Baylor Works Internship Program

Baylor Works leverages and engages the Baylor network to find internships and mentorships in various industries for graduating seniors and college-age alumni. The goal of BAYLOR Works is for young alumni to build their resume, develop their professional experience and select the right career path.

2019 Internships:

For 2019 Internship Placements, Click here.

The Office of Alumni Engagement is pleased to announce the 2019 Baylor Works summer internships following an extremely competitive application process. The program offers professional experience for graduating seniors and young alumni currently enrolled in college. Now in its sixth year, the 2019 program placed 20 interns at 17 internship opportunities in a wide variety of careers, including medicine, finance, real estate, marketing, interior design, non-profit, engineering, lab research and more.

ACA Compliance Group



INVESTMENT PERFORMANCE STANDARDS INTERN

Category: Finance
Compensation: Paid $10 per hour
Qualifications: The internship is best suited for highly motivated students with at least two years of college, a keen interest in the business of investment management and strong analytical skills.
Duration:
Six to eight weeks during Summer 2019
Location: Downtown Chattanooga office
Sponsor: Justin Guthrie ’96 and Charlie Stout '01

www.acacompliancegroup.com

ACA Performance Services, LLC, a division of ACA Compliance Group, offers Global Investment Performance Standards (“GIPS”) verification and consulting services to investment managers around the globe. Our more than 30 professionals have over 200 years of combined experience and form the largest team of GIPS professionals globally that is solely dedicated to GIPS verification and related services. To date, we have worked with over 300 asset managers, including 31% of the Top 100 Institutional Asset Managers, as ranked by Pensions and Investments Magazine. ACA Performance interns will gain valuable exposure to the operations, client service, and analytical functions of a boutique consulting firm.

A strong working knowledge of Microsoft Excel is preferred.

Athens Insurance - (Athens, TN)


INSURANCE SERVICING REP.

Category: Insurance ( Property, Casualty, Life and Health)

Compensation: $12.50 per hour

Duration: Summer 2019; Monday- Friday 8:30am to 5pm

Location: Downtown Athens, TN office

Sponsor: Allen Carter '91

https://www.athensins.com

The intern will work in various departments in the office assisting with the servicing of accounts, rating policies for agents and possibly accompanying an agent on marketing calls for new accounts.

ATI Physical Therapy

Clinical Observation

Category: Medical – Physical Therapy
Compensation:
Unpaid
Duration:
6 weeks; Daily schedule 12pm-4pm
Qualifications: Must be College student majoring in Physical Therapy
Location: Downtown Chattanooga
Sponsor: Matt Provenzano ‘01

https://locations.atipt.com/chattanooga-tn-north

The intern will learn and participate in basic exercise programs and observe manual techniques performed in order to return patients to a healthy, functional and independent condition. In addition, the intern will be able to log observation hours under a doctor of physical therapy (required for most DPT programs).


Atomic Logistics Group



LOGISTICS INTERN – ATOMIC TRANSPORT

Field/Industry: Supply Chain, Sales, Marketing, Advertising, or Communications

Compensation: Paid- $9 per hour

Position Timing: Beginning Mid-May up to early June, negotiable; time Monday through Friday throughout the summer; 6-8 weeks, Monday- Friday with flexible hours

Qualification(s): Atomic Logistics Group of Chattanooga is looking for an undergraduate student majoring in Supply Chain, Sales, Marketing, Advertising, or Communications. This person should have excellent verbal and written communication skills, with extensive knowledge of web, social media, and Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Excel. Adobe Photoshop/Illustrator knowledge is a plus, and will be considered when choosing the best applicant for this internship position. The best-suited candidate will have an interest in the transportation and supply chain industries.

Location: Downtown Chattanooga office

Sponsor: Alex Cash ’09 and Current Parent Mike McCallie

Website: maxtranslogistics.com, f2ftransport.com and atomictransport.com


Roles & Responsibilities:
ALG is looking to fill one position that will assist in both companies’ collection of paperwork; building orders; social media & traditional marketing; driver recruiting, engagement & retention; and more.

Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Provide office support to both freight brokers, dispatch, and drivers
  • Manage paperwork and digital documents relating to the completion of delivered orders
  • Assist in the creation of mockups, email campaigns, online promotion, etc.
  • Process leads and sort candidates through Customer Relationship Management systems
  • Assist in the distribution or delivery of marketing materials
  • COMPANY DESCRIPTION:

    In a newly renovated space on the Southside of Chattanooga, you’ll find our three businesses working hard to coordinate and transport commodities across the country, all day every day. Max Trans Logistics, F2F Transport, and Atomic Transport make up the Chattanooga division of Atomic Logistics Group. MTL is a third-party freight brokerage; F2F is an Owner/Operator trucking company born right here in Chattanooga; and Atomic Transport is an asset-based company that specializes in waste management. While operating in the same industry, our three Chattanooga companies are separate entities and have different operating procedures. Here’s where you come in: we’re looking for one intern who can do all three.

    Center for Mindful Living


    Marketing and Outreach Intern


    Category:
    Marketing and Events / Non-Profit

    Compensation:
    Internship will be unpaid but can be in exchange for class credit. We will offer our intern a complimentary membership during their time with us.

    Qualification(s): College student with Marketing, Communications, Public Relations, Events Management Major preferred. Previous experience with volunteering at a non-profit is a plus.

    Duration:6-8 weeks over Summer 2019; CML is open with staff available Monday - Thursday 9:30am - 5:30pm although intern may work flexible hours and days that are convenient for them. Suggested 20-30 hours per week.

    Location: Downtown Chattanooga offices

    Sponsor: Board member and current parent Barbara Kennedy

    The Center for Mindful Living is a 501c3 non-profit that educates the community about the benefits of mindfulness and provides opportunities for people to develop a mindfulness practice to cultivate more joy, balance, and compassion. While we are a physical center offering mindfulness classes and workshops, we are also, and perhaps more importantly, a community of people from all walks of life. Over the past two years in honor of International Day of Peace, the Center for Mindful Living became a public champion for peace, promoting the importance of peace for our individual and collective well-being and providing a platform for all people to come together with our annual Paths to Peace event.

    As a small non-profit, we provide our interns with the opportunity to take ownership over specific projects that provide you with meaningful corporate work experience, but also significantly impact our work and community. As part of our summer internship program, you will be an integral part of the Paths to Peace marketing committee as well as our marketing and communications efforts at the Center overall.

    Key responsibilities include:

    ●Work directly with Paths to Peace Marketing Chair to develop and execute engaging guerilla marketing tactics to promote Paths to Peace in unique ways throughout the Chattanooga community

    ●Develop a communications plan and assist in the production of marketing materials for Paths to Peace and the Center, including newsletters, flyers, social media content, radio spots, advertisements and more

    ●Conduct research on specific organizations, churches, community areas and groups to involve in one-off “Pop Up Paths to Peace” events

    ●Participate in monthly Paths to Peace committee meetings

    ●Obtain experience using marketing tools, such as Canva and Mailchimp

    ●Gain understanding of day-to-day operations of a non-profit organization

    Center for Mindful Living web site

    Chambliss Center for Children



    Summer Camp Staff - Chambliss Center for Children

    Category: Childcare (primary) with potential involvement in art, dance, sports, computer, STEM, etc…
    Compensation:
    Paid- $10 per hour

    Qualification(s): Interest in working with children from at-risk communities

    Duration: Mon-Fri, 8 am- 3 pm from 5/28-8/7 (dates are flexible by a few days on each end)

    Location: Chattanooga (Brainerd area)

    Sponsor: Katie Cooper Harbison '96

    Spend your summer working with children ages 5-12 in our summer camp program. Depending on your skills, you could offer to teach dance classes, art classes, lead sporting activities, computer-based activities, STEM activities, or other areas of interest. In addition to teaching classes, you would also be supervising children and would be asked to go on field trips and participate in other summer activities. Your role would be one of mentor, teacher, and friend.

    Chattanooga Red Wolves


    Sponsor Organization: Chattanooga Red Wolves SC

    Internship Title: Social Media, Digital Marketing Intern

    Field / Industry: Social Media, Marketing / Professional Sports

    Position timing/length: 6 weeks over summer 2019; CRWSC is open M-F 9am-5pm with events and matches on Saturdays; intern may work flexible hours and days that are convenient for them; position is part-time (20-30 hours a week)

    Compensation: Unpaid, with course credit available and with potential to work game day operations for hourly rate

    Qualifications: College student majoring in Communications, Marketing, PR preferred. Previous experience with social media, digital marketing is a plus. Proficiency with social media and scheduling platforms is important. Must be able to meet tight deadlines. Must be able to work evenings and weekends.

    Location: Downtown Chattanooga office

    Sponsor: Grace Stewart, ‘13

    https://www.chattredwolves.com/

    Internship Description: Chattanooga Red Wolves SC is Chattanooga’s professional soccer club. Founded in August 2018, CRWSC’s inaugural season as a member of USL League One kicks off in March 2019. Internship Program participants will have the opportunity to contribute to the organization’s success while receiving hands-on learning experience. The Baylor Works intern will report to the Digital Marketing Department but will also have the opportunity to interact and assist with all departments within the organization. Participants will be exposed to the Chattanooga Red Wolves SC Senior Leadership Team, department specific projects, group work and community-based activities.

    The Social Media, Digital Marketing Intern will assist in social content creation, post scheduling, reporting, newsletter and website copywriting and game day content development. The intern will also assist with media relations, club announcement coordination and event coverage for the club.

    The intern will gain experience using various media and digital tools including Cision, Sprout Social and SportsEngine and will obtain an understanding of day-to-day operations of a professional sports organization.


    Children's Hospital at Erlanger



    CHILD LIFE VOLUNTEER INTERN "HOSPITAL BUDDY"

    Category: Healthcare / Medical / Pediatrics

    Compensation: Unpaid

    Duration: Six weeks
    Location: Erlanger Downtown Campus

    Child Life Specialists help children cope with the stress and anxiety associated with being in the hospital. As a volunteer with the Child Life department, you undertake this role as well. Volunteers are an imperative part of the services we provide. Through your support we are able to broaden our Child Life services by providing more experiences that will lessen the stress and promote positive growth and development during hospitalization.

    Summary of Responsibility

    • Work directly with Child Life staff to review the patient census and communicate developmentally appropriate needs.
    • Help with recreational activities and play opportunities in group and one-on-one situations by providing a comfortable, accepting and non-threatening environment under the direction of a Child Life Specialist.
    • Interact with patients and their siblings in the playroom and at bedside.
    • In charge of daily cleaning of toys, supplies and other play materials, and maintain an ongoing inventory of supplies, in order to maintain safe, clean and well-organized playrooms.
    • Provide volunteer coverage for special events, field trips and other activities sponsored/assisted by the Child Life department.

    Requirements and Benefits

    • Reference checks, backgrounds checks, TB skin tests and proof of immunizations are all required before becoming a volunteer intern.
    • Applicants must complete volunteer orientation, which includes HIPAA training.
    • Volunteers must receive annual TB skin tests and flu vaccines.
    • The volunteer uniform shirt is $20. If this cost is a hardship, please let us know.
    • Volunteers serving on either the Baroness or Erlanger East campuses will receive a complimentary meal plan.
    • Volunteers will receive free parking. This is available on all Erlanger campuses.

    EMJ Construction


    CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER INTERN

    Category: Construction / Engineering

    Compensation: Paid, amount TBD

    Duration: Summer break, 4 days/week, 8AM - 4PM

    Sponsor: Chas Torrence '97


    Internship will consist of shadowing and assisting various construction managers and project engineers within EMJ Construction Services on various construction projects. Daily tasks will include document control, scheduling, estimating, budgeting, etc. This internship is best suited for a college-aged student with a concentration in Engineering.

    Fairfield Residential Company, LLC - (Atlanta, GA)

    Internship Title: Summer Real Estate Development Intern

    Field / Industry: Commercial Real Estate Development
    (i.e., Technology, Marketing, Finance)

    Position timing: 8 Weeks, 8:30 AM-5:00 PM daily
    (i.e., 4 weeks, daily schedule 8 am – 4pm)

    Compensation: $10/hour

    Qualifications: College student with major in Real Estate/Finance/Architecture preferred
    (i.e., must be specific college major, etc.)

    Sponsor: Tommy Brunson ‘94

    www.fairfieldresidential.com


    Internship Description: Fairfield Residential Real Estate is a national multi-family operating company that specializes in ground up development/construction of new apartment communities and renovation/repositioning of existing properties. Our intern will have the opportunity to work directly with several of our departments, including development and asset management, to gain a basic understanding of the real estate development process. Internship will consist of shadowing and serving as assistant to the development team, market research, and asset managers on various projects. Daily tasks will include market analysis, cost budgeting, basic underwriting, and investment reporting.



    Georgia Cancer Center - (Augusta, GA)


    CANCER RESEARCH INTERN

    Category: Healthcare / Medical /Biomedical Research
    Compensation:
    Stipend $1,500
    Duration:
    Full Time; Negotiable Duration
    Qualifications: Interested in biomedical research; College junior or senior as of the 2019-2020 academic year.
    Location: Augusta, GA lab/office
    Sponsor: Al Dallas ‘94

    http://www.augusta.edu/cancer

    Interns at the Georgia Cancer Center can expect to work in a laboratory environment alongside researchers studying cancer. Interns will be expected to participate in shadowing researchers, conducting experiments under supervision, and attending seminars and laboratory meetings.

    Innovative Women's Health Specialists


    Women's Health Assistant

    Industry: Medicine
    Duration: 4-6 Weeks; 9am to 4pm
    Compensation: $1,200
    Qualifications: Female with medical care interests who is compassionate and detail oriented.

    Location: Hixson Office

    Sponsor: Current Parent, Dr. Shevonda Sherrow

    Intern will participate in patient care and evaluation with a possibility of being able to observe surgery and hospital rounds and be given a choice of projects that will cover patient education and/or social media engagement of patients.

    Lawson Winchester Wealth Management


    PORTFOLIO/PROJECT INTERN


    Category:
    Wealth Management/Portfolio Construction
    Compensation:
    Paid- $10 per hour
    Duration:
    4-8 weeks in Summer 2019; Mon- Thursday 9am-5pm (32 hours/week)
    Location: Northshore Chattanooga office
    Sponsor: Bill Winchester ‘94

    http://www.lawsonwinchester.com/

    Lawson Winchester Wealth Management (“ LWWM”) is seeking an intern who is interested in learning about investing, portfolio construction, and portfolio management, as well as the risk management associated with investment models. The intern will attend weekly Investment Committee breakfast meetings and will have direct interaction with the firm’s managing directors and analysts. Several hours each week will be spent learning both technical and fundamental equity analysis. Additionally, the intern will be assigned a project for which he or she will assume complete responsibility (with guidance from staff). When appropriate, the intern may be included in client meetings and therefore a minimum of business casual dress is required.

    Little Miss Mag


    PROGRAM PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT INTERN


    Category: Nonprofit
    Compensation:
    $8 per hour
    Duration:
    6-8 weeks in Summer 2019; Mon- Thursday 10am-4pm
    Qualifications: Must be professional, friendly, and able to work with diverse groups of staff, children and families; must be at least 18 years of age.
    Location: Downtown Chattanooga office
    Sponsor:
    Board Member Kirby Waddell Yost ‘04

    http://www.littlemissmag.org

    At Little Miss Mag,we encourage our intern to explore the non-profit business world through interactions with our executive staff, board members, and families enrolled in our program, and through research and data collection to assist with implementation of the organization's strategic plan and ongoing planning and improvements to the program. Specifically, the internship will include grant-specific research, data collection and input, assistance with program planning related to classroom performance and compliance with state, federal, and United Way requirements, and additional activities related to special projects.

    Medicraft - (Atlanta, GA)

    ASSOCIATE SALES REPRESENTATIVE INTERN

    Category: Medical/Sales
    Compensation: $10.00 - $12.00 per hour, depending on experience and education/field of study
    Duration:
    8 Weeks
    Qualification(s):
    College degree or equivalent work experience. Prior medical sales experience desirable. Sales background a plus.
    Location:
    North Atlanta and Midtown Offices/Hospitals (*Intern must arrange for housing at their own expense)
    Sponsor:
    Miles Marks ‘86


    SUMMARY:
    Responsible for assisting the sales representatives in the territory to maintain current accounts, aids in increasing business, helps manage asset management programs; i.e. Loaner Programs, shipping and handling, and consignment inventory.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

    • Picks up and delivers sets and inventory loaners.
    • Aids in the management of consignment sets.
    • Surgical attendant and surgical case coverage.
    • Assists in developing relationships in the hospital with Purchasing, Nursing, and Surgeons.
    • Attends and participates in sales meetings and training programs.
    • Prepares and submits reports as required by the Area Sales Manager.
    • Maintains up-to-date customer records in accordance with Area Sales Manager’s instructions.
    • Working weekends will be required on an emergency basis.
    • Follows all policies and procedures.
    • Other duties as assigned.

    QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    OTHER SKILLS and ABILITIES:

    Ability to interact effectively with a wide range of people and personalities.

    Ability to work in an operating room setting.

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

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to stand; walk; and use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls. The employee is occasionally required to reach with hands and arms. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job involve normal vision.

    WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet to moderate.

    Medicraft is an independent distributor for Medtronic Spinal Implants. We do business in Georgia and the majority of South Carolina. The company was founded by Doug Craft over 34 years ago. We are located in Atlanta, GA.

    Moore Colson CPA "Direction Progam" - (Atlanta, GA)

    DIRECTION 2019: TWO-DAY SUMMER ENRICHMENT PROGRAM

    Category: Accounting
    Compensation:
    Unpaid
    Duration:
    Wednesday/Thursday, June 12-13, 2019
    Qualifications: Accounting Major
    Location: North Atlanta/surrounding area
    Sponsor:
    Elizabeth Miller Tucker ‘93

    A two-day experience in Moore-Colson’s north Atlanta office and surrounding clients to allow you to learn more about working in accounting for a mid-size firm and have some fun! This program could lead to a paid spring/summer 201 internship and/or potential full-time employment and beyond.

    Who Should Apply?

    • Students who are interested in a career in public accounting in Atlanta after graduation
    • Students who are available for internships in Spring or Summer 2020 and potentially full-time employment beyond

    Learn:

    • What makes Moore Colson an AJC Top Workplace since 2011.
    • What it's like to work at a Mid-Size Public Accounting Firm.
    • Anything else you would like to know about Moore Colson/Public Accounting through an interactive panel discussion.

    DO:

    • Meet Partners/Staff at dinner at a partner's house.
    • Visit top-tier Moore Colson Clients.
    • Receive insight on how to best select a career path for you and have fun!

    Patrick, Beard, Schulman & Jacoway, PC


    LEGAL INTERN/RUNNER

    Category: Law
    Compensation:
    $10 per hour
    Duration:
    4-8 weeks in Summer 2019; 10-20 hours a week
    Qualifications:
    Strong communications skills and ability to complete projects in a timely fashion.
    Location:
    Downtown Chattanooga office
    Sponsor:
    Jonathan Guthrie ‘92

    Review, organize and analyze evidence for litigation; Pick up and deliver legal documents from lawyers' offices, courts and official institutions; provide other general law office tasks as needed.

    Project C.U.R.E. - (Nashville, TN)

    DEVELOPMENT AND MARKETING INTERN

    Category: Nonprofit
    Compensation:
    Unpaid
    Duration:
    Summer interns are expected to commit to working 15-20 hours/week. Fall and spring interns are asked to work 8-10 hours/week.

    Qualifications: Project C.U.R.E. is seeking passionate students with the entrepreneurial spirit to take initiative and actively pursue development opportunities for the organization in Nashville. Development and Marketing Interns will support the Executive Director and must be willing to conduct research and possess strong communication skills, as well as possess initiative, a professional demeanor and be able to work independently.

    Location: Nashville, TN (*Interns must arrange for housing at their own expense)

    Sponsor: Katherine Lay Miller ’95

    Looking for an internship that will change the world and change you?

    Project C.U.R.E. is the world’s largest non-profit organization that provides donated medical supplies and equipment to hospitals, clinics and community health centers in the developing world.

    Program Overview

    The Project C.U.R.E. Internship Program provides interns the opportunity to learn about global healthcare and the non-profit sector while gaining hands-on experience at the Nashville C.U.R.E. Community.

    Interns develop both professionally and personally as they contribute to the Project C.U.R.E. mission: to identify, solicit, collect, sort and deliver medical supplies and services according to the imperative needs of the world. The Project C.U.R.E. Internship Program is a professional opportunity requiring a high level of commitment from participants.

    Personal and Professional Development

    Project C.U.R.E.’s internship program provides interns the opportunity to grow in a variety of ways. Outside of the intern’s departmental project, training and event opportunities include:

    • Global Healthcare Discussions and Networking Opportunities

    Your Contribution Makes a Difference

    Development intern positions are tailored to skills and areas of interest, as well as to Project C.U.R.E.’s current needs, and are determined by the Executive Director of Project C.U.R.E. Nashville. Responsibilities include:

    • Community Outreach
    • Development & Fundraising
    • Government Relations
    • Marketing & Public Relations
    • Database maintenance
    • Corporate/Foundation Research
    • Special Events
    • Sustainability

    Who should apply?

    Project C.U.R.E. is seeking passionate students with the entrepreneurial spirit to take initiative and actively pursue development opportunities for the organization in Nashville. Development and Marketing Interns will support the Executive Director and must be willing to conduct research and possess strong communication skills, as well as possess initiative, a professional demeanor and be able to work independently.

    What is the time commitment for the internship program?

    The Project C.U.R.E. internship program typically lasts a semester with a possibility to extend. Fall and spring interns are asked to work 8-10 hours/week. Summer interns are expected to commit to working 15-20 hours/week. Work schedules are determined by the intern and the Executive Director. Inquire about remote internships.

    How is this internship compensated?

    The Project C.U.R.E. internship is unpaid. However, interns will receive work experience and training on global healthcare and the nonprofit sector. Additionally, Project C.U.R.E. will coordinate with accredited universities to provide course credit hours for your time.

    Can’t commit to an internship but want professional experience?

    We would value you joining the Young Professional Network! A formal association of emerging leaders committed to advancing their professional and civic development while cementing their place among community leadership by supporting Project C.U.R.E in this mission. Gain Professional Development; Community Involvement; Volunteer Opportunities; Social Interaction & Networking, Resume Builder, PhilanthroTravel experience Interested?

    RABOM


    DESIGN/MARKETING INTERN

    Category: Design / Creative / Sales
    Compensation:
    Paid- stipend paid upon completion of internship
    Duration:
    Six to eight weeks, Monday – Thursday, 9 am – 3 pm
    Location: Hixson office
    Sponsor:
    Nita Shah Tejani ‘01

    www.ribbonandbowsohmy.com and our blog at http://blog.ribbonandbowsohmy.com

    Design, creative, sales - Oh My!

    Welcome to the world headquarters of Ribbon and Bows Oh My (RABOM) - a ribbon retailer, manufacturer and industry leader in an extremely competitive e-commerce environment.

    Similar to both Baylor and Chattanooga, RABOM offers big company experience in a small company environment. We service 30,000 customers annually and ship to all 50 states and 6 continents every single month - all from our facility in Hixson, TN.

    This position offers a time dependent stipend - and offers priceless experience!

    Here are some opportunities you will have:

    Marketing Sales: Calling upon numerous companies (local and around the country) to discuss the potential of marketing/branding their company via custom printed and solid ribbon.

    Design: Working with our on-staff graphic designer to design custom ribbon for current and potential customers that best suit their needs. Sometimes they don't know what they can do with ribbon until you transform ideas into ribbon realities for them.

    Creative: Watching current design trends and working with our creative director to create new ribbon designs for our mass market - up to 40,000 people. Some of your creations will be printed in quantities of tens of thousands of yards!

    Craft: Want to be a blogger and have thousands of people read and interact with your messages? Want to create products that will inspire thousands of potential customers to turn everyday goods into creative finished products? Want to create content that will lead to hundreds of thousands of viewers via youtube or google? You can do it all!

    Big business, small company, funny name. We've got it all!

    Sterling Seacrest Partners - (Atlanta, GA)



    BROKERAGE INTERN

    Category: Insurance
    Compensation:
    Paid, $11/hour
    Duration:
    8-10 weeks; 8:00 – 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday
    Location:
    Peachtree Corners, GA Office (*Intern must arrange for housing at own expense)

    Qualifications: Prefer Risk Management & Insurance, Business, Finance & Economics Majors
    Sponsor: Bart Miller ‘65

    Our interns serve as direct support to our service teams. You will spend your time being trained as an entry level position to support in all functions. Throughout the summer you will rotate between all departments to better understand how each functions and get a full understanding of the brokerage side of the insurance industry.

    The Group Real Estate Brokerage


    Real Estate/Marketing Assistant

    Category: Marketing
    Compensation: $10 per hour
    Duration: Eight weeks, Monday – Friday with flexible hours
    Qualifications: College Student- Marketing, English, Journalism or Communications Major
    Location: Downtown Chattanooga office
    Sponsor: Kadi Cole Brown ‘98

    The Group. Real Estate Brokerage is a brand-new boutique real estate firm specializing in client-focused home purchasing and buying needs. Although the firm is brand-new, the realtors represent over 25 years of real estate expertise, so the intern will gain skills in real estate, marketing, business and entrepreneurship.

    Duties include assistance with real estate marketing, advertising, social media, appointment setting and client relations.

    The Vincit Group


    LAB TECH INTERN

    Category: Chemistry/Microbiology
    Compensation:
    $8 per hour
    Duration:
    Summer 2019; Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm. Will work around prior scheduled vacation.
    Qualifications:
    Desired candidate will have taken some lab courses in Chemistry and/or Microbiology.
    Location
    : Lab off of Amnicola Highway
    Sponsor: Jonathon Bullard ‘02

    http://www.vincitgroup.com

    Responsibilities to include assistance with chemical analysis using both wet chemistry methods and instrumentation analysis, including ICP, FTIR, IC, and HPLC. Assistance with microbiological testing including serial dilutions, plating, and preparation of stock solutions. Laboratory maintenance and record maintenance, as required.

    Separate Application Process:

    Country Music Hall of Fame - (Nashville, TN)

    The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum (in Nashville, TN) offers UNPAID internships that advance the educational goals of the student as well as the Museum’s mission.

    This opportunity is located in Downtown Nashville and interns must arrange for housing at their own expense.

    Internships are designed for a minimum commitment of 20 hours per week for a minimum of 12 weeks with consideration given to individual university requirements. The 20 hours are worked at the discretion of the department supervisor, M-F, 8AM-5PM. Educational programs which operate on a quarterly basis will be accommodated. *The start date for the Summer internship program is Monday, May 20, 2019.

    Motivated students who are seeking hands-on experiences in a team-oriented environment will find excellent opportunities at the museum. Internships are available which provide learning opportunities in the following areas:
    Creative, digital and library collection, events, guest relations, marketing, public programs, public relations and youth and family programs. Click here to view the individual SUMMER opportunities, their requirements and duties.


    *Applications are only accepted online via the career page via: https://countrymusichalloffame.org/index.php/contentpages/employment.
    *To submit an application, a resume and cover letter are required.

    *This opportunity is independent of the Baylor Works application process.

    Memorial Hospital

    2019 STUDENT VOLUNTEER SUMMER PROGRAM

    It’s that time of year again – time to start making summer plans! We are pleased that you are considering volunteer service this summer at CHI Memorial. Our student volunteers are very important to us, and they play an extremely important role in creating the caring environment for which CHI Memorial is known.

    Please read over the following and return the requested information by Friday, April 26, 2019. You will need to complete an application and the student volunteer checklist. There are two additional documents you can review here. Space is limited and only completed information will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis.

    Orientation for the summer volunteer season will be held on the following dates:

    • Tuesday, May 7; 4pm to 6pm
    • Wednesday, May 22; 2pm to 4pm
    • Wednesday, May 29; 2pm to 4pm

    Orientation will be in the Private Dining Room, located on the ground floor of the Surgery Services B Entrance, past the B elevator on the left.

    We enroll a limited number of students each summer. If you are interested in volunteering, you will want to send in your information as soon as possible. Please remember in order to participate in our summer program:

    • You must be 16 years of age or older before May 7, 2019
    • You must be able to attend orientation on one of the dates listed above.
    • You must be able to volunteer a minimum of 4 hours a week between May 13 and August 30, 2019.

    If you cannot meet these requirements this year, please consider us in the future.

    We will communicate all information, updates, questions, etc. with you via email so please make sure you check your email for correspondence from our office. If you are accepted in the program, a confirmation letter will be emailed to you by Friday, May 3rd. If you have questions in the interim, please don’t hesitate to contact the Volunteer Services Office at 495-8610.

    Thank you and we look forward to receiving your information.

    Jean Payne
    Volunteer Services Director

    Betsey Runyan
    Guest Services Manager

    Julie Touché
    Volunteer Coordinator


    Need more information?

    Applications for the 2019 Baylor Works opportunities closed at on March 7. Questions? Contact Director of Alumni Engagement Jaime J. Melton '94 at jmelton@baylorschool.org.

    Baylor Works Program Form

    Click below to read more about the program's success over the past five years

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