PA State Civil Service Commission
P. O. Box 569
Harrisburg, PA 17108-0569
Contact: Benito Martinez
Accounting Interns: Valuable work experience and consideration for full time employment after graduation. Must be enrolled as a full-time student with junior standing in an accredited undergraduate bachelor's degree program in accounting; completion of the first semester of the junior year (or 75 credits); and satisfactory completion of 15 credits or 5 courses in the major which included or was supplemented by 3 credits or 1 course in Basic Data Processing.
Engineering Intern (Civil): Enrollment as a full-time undergraduate student. Must have completed (or be in your last semester) of your sophomore year in an accredited engineering program in one of the following areas: civil engineering, civil structural engineering, architectural engineering, hydraulic engineering, civil engineering technology, or civil engineering systems.
County Social Casework Interns: Enrollment as a full-time student with junior standing in an accredited undergraduate degree program in sociology, social welfare, psychology, gerontology, or other related social sciences; completion of the first semester of the junior year (or 75 credits); and satisfactory completion of fifteen credits in one of the major fields of study.
PA residency is required. Interns will receive compensation, valuable work experience, and consideration for full time employment after graduation.
Jack Parks & Sons Inc.
2103 East 33rd Street
Erie, PA 16510
Phone: (814) 897-9891
Contact: Lou Anne Bearfield
317 West 6th Street
Erie, PA 16509
Contact: Skip Papa
7007 Powers Blvd.
Parma, OH 44129
Phone: (440) 743-4127
Contact: Tina Lekas
Parson's Engineering Science, Inc.
180 Lawrence Bell Drive
Williamsville, NY 14221
Contact: James Baker
911 Panorama Trail
Rochester, NY 14625
Phone: no phone calls please
Contact Person: Angelique Vallot
Description: Paychex, Inc. is a leading national provider of payroll, human resource, and benefits outsourcing solutions for small- to medium-sized businesses. Duties include: working closely with the members of the Recruiting department to advance the recruiting goals of Paychex; managing recruiting projects from conception to completion during the course of the Internship; gaining practical, hands-on learning experiences in the corporate recruiting industry; learning all aspects of recruiting, including the candidate search process, interviewing, and reference checking; participating in networking, developmental, and community service programs that enhance your internship experience; assisting with reporting, tracking, and generating hiring metrics.
Qualifications: College student pursuing an undergraduate degree in a business related field. Strong customer service experience is preferred. Experience with Microsoft Word and Excel is required. Strong organizational and communication skills are essential.
During this unpaid internship we will provide you with a strong foundation for professional and personal growth. Qualified candidates must be able to work 20 hours per week between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. The actual schedule is flexible and will be determined based on your needs.
To Apply: Visit www.paychex.apply2jobs.com and create your profile within our career center. Creating a profile allows you to submit your resume for this and other opportunities at Paychex. To apply for this position you will need to reference "CORP1350" the position code in the Position Code drop-down menu.
Semester of Need: Summer
Penn Dot SR-0005
Harborcreek Township, PA
Phone: (814) 897-0633
Contact: Steven Hurlburt
Penn Lakes Girl Scout Council
5681 Rt. 6N
Edinboro, PA 16412
Phone: (814) 734-3793
Contact: Jennifer Alderson, Director of Communications
Description: Assist Communications Director in all aspects of public relations from media relations to special event planning. Prepare press releases. Promote camp programs, which usually includes on-camera interview with the local media. Coordinate assigned aspects of Gold tournament. Promote girl scouting.
Academic Majors Desired: Journalism, Communications, English, and Business
Semester(s) of Need : All
Penn State Behrend
Office of Student Activities
5091 Station Road
Erie, PA 16508
Contact: Dr. Sue Norton
Pennsylvania Board of Probation/Parole
221 East 18th Street
Erie, PA 16503
Phone: (814) 8714201
Contact: Patricia L. Lightner, District Director
Description: Job duties may include: general travel and observation of Agent, small caseload responsibility, group counseling, initial interviewing, individual counseling, specialized counseling, observation of hearings, assist agent with classification summary investigations, assist with pre-parole investigations, observe pre-sentence investigation, observe Pardon Board investigation, and observe investigation incidental to arrest.
Academic Majors Desired: Criminal Justice, Social Work, any Human Services
Semester(s) of Need : All
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection
Bureau of Human Resources
Attn: Internship Coordinator
400 Market St., 2nd floor
P. O. Box 2357
Harrisburg, PA 17105-2357
Contact: Gloria J. Boyer, Recruitment Specialist
Description: Summer Government Service Internships available. Duties would include project assignments in business, research and development, public administration, and similar activities. Students are typically enrolled in business, education, human resources, journalism, management, public administration and related curricula. Engineering, Scientific and Technical internships are also available for students enrolled in engineering, biology, chemistry, earth/natural science, geology, microbiology, environmental science, physics and related curricula. Criminal Justice internships are available as 6-month internships either from Jan. through June or July through Dec.
Pennsylvania Department of Health
Phone: (412) 565 - 5106
Contact: Ben Zimmer or Michelle Hughes
Description: Public Bathing Place Program Intern. Responsibilities include surveying public bathing places, such as swimming pools, spas, hot tubs, water parks and beaches for public health, safety and sanitation. Area covered includes Cameron, Clarion, Clearfield, Crawford, Elk, Forect, Jefferson, Lawrence, McKean, Mercer, Venango, and Warren Counties..
Semester(s) of Need : Summer, 37.5 hrs./wk.
Compensation and travel reimbursement.
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation
P.O. Box 711
1140 Liberty Street
Franklin, PA 16323
Phone: (814) 437-4209
Contact: Robert Keller
Description 1: Individual with demonstrated aptitude in Marketing/Advertising to assist counties in promoting our agility program. The student will work with County Offices to assist in promoting agility through the development and implementation of marketing plans.
Description 2: Work with EDP Department on PC and Mainframe computers. Student will work with EDP personnel to help install hardware, software, internet system and do some troubleshooting of problems and concerns of users.
Academic Majors Desired 1: Marketing
Academic Majors Desired 2: Computer Science
Semester(s) of Need : All
Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission
Commonwealth Keystone Building-Plaza Level
Harrisburg, PA 17120-0053
Phone: (717) 772-3257
Contact: Internship Coordinator
Description: The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (PHMC) invites applications to its Summer student internship programs, including the Keystone, Diversity, and Apprentice Preservation programs. Full descriptive and application material is available at http://www.phmc.state.pa.us/, (click on Apply and then Internships).
PHMC, an agency of Pennsylvania state government, is the official history agency of the Commonwealth, responsible for preserving, documenting and interpreting the state's history and making this history accessible to the public. It is a multi-service public history agency, including the Pennsylvania State Archives, the State Museum of Pennsylvania, and the State Historic Preservation Office, all in Harrisburg; and twenty-four historic sites and museums located throughout the Commonwealth, along the Trail of History.
PHMC's internship programs provide hands-on pre-professional training for graduate and undergraduate students interested in pursuing a career in public history. Placements with a wide variety of agency programs, both in Harrisburg and around the state, are available; placement will depend on both student interest and programmatic needs. Each intern will work closely with a staff mentor and, in addition, will participate in educational programs designed to introduce students to a variety of PHMC programs as well as to address broader issues in public history.
Internships run with some flexibility in work hours. Most internships are unpaid, but full course credit is available. Questions may be directed to email@example.com.
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
Bipartisan Management Committee
Archival Internship Program
Archives & Records Center, Room B-04
South Office Bldg.
Harrisburg, PA 17120-2020
Phone: (717) 783-3866
Fax: (717) 772-1233
Description: 13 week paid internship open to full time seniors, 2nd semester juniors, or graduate students. Must attend a PA college or University or be a PA resident. Must have at least a 3.0 GPA. Housing and parking are responsibility of student. 37.5 hr. work week/ $8.40 per hour/no benefits. Examples of work: 1) the description and preservation of House Committee documents; 2) the creation of finding aids and user guides to assist researchers; 3) historical research on the House of Representatives; 4)organization of collections and related materials of elected officials.
Pennsylvania Newspaper Association Foundation
3899 North Front Street
Harrisburg, PA 17110
Contact: Janet Bevan, Manager of Outreach & Partnerships
Description: Guide to meaningful internships in the Pennsylvania newspaper industry. Alphabetical by city. Includes editorial, advertising, photography and other valuable learning opportunities.
Pennsylvania Wildlife Center
6000 Verona Road
Verona, PA 15417
Phone: (412) 793 - 6900
Contact: Betty Miranda, Director
Animal Care Intern: This position entails cleaning animal housing, daily treatment and feeding of sick, injured, and orphaned animals; completing all records concerning animal care; admitting animals and completing admission forms; answering PWC telephone to assist the public; and cleaning and maintenance of the clinic.
Educational Intern: This position offers hands-on experience working with children from kindergarten to high school, scout groups, organizations such as Home Depot and Border's Book Store and adult groups; opportunities to handle domestic animals as well as wildlife. (We house three non-releasable owls which are used for education programs as well as animals from the shelter); time working with troubled youth and abused preschoolers as part of our weekly Animal Assisted Therapy program.
Penn-Wild Publication, Inc.
207 House Avenue, Suite 103
Camp Hill, PA 17011
Contact: Sherry Ritchey
1511 Peach Street
Erie, PA 16501
Contact: Laurie Golden
Description: Human Resources Intern. Must be Business Administration major with HR focus.
Duties: Type, file, enter data in a computer system, assist in orienting new hires, assist with benefit administration. Must have computer (windows) experience and Acts 34 & 151 clearances.
Peters Township Police Department
610 East McMurray
McMurray, PA 15317
Phone: (724) 942-5030
Contact: Chief Harry Fruecht
PGA Tour Minority Internship Program
PGA Tour, Inc.
112 TPC Boulevard
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
Phone: (904) 285-3700
Contact: Aleizha Batson, Internship Coordinator
Description: Internships are being offered throughout the TOUR structure, including communications, corporate marketing, tournament operations, PGA TOUR Productions, food & beverage, maintenance, golf shop operations, data processing and design services.
The TOUR has coordinated a variety of nine-week internships that are available to male and female students in good standing (at least a 2.5 QPA). Students must have completed at least their junior year of college. Candidates must be of African-American, Asian-American, Native-American or Hispanic descent.
Semester(s) of Need: All (primarily June - August)
Compensation: per week
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Museum Studies Internship Program
P. O. Box 7646
Philadelphia, PA 19101-7646
Contact: Glennis Pagano, Deputy Manager of Volunteer Service
Description: Offers volunteer internships each summer. Must have completed sophomore year by spring. Program runs Monday through Friday for nine weeks. Interns participate in a Museum Studies curriculum including collection tours with curators, departmental orientations, field trips, and seminars, which take place on Mondays. Tuesdays through Fridays are spent in departmental placements. Check project descriptions on the website.
Send official transcript; two letters of recommendation from college professors, resume, and one page essay describing candidate's interest in the internship, skills that would contribute to the program, and career goals. Finalists will be invited for interviews in person or by phone. Unpaid.
Human Resources Department
3400 West Girad Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Phone: (215) 243-5337
Contact: Nicole Chesson
Physicians for Social Responsibility
1101 14th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005
Phone: (202) 898-0150
Internet Address: http://www.psr.org/
Description: Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR), a leading national organization with over 20,000 members, is committed to the elimination of weapons of mass destruction, the achievement of a sustainable environment, and the reduction of violence and its causes. PSR is looking for undergraduate and graduate interns with an interest in grassroots organizations to conduct research, analysis, and organizing. Internships are offered year round in the following areas: Environment and Health Program, Violence Prevention Program, and Nuclear Disarmament and Security Program. Positions are 40 hours per week for three months or longer. However, six-month internships are preferred.
Deadlines: Two months prior to the beginning of a term, but dates are flexible.
Qualifications: excellent oral and written communication skills, computer proficiency, and an ability to work independently.
Compensation: stipend per week.
To Apply: Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and dates of availability to the Internship Coordinator at the above address.
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre
2900 Liberty Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15201
Phone: (412) 281-0360
Contact: Kathi Chipman, Director of Arts Education
Description: The Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre is a classical ballet company.
Internships available in Arts Education/Community Outreach, Arts Management, Costume, Development, Group Sales, Marketing & Public Relations, Production, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre School
Academic Majors Desired: All
Semester(s) of Need: All
Compensation: Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre offers the opportunity for both non-paid and paid internships. Compensation will be arranged between the department head and the intern. Interns will receive complimentary tickets for all performances.
Pittsburgh Brewing Company
3340 Liberty Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15229
Phone: (412) 692-1183
Contact: Angelia Umbaugh, Graphic Designer
Description: Graphic design interns will work on a number of projects throughout their internship with complete supervision. One of the major projects involves working with other interns within the company. This project is called the Waiter/Waitress Cup. With the help of their supervisor, interns take charge of this program from start to finish. The graphic design interns are responsible in developing different forms of advertising for the event. Other projects include helping to develop a new program for the sales department and possibly new signage for within the company. Our interns also have the opportunity to attend meetings, photoshots, and presschecks with their supervisor.
Academic Majors Desired: Graphic Design
Semester(s) of Need: All
Number of Positions Available: 2
312 Blvd. of the Allies
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Phone: (412) 209-2100
Fax: (412) 209-2120
Contact: Jason Headen
Description: Tracks include Event Marketing and Promotion, Community Outreach, Technical/Graphic/Design, and Journalism/Communication.
Semester(s) of Need: Summer
4802 Fifth Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Phone: (412) 622-6429
Contact: Dana Black
Teresa Conn, Owner/Internship Coordinator
7718 Eichenlaub Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15237
Semester of need: All, including summer
Majors Needed: Sports Administration, Communications, Social Work, Business/Marketing
Description: The Pittsburgh Passion is a women's football team that participates within the National Women's Football Association. The Passion offers a variety of internship positions throughout the organization that will challenge the student while enhancing their education experience. Internships are available in administration, community relations, marketing/public relations, and events/game management (ticket sales/management). The Passion can also provide opportunities for flexible internships that can be tailored to the expertise of students. Send completed Passion application, brief cover letter, and resume.
Pittsburgh Regional Alliance
425 Sixth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Contact: Beth Niedringhaus
Description: A creative, organized person is needed for a paid internship to work on various projects in the Existing Business department of the Pittsburgh Regional Alliance. The objective of the Existing Business department is to ensure that regional businesses learn about the resources and assistance available for them. Projects may include, but are not limited to: develop relationships with partners, board members and volunteers, prepare and implement marketing materials, update database, make phone calls, and research about the Pittsburgh region. As well as assisting with various projects/programs that are underway including: Existing Business Outreach, Talent Attraction, Pittsburgh Regional Champions, and INDEX (Industry and Education Exchange). Position offers a flexible 15-20 hour work week with possible evening responsibilities.
While not limited to these, a candidate should have interest in areas such as marketing, event planning, research, and sales. Those applying for the position should possess the following: excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, organization, attention to details, self-starter. Candidate should also demonstrate an enthusiam for the Pittsburgh region.
Additional Information: The Pittsburgh Regional Alliance is an economic development organization, creating the momentum to attract, build and nurture businesses and the talented people who drive them. Our specific mission is to generate and assist ‘customers' of the regional product by utilizing the services and resources of other organizations and, where necessary, providing the services directly.
Our offices are located in the Regional Enterprise Tower in downtown Pittsburgh.
For more information about the Pittsburgh Regional Alliance, please see our web site at http://www.pittsburghregion.org/
Resumes can be sent to my attention at: 412-392-1010 (fax) or Beth Niedringhaus , Pittsburgh Regional Alliance , 425 Sixth Avenue , Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Pittsburgh Technology Council
The Pittsburgh Technology Council helps technology companies succeed!
If you are interested in applying for internships please follow the link below: http://careers.pghtech.org/jsearch/jresults.cfm?internshipsonly=intern
This is just a sample of what is available at http://careers.pghtech.org/.
If you have questions concerning these positions, please contact:
Manager of Internship Outreach
Catalyst Connection / Pittsburgh Technology Council
Pittsburgh Technology Council
Student Membership Internship
The Pittsburgh Technology Council, the largest regional technology trade association in the country is offering an unpaid internship to assist our Student Membership team. This internship will offer the qualified individual the opportunity to work directly with the Managing Director of the Education Network in a variety of initiatives all seeking to grow our existing internship program as well as to increase student membership of the Pittsburgh Technology Council. Responsibilities for this position include: researching and contacting current Council member companies to promote spring and summer internships; updating & maintaining a large electronic resume filing system, creating reports and program updates. This position will require 10 to 15 hours per week and will report to the Pittsburgh Technology Council offices.
We are looking for an individual who is eager to learn, able to follow specifications with a high attention to detail and has excellent verbal and written communication skills. The candidate must also be motivated and have the ability to work independently and with a team. Experience with MS Word and MS Excel is required. Lotus Notes experience is a plus.
Please send resume with cover letter to:
Pittsburgh Technology Council
2000 Technology Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Pittsburgh Tissue Engineering Institute
425 Sixth Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Phone: (412) 395-4200
Contact: Joan F. Schanak
Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium
Attn: Elizabeth Hill, Marketing Dept.
One Wild Place
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Description: Marketing/Public Relations Internships, Group Sales/Rentals Internships, Production/AV Internships, Special Events Internships
Planned Parenthood Association of Pennsylvania
1514 North Second Street
Harrisburg, PA 17102
Phone: (717) 234-3024
Contact: Angela West, Communications Specialist
Description: Planned Parenthood Association of Pennsylvania addresses public policy and legislation regarding reproductive rights and health and sexuality education; monitors opposition to reproductive rights; and provides information on the above to the public, media, and government officials.
Academic Majors Desired: Political Science, Women's Studies, Public Relations, and/or Health care
Semester(s) of Need: All
The Plastek Group
2425 West 23rd Street
Erie, PA 16506
Phone: (717) 878-4405
Contact: Bonnie Montevecchio, Human Resources Assistant
Qualifications: Computer Literate (MS Office), detail oriented, Oral and written communication skills required.
Responsibilities: Place purchase orders, data entry, filing, phone, fax and e-mail correspondence, other duties as assigned.
Academic Majors Desired: Business
Semester(s) of Need: Spring
Presbyterian Homes of Philipsburg
200 E. Presqueile St.
Philipsburg, PA 16866
Phone: (814) 342-0340
Contact: JoEllen Mellot
Preferred Institute of Educational Services
3025 French Street
Erie, PA 16504
Phone: (814) 456-0406
Contact: Michael F. Chevalier, Vice President, Planning & Development
Description: The Preferred Institute provides continuing education to insurance agents, brokers and accountants, continuing legal education and continuing medical education. They also provide employment retaining for displaced workers and displaced welfare recipients.
Academic Majors Desired: Political Science, Communication Studies: Public Relations/Advertising, English/Writing/Journalism
Semester(s) of Need: All
119 Oronoco Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: (800) 441-6533
Internet Address: http://www.presidentialclassroom.org/
Contact: Christopher Rochette, Program Manager
Description: Presidential Classroom is a non-profit organization that deals in civic education. It draws outstanding high school students from around the US and world to Washington, DC for intense, one-week conferences giving them an inside view to how government works.
Duties and Responsibilities: Provide support and leadership in the Student Services Office, Curriculum Office, and in the field doing logistics/advancement. Interns are also assigned a project management position. Interns also introduce their VIP speakers and facilitate seminars.
Academic Majors Desired: Political Science, Communications, History, Journalism, Hotel-restaurant Management, Sociology, Psychology
Semester(s) of Need: Summer and Fall
Compensation + housing
Presque Isle State Park
Contact: Tracy Giraziano
Professional Profiles in Staffing
2233 EBCO Dr.
Erie, PA 16506
Phone: (814) 835-3935
Contact: Sandra A. Cottrell
Profitable Practice Strategies
517 Court Place, Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Phone: (412) 765-3740. Fax: (412) 765-2068
Internet Address: http://www.profitablepracticestrategies.com/
Contact: Colleen Ferraro, Executive Assistant
Description: Consulting firm for optometrists, physical medicine, chiropractic businesses.
Duties and Responsibilities: Assist the staff writer/media specialist with varied duties associated with a busy consulting firm. Write and customize forms and letters; prepare materials for meetings; research and compose newsletters; prepare copywriting for radio/print/television; media research and proposals; filing, copying and other administrative duties.
Academic Majors Desired: Journalism, Writing
Semester(s) of Need: Fall and Spring
Project Vote Smart
One Common Ground
Philipsburg, MT 59858
Phone: (406) 859-VOTE
Fax: (406) 859-8680
Contact: Lisa Coligan, Internship Coordinator
Description: Thousands of candidates and elected officials. Who works for you? Who is seeking your vote? Project Vote Smart, a citizen's organization, has developed a Voter's Self-Defense system to provide you with the necessary tools to self-govern effectively: abundant, accurate, unbiased and relevant information. As a national library of factual information, Project Vote Smart covers your candidates and elected officials in five basic categories: biographical information, issue positions, voting records, campaign finances and interest group ratings. All internships are in residence at the Great Divide Ranch in Montana. Scholarships pay for students' lodging and meals for the average 10-week internship.
Positions Available: Research and Hotline Assistant, Membership Assistant, National Political Awareness Test Assistant, Lodge Assistant, News Assistant, Facilities and Recreation Assistant and Information Technology Assistant.
Academic Majors Desired: Political Science, Communications, Journalism, Computer Science
Semester(s) of Need : All
Public Use Internship
Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge
RR 1 Box 202, Suite 1
Baring, ME 04694
Contact: Robert Peyton, Deputy Refuge Manager
Description: Prepare and present interpretive programs to a variety of audiences; assist in design and writing of interpretive leaflets; assist in development and maintenance of public use facilities including brochures, hiking trails, interpretive exhibits, signs, and kiosks. Greet the visiting public and provide advice on refuge activities and wildlife viewing opportunities. 40 hrs./wk and wk. stipend plus communal housing.
Qualifications: Must maintain a valid drivers license; must have ability to communicate orally for the purpose of giving educational and interpretive presentations and conducting refuge tours and greeting the public; must be able to work independently and with other individuals; and must be able to apply knowledge of the environment, biology, and related subjects to outdoor recreation programs.
Apply: Send resume with the following information: position applying for, full name, mailing address with zip code, day/evening phone numbers, social security number (voluntary but will be required upon hiring), country of citizenship, education (high school name, address, date of diploma or GED), colleges or universities attended with addresses and current transcripts, work experience (include job title, duties, dates of service, employer's name, address & phone number), 3 references familiar with your work or academic abilities, and a brief statement addressing how you meet the qualifications.
Purple Martin Conservation Association
Office of Extended Learning
Edinboro, PA 16444
Description: Learn how to execute, with supervision, the activities of wildlife ecologists focusing attention on all aspects of Purple Martin biology.
901 Sixth Avenue
Altoona, PA 16602
Phone: (888) 694-9996
Contact: Karen Reap, Program Director
Description: Complete psycho-social assessments, observe and co-facilitate Group Therapy sessions, observe and co-facilitate Individual Therapy sessions, participate in multi-disciplinary Treatment Team Meetings, attend psychoeducational lectures on related topics, record client progress in form of progress notes, treatment plan updates, etc, and co-facilitate discharge planning.
Academic Majors Desired: Social Work, Psychology, Sociology, Criminal Justice, & Counseling
Semester(s) of Need : All
Ravenwood Mental Health Center
12557 Ravenwood Drive
PO Box 86
Chardon, OH 44024
Contact: Dr. Larry Killian
Fax: Vicki Clark 440-285-4552
Reading Phillies Baseball Club
First Energy Stadium
P. O. Box 15050
Reading, PA 19612-5050
Contact: Ashley Forlini, Director of Group Sales and Fan Development
Description: Seeking outgoing individuals for Junior Associate/Internship Program. Work directly with front office staff gaining experience in marketing, sales, customer service and other aspects of the sports industry.
Regional Center for Workforce Excellence
Nick Hoffman, Marketing and Communication Specialist
764 Bessemer Street, Suite 102
Meadville, PA 16335
(814) 333-1286, ext. 116
The Regional Center for Workforce Excellence (RCWE) is the workforce development organization for Northwest Pennsylvania bringing together employers, educators and workers throughout Clarion, Crawford, Erie, Forest, Venango and Warren Counties. The RCWE is seeking an intern to work with the outreach team to complete major project initiatives within the region including development and implementation of a regional public relations plan, website redesign, electronic newsletter development, board member retreat, as well as legislative and public outreach via press conferences and press releases. The successful candidate will have many opportunities to network with area employers, increase their business knowledge, and improve their professional skills.
Background: The successful candidate should have background in marketing, communications, public administration, planning, writing, graphic design and/or other business discipline.
Intern Position Description:
1. Provide support of outreach project initiatives
2. Coordinate media outreach activities
3. Provide support in planning events
4. Support the implementation of the Public Relations Plan
5. Provide additional assistance to RCWE Staff as necessary
1. Ability to work independently
2. Good judgment and reasoning skills
3. Professional demeanor
4. Excellent oral and written communication skills
5. Proficient ability in Microsoft Office Products
6. Must provide own transportation
Time Frame: October - May (summer internships may be available)
Hours per week: 15-20
Pay Rate: per hour plus mileage
900 Parish St., 4th Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15220
Contact: Bill Mueller, Director of IT
Description: Immediate non-paid internship available in IT department 12 hours per week for 13 weeks. Assist with installation, setup, configuration, documentation, and maintenance of various hardware, software, and networking systems. Please forward resume and cover letter.
Rite Aid Corporation
P.O. Box 3165
Harrisburg, PA 17105
Rolling Scots Fitness Center
Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
Edinboro, PA 16444
Phone: (814) 732-3125
Contact: James Glatch
Rouse Warren County Home
Youngville, OH 16371
Contact: Megan Cunningham