Redmond Internship Opportunities
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Beulah's PlaceWebsite:    www.beulahsplace.org
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Social Media/Marketing Research1High School or College
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
12/15/2017Unpaid2-5 hrs - Flexible
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
YesYesYes
Description
1. Gathering information from the Internet to create various list necessary to our marketing & fundraising needs. 2. Elevating out social media presence on Facebook, Instragram and youTube.
Educational Aspect
1. Teach the working of a nonprofit organization. 2. Will give parameters of lists needed 3. Will provide instructions on what will be needed for the media presence.
Further Requirements
- Supervisor is hugely allergic to smoke, pot and vaping smells. If student engages In any of these they need "Fresh" clothes to work in. Same with heavy perfumes. - Intern has experience w/ Facebook, Instagram and youTube. Intern needs to know how to use google, etc.
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Cove Palisades Resort and MarinaWebsite:    http://covepalisadesresort.com/
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Intern - Member of Dock Crew3High School (17/18)
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
Open$10.25 with opportunity of advancementMinimum of 30
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
No PreferenceNoNo
Description
Operation of rental equipment, customer service and general labor
Educational Aspect
Operation of watercraft, customer service, general business principles, teamwork
Further Requirements
Oregon Boating License: The boaters license. is something needed in order to drive all boats over 10 horsepower. It will be something interns will need to get, but it is not necessarily a pre-requisite. It is a test to take online. Once received it has no expiration date. Here is the website: http://www.oregon.gov/OSMB/boater-info/Pages/Internet-Courses.aspx The free version is the BoatUS Foundation.
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Diamond Refrigeration, LLCWebsite:    www.diamondrefrigeration.net
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Service Technician Intern1High School (17/18)
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
6/25/2018$11.0020-30
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
YesYes
Description
Preventative maintenance work, cleaning HVAC units, checking overall operation of the equipment in the restaurant, being a hand for the technicians and has the potential to turn out as a technician in about 5 years.
Educational Aspect
Customer service relations, diagnosing skills, HVAC&R service tech training.
Further Requirements
Anyone interested in this would need to pass a drug screening, have a good driving record, be safety orientated, be able to lift more than 50lbs and be able to climb ladders.
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Discover Your ForestWebsite:    http://discoveryourforest.org/
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Groundskeeper, Native Plant Gardener, Grounds Crew Coordinator Internship1Age requirement: 16-30 years and veterans up to 35 years of age. • HS Diploma or equivalent. Enrolled in an undergraduate program, graduate program, or a recent graduate (2016, 2017, or 2018) of Biology, Education or related field, or equivalent.
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
Internship duration: 640 hours and then intern will receive 2-Year non-competitive status hiring authority. $250 per 40 hours. $4,000 stipend total.40
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
NoNoNo
Description
Essential Functions: The Deschutes NF Native Plant Gardener Intern will work on helping the Deschutes National Forest connect people with nature through the use of the pollinator living lab - grassland. The Deschutes NF Native Plant Gardener Intern will allow us to have a fresh perspective on ways we can engage current visitors and future constituents of the environment. The Intern will also help us in focusing on how the work on the native grassland and living lab helps us to connect with local community and nature. The intern will initially: • Assist with exotic species control/removal. • Operate and maintain in good working order related tools, equipment, and vehicles used for grounds maintenance. • Assists with management of native plant landscaping, including maintenance and restoration of the front meadow. • Assists with maintenance and activities associated with field preparation for restoration. • Maintains office grounds, about 5 acres of native plants and parking. • Participates in outdoor lab days and volunteer work days as necessary. Responsibilities and Scope: • Complete project(s) to enhance the Deschutes National Forest connection to the local community. • Assist in youth outreach, including local elementary and middle school science programs, local high school environmental club, and volunteers. • Assist in developing tables and interpretive activities for outreach events and onsite events. • Work with Deschutes National Forest invasive control staff on-site and on adjacent partner agency sites on invasive survey work. Minimum Qualifications: • HS Diploma or equivalent. Enrolled in an undergraduate program, graduate program, or a recent graduate (2016, 2017, or 2018) of Biology, Education or related field, or equivalent. • This position requires a valid driver's license. • Employment in this position will be contingent upon completion of a USFS driver’s license requirements, which may include a review of the prospective employee's motor vehicle record. • Experience with effective communication via written, spoken, and graphical means. • Experience working with youth in an outdoor setting. Desired Qualifications: • Coursework/training and/or experience in designing interpretive and volunteer programs • Coursework/training and/or experience in current trends and practices in conservation, land management and nature resource preservation • Experience working independently and meet deadlines • Strong organizational skills
Educational Aspect
Further Requirements
To apply or learn more about this opportunity, please contact Stacey Cochran, Discover Your Forest Community Engagement Director at 541-383-5530 or send a resume and cover letter to Stacey.cochran@discovernw.org. 21st Century Conservation Service Corps is an opportunity for an individual(s) between the ages of 16 and 30 years old (inclusive), and veterans up to 35, engaged as a crew member or intern through an organization that operates in partnership with the Forest Service, each participant will be paid a stipend of $250 per 40 hours served and has the option to gain credit as an intern or other definition through their academic institution. Working toward 640 hours of conservation or related service, of which at least 120 hours take place on an appropriate Forest Service project. Upon completion of the program, candidates have a 2-Year window of eligibility for non-competitive hiring status. Noncompetitive hiring status means the ability to apply and be considered for vacancies within the Forest Service without competitive examination or competing with career or career-conditional employees under internal merit staffing procedures for any position which eligible. Candidates applying under this authority are considered with other non-competitive candidates.
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Discover Your ForestWebsite:    http://discoveryourforest.org/
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Rangeland and Wild Horse Internship1This internship is a 21st Century Conservation Service Corps (21CSC) Internship. Age requirement: 16-30 years and veterans up to 35 years of age. Internship duration: 640 hours and then intern will receive 2-Year non-competitive status hiring authority.
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
6/19/2018$250 per 40 hours. $4,000 stipend total.40
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
No PreferenceNoNo
Description
The Ochoco National Forest is seeking one intern to work with the range and wild horse program on the Lookout Mountain Ranger District and Crooked River National Grassland. This intern position will assist with collecting data for range monitoring and wild horse management, work with people and on teams and learn range and wild horse administration. This position involves a great deal of field time including hiking in steep, untrailed terrain. This internship opportunity will assist during the summer range season as well as continue data collection for updating the Ochoco wild horse herd management plan. This internship would start as soon as June, 19 2018, hours and days can be very flexible as long as the total hours required by the internship are completed in 2 years. Skills the intern will have: • Current driver’s license with good driving record • Willingness to obtain government driver’s license and drive government vehicles including 4 X 4 trucks in all types of weather and at night • Ability to navigate on Forest Service roads and lands including reading a map and GPS unit • Ability to hike long miles in the heat of the day • At least one class in Natural Resources at the high school or college level • Familiarity with horses • Excellent communication skills and ability to easily talk to a large number of people on a regular basis • Exceptional work ethic, enthusiasm, and high degree of flexibility • Comfortable in remote settings with little to no cell phone reception
Educational Aspect
Skills the intern will develop: • Gain knowledge of the mission and history of the U.S. Forest Service • Obtain a government license to drive a government vehicle • Gain knowledge about range permit administration • Learn different data collection protocols • Experience multiple natural resource management components with the U.S. Forest Service • Begin to understand wild horse management by the U.S. Forest Service • Learn how to complete appropriate documentation reports • Map reading, GPS and mobile mapping application skills • Gain general knowledge about the local forests, as well as, the Forest Service as a whole • Exposure to other areas of interest within the Forest Service
Further Requirements
21st Century Conservation Service Corps is an opportunity for an individual(s) between the ages of 16 and 30 years old (inclusive), and veterans up to 35, engaged as a crew member or intern through an organization that operates in partnership with the Forest Service, each participant will be paid a stipend of $250 per 40 hours served and has the option to gain credit as an intern or other definition through their academic institution. Working toward 640 hours of conservation or related service, of which at least 120 hours take place on an appropriate Forest Service project. Upon completion of the program, candidates have a 2-Year window of eligibility for non-competitive hiring status. Noncompetitive hiring status means the ability to apply and be considered for vacancies within the Forest Service without competitive examination or competing with career or career-conditional employees under internal merit staffing procedures for any position which eligible. Candidates applying under this authority are considered with other non-competitive candidates.
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Discover Your ForestWebsite:    http://discoveryourforest.org/
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Aquatic and Wildlife Habitat Monitoring Internships2Generation Green intern
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
Mid/Late June: Total - 160 hours $250 per 40 hours. $1,000 stipend total.TBD
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
NoNoNo
Description
Essential Functions: The aquatics and wildlife programs at Bend/Ft. Rock Ranger District in partnership propose to utilize two Generation Green interns during the summer of 2018, to collect field data for management of aquatic and wildlife habitat. Duties would include collecting data on forest roads and trails for potential decommissioning, collection of monitoring data related to Forest Plan (LRMP) compliance in a select sample of timber sale/fuel treatment units, and monitoring of water quality. The interns would conduct 100% counts of snags and downed logs within the selected units and compare densities to the respective standard, and reported mitigation measures in the original NEPA document. Outcomes of this small survey will help inform the wildlife specialists on future planning teams if and what actions are likely to result in either dead wood retention or elimination. The products will help inform burn plan development for future fuels reduction work. Interns would also field check bald eagle nest sites and help with golden eagle survey efforts; refining our database on currently active sites and non-active or non-remaining sites. Duties would be spread out over the summer (mid/late June through August) working an average two days a week. Water quality monitoring would take place every week; wildlife projects would be focused in multi-week increments (e.g. nest monitoring for 3-4 weeks and then snag and log monitoring). The intern will initially: The intern duties would include: 1) Visit road and trail segments (driving to and from in a government vehicle), collect GPS data and assess conditions, and document with photos. 2) Visit each vegetation management unit by vehicle and grid-walk the entire unit tallying all snags and downed wood by size class and decay class. 3) Navigate in field with maps and GPS, locales for nest monitoring. 4) Becoming familiar with the underlying land management allocation and planning document (NWFP or Eastside Screens) in order to determine plan compliance or not. If not, the interns will help suggest reasons why it is not meeting, and any remedies, if applicable. 5) Participation in Deschutes National Forest New Employee Orientation occurring in June, 2018. (to include Defensive Driving, First Aid and CPR training).
Educational Aspect
The intern will initially: The intern duties would include: 1) Visit road and trail segments (driving to and from in a government vehicle), collect GPS data and assess conditions, and document with photos. 2) Visit each vegetation management unit by vehicle and grid-walk the entire unit tallying all snags and downed wood by size class and decay class. 3) Navigate in field with maps and GPS, locales for nest monitoring. 4) Becoming familiar with the underlying land management allocation and planning document (NWFP or Eastside Screens) in order to determine plan compliance or not. If not, the interns will help suggest reasons why it is not meeting, and any remedies, if applicable. 5) Participation in Deschutes National Forest New Employee Orientation occurring in June, 2018. (to include Defensive Driving, First Aid and CPR training).
Further Requirements
Minimum Qualifications: 1) Valid driver’s license; 2) Ability to spend long days in the field under varying weather conditions; 3) Ability to hike over rough, uneven terrain; 4) Use a map, compass and GPS device in order to ensure 100% coverage of an area; 5) Good communication and organization skills; 6) Ability to work in small teams, show initiative and use creative problem solving skills; 7) Interest in a wildlife/natural resource management career.
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Discover Your ForestWebsite:    http://discoveryourforest.org/
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Bat Monitoring and Cave Management Internship1Generation Green intern
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
Mid/Late June: Total - 160 hours $250 per 40 hours. $1,000 stipend total.TBD
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
NoNoNo
Description
Essential Functions: The wildlife program at Bend/Ft. Rock Ranger District proposes to utilize one Generation Green intern during the summer of 2018 to assist with backcountry cave management and bat monitoring efforts. Work will likely include weekend shifts. Most assigned tasks will occur above ground – cave entry will only occur following strict safety protocols. Duties would be spread out over the summer (mid/late June through August) working an average two days a week.
Educational Aspect
The intern will initially: Working with District staff, the intern duties would include: 1) Visit cave sites (driving to and from in a government vehicle), collect data, assess conditions, and document with photos; 2) Deploy and operate acoustic monitoring equipment, manage acoustic data; 3) Document recreational cave use, keeping data organized and accessible; 4) Make contact with public cave users and help with education and outreach efforts about caving etiquette, Leave No Trace ethics, white-nose syndrome and cave management; 5) Participation in Deschutes National Forest New Employee Orientation occurring in June, 2018 (to include Defensive Driving, First Aid and CPR training).
Further Requirements
Minimum Qualifications: 1) Valid driver’s license; 2) Ability to spend long days in the field under varying weather conditions; 3) Ability to hike over rough, uneven terrain; 4) Use a map, compass and GPS device; 5) Good communication and organization skills; 6) Ability to work in small teams, show initiative and use creative problem solving skills; 7) Interest in a wildlife/natural resource management career. To apply or learn more about this opportunity, please contact Stacey Cochran, Discover Your Forest Community Engagement Director at 541-383-5530 or send a resume and cover letter to Stacey.cochran@discovernw.org.
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Discover Your ForestWebsite:    http://discoveryourforest.org/
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Wildlife Program Internship1Generation Green intern
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
Mid/Late June: Total - 160 hours $250 per 40 hours. $1,000 stipend totalTBD
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
YesNoNo
Description
The Forest Wildlife program proposes to utilize on Generation Green Intern during the summer of 2018 to assist with more administrative duties. Duties would include assisting with the gathering, organizing, and validation of records, literature searches for various species and activities, data entry, and assisting with the development of social media and other media stories and tweets related to wildlife.
Educational Aspect
Intern Proposal: Working with the Forest Wildlife Biologist, the intern would: 1. Gather, organize, and validate spotted owl and Oregon spotted frog records for the Forest-wide Programmatic Biological Assessment. 2. Assemble Oregon spotted frog records into appropriate site folders. 3. Assist in searching through bat information and organizing said information 4. Organize carnivore survey data 5. Data entry into the NRIS Wildlife database 6. Develop tweets and stories related to various wildlife (Year of the Bird, Endangered Species Day, Pollinator Week, stories on camera monitoring, importance of guzzlers, etc.) 7. Work with district biologists in obtaining necessary records 8. Coordinating with other agency biologists 9. Potential to assist other field crews with field work 10. Participation in the Deschutes NF New Employee Orientation occurring in June 2018 (to include Defensive Driving, First Aid, and CPR training).
Further Requirements
To apply or learn more about this opportunity, please contact Stacey Cochran, Discover Your Forest Community Engagement Director at 541-383-5530 or send a resume and cover letter to Stacey.cochran@discovernw.org.
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Discover Your ForestWebsite:    http://discoveryourforest.org/
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Invasive Plants Outreach and Education Liason Ochoco and Deschutes National Forests 1Age requirement: 16-30 years and veterans up to 35 years of age.
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
Mid/Late June: Total - 160 hours $250 per 40 hours. 40
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
YesNoNo
Description
The Ochoco and Deschutes National Forests and Crooked River National Grassland is seeking an intern to work in the Invasive Plant Program as an Invasive Plant Outreach and Education Liaison. The focus for this position is to work in sharing invasive plant information with Forest Service staff, Forest User groups, and the public across Central Oregon. The intern will work closely with the Invasive Plant program and other Forest Service staff areas such as recreation, special uses, and public affairs and will serve as an invasive plant liaison to them during projects and outreach events. The intern will help educate staff internally and members of the public about invasive plants, methods of prevention, and management strategies. Intern will conduct outreach at public and Forest Service events, work with community partners to develop additional messaging and outreach/education curriculum. Additional work will include assisting invasive staff in the researching of invasive plant language included in special use permits, memorandums of understanding and agreements and how that relates to prevention of invasive plant. Skills the intern will have: • Current driver’s license with good driving record. • Willingness to obtain government driver’s license and drive government vehicles including 4 X 4 trucks in all types of weather. • Interest in public affairs and natural resource management • Excellent communication skills and willingness to learn about invasive plant management. • Proficient in the use social media, marketing, creation of outreach materials or an willingness to learn • Interest and comfort in working with varied groups (school age children, volunteer groups, business owners) • Exceptional work ethic, enthusiasm, and high degree of flexibility. • Ability to work weekend and evening events
Educational Aspect
Skills the intern will develop: • Better understand Forest Service career opportunities and pathways in Invasive Species Management, natural resources, partnerships, special uses and public affairs • Learn how to identify, map, and treat invasive plant populations. Learn how to use maps or electronic devices to navigate and collect natural resource information. • Gain knowledge of the U.S. Forest Service and invasive plant management direction • Obtain a government license to drive a government vehicle. Complete online training and pass an exam. • Confidence interacting with the public and Forest Service colleagues. • Protocols and use of a government radio. • Learn how to compete appropriate documentation reports.
Further Requirements
under this authority are considered with other non-competitive candidates.
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DynaCore FitnessWebsite:    www.dynacorefitness.com
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Personal Trainer1College (18+)
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
2/12/2018Unpaid - Initially8-10
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
YesNoNo
Description
Learning how to apply personal trainer knowledge in person, membership and customer relations
Educational Aspect
Hands on training of clients, sales and training
Further Requirements
- 2-3 months after start w/ potential of hire afterwards. - Personable, eager to learn, career oriented
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Foresight Learning Center Website:    http://foresightlearning.net/
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Teacher Aide2High School or College
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
6/4/2018TBD10-20
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
YesYesYes
Description
Working with teaching staff in preparation, delivery, and application of lessons, arts, crafts, as well as the daily duties of teachers. Depending on the room intern is in there is diapering in the infant room, laying kids down for nap, feeding children and general cleaning.
Educational Aspect
We will provide training on daily operations, working with team, structuring the classroom, managing the students/children and state guidelines.
Further Requirements
First Aid/CPR and food handlers’ card is preferred but not necessary
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Fuel Safe Systems Website:    https://fuelsafe.com/
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Manufacturing technician1Min 18 Years Old
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
6/1/2018$10.2515
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
YesYesNo
Description
Entry level work in various departments including final assembly, weld shop, machine shop and bladder manufacturing.
Educational Aspect
On the job training provided by experienced manufacturing technicians on fuel bladder fabrication, parts manufacturing and assembly of safety fuel cell systems.
Further Requirements
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High Desert ESDWebsite:    www.hdesd.org
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
HD-ESD-Interpreter-41High School or College
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
2/22/2018Unpaid6.5 hrs/week, MON/TUE, 5:30p-8:30p, 66 days per year
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
YesNoNo
Description
Interpreting services for schools in our Central Oregon School Districts
Educational Aspect
Interpreter meetings training to debrief & discuss any updates or upcoming conference requests (parent teacher conferences)
Further Requirements
Interview, meet with HR monthly meetings (training)
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High Desert ESDWebsite:    www.hdesd.org
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
HD-ESD-Spanish - Tutor1High School or College
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
3/1/2018Unpaid6.5 hrs/week, MON/TUE, 5:30p-8:30p, 66 days per year
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
YesNoNo
Description
The Plaza Comunitaria program is designed for Spanish-speaking families. The program operates two nights a week. Adults participate in both ESL classes and Spanish Basic Literacy classes, while their school age children receive tutorial support at the Homework Club and preschoolers ages 3 to 5 engage in educational activities. The Spanish Literacy Tutor works with adults at various educational levels individually or in small groups, using INEA (Instituto Nacional de Educación para Adultos) materials, as they work toward completion of the secondary mastery certificate. The ability to perform significant reaching, bending, stooping, crouching and lifting 50 pounds is expected. Must have access to reliable transportation, and consistent attendance is required.
Educational Aspect
Intern will be performing duties at the following locations: Redmond High, Redmond/Bear Creek Elementary, Bend
Further Requirements
QUALIFICATIONS This position requires • Strong bilingual skills Spanish - English • Adult tutoring experience necessary in Math and Spanish Language • Basic computer skills • Team player A COMPLETE APPLICATION INCLUDES • Letter of interest stating how your background experience qualifies you to assume the responsibilities of this position • Current résumé • Completed application form (may be downloaded from HDESD website www.hdesd.org ) • Two (2) professional letters of recommendation
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Highland Veterinary HospitalWebsite:    http://highlandvh.com/
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Clinic Intern1High School
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
12/15/2018Unpaid5-10
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
YesYesYes
Description
Tech -> work with Vet Techs in the back with the animals. Clerical-> Learn how the front desk runs.
Educational Aspect
Learn how animals patients are processed and treated. Learn how the front desk handles customers and patients.
Further Requirements
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Juniper Golf CourseWebsite:    www.playjuniper.com
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Golf Course Maintenance5Minimum of 18 years
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
4/1/2018$10.7530
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
YesYesYes
Description
The intern will learn short term and long term activity of golf course maintenance
Educational Aspect
The students will learn the basics that are related to Science Technology, Engineering and Math that we use to operate the golf courses.
Further Requirements
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Juniper Golf CourseWebsite:    www.playjuniper.com
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Banquet/Event Server-Kitchen Prep/Dishwasher2Minimum of 18 years
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
2/20/2018$10.25/$10.75 July 1Variable-depending on events schedule
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
NoYesYes
Description
Depending on age of applicant: Kitchen prep; dish washing, food prep, line cook. Banquet; Set up and tear down for events, serving and bussing, customer service.
Educational Aspect
Applicant will need to be able to obtain OLCC servers permit as well as the Food Handlers Safety Card within 30 days of the start of Internship, proper food prep and safety. Banquet; proper use and care of equipment, standard English table setting, proper etiquette for service staff, customer service.
Further Requirements
Interns needed: Kitchen: 1-2 / Banquet 1-2 Back ground only necessary if the intern is to handle money.
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Lynch Pro-FormanceWebsite:    www.lynchproducts.com
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Marketing and Business Intern1Min 18 Years Old
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
6/25/2018UnpaidMon-Fri: 2 hrs per day
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
Yes
Description
Intern will be working with company in the business, marketing, (local and online) aspects of the company as they relate to their products.
Educational Aspect
Work experience to practice what the student has been learning in school. Learning about Lynch Pro-Formance products and how they are sold. Will be working with the company owner learning on how the products are promoted within and out of the region.
Further Requirements
Communications is key. Really want to work with an honest student that has a passion for the racing industry and likes to learn new things.
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Lynch Pro-FormanceWebsite:    www.lynchproducts.com
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Automotive and Racing Trainee - Intern1Min 18 Years Old
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
6/25/2018Unpaid5-8
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
Yes
Description
On-site automotive experience working with owner on race cars both in the shop and at races.
Educational Aspect
The intern will be learning from a career racing expert and race car owner. Real world automotive experience on how to prepare for, participate in an oval track sprint racing environment that is not available to everyone
Further Requirements
The intern will need to have a clear passion for automotive mechanics. Especially with desire to learn about high-performance racing vehicles. There will be weekends available where the intern can travel with the owner to races. Expenses will be paid for by Lynch Pro-Formance. This will be real-world exposure to how racing industry
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Opportunity Foundation of Central OregonWebsite:    http://www.opportunityfound.org/
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Nursing Intern1Minimum of 18 years
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
2/12/2018UnpaidTBD
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
YesYesYes
Description
Shadowing RN in all areas of duties
Educational Aspect
If the intern is not licensed or in a licensing program they may shadow only.
Further Requirements
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Opportunity Foundation of Central OregonWebsite:    http://www.opportunityfound.org/
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Retail/Human Services Intern3Minimum of 18 years
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
3/22/2018Unpaid16
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
YesYesYes
Description
They will shadow Quality Assurance Coordinators, Direct Support Professionals and the General Manager of the Thrift Stores and will learn about the importance of Quality Assurance and how it works, will get hands on experience supporting the clients that we serve (no personal care) and how clients are trained for different jobs. This will aide when they learn about person centered plans and attend ISP meetings.
Educational Aspect
Quality Assurance, ISP system, Person Centered supports, social work, I/DD system, some caregiving.
Further Requirements
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Opportunity Foundation of Central OregonWebsite:    http://www.opportunityfound.org/
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Maintenance Intern2Minimum of 18 years
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
3/22/2018Unpaid15
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
NoYesYes
Description
They will accompany current Maintenance Technicians and be taught various aspects of how to schedule and complete fleet maintenance (including body work, oil changes, etc) for 50+/- vehicles across 11+ programs, how to perform building repairs on all of our properties in the tri-county area and seasonal landscaping at all of our residential homes and office buildings.
Educational Aspect
Fleet maintenance, building maintenance, landscaping and irrigation.
Further Requirements
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Opportunity Foundation of Central OregonWebsite:    http://www.opportunityfound.org/
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Behavior Support Intern1Minimum of 18 years
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
3/22/2018Unpaid20
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
YesYesYes
Description
Will shadow current Behavior Professionals in all areas of duties in providing behavior supports, responding to crisis situations and writing Behavior Support Plans.
Educational Aspect
Experience with becoming a Behavior Specialist for the State of Oregon, multi-disciplinary team collaboration, how to work with other professionals and professional teams.
Further Requirements
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Pronghorn ResortWebsite:    www.pronghornresort.com
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Pool Attendant4High School or College
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
5/1/2018$12.00Flexible
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
NoYesYes
Description
In this position, the intern will extend exceptional customer service to guests while maintaining the order of the pool area.
Educational Aspect
In this position, the intern will participate in hospitality training upon on-boarding, and will learn how to extend exceptional customer service to guests. Pool Attendants will learn about all property amenities and local area attractions, and will have an understanding of how to interact with guests in an informed, luxury service oriented way.
Further Requirements
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Pronghorn ResortWebsite:    www.pronghornresort.com
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Dishwasher/Steward6High School or College
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
5/1/2018$12.00Flexible
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
NoYesYes
Description
In this position, the intern is responsible for cleaning and sanitizing kitchen and dining room equipment, keeping kitchen work areas clean, emptying and removing all trash and recycling, and completing assigned prep work in accordance with Chef's specifications.
Educational Aspect
In this position, the intern will participate in hospitality training upon on-boarding, and will receive training regarding safety and sanitization standards in a back of house kitchen environment. The intern will also experience the fast pace of a 5-star resort kitchen, and will gain exposure to the back of house operations within a kitchen preparing fine dining and up-scale casual menus.
Further Requirements
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Pronghorn ResortWebsite:    www.pronghornresort.com
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Room Attendant20High School or College
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
5/1/2018$12Flexible
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
NoYesYes
Description
In this position, the intern will extend exceptional customer service to guests while maintaining the order and cleanliness of the residences and common areas.
Educational Aspect
In this position, the intern will participate in hospitality training upon on-boarding, and will learn how to extend exceptional customer service to guests. Room Attendants will receive extensive training regarding property amenities, lodging options, chemical safety, and 5-star luxury service standards. They will also receive training regarding Rooms Division and Guest Services operations in a luxury hospitality environment.
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Quality TrussWebsite:    www.parr.com
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Truss Builder1Minimum of 18 years
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
3/1/2018$13.00Flexible 30-58 hrs per week
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
NoYesNo
Description
Working in a fast pace Manufacturing Environment Building Roof and floor Trusses
Educational Aspect
Safety Training, Basic shop drawing reading skills, potentially Forklift Certification
Further Requirements
Must be able to stand for long periods of time and lift up to 50 pounds on occasion.
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Ridgeline Metal, Inc.Website:    http://www.ridgelinemetal.com/
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Production Assistant1High School Graduate (18+)
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
4/1/2018$10.50TBD
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
YesYesYes
Description
Qualified candidate will support all production employees. Typical duties include material handling/packaging which includes the handling of sheet metal. Additional duties include the loading of products for customers, gathering material necessary for loading and deliveries and overall shop assistance.
Educational Aspect
Depending on the length of time that an intern will be employed, training could be limited to forklift operation, paperwork flow management, safe material handling practices, inventory procedures and shop maintenance. If time allows, machine operation could be a part of the training, which would include shearing steel operations, mechanical break operations, roll-forming machine operations and sheet-metal slitting operations.
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Rimrock DentalWebsite:    https://www.rimrockdentalofredmond.com/
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Sterilization Tech1Min 18 Years Old
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
6/11/2018$10.25 to start8-16
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
YesNoNo
Description
Sterilizing instruments, cleaning operatories, setting up provider equipment, restocking rooms, daily cleaning of operatories and possibly assisting the doctor.
Educational Aspect
All training will be completed @ the office during business hours.
Further Requirements
Proof of HBV vaccinations
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The De Leone CorporationWebsite:    http://deleone.com/
Internship TitleInterns NeededType Of Student
Production Intern1Minimum of 18 years
Start DateHourly RateHours/Week
5/8/2018$10.2510+
Computer KnowledgeDrug ScreeningBackground Check
No PreferenceYesNo
Description
General Shop – Shrink wrap, stock shelves, Check orders
Educational Aspect
Life experience in business environment.
Further Requirements
Applicants should be highly-motivated and mechanically inclined that would like to learn to operate some of our equipment (rewinder, shrink wrap, sealer, etc.) in our production area.
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