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Weekly Career Development and Exploration Internship and Job Blast


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Updated: 04/04/23

Employer: KeyBank

Role: Part Time Asset Maintenance Lead Specialist

Job Type: Job

Pay: $20/hour

Deadline: April 28th, 2023

Description: A unique job-sharing opportunity that allows two individuals to share the responsibilities of one full-time position. Looking for an individual to share job responsibilities to complete all job tasks from the hours of 8:00am through 5:00pm Monday through Friday. A specialist on the Asset Maintenance Team ensures the timely and accurate setup of new securities on Global Plus, our custody platform. Working in a fast paced and ever-changing environment, the Specialist will manage automation workflows, validate asset data, and manually input/update security master data elements in our accounting system.

Role: Multiple

Job Type: Job and Internship

Pay: Paid

Deadline: Varies

Description: Our mission began more than 150 years ago in 1866 when Henry Sherwin and Edward Williams founded the company in Cleveland, Ohio. The duo went on to shape an industry and create a global legacy. That legacy continues on today as we look ahead and continue to innovate our future. With stores, distribution centers and facilities spanning the globe, we're able to deliver the best in paints, coatings and related products to the world. From our headquarters to our 130 distribution centers and more than 4,000 retail locations, we continue to grow in new and exciting ways.

Here, there's no one path to success. Our 60,000+ employees are diverse, innovative and passionate. Our employees worldwide bring their energy and unique perspectives to each new day. We believe in careers that grow with you and open up new opportunities. With the support of a global team, you can innovate, grow and discover a career where you can thrive and Let Your Colors Show

Employer: Re:Build CDi

Role: Engineering Technical Internship

Job Type: Internship

Pay: $15-20/hour

Deadline: April 7th, 2023

Description: At Re:Build Manufacturing, we are rekindling American Industry. We are a growing family of engineering and manufacturing businesses serving a wide variety of industries from aerospace & defense to healthcare to urban mobility. Re:Build CDI is a member company within the Re:Build Manufacturing organization, and specializes in sheet metal and machined products, mostly for the aerospace and defense industry. We have a full complement of metals manufacturing equipment, as well as thermoplastic composites capabilities. Our Engineering department prepares all models and drawings necessary to manufacture parts from the design datasets provided by our customers, and designs / makes / prototypes any and all tooling or gaging necessary for production.

Role: Walton Family Endowment Fellowship in Time-Based Media (TBM)

Job Type: Internship

Pay: Paid

Deadline: April 7th, 2023

Description: Time-based media (TBM) works include a durational element, such as video, sound, light, or movement. The Cleveland Museum of Art has a growing collection of time-based media in its contemporary art holdings. The Time-based Media intern in Collections Management will consult colleagues in Collections Management, Conservation, Design, and Digital Innovation and Technology Services, as well as seek examples from peer institutions, to produce a time-based media installation guide template. Synthesizing artist-provided information and documentation from previous installations, the TBM intern will create installation guides for each work of TBM in CMA’s permanent collection. A particular priority will be creating an installation guide for a work of sound art in preparation for a future loan.

In addition, the TBM intern will assist with ongoing database activities and administrative tasks in the Collections Management department, which is responsible for coordinating shipments and installation/deinstallation of exhibitions, outgoing loans, incoming long-term loans, new acquisitions, and all art movement in the building, including storage areas.

Role: Climate Resiliency & Sustainability Intern

Job Type: Internship

Pay: $15-20/hour

Deadline: April 7th, 2023

Description: CNP was founded in 1988 to serve the unique role of a local community development funding and support intermediary for community development corporations (CDCs), and it is a vital partner to Cleveland's community revitalization efforts. In 1991 and 1992, the New Village Corporation (NVC) and Village Capital Corporation (VCC) subsidiaries, respectively, were established to further real estate development and lending in the neighborhoods.

CNP believes that CDCs are the best instruments to drive neighborhood revitalization. They are trusted partners in neighborhoods - closest to residents and small businesses, and they exist beyond the lifecycles of individual actors and political systems, allowing them to balance the immediate and long-term needs of neighborhoods. CNP’s mission is to strengthen the community development ecosystem to foster the equitable revitalization of Cleveland’s neighborhoods.

The Climate Resiliency & Sustainability intern, under the supervision of the Manager of Climate Resiliency & Sustainability, will work with the Equitable Neighborhood Revitalization team to learn about and support several sustainability and environmental initiatives. The intern will have an opportunity to work on solar deployment, energy efficiency, circular economy, and neighborhood tree plans through research, mapping, community engagement, and administrative support.

Role: Financial Operations Intern - Summer 2023

Job Type: Internship

Pay: $15-20/hour

Deadline: April 7th, 2023

Description: As an intern at Fund That Flip, you will play an integral role on our Accounting and Finance teams. You will be engaged in meaningful projects where you are challenged and empowered to contribute directly to the business. You'll work closely with our management team on special projects within the real estate lending market. You'll be given clear objectives and will be left to develop and implement your own strategies to execute.

Between mid-May to mid-August, you’ll get the opportunity to experience a full-time office work environment, coming on-site for 30-40 hours per week, Monday through Friday.

Our internship program offers mentorship, shadowing, and meaningful projects where you will be challenged, encouraged and exposed to various facets of a start-up. You will meet other students and have a chance to build a professional network, gain more experience, and learn every day!

Employer: GIE Media

Role: Editorial Internship

Job Type: Internship

Pay: $12/hour

Deadline: April 7th, 2023

Description: GIE Media based just outside of Cleveland, Ohio, is seeking five summer interns to work with different groups in B2B magazine publishing - Ornamental, Turf, Manufacturing, Pest Control Technologies and Recycling. The ideal candidate should be a journalism, communications or English major available to work 35 to 40 hours per week between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday through Friday for approximately 12 weeks. The position will include writing features and news articles, researching, editing, proof reading, website posting, generating story ideas, social media management and other various duties. Interns will be paid $12/hour.

Role: Summer Project Management Intern

Job Type: Internship

Pay: $15-20/hour

Deadline: April 14th, 2023

Description: Pinnacle Construction & Development Group, Inc, a General Contractor in Northeast Ohio, is looking for eager, hardworking individuals interested in advancing their education and skills with a Project Management Internship in the construction industry.

This internship is designed to introduce college students (ideally Juniors and Seniors) to office and field experiences in the commercial construction profession. The opportunity exposes the student to a wide array of professional interactions among management, project managers, field workers, consulting professionals, clients, and related trades, exploring the role of each within a project. Because of this, candidates should possess excellent interpersonal communication skills, both written and verbal.

The intern will work on an active job site under project managers, field superintendents, and other corporate managers on a variety of construction tasks to understand one or more of the practical aspects of converting an idea into a finished construction project.

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