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Southern California Internships

Have you ever dreamed of working for Disney? Or Nickelodeon? Or Boeing? Check out these fantastic opportunities for summer internships and start living your dream today!

 

UnionBanCal Corp. (Los Angeles, CA)

STUDENT INTERN – FOREIGN EXCHANGE (LOS ANGELES, CA)-30647

Posting Link:       https://internbound.com/internship/12524/

 

UnionBanCal Corp. (Irvine, CA)

STUDENT INTERN – RETAIL RISK MANAGEMENT (ORANGE, CA)-30506

Posting Link:      https://internbound.com/internship/12525/

 

Viacom Inc. Nickelodeon Games Div. (Glendale, CA)

SUMMER 2014- Nickelodeon Animation Studio Internship Program – Burbank, CA

Posting Link:       https://internbound.com/internship/12553/

 

Unisys Corp. (Irvine, CA) 

Software Engineer Intern Job [276833]

Posting Link:       https://internbound.com/internship/12554/

 

Boeing Satellite Systems (El Segundo CA)

DME Intern Student Engineer [14-1005907]

Posting Link:       https://internbound.com/internship/12556/

 

Disney ABC Television Group (Burbank CA)

Disney Television Animation Operations Internship – Summer 2014 [180879BR]

Posting Link:       https://internbound.com/internship/12557/

Corporate Alliance Management Internship – Summer 2014 [175739BR]

Posting Link:       https://internbound.com/internship/12561/

Disney Music Group Marketing Internship, Studios – Summer 2014 [160483BR]

Posting Link:       https://internbound.com/internship/12563/

Corporate Financial Planning & Analysis [173996BR]

Posting Link:       https://internbound.com/internship/12571/

 

Disney Consumer Products (Glendale, CA) 

Product Marketing Internship, Disney Interactive- Summer 2014 [181511BR]

Posting Link:       https://internbound.com/internship/12558/

Social Media Marketing Internship, Disney Interactive- Summer 2014

Posting Link:       https://internbound.com/internship/12559/

Software Engineering Internship, Disney Interactive- Summer 2014 [181510BR]

Posting Link:        https://internbound.com/internship/12560/

HR Recruitment Internship, DCP Stores – Summer, Fall [180252BR]

Posting Link:        https://internbound.com/internship/12562/

Animation and Character Art Internship, DCP – Summer, Fall [162121BR]

Posting Link:        https://internbound.com/internship/12564/

Central Creative Graphic Design Internship, DCP – Summer, Fall [162120BR]

Posting Link:         https://internbound.com/internship/12565/

Licensing Softlines Fashion Internship, DCP – Summer/Fall [160463BR]

Posting Link:          https://internbound.com/internship/12566/

Concept Art Internship, Disney Interactive- Summer 2014 [175719BR]

Posting Link:          https://internbound.com/internship/12567/

Concept Art Internship, Disney Interactive- Summer 2014 [175719BR]

Posting Link:          https://internbound.com/internship/12568/

HR Information Systems Internship, Disney Interactive- Summer 2014 [175038BR]

Posting Link:          https://internbound.com/internship/12569/

Workforce Analytics Grad Internship, Disney Interactive- Summer 2014 [175039BR]

Posting Link:          https://internbound.com/internship/12570/

Yellow Shoes Associate Art Director/Design Internship, CA – Fall 2014 [162294BR]

Posting Link:          https://internbound.com/internship/12572/

Yellow Shoes Copywriter/Concept Internship, CA – Fall 2014 [163262BR]

Posting Link:         https://internbound.com/internship/12573/

Data Analytics Graduate Internship, Disney Interactive- Summer 2014 [174600BR]

Posting Link:         https://internbound.com/internship/12574/

Digital Production Internship – Glendale CA Fall 2014 [174599BR]

Posting Link:         https://internbound.com/internship/12575/

Summer RA Applications

Students: are you looking to get involved in Housing and Residence Life this summer? Are you staying in Spokane or taking summer classes and need a place to live? Well then do I have a great opportunity for you!

The time has come to recruit Summer RAs and RAs for the STEP/GUST program! Both are great opportunities for students to stay involved this summer, and add a new and unique experience to their resumes. Students do not have to have any prior RA experience, and do not have to be serving as an RA next year either. They can have other jobs on top of the RA position, and are allowed to take vacations. It is a pretty flexible experience that we really encourage you all to be a part of!

Here is the timeline for the Summer and STEP/GUST RA process:

  • Applications due: Friday April 4, 2014 by 1pm (to me via email)
  • Interviews will be held between April 9-11, 2014
  • Decisions will be made by April 16, 2014
  • Training for (Summer RAs only) will be held on Friday May 16th

See below for more information!

 

Summer RA Position

 

Responsibilities/Duties:

 

  • Prepare housing facilities (Corkery and Kennedy) for use; inspect rooms; conduct damage assessments; complete Apartment Condition Reports (ACRs); initiate work orders; prepare keys and check-in / -out packets; post signs.
  • Conduct resident check-in / -out processes according to established procedures; distribute/collect key packets, ACRs, and other materials; explain policies and procedures, answer questions; note missing keys; reset common areas or other spaces to original configuration, etc.  On specific, designated dates (see below), there will be large-scale check-in / -out events, during which time Summer RAs will staff check-in / -out stations; on other occasions, Summer RAs may conduct check-ins / -outs individually and after-hours.
  • Serve in a weekly on-duty rotation with the other Summer RAs between the hours of 4:30 PM – 8:30 AM Monday – Friday and 24 hours Saturday and Sunday.  Conduct nightly rounds as directed by supervisor.  Provide assistance, oversight, supervision, and conflict resolution for residents.  Complete incident reports and activity logs as needed.
  • Be available to residents regularly during evenings (7 PM – 11 PM) and weekends throughout the summer.
  • Reside (i.e. live and sleep) in assigned hall and provide assistance to residents as requested.
  • Perform other tasks in support of Housing and Residence Life as assigned.
  • Some basic physical requirements include but are not limited to: standing or sitting in one location for an extended period of time, walking from various points on campus frequently during a given work shift, being able to move and/or carry large items such as tables, chairs, linen bundles, etc.
  • With the help of other Summer RAs, coordinate one (1) event per Summer Session for the residents of Kennedy and Corkery.

 

Work Schedule:

 

  • Evening and weekend hours are required.
  • On-duty rotation is on a weekly basis with each staff member having an average of 3 weeks of duty over the course of the summer
  • Tentative Check-in days: Saturday, May 18th – Sunday, May 19th and Saturday, June 29th – Sunday, June 30thst
  • Tentative Check-out days:  Friday, June 28th – Saturday, June 29th and Saturday, August 9th – Sunday, August 10th
  • Other commitments (other jobs, volunteering, vacation or travel, etc.) must be secondary to this position.  If recurrent conflicts arise, employment with GU is subject to termination.

 

Employment Period:

 

  • Friday, May 16th – Thursday, August 21st 2014; however, persons who will serve on the 2014-15 Residence Life staff will be released to attend fall training.
  • Time off may be granted; however, opportunities for time off during check-in and check-out times may be limited.  Requests must be submitted 2 weeks in advance.
  • There is a mandatory training session tentatively scheduled for Friday May 16th, 2014.

 

Compensation:

 

  • A single occupancy apartment room (minimum) for duration of employment as a Summer Resident Assistant.
  • As with most non-faculty positions at Gonzaga, Summer Resident Assistants are employed at will.

 

Application Procedure:

 

  • Applications are available electronically by request from Justin Muzzi at muzzi@gonzaga.edu
  • Complete the application and email it to Justin Muzzi at muzzi@gonzaga.edu  by Friday, April 4, 2014 @ 1:00 PM.
  • Applications will be reviewed beginning April 4, 2014 and qualified applicants will be invited to interview from April 9-11.
  • This application and interview process applies to current and former Residence Life employees as well.
  • Applicants will be notified of their standing in the process by Wednesday, April 16th.

 

STEP/GUST RA Position

 

Responsibilities/Duties:

 

  • Prepare housing facilities (Lincoln and Alliance) for use; inspect rooms; conduct damage assessments; complete Room Condition Reports (RCRs); initiate work orders; prepare keys and check-in / -out packets; post signs.
  • Conduct resident check-in / -out processes according to established procedures; distribute/collect key packets, RCRs, and other materials; explain policies and procedures, answer questions; note missing keys; reset common areas or other spaces to original configuration, etc.  On specific, designated dates, there will be large-scale check-in / -out events, during which time STEP/GUST RAs will staff check-in / -out stations; on other occasions, STEP/GUST RAs may conduct check-ins / -outs individually and after-hours.
  • Serve on an on-duty rotation with the other STEP/GUST RAs between the hours of 7:00 PM – 7:00 AM every day.  Conduct nightly rounds as directed by supervisor.  Provide assistance, oversight, supervision, and conflict resolution in Lincoln/Alliance.  Complete incident reports and activity logs as needed.
  • Conduct one (1) One-on-One meeting with each resident over the course of the STEP/GUST program.
  • Be available to residents regularly during evenings (7 PM – 11 PM) and weekends throughout the summer.
  • Reside (i.e. live and sleep) in Lincoln/Alliance Hall and provide assistance to residents as requested.
  • Perform other tasks in support of the STEP/GUST programs
  • Attend all programs and activities arranged for residents.  These activities are free of cost to you and occur 1-3 times per week.
  • Attend three training meetings the week prior to the students arriving.
  • Some basic physical requirements include but are not limited to: standing or sitting in one location for an extended period of time, walking from various points on campus frequently during a given work shift, being able to move and/or carry large items such as tables, chairs, linen bundles, etc.

 

Work Schedule:

  • On duty rotation will equate to approximately one full week every three weeks.
  • Other commitments (other jobs, volunteering, vacation or travel, etc.) must be secondary to this position.  If recurrent conflicts arise, employment with GU is subject to termination.  This program is time intensive and will not allow for time away from Spokane for the 7 week period that the students are present.
  • There will be a meeting every Monday morning with the entire Step staff.

 

Employment Period:

 

  • You are required to be on campus and available for work June 23 – August 15, 2014.
  • Three training meetings are tentatively scheduled to occur the week of June 16, 2014.
  • STEP/GUST residents move in starting on June 29, 2014.

 

Compensation:

 

  • Free housing in Lincoln/Alliance Hall for the entire summer.
  • $300 stipend for the six week program.
  • Free food and admission to all resident events which may include Bowling, Laser Tag, Movie Night, Wolffy’s Night, and many more.
  • As with most non-faculty positions at Gonzaga, STEP/GUST Resident Assistants are employed at will.

 

Application Procedure:

 

  • Applications are available electronically by request from Justin Muzzi at muzzi@gonzaga.edu
  • Complete the application and email it to Justin Muzzi at muzzi@gonzaga.edu  by Friday, April 4, 2014 @ 1:00 PM.
  • Applications will be reviewed beginning April 4, 2014 and qualified applicants will be invited to interview from April 9-11.
  • This application and interview process applies to current and former Residence Life employees as well.
  • Applicants will be notified of their standing in the process by Wednesday, April 16th.

 

Seattle Internship Opportunities

Are you a Pacific Northwest fan? Going back home to the Seattle area for summer break? Check out these Seattle internship opportunities and apply ASAP!

Amazon.com, Inc. (Seattle WA)
 
Amazon Photo Studio Intern [250107]
 
Software Development Engineer/SDET Intern (ID 237396)
 
Retail Leadership Development Program-MBA Intern ( 233744)
 
Human Resources Assistant Intern – University Fulfillment (229695)   
 
Business Analyst Intern (249557)
 
Visual Design Internship (248850)
 
Facilities Engineering Intern – University Fulfillment (229698)
 
Process Engineering Intern (250996)
 
UX Design Internship (ID 246912)
 
MLS Intern – Speech (245871)
 
Packaging Engineering Co-op/Internship (ID 250059)
 
 
CBS Interactive (Portland, OR)         
 
Summer 2014 Download.com Product Intern [17626BR]
 
 Summer 2014 Software Engineering Intern [15975BR]
 
 
Kiewit Corp. Bridge Marine District (Vancouver WA)         
 
KB&M Business Manager Intern [TMP-NB00009660-E-02]
 
Kiewit Bridge & Marine Intern [NB00009352-E-03]
Posting Link:        https://internbound.com/internship/11983/
 
Western Summit Intern Fall 2014 [1306]
Posting Link:         https://internbound.com/internship/11986/
  
Leadership Development\Training Intern TIC Corporate [1355]
Posting Link:          https://internbound.com/internship/11988/
 
 Western Summit Safety Intern Fall 2014 [1307]
 Posting Link:          https://internbound.com/internship/11989/
 
 
C.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc. (Bellevue WA)
 
Transportation Logistics Internship (Summer 2014)
Posting Link:          https://internbound.com/internship/11990/

Business Internships at Boeing (Summer of 2013)

Attention GU Business Majors:

 

The Boeing Company has business internship opportunities for summer 2013 available in Washington State. Washington is the home of Commercial Airplanes and the site for other business units, including Boeing Defense, Space & Security, Shared Services Group, Boeing Capital Corporation, and Engineering, Operations & Technology.

 

The Boeing Company will begin accepting applications for 2013 summer business internships in Washington State between September 4 and November 30, 2012 and will be hosting five information sessions throughout the fall. We invite you to join a session to learn more about our internships, how to apply, and how to put your best foot forward.

 

INFORMATION SESSIONS WILL BE HELD:
August 31—12:00 p.m. PDT
September 11—10:30 a.m. PDT
September 20—2:30 p.m. PDT
October 1—9:30 a.m. PDT
October 19—1:00 p.m. PDT
To join a session please call in to our telecon and sign in to the Webex for the full presentation. Sessions are capped at 125 callers so please be sure to call in promptly.
Telecon Dial: 1-888-499-2539
Access code: 831 451 8#
WebEx Website: www.webex.com
Click “Attend a Meeting”
Meeting number: 897 529 850
Password: Interns13

 

Through a business internship with The Boeing Company, you will engage and contribute to our exciting projects as we continue to expand our product line and develop new technologies to meet our customer needs. The Internship Program is designed to challenge students in specific work assignments, as well as development and social activities throughout the summer. Summer business internships are available in the following disciplines: Finance, Accounting, Contracts, Supplier Management, Quality, Human Resources, and Program Management. These business opportunities are located within Washington State at major facilities in Seattle, Everett, Auburn, Kent, Tukwila, Renton, and Bellevue.

To be considered for an internship position, you must be pursuing a bachelor’s degree in business administration (or other business-related degree) and must be of junior or sophomore status, scheduled to graduate between August 2013 and June 2015.

 

Disney Internship Info Session 3/2/12

Disney Internship Info Session

Friday, March 2nd @ 3:15 p.m.

Road to Bali Conference Room (2nd Floor, Crosby)

Lacey Matzdorff, Disney College Program Campus Representative, will be presenting information and application tips on the Disney Internship Program for College Students!

 

Disney College Program Sizzle Reel Poster

As a Disney College Program participant, you’ll become part of the magic that is known worldwide. You’ll get valuable, on-the-job experience in our parks and resorts, and expand your knowledge in a classroom with international students. Discover new worlds and create long-lasting memories. Because here, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity will change your life forever.

Summer is Around the Corner…

Now that the sun is out, it’s so hard to stay focused on the work that needs to be done.  We are in the final push here at the Career Center for summer break is here!  Consider joining us this week for upcoming events!
  • Have a quick question from a job application to a quick resume check?  If so, join us for Drop-In Hours Tuesday from 12-1.  Staff is on hand to answer your questions and no appointment needed!
  • Not sure how to go about your job hunt? Join us for “Job Search Workshop”  Tuesday from 12-1 Road to Bali.
  • ATTENTION SENIORS:  We have one last “9-1-1” Seminar for you!  Join us, Thursday from 12-1 in the Road to Bali.  We can keep your fears at bay before you graduate in May.
  • Join us for the Class of 2010 Senior Social!  Thursday, 7 pm at the McCarthey.
  • Although the semester is wrapping up, we are still taking student appointments!  Need one? E-mail us at careercenter@gonzaga.edu.

Interested in Policy or Government?

Then check out this great internship opportunity in Washington D.C. for the summer.  1Sky is a national climate campaign working to mobilize a broad base of support for climate change legislation in 2010 from across all sectors and communities in this country.

1Sky is looking for motivated people to intern in 2010 with the following departments this summer:

  • Organizing and Outreach
  • Internet, Film and Media
  • Policy
  • Development and General Support
  • Communications

Internships run from June 7 to August 20th. For more information on the internship check it out here.  To find out more about 1Sky, go to their website at: http://www.1sky.org/

Ready for an Adventure this Summer?

Holland America will be hosting an info session Monday November 23rd at 6-8 pm in the Road to Bali.  The representative will discuss land based summer employment in Alaska as an opportunity for Gonzaga students.

The recruiter will hosting interviews in Spokane November 23-25th, so there is possibility of the info session developing into follow up with interviews immediately if students seemed interested.

For more information on open positions as well as to apply check out www.alaskatourjobs.com.

Hot Communication Leads in Portland

sunshine

Just as the summer is heating up throughout the Pacific Northwest (it’s hotter in Seattle/Portland than Spokane today!), I wanted to forward along a few job leads that have come into the Career Center recently. If you are job

hunting in Portland in the field of communications/non-profit or public relations, check them out!

  • The Washington County Visitors Association is hiring a temporary part-time marketing assistant. Hourly salary is $10-$14, depending on experience. Apply by July 31.  For the job listing go here. For the Association’s site, go here: http://www.visitwashingtoncountyoregon.com/
  • Legacy Health is seeking a part-time communications specialist to lead internal communications planning. This limited duration position is in NW Portland and not expected to extend beyond 4th quarter 2011. Hourly salary is $22.34 – $33.37. Visit Legacy Jobs and search job number 09-0770.
  • The Oregon Department of Revenue is hiring a communications managerMonthly salary is $4,670 – $6,889. Position closes July 31.

Are you a Social Media Butterfly?

Reser’s Fine Foods is hiring a three-month paid social media intern.  Send your resume, links to your profiles on two social media platforms you are active on (Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, LinkedIn, Yelp, YouTube, Digg, StumbleUpon, a blog) and one paragraph about why you are THE ONE. Be brief, be brilliant, and be entertaining: KarmenO@Resers.com

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