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Paid SoCal Internships!

Paid Internships in Southern California

from our friend Moryt at
Week of 2/2/15

Crane Aerospace & Electronics (Burbank CA)

Intern – Human Resources [3542]

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Engineering Intern [3520]

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DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc (Glendale CA)

Social Media Intern (Spring)

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Programming Intern -Unscripted

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Programming Intern – Scripted

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Programming Intern – Music

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Partner Management Intern (SP)

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C.H. Robinson Worldwide (Los Angeles West, CA)

Intern -World Class Internship [Logistics, Sourcing]

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Williston Summer Internship Program

Update: 4/20/15

There are two NEW open internships available:

one with Vector Control (ideal for science/bio/enviro majors) and one in Civil Engineering with the City of Williston.  If you are interested in either internship, please send your resume to Vicki Hucke at as soon as possible!

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Williston ND Summer Internships have been posted in ZagTrax

Each internship posting in includes the words “Williston Summer Internship Program” and then states the position, so students can search Williston and see all of them. Most are expiring February 22nd.


6 Engineering
2 Williston Parks and Recreation
1 Links of North Dakota Golf Course
2 Vector Control
1 Army Corps of Engineers Endangered & Threatened Species
1 Business Management at Smiling Moose Deli
1 Human Resource at Mercy Medical
1 Project Coordinator at Williston State College Foundation
1 Special Asst. to the President of Williston State College
1 Law Internship – posted in the GU Law School simplicity system

FREE Housing will be provided at Williston State College (residence hall)

Here are news stories featuring the GU students who interned in Williston, ND previously:


BIG Wings Media seeks Zag for summer internship

BIG Wings Media Summer Internship Opportunity

Title: Marketing Intern

Compensation: $10/Hr

Hours: 10-15 per week


Company Background:  BIG Wings Media specializes in online video marketing.  We use a suite of state of the art drone and production technologies to create exceptional marketing materials for clients from across a wide range of industries.

The Job:

Are you fascinated by visual arts, and have a skill for thinking creatively about the world around you?

Are you comfortable working directly with senior members to develop strategies and work on various business projects?

Does the idea of working with drones excite you?

We hope that these questions sparked a “yes” answer for you, because it certainly does for us.

We are looking for a unique individual who can “run with the bulls” and work in a creative and autonomous way right off the bat.  Our small team is comprised of fast paced thinkers who are on the constant look out for new strategies, business avenues and ideas to help differentiate our business.  The marketing intern will be responsible for distributing our online content amongst a variety of platforms depending on the project.  The role also has an extensive research component to keep up to date on new online marketing techniques, new platforms, and understand what platforms perform the best for certain demographics.

Further, our marketing vision revolves around analytics, and understanding how well our marketing videos are engaging and performing with the specified target audience.  A candidate must be well versed in online analytics software, and be able to interpret data and create reports for clients who may not be as well versed in quantitative jargon.

We are looking for someone who is comfortable working in an environment that is evolving, and excited about contributing to this evolution.  Whether it is a new online strategy they have experience, or analytics software they have seen be valuable, we want you to speak up and let us know.  Idea sharing is encouraged.

Our intern will have exposure to high-level business strategy and be in contact with various directors and executives at the company.  We believe this level of exposure and experience is vital for today’s students, and we want to make sure that this is a valuable real world learning experience.


Knowledge of Excel, Google Analytics, Hootsuite, Data Visualization, Social Media, Online Marketing, and a passion for innovative technology is a plus.  Previous marketing experience also desired.

Contact: Dillon Paul, Marketing Director



PAID Internship Alert! Accounting, Contracts & Finance Summer Internships

Accounting, Contracts, and Finance Summer Internships

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)

Richland, WA

The Business Systems Directorate at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is looking for summer 2013 interns with a strong background in accounting, finance, or contract management. Each of these positions is paid and consists of one or more rotational assignments in the Financial Operations, Contracts or Business Office functions.

Each successful candidate will be involved in a 13 week summer internship program with an opportunity to present in front of top management at our corporate location in Columbus, Ohio. Interns will be introduced and trained on multiple computer programs and various business systems throughout the summer.


A PNNL application must be on file before an interview is granted. Interested parties must apply online at under job ID #302024 (Accounting/Finance position) and/or job ID# 302025 (Contract position) before January 31, 2013.

PNNL is an EEO/AA employer and values diversity in the workplace. F/M/D/V are encouraged to apply.

Generally, successful candidate(s) will assist staff in any number of the following areas:

  • Cash and/or general ledger reconciliations and problem analysis/resolution
  • Varied functions including troubleshooting one-of-a-kind problems, research, and data analysis
  • Assistance in tracking costs, budgets, and program funds by reviewing key data sources (including cost
    reports) and interacting with staff on a regular basis
  • Assistance in contract or acquisition administration, including Request For Proposal (RFP) preparation
  • Supporting day-to-day operations in Financial Operations and Contracts
  • Project proposal preparation by assembling cost estimates of some or all of the project components
    (staff, equipment, administrative support)
  • Process improvement development in areas such as accounts receivable or accounts payable
  • Preparation of both periodic and ad-hoc financial reports for both internal and external customers

PNNL ( is located in Richland on the sunny eastern side of Washington State. We are one of the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) ten national laboratories, proudly operated by Battelle for the DOE’s Office of Science.

PNNL performs research for other DOE offices as well as government agencies, universities, and industry to deliver breakthrough science and technology to meet today’s key national needs.

To learn more about what PNNL has to offer, contact Sarah Frost, BSD Intern Coordinator/Finance Specialist at or call (509) 372-4609.

Internship Alert! FBI Summer Internships

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) requested our office to promote their Volunteer Summer Internship Program at Gonzaga!

Volunteer Internship Program

The 2013 Volunteer Internship Application is open October 1, 2012 through October 22, 2012. The application link is available on The 2013 FBI Volunteer Internship program dates are June 3, 2013 – August 9, 2013.


Each summer, a special group of outstanding undergraduate and graduate students are selected to participate in the FBI Volunteer Internship Program (VIP).  FBI interns will get an “insider’s view” of FBI operations and will have the opportunity to explore the many career options available within the FBI.  Interns gain professional experience that is unique, valuable, and marketable, across both the public and private sectors.  Positions for this 10-week unpaid internship are available in Field Offices across the country, including the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area.  The 2013 VIP program will be implemented from

June 3, 2013 through August 9, 2013.


Successful interns with the necessary grade point average, academic disciplines, experiences, and diverse backgrounds aligned with the FBI’s long-range personnel needs to include, but not limited to:

  • Engineering, Information Technology, Physical Science, Foreign Languages, Business, International Relations, Communications, Human Resources, Accounting/Finance, Law, and Behavioral Science

One of the FBI’s priorities is to hire individuals with Computer Science and Cyber backgrounds.  Since this is one of the FBI’s main focuses at this time, the FBI is looking for individuals who possess any of the following academic backgrounds related to the Computer Science/Cyber fields:

  • Academic Degrees: Computer Forensics, Computer Science, Information Security, Digital Investigative Management, Network and Communications Management, Computer Engineering, Software Engineering Information Systems, or Information Technology
  • Certifications:  Certifications from national associations or vendors such as Cisco, Microsoft, GIAC, EC-Council, ISACA, INFOSEC, CompTIA, Apple, ICSA focusing on networks or network security


  • Work side-by-side with Special Agents and Professional Staff personnel on important cases and management issues
  • Obtain a Top Secret Security Clearance
  • At the end of the summer, students may be offered the opportunity to continue the internship throughout the school year at an office nearest to their school


  • Must be a U.S. Citizen
  • Must be enrolled full-time in a college or university which is accredited through a regional or national institutional association which is recognized by the United States Secretary of Education
  • Must be a Junior, Senior or graduate student (anyone graduating before June 2013 is ineligible)
  • Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA or above on a 4.0 scale, and be in good standing with their academic institution
  • Must be able to meet all FBI employment requirements, to include successful completion of an FBI Background investigation, in order to receive a Top Secret Security Clearance

Disqualifiers (Drug Policy)

You can easily determine whether you meet the FBI’s illegal drug policy by answering the following questions:

  • Have you used marijuana at all within the last three years?
  • Have you used any other illegal drug (including anabolic steroids after February 27, 1991) at all in the past 10 years?
  • Have you ever sold, distributed, manufactured, or transported any illegal drug?
  • Have you ever used any prescription drug or used a legally obtained substance in a manner for which it was not intended with three years (36 months) preceding the date of the preliminary application for employment?


If you answered Yes to any of these questions, you are not eligible for employment or an internship with the FBI at this time.

Internship Alert! Mechanical Engineering

Hey Zags! Here is an excellent summer internship for Mechanical Engineering Students! This a high quality internship with  good pay and housing in Salt Lake City, UT.  The interns will get to work with a GU alumnus and GAMP mentor!  This is a great opportunity for GU students to see the inner workings of a Department of Defense contractor.

Intern, Mechanical Engineering – 040770 

Job Description

L-3 Communications is seeking an engineering student to fill an Intern position for the Mechanical Design Engineering group to assist with technical tasks associated with Department of Defense (DoD) programs. The Intern position provides an opportunity for students currently pursuing a mechanical engineering degree to get hands-on experience working with engineers in a cutting edge electro-mechanical hardware environment. Mechanical design is focused on packaging electronic equipment into a variety of military platforms with  very challenging environments.  Design concerns include thermal, structural, vibration, humidity and reduced size, weight and power.  The student engineer will be called upon to support a variety of hardware engineering activities in this fast-paced multidisciplinary engineering environment.


Mechanical engineers at L-3 are involved in the entire design process, from bid & proposal, through design, manufacture, to product support.  The Intern will be assigned to support one of many design engineering teams of 6 to 8 people.  They will receive a variety of tasks in support of the team and will learn from other team members through formal and informal interactions.  The Intern will also be assigned a mentor to provide guidance and to answer questions.  Typical Intern activities may include, but are not limited to:


  • Product research and development
  • Trade studies
  • Thermal/structural/tolerance analyses
  • Test development and support
  • Technical presentations and peer reviews
  • Manufacturing documentation
  • Product build support
  • Test fixture design
  • Department software and hardware tool development


Intern positions start at the end of the student’s Spring semester and, depending on performance and/or job availability, continues until the start of the student’s Fall semester.


  • The Intern engineer is required to work a minimum of 40 hours per week.
  • Due to the nature of our work this position requires the ability to obtain and maintain a Department of Defense security clearance.
  • This position requires the successful candidate to be a student currently enrolled in an accredited program leading to a degree in mechanical engineering.
  • Candidate must be at least a Junior in college with a minimum GPA of 3.0.


Apply online to this position.


We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing and background checks.


2013 Internship: Tournament Operations & Marketing Intern

We still have two open internship positions for the Spring 2013 semester.  We expect our interns to be contributing members of our organization and take on numerous responsibilities right out of the gate.  Since we are still looking for our last two interns, we have set an absolute final deadline date of November 19th to fill those last two positions.


2013 Tournament Operations and Marketing Internship

The Hurricane Junior Golf Tour is a Southeast Regional Golf Tour and was founded with the intention of providing junior boys, and girls, golfers between the ages of 10-18 an opportunity to play exceptional courses in a competitive environment. Our vision is to provide superb hospitality and make every event a memorable one. Over the past five seasons the tour has grown at exponential proportions and has become one of the premier Southern choices when it comes to Junior Golf. Since being founded in 2008 the tour has grown from 300 members and 25 events to more than 2,400 members and 64 events in the 2012 season. In 2013 the HJGT will be expanding to 5 new states. With this expansion, the Tour has also been fortunate enough to embody many characteristics not normally seen in the junior golf industry, including: Large Corporate Sponsorship Deals, Top Tier Golf Course Selection, Influential Stake in the Golfing Community, and an Excellent Experience for its Players. Embedded within the tour are four distinct age divisions: Boys 15-18 Boys 11-14, Girls 15-18 and Girls 11-14.


The Hurricane Junior Golf Tour offers a well-rounded internship for ambitious individuals looking at developing a wide variety of business skills. Interns will be actively involved with all aspects of the business from sales and marketing, sponsorships, website design to tournament operations under the supervision of HJGT staff members. The internship will require travel, on average, 3-4 weekends per month across the country, including: Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Ohio, Tennessee, Alabama, Kentucky and North Carolina via company truck. When interns are not traveling they will be expected to work in the office to prepare for upcoming tournaments. Normal office hours are 8:30am-5pm. No other internship will better prepare you for a career in the business world. The following information will help you gain an understanding of the HJGT internship. Please visit the HJGT’s website for more information about who we are before applying at


Internship Dates:

Spring 2013:                January 2, 2013- May 20, 2013


Job Duties/Responsibilities:

Tournament Set-Up and Preparation Includes, but is not limited too:

–          Marking of Golf Course

–          Tee and Hole Locations

–          Scoreboard Set-Up

–          Utility Set-Up

Tournament Duties Includes, but is not limited too:

–          Starting and Scoring of Players

–          On Course Rules Officiating

–          Pace of Play Management

Pre- and Post-Press Releases

Constant Website Updates

Sales and Marketing of Tour and Upcoming Tournaments

Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, You Tube)

Tour Promotions

Create Weekly tournament videos uploaded to You Tube

Sponsorship Strategies

Partnership Contributions

Contract Negotiation

Product Purchasing

Revenue Building



Knowledge of the Rules of Golf Not required, but recommended

Strong Customer Service Skills

Ability to Communicate with Children and their Parents

Great Organizational Skills

Energetic Personality

Working towards bachelor degree

Willingness to Work 45- 50 hours per week

Willingness to be on the road for 3-4 weeks at one time

Ability to lift at least 15 pounds

Valid Driver’s License

Self Motivated and Hard-Working

Strong written skills

Ability to Multi-Task and Accept Challenges in a Fast-Paced Environment

Passion for the Game of Golf

Basic Computer Skills (Microsoft Office)


Monthly Stipend and Housing:

HJGT interns will receive a monthly stipend plus most travel expenses paid for by the HJGT. The following items will be provided by the HJGT:


-Hotel Accommodations

-Most meals when on site and traveling to and from tournaments




HJGT Interns will also be provided with 100% paid housing in Jacksonville, Florida. All interns will live in a fully furnished house in the vibrant part of Jacksonville.




-Washer and Dryer

-Appliances (stove and microwave)


College Credit:

Students will be able to use the HJGT internship for college credit. Your institution will decide the amount of credits.

Career Enrichment:

There are countless benefits to participating in the HJGT internship. Interns will meet and interact with many people and get to know the future stars of the PGA and LPGA tours. Interns will be around influential and successful sponsors, parents, and spectators. Interns will also work closely with golf professionals, directors of golf and course superintendents. In addition to the contacts made, the internship also serves as an opportunity to obtain full time employment with the HJGT or through its network. This internship is unlike many other programs because of the hands on experience you will receive. Interns will be a vital part of the organization and will be given daily tasks that have a big impact on the organization. You will learn how to manage people, manage departments, and problem solve in a fast and fun environment.

How to Apply?

If you are interested in applying for an internship position with the HJGT, please email your resume and cover letter to Qualified candidates will be contacted for interviews and testing. Applications for the spring internship are due by October 5, 2012. November 19, 2012.


Paid Summer Internship Alert! (Human Resources/Spokane)

Humanix (Spokane Valley, WA) has a Human Resources Internship opening!

Internship Title: Recruiter Intern




providing applicants with a positive employment and/or placement opportunity in the staffing industry; sourcing, recruiting, interviewing, screening and hiring qualified candidates.



responding to applicant inquiries, sourcing, recruiting and interviewing candidates to determine eligibility for employment and/or placement with Humanix in order to meet our client needs; participating in job fairs and other recruiting efforts.



maintaining selection standards; analyzing reference standards, hiring qualified candidates for assignments to the clients.



answering questions, communicating with employees to check on job matches, availability, and the ability to complete work assignments.



maintaining records of  employees; documenting interviews, conducting references by phone, fax, and email.



participating and contributing to the decision making process in formal and informal staff meetings; informing team members of important interactions with candidates and employees.



learning, studying, and knowing how to comply with employment laws.



A current student studying human resources or recent graduate seeking human resource experience.  Prior customer service experience is a plus.

Identified candidate strengths for the position are the ability to multi-task, thrive in an environment that handles multiple deadlines simultaneously, detailed and strong organizational skills, strong ability to build rapport with candidates and employees, and desire for a team-working environment to accomplish team and company goals.



Search for position in or contact the Career Center & GAMP office at:



Crosby Student Center, Room #211


PAID Summer Internship in Portland!

TriMet seeks an intern to assist in: preparing a five-year service plan, evaluating alternative service delivery methods, and analyzing cost and ridership potential of service improvements.

Location: Portland, OR
Work Hours: 40 hours per week
Duration: 12 weeks
Start Date: June 2012
Pay: $15.00/hour
Apply by: May 25, 2012

Essential Functions: Utilizes tools such as Excel, Access and ArcView to analyze and display service and ridership statistics. Prepares memos and reports based on research and analysis. Conducts self in an appropriate manner as a representative of TriMet, working effectively in a diverse work environment. Collects information from other transit systems, governments and service providers and summarizes in written reports and presentations. Compiles primary and secondary data and descriptive information into spreadsheets, databases, GIS, and other reports.

Qualifications: Current undergraduate or graduate student in urban and regional planning, geography, economics, urban studies, civil/transportation engineering or related field. Experience with statistics, GIS and/or database analysis. Interest, coursework or experience (e.g., reports and community activities) in transportation planning. Proficiency in word processing, spreadsheet, and office communications software. Ability to research, investigate and analyze information. Ability to pay attention to detail, ensuring accuracy in work. Ability to communicate with tact and diplomacy, orally and in writing. Ability to work effectively in a diverse workforce.
Application Requirements:

To apply, go to and search for posting # 8156

PAID Summer Internships with The National Park Service

The National Park Service (NPS), Office of Risk Management is pleased to announce that we are again offering a paid student summer internship for graduate and undergraduate students to work in our parks on a range of injury prevention projects.

Students will apply skills in epidemiology, behavioral sciences, risk management, public health, and/or social sciences to enhance NPS injury prevention and control efforts and mitigate unintentional injuries (e.g. drowning, fall injuries, hypothermia, dehydration, carbon monoxide poisoning, animal bites or attacks, and trauma from crashes in cars, boats, bikes, and other forms of transportation, among many other injuries that occur in parks) to park visitors. Students will attend a week long intensive training in the DC metro area before heading to their park for their internship.

We have 7 public risk management internship opportunities available in the following locations:

  • Cape Cod National Seashore
  • Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument
  • Rock Creek Park
  • Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks
  • Yosemite National Park
  • NPS Headquarters in Washington, DC (2 internships)

There are 4 occupational safety and health internship opportunities available in the following locations:

Morristown and Thomas Edison National Historical Parks New River Gorge National River Glacier National Park Valley Forge National Historical Park

Interns will receive a weekly subsistence, housing, and transportation to and from the park.  They will attend an intensive, week-long training prior to placement and may be eligible for an AmericaCorps student grant.  In addition, students may be able to fulfill practicum requirements through this opportunity.

Interns will be supervised by park staff and will also receive technical support throughout the duration of the internship from our experienced team in the Public Risk Management Program at the NPS headquarters in Washington, DC.

For more information, students should email Gabrielle Fisher, Public Risk Program Specialist, at (or stop by the Gonzaga Career Center & GAMP office, Crosby #211, to pick up a flyer).


“I greatly appreciated the chance to work with the Park Service…I hope to use this experience as a jumping-off point for future research — perhaps dissertation research — either here or in another park.”

– Laura Rickard, doctoral student at Cornell University, Intern at Mount Rainier National Park, 2009 now conducting her dissertation research at three national parks; recently published her findings in: Visitor proficiency profiling and risk communication at a national park, Environmental Communication, Vol . 5, No  1, March 2011, pp 62-82.

“I was impressed by the efforts of the National Park Service.  They do amazing work maintaining our natural and cultural assets.  In addition to the professional experience, this internship helped me appreciate nature and the beauty of the park.  All I can say is “Thank You.”

– Ekta Chaudhary, participant of the Epidemic Intelligence Service at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Intern at Virgin Islands National Park, 2009





Crosby Student Center, Room #211

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