Company: Seattle Municipal Tower
Address: 700 5th Avenue, Suite 5400, Seattle, WA 98104
Department: Seattle Public Utilities (SPU)
Duration: 1 year
Hours per week: During school sessons: 15-20 hours per week
Work hours: 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM, some weekend and evening work may be required.
Work days: Monday - Friday
Responsibilities: Support external communications for SPU Corporate Communications in the Utility Systems Delivery Branch (USM) for Drainage and Wastewater (DWW). Help develop material for external media relations in the form of press releases and interviews.
Qualifications: Education: Applicants must be a junior or senior undergraduate student, or a graduate-level student pursuing a degree in Communications, Public Administration, Business, Political Science, English, Marketing or closely
Undergraduate students must be enrolled full-time for 12 credit hours, or the school's full-time equivalent if different, for the duration of the internship.
Graduate students must be enrolled full-time for at least 9 credit hours, or the school's full-time equivalent if different, for the duration of the internship.
Exception: Students are not required to be enrolled during the summer sessions, but must provide documentation of continued Fall enrollment.
Undergraduate students must maintain a 2.0 GPA; graduate students must maintain a 3.0 GPA.
Verification of enrollment for either undergraduate or graduate is required at time of application.
Experience Requirements: Strong written communication skills and interviewing experience. Flexibility, positive attitude and willingness to learn different technologies. Experience in filming and editing short instructional videos with Adobe Premier or similar programs. Ability to meet deadlines and manage multiple projects with little supervisory guidance.
Licensing: A valid Washington State driver's license is required. Selected applicants will be required to provide a complete driver's record as a condition of hire.
How to Apply: In addition to the on-line application, please attach:
- Upload your college/university'sun official transcript. This should include a list of complete courses, courses currently in, grades for each of the courses completed, as well as cumulative GPA. An official transcript will be required at time of hire.
- Cover letter indicating your interest in this internship
- Resume clearly identifying how you meet qualifications/requirements
- Selected applicants invited to interview will need to provide a writing sample and references at time of interview.
Company: Festivals Inc.
Department: Human resources or accounting
Duration: 10 weeks
Hours per week: Flexible position 20-40 hours per week pending work load
Work hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. and 2 event weekends
Work days: Flexible and 2 event weekends
Responsibilities: 1. Hire, train and manage a temporary event staff of 25+ employees. 2. Assist cash management and vendor check-out at Bite of Seattle� and Taste of Tacoma� 3. Assign and manage parking/voucher check-out for both events. 4. Process payroll for temporary s
Qualifications: Well-qualified candidates should have a strong interest in Human Resources or Accounting and have the ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment. Individual must be able to discretely handle sensitive and confidential situations, projects and documents. Be able to work independently, is detail orientated, extremely organized, proactive and able to work well under pressure. Must be proficient in Word, Excel and Outlook previous bookkeeping and/or cashier experience is preferred. Festivals Inc is a creative, lively and fast-paced company; we are looking for individuals that are highly motivated and dependable. Interested students must submit the following:
1. Current resume
2. 250 word essay addressing the following questions:
a. Why are you seeking an internship at Festivals Inc?
b. What areas of the internship interest you most?
c. What do you hope to gain from this internship?
d. Briefly describe your knowledge of Festivals Inc.
3. Minimum of 5 references
Address: 2001 6th Avenue, Suite 2600 Seattle, WA 98121
Quarters: Summer and Fall
Department: Department of Commerce, Military and Defense Sector
Duration: 3 or 6 months
Hours per week: 10-15 hours/week
Responsibilities: Work with the Director and other sector leads to track DOD/DHS issues related to identified areas of growth for the military and defense sector, work with stakeholders to address key strategic initiatives to move these future missions forward in the state
Qualifications: Applicants must be undergraduate or graduate students who have completed at least one year of college. Additionally, upperclassmen and students with strong ties to the military or defense sector will be given preference in the application process. Interns should be interested in government, public policy, political science, communications and organizational leadership/development and have excellent writing and research skills, a positive attitude and a willingness to complete tasks as assigned. Applicants must be willing to work at a variety of activities, and have the ability to work independently and as part of a team.
This internship is unpaid but is available for school credit if approved by the University. Please contact CityU Director of Career Connections, Kathy Cox, at email@example.com who will provide you with an application form for this position.
Department: graphic design
Hours per week: 10-20hrs/week
Work hours: varies
Work days: varies
Responsibilities: The graphic design intern will assist with current client projects, new pitches and internal design projects and gain an understanding of the importance of branding, valuable project management experience, produce several items for his/her portfolio.
Qualifications: assist with current client projects, new pitches and internal design projects and gain an understanding of the importance of branding, valuable project management experience, produce several items for his/her portfolio.
coordinating materials and components
Design and create various graphic elements
Coordinate and organize images, logos and photographs
Assist in preparing materials for production
Be a “Society Brand Champion” by helping staff with organization’s brand & image standards on social media outlets
Address: Municipal Court, Seattle
Department: Human Resources
Hours per week: varies
Responsibilities: Research City rules, State and Federal Laws, and other public sector agencies’ processes to determine best HR practices on topics related to personnel records management, FMLA, healthcare reform, labor relations, and training; Analyze and summarize resear
Qualifications: Has experience working in an office setting responsible for filing and making copies either as a volunteer or paid worker. Enrolled full-time as a Junior or Senior at a four year undergraduate program with major in Business, Management, Human Resources, Communication, or other related major. Professionally represent the Court’s HR team to staff and members of the public. Able to discretely handle sensitive and confidential situations, projects and documents. Perform analysis through internet research and compose written reports using Microsoft Word documents and Excel spreadsheets. Experience with alphabetizing and filing.