Category Archives: internships

Hire UP: College Recruiting Event sponsored by the Pittsburgh Technology Council

The HireUP College Recruiting Event will be sponsored by the Pittsburgh Technology Council, and will be held at the following location:

University of Pittsburgh, William Pitt Union, Assembly Room (Main Floor)
3959 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Thursday, October 26, 2017
4:00-7:00 p.m.

COMPANIES SCHEDULED TO ATTEND:

  • Bombardier
  • Confluence
  • Dick’s Sporting Goods, Inc.
  • Haemonetics
  • Intervala LLC
  • Lucas Systems
  • Management Science Associates, Inc.
  • SDLC Partners, L.P.
  • United States Steel

To Register: https://members.pghtech.org/ptc/MemberPortal/CoreCopy/Events/Event_Display.aspx?EventKey=FY18HIRE01&WebsiteKey=8480e7db-8b32-457b-bfae-e89410d077b6

2nd Annual STEM Career Fair

At the 2nd Annual STEM Career Fair, STEM students will have a chance to talk to employers about internships, full-time, or summer positions!

Thursday, October 26, 2017
1PM- 3PM
John Jay Auditorium

Partial list of companies include:

  • Atrium Innovations (IT/SCI)
  • CGI (Formerly Summa) (CIS, SE)
  • CONSOL Energy, Inc. (CIS, IT, SCI)
  • FedEx Ground (IT)
  • Geo-Solutions (SCI)
  • Gregori Construction Inc. (IT, MATH)
  • Highmark Health (CIS, SE, MATH/STATS)
  • Internship Nepal (ALL)
  • Rebdev, LLC (CIS, IT, BUS)
  • ServiceLink (CIS, BUS)
  • Sippel Co., Inc. (IT)
  • Superbolt (IT)

Internship for National Cyber-Forensics & Training Alliance (NCFTA)

The National Cyber-Forensics & Training Alliance (NCFTA) is a Pittsburgh based globally focused non-profit corporation committed to identifying, mitigating and neutralizing cyber crime threats. The NCFTA operates by conducting real time information sharing by analysis and subject matter experts in the public, private and academic sectors. Through these partnerships, the NCFTA proactively identifies cyber threats in order to help its partners take preventive measures to mitigate and neutralize those threats. For more information see http://www.ncfta.net.

The NCFTA offers talented students an innovative work experience in a growing sector that will help them enhance their professional development and academic goals. Our program offers paid internships for undergraduate and graduate degree students. It is an intensive 12-week program that gives rising college seniors or graduate level students the opportunity to work in areas such as intellectual property fraud, financial fraud, and malware and cyber threats in order to build knowledge and skills in the intelligence analysis field. The student will receive training and be part of the team from day one. They will be assigned to a manager and mentor to enable them to quickly learn and acclimate. During their first few weeks on the team, they will participate in the internship orientation to become familiar with the NCFTA’s various resources, policies and procedures.

Role of the Intern:

Selected candidates will work on various organizational program initiatives. Duties will focus on conducting research and data collection using various tools and applications as well as proactive research in open sources to produce a finished product for dissemination. The intern will engage in collaboration with NCFTA partners and peers and be expected to participate in program meetings.

Internships with our Malware & Cyber Threats Program are more technical in nature and, as such, applicants with a sound technical background are desired. These duties may include writing scripts to automate processes (e.g. Python & shell/bash scripts), reviewing and analyzing malicious code (e.g. C, C++, VB.NET, Assembly, Java), and creating databases (MySQL, MS SQLServer, Postgress). Students with working knowledge of Mac OSX may have an opportunity to work on special projects.

Required Qualifications:
• Must be legally authorized to work in the United States and be eligible for a U.S. Government security clearance
• Major studies in areas of consideration: International Affairs/Politics/Relations; Intelligence/Security Studies; Computer Science; Information Security; Business Intelligence or related fields. Other majors are considered on a case by case basis.
• Minimum GPA of 3.0
• Excellent writing skills and strong analytical thinking
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office required
• Arabic, Turkish, Russian, Chinese and Eastern European language skills desirable but not required
• Extensive experience with computers and networking highly preferred but not required

Candidate Skills:
While applicants come from a range of academic backgrounds, the most competitive applicants also should possess the following:
• Flexibility and adaptability
• Take initiative and be self-motivated
• Work well with others and have strong interpersonal abilities
• Good judgment and decision-making skills

Locations: Internships are available in Pittsburgh, PA

Application Instructions:

How to Apply: Resumes should be directed to: HumanResources@ncfta.net. Please include:
• Your resume
• A cover letter in which you specify your qualifications for the position and address why you want to intern as an analyst
• Unofficial transcript

IT Security Intern with American Eagle Outfitters

American Eagle Outfitters is looking for an IT Security Intern to work for them June to August 2018. Each intern will be assigned a project to be completed and presented by the end of the internship. A Coach and Mentor will also be assigned to help with the project.

TRAINING OVERVIEW:
• Opportunities to learn about different areas of the business including merchandising, marketing, and stores
• On-the-Job training with assignments guided by an individual Mentor
• Classroom learning
• Individual and group projects
• Roundtables with top level executives
• Bi Weekly self-evaluations to understand progress throughout program
• Pre-planned events around Pittsburgh
• Opportunity for a full time offer into the AEO – IT organization after successful completion of the 10 week internship program

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Students are eligible after they have completed their junior year; First year Master’s students are also eligible
• Information Technology degree with IT Security focus preferred
• Minimum 3.0 GPA required
• Strong organizational, prioritizing, interpersonal, problem-solving, and presentation skills
• Strong verbal and written communication skills
• Demonstrated collaborative skills and ability to work well within a team
• Ability to work in a fast-paced and deadline-oriented environment
• Self-motivated with critical attention to detail, deadlines and reporting
• High degree of proficiency MS Office Suite, specifically Excel
• Must accommodate living and working in Pittsburgh, PA for 10 weeks June-August 2018

Students must apply and submit a resume through the ColonialTRAK website. Applications must be submitted by October 27th.

IT Intern with American Eagle Outfitters

American Eagle Outfitters is looking for an Information Technology Intern to work for them from June 2018 through August 2018. Interns will be strategically placed in a specific IT department at American Eagle based upon skills and business needs. The departments include: Business Intelligence, Customer Systems & Applications, Technical Infrastructure, and Networking. Each intern will be assigned a project to be completed and presented by the end of the internship. A Coach and Mentor will also be assigned to help with the project.

TRAINING OVERVIEW:
• Opportunities to learn about different areas of the business including merchandising, marketing, and stores
• On-the-Job training with assignments guided by an individual Mentor
• Classroom learning
• Individual and group projects
• Roundtables with top level executives
• Bi Weekly self-evaluations to understand progress throughout program
• Pre-planned events around Pittsburgh
• Opportunity for a full time offer into the AEO – IT organization after successful completion of the 10 week internship program

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Students are eligible after they have completed their junior year; First year Master’s students are also eligible
• Preferred majors include an Information Technology related degree – Computer Engineering, Info Technology Leadership, etc.
• Minimum 3.0 GPA required
• Strong organizational, prioritizing, interpersonal, problem-solving, and presentation skills
• Strong verbal and written communication skills
• Demonstrated collaborative skills and ability to work well within a team
• Ability to work in a fast-paced and deadline-oriented environment
• Self-motivated with critical attention to detail, deadlines and reporting
• High degree of proficiency MS Office Suite, specifically Excel
• Must accommodate living and working in Pittsburgh, PA for 10 weeks June-August 2018

Students must apply and submit a resume through the ColonialTRAK website. Applications must be submitted by November 30th.

IT Services Intern for Grant Street Group

Job Description:

As an IT Services intern, you’ll have the opportunity to problem solve user level desktop and network support issues with our team of full-time IT professionals. One minute you’ll be troubleshooting a new technology tool and the next minute you’ll be climbing a ladder and under a desk to get our equipment where it needs to be. You’ll be a friendly face in the office to help work on the support queue, and you’ll take on several projects to improve upon your professional skills and make a lasting impact at Grant Street Group.

Qualifications:

You will gain experience in a variety of areas, such as:

Assisting users with desktop support issues for both Macs and PCs.
Researching solutions on software help desk tickets.
Troubleshooting and testing changes to network configurations.
Assisting a group of IT support professionals on project tasks.
Assisting in mobile device support for Apple and Android operating systems.
If this sounds like you, we’re excited for you to apply using the link below and begin your career with us.

Campus Mainframe Associate Program with BNY Mellon

Job Descriptions:

The CMA Program is BNY Mellon’s effort to replenish our Mainframe talent by collaborating with targeted schools and providing a robust training program for our associates. The jobholder receives both specific, on-the-job training and classroom/e-learning plus professional exposure and mentoring from industry experts. The program is designed to build upon our associates’ academic background with real life work experiences to make an impact in a technical area of extreme importance to the financial industry.

Qualifications:

What Are We Looking For?

To be considered, candidates must possess a Bachelor’s degree or relevant certification in a systems or mainframe-based curriculum from a school nationally recognized for its curriculum strength, with the demonstration of academic outperformance. Relevant industry or internship experience demonstrating leadership and significant technical accomplishments is essential. Excellent analytical and problem solving skills are necessary, as is the ability to multi-task, communicate effectively, and work independently. S/he must also have strong oral and written communication skills.

The ideal candidate will possess a strong understanding of some or all of the following technical skill sets:
• General understanding of basic Mainframe function – storage, processing, etc.
• COBOL – batch & CICS
• SQL
• Oracle
• DB2
• MQSeries
• HTML
• XML
• UNIX/Linux
• JCL