General Motors Internships
Position description: General Motors offer internships and co-ops in the areas of business and engineering in the US.
Pay: Paid. Competitive compensation. May be eligible for paid housing and reimbursement of travel expenses.
Eligibility requirements: Must be a full time student registered at an accredited university who is pursuing a Bachelor’s, Master’s or PhD degree. You must also have completed your first year and be able to present evidence of academic achievement and leadership ability. You must also wish to pursue a career in Engineering or Business. For the Co-op your university must have a sanctioned co-op program.
Time and length of position: Internships range from 10-12 weeks.
How to apply: You can view available positions and apply online at the General Motors website mentioned above.
Lufthansa Airlines Internships
Position description: Various positions available in Germany.
Pay: Yes. EUR 550 gross per month.
Eligibility requirements: Must be enrolled in a college or university program for the entire duration of the training period, have knowledge of MS Office, speak German and English, and be able to travel. They are also searching for some specific personality traits which are listed on their website.
Time and length: Positions range from 3-6 months and may start at any time.
How to apply: Visit the Lufthansa website mentioned above and apply online.
National Organization for Women (NOW) Internships
Position description: Internships are available in Washington, D.C. on one of the following teams: Government Relations/Public Policy team, Field Organizing team, Membership team, Direct Mail and Fundraising team, Communications team, Web team, and the Political Action Committee. More detailed descriptions of what each team does is available on the NOW website mentioned above.
Pay: Unpaid. College credit can be arranged.
Eligibility requirements: Interns should be dedicated to women’s issues and feminist organizing.
Time and length: Internships are offered in the spring, summer and fall. Full and part time positions are available. A minimum of three days a week is required.
How to apply: Deadlines for applying are: November 20- spring, March 15- summer, and July 30- fall. Your application must include a cover letter stating why you want the internship and why you think you will perform well in a fast paced feminist environment, a current resume, an application form (available on website), and two letters of recommendation.
You should submit the application and any further questions to:
Karen Johnson, Executive Vice President – Phone: 202-628-8669 ext. 125
National Organization for Women, 733 15th Street NW, Second Floor, Washington, D.C. 20005
Lands’ End Internships
Website: http://www.landsend.com/jobs/internships/current_openings.html– Lands’ End is a direct merchant selling clothing, luggage and home products through the internet, catalogs and inlet stores.
Position description: Positions are available in advertising, business outfitters, corporate communications, creative, design, employee services, facilities, financial services, information services, internet, inventory, merchandising, operations, quality and retail. See the website for detailed descriptions and a list of current openings.
Pay: Yes. You can also receive relocation assistance, security deposit for housing, merchandise discount, access to activity centre (fitness equipment, pool, aerobics, etc), seminars, and training and workshops.
Eligibility requirements: Each area has different requirements that are stated in the description of the position in the current openings section of their website.
Time and length: Internships take place in the summer and range from 12-24 weeks.
How to apply: Resumes are reviewed and interviews are conducted from Oct to Mar and decisions made in April.
Resumes should be sent to: Lands’ End, Code: LECLG, P.O. Box 549262, Suite 276, Waltham, MA 02454