GROW RegenMed Internship Program – Alliance for Regenerative Medicine
In the spring of 2020, encouraged by member CEOs, ARM established the Action for Equality (AFE) Task Force to determine concrete steps ARM and its members could take to ally with the movement for racial equality and address the underrepresentation of Black employees within the regenerative medicine workforce. The AFE Task Force recognized that the representation of minority populations, in particular the Black population, is significantly below those populations’ representation in broader society. A report released by BIO in January 2020, for example, found that Black Americans comprise only 4% of biotechnology company workforces while making up over 13% of the US population.
Thanks to the work of the AFE Task Force, ARM is launching the GROW Internship Program to provide crucial, early-career paid opportunities in the regenerative medicine sector, initially to Black students and over time to a broader minority population. ARM represents 400+ organizations in the cell, gene, and tissue-based therapies sector that target a range of diseases and disorders, many of which affect the Black community. ARM convenes the diverse stakeholders in our community to tackle key issues limiting the progress of the sector and the delivery of transformational therapies to patients. ARM and the AFE Task Force believe that improving the representation of Black employees at ARM member organizations and cultivating a community of these future leaders is fundamental to achieving the full promise of our work.
Is the program global?
For 2022, all GROW internships will be in the United States.
How many years of education should students have completed to qualify for the GROW internship?
We expect employers to create internships for undergraduates, graduating seniors, and graduate students.
How will recruitment work?
Intern matches will be based on intern background, ARM Member-Employer profile, position requirements, location, and intern career goals.
Is this internship focused only on STEM fields?
We anticipate that many of the opportunities will be technical in nature, but we also expect internship opportunities outside of STEM fields, such as operations (human resources, finance, marketing), supply chain management, and patient advocacy.
What is the ultimate goal?
Our goal is to increase the proportion of Black employees and executives in ARM member organizations and to build a strong and ongoing community of GROW interns.
What will GROW offer interns?
- Earning while learning: Interns will be paid, with some employers offering housing, relocation and travel support.
- Build community: Interns will be part of an intern class and given a chance to connect with their peers at several points throughout the internship.
- Professional development: Interns will participate in an ARM-organized kick-off session, a two day in-person professional development event, and a closing session with their class. Post-internship, interns will be given the chance to reconnect with their class and engage with industry leaders at the annual Cell & Gene Meeting on the Mesa the October following their internship, free of charge.
What will GROW offer employers?
- Build a network: Employers will have a chance to work with other sector leaders to advance representation and equality across the regenerative medicine field and within their own organization
- Tap into an extensive talent pool: Employers will gain access to a larger group of potential interns and a robust internship infrastructure by participating in GROW while being able to leverage the benefits of a program designed for a class of interns, with check-ins and professional development
- Intern screening: GROW will interview interns to ensure employers receive candidates matching their job requirements and criteria.
- Support: GROW will link intern managers, and provide them with tools and training to support a successful internship experience for all involved
What is the timeline?
- September 1, 2021: Application process opens for students & employers
- December 31, 2021: Employer participation deadline
- January 31, 2022: Student application deadline
- March 21, 2022: Intern selection deadline
- June 4, 2022: GROW intern bootcamp
- June 6 – August 19, 2022: Summer internship period
How to participate:
If you are a student interested in participating in the GROW internship program, please contact Rashida Dujue-Jackson ([email protected] org).
Internships | Souls Grown Deep
Souls Grown Deep Foundation offers three paid internships to undergraduate students of color annually at select museums, affording part-time professional experience at a leading art museum during the academic year. Internships include a trip to visit the Foundation in Atlanta and the artists and communities it serves in the Southeast, including Gee’s Bend, Alabama. Each intern receives a $10,000 stipend for an academic year, or $5,000 for a semester from the Foundation, and is required to commit to a minimum of 8 hours per week.
The Mellon Foundation’s pioneering study on the challenges of diversifying museum staff pointed to the need to support students at the undergraduate level, to encourage the pursuit of graduate education. Our program will offer yet another avenue for students of color to develop a professional museum background in our emerging field through any one of a number of arenas: curatorial, registrarial, conservation, education, or administration.
2021 SOULS GROWN DEEP FOUNDATION INTERNS
DE YOUNG MUSEUM
Ayoade Balogun is a senior at Stanford University, studying African and African American Studies and Environmental Systems Engineering. Her experience as a research and curatorial intern at the National Museum of African American History and Culture sparked her excitement about the museum field and she has since held internships and student positions at the de Young Museum and Stanford University’s Cantor Arts Center and Anderson Collection. Her passions for environmental justice and Black diasporic art converge and an interest in the crucial role of art and cultural production in understanding and telling the stories of Black relationships with land.
TOLEDO MUSEUM OF ART
Ufuoma Ogbemudje is a junior at the University of Toledo, with a Major in Film/Video and a Minor in Art History. Born and raised in Lagos, Nigeria and having a constant curiosity about the somewhat forgotten music and film from the country’s past has resulted in an interest in the arts which extends to visual art as well. Growing up around the local arts scene in Lagos, as well as taking Art History and Video Art courses which have served as foundations and practice for his interaction with art, has solidified his interest in the museum field. In the future, he intends to pursue careers in both filmmaking and curation with a focus in Black and African art which addresses the existence of the aforementioned identities, and sees the Souls Grown Deep Foundation internship as a gateway into this career path.
HIGH MUSEUM OF ART
Atlanta-native Christian Reeder is a graduating senior at Spelman College. As a Sociology/Anthropology major with a minor in French and Curatorial Studies, Christian will become a cultural anthropologist who curates the complexity of Black American culture as social knowledge. She aims to study and showcase the contributions of Black Americans to world culture. As she travels internationally, she will theorize, connect, and understand the commonality and nuances across the African Diaspora. She will utilize her skillset in Anthropology and Curatorial Theory to critique the colonial history of museums in an effort to imagine a decolonial praxis for cultural storytelling. Her interests include the preservation of Popular culture, community healing through curation, and decolonization.
2019 – 2020 SOULS GROWN DEEP FOUNDATION INTERNS
MINNEAPOLIS INSTITUTE OF ART
Starasea Nidiala Camara is a budding museum professional and full-time student at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. As a junior at the U of M’s College of Liberal Arts she will be pursuing an Individually Designed Interdepartmental B.A., in which she will be concentrating in African American & African Studies, Art History, and Arabic. Starasea, a second-generation Afro-Latinx and Afro-Caribbean islander, is originally from southern California and has called the Midwest home for several years. In addition to the Souls Grown Deep Foundation Internship, she also has been awarded the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, Nathan Siegel Scholarship Endowment, and is a current holder of the Charles & Myrtle Stroud II Scholarship at the U of M. Starasea has been working at the Minneapolis Institute of Art as a Visitor Experience Representative since the Fall of 2018, where she has had the opportunity to grow professionally and connect cross-departmentally. From serving on the Curatorial Advisory Committee for the “Mapping Black Identities” exhibition, and Cultural/Spiritual Adviser for the “Turkish Rugs on Tudor Walls” exhibition; Starasea brings aspects of intersectionality and authenticity into her curatorial practice. As a curator, her work seeks to represent historically marginalized communities, while decolonizing how we view the intersections of linguistics, nationality, and ethnic identity in relation to the African Diaspora.
MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, BOSTON
Ja’Hari Ortega is a Junior at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design where she majors in Studio for Interrelated Media and minors in Sculpture. Within her major she focuses on performance art, event production, and the idea of art as a tool for communication. Outside of class, she is interested in curation, community, and facilitating conversations about race and racism. She is a student representative for the Black Artist Union at MassArt and has worked with various departments on campus such as the Center for Art and Community Partnerships, Curatorial Programs, and the Office of Justice, Equity and Transformation. As a Souls Grown Deep intern at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Ja’Hari hopes to learn more about the various departments that are involved in the making of an exhibition. She is also interested in learning about how community interacts with exhibitions and their conception through public programming. Ja’Hari hopes to take what she learns and use it to help promote the contributions of artists within her community.
BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART
Jordan Ann Estelle “Stella” Hendricks was born in Brooklyn, New York, and was raised in Baltimore, Maryland. She is a rising senior at Towson University and is majoring in Art + Design with a concentration in sculpture. As an artist, she works with various media including photography, metal and ceramics. She enjoys art for its healing properties and its ability to question norms, connect with deeper parts of the psyche, and inspire a sense of freedom. She aims to help develop community art spaces for womxn and non-binary people of color that center around healing and self-expression. At her university, she is a member of Towson Freedom School and Gamma Xi Phi, a co-ed arts fraternity. She has interned in the Teen and Special Programs departments at the National Portrait Gallery where she focused on women’s suffrage through the ‘Because of Her Story’ program. As a Soul’s Grown Deep Intern, Stella’s main educational goal is to learn how exhibition design and curatorial work combine to create powerful narratives. Her primary interest is in the relationship between artists within the Baltimore community and museums. Art is not something just given to the community, but the community has perceptions and experiences that play an important role in these centers as well. She hopes to continue finding ways to combine creativity with societal analysis to implement social change.
SPRING 2019 SOULS GROWN DEEP FOUNDATION INTERNS
NEW ORLEANS MUSEUM OF ART
Dorthy Ray was born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She recently completed her B.A. in Art History at Louisiana State University. She works primarily with Futures Fund, a program offering training in the arts to middle through high school students. As a curator, photographer, and mixed media artist, her work seeks to challenge viewers to explore the ambiguities of identity, gender, and sexuality as they relate to the Black body.
PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART
Akili Davis is a junior Sociology major and Visual Studies minor at Bryn Mawr College. Her academic interests include museum studies and moving image media. Akili has previously interned with other Philadelphia cultural institutions like the Slought Foundation and Till Arts Project, and she is currently on the Barnes Foundation Campus Outreach Council. On her college campus, she is the Civic Engagement representative to the Student Government Association. Although she is originally from Greenville, South Carolina, Akili calls Philadelphia home and hopes to continue working in the arts community there after graduation.
VIRGINIA MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS
Jacynth Serrano Rodriguez is a senior at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) located in Richmond, Virginia. In May 2019, Jacynth will receive her Bachelor of Arts in English with minors in both Art History and Media Studies. In addition to receiving the Souls Grown Deep Foundation Internship, she previously held internships with Blackbird Literary Journal and VCU’s Recreational Sports Program. In 2016, she received awards and accolades for her visual and written work including the 1st Place and Purchase Award, the Vincent Hammond Visual Arts Scholarship, and the Chadab Foundation Scholarship for the Arts at Northern Virginia Community College. Upon graduating in the spring, Jacynth plans to attend graduate school and continue exploring the nexus of her passions and her studies: art, culture, and media.
Program Sponsors of the 2018-19 Souls Grown Deep Intern class are Jay Ptashek and Karen Elizaga.
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Grow your future: Sustainability internship applications now open | Stampede
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KALAMAZOO, Mich.—Western Michigan University students who are passionate about our planet and want to join like-minded leaders on sustainability issues are encouraged to apply for a semester-long campus internship offered by the Office for Sustainability.
The paid WeSustain Internship requires a commitment of five to six hours per week beginning in spring 2022, introducing up to 10 students to a wide variety of sustainability issues through experiential learning, weekly meetings, career development and hands-on activities, such as renewable energy tours, permaculture workshops and skill-building classes.
Covering topics from Asylum Lake to zero waste, interns will “green network” with experts on campus and in the community as they become well-informed and effective advocates for a sustainable future.
Whether it’s fixing bicycles, composting, growing in the greenhouse, writing letters to Congress or teaching high school students where their food comes from, the activities prepare interns from all academic disciplines and backgrounds to be environmental change agents, says Samantha Atkins, internship coordinator and a Ph.D. candidate in English.
“We want interns to get to know themselves as well as the systems that support them so that they’ll start to think about how they can improve those systems,” Atkins says.
Learn more about the internship, and apply by Thursday, Nov. 4, for a spring semester position. Email the Office of Sustainability for more information.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for Graduate Research Opportunities Worldwide (GROW) and Graduate Research Internship Program (GRIP) (nsf16024)
GROW: To provide professional development experiences to NSF Graduate Research Fellows through international research opportunities developed in partnership with counterpart agencies around the world. The Graduate Research Fellowship Program is a critical program in NSF’s overall strategy to develop the globally-engaged workforce necessary to ensure the Nation’s leadership in advancing science and engineering research and innovation.
GRIP: To provide professional development experiences to NSF Graduate Research Fellows through research internships developed in partnership with Federal Agencies.
GROW: NSF Graduate Research Fellows engage in international research collaborations with investigators in partner countries, gaining an international experience that contributes to their preparation to enter a globally-engaged science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) workforce.
GRIP: NSF Graduate Research Fellows participate in mission-related, collaborative research under the guidance of host research mentors at U. S. federal facilities and national laboratories, developing expertise in STEM areas of national need and preparing for an array of career options.
GROW: NSF counterpart international organizations and agencies.
GRIP: U.S. Federal Agencies.
GROW: Active NSF Graduate Research Fellows (on tenure or reserve) who have completed at least one year of their graduate program at the time of application and will retain their active status for at least 12 months following the application submission deadline.
GRIP: Active NSF Graduate Research Fellows (on tenure or reserve) who have completed at least one year of their graduate program at the time of application and will retain their active status for at least 12 months following the application submission deadline. For some internship opportunities, Fellows must also be able to pass background and/or security checks.
GROW: MS and PhD
GRIP: MS and PhD
GROW: Only one (1)
GRIP: Maximum of one (1) application per partner agency and maximum of two (2) partner agencies for each submission deadline (2 submission deadlines per year).
GROW: 2-12 months (minimum duration varies by country)
GRIP: 2-12 months
GROW: $5,000 travel allowance from NSF plus in-country support provided by partner organization (amount and type varies by partner)
GRIP: $5,000 internship allowance from NSF. Support provided by partner agency varies.
GROW: Travel and research costs associated with the international research collaboration. Allowable expenses include travel to host country and institution, visa applications, field permits, research supplies, excess luggage, travel and health insurance, and other travel-related costs.
GRIP: Allowable expenses include, but are not limited to, travel to host site and agency, visa applications (if applicable), field permits, research supplies, excess luggage, travel and health insurance, per diem, and other travel-related costs.
GROW: Allowances are provided to successful applicants (via their GRFP institution) as part of the GRFP summer funding increment. In-country support from the partner organization is dispensed according to a schedule determined by the partner.
GRIP: Allowances are provided to successful applicants (via their GRFP institution) as part of the GRFP summer or fall funding increments.
GROW: Up to 400
GRIP: Up to 75
GROW: One (1) deadline: December 4
GRIP: Two (2) Deadlines: December 4 and May 6
GRIP: Within 3 to 6 months from the submission deadline
GROW: NSF and international partner(s)
GRIP: NSF and federal agency partner(s)
GROW: NSF’s Merit Review Criteria (Intellectual Merit and Broader Impacts) as well as GROW programmatic review criteria:
- Potential for true intellectual collaboration with the international research partner, engaging the expertise, specialized skills and/or facilities of the collaborator, and
- Potential opportunities for effective research and career development for the Graduate Research Fellow.
GRIP: NSF’s Merit Review Criteria (Intellectual Merit and Broader Impacts) as well as GRIP programmatic review criteria:
- The potential opportunities for effective research collaboration;
- The potential for effective professional development for the Fellow;
- The potential for effective career development/opportunities;
- Any agency-specific criteria (see proposed host agency website).
GROW: Varies among partner organizations. See GROW website (https://www.nsf.gov/grow) for details.
GRIP: See GRIP website (https://www.nsf.gov/grip) for details.
- The Fellow’s expertise and research interests fit within the scope of the Agency’s mission and those of the specific projects proposed.
- Potential match with Agency host researcher.
- Any other partner agency specific criteria.
GROW: After June 1 of the award year. Travel must be coordinated with partner organization and international host.
GRIP: Because the review, selection, and placement process is anticipated to take six (6) months, Fellows are encouraged to submit according to the following timelines:
Submission Deadline Anticipated Placement
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May 6 Winter of the award year
GROW: Yes. Some partners may request additional documentation or application materials. Depending on the country and length of stay, additional travel documents (e. g., visas) may be required. GROW Fellows must comply with the terms of the Fly America Act.
GRIP: Yes. NSF Graduate Research Fellows that are accepted for GRIP may have to pass a background investigation prior to the start of the internship. In some cases, the background check process may delay the estimated start date. Applicants are also required to develop and submit a professional development plan.
GRIP Fellows must comply with the terms of the Fly America Act.
GROW: Travel must be completed by August 31 of the subsequent fellowship year or by the end of the Fellow’s GRFP Fellowship Period, whichever comes first.
GRIP: The NSF internship allowance is for use by the Fellow during the internship period identified in the application.
GROW: The travel allowance provided by NSF may be used to fund multiple trips to the partner country, subject to the approval of the Fellow’s GRFP research advisor, institution, and international host, and partner agency.
GRIP: The research internship supported by GRIP is expected to occur as a single, uninterrupted experience.
GROW: GROW recipients are expected to submit an annual report that details the experience and accomplishments of the GROW collaboration. The report is submitted through the GRFP FastLane Module. GROW partner organizations may have their own reporting requirements as well.
GRIP: GRIP recipients must submit an Internship Report that details the experience and accomplishments of the internship. The report is submitted through the GRFP FastLane Module. The sponsoring agency may have additional reporting requirements.
GROW: https://www.nsf.gov/grow; Contact: [email protected]
GRIP: https://www. nsf.gov/grow; Contact: [email protected]
Internship Opportunities – Help Me Grow Florida
* Help Me Grow Florida is currently seeking a year-long intern to start in 2020.
We’re Looking for People Who Have:
- An interest in gaining hands-on experience in a non-profit organization
- A positive attitude and willingness to learn new knowledge and skills
- The ability to work collaboratively with our small team
- Creative and innovative thinking (We love new ideas!)
- The initiative to be given an assignment and make it happen
- Excellent time management—you show up on time and meet deadlines
- Availability to work at least 10 hours per week (we can work around your class schedule)
- The ability to work in an open, shared office that is sometimes distracting or noisy
Intern Activities and Responsibilities: As a HMGF Intern, you will have the opportunity to learn about and provide support to all of the following areas. This is not your typical internship where you only answer phones or make copies (although we will occasionally ask for help with that). HMGF Interns will get an inside look into the day-to-day operations of a $2.2 million statewide program and take lead on important projects.
- Leadership and Legislative Advocacy including, but not limited to:
- Strategic planning and decision-making
- Relationship-building and statewide partnerships
- Legislative advocacy and monitoring
- Securing funding, business development, and grant-writing
- Program and Training Management including, but not limited to:
- Community outreach, education, presentations, and materials distribution
- Communications, copy-writing, and graphic design
- Social media management and growth
- Conference, event, and meeting planning
- Data and Research Management including, but not limited to:
- STAR database management
- Data analysis and program evaluation
- Website re-design and content management
- Contract and Project Management including, but not limited to:
- Competitive procurement
- Contract management, budgeting, and compliance
- Deliverable review, technical assistance, and payment approval
- Project scheduling, risk assessment, and continuous quality improvement
To Apply: Submit your resume and a sample of your best work to [email protected] com. Selected individuals will be required to pass a background screening. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
Lets Grow More Internship Experience | by Souvik Nayak
Excited for Web Development Intenships !
Are you still looking for internships? But don’t know where to apply? Are you too hesitant or scared to apply to internships as you are a beginner and don’t know much about advanced tech stacks to showcase?
Then this blog will surely guide you to your first internship.
Introduction to LGMVIP !
LGMVIP is a 4-week Virtual Internship Program where you are provided internship opportunities in various domains such as Web Development, Data Science, Campus Ambassadors, Technical Content Writer, etc.
You can visit Their Website : –
→ Link for the Letsgrowmore website — https://letsgrowmore.in/
→ Link for the Virtual Internship Program — https://letsgrowmore.in/vip/
- To enhance their understanding and appreciation of diversity.
- To provide service within the community
- To allow members to gain personal and professional skills in the area of leadership development.
- To be leaders in the organization.
- To Support and encourage students to explore their multiple identities.
- To provide leisure learning, continuing education courses for the campus and community.
My Journey :-
So, how did I got to know about this awesome opportunity, well I was actively looking for internships in my domain Web Development is when I got the notification from Linkedln that LetsGrowMore is providing internships opportunities to the students. I quickly applied to the internship as it was my first internship and I was really excited about the selection. Below is the selection badge i got as a welcome gesture.
There were 3 tasks given in total and to get our certificates we had to perform at least(2 tasks).
The Tasks which I performed were as follows :-
Github Repo Link : https://github.com/Souvik-Nayak/LGMVIP-WebDev/tree/main/TASK_1
Video Description :-
In this task, we have to create a react website in which we have to create a user grid layout having a navbar showing any brand name, and when we click the button “Get Users” the API fetches data.
The link to the task video is:
Github Repo Link : https://github.com/Souvik-Nayak/LGMVIP-WebDev/tree/main/TASK_2
Video Description :-
Thank you, for reading till here. I am glad to complete this internship and I recommend everyone to grab this amazing opportunity the LetsGrowMore is offering us !
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90,000 Internship – a springboard for a career or labor slavery?
Unemployment among youth will only grow – with such a gloomy forecast the experts of the International Labor Organization (ILO) made such a gloomy forecast the other day. After analyzing employment trends in different regions of the world, experts came to the conclusion that in the next five years it will be very difficult for young people to find a job.
By the way, young people understand this very well and strive to get an internship in a good place in the hope of signing the coveted contract later.But instead it is increasingly becoming a free labor force.
Continuation of the topic – in the material by Natalia Terekhova.
Recently British human rights activists have launched a powerful campaign to support young interns – trainees of well-known branded fashion houses. As a rule, fashion houses actively use the labor of trainees when preparing shows or conducting an advertising campaign. Designers are accused of shameless exploitation of hundreds of young people who are ready to do anything to get into the field of view of famous couturiers.The interns are exhausted and do not sleep for days, trying to win the favor of the venerable masters of fashion, but still they do not receive a dime, because companies are not obliged by law to pay them.
Recently, in the context of the global economic crisis, this situation is becoming more common, says the coordinator of the youth employment program of the International Labor Organization (ILO) Gianni Rosas:
“ When the unemployment situation takes on a dramatic turn, as is happening today in connection with the global economic crisis, the queues at the labor exchange are getting longer and longer “.
Against this background, the importance of internships increases significantly, but only if young people get the opportunity to master the necessary professional skills in order to increase their chances of finding a job, notes Gianni Rosas:
“ The main goal is to help young people gain work experience, which is highly valued in the labor market. This is especially true for countries where the education system does not contain a vocational training component. In such countries, the internship serves as a kind of bridge between the school and the beginning of work “.
In the United States, for example, the issue of remuneration for an intern is resolved as follows – internship in the private sector is equated to regular employment and is rewarded accordingly. At the same time, an unpaid internship, under some circumstances, also does not contradict the law. The free internship provides that the internship includes training components, that the intern is not a substitute for a paid employee, and that the employer does not directly benefit from the employment of the intern.
But in France, interns do not have the right to claim their wages, but if the internship exceeds two months a year, then they are entitled to a bonus. However, no one can force a French employer to pay it. So young people have to jump from one place to another in search of more favorable conditions for an internship, says Gianni Rosas:
“ They try in every possible way to extend the practice, but if they fail, then young people begin to move from one place of work to another. We call it a “carousel” – when one internship is replaced by another and so on ad infinitum “.
Experts have even coined the term “professional interns” to describe the growing army of young unemployed people who do not receive the necessary skills or decent remuneration and risk falling victim to hidden exploitation. The scale of the problem is alarming, according to Gianni Rosas of the International Labor Organization:
“ This problem has come to the attention of the European Union.The European Parliament has decided to start developing the rules for conducting internships and vocational training “.
Well, in the meantime, the point, yes, the International Labor Organization has decided to set an example for organizing and conducting internships. During their internship, ILO interns receive a scholarship. This recognizes the fact that young people often have to bear the costs of settling in a city or country where they cannot count on the support of their loved ones.
Internship at GMCS
June 4, 2019
Internship at GMCS
Summer is a hot season for young professionals who want to try their hand at practice.We talked with Veronica Trotsenko, GMCS HR manager, who told how to get an internship in our company and what needs to be done to get a job offer.
Do you take students for practice and do you have an established internship format?
Yes, we take students for internships. In accordance with the GMCS program of interaction with universities, the student is provided with a workplace, a curator is allocated who accompanies him throughout his practice.We are interested in the fact that students not only receive material for writing a diploma, but also become imbued with the spirit of IT, want to realize themselves, grow professionally and develop in our company.
The concepts of internship and practice are closely intertwined. After passing industrial, educational or pre-diploma practice in our company, students can stay for an internship. They take a more in-depth training course in the chosen product direction, participate in real projects.Based on the results, we discuss the terms of employment on an individual basis.
Not students? For example, those who change their profession or just graduated from specialized courses?
At the moment, we invite only graduates with specialized technical and economic education. They have an understanding of business processes in general, and have basic knowledge and the skills we need.
In which departments, on what basis do you select for practice?
Depends on the unit.For example, in the technical directorate, which is engaged in the support and development of information systems and IT infrastructure of customers, as well as the development of the company’s own solutions, we are pleased to invite students in the specializations “Informatics and Computer Engineering”, “Information Systems and Technologies”. The division that develops optimization solutions is interested in students with a good mathematical background, an understanding of the principles of machine learning.
Do you initiate internships yourself or do you respond to incoming requests?
Differently.We try to use all available channels to promote the HR brand. Open days and other events (round tables, conferences), as well as participation in job fairs, work well. Our experts are often invited to speak to students and tell about trends in the IT market, the secrets of building a career in this area. We also conduct individual work with university teachers: we jointly work out internship programs, exchange ideas on the development of programs and forms of education.
What do these internships give employees? Are there any complaints that students only distract from work?
Working with students is not just an investment in the formation of a talent pool, but also an opportunity to find new ideas. Often, the guys demonstrate a completely professional outlook on solving serious business problems. They have their own opinion, their own vision of the solution to the problem, which they are ready to defend. This is already a synergy, and not just a one-way transfer of knowledge.If we see that a student’s eyes are on fire, he is sincerely interested in getting practical skills, and not just “sitting out” hours, we are happy to support him and try to reveal his potential to the maximum.
Of course, students are different. Someone needs more time to immerse themselves in the workflow, someone less. Someone is trying to “squeeze” everything that is possible from the curator, and someone is more passive. In a difficult case, we try to dot the “i’s” and find a compromise.If this does not help, then the result of the internship will be appropriate.
Can a student qualify for a place in the state if the internship is successful?
Yes, and there are a lot of such examples. In the last year alone, we have accepted more than 10 students on the staff.
90,000 Weekly selection of awesome internships from SuperJob. Work for students
Trainee auditor, FBK Grant Thornton
The oldest Russian audit company recruits trainees in audit, IFRS and consulting.
The conditions of the internship are negotiated individually. In case of successful completion of the internship – a job offer in the company.
What you need: study in senior courses or be a graduate of a specialized university.
Intern SAP, NTT DATA Business Solutions
NTT DATA is opening a competition for the position of an intern. The internship will include training and participation in real-life projects of the company.
Paid travel internship.Based on the results of the internship, an assessment will be carried out and a decision will be made to conclude an employment contract.
What you need: higher technical education, programming experience is welcomed, the level of English is at least Intermediate, a high level of motivation, analytical skills, self-organization, responsibility, desire to develop and work on new tasks, good communication skills.
Apply for vacancy
C # trainee, KROK
The C # trainee job has been recruited into the CROC development team, who will help clients grow their business by creating technological systems.
Paid part-time internship and training.
Pharmaceutical Intern, Bayer
An international concern specializing in life sciences solutions for healthcare and agriculture invites graduates and undergraduates to participate in the annual StartYourBayerLIFE! Internship program.
Paid internship with training duration from 3 to 6 months, employment from 20 to 40 hours.
What you need: be a student or graduate of a specialized university.
Submit a request
Trainee Lawyer, Capital Legal Services
A large law firm offers an opportunity for young professionals to gain valuable experience in consulting under the guidance of experienced professionals.
Unpaid internship with an individual work schedule.
What you need: have a diploma from a state university with excellent grades, fluency in English, knowledge of PC, responsibility, analytical mind.
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90,000 From students to engineers: Toyota Motor LLC and the Regional Center for Labor Productivity Competence have launched a joint program to train a new generation of personnel for Russian industry
On July 6, an internship for students of St. Petersburg Polytechnic University (SPbPU) within the framework of the national project “Labor Productivity” starts at the plant of Toyota Motor LLC and at the Regional Competence Center for Labor Productivity in St. Petersburg (RCC).
This initiative is part of the Time to Grow cooperation program, an agreement on which was concluded between Toyota Motor LLC and SPbPU with the support of the Government of St. Petersburg. Its goal is to train a new generation of Russian engineers and future leaders in order to increase labor productivity in Russia. As part of the program, graduate students of SPbPU take the course “Toyota Production System”, which is read by representatives of the company. At the end of the course and the results of testing, some of the children receive an internship at the Toyota plant, and from this year at the RCC.
In 2021, 13 best students who have successfully completed the course will take part in the joint internship: nine of them will pass it at the Toyota Motor LLC plant, and four more at the RCC. Within six months, students will continue to study the principles of the Toyota Production System in practice and learn to apply the knowledge gained in real production conditions. Together with personal mentors, they will master methods of increasing labor productivity in various workshops at the company’s plant, and during an internship at the RCC they will work on projects to introduce targeted measures to increase labor productivity at enterprises participating in the national project.This will provide practical experience in the application of the Toyota Production System, combining it with basic theoretical training.
After completing theoretical training and internship, the best students will be invited to start their careers at the Toyota plant in St. Petersburg or at the enterprises – partners of the Regional Competence Center.
The training program for the basics of the Toyota Production System has existed at SPbPU since September 2019. Russia has become only the fifth country in the world in which Toyota specialists teach the basics of their Production System in the country’s higher educational institutions.Over the three years of the program, this course of lectures at the Polytechnic University has already passed more than 300 future specialists .
“For RCC, this is a unique experience that will allow us to attract young and ambitious guys – future specialists – to our team. This program will be an excellent start for the development of their careers and will help in the formation of the country’s talent pool. Lean production is the future – students understand this, so they give their best at 100% ”, – noted the relevance of the program, the head of the RCC Irina Golubtsova .
“St. Petersburg Polytech always keeps up with the times, realizing that when preparing the country’s engineering elite, we must not only transfer knowledge and skills, but also take care of the future careers of our students. In particular, for several years now we have been actively cooperating with Toyota Motor LLC, jointly implementing the unique project Time to Grow, which attracted the interest of not only engineers, but also economists and even humanitarians at our university. Polytech students see this project as a social and educational elevator, which is so necessary for professional development and future employment, ”said Rector of SpbPU Andrei Rudskoy .
Talking about the start of the internship, Executive Vice President of Toyota Motor LLC in St. Petersburg Masashi Ishida commented: “The Toyota production system is recognized all over the world as one of the best technologies to improve efficiency. Knowledge and ability to apply it are highly valued and in demand in the market today. Therefore, we are pleased to participate in a joint project that will allow transferring this unique knowledge to today’s students and training new qualified personnel for the Russian industry. “
The transfer of unique experience in increasing productivity in Russia is carried out by Toyota Motor LLC within the framework of the national project “Labor Productivity”. In addition to the educational program for SPbPU students, Toyota, together with the Federal Competence Center, develops and replicates practical methods to improve the efficiency of Russian enterprises, which include seminars, training and educational programs on the elements of the Toyota Production System for enterprise managers and FCC experts, as well as the implementation of specific solutions on selected Russian enterprises.
Internship in Ingosstrakh | Employment and Career Development Office
Hello! The Ingosstrakh team is back with a new portion of internships! Hurry up! You can apply until May 30.
Do you want to become a cool specialist, grow in a team of professionals and develop a career in a large company, but you have no experience yet?
Ingosstrakh is looking for an intern in the recruitment and training of new insurance agents in the Directorate of Frontal and Agency Sales, the Retail Business Department.
What is the profit?
For 6 months you can upgrade in any direction: recruitment and / or training; you will gain the skills to create and conduct trainings and webinars, as well as experience in mass recruiting.
Interesting and ambitious tasks are guaranteed for you!
What will we teach?
2 main areas: recruitment and training of new insurance agents.
- processing applications from the website, NN.ru and other sources for the vacancy “insurance agent”;
- conducting telephone interviews with candidates for the position of “insurance agent”;
- conducting business correspondence with candidates;
- maintaining the agent’s School page on Instagram;
- analysis of the effectiveness of attraction channels (drawing up a selection funnel).
- formation of groups of new agents-trainees for training;
- preparation of training materials and moderation of webinars;
- processing of participant profiles;
- analysis of the effectiveness of training;
- interaction with curators of insurance agents on training issues.
No experience? We will teach everything! The main thing is communication skills, attentiveness and readiness for public speaking.Knowledge of social media promotion will be an asset.
You are perfect if you are …
Older from the 3rd year or graduate / graduate of 2020 in any specialty, confidently owning / owning MS Office.
What conditions do we offer?
- Duration – 6 months.
- Registration for a fixed-term employment contract.
- Flexible schedule from 20 to 40 hours per week (discussed with a mentor).
- Work from a comfortable office in St.Moscow.
- Payment at the start of the internship 30,000 (for full time).
- Offer to the state with a promotion after a successful internship.
How to get an internship?
Do you want to try your hand and get skills that really come in handy? Submit your application by May 30 using the link (direction Client Management) – Ingosstrart (https://clck.ru/UuKt6).
In a few days you will receive a letter with information about the next stage of selection.
We promise not to delay the feedback!
Build a career in a large company!
90,000 The study showed that Russians are increasingly looking for internships
The study showed that Russians are increasingly looking for internships
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The study showed that Russians are increasingly looking for internships
Russians’ interest in internships and other ways of developing professional skills is steadily growing, having increased by one and a half times over the past four years. When … RIA Novosti, 09/15/2020
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MOSCOW, January 13 – RIA Novosti.Russians’ interest in internships and other ways of developing professional skills is growing steadily, having increased by one and a half times over the past four years. At the same time, almost three quarters of relevant searches are made by women, and the number of searches themselves peaks in October and March. This is stated in a study by CourseBurg, which is at the disposal of RIA Novosti. In the course of the study, statistics were studied for search queries “Internship”, “Industrial practice” and “Student practice” by city, taking into account socio-demographic statistics and seasonality both by month , and in dynamics over several years. On average, according to the research, the number of search queries “Internship” in large cities of Russia is approximately 100-110 thousand queries per year. Indicators for “Industrial practice” fluctuate in the same range. The request “Practice student” is less in demand among the population and is about 70-80 thousand per year. “Most requests for internships are in Moscow and St. Petersburg. The number of requests from Moscow residents is 48% of the total. Also this tool today is in demand in a number of cities with a population of over one million, “- said the founder of the CourseBurg service, Alexander Alkhov.CourseBurg analysts used the regional popularity indicator, which allows us to assess how popular a particular query is among the population of a region: if the value is more than 100%, it means that the demand in this region is increased. It turned out that the cities with the greatest interest in internships are Yaroslavl (185%), Moscow (128%), Kazan (126%), Krasnoyarsk (114%) and St. Petersburg (113%). According to experts, when searching for internships and industrial practices, there is a pronounced seasonality. Internships are most actively sought in October and March.At the same time, the number of requests in October is 15% more than in March.
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MOSCOW, January 13 – RIA Novosti. The interest of Russians in internships and other ways of developing professional skills is growing steadily, having increased by one and a half times over the past four years. At the same time, almost three quarters of relevant searches are made by women, and the number of searches themselves peaks in October and March. This is stated in a study by CourseBurg, which is at the disposal of RIA Novosti.
In the course of the study, statistics were studied for the search queries “Internship”, “Industrial practice” and “Student practice” by city, taking into account socio-demographic statistics and seasonality both by months and in dynamics over several years.
“The main age group interested in finding internships and internships are young people aged 19 to 25 years old. Also, these queries are very popular among people aged 35-49 years old. Moreover, 73% of requests are made by women,” she said. Marketing Director of CourseBurg Natalia Mankovskaya.
On average, according to the research, the number of search queries “Internship” in large cities of Russia is approximately 100-110 thousand queries per year.Indicators for “Industrial practice” fluctuate in the same range. The request “Student practice” is less in demand among the population and is about 70-80 thousand per year.
“Most requests for internships are in Moscow and St. Petersburg. The number of requests from Moscow residents is 48% of the total. This tool is also in demand today in a number of million-plus cities,” said Alexander Alkhov, founder of the CourseBurg service.
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Experts advise students not to be afraid of internships, then it will pay off
CourseBurg analysts used the regional popularity indicator, which allows us to assess how popular a particular query is among the population of the region: if the value is more than 100%, it means in this region demand is increased.