MarketingNeeded for Entrepreneurial Technology Company Internship

4801 Woodway Suite 200E

Application Deadline: Closed
Position: Part-time, Paid
Timeframe: 11/29/10 — ?

Merrick Systems, Inc. Description

Merrick Systems is a leader in developing and providing technology solutions to the oil & gas industry. Well known for its enterprise software used in production accounting, oil field data capture using mobile technology and engineering for surveillance and oil and gas production optimization, Merrick has also pioneered the use of rugged high pressure and high temperature RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) tags and system for use in managing surface, subsea and downhole equipment, tools and pipe. An entrepreneurial-minded company that has seen continued growth over 18 years, Merrick has been nominated for numerous awards including revenue growth as well as business innovation.

Merrick Systems, Inc. Part-time, Paid Responsibilities

Merrick is immediately seeking a part-time marketing intern in its Houston Galleria-area office to assist with finding sales prospects, researching these companies, entering data into Salesforce CRM software, sending appropriate literature to the client and handing off to Merrick’s sales team. The job also requires Salesforce database maintenance assisting in trade shows, and other specal projects. Depending on the abilities and availability of the candidate it could further involve contacting trade journals, helping develop articles, case studies and product literature and may over time develop into a full time position.

Merrick Systems, Inc. Part-time, Paid Requirements

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

• Marketing or sales related experience or classes

• Excellent computer skills

• Strong research skills

• Good oral and written communication skills

• Good organization skills

• Ability to start immediately

Fleet and Logistics – Internship

1021 Main St. Suite 1200

Application Deadline: Closed
Timeframe: 06/01/11 — 09/01/11

Waste Management Description

The successful Fleet and Logistics Intern(s) will provide technical administrative support to the Fleet Sustainability Engineering Group. The ideal candidate will be analytical and comfortable handling large amounts of data.

Project I:

WM collection fleet consists of 90% class 8 and 10% class 7 vehicles. The challenge will be to determine the optimal configuration and size of vehicle (class 8, 7, 6 or 5) we should purchase for future use. The Ideal candidate will be mechanically minded, analytical and will possess an understanding of basic financial principles. Internship responsibilities will include the following:

Ups –

• Analysis of lower purchase price

• Analysis of lower maintenance cost

• Analysis of higher maneuverability

• Analysis of lower fuel consumption per truck

• Analysis of potential electrification ability

Downs –

• Analysis of lower payload capacity

Project II:

WM has about 5,000 yellow iron equipment (e.g. Caterpiller, etc.) Many of these machines are on our landfill. Their function is to spread, compact and cover trash every day. The successful intern's responsibilities will include but not be limited to the following:

1. Compile data from various Fleet and Logistics databases.

2. Understand Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) emission estimation model.

3. Perform data cleanup, analysis, etc. to prepare it to feed into the model.

4. Ability to quantitatively compare year to year results.

5. Document findings including reasons for increase or decrease in emissions.

Waste Management 2 Full-time, Paid Responsibilities

Interacts with and conducts various duties and responsibilities for one or more functional teams in order to develop new skills and learn new areas of the business. Interns gain practical experience, relevant to their field of study, prior to college graduation.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Other minor duties may be assigned.

• Uses problem solving skills, determines problems, and understand fundamental parts of the problem.

• Conducts analysis as directed, and prepares and delivers insights and recommendations based on analysis.

• Synthesizes findings and draws conclusions from analyses and makes oral/written recommendations to supervisor and/or manager.

• Executes tasks directly related to functional projects and/or process improvements.

• Communicates issues and roadblocks related to areas of responsibility.

Waste Management 2 Full-time, Paid Requirements

Currently pursuing Bachelor's degree in technical field of study such as Mechanical Engineering and/or Business degree

Accounting Assistant Internship

2000 DAIRY ASHFORD BLVD. STE. 240

Application Deadline: Closed

OFFSHORE PROCUREMENT & ENGINEERING SERVICES INC. Description

This position is located in our Houston, Texas office.
Our Company has been in business over 8 years and has Offices in the UK,Nigeria and United States.We are a procurement and engineering firm for many global oil and gas production companies.

OFFSHORE PROCUREMENT & ENGINEERING SERVICES INC. 2 Full-time, Unpaid Responsibilities

– Analyze and compare facts and figures, using logic to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions
– Compile monthly financial reports and prepare invoices for clients
– Coordinate organizational and administrative tasks and support payables and receivables

OFFSHORE PROCUREMENT & ENGINEERING SERVICES INC. 2 Full-time, Unpaid Requirements

– Demonstrate working knowledge of computer software packages, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, and MS Word
– Understand finance and accounting principles and practices, financial markets, and banking

Marketing Assistant Internship

2500 Summer St., Suite 3217

Application Deadline: Closed
Timeframe: 01/07/13 — 04/07/13

Ligné Agency Description

Ligne Agency is a full service Public Relations and Business Development firm specifically for the Interior Design industry. Services include public relations, product placement, marketing, brand development, distribution, sales support and licensing.

Ligne Agency's clients are considered as some of the most premier talents in their field, creating unique designs with impeccable vision and execution. Ligne Agency's highly selective client list is representative of their business philosophy – working closely with truly skilled artisans and designers to build their companies into nationally recognized brands.

Ligné Agency 2 Part-time, Unpaid (College Credit Required) Responsibilities

– Research opportunities for brand expansion among outlets of interior designers, architecture firms, development companies and independent advertising agencies.
– Develop and maintain relationships with world-wide retail outlets to push product sales of select clients.
– Compose select articles within quarterly online publication, Ligne Magazine.
– Develop innovative marketing campaigns per client, including but not limited to: direct mailings, social media outlets, charity events, online portfolios and gift packages.
– Write effective copy, excelling in correct spelling, punctuation, and grammar.
– Edit and proof other team members work and provide constructive feedback.

Ligné Agency 2 Part-time, Unpaid (College Credit Required) Requirements

– Proficient knowledge and working experience in Adobe CS5.
– Background knowledge of interior design ideal, but not manditory. Intern will receive extensive training through internship.
– Prefer challenges that involve communication, are people-oriented, promote networking and socializing, and include roles that call for imagination.
– Ability to adapt to fast-paced industry with extensive day-to-day challenges per client.

Engineering Internship

4315 South Drive

Application Deadline: Closed
Position: Part-time, Paid
Timeframe: 04/01/13 — 09/01/13

Glori Energy Description

Glori Energy, Inc is seeking an organized, high-energy Engineering Intern to join our Research & Development team on a part- or full-time basis. Glori Energy’s mission is to sustainably and efficiently recover billions of barrels of trapped oil from existing oil reservoirs. Glori’s AERO™ technology enhances oil well production by stimulating a reservoir’s naturally occurring microbes to release previously unrecoverable oil.

The Engineering Intern will support Glori’s growing Research & Development Department. The ideal candidate has a working knowledge of data acquisition programming, is mechanically inclined and enjoys working in a fast-paced environment.

Glori Energy Part-time, Paid Responsibilities

Primary Duties:

• Assist R&D scientists, under close supervision, in

o Assembling and troubleshooting laboratory instruments and data acquisition programs

o Designing custom data acquisition programs using Labview/G.

o Collection and processing of samples.

• Data collection and organization.

Secondary Duties:

• Submission of samples for analysis.

• Assist R&D scientists, under close supervision, in routine sample analyses.

Glori Energy Part-time, Paid Requirements

Desired skills and education:

• High school degree and current enrollment in a 4-year Engineering program.

• Experience with pumps, valves and associated plumbing.

• Experience maintaining a commercial lab notebook; GLP/GMP experience preferred.

Summer- Information Systems Internship

3010 Briarpark, Suite 500

Application Deadline: Closed
Position: Full-time, Paid
Timeframe: 06/03/13 — 08/12/13

Aker Solutions Description

Aker Solutions provides oilfield products, systems and services for customers in the oil and gas industry world-wide. Our knowledge and technologies span from reservoir to production and through the life of a field. Aker Solutions brings together engineering and technologies for oil and gas drilling, field development and production. The company employs approximately 28 000 people in more than 30 countries, who apply the knowledge and create and use technologies that deliver our customers' solutions.

The Summer Internship is at our Houston office, reporting to the information systems department. It begins June 3 and concludes August 16, 2013.

Aker Solutions Full-time, Paid Responsibilities

• Troubleshoot SAP issues as needed

• Test SAP and integrated systems for patch releases

• Submit, monitor and track SAP OSS Messages and Notes

• Deliver training on SAP and integrated systems

• Develop business process procedures

• Interface between business units and IT

• Work with team on master data clean-up and data load/conversion plans

• Work with team to ensure processes are aligned and/or include integration with Corporate Systems

• Develop technical and functional reports specifications as requested

• Special projects as assigned

Aker Solutions Full-time, Paid Requirements

• Some Oil and Gas experience preferred

• Working towards an undergraduate degree in Business or Information Technology

• SAP knowledge preferred – MM/PM/FI/JVA

• Beginning to medium technical skill set

• Proficient skills in Microsoft Office

Summer- Finance Internship

3010 Briarpark, Suite 500

Application Deadline: Closed
Position: Full-time, Paid
Timeframe: 06/17/13 — 08/16/13

Aker Solutions Description

Aker Solutions provides oilfield products, systems and services for customers in the oil and gas industry world-wide. Our knowledge and technologies span from reservoir to production and through the life of a field. Aker Solutions brings together engineering and technologies for oil and gas drilling, field development and production. The company employs approximately 28,000 people in more than 30 countries, who apply the knowledge and create and use technologies that deliver our customers' solutions. This Aker Solutions' finance team, based in Houston, Texas, is responsible for SAP for the company. The team is seeking a Summer Intern that will assist with various SAP based projects . We need a dynamic employee who can strengthen our team and support our ambitious growth plans within the NAM Region. We are looking for a college student pursing a degree in Finance.

The Summer Internship is at our Houston office, reporting to the finance department. It begins June 17 and concludes August 16, 2013.

Aker Solutions Full-time, Paid Responsibilities

Participate in software meetings with SLS Utilization Manager

Participate in Business Mapping Meeting with SLS Finance

Assist in SAP training with other Business Systems

Special projects as assigned

Aker Solutions Full-time, Paid Requirements

Seeking an undergraduate degree in Finance

ERP or SAP knowledge

Beginning – Medium technical skill set

Project experience within a group/team

Team oriented

Multi-tasking proficient

Can work independently

Customer driven

HSE mindset

Proficient skills in Microsoft Office

Good communication skills

Mechanical Engineering, Physiology, Physics, Writing, Human Resource Development, IT and Business Internship

2101 NASA Pkwy

Application Deadline: Closed

Way Point 2 Space Description

Way Point 2 Space is a commercial space flight training company located in Houston TX offering three levels of participant training. Introductory, sub-orbital and orbital. We are an exciting, fast paced and growing company on the cutting edge of this emerging industry looking for interns to assist the Programs Management Team in the development of the training curriculum which would include interfacing with spaceflight training hardware, training module creation and training procedure development.

Way Point 2 Space 7 Part-time, Unpaid Responsibilities

Interns will have the opportunity to experience some of the training hardware used by NASA astronauts. In turn that information will be used to develop Way Point 2 Space's commercial training modules and training procedures. Interns will work a standard Monday thru Friday, 8am to 5pm week under the supervision of our Programs Management Team.

Way Point 2 Space 7 Part-time, Unpaid Requirements

Interns must be a U.S. citizen and a 3rd or 4th year student with a 3.0 min. GPA

Campus Ambassador Internship

1 Main Street

Application Deadline: Closed
Timeframe: 09/09/13 — 05/01/14

Hustle Promotions Description

Job Summary

Campus Ambassadors are responsible to be the on the ground face and voice of our education based Client. Campus Ambassadors’ main objective is to promote and market the Client’s goals and objectives through campus involvement among fellow students.

As a Campus Ambassador, you will market the importance of pursuing teaching as a profession in conjunction with other on campus event opportunities. Tasks include marketing the program website, encouraging students to attend Campus Events, and being an advocate for the Client’s initiative. Promotion techniques will include but are not limited to conducting speaking groups, on-campus pop-up recruitment centers, tabling events, general campus events, presentations and coordinating social media initiatives. Throughout the duration of the role, you will be paired up with a Regional Manager, that will act as a mentor and support you with school-specific strategies to ensure all Client goals and objectives are met/conveyed.

Program Details:

• Training Dates: August, 2013

• Program Duration: September, 2013 – April, 2014

• Work up to 6 – 10 hours per week with the ability to work nights and weekends as necessary

Hustle Promotions Part-time, Paid (College Credit Required) Responsibilities

Responsibilities:

– Serve as a Campus Ambassador throughout the campus community

– Deliver Client’s key goals:

• Grow percentage of top tier students particularly minorities and those with STEM majors in teaching

• Foster an environment that will enhance students perception of teaching as a career

• Drive traffic and registration to the program website

– Advise students regarding future education opportunities and Client programs

– Promote the Client message and increase company awareness on campus through:

• Increase campus infiltration via on-campus tabling, events, email and social media

• Make presentations to key clubs and social groups on campus

• Identify and actively introduce the Client to campus groups and leaders while building relationships with key deans, professors and students

• Regularly visit the career center and utilize social media and campus websites.

– Promote and execute free Client events and campaigns on campus

• Promote the Client message through campus pop-up recruitment centers, conducting speaking groups, tabling events, etc.

• Use creative methods to attract candidates to recruitment centers, information sessions and campus events

• Drive traffic to the event footprint by passing out promotional literature as well as capture photos and videos during events and submit post event reports

• Host informal gatherings to encourage discussion and community among college students

– Provide daily/monthly feedback on all recruitment tactics including but not limited to, the creation of visual reports showcasing events and campus media takeovers. These reports will include traffic/attendance numbers for all events including pop-up recruitment centers as well as recommendations for improving the program

Benefits:

– Competitive hourly pay rate

– Enhanced leadership, sales and marketing skills

– Build resume with a world-leading education organization

– Help students (and yourself) achieve educational and career goals

Hustle Promotions Part-time, Paid (College Credit Required) Requirements

Requirements:

• Ideal candidate will showcase demonstrated interest in education and teaching and/or plans to pursue a career in teaching.

• Degree focus in either Science, Technology, Engineering and/or Mathematics preferred

• Commitment requires 6 -10 hrs per week

• Currently enrolled in a 4 yr undergraduate program with at least a 3.0 GPA, Sophomore and juniors preferred

• Well connected with campus community and interested in building networks on campus

• Excellent interpersonal skills and strong presentation skills

• Superior attention to detail

• Ability to work independently in a fast paced environment

• Actively involved in student activities/clubs on campus

• Effective at time-management

• Live on or near campus

• Goal oriented and motivated by results

• Sales, marketing or event promotion experience a plus

• Flexibility, willingness to try new things

Campus Ambassador Internship

3100 Cleburne St

Application Deadline: Closed
Timeframe: 09/09/13 — 05/01/14

Hustle Promotions Description

Job Summary

Campus Ambassadors are responsible to be the on the ground face and voice of our education based Client. Campus Ambassadors’ main objective is to promote and market the Client’s goals and objectives through campus involvement among fellow students.

As a Campus Ambassador, you will market the importance of pursuing teaching as a profession in conjunction with other on campus event opportunities. Tasks include marketing the program website, encouraging students to attend Campus Events, and being an advocate for the Client’s initiative. Promotion techniques will include but are not limited to conducting speaking groups, on-campus pop-up recruitment centers, tabling events, general campus events, presentations and coordinating social media initiatives. Throughout the duration of the role, you will be paired up with a Regional Manager, that will act as a mentor and support you with school-specific strategies to ensure all Client goals and objectives are met/conveyed.

Program Details:

• Training Dates: August, 2013

• Program Duration: September, 2013 – April, 2014

• Work up to 6 – 10 hours per week with the ability to work nights and weekends as necessary

Hustle Promotions Part-time, Paid (College Credit Required) Responsibilities

Responsibilities:

– Serve as a Campus Ambassador throughout the campus community

– Deliver Client’s key goals:

• Grow percentage of top tier students particularly minorities and those with STEM majors in teaching

• Foster an environment that will enhance students perception of teaching as a career

• Drive traffic and registration to the program website

– Advise students regarding future education opportunities and Client programs

– Promote the Client message and increase company awareness on campus through:

• Increase campus infiltration via on-campus tabling, events, email and social media

• Make presentations to key clubs and social groups on campus

• Identify and actively introduce the Client to campus groups and leaders while building relationships with key deans, professors and students

• Regularly visit the career center and utilize social media and campus websites.

– Promote and execute free Client events and campaigns on campus

• Promote the Client message through campus pop-up recruitment centers, conducting speaking groups, tabling events, etc.

• Use creative methods to attract candidates to recruitment centers, information sessions and campus events

• Drive traffic to the event footprint by passing out promotional literature as well as capture photos and videos during events and submit post event reports

• Host informal gatherings to encourage discussion and community among college students

– Provide daily/monthly feedback on all recruitment tactics including but not limited to, the creation of visual reports showcasing events and campus media takeovers. These reports will include traffic/attendance numbers for all events including pop-up recruitment centers as well as recommendations for improving the program

Benefits:

– Competitive hourly pay rate

– Enhanced leadership, sales and marketing skills

– Build resume with a world-leading education organization

– Help students (and yourself) achieve educational and career goals

Hustle Promotions Part-time, Paid (College Credit Required) Requirements

Requirements:

• Ideal candidate will showcase demonstrated interest in education and teaching and/or plans to pursue a career in teaching.

• Degree focus in either Science, Technology, Engineering and/or Mathematics preferred

• Commitment requires 6 -10 hrs per week

• Currently enrolled in a 4 yr undergraduate program with at least a 3.0 GPA, Sophomore and juniors preferred

• Well connected with campus community and interested in building networks on campus

• Excellent interpersonal skills and strong presentation skills

• Superior attention to detail

• Ability to work independently in a fast paced environment

• Actively involved in student activities/clubs on campus

• Effective at time-management

• Live on or near campus

• Goal oriented and motivated by results

• Sales, marketing or event promotion experience a plus

• Flexibility, willingness to try new things