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Weekly Career Development and Exploration Internship and Job Blast


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Here are just a few of the hundreds of employers waiting to see your application:

Updated: 02/07/23

Employer: Cision

Role: Sales Intern

Job Type: Internship

Pay: $15-20/hour

Deadline: May 6, 2023

Description: Cision is redefining the way organizations think about public relations and earned media. We see a world where PR directly contributes to a company’s success – and that you can improve and measure that impact. Our customers love our solutions, and we think you’ll love helping us build them.

We provide a high-performance environment where the best and brightest come together to tackle the marketing industry’s toughest problems. Our team is changing the way an entire industry thinks about earned media. Join us!

Role: Risk Management Intern

Job Type: Internship

Pay: $15-20/hour

Deadline: March 31, 2023

Description: At Third Federal, named for five years in a row as “One of the Best Companies to Work For" in America by Fortune magazine, our mission is to help customers achieve the American dream of home ownership and financial security.

We have an available opening for a Risk Management Department Intern at our Corporate Campus at 7007 Broadway Ave. in Cleveland, OH 44105. Ideal candidates will have excellent verbal and written communication skills. In addition, strong analytical and problem-solving skills along with a foundation in Economics, Finance, Math, or other analytical discipline. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter and able to work independently but will also be proficient working collaboratively in a team setting.

Role: Model Intern Diversity Pilot Program (MIDPP)

Job Type: Internship

Pay: $15.14-18.93/hour

Deadline: February 10, 2023

Description: The U. S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio is accepting applications for a one-year term student internship as part of the Model Intern Diversity Pilot Program offered through the Administrative Office of the United States Courts. This program is built on a foundation of diversity and innovation and exists to expose, develop and place talented and underserved undergraduate students in paid internships in federal courts around the country, and prepares them for future employment opportunities within the federal judiciary.

This unique and year-long internship is being offered to rising junior and senior undergraduate students and will be headquartered at the Carl B. Stokes U.S. Court House in Cleveland, Ohio. The incumbent will work full-time (no more than 40 hours/week) during the summer semester, and part-time (no more than 20-hours/week) during the Fall and Spring Semesters. The incumbent will work directly with federal judicial officers, court unit executives, federal practitioners, law enforcement officers and other court-system professionals performing or assisting in the performance of a variety of judicial, legal, and/or administrative functions within the federal judiciary.

Role: Accounting/Supply Chain Intern

Job Type: Internship

Pay: $16/hour

Deadline: February 10, 2023

Description: We are looking for a dynamic individual for a variety of accounting and office responsibilities including; A/R, A/P, Purchasing, Excel spreadsheet creation and maintenance, Word document creation and maintenance, filing, and occasionally answering phones.

Candidates should have achieved at least sophomore status and have completed Intro to Accounting I and be proficient in Excel and Word. Fluency in English is critical. Hours are flexible and need to total 15 - 20 hours per week Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:30am and 4:00pm. This job starts in January and ends 8/18/23 or could be extended through the summer.

Employer: Tektronix

Role: Technical Engineering Co-Op (Applications)

Job Type: Cooperative Education

Pay: Paid

Deadline: February 12, 2023

Description: We believe that encouraging a deeper sense of loyalty and belonging is key to how we attract and retain our best people. By embracing our diverse experiences and views, we are better positioned to deliver results, create innovations that matter, and thrive in today’s changing world. This reality inspires our Inclusion & Diversity vision, We Are More Together, and guides our approach as we all work toward creating phenomenal places where our teams work and thrive!

Are you looking for an opportunity to push yourself outside of your comfort zone while learning from some of the most qualified engineers in the industry? As a Technical Engineer Intern, you will perform applications engineering tasks in support of new product introduction (NPI) programs and customer development activities. You will assist application engineers with hardware products, software products, and coordinated test and measurement systems. Responsibilities include providing inputs to product definition, testing end user devices with test equipment, developing training materials for sales personnel and field applications engineers, and crafting customer-facing marketing support materials. This position requires a self-starter with good solving skills.

Employer: APT Center

Role: Diversity Equity Inclusion (DEI) Summer Internship Program

Job Type: Internship

Pay: $15/hour

Deadline: February 12, 2023

Description: The Advanced Platform Technology Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Summer Internship Program (APT DEI SIP) is for undergraduate STEM and PreHealth (Medical, Nursing, Physical Therapy) students who have completed at least their sophomore year of college. The 10-week program, under the guidance of Drs. Allison Hess-Dunning and Jeff Capadona, APT-SIP Advisors, is scheduled from May 30, 2023 to August 4, 2023. Up to 8 interns will be selected. The internship will allow undergraduate STEM students to participate in cutting-edge biomedical research projects under the mentorship of world-class investigators at the Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Clinic and other academic affiliates.

As part of the selection process, applicants will have the opportunity to indicate their preference for the investigator they will work with during the internship. Once selected, the investigator and intern will create a specific mini project. This mini project will constitute the core experience for the internship. In addition, students will receive mentoring, participate in group meetings, attend planned lectures and laboratory visits, and will present their research findings at the end of summer research symposium.

Role: 2023-2024 Cleveland Foundation Public Service Fellowship

Job Type: Fellowship

Pay: $44,000/year

Deadline: February 13, 2023

Description: Launched in 2016, the Cleveland Foundation Public Service Fellowship program immerses talented, emerging leaders from across the country in the work of Cleveland’s public sector, providing them an opportunity to develop their skills, enhance their networks, and jumpstart a career in public service.

Each Fellow will be matched with a public sector agency with a supportive corporate culture and a commitment to providing opportunities to develop leadership and innovation. In addition to potential placements within local government, selected public service agencies may also include those which provide a range of public goods and services, such as education, healthcare, housing, transportation and water.

Employer: Emerson

Role: Electrical Engineering Co-op (Summer 2023 Semester - May Start)

Job Type: Cooperative Education

Pay: $10/hour

Deadline: February 16, 2023

Description: Expand your technical and professional skills in a real-world setting. Emerson co-ops are given meaningful work, support, and mentorship from experienced managers and key business leaders. There is the potential to gain knowledge and experience in a variety of ways by exploring opportunities associated with your major and rotating through multiple departments.

This position is perfect for students interested in embedded system circuit board design. EE co-ops get the opportunity to utilize various types of lab equipment to conduct tests as well as build circuit board prototypes using through-hole and surface mount technologies. They will also learn schematic capture and PCB layout used to design embedded circuit boards on CAD. Students will also learn “C” programming of microcontrollers and be given the opportunity to design, build and test complete circuit boards.

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