Internships

Latin American News Digest: Internships Available!

Hannah Guffey – April 8th, 2018

The Latin American News Digest is seeking qualified students for a limited number of internships for Summer 2018. Because the goal of the Digest is essentially a didactic one, to spread the word about news from Latin America, we feel strongly about providing the opportunity for students to participate in this process. Student writers and researchers contribute to our weekly issues by aggregating and writing summaries of news articles found in Latin American sources.

STEM Companies at the April Job and Internship Fair

Christie Julien – March 25th, 2018

The following organizations are actively recruiting students for various STEM related positions. Visit them at the upcoming April Job and Internship Fair on April 5th from 12pm to 3pm in Newcomb Hall on the 3rd Fllor. 

 

Arbormetrics Solutions 

Arms Software

Arthrex 

AT&T

Aviation Development Associate

CIA

Crowdstrike

Cybersponse

DPR Consruction

Ecosystem Services

Eli Lilly

E Plus Technology

Fam Construction

FDM Group

Glaxo Smith Kline

Gradient

Green Fin Studio Communications and Marketing Internship

Taylor Lamb – March 23rd, 2018

Green Fin Studio is a marketing and communications firm that focuses on environmental projects. Their team combines subject matter expertise with graphic design, crafted content and creative delivery to target messages and audiences. They work with a variety of clients within the U.S. and beyond including organizations focused on conservation, education, ecotourism & recreation, and research.

Paid Internship in Civil Engineering and Sustainability in Virginia Beach

Christie Julien – March 7th, 2018

Arcadis, in partnership with Virginia Sea Grant (VASG), is pleased to announce a paid summer fellowship in Virginia Beach, VA focused on planning and engineering resilient coastal communities. The fellowship is seeking to train remarkable students to become leaders in innovative, pre-disaster, resiliency design strategies. The selected fellow(s) will be given the opportunity to participate in planning and engineering projects that are making our nation’s coastal cities more resilient.

Google's Diversity Update

Katharine McDonough – February 22nd, 2018

Google has been getting a lot of flack recently for its lack of diversity. From a controversial memo that has been circulating in the media to the dismal number of non-asian people of color, that criticism may not be unwarranted. This shortcoming for Google is especially surprising given that the search engine amasses information about the entire world for all of its people every second of the day. You would think that a company responsible for delivering such an infinite variety of information would itself be a diverse place to work. 

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