Internship Programs Newsletter – February 29, 2012
February 29, 2012
INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS OFFICE NEWSLETTER
February 29, 2012
Published by the USC Career Center
This weekly e-mail highlights interesting internship opportunities and other important information that will aid you in securing an internship! The internships listed below are just a sampling of what is available. For complete listings of all current internships, log-on to connectSC at http://careers.usc.edu. New internships are added daily.
COMPANY PROFILE EVENTS
During the academic semesters, we invite employers to conduct company presentations. We strongly recommend that you attend these information sessions to learn about different industries and organizations, as well as meet some of their key employees. Over the next two weeks Aruba Networks and Cabrillo Advisors will be on campus holding an event. Please click this link for more details, http://careers.usc.edu/eventcalendar/events/ or log-on to connectSC.
DID YOU MISS INTERNSHIP WEEK?
Were you unable to attend one of our Internship Week Panels? Visit our website http://careers.usc.edu/media to hear a podcast of each panel. View the list of employer contact information in the Resource Library on connectSC.
HAVE YOU READ THE CAREER CENTER BLOG?
Go to http://careers.usc.edu/sc_at_work/ to read our regularly-updated blog focusing on work and career issues important to the USC community. Visit often as we examine local, national and global trends. A new topic will be introduced each Monday and Thursday. Join the discussion by posting your thoughts and comments!
CAREER CENTER INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS
The Career Center is offering two great internship programs for 2012: Dream Dollars and The Scheyer Family Scholarship.
The Dream Dollars Program is a unique "scholarship" program for undergraduates. The USC Dream Dollars Program provides stipends for USC students who receive internships with a non-profit or government organization. This program will support students hoping to gain work experience from an unpaid internship. Students will be selected through an application and interview process. All internships must be a minimum of six weeks during the summer. The program provides a stipend of $1,200 for each student. Students must have an internship prior to applying for this scholarship. For more information please go to our website: http://careers.usc.edu/students/internships/dream-dollars/ or come by STU B1 for questions.
The Scheyer Family Scholarship, established in December of 2007, will provide an award of $2,500 to two students enrolled in approved summer internships. Preference will be given to sophomores, juniors or seniors with demonstrated financial need. Student recipients must have a major in the Dornsife College of Letters, Arts & Sciences and have a minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA. Students must be in good academic standing and have a graduation date between December 2012 and May 2015. Students must have an internship prior to applying for this scholarship. For more information visit: http://careers.usc.edu/students/internships/scheyer-family-scholarship/ or visit STU B1 for questions.
LOOKING FOR THAT PERFECT INTERNSHIP?
USC is proud to provide you with another resource to finding that next internship! In addition to connectSC, you can access the iNet Internship Consortium – an internship database with a wide array of opportunities and locations. The iNet Consortium attracts employers from across the country to post internships that are available to students from a select group of universities including: USC, Duke, Georgetown, Harvard, MIT, NYU, Northwestern, Rice, Stanford, of Pennsylvania and Yale. Log-on to connectSC to access iNet!
NASCAR MENTORSHIP PROGRAM
NASCAR Diversity Affairs is offering an exciting opportunity available for students. On March 24 we will be hosting a mentorship program in Fontana during the NASCAR Nationwide Series Race. This is a great opportunity for students to network, and see the behind the scenes operations of our sport. The event is one day at the track with VIP race experience designed to expose ethnically diverse students to the career opportunities within the motorsports industry. Qualified candidates must have a minimum 3.0 GPA, be currently enrolled in a college or university and have an interest in a career in sports. To apply, visit www.TeamWorkonline.com. Be sure to also check out our NASCAR Diversity Internship program which is a 10 week paid summer internship program open to ethnically diverse students of all majors interested in a career in sports. Qualified students have a minimum 3.0 GPA, an interest in a career in sports and must have completed their sophomore year of school. To apply, visit www.DiversityInternships.com.
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AIDS Research Alliance – Work-Study Intern
AIDS Research Alliance is seeking a Reception Work-Study student to work approximately 10-15 hours per week. A minimum four-to-six month commitment is required. The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic, self-motivated, and possess an out-going personality. The ideal candidate must also demonstrate previous customer-service, or related reception experience. The Intern will work in the administration department by doing the following: general clerical duties, such as answering phones; filing; preparation and assembling of materials; managing incoming and outgoing mail, and related duties; prepare correspondence and other communications; provide general support to the administrative staff, as needed. A baccalaureate degree or working towards degree preferred, 1-2 years experience working in a business environment, professional front office appearance, strong writing skills and computer skills (Word, Excel, Internet), ability to work in a complex, diverse business environment, strong interpersonal skills, good judgment, self-starter who is positive, prompt, able to work with little supervision, and a current CA driver’s license, car, and current liability insurance. If interested in applying, please send resume and cover letter via email to email@example.com. Please indicate in your letter why you are interested in the position and how your skills can be utilized in the position. AIDS Research Alliance is an Equal Opportunity Employer. No phone calls.
ARINC – Software Engineer Intern
At ARINC, it’s our people who make the difference and are the backbone of our technologies. Employing some of the most talented, dedicated people on the planet is not by chance. People from all over the globe choose ARINC as the cornerstone of their careers, helping create and deliver communications, integration, and engineering solutions that our global customers demand so that our world keeps moving and stays connected. Join ARINC and help shape our future while creating yours. ARINC’s Marina Del Rey, CA office is currently seeking a motivated Software Engineer Intern to support its Surface Transportation & Security Systems division. This position will be involved in many phases of software engineering including software development, system integration and testing under supervision. Qualifications/Required Experience include up to 2 years of Computer Science, Mathematics, Electrical Engineering, MIS, C, C++ or Java programming classes required. Experience with industry software tools and products such as SQL, Microsoft Visual Studio, Netbeans, Make, and CVS desired. Software as a Service, Client-Server Architecture, Real-Time Systems or XML experience desired. Experience with Oracle and Windows operating systems preferred. A student working towards a Computer Science, Electrical Engineering or Mathematics degree; Graduate student is preferred. Please do not contact the job poster directly. All candidates must apply online at arinc.com/careers:
Bayer HealthCare – Summer Internship
Bayer HealthCare is a leading global specialty pharmaceutical and biotechnology company, and the San Francisco Bay Area is home to more than 1,800 employees focused on the research, development and manufacture of biologics. At Bayer’s Berkeley campus, employees ensure clinical manufacturing and process development of new protein therapeutics while also manufacturing Bayer’s leading hemophilia product for patients worldwide. Discovering novel new medicines is the mission of Bayer scientists. Mission Bay is home to Bayer’s new U.S. Innovation Center where scientists working in the fields of biologics and hematology research reach out and collaborate with academic institutions and small life science companies with the goal of improving patient care and patient outcomes. Bayer is recognized for making significant investments in professional development programs for undergraduate and graduate students. We offer a 10-wk summer program that provides hands-on, practical work experience, as well as strong mentorship and extensive job skills training. Intern positions are available in R&D, manufacturing operations, operational excellence, procurement, and engineering departments. We invite qualified applicants to apply for this internship by March 9, 2012. All applicants must apply online at www.bayerjobs.com. All internships are located at the Berkeley or San Francisco, CA sites. Requirements: full time enrollment in four or five year accredited college or university, at least 18 years of age at the start of the internship, be a sophomore or higher, have an overall GPA of at least a 3.0, be able to work at least 40 hours a week during the summer, eligible to work in the US without employer sponsorship, successfully complete a medical evaluation, drug screen, and background check prior to start of employment, must be able to relocate at own expense. All applicants must apply online at www.bayerjobs.com.
Lovvvit.com – Internship Opportunity
Lovvvit.com is looking for smart, extremely motivated self-starters to intern with our passionate, creative team of online marketing and branding experts. This is great way to boost your resume and learn about the world of internet entrepreneurship. We have a fun work environment in a great area! We are offering paid internships. Feel free to check us out at lovvvit.com. Interns will Produce short Lovvvit videos, identifying the next hot product, service or businesses in LA. Collaborate with Marketing Team on new initiatives, projects and brainstorming. Engage influencers through social media to attract video talent to the site. You must have your own laptop & iPhone/iPad. To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marine Corps – Summer Internship Opportunity
Unlike the other American armed services, the Marine Corps does not have its own service academy. We prefer to find potential leaders among America’s college and university undergraduates and graduates. The Marine Corps officer programs are designed to bring out the best in you by putting you through the toughest training and evaluation you have ever faced. We make no apologies for the fact that our Officer Candidate School is extraordinarily challenging. It has to be. Marine Officers take on responsibilities well beyond their years. The training will force you to search your own desire and commitment to succeed in the face of extreme adversity. To excel, it takes someone who is a self-starter, reliable-someone who doesn’t settle for second best or for a job half done. Platoon Leaders Class (PLC) is a program designed specifically to provide college freshmen, sophomores, and juniorsenrolled full-time in an accredited college or university with the opportunity to earn a Marine Officer’s commission. One great aspect of this program is that all training is conducted during the summer so participation in PLC does not detract from your studies – or from your college experience. After summer training at Officer Candidate School (OCS), you will return to campus and enjoy your time at college just like every other student. Once accepted into PLC, the only obligation you incur is to attend OCS. If you successfully graduate from summer OCS training, you’ll have a big decision to make during your senior year. "Do I accept my commission and begin serving as a Marine officer, or do I decline my commission and pursue another path after college?" Participating in PLC allows you to earn the option of becoming a Marine officer after you graduate from college. It also provides the Marine Corps with the chance to assess your leadership during the summer to determine whether or not you have what it takes to lead Marines. We both get to "test drive" the idea of you becoming a Marine officer without either of us incurring a post-college obligation. In this program freshman and sophomores attend two six-week summer courses at Officer Candidates School (OCS) in Quantico, Virginia. Juniors attend one ten-week course. Upon graduation from OCS, you will return to school. There are no military requirements during the school year. You simply stay in touch with your Officer Selection Officer, keep up your academic standing, and maintain good physical condition. You’ll be paid during your summer training, and once you have completed one summer of OCS (first six week session for freshmen and sophomores; ten-week session for juniors), you will also become eligible for some very significant financial assistance. For more information and how to apply please visit http://www.lamarineofficerprograms.com.
Original Retro Brand – Marketing and Licensing Department Internship
Leader in the fashion and apparel industry located in Downtown Los Angeles seeks creative individual for Marketing & Licensing Internship. Must have the ability to work independently and in a fast-paced environment. Responsibilities include executing marketing campaigns with retailers and licenses, communicating to the sales team and corporate office, assisting with social media efforts using Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and assisting with much more! Experience not necessary, but organization, time management skills and a positive attitude are a must! This position is a great chance to network within the sports and fashion industries. An interest in sports is a plus. Photoshop experience required, Adobe Illustrator a plus. We are looking for someone with excellent verbal and communication skills, works well in a team environment and who is organized and detail-oriented. Intern must also work well under pressure. Experience with Microsoft Word and Excel. Social Media experience – especially with Twitter and Facebook. This internship is based out of Downtown Los Angeles. If interested please send cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
Southern California Edison – Summer Intern: Data Analytics
This position is part of the Southern California Edison’s (SCE) University and Campus Relations Internship Program. This internship is scheduled for the summer of 2012, with an estimated start date of May/June 2012 and an estimated end date of August/September 2012. This internship opportunity will be in the Technology Strategy, Integration, and Planning division within Southern California Edison’s (SCE) Customer Service Business Unit (CSBU). The successful candidate will gather information to aid in the development of predictive modeling based on real time data analytics. Typical responsibilities will include: Interviewing business process personnel to determine how data is entered into systems to understand the limitations and capabilities of the data involved. Develop trend reports to identify critical information on effectiveness or improvement opportunities for business processes. Developing methodology of how unstructured and structured data can be extracted, organized, and efficiently utilized. Inventorying data available in multiple systems and assess uses of data. Maintain a safety conscious work environment by following Edison safety protocols and safe work practices. Perform other responsibilities and duties as assigned. Qualified candidates Must be currently working towards an undergraduate or graduate degree in Statistics, Mathematics, Predictive Analytics, Information Analysis, Large Scale Data and Analysis, Economics, Computer Information Systems, or Actuarial Science at an accredited institution. Must have a cum GPA of 3.0 or higher. Additional testing may be required. Edison International and Southern California Edison reserve the right to close or cancel a posting at any time. Candidates for this position must be legally authorized to work directly as employees for any employer in the US without visa sponsorship. Please apply online at www.edisonjobs.com (Requisition #: 71000307).
Bad Robot – Summer Internship Program
The Bad Robot Internship Program is open to both students and graduates of USC. While the primary business focus of Bad Robot is film and television development and production, we encourage students of all artistic persuasions to apply for consideration. Our summer internship begins in early June and continues for approximately three months. Students will be expected to work between 16-32 hours per week. The summer internship is open to current USC students and recent graduates within one year. Students who are receiving course credit for their participation in the Bad Robot Internship Program are not paid, while those who are either graduates or who are not receiving course credit are paid on an hourly basis. Because our fall and spring programs are full-time (50 hrs/wk), they are intended primarily for recent graduates of USC. Students wishing to apply for consideration to the Bad Robot Internship Program must meet the following criteria: Currently possess or have graduated with a 3.5 GPA, Submit recommendation letters from at least two faculty members, Submit a 200-word personal statement indicating why they are interested in interning at Bad Robot and what contributions they can make to the company. Be able to share a portfolio of creative work that can be viewed online. Candidates selected to participate in the Bad Robot Internship Program will receive invaluable exposure to the inner workings of a high-profile production company. Additionally, they will participate in a variety of artistic endeavors unrelated to film and television, including silk screening, dark room photography, sculpting and typesetting. Candidates who meet the criteria specified above should submit their resume, recommendation letters, personal statement and links to their creative work to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for applying for all 2012 internship programs is March 30, 2012.
Daniel Weinberg Gallery – Gallery Intern/Assistant
Contemporary art gallery seeks highly motivated, detail-oriented intern to begin part time position immediately. We are looking for someone with an interest in the art world who wishes to gain hands-on experience in art gallery management. The ideal candidate would be reliable, enthusiastic, and willing to take initiative. Internship will evolve into a salaried position midsummer, and has the potential to grow as our exhibition program develops. Responsibilities will include (but are not limited to) client services, cataloging, and correspondence with galleries, artists, and collectors. Intern will be trained to take on administrative duties as internship becomes paid position. For more information about us, please visit www.danielweinberggallery.com. Candidates should send cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
Dodgers Dream Foundation – 2012 Dream Foundation Internship Program
Dodgers Dream Foundation Student Interns will participate and learn about all aspects of the Dodgers Dream Foundation including the non-profits programs and fundraising efforts. Interns will work closely with the entire department to learn how the Dodgers Dream Foundation helps support the Los Angeles community in numerous areas – from education, recreation & sports, health and environment. For more information, visit the community section of www.Dodgers.com. Primary duties will include completing short term and long term projects under the close supervision of different members of the department on game days and non-game days. Game day responsibilities include assistance with pre-game activities, silent auctions and other duties. Additional duties will include planning and execution of various fundraising activities. Will also include general office duties related to the function of the foundation and its programs.All student interns will be instructed in the methods behind all activities as well as the reasoning for them in the larger context of the foundation as well as within the industry. Candidates should be currently pursuing a Bachelors or Master’s degree in the Los Angeles area. Student interns must be able to submit a document from the school in order to begin the internship program. All candidates must be available to work the majority of the 2012 baseball season (beginning at the end of March) through the end of the season (October). This will entail working up to 50 home games during the season. Candidates will need to be flexible on non-game days to assist with office work, events and programs such as Dodgers Youth Baseball Camp, Charity Golf Invitational and Bowling Extravaganza. This may include working days, evenings, and weekends depending on the Dodgers home schedule and event dates. Qualified applicants should have excellent communication, organizational and highly interpersonal skills. Email Resume & Cover Letter to David Brennan at firstname.lastname@example.org by February 24, 2012.
Hollywood Gang Productions – Film Production Internship
"To give a brief synopsis of the company, Hollywood Gang has produced 300, EVERYBODY’S FINE and IMMORTALS. Personally, Gianni Nunnari, the principal at HGP, has also been a producer on movies like SE7EN, SHUTTER ISLAND, THE DEPARTED and many others. We are looking for a few eager to learn students who love film and want to learn how a production company runs. We are also on the Warner Brothers Lot which is definitely a bonus.
The most important thing is we want someone who is eager to learn and can help run the office. There is a lot to learn here for the right candidate. Daily duties will include general office duties which include phones, filing and logging information into the server. Some of the more fun and interesting duties include coverage and creating actor and director lists for ongoing projects. This internship is a great opportunity to both network and learn the ins and outs of this side of the industry." Please email cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
The Levine Communications Office – LCO Internship Program
The Levine Communications Office Intern Program is one of the best and most dynamic in the industry. Over the last 25 years, more than 4,500 people from all over the world began their professional careers as interns for LCO, and an estimated 500 have continued to establish themselves in prominent positions within the entertainment industry. The LCO internship program is in-depth and challenging. The bulk of which consists of one-on-one meetings with Michael Levine, the founder of LCO, whose clientele has included Cameron Diaz, Sandra Bullock, David Bowie, Prince, George Carlin, among many others. This specific position is one of the most coveted in the firm as it involves working directly under Michael Levine, in support of his career. At LCO, we demand accountability, commitment, and a dedication to excellence. Self starters with an eagerness to learn are ideal candidates for this internship, which will open the door to a one of a kind experience and knowledge that has proven to be valuable professionally and personally. After having completed the term, you will receive a diploma and letter of recommendation from Michael Levine. The LCO internship is among the most intensive and rewarding programs available for students interested in P.R., as the opportunities are truly limitless for those with the drive to succeed. Please reply to Brittany Bond: BrittJ.firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume and phone number to be considered for an interview.
Monster Energy – Internship Opportunity
We here at Monster believe that an intern position with this company cannot simply be just a job, but it must be a lifestyle defined. Working for a brand that has passion for who they are and what they represent, both in product and in lifestyle & image. Our introduction of the brand to consumers is more authentic when we live it, breathe it, date it, follow it, tweet it, party with it, and embrace the overall vision of who and what we represent. The Monster Intern Program strives to provide resources to aid in conception, creation, production and execution of locally directed marketing initiatives, whether they be events, social media, sampling, grassroots "small fires", partnerships, and/or sponsorships. If interested please E-Mail Robert.Maggi@MonsterEnergy.com your resume, and after review you will receive a application.
MGM Studios -TV Marketing Design Intern
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. is looking for qualified interns in the Television Marketing division who are applicable for college credit. We are looking for bright, creative self-starters with a winning attitude. Qualified candidates will need to have a strong working knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite. A basic understanding of PowerPoint is a plus. The perfect candidate must be great at multi-tasking, work well under pressure, and want to show the BEST results in any given assignment. The intern must be able to work on a Mac platform. Design majors preferred. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. is looking for qualified interns in the Television Marketing division who are applicable for college credit. We are looking for bright, creative self-starters with a winning attitude. Excellent communication skills are a must. Qualified candidates will need to have a strong working knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite. A basic understanding of PowerPoint is a plus. The perfect candidate must be great at multi-tasking, work well under pressure, and want to show the BEST results in any given assignment. The intern must be able to work on a Mac platform. Design majors preferred. Hours are flexible. Resumes should be sent to email@example.com. Interested candidates should include a cover letter and samples of your work or website link. Please include "Design Internship" in the subject line of your email.
Minor Details Productions – Event and Marketing/Social Media Intern
Minor Details Productions is a stylish event production boutique that provides complete planning, consulting, marketing/pr and supervision services for corporate and private events and parties. Since 2005, our event planners have been providing nothing less than the highest-quality event services to all of our customers. One of the accounts the student will work on is with Imani Corporation, a nonprofit organization that works with African American youth and women to help them MAXIMIZE their potential. Minimum 10-12 hours per week, to begin immediately. Minor Details Productions is seeking a creative, detail-oriented college student with strong communications and graphic design skills. Opportunity to gain valuable experience while working on a variety of projects involving event preparation and execution as well as website maintenance, marketing and social media. The intern will also assist with the implementation and execution of marketing communications as well as work collaboratively with our clients. The Intern will gain insight on how Minor Details measures effectiveness, indentifies and communicates and analyzes press trends. The goal of the internship is to provide meaningful work experience while granting greater insight on how Minor Details’ various clients explains what they do to their audiences. Key responsibilities would include updating media, track and maintain RSVP’s for events and social media campaign as well as other task and administrative duties. To apply, send a cover letter and resume to Terrina Scott, Principal at Minor Details Productions at Tscott@minordetailsproductions.com.
U.S. Department of State – Undergraduate Student Internships
How far could a student internship at the U.S. Department of State take you? Just for starters, it would give you a greatly coveted inside look into Foreign Service, the positions and the responsibilities that are possible. Think of it as test-driving a career before you decide what you’re going to do with your life. Most of all, you feel good about doing something worthwhile for your nation. At the U.S. Department of State, we like to say that we represent America to the world. For internship program details such as duties of an intern, participating offices and bureaus, types of internships, salary/benefit/housing information, please download the Student Internship Information Brochure. You must be a student accepted for enrollment, or are enrolled as a degree-seeking student in an accredited college or university. Or also a full- or part-time continuing college or university junior, or graduate student (including graduating seniors intending to go on to graduate school). An applicant is considered a junior if he/she will have completed all sophomore credits (60 or more hours or 90 quarter hours) by the time the internships begins and will be entering at least the junior year immediately upon completion of the internship. All applications are submitted online through the "Gateway to State" system, which also screens applications to make sure that they are complete, and that applicants meet the eligibility criteria. We are now accepting applications for the Fall 2012 Internship Program. Please click here to start the Gateway to State online application process via USAJobs. Please note that the deadline to submit completed applications is March 2, 2012.
The White House Internship Program – Summer 2012 Intern
The White House Internship Program provides a unique opportunity to gain valuable professional experience and build leadership skills. This hands-on program is designed to mentor and cultivate today’s young leaders, strengthen their understanding of the Executive Office of the President and engage them in public service opportunities. We are currently accepting applications for the Summer 2012 program. While the interns’ individual responsibilities and tasks vary, they are united through weekly events and, most importantly, through service. Interns participate in a long-term service project to help the surrounding community. This is a great opportunity to promote leadership and a way to learn about their fellow intern class. Each week, interns come together for a speaker series with senior staff members and participate in off-site field trips around D.C. We encourage everyone to visit http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/internships for detailed information about the program, the application process, a timeline with deadlines, and the departments that participate in the program. A complete application includes: short answers, two essay questions, a one-page resume, and two letters of recommendation. The deadline to apply for Summer 2012 is January 22, 2012. Questions/Comments can be directed to Internship_info@who.eop.gov.
OTHER OPPORTUNITIES & SCHOLARSHIPS
2012 Lime Scholarship for Students with Disabilities
The Lime Connect Fellowship Program For Students with Disabilities is our flagship program in the U.S. designed for highly accomplished rising juniors with disabilities. This highly selective program: guides Fellows through the summer internship recruitment process, connects them with our corporate partners – some of the world’s leading corporations – for potential internships, and builds their confidence as a person with a disability. Applications for the 2012 Lime Connect Fellowship Program are open, and the deadline for submission is midnight PST on Sunday, March 15th. Applications are reviewed as they are submitted, so don’t delay! Eligibility Requirements include current sophomore standing at a four-year university in the United States with the eligibility to work. Student must be continuing studies as a full-time student for the 2012-2013 academic year. Student must be a person with a (visible or invisible) disability.* If selected, candidates will attend the following all-expense paid events in New York City: May 20 or 21, 2012 – Lime Connect Fellows Selection Super Day (all finalists), August 1 – 5, 2012 – Lime Connect Fellows Leadership & Development Symposium (Fellows). To apply, log into The Lime Network http://www.limeconnect.com/my_lime/(or join and develop a profile today), and follow the link to our online application system. * A person with a disability is defined as someone who has, or considers themselves to have, a long-term or recurring issue that impacts one or more activities that others may consider to be a daily function. This definition also includes the perception among others that a disability exists. We know that 90% of disabilities on campus (and 70% of disabilities among the general population) are invisible, and candidates with all disabilities are encouraged to join The Lime Network and take full advantage of the benefits it offers.
University of Pennsylvania Hospitality Services – Pennsylvania
We would like to inform you about the Summer Intern Housing Program available at the University of Pennsylvania. We offer students interning in the Philadelphia area affordable and convenient summer housing options. The program enables students to live in the city during their internship, contributing to their "real world" experience. Given that housing can be difficult to find and very expensive, our Summer Intern Housing Program provides a great alternative solution. Students will live in the heart of University City, on our beautiful, historic campus, and will have easy access to all forms of public transportation. They will be housed in newly renovated, air conditioned residence halls that are secured 24/7 and are only accessible to the university community through ID card readers. Housing is available from May 20, 2012 through August 18, 2012. A minimum stay of four-weeks is required. All applications are due by May 12, 2012. Applications received after the due date will not be guaranteed summer housing and will be considered only on the basis of availability. To apply, students will complete an easy online application which includes reading the occupancy agreement, faxing over a sponsorship letter and emailing their photo for a PennCard. A confirmation email will be sent to the student at the address listed in their application confirming their reservation. Students can find more information and apply here for housing here: http://destinationpenn.com/housing/intern_housing.asp.
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