Internships represent an essential opportunity for Fellows to build skills, networks, and knowledge and have long paved the way for college students to gain real-world experience. They are also, increasingly, a direct pipeline to jobs after graduation. MKE Fellows pairs interns with Milwaukee and Wisconsin companies that offer paid internships that help Fellows gain necessary on-the-job experience, build professional contacts, and earn money.
Apply Today: Email your resume to Blaine E. Gibson at firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the opportunity?
RBC Wealth is actively seeking an Intern to support their Private Client Group in RBC Wealth Management – U.S. The internship provides students the opportunity to gain
in-depth, hands-on experience while working and learning alongside their experienced financial services professionals.
You will work directly with Financial Advisors to service clients, research problems, process account forms and related paperwork, maintain appropriate account records, and prepare client correspondence.
What will you do?
▪Provide administrative and operational support to Financial Advisors and clients
▪ Service clients in a pleasant, professional manner and respond to routine inquiries
▪ Provide clients with requested information such as account balances, stock quotes, or other account-related information
▪ Assist with department mailing and filing projects
▪ Other general administrative support as assigned
What do you need to succeed?
▪ College student working toward a degree in Finance, Economics, Business or related field
▪ Ability to manage multiple competing priorities, take initiative and thrive in a
fast-paced and challenging environment
▪ Excellent written and verbal communication skills
▪ Customer service experience
▪ Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word (knowledge of mail merge is a bonus), Excel, Outlook)
▪ Interest in financial services industry
What's in it for you?
RBC Wealth thrives on the challenge to be their best, progressive thinking to keep growing, and working together to deliver trusted advice to help their clients thrive and communities prosper. They care about each other, reaching their potential, making a difference in their communities, and achieving success that is mutual.
▪ Leaders who support your development through coaching and managing opportunities
▪ Ability to make a difference and lasting impact
▪ Work in a dynamic, collaborative, progressive, and high-performing team
▪ Flexible work/life balance options
▪ Opportunities to do challenging work
What is the opportunity?
The Wisconsin Policy Forum is seeking applications for the Norman N. Gill and Todd A. Berry fellowships for the 2024-2025 academic year. Our fellows engage in research on key policy issues confronting state and local governments in Wisconsin. The positions are named in honor of Norman Gill and Todd Berry for their
long-term commitment to improving government decision making and quality of life in our state. Norman Gill was executive director of the Milwaukee-based Citizens Government Research Bureau (later the Public Policy Forum) for over 40 years, while Todd Berry headed the Madison-based Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance for more than 20 years. Those two organizations merged as the Wisconsin Policy Forum in 2018.
What they're looking for
We're looking to support two graduate students in Wisconsin with research projects on policy issues. The Gill fellow will focus on Milwaukee and southeastern Wisconsin, while the Berry fellow will focus on the state or local governments and school districts. The fellows will be part of the team, attend meetings and events, and receive a stipend of $8,500 for the academic year. We value diversity and encourage all to apply!
Applying for a fellowship is a two-step process. The first step is to complete the application form and submit a Letter of Intent (LOI), which must identify the policy issue to be studied (please see list of potential research topics) and briefly describe your initial thoughts on the research methods and data sources you could use, the potential impact of the research, and a description of how your academic and career goals would be supported by participation in this fellowship program. The LOI should not be more than two pages. A resume or curriculum vitae must accompany the LOI. The deadline for submitting a LOI is March 1, 2024.
From those who submit LOIs, finalists will be selected and notified by March 15, 2024. Finalists will be invited to complete full applications, which must include a more detailed description of the research, (official or unofficial) transcripts of undergraduate and graduate studies, one academic or professional letter of support, and a writing sample. Full applications will be due by March 31, 2024. A telephone or video call also may be scheduled. The fellows will be chosen and notified by April 12, 2024. (Note: the final choice of candidates will require the final approval of the Forum’s Fellowship Committee, and the availability of committee members may shift our deadline slightly.)
Applicants are invited to propose a research topic of their own design or to choose from the list of possible topics. Proposals that address one of our core research areas – economic development, education, government finance, or social services – are strongly preferred.
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Role of the Intern
The Forum’s main research portfolios include education, government finance, and economic and workforce development. Throughout the summer, interns will be immersed in the research and analysis process, helping to develop research products using qualitative and quantitative methods.
While they are with us, interns are considered members of the WPF team, are supervised and guided by senior staff, and have opportunities to participate in WPF functions, attend staff meetings, and draw upon WPF’s network and expertise.
Graduate interns will be compensated at $16/hour. Undergraduate interns will be compensated at $14/hour. Both full and part-time schedules may be available.
Note: we have offices in downtown Milwaukee and downtown Madison and are currently operating with a mix of remote and in-person office attendance.
What they're looking for
We're looking for strong candidates who are current undergraduate or graduate students and have an interest in public policy. Past interns have pursued degrees in various fields, and we encourage students from all backgrounds to apply. Interns will engage in tasks like data analysis, research, and policy analysis. Essential skills include quantitative skills and attention to detail. Preferred skills include analytical writing and independent research. We value diversity and encourage all to apply!
Candidates should submit a résumé and a cover letter describing relevant experiences, skills, and interests you would bring to the internship position using the form below. The Forum will work with interns to help fulfill requirements to receive academic credit for the internship. Please indicate any requirements and your availability (desired hours per week and approximate start date) in your cover letter.
The application deadline is Friday, March 1, 2024. Finalists will be invited to interview as schedules and logistics allow. Interns will be selected and notified in early April.
Address applications or questions to Alyssa Doman, Membership & Operations Coordinator, at email@example.com.
Apply Today: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “[Your Name] – Street Team” and attach a copy of your resume.
▪ Attend local events and act as a brand ambassador for NEWaukee and its clients, showcasing brands and services to community members
▪ Hand out informative flyers and explain details of upcoming events
▪ Help onsite during events with tasks such as hanging banners and other signage, handing out swag bags, helping guests navigate, running activities, cleaning and more
Please note: This is a customer-facing role. You will be expected to strike up conversations with visitors and represent NEWaukee and its clients’ brands in a friendly way.
▪ Must be 18 years or older
▪ Must be able to safely lift up to 20 pounds – street team members may be expected to carry items
such as folding tables, chairs, boxes of giveaway items and signage
▪ Must have reliable access to a vehicle for transportation – street team members may be expected to
transport items such as banners or boxes of giveaway items to and from events
▪ May be required to travel when necessary in Wisconsin
▪ Must be willing to work nights and weekends as needed
▪ Must have a positive, friendly attitude
▪ Uniform requirements: plain black shirt and plain pants – khakis / jeans preferred and comfortable
▪ Bring your own snacks / water / sunscreen
▪ Will need to submit W9 and valid email address + phone number
▪ Members of our street team will be contacted at least 2 weeks in advance if their presence is needed.
Hours: Maximum 10 hours a week, project depending
What is the opportunity?
Under the direction of the Manager/Supervisor, performs assigned
tasks and/or projects related to the area-specific internship. The Versiti Non-Profit Healthcare Operations Summer Internship provides an overview of various aspects of the Blood Operations Function. This
internship will rotate through several key operational departments, allowing the opportunity to gain professional and diverse experience in healthcare administration, operations, and working for a non-profit.
You will have exposure to, but not limited to Blood Operations, Donor Recruitment, Donor Contact, Supply Chain, and Hospital Services. Along with fellow intern cohorts, this internship provides the opportunity to
participate in several projects that have a measurable impact on our business while being coached and mentored by Versiti Professionals in each area.
What will you do?
▪ Participate in cross functional CapStone Intern Project with report out to Executive Leadership.
▪ Maintains effective communication with internal and external stakeholder via email, phone and in person meetings.
▪ Participate and contribute to department meetings, execute on goals and objectives to deliver outstanding results.
▪ Assists with special projects as assigned.
▪ Performs other duties as required or assigned which are reasonably within the scope of the duties in this job classification
▪ Understands and performs in accordance with all applicable regulatory and compliance requirements
▪ Complies with all standard operating policies and procedures
▪ Must be currently enrolled in an accredited college/university program in a related field of the internship required
▪ Completed a minimum of 2 years in college/university in a related field of study for the internship
▪ Basic Microsoft Office skills preferred
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
▪ Effective communication skills preferred
▪ Ability to be customer-focused and follow through on requests promptly preferred
▪ Strong organizational skills preferred
▪ Ability to quickly and accurately understand instructions and then work independently on assignments preferred
▪ Ability to handle confidential information appropriately preferred
▪ Demonstrates keen attention to detail preferred
Tools and Technology
▪ Personal and Network Computer required
▪ MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint) required
▪ Printer, fax, and copy machines required
▪ Multiple phone lines required
When will you work?
This is a full-time, 40-hour-per-week internship, working Monday-Friday. The internship will begin on June 3rd. Our 10-week summer internships are designed to provide hands-on, project-based
experience in various areas of our business.