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SULI Program Overview

The Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship (SULI) program encourages undergraduate students to pursue science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) careers by providing research experiences at the Department of Energy (DOE) laboratories. Selected students participate as interns appointed at one of 15 participating DOE laboratories. They perform research, under the guidance of laboratory staff scientists or engineers, on projects supporting the DOE mission.

The SULI program is sponsored and managed by the DOE Office of Science’s, Office of Workforce Development for Teachers and Scientists (WDTS) in collaboration with the DOE laboratories.

Applications for the SULI program are solicited annually for three separate internship terms. Internship appointments are 10 weeks in duration for the Summer Term (May through August) or 16 weeks in duration for the Fall (August through December) and Spring (January through May) Terms. Each DOE laboratory offers different research opportunities; not all DOE laboratories offer internships during the Fall and Spring Terms.

Please review website for more application details: http://science.energy.gov/wdts/suli/

 

Eligibility for the SULI program requires that all applicants:

  • Must be currently enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student at an accredited institution, and also have completed at least one year as a matriculating undergraduate student at the time of applying (additional undergraduate credits obtained prior to enrollment cannot be applied to meet the minimum one-year completion requirement). Applicants who will complete their undergraduate degree prior to starting their internship may apply as a “Graduating Senior”, if (1) the applicant has not yet started a program of graduate study and will not matriculate as a graduate student prior to completing the SULI term, and (2) the time period between receipt of an undergraduate degree and starting the SULI term is less than one year. Community college students are eligible to apply.
  • Must have an undergraduate cumulative minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale for all completed courses as a matriculating student.
  • Must be 18 years or older at the time the internship begins.
  • Must be a United States Citizen or Permanent Resident Alien at the time of applying.

    Proof of U.S. Citizenship or Permanent Resident Alien status will be requested at the time an internship offer is accepted. Acceptable form of proof of U.S. Citizenship includes, but is not limited to, a Certified Birth Certificate, an U.S. State Government Issued Enhanced Drivers License, U.S. Passport,  U.S. Passport Card, Naturalization Certificate, Certificate of Citizenship, Consular Report of Birth (of U.S. citizen) Abroad, or Certification of Birth. Permanent Resident Aliens must hold an active United States Permanent Resident Card.

  • Must have earned a high school diploma or General Education Development (GED) equivalent at the time of applying.

    Proof of an earned High School diploma or for passing all five GED tests required to achieve a Certificate of General Educational Development should be provided on the applicant’s undergraduate transcripts.

Please review website for more application details: http://science.energy.gov/wdts/suli/

 

Additional Eligibility requirements:

  • Applicants are limited to participation in the SULI program to no more than two internships.
  • Applicants can apply to the SULI program a maximum of three times.

At the submission deadline (shown in red) the application system will close, and no materials will be accepted after the submission deadline has passed. The Application System closes at 5:00 PM Eastern Time.

SULI Internship Term: Spring 2014
On-line Application
Opens
August 6, 2013
Applications Due October, 1, 2013
5:00pm ET
Offer Notification Period
Begins on or around
October, 15, 2013
All DOE Offers and
Notifications Complete
November 29, 2013

* Applications for internships with DOE Naval Reactors (HQ) are due November 29, 2013. (Summer Term Only)

Please review website for more application details: http://science.energy.gov/wdts/suli/

How to Apply

In addition to submitting your application through your Co-op program office, In addition to applying through your co-op office, please create a profile on our brand new student applicant site.  You can apply via this link https://ea.avature.net/university?tags=lgodson.

Please indicate clearly whether you are available for a 4 month, 8 month, 12 month or 16 month term.  Most positions are 4 or 8 months depending on your availability, but we do consider longer co-op terms if needed

By submitting information for a job posting, you consent and authorize Electronic Arts Canada (“EAC”) to seek, obtain and use references for the purposes of considering your application from third parties without any further notice to you.

To apply you must have the legal right to work in Canada – copies of work permits may be requested for those that are not Canadian Citizens or Permanent Residents

 Position Overview

It’s not easy building the world’s best digital playground. It’s hair-standing-on-end exhilarating. It’s down-in-the-trenches challenging. It’s stroke-of-brilliance-at-midnight creative. It’s you—taking risks, challenging yourself, pursuing ideas, changing the way millions of people do something they love: play. In an industry that’s changing every day, EA is positioned for growth thanks to smart business plans, strategic acquisitions, and most importantly, our creative people around the world who gather each day to unite the world through play. We take that last part very seriously, so if what you’re reading excites you as much as it does us, apply today.

PopCap Games is the leading global developer, publisher and operator of casual video games: fun, easy-to-learn, captivating games that appeal to all ages across PC, mobile, social and other platforms. Based in Seattle, Washington, PopCap was founded in 2000, was acquired by Electronic Arts in 2011, and has a worldwide staff of more than 600 people in Seattle, San Francisco, Vancouver, B.C., Dublin, Seoul, Shanghai and Tokyo. PopCap’s games have been downloaded over 1.5 billion times by consumers worldwide, and its flagship franchise, Bejeweled®, has sold more than 50 million units.
We are looking for world-class game design interns who have the vision, the talent and the drive to support the next great PopCap IP. This job is not for the faint of heart—you are starting with a blank page, and the eyes of the world are upon you. You will be working with a world-class team, and given the time and creative freedom to create the games that you have always dreamed of making, with the support of amazing artists and programmers, and the global reach of PopCap/EA.

Responsibilities

  • Support the creation of innovative and engaging designs and prototypes while maintaining PopCap’s high standard of quality.
  • Retain PopCap’s core brand values and game experience.
  • Communicate game design clearly and concisely with team and throughout worldwide studio.
  • Support and contribute to a game team through progressive and creative design.
  • Provide and receive critique in a constructive manner with suggestions and solutions for improvement.
  • Remain current on industry trends including: new game genres, new game design methods and emerging platforms

Requirements/Skills

  • Experience in game design; academic and internship experience relevant.
  • Proven ability to conceptualize, create and implement game concepts using various tools and technology.
  • Broad knowledge of, and passion for, the casual and classic arcade game genres; knowledge of and enthusiasm for social gaming and Facebook gaming in specific.
  • Interest in new monetization and business models as they relate to game design.
  • Excellent creative, analytical and organizational skills with proven ability to write, communicate and maintain detailed design documentation throughout project life cycle.
  • Demonstrative proof of an open-mined, progressive thinker who is flexible, energetic and driven with the ability to overcome obstacles and challenges with working solutions.
  • Familiarity with programming language basics.
  • Familiarity with Flash, Subversion, Perforce, Photoshop and other tools a plus
  • Comfortable public speaker.
  • Currently enrolled in a bachelors or master’s program with a Game Design focus.

About EA

We’re EA—the world’s largest video game publisher. You’re probably familiar with many of our titles—Madden, FIFA, The Sims, Need for Speed, Dead Space, Battlefield and Star Wars, to name a few. But maybe you don’t know how we’re committed to creating games for every platform—from social to mobile to console—to give our consumers that anytime, anywhere access they demand. What does that mean for you? It means more opportunities to unleash your creative genius, be inspired by those around you and ignite your path in any direction you choose.

Whether you’re plotting a course for SpyMouse on your mobile or your palms are sweaty from clutching your controller during intense games of FIFA 12, chances are you’ve played an EA game. And if you haven’t, well, what are you waiting for? In an industry that’s changing every day—whether it’s through new social channels, advancing technology, new audiences or unique opportunities for monetization—EA is positioned for growth thanks to smart business plans, strategic acquisitions, and most importantly, our creative people around the world who gather each day to unite the world through play. We take that last part very seriously, so if what you’re reading excites you as much as it does us, we invite you to get to know us better.

How to Apply

In addition to submitting your application through your Co-op program office, In addition to applying through your co-op office, please create a profile on our brand new student applicant site.  You can apply via this link https://ea.avature.net/university?tags=lgodson.

Please indicate clearly whether you are available for a 4 month, 8 month, 12 month or 16 month term.  Most positions are 4 or 8 months depending on your availability, but we do consider longer co-op terms if needed

By submitting information for a job posting, you consent and authorize Electronic Arts Canada (“EAC”) to seek, obtain and use references for the purposes of considering your application from third parties without any further notice to you.

To apply you must have the legal right to work in Canada – copies of work permits may be requested for those that are not Canadian Citizens or Permanent Residents

 Position Overview

PopCap Games is the leading global developer, publisher and operator of casual video games: fun, easy-to-learn, captivating games that appeal to all ages across PC, mobile, social and other platforms. Based in Seattle, Washington, PopCap was founded in 2000, was acquired by Electronic Arts in 2011, and has a worldwide staff of more than 600 people in Seattle, San Francisco, Vancouver, B.C., Dublin, Seoul, Shanghai and Tokyo. PopCap’s games have been downloaded over 1.5 billion times by consumers worldwide, and its flagship franchise, Bejeweled®, has sold more than 50 million units.

We need your help to make the next version of one of PopCap’s beloved titles great. This position will be responsible for working closely with producers and artists to create prototypes and code to deliver a PopCap classic to consoles and beyond. We need a dedicated engineer who brings super strong console chops, solid engineering principles, and a touch of magic to bring this game to life.

Responsibilities

  • To support the creation of high quality, polished games as part of a PopCap team
  • Quickly and effectively prototype new game ideas and features and contribute to the architecture and design of the game
  • Work cross-functionally with producers and artists and follow project specifications to finish code on time and within requirements
  • Maintain flexibility to assist with special projects, as needed
  • Support the build and implementation of advanced in-game features, such as multi-player and networked game play
  • Work with the team to define creative vision, technical specifications, fun factor and product content.
  • Execute game designs and design revisions

Requirements/Skills

  • Coding experience in the gaming/console space; academic and internship experience relevant. We seek specific skills with C++, and demonstrated ability to be a quick learner for other computer software packages.
  • Experience with DirectX preferred; experience with Kinect a plus
  • Experience with networking and multi-player game programming
  • A demonstrated passion for improving your craft
  • Strong ability to communicate effectively with both technical and non-technical team members and an interest in contributing to the creation of making great games
  • Must be able to work independently with great follow-through, with strong attention to detail
  • Currently enrolled in a bachelors or master’s program with a Game Design focus.

About EA

We’re EA—the world’s largest video game publisher. You’re probably familiar with many of our titles—Madden, FIFA, The Sims, Need for Speed, Dead Space, Battlefield and Star Wars, to name a few. But maybe you don’t know how we’re committed to creating games for every platform—from social to mobile to console—to give our consumers that anytime, anywhere access they demand. What does that mean for you? It means more opportunities to unleash your creative genius, be inspired by those around you and ignite your path in any direction you choose.

Whether you’re plotting a course for SpyMouse on your mobile or your palms are sweaty from clutching your controller during intense games of FIFA 12, chances are you’ve played an EA game. And if you haven’t, well, what are you waiting for? In an industry that’s changing every day—whether it’s through new social channels, advancing technology, new audiences or unique opportunities for monetization—EA is positioned for growth thanks to smart business plans, strategic acquisitions, and most importantly, our creative people around the world who gather each day to unite the world through play. We take that last part very seriously, so if what you’re reading excites you as much as it does us, we invite you to get to know us better.

Thank you for your interest in the internship opportunities with UW Marketing & Game Day Experience. An internship with UW Marketing & Game Day Experience provides students with invaluable experience that will benefit the pursuit of a career in almost any field, particularly a career in intercollegiate athletics or the sports industry.

UW Marketing & Game Day Experience is currently seeking qualified applicants for the 2013-2014 academic year.  Internships are academic-year commitments and interns are expected to be available to work August/September football games. The following pages contain a great deal of information about our department and our internships. Your application indicates that you understand the nature of these positions and that you are willing and able to make this commitment regardless of other jobs or endeavors in which you may be involved.

The University of Washington Department of Intercollegiate Athletics regards this internship as a vital component of the success of our department.  The efforts and contributions of our interns are crucial to our game day experience and game production as well as day-to-day office responsibilities.

OUR DEPARTMENT

The UW Marketing & Game Day Experience department produces athletic events, creates marketing & promotional plans, and executes in-game promotions and entertainment for 21 intercollegiate sports as well as department and university-wide initiatives.  Our main areas of focus include:

  • Game/Event Production & Entertainment – Coordinate promotions, contests, band, cheer, mascot, audio, video, sponsorship activation, and performances at Husky Athletics events
    • Sponsorship Fulfillment – sponsor recognition, promotional items and contests
    • In-Game Execution – Event staffing, promotion management
    • Scheduling, timing and scripting events
    • Audio and video coordination
    • Band and spirit coordination
    • Scheduling and coordinating large groups and performances
    • National Anthem performance selections
    • Marketing & Advertising – Increasing awareness on campus and in the community about events, entertainment, and ticket promotions through print collateral (posters, schedule cards) radio spots, newspaper ads, e-marketing, social media, and GoHuskies.com.
    • Community Outreach – Dubs’ Club Kids Club and Dads & Daughters programs

 INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

Interning in the UW Marketing & Game Day Experience department provides a great opportunity for students to receive “hands-on” experience in an intercollegiate athletics department. Student interns help to plan and execute marketing & promotional efforts across all intercollegiate sports, power our game day entertainment, enhance fan experience, and take on additional projects and events as needed.  Interns will be cross-trained in all aspects of our program, providing a wide range of knowledge and experiences from game production to customer service to promotion management.  All internships are unpaid opportunities available to full-time students. You may have the opportunity to earn course credit for your internship.  Those chosen for a UW Marketing & Game Day Experience Internship will be selected as either a Game Day Intern OR a Street Team Intern.

INTERNSHIP GUIDING PRINCIPLES

Mission Statement

Powered by our passion, we instill the pride and honor of what it means to be a Husky.  Our value-driven approach to leadership and teamwork drives us to build upon the traditions of the past, fuel the changes of today, and inspire loyal Dawg fans of the future – one experience, one memory, one t-shirt at a time.

 

Core Values

Passion

Teamwork

Tradition

Innovation

Integrity

NETWORKING

Members of the UW Marketing & Game Day Experience department have been employed full-time at many major companies and sport organizations, including: Seattle Seahawks, Sounders FC, University of Michigan Athletics, University of Oklahoma Athletics, Seattle Storm, Louisiana State University Athletics, the Pac-12 Conference, Amazon, & Husky Athletics.

 UW MARKETING & GAME DAY EXPERIENCE STAFF

Ryan Madayag, Director of Marketing & Game Day Experience

206-616-6194                      rvm@uw.edu

Erin Allett, Assistant Director of Game Day Experience

206-221-7465                      eallett@uw.edu

Andy Palmer, Marketing Assistant

206-221-7957                      apalmer@ica.washington.edu

Zoe Gano, Marketing Assistant

206-616-6193                      zgano@ica.washington.edu

INTERNSHIP PROGRAM QUALIFICATIONS

A UW Marketing & Game Day Experience intern MUST meet the following qualifications:

  • Enrolled as a full-time student
  • Highly motivated, creative self-starter
  • Ability to manage time commitment and dedicate all required office and event hours
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Ability to multitask, stay organized, and keep up with a high-energy, fast-paced environment
  • Must be able to work a flexible schedule; evenings and weekends are required

The “Fit”

We believe that our team should be a balanced blend of personalities, strengths, experiences, and backgrounds that encompass the entire spectrum.  We’re not just looking for “butts in [office] seats,” we’re looking for a “fit.”  Nothing about us is cookie-cutter and no two days are the same.  Willing to learn and are okay with not knowing what exactly is going to come next?  If you have a sense of humor and thrive on excitement and creativity in a fast-paced, constantly-changing office and event setting, then this might be your gig.

We work hard…really hard. We need someone who will make their commitment to Husky Athletics a priority.  The hours can be long, the work isn’t always going to be glamorous, and you may find yourself surviving on concession stand hot dogs or protein bars at some point throughout the year.  If you’re not afraid to roll up the sleeves and say “bring it on!” to any task with a smile, we’re interested in you!  Our team is classy in both actions and words – though you don’t have to be the best dressed (we’ll provide you with some sweet gear).  But if you believe appearance, manners, and presentation matter, then keep reading.

We want rockstars that value integrity, understand the UW brand, take initiative, bring unique perspectives to the table, have welcoming personalities, and can excel within a team setting or independently.  We are looking for someone who can consistently see high-quality projects through to completion while keeping in mind the values of our brand and fan base.  Someone who is going to bring their “A” game every single day, inspire others to do the same, and have some fun in the process.  Up for the challenge?

If you just think football games are cool, this isn’t for you.  If you think football games are cool and you want to learn about and be a part of the behind-the-scenes work while connecting with Husky fans in a meaningful way, then this this might be for you.  If you think Volleyball, Basketball, Soccer, Track & Field, Cross Country, Golf, Tennis, Baseball, Softball, Gymnastics, and Crew are just as sweet as football, this might be for you.  This is not your average one-size-fits-all internship.  We tailor projects to you, your career goals, and interests.  In return, we expect your full commitment.  If you are looking to surround yourself with driven professionals, experienced mentors, and enthusiastic peers that are passionate about improving each day, then we encourage you to apply.

 

WHO WE WORK WITH

We work closely with the following departments.  Below is a snapshot description of how we partner with them.

 Husky Athletics Creative Team (Creative Team) – Creates video, graphics, publications, multimedia presentations, gameday audio-video technology, advertising & branding campaigns, and other miscellaneous graphic needs for Husky Athletic events and initiatives.

Washington IMG Sports Marketing (IMG) – Holds the multimedia rights to and secures sponsorships for Husky Athletics, including: game promotions, sponsorships, signage, radio, television, print, Internet, videoboard exposure, coaches endorsements, hospitality, and special projects.  Our department works closely with IMG to generate promotions and giveaways that integrate corporate partners into Husky Athletics events.

 UWTV – Operates stadium and arena videoboards including live camera feed, graphics, replays, highlight packages, and videos. Meet and work with UWTV regularly in producing events.

 Event Management/Facilities – Provides gameday logistics and event staff.  Our department meets regularly with event management to ensure the success of sport-specific marketing efforts. Operates the physical set-up of and access to our athletic facilities.  Our department requests tables, access, troubleshooting/repairs, and other essentials from Event Management.

Sport Operations – Provides gameday logistics and administrative duties including but not limited to: visiting team, officials, and oversight of scorer’s table.  Our department meets regularly with Sport Operations to ensure the success of game production and sport-specific promotional efforts.

 Social Media & Recruiting – Promotes Husky Athletics brand, sports, events, student-athletes, and department initiatives through social media campaigns including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other social media channels.  We meet regularly with Social Media to determine how to best increase awareness for our events and promotions through social media.

Husky Ticket Office – Manages the ticket sales and distribution process for all Husky Athletics ticketed sports.  Our department meets regularly with the ticket office to create a unified system of promoting athletic events.  Together, we run ticket promotions and carry out other programs and initiatives, including database management, e-marketing, Dads & Daughters, and Dubs’ Club.

Communications – Controls the “face” of Husky Athletics by writing content, coordinating media (both live coverage and interviews), and managing GoHuskies.com.  Our department works with Communications to distribute information, logistics on game day, and web updates.

 Tyee Club – Develops and implements giving opportunities and initiatives including scholarships, annual planned giving and special events. We work with the Tyee Club to recognize donors, market giving opportunities, and increase awareness of season ticket opportunities.

Aramark – Food service provider for Husky Athletics.  Our department coordinates concessions promotions and vouchers and other hospitality needs with Aramark.

 INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY: GAME DAY INTERN

Game Day Interns will present themselves as representatives of the Husky Athletics department, adhering to dress code and etiquette requirements.  Interns must be able to lift at least 25lbs.  Game Day Interns are expected to staff all assigned events including mandatory events.

 Responsibilities:

  • Assigned as a “Lead” to a sport program or initiative; including but not limited to:
    • Sports – Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Volleyball, Gymnastics, Baseball, Softball, Men’s & Women’s Tennis, Men’s & Women’s Golf, and Track & Field/Cross Country
    • Initiatives – Campus Marketing, Community Outreach
    • Accept responsibility as assigned sport/initiative “Lead”
    • Assist full-time Marketing & Game Day Experience staff in their duties and assist with special projects
    • Assist with managing public address announcers, coordinating music, videoboard elements, cheer squad, mascot, and band to direct the flow of game entertainment
    • Write scripts for public address announcer – highlighting sponsors and describing promotional activities
    • Fulfill sponsor elements such as PA announcements, promotions, and contests
    • Improve atmosphere through the use of games, giveaways, contests, trivia, music, videos, graphics, etc.
    • Held accountable for the production of assigned sporting events
    • Gather game day promotions materials and set up operations and promotions materials for events

Requirements:

  • Responsible for attending home games/events as assigned (including afternoon, night, and weekend games*)

*interns are never required to miss class to work events

  • Must hold a minimum of 6 office hours per week; 10-15 hours/week including events
  • Must be able to attend all home football games (including August 31, 2013 & September 21, 2013)
  • Genuine interest in athletics and the sport industry
  • Ability to manage time commitment and dedicate all required office and event hours
  • Strong work ethic and willingness to learn
  • Ability to multitask, stay organized, keep up with high-energy, fast-paced environment
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Able to begin assigned office hours during week of September 23, 2013

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Working knowledge of Adobe CS (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign)
  • Working knowledge of collegiate sports and NCAA guidelines
  • Potential to serve as an intern for more than one year

Benefits:

  • UW merchandise
  • Networking opportunities and interaction with department directors
  • Individually-tailored experience
  • Ability to determine office schedule
  • An opportunity to earn class credit

 INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY: STREET TEAM INTERN

Street Team Interns create buzz about Husky Athletics on-campus and at events. They also contribute to the enhancement of Husky fans’ game day experience.  Interns must be able to lift at least 25lbs. Street Team Interns are expected to staff all assigned events including mandatory events.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist Campus Marketing Lead Intern(s) and Marketing & Game Day Experience staff in their duties
  • Act as a liaison for Husky Athletics at events while promoting department programs and initiatives
  • Plan, organize, and execute on-campus promotions, entertainment, and events that increase awareness about Husky Athletics events
  • Collaborate with a team of energetic individuals to promote Husky Athletics on campus, in the community, and at home events
  • Create and implement innovative on-campus, student-focused marketing opportunities for Husky Athletics:
    • Ex. Distribute print collateral, write on boards in classrooms on the day of an event, sidewalk chalking, information booths, dorm connections, design and distribute informational material, etc.
    • Organize and execute plans for giveaways, promotional items, and marketing materials as necessary
    • Distribute giveaways and promotional material at Husky Athletics home events
    • Provide friendly, enthusiastic customer service that enhances the Husky Athletics Game Day Experience

Requirements:

  • Responsible for attending home games/events as assigned (including afternoon, night, and weekend games*)

*interns are never required to miss class to work events

  • Must be willing to engage in “street team” marketing tactics, including: distributing print material, interacting with others in a friendly and upbeat manner, and staffing on-site promotions
  • Must be able to attend all home football games (including August 31, 2013 & September 21, 2013)
  • Punctuality, excellent verbal communication skills and ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Strong working knowledge of campus activities and culture
  • A passion for promoting Husky Athletics to UW students and connecting with the general Husky fan base
  • Minimum of 1 office hour perweek in addition to weekly meeting/conference call; 10 hr/wk on average including events
  • Able to begin assigned office hours during week of September 23, 2013

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Working knowledge of Adobe CS (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign)
  • Working knowledge of collegiate sports and NCAA guidelines
  • Potential to serve as an intern for more than one year

Benefits:

  • UW merchandise
  • Networking opportunities and interaction with department directors and campus leaders
  • Individually-tailored experience
  • Flexible schedule
  • An opportunity to earn class credit

MANDATORY EVENTS FOR ALL INTERNS

There are a few times throughout the year when our department operates in an “all hands on deck” capacity. If selected for any of our internship opportunities, you would be required to be available for the following events:

  • All Home Football Game Days (Fall)
  • Select Men’s & Women’s Basketball games (Winter)
  • Sport Marketing Days (all seasons)
  • Holiday break (events as assigned)
  • Spring break (events as assigned)

CONFIDENTIALITY

Working within Husky Athletics gives you access to confidential or private information.  If selected as an intern, you are expected to adhere to the University’s confidentiality standards and will be required to sign an agreement to that effect.  You are not to talk about anything you hear in the office, at events, or within the athletic department.  If it has not been announced on GoHuskies.com, it is not suitable for public knowledge.

TO APPLY

If interested, please submit the requested items below as one Word or PDF document to Erin Allett via email at eallett@uw.edu by Monday, May 6, 2013. 

  • An up-to-date résumé (please include year in school during 2012-13, major, and expected date of graduation)
  • The answers to the following questions (approximately one paragraph or 150-250 words each):
  1. To which internship are you applying: Game Day Intern OR Street Team Intern?
  2. Why are you interested in UW Marketing & Game Day Experience and why do you want to work for Husky Athletics?
  3. Give an example of a substantially large time commitment you have had (ex. campus activity or leadership role) and explain how you managed your time to complete multiple tasks.
  4. What is the best job you’ve ever had?  Describe the job, your duties, and what you learned from the experience.
  5. Please explain a time you took the lead and set a good example to change a negative situation into a positive outcome.
  6. What do you plan to do after graduation?  What are you career goals and how will this internship help you reach those goals?
  7. Briefly list your campus and community activities, as well as work experiences, and address how they have prepared you for this internship.

A UW Marketing & Game Day Experience team member will contact you regarding the interview process once your materials have been submitted and reviewed.  Interviews will begin during the week of Monday, May 13, 2013.



ATTN: Tech Related Majors (CS/CSE/INFORMATICS/HCDE, IS)

The 8-12 week Information Technology Summer Internship Program is a hands-on program providing students with real world experience and working with project teams and a mentor.   Interns will broaden their knowledge across the IT application development spectrum and gain valuable insight into the telecommunications industry.

Required Qualifications:

  • Working towards BS or BA degree in Computer Science/Engineering, INFORMATICS, HCDE, ACMS, Information Systems or related technical major.
  • 3.2 GPA or above
  • Good communication, self-motivation and teamwork skills
  • US Citizenship or Permanent Residents

Full Time Position for Tech Related Graduates Available – visit ATT website below.

If interested visit http://att.jobs/student-program/matrex for more information, videos and to apply.

Job Acquisition Numbers for Bothell Location:

  • Internship Positions: Job Acquisition # 1314725
  • Full Time Positions: Job Acquisition #1310009

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The UW Seattle Office of Undergraduate Admissions is hiring two professional staff, 12-month contract (summer 2013 to summer 2014) admission counselor interns. The positions are full time and paid.

Position Description:

The mission of the Office of Undergraduate Admissions is to attract and enroll talented and diverse students in order to help create an intellectually and culturally vibrant student body. The values of the university – integrity, diversity, excellence, collaboration, innovation and respect – are exemplified by the Office of Admissions. The Admissions staff enjoys a fast-paced work environment noted for its commitment to diversity and excellence. The Office of Admissions is seeking two talented individuals who share these values and are interested in joining our staff as counselor interns.

The UW Seattle Office of Undergraduate Admissions is hiring two professional staff, 12-month contract (summer 2013 to summer 2014) admissions counselor interns. The positions are full time.

Responsibilities include: counseling prospective freshman, transfer, international  and postbaccalaureate applicants; responding to admissions inquiries via phone and email; representing the UW at on-campus information sessions; traveling  throughout the Northwest and the nation to represent the UW at high schools and college fairs; application review; assisting in outreach and recruitment programs; giving campus tours on a back-up basis; covering reception desk on a back-up basis; and other duties as assigned.

We are looking for people who are enthusiastic about the UW, have a strong work ethic, and exercise sound judgment, professionalism, and maturity.

When you apply, please submit a résumé and a brief cover letter describing your interest in this position.

Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree by start of internship. Must be flexible and have the drive to work in a fast-paced office. During fall and spring recruitment seasons, this position requires the ability to work evenings and some weekends; travel to remote locations; and loading and transporting admissions materials, displays, and other equipment. Strong interpersonal, writing, and public speaking skills are necessary, as well the ability to represent the University in a positive way to diverse populations. The position begins June 24, 2013, and ends June 27, 2014.

Desired:

Involvement in UW clubs or organizations is also desired. As a role model for prospective students, a strong candidate has had a positive UW experience as a student and campus community member.

Early applications are encouraged.

Conditions of Employment:

Valid driver’s license and a criminal background check required.

Search for Requisition #93040 on the UW Employment website.  Applications will be accepted only through UW Employment.

The position closes March 27, 2013.

 

The Office of Film + Music (OFM) and Office of Economic Development (OED) are executive offices of the City of Seattle that work collaboratively to maximize the city’s position as a thriving hub for businesses, jobs, robust neighborhoods, and economic opportunity for everyone in our city. OEDʼs focus is to create a vibrant economy which benefits the whole city by promoting access to economic opportunities for all of Seattle’s diverse communities. OFM’s specific mission is to make Seattle a great place to make a living making film and music.

This Internship Program services both functions (OED & OFM) through shared communications platforms and provides students of accredited academic institutions with the opportunity to integrate academic content with on the job experience in real world situations. The program goes beyond typical internship duties placing students in meaningful staff positions where they will lead initiatives and find rewarding challenges. It will provide students interested in arts, communications, business, and politics, with an unparalleled learning experience to supplement and enhance their academic programs. Students who excel in the program will have exclusive access to professional networks which will transition them from school to career.

Internship Program:

Interns participate in a variety of activities for OED & OFM, including marketing, communication, and outreach tasks supporting the City’s economic development mission. The Internship Program includes direct support and observance of the intersection of public policy with Seattle’s business environment, executive government, business meetings, and press conferences, film permitting, music events, neighborhood forums, and business networking events. Interns are encouraged to develop specific projects of interest that contribute to Seattle’s economic development and will have exposure to the current issues faced by the City of Seattle.

The program runs for six months, from March 1st to August 30th. Participants are required to work a minimum of 32hrs/week and be receiving academic credit for the duration of the internship in order to receive a monthly stipend of $750.00. In addition, interns receive a monthly bus pass.

If you are interested in this program but are not a student of an accredited academic institution or are unable to receive academic credit, you may still apply. All opportunities and expectations remain the same, but due to federal rules, you will not qualify for the monthly stipend and would be hired as an unpaid intern.

Who should apply?

We are looking for motivated individuals who are interested in utilizing a specific set of hard and soft skills that launch them onto a career path.

Successful program participants will research, write clearly and effectively, think critically, make timely decisions, multi-task, manage various projects from start to finish, design presentations for upper management, write (or be willing to learn) HTML and basic software code, manage website content and social media platforms, communicate efficiently and effectively through verbal and virtual means, represent OFM & OED in high level meetings, analyze key metrics, manage project timelines, collaborate with multiple staff and/or departments, interact with local industry leaders, conduct targeted community outreach, and more.

At OED & OFM, interns gain practical experience that complements their academic studies, obtain critical professional level exposure that informs future career choices, and develop skills that transition well into a full-time position in the workforce. Most successful participants have a background in one or more of the following: Economics/Political Science, Communications, Business/Marketing Film/Music/Interactive Media.

If interested, send a cover letter and resume to OED@seattle.gov by 5:00 p.m. on Monday, February 11, 2013.

 

 

Position:
INTERN/EXTERN

Name of Organization:
LAW OFFICE OF KIM-KHANH T. VAN, PLLC
Century 321 Building – Downtown Renton, WA
321 Burnett Avenue South, Suite 203
Renton, WA 98057

Wells Fargo Plaza – Downtown Tacoma, WA
1201 Pacific Avenue, Suite 600
Tacoma, WA 98402

SEATTLE – TACOMA/LAKEWOOD

Contact Attorney: KIM-KHANH T. VAN
Phone number: 206-304-0642
Email: kimkhanh@kkvlaw.com
If interested, please send your resume, cover letter, and writing sample to the referenced email address.

Duties and Responsibilities:
• Assist attorney in general law practice: civil, criminal, immigration, family law, bankruptcy, and wills, and business law
• Assist in communicating with clients, drafts legal forms and pleadings, and legal research
• Assist in administrative office matters

Minimum Qualifications:
• Enrolled in undergraduate, graduate or law school program; or graduate
• Computer knowledge in Word and Window Vista
• Fluent in SPANISH, HINDI, VIETNAMESE, KOREAN OR CHINESE
• Able to work in team environment
• Able to work independently
• Must be able to commit to three days per week/24 hours per week (M-SAT)
• Must be flexible to travel to Seattle/Renton/Tacoma office locations
• Ownership of car and reliable transportation required
• Knowledge of website design or tech savvy

Educational Benefits:
Student will gain hands on experience in busy law office under supervision of attorney. Student will learn several areas of law and practice writing, research and interfacing skills. Areas covered: contracts, torts, criminal law, civil procedure, criminal procedure, business law, trademark, copyright, wills, bankruptcy, and immigration

Sustainability Map Web Developer

Start Date: December 2012 or 1st week of classes January 2013
Hours/Times: 10-­‐15 hours per week, Days/Times Negotiable
Compensation: $13.00/hour
Internship Period: Through Spring Quarter 2013 (until development of project is complete)
Husky Jobs ID# 65775

UW Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability (ESS) operates within the F2 Administration/ Strategy Management department of UW Finance & Facilities.

The Sustainability Map Developer will work in partnership with the ESS Program Coordinator to develop an online interface for the UW Sustainability Map. The goal of this project is to improve and further develop our current Drupal/Google Sustainability Map into a visually attractive and user-­‐friendly online interface to display the information we have collected for a University of Washington Sustainability Map. The Sustainability Map Developer will gain experience in integrating CSS coding, with Drupal, and with Google Maps.

This position will report to and work closely with the website manager for the Environmental Stewardship & Sustainability office. The sustainability map developer will be primarily responsible for the map project, but will have the option of helping with other web development projects if desired.

Project Outcomes and Metrics:
1. Establish a sustainability map that meets the following objectives:
a.) The map should be self-­‐sustaining, require minimal ongoing maintenance, and not require additional funding from the University b.) The program should be comprehensive in regards to multiple areas of sustainability practices c.) The program should retain the UW look and feel, while still resembling the ESS site d.) The program should be simple to use and update

2. Perform user testing on the map interface to improve the user experience.

3. Use multiple marketing methods to communicate the completion of the sustainability map to students and departments on campus.

4. Measurable metrics: number of visitors to the sustainability map, tracked by Google Analytics.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Experience with Drupal, Google Maps, CSS, HTML, and/or other computer programs and design software.
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to manage competing deadlines and prioritize time accordingly.
  • Ability to work independently and a strong commitment to environmental learning.
  • Multi‐tasking skills and the ability to work on a wide variety of tasks.
  • Previous experience working in an office environment is a plus.

To Apply:
Email cover letter, resume and contact information for two references to oess@uw.edu

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