Software Quality Assurance Tester–Located in Michigan Internship

29600 WK Smith Drive

Application Deadline: Closed
Position: Part-time, Paid
Timeframe: 10/25/10 — ?

Pratt & Miller Engineering and Fabrication Description

Pratt & Miller Engineering is a full service engineering and manufacturing company specializing in design, development and manufacturing for the motorsports, automotive, aerospace, and defense industries. Pratt & Miller Engineering currently has over 70 engineers and a total staff of over 140 employees. Pratt & Miller Engineering’s 100,000 square foot facility located in New Hudson, Michigan is the company’s headquarters for engineering, manufacturing, and development. The facility features state-of-the-art manufacturing capabilities in machining, fabrication, composites, electronics, and assembly. Pratt & Miller Engineering designs and builds many of the in-house test rigs required to support their vehicle engineering business.

Pratt & Miller Engineering also has a 10,000 square foot engineering facility located in Mooresville, North Carolina where its NASCAR motorsports engineering group is located along with its wholly owned subsidiary, Corvid Technologies. With a focus on computational physics including computation fluid dynamics (CFD) and non-linear finite element analysis (FEA), Corvid Technologies has a customer base spanning the defense, automotive, aerospace, and motorsports industries in both the private and public sectors. The Mooresville, NC facility features an in-house supercomputer system with the capability to calculate problems with more than 100 million elements. Both facilities are ITAR compliant to support the defense business directly with the Department of Defense as well as prime contractors.

Pratt & Miller Engineering focuses on the digital design and development process utilizing our subject matter experts in analysis and development coupled with the latest engineering software from both commercially available sources and our in-house dedicated software development team.

Pratt & Miller Engineering and Fabrication Part-time, Paid Responsibilities

Software Quality Assurance Tester

Job Description

Project is a application with SQL database. Development is on going and testing is done on a schedule of new builds when necessary.

* Execute test cases and accurately and concisely report both progress and defect status

* Work with team members on indentifying unexpected behavior

* Document defects identified and follow through on change requests and defects

* Work collaboratively with software engineers while participating in the product development cycle

Pratt & Miller Engineering and Fabrication Part-time, Paid Requirements


* Excellent troubleshooting and problem solving skills

* Solid written and verbal communication skills

US Citizenship or Green Card holder preferred.

Candidates must live within driving distance of the company or, for the period of the internship, they must make arrangements to do so.

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


• 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

Networking(Cisco Experience) Internship

20 S. Wacker Drive

Application Deadline: Closed
Position: Part-time, Paid

Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CMEG) Description

The day-to–day responsibilities of this position will consist of performing testing and research into Networking Technologies. The position will help test new hardware that would help build low latent and high bandwidth networks for the CME Group. Preparing test documents and project plans related to testing and research will be a deliverable.

As the world’s leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace, CME Group () is where the world comes to manage risk. Based in Chicago, with offices in New York, London, Singapore, Calgary, Houston, Sao Paulo, Singapore, Tokyo and Washington D.C., our team of more than 2,500 employees has an impact on the global economy every day. We offer:

The widest range of global benchmark futures and options available across all major asset classes; the most advanced trading technology; Industry-leading clearing and risk management capabilities; A relentless customer focus, serving leading investment and commercial banks, hedge funds, proprietary trading firms, pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, asset managers, corporations and individual traders; and,

A great place to work.

With this strong foundation in place, we are looking to continue growing our business in both listed and over-the-counter markets. To support this growth, we are seeking highly motivated individuals to help foster our corporate culture and uphold our core values of leading with conviction and integrity, advancing the global economy, building lasting relationships and acting with ingenuity every day.

We hope you will consider joining our world-class team.

Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CMEG) Part-time, Paid Responsibilities

Please send all resumes to:

[email protected]

Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CMEG) Part-time, Paid Requirements


Must be currently enrolled in school working towards a computer related degree (undergraduate/graduate) preferably Computer Engineering/Computer Science.

June 2012 graduates perferred; may convert into a full-time role.

Knowledge of Networking Technologies such as Routing (BGP, EIGRP, MPLS, IS-IS,) and Switching.

Knowledgeof Cisco Routing and Switching.

CCNA Certification preferable.

Knowledge of Red Hat Linux, Wireshark, Web 2.0 and scripting experience are desired

Must be responsible, dependable and be able to work independently and must work well with others.

Excellent verbal and written communication skills are a must.

Museum of Science Design Challenges Program Internship

1 Science Park

Application Deadline: Closed
Position: Part-time, Paid
Timeframe: 01/18/11 — ?

Museum of Science Description

Museum of Science

Design Challenges Program Internship

Program Description:

Design Challenges is a museum program offering that aims to introduce student’s grades 4-10 and their families to the concepts and ideas of the engineering design process. Through 20-minute hands-on activities, the program supports the museums new engineering and technology initiatives, and aims to link the museums' exhibits and programming in the core sciences to emerging technology topics.

Position Summary:

The Design Challenges Program Intern will work alongside Design Challenges staff and museum volunteers to facilitate and develop 20-minute hands on engineering activities in the new, dynamic exhibit space – the Engineering Design Workshop.


• Interact directly with museum visitors leading engineering education activities.

• Ensure that the Engineering Design Workshop is presentable and consistently ready for visitor use.

• Demonstrate and guide volunteers helping with the program through new activities

• Become knowledgeable of museum resources available to schools and community educators

• Participate in further discussions and development of technology focused museum programming

• Assist in the development of some basic print materials that will be available for download from the program website


• Strong interest and/or background in engineering, science or education.

• Highly motivated, dependable, and flexible.

• Interest and enthusiasm for working and interacting with diverse museum audiences.

• Undergraduate student, graduate student or career changer.

• Students in engineering are strongly encouraged to apply.

Length of Internship: Spring 2011 semester (January/February – May/June)

Work Schedule: 7-14 hours/week, 2-3 days 9am-1pm or 9am-4pm.

Salary: $8 or $8.25 an hour

Special Notes:

Intern benefits include free parking in the Museum garage, proximity to the Green Line, free admission, discounts in the Museum store and cafe and much more!

To Apply:

The Museum of Science seeks to recruit, hire, develop, promote, and retain individuals from racially and culturally diverse backgrounds and persons with disabilities. We strive to create and sustain a more affirming environment for all staff, interns, volunteers, trustees and overseers. We value expertise gained at the Museum and encourage professional development and career growth.

To apply for this internship opportunity in our diverse & dynamic work environment, please submit your cover letter & resume by email to [email protected] – please include the position title in the email subject line.

Check out our website at for up-to-date internship position availability.

The Museum of Science is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Software/Database Development Internship

Bryn Mawr, PA

Application Deadline: Closed
Position: Part-time, Paid
Timeframe: 12/10/10 — ?

Intern U Description

Candidate will support the Director of Engineering in front end and back end development to support our current software as a service. This may include activities such as API development, functions within our content system, advanced logic for our campaign system, and/or updates to our user management system.

Intern U Part-time, Paid Requirements




-AJAX desired

– C++, C#, Java



SQL Server Database Developer Internship

1 Gatway Center, Suite #213

Application Deadline: Closed
Position: Part-time, Paid

tCognition Description

We are seeking an experienced SQL Server database developer to join a development team to design and construct SQL Server software and databases for new applications as well as support of existing applications. This person will work directly with the Data Management team on a day to day basis and be involved as an integral part of the design for each of the applications and reporting needs undertaken.

tCognition Part-time, Paid Requirements

Mandatory Requirements:

· Knowledge of SQL Server database architecture (components and processes of the database) for SQL Server 2005 and above.

· Experience in SQL developing and maintaining stored procedures and triggers.

· Experience with Data Warehousing, and ETL (SSIS & DTS)

· Knowledge of data modeling and database design concepts for OLTP applications and working knowledge of database modeling tools (ERWin, etc…)

· Advanced SQL skills (complex stored procedures, triggers, looping constructs etc.

· Ability to do database and SQL performance analysis and make tuning changes

· Advanced experience with data analysis, data validation and data conversion

· Experience in converting MS Access databases to MS SQL Server.

· Utilize strong writing skills to draft System Support Documentation as needed

· Experience with full software development life cycle; including technical design and specifications determined from business requirement documents

· Ability to translate business requirements into a technical design and specifications

· Self motivated and highly professional with ability to take on responsibility and also to work independently or within a team environment

· Ability to work under pressure and tight deadlines.

· Attention to detail

· Ability to take direction, constructive criticism and work to specified deadlines

· Perform research and analysis for problem resolution using strong written and verbal communication skills to produce System Support Documentation.

Desirable Skills:

· Understanding of SQL Server technology on Windows OS.

· Experience with SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) and reporting technologies.

· Web development knowledge.

· Data warehousing design understanding.

· Data warehouse ETL design and development skills.

· Knowledge of developing with MS .NET

· Familiarity with source control software: Visual Source Safe

· Development experience using SQL Server Analysis Services

Location: Worcester, MA

We will sponser H1B/Green Card.

Architectural Photography Internship

North Weymouth, MA

Application Deadline: Closed
Position: Part-time, Paid

American Family Happily Institute Description

General: This internship is for interior Architectural Photography of residential settings. Only applicants who have a portfolio of *architectural photography work* and who are skilled in *lighting with strobe for interiors* *architectural photography* and *Adobe Photoshop* will be considered. This internship is not for architecture students, or for general photography students who have not had training in architectural interior photography.

You will be completing projects in Architectural Interior Photography, including lighting, shooting, and photo-editing, to be used online, in print, or both. You may also be involved in limited ways in various other tasks in the areas of SEO, PR, and Marketing that relate to the images you create.

Commitment: Minimum 4 to 8 hours per week for minimum of 8 weeks. Those wishing to commit to more hours/week for less total weeks will be considered. Up to 3 full days per week for a semester or up to 5 full days for a mini-session are available for those who need it for course credit.
Onsite/Offsite: Up to 50% or more, of the work may take place offsite if desired. Some onsite work must take place between the hours of 10am and 7pm Monday through Saturday. Some will take place during good daylight hours (9am to 4/5pm).
Onsite location: Some will be in North Weymouth between Quincy center and Hingham center (south of Boston, MA); some will be on-location, throughout the Boston area.

Compensation: This is a stipend based internship. Photographers will earn $50 to $100 per successful shoot including post processing.

Industry: This is an interior design firm.

If you are interested please submit via email to [email protected], the following information:

1. Timeframe, availability, and reason for interest
2. Overview of any previous related experience, training, or skills
3. Resume attached as a PDF, Word document, or internet link
4. Links to any blogs or portfolio sites you have. If you do not have such a site but you have the appropriate skills and experience in Architectural Photography, please submit links to sites featuring work you have done, or, attach no more than 7 screen resolution images. Samples may be student work.

American Family Happily Institute Part-time, Paid Responsibilities

You will be shooting architectural interiors. You will be working alongside a stylist/photographer who will be working with you to style, compose, and plan the shoots and to plan the postprocessing goals. You will be lighting, shooting, and post-processing these images for use in a variety of media. Your supervisor majored in fine arts including photography with a BFA, attended the Architectural Photography course at NESOP, and has supervised or shot over 10 Architectural Interior Photography shoots and hundreds of shoots in other subject matter.

You may also be asked to help out with some photo-editing related work to existing photographs in the company archives. You will not be doing busy work, making photocopies, or fetching coffee. You will be doing real-world work for a supportive, educative supervisor that will value your contribution and serve as an enthusiastic referral. You will have the opportunity to develop a portfolio of completed work in a variety of media and achieve photo credits in numerous industry publications. Although you will be working for a small business it is one that has a high quality internet prescence and print materials, that will create a quality resume line for you. You will be given professional printed copies of any print pieces you are involved with. In addition this is a growing business that may present you with future opportunities.

American Family Happily Institute Part-time, Paid Requirements

Skills must include a minimum:

1. Photoshop, as used for photo-editing, color correction.

2. Architectural Interior photography. You must have taken coursework (at least the equivalent of one 3-credit college course specifically in this subject) or if not, demonstrate repeatable, superior quality images specifically in this area of photography.

3. Use of artificial interior lighting (which must include at least some elements of lighting for architectural interiors) via use of strobes, reflectors, and softboxes. You must have taken coursework (at least the equivalent of one 3-credit college course in this subject) specifically in the use of such equipment or if not, demonstrate repeatable, superior quality images specifically using this equipment.

4. Demonstrable competence in the above via a portfolio of at least 5 images. These may be student work but must demonstrate the specific skills called for above. Note that unless they are supplemental to five images showing the above, it is not helpful to show excellence in images of people, architectural exteriors, nature, still-lifes, etc. However such images, which are supplemental to five images previously referenced, and which do demonstrate excellence in composition or creative vision are welcomed. Images of any subject matters, such as still life, product, fashion, or portraiture, which do demonstrate use of artificial lighting, are welcomed.

5. Your own high quality (Nikon D-70 at minimum) digital camera equipment, laptop, and Photoshop CS2 or above.

Software/Database Development Internship

Bryn Mawr, PA

Application Deadline: Closed
Position: Part-time, Paid
Timeframe: 12/31/10 — ?

Intern U Description

Candidate will support the Director of Engineering in front end and back end development to support our current software as a service. This may include activities such as API development, functions within our content system, advanced logic for our campaign system, and/or updates to our user management system.

Intern U Part-time, Paid Requirements




-AJAX desired

– C++, C#, Java



Web Design Internship

180 Varick Street Suite 410

Application Deadline: Closed
Position: Part-time, Paid

The Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies Description

The Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies, an educational center dedicated to interdisciplinary research and study of architecture in New York City through individualized undergraduate design tutorials, seeks a web design intern for immediate hire.

The Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies Part-time, Paid Responsibilities

Responsibilities will include updating the organization’s website. The internship will last until the completion of the project, no longer than two – three months. Applicants need not have any background in architecture or urbanism.

This is an outstanding opportunity for those interested in contributing to a successful non-profit organization while building their portfolio in online marketing and web programming. We strongly encourage local students seeking to augment their resume and gain professional experience to apply. While we are unable to offer a stipend, we will gladly provide academic credit and references.

The Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies Part-time, Paid Requirements

Ideal candidates
– Current students, recent graduates, or professionals with at least 1 year of web design/interactive experience.
– Independently motivated, thriving off self-directed work and able to see a project through to completion on a tight schedule.
– Detail oriented and well organized, with strong interpersonal, time management, oral and graphic communication and skills.
– Possessing superior knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite applications and Flash, fluency in HTML and CSS, experience with Javascript and PHP, and abreast of current standards and browser/platform compatibility issues.
– Able to commit a minimum of 10 hours per week, either on-site in our Tribeca office or working from at home.
– Reside in New York City in order to meet with the Director as necessary.

Qualified applicants should send cover letters, resumes, and links to online work examples to [email protected], with subject heading Web Design Internship.

The Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies – NY is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. The Institute does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed or gender.

Paid Web DevelopmentFor A Startup Internship

Tracy, CA

Application Deadline: Closed
Position: Part-time, Paid

NVyond Description

This is your chance to join an early stage company and obtain an experience that is unrivaled by any class you will ever take. As a new start up company, we have limited resources, but what we don't lack is passion and creativity. Join our team and be part of a growing company from the start.

We are looking for a talented programmer with experience in web development, software design, coding and debugging. Experience working with Ruby on Rails, Java, PHP, Python or other tools is a definite plus. We are looking to hire an intern who can head up the technical tasks and upkeep of our website.

NVyond Part-time, Paid Responsibilities

• Database design
• Build/add pages to our existing website
• Develop, document and test new features
• Be available to troubleshoot website issues & make updates
• Develop mobile apps for iPhone and Android

NVyond Part-time, Paid Requirements

• Computer Science or Engineering major (any year)
• Strong computer programming background
• Self-starter: driven to take the initiative and find innovative solutions
• Technical problem-solving aptitude and drive for results
• Highly organized, creative individual
• Have IT competency in the following: Iphone, Blackberry, and Google Android platforms