The position you are applying for will work with one of my web startup companies. One of my first companies I posted here on Internships.com was my Valuepon Corporation which had an overwhelming number of internship applicants and I'm working on a few other startups for those new interns, so please be open to a new web startup. Most of my web startups are actually in the Seed venture stage; meaning it has not started selling and is still in the process of getting its web site development going. There's no requirement for you to travel and meet with the C.E.O., Scott Sorgent, but it’s highly desired to have someone working with the C.E.O. in the same city or close by. The intern will need an Internet connection and the ability to email and talk with the C.E.O., Scott Sorgent, either through a free Internet-based telephony service like SKYPE, mobile cell or home phone. In addition, the entire team will be connected to Huddle, a web site and mobile app platform for teams. We will communicate, send files and report on this connected Internet platform. This internship is for an IT Project Manager position or Information Technology Project Manager position to be precise.
This position requires virtual communications with the team of information technology interns, scheduling of tasks, review of the company's business plan Milestones (Tasks, Campaigns and Goals) on a weekly basis and makes sure that everyone on the team is completing their tasks on time. You will assign modules for the I.T. interns to work on and coordinate the successful collaboration of the project. Upon successful completion of the internship, the candidate can receive a letter of recommendation in addition to the possibilities of paid employment and stock ownership in a fast-growing company.
Good communications and commitment to follow through and keep perfect attendance in work and progress. Students or interns must be at least 20 years of age and be a Computer Science major at a university or a graduate with or without experience in time management, project management, and scheduling. If you are someone who isn't afraid to tell a co-worker that they need to stop making excuses and get it done or they get dropped from the company or internship without a recommendation, then you are our person for this position. I consider this the second most important position in the company. Action is the key to success, Andrew Carnegie, the great industrialist said and I know from experience that no action means a doomed concept that goes nowhere. We need all team members contributing to the Corporation's Code of Honor. It means that every team member contributes and picks up others when in need. There's never any excuses and no problems. Things get done, the company is successful and so is everyone on the team.