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Jim McCoy

Internship Coordinator

Office: PS 201E
Phone: (801) 863-5702
Email: James.mccoy@uvu.edu
University Professional Page

About Internships

An internship is a temporary work experience that allows the individual to get hands-on, real world, entry-level experience under their belt with the supervision and training of an experienced professional. Some internships are paid while others are unpaid, but the main focus of an internship is on experience. An internship should include learning goals that connect concepts learned in the classroom to real world scenarios in an effort to gain practical experience and help the intern accomplish their career goals. Internships are important because they offer a number of benefits to both students and employers.

 

 

 

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Benefits of an Internship

Is this what I really want to do for a career?

Devoting years of your life and education to a career is a big commitment. How can you be sure that it’s something that you really want to do for the rest of your life if you’ve never actually done it before? An internship can help answer this question by letting you sample the industry without a long-term commitment. A profession may not always be what we think it is and getting your hands dirty with some good old fashioned real world experience is the best way to find out if you’ve found the job of your dreams or just another 9-to-5 that pays the bills. The sooner you are able to figure this out, the sooner you can be on your way to having a fulfilling career in what you’re passionate about.

Make connections with professionals in the field

The old saying “it’s not what you know, but who you know” has some truth to it. A little bit of networking can go a long way, especially in competitive fields, and an internship is an excellent way to build relationships and network with professionals in the industry. An internship can also act as a 3-month-long job interview which is why some employers use internships as a recruitment tool. Do a great job, build relationships, contribute to the company, and when the internship is finished they may not want to let you go. At the very least, they can connect you to others in the field and provide a positive referral which can be extremely valuable. This also gives you an opportunity to get the inside scoop on the industry from people that have years of real world experience and their advice is invaluable when considering your future career plans.

Experience

Experience is golden, and the more experience you have the more valuable you are. Employers are always looking for candidates with experience. More experience means more skill, and more skill means you have more to offer a future employer. But how do you get experience if no one will hire you because you have no experience? An internship is a good place to start. Employers don’t expect interns to have a lot of experience or even any experience. It’s a good place to get your foot in the door. Additionally, the focus of an internship is to get experience. Interns are expected to be responsible, reliable, and professional just like an employee, but the objective of an internship is to get some basic hands-on experience. Additionally, an internship lets you develop or learn some skills that may be much harder to develop in a classroom setting. Think of it this way… reading how to ride a bike and actually riding a bike are two different things. Sometimes the best way to learn how to do something is to jump in and try it out.

Enhance your resume

 An internship on a resume shows a prospective employer that you have some familiarity with the industry including some real-world training. This is especially true if the skills that were developed during the internship are listed on the resume. It can also be an indicator of your commitment to your career because it shows you’ve taken the initiative to get some hands-on experience. Additionally, a solid reference from an internship host shows that you’re trustworthy which is so important in today’s strong applicant pool. An internship with a respected employer could set you above the competition.

Benefits for employers

  • Increased productivity by having additional help
  • Experienced staff can focus on more advanced tasks while interns handle entry-level work
  • Interns bring fresh ideas, new perspectives, and an enthusiastic willingness to learn
  • Temporary help with no long-term commitment
  • If a business is looking to expand, internships can act as a longer and more in-depth interview process
  • A way to give back to your community

Scholarship Opportunities:

$10,000 National Horticulture Scholarship Available

 

 

 

Western Reserve Herb Society offers the

Western Reserve Herb Society Scholarship

$10,000 National Horticulture Undergraduate Scholarship

2019-2020

The deadline to apply is February 28, 2019. 

Thank you!
The Western Reserve Herb Society Scholarship Committee

Email: info@westernreserveherbsociety.org
Website: www.westernreserveherbsociety.org

 

Getting Started

There are lots of different ways to find an internship and lots of different resources. But they typically involve one thing: networking. The right internship is out there somewhere and sometimes finding it is just a matter of asking around. Here are some different ways to find an internship:

Utilize UVU’s Internship Services 

Talk to your internship coordinator Jim McCoy, james.mccoy@uvu.edu, 801-863-5702, or browse internship postings on handshake. 

Ask faculty & advisors 

These people more often than not have spent some time in the industry and may have some connections. It never hurts to ask, and if you get a good referral, that’s a huge bonus as well!

Reach out to your dream company 

Think of a company you’d like to work for and reach out. Big businesses sometimes have a structured internship program already established and have a tendency to be more competitive for interns than smaller, local businesses. Research information on their website regarding internships or simply give them a call.  Explain your career goals, your interest in their company, and inquire about internship opportunities. Be personable, polite, and professional. Be sure to get names and contact information to follow-up.

Attend Career and Internship Fairs held on campus

Friends of friends 

Do you have a friend of a friend with your dream job? An acquaintance of an acquaintance? Reach out to see if they could point you in the right direction for getting your foot in the door to the industry or if they know of some resources to utilize to get an internship. People that are actively involved in the industry sometimes have some of the best information to offer and may be willing to lend a helping hand.

 

Getting Credit

To receive credit for your internship you will need to take an online course in conjunction with your internship experience. How this credit is placed depends on the major. (Some majors, like Biotech, have an internship class built into the program that students are required to complete. For Biotech majors, this credit goes towards that class. For other majors the credit can go towards an upper division elective.) Like any other course this includes coursework, due dates, and paying tuition.

Be aware that 60 working internship hours a semester equals 1 academic credit for Biotech majors, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Environmental Science, Outdoor Rec., Physics and Botany.

Be aware that 75 working hours is equal to one internship credit for the majors of Exercise Science and Mathematics.

This is important when determining how many credits you’ll be taking based on how many hours a week you can comfortably fit into your schedule and what your internship host is able to accommodate – something you should also establish with your internship host beforehand. The instructor for the Biotech Dept. is Colleen Hough, colleenh@uvu.edu, 801-957-6328. Forensic Chemistry/Chemistry Dept. Merrill Halling, merrill.halling@uvu.edu, 801-863-5409. Earth Science/Environmental Dept. Eddy Cadet, cadeted@uvu.edu, 801-863-8881. Exercise Science Dept. Bret Boyer, bret.boyer@uvu.edu, 801-863-7397. Outdoor Rec Dept. Scott Williams, swilliams@uvu.edu, 801-863-6760. Mathematics Dept. Scott Lewis, lewissc@uvu.edu, 801-863-6271. Physics Dept. Phil Matheson, phil.matheson@uvu.edu, 801-863-7161.

Below is the process for receiving credit for an internship. Please note that you can’t receive internship credit for past internships that you have already complete, for internship credit. You may however,  be able to get lower division exploratory credit, please see your academic advisor for information.

 

 1.    Meet with your internship coordinator

Together the student and the internship coordinator will discuss the details of the internship for approval. This includes items such as work responsibilities during the internship, number of credits to be assigned, checking to see where or if the credit can be applied, compliance with UVU policy, and to answer any questions the student may have.

 

2.    The Online Orientation Video & Quiz

Complete the Internship Orientation Video and Quiz  http://www.uvu.edu/internships/student/orientation.html.

 

3.    Internship Application for Credit

Together with the internship host, the student will fill out the Internship Application for Credit, to verify the job duties, scheduling, pay (if any), etc. The student will then sign the form, it will then be signed by the site supervisor, the internship course teacher, then by the internship coordinator. The internship coordinator may contact the internship supervisor to verify the internship and answer any questions the supervisor may have.

 

4.    Have the internship host complete the Master Internship Agreement. Before a student can intern somewhere we must have to an active Master Internship Agreement on file for the host. If we don’t have an agreement for the internship provider/host the internship coordinator will email a link for the agreement to be filled out and signed by the provider. The Master Internship Agreement is a legally binding contract between Utah Valley University and the internship provider. All internship providers should have a current, signed agreement with the Director of Internship Services at UVU. This document outlines the responsibilities of the internship provider to the intern, and the responsibilities of the intern to both the internship provider and the university. Additionally, the agreement serves to protect both the university and internship provider from improper conduct on either end. This agreement is good for 5 years from the date it is submitted.You can view which employers have completed a Master Internship Agreement on thisInternship Providers page.

 

5.    Register for the course

Once the Application for Credit has been signed by all parties the coordinator will grant the student access in the system to register for the internship course and provide the student by email the Course Registration Number (CRN) & section to allow the student to register. Once the semester begins, the student will be able to go into the course via Canvas to access the course content.

 

6.    Finish all assigned coursework by the deadlines

The student will complete the amount of internship hours based on the number of credits taken (60 hours/semester = 1 credit), (75 hours/semester = 1 credit), finish all course material (papers, evaluations, orientation, hours log, etc.) by the established deadlines with a satisfactory level of quality as deemed by the instructor to receive a grade

Current College of Science Internships

South Jordan City (Recreation Program Assistant)

South Jordan City Job Announcement – Req. #2019042 Recreation Program Assistant


Salary: $12.03/hour Opening Date: 5/15/2019 Status: Part-time Closing Date: 5/31/2019 Work Hours: Varies Department: Admin Services Work Location: South Jordan City Fitness Center Supervisor: Program Coordinator

Special Notes:
THE PURPOSE
Facilitate public youth and adult participation in sporting activities, programs, and games by providing on site assistance and direction, and monitoring programs and/or special events. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
1. Education and Experience:

A. Graduation from High School or G.E.D; AND B. One (1) year of experience performing above related duties.

2. Special Qualifications:

Valid Utah Class D Drivers License Must be at least 18

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Knowledge of recreational activities such as sports, games, and the ability to assist in the coordination of special events, social services, or related types of programs and services available to the community.

Skill in working with diverse groups, individuals, youth and children. Skill in interpersonal conflict/dispute resolution methods.

Ability to operate a personal computer and Microsoft products.

BENEFITS : Fitness Center Membership
NOTE: Interested candidates must complete and submit a South Jordan City application and current resume to Human Resources through the website at jobs.sjc.utah.gov. A complete list of essential functions and minimum requirements of this position may be viewed on the job description, which is also located at the above-mentioned website. To request accommodation under Americans with Disability Act please contact the City’s EEO Program Manager at 801-254-3742 ext. 1852.

It is the policy of the City of South Jordan to provide equal employment opportunity in City government for all persons; to prohibit discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, marital status, pregnancy, genetics, or disability

Utah's Hogle Zoo (Animal Care Interns)

ANIMAL CARE INTERNS

Applicants should have a strong career interest in animal care/conservation and informal education in a zoological setting. Applicants should currently be enrolled in a college or university and have a minimum of one year of course work in a major field of study to be applied during the internship (biology, zoology, environmental science, or a related field.) or have recently graduated. Previous experience working with animals preferred for some intern positions.

The offered Animal Care/husbandry internships are an in-depth program requiring a 40-hour per week commitment for 12 weeks.

The Animal Care/Behavioral Programs internship is an in-depth program requiring a 24-hour per week commitment for 12 weeks.

Interns must be flexible with their schedule, and have the ability to work weekdays, weekends and holidays. Interns must be able to safely lift 50 pounds and enjoy working outdoors. Interns are required to provide proof of a Negative TB test and current Tetanus vaccine as well as pass a drug test and background check.

These positions are unpaid and there is no housing provided. Housing, travel expenses and transportation are the responsibilities of the intern.

Interns are required to complete a project and give a 15 minute presentation at the end of the internship for zoo staff. Interns are required to keep a weekly journal that will be shared with their supervisor and mentor. They will also be required to attend weekly educational classes.

Dates:

  • May 27-August 17, 2019; start and end dates may be flexible based on intern’s school schedule

How To Apply:

Fill out and Intern Application HERE >>

Applications are due by February 15, 2019

in addition to completing the application, send a completed application, resume, cover letter, unofficial transcript to: volunteeroffice@hoglezoo.org

Incomplete applications will not be considered for an interview

Utah's Hogle Zoo (Asian Highlands and Lions)

Asian Highlands & Lions Internship

Utah’s Hogle Zoo is currently accepting applications for an internship with their Asian Highlands and Lion area.

This internship is geared towards college students and recent graduates who are interested in playing a direct role in caring for an assortment of felids both large and small. Some experience working with or around large carnivores is preferred. All applicants should be safety conscious, organized, self-motivated and have excellent people skills. This internship is an in-depth program requiring a 40-hour per week commitment for 12 weeks. Interns must be flexible with their schedule, and have the ability to work weekdays, weekends and holidays. It is an unpaid position and there is no housing provided. Housing, travel expenses and transportation are the responsibilities of the candidate. Interns will need to complete a project and keep a weekly journal as part of their internship.

REPORTS TO:Curator of Asian Highland/Lion and staff of those areas

DATES: May 27 – August 17, 2019 (start and end date may be flexible based on school schedule)

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

The selected candidate will assist the Keeper staff in all aspects of caring for the Zoo’s large cat collection. This internship is designed to provide instruction in the following areas: animal husbandry, training, nutrition and diets, record keeping, public education and knowledge of African Lions, Amur tiger, Amur leopard, snow leopard, Siberian lynx, and Pallas’ cat. Note that intern may be limited or restricted with which species they can help with husbandry and feeding.

Intern duties may include the following under keeper supervision:

  • diet preparation and feeding
  • cleaning of animal exhibits and holding areas
  • exhibit maintenance
  • observing and recording animal condition, behaviors, and responses
  • positive and educational interaction with zoo guests
  • animal enrichment
  • behavioral ethograms
  • narration of training demonstrations using a microphone

QUALIFICATIONS:

Applicant should have a strong career interest in animal husbandry and informal education in a zoological setting. Applicant should currently be enrolled in a college or university and have a minimum of one year of course work in a major field of study to be applied during the internship (biology, zoology, environmental science, or a related field.) or have recently graduated. Previous experience working with large carnivores preferred.

Qualified applicants must be able to work in a team environment with people of all ages. They should be able to lift 50 pounds and work outdoors in the typical Utah summer climate.  Applicants interested in an intern position in Asian Highlands/Lions must be comfortable with heights, and comfortable handling meat and whole foods prey items.  They should also be comfortable in relatively confined spaces and need to have a recent TB test and Tetanus shot. The applicant needs to demonstrate maturity, self-motivation, and an ability to follow direction.  Knowledge and understanding of computer word processing, Excel spreadsheets, and PowerPoint is preferred. The ability to gain and hold a driver’s license is required

WORK SCHEDULE: 40 hours a week for a minimum of 12 weeks (holidays and weekends may be required)

COMPENSATION: The Asian Highlands and Lions internship is unpaid. Professional development opportunities will be available. Possible college credit is available for those able to receive it through their college/university. No housing provided.

APPLY

RA Baseball Academy

Applications close on June 10th, 2019 at 11:55 pm
 
Job Description
Work with our certified trainers, as they train our athletes in performance training classes, adult fitness groups, yoga classes and care for our baseball players. Will help program workouts, supervise and demonstrate the workouts. Help record data and metrics from fitness assessments. Must have a background in sports, or being working towards a degree in fitness or physical care.

About RA Baseball Academy

Headquarters
165 N 1330 West St, Orem, Utah 84057, United States
Division
No division
Indoor Facility for baseball and softball training, and performance training. We have lessons and workouts 3 days a week. We currently have 6 youth baseball teams who practice twice a week and have games Saturdays. We also hold adult exercise classes and yoga.
 
To apply go to handshake and log in, 

https://uvu.joinhandshake.com

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Undergraduate Student in Los Alamos, New Mexico

 

Vacancy Name: IRC73036

Description

Job Title Undergraduate Student

Location Los Alamos, NM, US

Organization Name EES-14/Earth and Environmental Sciences-Earth System Observations

What You Will Do

The Earth Systems Observations Group in the Earth and Environmental Sciences Division at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) is seeking outstanding candidates who are actively pursuing an undergraduate degree for a research internship position. We are looking for candidates with experience in chemistry, geology, and/or physics with laboratory experience. The research associate will work as part of a diverse team working on various aspects ofthese fields helping with experiments, data analysis, computer representation of data for diverse projects in applied geosciences.

What You Need

Minimum Job Requirements:

  • Documented acceptance into or ongoing participation in a Bachelor’s degree program in geology, chemistry, physics, environmental science, or related STEM field

  • Minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale

  • Experience in laboratory work in these fields

  • Excellent communication skills

Desired Skills:

  • Experience in laboratory work involving chemistry, fluids, and fluid flow. Good hands-on ability to work with experimental equipment.

  • Experience with data analysis and computer programming to support data interpretation

Notes to Applicants: The applicants should send their CV and one-pagecover letter via the LANL online application system. No applicant is expectedto have all the desired skills and experience. Anyone who meets the educationand minimum job requirements is encouraged to apply. For questions on inquiriescontact Bill Carey (bcarey@lanl.gov).

Additional Details:

No Clearance: Position does not require a security clearance. Selected candidates will be subject to drug testing and other pre-employment background checks.

New-Employment Drug Test: The Laboratory requires successful applicants to complete a new-employment drug test and maintains a substance abuse policy that includes random drug testing.

For general program information refer to the StudentPrograms webpage.

Equal Opportunity:

Los Alamos National Laboratory is an equal opportunity employer and supports a diverse and inclusive workforce. All employment practices are based on qualification and merit, without regards to race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation or preference, marital status or spousal affiliation, physical or mental disability, medical conditions, pregnancy, status as a protected veteran, genetic information, or citizenship within the limits imposed by federal laws and regulations. The Laboratory is also committed to making our workplace accessible to individuals with disabilities and will provide reasonable accommodations, upon request, for individuals to participate in the application and hiring process. To request such an accommodation, please send an email to applyhelp@lanl.gov or call 1-505-665-4444 option 1.

Where You Will Work

Located in northern New Mexico, Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) is a multidisciplinary research institution engaged in strategic science on behalf of national security. LANL enhances national security by ensuring the safety and reliability of the U.S. nuclear stockpile, developing technologies to reduce threats from weapons of mass destruction, and solving problems related to energy, environment, infrastructure, health, and global security concerns.

The Earth Systems Observations Group consists of four teams working broadly across the fields of geology, geochemistry, hydrology, geomorphology, vegetation dynamics and atmospheric sciences using multiple experimental and observational techniques, and computer simulation. The Group’s research includes both fundamental and applied science. The successful candidate will work as part of this dynamic team developingcutting-edge approaches to tackle pressing national and global challenges, and collaborating closely with researchers from the fields of biology, ecology and chemistry.

 

HOW TO APPLY

ACE AmeriCorps

Corps Member: ACE AmeriCorps Crew; 450 hour (3-month) and 900 hour (6-month) positions

Start date: June 22nd, 2019

 

Summary:

American Conservation Experience (ACE) is seeking Corps Members committed to working 12 weeks (450 hours) or 24 weeks (900 hours) on outdoor conservation projects.

American Conservation Experience is a national non-profit conservation corps dedicated to providing career development and outdoor experiential learning opportunities to young adults interested in careers related to environmental conservation. The ACE AmeriCorps Member program engages and motivates participants seeking to broaden their horizons and expand professional knowledge in the field of conservation.

Location: Work projects will take place throughout the Southwest. Member housing is in Flagstaff, AZ.

Compensation and Benefits:

  • Members receive a $280 bi-weekly living stipend
  • 3 meals per day while on project (approximately 16 days/month)
  • Free housing accommodation in Flagstaff, and use of a tent throughout your term
  • Transportation to and from worksites
  • Upon successful completion of a full term, AmeriCorps Members receive an Education Award of $2,960.00 (for 900 hours/24 weeks) or $1,566.14 (for 450 hours/12 weeks)
  • 900 hour Members are also eligible for preferential hiring status following their term of service. Corps Member who have served a minimum of 640 hours on appropriate public land projects may qualify for Public Land Corps non-competitive hiring status.

Position Description:

Corps Members serve in professionally supervised teams as they explore future outdoor careers, learn practical field skills, and develop confidence as emerging leaders in the field of conservation. Members are provided opportunities to learn and train under the guidance of professional mentors within ACE, while gaining invaluable career perspectives working alongside staff from the National Park Service, US Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, US Fish and Wildlife Service, and many other stewards of our nation's public and tribal lands. ACE Members will become proficient in environmental stewardship practices, general worksite safety, Leave No Trace principles, brushcutter use, herbicide application, and resume building.

ACE projects typically include:

  • Trail construction and maintenance
  • Invasive species removal
  • Habitation restoration
  • Fence installation/repair
  • Dry and wet stone masonry
  • Forest management
  • Fire fuels reduction

Schedule:

Corps Members typically work 10 hours per day for 8 consecutive days while camping in remote wilderness areas. Between work projects Corps Members will generally have 6 days off in Flagstaff. However, applicants should expect the ACE project schedule to vary, including the possibility of participating in distant projects for 4 to 6 weeks at a time.

Responsibilities and Expectations:

Corps Members can expect to work long days, and must successfully adapt to various climates and working conditions. Proper safety procedures must be observed in all tasks, including the repair and use of hand and power tools used on projects.

All ACE Corps Members practice environmental ethics, and are expected to work in diverse team settings in taxing situations or circumstances. Members are expected to be flexible and complete all functions of the job, including tough physical labor and hiking several miles to remote locations under adverse weather conditions.  

Qualifications:

  • US Citizen or permanent resident
  • Between the ages of 18 and 35
  • Willing to represent ACE and AmeriCorps in a professional, responsible, and enthusiastic manner
  • Have or be willing to obtain personal medical insurance for the duration of time with ACE
  • ACE provides tents and camp kitchen equipment, but members will be required to bring all other camping items such as sturdy boots, sleeping bags, backpacks, and rain gear.
  • ACE maintains a zero-tolerance policy for illegal drugs and underage drinking. Alcohol use is prohibited on ACE projects and on ACE property, and any evidence of drug use or violating ACE's alcohol policy will result in immediate release from the program. ACE reserves the right to require drug testing.

To Apply:

Please submit a resume and cover letter along with 3 professional references using the APPLY NOW section located on the upper right hand corner of the position listing on our website here: https://usaconservation.applicantpool.com/jobs/

Podium

Finance Intern

  • Finance
  • Lehi, Utah
OVERVIEW
Podium is an Interaction Management platform that makes it simple for local businesses to conveniently connect with leads, customers, and their team. Our work streamlining this process for local business has awarded us recognition on top industry lists, such as Forbes’ Next Billion Dollar Startups, Forbes’ Cloud 100, the Inc. 5000 (#13), and Fast Company’s World’s Most Innovative Companies — in the last year alone. For more about our product, watch this video.
 
RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Assist senior analysts with data entry during our “busy season”
  • Assist with regular reporting of key metrics and ensure company reporting dashboards are updated and accurate
  • Work on ad hoc projects on an ongoing basis. 
  • Get hands on experience at one of Utah’s fastest growing tech companies & build your resume! 

REQUIREMENTS
  • Working on a BA/BS in Finance, Economics or similar quantitative discipline (graduating in 2019 or 2020)
  • Strong attention to detail & experience with Excel. 
  • Take ownership and initiative within the tasks that have been assigned to you. Ability to work effectively and independently.
  • Strong work ethic, high sense of urgency, and ability to deliver results in tight timeline

BENEFITS
  • Work in this building in Lehi, UT
  • Multiple catered meals each week and a stocked kitchen
  • Swag
 
Podium is an equal opportunity employer. Podium provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, genetic information, marital status or veteran status.
 

Aspen Ridge Rehab

 
 

Full-Time & Part-Time Physical/Occupational Therapy Aide Job Opening

 

 

Where: Aspen Ridge of Utah Valley Transitional Rehab.    www.aspenridgeofutahvalley.com

                1992 S. Columbia Ln., Orem, UT 84097.

 

What:    Full-time physical/occupational therapy aide position with benefits.

 

When:  Looking to start full-time first of May.

 

If Interested contact Jeremiah Rehab Director at (801) 885-7834 or jdellamas@hotmail.com

               

                               

Hexcel

Data Analyst Intern

With our strong investment in research and development and our culture of continuous improvement, Hexcel is the industry leader in the manufacturing of composite materials and industrial fabrics. We invite you to join the Hexcel team at various manufacturing sites, sales offices and R&T centers around the globe. Become a part of the “strength within.”

 

Hexcel is currently seeking a Data Analyst Intern for our Salt Lake City, UT, USA, Fibers location.

 

 

The selected individual will be responsible for but not limited to the following obligations:

  • Use statistical methods to find cost savings and optimization opportunities
  • Develop process performance measures and turn those into scalable data models
  • Analyze large data sets to find complex patterns and trends
  • Collaborate with and support functions, such as planning, purchasing, operations, quality, and logistics, through intelligent data analytics
  • Extract Data from data warehouses and core business systems, such as our ERP, Demand Management, Lab Testing, and MES systems.
  • Streamline repetitive tasks through data summaries
  • Perform ad hoc data analysis
  • (Example Project) Scrap due to planning inefficiencies
    • Identify planning and purchasing processes, which are causing scrap. This may involve data mining through past ERP transactions, and collaborating with the planning/purchasing teams.
    • (Example Cause) Raw material purchase order quantities misaligned with finished goods sales order quantities, for Make to Order products.
    • Create metrics, and corresponding data models in Power BI to show past performance, and a prioritized list of areas in which to focus improvement efforts.
    • Collaborate with relevant functional groups to improve process efficiency.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of 1 year completed working towards a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Management, Math, Statistics, or similar field
  • Experience in data mining, analysis, and reporting preferred
  • Demonstrated proficiency with SQL
  • Power BI experience preferred
  • Self-motivated and goal driven
  • Excel experience preferred

 

Eligible candidate must be: U.S. citizen, U.S. national, a person lawfully admitted for permanent residence, a temporary resident under sections 210(a) or 245(A) of the Act, a person admitted in refugee status, a person granted asylum. Hexcel (NYSE: HXL) is a global leader in advanced composites technology, a leading producer of carbon fiber, and the world leader in honeycomb manufacturing for the commercial aerospace industry.

 

Hexcel is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, physical or mental disability, status as protected veteran, or any other protected class.

APPLY

 

Advanced Spine & Rehab

Dr. Steven Rutkowski is seeking someone (long term) who can do general office work as well as be trained to assist patients with therapies and modalities and monitor them while they complete their prescribed regimen. He is looking for someone bilingual in Spanish (preferred), who has background in Exercise Sciences, someone who is physically fit, looks healthy, is enthusiastic (and computer savvy). You would monitor the front desk, set patients up for treatments, monitor patients on treadmills, during vibration therapy, and while they complete their exercises. You would place patients on rehab/traction machines and check on patients frequently. You may be trained to give patients massage after treatment.

 

Required hours: M-F, 2:00 pm-6:00pm, Sa 9:00a-10:00a (depending on patient schedule).

Pay will be $9.00 per hour.

 

Call Dr. Rutkowski at 801-244-3413 to set up an interview - bring your resume to the appointment.

Progressive Leasing

Data Science Internship:

At Progressive Leasing, we pride ourselves in building Data Science and Machine Learning solutions that transform the way retailers and consumers do business. We’re looking for an Intern - Data Science to continue strengthening that transformation.

As an Intern - Data Science, you will draw business insights from data through complex analysis, mining, and visualization. You will learn to understand the nuances of Progressive’s business and ensure that we capture, mine, and act on data related to our customers, our stores, and our operational and financial performance to drive business impact. You will leverage strong technical skills and creative thinking to solve problems and make quantitative decisions. Most importantly, you’ll allow us to get unique and valuable insights that go beyond the obvious and help us achieve extraordinary results.

 

What You'll Do:

  • Create interactive data visualizations/analysis that allow the business leaders to react quickly to performance and market trends and make data-driven decisions
  • Build and run models to determine optimal resource allocation
  • Analyze transaction patterns to prevent fraud
  • Extract usable information from unstructured data using advanced data mining techniques

Minimum Experience & Qualifications: 

  • Jr or Sr towards Bachelors in a STEM Major
  • GPA of 3.75+
  • Some work expeirence prefered but not required

Compensation, Perks & Benefits:

  • Full Service Gym, Game and Lounge Area, Basketball Court
  • Free Healthy Snacks and Refreshments
  • Subsidized Public Transit
  • Fun and Relaxed Work Environment

WHO IS PROGRESSIVE LEASING?  

Prog Leasing, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Aaron’s, Inc (NYSE: AAN), is the largest and longest-tenured virtual lease-to-own provider in the United States. The company’s mission is to provide simple and affordable purchase options for credit-challenged consumers. Over the last 19+ years, Progressive Leasing’s fair and transparent NO CREDIT NEEDED lease-to-own option has helped millions of customers and their families, even if they have less-than-perfect credit or an inability to pay for their purchase upfront. Progressive has also helped more than 27,000 retail stores drive increased revenue and improve customer satisfaction. Learn more at http://www.progleasing.com.

 

Progressive Leasing does not discriminate in any aspect of employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, age, veteran status, disability, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local employment discrimination laws where Progressive Leasing does business. 

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Convergent Concrete Technologies

We are a concrete chemical company and are looking for a chemistry student to work in our lab part time. 

Their job duties would include running tests on current products, assist with research and development and log and modify data in our database. 

This is currently a part-time paid job but could turn into more with the right person. 

For other questions and to apply contact Wendi Harvey at 801-375-2280 or by email at wendi@convergentconcrete.com

 

The Office of Science/US Department of Energy

The Office of Science / US Department of Energy is pleased to announce paid research internship opportunities for undergraduate students majoring in areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) for the Fall of 2019. The application system for the 2019 Fall Term Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) program is currently open, with all applications due by 05:00 PM Eastern Time on May 29, 2019.

 

The Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) program places students from 2 and 4 year undergraduate institutions as paid interns in science and engineering research activities at DOE national laboratories and facilities, working with laboratory staff scientists and engineers on projects related to ongoing research programs. Appointments are for 16 weeks during the Fall term, are open to US Citizens and US Lawful Permanent Residents, include a weekly stipend, reimbursement for one round trip domestic travel to the participant’s host DOE laboratory, and possibilities for a housing allowance. More than 850 internships are sponsored annually.

 

Application is made online. Full program information and descriptions, including links to the online application system, are available at: http://science.energy.gov/wdts/suli/

Mosquito Abatement District-Davis

MICROBIOLIGIST TECHNICIAN INTERN

Paid Internship: $11 hr.

Schedule: 40 hours per week summer internship.

 

Job Description:

 

This Microbiologist Intern will be working with Microbiologist Technician in the laboratory performing RNA extractions and real-time PCR on mosquito pools, looking for West Nile, St. Louis Encephalitis and Western Equine Encephalitis viruses. The microbiologist intern uses standard microbiological tests or examinations which require judgment and skill in familiar or repetitive types of samples.

Under general direction of the Microbiologist Technician, the Microbiologist Intern will need assist in all lab operations, mosquito surveillance and mosquito processing for testing purposes; work with employees engaged in mosquito surveillance operations and do related work as required.  Operate any and all of the lab equipment and surveillance equipment as directed.  Make investigations and inspections as may be required to determine both the needs and the effectiveness of trapping and surveillance operations.

 

 

Characteristics:

 

Should have a wide knowledge of lab technique, procedures and lab organization. Be able to use logic to analyze or identify underlying principles, reasons, or facts associated with information or data to draw conclusions. Be able to enter, transcribe, record, store, or maintain information in both written and electronic form. Evaluate information against a set of standards and use scientific instruments and equipment to make a decision or solve a problem by using logic to identify key facts, explore alternatives, and propose quality solutions. Use laboratory techniques, safety practices, principles, theories, and practices of microbiology to propose mosquito control actions. Must review and/or edit documents for accuracy and completeness. Will compose and produce reports, documents, analyze operating records and related material and communicate information and ideas clearly, and concisely, in writing; read and understand information presented in writing. Will gain a thorough knowledge of state and federal regulations and requirements dealing PCR arbovirus testing and results. Will gain a general knowledge of mosquito ecology, biology, and identification. Must have the ability to work effectively and cooperatively with superiors, subordinates, or other employees, and the public; and evaluate situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.

 

Examples of Duties:

 

  1. Administers/conducts tests or examinations and/or evaluates results.
  2. Analyze and test items. Interpret results and/or implement changes.
  3. Interprets, clarifies, explains and applies agency policy and procedures, business practices, federal or state laws and regulations, etc
  4. Maintains technical data, generates reports and findings and defends analytical work during hearings or litigation.
  5. Reviews data, records and files for detail and accuracy. Maintains accurate records and logs. Reviews and/or inspects work for quality, accuracy, and completeness.
  6. Prepares specimens for laboratory analysis by preparing media, solutions, and reagents.
  7. Ensures compliance with applicable federal and/or state laws, regulations, and/or agency rules, standards and guidelines, etc.
  8. Provides technical assistance on agency issues, services, program(s), and/or computer hardware and software, etc.
  9. Help implement plans and organizes lab testing and surveillance operations in conformance with and to achieve the program objectives, methods and findings determined by the Microbiologist Technician.
  10. Assist in the identification and cataloging of mosquito trap collections.
  11. Assist in public relations resulting from lab test results and surveillance operations; calls on property owners and others concerned and explains the Districts program and solicits property owners’ cooperation in vector control.
  12. Based on lab results and surveillance data; will work with staff to Coordinate air and ground spray operations.
  13. Will participate in reviews and evaluates effectiveness of air spray operations and takes appropriate action as indicated.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

 

Must be physically able and willing to do physical labor; motivated to project an excellent impression on subordinates; have a valid Utah Drivers license, have or be able to obtain a non-commercial pesticide applicators license from the State of Utah Department of Agriculture within 6 weeks of hire; have an equivalent to a high school education; formal training (university type classroom setting) in microbiology or medical technology; coursework covering microbiology, mathematics, statistics, biological sciences and chemistry. Current knowledge of laboratory procedures and equipment expected. Previous laboratory experience is recommended.


Preferred Qualifications:

 

Education in Medical Laboratory Technology, Biological Sciences/Microbiology. One year of related microbiology experience or equivalent combination of education and work experience. Experience with aseptic technique, general microbiological principles (DNA/RNA extraction/RT-PCR/ electrophoresis), and bacterial/virus handling (non-pathogenic or pathogenic). Experience with advanced molecular biology/microbiology techniques (primer design/sequencing analysis) is preferred.

Please contact Internship Coordinator Jim McCoy at james.mccoy@uvu.edu for the application to apply.

For other questions contact Gary Hatch; Manager Mosquito Abatement

Fossil Butte National Monument, Physical Science Tech.

Fossil Butte National Monument is recruiting a Physical Science Tech in Paleontology for the summer of 2019. The position will work with two youth corp students (high school age) to systematically collect fossils, primarily fish, and associated data from multiple fossil-bearing units within ancient Fossil Lake (Early Eocene, 52 mya), a part of the Green River Formation. Collecting locations will vary stratigraphically and in their distance from the ancient shore. The data and selected fossils will be used in exhibits, ranger programs, and electronic media. The data will be public domain and thus may be used by the student to further their education for a senior thesis or graduate-level research project.

 

The successful candidate will have an education and/or experience in geology and/or paleontology. A love of finding fossils coupled with excellent data collecting skills will ensure a competitive application. But don't forget, the successful candidate will be working with two high school youth who will have interest, but not a strong educational background, in paleontology and geology and, depending on maturity level, may have the tendency to get distracted easily. So, skills motivating and working with youth are important.

 

To view the job announcement and apply please visit <https://www.usajobs.gov/Search/. In the search bar type Kemmerer, Wyoming and click on the job title Physical Science Technician (Paleontology). The announcement is limited to 50 applicants, when that number is reached the announcement will close, so apply promptly.

Walt Disney World Resort Marine Biology Internship Fall 2019

Job ID 626896BR Location Lake Buena Vista, Florida, United States Business Walt Disney World Resort Date posted Jan. 28, 2019

Job Summary:

Aquarium & Marine Biology Internship – Fall 2019
The Seas with Nemo & Friends® Pavilion at Epcot®

Be a part of a transformative team and culture…
In our Aquarium/Marine Biology Internship, be part of a team where you will gain practical, hands-on experience used in the day-to-day care of aquatic animals (non-marine mammals) exhibited in a public setting.

Responsibilities

  • Prepare daily diets for aquarium fish, sea turtles, and invertebrates.
  • Learn husbandry techniques for a variety of fish, including ray and shark species.
  • Potential to assist with maintenance of life support systems, water chemistry and animal care for a series of smaller exhibits featuring fish, corals, and other invertebrates
  • Become familiar with records on feeding, necropsies and animal training for monitoring optimal aquarium system health.
  • Maintain cleanliness of all areas according to USDA standards.
  • Make an impact by sharing conservation messages with guest presentations

 

Basic Qualifications:

What You Bring to the Role:
  • Ability to lift and carry 50 pounds
  • Prior experience (paid, internship, classroom, hobby or personal volunteer) in aquatic animal care (primarily with fish and invertebrates), including diet preparation, feeding, and cleaning
  • Prior experience (paid, internship, classroom, hobby or personal volunteer) working with fresh and salt water aquarium systems, including tank maintenance, plumbing, and water quality control
  • Must have a valid U.S. Driver's License
  • Operating a company vehicle may be required for this role. Candidate must be willing and able to operate a company vehicle under inclement weather, including minimal lighting
  • SCUBA certification is required at the time of application. Applicants must currently have a SCUBA certification card when applying for the internship. We cannot accept applicants that are currently in SCUBA class or are planning on completing it after application submission.

Required Education

Required Education
  • Minimum grade point average of 3.0
  • Junior, senior or recent college graduate focused on Undergrad Degree
  • Biology, Marine Biology, Marine Education, Zoology or related major

Additional Information:

Required Materials WITHIN 48 HOURS OF APPLICATION SUBMISSION:
• Résumé (outlining all of your required qualifications)
• College transcripts (official or unofficial)
* Please attach a copy of your SCUBA Certification Card front and back


To upload these documents:

  • Log into your Dashboard
  • Click the second tab "Attachments"
  • Select "Submitted Applications"
  • Click on the title of the position for which you would like to attach the transcript/cover letter/resume/etc
  • Click the "Add Files" button
  • Under what you want to add, select "Transcript"/or type of document you are attaching
  • Be sure your document is titled appropriately with your name and type of document in this format: First Name_Last Name_Transcript


Internship Eligibility
:
• Must be enrolled in an accredited college/university taking at least one class in the semester/quarter (spring/fall) prior to participation in the internship program OR must have graduated from a college/university within 6 months OR currently participating in a Disney College Program or Disney Professional Internship
• Must be at least 18 years of age
• Must not have completed one year of continual employment on a Disney internship or program.
• Must possess unrestricted work authorization
• Must provide full work availability
• Must provide own transportation to/from work
• Current Active Disney cast members must meet Professional Internship transfer guidelines (for Walt Disney World cast members this is no more than four points and one reprimand in the last six months; for Disneyland cast members this is six months of consecutive service and a performance record clear of any disciplinary issues (warnings, suspensions, etc.) for at least six months)

Program Length
: The approximate dates of this internship are June 2019 - January 2020. Interns must be fully available for the duration of the internship.

Housing: A limited amount of company-sponsored housing is available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
 

University of Chicago

Research Experience for Undergraduates in Molecular Genetics and Cell Biology- The University of Chicago

http://mgcb.bsd.uchicago.edu/reu/

2019 dates: June 18th - August 23rd

Application due date: February 4, 2019

The program

The Department of Molecular Genetics and Cell Biology at the University of Chicago is at the forefront of research in molecular mechanisms underlying cell biology and organismal development. Current faculty work on fundamental problems in biology using a wide range of model systems including viruses, bacteria, protozoa, fungi, plants, nematode worms, fruit flies, fish and mice..

Interns will be hosted by research laboratories in the department, most of which are housed in the Cummings Life Sciences Center, with several laboratories in a nearby building. Interns will have full access to the advanced instrumentation available in the host laboratories as well as in a large set of superb core facilities, including advanced light and electron microscopy, next generation DNA sequencing, and a wide range of biophysical approaches.

In addition to research, interns will participate in workshops on communicating scientific results and ethics in research. For a schedule of activities, see REU activities.

Each student will receive a $5,500 stipend, plus $750 food allowance, plus travel expenses to and from the University. In addition, housing will be provided, with comfortable accommodations within a convenient University of Chicago undergraduate dormitory.

Eligibility Participants must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States and have a strong interest in research. The MGCB REU program is designed to encourage and enhance the participation of students from schools without large research programs and from members of minorities currently underrepresented in the sciences. We will not accept applicants who are currently enrolled in institutions with PhD programs in Biological Sciences comparable to the University of Chicago. Applicants currently enrolled in their junior year of college are preferred, but in exceptional cases students in earlier years will be considered.

Application and notification deadlines

The link to complete an application can be found here: https://apply-grad.uchicago.edu/apply/sumr/. The application deadline is February 4, 2019, and successful candidates will be contacted during February-March.

For more information, please contact Aaron Turkewitz   apturkew@uchicago.edu

University of Connecticut

University of Connecticut- Research experience for undergraduates (you can get credit toward graduation)

https://pnbreu.uconn.edu/application/

 Our primary goal is to give students, from non-Ph.D. granting institutions, opportunities to experience a competitive research environment. Students can expect to acquire skills and knowledge to help them enter graduate research programs. https://pnbreu.uconn.edu/application/

 

The NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates site in the Physiology and Neurobiology department at the University of Connecticut (Storrs, CT) offers paid summer research opportunities in the areas of renal and muscle physiology; developmental neurobiology, synaptic plasticity and neural circuits; and other areas in molecular and cell biology, microbiology and immunology. Interested students, especially underrepresented minorities, veterans, first-generation college students, and students with disabilities from institutions with limited research opportunities are encouraged to apply.

As part of the REU program, students will receive:

  • Generous stipend $5,500 for the student plus housing at the university
  • Meal allowance
  • Housing (with other REU participants) in our modern, air-conditioned University dormitories. University recreational facilities will also be available for participant use.

Limited funds to assist with travel expenses to and from UConn are also available if requested at the time of application. UConn is located midway between New York City (2.5 hours) and Boston (2 hours) in scenic eastern Connecticut. Contact Information

REU PI:

Dr. Xinnian Chen

Email: xinnian.chen@uconn.edu

REU Co-PI:

Dr. Anastasios Tzingounis

Email: anastasios.tzingounis@uconn.edu

Program Assistant:

Taylor Renaud

Email: taylor.renaud@uconn.edu

Uiversity of Iowa

Research experience for undergraduates. Microbiology

University of Iowa

https://medicine.uiowa.edu/microbiology/education/summer-research-experience-undergraduates-reu-microbiology

The REU in Microbiology at The University of Iowa seeks to foster the careers of the next generation of microbiologists. We do this by providing an intensive 10-week research experience for bright and ambitious undergraduates who are considering a PhD in microbiology or an allied discipline. In 2019, we expect to support 8-10 participants. We hope that this experience will encourage students to pursue a career in basic science and give them the skills they need to succeed in that career path. The focus of the program is a hands-on research project conducted under the guidance of faculty and graduate student mentors. A range of research projects will be available, including basic mechanisms of bacterial and viral gene expression, virus structure and assembly, biofilm formation, microbial development, and prokaryotic cell biology. Students will also attend lectures to broaden their understanding of microbiology and educate them about graduate school and career options.

Overview of the Program

  • Participants conduct full-time, hands-on research in microbiology, microbial genetics, or molecular biology.
  • Access the department research projects and a list of recent summer REU projects can be found here.
  • Enrichment activities include weekly seminars and workshops on graduate school and career opportunities.  _REU 2018 Schedule of Events.pdf
  • At the end of the summer students present their findings in a campus-wide poster session.
  • Program lasts for 10 weeks (May 20-July 26, 2019).
  • Participants receive a $5,750 stipend plus a $630 supplement for incidental expenses.
  • On-campus housing is provided at no cost to the participants.
  • Travel costs are paid by the program.

Prior research experience is not required

This program seeks to improve diversity in the biological sciences. Disabled students, minority students, and disadvantaged students (economically or first in family to attend college) are especially encouraged to apply.

Questions? Try our FAQ. You can also send an email to us at undergrad-micro-info@uiowa.edu or call us at 319-335-7807.

Deadline: February 15, 2019 More information:   undergrad-micro-info@uiowa.edu

Echelon Biosciences Summer 2019 Internship

Job Description
Echelon Biosciences, Inc (EBI) is a biologic reagents company based in Salt Lake City, UT that specializes in building tools for research in cell and molecular biology. EBI has open internship positions for students with backgrounds in the Biological Sciences or Chemistry that are interested in pursuing careers in biotechnology or research related fields.
 
·        Applicants must be enrolled in a relevant degree program related to the Biological Sciences or Chemistry
·        Applicants must be able to commit to a specified work load of at least half-time*
·        Must have completed science course pre-requisites and be enrolled in upper-level courses; minimum two years of completed course work in total
·        Applicants will also be expected to have good organizational and time management skills and will be expected to keep thorough and accurate records of their work.
·        Applicants will be supervised by a principal R&D scientist and assist with research and development of new research tools.
·        Successful applicants will be expected to learn basic molecular biology or analytic and synthetic chemistry techniques. Benchmarks for technical learning will be scaled to the           applicants skill set. 
 
*Time commitment is flexible based on the credit requirements for an applicant’s course and/or university, though the minimum for this requirement would be 15 hrs./week for 12 weeks.
 
The current posting is for the Summer 2019 internship.
 
Specific start dates for individual internships are flexible based on the applicant’s university schedule.
 
HOW TO APPLY:
Go to the handshake site, https://uvu.joinhandshake.com and search job ID#1974706

Utah Valley Tennis

UVU Exercise Science Department,

 

My name is Rob Allen, and I am the tennis coach at Provo High School. I also run the jr. tennis feeder programs in Utah County. We're in need of instructors and coaches for our upcoming spring tennis season elementary and middle school programs.

 

I was hoping you'd be willing to send a message to your students inviting them to participate. No previous coaching experience is necessary. The only main requirement is tennis experience.

 

Let me know if you'd be willing to help with this. Thank you! More information about the programs and the positions is below.

 

Our organization is Utah Valley Tennis. They can learn more about our programs we run at utahvalleytennis.org. We started 3 years ago and have grown to the largest private tennis organization in Utah. We are looking for tennis players and tennis enthusiasts to work as either head coaches or assistant coaches for our youth tennis programs. Head coaches are responsible for running practices and matches for their team. Assistant coaches assist in those duties. Head coaches make up to $20 per hour. Students who need volunteer hours can be accommodated as well. No previous coaching experience is required, and we'll train the coaches with everything they'll need. Regardless of what your schedule is we can likely find a program or team that will fit your schedule. Also, coaches can work with multiple teams, or a single team depending on how many hours they would like to work, anywhere between 3-5 hours per week, or up to 15-20 hours per week. Those interested should apply using the following link as soon as possible: 

Apply Here:

 

Anyone with questions is welcome to contact Program Director, Rob Allen - rob@utahvalleytennis.org

Great Basin Serpentarium Snake

 

Great Basin Serpentarium, LLC

Animal Care: Snakes

 

Great Basin Serpentarium is dedicated to education, captive propagation, and responsible pet ownership. Our facility currently holds over 250 species of reptiles, arachnids, insects, and amphibians.  We strive to gather information in order to improve captive care methods used by zoological institutions and private keepers. 

 

As a keeper you will gain experience in animal care and maintenance, captive propagation, data collection, and handling. This position requires you to work closely with reptiles and amphibians and their food items (e.g., rodents).  You will also be in close proximity to other exotic animals including arachnids, insects, etc.  Experience working with exotics is preferred, but if you are a fast learner and free from animal related phobias you can still be a good fit.  We are an animal facility that keeps and breeds exotic animals.  Any philosophical concerns with this practice must be addressed before this position is taken.

 

You must be able to work individually or as part of a team when needed.  You must be responsible, able to follow directions, and able to think critically.  A positive attitude is essential while performing your duties.  At the end of each shift you will report what was accomplished and any issues or concerns regarding the animals you were working with throughout the day.  You will be expected to monitor, research, and perform tasks associated with animal care including: maintenance, propagation, and training.

 

Tasks include:

  • Food preparation
  • Feeding
  • Providing water via water dishes, tubs, and sprays as needed
  • Health checks and observations
  • Reporting unusual behaviors, health concerns, or significant changes
  • Cleaning enclosures and windows
  • Cleaning preparation areas and carts
  • Removing waste bins
  • Cleaning and disinfecting cages and tools
  • Maintaining feeding and health records and reporting any changes
  • Maintaining weight records and reporting any substantial changes
  • Aid in holding, restraining, and providing medical care
  • Aid in socializing/”taming”
  • Maintain plants within enclosures
  • Aid in maintenance, repair, or modifications to enclosures
  • Lift items up to 60lbs in weight including but not limited to: feed, substrate, cages, and animals
  • Assist other keepers with snakes that weigh in excess of 100lbs

 

 

Dress/Attire: While we do not maintain a strict dress code we do expect those working in our facility to be clean, well kept, and free from excessive odors.  Our primary concern with attire is the safety of the keepers and the animals they are working with.  Closed toed shoes are required at all times.  Loose jewelry should not be worn as these can be pulled or ripped.  Long sleeves and long pants may help to protect against scratches, but are not required.  Strong perfumes, body sprays, oils (especially anything with peppermint or eucalyptus oil), must be avoided as many of these scents are harmful and in some cases fatal to the animals we work with.  

HOW TO APPLY

email your resume and request for internship to Joey Mugleston at joseph.mugleston@gmail.com

Great Basin Serpentarium Reptile

 

Great Basin Serpentarium, LLC

Reptile Keeper: Lizards & Turtle Focus

 

Great Basin Serpentarium is dedicated to education, captive propagation, and responsible pet ownership. Our facility currently holds over 250 species of reptiles, arachnids, insects, and amphibians.  We strive to gather information in order to improve captive care methods used by zoological institutions and private keepers. 

 

As a keeper you will gain experience in animal care and maintenance, captive propagation, data collection, and handling. This position requires you to work closely with reptiles and amphibians and their food items (e.g., insects, worms, rodents, etc.).  You will also be in close proximity to other exotic animals including arachnids, giant snakes, etc.  Experience working with exotics is preferred, but if you are a fast learner and free from animal related phobias you can still be a good fit.  We are an animal facility that keeps and breeds exotic animals.  Any philosophical concerns with this practice must be addressed before this position is taken.

 

You must be able to work individually or as part of a team when needed.  You must be responsible, able to follow directions, and able to think critically.  A positive attitude is essential while performing your duties.  At the end of each shift you will report what was accomplished and any issues or concerns regarding the animals you were working with throughout the day.  You will be expected to monitor, research, and perform tasks associated with animal care including: maintenance, propagation, and training.

 

Tasks may include:

  • Food preparation
  • Feeding
  • Providing water via water dishes, tubs, and sprays as needed
  • Health checks and observations
  • Reporting unusual behaviors, health concerns, or significant changes
  • Cleaning enclosures
  • Cleaning preparation areas and carts
  • Removing waste bins
  • Cleaning and disinfecting cages and tools
  • Maintaining feeding and health records and reporting any changes
  • Maintaining weight records and reporting any substantial changes
  • Aid in holding, restraining, and providing medical care
  • Aid in socializing/”taming”/training lizards
  • Maintain plants within enclosures
  • Aid in maintenance, repair, or modifications to enclosures
  • Lift items up to 60lbs in weight including but not limited to: feed, substrate, cages, and animals
  • Assist other keepers with snakes that weigh in excess of 100 lbs

 

Dress/Attire: While we do not maintain a strict dress code we do expect those working in our facility to be clean, well kept, and free from excessive odors.  Our primary concern with attire is the safety of the keepers and the animals they are working with.  Closed toe shoes are required at all times.  Loose jewelry should not be worn as these can be pulled or ripped.  Long sleeves and long pants may help to protect against scratches, but are not required.  Strong perfumes, body sprays, oils (especially anything with peppermint or eucalyptus oil), must be avoided as many of these scents are harmful and in some cases fatal to the animals we work with.  

HOW TO APPLY

email your resume and request for internship to Joey Mugleston at joseph.mugleston@gmail.com

Great Basin Serpentarium Insect

 

Great Basin Serpentarium, LLC

Animal Care: Insects

 

Great Basin Serpentarium is dedicated to education, captive propagation, and responsible pet ownership. Our facility currently holds over 250 species of reptiles, arachnids, insects, and amphibians.  We strive to gather information in order to improve captive care methods used by zoological institutions and private keepers. 

 

As a keeper you will gain experience in animal care and maintenance, captive propagation, data collection, and handling. This position requires you to work closely with insects and their food items.  You will also be in close proximity to other exotic animals including lizards, giant snakes, arachnids, etc.  Experience working with insects is preferred, but if you are a fast learner and free from animal related phobias you can still be a good fit.  We are an animal facility that keeps and breeds exotic animals.  Any philosophical concerns with this practice must be addressed before this position is taken.

 

You must be able to work individually or as part of a team when needed.  You must be responsible, able to follow directions, and able to think critically.  A positive attitude is essential while performing your duties.  At the end of each shift you will report what was accomplished and any issues or concerns regarding the animals you were working with throughout the day.  You will be expected to monitor, research, and perform tasks associated with animal care including: maintenance, propagation, and training.

 

 

Tasks include:

  • Food preparation
  • Feeding
  • Providing clean water dishes and maintaining proper humidity
  • Colony health checks and observations
  • Researching and helping develop more efficient methods for propagating both feeder and pet insects
  • Reporting unusual behaviors, health concerns, or significant changes
  • Cleaning enclosures
  • Cleaning preparation areas and carts
  • Removing waste bins
  • Cleaning and disinfecting cages and tools
  • Maintaining feeding and colony health records and reporting any changes
  • Maintaining colony size records and reporting any substantial changes
  • Aid in transferring feeder insects to the feeder bins for other departments
  • Setting up new bins for colonies as they expand
  • Sorting colonies and rotating egg laying bins
  • Aid in maintenance, repair, or modifications to enclosures
  • Lift items up to 60lbs in weight including but not limited to: feed, substrate, cages, and animals

 

Dress/Attire: While we do not maintain a strict dress code we do expect those working in our facility to be clean, well kept, and free from excessive odors.  Our primary concern with attire is the safety of the keepers and the animals they are working with.  Closed toed shoes are required at all times.  Loose jewelry should not be worn as these can be pulled or ripped.  Long sleeves and long pants may help to protect against scratches, but are not required.  Strong perfumes, body sprays, oils (especially anything with peppermint or eucalyptus oil), must be avoided as many of these scents are harmful and in some cases fatal to the animals we work with.  

HOW TO APPLY

email your resume and request for internship to Joey Mugleston at joseph.mugleston@gmail.com

Great Basin Serpentarium Arachnid

Great Basin Serpentarium, LLC

Animal Care: Arachnids

 

Great Basin Serpentarium is dedicated to education, captive propagation, and responsible pet ownership. Our facility currently holds over 250 species of reptiles, arachnids, insects, and amphibians.  We strive to gather information in order to improve captive care methods used by zoological institutions and private keepers. 

 

As a keeper you will gain experience in animal care and maintenance, captive propagation, data collection, and handling. This position requires you to work closely with reptiles and amphibians and their food items (e.g., insects, worms, flies, etc.).  You will also be in close proximity to other exotic animals including lizards, giant snakes, etc.  Experience working with exotics is preferred, but if you are a fast learner and free from animal related phobias you can still be a good fit.  We are an animal facility that keeps and breeds exotic animals.  Any philosophical concerns with this practice must be addressed before this position is taken.

 

You must be able to work individually or as part of a team when needed.  You must be responsible, able to follow directions, and able to think critically.  A positive attitude is essential while performing your duties.  At the end of each shift you will report what was accomplished and any issues or concerns regarding the animals you were working with throughout the day.  You will be expected to monitor, research, and perform tasks associated with animal care including: maintenance, propagation, and training.

 

Tasks include:

  • Food preparation
  • Feeding
  • Providing water via water dishes, tubs, and sprays as needed
  • Health checks and observations
  • Reporting unusual behaviors, health concerns, or significant changes
  • Preparing, cleaning, and transferring enclosures
  • Cleaning preparation areas and carts
  • Removing waste bins
  • Cleaning and disinfecting tools
  • Maintaining feeding, molting, and health records
  • Aid in holding, restraining, and providing medical care
  • Maintain plants within enclosures
  • Aid in maintenance, repair, or modifications to enclosures
  • Lift items up to 60lbs in weight including but not limited to: feed, substrate, cages

 

 

Dress/Attire: While we do not maintain a strict dress code we do expect those working in our facility to be clean, well kept, and free from excessive odors.  Our primary concern with attire is the safety of the keepers and the animals they are working with.  Closed toed shoes are required at all times.  Loose jewelry should not be worn as these can be pulled or ripped.  Long sleeves and long pants may help to protect against scratches, but are not required.  Strong perfumes, body sprays, oils (especially anything with peppermint or eucalyptus oil), must be avoided as many of these scents are harmful and in some cases fatal to the animals we work with.  

HOW TO APPLY

email your resume and request for internship to Joey Mugleston at joseph.mugleston@gmail.com

Edwards Lifesciences

Edwards Lifesciences has exciting opportunities for students wishing to complete their University internship requirement at a Corporate Fitness facility.
Edwards strives to make the intern experience unique and rewarding and to provide the opportunity to obtain focused experience in your chosen career field.
An internship with Edwards provides students with exposure and/or experience in many, or all, of the following areas: 
 Program administration
 Health promotion programming
 Fitness testing and exercise prescription
 Health and fitness motivational programming
 Group exercise class instruction
 Facility maintenance
 Data analysis & outcomes reporting
 Ergonomics
 Personal training
 Participant record keeping
 Special projects and promotions
 Health fairs and health screenings
 Paid Internship $13.00 an hour

Work Schedule:
Flexible schedule Monday-Friday 8:00 am – 9:00 pm

Qualifications: 
 Junior or Senior level Baccalaureate or Masters level student working towards a degree in Physical Education, Exercise Physiology, Kinesiology, Recreation, Health Education, Health Promotion or related field from an accredited college or university.
 Preferred course work in exercise testing and prescription, exercise physiology, and anatomy
 Current CPR, First Aid and AED certification required (or will be required by start date of internship).
 Personal Training or Group Exercise certification from ACE, ACSM, AFAA, NSCA or NASM a plus.


Responsibilities:


  • Interact with members, customer care
  • Daily operations of the facility
  • Provide fitness assessments and health consultation
  • Develop safe and effective individualized exercise programming
  • Assist in the creation and implementation of member engagement and wellness programs
  • Group exercise class instruction
  • Develop health newsletter articles
  • Professional development and networking
 

Requirements:


  •  Positive attitude, willing to have fun in a professional manner
  •  Strong communication skills to instruct and interact effectively with a diverse group of individuals
  •  Strong computer skills, proficient with MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.)
  •  Innovative thinker
  •  Interest in teaching new and innovative group exercise classes

Pre-employment background check required
 
For more information contact Andrea Newbould at 801-565-6297

Capitol Reef Field Station Ripple Rock Nature Center

Ripple Rock Nature Center

Job Description

Critical elements of the job include but are not limited to the following major responsibilities:

  • Interpretation and Education. Assist visitors in gaining an understanding of and appreciation for the unique features of Capitol Reef National Park. Research, develop, and present a Junior Geologist program and nature talks at the nature center using National Park Service methods of interpretation of natural and cultural history. Provide informal interpretation to visitors at the visitor center and the nature center. Programs are primarily designed to reach children and families, as well as a wide variety of audiences, and contribute to visitor understanding of and appreciation for park resources.
  • Customer service. Provide accurate information and appropriate and professional customer service to all park visitors. Independently operate the nature center. Maintain nature center facility cleanliness. Administer the park’s Junior Ranger program (issue booklets, sign off on activities completed, recite pledge, sign books, and issue badges).
  • Projects and Special Assignments. Maintain interpretive and educational displays and assist with projects as requested.
  • Safety and Care of Government Equipment. Follow all safety regulations and guidelines; practice safe work habits; properly check out, use, care for, and check in park equipment, vehicles and property.
  • Communications. Communicate and cooperate with others (supervisors, park staff, bookstore staff, maintenance staff) to promote an effective and successful partnership.
  • Other Projects and Duties as Assigned.

Job Duration

The internship runs from May 6 through August 9, 2019; following a 9-hour/day work schedule (One work week will be Tuesday through Saturday and the other week Wednesday through Saturday. Work days will either be 7:30 am – 5:15 pm or 7:45 am – 5:30 pm with a 45 minute lunch break), approximately 14 weeks. Opportunity for overtime or to take time off is limited.

Obligations of the Intern

  • Attend seasonal park employee training and online training as possible.
  • Comply with park regulations, policies and procedures.
  • Complete projects and assignments on time.
  • Wear appropriate UVU/Capitol Reef Field Station (CRFS) clothing and maintain a professional appearance. Clothing should be business casual and grooming should follow National Park Service standards including no visible tattoos, no unnatural hair color or makeup, and professional grooming. More information is available from the park. 
  • As a representative of both UVU and CRFS, maintain a high level of professionalism and flexibility at all times.
  • Adhere to the specified dates of the agreement.
  • Follow all safety regulations and guidelines; practice safe work habits; properly check out, use, care for, and check in park equipment, vehicles and property.

The Facilities

The Ripple Rock Nature Center (RRNC) is an educational facility that opened in May of 1999. During the 2018 summer season, RRNC was visited by over 3,000 people. These visitors include families and student and civic groups who learn about the natural and cultural history of the Capitol Reef area.

Originally built in 1957, this two-room, 940-square foot structure is located in the park’s Fruita Historic District, approximately ¾ mile from the Visitor Center on the Scenic Drive. It is located between two fruit orchards, across from a blacksmith shop exhibit, adjacent to Sulphur Creek, and near a picnic area and historic pioneer farmstead. The building is set back from the road and surrounded by areas of rough lawn with mature shade trees. Parking is limited.

The Park Visitor Center

The Park Visitor Center, built in the 1960s, is located at the junction of Utah Hwy 24 and the park’s Scenic Drive. Open year-round, summer visitation can reach 2,000 daily. Exhibits and a movie describe park resources, activities and facilities.

Compensation

The internship provides a wage of $13.00/hour, plus medical benefits.

Housing

The Park provides the intern with one private bedroom in a coed multi-bedroom house with shared living, kitchen, and bathroom facilities. Rules apply, including no pets or family in shared housing. Housing in the local community may be available, but is the responsibility of the intern if they chose to live outside the park.

Intern Qualifications

  • Must be a current student at Utah Valley University (preferably in junior or senior year of program).
  • Must have background and interest in areas of biology, botany, geology, recreation, natural resources, natural history, human history, education, or interpretation.
  • Must be willing to live in shared housing provided by the park, or be responsible for finding housing in the local community throughout the duration of the internship.
  • Must be mature, independent, and self-motivated.
  • Must be able to hike, load materials, and carry out activities related to the Ripple Rock Nature Center mission.

Cordell Roy Scholarship

The Cordell Roy Scholarship has been set up to pay for student fees for internship credit for the Capitol Reef Interns.

Cordell Roy Scholarship

To Apply

Capitol Reef Field Station 2019 Natural Resource Internship

2019 Natural Resources Internship

Job Description

The intern will work full-time with the Capitol Reef National Park (CRNP) Division of Resource Management & Science, assisting with natural resources-related field and office work. 

Critical elements of the internship include but are not limited to the following major responsibilities:

  • Conduct rare plant surveys
  • Collect data from cactus demographic monitoring plots 
  • Conduct peregrine falcon and Mexican spotted owl surveys
  • Control invasive species
  • Monitor springs, streams, and riparian areas
  • Enter field data into park databases and ArcGIS

The plant and wildlife surveys/monitoring typically require long hours in the field and hiking up to 10 miles a day, although 2 to 6 miles per day is more typical. Hikes are generally across rough terrain and off designated trails. Weather conditions will vary from cold winds or rain in the early spring to temperatures nearing 100 ℉ in the summer. Other challenging field conditions include the potential for high winds, and gnats or other biting insects. Candidates should enjoy being outdoors, be physically fit, be methodical and detail-oriented, have GPS experience, and be able to accurately and legibly record data. Skills using GPS units, digital cameras, and computer software (e.g., Microsoft Word, Access, Excel, ArcGIS) would be needed. Experience driving four-wheel drive vehicles on dirt roads would be beneficial. Interns would be supervised by the park Chief of Resource Management and Science, but would be working primarily with the park Biologist.

Job Duration

The internship runs from May 6 through August 9, 2019; five days/week (Monday-Friday with occasional schedule changes), approximately 14 weeks.

Obligations of the Intern

  • Complete some seasonal park employee on-site and online training.
  • Comply with Capitol Reef National Park and Capitol Reef Field Station regulations, policies and procedures.
  • Complete projects and assignments on time.
  • Wear appropriate Utah Valley University clothing and maintain a professional appearance and demeanor.
  • As a representative of both UVU and the NPS, maintain a high level of professionalism and flexibility at all times.
  • Adhere to the specified dates of the agreement.
  • Follow all safety regulations and guidelines; practice safe work habits; properly check out, use, care for, and check in park equipment, vehicles and property.

Compensation

The internship provides a wage of $13.00/hour, plus medical benefits.

Housing

The park provides the intern with one private bedroom in a coed multi-bedroom house with shared living, kitchen, and bathroom facilities.

Intern qualifications

  • Must be a current student at Utah Valley University (preferably in junior or senior year of program).
  • Must have background and interest in areas of ecology, botany, horticulture, GIS, outdoor leadership, and/or natural resources management.
  • Must be willing to live at Capitol Reef National Park throughout the duration of the internship.
  • Must be mature, independent, and self-motivated.
  • Must be able to hike, load materials, and carry out activities related to the UVU and NPS mission.

Cordell Roy Scholarship

The Cordell Roy Scholarship has been set up to pay for student fees for internship credit for the Capitol Reef Interns.

Cordell Roy Scholarship

To Apply

  • Job listing
  • Letters of recommendation are to be submitted directly from those who have written them. Once your application has been submitted an email will be sent to your references asking them to submit the letter of recommendation.
  • For more information contact Jessamy Bowie, CRFS Administrative Assistant (jbowie@uvu.edu) or Michael Stevens, CRFS Director (michael.stevens@uvu.edu)

DoTERRA-Demand Planning Intern

Demand Planning Intern--Statistics--Mathematics Internship
Job Title: Demand Planning Intern 

Department: Operations 

Reports to: Manager, Demand Planning and Distribution 

Job Description: 

Full-time internship based at our Pleasant Grove campus, assisting with global demand planning, inventory life cycle optimization and distribution strategies. Work closely with product marketing, operations product category team, and international planning to establish global forecasts that support company growth while managing inventory risk. 

Job Responsibilities:
  • Perform various analyses and provide recommendations on assigned projects
  • Review forecasts of promotions, new products and existing products to optimize inventory levels
  • Provide analysis to improve SKU retirement process optimization and strategies, adhering to pivotal supply chain principles and assisting global company growth
  • Review MRP supply chain parameters, strategically implementing necessary modifications for supply chain MRP processes with data governance and system configuration teams
  • Review global bulk shipping expense through analysis of demand planning and inventory strategies and recommending implementation of supply chain best practices
  • Analyze distribution site-planning strategies to minimize transportation expense and maximize customer fulfillment service levels


Job Qualifications
  • Pursuing Bachelor’s degree in business administration, supply chain/operations, or other relevant field
  • Strong analytical, organizational, decision making and presentation skills
  • Understanding of importance of statistics, forecasting methods and their financial and operational impacts
  • Display excellent communication and interpersonal skills with success in influencing others in cross-functional areas
  • Possess a strong work ethic and sense of urgency, self-starter
  • Able to work independently and to solve complex problems, applying knowledge in business intelligence and data solutions to drive best practices and innovative solutions
  • Business acumen - understands business implications of decisions; aligns work with strategic goals
  • Strong attention to detail and ability to prioritize tasks
  • Understanding of ERP/MRP systems; SAP experience preferred
  • Ability to manage multiple ongoing projects concurrently/balance competing demands
  • Quick learner; ability to work toward and meet specified deadlines
  • Proficient in Microsoft Excel
We are currently accepting applications for this position.
Position Level:
Function: Operations
Type: Full Time
Shift: Day
Requisition ID: 11003
 

The Neuro Clinic

Job Description:
Interns at The Neuro Clinic gain invaluable experience participating in the entire process of patient treatment. They are responsible for performing full neurological patient testing, including saccadometry, posturography, and video nystamography. Interns then shadow with the doctors as they meet with patients, reviewing test results, medical background and symptomatic presentation to determine the root cause and dysfunction of neurological conditions including anxiety, depression, concussions, stroke, movement disorders, vestibular disorders and more. Under doctor supervision interns also perform advanced neuro therapies such as Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Therapy, Repetitive Peripheral Somatosensory Stimulation, and much more, learning the neurological mechanisms involved. Being a smaller, yet leading-edge clinic, interns have the opportunity to learn all the logistics of running a clinic, observe patients' incredible recoveries, as well as form lasting relationships with the doctors. Opportunities for research projects also available. All internships begin as unpaid with the opportunity to become paid positions. Preferred majors: Neuroscience, Exercise Science, Psychology.
 
 
 
About the Clinic:
Headquarters
1175 E 3200 N, Lehi, Utah 84043, United States
Division
No division
Using advanced diagnostic testing, we identify the root cause of neurological issues rather than treating just the symptoms. Then with leading-edge neuro therapies, experienced doctors help these patients fully recover, many of which have been unable to find successful treatment at countless other hospitals and clinics. Employees and interns learn how to perform such diagnostic tests, various therapies (including Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Therapy), gain valuable clinical experience as they shadow doctors and follow cases, and learn the logistics of operating a private clinic.
 

Utah Valley University Herbarium

Natural History Museum Intern ship at Utah Valley University Herbarium, UVSC

NY Botanical Garden Herbariorum assigns each herbarium a permanent acronym, ours is UVSC from when we were still UV State College. All other herbaria know us by this acronym.

Job Description

The Utah Valley University intern will assist Herbarium Curator with various botany research, museum curation, accession and at times collecting species in the wild.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Curate, archive, accession herbarium collections
  • Create digital backups of all data and records
  • Collect herbarium field specimens
  • Identify, mount, accession and collect specimens for UVSC
  • Assist in precise identification of herbarium specimens using dissecting scope.
  • Train other students on specimen curation and collection.

 

Qualifications

  • Interest in plant systematics, morphology, plant identification
  • Interest in museum curation and archiving
  • Enjoys hiking and camping (potential to work outside herbarium)
  • Ability to spend time collecting field samples for preservation
  • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret technical, scientific documents
  • Ability to write protocol
  • If working outside the herbarium you must be able to carry a 30lb pack and hike 10 miles in one day
  • Excellent organization skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to quickly adapt to changes

 

Education and Experience

  • Currently working toward a degree in Botany (or closely related) at UVU
  • Strong interpersonal, written and oral communication skills
  • Exceptional writing, reviewing, and editing abilities
  • Ability to mentor with students at all levels of education

 

Physical Requirements

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Employee is required use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and reach with hands and arms
  • I intern is hired to work beyond museum/herbarium they must be able to participate in rigorous field work which involves hiking to high elevations and working in rural settings

 

Work Environment

  • UVSC herbarium, computer and dissecting scope work
  • Field, desert, mountains or urban collecting specimens
  • If working outside the museum/herbarium you must be able to carry a 30lb pack and hike 10 miles in one day
  • cabinets  

How to Apply

Contact Erin Riggs at 801-863-6806 or email her at erin.riggs@uvu.edu

EPA GRIP 

EPA has an exciting GRIP opportunity in the Research Triangle Park, N.C. Students will be involved in exciting projects that involve interpretation of large gene expression datasets encompassing profiles from thousands of chemicals using novel approaches that allow establishing linkages between chemical exposure, modulation of transcription factors, and adverse outcomes.

Students are encouraged to contact Dr. Chris Corton directly to discuss this opportunity. His contact information is:

Chris Corton, Ph.D., Senior Research Biologist

Systems Biology Branch
Integrated Systems Toxicology Division (ISTD)
National Health and Environmental Effects Research Lab
US Environmental Protection Agency
109 T.W. Alexander Dr.
MD B105-03
Research Triangle Park, NC 27711
corton.chris@epa.gov
919-541-0092 (office)
919-541-0694 (fax)

DoTERRA

Product Technical Specialist Intern

At DōTERRA we encourage all employees to seek out opportunities that will expand their skill set. We strive to help achieve personal career goals by providing opportunities of growth and movement throughout the company.​

 

Product Technical Specialist Intern

dōTERRA has an immediate need for an Technical Services Intern who will work in a Research and Development (R&D) cross-functional team and report to the Technical Services Manager. This is a part-time position. 

 

Job Description:              

The Product Technical Specialist Intern manages technical detail needs for all Research and Development products. This includes ingredient document collection, information flow and communication, formula collaboration with the R&D development team and day to day work within a cross-functional team.

 

Job Responsibilities:

  • Manages technical documentation for all ingredients in all dōTERRA products
  • Follows current Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to set up the data collection and management structure for dōTERRA product Master Formulas
  • Develops and improves systems and SOPs for managing complex records and data
  • Interfaces with the R&D product development teams to gather information to support dōTERRA product master formulas
  • Works with Regulatory and Quality Assurance teams to ensure dōTERRA product master formulas are accurate and ready to manufacture
  • Performs other responsibilities as directed

 

Job Qualifications

  • Seeking a Bachelor’s degree in nutrition, chemistry, food science, physiology, or related field required
  • Able to understand and use data management systems and process flows (SharePoint, Workfront, SAP, etc.)
  • Ability to communicate and write effectively
  • Proficient in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Must pay attention to detail, have excellent organizational skills and a sense of urgency
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Experience in cross functional teams preferred

 

We are currently accepting applications for this position.

 

 

 

Position Level:  
Function:                            Research and Development
Type: Part Time
Shift: Day
Requisition ID: 10815

 

How to Apply 

dōTERRA International, LLC. is committed to employing a diverse workforce. Qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, protected veteran status, or disability.

Rochester Institute of Technology

Discipline-Based Education Research (DBER) REU

The Rochester Institute of Technology(RIT) Science and Mathematics Educational Research Collaborative, an interdisciplinary Discipline-Based Education Research (DBER) group, will host a Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program this year.  Ten accepted students will be involved in mentored-research projects that focus on the theme of Models and Representations in STEM Education and will contribute to publishable research in DBER. 

Accepted students will participate in a unique “Spring Ahead” research session during the spring semester to meet and work virtually, using video conferencing and online journal club discussions, with project mentors to outline summer projects.  During the 9 week on-site experience at the RIT campus REU students will be involved in cohort-wide research methods workshops, smaller research group meetings, individual mentoring, Professional Development workshops and cohort-building events.  REU students will earn a $5,000 stipend ($500 of which will be earned during the spring session) and will be housed, at no expense to the student, in RIT’s state-of-the-art housing complex, Global Village.

To learn more, please explore below!

What is DBER?
Discipline-Based Education Research (DBER) is a scholarly field that combines disciplinary expertise in a STEM field (physics, chemistry, biology, etc.) with research methods from cognitive science, psychology and the learning sciences.   Researchers in this field are interested in studying and transforming STEM Education through basic and applied research. Our DBER REU program will allow STEM students to apply their growing disciplinary knowledge to investigate important problems in education research.
 
What is the research focus of the REU program?
REU participants will have the opportunity to engage in novel research projects in an important and exciting field:  model-based reasoning in STEM Education.  Models (computer simulations, physical hand-held models, mathematical models, cognitive models) are simplified versions of real-world systems that allow scientists to ask new questions, test new hypotheses and communicate explanations to a broad audience.  Modeling is an important practice of science as models bridge ideas and observations of real phenomena.   Major STEM education reform initiatives in K-12 and higher education support opportunities for students to engage in the practice of modeling throughout the STEM curriculum.  These reform initiatives must also be supported by a research base that includes well-defined goals, assessment tools, an understanding of common student difficulties, and effective curricular approaches
 
Will I have a project mentor?
Yes!  During the program students will engage in rigorous education research projects with the support and collaboration of research mentors.  Through a variety of activities we will build and support students’ research, communication and professional skills to help prepare them for DBER Ph.D. programs and careers.  We will introduce our potential future educators to teaching, learning, and assessment of the core scientific practice of modeling.  Students in this program will disseminate their findings at conferences and through scholarly publications. 

Learn More

North Dakota State University

Research experience for undergraduates $5,000 stipend

https://www.ndsu.edu/cider/reu/

 

We are excited to announce the 7th year of our summer REU in discipline-based education at North Dakota State University (Fargo). Our program is an excellent opportunity for students interested in learning and teaching of STEM at the undergraduate level. Students work in a cohort of undergraduate scholars over a 10-week period during the summer and are immersed in hands-on research experiences in discipline-based education research. Students are housed on-campus and earn a $5000 stipend. 

 

Students may have the opportunity to present their research at a national conference with travel support from our REU. Additional travel funding is available for travel to and from Fargo for those in financial need. 

 

Our program begins May 26, 2019 and runs through August 3, 2019.

Applications due February 1, 2019.

 

For questions, email Jennifer Momsen (jennifer.momsen@ndsu.edu) or Warren Christensen (warren.christensen@ndsu.edu)

University of Nebraska

Summer Undergraduate Research Program

University of Nebraska Medical Center

Each summer there are 80-100 positions available for talented undergraduate students mentored by awarded faculty. These full-time research positions are primarily in research laboratories where  students work with team members on an ongoing research project. SURP students attend weekly seminars provided by UNMC researchers to enhance their knowledge about research careers and the variety of research at UNMC. The laboratory experiences obtained by SURP students enhance their competitiveness for later admission to graduate programs at UNMC. 

The dates for SURP 2019: June 3, 2019 to August 9, 2019.

Stipend $3,000- $4,000 depending on the program

GPA 3.4 and above.

  • Completion of science courses beyond general biology or chemistry (e.g. organic chemistry, microbiology, genetics, etc.)
  •   Research Essay and strong letters of recommendation
  • U.S. Citizen or permanent resident 
  • Currently enrolled as a freshman, sophomore, junior or a December graduate in college
    • graduated seniors will not be given consideration

 

Apply now: https://www.unmc.edu/studentservices/rse/enrichment/undergraduate-enrichment/surp/index.html

University of Colorado

University of Colorado Cancer center

Undergraduate internship

 

http://www.ucdenver.edu/academics/colleges/medicalschool/centers/cancercenter/CommunityAndEducation/fellowship/Pages/application.aspx

Fellowship are open to:

  • Incoming college freshmen (who are seniors in high school when they apply, and will be 18 years old by May 29, 2018)
  • College undergraduates (including seniors in college)
  • If you are a college senior, you are welcome to apply
  • Minority students are encouraged to apply
  • We are unable to take foreign students without a US student visa at this time

What to know about the Cancer Research Summer Fellowship:

  • CU Cancer Center Fellows work full-time for approximately ten weeks during the summer from May 29 - August 3, 2018.
  • Fellows may not combine their research work with other significant work commitments or daytime class work.
  • Fellow are paid stipends based on their academic level at the time of application. The rate is subject to change.
  • Stipends are paid in two installments of 50 percent through direct deposit as fellows complete their program requirements.
  • Housing is not included in the fellowship. Fellows are required to find and pay for their own living arrangements for the duration of the program. Please view rotatingroom.com  for a list of housing possibilities. A Facebook page of admitted students will be set up in the Spring. You may also find a roommate there. 
  • Fellows must commit to completing program requirements, including attending orientation and weekly lectures and events; writing a goals and objectives report, and presenting a final poster at the poster session. Students who cannot attend the poster session are required to write a final paper.

Stipend Examples:

Approximate stipend amounts for summer fellowships in 2018 are listed below:

  • High school students (we are accepting 2-3 high school seniors in 2018): $2,00​​0
  • College undergraduates, MS1, and Graduate students: $3,000

Harvard-Smithsonian

 

Harvard-Smithsonian- Center for astrophysics

 

 

 https://www.cfa.harvard.edu/opportunities/reu/application.html

 
 

Paid internship. We expect to begin accepting applications for the summer of 2019 on or about December 1, 2018. We anticipate making offers to 11 undergraduates.

The 2019 session will run for ten weeks, starting Sunday June 2 (move-in day) through Saturday August 10.

Because our program is funded by a federal agency (NSF), we can only accept undergraduates who are US citizens or green card holders. We strongly encourage women and members of underrepresented groups to apply.

Our interns will receive a stipend. Housing will be provided free of charge for the duration of the internship.

To receive full consideration, applications must be completed by January 31, including all letters of recommendation.

 

California State University

Monterey Bay Regional Ocean Science Research experience for undergraduates

California State University, Monterey Bay.

a 10-week REU in the beautiful Monterey Bay Region. Students will collaborate with mentors at host institutions to develop hypothesis-driven projects and receive critical feedback from mentors.

The application for 2018 will be available November 13, 2018 - February 11, 2019

  • 2019 Program dates are June 03–August 09.
  • $5,000 stipend, travel, and housing support is provided by the program.
  • This program targets sophomore and junior-level students.
  • Students with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
  • See our Program page for more information!
  • Application deadline February 11, 2019.

Virginia Tech

 

Research experience for undergraduates – Macromolecules innovation institute

Virginia Tech

https://mii.vt.edu/REU/apply.html

 

You should submit your application with a Statement of Goals, your recommendation letters, and your official transcript(s) to mii@vt.edu.

Hard copy applications and transcripts can be mailed to:

Virginia Tech
Macromolecules Innovation Institute (0201)
NSF REU Summer Program
Attn: REU Program Director
1075 Life Science Circle, Suite 110, Blacksburg, VA 24061

Kent State

Research experience for undergraduates

 Chemistry and Biochemistry

Kent State

To be eligible for the NSF-funded REU program, you must be a US citizen or permanent resident. Students should be 18 or older by the start of the program.

https://www.kent.edu/chemistry/reu-application-form

Any Questions

Prof. Torsten Hegmann
(330) 672-7770
thegmann@kent.edu

Prof. Michael Tubergen
(330) 672-7079
mtuberge@kent.edu

City College of New York

 Summer Research in Biochemistry, Biophysics and Biodesign.

City College of New York

https://www.ccny.cuny.edu/engagement/nsf-b3-reu-summer-2019-program

Stipend $550 per week. Accommodation support available.

Experiences at the laboratory bench or in front of a computer will be supplemented with activities to promote interactions between students, peers, senior colleagues, faculty mentors, and expose students to science outside the laboratory.

For additional information, contact:

David Jeruzalmi
Chemistry & Biochemistry          
CDI 1316 • City College of New York • Graduate Center of the City University of New York   
85 St Nicholas Terrace • New York • NY • 10031
V: 212•650•6062
E: dj@ccny.cuny.edu

Analytical Resource Laboratories (ARL)

Biology/Chemistry Students:

ARL is currently seeking lab techs. in the microbiology lab,possibly 4 chemist interns and 1-2 sample management interns.

Preferred: Juniors and Seniors--but not required

Minimum Qualifications: General Chemistry and Biology

Preferred Qualifications: Organic and Analytical Chemistry, Biochem.

Minimum Hours Per Week: 20--days negotiable

Paid Internship: possible

To Apply, email a resume and cover letter to Matthew Lewis at matt@arlmicro.com

NuSkin

Biology/Chemistry Students:

NuSkin is looking to hire an intern student!

Preferred: Juniors and Seniors--but not required

Minimum Qualifications: General Chemistry and Biology

Preferred Qualifications: Organic and Analytical Chemistry, Biochem.

Minimum Hours Per Week: 20--days negotiable

Paid Internship: $10-$13 range

To Apply, email a resume to Anthonette McCoy at amccoy@nuskin.com

Echelon Biosciences

Biology/Chemistry Students:

Echelon Biosciences is a biologic reagents company based in Salt Lake City, UT. We are seeking applications for our Internship Program from qualified and highly motivated university students that are interested in pursuing a career in biotechnology and related fields.


Our program’s goal is to encourage young, aspiring scientists by providing them with a unique environment within the biotechnology sector for project-based training.


Successful applicants will be assigned a project mentor based on the applicants stated goals and knowledge base.

Successful applicants may be asked to assist with a variety of activities ranging from basic product quality procedures to product research and development.


General application guidelines are as follows:
• Applicants must be enrolled in a relevant degree program related to the Biological Sciences or Chemistry

• Applicants must be able to commit to a specified work load of at least half-time*

• Must have completed science course pre-requisites and be enrolled in upper-level courses; minimum two years of completed course work in total

• Applicants will also be expected to have good organizational and time management skills


*Time commitment is flexible based on the credit requirements for an applicant’s course and/or university, though the suggested minimum for this requirement would be 15 hrs./week for 12 weeks.


Start dates for individual internships are also flexible based on the applicant’s university schedule.


If interested, please send a CV with relevant course work, grades, at least one reference, and any additional experience along with a cover letter to: echelon@echelon-inc.com, attn: Internship Program. CVs and applications may also be submitted via Handshake.com.


Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis for the fall, spring, and summer terms.


Thank you for your interest in Echelon Biosciences. We look forward to working with you!

Edward Jones Investments

Math Students:

Job Description
Edward Jones Financial Advisor Internship Program
Are you someone who enjoys interacting with people on a daily basis? Do you like making personal connections that result in helping people make positive life-changing decisions? The Financial Advisor Internship with Edward Jones places you in direct connection with our clients. As a firm, our clients come first and we focus on building relationships that last a lifetime. As an intern, you work on developing the skills that will make you competitive as a professional after graduation.
Throughout the program, you will work with an Edward Jones Financial Advisor and their Branch Office Administrator in helping them address the needs of their clients. As a team member, not only will you develop your professional skills, you will gain a firsthand glimpse at the Financial Advisor opportunity at Edward Jones.
What Skills Will You Develop
  • One-on-one and small group communication abilities
  • Relationship management expertise
  • Time and project management skills
  • Presentation skills
  • Knowledge and skills base specific to Financial Services Industry
Who Should Apply
  • Students completing their sophomore and junior year are eligible to apply. Applicants need a minimum GPA of 3.0
  • Candidates who demonstrate a drive to succeed and have an entrepreneurial mindset
  • Students with excellent leadership, communication, teamwork and service skills 
What does the Financial Advisor Internship Program Include
  • Experiences and activities to give you exposure to the Financial Advisor opportunity
  • Training to fully integrate into the branch office team
  • [Full Time, 10 week program (40 hours per week)]
  • Hourly compensation plan 
How to Apply
To apply for the Financial Advisor Internship Program, submit your application on: careers.edwardjones.com/FAIntern. Applications are accepted August 1st through November 1st.
 
Who We Are
Edward Jones is a leader in the financial-services industry. We take a personal approach to business that starts with a face-to-face meeting between our clients and their Financial Advisor. We believe that building long-term relationships with our nearly 7 million clients is key to serving their needs. Our business model is unique in that our Financial Advisors are located in their communities as we truly believe that is the best way to engage with our clients.
Edward Jones does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, pregnancy, veterans status, genetic information or any other basis prohibited by applicable law.

Intermountain Healthcare Salt Lake Area

Job ID: 216868 Math Students

  Greater Salt Lake area

Details:

About Us
What does it mean to be a part of Intermountain Healthcare? It means that the quest for clinical excellence is not just a goal, but a given. It means building an environment where physicians and employees can deliver the best in healthcare. And it’s realizing each employee or volunteer is vital to the healing process, because we can only achieve the extraordinary together. 

Being a part of Intermountain Healthcare means joining with a world-class team of over 36,000 employees and embarking on a career filled with opportunities, strength, innovation, and fulfillment. Our mission is: Helping people live the healthiest lives possible.

Our patients deserve the best in healthcare, and we deliver.

Job Description

This position supports a department or function by performing assigned tasks or assisting with assigned projects, allowing the intern to gain an understanding of the business function. See below:

This position supports The Institute for Healthcare Delivery Research by performing assigned tasks or assisting with assigned projects, allowing the intern to gain an understanding of the business function.

The intern will provide support services to the advanced training program (ATP) educational activities and be assigned an analytic mentor to be engaged in a clinical program project.

NOTE: This is not a clinical internship -- there is no contact with patient care areas, patients, or laboratory work. Recent graduates and those preparing to apply to medical, nursing, or advanced healthcare degrees, or math are encouraged to apply.

 

Essential Job Duties

  • 1. Participates and is involved in a variety of projects that support the needs of the department / facility. Works with the members of the team to identify solutions and perform tasks that accomplish individual and team goals.
  • 2. Attends team / department meetings and actively participate / take on opportunities to share knowledge and skills that are pertinent to the meeting.
  • 3. Gains knowledge of the department's / facilities functions. May job shadow various roles within the department in order to understand their role in the organization.
  • 4. Works with other members of the department / facility to accomplish assigned tasks.
  • 5. Project Assistance: May be assigned one or more specific projects during the internship. Demonstrates an understanding of the process and accountability for the results / outcomes. Works independently or as a member of a team to accomplish the tasks necessary to successfully complete the project. Involves others when needed in a timely manner and work to meet project timelines.
  • 6. Miscellaneous: Provides staff operational / clerical support to the department / facility as needed.

Posting Specifics

  • Entry Rate: $15.00
  • Benefits Eligible: No
  • Shift Details: M-F, business hours, up to 40 hours per week (minimum 32 hours per week)
  • Department: Healthcare Delivery Research

 

Minimum Requirements

  • Student in business fields (Finance, Communications, Marketing,Math, HR, legal, etc.), who is in their third or fourth year of an undergraduate program at an accredited institution. Education is verified.
  • Experience using word processing, spreadsheet, database, internet and e-mail and scheduling applications.
  • Experience in a role requiring effective verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills.

 

Physical Requirements

  • Speaking, hearing / listening, seeing, manual dexterity

 

Preferred Requirements

  • Analytics Training (Statistics, Economics,...)
  • LIterature search skills preferred
  • Student in a health related field who is in the first two years of an undergraduate program at an accredited institution. Education is verified.

 

Please Note

All positions subject to close without notice. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

Additional Details:

Working Hours 40
Primary Work Location Central Offices
Expertise Business / Administration
Job Type Full Time
Location US-UT-Salt Lake City

 

Apply Now

Camp Canadensis

SUMMER OUTDOORS JOBS

CAMP CANADENSIS, POCONOS PA.

2019-Dates of Employment: June 17--August 14

"Hi UVU Students! Starting to think about finding a summer job or internship? This summer, get paid to be a MATURE GOOFBALL. Join our team of motivated staff and enjoy the perfect balance of work and fun. Located in the Pocono Mountains of PA, we are a co-ed sleep away camp for kids ages 7 to 16. Dont worry if you dont live near our camp we provide housing for all our staff! (In addition to all of your meals, and a salary.) Our staff family is made up of about 250 people, many who are college-aged counselors that live in the bunks with our campers. Our staff come from throughout the United States and Canada, as well as overseas from countries such as England, Australia, New Zealand and Scotland. 

 

Click here to see an exact list of Outdoor Recreation and Exercise Science positions we are hiring https://www.canadensis.com/positions-we-hire/. Paid internships to fulfill academic requirements are encouraged as well. Spending a summer at Camp Canadensis is truly one of the most valuable, fun, and rewarding summer jobs you will ever have. See for yourself check out our videos! http://www.canadensis.com/videos/ http://www.canadensis.com/staff/the-experience-video/ .

To apply for a position at Camp Canadensis, fill out our online application here: https://canadensis.campintouch.com/ui/forms/application/staff/App

If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to me. carli@canadensis.com 484-674-1941.



Who We Are
This summer, get paid to be a MATURE GOOFBALL! Join our team of motivated staff and enjoy the perfect balance of work and fun. Located in the Pocono Mountains of PA, we are a co-ed sleep away camp for kids ages 7-16. We are looking for enthusiastic and creative individuals to work as Outdoor Adventure Specialists in:
Archery Mountain Biking Camping Motor Biking Climbing Wall Outdoor Cooking Fishing Ropes Course Horseback Riding

All positions include:
• Housing • Salary • Travel Allowance • Food/Meals • Laundry

2019 dates: June 17th to August 14th
*Paid internships to fulfill academic requirements are encouraged.*

Role & Responsibilities
• College-aged counselors live in the bunks with the campers. A typical bunk will have 8-12 campers and 3-4 counselors.
• All counselors share in-bunk responsibilities from wake up to clean up to attendance at meals and evening activities.
• During the activity day, Activity Specialists will be at their program area, teaching a specific activity to a wide range of campers. When not teaching activities, Specialists are scheduled back with their respective bunk of campers.
• There is scheduled time off each day and days off throughout the course of the summer.


3 Reasons to Make Camp Canadensis Your Summer Job
1. Build leadership, communication, and problem-solving skills while making lifelong friendships. Serve as a mentor, role model, and hero to our campers.
2. Your office? 1,000 acres of beautiful outdoors, including a 75-acre private lake! Your uniform? Shorts and T-shirts! Your co-workers? Passionate young adults like you, looking to have the best summer ever!
3. Get paid to be a MATURE GOOFBALL. Play and have fun all summer while gaining professional experiences and developing skills that are universally in demand, regardless of your career path.

APPLY NOW!
https://canadensis.campintouch.com/ui/forms/application/staff/App

About Camp Canadensis
At Canadensis, our goal is to create an environment that is emotionally, physically and socially safe for campers and their parents in a first-rate facility. Focusing on the individual needs of each child within a group living setting, our approach is to promote a community defined by tolerance and acceptance where campers feel connected to their surroundings while developing friendships that are sure to last a lifetime.
In order to supervise and lead over 450 campers, our staff is absolutely critical to our success each and every summer. Throughout the off season, one of our main goals is to interview hundreds of applicants and hire approximately over 250 staff, many who are college-aged counselors that live in the bunks with our campers. Our staff come from throughout the United States and Canada as well as overseas from countries such as England, Australia, New Zealand and Scotland.
One thing all of our staff have in common is that they all want to make an impact in the lives of children. They understand what it takes to be a role model and know that while working with kids is incredibly fun, it is also hard work and challenging. Being a counselor at Canadensis is one of the most rewarding jobs you will ever have.
Our staff has the ability to be mature, responsible and dependable while also being fun, easy going and even a bit goofy. So, essentially we are looking for MATURE GOOFBALLS! All of our staff is extremely hard working as this is a 24/7 job that requires counselors to put the campers’ needs ahead of their own needs. After all, we are taking care of someone’s ultimate pride and joy in life…their child.
All staff completes a one week staff training and development before the arrival of our campers. During the summer, all counselors will continue to receive support and guidance from Head Counselors, Group Leaders and Program Heads.

Brain Rehab Clinic

Exercise Science Students:

INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY AT BRAIN REHAB CLINIC
At Brain Rehab Clinic we use Chiropractic Neurology to identify and treat neurological disorders. This different approach addresses the root cause of symptoms and changes brain pathways. If you are looking to broaden your understanding of the body while helping to change lives, then you will love being an intern here!

To Apply please email us a copy of your resume and cover letter. Send to: Office@BrainRehabClinic.com

For other questions call Casey at 801-766-6580. The facility is located in Orem.

Alpine Spinal Rehab

We have Physical Therapy Technician job openings here at Alpine Spinal Rehab. We would love it if you could share this information with your students. Thank you so much. See job post below.

 

Physical Therapy Tech (Provo)

Busy Chiropractic office in Provo has openings for a Physical Therapy Technician to work part time. Spanish speaking is a plus but not required. Please send your resume and we will contact you for an interview. Experience not required but helpful.

 

Shifts Available:

  • T TH 7:50am – 1:30pm
  • W F 2:50-6:30 pm

(potential other time slots may open up)

Compensation: 9.00 /hr

Employment type: Part-time

Start date: As soon as possible.

 

Send resume to jerryclark@alpinespinalrehab.com

Advanced Spine and Rehab

Advanced Spine & Rehab

343 E University Parkway

Orem, UT 84058

801-224-3413 (Ph)

 

Dr. Steven Rutkowski is seeking someone (long term) who can do general office work as well as be trained to assist patients with therapies and modalities and monitor them while they complete their prescribed regimen.  He is looking for someone bilingual in Spanish (preferred), who has a background in Exercise Sciences, someone who is physically fit, looks healthy, is enthusiastic (and computer savvy).

 

You would monitor the front desk, set patients up for treatments, monitor patients on treadmills, during vibration therapy, and while they complete their exercises.  You would place patients on rehab/traction machines and check on patients frequently.  You may be trained to give patients massage after treatment. 

 

Required hours:  M–F, 2:00 pm–6:00 pm; Sa 9:00 a–10:00 a (depending on patient schedule).  Pay will be $9 per hour.

 

Call Dr. Rutkowski at 801-224-3413 to set up an interview – bring your resume to the appointment.

Revel Race Series

Event Management Internship


Brooksee LLC is a fast-growing endurance event company that is committed to elevating the event experience for endurance athletes. We currently operate the REVEL Race Series with 8 marathons and half marathons in the US and Canada, and we are on the cusp of expanding our event portfolio in several additional large markets. We are seeking interns to assist our team across all aspects of our business including operations, business development, marketing, partnership acquisition, and more.


Position Responsibilities
• Perform market research to identify opportunities for business expansion
• Assist operations manager with event production tasks
• Communicate with representatives from local governments, business associations, and civic groups to form relationships with our events
• Perform research to identify potential new sales and sponsorship opportunities and work to bring them to fruition
• Work with operations team to fulfill promised benefits to sponsors and vendors
• Analyze industry data and formulate recommendations for marketing initiatives
• Travel to assist with actual event production (if desired)


Position Requirements
• Ability to establish relationships with potential partners
• Ability to multi-task while dealing with crucial deadlines
• Capable of gathering and organizing useful data and information
• Effective communication, presenting, and writing skills
• Must be able to work independently and collaboratively
• Positive attitude, commitment to succeed, and willingness to go above and beyond
• Endurance athlete preferred


Compensation is negotiable depending on qualifications. Qualified candidates should send their resume to jobs@brooksee.com.

Edwards Lifesciences Fitness Intern

Job Description
Edwards Lifesciences has an exciting opportunity for students wishing to complete their University internship requirement at a Corporate Fitness facility. Edwards strives to make the intern experience unique and rewarding and to provide the opportunity to obtain focused experience in your chosen career field. An internship with Edwards provides students with exposure and/or experience in many, or all, of the following areas:
 
  • Program administration
  • Health promotion programming
  • Fitness testing and exercise prescription
  • Health and fitness motivational programming
  • Group exercise class instruction
  • Facility maintenance
  • Data analysis & outcomes reporting
  • Ergonomics
  • Personal training
  • Participant record keeping
  • Special projects and promotions
  • Health fairs and health screenings
Work Schedule: Flexible schedule Monday-Friday 8:00 am – 9:00 pm
 
Responsibilities:
  • Interact with members, customer care
  • Daily operations of the facility
  • Provide fitness assessments and health consultation
  • Develop safe and effective individualized exercise programming
  • Assist in the creation and implementation of member engagement and wellness programs
  • Group exercise class instruction
  • Develop health newsletter articles
  • Professional development and networking
  • Requirements:
  • Positive attitude, willing to have fun in a professional manner
  • Strong communication skills to instruct and interact effectively with a diverse group of individuals
  • Strong computer skills, proficient with MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.)
  • Innovative thinker
  • Interest in teaching new and innovative group exercise classes

HOW TO APPLY:

Go to the Handshake site, https://uvu.joinhandshake.com and search job ID#2329126

Curves Women's Gym

Curves Women's gym in Lehi, is offering an internship.

It would be 10-12 hours and pay $8.50 per hour. 

They are looking for a female who is going into the fitness industry as personal trainer,  wants to teach group fitness classes or just wants to get some experience in the fitness industry.

If interested please contact:

Annette Olson (owner)

 lehicurves@gmail.com

 801-768-4855 (club) 

 801-636-2676 (cell)

127 E Main St, Lehi, Ut 84043

Nibley City

NIBLEY CITY Recreation Intern
(Open until filled, continuous future recruitment)
Volunteer Position with potential stipend payments
Application Deadline: December 5th, 2018 (First Screening of Applicants)
___________________ ___
The thriving, young community of Nibley City in Cache County is seeking qualified and driven Interns for 2019 to help build a Happy, Healthy, Connected Community. Stipend payments are possible when revenue generating programs as-signed to the intern have successfully been completed to pre-determined standards.


Internship Overview
Under supervision of the Recreation Director, the Intern will plan, organize, implement, and evaluate recreation pro-grams and community events. Upon completion of a recreation program and events training, office orientation, recrea-tion resources tour, and job shadowing experience, the Intern will complete various projects as assigned and be expected to select and complete an internship project that matches their interests, meets academic internship requirements and Nibley City Recreation Department needs.


Essential Functions
Interns will prepare promotional advertising; create new events and or programs; monitor programs underway; plan and coordinate special events, prepare and maintain reports, records, and equipment inventory; assist other staff members and the public as needed; and performs other related duties as assigned.
Duration, Schedule & Expectations
(Flexible and negotiable based on the Intern's schedule and academic program requirements)
• Commitments for one of the following terms are preferred: Jan-June, May-Aug, Sept-Dec
• 10-20 hrs./week minimum, 25 hrs./week on average preferred
• Flexible Schedule, Holidays OFF, Weekends OFF (with the exception of a few special events)
Career Development/Benefits
• Learning and implementing event management and program development best practices
• Potentially learning and participating in the development of new fitness, youth sports, outdoor recreation, na-ture appreciation, art, and historical interpretation events and programs
• Learning how to work within budget guidelines
• Connection to other professionals in the field through the Utah Parks and Recreation Association
• VALUABLE MARKETABLE EXPERIENCE


Physical/Environmental Factors
This work requires some lifting of heavy objects and boxes; office work and outdoor recreation work with some exposure to adverse weather conditions. Work may include exposure to high-stress situations or environments, including contact with the public, and requires exceptional customer service skills.
Pre-assignment testing and other requirements
Prior to appointment, the intern applicant will be required to successfully pass a criminal background check. Possession of a valid driver’s license with an ability to pull a trailer are also required.


Application Information
• Interested applicants must provide a cover letter and Résumé outlining their recreation experience, education, interests and goals.
• Recreation Interns are recruited on a continuous basis; however, we are limited to available positions for a given time frame. Application materials should be submitted via email and should be addressed as follows:
Subject Line: Recreation Internship
Addressed to: Chad Wright, Recreation Director @ chad@nibleycity.com
Only Electronic applications will be accepted

Alpine Fitness

We love providing internships to students that are passionate about pursuing degrees in the physical therapy and personal training field.

 

Our internships are much different than other internships you will find. Instead of passively watching and observing trainers and therapists, this internship focuses on hands-on learning and enduring knowledge. Internships are 225 hours and involve various quizzes and evaluations to track progress. Personal training interns learn necessary skills like how to conduct a first client interview, proper lifting technique instruction, modalities, and various alternative exercises, like TRX Suspension Training. Physical therapy interns learn skills like Graston Technique, modalities, PNF, METs, how to conduct an initial evaluation including goniometry and MMT tests, and clinical notes like SOAP notes and Procedure and Treatment Records.

 

Interns can plan on spending around 15 hours per week in the facility. Typically, interns have the following options for shifts: MWF morning 6-11am, TThS morning 6-11am, MF afternoon 3-8pm and S morning 6-11am, or TTh afternoon 3-8pm and S morning 6-11am. However, hours can be adjusted based on work and school schedules.

 

Our 225 hour hands-on internships provide results – previous interns have gone on to physical therapy, occupational therapy, and medical schools. Interested applicants can send a resume and any questions to schedule@alpinefitness.com

Evolve Fitness

HEALTH OR EXERCISE SCIENCES INTERNSHIP AT EVOLVE

HELP YOUNG CHILDREN LEARN THE IMPORTANCE OF EXERCISE AND A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE BY TEACHING OUR KIDFIT CLASSES! 

During this Wellness Education internship, students will: 
• Teach about anatomy, nutrition, and exercise in a fun and kid-friendly way

• Lead a good warm-up that is easy for kids to follow

• Demonstrate and teach sports drills (e.g. catching and throwing balls, dribbling, kicking, aiming for targets, passing)

• Demonstrate and teach yoga basics (e.g. butterfly stretch, downward dog, straddle stretch, warrior pose, breathing exercises)

• Work on balance and coordination

• Demonstrate and teach conditioning drills, obstacle courses, or across the floor workouts (e.g. running ladders, relay races, balance beam, weaving between cones, grapevine, crawling through tunnels, bear crawls, crab walks)

• Demonstrate and teach how to properly stretch muscles

• Teach the importance of good sportsmanship

• Read books • Play games • Keep the kids moving! 

These classes are offered at Evolve Fitness in Lehi. Children attend while their moms are doing their own group fitness class. The interns will take turns being in charge of planning the class each week. They must complete and submit a typed plan of action before each class is taught. Interns should love working with kids and have a passion for health and wellness! 

To apply for the January 2019 internship, send a resume to Tanya Rasmussen, contact@evolvefitnessutah.com

Intermountain Healthcare Cardiac Rehab

Personal Trainer internship:

 Utah Valley Hospital internship opportunity working with our "100 Day Heart Challenge" program.  This program will involve 10 couples who have taken the challenge to lower their risk of heart disease. The participants are tested for percent body fat, cholesterol, glucose, triglycerides, blood pressure, pulse, waist circumference, and weight the first day of the competition and again on the last day of the competition.  To help these participants succeed they will be given 2 personal training sessions each week during the 100 days.  The interns will be assigned 2 couples to train.  Each couple has two 1-1 ½ hour training session each week with their trainer (intern).  The trainers (interns) schedule their exercise sessions each week.  Times will vary depending upon the interns schedule and the participants’ schedules.  The goal of the program is to educate and show the participants how to live the healthiest lives possible and hopefully pass it along to family, friends and neighbors.

 The challenge begins the first part of February and ends the middle of May.  This is not a paid internship.  Those who are interested please email your resume to Traci Heiner at traci.heiner@imail.org by November 8th.   Interviews will be held November 15th and 16th