Php MySql Web Developer / Designer Internship

3828 Salem Rd Suite #61

Company Location: Covington, GA
Application Deadline: Closed

Digital Cloud Innovations LLC Description

Digital Cloud Innovations LLC is based in the Metro Atlanta Area

Intern position is for a Php My Sql web developer / programer in our company.

Internship is a non-paid on and off site position which can turn into a full time paying position for the right candidate within 90 days.

Internship Candidates should have 1+ years of web application development in PHP, Java Script and MySql skills as well as database design. The ability to handcode HTML is REQUIRED. Candidates must be highly self-motivated, self-directed, and attentive to detail. Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills are beneficial but not as important as the ability to translate functional requirements to technical specifications. Internship candidates thrives in a deadline-driven fast-paced environment and will work closely with the project manager. Candidate should be fimiliar with using Ibackup.com.

Digital Cloud Innovations LLC 4 Part-time, Unpaid Responsibilities

” Experience working on a unix platform
” Extensive PHP programming knowledge, including knowledge of PHP5
” Knowledge of OOP techniques in PHP
” Extensive knowledge of MySQL, including data insertion/extraction, table optimization and database management
” Knowledge of open-source javascript libraries (specifically experience with YUI)
” Knowledge of SaaS concepts, preferably experience with scalable web application architecture and design
” Basic HTML knowledge (W3C Standards-based coding preferred)
” Basic CSS knowledge (Advanced knowledge of CSS2 preferred)

Digital Cloud Innovations LLC 4 Part-time, Unpaid Requirements

– PHP
– MySQL
– HTML
– Dreamweaver

Joomla Web Developers and Designers Needed Internship

5858 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 300

Application Deadline: Closed
Timeframe: 02/14/11 — 05/14/11

Green Lifestyles Description

Would you like to change the world? Wouldn’t we all!!! Today you can make a difference while using yours skills and experience to perfect your portfolio! Here at Green Lifestyles, a 501(c) 3 non-profit, we inform, inspire, involve and invest people in sustainable living. We provide information, advocacy and opportunities for the average person, business, corporation and NGO to become part of greener solutions using our most powerful tool…the media. As a grass roots organization, Green Lifestyles depends on volunteers to advance the movement. We are launching a multimedia website and need web developers and designers with the following skills:

— Solid knowledge of Joomla web development, including the completion of at least one website developed in Joomla

— Experience installing and configuring Joomla extensions as well as customizing Joomla templates

— Strong skills in HTML and CSS

— Basic experience working with images, video, blogs, and SEO

— Solid organizational and communication skills

Experience in any of the following is also desirable:

— MySQL, JavaScript, PHP, XML, jQuery, or AJAX

— the JomSocial Joomla extenstion

— ecommerce/shopping cart systems

— other content management systems

— web design

— user experience

— information architecture

If you are new to the workplace looking for a job and want to have real-world experience as a volunteer, or are a student with at least 15-20 hours a week to spare for an internship, or are between jobs and want to stay relevant, or just feel called to the work we do, please send your resume and a cover letter to: [email protected] Let’s make this world a better place for everyone and leave a mark, not a carbon footprint, that we all can be proud of!

Green Lifestyles 4 Part-time, Unpaid Responsibilities

Working virtually from home you will work with a team of people to develop a multi-media website that incorporates video, Internet TV, eCommerce, mobile, and pay-per-view. You will be tasked with using your skills in technology to develop a socially responsible website the basis of which will be driven by social media. You will need to know how to manipulate a template to provide additional functionality and work with web designers to improve the experience of the viewer.

Green Lifestyles 4 Part-time, Unpaid Requirements

We are launching a multimedia website and need web developers and designers with the following skills:

— Solid knowledge of Joomla web development, including the completion of at least one website developed in Joomla

— Experience installing and configuring Joomla extensions as well as customizing Joomla templates

— Strong skills in HTML and CSS

— Basic experience working with images, video, blogs, and SEO

— Solid organizational and communication skills

Experience in any of the following is also desirable:

— MySQL, JavaScript, PHP, XML, jQuery, or AJAX

— the JomSocial Joomla extenstion

— ecommerce/shopping cart systems

— other content management systems

— web design

— user experience

— information architecture

MASSPIRGfor the Public Interest Internship

44 Winter St 4th Floor

Application Deadline: Closed
Timeframe: 01/03/12 — 05/03/12

U.S.PIRG Description

We all want to make a difference. But too many internships require students to leave their conscience at home. At MASSPIRG, our interns can put their ideals front and center. That’s because interns with MASSPIRG work to achieve concrete, practical changes that benefit the public, on issues ranging from recycling and nuclear energy to campaign finance reform, and from genetic engineering to consumer privacy.

Our staff of attorneys and advocates give interns significant responsibilities. Here’s our approach:

• Working side by side with the staff of MASSPIRG in semester long positions, interns focus on real problems that affect people in their daily lives, whether it be funding public transportation or the high cost of prescription drugs.

• As a MASSPIRG intern, you help our staff develop a program around one or more of these issues. You help study the problem and then break it down into a manageable project, one in which the outcome can be influenced by the right combination of careful research, a smart political strategy, and demonstrable public support.

• While much of MASSPIRG’s work centers on the legislative arena, MASSPIRG takes issues to whatever forum offers the best hope of winning concrete results. We file lawsuits, testify at administrative hearings, and sponsor shareholder resolutions. We do whatever it takes to get things done, often against stiff opposition from powerful corporate lobbyists or entrenched politicians.

U.S.PIRG 4 Part-time, Unpaid Responsibilities

• Creating new policy ideas. The problems are easy to identify, but practical, feasible solutions are harder to come by. A MASSPIRG intern helps our staff survey the current best thinking on the issue and think through the best policy options.

• Devising an effective strategy. Whether a MASSPIRG proposal becomes public policy is often a matter of how the problem is framed for public debate, who is seen to be for and against the proposal, and whether we have made a persuasive case to the public. A MASSPIRG intern helps our staff combine these elements into an effective public interest campaign.

• Conducting investigative research. Facts, figures and examples are the bedrock of any intelligent public policy debate. A MASSPIRG intern pulls together the research on an issue in order to illustrate the problem, and demonstrate the viability of the proposed solution.

• Drafting legislation. The devil, as they say, is in the details, and nowhere more so than in the legislative process. A MASSPIRG intern helps craft legislation and keeps an eye out for unfriendly amendments.

• Lobbying. Whether it is a U.S. senator or a state representative, each decision-maker must be convinced on the merits, in person whenever possible. The style of advocacy employed by the state PIRGs was best summed up by Washington Post columnist David Broder many years ago: “politely persistent.”

• Media outreach. The spotlight of media attention helps to inform the public, offer new perspectives on old problems, and put decision-makers on notice that the public is watching their actions. A MASSPIRG intern works to get our issues and opinions covered by the media, through news releases, press conferences, interviews, ” op-eds,” new Web sites, and more.

• Organizing political support. When public interest proposals meet special interest resistance, public support can provide the push to overcome political opposition. A MASSPIRG intern helps to broaden the constituency for our proposals, assisting in building, organizing, and managing a coalition that works to sway decision-makers.

U.S.PIRG 4 Part-time, Unpaid Requirements

A strong commitment to public interest issues. The ability to frame a debate on your own terms. The ability to engage others, whether one-on-one or in a group. The ability to think strategically. A willingness to engage in creative conflict, to persevere, and to lead by example.

Most MASSPIRG interns are graduate students in law, public policy or environmental studies, but students in any area of study may apply, including undergraduates. Intern supervisors provide ongoing training. Previous campaign and/or advocacy experience is a plus.
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How To Apply

Interested students should submit a compelling cover letter and resume to Gabriela Camargo, Internship Coordinator: email [email protected]

We are currently working to fill positions for the Spring 2012 semester. Applications are being accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis.

MASSPIRGfor the Public Interest Internship

44 Winter St 4th Floor

Application Deadline: Closed
Timeframe: 01/03/12 — 05/03/12

U.S.PIRG Description

We all want to make a difference. But too many internships require students to leave their conscience at home. At MASSPIRG, our interns can put their ideals front and center. That’s because interns with MASSPIRG work to achieve concrete, practical changes that benefit the public, on issues ranging from recycling and nuclear energy to campaign finance reform and government transparency, and from genetic engineering to consumer privacy.

Our staff of attorneys and advocates give interns significant responsibilities. Here’s our approach:

• Working side by side with the staff of MASSPIRG in semester long positions, interns focus on real problems that affect people in their daily lives, whether it be funding public transportation or the high cost of prescription drugs.

• As a MASSPIRG intern, you help our staff develop a program around one or more of these issues. You help study the problem and then break it down into a manageable project, one in which the outcome can be influenced by the right combination of careful research, a smart political strategy, and demonstrable public support.

• While much of MASSPIRG’s work centers on the legislative arena, MASSPIRG takes issues to whatever forum offers the best hope of winning concrete results. We file lawsuits, testify at administrative hearings, and sponsor shareholder resolutions. We do whatever it takes to get things done, often against stiff opposition from powerful corporate lobbyists or entrenched politicians.

U.S.PIRG 4 Part-time, Unpaid Responsibilities

• Creating new policy ideas. The problems are easy to identify, but practical, feasible solutions are harder to come by. A MASSPIRG intern helps our staff survey the current best thinking on the issue and think through the best policy options.

• Devising an effective strategy. Whether a MASSPIRG proposal becomes public policy is often a matter of how the problem is framed for public debate, who is seen to be for and against the proposal, and whether we have made a persuasive case to the public. A MASSPIRG intern helps our staff combine these elements into an effective public interest campaign.

• Conducting investigative research. Facts, figures and examples are the bedrock of any intelligent public policy debate. A MASSPIRG intern pulls together the research on an issue in order to illustrate the problem, and demonstrate the viability of the proposed solution.

• Drafting legislation. The devil, as they say, is in the details, and nowhere more so than in the legislative process. A MASSPIRG intern helps craft legislation and keeps an eye out for unfriendly amendments.

• Lobbying. Whether it is a U.S. senator or a state representative, each decision-maker must be convinced on the merits, in person whenever possible. The style of advocacy employed by the state PIRGs was best summed up by Washington Post columnist David Broder many years ago: “politely persistent.”

• Media outreach. The spotlight of media attention helps to inform the public, offer new perspectives on old problems, and put decision-makers on notice that the public is watching their actions. A MASSPIRG intern works to get our issues and opinions covered by the media, through news releases, press conferences, interviews, ” op-eds,” new Web sites, and more.

• Organizing political support. When public interest proposals meet special interest resistance, public support can provide the push to overcome political opposition. A MASSPIRG intern helps to broaden the constituency for our proposals, assisting in building, organizing, and managing a coalition that works to sway decision-makers.

U.S.PIRG 4 Part-time, Unpaid Requirements

A strong commitment to public interest issues. The ability to frame a debate on your own terms. The ability to engage others, whether one-on-one or in a group. The ability to think strategically. A willingness to engage in creative conflict, to persevere, and to lead by example.

Most MASSPIRG interns are graduate students in law, public policy or environmental studies, but students in any area of study may apply, including undergraduates. Intern supervisors provide ongoing training. Previous campaign and/or advocacy experience is a plus.
———–

How To Apply

Interested students should submit a compelling cover letter and resume to Gabriela Camargo, Internship Coordinator: email [email protected]

We are currently working to fill positions for the Spring 2012 semester. Applications are being accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis.

Creative Projects Internship

139 Fulton Street, Studio 201

Application Deadline: Closed

New York Art Department Description

Hello!

New York Art Department is seeking highly motivated interns eager to learn how creative projects come into fruition. Novice knowledge of Adobe, Excel, and social media platforms (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram) required. Interest in contemporary art and street culture preferred.

This position is perfect for graphic design, communications, public relations, interior architecture, and business majors interested in learning how interdisciplinary creative agencies zig zag between industries.

Day-to-day responsibilities will include assisting the account executive with client development, outreach, design, and marketing, as well as working on-site during events.

This is a rare opportunity to work with New York City's most reputable creative agency. Scheduling is flexible, although we do require a two day per week commitment.

Please send your resume and portfolio or relevant work samples to [email protected]

We look forward to meeting you.

New York Art Department™
@NYArtDepartment
139 Fulton Street, Studio 201
NY, NY. 10038

Web/Mobile Development and Interactive Designers Needed Now! Internship

 Virtual

1500 D Street, SE

Company Location: Washington, DC
Application Deadline: Closed
Timeframe: 09/03/12 — 12/15/12

Uplift, Inc. Description

Uplift, Inc. is a 501c3 nonprofit organization in Washington, DC that provides STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) classes to area students from age 4-25. We offer classes year-round in computer programming, app development, robotics, animation, and more. We also develop learning technology for these same areas.

We are an awesome company with a great culture and are looking for amazing interns to help with various tasks. This one specifically speaks to helping us maintain a great web presence.

Uplift, Inc. 4 Part-time, Unpaid Responsibilities

-Help create interactive games (can be demonstrations for now),
-Help build and maintain company and project websites,
-Help build and maintain flash and HTML5 games/demos/puzzles, and other learning activities,
-Help with some with some of our mobile projects (learning technologies).

Uplift, Inc. 4 Part-time, Unpaid Requirements

-Ability to use or learn how to use WordPress,
-Working knowledge of HTML5, CSS, Javascript, Adobe CS,
-Interactive design skills,
-Excellent verbal and communication skills,
-Creative Team player,
-Great work ethic, responsible, accountable, punctual.

Audioat Boutique Recording Studio Internship

Los Angeles, CA

Application Deadline: Closed
Timeframe: 10/08/12 — 01/08/13

Truth Studios Description

Since 2009, Truth Studios has been trusted to service Major Label and Independent artists by providing recording, mixing and mastering.

Truth Studios is a boutique music recording studio located in the heart of Hollywood, Los Angeles servicing a community of tastemakers, popular recording artists and producers as well as many entertainment industry professionals.

We are currently hiring for the following internship position:

Audio Intern – You will work closely with our staff of engineers to help contribute to mixing and mastering sessions. There is an essential set up to every session that takes time. You will be working hard in an efficient system to make sure our projects are completed by the deadlines. Other duties include support with social media marketing campaigns. Must own a laptop, a copy of Pro Tools and a pair of headphones that you can bring to the studio for work.

Send your cover letter in the body of the email and attached resume in PDF format to [email protected]

Truth Studios 4 Part-time, Unpaid Requirements

– Must love organizing things and making them perfect
– Must be able to pay high attention to detail
– Must have a background in audio engineering with a working knowledge of Pro Tools (No exceptions)

Digital Promise Internship

1731 Connecticut Avenue, NW

Application Deadline: Closed
Timeframe: 06/03/13 — 09/03/13

Digital Promise Description

Digital Promise is an independent, bipartisan 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization authorized by Congress to spur innovation in education for all levels of learners. Digital Promise was signed into law by former President George W. Bush and launched by President Obama. Through its work with educators, technologists, researchers, and leading thinkers, Digital Promise supports comprehensive research and development to improve all levels of education and provide Americans with the knowledge and skills needed to compete in the global economy. One of its flagship initiatives, the Digital Promise League of Innovative Schools, is a national coalition of public school districts committed to digital innovation that delivers results for students. The League of Innovative Schools is made up of 32 school districts and education groups in 21 states that collectively serve more than 2.5 million students.

Digital Promise is searching for part-time or full-time interns to assist with various areas of program support. This internship will give the intern valuable, real-world experience in business development, education technology, and public policy. This is an excellent opportunity a student interested in the nonprofit sector to learn about the ways in which technology enhances education.

To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to [email protected] with the subject line, “Digital Promise Intern Application.” Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis until the position is filled. Top applicants will be contacted for interviews.

Digital Promise 4 Part-time, Unpaid Responsibilities

• Assist staff with research and document writing/editing for Digital Promise initiatives.

• Learn about and assist in planning Digital Promise events

• Attend and report back on conferences attended with Digital Promise Staff.

• Keep abreast of news and current trends in education technology

• Assist with grant proposals and reports.

• Actively participate in Digital Promise meetings and events

• Other tasks as assigned

Digital Promise 4 Part-time, Unpaid Requirements

• Undergraduate or graduate student in relevant field (e.g. any of the social sciences, education, public policy, administration, planning, computer science, engineering or related fields)

• An interest in non-profit work and a positive, hardworking, collaborative attitude

• Support for and knowledge of Digital Promise’s mission and programs

• Willingness to learn from seasoned professionals in the field of education and education technology issues

• Ability to work well in a team and under close supervision

• Intermediate interpersonal communication, writing, editing, and research skills

• Knowledge of general business protocol

• Experience with social media and blogging a plus

• Knowledge of Microsoft Office Software (WORD, ACCESS, EXCEL, and OUTLOOK).

IT/Computer Systems Internship

 Virtual

Company Location: Los Angeles, CA
Application Deadline: Closed

LOBEXS Description

JOB DESCRIPTION:

This position involves leading custom web development throughout the entire project life cycle. You will experience the freedom of building custom web sites using your own leadership and programming skills. Our web developers are capable of full cycle project leadership including application architecture, design input, site layout/user interface, database design/programming, and .NET development.

The right individual for this role will be a motivated and energetic developer who takes initiative, enjoys finding solutions to a varying number of challenges, is detail-oriented, and takes extreme pride in their work. If you thrive by working side by side with one of the most experienced and professional teams in the industry while leading your solutions to successful completion, consider this opportunity as the next level in your professional development.

REQUIREMENTS/SKILLS:

2+ years of rapid web development, using HTML, JavaScript, CSS, ASP.Net, C#, and T-SQL preferred.

Candidates should have proven .NET experience as well as a solid understanding of Object Oriented Design and Programming.

A solid understanding of web application development processes, from the layout/user interface to relational database structures.

Understanding the benefits of SEO and the development skills to support SEO are a plus.

Strong communication and writing skills.

Ability to communicate directly with peers, managers, and clients while leading development to a completed and successful solution.

Strong organization skills to manage multiple timelines and complete tasks quickly within the constraints of clients’ timelines and budgets.

Ability to grow professionally in a highly flexible and fast-moving environment.

Awareness and pride in 100% client satisfaction.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Creation of site layout/user interface from provided design concepts by using standard HTML/CSS practices.

Placement and layout of web site pages given client provided content.

Development of robust and user-friendly .NET-based web applications.

Design and creation of relational database schemas.

SQL Server T-SQL development.

Application/Framework design as needed.

Specifications/Requirements gathering as needed.

Routine daily maintenance of existing sites and applications.

DAILY TASKS:

Assist in gathering requirements and project specifications

Attend project kickoff meetings with clients.

Take ownership of daily project needs and communications.

Communicate project status and deliverables with managers and clients.

Record time daily.

Design, create and program SQL Server databases per project needs.

ASP.Net (C#) development per project needs.

Manage project tasks, timelines, and communication.

Perform routine site maintenance as needed.

Other tasks as needed for successful project completion.

LOBEXS 4 Part-time, Unpaid Responsibilities

– Coordinate with teams to utilize technology to improve communication

– Contribute in improving functionality and profitability for computer systems

LOBEXS 4 Part-time, Unpaid Requirements

– Have IT competency in the following: (Insert relevant terms)

– Understand how computers and software can increase efficiency

– Possess skills in analyzing, formulating, trouble-shooting, and synthesizing

Expedition Logistics Manager Internship

Company Location: Winchester, VA
Application Deadline: Closed

Veteran Resource Network Description

The Veteran Resource Network is a 501(c)3 non-profit Veterans Service Organization. We have several programs including the Troops 2 Truckers (), AdventureVets (), Big River Expedition () and others. We are in great need of a talented Expedition Logistics Manager Intern to assist our team in planning and executing the Great River Expedition 2014, a 1900 mile Kayak training adventure from West Virginia to the Gulf of Mexico. You will be tasked with engineering an improved process for handing the pre-trip, trip, and post trip logistics.

Veteran Resource Network 4 Part-time, Unpaid Responsibilities

– Assist the team with planning all aspects of the 1900 mile expedition.

– Participate in on-line or in-person participant interviews and identify potential candidates

– Provide administrative support to all staff, including, calendar management, organizing travel and events, completing expense reports, and submitting service requests directly related to the logistics of the expedition.

– Manage the order of supplies, meetings, concerts, training, including those using conference lines/ video conferences.

– Demonstrate discretion, integrity, fair-mindedness, and a persuasive, congenial personality

Veteran Resource Network 4 Part-time, Unpaid Requirements

– Possess and exhibit a strong and genuine interest in working with people and the ability to interact at all levels of the organization

– Ability to handle confidential and sensitive information

– Detail-oriented with excellent written and verbal communication skills

– Be an intermediate user of MS office products like Word, Excel, etc.

– Be comfortable working via Skype teleconferencing

– Have worked in an office of some type before

– Be very proficient with using the Internet

– Have a love for the US Military Veterans