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They have internships in the following areas:

IOS Engineering Intern

Andriod Engineering Intern

Frontend Engineering Intern

Facilities (Operations) Intern

Sales Intern

Partnerships Intern

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This is our 18th summer running camp in the San Francisco/ Bay Area and Sacramento regions for kids in Pre-K to 8th grade.

At Camp EDMO, children engage in a variety of subjects such as science, coding, engineering, and the arts to access their curiosity. Every day, campers rotate between experiential projects based on their chosen theme, activities that get their bodies moving (think stretching, silly dance moves, and games), and social-emotional learning (SEL) exercises designed to help them build connections and develop critical life skills like empathy and problem-solving.

We have a long history of hiring college students! HERE( is the link to share our summer jobs with your students. I have also attached a flyer and included a blurb below for you to share. Please let me know if there is anyone else that I should reach out to about these opportunities, if you have any questions or if you’d like someone to chat with your students directly.

Looking for a fun and rewarding job? Camp EDMO is now hiring in the Peninsula for Site Coordinators, Learning Coordinators, Camp Instructors and Camp Counselors!

Spend your summer connecting with kids, honing leadership skills and making a real impact - all while rocking wacky costumes and getting paid in the face!

• Develop transferable professional skills

• Grow social-emotional learning skills side by side with the kids

• No experience needed. We will work with you to place you in the position best suited for your skillset - we love training like-minded individuals.

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We are prioritizing applicants who are vaccinated. Must be 16 years or older to apply.

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The San Jose Council District 7 Office is looking for an intern that has a passion for supporting the community and can support staff with community event planning, communication, constituent outreach, and general operations of a Council office.

Importantly, we are looking for an intern that can excel in the fast-paced, detail-oriented environment of a Council office.

Base pay range $17/hr-$24/hr

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Architectural Design Intern

Department: Architecture

Location: San Francisco, CA


DLR Group is an integrated design firm that aspires to be the most creative enterprise on the planet. Our brand promise is to elevate the human experience through design. If that challenge is appealing, you're at the right place.

DLR Group has an opening for an Architectural Design Intern.

This individual will be an important part of our integrated design process and will engage in a well-rounded seasonal position providing exposure to all elements of the building design process. This is a fantastic opportunity to grow, learn and contribute your design voice to our brand promise of Elevating the Human Experience. This position will not be tied to a singular sector within DLR Group, as experience in various areas of design and construction is critical for a holistic experience in the AEC industry.

Position Requirements

In a Bachelors of Architecture or Master of Architecture degree program

Strong GPA and Student Organization Involvement considered.

Experience preferred with Revit, Adobe Suite, Sketch-Up, and AutoCAD.

Excellent v­isual, verbal and non-verbal communication skills.

Position Responsibilities

Participate with other design team members in an integrated design process for various projects.

Learn to use primary design tools such as, REVIT/AutoCAD, proprietary DLR Group design tools and methods.

Assist with the preparation of presentation materials using Sketch-up and Adobe Creative Suite.

Assist with project pursuits and business development opportunities.

Actively participate in project and site meetings.

Participate in and gain an understanding of construction documentation

DLR Group is a 100% employee-owned firm. Our brand promise is to elevate the human experience through design. This promise inspires sustainable design for a diverse group of public and private sector clients; local communities; and our planet. DLR Group fully supports the initiatives and goals of the 2030 Challenge and is an initial signatory to the AIA 2030 Commitment. Visit and follow us on Twitter, and at LinkedIn.

We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V.

Please visit our website at to learn more about DLR Group and the exciting work we are doing.

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Student Internship Program Information For Managers

The Student Internship Program is designed to nurture the educational and professional development of promising job candidates, which may lead to longer retention of the individual as a County employee. Student Interns will assist professional and technical employees in the performance of their duties under close supervision. Specific tasks will vary with the Agency/Department to which they are assigned for a particular work period. For the Agency as a whole, it is expected that the level of education and capabilities attained by Student Interns will be fully capitalized.

Although paid interns are employees of the County, there is value in referring to the positions as internships, since the recruitment target is students, and a primary driver is a desire to market the County as a potential employer to students. The following is a description of the criteria and level of expertise expected of the four levels of Student Interns:

?Level ?Criteria ?Responsibility

?Student Intern –

Level I:

?High school students enrolled in regular high school classes?

Those enrolled in an alternative vocational high school

Students working toward high school equivalency

?They are closely supervised and work as assistants. They are responsible for learning the Agency's or Department’s policies, procedures and methods of operation; collecting and tabulating data; and learning how to interpret such.

?Student Intern –

Level II:

?Freshman or Sophomore year college students

Community college students

Vocational school students who have completed high school

?In addition to the above, Level II Student Interns should be able to evaluate information gained in accordance with established policies and procedures and assist professional staff members in ongoing project work.

?Student Intern –

Level III:

?Junior or Senior year college students

Student Interns at this level must work in their chosen field of study

?Level III Student Interns would be able to perform all of the above and to participate in project work in an increasingly responsible role. They could also participate in team analysis of problems and in the preparation of reports under the supervision of professionals.

?Student Intern –

Level IV:

?Professional and graduate school students

Student Interns at this level must work in their chosen field of study

?In addition to all of the above, the Level IV Student Intern, under the supervision of professionals, could assume responsibility for preliminary studies, analysis, and recommendations on systems, devices, machines, and procedures of the Agency/Department.

The levels of Student Intern classifications are based on educational levels rather than job duties. The level of appointment is governed by a determination of the student’s standing with respect to his/her degree objective and not simply by numbers of units earned. Student Interns are unclassified, extra-help. Hours worked are limited to 1,040 hours per fiscal year in accordance with Merit System Rule A25-188–Substitute extra-help Appointments. These hours can be performed full-time during the summer and/or part-time during the school year, with the proposed work pattern approved by the Agency.

For a Student Intern - 715, the first 30,000 hours of each fiscal year worked will be counted at half the rate toward the County’s 715 extra-help cap. After 30,000 hours have been worked, each hour will count towards the extra-help cap. For example, 20 hours worked will count as 10 hours towards the County’s extra-help cap.

Student Eligibility

In order to qualify for the Student Intern classifications, a student must:

Be a U.S. citizen, lawful permanent resident alien, or a non-citizen with proof of eligibility to work in the United States.

Individuals under eighteen will require a work permit, which may be obtained through the high school counselor or the Employment Development Department (EDD)

Be enrolled in an accredited institution or a school licensed by a state agency or have graduated from such an institution or school within the last six months

Have an overall grade point average of at least 2.5 on a four-point scale

Submit a completed County job application for employment

May be required to pass a physical examination

Pay Structure

These intern classifications are established on a broad range. Since the generic intern classifications would be used to hire into a variety of job families, a broad salary range allows the opportunity to set pay appropriate to the job family. Pay ranges will be as follows:

Student Intern, Level I $10.26 - $12.48 / hour?

Student Intern, Level II $16.42 - $19.97 / hour

Student Intern, Level III $20.53 - $24.95 / hour

Student Intern, Level IV $25.41 - $30.89? / hour

Student Interns who are hired to perform tasks or duties similar to classifications represented by Local 521 should be categorized as Student Intern – 715.

? ?Step 1 ?Step 2 ?Step 3 ?Step 4 ?Step 5

?Student Intern-715 Level I ?$11.04 ?$11.59 ??$12.18 ??$12.78 ?$13.42

?Student Intern-715 Level II ?$17.67 ?$18.55 ?$19.49 ?$20.46 ?$21.48

?Student Intern-715 Level III ?$22.09 ?$23.20 ?$24.36 ?$25.58 ?$26.86

?Student Intern-715 Level IV ?$27.62 ?$29.00 ?$30.45 ?$31.98 ?$33.58

Obtaining a Student Intern

Human Resources obtain applications and transcripts from students interested in becoming a Student Intern. The information is kept on file for one year. Departments can request the names of interested students for interview, or can find interested students on their own. If a department has identified a potential student intern on their own, the appropriate paperwork must be submitted to Human Resources to ensure that all program criteria are met.

Documentation Required

Interested students must submit the following either to Human Resources, or to the Department hiring manager if already selected:

A completed County job application

A copy of his/her most recent transcripts showing a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better

Proof of current enrollment (or proof of graduation within last six months).

Once Human Resources receive this information, the information is maintained for one year. Departments can request the names of interested students for interview.

Once a Student Intern has been selected, Departments must complete and/or submit the following to Human Resources for Review:

Department Request Form

Educational Objective Form

Progress Report Form

The student’s completed County job application, transcripts, and proof of current enrollment

Verification and Audit Procedures

Prior to hiring a student or recent graduate into one of the proposed intern classifications, departments need to verify both the student’s status with the school and enrollment in a defined program of study that is aligned with the intern position the student will fill. Departmental use of these classifications would be subject to audit from ESA Human Resources to ensure that they are being used for the defined purposes of introducing the County to students as a potential employer and providing practical work experience to local students. The recent graduate category would also be monitored to ensure that no one is working as an intern longer than six months following graduation.

New documentation must be submitted to Human Resources each semester when retaining a Student Intern, in order to verify the 2.5 GPA requirement, continued enrollment, and level of the student intern.

Additional Information

If you have additional questions, contact the Student Intern Coordinator at

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Welcome Tips and more to start the semester.

Our Welcome Center is also there to answer any questions with our chat button and other departments with Cranium Café.

Our plan for the Spring semester, our latest covid protocols and what’s in store for Spring 2021:

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Welcome to our new online job posting and resume database system.

Once registered, you can search for jobs at any time from any computer. We have employers adding jobs daily.

If you want employers to consider you when they are searching for candidates, you must upload a resume.

Review the Resume Authorizations carefully and select the option that is appropriate for you. You may change your Authorization at any time.

Contact the Job Placement & Internship Center if you have questions.

Andrew Soliz

Program Specialist

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The City of Campbell is now recruiting for an economic development intern.

The posting can be accessed now on the City’s website at and on CalOpps at Economic Development Intern | CalOpps

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As a reminder, please make sure to upload your resume. Our employers can find YOU if you upload a resume.

College Internship Opportunities

Family Violence Unit Internship

PAL Unit Internship

Robbery Unit Internship

Training Unit Internship

Vehicular Crimes Unit Internship

Video Unit Internship

Web - Social Media / Internet Unit Internship

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Apply today – many jobs are open now! Join the USDA Forest Service and be a part of an organization committed to Caring for the Land and Serving People. #WorkforNature to make a lasting impact on the world around you and unlock opportunities for professional growth and career advancement.

The USDA Forest Service is hiring students and recent graduate positions in biology, botany, and natural resources across the nation (see attached fish wildlife flyer).

The following positions are open on, Sept. 25-Oct. 1, 2020.

• Intern Indefinites – Announcement Numbers

o 21-NCH-FW-499-345-430-INT, Botany, GS-3/4/5/7/9

o 21-NCH-FW-499-345-486-INT, Wildlife Biologist, GS-3/4/5/7/9

• Recent Graduates – Announcement Numbers

o 21-NCH-FW-430-57-RG, Botany, GS-5/7/9

o 21-NCH-FW-482-57-RG, Fish Biologist, GS-5/7/9

o 21-NCH-FW-486-57-RG, Wildlife Biologist, GS-5/7/9

o 21-NCH-FS-404-45-RG, Biological Technician, GS-4/5/7

The following STEM (see attached STEM flyer) positions will be open on, Oct. 6-13, 2020.

• Recent Graduates – Announcement Numbers

o 21-NCH-ENG-802-45-RG, Engineering Technician, GS-4/5/7

o 21-NCH-ENG-802-5-RG, Engineering Technician, GS-5/7/9

o 21-NCH-ENG-817-45-RG, Survey Technician, GS-4/5/7

o 21-NCH-ENG-810-57-RG, Civil Engineer, GS-5/7/9

o 21-NCH-ENG-810-9-RG, Civil Engineer, GS-9/11

o 21-NCH-ENG-101-7-RG, Geographic Information Systems Specialist, GS-7/9

• Intern Indefinites – Announcement Numbers

o 21-NCH-ENG-899-345-INT, Student Trainee (Engineering), 3/4/5/7/9

o 21-NCH-ENG-1399-345-INT, Student Trainee (Physical Science), 3/4/5/7/9

Review the job announcement carefully for required information to include in your application. Some positions have specific educational requirements (e.g., botanist and wildlife biologist). Be sure to submit your applications before the deadline. Employment start dates vary.

The USDA Forest Service will be participating virtually in The Wildlife Society’s 2020 Annual Convention, September 28-October 2, to answer any questions you may have about joining our purpose-driven workforce. You do not need to attend the conference to apply and #WorkforNature. All applications are accepted online through

Visit the Forest Service Jobs webpage,, to learn more about career opportunities, benefits, hiring events, resume webinars, and resources to help with the application process.

Career Webinars

Tips for Job Seekers, Tues., Sep. 29, 2020 from 5 - 6 p.m. ET/2 – 3 p.m. PT

Tips for Job Seekers, Thurs., Oct. 1, 2020 from 3 - 4 p.m. ET/12 – 1 p.m. PT

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Caring for the land and serving people

National Forests – It’s All Yours


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Please watch this video if you are interested in getting an internship at NASA.

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Internship Opening: Intern for Councilmember Johnny Khamis

For application, send resume to

Questions? Call 408.535.4910

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The Summer 2020 application for the OneUSDA Internship Program is now open. The OneUSDA Internship (Pathways Program), sponsored by the Secretary of Agriculture, is specifically designed to encourage talented students to develop an interest in the field of agriculture and to gain valuable career experience. The OneUSDA Internship (Pathways Program) is temporary and may not exceed 6 months. However, an extension of the appointment may be possible without further competition when the student intern remains eligible for the program.

USDA will start reviewing applications as early as Monday, November 18. The application window will close on November 15, 2019. In the Summer of 2020, USDA will hire Pathways Interns in hundreds of locations across every state for the following occupational fields:

Position Title, Series, Grade Announcement Number USAJOBS Link

Student Trainee (Administration & Office Support)

GS-0399-2/3/4/5 ONEUSDA-10643071-20-NS

Student Trainee (Science)

GS-0499-2/3/4/5/7 ONEUSDA-10643236-20-NS

Student Trainee (Financial Management)

GS-0599-2/3/4/5 ONEUSDA-10643083-20-NS

Student Trainee (Veterinary)

GS-0799-2/3/4/5/7/9 ONEUSDA-10643326-20-NS

Student Trainee (Engineering & Architecture)

GS-0899-2/3/4/5 ONEUSDA-10643344-20-NS

Student Trainee (Business & Industry)

GS-1199-2/3/4/5 ONEUSDA-10643368-20-NS

Student Trainee (Information Technology)

GS-2299-2/3/4/5 ONEUSDA-10643370-20-NS

If you have questions, please email the USDA Office of Human Resource Management at

Instructions to Apply

• Create an employment profile at

• Review available USDA Pathways Internship job postings

• Select the desired job announcement

• Follow the prompts to apply to the position. The process will include uploading a resume, transcripts, and any other required documents, and answering all qualification questions

• Submit application, then you can also track the status of your application in USAJOBS

Thank you in advance.


Juan M. Alvarez

Central-Northern California & Washington

Regional Director

Hispanic Serving Institutions National Program, Office of Partnerships & Public Engagement

United States Department of Agriculture

Office: (559) 278-8311

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Join our exceptional team and begin your career as an emergency dispatcher with the San Jose Fire Department!

Now hiring for

Public Safety Radio Dispatcher

To learn more to apply for open dispatcher recruitment go to

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The Virtual Student Federal Service (VSFS) is a virtual internship program offering nearly 3,000 positions with 50+ federal agencies.

Real experience is waiting for students at NASA, the Smithsonian, U.S. Department of State, Forest Service, Indian Health Service, CIA, National Park Service and others. You can see the projects offered at by clicking on “See All Projects” at the top! For example, USDA Forest Service projects are located here:

Applications are open to U.S. college students from July 1 - 31 on To apply to their top three projects, students must log on to USAJOBS, create an account, build a resume, write a statement of interest, and upload a transcript. There’s something for everyone: graphic design, research, mapping, videography, foreign language expertise, marketing, community management, writing, calculation, policy planning, app development, and more!

Interns should expect to spend ten hours a week on their project from September through May. This is unpaid, volunteer work; however, interns will expand networks, gain valuable experience, and sometimes get course credit. All applicants must be U.S. citizens in student status at a university in the U.S. or abroad. VSFS is open to undergrad through PhD candidates taking classes full or part-time, in-person or on-line.

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