There are several recent postings for internships in the local area. See details below.
64032 Java Developer Internship with Thrivent Financial in Appleton, WI
Thrivent Financial is a not-for-profit, Fortune 500 financial services membership organization helping approximately 2.5 million members achieve financial security and give back to their communities. Thrivent Financial and its affiliates offer a broad range of financial products and services. As a not-for-profit, values-based organization, Thrivent Financial creates and supports national outreach programs and activities that help congregations, schools, charitable organizations and individuals in need.
The summer IT internship program is designed to give interns meaningful work in specific functions of the IT environment, to provide a deeper understanding of information technology and its relationship to the greater organization, and to help interns get to know Thrivent Financial for Lutherans better.
This program is a key piece of Thrivent’s entry level talent program to ensure a strong pipeline of java development talent to meet the needs of the organization now and into the future.
This paid internship is full time hours for 12 weeks during the summer of 2013, and will be located in our Appleton, WI office. Click here to read more »
Spring & Internship Fair
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
9:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Phoenix Rooms, University Union
Two events are held each year — one in early Fall (late September/early October) and in Spring (late February/early March). The Fair is geared towards all students at the University, whether they are seeking full-time or internship opportunities, or wanting to obtain information about employers or the types of positions employed at various organizations. As an employer, visit with potential candidates and share information about your organization and the typical positions for which you hire. Contact Karla Miller (email@example.com) with questions or for more information.
61461 / IT Project Intern (year round)
The year round Project IT Internship position will assist the Project Management team members with all aspects of the project lifecycle. Such activities will include drafting and obtaining approval for scope change documents, design documents, change control forms and project closing documents. This position will also develop meeting agendas, distribute project communications to stakeholders and update risk registers. The Project IT Intern will continue to develop skills in the areas of Project, Resource, Task and Communication management. The Project IT Intern is responsible for developing an understanding of Project Management methodologies as well as other supporting tools for project planning purposes. Duties may span from simple project task management to ultimately management of small projects in the IT Project Portfolio. Click here to read more »
Georgia Pacific Internship - The internship with Georgia Pacific provides the opportunity for students to participate on cross-functional teams to support process improvement projects, focus on continual learning in the area of information technology, make suggestions for process and systems improvements to help streamline the organization, and lead development of new procedures and the implementation of new ideas. Details about the internship and how to apply are available via the link to PRO below.
Report Analyst Internship with Integrys – This internship with Integrys allows the intern to be responsible for the development and continued support of the organization’s internal and external reporting needs. Details about the internship and how to apply are available via the link to PRO below.
Facebook is currently looking for stellar interns for the summer of 2013. Check out the links below to find out more information regarding this great opportunity. Freshman and sophomores are encouraged to apply!
Programmer/Analyst – City of Green Bay Police Department
The City of Green Bay Police Department is seeking a Programmer/Analyst
$24.07/hour with excellent benefit package
The City of Green Bay Police Department is seeking a Programmer/Analyst for development and maintenance of in-house custom developed programs, databases and reports. The successful candidate will possess strong programming skills, excellent oral and written communication skills, strong time management skills, the ability to interact with IS and departmental staff, and the ability to work independently on assignments.
FUELQUEST, in Green Bay, WI is looking for about a half dozen new developers in either .NET or Java. They are also looking for Q/A and Business Analysis team members for their team in Green Bay. These are full time hires, but they would consider internships as well. As always, these positions are listed on PRO as well, and you could contact the CS chair at firstname.lastname@example.org about these positions.
Consider attending the Job and Internship Fair on September 26th. Among others, our largest area employer, Integrys (that includes Wisconsin Public Service) is interview for internships. They will also interview on campus on the 28th.
Currently Integrys is looking for five Programmer Analyst interns, two Business Systems Analyst interns and one Project Manager intern to work with our teams on a part time basis that fits around their school schedule and full time for the summer. These are paid positions and with a Fortune 500 company that has an excellent reputation for outstanding internships.
Corey Nease graduated from UWGB and moved from an intern into a full time position with Integrys. He encouraged students at the Fall job fair and here are some things he said in a past email to UWGB students and professors…
Some of the things they’re looking for at Integrys:
· Software Design I and II completed.
· Database class is a plus, but by no means required (I didn’t have it when I was hired).
· At least a year until graduation.
o As long as the student is a sophomore, they don’t care how long they have left until graduation.
· 20ish hours during the school year and 40 hours during breaks.
Some of the benefits of working as an Intern:
· They pay the interns very well.
· They let you work on projects that are meaningful to the company.
· They will take time to teach you any skill you’re lacking.
· They work with your school schedule
· Very good chance of getting a job after graduation. (We hire Interns with the intention of hiring if possible.)
The Job Fair is Wednesday (9/26/2012) and we will be doing interviews on Friday the 28th on the UWGB campus! Stop by and meet Chris or Robin to discuss the positions. Looking forward to meeting you.
J. J. Keller’s Business Services team has experienced solid growth for the past several years. In order to meet current business needs and plan for continued future growth, we’re ramping up our Intern/Co-op Program with students interested in a Development/Programming career who are studying in a Computer Engineering or Computer Science related program.Our Business Services team includes three development groups that are dedicated to the creation of web applications and software to meet the needs of our customers. This includes numberous proprietary web and SaaS offerings, such as KellerOnline, Prospera, FleetMentor, Encompass, CSA Managment Suite, and more. Our in-house development teams create applications using .NET Microsoft technologies, mobile development technologies and Agile/Scrum methodology.Our Developer Interns are part of our in-house development teams, working side-by-side with our experienced, tenured team of developers who serve as mentors. We give our interns challenging work, both to build upon educational experience and to add to learning and development with exposure to the full software and web development life cycle including analysis, design, development, and testing.
Student pursuing a Bachelors degree program in Computer Science or Computer Engineering Program in Junior or Senior standing.
Completion of a Web programming course, .NET or Java development course, and an intro data structures course.
Ability to work 12-15 hours per week Monday – Friday during the school year, or participation in a full-time co-op program.