaya Development

Employer: Papaya Development
Expires: 07/31/2024
Job Description:The Postgraduate Research Internship in Architecture & Structural Engineering is a unique opportunity for advanced students to engage in meaningful research in sustainable and innovative housing solutions. This role involves collaboration with experienced professionals in a dynamic research environment.Responsibilities:Participate in research projects focusing on modular construction and sustainable design.Contribute to the development of new construction techniques and materials.Conduct fieldwork, including site visits and data collection.Prepare detailed reports and presentations on research findings.Engage in discussions and brainstorming with the research team.Qualifications:Currently enrolled in or a recent graduate of a postgraduate program in Architecture, Structural Engineering, or a related field.Strong research skills and interest in sustainable design and construction.Proficiency in relevant software and tools.Excellent analytical and communication skills.Ability to work independently and collaboratively.Benefits:Hands-on experience in a leading firm in modular construction.Opportunity to contribute to impactful housing projects.Access to a network of professionals and industry resources.Monthly stipend of $2000.To apply, please submit your resume, cover letter expressing your interest in the position, and any relevant work samples or academic projects to [email protected] 

Marketing Associate at Vidrovr

Employer: Vidrovr
Expires: 07/31/2024
Who are we?Vidrovr makes video useful. We use machine learning to turn disorganized heaps of media and tangles of live feeds into beautifully structured metadata to drive actions and business decisions for our users. We enable previously impossible applications, at previously impossible scales. We are a small team with self-sustaining - and growing - revenues. Our notable major partners include The AP, the USAF, CNBC, the German Marshall Fund, DHS, FOX sports, and more. Vidrovr fosters an open, supportive engineering culture emphasizing curiosity, self-teaching, and fearlessness. Engineering is a very small team with fewer than ten members, and there is ample opportunity to learn outside your domain of expertise. Our organization is fairly flat: you'll have direct access to company leadership, insight into strategic conversations, and avenues for direct involvement in major decisions. We are fully remote. Vidrovr does not currently maintain a physical office. About half of our team is based in New York, with other members in Knoxville, Atlanta, Boston, Seattle, and Mexico City. Being fully remote, we highly value good communication skills! Vidrovr provides unlimited PTO, and we're serious about it. We periodically require engineers to take time off if they have not recently. We value your independence: we expect quality engineering, not your soul. Who are we looking for?We’re looking for a Marketing Associate who will help us develop our presence on Linkedin and assist in outbound communications: writing blog posts, assisting with PR posting content to PRNewswire and other outlets. This is a part time role which will pay $15-20/hr for a commitment of 5-15 hrs per week.We are looking for independent learners and excited to learn about the field of AI and communicate it to the outside world.   

Hands-On Construction Sales Training & Development Program at Victaulic

Employer: Victaulic
Expires: 07/28/2024
Program Title: Victaulic Sales Professional Development ProgramProgram Description:Introduction: The Victaulic Sales Professional Development Program is designed to offer college students a unique and immersive journey into the world of construction sales. This program provides participants with invaluable experience, mentorship, and coaching to prepare them for successful careers as sales professionals for a global leader within the construction industry.Program Overview: The program offers a dynamic 10-week summer internship experience for rising seniors in college, followed by the opportunity for full-time employment upon graduation.During the initial two weeks of the internship, you will be based at Victaulic's World Headquarters in Easton, Pennsylvania. Here, you will immerse yourself in a comprehensive understanding of Victaulic’s diverse construction markets, products, solutions, and selling strategies. In this phase, you will gain hands-on experience by assembling products, while also learning about competitive methods within the industry.The subsequent eight weeks of the internship will be spent out in the field within your assigned geography. Here, you will undergo a complete immersion into the life of a Victaulic Sales Professional. Under the guidance and mentorship of a Regional Sales Manager and a top-performing sales representative, you will gain invaluable firsthand exposure to contractors, engineers, distributors, and other influential figures within the construction industry. Their journey will lead you to high-profile job sites, advanced fabrication facilities, and strategic sales calls, providing a well-rounded and transformative experience.Internship Experience: During your internship, you will have:1.      Dedicated Mentorship: You will be assigned a dedicated sales manager and a high-performing sales employee as a personal mentor and coach.2.      Hands-On Experience: You will have the opportunity to work on high-profile job sites and fabrication facilities. You will gain insights into assessing selling opportunities and engage directly with construction stakeholders, including project managers, project foremen, lead designers, engineers, distribution partners, and more.3.      Immersive Learning: This internship is designed to offer a complete immersion into the life of a Victaulic Sales Professional, allowing you to "live a summer in the life" of an industry expert.Post-Internship Employment Opportunity: Upon successful completion of your internship before graduation, you will be eligible to receive a full-time employment offer within the team and region you supported during your internship.First Year Employment Experience: Once hired as a Sales Trainee, you will embark on a tailored first-year experience. This phase of the program is focused on:1.      Knowledge Expansion: You will build upon the skills and knowledge acquired during your internship, deepening your understanding of construction sales.2.      Skill Development: You will work on enhancing key skills necessary for success in the sales and construction profession.3.      Accelerated Growth: The first-year experience is designed to prepare you for a successful and fulfilling career within Victaulic's sales team.Program Benefits:·         Comprehensive exposure to the construction industry.·         Personalized mentorship and coaching from experienced sales professionals.·         Hands-on experience on job sites and fabrication facilities.·         Networking opportunities with industry stakeholders.·         Potential for full-time employment upon graduation.·         Tailored first-year experience to build critical skills and accelerate growth.Eligibility:·         College students entering their final year.·         Construction Management, Construction Science, Construction Engineering, or equivalent majors preferred.·         Strong interest in sales and the construction industry.·         Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.·         Willingness to learn and adapt.The Victaulic Sales Professional Development Program is an unparalleled opportunity for you to gain real-world experience and mentorship within the dynamic field of construction sales. By providing a structured pathway from intern to full-time professional, this program equips you with the skills and knowledge needed to thrive in your career and make a meaningful impact in the construction industry. Join us on this exciting journey towards becoming a Victaulic Sales Professional!Victaulic is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EOE/M/F/Vets/Disabled) employer and welcomes all qualified applicants. Applicants will receive fair and impartial consideration without regard to race, gender, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic data, or other legally protected status.

News Production Internship at TYT Network

Employer: TYT Network
Expires: 07/25/2024
The Young Turks' hands-on daily news production internship program presents a unique opportunity for students to actively engage in pitching, researching, and producing stories that air live on the same day. We strongly believe that this immersive internship would be exceptionally valuable for current students and recent graduates seeking real-world news producing experience. ABOUT THE INTERNSHIPWe offer internships on two daily shows: Indisputable with Dr Rashad Richey, ranked the fastest-growing news show in America according to the Hicks Evaluation Group; and The Damage Report with John Iadarola, which won the 2022 Webby for Best Political Channel. Essential skills include: Research skills, News Acumen, Pitching Stories, Deadline Management, Writing Skills, Critical Thinking, Collaboration, Ethics. Nice-to-haves but not required: Video Editing in Adobe Premiere. Though the internship is unpaid, many of our interns end up as full time employees at the company. Currently four of our daily show producers are former interns, and many others have moved on to careers in different parts of the industry. Also, the internship is remote, but interns interact with the team throughout the day.  ABOUT TYTTYT is "America's largest online progressive news show.” The award-winning network is one of the top multi-platform online content creators, generating over 500 million views per month. The network features 5.5 hours of live news every weekday, an investigative print journalism department, and VOD-only channels amplifying dozens of the most dynamic voices in the Progressive Movement. Our list of guests includes Sens. Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Jon Ossoff, and Raphael Warnock, Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (we were her first ever primary campaign interview), Ilhan Omar, Ro Khanna, Jamie Raskin and more.  LISTING LINK: LINK 

Design Editor/Layout Editor at The Young Talons

Employer: The Young Talons
Expires: 07/25/2024
Design Editor/Layout Editor OpportunityJob DescriptionAbout the Opportunity:Are you a compassionate and creative individual passionate about making a positive impact on children's lives? Join our nonprofit dedicated to children's well-being. This role, offered as an internship, combines hands-on experience and mentorship. The internship/volunteer role will be on a trial basis for 30 noncontiguous hours over the course of 60 business banking days. We want to ensure there is mutual synergy and a cohesive working relationship with our foundation. Our priority is to ensure you receive a valuable education. You will have the opportunity to help design a publication for a nonprofit children's foundation, adding this experience to your résumé, and potentially establishing a long-term relationship with our nonprofit.Role Overview:Key Responsibilities: As a Design Editor/Layout Editor, you'll play a crucial role in maintaining the overall look and aesthetic quality of our publications within Canva. Using the Canva platform, you'll lay out pages, arrange photos, graphics, and text for visual appeal.Essential Skills:Design Editor/Layout Editor Skills:Generate story ideas and manage writing staff.Approve content, appearance, and layout of featured articles.Oversee photography, design, and artwork.Collaborate with writers and artists on features, layouts, and artwork.Ensure compliance with media law and industry regulations.Experience with Canva is essential.Magazine Editor Requirements:Strong writing, editing, and interpersonal skills.Proficiency in Content Management Systems (CMS).Attention to detail.Additional Skills and Expertise Needed:Graphic Design and Layout:Proficiency in design software (Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator).Strong understanding of typography, color theory, and visual hierarchy.Ability to create visually appealing and luxurious layouts.Content Creation and Editing:Exceptional writing and editing skills.Knowledge of high-end lifestyle topics (luxury goods, travel, fashion, real estate, etc.).Ability to curate and produce engaging, high-quality content.Familiarity with content management systems (CMS).Photography and Visual Arts:High-level photography skills or the ability to collaborate with professional photographers.Knowledge of photo editing and retouching.Branding and Marketing:Understanding of branding principles and how to maintain a consistent brand image.Ability to create marketing strategies to attract and retain an affluent readership.Experience with social media marketing and digital campaigns.Project Management:Strong organizational and project management skills to oversee the production process.Ability to manage timelines, budgets, and coordinate with various stakeholders (writers, designers, printers, advertisers).Print Production Knowledge:Understanding of the printing process, paper types, finishes, and other production details.Experience in liaising with printers and ensuring the final product meets high standards.Research and Trend Analysis:Ability to research and stay updated on trends and interests of the affluent demographic.Analytical skills to understand reader preferences and adapt content accordingly.Networking and Relationship Building:Strong networking skills to build relationships with high-end brands, advertisers, and influencers.Ability to secure exclusive interviews, features, and collaborations.Business Acumen:Understanding of the financial aspects of magazine publishing, including budgeting and revenue generation.Ability to negotiate with advertisers and sponsors.Technical Skills:Familiarity with digital publishing tools and platforms.Basic knowledge of web development and SEO for the magazine’s online presence.If you are enthusiastic about leveraging your editing skills for a cause, eager to learn, and ready to contribute your creativity to our dynamic team, apply now. This role offers a meaningful platform for growth and the chance to make a real impact on our children's nonprofit's mission.

Green Scholars - Sustainability & Environmental Curriculum Development Virtual/Remote Internship at Seaside Sustainability, Inc.

Employer: Seaside Sustainability, Inc. - Green Scholars - Sustainability & Environmental Curriculum Development
Expires: 12/23/2024
Green Scholars  The Green Scholars program is a project-based, honors-level high school curriculum that seeks to inspire high school students to create change in their communities while building a foundation of knowledge that will enable them to do so. By educating students on the basics of sustainability, giving them resources to succeed in professional settings, and helping students develop skills necessary to complete a sustainability project for their community, the Green Scholars program strives to empower students to help create a more sustainable world. The Green Scholars Development team consists of four sub-teams: environmental literacy, professional skills, project management, and program management. Interns on all subteams will work on content development along with revisions to the current curriculum. In addition, interns may work on video projects and online content design for the online version of the curriculum.Environmental Literacy: The Environmental Literacy subteam educates students on the basics of the environment and the importance of sustainability. By becoming more environmentally literate, students can choose a project in sustainability that they are most passionate about and understand how environmental issues impact their everyday lives. This team focuses on teaching students the basics of environmental science theory and applications to real-world issues.Professional Skills: The Professional Skills subteam helps educate students on the basics of how to succeed in professional settings after high school. Many students are not trained for the next steps of their careers, whether they want to apply to college, seek out an internship, or start a professional career right out of the gate, this team is here to help. The Professional Skills team seeks to bridge that knowledge gap and teach the skills needed to help students succeed, both in their work life and in their sustainability projects.Project Management: The Project Management subteam educates students on the basics of how to successfully design and implement a project in their school or community. Project development is a vital part of the Green Scholars curriculum. It allows students to explore and understand sustainability through hands-on projects. Through these projects, students will develop management and communication skills that they will use for the rest of their lives. This team ensures students will have the resources necessary to bring positive change to their communities. Currently, interns on the Project Management team also work on the Program Management team.Program Management: This subteam assists teachers in implementing the Green Scholars program and prepares them for the wide array of scenarios they may face while implementing the curriculum. As each school and student is unique, this team gives teachers resources to modify the curriculum based on the needs of their community. For example, coastal schools may wish to focus on ocean issues, while schools in more rural areas may have students wanting to explore projects in agriculture.  Currently, interns in the Program Management team also work on the Project Management team.Skills needed: Excellent research, writing, and editing skillsAbility to think critically about real-world issuesGood organization and communicationCreativity and being open to new ideasWillingness to learnTeam PlayerDesired Experience:Experience teaching in an educational environment (any age level, but middle/high school preferred)Research, whether done in school or otherwiseBackground in writingPast sustainability work, especially in a community settingVideo production skills are a plus“Sustainability, Education, Action”What is Seaside: Seaside Sustainability is a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to community engagement, public education, and environmental conservation. Seaside aims to be a leader in environmental and STEM educational programs and recognition initiatives. We help by promoting public awareness about the importance of environmental health, providing resources to develop problem-solving skills, and chances to get engaged as part of a community to take action. We organize our works and initiatives around these areas: plastic mitigation, marine citizen science, sustainability education, and solar energy in the community. Why Intern at Seaside: Seaside’s internship program is hands-down one of the best in the area! With its roots firmly seated in education and hands-on learning, there is no doubt that that is why we have more than 50 interns at any given point throughout the year. Our programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, young and old, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. An internship at Seaside allows you to explore a myriad of internship opportunities, relevant to almost any future interest. Join Seaside Sustainability for any season, or during breaks in your school schedule. We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work on a diverse and challenging array of projects and initiatives. We are accepting applications for unpaid internships, with hours available any day of the week and practically any time of day: weekdays, weekends, and evenings included. We prefer to have our local interns work in person at the office in Gloucester, and we also invite interns from all over the United States and internationally to apply. Seaside Sustainability provides interns with real and meaningful work, and internships are available in any season with flexible time schedules. Mission: Seaside Sustainability's mission is to preserve and protect the world's oceans, seas, wetlands, and estuaries by motivating citizens to evaluate the critical issues facing the water environment, educating the public on best practices for sustainability, and providing guidance for taking effective action. Among our most important areas of focus are the elimination of consumer plastics and the creation of educational programs for students of all ages. By partnering with diverse stakeholders, including educational institutions, environmental groups, and other organizations across the public and private sectors, Seaside Sustainability is committed to building an informed citizenry to address the sustainability of water-based ecosystems in communities around the world. Vision Statement: Seaside’s programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, of all ages, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. We believe that environmental challenges can be overcome by instilling ethical and social responsibility into our existence. And we address these challenges by illuminating the heavy costs of environmental degradation by providing resources to develop skills, solutions, and community involvement. What Interns Do at Seaside Sustainability: Our interns are not limited to just one role; we encourage each intern to take advantage of the opportunity to explore a variety of roles and responsibilities. Our interns are never bored as they’re always given real and meaningful work that is essential to the day-to-day operation of the company. As an intern with Seaside Sustainability, you will be asked to perform a myriad of tasks, most of which can also be found at https://www.seasidesustainability.org/intern-details.  Market Research Weekly Work: In order to fulfill our mission, we need to communicate with educators who are passionate about sustainability. To meet our weekly goals of outreach to these educators, all interns are required to spend no more than 2-hours a week collecting this critical and game changing information. When you are researching these educators, you are literally selecting the people who will be changing the lives of their students by taking part in our programs. This role is one of the most important parts of working here at Seaside. You will gain so many useful skills such as how to be a more effective researcher and how to remain organized all while playing a key role in expanding the size and scale of Seaside. As Interns join Seaside’s leadership, they take on increasing responsibilities and are not required to do weekly information collection. Course Credit: Students may receive course credit for this internship. Staff will work with the intern’s school/advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork. Requirements: Seaside Sustainability requires interns to work at least 15 hours per week.   President’s Volunteer Service Award: Seaside Sustainability is now certified to give out the “President’s Volunteer Service Award” to eligible interns. This award was created to, “recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.” This is a great achievement to put on your resume! What are the requirements for this award?Must be a citizen of the United States or a lawful permanent residentAll hours must be completed within a 12-month period to be counted towards the final totalAll hours must be tracked in Seaside’s weekly shift report to be countedDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement: Seaside recognizes that environmental issues are human issues, and therefore everyone has a right to be a part of the solution. Seaside is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes all participants irrespective of their gender, race, sexuality, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, or socioeconomic status. The demographics of our internship program directly reflects the composition of our national outreach while the composition of our board more reflects the local composition of our communities. With the understanding that Environmental Issues disproportionately affect low income communities, minority communities, and communities of color, we are actively seeking to ensure that our environmental work, our projects, and programs are crafted in a way that both reflects and aids in combating the plight of minorities, of people of color, of economically challenged, and other disadvantaged individuals.General Skills Needed:Passionate and dedicated to making a difference in the environmentGood virtual communication skills                       Comfortable working in teams Good time management skillsWillingness to learn and work outside of their comfort zone Basic knowledge of communication technology (G-Suite, Zoom, Email) Leadership skillsManagement RolesProject ManagersSeaside Sustainability’s rapid growth is requiring the organization to look for enthusiastic students who wish to take their passion for the environment to the next level. To promote this, Seaside will provide Project Managers with a professionally guided internship that assists with intern management strategies and supports their aspirations for career development. PMs take the lead on more than 20 Seaside projects ranging from 2-10 team members working virtually. Being a Project Manager is truly a win-win situation: the environment benefits, interns benefit, and project managers gain invaluable experience. We are actively seeking to recruit college students, graduate students, and those with leadership experience to fulfill the role of a project manager. Interns at Seaside Sustainability may be promoted to the position of a project manager by exemplifying the characteristics of a model intern. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsManagement FellowsSimilar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsIntern DirectorsSeaside Sustainability’s internship program has been growing steadily since its creation, and now has the capacity to offer another management position to exceptional interns. Similar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skills.AdvisorsSeaside Sustainability’s Community Advisory Team members work directly with our Executive Director, Eric Magers, and work alongside Board members, Intern Directors, Management Fellows, other Community Advisors and a large cadre of interns organized in teams to further advance the organization’s goals. Common Advisor duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Leading implementation of new management and organizational processes and procedures across the program. Delegating tasks to appropriate team members. Working closely with the Human Resources team to manage and oversee recruitment for future internship sessions. Collecting and analyzing feedback from interns throughout the program to gauge satisfaction and success. Skills Needed: Good communication with people of all walks of life, Leadership skills, Experience coordinating groups of people, A strong desire to facilitate a positive, hands-on internship experience.​Make Sure To Follow Seaside on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seasusinc/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seasusinc/Twitter: https://twitter.com/seasusincYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDqPZWdPIQG37aaSC7NShOgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/seaside-sustainability-inc/Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4lfTZpbv0ELrkU2po8SRfoAnd remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society www.nstem.org for another great internship opportunity!

Human Resources Virtual Remote Internship at Seaside Sustainability, Inc.

Employer: Seaside Sustainability, Inc.
Expires: 12/23/2024
Human ResourcesThe Human Resource team is responsible for the organization, performance, and the culture of our internship program. They also create strategies to recruit and retain a skilled and diverse group of interns and help current interns develop their professional skills. HR will communicate with applicants throughout the application, interview, and onboarding process. They help create an optimal work environment at Seaside by improving intern wellness and maintaining communication with current interns. Additionally, the team will be providing administrative support such as storing intern paperwork, confidential information, and connecting interns with project teams. At Seaside, the Human Resource team is split into three divisions, each led by a project manager. Preferred Qualifications for HR Interns: Interns should be comfortable with basic administrative skills (G Suite, email) and possess excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines. We are looking for individuals with strong communication and interpersonal skills. All HR Interns must also be able to work independently and in a team.Subteams:Applications and External Communications:Recruit potential interns and review applicationsConduct initial interviews with applicantsCollaborate with Management Fellows closely to fill open positions with talented candidatesHandle administrative tasks for the onboarding process  Skills Needed:Ability to objectively evaluate candidates on their skills and experienceHighly organized and process-orientedConducting interviews (not required but recommended)Internal Communications and Well-Being: Produce weekly internal newsletters for current interns using MailerliteImprove work culture and engage with current interns to enhance performanceWork with Management Fellows to conduct additional check-ins with interns and assist Fellows with some offboarding tasks for leaving internsConduct welcome orientations call with new interns and connect interns to their respective teams, personal fellows, and additional projects Skills Needed:Good problem solving and critical thinking skillsPresentation skillsEager to interact with other teams and fellows Experience with Mailerlite (not required)Diversity and Professional Development Training:Update policies and guides if necessaryDevelop a diverse, accessible, and inclusive workplaceConduct research on cultural holidays, awareness dates, and diversity in sustainabilityCollaborate with different teams to plan and host training sessions and workshops on topics relating to unconscious bias, privilege, professional development  Skills Needed:Research and presentation skillsPassion for bringing diversity to the field of sustainability Comfortable with cross-functional collaborationExperience in recruiting diverse talent Knowledge of cultural competencyHuman Resource Project ManagersEach PM leads one division within a team. They work closely with the HR fellow to assign tasks to their divisional interns in weekly meetings. Skills Needed:Have previous leadership experience and know how to lead a team (Not Required)Must be organized, reliable, and possess strong communication skillsHuman Resource FellowThe HR Fellow works closely with the intern directors and other fellows to discuss updates relating to organizational change. The fellow will then meet with the PMs to coordinate these tasks to the general interns. They will also perform the general fellow tasks.Skills Needed:Strong leadership skillsCommit longer working hours at SeasideAbility to adapt to change and delegate tasks effectivelyOpen to feedbackWhat is Seaside: Seaside Sustainability is a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to community engagement, public education, and environmental conservation. Seaside aims to be a leader in environmental and STEM educational programs and recognition initiatives. We help by promoting public awareness about the importance of environmental health, providing resources to develop problem-solving skills, and chances to get engaged as part of a community to take action. We organize our works and initiatives around these areas: plastic mitigation, marine citizen science, sustainability education, and solar energy in the community. Why Intern at Seaside: Seaside’s internship program is hands-down one of the best in the area! With its roots firmly seated in education and hands-on learning, there is no doubt that that is why we have more than 50 interns at any given point throughout the year. Our programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, young and old, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. An internship at Seaside allows you to explore a myriad of internship opportunities, relevant to almost any future interest. Join Seaside Sustainability for any season, or during breaks in your school schedule. We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work on a diverse and challenging array of projects and initiatives. We are accepting applications for unpaid internships, with hours available any day of the week and practically any time of day: weekdays, weekends, and evenings included. We prefer to have our local interns work in person at the office in Gloucester, and we also invite interns from all over the United States and internationally to apply. Seaside Sustainability provides interns with real and meaningful work, and internships are available in any season with flexible time schedules. Mission: Seaside Sustainability's mission is to preserve and protect the world's oceans, seas, wetlands, and estuaries by motivating citizens to evaluate the critical issues facing the water environment, educating the public on best practices for sustainability, and providing guidance for taking effective action. Among our most important areas of focus are the elimination of consumer plastics and the creation of educational programs for students of all ages. By partnering with diverse stakeholders, including educational institutions, environmental groups, and other organizations across the public and private sectors, Seaside Sustainability is committed to building an informed citizenry to address the sustainability of water-based ecosystems in communities around the world. Vision Statement: Seaside’s programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, of all ages, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. We believe that environmental challenges can be overcome by instilling ethical and social responsibility into our existence. And we address these challenges by illuminating the heavy costs of environmental degradation by providing resources to develop skills, solutions, and community involvement. What Interns Do at Seaside Sustainability: Our interns are not limited to just one role; we encourage each intern to take advantage of the opportunity to explore a variety of roles and responsibilities. Our interns are never bored as they’re always given real and meaningful work that is essential to the day-to-day operation of the company. As an intern with Seaside Sustainability, you will be asked to perform a myriad of tasks, most of which can also be found at https://www.seasidesustainability.org/intern-details.  Market Research Weekly Work: We have been working on collecting critical contact information on schools, educators, and administrators since 2017 in preparation to re-launch and manage our Green Scholars Program across the country!! To meet our weekly goals, all Seaside Sustainability interns are required to spend no more than 2-hours a week collecting this critical information! This activity is absolutely crucial to our program's success, hence why interns dedicate part of their weekly time commitment to its completion. We have developed an entire process that our interns are trained in to make it as easy as possible for you! Interns that are in Seaside Sustainability’s management are not required to do this weekly market research. Course Credit: Students may receive course credit for this internship. Staff will work with the intern’s school/advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork. Requirements: Seaside Sustainability requires interns to work at least 15 hours per week.   And remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society for another great internship opportunity!President’s Volunteer Service Award: Seaside Sustainability is now certified to give out the “President’s Volunteer Service Award” to eligible interns. This award was created to, “recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.” This is a great achievement to put on your resume!  What are the requirements for this award?Must be a citizen of the United States or a lawful permanent residentAll hours must be completed within a 12-month period to be counted towards the final totalAll hours must be tracked in Seaside’s weekly shift report to be countedDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement: Seaside recognizes that environmental issues are human issues, and therefore everyone has a right to be a part of the solution. Seaside is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes all participants irrespective of their gender, race, sexuality, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, or socioeconomic status. The demographics of our internship program directly reflects the composition of our national outreach while the composition of our board more reflects the local composition of our communities. With the understanding that Environmental Issues disproportionately affect low income communities, minority communities, and communities of color, we are actively seeking to ensure that our environmental work, our projects, and programs are crafted in a way that both reflects and aids in combating the plight of minorities, of people of color, of economically challenged, and other disadvantaged individuals.General Skills Needed:Passionate and dedicated to making a difference in the environmentGood virtual communication skills                       Comfortable working in teams Good time management skillsWillingness to learn and work outside of their comfort zone Basic knowledge of communication technology (G-Suite, Zoom, Email) Leadership skillsManagement RolesProject ManagersSeaside Sustainability’s rapid growth is requiring the organization to look for enthusiastic students who wish to take their passion for the environment to the next level. To promote this, Seaside will provide Project Managers with a professionally guided internship that assists with intern management strategies and supports their aspirations for career development. PMs take the lead on more than 20 Seaside projects ranging from 2-10 team members working virtually. Being a Project Manager is truly a win-win situation: the environment benefits, interns benefit, and project managers gain invaluable experience. We are actively seeking to recruit college students, graduate students, and those with leadership experience to fulfill the role of a project manager. Interns at Seaside Sustainability may be promoted to the position of a project manager by exemplifying the characteristics of a model intern. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsManagement FellowsSimilar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success.Intern DirectorsSeaside Sustainability’s internship program has been growing steadily since its creation, and now has the capacity to offer another management position to exceptional interns. Similar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success.And remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society for another great internship opportunity!

Business and Partnership Development Team Virtual/Remote Internship at Seaside Sustainability, Inc.

Employer: Seaside Sustainability, Inc. - Business and Partnership Development Team
Expires: 12/23/2024
Business OperationsOverview:The Business Operations Department aids in the development of products and services that Seaside provides and facilitates partnership development. We are constantly working to develop programs and steward partnerships with external stakeholders to serve our communities effectively. The team also collects and organizes information on all things Seaside and does so by liaising with internal stakeholders. The department aids in maintaining data and relations for corporate and foundation donors and partners while working to pursue new opportunities in those areas. SubteamsGreen Scholars as a BusinessThe Green Scholars as a Business team is working closely with the Green Scholars Department to launch Seaside’s Green Scholar curriculum program. This team is responsible for the business side of the program launch including crowdfunding, stakeholder engagement/management, financials, website design, and overall program management. They work closely with other departments and individuals involved in the Green Scholars program. Business OperationsThe Business Operations team is responsible for all aspects of business here at Seaside. They work closely with other departments to support projects and programs throughout the organization. This team also manages any business operation tasks for Seaside as a whole. Business Operations holds responsibility for all of the Events & Partnerships projects Seaside is involved in. Market Research The Market Research team manages the Market Research program at Seaside Sustainability. The program is designed to grow our network of Green Scholars and Sustainability Consulting in schools across the nation. Interns at Seaside work collectively to compile a database of educators who focus on bettering the environment. To ensure we stay updated, all interns spend a minimum of 2 hours per week researching and storing this influential and game-changing information. This process is imperative to Seaside’s mission of bringing actionable change to the classroom and aiding those who take part in our program. The Market Research team monitors and manages intern research on a weekly basis to ensure all Market Research requirements are benign fulfilled. Our Responsibilities:Supporting operational management of Seaside Sustainability Coordinate revisions and updates to the Seaside Business Plan under the direction of the Executive Director and BoardCommunicate with other teams for the creation of the Seaside annual reportOrganize partner and donor data in Hubspot, create partner outreach templates, and reach out to potential external stakeholders to develop relationshipsManage relationships with current corporate donors and stakeholdersCollaborate with the Advancement team on corporate donor development through a collection of information about prospective donorsDevelop and maintain organizational partnerships for other teamsAct as advisors to new initiatives, including, for example, Green Scholars as a Business and Sustainability Consulting Coordinate cross-functional teams requiring a business focusParticipate in weekly team meetings where current projects and assignments will be discussedDesired Skills:Ability to communicate effectively with individuals at all levels of the organization both in writing and verballyAbility to help with the development of business and strategic plansBasic research skills for collecting information on prospective partners and projectsCreative business strategies and outside the box thinking Writing and copy editing for the purpose of drafting internal and external documents.Ability to work independently and as part of a teamResponsibility and commitment to the work of the teamsLeadership abilityProfessionalism Interpersonal skillsProject management Desired Experience:Experience with outreach/business communicationExperience with business/strategic planningExperience with new business ventures Experience with event planningExperience with HubSpot or another CRMExperience with web builder tools such as Wix, Squarespace, Thinkific“Sustainability, Education, Action”What is Seaside: Seaside Sustainability is a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to community engagement, public education, and environmental conservation. Seaside aims to be a leader in environmental and STEM educational programs and recognition initiatives. We help by promoting public awareness about the importance of environmental health, providing resources to develop problem-solving skills, and chances to get engaged as part of a community to take action. We organize our works and initiatives around these areas: plastic mitigation, marine citizen science, sustainability education, and solar energy in the community. Why Intern at Seaside: Seaside’s internship program is hands-down one of the best in the area! With its roots firmly seated in education and hands-on learning, there is no doubt that that is why we have more than 50 interns at any given point throughout the year. Our programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, young and old, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. An internship at Seaside allows you to explore a myriad of internship opportunities, relevant to almost any future interest. Join Seaside Sustainability for any season, or during breaks in your school schedule. We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work on a diverse and challenging array of projects and initiatives. We are accepting applications for unpaid internships, with hours available any day of the week and practically any time of day: weekdays, weekends, and evenings included. We prefer to have our local interns work in person at the office in Gloucester, and we also invite interns from all over the United States and internationally to apply. Seaside Sustainability provides interns with real and meaningful work, and internships are available in any season with flexible time schedules. Mission: Seaside Sustainability's mission is to preserve and protect the world's oceans, seas, wetlands, and estuaries by motivating citizens to evaluate the critical issues facing the water environment, educating the public on best practices for sustainability, and providing guidance for taking effective action. Among our most important areas of focus are the elimination of consumer plastics and the creation of educational programs for students of all ages. By partnering with diverse stakeholders, including educational institutions, environmental groups, and other organizations across the public and private sectors, Seaside Sustainability is committed to building an informed citizenry to address the sustainability of water-based ecosystems in communities around the world. Vision Statement: Seaside’s programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, of all ages, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. We believe that environmental challenges can be overcome by instilling ethical and social responsibility into our existence. And we address these challenges by illuminating the heavy costs of environmental degradation by providing resources to develop skills, solutions, and community involvement. What Interns Do at Seaside Sustainability: Our interns are not limited to just one role; we encourage each intern to take advantage of the opportunity to explore a variety of roles and responsibilities. Our interns are never bored as they’re always given real and meaningful work that is essential to the day-to-day operation of the company. As an intern with Seaside Sustainability, you will be asked to perform a myriad of tasks, most of which can also be found at https://www.seasidesustainability.org/intern-details.  Market Research Weekly Work: In order to fulfill our mission, we need to communicate with educators who are passionate about sustainability. To meet our weekly goals of outreach to these educators, all interns are required to spend no more than 2-hours a week collecting this critical and game changing information. When you are researching these educators, you are literally selecting the people who will be changing the lives of their students by taking part in our programs. This role is one of the most important parts of working here at Seaside. You will gain so many useful skills such as how to be a more effective researcher and how to remain organized all while playing a key role in expanding the size and scale of Seaside. As Interns join Seaside’s leadership, they take on increasing responsibilities and are not required to do weekly information collection. Course Credit: Students may receive course credit for this internship. Staff will work with the intern’s school/advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork. Requirements: Seaside Sustainability requires interns to work at least 15 hours per week.   President’s Volunteer Service Award: Seaside Sustainability is now certified to give out the “President’s Volunteer Service Award” to eligible interns. This award was created to, “recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.” This is a great achievement to put on your resume! What are the requirements for this award?Must be a citizen of the United States or a lawful permanent residentAll hours must be completed within a 12-month period to be counted towards the final totalAll hours must be tracked in Seaside’s weekly shift report to be countedDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement: Seaside recognizes that environmental issues are human issues, and therefore everyone has a right to be a part of the solution. Seaside is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes all participants irrespective of their gender, race, sexuality, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, or socioeconomic status. The demographics of our internship program directly reflects the composition of our national outreach while the composition of our board more reflects the local composition of our communities. With the understanding that Environmental Issues disproportionately affect low income communities, minority communities, and communities of color, we are actively seeking to ensure that our environmental work, our projects, and programs are crafted in a way that both reflects and aids in combating the plight of minorities, of people of color, of economically challenged, and other disadvantaged individuals.General Skills Needed:Passionate and dedicated to making a difference in the environmentGood virtual communication skills                       Comfortable working in teams Good time management skillsWillingness to learn and work outside of their comfort zone Basic knowledge of communication technology (G-Suite, Zoom, Email) Leadership skillsManagement RolesProject ManagersSeaside Sustainability’s rapid growth is requiring the organization to look for enthusiastic students who wish to take their passion for the environment to the next level. To promote this, Seaside will provide Project Managers with a professionally guided internship that assists with intern management strategies and supports their aspirations for career development. PMs take the lead on more than 20 Seaside projects ranging from 2-10 team members working virtually. Being a Project Manager is truly a win-win situation: the environment benefits, interns benefit, and project managers gain invaluable experience. We are actively seeking to recruit college students, graduate students, and those with leadership experience to fulfill the role of a project manager. Interns at Seaside Sustainability may be promoted to the position of a project manager by exemplifying the characteristics of a model intern. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsManagement FellowsSimilar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsIntern DirectorsSeaside Sustainability’s internship program has been growing steadily since its creation, and now has the capacity to offer another management position to exceptional interns. Similar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skills.AdvisorsSeaside Sustainability’s Community Advisory Team members work directly with our Executive Director, Eric Magers, and work alongside Board members, Intern Directors, Management Fellows, other Community Advisors and a large cadre of interns organized in teams to further advance the organization’s goals. Common Advisor duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Leading implementation of new management and organizational processes and procedures across the program. Delegating tasks to appropriate team members. Working closely with the Human Resources team to manage and oversee recruitment for future internship sessions. Collecting and analyzing feedback from interns throughout the program to gauge satisfaction and success. Skills Needed: Good communication with people of all walks of life, Leadership skills, Experience coordinating groups of people, A strong desire to facilitate a positive, hands-on internship experience.​Make Sure To Follow Seaside on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seasusinc/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seasusinc/Twitter: https://twitter.com/seasusincYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDqPZWdPIQG37aaSC7NShOgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/seaside-sustainability-inc/Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4lfTZpbv0ELrkU2po8SRfoAnd remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society www.nstem.org for another great internship opportunity!

Blue Technology & Ocean Cleaning Solutions Virtual/Remote Internship at Seaside Sustainability, Inc.

Employer: Seaside Sustainability, Inc. - Blue Technology & Ocean Cleaning Solutions
Expires: 12/23/2024
Blue Technology & Ocean Cleaning Solutions Virtual/Remote InternshipSeaside Sustainability is always on the search for innovative Blue Technology. We are currently communicating with an agent from Poralu Marine  - an innovative marine debris and oil waste intervention company -  for the New England and New York region. These cleaners make direct contributions to cleaning harbors, marinas, and beaches in which they are located while also educating the general public on the negative consequences of marine waste. While technological devices can help reduce the debris problem, education is the ultimate solution. Through the development of an educational curriculum and other resources, the Blue Technology team seeks to build partnerships with various organizations to utilize marine debris intervention devices as educational tools. If you aspire to see tangible evidence of your conservation efforts, this team is a great fit for you. The more widely technologies are distributed,  the greater amount of plastics and oil are removed from our waterways.  We are also able to increase our audience reach, helping more learn about the dangers of ocean pollution. –  This helps move us towards sustainability goals! Our team, formerly known as Seabins, has changed our name to Blue Technology to reflect our pivot towards a broader reach beyond a single product.  Recently, we have begun working with Poralu Marine and their line of products known as Searial Cleaners. This simply means our debris intervention products have become bigger and better! Recently, we have begun shifting our focus to local Do It Yourself Blue “Technologies” that any community, and ourselves, could make at home! With this, we aim to offer more ways to clean up rivers, streams, and marinas for a broader range of communities. Searial Cleaners include: BeBot- A remote beach sand sifter collected buried trash; InvisiBubble- A tube line on marina bottoms aimed  supply oxygen and guide floating trast; CollecThor- A large debris collector attached to marina docks; Pixie Drone- A manual and/or autonomous surface drone working to collect floating debris. Blue Tech User Relations The subteam actively contacts potential partners who would benefit from a marine debris intervention device. The focus is on building partnerships and providing new clients with tools and resources to make the most of the debris cleaners. This sub-team has also developed an educational curriculum to help guide partners through using these devices as a method for educating the public about the issue of marine debris.   Desired Skills:Great professional communication skills Comfortable building and maintaining partner relationshipsInterest in marine debris education & ocean conservationQuick to learn new programs and Detail-orientedGood research skills and critical thinkingIdeally - HubSpot or other CRM experience Grants/Sponsorships:This subteam works to secure grant funding for Blue Technology, including Poralu Searial Cleaners and other marine debris cleaners, which will help us implement a large-scale waste program in Massachusetts and surrounding states! This subteam researches qualifying grant opportunities and writes grant applications to achieve this goal. This subteam is also working on completing a business plan that focuses on reaching underserved communities and easily applying for grants in the future. Desired Skills:Great professional writing skills and techniquesAbility to conduct online research for funding opportunitiesOrganization and time management Ideally - Experience in Grant proposal writingIdeally - experience in writing, budgeting, or grants “Sustainability, Education, Action”What is Seaside: Seaside Sustainability is a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to community engagement, public education, and environmental conservation. Seaside aims to be a leader in environmental and STEM educational programs and recognition initiatives. We help by promoting public awareness about the importance of environmental health, providing resources to develop problem-solving skills, and chances to get engaged as part of a community to take action. We organize our works and initiatives around these areas: plastic mitigation, marine citizen science, sustainability education, and solar energy in the community. Why Intern at Seaside: Seaside’s internship program is hands-down one of the best in the area! With its roots firmly seated in education and hands-on learning, there is no doubt that that is why we have more than 50 interns at any given point throughout the year. Our programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, young and old, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. An internship at Seaside allows you to explore a myriad of internship opportunities, relevant to almost any future interest. Join Seaside Sustainability for any season, or during breaks in your school schedule. We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work on a diverse and challenging array of projects and initiatives. We are accepting applications for unpaid internships, with hours available any day of the week and practically any time of day: weekdays, weekends, and evenings included. We prefer to have our local interns work in person at the office in Gloucester, and we also invite interns from all over the United States and internationally to apply. Seaside Sustainability provides interns with real and meaningful work, and internships are available in any season with flexible time schedules. Mission: Seaside Sustainability's mission is to preserve and protect the world's oceans, seas, wetlands, and estuaries by motivating citizens to evaluate the critical issues facing the water environment, educating the public on best practices for sustainability, and providing guidance for taking effective action. Among our most important areas of focus are the elimination of consumer plastics and the creation of educational programs for students of all ages. By partnering with diverse stakeholders, including educational institutions, environmental groups, and other organizations across the public and private sectors, Seaside Sustainability is committed to building an informed citizenry to address the sustainability of water-based ecosystems in communities around the world. Vision Statement: Seaside’s programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, of all ages, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. We believe that environmental challenges can be overcome by instilling ethical and social responsibility into our existence. And we address these challenges by illuminating the heavy costs of environmental degradation by providing resources to develop skills, solutions, and community involvement. What Interns Do at Seaside Sustainability: Our interns are not limited to just one role; we encourage each intern to take advantage of the opportunity to explore a variety of roles and responsibilities. Our interns are never bored as they’re always given real and meaningful work that is essential to the day-to-day operation of the company. As an intern with Seaside Sustainability, you will be asked to perform a myriad of tasks, most of which can also be found at https://www.seasidesustainability.org/intern-details.  Market Research Weekly Work: In order to fulfill our mission, we need to communicate with educators who are passionate about sustainability. To meet our weekly goals of outreach to these educators, all interns are required to spend no more than 2-hours a week collecting this critical and game changing information. When you are researching these educators, you are literally selecting the people who will be changing the lives of their students by taking part in our programs. This role is one of the most important parts of working here at Seaside. You will gain so many useful skills such as how to be a more effective researcher and how to remain organized all while playing a key role in expanding the size and scale of Seaside. As Interns join Seaside’s leadership, they take on increasing responsibilities and are not required to do weekly information collection. Course Credit: Students may receive course credit for this internship. Staff will work with the intern’s school/advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork. Requirements: Seaside Sustainability requires interns to work at least 15 hours per week.   President’s Volunteer Service Award: Seaside Sustainability is now certified to give out the “President’s Volunteer Service Award” to eligible interns. This award was created to, “recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.” This is a great achievement to put on your resume! What are the requirements for this award?Must be a citizen of the United States or a lawful permanent residentAll hours must be completed within a 12-month period to be counted towards the final totalAll hours must be tracked in Seaside’s weekly shift report to be countedDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement: Seaside recognizes that environmental issues are human issues, and therefore everyone has a right to be a part of the solution. Seaside is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes all participants irrespective of their gender, race, sexuality, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, or socioeconomic status. The demographics of our internship program directly reflects the composition of our national outreach while the composition of our board more reflects the local composition of our communities. With the understanding that Environmental Issues disproportionately affect low income communities, minority communities, and communities of color, we are actively seeking to ensure that our environmental work, our projects, and programs are crafted in a way that both reflects and aids in combating the plight of minorities, of people of color, of economically challenged, and other disadvantaged individuals.General Skills Needed:Passionate and dedicated to making a difference in the environmentGood virtual communication skills                       Comfortable working in teams Good time management skillsWillingness to learn and work outside of their comfort zone Basic knowledge of communication technology (G-Suite, Zoom, Email) Leadership skillsManagement RolesProject ManagersSeaside Sustainability’s rapid growth is requiring the organization to look for enthusiastic students who wish to take their passion for the environment to the next level. To promote this, Seaside will provide Project Managers with a professionally guided internship that assists with intern management strategies and supports their aspirations for career development. PMs take the lead on more than 20 Seaside projects ranging from 2-10 team members working virtually. Being a Project Manager is truly a win-win situation: the environment benefits, interns benefit, and project managers gain invaluable experience. We are actively seeking to recruit college students, graduate students, and those with leadership experience to fulfill the role of a project manager. Interns at Seaside Sustainability may be promoted to the position of a project manager by exemplifying the characteristics of a model intern. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsManagement FellowsSimilar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsIntern DirectorsSeaside Sustainability’s internship program has been growing steadily since its creation, and now has the capacity to offer another management position to exceptional interns. Similar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skills.AdvisorsSeaside Sustainability’s Community Advisory Team members work directly with our Executive Director, Eric Magers, and work alongside Board members, Intern Directors, Management Fellows, other Community Advisors and a large cadre of interns organized in teams to further advance the organization’s goals. Common Advisor duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Leading implementation of new management and organizational processes and procedures across the program. Delegating tasks to appropriate team members. Working closely with the Human Resources team to manage and oversee recruitment for future internship sessions. Collecting and analyzing feedback from interns throughout the program to gauge satisfaction and success. Skills Needed: Good communication with people of all walks of life, Leadership skills, Experience coordinating groups of people, A strong desire to facilitate a positive, hands-on internship experience.​Make Sure To Follow Seaside on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seasusinc/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seasusinc/Twitter: https://twitter.com/seasusincYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDqPZWdPIQG37aaSC7NShOgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/seaside-sustainability-inc/Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4lfTZpbv0ELrkU2po8SRfoAnd remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society www.nstem.org for another great internship opportunity!

Legislation & Advocacy Virtual/Remote Internship at Seaside Sustainability, Inc.

Employer: Seaside Sustainability, Inc. - Legislation & Advocacy
Expires: 12/23/2024
Legislation & AdvocacyThe Legislation team at Seaside Leads environmental initiatives and advocates for environmental changes that help protect the oceans and marine life. The legislation team at Seaside is engaged with local communities in various ways to bring sustainable change through legislation. Building off our success in passing local single-use plastic bans, we have published a how-to guide for community groups to pass similar legislation in their own communities. We are advocating for a state-wide single-use plastics ban. Some of our other ongoing projects include organizing grassroots lobbying campaigns and engaging in direct lobbying for extended producer responsibility legislation in Massachusetts, collecting and recycling marine shrink wrap in the city of Gloucester, bringing marine and reef-safe sunscreen to Massachusetts beaches, and informing the public on the environmental effects of PFAS contamination in our waterways. L&A is looking forward to nationwide advocacy to support a National Bottle Bill and other environmentally impactful legislation.Zero Waste (Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR)/Circular Economy)Seaside has successfully implemented several local single-use plastic bans. This guide aims to provide a step-by-step tutorial on how to implement a successful plastic ban within communities around the United States. We recently testified at hearings for a ban on single-use plastics, a broader bottle bill, and extended producer responsibility for paper and packaging in Massachusetts.  We are working with local communities and other environmental organizations to advocate for the passage of these bills.  In addition, we are canvassing different states to provide a guide to how effective their state bottle bill is as an environmental issue. This subteam is also expanding their inquiries and projects as new topics arise.Preventable Marine Pollution TeamThe Preventable Marine Pollution subteam conducts research and relevant advocacy work pertaining to bills that will have an impact on marine environments. This subteam initially developed through collaborative partnerships with organizations combating skin cancer through the promotion of marine-safe sunscreen. Additionally, this subteam has organized and implemented projects to provide “safe sunscreen” (without those chemical compounds that can harm aquatic life) to beach goers (in a Massachusetts locale), create educational slideshows, podcasts, and relevant blog posts to provide information on the potential adverse environmental harm from non-marine-safe sunscreen. We also address topics such as product affordability, suitability, and the intersection of these inequities with marginalized identities. In addition, the Preventable Marine Pollution subteam is currently studying other contaminating sources/substances that can harm our waterways, oceans, and all of the life forms inhabiting them.Safe Sustainable Products Team (PFAS Team)The Safe Sustainable Products subteam focuses on legislation related to regulating toxic chemicals that plague our products, our bodies, and our environment. A prime example of such a chemical is PFAS, or per-and poly-fluoroalkyl substances. These “forever chemicals” are a group of chemical compounds found in many household and industrial products that have harmful effects on human health and the environment. The SSP team is investigating how federal, state, and local legislatures are handling this emerging issue.  We are collaborating with other environmental organizations to advocate for bills that would reduce the amount of PFAS in our environment and educate the public on this issue. SSP is also exploring other initiatives to take to remove these potentially toxic substances from everyday use as well.Climate Mitigation TeamThe Climate Mitigation subteam conducts research on state and federal legislation that pertains to climate mitigations. These policies include a state and federal carbon pricing, environmental justice, and sustainability. This subteam’s aim is to create a better understanding of the legislative process, advocate for efforts to limit climate change, and raise awareness of how individuals and governments can be effective actors in sustainability. This is done through contact with businesses, legislators, and other environmental groups. Skills Needed:Ability to research and understand complex policy issues which includes vetting all sides of the “position” - both for and against what we propose to advocate.Professional writing and verbal communication for outreach and education efforts.Strong interpersonal skills for relationship building and stakeholder and community engagement.Project development which includes commitment to a time and task schedule.  Ability to take the initiative on projects.Strong team player with excellent communications skills.Critical thinking. Willingness to learn.Adaptability where the “science” may be changing now.A passion for advocacy surrounding environmental issues regarding ocean conservation.“Sustainability, Education, Action”What is Seaside: Seaside Sustainability is a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to community engagement, public education, and environmental conservation. Seaside aims to be a leader in environmental and STEM educational programs and recognition initiatives. We help by promoting public awareness about the importance of environmental health, providing resources to develop problem-solving skills, and chances to get engaged as part of a community to take action. We organize our works and initiatives around these areas: plastic mitigation, marine citizen science, sustainability education, and solar energy in the community. Why Intern at Seaside: Seaside’s internship program is hands-down one of the best in the area! With its roots firmly seated in education and hands-on learning, there is no doubt that that is why we have more than 50 interns at any given point throughout the year. Our programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, young and old, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. An internship at Seaside allows you to explore a myriad of internship opportunities, relevant to almost any future interest. Join Seaside Sustainability for any season, or during breaks in your school schedule. We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work on a diverse and challenging array of projects and initiatives. We are accepting applications for unpaid internships, with hours available any day of the week and practically any time of day: weekdays, weekends, and evenings included. We prefer to have our local interns work in person at the office in Gloucester, and we also invite interns from all over the United States and internationally to apply. Seaside Sustainability provides interns with real and meaningful work, and internships are available in any season with flexible time schedules. Mission: Seaside Sustainability's mission is to preserve and protect the world's oceans, seas, wetlands, and estuaries by motivating citizens to evaluate the critical issues facing the water environment, educating the public on best practices for sustainability, and providing guidance for taking effective action. Among our most important areas of focus are the elimination of consumer plastics and the creation of educational programs for students of all ages. By partnering with diverse stakeholders, including educational institutions, environmental groups, and other organizations across the public and private sectors, Seaside Sustainability is committed to building an informed citizenry to address the sustainability of water-based ecosystems in communities around the world. Vision Statement: Seaside’s programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, of all ages, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. We believe that environmental challenges can be overcome by instilling ethical and social responsibility into our existence. And we address these challenges by illuminating the heavy costs of environmental degradation by providing resources to develop skills, solutions, and community involvement. What Interns Do at Seaside Sustainability: Our interns are not limited to just one role; we encourage each intern to take advantage of the opportunity to explore a variety of roles and responsibilities. Our interns are never bored as they’re always given real and meaningful work that is essential to the day-to-day operation of the company. As an intern with Seaside Sustainability, you will be asked to perform a myriad of tasks, most of which can also be found at https://www.seasidesustainability.org/intern-details.  Market Research Weekly Work: In order to fulfill our mission, we need to communicate with educators who are passionate about sustainability. To meet our weekly goals of outreach to these educators, all interns are required to spend no more than 2-hours a week collecting this critical and game changing information. When you are researching these educators, you are literally selecting the people who will be changing the lives of their students by taking part in our programs. This role is one of the most important parts of working here at Seaside. You will gain so many useful skills such as how to be a more effective researcher and how to remain organized all while playing a key role in expanding the size and scale of Seaside. As Interns join Seaside’s leadership, they take on increasing responsibilities and are not required to do weekly information collection. Course Credit: Students may receive course credit for this internship. Staff will work with the intern’s school/advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork. Requirements: Seaside Sustainability requires interns to work at least 15 hours per week.   President’s Volunteer Service Award: Seaside Sustainability is now certified to give out the “President’s Volunteer Service Award” to eligible interns. This award was created to, “recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.” This is a great achievement to put on your resume! What are the requirements for this award?Must be a citizen of the United States or a lawful permanent residentAll hours must be completed within a 12-month period to be counted towards the final totalAll hours must be tracked in Seaside’s weekly shift report to be countedDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement: Seaside recognizes that environmental issues are human issues, and therefore everyone has a right to be a part of the solution. Seaside is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes all participants irrespective of their gender, race, sexuality, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, or socioeconomic status. The demographics of our internship program directly reflects the composition of our national outreach while the composition of our board more reflects the local composition of our communities. With the understanding that Environmental Issues disproportionately affect low income communities, minority communities, and communities of color, we are actively seeking to ensure that our environmental work, our projects, and programs are crafted in a way that both reflects and aids in combating the plight of minorities, of people of color, of economically challenged, and other disadvantaged individuals.General Skills Needed:Passionate and dedicated to making a difference in the environmentGood virtual communication skills                       Comfortable working in teams Good time management skillsWillingness to learn and work outside of their comfort zone Basic knowledge of communication technology (G-Suite, Zoom, Email) Leadership skillsManagement RolesProject ManagersSeaside Sustainability’s rapid growth is requiring the organization to look for enthusiastic students who wish to take their passion for the environment to the next level. To promote this, Seaside will provide Project Managers with a professionally guided internship that assists with intern management strategies and supports their aspirations for career development. PMs take the lead on more than 20 Seaside projects ranging from 2-10 team members working virtually. Being a Project Manager is truly a win-win situation: the environment benefits, interns benefit, and project managers gain invaluable experience. We are actively seeking to recruit college students, graduate students, and those with leadership experience to fulfill the role of a project manager. Interns at Seaside Sustainability may be promoted to the position of a project manager by exemplifying the characteristics of a model intern. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsManagement FellowsSimilar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsIntern DirectorsSeaside Sustainability’s internship program has been growing steadily since its creation, and now has the capacity to offer another management position to exceptional interns. Similar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skills.AdvisorsSeaside Sustainability’s Community Advisory Team members work directly with our Executive Director, Eric Magers, and work alongside Board members, Intern Directors, Management Fellows, other Community Advisors and a large cadre of interns organized in teams to further advance the organization’s goals. Common Advisor duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Leading implementation of new management and organizational processes and procedures across the program. Delegating tasks to appropriate team members. Working closely with the Human Resources team to manage and oversee recruitment for future internship sessions. Collecting and analyzing feedback from interns throughout the program to gauge satisfaction and success. Skills Needed: Good communication with people of all walks of life, Leadership skills, Experience coordinating groups of people, A strong desire to facilitate a positive, hands-on internship experience.​Make Sure To Follow Seaside on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seasusinc/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seasusinc/Twitter: https://twitter.com/seasusincYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDqPZWdPIQG37aaSC7NShOgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/seaside-sustainability-inc/Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4lfTZpbv0ELrkU2po8SRfoAnd remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society www.nstem.org for another great internship opportunity!

Marketing & Public Relations (PR) Virtual/Remote Internship at Seaside Sustainability, Inc.

Employer: Seaside Sustainability, Inc. - Marketing & Public Relations (PR)
Expires: 12/23/2024
Marketing & Public Relations (PR) The marketing team aims to present Seaside Sustainability positively and visually through clear, strategic messaging. The team's primary goal is to expand our reach and engagement while maintaining our current following. Our interns help manage our social media pages, website, newsletter, blog, public relations, and marketing campaigns. The marketing team consists of three branches, Content Generation & Community Management, Video Production and Graphic Design, and Website, Analytics & Operations, with numerous sub-teams housed under each branch. *Marketing interns are on the marketing team only* General skills and experiences needed:(Specific skills vary per role)Writing and editing skills Journalism background, newsletter experience, and public relations experienceSocial media management - Hootsuite Video production and graphic design - Photoshop, Illustrator, Canva, and/or othersKnowledge/experience in developing podcast content, production, and/or editingMailerLite or other email marketing toolGoogle Analytics, Search Engine OptimizationWix, WordPress, Web designDriven, self-starter, independent, strong work ethicTime management, multitasking, ability to work in a fast-paced environmentTeamwork and the ability to work and collaborate with others on a teamSubteams: Blog, Analytics, Social Media, Video Production, Graphic Design, Newsletter, Overall Content Calendar, Public Relations, Website Maintenance, System Subscriptions, AdminContent Generation & Community ManagementThis branch writes and edits our blog, social media posts, newsletter, and public relations materials. They manage an ongoing flow of content distributed to external audiences on a weekly basis. This branch is divided into four sub-teams: blog, social media, public relations, and newsletter. A team lead oversees each sub-team. Skills needed:Creative, strategic writing and editingPublic relationsSocial media management and social media strategy across multiple platformsExperience with Canva, Trello, Hootsuite, and/or MailerliteSkills needed for team leads:Social media Lead - Familiarity with Hootsuite and social media strategy.Newsletter Lead - MailerLite or email marketing experience, high writing, and editing skills, journalism background a plusPublic Relations Lead - Experience with representing an organization and communicating an organization’s mission, values, and announcements to internal and external publicBlog Lead - experience writing, editing, and reviewing others' writingDesired Experience:Writing newslettersWriting and/or managing blogsRunning social media platformsWriting and distributing public relations materialsVideo Production and Graphic DesignThis branch manages the creation of high-impact videos and graphics to be used across a variety of social media channels, on our website, in presentations, and during virtual and in-person events. This branch is divided into two sub-teams: video production, and graphic design. A team lead oversees each sub-team.Skills needed:Video production and video editingAbility to develop storyboards Strong understanding of design principlesAdobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, or otherSkills Needed for team leads:Graphic Design Lead - graphic design experience and familiarity with Canva, Photoshop, or another programVideo Production Lead - filming/editing experience and familiarity with iMovie, Adobe Premiere Rush, or another programDesired Experience:Video production - experience with creating high-impact videosGraphic design - experience with creating inspiring, on brand graphics Website, Analytics and OperationsThis branch manages internal and external websites, and web analytics, oversees the website, and works with the video and creative team to source content for our website. This branch is divided into two sub-teams: website, and analytics. A team lead oversees each sub-team.Skills needed:Wix management and Google sitesGoogle Suite and Google AnalyticsTrelloSkills Needed for team leads:Website Lead - website design and familiarity with web-development services like Wix or WordPressAnalytics Lead - Google Analytics, and the ability to leverage data to make recommendations Desired Experience:Website design - experience with building and managing websites; familiarity with Wix is a plusGoogle Suite and Google Analytics to help develop recommendations to grow our impact and meet our goals“Sustainability, Education, Action”What is Seaside: Seaside Sustainability is a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to community engagement, public education, and environmental conservation. Seaside aims to be a leader in environmental and STEM educational programs and recognition initiatives. We help by promoting public awareness about the importance of environmental health, providing resources to develop problem-solving skills, and chances to get engaged as part of a community to take action. We organize our works and initiatives around these areas: plastic mitigation, marine citizen science, sustainability education, and solar energy in the community. Why Intern at Seaside: Seaside’s internship program is hands-down one of the best in the area! With its roots firmly seated in education and hands-on learning, there is no doubt that that is why we have more than 50 interns at any given point throughout the year. Our programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, young and old, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. An internship at Seaside allows you to explore a myriad of internship opportunities, relevant to almost any future interest. Join Seaside Sustainability for any season, or during breaks in your school schedule. We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work on a diverse and challenging array of projects and initiatives. We are accepting applications for unpaid internships, with hours available any day of the week and practically any time of day: weekdays, weekends, and evenings included. We prefer to have our local interns work in person at the office in Gloucester, and we also invite interns from all over the United States and internationally to apply. Seaside Sustainability provides interns with real and meaningful work, and internships are available in any season with flexible time schedules. Mission: Seaside Sustainability's mission is to preserve and protect the world's oceans, seas, wetlands, and estuaries by motivating citizens to evaluate the critical issues facing the water environment, educating the public on best practices for sustainability, and providing guidance for taking effective action. Among our most important areas of focus are the elimination of consumer plastics and the creation of educational programs for students of all ages. By partnering with diverse stakeholders, including educational institutions, environmental groups, and other organizations across the public and private sectors, Seaside Sustainability is committed to building an informed citizenry to address the sustainability of water-based ecosystems in communities around the world. Vision Statement: Seaside’s programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, of all ages, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. We believe that environmental challenges can be overcome by instilling ethical and social responsibility into our existence. And we address these challenges by illuminating the heavy costs of environmental degradation by providing resources to develop skills, solutions, and community involvement. What Interns Do at Seaside Sustainability: Our interns are not limited to just one role; we encourage each intern to take advantage of the opportunity to explore a variety of roles and responsibilities. Our interns are never bored as they’re always given real and meaningful work that is essential to the day-to-day operation of the company. As an intern with Seaside Sustainability, you will be asked to perform a myriad of tasks, most of which can also be found at https://www.seasidesustainability.org/intern-details.  Market Research Weekly Work: In order to fulfill our mission, we need to communicate with educators who are passionate about sustainability. To meet our weekly goals of outreach to these educators, all interns are required to spend no more than 2-hours a week collecting this critical and game changing information. When you are researching these educators, you are literally selecting the people who will be changing the lives of their students by taking part in our programs. This role is one of the most important parts of working here at Seaside. You will gain so many useful skills such as how to be a more effective researcher and how to remain organized all while playing a key role in expanding the size and scale of Seaside. As Interns join Seaside’s leadership, they take on increasing responsibilities and are not required to do weekly information collection. Course Credit: Students may receive course credit for this internship. Staff will work with the intern’s school/advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork. Requirements: Seaside Sustainability requires interns to work at least 15 hours per week.   President’s Volunteer Service Award: Seaside Sustainability is now certified to give out the “President’s Volunteer Service Award” to eligible interns. This award was created to, “recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.” This is a great achievement to put on your resume! What are the requirements for this award?Must be a citizen of the United States or a lawful permanent residentAll hours must be completed within a 12-month period to be counted towards the final totalAll hours must be tracked in Seaside’s weekly shift report to be countedDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement: Seaside recognizes that environmental issues are human issues, and therefore everyone has a right to be a part of the solution. Seaside is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes all participants irrespective of their gender, race, sexuality, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, or socioeconomic status. The demographics of our internship program directly reflects the composition of our national outreach while the composition of our board more reflects the local composition of our communities. With the understanding that Environmental Issues disproportionately affect low income communities, minority communities, and communities of color, we are actively seeking to ensure that our environmental work, our projects, and programs are crafted in a way that both reflects and aids in combating the plight of minorities, of people of color, of economically challenged, and other disadvantaged individuals.General Skills Needed:Passionate and dedicated to making a difference in the environmentGood virtual communication skills                       Comfortable working in teams Good time management skillsWillingness to learn and work outside of their comfort zone Basic knowledge of communication technology (G-Suite, Zoom, Email) Leadership skillsManagement RolesProject ManagersSeaside Sustainability’s rapid growth is requiring the organization to look for enthusiastic students who wish to take their passion for the environment to the next level. To promote this, Seaside will provide Project Managers with a professionally guided internship that assists with intern management strategies and supports their aspirations for career development. PMs take the lead on more than 20 Seaside projects ranging from 2-10 team members working virtually. Being a Project Manager is truly a win-win situation: the environment benefits, interns benefit, and project managers gain invaluable experience. We are actively seeking to recruit college students, graduate students, and those with leadership experience to fulfill the role of a project manager. Interns at Seaside Sustainability may be promoted to the position of a project manager by exemplifying the characteristics of a model intern. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsManagement FellowsSimilar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsIntern DirectorsSeaside Sustainability’s internship program has been growing steadily since its creation, and now has the capacity to offer another management position to exceptional interns. Similar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skills.AdvisorsSeaside Sustainability’s Community Advisory Team members work directly with our Executive Director, Eric Magers, and work alongside Board members, Intern Directors, Management Fellows, other Community Advisors and a large cadre of interns organized in teams to further advance the organization’s goals. Common Advisor duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Leading implementation of new management and organizational processes and procedures across the program. Delegating tasks to appropriate team members. Working closely with the Human Resources team to manage and oversee recruitment for future internship sessions. Collecting and analyzing feedback from interns throughout the program to gauge satisfaction and success. Skills Needed: Good communication with people of all walks of life, Leadership skills, Experience coordinating groups of people, A strong desire to facilitate a positive, hands-on internship experience.Check with your school's Internship Coordinator BEFORE accepting the hiring offer to determine if this position satisfies the criteria for receiving academic credit.​Make Sure To Follow Seaside on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seasusinc/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seasusinc/Twitter: https://twitter.com/seasusincYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDqPZWdPIQG37aaSC7NShOgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/seaside-sustainability-inc/Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4lfTZpbv0ELrkU2po8SRfoAnd remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society www.nstem.org for another great internship opportunity!

Sustainability Consulting Virtual/Remote Internship at Seaside Sustainability, Inc.

Employer: Seaside Sustainability, Inc. - Green Scholars - Sustainability & Environmental Curriculum Development
Expires: 12/23/2024
Sustainability ConsultingThe Sustainability Consulting Team is piloting a consulting program at schools. Over the course of the creation of this program, the team is expected to develop consulting services proposals, pricing proposals, contracts and attend meetings with school leadership. The logistics subteam deals with the formal structures of the team like documents and budgeting. The outreach subteam helps develop strategies to reach out to schools and businesses. The outreach subteam also works on marketing and the outward-facing page on the website. All interns on the Sustainability Consulting Team will work with the project managers to support the consultants’ guidance in schools. This will include shadowing the consultant, providing research assistance, and other aspects to run the program. All interns are expected to attend virtual weekly meetings during normal business hours with the Sustainability Consulting team.  Responsibilities include: Collaborate with team members and management to collaborate on projects and deliverables on a weekly basis; Draft and proof-read proposals and contracts; Provide infographics and formatting for official documents.Skills Needed:Team collaborationIndependent workerProfessional written + verbal communication skillsSelf-starterDiligent Desired ExperienceEnvironmental/sustainability educationInformation gathering & researchBusinessCommunity outreachProject management/developmentExperience in schools (bonus)Experience consulting (bonus)“Sustainability, Education, Action”What is Seaside: Seaside Sustainability is a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to community engagement, public education, and environmental conservation. Seaside aims to be a leader in environmental and STEM educational programs and recognition initiatives. We help by promoting public awareness about the importance of environmental health, providing resources to develop problem-solving skills, and chances to get engaged as part of a community to take action. We organize our works and initiatives around these areas: plastic mitigation, marine citizen science, sustainability education, and solar energy in the community. Why Intern at Seaside: Seaside’s internship program is hands-down one of the best in the area! With its roots firmly seated in education and hands-on learning, there is no doubt that that is why we have more than 50 interns at any given point throughout the year. Our programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, young and old, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. An internship at Seaside allows you to explore a myriad of internship opportunities, relevant to almost any future interest. Join Seaside Sustainability for any season, or during breaks in your school schedule. We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work on a diverse and challenging array of projects and initiatives. We are accepting applications for unpaid internships, with hours available any day of the week and practically any time of day: weekdays, weekends, and evenings included. We prefer to have our local interns work in person at the office in Gloucester, and we also invite interns from all over the United States and internationally to apply. Seaside Sustainability provides interns with real and meaningful work, and internships are available in any season with flexible time schedules. Mission: Seaside Sustainability's mission is to preserve and protect the world's oceans, seas, wetlands, and estuaries by motivating citizens to evaluate the critical issues facing the water environment, educating the public on best practices for sustainability, and providing guidance for taking effective action. Among our most important areas of focus are the elimination of consumer plastics and the creation of educational programs for students of all ages. By partnering with diverse stakeholders, including educational institutions, environmental groups, and other organizations across the public and private sectors, Seaside Sustainability is committed to building an informed citizenry to address the sustainability of water-based ecosystems in communities around the world. Vision Statement: Seaside’s programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, of all ages, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. We believe that environmental challenges can be overcome by instilling ethical and social responsibility into our existence. And we address these challenges by illuminating the heavy costs of environmental degradation by providing resources to develop skills, solutions, and community involvement. What Interns Do at Seaside Sustainability: Our interns are not limited to just one role; we encourage each intern to take advantage of the opportunity to explore a variety of roles and responsibilities. Our interns are never bored as they’re always given real and meaningful work that is essential to the day-to-day operation of the company. As an intern with Seaside Sustainability, you will be asked to perform a myriad of tasks, most of which can also be found at https://www.seasidesustainability.org/intern-details.  Market Research Weekly Work: In order to fulfill our mission, we need to communicate with educators who are passionate about sustainability. To meet our weekly goals of outreach to these educators, all interns are required to spend no more than 2-hours a week collecting this critical and game changing information. When you are researching these educators, you are literally selecting the people who will be changing the lives of their students by taking part in our programs. This role is one of the most important parts of working here at Seaside. You will gain so many useful skills such as how to be a more effective researcher and how to remain organized all while playing a key role in expanding the size and scale of Seaside. As Interns join Seaside’s leadership, they take on increasing responsibilities and are not required to do weekly information collection. Course Credit: Students may receive course credit for this internship. Staff will work with the intern’s school/advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork. Requirements: Seaside Sustainability requires interns to work at least 15 hours per week.   President’s Volunteer Service Award: Seaside Sustainability is now certified to give out the “President’s Volunteer Service Award” to eligible interns. This award was created to, “recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.” This is a great achievement to put on your resume! What are the requirements for this award?Must be a citizen of the United States or a lawful permanent residentAll hours must be completed within a 12-month period to be counted towards the final totalAll hours must be tracked in Seaside’s weekly shift report to be countedDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement: Seaside recognizes that environmental issues are human issues, and therefore everyone has a right to be a part of the solution. Seaside is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes all participants irrespective of their gender, race, sexuality, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, or socioeconomic status. The demographics of our internship program directly reflects the composition of our national outreach while the composition of our board more reflects the local composition of our communities. With the understanding that Environmental Issues disproportionately affect low income communities, minority communities, and communities of color, we are actively seeking to ensure that our environmental work, our projects, and programs are crafted in a way that both reflects and aids in combating the plight of minorities, of people of color, of economically challenged, and other disadvantaged individuals.General Skills Needed:Passionate and dedicated to making a difference in the environmentGood virtual communication skills            Comfortable working in teams Good time management skillsWillingness to learn and work outside of their comfort zone Basic knowledge of communication technology (G-Suite, Zoom, Email) Leadership skillsManagement RolesProject ManagersSeaside Sustainability’s rapid growth is requiring the organization to look for enthusiastic students who wish to take their passion for the environment to the next level. To promote this, Seaside will provide Project Managers with a professionally guided internship that assists with intern management strategies and supports their aspirations for career development. PMs take the lead on more than 20 Seaside projects ranging from 2-10 team members working virtually. Being a Project Manager is truly a win-win situation: the environment benefits, interns benefit, and project managers gain invaluable experience. We are actively seeking to recruit college students, graduate students, and those with leadership experience to fulfill the role of a project manager. Interns at Seaside Sustainability may be promoted to the position of a project manager by exemplifying the characteristics of a model intern. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsManagement FellowsSimilar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsIntern DirectorsSeaside Sustainability’s internship program has been growing steadily since its creation, and now has the capacity to offer another management position to exceptional interns. Similar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skills.AdvisorsSeaside Sustainability’s Community Advisory Team members work directly with our Executive Director, Eric Magers, and work alongside Board members, Intern Directors, Management Fellows, other Community Advisors and a large cadre of interns organized in teams to further advance the organization’s goals. Common Advisor duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Leading implementation of new management and organizational processes and procedures across the program. Delegating tasks to appropriate team members. Working closely with the Human Resources team to manage and oversee recruitment for future internship sessions. Collecting and analyzing feedback from interns throughout the program to gauge satisfaction and success. Skills Needed: Good communication with people of all walks of life, Leadership skills, Experience coordinating groups of people, A strong desire to facilitate a positive, hands-on internship experience.​Make Sure To Follow Seaside on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seasusinc/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seasusinc/Twitter: https://twitter.com/seasusincYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDqPZWdPIQG37aaSC7NShOgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/seaside-sustainability-inc/Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4lfTZpbv0ELrkU2po8SRfoAnd remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society www.nstem.org for another great internship opportunity!

Grant Writing, Research, and Administration Virtual/Remote Internship at Seaside Sustainability, Inc.

Employer: Seaside Sustainability, Inc. - Grant Writing, Research, and Administration
Expires: 12/23/2024
Grant Research, Writing, & Administration Seaside Sustainability applies for over $200k in funding annually. Within our grant writing team, interns collaborate with each other to write and submit grant proposals. By conducting preliminary grant research and drafting compelling narratives, they put together grant applications that showcase Seaside’s mission and achievements. Working across different time zones and schedules, they also work independently throughout the session. Interns are also expected to attend weekly meetings with their team and communicate with their project managers. Successful grant writing interns display excellent research and writing skills, communication skills, and motivation. Intern writers do not need to have experience writing grant proposals. Skills Needed:Strong research and writing abilities Excellent communication skillsStrong organization and time management abilitiesAbility to understand complex instructions Computer skillsInterpersonal skillsMotivated to take on new initiativesAbility to work well both independently and with othersDesired Experience:Intern writers do not need to have experience writing grant proposalsExperience in either independent research or team projects is recommendedAny previous experience in writing, reading, budgeting, or working with grants is a plus“Sustainability, Education, Action”What is Seaside: Seaside Sustainability is a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to community engagement, public education, and environmental conservation. Seaside aims to be a leader in environmental and STEM educational programs and recognition initiatives. We help by promoting public awareness about the importance of environmental health, providing resources to develop problem-solving skills, and chances to get engaged as part of a community to take action. We organize our works and initiatives around these areas: plastic mitigation, marine citizen science, sustainability education, and solar energy in the community. Why Intern at Seaside: Seaside’s internship program is hands-down one of the best in the area! With its roots firmly seated in education and hands-on learning, there is no doubt that that is why we have more than 50 interns at any given point throughout the year. Our programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, young and old, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. An internship at Seaside allows you to explore a myriad of internship opportunities, relevant to almost any future interest. Join Seaside Sustainability for any season, or during breaks in your school schedule. We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work on a diverse and challenging array of projects and initiatives. We are accepting applications for unpaid internships, with hours available any day of the week and practically any time of day: weekdays, weekends, and evenings included. We prefer to have our local interns work in person at the office in Gloucester, and we also invite interns from all over the United States and internationally to apply. Seaside Sustainability provides interns with real and meaningful work, and internships are available in any season with flexible time schedules. Mission: Seaside Sustainability's mission is to preserve and protect the world's oceans, seas, wetlands, and estuaries by motivating citizens to evaluate the critical issues facing the water environment, educating the public on best practices for sustainability, and providing guidance for taking effective action. Among our most important areas of focus are the elimination of consumer plastics and the creation of educational programs for students of all ages. By partnering with diverse stakeholders, including educational institutions, environmental groups, and other organizations across the public and private sectors, Seaside Sustainability is committed to building an informed citizenry to address the sustainability of water-based ecosystems in communities around the world. Vision Statement: Seaside’s programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, of all ages, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. We believe that environmental challenges can be overcome by instilling ethical and social responsibility into our existence. And we address these challenges by illuminating the heavy costs of environmental degradation by providing resources to develop skills, solutions, and community involvement. What Interns Do at Seaside Sustainability: Our interns are not limited to just one role; we encourage each intern to take advantage of the opportunity to explore a variety of roles and responsibilities. Our interns are never bored as they’re always given real and meaningful work that is essential to the day-to-day operation of the company. As an intern with Seaside Sustainability, you will be asked to perform a myriad of tasks, most of which can also be found at https://www.seasidesustainability.org/intern-details.  Market Research Weekly Work: In order to fulfill our mission, we need to communicate with educators who are passionate about sustainability. To meet our weekly goals of outreach to these educators, all interns are required to spend no more than 2-hours a week collecting this critical and game changing information. When you are researching these educators, you are literally selecting the people who will be changing the lives of their students by taking part in our programs. This role is one of the most important parts of working here at Seaside. You will gain so many useful skills such as how to be a more effective researcher and how to remain organized all while playing a key role in expanding the size and scale of Seaside. As Interns join Seaside’s leadership, they take on increasing responsibilities and are not required to do weekly information collection. Course Credit: Students may receive course credit for this internship. Staff will work with the intern’s school/advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork. Requirements: Seaside Sustainability requires interns to work at least 15 hours per week.   President’s Volunteer Service Award: Seaside Sustainability is now certified to give out the “President’s Volunteer Service Award” to eligible interns. This award was created to, “recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.” This is a great achievement to put on your resume! What are the requirements for this award?Must be a citizen of the United States or a lawful permanent residentAll hours must be completed within a 12-month period to be counted towards the final totalAll hours must be tracked in Seaside’s weekly shift report to be countedDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement: Seaside recognizes that environmental issues are human issues, and therefore everyone has a right to be a part of the solution. Seaside is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes all participants irrespective of their gender, race, sexuality, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, or socioeconomic status. The demographics of our internship program directly reflects the composition of our national outreach while the composition of our board more reflects the local composition of our communities. With the understanding that Environmental Issues disproportionately affect low income communities, minority communities, and communities of color, we are actively seeking to ensure that our environmental work, our projects, and programs are crafted in a way that both reflects and aids in combating the plight of minorities, of people of color, of economically challenged, and other disadvantaged individuals.General Skills Needed:Passionate and dedicated to making a difference in the environmentGood virtual communication skills                       Comfortable working in teams Good time management skillsWillingness to learn and work outside of their comfort zone Basic knowledge of communication technology (G-Suite, Zoom, Email) Leadership skillsManagement RolesProject ManagersSeaside Sustainability’s rapid growth is requiring the organization to look for enthusiastic students who wish to take their passion for the environment to the next level. To promote this, Seaside will provide Project Managers with a professionally guided internship that assists with intern management strategies and supports their aspirations for career development. PMs take the lead on more than 20 Seaside projects ranging from 2-10 team members working virtually. Being a Project Manager is truly a win-win situation: the environment benefits, interns benefit, and project managers gain invaluable experience. We are actively seeking to recruit college students, graduate students, and those with leadership experience to fulfill the role of a project manager. Interns at Seaside Sustainability may be promoted to the position of a project manager by exemplifying the characteristics of a model intern. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsManagement FellowsSimilar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsIntern DirectorsSeaside Sustainability’s internship program has been growing steadily since its creation, and now has the capacity to offer another management position to exceptional interns. Similar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skills.AdvisorsSeaside Sustainability’s Community Advisory Team members work directly with our Executive Director, Eric Magers, and work alongside Board members, Intern Directors, Management Fellows, other Community Advisors and a large cadre of interns organized in teams to further advance the organization’s goals. Common Advisor duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Leading implementation of new management and organizational processes and procedures across the program. Delegating tasks to appropriate team members. Working closely with the Human Resources team to manage and oversee recruitment for future internship sessions. Collecting and analyzing feedback from interns throughout the program to gauge satisfaction and success. Skills Needed: Good communication with people of all walks of life, Leadership skills, Experience coordinating groups of people, A strong desire to facilitate a positive, hands-on internship experience.​Make Sure To Follow Seaside on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seasusinc/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seasusinc/Twitter: https://twitter.com/seasusincYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDqPZWdPIQG37aaSC7NShOgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/seaside-sustainability-inc/Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4lfTZpbv0ELrkU2po8SRfoAnd remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society www.nstem.org for another great internship opportunity!

Sustainable Events Virtual/Remote Internship at Seaside Sustainability, Inc.

Employer: Seaside Sustainability, Inc. - Sustainable Events
Expires: 12/23/2024
Sustainable Events Virtual/Remote InternshipCheck with your school's Internship Coordinator BEFORE accepting the hiring offer to determine if this position satisfies the criteria for receiving academic credit.Seaside Sustainability is full of forward-thinking individuals who all share the same desire to see a clean, sustainable Earth. To engage with our ever-growing community, Seaside regularly hosts in-person and virtual events meant to increase environmental awareness and participation in our efforts to promote sustainability through education and action. This team is responsible for planning events such as beach clean-ups, panel conversations, public arts projects, online auctions and networking events. Especially now, during the COVID-19 Pandemic, we need a group of motivated interns who are willing to coordinate such events to enhance the Seaside experience and keep the community actively engaged in our mission!Skills NeededCreativity to brainstorm event ideas to engage with sustainability driven people!Ability to work with and support others (internally and externally of our organization) in implementing these eventsStrong organizational skills and a keen eye for detailResilience and adaptability to overcome challenges while planning and executing an event Desired ExperienceInterns do not need to have past event planning experienceAny previous experience with event planning, outreach, community engagement or fundraising is a plus“Sustainability, Education, Action”What is Seaside: Seaside Sustainability is a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to community engagement, public education, and environmental conservation. Seaside aims to be a leader in environmental and STEM educational programs and recognition initiatives. We help by promoting public awareness about the importance of environmental health, providing resources to develop problem-solving skills, and chances to get engaged as part of a community to take action. We organize our works and initiatives around these areas: plastic mitigation, marine citizen science, sustainability education, and solar energy in the community. Why Intern at Seaside: Seaside’s internship program is hands-down one of the best in the area! With its roots firmly seated in education and hands-on learning, there is no doubt that that is why we have more than 50 interns at any given point throughout the year. Our programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, young and old, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. An internship at Seaside allows you to explore a myriad of internship opportunities, relevant to almost any future interest. Join Seaside Sustainability for any season, or during breaks in your school schedule. We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work on a diverse and challenging array of projects and initiatives. We are accepting applications for unpaid internships, with hours available any day of the week and practically any time of day: weekdays, weekends, and evenings included. We prefer to have our local interns work in person at the office in Gloucester, and we also invite interns from all over the United States and internationally to apply. Seaside Sustainability provides interns with real and meaningful work, and internships are available in any season with flexible time schedules. Mission: Seaside Sustainability's mission is to preserve and protect the world's oceans, seas, wetlands, and estuaries by motivating citizens to evaluate the critical issues facing the water environment, educating the public on best practices for sustainability, and providing guidance for taking effective action. Among our most important areas of focus are the elimination of consumer plastics and the creation of educational programs for students of all ages. By partnering with diverse stakeholders, including educational institutions, environmental groups, and other organizations across the public and private sectors, Seaside Sustainability is committed to building an informed citizenry to address the sustainability of water-based ecosystems in communities around the world. Vision Statement: Seaside’s programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, of all ages, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. We believe that environmental challenges can be overcome by instilling ethical and social responsibility into our existence. And we address these challenges by illuminating the heavy costs of environmental degradation by providing resources to develop skills, solutions, and community involvement. What Interns Do at Seaside Sustainability: Our interns are not limited to just one role; we encourage each intern to take advantage of the opportunity to explore a variety of roles and responsibilities. Our interns are never bored as they’re always given real and meaningful work that is essential to the day-to-day operation of the company. As an intern with Seaside Sustainability, you will be asked to perform a myriad of tasks, most of which can also be found at https://www.seasidesustainability.org/intern-details.  Market Research Weekly Work: In order to fulfill our mission, we need to communicate with educators who are passionate about sustainability. To meet our weekly goals of outreach to these educators, all interns are required to spend no more than 2-hours a week collecting this critical and game changing information. When you are researching these educators, you are literally selecting the people who will be changing the lives of their students by taking part in our programs. This role is one of the most important parts of working here at Seaside. You will gain so many useful skills such as how to be a more effective researcher and how to remain organized all while playing a key role in expanding the size and scale of Seaside. As Interns join Seaside’s leadership, they take on increasing responsibilities and are not required to do weekly information collection. Course Credit: Students may receive course credit for this internship. Staff will work with the intern’s school/advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork. Requirements: Seaside Sustainability requires interns to work at least 15 hours per week.   President’s Volunteer Service Award: Seaside Sustainability is now certified to give out the “President’s Volunteer Service Award” to eligible interns. This award was created to, “recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.” This is a great achievement to put on your resume! What are the requirements for this award?Must be a citizen of the United States or a lawful permanent residentAll hours must be completed within a 12-month period to be counted towards the final totalAll hours must be tracked in Seaside’s weekly shift report to be countedDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement: Seaside recognizes that environmental issues are human issues, and therefore everyone has a right to be a part of the solution. Seaside is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes all participants irrespective of their gender, race, sexuality, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, or socioeconomic status. The demographics of our internship program directly reflects the composition of our national outreach while the composition of our board more reflects the local composition of our communities. With the understanding that Environmental Issues disproportionately affect low income communities, minority communities, and communities of color, we are actively seeking to ensure that our environmental work, our projects, and programs are crafted in a way that both reflects and aids in combating the plight of minorities, of people of color, of economically challenged, and other disadvantaged individuals.General Skills Needed:Passionate and dedicated to making a difference in the environmentGood virtual communication skills                       Comfortable working in teams Good time management skillsWillingness to learn and work outside of their comfort zone Basic knowledge of communication technology (G-Suite, Zoom, Email) Leadership skillsManagement RolesProject ManagersSeaside Sustainability’s rapid growth is requiring the organization to look for enthusiastic students who wish to take their passion for the environment to the next level. To promote this, Seaside will provide Project Managers with a professionally guided internship that assists with intern management strategies and supports their aspirations for career development. PMs take the lead on more than 20 Seaside projects ranging from 2-10 team members working virtually. Being a Project Manager is truly a win-win situation: the environment benefits, interns benefit, and project managers gain invaluable experience. We are actively seeking to recruit college students, graduate students, and those with leadership experience to fulfill the role of a project manager. Interns at Seaside Sustainability may be promoted to the position of a project manager by exemplifying the characteristics of a model intern. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsManagement FellowsSimilar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsIntern DirectorsSeaside Sustainability’s internship program has been growing steadily since its creation, and now has the capacity to offer another management position to exceptional interns. Similar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skills.AdvisorsSeaside Sustainability’s Community Advisory Team members work directly with our Executive Director, Eric Magers, and work alongside Board members, Intern Directors, Management Fellows, other Community Advisors and a large cadre of interns organized in teams to further advance the organization’s goals. Common Advisor duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Leading implementation of new management and organizational processes and procedures across the program. Delegating tasks to appropriate team members. Working closely with the Human Resources team to manage and oversee recruitment for future internship sessions. Collecting and analyzing feedback from interns throughout the program to gauge satisfaction and success. Skills Needed: Good communication with people of all walks of life, Leadership skills, Experience coordinating groups of people, A strong desire to facilitate a positive, hands-on internship experience.​Make Sure To Follow Seaside on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seasusinc/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seasusinc/Twitter: https://twitter.com/seasusincYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDqPZWdPIQG37aaSC7NShOgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/seaside-sustainability-inc/Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4lfTZpbv0ELrkU2po8SRfoAnd remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society www.nstem.org for another great internship opportunity!

Website & Technology Virtual/Remote Internship at Seaside Sustainability, Inc.

Employer: Seaside Sustainability, Inc. - Website & Technology
Expires: 12/23/2024
Website & TechnologyWe are looking for innovators, problem solvers, and tech geeks to join Seaside Sustainability’s Tech team. Our tech team is a group of seaside interns that have a knack for technology and are adept at helping others with technical issues. Tech team members are able to troubleshoot issues, supply tech support to all Seaside teams, and aid with finding new technologies that can drive the organization forward. They are able to create helpful learning materials like tutorials and documentation. Since Tech team members will be the go-to's for any tech-related questions, they should be naturally curious learners with strong communication skills and possess a willingness to help others. Some of our projects include: website edits, using Wix, Sustainability Calculator, Tech Liaison, Tech Integration, etc. Skills NeededCustomer service experienceStrong writing and communication skillsThe ability to learn new technologiesThe ability to find creative solutions to a variety of issuesExcellent literature review and research skills A desire to learn new skills and share them with others!Desired ExperienceExperience with WixCoding experience of any kind preferredDigital marketing skills (SEO, analytics) Google Workspace knowledgeUX/UI experienceTech support experienceWebsite design or experience with low code/no code solutions is important“Sustainability, Education, Action”What is Seaside: Seaside Sustainability is a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to community engagement, public education, and environmental conservation. Seaside aims to be a leader in environmental and STEM educational programs and recognition initiatives. We help by promoting public awareness about the importance of environmental health, providing resources to develop problem-solving skills, and chances to get engaged as part of a community to take action. We organize our works and initiatives around these areas: plastic mitigation, marine citizen science, sustainability education, and solar energy in the community. Why Intern at Seaside: Seaside’s internship program is hands-down one of the best in the area! With its roots firmly seated in education and hands-on learning, there is no doubt that that is why we have more than 50 interns at any given point throughout the year. Our programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, young and old, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. An internship at Seaside allows you to explore a myriad of internship opportunities, relevant to almost any future interest. Join Seaside Sustainability for any season, or during breaks in your school schedule. We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work on a diverse and challenging array of projects and initiatives. We are accepting applications for unpaid internships, with hours available any day of the week and practically any time of day: weekdays, weekends, and evenings included. We prefer to have our local interns work in person at the office in Gloucester, and we also invite interns from all over the United States and internationally to apply. Seaside Sustainability provides interns with real and meaningful work, and internships are available in any season with flexible time schedules. Mission: Seaside Sustainability's mission is to preserve and protect the world's oceans, seas, wetlands, and estuaries by motivating citizens to evaluate the critical issues facing the water environment, educating the public on best practices for sustainability, and providing guidance for taking effective action. Among our most important areas of focus are the elimination of consumer plastics and the creation of educational programs for students of all ages. By partnering with diverse stakeholders, including educational institutions, environmental groups, and other organizations across the public and private sectors, Seaside Sustainability is committed to building an informed citizenry to address the sustainability of water-based ecosystems in communities around the world. Vision Statement: Seaside’s programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, of all ages, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. We believe that environmental challenges can be overcome by instilling ethical and social responsibility into our existence. And we address these challenges by illuminating the heavy costs of environmental degradation by providing resources to develop skills, solutions, and community involvement. What Interns Do at Seaside Sustainability: Our interns are not limited to just one role; we encourage each intern to take advantage of the opportunity to explore a variety of roles and responsibilities. Our interns are never bored as they’re always given real and meaningful work that is essential to the day-to-day operation of the company. As an intern with Seaside Sustainability, you will be asked to perform a myriad of tasks, most of which can also be found at https://www.seasidesustainability.org/intern-details.  Market Research Weekly Work: In order to fulfill our mission, we need to communicate with educators who are passionate about sustainability. To meet our weekly goals of outreach to these educators, all interns are required to spend no more than 2-hours a week collecting this critical and game changing information. When you are researching these educators, you are literally selecting the people who will be changing the lives of their students by taking part in our programs. This role is one of the most important parts of working here at Seaside. You will gain so many useful skills such as how to be a more effective researcher and how to remain organized all while playing a key role in expanding the size and scale of Seaside. As Interns join Seaside’s leadership, they take on increasing responsibilities and are not required to do weekly information collection. Course Credit: Students may receive course credit for this internship. Staff will work with the intern’s school/advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork. Requirements: Seaside Sustainability requires interns to work at least 15 hours per week.   President’s Volunteer Service Award: Seaside Sustainability is now certified to give out the “President’s Volunteer Service Award” to eligible interns. This award was created to, “recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.” This is a great achievement to put on your resume! What are the requirements for this award?Must be a citizen of the United States or a lawful permanent residentAll hours must be completed within a 12-month period to be counted towards the final totalAll hours must be tracked in Seaside’s weekly shift report to be countedDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement: Seaside recognizes that environmental issues are human issues, and therefore everyone has a right to be a part of the solution. Seaside is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes all participants irrespective of their gender, race, sexuality, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, or socioeconomic status. The demographics of our internship program directly reflects the composition of our national outreach while the composition of our board more reflects the local composition of our communities. With the understanding that Environmental Issues disproportionately affect low income communities, minority communities, and communities of color, we are actively seeking to ensure that our environmental work, our projects, and programs are crafted in a way that both reflects and aids in combating the plight of minorities, of people of color, of economically challenged, and other disadvantaged individuals.General Skills Needed:Passionate and dedicated to making a difference in the environmentGood virtual communication skills                       Comfortable working in teams Good time management skillsWillingness to learn and work outside of their comfort zone Basic knowledge of communication technology (G-Suite, Zoom, Email) Leadership skillsManagement RolesProject ManagersSeaside Sustainability’s rapid growth is requiring the organization to look for enthusiastic students who wish to take their passion for the environment to the next level. To promote this, Seaside will provide Project Managers with a professionally guided internship that assists with intern management strategies and supports their aspirations for career development. PMs take the lead on more than 20 Seaside projects ranging from 2-10 team members working virtually. Being a Project Manager is truly a win-win situation: the environment benefits, interns benefit, and project managers gain invaluable experience. We are actively seeking to recruit college students, graduate students, and those with leadership experience to fulfill the role of a project manager. Interns at Seaside Sustainability may be promoted to the position of a project manager by exemplifying the characteristics of a model intern. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsManagement FellowsSimilar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsIntern DirectorsSeaside Sustainability’s internship program has been growing steadily since its creation, and now has the capacity to offer another management position to exceptional interns. Similar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skills.AdvisorsSeaside Sustainability’s Community Advisory Team members work directly with our Executive Director, Eric Magers, and work alongside Board members, Intern Directors, Management Fellows, other Community Advisors and a large cadre of interns organized in teams to further advance the organization’s goals. Common Advisor duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Leading implementation of new management and organizational processes and procedures across the program. Delegating tasks to appropriate team members. Working closely with the Human Resources team to manage and oversee recruitment for future internship sessions. Collecting and analyzing feedback from interns throughout the program to gauge satisfaction and success. Skills Needed: Good communication with people of all walks of life, Leadership skills, Experience coordinating groups of people, A strong desire to facilitate a positive, hands-on internship experience.​Make Sure To Follow Seaside on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seasusinc/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seasusinc/Twitter: https://twitter.com/seasusincYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDqPZWdPIQG37aaSC7NShOgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/seaside-sustainability-inc/Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4lfTZpbv0ELrkU2po8SRfoAnd remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society www.nstem.org for another great internship opportunity!

Climate Action Virtual/Remote Internship at Seaside Sustainability, Inc.

Employer: Seaside Sustainability, Inc. - Blue Technology & Ocean Cleaning Solutions
Expires: 12/23/2024
Climate ActionThe Climate Action team at Seaside Sustainability focuses on developing and implementing impactful climate adaptation and mitigation projects locally, nationally, and globally. Using the latest climate science and international sustainability guidelines, the department identifies crucial climate action strategies, and scale climate solutions to Seaside’s scope and potential impact. We are looking for hard working individuals with a passion for developing forward-thinking approaches to climate change. The ideal candidate will be organized, innovative and enjoy performing research and project development. The Climate Action team focuses their efforts on topics such as renewable energy, nature based solutions to climate change, community action efforts and The “C Change” newsletter. C Change is a monthly newsletter that is researched, written, edited and distributed by the Climate Change Newsletter sub-team which is a branch of the Climate Action team. If you are interested in collaborating on any of the aforementioned goals and projects, including contributing to our up-and-running climate change specific newsletter; please apply! We look forward to hearing from you. General Desired Skills:Excellent verbal and written communication skillsOrganizational skillsStrong research skills Analytical skills (qualitative and/or quantitative analysis)Problem-solving skillsCuriosity/desire to learn Ability to collaborateGIS Projects: Within each subteam, some interns will be working on ArcGIS projects. If you have any GIS experience, please apply! (but don’t worry if you don’t!)Subteams:Climate Change Newsletter: Researches, drafts, and publishes Seaside’s monthly climate change newsletter, C Change, that covers new and relevant topics regarding fossil fuels and the renewable energy transition, climate change mitigation, and ways individuals can get involved to take climate actionPreferred Skills/Experience:Do not need previous experience with writing newslettersExcellent writing skillsExperience with the drafting process (research, drafting, revising, editing) for publications of any size a plusCoursework/academics focused on renewable energy, sustainability, or climate change topicsAny experience with Mailerlite or digital marketing a plusCommunity Organizing: Connects with local coalition groups and national/international climate action groups and inspires communities to actively participate in the fight against climate change. Promotes and facilitates collective action locally and internationally through outreach, activism and external partnerships.Preferred Skills/Experience:Interns that are (or were previously) local to Gloucester/MA given first priorityExperience with community outreach or organizing preferred but not requiredInterpersonal skills + the ability to engage and relate with communities and individuals of diverse backgroundsHighly organized and able to track and maintain various external contacts and partnershipsNature-Based Solutions: Researches, plans, and executes natural climate mitigation and adaptation strategies. Focuses on developing and implementing nature-based solutions in local communities and ensuring that natural climate solutions are pursued in tandem with sustainable development. Preferred Skills/ExperienceCoursework/academics focused on environmental topics, ecology, conservation, sustainable agriculture and forest management, etcExperience collaborating with multiple teams on joint projectsStrong research skills, and the ability to synthesize research into accessible terms that everyone can understandPrior experience with conservation or restoration fieldwork a plusRenewable Energy: Focuses on facilitating and advancing the renewable energy transition through research and analysis projects and promoting and tracking renewable technology adoption. Preferred Skills/ExperienceCousework/academics focused on renewable energy, climate change, and decarbonization topicsQuantitative analysis skills including managing/manipulating datasets a plusStrong research skills, and the ability to synthesize research into accessible terms that everyone can understandHighly organized and able to focus on multiple projects simultaneously“Sustainability, Education, Action”What is Seaside: Seaside Sustainability is a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to community engagement, public education, and environmental conservation. Seaside aims to be a leader in environmental and STEM educational programs and recognition initiatives. We help by promoting public awareness about the importance of environmental health, providing resources to develop problem-solving skills, and chances to get engaged as part of a community to take action. We organize our works and initiatives around these areas: plastic mitigation, marine citizen science, sustainability education, and solar energy in the community. Why Intern at Seaside: Seaside’s internship program is hands-down one of the best in the area! With its roots firmly seated in education and hands-on learning, there is no doubt that that is why we have more than 50 interns at any given point throughout the year. Our programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, young and old, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. An internship at Seaside allows you to explore a myriad of internship opportunities, relevant to almost any future interest. Join Seaside Sustainability for any season, or during breaks in your school schedule. We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work on a diverse and challenging array of projects and initiatives. We are accepting applications for unpaid internships, with hours available any day of the week and practically any time of day: weekdays, weekends, and evenings included. We prefer to have our local interns work in person at the office in Gloucester, and we also invite interns from all over the United States and internationally to apply. Seaside Sustainability provides interns with real and meaningful work, and internships are available in any season with flexible time schedules. Mission: Seaside Sustainability's mission is to preserve and protect the world's oceans, seas, wetlands, and estuaries by motivating citizens to evaluate the critical issues facing the water environment, educating the public on best practices for sustainability, and providing guidance for taking effective action. Among our most important areas of focus are the elimination of consumer plastics and the creation of educational programs for students of all ages. By partnering with diverse stakeholders, including educational institutions, environmental groups, and other organizations across the public and private sectors, Seaside Sustainability is committed to building an informed citizenry to address the sustainability of water-based ecosystems in communities around the world. Vision Statement: Seaside’s programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, of all ages, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. We believe that environmental challenges can be overcome by instilling ethical and social responsibility into our existence. And we address these challenges by illuminating the heavy costs of environmental degradation by providing resources to develop skills, solutions, and community involvement. What Interns Do at Seaside Sustainability: Our interns are not limited to just one role; we encourage each intern to take advantage of the opportunity to explore a variety of roles and responsibilities. Our interns are never bored as they’re always given real and meaningful work that is essential to the day-to-day operation of the company. As an intern with Seaside Sustainability, you will be asked to perform a myriad of tasks, most of which can also be found at https://www.seasidesustainability.org/intern-details.  Market Research Weekly Work: In order to fulfill our mission, we need to communicate with educators who are passionate about sustainability. To meet our weekly goals of outreach to these educators, all interns are required to spend no more than 2-hours a week collecting this critical and game changing information. When you are researching these educators, you are literally selecting the people who will be changing the lives of their students by taking part in our programs. This role is one of the most important parts of working here at Seaside. You will gain so many useful skills such as how to be a more effective researcher and how to remain organized all while playing a key role in expanding the size and scale of Seaside. As Interns join Seaside’s leadership, they take on increasing responsibilities and are not required to do weekly information collection. Course Credit: Students may receive course credit for this internship. Staff will work with the intern’s school/advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork.  Check with your school's Internship Coordinator BEFORE accepting the hiring offer to determine if this position satisfies the criteria for receiving academic credit.Requirements: Seaside Sustainability requires interns to work at least 15 hours per week.   President’s Volunteer Service Award: Seaside Sustainability is now certified to give out the “President’s Volunteer Service Award” to eligible interns. This award was created to, “recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.” This is a great achievement to put on your resume! What are the requirements for this award?Must be a citizen of the United States or a lawful permanent residentAll hours must be completed within a 12-month period to be counted towards the final totalAll hours must be tracked in Seaside’s weekly shift report to be countedDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement: Seaside recognizes that environmental issues are human issues, and therefore everyone has a right to be a part of the solution. Seaside is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes all participants irrespective of their gender, race, sexuality, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, or socioeconomic status. The demographics of our internship program directly reflects the composition of our national outreach while the composition of our board more reflects the local composition of our communities. With the understanding that Environmental Issues disproportionately affect low income communities, minority communities, and communities of color, we are actively seeking to ensure that our environmental work, our projects, and programs are crafted in a way that both reflects and aids in combating the plight of minorities, of people of color, of economically challenged, and other disadvantaged individuals.General Skills Needed:Passionate and dedicated to making a difference in the environmentGood virtual communication skills                       Comfortable working in teams Good time management skillsWillingness to learn and work outside of their comfort zone Basic knowledge of communication technology (G-Suite, Zoom, Email) Leadership skillsManagement RolesProject ManagersSeaside Sustainability’s rapid growth is requiring the organization to look for enthusiastic students who wish to take their passion for the environment to the next level. To promote this, Seaside will provide Project Managers with a professionally guided internship that assists with intern management strategies and supports their aspirations for career development. PMs take the lead on more than 20 Seaside projects ranging from 2-10 team members working virtually. Being a Project Manager is truly a win-win situation: the environment benefits, interns benefit, and project managers gain invaluable experience. We are actively seeking to recruit college students, graduate students, and those with leadership experience to fulfill the role of a project manager. Interns at Seaside Sustainability may be promoted to the position of a project manager by exemplifying the characteristics of a model intern. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsManagement FellowsSimilar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsIntern DirectorsSeaside Sustainability’s internship program has been growing steadily since its creation, and now has the capacity to offer another management position to exceptional interns. Similar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skills.AdvisorsSeaside Sustainability’s Community Advisory Team members work directly with our Executive Director, Eric Magers, and work alongside Board members, Intern Directors, Management Fellows, other Community Advisors and a large cadre of interns organized in teams to further advance the organization’s goals. Common Advisor duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Leading implementation of new management and organizational processes and procedures across the program. Delegating tasks to appropriate team members. Working closely with the Human Resources team to manage and oversee recruitment for future internship sessions. Collecting and analyzing feedback from interns throughout the program to gauge satisfaction and success. Skills Needed: Good communication with people of all walks of life, Leadership skills, Experience coordinating groups of people, A strong desire to facilitate a positive, hands-on internship experience.​Make Sure To Follow Seaside on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seasusinc/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seasusinc/Twitter: https://twitter.com/seasusincYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDqPZWdPIQG37aaSC7NShOgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/seaside-sustainability-inc/Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4lfTZpbv0ELrkU2po8SRfoAnd remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society www.nstem.org for another great internship opportunity!

Environmental Justice Team Virtual/Remote Internship at Seaside Sustainability, Inc.

Employer: Seaside Sustainability, Inc. - Business and Partnership Development Team
Expires: 12/23/2024
Environmental JusticeThe Environmental Justice department focuses on advancing Seaside’s environmental initiatives through the inclusion of historically disinvested regions to share resources, information, and opportunities to increase community resilience to changing climate factors. The department was formed out of the recognition that all people have the right to live, work, and play in communities that are safe, healthy, and free of life-threatening conditions. The team is highly collaborative and is structured to have an ambassador from each Seaside department whose role is to incorporate EJ components into their team's current projects. Through the use of available GIS maps, interns will conduct research, outreach and partnership forming with nonprofits, schools, and businesses with the purpose of involving them in Seaside's current and future initiatives. As a new department, EJ is looking to fill intern and management positions.Our ResponsibilitiesCoordinate and communicate with other departments on current initiatives and areas of EJ potentialConduct outreach to EJ community-based nonprofits, schools, and businesses with the goal of creating partnerships around our services (GSGD, Sustainability Consulting, etc..) Organize partnership data on Hubspot, create partner outreach templates, and reach out to potential partners to develop relationshipsPreferred SkillsStrong research skills, and the ability to synthesize research into accessible terms that everyone can understandHighly organized Project Management Skills Time ManagementExcellent Communication both written and verballySelf MotivatedDesired Experience:Coursework focused on environmental justice, equity, inclusion, and diversity.Community Outreach and partnership building Collaborating with multiple teams on joint projects“Sustainability, Education, Action”What is Seaside: Seaside Sustainability is a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to community engagement, public education, and environmental conservation. Seaside aims to be a leader in environmental and STEM educational programs and recognition initiatives. We help by promoting public awareness about the importance of environmental health, providing resources to develop problem-solving skills, and chances to get engaged as part of a community to take action. We organize our works and initiatives around these areas: plastic mitigation, marine citizen science, sustainability education, and solar energy in the community. Why Intern at Seaside: Seaside’s internship program is hands-down one of the best in the area! With its roots firmly seated in education and hands-on learning, there is no doubt that that is why we have more than 50 interns at any given point throughout the year. Our programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, young and old, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. An internship at Seaside allows you to explore a myriad of internship opportunities, relevant to almost any future interest. Join Seaside Sustainability for any season, or during breaks in your school schedule. We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work on a diverse and challenging array of projects and initiatives. We are accepting applications for unpaid internships, with hours available any day of the week and practically any time of day: weekdays, weekends, and evenings included. We prefer to have our local interns work in person at the office in Gloucester, and we also invite interns from all over the United States and internationally to apply. Seaside Sustainability provides interns with real and meaningful work, and internships are available in any season with flexible time schedules. Mission: Seaside Sustainability's mission is to preserve and protect the world's oceans, seas, wetlands, and estuaries by motivating citizens to evaluate the critical issues facing the water environment, educating the public on best practices for sustainability, and providing guidance for taking effective action. Among our most important areas of focus are the elimination of consumer plastics and the creation of educational programs for students of all ages. By partnering with diverse stakeholders, including educational institutions, environmental groups, and other organizations across the public and private sectors, Seaside Sustainability is committed to building an informed citizenry to address the sustainability of water-based ecosystems in communities around the world. Vision Statement: Seaside’s programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, of all ages, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. We believe that environmental challenges can be overcome by instilling ethical and social responsibility into our existence. And we address these challenges by illuminating the heavy costs of environmental degradation by providing resources to develop skills, solutions, and community involvement. What Interns Do at Seaside Sustainability: Our interns are not limited to just one role; we encourage each intern to take advantage of the opportunity to explore a variety of roles and responsibilities. Our interns are never bored as they’re always given real and meaningful work that is essential to the day-to-day operation of the company. As an intern with Seaside Sustainability, you will be asked to perform a myriad of tasks, most of which can also be found at https://www.seasidesustainability.org/intern-details.  Market Research Weekly Work: In order to fulfill our mission, we need to communicate with educators who are passionate about sustainability. To meet our weekly goals of outreach to these educators, all interns are required to spend no more than 2-hours a week collecting this critical and game changing information. When you are researching these educators, you are literally selecting the people who will be changing the lives of their students by taking part in our programs. This role is one of the most important parts of working here at Seaside. You will gain so many useful skills such as how to be a more effective researcher and how to remain organized all while playing a key role in expanding the size and scale of Seaside. As Interns join Seaside’s leadership, they take on increasing responsibilities and are not required to do weekly information collection. Course Credit: Students may receive course credit for this internship. Staff will work with the intern’s school/advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork. Requirements: Seaside Sustainability requires interns to work at least 15 hours per week.   President’s Volunteer Service Award: Seaside Sustainability is now certified to give out the “President’s Volunteer Service Award” to eligible interns. This award was created to, “recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.” This is a great achievement to put on your resume! What are the requirements for this award?Must be a citizen of the United States or a lawful permanent residentAll hours must be completed within a 12-month period to be counted towards the final totalAll hours must be tracked in Seaside’s weekly shift report to be countedDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement: Seaside recognizes that environmental issues are human issues, and therefore everyone has a right to be a part of the solution. Seaside is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes all participants irrespective of their gender, race, sexuality, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, or socioeconomic status. The demographics of our internship program directly reflects the composition of our national outreach while the composition of our board more reflects the local composition of our communities. With the understanding that Environmental Issues disproportionately affect low income communities, minority communities, and communities of color, we are actively seeking to ensure that our environmental work, our projects, and programs are crafted in a way that both reflects and aids in combating the plight of minorities, of people of color, of economically challenged, and other disadvantaged individuals.General Skills Needed:Passionate and dedicated to making a difference in the environmentGood virtual communication skills                       Comfortable working in teams Good time management skillsWillingness to learn and work outside of their comfort zone Basic knowledge of communication technology (G-Suite, Zoom, Email) Leadership skillsManagement RolesProject ManagersSeaside Sustainability’s rapid growth is requiring the organization to look for enthusiastic students who wish to take their passion for the environment to the next level. To promote this, Seaside will provide Project Managers with a professionally guided internship that assists with intern management strategies and supports their aspirations for career development. PMs take the lead on more than 20 Seaside projects ranging from 2-10 team members working virtually. Being a Project Manager is truly a win-win situation: the environment benefits, interns benefit, and project managers gain invaluable experience. We are actively seeking to recruit college students, graduate students, and those with leadership experience to fulfill the role of a project manager. Interns at Seaside Sustainability may be promoted to the position of a project manager by exemplifying the characteristics of a model intern. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsManagement FellowsSimilar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsIntern DirectorsSeaside Sustainability’s internship program has been growing steadily since its creation, and now has the capacity to offer another management position to exceptional interns. Similar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skills.AdvisorsSeaside Sustainability’s Community Advisory Team members work directly with our Executive Director, Eric Magers, and work alongside Board members, Intern Directors, Management Fellows, other Community Advisors and a large cadre of interns organized in teams to further advance the organization’s goals. Common Advisor duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Leading implementation of new management and organizational processes and procedures across the program. Delegating tasks to appropriate team members. Working closely with the Human Resources team to manage and oversee recruitment for future internship sessions. Collecting and analyzing feedback from interns throughout the program to gauge satisfaction and success. Skills Needed: Good communication with people of all walks of life, Leadership skills, Experience coordinating groups of people, A strong desire to facilitate a positive, hands-on internship experience.​Make Sure To Follow Seaside on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seasusinc/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seasusinc/Twitter: https://twitter.com/seasusincYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDqPZWdPIQG37aaSC7NShOgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/seaside-sustainability-inc/Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4lfTZpbv0ELrkU2po8SRfoAnd remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society www.nstem.org for another great internship opportunity! Check with your school's Internship Coordinator BEFORE accepting the hiring offer to determine if this position satisfies the criteria for receiving academic credit.

Marine Science & Education Virtual/Remote Internship at Seaside Sustainability, Inc.

Employer: Seaside Sustainability, Inc. - Blue Technology & Ocean Cleaning Solutions
Expires: 01/23/2025
Marine Science & EducationOur team focuses on ecological restoration, community engagement, and research that ultimately protects our waterways and coastal environments. In the past, we have run field trips and volunteer days in the Gloucester area and performed a series of field projects, including plastic and invasive species mitigation, sea level rise data collection, and others. In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have implemented more virtual programming to involve our community in a meaningful and safe way. The ideal MS&E intern should be passionate about sustainability and knowledgeable about current issues related to our environment.MS&E initiatives include: mitigating marine debris via various initiatives, creating educational materials to facilitate citizen science, writing and releasing a monthly newsletter dedicated to climate change, assisting in research for the Chebacco Lake restoration work, collaborating with other Seaside teams, and more!Desired skills: Outstanding writing and communication skillsAbility to work in a collaborative and interpersonal environment Must be able to perform literature reviews and extensive research into a wide range of topicsShould be able to organize and write about advanced scientific information for the general public Knowledge of how and when to cite sources (APA preferred)Desired experience: Research (preferably in STEM) Performance of scientific literature reviews and interaction with academic publicationsCourses in environmental science, sustainability, or environmental justice Jobs in sustainabilityExperience creating educational materials for children or the average citizenArcGIS experience is a bonus! “Sustainability, Education, Action”What is Seaside: Seaside Sustainability is a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to community engagement, public education, and environmental conservation. Seaside aims to be a leader in environmental and STEM educational programs and recognition initiatives. We help by promoting public awareness about the importance of environmental health, providing resources to develop problem-solving skills, and chances to get engaged as part of a community to take action. We organize our works and initiatives around these areas: plastic mitigation, marine citizen science, sustainability education, and solar energy in the community. Why Intern at Seaside: Seaside’s internship program is hands-down one of the best in the area! With its roots firmly seated in education and hands-on learning, there is no doubt that that is why we have more than 50 interns at any given point throughout the year. Our programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, young and old, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. An internship at Seaside allows you to explore a myriad of internship opportunities, relevant to almost any future interest. Join Seaside Sustainability for any season, or during breaks in your school schedule. We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work on a diverse and challenging array of projects and initiatives. We are accepting applications for unpaid internships, with hours available any day of the week and practically any time of day: weekdays, weekends, and evenings included. We prefer to have our local interns work in person at the office in Gloucester, and we also invite interns from all over the United States and internationally to apply. Seaside Sustainability provides interns with real and meaningful work, and internships are available in any season with flexible time schedules. Mission: Seaside Sustainability's mission is to preserve and protect the world's oceans, seas, wetlands, and estuaries by motivating citizens to evaluate the critical issues facing the water environment, educating the public on best practices for sustainability, and providing guidance for taking effective action. Among our most important areas of focus are the elimination of consumer plastics and the creation of educational programs for students of all ages. By partnering with diverse stakeholders, including educational institutions, environmental groups, and other organizations across the public and private sectors, Seaside Sustainability is committed to building an informed citizenry to address the sustainability of water-based ecosystems in communities around the world. Vision Statement: Seaside’s programs and initiatives encourage members of the community, of all ages, to build and nurture a relationship with local land and seascapes. We believe that environmental challenges can be overcome by instilling ethical and social responsibility into our existence. And we address these challenges by illuminating the heavy costs of environmental degradation by providing resources to develop skills, solutions, and community involvement. What Interns Do at Seaside Sustainability: Our interns are not limited to just one role; we encourage each intern to take advantage of the opportunity to explore a variety of roles and responsibilities. Our interns are never bored as they’re always given real and meaningful work that is essential to the day-to-day operation of the company. As an intern with Seaside Sustainability, you will be asked to perform a myriad of tasks, most of which can also be found at https://www.seasidesustainability.org/intern-details.  Market Research Weekly Work: In order to fulfill our mission, we need to communicate with educators who are passionate about sustainability. To meet our weekly goals of outreach to these educators, all interns are required to spend no more than 2-hours a week collecting this critical and game changing information. When you are researching these educators, you are literally selecting the people who will be changing the lives of their students by taking part in our programs. This role is one of the most important parts of working here at Seaside. You will gain so many useful skills such as how to be a more effective researcher and how to remain organized all while playing a key role in expanding the size and scale of Seaside. As Interns join Seaside’s leadership, they take on increasing responsibilities and are not required to do weekly information collection. Course Credit: Students may receive course credit for this internship. Staff will work with the intern’s school/advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork.  Check with your school's Internship Coordinator BEFORE accepting the hiring offer to determine if this position satisfies the criteria for receiving academic credit.Requirements: Seaside Sustainability requires interns to work at least 15 hours per week.   President’s Volunteer Service Award: Seaside Sustainability is now certified to give out the “President’s Volunteer Service Award” to eligible interns. This award was created to, “recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.” This is a great achievement to put on your resume! What are the requirements for this award?Must be a citizen of the United States or a lawful permanent residentAll hours must be completed within a 12-month period to be counted towards the final totalAll hours must be tracked in Seaside’s weekly shift report to be countedDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement: Seaside recognizes that environmental issues are human issues, and therefore everyone has a right to be a part of the solution. Seaside is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes all participants irrespective of their gender, race, sexuality, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, or socioeconomic status. The demographics of our internship program directly reflects the composition of our national outreach while the composition of our board more reflects the local composition of our communities. With the understanding that Environmental Issues disproportionately affect low income communities, minority communities, and communities of color, we are actively seeking to ensure that our environmental work, our projects, and programs are crafted in a way that both reflects and aids in combating the plight of minorities, of people of color, of economically challenged, and other disadvantaged individuals.General Skills Needed:Passionate and dedicated to making a difference in the environmentGood virtual communication skills                       Comfortable working in teams Good time management skillsWillingness to learn and work outside of their comfort zone Basic knowledge of communication technology (G-Suite, Zoom, Email) Leadership skillsManagement RolesProject ManagersSeaside Sustainability’s rapid growth is requiring the organization to look for enthusiastic students who wish to take their passion for the environment to the next level. To promote this, Seaside will provide Project Managers with a professionally guided internship that assists with intern management strategies and supports their aspirations for career development. PMs take the lead on more than 20 Seaside projects ranging from 2-10 team members working virtually. Being a Project Manager is truly a win-win situation: the environment benefits, interns benefit, and project managers gain invaluable experience. We are actively seeking to recruit college students, graduate students, and those with leadership experience to fulfill the role of a project manager. Interns at Seaside Sustainability may be promoted to the position of a project manager by exemplifying the characteristics of a model intern. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsManagement FellowsSimilar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skillsIntern DirectorsSeaside Sustainability’s internship program has been growing steadily since its creation, and now has the capacity to offer another management position to exceptional interns. Similar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include: interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success. Skills Needed: Project development, Task delegation, Superior organizational and communication skills.AdvisorsSeaside Sustainability’s Community Advisory Team members work directly with our Executive Director, Eric Magers, and work alongside Board members, Intern Directors, Management Fellows, other Community Advisors and a large cadre of interns organized in teams to further advance the organization’s goals. Common Advisor duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Leading implementation of new management and organizational processes and procedures across the program. Delegating tasks to appropriate team members. Working closely with the Human Resources team to manage and oversee recruitment for future internship sessions. Collecting and analyzing feedback from interns throughout the program to gauge satisfaction and success. Skills Needed: Good communication with people of all walks of life, Leadership skills, Experience coordinating groups of people, A strong desire to facilitate a positive, hands-on internship experience.​Check with your school's Internship Coordinator BEFORE accepting the hiring offer to determine if this position satisfies the criteria for receiving academic creditMake Sure To Follow Seaside on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seasusinc/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seasusinc/Twitter: https://twitter.com/seasusincYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDqPZWdPIQG37aaSC7NShOgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/seaside-sustainability-inc/Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4lfTZpbv0ELrkU2po8SRfoAnd remember to check out our partner organization National STEM Honor Society www.nstem.org for another great internship opportunity!

Pista de gestión/negocios de nivel básico-bilingüe con fluidez español/inglés at Globe Life

Employer: Globe Life
Expires: 07/21/2024
Buscamos Graduados, Postgraduados y Estudiantes con ganas de iniciarse en el mundo empresarial. Aprenderá por sí mismo y podrá asesorar a otros sobre la mejor ruta de protección de activos e ingresos, así como sobre la planificación de la jubilación y los gastos finales.Potencial de ingresos de 6 cifras en su primer añoJubilarse en 10 añosTrabajo remoto, Ingreso residualPago semanal y bonificacionesRecompensas por desempeñoBeneficios del SeguroRequisitos:Verificación de antecedentessin delitos gravescomputadora portátilTeléfono móvil,mentalidad de crecimiento,bilingüe con fluidez español/inglés Durante las entrevistas: asegúrese de que su cámara esté encendida, que se encuentre en un entorno adecuado para la entrevista y que su nombre de usuario de Zoom sea su nombre y apellido.Si es seleccionado para avanzar en el proceso de contratación, se le invitará a programar una entrevista final.

Senior Automation Engineer at Cargotec - Hiab, Kalmar, MacGregor

Employer: Cargotec - Hiab, Kalmar, MacGregor - KALMAR
Expires: 07/18/2024
Senior Automation EngineerKalmar keeps global trade moving. Our innovative solutions contribute to every fourth container movement in the world and help transform the future of cargo handling. We believe in collaboration, delivering on our promises and that people make the difference. Purpose of the positionKalmar USA, Inc. (Ottawa, KS) is seeking to fill multiple Sr. Automation Engineer Positions. Role will be responsible for the design, development, documentation, functionality testing and revision of embedded SW code and applications used to operate, manage and interface with embedded microcontrollers, sensors and integrated CAN comm networks incorporated, for example, as part of  hydraulic control systems and power drive control systems etc., incorporated on Kalmar Autoshuttle shuttle carriers, Kalmar AutoStrad straddle carriers and Kalmar Automated Stacking Cranes, in order to ensure that the auto sys on Kalmar cranes and carriers delivered to customers operate satisfactorily and integrate with customers' existing systems.  Main tasks and responsibilitiesResponsible for the design and development, architecture documentation, functionality testing and revision control of embedded SW code used to manage, operate and communicate with hardware peripherals and file systems within embedded devices as well as to create operator interfaces with embedded devices through both wireless and fiber-based networks. Interfacing with electrical or systems engineers in order to gather and analyze requirements related to SW supported machine functions. Designing and implementing embedded machine control and comm SW applications and application components in C, C++, Assembly, and SQL in multiple application frameworks, including Q-T, and on multiple operating platforms, including Linux and Windows, based on Matlab models, functional design docs, SW engineering requirements and applicable industry standards, such as CAN, which optimize and balance the following goals: run-time performance, memory requirements, simplicity and correctness, dev time and effort, reusability, extendibility, reliability and safety.Creating SW requirements specs that have correct and sufficient details for SW implementation. Participating in the SW testing, including the development of automated test plans, test scripts and unit tests. Testing, troubleshooting and debugging embedded sys SW issues through rigorous testing, including the development and execution of automated test plans, test scripts and unit tests, and then document resolutions to the issues. Developing updates to sys SW documentation to support changes in requirements and related subsystems or systems. Assisting with the development and testing of the on-board peripheral and operator comm networks utilized for machine control operations, including configuring PLC and HMI system as well as creating SCADA interfaces. Assisting with the design, development, programming, testing, implementing and tuning of stored procedures and DB server engines that facilitate access and query of the back-end object-oriented and relational DB sys employed for machine control. Maintaining awareness of embedded SW dev activities to maximize the reuse of existing internal or external SW components in order to shorten the product dev cycle as well as increase productivity and quality.Configuring wireless devices for smart comm interfaces. Implementing Modbus and Profinet comm sys. Designing ladder logic using schematics and troubleshooting real-time issues related to ladder logic. Performing PLC hardware configuration and troubleshooting for comm sys and VFD (variable frequency drive) electro-mechanical drive sys. Peer-reviewing other SW engineers' changes/designs. Assisting in field testing of SW and sys developed. Anticipating operational problems by studying operating targets, modes of op, unit limitations as well as monitoring unit performance. Liaising with cross-functional groups as well as OEM and other end customers on issues of sys design, specification, engrng dev and production release to help drive product dev from initial concept design stage through to final product release as well as to resolve post-release op concerns. Investigating and evaluating applicable technologies and techniques and introduce promising technologies and techniques into the organization. What you’ll need to succeedMaster's degree in field of Electrical, Electronics, Mechanical or Computer Engineering.Four months middleware administration experience for machine automation performing the design, development, implementation, support, troubleshooting, or maintenance of: embedded middle-tier applications for the programmable logic controller (PLC) and human machine Interface (HMI) sys; SCADA interfaces to acquire data from sensors and network devices connected to PLC and HMIs; Modbus or Profinet comm sys; and programmable automation controllers (PAC). Position may be performed from anywhere in U.S.  Position requires limited travel (10%) to customer sites at container port and terminal sites located throughout the U.S.  Qualified U.S. workers are encouraged to apply for this position. You will be part ofWe offer a supportive, challenging and diverse working environment with competitive compensation and fantastic best-in-class benefits packages, including 401(k), medical, dental, vision and life insurance plans with paid vacation and ten paid holidays.If you are seeking a challenging and rewarding career, are motivated and have a strong work ethic, and are interested in working in a world-class, global environment with state-of-the-art projects and technology then we invite you to apply for our role. Interested to join?Please submit your resume/CV today! Kalmar is part of CargotecKalmar is the global leader in sustainable cargo handling for ports, terminals, distribution centres and heavy industry. With our extensive electric portfolio and global service network, we help our customers move towards safer, more eco-efficient and productive operations. Together, we develop innovative solutions that shape the future of our industry, improving our customers’ every move. www.kalmarglobal.comKalmar is part of Cargotec. Cargotec's (Nasdaq Helsinki: CGCBV) sales in 2022 totalled approximately EUR 4 billion and it employs around 11,500 people. www.cargotec.com 

Opportunity at DOE Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management at Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education

Employer: Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education - Department of Energy
Expires: 07/18/2024
DOE Science, Technology and Policy Program Opportunity – DOE Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Managementhttps://www.zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/DOE-STP-FECM-2024 About the Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon ManagementThe Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management (FECM) is seeking motivated students, postgraduates, and faculty to participate in projects at the forefront of the clean energy transition, helping to address the climate crisis through a 12-month fellowship with FECM. FECM plays an important role in providing solutions that address the climate crisis. This includes working to minimize the climate and environmental impacts of fossil energy and key industrial processes to help achieve net-zero emissions across the United States economy. The office works to achieve that mission in ways that benefit communities, provide high-wage jobs, and support domestic energy, industry, and manufacturing.  The overall focus is to ensure the nation’s energy security, build sustainable supply chains, and significantly accelerate reductions in greenhouse gas emissions—all at the same time. What will I be doing?As an ORISE participant, you will:Gain insight into the Federal government's role in the creation of clean energy technology research and development.Contribute to a project, or projects, related to energy and climate change policies by applying scientific and technical knowledge.Continue your education and involvement in areas that support the DOE mission either in a technical or policy-related area. Become part of a team and be mentored by highly trained staff that support research, development, demonstration, and deployment of carbon management technologies and infrastructure to reduce carbon emissions and other environmental impacts of fossil fuel production and use.Appointment Location:  Washington, D.C.Germantown, MDRemote Appointments May be approvedParticipant Benefits: A stipend will be based on appointment level and commensurate with qualifications:Student: Selected applicant will receive a stipend starting at $50,000 (up to $75,000).Postgraduate: Selected applicant will receive a stipend starting at $75,000 (up to $100,000).Faculty: Selected applicant will receive a stipend starting at $100,000 (up to $125,000).FECM will provide a supplemental stipend to offset the costs of health insurance. Participants are eligible to purchase health insurance plans offered through ORISE.  Participants may receive an allowance for education and/or scientific activities as approved by FECM. Travel expenses may be approvedApply Today! https://www.zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/DOE-STP-FECM-2024The details: You must be a U.S. Citizen with a Bachelor’s, Master’s, or Doctoral Degree, or currently pursuingProgram Website: https://www.energy.gov/fecm/office-fossil-energy-and-carbon-managementQuestions? Email [email protected]. Please list the reference code [DOE-STP-FECM-2024] for this opportunity in the subject line of your email

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