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Summer 2017 Internships with the Alumni Association

What: The Office of Alumni Affairs is committed to providing valuable experience for students through our internship programs in the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. Currently, we are looking for interns interested in accounting, market research, chapter management or events.

To Apply: Follow the link here.

Posted on March 29, 2017 in Internships & Jobs

Summer Internship Program at USC Columbia School of Medicine

What: Summer internship program at USC Columbia School of Medicine in the Department of Pharmacology, Physiology and Neuroscience. Dr. Claudia Grillo is providing an opportunity for two undergraduate students from the College of Charleston to work on a project this summer aimed at understanding the neuroanatomical pathways governing feeding behavior in rats. The students will be trained in stereotaxic surgery, feeding behavior testing, immunohistochemical techniques, and optogenetics. In addition, they will have the opportunity to attend a Microscopy Workshop and visit a state-of-the-art facility for MRI. Housing will be covered, and students will have a stipend of approx. $ 1,000 per month.
When: The internship will be for the months of June and July.
To Apply: Students interested in pursuing a career in neuroscience, and underrepresented minorities are especially encouraged to apply. Please send a resume, unofficial transcript and a short description of your career goals to Dr. Meyer-Bernstein at meyerbernsteine@cofc.edu. Application deadline is April 15.

Posted on March 29, 2017 in Internships & Jobs

Are you interested in being a Math Tutor?

What: Are you interested in being a math tutor?  The Center for Student Learning has position open for the fall.  If you are interested, please go to the site below and fill out an application.
When: Fall 2017
To Apply: Visit the link here.

 
Posted on March 29, 2017 in Internships & Jobs

Wall Templeton & Haldrup, P.A. File Clerk Position

What: Wall Templeton & Haldrup, a law firm located in Downtown Charleston, is seeking a student for the Courier/File Clerk position at our firm. The courier is responsible for maintaining all physical and electronic files for each open matter in our office; running errands to Post Office, local and non-local courthouses, and other law firms and businesses; assisting with greeting clients and visitors; answering telephone when receptionist is out; helping with various projects for attorneys and paralegals. This is a great opportunity for students interested in going to law school, as they will get hands-on experience with legal documents and become familiar with legal terms. Full ad can be found here.
When:
This is primarily a summer position, but, upon review, may transition into a part-time job during the semester. Inquire immediately, as courier needs to go through a training period. Hours are flexible, but we are looking for someone who can work at least 2-3 weekdays every week.
Where: While we have a firm in Raleigh, NC, right now we are only looking to fill the opening at the downtown Charleston location.
Who: Students of all levels will be considered. While this is a good experience for pre-law students, all majors are welcome to apply. Applicants must have their own, reliable transportation, for errands in Mount Pleasant, West Ashley, and beyond. The firm pays for parking and mileage reimbursement.
More Info: This job is posted on Cougar JobLink (ID: 10409), or students can contact Lauren.larymore@WallTempleton.com for more information. Please send resumes and confirmation of personal transportation to Lauren, as well.

Posted on March 27, 2017 in Internships & Jobs

National Rural Electric Cooperative Association Internships

What: Farmers and ranchers formed America’s electric cooperatives more than 75 years ago to secure electricity in order to better their lives. Today co-ops bring that same spirit of purpose and cooperation to the changing needs of a new generation of cooperative owners. NRECA, the service organization for America’s electric cooperatives, works to promote and support co-ops and to champion their business model. This summer, they have a variety of paid internships across their departments available.
Where: Nebraska and Virginia
For More Information: Visit their job page which can be found here.

Posted on February 22, 2017 in Internships & Jobs

Research Project Coordinator Position

What: This Research Project Coordinator position would have you coordinate the day-to-day administration of translational research studies at a new research institute founded as a joint venture between the Lieber Institute for Brain Development (www.libd.org) at Johns Hopkins University and the Sheppard Pratt Health System (www.sheppardpratt.org). The work would encompass technical writing, coordinating study teams, interacting with study participants and working with research data.

Who:  Recent graduates and Honors seniors, especially psychology majors and/or neuroscience minors

When: Inquire ASAP, if interested; position must be filled soon

For more info: see full position description or contact CofC Honors alum Emily Berich ’15 at EBerich@sheppardpratt.org

Posted on February 9, 2017 in Internships & Jobs, Research

Roaring Gap Accounting Internship

What: Accounting internship. Pay is $300 a week with housing included. Also included are some meals. These are based on the meal schedule for all employees at the club. During the height of season this will include both lunch and supper.

For More Info: The contact person for this internship is Evelyn Green (egreen@roaringgapclub.com), CPA, CHAE. She is the CFO for the club. Please do not hesitate to contact her with any questions.

When: End of April to Mid September, but negotiable

Learn More

Roaring Gap Club believes that, as an intern, you should experience the Private Club Industry from every possible aspect.  Working with and observing the following Departments should give an intern a better understanding as to how Roaring Gap runs as a team, united in one goal. That goal is to serve our members with enthusiasm and excellence. 
ADMINISTRATION/FRONT OFFICE
·      Provide the membership with outstanding service and accurate information
·      Assists the CFO with payroll, accounts receivable, General Ledger, and HR duties. 
·      Handles front desk billing.
·      Learn the front desk procedures and assist the front desk attendant and periodically man the front desk. Some of these duties are described below:
·      Learn phone system:  retrieve phone messages, transfer calls, book dinner reservations and massage appointments, set up RSVP lines
·      Be familiar with Local Points of Interest and be able to give members/guest directions to these places:  Vineyards, Mangum Pottery, Stone Mountain Park, Blue Ridge Parkway, Restaurants, etc.
·      Maintain correct balances in petty cash.
·      Tour Club Property and learn location of all Club Buildings and Facilities:  Fire House, Golf Shop, Golf Maintenance, Day Camp, Stables, Lake Louis, Church, Parsonage, Studios, Paddle Tennis Court, Doll’s House, Employee Lodge, Fitness Center/Swimming Pool, Tennis Pro Shop, etc.
·      Receives deliveries from Fed Ex, UPS and other delivery services
·      Sort and distribute incoming mail
·      Collect and post outgoing mail (including overnight mail deliveries)
·      Maintain supply of club information for members:  local movie listings, membership directories, day camp schedules, etc.
·      Perform general office work such as word processing, filing and operating copy and fax machine
·      Keep all pertinent documents and forms copied and sorted:  employee applications, maintenance request forms, incident reports, etc.
·      Learn the sign-out procedure for keys:  Club Buildings, Club Vehicles, Member’s Homes
·      Learn the sign-out procedure for skeet and croquet equipment
·      Read all information available regarding policies and procedures of Roaring Gap Club

·      Make recommendations to CFO for improving the information flow for this department.

BANQUET/CATERING DEPARTMENT
·      Helps the Banquet and Catering Manager with the billing of functions.
·      Works with Banquet Manager to clarify Banquet billing questions.
·      Make recommendations to CFO for improving the information flow for this department.
 
TENNIS
·      Assist members and guest with tennis shop purchases.
·      Helps tennis professional with end of day procedures.
·      Make recommendations to CFO for improving the information flow for this department.
 
INN MAINTENANCE
·      Tour Maintenance Department and familiarize self with layout of area
·      Assist in the inventory and ordering of maintenance supplies:  light bulbs, filters, lamp fuel, gas tanks, etc.
·      Observe interactions with outside contractors
·      Accompany head of maintenance on daily inspection of club property and facilities
·      Review files on club equipment, work orders and warranties
·      Review asset list with Inn Maintenance supervisor
·      Make recommendations to CFO for improving the information flow for this department.
   
GOLF MAINTENANCE
·      Assists golf Superintendent with payroll and accounts payable functions in his department before that information goes to the accounting department.
·      Reviews asset list with Superintendent.
·      Make recommendations to CFO for improving the information flow for this department.
 
DAY CAMP
·      Assist Day Camp employees with the billing of day camp charges.
·      Review procedures for this department in regards to billing and expenses.
·      Make recommendations to CFO for improving the information flow for this department.
 
GOLF SHOP
·      Tour Golf Shop and learn layout of Building
·      Familiarizes self with appropriate dress, rules of play, etiquette, and guest policies and fee structure
·      Assist in the daily sales of merchandise
·      Assist in the billing of cart and green fees
·      Assists with end of day billing procedures for the Golf Shop.
·      Make recommendations to CFO for improving the information flow for this department.
·      Performs other appropriate task as assigned by golf professional
 
FOOD & BEVERAGE-BACK OF HOUSE
·      Tour kitchen areas and learn layout and proper storage of all items:  china, glassware, silverware, cleaning supplies, food products, etc.
·      Assist Executive Chef with daily, weekly and monthly inventory and ordering of supplies
·      Assist in the checking in of deliveries and proper storage of items
·      Make recommendations to CFO for improving the information flow for this department.
 
LIFEGUARD 
·      Read and familiarize self with all rules and regulations regarding the Lake and Swimming Pool Areas
·      Assist Head Lifeguard in the inventory and ordering of supplies:  life jackets, paddles, first aid kits, etc.
·      Make recommendations to CFO for improving the information flow for this department.
 
BAR
·      Assist with monthly inventory of all beer, wine, liquor and bar supplies
·      Reviews with the Club House manager what is an effective inventory management system
·      Assures that the club’s policies and procedures for selling alcoholic beverages are consistently followed in all beverage outlets and at all club functions
·      Make recommendations to CFO for improving the information flow for this department.
 
HOUSEKEEPING
·      Tour Laundry Room and familiarize self with layout of department
·      Assist in the inventory and ordering of needed supplies:  laundry soap, cleaning supplies, studio amenities, etc.
·      Helps Housekeeping Supervisor with payroll and other accounting related duties.
·      Make recommendations to CFO for improving the information flow for this department.
 
FOOD & BEVERAGE – FRONT OF HOUSE
·      Helps with an inventory of dining room items including silverware, coffee pots, water pitchers, salt and pepper holders, sugar bowls and linen and ensures that they properly stored and accounted for
·      Reports all member and guest complaints to the Food & Beverage Manager and assists in resolving complaints especially as they relate to billing items.
·      Works with the F&B manager to resolve F&B billing issues.
·      Works with Joe Curran to resolve billing issues.
·      Submits ideas for future goals, operational improvements and personnel management to Food & Beverage Manager
·      Performs other appropriate accounting related assignments and projects as required by the Food & Beverage Manager
·      Make recommendations to CFO for improving the information flow for this department
Posted on February 8, 2017 in Internships & Jobs

Emergency Medical Scribe

What: PhysAssist Scribes is dedicated to improving the personal and professional lives of physicians by allowing them to focus on what they do best – taking care of each patient. Our professional, well-trained, highly motivated scribes document the medical chart and improve the efficiency and flow of the emergency department, clinic, and hospital floor. We are currently accepting application for full-time and part-time scribes to work in the Emergency Department at Trident Medical Center and Summerville Medical Center.

To Apply:  Contact Recruiter Lynn Marshall at lynn.marshall@iamscribe.com or visit our website www.iamscribe.com

Posted on January 30, 2017 in Internships & Jobs
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