Category: Internships (Page 1 of 15)

Boston, MA – EY-Parthenon – Software Consulting Internship

SSG is a consulting firm working with software companies and tech-focused investors to advise on growth strategy initiatives. This involves evaluating tech-focused markets as well as a company’s product capabilities, R&D organization, technical architecture, and cloud strategy.

We are looking for current juniors and seniors at Duke with a passion for software to join our team next summer! If you could pass along this email to students within I&E that would be great! If you have any questions or would like to learn more about day-to-day life at SSG, please send me an email and I am happy to chat!

Below is our list of events for this fall (all events will be posted on the Duke Careers website).

  • Coffee Chats (30 minutes slots) 9/8-9/9 4:30-6:30PM ET
  • EY-Parthenon General Info Session 9/13 6:00-7:00PM ET
  • EY-Parthenon SSG Info Session 9/14 8:00-9:00PM ET

Application deadline 9/17 11:59PM ET. Email ethan.c.eichelman@parthenon.ey.com for details and to apply.

Durham, Remote – LiveGlobally – Intern

LiveGlobally is a local non-profit, who serves our local and global communities affected by traumatic situations. We have a volunteer staff of enthusiastic and passionate people who care for those with needs.

We need an intern who can create a status & financial report from the past few years that depicts the successes we have had with our projects. We will post this on our website to help with fundraising and grants.

The deadline for such is December 2021.

For more information or to apply, contact: nina@nina-be.com

Detroit, MI – ProsperUS Detroit – Community Internship

ProsperUs Detroit

Organization Overview

ProsperUs Detroit is a community economic development organization that infuses low-to-moderate
income communities with services and capital to support income generation, business growth, and
neighborhood revitalization from within. We do this in partnership with community organizations,
residents, local and national stakeholders, and, most importantly, entrepreneurs.

Our core programming includes:

  • Entrepreneur Training: We help emerging business owners get started with business planning
    classes and one-on-one support. Focused on the entrepreneur, we provide 12 classroom
    sessions at a community partner site paired with ten hours of one-on-one support that teaches
    the fundamentals of business and address specific needs.
  • Business Services: We help entrepreneurs connect to professional service providers and provide
    grants to support their investment in projects. Through intentional investments on our part, we
    connect business owners with trusted providers who are skilled in legal, marketing, graphic
    design, accounting, and several more services.
  • Microlending: We provide access to capital through a relationship-based lending process
    designed to meet entrepreneur needs. Through trusted relationships, we coach business owners
    every step of the way to secure a loan that fits their needs regardless of their previous financial
    experiences.

For the last ten years, ProsperUs has served as a catalyst for small business development in
neighborhoods. We have partnered with community members, neighborhood organizations, and
resource providers to respond to the needs of emerging and experienced entrepreneurs in our
community to serve over 1300 entrepreneurs. We are energized and inspired by neighborhood business
leaders and work to ensure they have the resources needed to succeed.

Project Proposal Description

For the last several months, ProsperUs Detroit has been the lead organization for the Anchor Business
Project. A collaboration with the New Economy Initiative (NEI), this is a pilot project that infuses
selected businesses with capital ($25K grants) and is pairing that with coordinated coaching and
technical assistance (TA) ($6,250 TA budget). The coaching and TA are a partnership between ProsperUs
and community development organizations (CDOs) where we intend to examine the impact on the
experiences of businesses, business owners, and commercial corridors. This project is managed by
ProsperUs on behalf of The Kresge Foundation in partnership with NEI. Our CDO partners include
Grandmont Rosedale Development Corporation, Jefferson East, Inc., Live6 Alliance, Midtown Detroit,
Inc., NW Goldberg Cares, Osborn Neighborhood Alliance, and Southwest Detroit Business Association.

The pilot nature of this project means that ProsperUs is extremely interested in what we can learn from
and build into future opportunities. We are seeking a Duke Community Intern to support with project
evaluation measures including, but not limited to:

  • Creating, interpreting, and analyzing survey data and results;
  • Performing interviews with business owners, CDO partners, and coaches;
  • Interpreting and analyzing interview content;
  • Creating storytelling mechanisms for project outcomes; and,
  • Supporting the project management of technical assistance project budgets.

Target Outcomes

ProsperUs and NEI are thrilled for this opportunity for collaboration with partners throughout the city.
We are hopeful that the results of this pilot will bolster other initiatives of this kind in additional
neighborhoods in Detroit as well as other cities nationally. To support this aspiration, this project will:

  • Create valuable datasets and associated analysis;
  • Value multiple “ways of knowing” by utilizing multiple evaluation methods;
  • Develop storytelling collateral (interviews, recordings, video, photography); and
  • Contribute to the overall ethos of collaboration and community.

Categorization of Project

  • Strategic
  • Marketing
  • Scaling

Supervisor: Joanna Dueweke-Perez, Director of Operations & Programs
Contact: jduewekeperez@prosperusdetroit.org // (313) 586-0596

Remote – Momentum Learning – Internship

Join Momentum’s marketing team this fall for a challenging and rewarding paid, part-time (8-15 hours a week) content marketing internship. Momentum, a code school located in Durham, North Carolina, is looking for a prolific, research-driven content marketing intern to support our team in writing and producing various types of
content relevant to the tech industry.

What you’ll do:

• Collaborate with the marketing team, executives, and industry experts to produce relevant content and
topics of research that meets the needs of key stakeholders and our audiences
• Remain current on developments and issues within the tech education industry
• Prepare thoughtful, accurate, and well-written pieces for external distribution
• Coordinate all activities for custom research projects
• Handle multiple projects simultaneously and resolve possible conflicts
• Conduct research within the tech industry to support report development
• Assist with website updates and social media strategy

What we’re looking for:

• Students with strong research and analytical skills with interests in business strategy, technology, and
start-ups
• Excellent interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills with an emphasis on professional writing
• Students currently enrolled in an undergraduate program from an accredited college or university
• Technical experience not necessary

If interested, please send a resume and writing sample to Sara Morris at sara@momentumlearn.com. Start date is flexible, but looking for someone who can start ideally in early September 2021.

Remote – Steradian Technologies – Part-time Internship

Steradian Technologies is a new start-up, focused on making high-tech medical solutions accessible. Through photonics, we have developed the RUMI.

The RUMI is a portable, rapid single-step diagnostic test for COVID-19 and other respiratory diseases. Using photonics, the RUMI’s novel technology is on the cutting-edge of high-tech medical solutions.

Steradian Technologies is seeking a part-time intern for remote work. Your internship will give you experience in working in a fast-paced, quickly growing start-up. You would be working on real pitch decks for investors with the CEO and Director of Development, market research, and other remote work. Your internship will give you invaluable skills in entrepreneurship and an exciting look into what an emerging start-up looks like.

For more details, email tra@steradian-tech.com.

Remote – Realize Design – Digital Marketing Intern

Application Due Date: Sept. 1 2021
Reporting to: Head of Business Development

Home, apartment, or dorm design can be laborious, and moving furniture and taking measurements can be stressful. There is always the risk of purchasing an item that does not fit in the space, and transferring these responsibilities to an interior designer is expensive. With the increasingly virtual world, more and more purchases are made online. Customers often find it challenging to envision how furniture they see online will look in their homes.

Realize was created to address each of these pain points for consumers and make the design process personalized, social, and easy.

With only a 60 second video of their room, customers can see a 3D model of their space on their phone. From there, they can browse and shop for furniture, dragging items in to see how they would fit and look, with all the measuring done by the tech.

Design is a social experience, so consumers will also be able to connect with friends on the app, design together, or even follow people who inspire them.

Do learn more, you can find the app at Realize Design in the App Store.

Key responsibilities include:
– Creating digital content for our social media (Instagram, TikTok, Reddit) and blog
– Being part of the ideation process for marketing campaigns
– Copywriting and editing
– Using analytics to measure success and engagement, presenting this information, executing strategies that reflect this knowledge [analytics experience not required]
– Identifying projects you want to do that align with company needs

You will be exposed to:
– Brainstorming and ideation with company leaders
– How businesses are launched
– SEO best practices
– Digital Marketing
– Cross-functional teams
– Mentorship from team members who want to help you get the most out of your internship experience

We are looking for:
– Passion for digital marketing
– Interest in the interior design and consumer goods space
– Strong written and oral communication
– Ability to multitask
– A self-starter who is able to manage time and tasks independently

Who you are:
– 0-2 years of experience
– Background or interest in digital marketing, entrepreneurship, business development, communications, or strategy

The Logistics:
– This internship will last 3-6 months with potential future opportunities.
– The intern will start mid/late September 2021 and contribute 150-300 hours over the course of the semester, ending December 2021.
– This internship is unpaid but we are more than happy to go through the process to get the internship approved for I&A or other class credit.
– We have a tight-knit team, and once you’re in, you’re a part of the family! We will remain in your network and will do what we can to support you in your career.

How to Apply:
Email isabel@realize.design with the subject line “Your Name + Marketing Internship Application”; include resume and cover letter.

Durham/Remote – Plum – Interships: Product Market Research, Marketing Specialist, Financial Modelling

Plum is the simplest way for people to buy and own homes together. Plum helps people explore if co-ownership is right for them, and if so, guides them through a simple process to help them generate the proper legal documentation to protect the interests of each member of the group and the relationships between them. Following purchase, Plum provides easy-to-use tools to help co-owners manage their shared home and resolve issues gracefully.

Plum’s founder, Matt Williamson, is a serial entrepreneur with 20 years of executive level experience in entrepreneurship, including being the CEO and co-founder of Windsor Circle, a predictive marketing company that won Google Demo Day, was featured in the Inc500 fastest growing companies, and raised over $15M in venture capital, and grew to 80 employees before a successful acquisition.

These internships are opportunities to work with a leading entrepreneur at the very beginning of the entrepreneurial journey. You will receive exposure to the early stage formative process, including product market research, product development, demand generation and capitalization strategy. As a pre-product, pre-revenue company, these internships are offered as unpaid, but represent a tremendous opportunity learn from a tenured entrepreneur, to build one’s resume and to contribute meaningfully to Plum’s first steps.

Immediate Internship Opportunities Exist for the Following Capacities:

1) *Product Market Research Internship* – In this role, the successful intern will engage in primary market research in the form of interviews with existing and potential co-homeowners, across multiple segments, and in secondary research in the form of identifying industry statistics, channel partners and competitors. The successful candidate will be insanely curious, a tremendous listener, and a capable conversationalist who can keep interviewees engaged. This intern must also be good with research and documentation, and proficient in synthesizing trends and patterns from the data. The Product Market Research Intern will gain insights into how to perform market research, how to use tools like Lean Canvases and journey maps, and how to successfully and succinctly summarize and present findings. This role is 20-40 hours a week and can be in person or remote, starting immediately.

2) *Marketing Specialist Internship* – This exciting role will create the public persona of Plum. Key activities include writing marketing copy, designing website content, and building a demand generation funnel to capture leads and drive them to commitment. There will be opportunities to write advertising copy as well. The successful applicant will gain exposure to website development tools, email marketing platforms, CRM and automated lifecycle marketing. This candidate will submit writing samples during the interview process to demonstrate proficiency. This role is 20-40 hours per week and can be in person or remote, starting immediately.

3) *Financial Modelling / Pro Forma Internship* – Plum will need a financial model to guide decision making about capitalization and investment, forecast decisions about staffing and costs, and to perform sensitivity analysis on key factors of the business. The successful candidate will have experience with financial modeling and accounting, and will play an active role in early stage capitalization strategy. This candidate will present a financial model and demonstrate the ability to present and modify the model based on questions as part of the interview process. This role is 15-30 hours per week and can be in person or remote, starting immediately.

Please apply by sending an email to jobs@pterois-llc.com and include the following:
LinkedIn profile (link)
A “cover letter” (you can just write it in the email) expressing why you are interested in this particular opportunity, what you think you can uniquely contribute, and something fun about yourself
Your availability (both in terms of hours per week, and which dates)

Remote – E4 Carolinas – Internship

E4 Carolinas Internship

About the project:

In order to assess the adequacy of EV charging infrastructure along hurricane evacuation routes, we will be creating a simplified traffic flow model (of a single route) that we can use to assess the performance of EV charging capacity under varying scenarios. Scenarios will vary by type of evacuation (tiered vs. unplanned), starting state-of-charge of EVs, percent of vehicles that are EVs, spatial distribution of vehicles, and charging capacity at each node. Given our research needs, we will likely use some form of agent-based model, although we have discussed the possibility of other model types as well.

 

About the position:

The position would entail contributing to model design and model parameterization through research, coding, critical feedback, and brainstorming. You would not be expected to be an expert in all of the fields listed below, but having a reasonable grasp on mathematical modeling would likely be important.

 

Recommended knowledge:

  • systems modeling (agent based models, flow models, mathematical programming/optimization, stochastic simulation, etc.)
  • transportation/traffic parameterization (vehicle flow rates, speed-density relationships, # of lanes, etc.)
  • electric vehicle and infrastructure parameterization (EV charger power ratings, vehicle efficiency, battery capacity, etc.)
  • implementing models using code (no need to be proficient in all of these): Excel + VBA, Python, R, JavaScript
    • we will probably set up the architecture in Excel so that it is easier for non-programmers to follow, but we can run the model any number of ways

How to Apply: Contact Dr. Lukas Brun at lukas.brun@duke.edu with the subject line “E4 Carolinas Intern”

Remote – Wake Forest Baptist Health – Enterprise Strategic Research Opportunities and Participant Engagement

Enterprise Strategic Research Opportunities and Participant Engagement Internship

 

Summary:

This is an opportunity for an enterprising student to gain on the job experience to continue building on a chosen career in healthcare. This role supports the Enterprise Strategic Research Opportunities and Participant Engagement (ROPE) department in Research Administration for the newly integrated Atrium Health and Wake Forest Baptist Health. In following the Enterprise mission to improve health, elevate hope and advance healing for ALL, the primary goal of ROPE is to create the strategic connections that increase patient access to innovative therapies with potential to improve quality of life.

 

Essential Functions

  • Assists with research projects, investigations, data analysis, and other projects.
  • Assists with data collection, database development and management, and report development supporting research administration programs.
  • Helps create reports, PowerPoint presentations, and summary tables.
  • Applies excellent written and verbal communication skills to share and gain information with relevant roles within the Enterprise, with research sponsors, and with the public.

 

Physical Requirements

  • Work requires walking, sitting, and working at a computer. Must be able to lift a minimum of 10 pounds, shoulder height. Ability to work remotely or on the Winston-Salem campus. Responsible for working in a safe manner.

 

Education, Experience and Certifications

  • Excellent planning, prioritizing, oral/written communication, interpersonal, and problem- solving skills required.
  • Familiarity using databases is required. REDCap database skills a bonus but not required.
  • PowerPoint, Word, Excel and Web research skills are required.
  • Ability to work collaboratively as a team member and ability to respond creatively to a rapidly changing environment required.

I recognize this is a late call for a summer internship. Thinking this could be an opportunity for that student who may have a commitment that fell through- unfortunate situation that I understand has been more prevalent in the current climate. I am hoping to get some projects started as soon as possible. The internship can end when the student preps for onset of Fall Semester or could continue with fewer hours through Fall Semester. Here is the application link.

 

 

 

Remote – CLOZTALK – Nonprofit Database and Outreach

CLOZTALK produces high-quality, charity-branded apparel for 501(c) nonprofits to raise awareness and funds for these great organizations … at no cost to the nonprofit! CLOZTALK promotes the nonprofits by building a customized webstore for each nonprofit and producing cool apparel that is branded with that nonprofit’s name and/or logo: t-shirts, hoodies, track jackets, baseball caps, yoga pants, polo shirts, etc. We partner with more than 330 nonprofits across the country, and we handle the fulfillment of their apparel orders, so the nonprofit can focus its resources and people on serving its mission. Through apparel and the conversations that are sparked, we’ve found our nonprofit partners meet people who need help, volunteers, board members, and donors. Our vision is to change the way people think about the messaging power of their bodies and what they choose to wear every day!!!

Our summer internship is for students to help us identify and reach out to more nonprofits across the country! We currently have a database of nonprofits for some cities, but we need to build a database of nonprofits for each major city in the United States. The database includes items such as nonprofit name, location, 501(c) status, pertinent contact info, etc. Our internship is for students to help reach out to the prospective nonprofits, explain CLOZTALK, and encourage the nonprofit to sign up on our website’s online application. If the student is interested, our internship could also include all aspects of growing CLOZTALK, as we are a startup and welcome all help, teamwork, and positive energy!

We are flexible with start and end dates. Students are expected to work about 10 hours per week. Applicants should email jeff@cloztalk.com.

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