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UBS Financial Services Internships
Website: http://graduates.ubs.com/career/intern/en/
UBS has internships available in Chicago, Deutschsweiz, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Houston, London, Los Angeles, Madrid, Melbourne, Milan, New York, Paris, Romandie, San Francisco, Singapore, Stamford, Sydney, Ticino, Tokyo, and Weehaken. On their website you can search for internships by location, field of work or business group. Available fields of work are client advisory, client relationship management, controlling, debt capital markets, finance, human resources, information technology, investment banking, investment funds, investment management and research, management support and specialized functions, marketing and communications, municipal securities, operations, private client group, research, risk, sales, sales trading and trading. Their business groups include investment bank, global asset management, wealth management USA, wealth management and business banking and corporate center. The UBS website contains details about each internship and the deadlines for applying for them.

Dow Jones Internships
Website: http://www.dowjones.com/careers/internships/index.html
Dow Jones offers four formal internship programs that are usually offered May through August. They also have other internships available from time to time that are listed on their website. Their main internship programs are in journalism, newspaper fund, production and technology. The 2004 technology internship is closed and the 2004 production internship was suspended. Keep checking the Dow Jones website for details of the 2005 programs for these internships. The details for the newspaper fund and journalism internships are as follows:

Newspaper Fund Internship

Website: http://djnewspaperfund.dowjones.com/fund/cs_internships.asp
Position Description: Internships are available in the business reporting program, newspaper copy editing program and the sports copy editing program. The business reporting program consists of a one week training seminar and an internship at a daily newspaper or news service covering business and consumer news. The newspaper copy editing program consists of a seminar and an internship at a daily newspaper working as a news copy editor. The sports copy editing program consists of a two week seminar and an internship at a daily newspaper working as a sports copy editor.
Pay: $350 a week for a minimum of ten weeks. Students who are returning to school in the Fall will also receive a $1000 scholarship.
Time and length: Summer internships.
Eligibility requirements: Must be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate level program at a college or university. You must be a minority (African-American, Hispanic, Asian American/Pacific Islander or American Indian/Alaskan Native) to apply for the business reporting program.
How to Apply: The deadline for the business reporting program is Nov 1, 2004. The application must include and application form, a resume, 3-5 clips of your recently published work, a transcript and a 500 word essay. The deadline for the editing internships is Nov 1, 2004. The application must include an application form, a resume, a transcript and a 500 word essay. Application forms for both internships can be found on the Newspaper Fund Internships website.

Journalism Internship

Position description: Interns will be working in the area of business news and information reporting in one of the Wall Street Journal’s bureaus.
Pay: $700 a week.
Time and length: The internships are ten weeks long, and they are offered in June, July and August.
Eligibility requirements: Must be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate level program at a college or university. The internship is very competitive and usually given to students who have experience from other internships or through their school paper.
How to apply: Applications must be received by Nov 1, 2004. Your application should consist of a cover letter, resume and a dozen clips of your published work. The application should be sent to:

Cathy Panagoulias, Assistant Managing Editor
The Wall Street Journal
200 Liberty Street
New York, NY 10281

EBAY Internships
Website: http://www.ebaycareers.com/university/internship.html
Position Description: Ebay offers internships to students from all fields, but their internships are best suited for those with majors in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Human Factors, Information Technology, Finance and Marketing. Most internships are located in their San Jose office, but they have offices around the world.
Pay: Competitive salary.
Time and length: Internships are in the summer and are usually ten to twelve weeks long.
Eligibility requirements: Must be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate level program at a university or college.
How to apply: You can apply online at http://www.ebaycareers.com/jobsearch/apply.html.

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