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- 1 INTERNSHIPS / FELLOWSHIPS
- 1.0.1 Business Analysis Intern
- 1.0.2 AcademyPGH Developer Bootcamp
- 1.0.3 The U.S. Commercial Service Summer Internship Experience
- 1.0.4 Huckabuy Summer Internship Program
- 1.0.5 Extended Administrative Residency
- 1.0.6 Development Intern
- 1.0.7 Healthcare Discovery Program Summer Internship
- 1.0.8 The City of Pittsburgh
- 1.0.9 The Fund for American Studies | DC Academic Internship Programs
- 1.0.10 PNC: Technology and Innovation Development Program
- 1.0.11 WESCO – Sales Development Training Program
- 2 FULL-TIME POSITIONS
- 3 PART-TIME POSITIONS
- 4 CHATHAM’S ON-CAMPUS EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
- 5 BUSINESS RESOURCES
- 6 VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
- 7 CAREER EVENTS
- 8 JOB BOARDS
INTERNSHIPS / FELLOWSHIPS
Business Analysis Intern
Tenaska Power Services Co. | Las Colinas, Texas
Essential Job Functions:
- Work with Business Analysts to make improvements in logic in market management systems
- Develop an understanding of proprietary information system interfaces and workflows
- Auditing and testing of customer interface upgrades
- Implementing general efficiency upgrades to workflow processes
- Work closely with various groups within the organization
- Other projects as assigned
- Reliable, dependable, and predictable attendance is a requirement
AcademyPGH Developer Bootcamp
February 24 – May 15
Five Star Development, 1501 Preble Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15233
New Income Share Agreement (ISA) funding options expand access to tech training. In conjunction with Vemo Education, Academy Pittsburgh is pleased to announce a new, outcomes-based financing option that opens access to training in coding and other tech career skills at no up-front cost to students. Over 80% of our graduates have been hired, with an average starting salary over $55 thousand dollars.
Academy Pittsburgh is accepting applications on a rolling basis for our upcoming developer bootcamps. The application includes logic questions, as well as uploads to Github and YouTube. Applicants with scores that qualify may have to participate in an in-person interview prior to final session selection.
The U.S. Commercial Service Summer Internship Experience
Are you interested in working in a dynamic, fast-paced environment full of challenge? How about sharpening your job skills while building your resume? Or perhaps you would like to complement your academic expertise with international business training? If this sounds interesting, don’t miss out on an opportunity to help U.S. companies engage the international marketplace!
As part of the U.S. Department of Commerce, the U.S. Commercial Service is the premier federal agency that helps companies to achieve exporting success. Our office in downtown Pittsburgh is part of a global network of more than 100 domestic offices and 150 international offices housed within U.S. Embassies and Consulates. We assist U.S. companies with entering new export markets and with increasing export sales and market share by providing market research, introducing foreign buyers to U.S. exporters, and advocating on behalf of American business interests in more than 80 countries worldwide!
Applications open until March 15.
Huckabuy Summer Internship Program
Are you a marketing major passionate about SEO? Do you have ideas about where the field is going and what really moves the needle in terms of performance? If so, we want to work with you. This summer we will host an undergraduate intern in the marketing department at our Park City headquarters. The internship will run for 10-12 weeks, starting in June and running through August. The intern is expected to work 35-40 hours per week. This is a top-notch marketing internship – you are going to be learning from and working with some of the best in the business. We will create a supportive learning environment to set you up for long-term success, and you will have numerous opportunities to take on projects that truly matter to the business.
We will be committed to developing your base knowledge, marketing foundation, and specific channel expertise while you are working with us. Here are just some of the skills you will develop as a Huckabuy intern:
- SEO strategy and tactics
- Email Marketing strategy and tactics
- Retargeting strategy and tactics
- Website Design and Development
- Copywriting and Content Creation
- Social Media strategy and tactics
- Data and Analytics
- Branding and Positioning
Application Closes: March 31st.
Extended Administrative Residency
Allegheny Health Network
Structure: Students operate under the mentorship and guidance of their Preceptor while performing project-based work for a 16 month experience. Students also have the opportunity to engage as a group for social events and professional development workshops.
Requirements: Must currently be enrolled in an accredited Master’s program in Health Administration, Business Administration, or Public Health Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher Relocation and travel expenses will not be covered
Placement: Advance Practice Provider Services 120 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Participate in the development of APP residency programs, leadership development and education based programs for clinical development of Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners.
Send a cover letter & resume to Charlie Judge, Director of Health Sciences: Charles.Judge@ahn.org
Please include the name of the placement for which you would like to be considered.
Muscular Dystrophy Association
The Development Intern will assist with core job functions of the District office. The development intern will be given a minimum of one project that will be his/her responsibility to assist with the success of the Fundraising and/or Family Support and Clinical Care Teams. He/she will gain experience working directly with MDA Fundraising and MDA families. Duties will include assisting in the execution of major fundraising and/or Family Care and Clinical Support programs such as Muscle Walk, Fill the Boot, Consumer Engagement programs, etc. They will provide assistance to the District office team and perform additional duties as needed. The objective of this internship is to foster the development of the intern by working with all levels of the office to complete programs and learn both professionally and personally about MDA and the non-profit industry.
Special Events- assist in volunteer recruitment and miscellaneous tasks as needed.
Summer Camp Pinup Program- assist in preparation, servicing, and follow through of summer camp pinup program.
Fill the Boot – work with lead and team to facilitate press releases; assist with coordination and implementation of media kickoffs.
Personal project- design and implement special project of choice with the guidance of MDA team as it relates to area of study and MDA business.
Other duties as assigned.
Healthcare Discovery Program Summer Internship
The Healthcare Discovery Summer Internship is an eight-week, paid, learning experience for 30 High School Junior and Senior students. The internship connects students interested in future healthcare careers with hands-on learning in both Clinical and Non-Clinical areas within a hospital setting, as well as provide exposure to medical professionals. The internship structure assigns a group of five High School students to each of AHN’s six local area hospitals. Students rotate through a variety of departments within their respective hospital throughout the summer. Additionally, students spend a total of three Fridays at the STAR Center for medical simulations, professional development workshops, and research project work. Upon the conclusion of the internship, the students at each hospital present their research project to hospital staff and members of the of the leadership team. This program operates throughout the summer months and applications are available in early Spring semester.
Additional information can be obtained through emailing email@example.com.
Program tracks are offered in International Affairs, Business + Government Relations, Journalism + Communications, Public Policy + Economics, and Leadership + the American Presidency. Course credit is offered through George Mason University. Fully furnished housing and roommate matching is provided, full + partial scholarships available. More information available at dcinternships.org or @dcinternships.
PNC: Technology and Innovation Development Program
Technology & Innovation strives to achieve a strategic advantage by engaging people, processes and technology to deliver efficient and effective solutions. Associates will help drive innovation through a diverse and talented Technology team that provides creative, agile and efficient solutions for our businesses and our customers.
What to Expect During Each Rotation
As a Technology Development Program associate, you will rotate through areas within the Technology & Innovation to provide you the greatest exposure to rapid development principles and forward-thinking innovation tactics. Associates will be able to bring their ideas and concepts to life as a part of the 12-month experience.
What a Typical Day Looks Like
Associates can expect to work and learn more about emerging technologies. Associates may be embedded as team members in Agile crews working on prototypes, proof of concepts, and writing code. In addition, associates may be aligned to work on collaborative synthesis and ideation sessions with our Design Thinking team, and working in a fast paced, collaborative, multidisciplinary, start-up type environment on innovation projects, proof-of-technologies (PoT), and emerging technologies including digital products, AI/ML, Blockchain, and Cloud computing.
Upon the successful completion of PNC’s Technology & Innovation Development Program, associates are placed throughout the Technology & Innovation organization that aligns to the associate’s skill development, long-term career interests and open positions.
WESCO – Sales Development Training Program
Since 2009, WESCO has offered an accelerated training program designed to prepare recent college graduates for a sales career with WESCO. The program is built on a foundation of local branch training and enhanced with online coursework, in-person training events, and webinars.
Starting a new job in an unfamiliar industry can be daunting. That’s why WESCO provides additional layers of support for their trainees. Members have access to a training leader with more than a decade of experience with WESCO. Share your accomplishments with the training leader, work through challenges together, or just get quick answers to program questions.
Sales trainees are also paired up with a mentor who is a graduate of the Sales Development Training Program. The mentor provides support by sharing personal experiences and providing program-specific guidance.
Sales development members can be comforted starting their career at WESCO knowing that there is a team of people with a vested interest in their success.
What happens when the program ends?
At the end of a successful year in the program, most program members accept sales positions at the branch they were assigned to. Occasionally, trainees choose positions in different branches. They may also accept positions in operations or other areas of WESCO.
While this is a sales development training program, some graduates of the program find that their interests are outside of sales. When that happens, WESCO does its best to accommodate those interests.
The Sales Development Training Program accepts applications from August through May.
Mylan Positions – Actively Updated
For a list of their available full-time positions, check out their jobs page!
Innovation Works: Common Application
Innovation Works’ portfolio companies are commercializing some of the most exciting products in IT, advanced materials, robotics, life sciences and other technology sectors. You can search for specific jobs and apply. If you are interested in working with one of our portfolio companies, but not ready to apply to a specific position please reach out to our Director of HR & Inclusion, Kelley Benson, firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume and contact information.
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AEON: Teach English in Japan
Work that puts the planet first – Climate change, plastic pollution, wildlife disappearing forever: the damage being done to our planet is heartbreaking. But solutions are all around us: solar and wind power, electric cars and buses, and on and on. PennEnvironment’s mission is to transform our ideas and imaginations into change that makes our world a greener and healthier place.
To see job and internship opportunities, click here!
CHATHAM’S ON-CAMPUS EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Please visit Handshake to see the full list of openings and to apply!
Pittsburgh Hispanic Development Corporations’s Business Incubator
The PHDC Business Incubator is a multicultural space where Hispanic entrepreneurs can meet with experienced staff who speak fluent Spanish, Portuguese, and English, and who understand the perspective of a Hispanic in the entrepreneurship ecosystem. PHDC guides entrepreneurs to create business plans, cash flow projections, balance sheets, and market analyses, and to identify financing strategies. PHDC specializes in addressing cross-cultural challenges that inhibit the ability of Hispanic Entrepreneurs to maximize potential particularly in areas of funding and marketing.
Visit Pittsburgh Hispanic Development Incubator’s Website for more info!
United Nations Online Volunteering Program
The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme contributes to peace and development through volunteerism worldwide. Online volunteering allows organizations and volunteers to team up to address sustainable development challenges – anywhere in the world, from any device. Online volunteering is fast, easy – and most of all, effective. When skilled, passionate individuals join forces online with great organizations working toward sustainable development goals, everyone wins.
Skill sets or areas of interest include:
Writing and Editing | Translation| Technology Development | Art and Design | Teaching and Training | Research | Project Development and Management | Outreach and Advocacy | Leadership and Strategy | Community Organizing | Administration | Healthcare Services| Volunteer Management | Event Organization
At Ascender, we equip and inspire entrepreneurs to launch their creative solutions, grow their businesses, and scale to broader success. Part of the application to the Ascender incubator program is a requirement to participate in the Ascender Bootcamp, an intensive three-day event where aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners work with coaches and industry experts on practical business skills to launch their idea and/or move their business to the next stage.
Orientation: April 8, 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
- Friday, April 24, 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM
- Saturday, April 25, 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM
- Sunday, April 26, 11:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Bootcamp Information Sessions:
- 2/27: 5:30 – 7:00 PM – Ascender
- 3/5: 8:30 – 10:00 AM – The Shop
- 3/5: 5:30 – 7:00 PM – The Global Switchboard
- 3/12: 8:30 – 10:00 AM – WorkHard PGH
- 3/17: 12:00 – 1:00 PM – Webinar (soon)
Ascender welcomes and encourages anyone with a business idea or existing solution to apply to the incubator program. You must be available to all Orientation and Bootcamp dates to participate.
Forte Job Center: Job posting database (sign up necessary)
Analytic Talent: Data Science job board
Careers at Pitt: University of Pittsburgh job board
ImaginePittsburgh: Job and internship posting database