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Student Internships

Friesen Center for Service & Experiential Learning

Browse a list of opportunities below to find a potential internship site. Or contact Ascend Indiana.

Ascend Indiana is a nonprofit that works with Huntington University to connect students to early-in-career internships, part-time and full-time jobs in Indiana. They partner with hundreds of Indiana employers and are completely free for Huntington University students to use.

To access the Network and receive personalized role suggestions, sign up for an initial meeting with one of their recruiters here.

Additionally, you can search Indiana INTERNnet for internship opportunities within the state of Indiana.

If you would like help finding an experience, please fill out our Internship Assistance Request Form. To receive credit for an internship, practicum, job shadow, SMAC, or Broadcast Media Capstone experience, fill out and submit the Experiential Learning Contract.

For important deadlines, click here.

On-Campus Internship(s)

We are sorry, but there are no student positions available at this time.

Off-Campus Internship(s)

Counseling Intern

Counseling Intern: Vision of Hope, Lafayette, IN

Full-time, 35-40 hrs/week, unpaid, internship may start in Jan, April, July or Oct of each year for a minumum of a one-year commitment

Internship Description:

Do you have a heart for young women who are struggling and looking for answers from God’s word in tackling life-dominating sins? Do you have a desire to increase your skills in working with challenging young women from a Biblical point of view?  An internship at Vision of Hope just might be what’s best to help you gain the skills you’ll need to get an awesome job in this ministry area in the future! Interning at Vision of Hope will give you an edge in this career field and will give you valuable experience, and possibly even college credit.

What we do:

The program is designed to help solve complex problems as efficiently and thoroughly as possible, using a relationship with Christ and the direction available from His Word as the basis for change and growth

Who Can Apply for the Internship:

Only women are eligible for internships. We prefer experience or education in the Biblical Counseling field, but that is not required. Free housing and meals are included in the on-site intern position package. Off-site internships are available as well.

Contact:

Please send resumes and cover letters to Heather Putney at this email: hputney@faithlafayette.org.

Software Development Intern

Software Development Intern: Aptera Software Industry, Ft. Wayne, IN <Application Deadline: Apr 25, 2021>

Part-time, 35 hrs/week, paid, May 13, 2021 - August 25, 2021, can be conducted remotely

Majors desired:

Computer Science

Position Description:

Aptera is seeking a Software Developer Intern to join our Aptera Academy. The Aptera Academy is a thorough program designed to help motivated students develop into successful software professionals. Interns are paired with an experienced mentor who will help guide them through development of client projects. If you are interested in working with modern web technologies, bridging the gap between classroom curriculum and real-world experience, while working with a software craftsmanship-oriented team, then we are interested in chatting with you!

List of responsibilities:

As a Software Developer Intern you will: 

  • Work on a team to design and implement full-stack web-based solutions using C#, .NET and SQL
  • Partner with a mentor to learn Aptera's development best practices like testing first (TDD), continuous integration and continuous delivery
  • Attend Development Team daily stand ups, huddles and developer trainings
  • Shadow consultants throughout Aptera's client discovery process
  • Perform related work as required

Desired qualifications:

Top things we look for in our team members: 

  • Passion for technology
  • Problem solver mentality
  • Strives to help others succeed
  • Friendly and easy-going personality
  • Desire to work on a team Top skills/qualifications we look for
  • Pursuing a Software Engineering, Computer Science or related degree • Internship and/or classroom experience in HTML5, JavaScript and SQL
  • Object Oriented development experience (C# preferred)
  • Experience developing both front end and back end components of a web-based application
  • TDD, SPA's and AngularJS experience preferred

Who we are:

Aptera Software Aptera is a custom software development partner specializing in building mobile apps, web apps, and websites for enterprise-level businesses. Founded in 2003 and based in Fort Wayne, IN, we have a diverse team of onsite and remote employees around the Midwest. At Aptera, we believe that by creating a culture of learning we can empower our team members to develop the best software for our clients. With our expertise, we help clients solve complex business problems to transform the way they do business. Aptera works with clients around the globe and is headquartered in Fort Wayne, IN. For additional information about Aptera please visit our website at www.apterainc.com & our YouTube channel to see more about our company culture.

To Apply:

https://aptera.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=9

Washington, D.C. Academic Internship Program

The Fund For American Studies (TSFA) is looking for students to apply for academic internships in Washington, D.C. Please see below for dates, scholarship details and the application.

 

Gain Experience + Grow Your Network

 

In any given summer more than 40,000 students come to Washington, D.C. to intern and network. As you can imagine, competition is stiff. TFAS alleviates the stress of securing an internship by guaranteeing you an internship placement that matches your skills and career interests. Students intern in the following areas:

  • Policy groups, think tanks, federal agencies, Congressional offices and nonprofit organizations.
  • International NGO's, and embassies.
  • Businesses, trade associations and public affairs firms.
  • Media outlets, PR firms and communications offices.

Additionally, TFAS provides housing, academic credit, a support network and a full calendar of events to help you learn and grow your network.

 

Are you ready to take on Washington, DC? 
Start your application today! >>

 

 

TFAS Academic

Internship Programs

in Washington, D.C.

 

Program Dates

Summer: June 5 - July 30

Fall: August 25 - November 24

 

Upcoming Deadlines

 

Summer 2021

Final Deadline: March 16

 

Fall 2021

Early Deadline: March 1

Priority Deadline: April 15

 

DCinternships.org

 

 
 
 
Video Production Intern for TinCaps

Video Production Intern: Ft. Wayne TinCaps, Ft. Wayne, IN 

Full-time, paid

Overall Job Description:

This internship position helps the Video Production Department with video and graphic design needs for TinCaps games and special events at Parkview Field. Responsibilities include assisting with video projects for the ballpark video boards, live game broadcast and promotional content.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assist with all aspects of the Video Production Department
  • Create stills, animations and short video features for main video board and auxiliary LED displays • Create short features for social media and broadcasts
  • Work on the production crew for live game broadcasts (director, producer, camera, graphics, replay)
  • Work non-gameday special events that require video staff
  • Video Prep work for special events
  • Maintenance of video equipment
  • Brainstorm ideas for marketing and promotions

Skills and Abilities Required:

  • Video Editing: Adobe Premiere CC
  • Graphic Design: Adobe Photoshop CC
  • Video effects and animations: Adobe After Effects CC
  • Experience and basic knowledge of videography
  • Experience with Studio Equipment (i.e. Lights, Microphones, Blue Screen)
  • Preferred experience with live broadcasting
  • Ability to handle a variety of projects
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Proficiency in working with a team
  • Ability to work independently
  • Ability to meet deadlines
  • Willingness to work long hours
  • General knowledge of baseball

Contact:

Please E-mail Résumé and Reel/Work Examples to: Melissa Harring – Director of Video Production to melissa.harring@tincaps.com

Internship Overview

  • The Fort Wayne TinCaps offer an extensive internship program for college students and recent college graduates to gain valuable knowledge, experience, and insight in the field of sports.
  • TinCaps Internships are full-time commitments, beginning in May and concluding in mid to late August for students going back to school or the end of September at the conclusion of the TinCaps season.
  • Interns working a full season will gain valuable insight into the daily operations leading up to the start of a season and then learn the aspects of working a game-day schedule.
  • Interns should be highly motivated, have a strong interest and desire to work in the sports industry, have an excellent personality, a strong work ethic, good attitude, and the willingness and ability to work long hours, weekends, and holidays, including up to and even more than 80 hours in a week.
  •  The TinCaps will review the progress of each individual intern throughout the season in an effort to cover their strengths and weaknesses within the TinCaps organization and the internship program.
  • The purpose of the TinCaps Internship program is to allow students the opportunity to gain a better understanding of the operations of a professional sports organization and selecting an appropriate career.  The TinCaps strive to utilize all interns to their fullest capabilities based on experience, education, aspirations, work ethic and choice of area they desire.
  • In addition to the duties assigned in each internship job description, each intern will also assist with pulling tarp; non-TinCaps game events such as high school baseball games; concerts, private parties and outside events. All interns will help with the delivery of Pocket Schedules as well.
  •  All interns will be required to attend mascot appearances as both a TinCaps representative and as the mascot.
  • All interns are expected to work all home games, as well as any special events that may include but aren’t limited to concerts and Fort4Fitness. 

Internship Notes for all interns

  • TinCaps Internship pay for the season will be $1,000 per month, with the chance of commission for sales positions.
  • The TinCaps do not offer any housing. All interns hired will be responsible for finding their own housing in the Fort Wayne area. We will provide a list of apartments for interns and put all hired interns in contact for roommate situations.
  • Interns will be responsible for having reliable transportation with the requirements of pocket schedule deliveries and mascot/player appearances.
  • Non-game day hours will be from 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday, with the possibility of evenings or weekends for TinCaps Player or Mascot Appearances, or the promotion of the TinCaps at Community events.
  • On event days, most of which will be TinCaps games, hours expected will be from 10:00 AM until approximately one hour after the event, sometimes as late, or later than 11:00 PM. Interns will be required to work up to 80 hours in a given week during the TinCaps regular season.
  • The TinCaps will also implement a monthly schedule of events for interns to plan their schedules accordingly.
  • In addition, all interns will be required to assist with the distribution of the TinCaps Pocket Schedules to all areas of Fort Wayne and surrounding communities within a 60-mile radius.
  • In addition to position-related responsibilities, interns will also work the TinCaps Guest Service Booth during game days.
  • Also, interns will assist with the Boy Scout and Girl Scout Overnight events that the TinCaps hold each year.
  • Interns must be available to work full-time, which includes nights, weekends and some holidays during the summer. Exceptions for hires may be made for those students attending local colleges who are still taking classes during the Spring Semester.
  • 16 of our 30 full-time staff members started as interns for the Fort Wayne TinCaps/Wizards. 
Grounds Crew Intern for TinCaps

Grounds Crew Intern: Ft. Wayne TinCaps, Ft. Wayne, IN 

Full-time, paid

Overall Job Description:

Assists head groundskeeper and full-time assistants in field preparation, setup, and postgame clean-up for all TinCaps home games. A strong work ethic and interest in baseball is required. Prior experience in field maintenance work is desired but not necessary. Looking for individuals interested in investigating or pursuing a career as a baseball groundskeeper.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assist with bullpen maintenance
  • Help set up and tear down for batting practice (must be able to lift 50 pounds)
  • Operate, maintain, and fix grounds crew materials, equipment, and tools • Additional field maintenance duties on non-gameday events throughout the season
  • Other duties as assigned

Skills and Abilities Required:

  • Ability to handle a variety of projects
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Proficiency in working with a team
  • Ability to work independently
  • Ability to meet deadlines
  • Willingness to work long hours
  • General knowledge of baseball

Contact:

Please send all resumes, cover letters and other information to Brent Harring at harring@tincaps.com or Austin Allen at allen@tincaps.com

Internship Overview

  • The Fort Wayne TinCaps offer an extensive internship program for college students and recent college graduates to gain valuable knowledge, experience, and insight in the field of sports.
  • TinCaps Internships are full-time commitments, beginning in May and concluding in mid to late August for students going back to school or the end of September at the conclusion of the TinCaps season.
  • Interns working a full season will gain valuable insight into the daily operations leading up to the start of a season and then learn the aspects of working a game-day schedule.
  • Interns should be highly motivated, have a strong interest and desire to work in the sports industry, have an excellent personality, a strong work ethic, good attitude, and the willingness and ability to work long hours, weekends, and holidays, including up to and even more than 80 hours in a week.
  • The TinCaps will review the progress of each individual intern throughout the season in an effort to cover their strengths and weaknesses within the TinCaps organization and the internship program.
  • The purpose of the TinCaps Internship program is to allow students the opportunity to gain a better understanding of the operations of a professional sports organization and selecting an appropriate career.
  • The TinCaps strive to utilize all interns to their fullest capabilities based on experience, education, aspirations, work ethic and choice of area they desire.
  • In addition to the duties assigned in each internship job description, each intern will also assist with pulling tarp; non-TinCaps game events such as high school baseball games; concerts, private parties and outside events. All interns will help with the delivery of Pocket Schedules as well.
  • All interns will be required to attend mascot appearances as both a TinCaps representative and as the mascot.
  • All interns are expected to work all home games, as well as any special events that may include but aren’t limited to concerts and Fort4Fitness. 

Internship Notes for all interns

  • TinCaps Internship pay for the season will be $1,000 per month, with the chance of commission for sales positions.
  • The TinCaps do not offer any housing. All interns hired will be responsible for finding their own housing in the Fort Wayne area. We will provide a list of apartments for interns and put all hired interns in contact for roommate situations.
  • Interns will be responsible for having reliable transportation with the requirements of pocket schedule deliveries and mascot/player appearances.
  • Non-game day hours will be from 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday, with the possibility of evenings or weekends for TinCaps Player or Mascot Appearances, or the promotion of the TinCaps at Community events.
  • On event days, most of which will be TinCaps games, hours expected will be from 10:00 AM until approximately one hour after the event, sometimes as late, or later than 11:00 PM. Interns will be required to work up to 80 hours in a given week during the TinCaps regular season.
  • The TinCaps will also implement a monthly schedule of events for interns to plan their schedules accordingly.
  • In addition, all interns will be required to assist with the distribution of the TinCaps Pocket Schedules to all areas of Fort Wayne and surrounding communities within a 60-mile radius.
  • In addition to position-related responsibilities, interns will also work the TinCaps Guest Service Booth during game days.
  • Also, interns will assist with the Boy Scout and Girl Scout Overnight events that the TinCaps hold each year.
  • Interns must be available to work full-time, which includes nights, weekends and some holidays during the summer. Exceptions for hires may be made for those students attending local colleges who are still taking classes during the Spring Semester.
  • 16 of our 30 full-time staff members started as interns for the Fort Wayne TinCaps/Wizards. 
Food and Beverage Intern for TinCaps

Food & Beverage Intern: Ft. Wayne TinCaps, Ft. Wayne, IN

Fullt time, paid

Overall Job Description:

This Internship position helps out in many different aspects of our Food and Beverage Department. Main contact during the season is Rebekah Carr ( carr@tincaps.com ), Michael Shidler (shidler@tincaps.com) and Bill Lehn ( lehn@tincaps.com ).

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Oversee the operation of a specific area including staffing, set up, operation, accountability and restocking for next game/homestand.
  • Monitor overall operation for specific area to make profitable and efficient. Provide feedback to improve operation. Adjust staffing levels, food production as well as keeping customer service at highest levels to ensure fan experience
  • Help out in other departments including concession stands, bars, portable food carts, VIP Service areas and the group food operation as needed
  • Help out with special events outside of TinCaps games
  • Help count and track inventory in your specific area and increase accountability for hourly staff
  • Exposure to food preparation in kitchen area to assist with large volume requirements as needed

Skills and Abilities Required:

  • Great communication skills – team leader
  • Ability to handle a variety of tasks in a fast-paced operation
  • Ability to multi-task as this operation has many different types of service provided to our guests. See the big picture.
  • Proficiency in working with a team – propose improvements to the operation as noted during actual operation • Ability to work independently – self-starter is a must
  • Ability to meet deadlines – be accountable and hold hourly staff to accountable standards
  • Willingness to work long hours
  • General knowledge of food safety and customer service. Serve Safe certified is a plus.

Contact:

Please send all resumes, cover letters and other information to Brent Harring at harring@tincaps.com or Austin Allen at allen@tincaps.com

Internship Overview

  • The Fort Wayne TinCaps offer an extensive internship program for college students and recent college graduates to gain valuable knowledge, experience, and insight in the field of sports.
  • TinCaps Internships are full-time commitments, beginning in May and concluding in mid to late August for students going back to school or the end of September at the conclusion of the TinCaps season.
  • Interns working a full season will gain valuable insight into the daily operations leading up to the start of a season and then learn the aspects of working a game-day schedule.
  • Interns should be highly motivated, have a strong interest and desire to work in the sports industry, have an excellent personality, a strong work ethic, good attitude, and the willingness and ability to work long hours, weekends, and holidays, including up to and even more than 80 hours in a week.
  • The TinCaps will review the progress of each individual intern throughout the season in an effort to cover their strengths and weaknesses within the TinCaps organization and the internship program.
  • The purpose of the TinCaps Internship program is to allow students the opportunity to gain a better understanding of the operations of a professional sports organization and selecting an appropriate career.
  •  The TinCaps strive to utilize all interns to their fullest capabilities based on experience, education, aspirations, work ethic and choice of area they desire.
  • In addition to the duties assigned in each internship job description, each intern will also assist with pulling tarp; non-TinCaps game events such as high school baseball games; concerts, private parties and outside events. All interns will help with the delivery of Pocket Schedules as well.
  • All interns will be required to attend mascot appearances as both a TinCaps representative and as the mascot.
  • All interns are expected to work all home games, as well as any special events that may include but aren’t limited to concerts and Fort4Fitness. 

Internship Notes for all interns

  • TinCaps Internship pay for the season will be $1,000 per month, with the chance of commission for sales positions.
  • The TinCaps do not offer any housing. All interns hired will be responsible for finding their own housing in the Fort Wayne area. We will provide a list of apartments for interns and put all hired interns in contact for roommate situations.
  • Interns will be responsible for having reliable transportation with the requirements of pocket schedule deliveries and mascot/player appearances.
  • Non-game day hours will be from 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday, with the possibility of evenings or weekends for TinCaps Player or Mascot Appearances, or the promotion of the TinCaps at Community events.
  • On event days, most of which will be TinCaps games, hours expected will be from 10:00 AM until approximately one hour after the event, sometimes as late, or later than 11:00 PM. Interns will be required to work up to 80 hours in a given week during the TinCaps regular season.
  • The TinCaps will also implement a monthly schedule of events for interns to plan their schedules accordingly.
  • In addition, all interns will be required to assist with the distribution of the TinCaps Pocket Schedules to all areas of Fort Wayne and surrounding communities within a 60-mile radius.
  • In addition to position-related responsibilities, interns will also work the TinCaps Guest Service Booth during game days.
  • Also, interns will assist with the Boy Scout and Girl Scout Overnight events that the TinCaps hold each year.
  • Interns must be available to work full-time, which includes nights, weekends and some holidays during the summer. Exceptions for hires may be made for those students attending local colleges who are still taking classes during the Spring Semester.
  • 16 of our 30 full-time staff members started as interns for the Fort Wayne TinCaps/Wizards. 
Marketing, Community Relations and Promotions Intern for TinCaps

Marketing, Community Relations & Promotions Intern: Ft. Wayne TinCaps, Ft. Wayne, IN 

Full-time, paid

Overall Job Description:

This internship position helps the Marketing Department with all things involving Community Relations and Promotions. Main contacts during the season are Morgan Olson and Brenda Feasby.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assist with all mascot appearances, both as the mascot and as the TinCaps Representative
  • Implement and oversee TinCaps theme night promotions and set up
  • Oversee TinCaps Kids Club Program including ways to grow enrollment and engagement • Handle all donation requests during the TinCaps Season
  • Schedule and lead ballpark tours
  • Main contact for Military Appreciation Night
  • Involved with Staff Engagement Program and other initiatives
  • Very involved in on-field promotions, from finding contestants, to explaining to promotions, and ensuring that they run smoothly
  • Brainstorm ideas for marketing and promotions
  • Other duties as assigned

Skills and Abilities Required:

  • Great communication skills
  • Graphic Design is a plus, but not necessary
  • Ability to handle a variety of projects
  •  Ability to multi-task
  • Proficiency in working with a team
  • Ability to work independently and meet deadlines
  • Willingness to work long hours
  • General knowledge of baseball

Contact:

Please send all resumes, cover letters and other information to Brent Harring at harring@tincaps.com or Austin Allen allen@tincaps.com

Internship Overview

  • The Fort Wayne TinCaps offer an extensive internship program for college students and recent college graduates to gain valuable knowledge, experience, and insight in the field of sports.
  • TinCaps Internships are full-time commitments, beginning in May and concluding in mid to late August for students going back to school or the end of September at the conclusion of the TinCaps season.
  • Interns working a full season will gain valuable insight into the daily operations leading up to the start of a season and then learn the aspects of working a game-day schedule.
  • Interns should be highly motivated, have a strong interest and desire to work in the sports industry, have an excellent personality, a strong work ethic, good attitude, and the willingness and ability to work long hours, weekends, and holidays, including up to and even more than 80 hours in a week.
  • The TinCaps will review the progress of each individual intern throughout the season in an effort to cover their strengths and weaknesses within the TinCaps organization and the internship program.
  • The purpose of the TinCaps Internship program is to allow students the opportunity to gain a better understanding of the operations of a professional sports organization and selecting an appropriate career.
  • The TinCaps strive to utilize all interns to their fullest capabilities based on experience, education, aspirations, work ethic and choice of area they desire.
  • In addition to the duties assigned in each internship job description, each intern will also assist with pulling tarp; non-TinCaps game events such as high school baseball games; concerts, private parties and outside events. All interns will help with the delivery of Pocket Schedules as well.
  • All interns will be required to attend mascot appearances as both a TinCaps representative and as the mascot.
  • All interns are expected to work all home games, as well as any special events that may include but aren’t limited to concerts and Fort4Fitness. 

Internship Notes for all interns

  • TinCaps Internship pay for the season will be $1,000 per month, with the chance of commission for sales positions.
  • The TinCaps do not offer any housing. All interns hired will be responsible for finding their own housing in the Fort Wayne area. We will provide a list of apartments for interns and put all hired interns in contact for roommate situations.
  • Interns will be responsible for having reliable transportation with the requirements of pocket schedule deliveries and mascot/player appearances.
  • Non-game day hours will be from 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday, with the possibility of evenings or weekends for TinCaps Player or Mascot Appearances, or the promotion of the TinCaps at Community events.
  • On event days, most of which will be TinCaps games, hours expected will be from 10:00 AM until approximately one hour after the event, sometimes as late, or later than 11:00 PM. Interns will be required to work up to 80 hours in a given week during the TinCaps regular season.
  • The TinCaps will also implement a monthly schedule of events for interns to plan their schedules accordingly.
  •  In addition, all interns will be required to assist with the distribution of the TinCaps Pocket Schedules to all areas of Fort Wayne and surrounding communities within a 60-mile radius.
  • In addition to position-related responsibilities, interns will also work the TinCaps Guest Service Booth during game days.
  • Also, interns will assist with the Boy Scout and Girl Scout Overnight events that the TinCaps hold each year.
  • Interns must be available to work full-time, which includes nights, weekends and some holidays during the summer. Exceptions for hires may be made for those students attending local colleges who are still taking classes during the Spring Semester.
  • 16 of our 30 full-time staff members started as interns for the Fort Wayne TinCaps/Wizards. 
Ticket Office and Group Sales Intern for TinCaps

Ticket Office and Group Sales Intern: Ft. Wayne TinCaps, Ft. Wayne, IN

full-time, paid

Job Description:

This internship position is stationed in the ticket office and will help in all aspects of the ticket office. Learn how a ticket office runs, and have the opportunity to learn more about group sales and season ticket sales. Main contacts/direct supervisors during the season are Paige Watson and Kade Zvokel.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Game day and group sales through Streamline Ticketing Software
  • Assist with Centerfield Ticket Office
  • Set up and tear down of will call (must be able to lift 50 pounds)
  • Assist with walk up and phone orders for individual ticket buyers
  • Develop and implement ticket plans and group sales opportunities
  • Oversee and sell TinCaps Birthday Party Packages, including ordering and picking up cupcakes
  • Working other ticketed events outside of TinCaps games as well as potential non ticket events
  • Customer service calls to current ticket plan holders
  • Assist with the delivery of season tickets, suite books, and pocket schedules
  • Resolve and troubleshoot ticket problems, run monetary and ticket reports, and process group payments
  • Work Guest Services during parts of TinCaps games
  • Work with the Reading Program Director to assist with the Reading Program
  • Attend mascots appearances both as the mascot and as the TinCaps representative
  • Other duties as assigned

Skills and Abilities Required:

  • Strong communication skills both on the phone and in person
  • Customer service skills
  • Ability to handle a variety of projects
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Proficiency in working with a team
  • Ability to work independently and meet deadlines
  • Willingness to work long hours
  • General knowledge of baseball

Contact:

Please send all resumes, cover letters and other information to Brent Harring at harring@tincaps.com or Austin Allen at allen@tincaps.com

Internship Overview

  • The Fort Wayne TinCaps offer an extensive internship program for college students and recent college graduates to gain valuable knowledge, experience, and insight in the field of sports.
  • TinCaps Internships are full-time commitments, beginning in May and concluding in mid to late August for students going back to school or the end of September at the conclusion of the TinCaps season.
  •  Interns working a full season will gain valuable insight into the daily operations leading up to the start of a season and then learn the aspects of working a game-day schedule.
  • Interns should be highly motivated, have a strong interest and desire to work in the sports industry, have an excellent personality, a strong work ethic, good attitude, and the willingness and ability to work long hours, weekends, and holidays, including up to and even more than 80 hours in a week.
  • The TinCaps will review the progress of each individual intern throughout the season in an effort to cover their strengths and weaknesses within the TinCaps organization and the internship program.
  • The purpose of the TinCaps Internship program is to allow students the opportunity to gain a better understanding of the operations of a professional sports organization and selecting an appropriate career.
  • The TinCaps strive to utilize all interns to their fullest capabilities based on experience, education, aspirations, work ethic and choice of area they desire.
  • In addition to the duties assigned in each internship job description, each intern will also assist with pulling tarp; non-TinCaps game events such as high school baseball games; concerts, private parties and outside events. All interns will help with the delivery of Pocket Schedules as well.
  • All interns will be required to attend mascot appearances as both a TinCaps representative and as the mascot.
  • All interns are expected to work all home games, as well as any special events that may include but aren’t limited to concerts and Fort4Fitness. 

Internship Notes for all interns

  • TinCaps Internship pay for the season will be $1,000 per month, with the chance of commission for sales positions.
  • The TinCaps do not offer any housing. All interns hired will be responsible for finding their own housing in the Fort Wayne area. We will provide a list of apartments for interns and put all hired interns in contact for roommate situations.
  • Interns will be responsible for having reliable transportation with the requirements of pocket schedule deliveries and mascot/player appearances.
  • Non-game day hours will be from 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday, with the possibility of evenings or weekends for TinCaps Player or Mascot Appearances, or the promotion of the TinCaps at Community events.
  • On event days, most of which will be TinCaps games, hours expected will be from 10:00 AM until approximately one hour after the event, sometimes as late, or later than 11:00 PM. Interns will be required to work up to 80 hours in a given week during the TinCaps regular season.
  • The TinCaps will also implement a monthly schedule of events for interns to plan their schedules accordingly.
  • In addition, all interns will be required to assist with the distribution of the TinCaps Pocket Schedules to all areas of Fort Wayne and surrounding communities within a 60-mile radius.
  • In addition to position-related responsibilities, interns will also work the TinCaps Guest Service Booth during game days.
  • Also, interns will assist with the Boy Scout and Girl Scout Overnight events that the TinCaps hold each year.
  • Interns must be available to work full-time, which includes nights, weekends and some holidays during the summer. Exceptions for hires may be made for those students attending local colleges who are still taking classes during the Spring Semester.
  • 16 of our 30 full-time staff members started as interns for the Fort Wayne TinCaps/Wizards. 
Merchandise Intern for TinCaps

Merchandise Intern: Fort Wayne TinCaps, Ft. Wayne, IN

Full time, $1,000/month with chance for commission for sales

The TinCaps are currently accepting resumes, cover letters, and references from students that are interested in being considered for an internship position with the 2021 Fort Wayne TinCaps. Interviews will be conducted starting in February and early March, and the expectation is to have the internship positions filled as soon as possible. Please no phone calls in regards to the status of your resume. We will contact all interested candidates for either a phone interview or update with a letter for your status. 

Job Description:

This internship position helps the Orchard Team Store and Sweetwater Kids Zone. Plenty of experience from running a store, to hiring and training staff members. Main contact during the season is Emma Reese.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assist with ordering items
  • Inventory recaps and stocking of merchandise
  • Help run the team store during the day and during TinCaps games
  • Run sales reports and monitor sales percentages and per caps
  • Hire and train gameday staff for both The Orchard team store and the Sweetwater Kids Zone
  • Help set up store layouts
  • Responsible for hiring and scheduling over 20 employees
  • Process and ship online orders
  • Personalize shirts and jerseys, and help customers in the team store
  • Go on mascot appearances both as the mascot and as the team representative
  • Other duties as assigned Skills and Abilities Required:
  • Experience with handling money
  • Ability to handle a variety of projects
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Proficiency in working with a team
  • Ability to work independently and meet deadlines
  • Willingness to work long hours
  • General knowledge of baseball

Contact:

• Please send all resumes, cover letters and other information to Brent Harring at harring@tincaps.com or Austin Allen at allen@tincaps.com

Extra Info About Internship:

  • The Fort Wayne TinCaps offer an extensive internship program for college students and recent college graduates to gain valuable knowledge, experience, and insight in the field of sports.
  • TinCaps Internships are full-time commitments, beginning in May and concluding in mid to late August for students going back to school or the end of September at the conclusion of the TinCaps season.
  • Interns working a full season will gain valuable insight into the daily operations leading up to the start of a season and then learn the aspects of working a game-day schedule.
  • Interns should be highly motivated, have a strong interest and desire to work in the sports industry, have an excellent personality, a strong work ethic, good attitude, and the willingness and ability to work long hours, weekends, and holidays, including up to and even more than 80 hours in a week.
  • The TinCaps will review the progress of each individual intern throughout the season in an effort to cover their strengths and weaknesses within the TinCaps organization and the internship program.
  • The purpose of the TinCaps Internship program is to allow students the opportunity to gain a better understanding of the operations of a professional sports organization and selecting an appropriate career.
  • The TinCaps strive to utilize all interns to their fullest capabilities based on experience, education, aspirations, work ethic and choice of area they desire.

All Interns Should Expect the Following:

  • Each intern will also assist with pulling tarp 
  • Attend non-TinCaps game events such as high school baseball games, concerts, private parties and outside events.
  • All interns will help with the delivery of Pocket Schedules 
  • All interns will be required to attend mascot appearances as both a TinCaps representative and as the mascot.
  •  All interns are expected to work all home games, as well as any special events that may include but aren’t limited to concerts and Fort4Fitness. Internship Notes for all interns
  •  The TinCaps do not offer any housing. All interns hired will be responsible for finding their own housing in the Fort Wayne area. We will provide a list of apartments for interns and put all hired interns in contact for roommate situations.
  • Interns will be responsible for having reliable transportation with the requirements of pocket schedule deliveries and mascot/player appearances.
  • Non-game day hours will be from 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday, with the possibility of evenings or weekends for TinCaps Player or Mascot Appearances, or the promotion of the TinCaps at Community events.
  • On event days, most of which will be TinCaps games, hours expected will be from 10:00 AM until approximately one hour after the event, sometimes as late, or later than 11:00 PM. Interns will be required to work up to 80 hours in a given week during the TinCaps regular season.
  • The TinCaps will also implement a monthly schedule of events for interns to plan their schedules accordingly.
  • In addition, all interns will be required to assist with the distribution of the TinCaps Pocket Schedules to all areas of Fort Wayne and surrounding communities within a 60-mile radius.
  • In addition to position-related responsibilities, interns will also work the TinCaps Guest Service Booth during game days.
  • Also, interns will assist with the Boy Scout and Girl Scout Overnight events that the TinCaps hold each year.
  • Interns must be available to work full-time, which includes nights, weekends and some holidays during the summer. Exceptions for hires may be made for those students attending local colleges who are still taking classes during the Spring Semester.
  • 16 of our 30 full-time staff members started as interns for the Fort Wayne TinCaps/Wizards. 
Vegetable Production Crew Intern

Vegetable Production Crew Intern: RiverRidge Farm Industry, Roann, IN <Application Deadline: May 31, 2021>

Part-time, 16 hrs/week, paid, Can complete internship in fall semester or summer (June 1 - Aug 20)

Position Description:

The intern will work alongside our other employees as well as the owner learning the various aspects of intensive, organic vegetable production.

List of responsibilities:

Harvesting, washing and packing produce, planting and weeding crops, and helping at Farmer's Market.

Desired qualifications:

A motivated, eager learner, willing to work outside in all types of weather conditions. Must be able to work well with others, honest, and dependable.

Contact:

Nathan Fingerle, Owner

Phone: +1 260-901-3125   Email: nfingerle@juno.com

*To apply, students should send cover letter and resume to email above

Sports Camp Counselors or Video/Social Media Coordinator

<TWO POSITIONS> 1. Sports Camp Counselor 2. Video/Social Media Coordinator: AGAITAS, Warsaw, IN 

Flexible Compensation: $1,000 - $1,500, part time (see hours below)

A local sports ministry based out of Warsaw, Indiana is seeking multiple summer interns for the 2021 Summer.

AGAITAS (Ah-gah-tas) combines the Greek word for love (Agape) and the Latinword for truth (Veritas). We love because we know the truth. We shaped our organization on the story of Jesus and the feeding of the 5,000 in John 6:9. Jesus used a boy, who had little, to bless a large group of people. We wanted to do the same. AGAITAS exists to use athletics to provide opportunities for leadership, personal development, and real life change through Christ. We believe every child should have the opportunity to experience the fun, joy, fellowship and challenges a sports camp has to offer no matter what their socioeconomic status might be.

Qualities Needed: 

  • Personal relationship with Jesus Christ
  • Works well with youth within a diverse environment
  • Desire to share the Gospel with youth and adults
  • Detail-oriented
  • Kid person
  • Self-motivated
  • Knowledge of Sports
  • Ability to lead small groups
  • Able to drive

Internship Role Responsibilities: 

Pop-Up camps: 4PM – 7:30PM (most weeks)

Soccer Camp: 7AM – 1PM (1 week)

Basketball Camp: 4PM – 9PM (3 days)

Baseball Camp: 4PM – 7:30PM (1 week)

Golf Camp: 8AM – Noon (3 days)

Sports Counselor responsibilities:

  • Schedule daily sessions (big camps/pop-ups)
  • Prep gear for all summer camps
  • Lead pop-up camps
  • Organize all gear and apparel
  • Large Soccer Camp Prep
  • Large Baseball Camp Prep
  • Large Basketball Camp Prep
  • Large Golf Camp Prep
  • Attend/Serve at all large camps
  • Organize registration information (big camp/pop-up)
  • Able to share devotionals
  • Help find volunteers for each camp
  • Help find speakers for each camp
  • Write ‘Thank You’ notes for volunteers

Additional responsibilities/assignments as needed

Video and Social Media Coordinator Responsibilities:

 

  • Create a short (2-minute video) for each pop-up camp
  • Create a Day 1 video and highlight video for each big camp
  • Run AGAITAS social media for the summer (Facebook, Instagram, and twitter)
  • Videos due the day after camp, schedule will be provided.

Additional responsibilities/assignments as needed

*Days, hours, and responsibilities are subject to change

Contact:

Please submit a resume including a brief summary (1 page or less) of why you feel you should be considered for this internship to Lindsey Miller at ADMIN@AGAITAS.com. If you are applying for the Video and Social Media Coordinator position, please include a link to some of your video/editing work.

Farm Intern

Farm Intern: Strauss Veal Feeds, Inc., North Manchester, IN  <Application Deadline: May 31, 2021>

Both part time and full time positions available, paid, spring (Feb - May), summer from May 1, 2021 - August 1, 2021

Position Description:

Looking for interns to do lab work, research, calf nursery feed, processing of beef calf.

List of responsibilities:

Responsiblities will vary, depending on job. Will be discussed in interview.

Desired qualifications:

An agricultural background or desire to be in an agricultural background.

Contact:

Human Resources: Phone: +1 260-982-8611

Send cover letter and resume to:    hr@straussvealfeeds.com

Media Team Intern

Media Team Intern: Beulah Beach Industry, Vermilion, OH <Application Deadline: Apr 15, 2021>

Full-Time, 40 hrs/week, paid, May 25, 2021 - Aug 13, 2021  

Majors desired: Film, Audio/Video, Communications, Graphic Design

Position Description:

Media Team Intern Provides assistance to the Media Director in producing, capturing, editing, and distributing camp videos and photos throughout the summer camp season. Also assists in audio/visual live production.

List of responsibilities:

  • works with the team to shoot and edit close to 30 camp highlight videos
  • capture and upload thousands of photos of campers
  • run live A/V for daily services
  • assist in graphic design and visual thematic elements for summer camps

Desired qualifications:

  • Knowledge of and some familiarity with Adobe CC programs specifically Premiere and Lightroom.
  • Knows basic videography and photography
  • Has some experience running audio/visuals/lighting in a live production setting.

Contact:

Aaron Duarte, Media Director

Phone: +1 440-967-4861   Email: aduarte@bbeach.org

*To apply, students should use link to application  http://bbeach.org/apply

Operations/Management Intern

Operations/Management Intern: American Promotional Events, Inc. (DBA: TNT Fireworks), Marion, IN 

Part time, 40 hours/week, paid, April 19 - August 13, 2021

Majors desired:

Logistics / Supply Chain / Mangaement / Operations majors, GPA of 3.0+

Position Description:

TNT Fireworks is seeking highly-motivated individual(s), who is seeking valuable on the job training in a fast-paced distribution environment. With our 100-year history, we are the industry leader in providing safe and enjoyable consumer fireworks. In this position you will manage teams in the areas of production, receiving, logistics and shipping.

List of responsibilities:

  • Complete shipments by pulling and loading orders
  • Complete cycle counts for inventory management
  • Analyzes/research shipment statuses
  • Manage small team on shipping dock

Contact:

Employer Name: Kevin Helfrich, Operations Manager

Phone: +1 765-669-3277   Email: helfrichk@tntfireworks.com

*To apply, students should send the following via email: Resume

Direct Support Professional Intern

Direct Support Profesional Intern: Daniel's Place, North Manchester

Part time, 10 hr/week, unpaid

Internship available during Summer (May-August), Fall (Aug - Dec), J Term (2.5 wks in Jan.), Spring (May-August) and may be completed while a full time student at HU.

Majors desired:

PT, OT, Special Education, Social Work, nursing

Position Description:

Interns will work on an as needed basis. Interns will assist DSPs in providing quality care for our guests. Interns will also be given the opportunity to learn what it takes to run a not-for-profit organization if desired.

List of responsibilities:

  • Help plan activities for clients (swimming, going to the park, crafts, etc)
  • Help prepare food for clients
  • Assist in general upkeep and cleaning
  • Uphold the Daniel's Place values of: equality, compassion, integrity, joy, excellence and compassion
  • Interns may be exposed to: Feeding tubes, Adult diapers, Catheter,s Colostomy bags

Desired qualifications:

Worked with children/adults with disabilities

Contact:

Erin Working, Office Administrator

Phone: +1 260-578-4711   Email: office@daniels-place.org

*To apply, students should send the following via email: Resume

Field Agronomist Intern

Field Agronomist Intern: Tech Services, Inc., Bluffton, IN    <Application Deadline: Apr 12, 2021>

Part time (hours will vary depending on whether the intern is working in the field or office), paid, May 12, 2021 - July 30, 2021 

Majors desired:

Agriculture, Crop Sciences, Ag Business

Position Description:

Interns would assist in plot assembly, data collection, crop scouting, etc.

List of responsibilities:

  • Plot assembly for research.
  • Stand Counts for corn and soybeans which will require traveling.
  • Seed Packaging.
  • Crop Scouting.
  • Desired qualifications:
  • Attention to detail.
  • Accuracy.
  • Confidentiality.

Contact:

Mike Mossburg, President

Phone: 1 260-694-6619  Email: sam@techservicespro.com

*To apply, students should send the following via email: Resume, Cover letter

Business Administration Intern

Business Administration Intern: Wabash County Museum, Wabash, IN   <Application Deadline: Mar 31, 2021>

Part-time, 18 hrs/week.  Flexible work schedule: Week days (Tuesday-Friday) - Willing to work occasional Saturday's and special events after hours is a plus 

Semesters in which internship may completed:

Fall (Aug-Dec) J-Term (2.5 weeks in January) Spring (Feb-May) Summer (May-Aug)

Majors desired:

Museum studies; business; marketing; non-profit; history; education

Position Description:

The Museum is searching for an adaptable individual that is comfortable with independent working, customer service, and community outreach.

List of responsibilities:

  • Assistance in exhibit/concept design
  • Greet guests as they enter the building and be able to assist with questions and concerns
  • Assist Director of Guest Experience in leading field trip groups. Ages ranging from 6-10.
  • The museum will provide training on museum knowledge
  • Occasional Front Desk Duties: Answering the Phone, Assisting with Museum Store purchases, light cleaning, track attendance

Desired qualifications:

- Proficiency in technology and basic software, such as Square, Word, Google preferred.

- Demonstrated excellence in writing and public speaking.

 Contact:

Brian Haupert, Director of Operations

Phone: +1 260-563-9070

Email: info@wabashmuseum.org (Please email resume and cover letter)   

Farm Assistant Intern

Flack Farms Inc: Farm Assistant Intern, North Manchester, IN       <Application Deadline: Apr 30, 2021>

Summer: Full time, 40 hrs/week. We will discuss pay at your interview, but we are competitive! We may also ask you for some references.  We would like someone from the time HU classes are complete, until HU begins in the fall. If all goes well we would love someone that could even work during the school year when you are free. 

Position Description:

Flack Farms, Inc. is a local, family-operated agricultural business located outside of N. Manchester, IN. We raise hay, soybeans, and wheat, but our main focus is hay production. We have a Steffen Bale Converter that we use to compress big bales of hay into small bales that can be wrapped, palletized, and shipped all over the U.S. We are looking for a hard working individual that would like some practical experience in all aspects of producing the small compressed bales. You will be working on equipment, operating farm machinery, possibly making deliveries to customers, and assisting with hay production (this could include a few weeks in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, all expenses paid). You will be outside a lot and engage in a variety of activities to increase your skills and knowledge.

List of responsibilities:

  • Mowing, raking, baling hay
  • Processing of large bales into compressed bales
  • Possibly 2 weeks spent in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan making hay
  • Forklift training
  • Servicing and maintaining equipment
  • Customer service
  • Loading and unloading semi trailers

Desired qualifications:

  • Previous agricultural experience
  • Punctual
  • Able to work some weekends and possibly holidays
  • Positive, enthusiastic attitude and willing to learn

Contact:

  • Steve Flack, President
  • Phone: +1 260-568-1585
  • Email: lisa@flackfarms.com *To apply, students should email resume and cover letter.
Marketing and Social Media Intern

Marketing and Social Media Intern: Ella Chic Boutique, Roanoke, IN

Part time, paid, 5 -10 hrs/week, may be completed in fall or spring semesters or summer (Length of internship is flexible and could be lengthened or shortened depending on availability.)

Position Description:

Handle marketing responsibilities including social media, writing and sending/scheduling emails. This includes taking pictures, videos, or creating content needed for these avenues. Create visually appealing graphics to use for website and app. 

List of responsibilities:

Create and schedule content for social media accounts. Create visually appealing and on brand images for website and app. Create emails with appropriate content and schedule.

Desired qualifications:

Experience with social media, specifically with creating video content. Understand branding. Fashion merchandising experience or desire to learn. Love of fashion and clothing is a must.  

Contact:

  • Employer Name: Stacy Callahan, Owner/CEO
  • Phone: +1 260-341-3536
  • Email: info@ellachicboutique.com
  • Email cover letter and resume to address above.
Farm Workhand Leader Intern

Farm Workhand Leader Intern: Kurtz Produce

Summer internship (May - August) is full time, 40 hrs/week, paid

Fall internship (Aug - Dec) is part-time, flexible hours, paid

Majors desired:

Agriculture

Position Description:

We are looking for a summer or fall intern to help with many of the steps in raising summer vegetable or fall specialty crops. The internship will be involved in field prep, planting/transplanting, plant scouting, spraying, pruning, harvest, and sorting/grading of over a dozen different vegetables and fall specialty crops (Sweet Corn, Tomatoes, Melon, Peppers, Cabbage, Green Beans, Etc. in the summer and Pumpkins, Squash, Gourds, Indian Corn, Etc. in the fall) This internship can be fairly labor intensive at times, but will also require problem solving, planning, or organization. Instructions will be given on many of the tasks and then the intern will be responsible for completing them on their own. At times the intern is requested to lead a small group of high school aged employees during different jobs. No previous farm experience is required. Some equipment use will happen throughout the internship based off the interns comfortability to run the different pieces of equipment (ATVs, small tractors, washing/sorting equipment, and car/truck). The fall will involve some agritourism with school tours, corn maze, and other fall activities.

List of responsibilities:

  • Retail and Wholesale Customer Interactions
  • Quality and Timely Work
  • Independent Work
  • Team Leader

Desired qualifications:

  • Hardworking
  • Willing to work extra when needed
  • Attention to detail
  • Willing to learn new things

Contact:

Send cover leter and resume to Matt Kurtz, Farm Manager

Phone: +1 260-704-8239   Email: kurtzproduce@gmail.com  

Performance Assistant Intern

 Performance Assistant Intern: Parkview Sports Medicine Performance , Ft. Wayne, IN

*Application Deadline: Apr 15, 2021*

16 Part-Time Hours per week, Unpaid, Duration of summer internship: May 17, 2021 - Aug 06, 2021  

Internship Semesters Available: Fall (Aug-Dec), Spring (Feb-May), Summer (May-Aug)  May be completed while a student enrolled at HU.  May not be performed remotely.

Majors desired:

Exercise and Movement Science, Sport and Exercise Studies

Position Description:

Parkview Sports Medicine (PSM) Performance is currently looking for interns to assist with team and individual training in our three, state of the art, Ft. Wayne, Indiana sports performance facilities. PSM Performance Interns will help implement the training offered to PSM's area partners which include: 9 youth sports clubs, 26 area high schools, and five local colleges and universities. Interns will get the unique experience of training male and female athletes, ages 8U - college, who participate in a wide range of sports. Interns will be tasked with performing baseline testing on diverse athlete populations, data entry and facility maintenance. A successful candidate must possess excellent communication and decision making skills. The candidate must also be highly dependable and possess the ability to build a good rapport with sport coaches, parents and other members of the PSM staff. Interns will also participate in daily education sessions with the PSM Performance staff. Educational topics will include: principles of resistance training, periodization concepts, modes and methods of resistance training, plyometrics, speed development, energy system development, and recovery techniques. Each intern will complete a comprehensive syllabus aimed at preparing them for a career in the sports performance/ Strength and Conditioning profession.

Individuals who complete their internship during the academic year, will have the chance to compete for our two (2) summer paid internship positions. Start dates, required hours, and special projects can be flexible to accommodate individual internship requirements.

List of responsibilities:

  • Assist with athlete assessments and recording of scores.
  • Lead training sessions which will include: warm-ups, plyometrics, speed and agility, and resistance training.
  • Effectively motivate athletes during training sessions.
  • Supervise facility during assigned hours which may include: enforcing rules, cleaning, and spotting lifts.
  • Engage in outreach programs that increase community awareness of PSM Performance.

Desired qualifications:

  • Individual should wish to pursue a career in sports performance upon graduation.
  • Skills a student will potentially develop through this internship:
  • Adaptability or flexibility
  • Attention to detail
  • Cognitive flexibility
  • Comfort with diversity
  • Confidence Creativity
  • Critical thinking
  • Customer service
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Leadership Organization
  • Positivity
  • Problem-solving
  • Teamwork
  • Time management
  • Verbal communication
  • Work ethic

Application Process:

Employer Name: Scott Charland, Manager of Human Performance

Phone: +1 317-560-7113, Email: scott.charland@parkview.com

Please reach out to him directly with cover letter and resume. 

Website/Marketing Intern

Website/Marketing Intern: United Way of Huntington County, Huntington, IN 

part-time, 15 hrs/week, unpaid

Internship Duration:

Feb 10, 2021 To: Apr 10, 2021. Duration will be solely dependent upon the intern. If he/she is able to complete the website refresh and does not want to help with social media/marketing that is perfectly fine. If he/she do want to assist, then it can go as long as he/she is available.

Position Description:

We are in need of a website refresh. We would also be excited if we found someone that had the skills to refresh our website and help us manage our social media presence as well.

List of responsibilities:

Review current website and propose changes to be made. Discuss with Executive Director and Donor Development Coordinator about changes and timelines. Manage Social Media.

Desired qualifications:

  • Above average knowledge of website design and social media.
  • Able to work remotely.
  • Skills a student will potentially develop through this internship:
  •  Adaptability or flexibility Collaboration Creativity Teamwork Tech savviness
     

Internship may be completed:

Spring (Feb-May) while student is enrolled as full-time at HU.  May be completed remotely.

Application Process: 

  • Hiring Employer Name: Kyle Metzger
  • Position Title: Executive Director
  • Phone: +1 260-356-6160
  • kmetzger@huntingtonunitedway.com
  • Send Resume/Cover Letter to email above.  Application Deadline: Feb 28, 2021 
Actuarial Student Intern

Actuarial Student Intern: Milliman, Indianapolis,IN

Full-time, housing stipend

Contact: Apply now

 

Business Overview:

The health care consulting practice located in the Indianapolis office of Milliman provides consulting services to a broad array of clients in the healthcare field with primary focus on Medicaid and Pharmaceutical consulting. We are looking for actuarial student interns to assist other actuarial students and consulting actuaries with the development and use of actuarial models for pricing, reserving, and forecasting. 

The position allows each employee to take on responsibility for client work while making meaningful contributions to projects and the firm. Interns are treated like new hires during their summer and receive the same experience they would if they were a full-time actuarial student. Our team members are independent problem solvers who care about the quality of the work that is delivered to clients and to each other. They take personal responsibility for their work and are motivated to succeed in their own careers as well as to help the firm succeed. We leverage these skills to create innovative solutions and share novel insights with our clients.

The successful candidate will review, organize and analyze statistical data; develop and utilize actuarial models; analyze healthcare costs and utilization data; and implement software solutions under actuaries’ supervision.

Our flat structure provides opportunity for self-motivated actuarial students to ask questions, learn fast, interact with leading experts in the field, and take on responsibility commensurate with individual professional growth.

 

Position Description: 

  • Analyze healthcare cost and utilization data using spreadsheets and databases
  • Review, organize and analyze statistical data using Excel, R, and SAS
  • Draft client communications 
  • Examine benefit plan and insurance pricing 
  • Perform experience analysis and reserving
  • Complete technical research and computer modeling
  • Provide financial and statistical analysis
  • Reconcile claims data and project future costs
  • Support senior staff in strategic projects such as supporting clients through environmental changes or healthcare reform

 

Minimum Qualifications: 

  • Pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in actuarial science, mathematics, or another major with quantitative course work
  • GPA of at least 3.3
  • Previous actuarial or related internship experience is a plus
  • At least 1 Society of Actuaries exams passed
  • A desire to expand actuarial skills and be committed to obtaining Fellowship
  • Knowledge of Excel
  • Knowledge or training in computer programming language a plus
  • SAS, and/or VBA experience is particularly useful
  • Ability to quickly learn new software programs
  • Strong time management skills
  • Strong analytical, communication (written and oral), and organizational skills
  • Excellent people skills with the career goal to be an actuarial consultant
  • Results-driven orientation
  • Willingness and aptitude for detail work
  • Enthusiastic; helpful attitude
  • Ability to prioritize work and meet deadlines

 

Competencies of a successful actuarial student:  

  • Effective written and oral communication 
  • Organization and ability to manage and prioritize time without constant supervision
  • Demonstrates effective listening skills and does not have to ask the same question twice
  • Detail oriented, with ability to follow technical instruction
  • Displays willingness and eagerness to learn
  • Honesty in representing the steps taken to develop solutions
  • Treats others with respect
  • Approaches conversations ready and able to take notes
  • Acts as a good representative of the practice both professionally and socially (social media, work events)
  •  Views constructive feedback with the goal of improving own work product

 

The position includes: 

  • A housing stipend
  • Structured opportunities to get to know other team members 
  • Exposure to senior consultants and practice leaders 
  • Speaker series covering a wide range of professional development skills

 

Why Milliman?

Milliman is among the world's largest independent consulting and actuarial firms. Our clients represent nearly every segment of stakeholders in the global healthcare system. We advise clients on a wide range of issues—from assessing the impact of healthcare reform on organizations or populations to providing insight into medical utilization. Our consulting work is supported by a powerful tool kit of data analytics solutions and an expert-driven, multidisciplinary team approach to deliver actionable insights to our clients. Starting positions in the Milliman Indianapolis Health Practice offer varied opportunities to develop both professional and technical skills. We are hiring a broad range of professionals across actuarial, data analytics, finance, consulting, and policy positions.

 

Sponsorship/Location

Applicants must be presently authorized to work in the United States. Indianapolis Health Practice will not sponsor applicants for this position for the following work visas/statuses: F-1 STEM OPT, H-1B, J-1, TN, O-1, L-1, or E-1/2.

This position will be based out of the Milliman office in Indianapolis. Applicants must be willing to work onsite in the Milliman office.

 

Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities

The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor’s legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c)

 

Qualifications

Behaviors

 

Preferred

Detail Oriented: Capable of carrying out a given task with all details necessary to get the task done well

Innovative: Consistently introduces new ideas and demonstrates original thinking

Motivations

 

Preferred

Self-Starter: Inspired to perform without outside help

Ability to Make an Impact: Inspired to perform well by the ability to contribute to the success of a project or the organization

Education

 

Preferred

Bachelors or better in Actuarial Science or related field.

Experience

Required

Pursuing a Bachelor's or Master's degree in actuarial science, mathematics, or another major with quantitative course work

GPA of at least 3.3

At least 1 Society of Actuaries exam passed

Preferred

Previous actuarial or related internship experience is a plus

Seasonal Environmental Technician Intern

Seasonal Environmental Technician Intern: Elkhart County Health Department - Environmental Division, Goshen, IN   

part-time, 36 hours/week, paid internship, $10/hr, no benefits, May - August

JOB SUMMARY:

Variety of seasonal tasks, including mosquito collection and identification, water quality testing, office work and communicating with the public.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:  

  • Minimum of one year of college; science background preferred
  • Requires good communication and record keeping skills with attention to detail
  • Must have valid driver’s license and reliable transportation
  • Pre-employment background check
  • Training will be provided

TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS:

Within County (please complete driving page on application) 

Apply:

visit www.elkhartcounty.com and click “CAREERS”

Elkhart County Human Resources, 117 N. Second Street, Goshen, IN 46526 Telephone: (574) 535-6725 FAX: (574) 535-6750

Journalism Internships Website

A Huntington Professor recommended this website as a great database for journalism majors to find paid internships.  It's a wonderful resource.  Check it out!

http://www.poynter.org/journalism-internships/

Public Relations Intern

Public Relations Intern: Indiana Dept of Transportation, Ft. Wayne, IN or LaPorte, IN

unpaid internship, 3.5 months

About the Job:

This position will serve as a Public Relations Intern for the Public Information Office of the Indiana Department of Transportation.  The Intern will be responsible for a variety of division projects and support.  The objective of the position is to provide a valuable learning experience for the intern, as well as to assist the agency in completing their assignments and responsibilities. The Intern be located at the agency’s Northeast District Office in Fort Wayne and will report to the Public Relations Director. 

A Day in the Life:

  • Preparation and distribution of written communications (news releases, talking points, etc.)
  • Social media content creation and monitoring (Facebook and Twitter)
  • Gathering photos and videos of INDOT projects across district
  • Attend district meetings as needed (pre-construction conferences, progress meetings, public hearings, etc.)
  • Public event planning as needed (groundbreakings, ribbon cuttings, etc.)
  • Other duties as assigned
     

What You'll Need for Success:

  • Working towards a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, Public Relations, Marketing, Business, or related field
  • Relevant work experience preferred
  • Basic knowledge of the mission and role of INDOT
  • Basic understanding of state policies, procedures, rules, and regulations
  • Ability to research, draft, and edit data and reports
  • Analytical skills
  • Ability to handle multiple projects
  • Ability to operate computer tools
  • Good research and writing skills
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills suitable for a wide variety of contacts
  • Confidence and ability to learn on the job and adapt quickly to changing circumstance

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) provides a dynamic workplace that serves Indiana citizens, improves our state’s quality of life, and enhances its economic opportunity. INDOT has a number of innovative programs and projects, including Public-Private Partnerships, Green Initiatives, and cutting-edge uses of materials and assets. As part of the State of Indiana, INDOT offers a competitive total compensation package, as well as outstanding work/life balance. Whether you are an established professional in the transportation field or just starting your career, INDOT has exciting and challenging opportunities for you.

Apply here: http://workforindiana.in.gov/job/Fort-Wayne-Public-Relations-Intern-IN-46774/707435200

http://workforindiana.in.gov/job/LaPorte-Public-Relations-Intern-IN-46350/707436700/

Youth Sports Program Worker Intern - Parkview Huntington YMCA (Huntington, IN)

Youth Sports Program Worker - Parkview Huntington YMCA (Huntington, IN)

*Position can be completed as an internship for credit

Part-time

Starting pay, $8/hr

 

POSITION SUMMARY:
A Youth Sports Program Worker will be required to learn and execute all the disciplines required to help manage the Y Youth Sports Programs at various venues. This position will be in accordance with the policies and purpose of the Parkview Huntington YMCA.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
   1. Refereeing/Concessions/Site Representative
   2. Reflect and uphold the mission and core values of the YMCA when dealing with people within the YMCA facility and in the community.
   3. Arrive ready to work at scheduled times.
   4. Wear approved uniform and maintain professional appearance.
   5. Ensure that all required paperwork and all correspondance is complete, correct and distributed to parents/guardians/coaches in a timely manner. (If applicable)
   6. Engages in active listening and models relationship building skills in all interactions with members, volunteers, coaches, participants and staff members in order to build positive             relationships and communicate our cause. Responds to all member and community inquiries and complaints in a timely and professional manner.
   7. Willingly perform other duties as assigned.
   8. Periodic meeting with Youth Programs Director to discuss all topics relavent to to the youth sports programs mission

PHYSCIAL DEMANDS:

Possesses sufficient strength, agility and mobility to perform essential functions and activities in the various disciplines of youth sports programs.

YMCA COMPETENCIES:

Mission Advancement: Accepts and demonstrates the Y’s values. Demonstrates a desire to serve others and fulfill community needs.

Collaboration: Works effectively with people of different backgrounds, abilities, opinions, and perceptions. Builds rapport and relates well to others. Seeks first to understand the other person’s point of view, and remains calm in challenging situations. Listens for understanding and meaning; speaks and writes effectively. Takes initiative to assist in developing others.

Operational Effectiveness: Makes sound judgments, and transfers learning from one situation to another. Embraces new approaches and discovers ideas to create a better camper experience. Establishes goals, clarifies tasks, plans work and actively participates in meetings. Strives to meet or exceed goals and deliver a high-value experience for campers.

Personal Growth: Pursues self-development that enhances job performance. Demonstrates an openness to change, and seeks opportunities in the change process. Accurately assesses personal feelings, strengths and limitations and how they impact relationships. Has the functional and technical knowledge and skills required to perform well.

QUALIFICATIONS:
This position requires the employee to possess:
1. CPR/First Aid certification required or must be obtained.
2. Any certification within specific program deemed necessary by the Youth Sports Director
3. Must be 14 years of age or older
4. Organizational skills required to maintain effective management of other people in program, as well as equipment.
5. Knowledge and understanding of game principles, specific to the program established.
6. The ability to clearly articulate and support the mission and values of the YMCA.
7. Must have reliable transportation to and from work.

*Apply here.

Summer Day Camp Counselor Intern - Parkview Huntington YMCA (Huntington, IN)

Summer Day Camp Counselor - Parkview Huntington YMCA (Huntington, IN)

*Position can be completed as an internship for credit

Part time (seasonal), May-August

Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-4:00 pm

Starting pay, $8/hr



POSITION SUMMARY:
The goal of the Summer Day Camp Counselor is to create a safe, positive, enriching atmosphere while providing direct supervision to 5-12 year old children in a seasonal day camp. The YMCA’s core values (honesty, respect, responsibility, and caring) will be guiding principles for the Counselor’s interaction with children and parents.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
1. Actively engage and supervise a group of 5-12 year old children.
2. Plan and implement program activities that are developmentally appropriate and consistent with YMCA values.
3. Adhere to program standards including safety, cleanliness, and interpersonal standards as provided by the Day Camp Director.
4. Attend staff meetings, trainings and field trips (if applicable).
5. Be present for all or most of assigned shifts.
6. Follow YMCA policies and procedures, including those related to medical and disciplinary situations, child abuse prevention and emergencies.
7. Maintain positive relations with other staff and parents. Model relationship-building skills in all interactions.
8. Willingly perform other duties as assigned.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
Ability to plan, lead, and participate in a range of physical activities in a variety of outdoor/indoor settings in accordance with the essential functions of the position.

YMCA COMPETENCIES:

Mission Advancement: Accepts and demonstrates the Y’s values. Demonstrates a desire to serve others and fulfill community needs.

Collaboration: Works effectively with people of different backgrounds, abilities, opinions, and perceptions. Builds rapport and relates well to others. Seeks first to understand the other person’s point of view, and remains calm in challenging situations. Listens for understanding and meaning; speaks and writes effectively. Takes initiative to assist in developing others.

Operational Effectiveness: Makes sound judgments, and transfers learning from one situation to another. Embraces new approaches and discovers ideas to create a better camper experience. Establishes goals, clarifies tasks, plans work and actively participates in meetings. Strives to meet or exceed goals and deliver a high-value experience for campers.

Personal Growth: Pursues self-development that enhances job performance. Demonstrates an openness to change, and seeks opportunities in the change process. Accurately assesses personal feelings, strengths and limitations and how they impact relationships. Has the functional and technical knowledge and skills required to perform well.

QUALIFICATIONS:
1. High school graduate or equivalent; one year or more of college preferred.
2. Previous experience working with children preferably in a camp setting.
3. Ability to cultivate an environment of positive enrichment for children and parents.
4. MUST be at least 18 years of age.
5. CPR, First Aid, AED certifications and Child Abuse Prevention training within 30 days of hire date (prior to starting date).
6. Previous experience with diverse populations preferred.
7. MUST have reliable transportation to and from work

*Apply here.

Children and Youth Ministry Intern

Children and Youth Ministry Summer Intern: Parma Heights Baptist Church, Cleveland, OH

Full time summer internship, $3,500 stipend, college credit may be available, housing may be available.

Job Description:

We are looking for a ministry intern who has a desire to work with children and youth in a large, suburban church setting.

Job Rquirements:

  • Minimum of two years of college experience preferred
  • Should be interested in pursuing a ministry position in the future

Contact:

http://www.oneeightyone.org/summer-internship/  Applications are due by March 5, 2021.  Interviews will be the following week.