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February 1, 2008

Lockheed Martin On Campus

You Can begin your future at…
www.lockheedmartin.com/careers
Lockheed Martin offers the opportunity to work on teams of highly skilled professionals to solve some of the most challenging and exciting engineering, information systems, and software development problems in the world. In our highly competitive, high technology, world-wide marketplace, we are looking for college interns ready to reach the pinnacle of technology in the areas of IT and Computer Science.

COME SEE US ON CAMPUS SOON!
CS\IT Internship Information Session:
02/11/08 12pm @ Commons RM 331

Ranked #1 ranked by undergraduate engineering students as their most "ideal" employer 2007 Universum Ideal Employer Survey.
Ranked #2 by Business Week as the Number 2 company in terms of “Best Places to Launch a Career”.

Visit T. Rowe Price with The Shriver Center on The Road!

If you've ever considered interning at T. Rowe Price, then this event is a MUST! Only 15 students will get the opportunity to get an on-site tour and mini-introduction to work at T. Rowe Price on Friday, February 22, 2008. This tour is FREE and open to students majoring in IT and Creative majors (i.e., IS, Computer Science, Visual Arts, Graphic Design and Communications) with a minimum 3.0 G.P.A. Transportation will be provided!

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3.5 G.P.A. and Graduating in May? - Consider Xerox!

Graduate in May? 3.5 G.P.A.? Interested in relocating? Xerox wants to hire YOU!

The demand case from Xerox management is in, and they are short on resumes for qualified candidates in the fields of Computer Science, Software Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Chemistry. Xerox seeks undergraduate and graduate students with a minimum 3.5 G. P.A. and strong critical thinking and analytical skills for various entry-level and research positions within the company. Get on board with a leader! Xerox has a strong committment to diversity. Students representing minority and underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply!

To be considered for positions with Xerox, contact Monique Armstrong in the Career Services Center at 410-455-1879 or e-mail your resume to moniquea@umbc.edu. Don't delay! Apply today! You don't want to miss out on this opportunity.

University of Maryland, Baltimore County -- On-Campus Internship Opportunity

ByStudents.com is a new website, and series of student-written college guidebooks, slated for nationwide release in August 2009.

We are currently seeking two University of Maryland, Baltimore County undergraduates for an on-campus internship lasting the duration of the Spring semester.

Interns will be asked to contribute approximately 4 hours per week to various tasks involved in the creation and compilation of material about your school for our forthcoming website, book and other publications (including articles, advice, reviews, blog entries, etc.)

By phone and email, Interns will collaborate with Editors in our New York office. Interns may be asked to participate in editorial decisions, and may be credited by name for material published online and in print.

Interns will also help build and strengthen relationships with University of Maryland, Baltimore County’s student body, student government, administration and campus publications.

We encourage students from all class years and majors to apply. The internship is unpaid and runs through the Spring of the 2007-2008 school year. If you wish to work with your college to receive course credit, we will gladly sign any required paperwork upon completion of the internship program.

Interested students should send a resume OR a list of your extracurricular activities to MaxBaumgarten@ByStudents.com, with “Internship Program – University of Maryland, Baltimore County” in the subject line of your email.

Clinical Research Assistant Needed- Great for those planning to go to MED School in Fall 2008

The Maryland Psychiatric Research Center (MPRC) in Catonsville has a new opportunity available for a Research Assistant, Clinical. The Research Assistant is responsible for performing clinical research that is part of a collaboration between the Maryland Psychiatric Center and the National Institute for Drug Abuse Administration (NIDA). This research focuses on the diagnosis, treatment and neurobiological basis of patients with co-morbid substance abuse and other psychiatric conditions.

We are looking for someone with a bachelor's or master's degree in psychology or a related field - someone between their undergraduate studies and graduate school or medical school - to serve as a research assistant for a study involving neuroimaging in schizophrenia. This is a unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the study of the biological basis of serious mental illness.

This NIH-funded study is being conducted at the Maryland Psychiatric Research Center in Catonsville, and the National Institute on Drug Abuse in eastern Baltimore.

The official job posting (#1507) is here (please make sure the entire link is pasted in the address line of your browser):

https://apply.unicru.com/umaryland/ece/(vq3odt55tvcpbw45xbz2ieet)/JobDetail.aspx?RequirementID={b549a316-ac9a-442c-a915-4c5e3e0cd2a5}&Page=Job

https://apply.unicru.com/umaryland/ece/(vq3odt55tvcpbw45xbz2ieet)/JobDetail.aspx?RequirementID={b549a316-ac9a-442c-a915-4c5e3e0cd2a5}&Page=Job

Looking for an internship this spring or summer?

Looking for an internship this spring or summer? Do you want to fatten up that resume a little bit? Do you want to potentially get paid AND possibly earn credit for it?

The UMBC Shriver Center can help you answer all of those questions. The Shriver Center has MANY PAID and UNPAID INTERNSHIPS available for ALL majors this upcoming SPRING and SUMMER and we need students to fill them.

Internships are important to obtain admission to graduate school and to find a position after graduation. You gain experience and are almost certainly eligible to earn upper level credit by interning 8 to 10 hours per week.

Once you meet with a coordinator, The Shriver Center will send your resume to organizations that interest you. In other words, we'll do the mailing and employer outreach on your behalf.

To get started, stop by the Shriver Center (1st floor of Public Policy) or follow the directions below:
http://www.shrivercenter.org/student_howdoigetstarted.html

February 4, 2008

Wyeth Pharmaceuticals Dinner and Learn

Wyeth Pharmaceuticals will be having an information session about internship opportunities as well as what life working for a global pharmaceutical company is like. Don't miss this opportunity to hear from former interns and Wyeth research scientists

Tuesday, February 5, 2008
UC 312
6pm
Pizza and Refreshments

Questions? Contact Miryn Alcantara at The Shriver Center (410) 455-2493 or alcantar@umbc.edu

February 5, 2008

Wolf Trap's Summer Internship Internship Program

Summer Internship Applications are Due March 1!
http://www.wolftrap.org/interns/interns.html
"One of America's Top 100 Internships" —The Princeton Review
Wolf Trap's Internship Program provides project-based training and experience to approximately 40 interns annually. Interns become integral members of the staff working side-by-side with professionals producing, promoting, and administering all aspects of the performing arts.

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The Shriver Center at Student Involvement Fest

Wednesday, February 6th, 11 am - 2 p.m. - Student Involvement Fest, Main Street of The Commons. Stop by The Shriver Center's table to hear more exciting opportunities available this semester to engage in service. The following are populations who could utilize your support:

* Individuals with Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
* Youth (ranging in age from 6-18)
* Animals in need of adoption
* Adult Learners
* Teachers and their students in area schools

By doing 3-5 hours/week (or 30 hours per semester), you can enroll in a zero-credit practicum and receive a notation on your transcript.

February 7, 2008

Constellation Wants Engineering & IT Interns for Summer 2008 Program

Constellation Energy is seeking outstanding undergrad & graduate
students for PAID intern positions in our IT department over the summer of 2008 in both
Baltimore and Houston.


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Lockheed Martin is Coming to Campus MONDAY and Looking for INTERNS!

LOCKHEED MARTIN is looking for INTERNS!!

Come meet representatives on campus Monday, February 11th!

You Can begin your future at…
www.lockheedmartin.com/careers.

Lockheed Martin offers the opportunity to work on teams of highly skilled professionals to solve some of the most challenging and exciting engineering, information systems, and software development problems in the world. In our highly competitive, high technology, world-wide marketplace, we are looking for college interns ready to reach the pinnacle of technology in the areas of IT and Computer Science.

Computer Science/IT Internship Information Session

Monday February 11th 12 - 1 pm @ Commons RM 331

Bring a copy of your resume! Pizza will be provided!

For more information, contact Monique Armstrong at moniquea@umbc.edu or The Shriver Center at 410-455-2493.

February 8, 2008

Visit Big Huge Games

Interested in creating video games? Why not visit a video game company to learn more? On March 7th the Shriver Center will be traveling to Big Huge Games in Timonium, Maryland from 11:15 until 3. Only about 15 spots are available, and interested students need to submit their resumes in advance. Big Huge Games will extend invitation based on resumes. Students interested in programming and/or art are encouraged to apply. Email Casey Miller at cmille1 at umbc dot edu for more info.

T. Rowe Price has 23 slots for IT Summer Interns - Apply today!

T. Rowe Price is coming to campus on Wednesday, February 27th and wants to interview YOU for a Summer 2008 internship in the IT Department. Deadline for resume submissions is February 20th!

Questions? Contact Monique Armstrong at moniquea@umbc.edu or The Shriver Center at 410-455-2493.

This is 1 of 3 recruitment events targeting IT students for internships at T. Rowe Price. Be sure to check out the T. Rowe Price information table at the Summer Part-time Job/Internship Fair on February 13th or register to visit and tour the facility on February 22nd! Details of events are located at The Shriver Center.

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February 10, 2008

Summer Research Internship in Social, Behavior, or Economic Sciences

Summer Research Initiative to Increase Diversity
http://www.bsos.umd.edu/dean/summer.html

DEADLINE TO APPLY: Febrauary 15th

An Overview of the UMD Summer Research Initiative
The Summer Research Initiative was created in 1999 by the Office of the Dean in the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences (BSOS) and is supported by the Office of the Provost, the Graduate School, the Office of the Vice President for Research, the College, and a grant from the National Science Foundation (SBE-AGEP). The goals of the program are to provide rising juniors and seniors an opportunity to learn about graduate studies and increase their interest in doctoral-level training in the social, behavioral and economic science fields. The program has a special emphasis on population groups underrepresented in these fields (i.e., African Americans, Hispanics, American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians or other Pacific Islanders).

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Participate in the Governor’s Summer Internship Program

Governor’s Summer Internship Program
To obtain an application visit: www.shrivercenter.org/gsip

The Governor’s Summer Internship Program introduces college students to the unique challenges and rewards of working within MD State Government. For 10 weeks (June 2 – August 8, 2008), interns
• Work in state government agencies on substantive tasks, including drafting speeches and correspondence, tracking legislation, attending hearings, assisting with constituent case work, and researching policy options.
• Participate in seminars with top Maryland officials and make site visits to State facilities.
• Develop policy papers on a significant issue facing Maryland (e.g. the Chesapeake Bay, crime, care for the elderly) and present their findings in person to the Governor.

Qualifications: Applicants must be entering their junior or senior year during the Fall 2008 semester, with a GPA of 3.00 or higher. All majors are strongly encouraged to apply.

Compensation: Interns receive a $3000 stipend.

Maryland Nonprofit Leadership Program Seeks Intern

Maryland Nonprofit Leadership Program
Deadline: Monday, March 24, 2008
Additional information on how to apply can be found at: www.shrivercenter.org/nonprofit

The Maryland Nonprofit Leadership Program offers paid summer internship opportunities in the nonprofit sector to college juniors, seniors, and graduate students attending Maryland institutions. Participating interns work for ten weeks full-time from June 2nd to August 8th while participating in bi-weekly seminars in nonprofit management. Each participating student receives a $3,000 scholarship.

College and university undergraduate and graduate students from various majors are provided with an opportunity to build valuable skills, gain experience in managing and leading public service organizations, and explore career choices within this sector. In doing so, the Public Service Summer Internship Program makes an important contribution to the development of the state’s current and future workforce and citizenry.

Qualifications: Eligible applicants must be graduate or undergraduate with a GPA of 3.00 or higher. In addition, all undergraduate applicants must be entering their junior or senior year during the Fall 2008 semester. All majors are strongly encouraged to apply.

Compensation: Interns receive a $3000 stipend.

Transport Yourself to a GREAT Summer Internship

Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) Fellows Internship Program
Additional information on how to apply can be found at: www.shrivercenter.org/mdot
Deadline: Monday, March 17, 2008

The Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) Fellows Internship Program is designed to introduce Maryland’s most promising college students to the rewards and challenges of working within Maryland’s integrated transportation system. Interns can gain experience in policy development, marketing, international relations, computer networking, engineering, planning and financing, public relations, and neighborhood conservation. Placement opportunities are available at the MD Aviation Administration, MD Port Administration, MD Transit Administration, Motor Vehicle Administration, MD State Highway Administration, MD Transportation Authority, and The Secretary’s Office.

Qualifications: The application process is open to students from all majors entering their senior year during the Fall 2008 semester with a a 2.7 GPA or better.

Compensation: Participating student earn $3,500 during 8 weeks this summer (June 9 to August 1) and $10.00 per hour in a part-time internship during the Fall, Winter, and/or Spring semester.

February 14, 2008

Shriver Center on the Road: Visit National Aqarium in Baltimore

If you want to intern for an organization that is fun, fast-paced and focused on preserving earth's aquatic treasures, then the National Aquarium in Baltimore is the place for you!

Come join the Shriver Center at UMBC to embark on a trip to learn more about various volunteer intern positions at the National Aquarium in Baltimore.

Date: Friday, February 29th, 1:00 to 3:00 pm
Free van transportation leaves the Shriver Center (1st fl of Public Policy) at 12:15 pm. Only 15 spots are open- registration required.

If interested, e-mail your resume to Christine Routzahn at The Shriver Center at routzahn@umbc.edu by Wednesday, February 20th. Interested rising juniors and seniors are encouraged to attend.

Volunteer intern positions available in Animal Programs, Aquarist, Aviculture, Community Affairs, Conservation, Conservation Education, Development, External Affairs, Herpetology, Horticulture, Marketing, Marine Animal Rescue Program, Marine Mammal Training, Media Relations, Publications, and Visual Productions. More information available at: http://www.aqua.org/students_interndescriptions.html


Summer Research Internship @ Biotech Company

Avalon Pharmaceuticals, a biotech company located in Germantown, MD is seeking students to support their research activities in the development of cancer drugs. Projects will range in difficulty depending on student's previous experience. Hiring managers will train students on specific techniques. This is a great opportunity to get your foot in the door of an emerging biotech company.

Interested? Apply on UMBCworks

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Intern Engineer: Manufacturing R&D. Great for Chemical and Mechanical Engineers!

Millennium Inorganic Chemicals is seeking engineering students for internships. Student responsibilities will include conceptual design of processes at the laboratory and pilot scale, evaluate instrument capabilities, develop models and design criteria to assist in the scale-up of laboratory processes, and work as part of a team to evaluate feasibility of processes.

Apply via UMBCworks

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Construction Management: Your First Internship

Are you just finishing your first year of your mechanical engineering curriculum? Want to explore your field? Than consider Whiting-Turner and a construction management internship. If you are smart, ethical and good with people, thrive on challenge, have a strong work ethic, welcome diversity, love construction, have the patience to build a serious career, and share our dedication to customer delight, consider interning with Whiting-Turner.

Comprehensive Exposure & Training in Estimating, Value Engineering, Constructibility Review, Scheduling, Procurement, Permitting, Cost Control, Schedule Control, Construction Administration, Quality Control, Safety and Risk Management, Safety.

Interested? Apply via UMBCworks Questions? Contact Miryn Alcantara of The Shriver Center at alcantar@umbc.edu

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February 15, 2008

Multiple IT positions with Leonard Paper Company

There are 4 separate job descriptions in UMBCworks, and jobs include database, security, networking, desktop support, web design, coding, as well as many other skills. This is a great job for a student that wants to be able to make real decisions that will help a company grow. This is a fantastic opportunity! Apply via UMBCworks today!

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Visual Arts and Graphic Design Majors Wanted at T. Rowe Price for Summer 2008

T. Rowe Price has PAID INTERNSHIP opportunities for Visual Arts and Graphic Design majors for summer 2008.

Three NEW positions in Production, Fulfillment and Electronic Publishing were just posted to UMBCworks! Apply to all or one of these positions and be eligible to interview on February 27th! Deadline for applications is February 20th.

For a detailed position description, visit UMBCworks, click "On-campus Interviews" and then select the schedule for T. Rowe Price. You may also log on to www.troweprice.com/careers.

Questions? Contact Monique Armstrong of The Shriver Center at moniquea@umbc.edu or 410-455-1879.

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Database Internship with MD Dept. of Agriculture

Assists staff with implementation of a new database; specifically, assists in the documentation of metadata information, data entry, and data verification. Enters and verifies records with information from historical files, land records, the old database, county staff, and accompanying on-site inspections of properties. Learns the operations of the State farmland preservation program to better understand the role and importance of the database in the program's management and operations. Requires attention to detail and the ability to work independently and in a team context.

Apply via UMBCworks

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IT Positions at Black and Decker

The IT teams that sponsor intern positions at Black and Decker include:

• Global Technology & Operations: Help Desk Support, Site Support, Operations, Desktop Technology, Enterprise Server
Technology (Intel and Mid-Range), Database Administration, Storage Administration, and SAP Basis Technology teams.
• Global IT Business Systems: Supply Chain Planning, Demand Planning, Sourcing, Manufacturing, Distribution,
Transportation, Sales, Marketing, Customer Service, Finance, Product Service, and e-Business teams.

Black & Decker maintains that the student's first priority is to complete his/her degree and to this end, each internship should be designed to complement the student's coursework. Therefore, the intern program is open only to full-time undergraduate college students.

If an IT internship at Black & Decker is something that you would be interested in, we encourage you to apply for acceptance into the program. To start, put together a resume that lists all of the relevant experience you have, including appropriate course work you’ve completed in school. Remember to include your anticipated date of graduation.

Although a cover letter is not required, it is often a good chance for you to tell us a bit about yourself and what you are hoping to gain out of this internship. Then, as openings occur, Black & Decker matches prospective candidates with open positions. If you are selected, Black & Decker will contact you to setup an interview.

Apply quickly and easily through UMBCworks!

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February 19, 2008

NASA Joint Center for Earth Systems Technology Summer Program

The Joint Center for Earth Systems Technology Summer Program provides students enrolled in undergraduate programs the opportunity to engage in Earth science and atmospheric physics research. Students are matched with a NASA Goddard Space Flight Center researcher and/or UMBC faculty member and work on a research project at the UMBC campus in Baltimore or at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Facility in Greenbelt, MD. All areas of Earth Sciences projects are available including: Hydrology, Vegetation and Ecosystem Monitoring, Tropical Precipitation & Storm Systems, Volcanic Hazards and Climate Impacts, Coastal Processes/Sea Level Rise, Global Climate Analysis and Modeling, Remote Sensing of Earth (atmospheric aerosols, clouds, land, sea, ice), Remote Sensing of Planetary Atmosphere, Space Geodesy, Geophysics, GPS, Orbits

The program is open to all US Citizens and students holding the appropriate visa. Students are required to present a poster.

$4000 Stipend, local housing, and the cost of roundtrip travel to Baltimore is provided. Application deadline: February 22, 2007

More information on UMBCworks

Graduate Student Summer Program with NASA

NASA Goddard Space Flight Center’s (GSFC) Earth Sciences Division, in collaboration with the Goddard Earth Sciences and Technology (GEST) Center of the University of Maryland Baltimore County, is offering a limited number of graduate student research opportunities through its Graduate Student Summer Program (GSSP). This prestigious program is in its eighth year and is designed to stimulate interest in interdisciplinary Earth sciences studies by enabling selected students to carry out an intensive research project at GSFC’s Earth Sciences Division, which can be applied to the student’s graduate thesis. GSSP 2008 will take place from June 2 to August 8, 2008.

Positions are available to students interested in any Earth sciences field conducive to the research of NASA GSFC’S Earth Sciences Division. Each student will be teamed with a NASA Goddard scientist mentor with parallel scientific interests. NASA mentors can be drawn from any of the participating Earth Sciences divisions which include: The Laboratory for Atmospheres, The Laboratory for Hydrospheric and Biospheric Sciences, The Global Modeling & Assimilation Office, The Global Change Data Center and The Software Integration & Visualization Office.

More information available on UMBCworks or at http://gest.umbc.edu/student_opp/gssp.html

PAID Electrical and Computer Engineering Internship

Engenium Technologies is looking to hire an advanced undergraduate or master's candidate to work as an intern in a dynamic electrical and computer engineering design environment designing state-of-the-art wireless communications equipment for the Intelligence Community.

Eligible students must have a 3.0 GPA or above and be a US Citizen studying Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering.

On-Campus interviews will be conducted at The Shriver Center. Interested applicants should submit their resume via UMBCworks. UMBCworks is accessible through your myUMBC account under the Services tab. If you do not have a resume approved by the Shriver Center you can call (410) 455-2493 to schedule an appointment to have your resume reviewed.

February 22, 2008

Interested in Working in the Theatre?

A.R.T./New York is a member service organization for nearly 350 non-profit theatre companies in New York City. Its 7th Annual Internship Fair will be held on Saturday, March 15th (see info below) at A.R.T./New York's Spaces at 520, 520 Eighth Avenue, 3rd Floor (between 36th & 37th Streets) NY, NY. There will be two sessions: Morning: 9:45 -11:45 and Afternoon: 12:30 -2:00.

This year, 50 theatres of various budget sizes will be in attendance. A searchable Internship Directory that includes members not attending the fair is available on our web-site (www.offbroadwayonline.com).

For more detailed information, please click through below!

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AFSCME/UNCF/Harvard Union Scholars Program

Experience What It's Like to be Part of the Labor Movement
http://www.afscme.org/organizer/12094.cfm

DEADLINE: Friday, February 29th

As one of the fastest growing unions in the United States, AFSCME is constantly in search of skilled, motivated and passionate activists who are interested in a career in the labor movement. Through the AFSCME/UNCF Union Scholars Program, you can join us in the effort to support public service employees who are organizing unions.

This program is for students of color who are in their sophomore or junior year at a four year college or university and interested in pursuing a career in social justice. Participants are paired with a mentor on an AFSCME organizing campaign for 10 weeks and receive hands on experience in the labor movement. Students can expect to learn how to: organize workers by visiting them at home and phone banking, help with campaign based research, political action and any other necessary aspect of the campaign. During their time in the program all travel expenses to and from their host site as well as to Harvard for an orientation or debrief are covered along with housing and rental car if needed. Students will receive a stipend of $4000 and if participants successfully complete the program, a need based scholarship awarded through UNCF of up to $5000.

Lehman Brothers' Washington Equity Research Internship

Lehman Brothers' Washington Equity Research team is currently offering a unique internship opportunity for students seeking to combine an interest in politics and policy with the chance to learn about Wall Street. Admission to the program is highly competitive; alumni from this program have gone on to top ranking graduate schools for law, business, and public policy, as well as to full time paid positions in government and finance.

This is an UNPAID internship position for June 2 through August 29, 2008. Applicants MUST be able to receive school credit for independent study or field study requirements. This policy is not flexible. All applicants should submit a resume and cover letter detailing interests and availability. Deadline for applications is April 18, 2008.

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Governor's Summer Intern Program

Governor’s Summer Internship Program
To obtain an application visit: http://www.shrivercenter.org/gsip

DEADLINE: MARCH 10TH

The Governor’s Summer Internship Program introduces college students to the unique challenges and rewards of working within MD State Government. For 10 weeks (June 2 – August 8, 2008), interns
• Work in state government agencies on substantive tasks, including drafting speeches and correspondence, tracking legislation, attending hearings, assisting with constituent case work, and researching policy options.
• Participate in seminars with top Maryland officials and make site visits to State facilities.
• Develop policy papers on a significant issue facing Maryland (e.g. the Chesapeake Bay, crime, care for the elderly) and present their findings in person to the Governor.

Qualifications: Applicants must be entering their junior or senior year during the Fall 2008 semester, with a GPA of 3.00 or higher. All majors are strongly encouraged to apply.

Compensation: Interns receive a $3000 stipend.

February 26, 2008

ANNOUNCING: ENTREPRENEURSHIP SPEAKER SERIES TALKS

Join us during Career week to listen to alumnus Eric Conn's presentation
"FROM ENGINEER TO ENTREPRENEUR" - March 7, 2008 - 12:00 - 1:00pm
-University Center, Room 310. Starting and growing a new business is both
exhilarating and challenging. Eric Conn will discuss the ups and downs of
entrepreneurship as seen through the eyes of an engineer turned
businessman currently on his third startup. Eric is co-founder and
President of Gloto Corporation. His company has developed a dynamic
publishing platform and API that enables advertising supported, realtime
distribution of photos and video across mobile devices and the internet.

Interested in Social Entrepreneurship? Come listen to Keith Taylor,
President/Executive Director of Modest Needs Foundation, talk about
"Everything I Needed to Know as a Social Entrepreneur I Learned through My
Study of the Humanities" - March 12 - 4:00 - 5:00pm - Library Gallery.
Modest Needs Foundation is a unique non-profit organization that has grown
in just six years from a personal project to an award-winning,
multi-million dollar enterprise.

February 28, 2008

PAID HTML Web Development Intern Needed ASAP ($17 per hour)

The Maryland Department of Human Resources (the state government Human
Service agency) has a 20 hours per week during the school year, and up to
40 hour per week in summer, paid web programming contractual position open.

The intern position pays $17 per hour.

They are looking for a student to assist with the production and maintenance of web based applications, the DHR Home Page
http://www.dhr.state.md.us/ and the agency's intranet - DHRNet.

The work location is at 311 W. Saratoga Street, Baltimore City. The position pays $17 per hour.

The position will develop interactive web pages and web based applications using SQL, HTML, ASP, and requires proficiency in a programming language such as Perl, PHP or C#.t

IF INTERESTED, please apply via UMBCworks or e-mail your resume to Christine Routzahn (routzahn@umbc.edu) at the Shriver Center ASAP.

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Cashing in on Internships

Monday, March 3rd
Commons 327
Noon to 1:00 PM
Presented by the Shriver Center

You know that an internship will help round out your UMBC student experience but did you know it can also help you land your first job? Find out how UMBC alums turned their internship into pay dirt in their job search!

McCormick and Company, Inc. Posts FIVE new Summer Internships for CMSC, IS, and BTA Majors

ATTENTION CMSC, IS, and BTA MAJORS WITH A 3.00 GPA OR ABOVE
Full-time Summer Interns Needed
Location: Hunt Valley, MD
Pay: $12 per hour, US Citizenship required

Intern Positions include: PC Support andCustomer Service, Global Process and Applications Management, Program Management Office, Operations Infrastructure - Architecture & Global Standards, and Global Telecommunications

Students must apply via UMBCworks

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Software Engineer Intern for Intelligence/ National Security Industry

Booz Allen Hamilton has exciting Software Engineering opportunities supporting clients in the Intelligence/ National Security industry and has challenging internships (Summer 2008) for undergraduate Computer Science, Computer Engineering and Electrical Engineering majors.
Internships begin: June 2008

Positions are PAID and are located in Annapolis, MD

Qualifications
--Currently pursuing a BS degree Computer Engineering, Computer Science or Electrical Engineering. Expected date of graduation must be December 2008 – May 2009
- A GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Ability to obtain a United States Security clearance

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Governor O'Malley's Communications Office Seeks Intern

Governor O'Malley's Communications Office is still accepting intern applications for the spring of 2008. Hardworking, organized and self-motivated college students and graduate students interested in working in State politics are encouraged to apply.

The Office is looking for interns who have a superb writing ability, who learn quickly, can articulate ideas, and are enthusiastic about learning about State government. Some duties of the internship include writing press releases, writing talking points, writing briefings, doing research, coordinating press events and other administrative tasks as assigned.

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February 29, 2008

Incredible PAID TV Network Internship for ALL majors!

MASN, the Regional Sports Network of the Baltimore Orioles, Washington Nationals, Georgetown Hoyas, George Mason and Baltimore Ravens seeks a PAID Promotion and Marketing Assistant Internship for the 2008 sports season.

If interested, click through below to find the position description. Apply via UMBCworks, search position type - Internship through Shriver Center, Keyword - Mid Atlantic Sports Network and apply today!

Direct questions to Mike Oettel, moettel@umbc.edu

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