The ATLAS Internship Program is currently seeking students to apply for Summer and Fall positions. ATLAS is a technology-driven internship program that focuses on providing LAS students with hands-on technology skills. These positions run from highly technical (such as software development) to less technical (such as content creation and data analysis). In the coming semesters, ATLAS would like see students from more LAS majors join their program, including Psychology students.
Summer Interns in UX Research at Bold Insight will gain experience working next to and learning from some of the most creative and insightful UX researchers in the field. You will do a variety of tasks supporting our skyrocketing UX research business: helping our researchers prepare for the studies, doing data analysis, designing and executing internal studies, and desk research.
You won’t be getting coffee or making copies, we’ll make it worth your while. You must be a hard worker and not a whiner or complainer. We work smart, have fun and want people with a positive attitude.
At Bold Insight we conduct research across a wide variety of products, and industries: for instance, luxury vehicle owners, medical device users, robo-advisers, etc. The products and interfaces we work with are varied – that variety keeps us on our toes and always learning!
Currently enrolled in a MA/MS or BA/BS program in behavioral science research. Classroom or lab exposure to behavioral research theory and methods either in an academic setting or in industry is preferable. Course work in cognitive psychology, human factors, human computer interaction, ethnography or industrial engineering will be beneficial. We also have special opportunities for interns who also can program in SQL, json, and python. If you’ve got experience in AWS – even better.
Bob Schumacher, Managing Director (PhD, UIUC ’89)
Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois
NCSA’s Students Pushing Innovation (SPIN) internship program will host the SPIN Open House on April 16 from 3-5pm in the NCSA Atrium to promote the Academic Year 2018-19 internship projects. Students will have an opportunity to meet with our SPIN mentors who are NCSA researchers and faculty affiliates and learn more about the projects.
SPIN academic year session:
Program dates: August 27, 2018 -May 1, 2019
Work 5 hours/week for 16 weeks each semester
All NCSA SPIN interns are paid $12.50/hour
Any U of I undergraduate student in good academic standing
No restriction on year of study or major
International students are eligible
Social Justice Educator Paraprofessional
Do You Want to…
Serve as a peer leader on campus?
Help create and maintain a welcoming and safe campus community?
Work collaboratively with students and organizations to learn more about different populations and create new and creative programs?
Expand your knowledge about social identities and how to be more inclusive?
Develop public speaking and interpersonal communication skills?
If you answered YES to any of these questions, then this is the leadership opportunity you’ve been searching for. Apply today to become a workshop facilitator for DiversityEd Social Justice Educator Paraprofessional Program. The program provides students the opportunity to broaden their understanding of diversity and social justice issues. Through training courses, students will learn how to facilitate and develop interactive learning programs in the form of workshops.
The link to apply is http://go.illinois.edu/SJEPApplication !
For more information, please contact Teryl Brewster, Program Coordinator @ email@example.com
DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO : December 21, 2017
Illinois Business Consulting‘s Strategic Operations Team is looking for consultants both within and outside of IBC to join our team for the upcoming Spring 2018 semester.
The Strategic Operations Team is the internal arm of IBC that manages the marketing, human resources, and professional events for our 250 person organization. Within this specialized and diverse team, you will be challenged to take ownership of several initiatives that enhance the organization while making a long-lasting impact.
If interested, please see this description and apply at this link by Thursday, December 7th at 11:59 PM.
If extended an interview, they will be held on Monday, December 11th after 5:00 PM and Tuesday, December 12th after 7:00 PM.
FRED S. BAILEY INTERNSHIP SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR CAUSE-DRIVEN LEADERS
Are you interested in an unpaid internship but are concerned about the financial hardship it may cause? The Fred S. Bailey Internship Scholarship Program for Cause-Driven Leaders offers undergraduate students at the University of Illinois who receives an unpaid internship with a public service agency or not-for profit organization is eligible to apply. Awards are $1,000 for a part-time internship or $2,500 for a full-time internship and are given directly to the student.
Spring 2018 (For internships that occur between December 15, 2017 – May 30, 2018) Application Deadline: November 13
Stop by Office Hours at the University Y:
* Thursday, 11/9 from 2-4 pm
* Friday, 11/10 from 9-10:30 am
LAS in CU: A Local Internship Fair
Nov. 6th, 3:30 – 6:00pm
Illini Union, Rooms B & C
Click for more information.
Tap In Leadership Academy Is Recruiting Interns!
Champaign-based, academic-enrichment organization, Tap In Leadership Academy is expanding its Afterschool Enrichment Program and is actively recruiting interns to support the program operations and leadership team! Tap In is looking for dedicated interns, committed to promoting the development of its site and Scholars, ranging from elementary to high school-aged. The following positions currently need to be filled:
- Office Assistant Intern
- Accounting Intern
- Marketing Intern
- Executive Assistant Intern
- Enrichment Providers
- Bucket drumming, Step, Hip Hop Dance, Photography, Chorus, No Bake Cooking, or Lego Robotics
For more information about Tap In Leadership Academy, visit tapinacademy.org. Internships can be applied to by sending a resume and cover letter to Jazzlyn@tapinacademy.org.
Interested in technology? Looking for an internship?
Apply for an internship with ATLAS. E-mail Michelle Rome with any questions.
Are you interested in working with children and adolescents in a clinical setting?
PSYC 340-341 is a year-long service learning course in which students intern at Cunningham Children’s Home, an Urbana residential treatment facility serving children with severe emotional/behavioral problems. Youth are between ages 10 and 17 years.
Internship opportunities include:
Teacher’s aides at on-campus schools
Group Home intern
Recreational Therapist intern
Other placements are occasionally available at the discretion of the agency.
This is a year-long sequence. You must commit to taking both PSYC 340 (Fall) and PSYC 341 (Spring).
Find out more at an upcoming information session:
Wednesday, March 8
4:00 – 5:00 PM
Room 21 Psychology Building
Apply here by March 15, or contact Faaiza Khan for more information .