The Emma Bowen Foundation recruits promising students of color and places them in paid summer internships at some of the nation’s leading media and technology companies, provides the media and tech industries with a pipeline of young talent and emerging leadership, and advocates for best practices in diverse hiring, retention, and advancement.
The Emma Bowen Foundation is a media-focused diversity initiative that recruits promising students and places them in paid summer internships at some of the nation’s leading media and technology companies. Opportunities are at our more than 75 partner companies, such as Bloomberg, CBS, Comcast, Edelman, NBCUniversal, Nielsen, Spectrum, Turner, Warner Brothers, and Weber Shandwick. To view all of our partners, visit Emma Bowen Foundation Partners.
Applicants to our program are interested in careers in the:
· Business of Media (finance, sales, human resources, marketing, public relations etc.)
· Innovation of Media (computer science, engineering, data science, information technology, software development, etc.)
· Content of Media (broadcast and online journalism, production, social media, digital media, etc.).
Selected students will have access to:
· A paid summer internship
· On-the-job training from top professionals and industry executives
· An all-expenses paid Emma Bowen Foundation Summer Conference in New York City
· Need-based scholarships
· A community of diverse media and tech peers and professionals
· Lifelong professional networks
Our interns are placed in cities where they spend their college summers. Many of our interns are converted to full time hires after college graduation.
“I was able to meet other like-minded fellows who will be my future colleagues in the industry as well as network with some great media professionals and alumni.”
– Victor O., 2018 EBF Fellow at Fox Television Stations – Fox 32 Chicago
While the majority of our Fellows are placed in major markets like New York, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Miami, and the San Francisco Bay Area, we have openings in cities nationwide. Other cities have included, but are not limited to: Austin, Boston, Chicago, Columbia (MD), Dallas/Fort Worth, Denver, Detroit, Jacksonville (FL), Knoxville, Louisville (KY), Orlando, Philadelphia, Sacramento, San Diego, Seattle, St. Petersburg (FL), Tampa, and Washington, D.C.
*Please remember to have a PCA review your application before you submit it.
*In addition, please e-mail Alicia Gomez (firstname.lastname@example.org) to inform her you applied to this great opportunity!
Do not wait for the deadline. They are hiring interns on a rolling basis! Therefore, you should apply as soon as possible.
Click here to apply in Handshake!
Any student wishing to participate in a Winter Term internship for credit must complete all paperwork by Dec. 1.
After securing your internship, follow these steps:
- Have your résumé approved by a CCI Peer Career Advisor. go/pcas for drop-in hours.
- Identify a Middlebury faculty member to serve as your academic sponsor.
- Create an Experience (application) on Handshake and upload 3 documents to your Experience — your approved résumé , your signed internship agreement, and a personal statement which includes 3 scholarly sources linked to the learning of your internship.
- Inform your internship supervisor and faculty academic sponsor that once you have submitted your application for credit, they will receive emails from Handshake to complete online approval forms.
You can find all forms, information, and FAQs at go/WTinternships.
Limited $1500 grants available to eligible students on a first-come, first-served basis.
CCI recommends that all applications for credit be submitted before the December 1 deadline.
These STEM and Tech professions jobs are expiring this week in Handshake – apply today!!
Jobs expiring at Amazon
- Amazon Operations: Area Manager 2020 Northeast – Expires November 18, 2019
Jobs expiring at Ford Motor Company
- Design Prototyper – Expires November 22, 2019
Expiring at Reynolds & Reynolds
- Entry Level Advertising Account Manager Trainee – Expires November 22, 2019
Expiring at Verizon
- Professional Services – Project Management Analyst – Expires November 20, 2019
- Human Resources Leadership Development Program – Expires November 20, 2019
- Business Operations Manager – Expires November 20, 2019
- Verizon Connect – Software Engineer – Expires November 20, 2019
- Professional Services – Business Operations Analyst – Expires November 20, 2019
- Professional Service – Digital Experience Analyst – Expires November 20, 2019
- Professional Services – Labs Entry Level Opportunities – Expires November 20, 2019
- Finance Entry Level Opportunities – Expires November 20, 2019
You have completed most of your coursework in college and are looking forward to starting your career as a software engineer. One thing that will help you gain your dream job is to have an internship while you are still in school. Here are six tips to land the tech internship that will lead to your software engineer career.
1. Start early
When you are looking for a tech internship you want to start early. Some schools will offer assistance finding internships but it is up to you to apply for them. Sometimes you have to do your own research and find your own tech internship. If this is the case you need to start even earlier. Either way, you will need to apply for your tech internship at least a year in advance, sometimes even longer. If you wait until the last minute, there may be no tech internships available or you may not have enough time to organize your own tech internship.
Make sure you look at your resume before you submit it. You may want to change the style of your resume to suit the tech internship you are applying for. You can find different resume samples online. You also want to make sure your resume is updated with any pertinent information such as classes you have taken and jobs you have held. Be sure to find a style you like and stick with it throughout the resume.
3. Coding challenges
You will most likely face a coding challenge. Coding challenges are usually timed for an hour. A good idea would be to practice for these challenges before you face your first one. You can find practice sites online that will help you prepare for the challenge.
Be ready for your interview before you walk through the door. Research the company where you are applying for a tech internship and be sure to know what they do. You want to highlight yourself in the interview, but you also want them to know you have done your research. There are articles and sites online that will help you prepare for your interview questions. Take advantage of these sites and be ready for whatever questions your future potential employer asks.
5. Personal web page
Creating a personal web page is another way to tell a potential employer about yourself. You can include pictures, videos, and show them your coding abilities along with a link to your internship resume. Think of a personal web page as an addition and enhancement of your resume. Make sure you highlight your favorite projects that show off things you have created.
6. Keep learning
You want to keep up with new codes that come along. While this may be hard to do, it will be easier when you have your internship. Let your interviewer know that you want to challenge yourself and ask for jobs that you are not familiar with. Learning new codes will help build you up for your career and will let your boss know that you are not afraid of new things and challenges.
7. Thank you
When you are done with your interview be sure to thank your interviewer. Wait a couple of days and send them a thank you email. With a thank you email you can include things that you forgot to mention in your interview that you think might be pertinent to the tech internship. Do not make this a long email. Thank them for their time and make sure you include up to date contact information where they can reach you. That way they will know where to find you when they offer you the tech internship.
Don’t Wait – These Postings Expire This Week!
Postings Expiring November 20, 2019
- Finance Operations Intern
- Professional Services Project Management Intern
- Verizon Connect – Software Engineering Intern
- Analytics Intern
- Supply Chain Intern
- Verizon Connect – UX Design and Research Intern
- Finance Leadership Development Program Intern
- Professional Services Business Operations Intern
- Verizon Foundation Intern
- Information Technology Internship
- Customer Experience Intern (New York)
- Customer Experience Intern (New Jersey)
Postings Expiring November 21, 2019
- Verizon Connect – Data Science Intern
- Finance Operations Intern
- Experience Design Intern
- Verizon Connect – Software Engineering Intern
- Corporate Strategy Intern
- Network & Field Operations Intern
- Network Engineering Intern
- Professional Services – Security Intern
- Network & Technology Leadership Development Program
Greetings from Kellogg!
Have you thought about PhD study at a business school? Because the opportunities are limitless!
Did you know that the pathway into business research also draws from non-traditional business degree programs, such as economics, engineering, the humanities, mathematics, the natural sciences, operations, psychology, and sociology? Our faculty’s research spans quantitative research (mathematical models, data analytics and theory) to behavioral research (studying the behaviors and actions of people in organizations, as consumers, and as financial decision makers).
After leaving Kellogg with your PhD degree, you can look forward to a career leading and inspiring others through teaching and research.
As you consider opportunities at Kellogg, here are some quick takeaways:
Learn more and apply on Handshake!
In this role, you will be the true embodiment of Inbound! On a day-to-day basis, you will:
- Navigate a high volume of product and sales related inquiries
- Conduct consultative pre-qualification of prospects for HubSpot’s sales process via phone, live chat, and email.
- Help remove technical barriers for our users and recommend software best practices
- Set up high quality appointments with the appropriate sales team members for Inbound Growth Assessments.
- Identify and deliver best next steps or resources to assist customers and users
- Collaborate cross-functionally within HubSpot to improve experience for HubSpotters and HubSpot customers/users alike
In this role, you’ll get to:
- Work closely and collaboratively with Sales Representatives to develop and implement appropriate prospecting strategies
- Conduct high volume prospecting (60-100 activities per day) to qualify leads through calls, emails, and social media
- Schedule marketing assessments and discovery meetings for Sales Representatives to further assess a prospect’s business and potential for partnership with HubSpot
- Conduct needs qualification calls with specific prospects as assigned
- Help small and mid-sized companies realize the potential of digital marketing
- Set yourself up for a successful career by learning the necessary fundamentals to be a great salesperson, leader, and executive
- Get a mini-MBA! You’ll learn how a variety of businesses operate, what challenges they face on a daily basis, and how technology can dramatically improve their businesses and employees’ lives
In this role, you’ll get to:
- Develop deep knowledge of the HubSpot software
- Partner with our customers to effectively resolve issues through phone (primary channel), email, and chat.
- Answer how-to questions and help customers navigate a variety of tools within HubSpot
- Diagnose software issues and engage with our product and engineering teams using established processes
- Provide support & guidance to professionals across HubSpot’s customer base that use our suite of tools
- Communicate thoughtful, customized solutions that help customers move forward and grow their business
- Collaborate with internal teams and account owners, to identify opportunities for existing customers to use more of our platform or remove roadblocks
- Show composure, resilience, and flexibility as customer needs evolve and case volume changes.
MIDDLEBURY, Vt. – Animators around the world will have a new tool at their disposal thanks to Middlebury computer science major Hans Goudey ’19.5. The senior Feb from Newburyport, Mass., spent the summer developing 3D modeling tools for the 3D animation toolset, Blender. Goudey’s bevel tool will be included in the upcoming release of Blender, an open-source animation software used by thousands of people worldwide.
Earlier this year, Goudey landed a Google Summer of Code Fellowship, which allowed him to pursue his work under the mentorship of a Google software engineer. He was working to create a better bevel tool, which has widespread applications in industrial design and art.
“Artists and Designers use 3D Modeling tools to make everything from cubes and spheres to the human figure to car parts, furniture prototypes and architectural plans,” explained Daniel Houghton, who runs the Middlebury College Animation Studio.
In late October, Goudey attended the Blender Conference in Amsterdam to share his work with the Blender core developers. He says he initially went to meet people and learn more about Blender, but during the conference, organizers asked him—on short notice—to give a talk about his work on Bevel.
“A lot of the conference attendees hadn’t seen it because it hasn’t been officially released yet, but some of the people following the project talked to me in person at the conference, which was great,” said Goudey.
Don’t wait – this posting expires on November 18, 2019
Area Manager Intern
*You must be open to relocate across the US for this role.**Amazon does not sponsor for immigration, including for H-1B, TN, and other non-immigrant visas, for this role.*
This role is a 10 week internship starting in the summer of 2020.
Amazon is looking for college students with high potential who are ready to own their impact in Amazon Operations as an Area Manager Intern. We promise you will have your leadership capacity stretched to its full potential. As a front-line leader, you will have an opportunity to truly invest in others and develop a people-focused leadership style, while mastering the tools, processes, and operations that have created the most customer-centric company on Earth. If you want to be involved in continuing to define the future of online retail, and are dynamic and an organized self-starter, join our team in Amazon Operations as an Area Manager Intern opportunities.
As an Area Manager Intern, you will have the opportunity to lead and develop your own team of Amazon Associates in a distribution warehouse environment. Your main focus will be motivating, mentoring and coaching your team. As a servant leader, the Area Manager will ensure that their team of Amazon Associates have all the tools needed to succeed for any task during a shift. Engaging with your team during a shift to ensure that the highest levels of safety, quality, attendance performance and engagement are maintained are core functions of the role. Come learn how the largest online retailer in the world runs its fulfillment and delivery networks!What is fulfillment you ask? Fulfillment is how we refer to completing or fulfilling a customer’s Amazon.com order and the acts of picking, packing, shipping and delivering their order to meet or exceed their expectations!
Program Quick Facts & Locations
- The position is NOT a corporate role and will be located in a Fulfillment Center, Sort Center, Delivery Station, or other warehouse environment
- Must be willing to relocate nationwide for the summer with relocation assistance (position location is most heavily weighted on business need but will also take into account individual location preference)·
- Term: 10 weeks during the summer of 2020
- Competitive Salary, Relocation and Housing Assistance
- An offer for full time employment may be given after the internship·
- You must be willing to work weekends, holidays, and/or overnight shifts and overtime in peak season and as needed
- Lead, manage, and develop a team of 50 to 200 Amazon Associates·
- Drive Standard Work and Continuous Improvement through an intern project·
- Communicate policies to Associates and act as the primary information source for the team, maintaining compliance and consistency and taking corrective action when needed·
- Create, manage and support recognition and communication programs·
- Support all safety programs and OSHA compliance to ensure a safe work environment for all Associates·
- Ensure procedures are followed for building security and product loss prevention·
- Partner with the management team to establish and maintain quality control standards·
- Develop performance goals and objectives to achieve customer promise expectations and ensure accuracy and quality·
- Perform the following tasks, with or without reasonable accommodation:·
- Stand and walk during shifts lasting up to 12 hours
- Walk in and around the warehouse with great frequency; many facilities are over a quarter mile in length
- Ascend and descend ladders, stairs, and gangways
- Regularly bend, lift, stretch, and reach below the waist and above the head
- Lift and move items weighing up to 49 pounds
- A driver’s license is strongly recommended due to the remote nature of many internship locations
- Currently working towards a bachelor’s degree with an expected conferral date between December 2020 and June 2021
Whether you’re a recent graduate, looking to switch jobs or took a break and want to get back into the scene, these tips from Siddharth Gopinathan at Hackernoon might make your employer prospecting phase easier.
- Spend a week and make a list of companies you badly want to be a part of.
- Do your research on the company. Show that you have put in your hours to get to know them better. Make notes for: Their market share/traffic. Useful tools for this are SimilarWeb, SEMRush, AppAnnie, How their product evolved over the months or years. Use WebArchive. Product updates, main competitors, etc.
- Email the Founder/CXO. The irony is that you have a much higher response and turnaround rate when you mail the head directly than mailing the HR.
Read the full article on Hackernoon here.