(Intern) Enterprise Analytics Office Data Science Internship

Nationwide Insurance and Financial Services
Paid Internship

3 months ago


Job Title

Data Science Intern

Job Location

Nationwide (United States)

Job Overview

  • Join the Enterprise Analytics Office (EAO) as a Data Science Intern from May to August 2024.
  • Work with real customer data, build and evaluate predictive or explanatory models, and provide impactful storylines and advanced data visualizations.
  • Collaborate with a highly collaborative team in a diverse range of areas such as Advanced Analytics, Investments, Actuarial, Accounting, Risk Management, and more.
  • Use enterprise-class analytic software tools and platforms including R, Python, Tableau, Teradata, and Amazon Web Services.


  • Nationwide pays on a geographic-specific salary structure.
  • Placement within the actual starting salary range will be determined by factors such as skills, education, training, credentials, experience, scope, complexity, location, and market conditions.
  • Starting salary range for this position: $21 - $35


  • Identify, define, and research business problems to be solved in collaboration with team members and business partners.
  • Acquire, prepare, and clean data sets from various sources, including large datasets.
  • Analyze and visualize trends and patterns in structured and unstructured data, effectively communicating relevant insights.
  • Build, implement, evaluate, and document predictive and explanatory models, sharing insights and practical solutions with the team and business partners.


  • Graduate or undergraduate candidates from any major are considered.
  • Preferred: Some statistical and/or technical background.

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