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The Lazarus Center for Career Development is open during the summer, and career advisors are available for Skype or phone appointments as well as in-person meetings. If you’re graduating this spring, note that we work with recent graduates as well as current students.

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Internships, Jobs, Research opportunities and Recruiting Events

Deadlines are subject to change. Visit E-Access for the most up-to-date information about
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US Green Building Council
Arc and Cities Intern (Summer 2017), Washington, DC
Arc is a new platform that creates technology products and services to further the missions of USGBC and GBCI by enabling data tracking and analysis, performance scoring, and certification of the built environment across various scales, from buildings to neighborhoods to cities. Arc has an opportunity for a currently-enrolled or recently graduated student to undertake a practical learning experience working at the nexus of sustainability, technology, certification, and urban systems. The Arc and Cities intern will work with a team of innovators, product managers, engineers, urbanists, and sustainability specialists to provide research and develop content that supports the Arc platform and related USGBC and GBCI programs, such as LEED for Cities, PEER, and SITES, among others. The intern must be available to work regularly from Arc’s Washington, D.C. office. Responsibilities include: Research global methods for measuring performance at the city-scale, across environmental, economic, and social indicators; Create “crosswalks” that describe the overlap between the city performance indicators in Arc and other systems that GBCI administers; Write content for describing indicators, products, programs, and the relationships among them to a wide variety of audiences; Research national and community-scale protocols, online calculator tools, and reporting platforms for GHG emission inventories; Draft user stories and descriptions of preferred user experience and outcomes for the Arc platform.

Coastal Resources, Inc.
Water Resources Engineer (FT)
, Annapolis, MD
Coastal Resources, Inc. is currently accepting applications for a full-time Entry-Level Water Resources Engineer (0-3 years). The successful candidates will work closely with our existing team of hydrologists, biologists, geomorphologists, and engineers to perform hydrologic and hydraulic analyses, collect and interpret field data, conduct watershed assessments, and provide technical support and CADD for stream and wetland enhancement/restoration, and SWM projects. Candidates must have a B.A or B.S. degree in civil or water resources engineering, or a related field. Proficiency with Bentley MicroStation or Autodesk AutoCAD is required. Coursework in hydrology, hydraulics, open channel flow, sediment transport, soils and/or geomorphology is desirable. Experience in hydrologic data collection, topographic surveying, leading field crews, or proficiency in ArcGIS, HEC-RAS, TR-20, Rivermorph or GISHydro software is a plus. Stream restoration short courses are also helpful, but not necessary. Candidates must have excellent writing skills and demonstrated experience working effectively both independently and in multi-disciplinary teams.

EPA Environmental Research and Business Support Program
Exposure Assessment Research Associate (FT)
, Raleigh-Durham, NC
The selected candidate shall support the review of information related to sampling and analysis of respirable elongated mineral particles (REMP) as these technologies apply to the measurement and modeling of asbestos in the Iron Range of Minnesota. The review will include data and information to support a gap analysis between REMPs found or potentially present in numerous settings. Full time, $20.65/hour; Have earned at least a Bachelor’s degree in environmental science or engineering, occupational hygiene, or other closely related field from an accredited university or college within the last 24 months; Proficiency in conducting a technical literature review within a prescribed timeline; Experience applying knowledge of physical sciences to generate a report; Experience in air pollution and environmental sampling and analysis

MassTech Intern Partnership (MTIP) program
A state program that provides stipends that support internships for Massachusetts college students and recent graduates at digital technology companies that are starting and scaling-up across Massachusetts. Open to current students and recent graduates (classes of 2016, 2017, and 2018) who might be interested in an internship with a growing Massachusetts tech company in CYBERSECURITY; DIGITAL HEALTH; INTERNET OF THINGS (IoT); and ROBOTICS. INTERN ELIGIBILITY: A Massachusetts resident currently enrolled in or a recent graduate of a two- or four-year college or university; or A student entering their final year at or a recent graduate of a Massachusetts two- or four-year college or university. MTIP has partnered with TechGen to utilize its interactive website to make the internship matching process faster and easier. Interested students and grads can sign up at TechGen to create a profile, upload their resume, search for and apply to internships.

National Energy Technology Lab
Internship, Consortium for Integrating Energy Systems in Engineering & Science Education
, Morgantown, WV
Through the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE), this posting seeks motivated undergraduate, graduate and faculty to engage in collaborative research with scientists at the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) Research and Innovation Center (R&IC) located in Morgantown, WV. NETL is seeking researchers for the 12 projects in the following research areas (RAs): Online Recursive System Identification and Adaptive Control of Hybrid Power Systems; RAMAN Gas Analyzer for Control in Advanced Power Systems; Supervisory Control; Anode Recycle; Component Degradation; Startup and Electrochemical Light-off; MISO + SISO or Feed Forward MISO; Cyber-Physical Chemical Looping Reactor Observer; Fuel Flexibility in Hybrid Systems; Compressor Surge and Stall; Modeling the NETL Microgrid; Magneto Hydro Dynamics. Internship Benefits: Highly competitive weekly stipend, Travel allowance, Housing allowance.

Electro Standards Laboratories
Power Electronics Engineer
, Rhode Island
Power electronics hardware and firmware development. Experience with power electronics, motor controls, switching converters, embedded programming. Applications include induction, switched reluctance, and permanent magnet motor controls and electronics, switching power converters, renewable energy, and hybrid energy systems. Qualifications: BS/MS or PHD in Electrical Engineering, with experience in power electronics and controls, familiarity with Simulink and Matlab. US Citizen (for Government contracts). Benefits: Medical, Dental, 401(k). Email resumes and Affirmative Action Survey to careers@lab.electrostandards.com. Qualifications: BSEE; Experience with CPLD programmable logic, firmware programming with application to embedded controls; Strong capacity to work independently and also with multidisciplinary teams; US Citizenship required. Interested candidates please send resumes to careers@lab.electrostandards.com

Bete Fog Nozzle
Technical Service Engineer (FT)
, Greenfield, MA
BETE Fog Nozzle, Inc. is looking for a talented individual to be a technical liaison between customers needs and BETEs capabilities. You will work with a wide variety of customers in many industries from Fortune 100 companies to small businesses, each with their own specific needs. You will work to understand those needs and leverage BETEs extensive manufacturing capabilities to meet them with either standard or custom products. To accomplish this you must have excellent organizational and time management skills and be able to communicate well with a wide variety of people. Success also requires development of close working relationships with Design Engineering, Sales, and Manufacturing. Job Responsibilities: Learn and understand spray nozzles - how they are made, their performance characteristics, and the importance of those characteristics in a given application; Quickly establish a professional working relationship with customers; Employ your communication skills to work through technical spray problems with customers to learn the important aspects so that you can make the most appropriate recommendation for the situation; Manage the technical aspects of quotation preparation; Visit customer sites a few times per year; observe an extremely wide variety of applications in numerous industries and make spray recommendations that will help customers improve their processes; Identify opportunities for new product development; Manage projects to develop new custom spray products and fabricated assemblies; Assist in training Sales partners and customers on technical aspects of nozzle use, both theoretical and practical; Continually improve BETE processes to make the customers experience easier and more beneficial for them.

The Massachusetts Life Sciences Center (MLSC) Internship Challenge
This year-round workforce development program focuses on enhancing the talent pipeline for Massachusetts life sciences companies by providing college students and recent graduates with hands-on work experience through internship opportunities at life sciences companies. The program creates hundreds of new internships each year by enabling small companies to hire paid interns. Since 2009, the MLSC has facilitated the placement of nearly 2,800 internships at more than 600 companies across the Commonwealth. We accept applications from eligible students via our website year-round. The application period for this summer is now open and there is no deadline! 4-year college or university students must have or will complete(d) at least their freshman year the semester before the internship, or have graduated within the past year.



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