The Martha Guy Summer Institute for Future Business Leaders is a three-week business exploration program for high school juniors. Participants are selected based on interest in business, academic achievement, and involvement and leadership. The first portion of the program takes place on campus where students are introduced to basic business principles and topics. The program concludes with travel to various business and cultural sites.
Four Walker College of Business students are hired to work with as Program Leaders. Together, this team guides the participants through all the program activities, responds to participant needs and interests, and creates a fun, safe and educational environment while serving as mentors and role models.
Minimum qualifications include:
Enrolled as an undergraduate majoring within the Walker COB; May 2019 graduates will be considered as well
Be in good academic and judicial standing with the University
Valid driver license and a favorable driving record
Exhibit significant involvement within the University and/or the Walker COB
Energetic and creative
Professional and punctual
Cooperative and able to maintain a positive attitude even under stress/fatique
Motivated and enjoys helping others
Responsible and reliable
Training is required. The Program Leader team is required to complete 4 training sessions (approximately 2 hours each) throughout the spring semester; meetings usually begin after spring break. Dates are determined by the team and the director.
Program dates are July 7 - July 27, 2019. Program Leaders are required to report to campus Friday, July 5th, and should plan accordingly.
Compensation is $1,200 - housing and meals are provided. All travel expenses are paid with the exception of additional snacks or personal purchases during the trip. Business exploration and networking opportunities abound and are an added benefit to being a Program Leader.
The Live Nation Media & Sponsorship department is in search of a highly motivated, organized and most importantly, enthusiastic individual who is interested in working within the very heart of the entertainment industry!
This Sponsorship internship is designed to offer students a hands on learning experience in Sponsorships, Sponsorship fulfillment, and new business initiatives for PNC Music Pavilion in Charlotte, NC.
Areas you will be learning about:
Fulfillment of integrated sponsorship programs including signage, digital, hospitality and activation.
How to research specific sponsorship categories and secure business contacts.
How to manage sponsorship inventory at each venue.
Seamless concert execution.
Managing a concert day with Supervisor guidance.
Gathering photos and tracking materials for recaps.
Building an event recap following a show
What makes a compelling Sponsorship PowerPoint presentations and how it’s designed.
How to draft a mock-contract for a prospective sponsor
Best practices when creating a “sizzle reel” showcasing the venue or a piece of inventory
Key components of creating a mock-proposal for a prospective sponsor
Pitching to the Supervisor and Director of Sales at the completion of the internship
The Leadership Development Program (LDP) is a comprehensive, structured, training program that provides future leaders of BB&T with a strong foundation in the financial services industry. The LDP is a broad based structured financial services immersion program focusing on various topics applicable to the industry including foundational credit analysis, conceptual analysis of current events, industry specific seminars, leadership and self-awareness training. Training will include exposure to BB&T senior leaders and sessions with each member of Executive Management. Individuals hired into the program will relocate to Winston-Salem for the duration of training. At the conclusion of the program, individuals will be placed into roles throughout BB&T based on current opportunities.
Work as a member of the finance team supporting Ingersoll Rand’s Residential HVAC and Supply Business at the Charlotte Aftermarket Plant. Directly support the Plant Controller and Sr. Cost Accountant in daily operations, month end close processes, financial forecasts and ad hoc analysis. Indirectly support plant leaders from all other areas of the plant through key process indicator tracking and regular budget reviews. **The ideal candidate will start part time in April, work full time in the summer, and continue on a part time basis through the year.
We offer a competitive 10-week paid internship where you’ll work on meaningful projects and effect real change at our company. Our interns get hands-on experience solving business needs and helping in the communities where we live and work. You’ll build your resume while making new connections and sharpening the skills you need to succeed at work. Plus, the work you do will be tailored to your interests. A typical employee spends eight hours a day at work. We think you should spend that time doing something you love – not just earning a paycheck.
Old Edwards Inn & Spa is looking for an IT Technician/Operations Specialist for its Highlands, NC location. This position will be responsible for supporting both employee and guest systems. Extensive knowledge of Microsoft Office applications required. Knowledge of specific hospitality related systems such as Springer Miller, Navis, Micros, Open Table, Delphi preferable. The ideal candidate will also have a solid background in troubleshooting application related issues such as networking, connectivity problems and performance issues. Qualification: Associates or Bachelor’s degree in computer science, information systems management or 3+ years of equivalent work experience. CompTIA A+ certification & Network+ certification preferred. Outlook 2016, Windows 10, Wireless, and
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Camp Lake James is seeking experienced outdoor enthusiasts for a private recreational facility located 45 minutes form Asheville, NC. This lakefront facility sits on a beautiful 25 acres and has a clubhouse/social hall, multiple pools, lakeside bar, hiking trails, rental cabins, tennis coursts, amphitheater, docks, boats, private beach, and year-round food and beverage service. The camp offers year-round recreational and social activities and programs to property owners and their guests.
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At Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (Blue Cross NC), the Retail Center Internship Program is designed to help you gain hands-on experience and valuable exposure to the healthcare and insurance industry. As part of our dynamic retail team you'll work directly with our customers and prospective customers. You will serve as the sales support liaison/initial service contact and will assist in researching and resolving member inquiries and support marketing and community outreach efforts.Help ensure that all customers are warmly greeted, their needs assessed and they are referred to the appropriate area.
- Provide a customer friendly service experience for customers with questions or issues related to health care, health insurance (benefits, claims, premium payments, membership, billing and enrollment) or other related topics.
- Use web based tools and other aids to facilitate and teach customers to use resources, tools, information, and products to manage their health care and health care costs more effectively.
- Provide support for special events (e.g. seminars, appearances, proactive contacts with customers) and projects for the general public in the retail center and/or at other local sites.
- Ensure customers understand their products, benefits, tools and how to use them.
Located in Minersville, PA. Work with the Regional Transportation Manager in collaboration with Distribution Center leadershipLearn outbound load planning and explore opportunities to streamline and standardize processes. Develop strategies for standardizing and improving communication to the stores. Work with DC Operations and Planning teams on scheduling loads each day for delivery from the RDC to approximately 150 stores in the DC service area. Supply Chain majors with expected graduation dates of December 2019 or May 2020 and a 3.0+ are eligible to apply. Internships are paid and housing is available for those that qualify. This role has potential for conversion into a full-time position for those that successfully complete the internship and upon candidate's graduation.
Leadership position responsible for managing the unit accounting operations including, agency and direct bill production and related accounts receivable and producer commission expense, company and vendor payables and other general ledger accounts specifically assigned. Responsible for ensuring transactions are processed in a timely manner in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. Responsible for responding to internal and external customer information requests in a timely and appropriate manner, ensuring customer satisfaction. Responsible for proactive communication and the identification and elimination of non-value added activities that improve the efficiency of the department.