Earn While You Learn: Multiple Summer Internship Opportunities

job - full time, paid

Interviewing Now
Los Angeles, CA
Posted 34 Days ago
Interviewing Now
Los Angeles, CA
job - full time, paid
Posted 34 Days ago


Job Description

Looking to earn college credits and get closer to earning your degree?


If you want to build your resume, earn credits, and gain transferable career experience; this is the opportunity for you. We tailor your internship experience to your major and provide training in skills that will help you hit the ground running in your profession upon graduation.


We are hiring 5 interns for the following departments:


  • Social Media

  • Human Resources

  • Administration

  • Sales Support

  • Executive Assistant/Support


Qualities Preferred:


  • Extroverted with strong people skills

  • Excellent communication both written and verbal

  • Team player

  • Leadership abilities

  • Passionate about learning new skills


*These internships are unpaid, but interns are capable of earning credits towards their degree.


We do, however, offer paid internships in:


  • Lead Generation

  • Sales

  • Direct Marketing


social media, leadership, training, human resources, direct marketing, career development, internships, organization, written and verbal communication, teamwork, microsoft powerpoint, microsoft word, matlab, time management, data analysis

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