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Virtual Marketing & Communications Intern
BioBuzz — Rockville, MD — Virtual
BioBuzz is a Biotech Industry organization that supports the local workforce and business communities. BioBuzzs mission is to build a stronger more dynamic community by bringing the biotech workforce out of the labs to culture relationships, instead of cells. By building a stronger social community we will enhance business and job opportunities for everyone in the Maryland, DC, Virginia region and beyond. The Virtual Marketing & Communications Internship is a key contributor to the BioBuzz marketing and PR team. In todays social world image is everything, and you will be on the front line of defining and delivering that image to our target communities. Manage independent marketing projects from start to completion that will enhance your portfolio & build our brand for BioBuzz and our partners across social media and other traditional mediums. Create & publish content for BioBuzz social media communities Engage with the BioBuzz community across social networking sites and in person Build relationships with small businesses, the local workforce & community leaders Explore new sponsors, partners, and technologies across print, digital and in-person platforms Work cross-functionally with BioBuzz Directors & interns on various
Instituto del Progreso Latino — Chicago, IL
IJLA is an alternative high school in Pilsen located at 2570 S. Blue Island Ave., Chicago, IL with youth ages 17-21 looking to earn their high school diploma. Although classes are already small, we want students to be able to take advantage of one-on-one attention from tutors currently enrolled in college. Tutors will get a chance to not only help students improve their academic skills, but to also mentor them and encourage them to attend college. The IJLA is looking to recruit 13-15 tutors for the 2012 fall semester to assist math, English, writing, Spanish, science, and history teachers. We are willing to work with your school to provide internship credit, otherwise tutors will gain the opportunity to put valuable unpaid experience on their resume while networking with a school that will be building additional campuses and looking to fulfill paid positions in the near future.
PROTEIN SCIENCE INTERNSHIP (temp to perm)
Hampton Creek Foods — San Francisco, CA
Hampton Creek Foods (HCF), is a food technology company headquartered in San Francisco, CA. Put simply, we're going to transform our food system - even Bill Gates thinks so. He selected us to be in his "Future of Food" documentary, scheduled to be released next month (http://vimeo.com/54495904 pw - hamptoncreekfoods)! Learn more about us on Tech Crunch (http://tcrn.ch/12ghhrJ), in Bloomberg's Business Week (http://buswk.co/TqtWFL), the SF Chronicle (http://bit.ly/TJTTQF), and Popular Science (http://bit.ly/VMuh2X)! We are currently seeking creative, organized, and highly motivated protein research interns with a background in biochemistry, molecular biology, protein chemistry, or a related field. In hiring new interns, we look for people with a self-starting, team-oriented, and interdisciplinary approach to their work. Internships have the potential to develop into permanent, full time positions.
Agricultural Sciences Internships at Walt Disney World
Walt Disney World — Lake Buena Vista, FL
The Agricultural Sciences Professional Internship Program is designed to provide qualified college students with the opportunity for hands-on work experience in the unique growing areas that are part of Living with The Land, an agricultural attraction at Epcot®. These are 6 month long internships. Applications posted on this website are not considered for employment. Please send an email directly to wdw.epcot.science.Internship@disney.com for further application information.
Johns Hopkins Summer Internship
Johns Hopkins — Baltimore, MD
The Summer Internship Program (SIP) provides experience in research laboratories to students of diverse backgrounds, including underrepresented minority students, students from economically disadvantaged and underserved backgrounds and students with disabilities that have completed one - two or more years of college. The purpose of this exposure to biomedical and/or public health research is to encourage students to consider careers in science, medicine and public health. The program runs nine to ten weeks and a minimum stipend of $3,000 is provided. Housing is provided near our undergraduate campus; the University has a shuttle service that provides convenient transportation between the Johns Hopkins Medicine Institutions (JHMI) and the undergraduate campus.