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AFRL Scholars Program
Internship Locations:
• Kirtland AFB, in Albuquerque, New Mexico
• Eglin AFB, in Valparaiso, Florida
• AFRL Maui Optical and Supercomputing Site (AMOS), in Maui, Hawaii

Apply Now! The Summer 2016 application deadline is January 19, 2016
The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) is looking for students in all academic levels interested in joining scientists and engineers on cutting-edge research and technology that directly supports our Nation’s defense.

The AFRL Scholars Program is a unique opportunity for students interested in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) to gain valuable hands-on experience and contribute to research-based projects. Graduate interns are also able to collaborate with AFRL on current research and incorporate the research into their graduate work.
Who can apply:
• Upper-level high school students
• Undergraduate students
• Graduate and doctoral-level students
• K-12 professional educators supporting STEM (at select locations)

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Operations Technician Intern
Company Name: Williams
Approx. hrs. / week 20
Days of week 3-5

Closing Date: 12/3/2015

Position Description and Qualifications
Williams is looking for a student from the San Juan College School of Energy who is interested in an internship with Williams while continuing their education.
Purpose & Scope:
Through an internship with Williams, the student can apply subject knowledge learned in the Industrial Processor Operator Program, Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Program, Controls Technology Program, and/or the Natural Gas Compression Program to the workplace environment and develop technical and interpersonal skills under the direction of experienced Williams Four Corners professionals.

The training provided in the internship program will include instruction in some or all of the following natural gas gathering and processing disciplines: measurement, dehydration, corrosion, compression, pipeline construction, production, equipment maintenance, process operations, safety, and environmental regulations.

Specific training provided to the trainees will be dependent on individual trainee assignments. Training provided through the Internship Program will include a combination of on the-job and computer-based instruction, and will be consistent with training that is provided to all Williams’ trainees.

Williams may retain flexibility in assignments as its business needs may dictate. Training locations will be determined by Williams, at Williams’ discretion, but will generally be based on Williams’ operational needs, and availability of interns and training materials.

The duration of individual internship program will reflect the duration of the student’s education program and during the summer. In the event Williams does not elect to offer full employment to the intern at the end of the internship program, the intern relationship shall end, and the position may be filled by a new intern.

Eligibility & Qualifications:
• Student must have been accepted into one of the following programs at SJC: Industrial Processor Operator Program, Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Program, Controls Technology Program, & Natural Gas Compression Program.
• Have an overall grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale – the student must also maintain a semester GPA of 2.5 or higher to continue the program
• Have good class standing – No academic probation accepted.

How to Apply
Please apply online at this link:

or go to and search for job req # 63242

Campus Manager
Company Name: StudySoup
Approx. hrs. / week 5
Days of week
Salary Range $12.00

Closing Date: 1/31/2016

Position Description and Qualifications
StudySoup Campus Managers are mentored through the process of brainstorming, planning and executing marketing campaigns to recruit students to promote the StudySoup brand. The internship starts with an intensive orientation process, where interns are introduced to the company and the position. Interns learn best practices to engage students, and together in a team with other students to brainstorm, execute, and gauge the success of various marketing campaigns. StudySoup Campus Managers also have the unique opportunity to work directly with the administrative staff of StudySoup, and learn about all of the different components of starting and operating a start-up company. >> Meet our founders in this video:

StudySoup Campus Managers are dedicated, organized, and hard-working individuals. Engaging personalities and a willingness to absorb and apply new techniques to engage students are musts. Campus Managers must have great personal organization skills in balancing internship expectations with schoolwork. Students who are passionate about raising a brand from the ground up, are able to meet and exceed expectations, and are excited about the opportunity to work in a start-up environment are great candidates!

How to Apply