College of Business + Information TechnologyInternships and Scholarships

 

INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Job Title: IT Summer Intern

Company: Alliance Inspection Management (AiM)

Experience: n/a

Salary: $15 per hour

Location: Farmington Hills, MI

Alliance Inspection Management (AiM)is the premier new and pre-owned vehicle inspection partnership in North America that combines breakthrough technology with deep industry experience to provide a trustworthy, independent bridge between buyers and sellers. We offer a comprehensive range of vehicle inspection services to verify the condition of new, off-lease and fleet vehicles and other properties at vehicle assembly plants, rail yards, ports, customers’ homes, dealers and auctions.

Due to its success and excellent service, AiM is rapidly growing and its Information Technology Division now seeks Summer Interns that will help support departmental goals and initiatives.  You’ll learn about the company and its culture, the industry, and various job roles in Information Technology.

The candidate(s) will have the opportunity to interact with multiple levels of the AiM organization. The role requires a detailed oriented individual that thrives in a fast-paced environment and enjoys multi-tasking.

AiM offers a fast paced and exciting work environment that encourages an entrepreneurial spirit and outside the box thinking

Essential Job Functions:

  1. Analyze information processing, computer equipment and system requirement needs.

  2. Work with existing IT staff in providing assistance in software development, creating test plans and other project direction.

  3. Contribute to the success of existing software and services, utilizing a wide range of programming languages and frameworks (Node.js, Angular.js, Python, .net/VB/C#, Java, SQL, PL/SQL)Special Projects

  4. Unit test all developed modules

  5. Help research and troubleshoot programming issues as they are identified through QA

  6. Other duties may be assigned

Supervisory Responsibilities:

Has no supervisory responsibility, provides basic work direction usually one-on-one  

Minimum Qualifications/Requirements:
Applicants should have excellent analytical and math skills, with the ability to work in teams. We are looking for people with a degree in computer science, Information Technology, Business, Project Management, Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, Data Science or other degrees but with related experience. 

Required Skills:

  • Job Knowledge and Skill:
    Excellent time management skills with the ability to multi-task and prioritize day-to-day responsibilities; Detail oriented, highly focused and very organized; Ability to maintain a high level of energy and enthusiasm; Excellent teamwork skills with the ability to establish and maintain positive and effective working relationships

  • Education, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations:
    Must be currently enrolled in a Bachelor's Degree program at an accredited institution having completed your Sophomore year or later. Preferred area of study should be Information Technology, Engineering or Mathematics

  • Computer Skills:
    Working knowledge of power point, word processor, spreadsheet, other PC applications, ability to adapt to new technology as it becomes available.

  • Communication Skills:
    Ability to excel in a team environment required. Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills

  • Analytical Skills:
    Strong analytical skills required with strong attention to detail and accuracy. Ability to source, disseminate and properly apply secondary research

Compensation:

  1. $15 Hourly/non-exempt

All offers would be made conditional upon passing a background check.  AiM provides equal employment opportunity without regard to an applicant’s race, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, religion, or veteran status.

Applicants with disabilities may be entitled to reasonable accommodation under the terms of the Americans with Disabilities Act and certain state or local laws. A reasonable accommodation is a change in the way things are normally done which will ensure an equal employment opportunity without imposing undue hardship on AiM. Please inform us if you need assistance completing any forms or to otherwise participate in the application process.

 To comply with Federal law, Alliance Inspection Management LLC, participates in E-Verify.

Job Title: Intern - Business Support Internship

Company: Veronica Todd Realty

Experience: n/a

Salary: n/a

Location: Highland Park, MI

“Rebuild Detroit One Property At A Time” Real estate is my passion, being a high achiever and knowledgeable about real estate is my statue. My role as a broker, interior architect and property manager has given me years of experience needed to move forward to the next exciting level in my real estate career. The team that has been established is to help reform Michigan real estate property beyond the next dimension; we will “Rebuild Detroit One Property At A Time” ...

Job Title: Intern - Sales Intern

Company: Yellow Flag Productions

Experience: n/a

Salary: n/a

Location: Southfield, MI

Need an internship to graduate? Yellow Flag Productions is looking for a Sales Intern. If need be, the internship can be structured for a 9 week internship. Contact Margaret Pierce at mpierce@ltu.edu

Job Title: Intern - Business Support Internship

Company: Veronica Todd Realty

Experience: n/a

Salary: n/a

Location: Highland Park, MI

“Rebuild Detroit One Property At A Time” Real estate is my passion, being a high achiever and knowledgeable about real estate is my statue. My role as a broker, interior architect and property manager has given me years of experience needed to move forward to the next exciting level in my real estate career. The team that has been established is to help reform Michigan real estate property beyond the next dimension; we will “Rebuild Detroit One Property At A Time” ...

Job Title: Intern - Social Media Manager

Company: Veronica Todd Realty

Experience: n/a

Salary: n/a

Location: Highland Park, MI

“Rebuild Detroit One Property At A Time” Real estate is my passion, being a high achiever and knowledgeable about real estate is my statue. My role as a broker, interior architect and property manager has given me years of experience needed to move forward to the next exciting level in my real estate career. The team that has been established is to help reform Michigan real estate property beyond the next dimension; we will “Rebuild Detroit One Property At A Time” ...

Job Title: Intern - Business Support Internship

Company: Veronica Todd Realty

Experience: n/a

Salary: n/a

Location: Highland Park, MI

“Rebuild Detroit One Property At A Time” Real estate is my passion, being a high achiever and knowledgeable about real estate is my statue. My role as a broker, interior architect and property manager has given me years of experience needed to move forward to the next exciting level in my real estate career. The team that has been established is to help reform Michigan real estate property beyond the next dimension; we will “Rebuild Detroit One Property At A Time” ...

Job Title: Intern - Program Control

Company: General Dynamics Land Systems

Experience: 1 to 20 years

Salary: Full Time

Location: Sterling Heights, MI

The General Dynamics Land Systems Intern Program provides an opportunity for students looking to start or continue transition from academia into industry. Our three month internship assignments provide compensation based on area of study and class standing, have the students embedded in key functional areas of our business...

 

Job Title: Intern - Contracts

Company: General Dynamics Land Systems

Experience: 1 to 20 years

Salary: Full Time

Location: Sterling Heights, MI

The General Dynamics Land Systems Intern Program provides an opportunity for students looking to start or continue the transition from academia into industry. Our three month internship assignments provide compensation based on area of study and class standing, and have the students embedded in key functional areas of our b...

 

Job Title: Intern - Electrical Engineering

Company: General Dynamics Land Systems

Experience: 1 to 20 years

Salary: Full Time

Location: Sterling Heights, MI

The intern will be working with the System Integration Laboratory (SIL) engineers performing functions that include design of electronic circuits, functions, and subsystems necessary to evaluate and test products at the subsystem and system level. They are responsible to design and implement hardware and software interfaces...

 

Job Title: Intern - Systems Engineering

Company: General Dynamics Land Systems

Experience: 1 to 20 years

Salary: Full Time

Location: Sterling Heights, MI

The General Dynamics Land Systems Intern Program provides an opportunity for students looking to start or continue the transition from academia into industry. Our three month internship assignments provide compensation based on area of study and class standing and have the students embedded in key functional areas of our bu...


SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

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Details

Scholarship Name: Shapiro Negotiations Institute’s Scholarship for Emerging Leaders

Award Amount: $1,000

Deadline: September 1, 2019


Make A Video

  • To enter, post a creative video on the following topic:

    • Why are negotiation skills so important in business and in life?
    • You can use personal examples, professional experience, negotiation tactics, research, or anything that will sell us on why you should receive this scholarship.

    Videos must be uploaded to YouTube and the link to your video should be submitted with your final application. For consideration you must follow these guidelines:

    Include the hashtag #SNIscholarship in the description box.



Applicant Eligibility Requirements

  • Applicants required to submit a video (see “Make a Video” section for details)
  • Open to high school seniors or current undergraduate students who are legal residents of the United States
  • All scholarship inquiries and questions can be sent to outreach@shapironegotiations.com.

See full Official Rules before applying. Carefully read all scholarship requirements. Any entry that does not meet the scholarship requirements will be rejected and no notification will be given to the applicant. Content must be original and not taken from any other sources. Application must be submitted by clicking the “Apply now” button below. Incomplete applications will not be accepted. Paper forms are not accepted and will be ignored. Please do not contact by phone, all inquiries must be done by email. 

**Please note that applications open August 1, 2019. Until then the Apply Now button below will not be operational.

Scholarship recipients will be chosen by a selection committee based on an overall assessment of academic promise, character, leadership, work ethic, community service, school involvement, and the applicant's career/college major fit.







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Nordson BUILDS Scholarship Program (Nordson BUILDS):
Building Success in Education and Career

Last year over 150 students nationwide were awarded Nordson BUILDS Scholarships which range from $2,000 to $10,000.  Please help spread the word about this great opportunity to students at your institution.

  • These scholarships are targeted at students whose permanent residence, college, or university is located near a Nordson facility.  Your institution has been identified as being near one of these facilities therefore your students may be eligible to apply.
  • Eligible students seeking bachelor’s degrees must have at least 3.0 cumulative GPA.  Associate’s degree and certificate seeking students must have at least 2.7 cumulative GPA. 
  • Eligible majors include Engineering (Electrical, Mechanical, Industrial, and Software), Engineering Technology, Machining, Manufacturing Operations, Supply Chain Management, Business, Marketing, Accounting, Finance, Industrial Management, Information Technology, and engineering-related STEM majors leading to a career in industry.
  • Eligible students will be planning on pursuing careers in the manufacturing industry and corporate America (as demonstrated through essays within the application). 
  • Scholarships ranging from $2,000 to $10,000 will be awarded to students enrolled in accredited public or private not-for-profit postsecondary institutions.

Deadline: May 15, 2019

Scholarship recipients will be chosen by a selection committee based on an overall assessment of academic promise, character, leadership, work ethic, community service, school involvement, and the applicant's career/college major fit.



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ISACA Detroit is currently accepting registrations for their 6th Annual Cybersecurity Scholarship Competition. This competition is designed to enrich the experience of students by providing them a “real world” experience. The competition consists of a case study where contestants work on a case study and present their conclusions to a panel of industry professionals who will play the role of potential future employers.

The contestants not only have an excellent chance to win some cash, but the 1st place university also earns the right to display the ISACA Detroit trophy (just like a Stanley Cup) for the next year. So, let the competition begin.

This year the competition will start on March 8, 2019 at 6 pm and end on March 10, 2019 around 4 pm. Registration deadline is March 4, 2019 at 4 pm. Registration link is: http://www.cvent.com/d/7bqbwx/4W

The format of the competition is as follows:

• You are free to form a team. It is recommended that the team is of two students, one with a background of IT auditing or assurance, and the second with a background of IT Security/cyber security.

• A university can send multiple teams to the competition.

• Teams will be competing for three scholarships: 1st place is $4,000, 2nd place is $2,500 and 3rd place is $1,500. The winners will get a certificate and the 1st place team university will get the “ISACA Detroit Cup”. And of course, all participants will get honorable mention on ISACA’s website and their monthly newsletter and one-year membership to ISACA Detroit Chapter.

• Like last year, it is also possible that the judges give out more than one 1st place, 2nd place and 3rd place awards. One year, we had two teams getting 1st place award of $4,000 each and two teams getting 3rd place award of $1,500 each.

• Teams will be issued a case study at 6 pm on March 8, 2019. Teams will be expected to work on the case study until 12 noon of March 10, 2019. At that time, the teams will present their report to the judges. This year, the presentation will be held at Baker College – Auburn Hills campus. The winners will be announced after all the teams have presented (around 3 pm on March 10, 2019).

• The case study will be made available on March 8, 2019 at 6 pm via email.

scholarship

The Michigan Council of Women in Technology Foundation (MCWT) is pleased to announce its scholarship program for the 2019-2020 academic year. MCWT Foundation is offering scholarship opportunities for technology-focused high school seniors, GET-IT club high school seniors, and women who will be enrolled full-time in college-level courses for the 2019-2020 academic year at a Michigan college or university.

Follow link for more information and to apply: https://mcwt.smapply.io/prog/2019_MCWT_scholarship/

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