Dear Queensborough Community College Student:
If you are interested in or have any questions about internships please take the time to either call (718) 631-6297 or e-mail SGrossman@qcc.cuny.edu to make an appointment with me. I will be happy to discuss your internship options with you.
Check out our Guide to Internships and Cooperative Education for more information on how to take advantage of internship opportunities.
Majors: Software development; Media; Communications; Journalism
Foodie For All
Location: New York, NY
Deadline: Feb 13
Approx Hours: 20 hrs per week
Founded by a Harvard Business School, Bain and BCG alum, FoodieForAll is an online ordering platform and courier service that delivers food from the top restaurants such as Shake Shack, Momofuku, Balthazar and Nobu. We are currently active in Manhattan and looking to expand into other cities in the near future. We're looking for an ambitious, intelligent and hard-working individual who has previous experience in blog writing and SEO, and can increase the organic traffic and lead generation of our site. If you have interest in digital marketing and startups, this is a unique opportunity to get high level of exposure / responsibility and learn execution at the same time since you will be playing an important role in our Search Engine Optimization project and will be frequently interacting with the founder and the CEO.
Majors: Medical Office Admin; Nursing; Health Sciences
Internship opportunity for those interested in seeing how a medical office operates. Looking for a very energetic person, who is willing to learn and multitask, who has a good personality, is polite, and works well with others. Spanish as a second language is also very helpful.
Job Description: Answering phones, taking detailed messages, making appointments, scanning, working with windows, and we will train for our specific computer system.
Looking for someone who can be very flexible and do many detailed assignments.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 9am – 5pm
Majors: Business; Marketing; Media
Dugout Media, The Leader in Youth Sports Marketing and publishers of Baseball Youth - The Nation's Baseball Magazine for Kids, is looking for individuals to fill its summer Event Staff position.
Baseball Youth Event Management Internship position:
The Baseball Youth Event Staff provides operational functions before, during, and after Baseball Youth Tournaments and Events. Event Staff will assistant the tournament director with field and site set-up, take down, team registration, field supervision, scoring, and other tournament and event roles. Event Staff will be asked to interact directly with teams, coaches, fans, and officials during the event, and act as a point of contact for all participants and fans.
Dugout Media, The Leader in Youth Sports Marketing and publishers of Baseball Youth - The Nation's Baseball Magazine for Kids, is looking for individuals to fill Baseball Youth Brand Ambassador positions. Dugout Media represents several well-known national sponsors, which include Rawlings Sporting Goods, Evoshield, DeMarini, Jack Link's, Wilson Sporting Goods, Majestic, Zepp Baseball, Majestic, SKLZ, Marucci, Easton, and more.
Baseball Youth Fanfest Brand Ambassadors:
The Baseball Youth Fanfest visits major youth tournaments and World Series events, and crew members interact with players, kids and adults throughout sponsored booths. Creating brand awareness for each sponsor is critical and this is achieved through free games, contests, equipment demos, product sampling, video game play, merchandise sales and more. Crews set up during regular tournament play as well as during opening ceremony events. During regular tournament play, crews generally arrive on site in the early morning and run the Experience setup through the afternoon.
Majors: Art and Photography; Speech Communications and Theatre Arts; Journalism; Media
New Digital Media Streaming service for NYC Transit employees. In order to help us in this endeavor we are offering an Internship for the following positions:
Majors: All Majors
Health Science Majors
If you’re interested in doing an internship in a medical office (OB/GYN)
Have taken basic science classes
Please contact Garden OB/GYN:
1 Hollow Lane Lake Success, NY 11042 Suite 315
Kathleen Abita Bile
Quality Assurance Director
And Director of Office Managers
Nobilis is seeking an Origination Analyst to assist with the the fund's outreach and origination efforts in addition to general hedge fund operations. The candidate will be involved in all facets of the investment process from investment screening, origination, performing all levels of due diligence and managing existing portfolio relationships.
This opportunity will allow the candidate to learn the structured and distressed investment business and offers truly unlimited financial upside, for an aggressive and energetic candidate, with compensation tied to the performance of the fund. The candidate should have fluency in English, be comfortable on the phone and have the necessary maturity to be able to speak with C-level management (CEO,CFO).
Responsibilities will include:
This is an entry to mid-level position, but we will also consider a candidate that has experience with PIPES, AGED DEBT, CONVERTIBLES, EQUITY LINES, 3a9, 3a9, 144 at an investment banking firm or hedge fund.
May be done for credit.
Please send resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
SCO Family of Services seeks an intern to assist our Human Resources Department. The ideal intern will have a passion for acquiring a working knowledge of HR policies and procedures.
Major(s): Health Sciences; Health and Physical Education
Description: Bilingual interns commit to a moderate daily fitness program paired with outdoor leadership training and environmental stewardship experience. As a team, interns inspire members of multi-diverse urban communities to take part in exciting park-based adventures that bring participants closer to nature and to the achievement of overall personal and fitness goals.
Urban ecology, communication and health related connections between people and place will be explored through activities to include:
Requirements: Participants must be available to work full-time, June 1 – August 23. Weekends in July / August required
Unicorn Graphics is a creative visual marketing company with our work primarily in printing services. Our company caters to many high-end clients in the New York Metropolitan Area and beyond. Duties will be, but not limited to, assisting in Research & Development, contacting suppliers and distributors, and providing your own creative ideas and solutions for various projects.
This position can lead into a full-time position at the Creative Director's discretion.
Please send your resumes to: Jeffrey@unicorngraphics.com
For Inquiries: Jeffrey (516) 222-0712 ext. 112
UNICORN GRAPHICS | 971 Stewart Ave., Garden City, NY 11530 | Phone: 516-222-0712 | Fax: 516-222-1601 |
Reading Partners NYC is a nonprofit literacy organization that empowers community members city-wide to tutor in elementary schools. Tutors work one-on-one with students using our evidence-based, easy-to-follow curriculum. This semester, you can work with Reading Partners in one of our 14 schools to learn about education and literacy, and to make a difference in the life of a child!
Reading Partners interns are eligible for Cooperative Education credits. You can also volunteer with a commitment of as little as one hour per week.
Please see the attached flyer to learn more. If you are ready to become a Reading Partner, sign up here: http://info.readingpartners.org/volunteer-in-new-york
EMPOWERING NEW LEADERS
QCC students are eligible to receive academic credit for participation
Access Code equips talented adults with the computer programming skills and entrepreneurial training to launch their careers in tech. This intensive 9-month part-time program in mobile app development prepares participants with no prior coding experience for entry-level developer jobs at the hundreds of innovative startups and tech companies (such as Google and Facebook) that are looking to hire the next generation of talent.
Major: Criminal Justice
Department of Homeland Security Secretary’s Honors Program Cyber Student Volunteer Initiative (can be done for credit).
The Secretary’s Honors Program Cyber Student Volunteer Initiative provides students pursuing cybersecurity related degrees with an opportunity to work with top Department of Homeland Security (DHS) cybersecurity professionals, while learning about the unique cybersecurity missions of the department. By offering temporary, hands-on experience to current students, DHS hopes to make a meaningful impact on the education of the Nation’s next generation of cybersecurity talent.
Why Become a Student Volunteer?
As a Cyber Student Volunteer, you will be able to:
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Be aware that The Office of Career Services will be sending you a notice in your weekly TigerMail “Newsletter” alerting you to NEW internship opportunities that become available. Many of them have time sensitive information. If you find one that you want information about, make sure to print the information about the opportunity you’re interested in and bring it with you.
Thank you for your attention.
Office of Career Services
Internship Coordinator/Placement Advisor