Apprenticeship combines on-the-job training and related classroom instruction. Hands-on and theoretical training prepares workers for highly skilled and specialized occupations. Apprenticeship programs are sponsored by individual employer and/or employer associations, or by joint employer and labor groups.
DIGITAL CREATIVE INSTITUTE Digital Creative Institute is a transformative 12-month tech apprenticeship program. We focus on giving early-career talent the necessary skills to thrive in the workforce and providing innovative businesses with highly qualified and productive talent. With the support of the U.S Department of Labor and Texas Workforce Commission, DCI is bridging the talent gap by finding and developing diverse talent.
Below are steps to use Onetonline.org to help students find a project for their internship. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Lz2sZ0F5YV4K9NJFwI59PHeWBVlCpQu4cETP6EQ4p5I/edit?usp=sharing
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service https://www.aphis.usda.gov/aphis/ourfocus/civilrights/agdiscovery/application
Law Enforcement https://ncdoj.gov/law-enforcement-training/criminal-justice-fellows-program/
GSK Apprenticeships-are full-time entry level opportunities that offer high school graduates and first year college students the opportunity to begin their career while working towards their Associate’s degree. This Associate’s degree is fully funded by GSK, which yes, means NO COLLEGE DEBT! Click Link for more information
Virtual Computing Internship at NC State - Apply before April 30, 2022 The Game2Learn Lab in the Computer Science Department at NC State University is offering an unpaid virtual high school internship program this summer starting on June 21 and extending through July 30. Interns will be piloting and co-designing educational tools and software for K-12 classrooms. The interns will start by supporting a joint CS Frontiers project between NCSU and Vanderbilt University, learning computer science through testing advanced block-based educational simulations and programs. Students will then be assigned to teams where they will work collaboratively to build infusing computing programs for 150+ middle and high school teachers across North and South Carolina. High school interns will also be able to attend weekly seminars on computing topics and research practices designed for our Socially Relevant Computing and Analytics Research Experience for Undergraduates (SRCA-REU). This program is targeting current high school juniors, but others may apply. To learn more about the internship, please see the program description here: https://go.ncsu.edu/cs-intern-info. Interested students can apply online until May 22nd here: https://go.ncsu.edu/cs-intern-application. Please contact Amy Isvik (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dr. Veronica Cateté (email@example.com)
Internship at STATProg - Summer 2022 STATProg Inc. is offering an educational internship opportunity for the Summer of 2021. This internship will be located in the WeWork building on Glenwood Ave., in Raleigh NC. One of the services that STATProg offers is the creation of statistical reports for observational health care data. This includes: using scientific research methods, statistical techniques, mathematics, and their application to research analysis to summarize the data collected.
Using SAS, R, Python, or other statistical software.
Using Tableau as a tool to create interactive graphs (no prior knowledge needed)
With the ongoing COVID19 pandemic, the Department of Health and Human Services has released a dataset called “COVID19 Reported Patient Impact and Hospital Capacity by Facility”. For this position, your major duties will include exploring this data. As such you will be
Writing various programs to read the data.
Summarize key variables and create visualizations (graphical summaries).
Write a short report explaining what you discovered in the analysis.
The ideal candidate would ideally have some knowledge of statistical measures such as mean, median. Frequency counts; prior knowledge of SAS or Python is preferable. See websites such as https://www.python.org/about/gettingstarted/ No prior knowledge of Tableau is necessary. We encourage all students to apply. This is a great learning opportunity. Best of Luck! To apply, send a resume with an email listing programming experience in SAS or Python to Dany Guerendo Christian firstname.lastname@example.org Western Wake Farmers Market Internships Western Wake Farmers Market (WWFM) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission of increasing the resiliency of the local food system. WWFM has two new projects to execute:
Developer Intern: WWFM is looking for a developer intern who can help develop portals (ideally three – website, and two apps, on iOS and one Android) for a new local food box business. The idea of the business is to give consumers an option to select local farm goods to be delivered in a box to their door. Customers would select the items they want from a rotating selection of seasonal ingredients. The system needs to be easy for our staff to update – specific items available, farm details, prices, etc – and easy for customers to use quickly and routinely. Intern Requirements: This position requires someone who is fluent in design, back-end development, and has a familiarity of digital marketing best practices. Experience with Wordpress, iOS, Android, Adobe Creative Suite, or Photoshop is great. An ideal candidate has the experience and ability to design and complete functional eCommerce sites that are secure, user-friendly, fast and drive customer interaction.
Developer Mkt. Mgt. Application Intern: WWFM wishes to develop a market management application (iOS input and web interface for reporting) to track market metrics such as customer counts, vendor attendance, vendor sales, weather on market day, etc. The system would be used to make management decisions on which vendors to admit, predict overall sales given variables that drive sales (weather, holidays, etc) so vendors can appropriately plan inventory, justify future capital investment in market site projects, etc. Intern Requirements: This project requires knowledge of databases (SQL, etc), basic statistics, user interfaces (such as Microsoft Power BI, Tableau, Looker, SAS, etc). Knowledge of web dashboard design and interface to mobile data input (iOS) needed. There is no customer or eCommerce interface to this project.
To apply: Please submit your resume along with examples of your previous work, to Jim (email@example.com). Remember, we sell produce. Flashy designs are good for some pages, but ideally, we are looking for designers who don't over design or over complicate user experiences. We aim to produce sites that are clean, easy to use, secure, fast, and effective. Wotter Internship Wotter is a modern athletic swim apparel brand that celebrates female swimmers. We are an early stage company founded by teen athletes right here in Cary, NC. We employ tech crafted materials and unique, female forward styling to foster individual expression, self confidence and lifelong retention of females in the sport of swim. Seeking Swim Interns to support Marketing, Sales and Product Development Spring or Summer 2021 Wotter is seeking enthusiastic swim interns! If you get excited about building a brand that celebrates female swim athletes and have an interest in learning about business from the inside of a growing local start-up, this internship may be right for you. Core activities will support marketing, sales and product pipeline planning. Interns will be lead by a seasoned marketing professional who will help them evolve highly-relevant real world skill sets and exercise creative competencies that help build your college application. Learn more about this internship here. Learn more about Wotter at www.wottergear.com Send resume and 3 reasons why this internship is a fit for you to firstname.lastname@example.org Habitat for Humanity - Summer of Service Internship Program Habitat For Humanity of Wake County is excited to announce our Summer of Service Internship program for high school students ages 16 years and older. This summer internship will offer students the ability to learn the ins and outs of new home construction and renovation with onsite, hands on experience. Students will have the opportunity to build with our team of construction superintendents and AmeriCorps, gaining experience in all aspects of our builds, from ground up! In addition, students will have the opportunity to lead specific construction projects with teams of volunteers to enhance their leadership and communication skills. Applications for this program are online, and are active in the Spring. More information can be found here.
Glaxo-Smith Kline Glaxo Smith Kline's (GSK’s) Apprentice Program offers 1st year college-enrolled students, and recent or upcoming high school graduates, the chance to begin a career with a leader in the global healthcare industry. Program benefits include:
An entry-level opportunity to train and work with skilled industry professionals while earning an hourly wage, yearly increases, time-off with pay, a comprehensive healthcare plan, and more.
The chance to study towards an Associate’s degree at Wake Tech Community College in academics aligned to the specific apprentice role, fully funded upfront by GSK – NO College Debt!
A program of personal development which may include international travel.
All apprentices who complete the Program will receive a “Certificate of Completion” from the Department of Labor. The Program is registered with the state of North Carolina.
We are currently accepting applications through end of March 2019, to fill 2 Logistics and 2 Manufacturing Technician apprenticeships.
An overview of the GSK’s Apprentice Program and the Manufacturing Technician apprentice role can be found on GSK’s website Apprenticeships | GSK. It is recommended that students take a close look at the site, and consult with their parents, caregivers, or educators before applying, to be sure they are truly interested in these 3-year Programs.
The link to apply to the apprenticeships in Zebulon, NC can be found on GSK’s Apprentice Program web site under “our programs”. For convenience, here are the direct links to apply:
This program is not affiliated with WCPSS, the information is provided as a courtesy to students.
North Carolina Triangle Apprenticeship Program (NCTAP) The North Carolina Triangle Apprenticeship Program (NCTAP) is a fantastic opportunity to participate in full-time apprenticeship in one of several local advanced manufacturing companies. The participating companies offer apprenticeships and free college degrees! Juniors and seniors may apply. Check out the NCTAP website for more information including dates for open house visits by parents and students: www.nctap.org. This program is not affiliated with WCPSS, the information is provided as a courtesy to students.
Wake Tech Apprenticeships An apprenticeship combines on-the-job training and related classroom instruction. Hands-on and theoretical training prepares workers for highly skilled and specialized occupations. Apprenticeship programs are sponsored by the individual employer and/or employer associations, or by joint employer and labor groups. Participants should be employed full time by an apprenticeship sponsor while still attending classes.
Receive Nationally-Recognized Credentials! Students who successfully complete the Contren® Learning Series through an accredited training sponsor will receive industry-recognized credentials. Students completing coursework combined with on-the-job training through a registered apprenticeship program will receive Journeyman credentials.
Wake Tech Carpentry Apprenticeships DPR Construction** 2000 Aerial Center Parkway, Suite 118 Morrisville, NC 27560 Contact: Chuck Haskett 919-337-9400
Wake Tech Electrical Apprenticeships The following is a list of companies in the area that have Registered Electrical Apprenticeship Programs. Danco Electrical Contractors, Inc.** 890 Park Avenue Youngsville, NC Contact: Missy Dodrill 919-730-3156 L.L. Vann Electric, Inc.** 833 Purser Drive Raleigh, NC 27603 Contact: Teresa Diaz 919-772-2567 EIG (DPR Construction)** 2000 Aerial Center Parkway, Suite 118 Morrisville, NC 27560 Contact: Alyssa Fenty 919-257-0430
Wake Tech Plumbing and Pipefitting, and Welding Apprenticeships The Plumbing and Pipefitting and the Welding Apprenticeship programs are offered in cooperation with Mechanical Trades Carolina, Union Local 421 (MTC)**. To gain admission to these programs, qualified candidates should apply to Diane Hendricks, the Career Coordinator for Mechanical Trades Carolina, at 843-554-3655. Completion of the CRC Exam with a minimum score of Bronze Level on all 3 Sections is a requirement for admission to the Plumbing and Pipefitting, and Welding Apprenticeship Programs.
LJ Electric** 809 Mount Vernon Rd, Suite 103 Raleigh, NC 27607 Contact: Michelle Whitfield Phone 252-520-7592 Moonlite Electric & Construction, Inc.** 104 Woodwinds Industrial Court Cary, NC 27511 Contact: Jeannette Sites 919-468-8347
Wake Tech HVAC Apprenticeships Newcomb and Company** 3000 Comfort Court Raleigh, NC 27604 Contact: Mike Kendrick 919-862-3000
**Wake Tech does not guarantee job placement with any of these companies. This list is provided as a courtesy for individuals who would like to contact the employers about potential employment and/or apprenticeship opportunities. This program is not affiliated with WCPSS, the information is provided as a courtesy to students.
North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University’s College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences (CAES) is pleased to invite students to participate in a four-week residential summer program for rising high school juniors and seniors. In addition to the benefits of these scholarly activities, students will receive a stipend of $200 upon completion of the summer program and $800 participation scholarship when they enroll at N.C. A&T in one of the many CAES programs.
Gain first-hand experience in research conducted under the direction of the CAES research scientists.
Conduct research projects ranging from animal sciences, biological engineering, pesticide studies, biotechnology, and horticulture to air quality, food and nutrition and international trade.
Gain exposure to a number of structured activities, including field trips, workshops and laboratory demonstrations, and instruction in computer applications, technical and scientific writing and public speaking.