Allstate Insurance is currently accepting applications for their 2013 Summer Internship Program. Allstate Internships offer challenging and meaningful work, the opportunity to apply education to real world experience, a competitive salary, hands-on experience, and a chance to become familiar with the Allstate culture and lifestyle. Eligible interns may receive such benefits as:
- A stipend to be used towards housing
- Daily transportation from housing to work
- On-site banking facilities
- Formal and informal networking opportunities with Allstate executives
- Volunteer/community service opportunities
- Career Development opportunities
A successful internship can help pave the way toward possible full-time employment opportunities with Allstate after graduation. To learn more about spending your summer at Allstate, click here. Many Allstate summer interns receive offers to return for a consecutive internship or for full-time employment after graduation.
Undergraduate and graduate students interested in careers in aerospace, computer/information sciences, statistics, human resources, manufacturing, economics, engineering, mathematics, business, or general science are encouraged to apply to the Boeing company, which will award 1,200 internship positions in Alabama, Arizona, California, Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas, Washington, and the District of Columbia.
Deadlines, eligibility requirements, and compensation vary based on the internship position, so visit www.boeing.com/collegecareers for more details.
Chevron Internship Program
Full time college sophomores, juniors, seniors, and students completing master’s and doctoral study with career interest in business, business management or administration, computer/information sciences, engineering, finance/banking, geology/earth sciences, human resources, information systems, marketing, or political science/government are encouraged to apply to the Chevron Corporation, which will award 300 paid, full time internships to American and international students who are qualified to work in the United States.
Interested students should visit Chevron’s career page for more details.
Congressional Institute Internships
Undergraduate students at accredited 2 or 4-year institutions with an interest in political science / government, public administration / service, law or communications are encouraged to apply for a public policy or legislative policy internship with the Congressional Institute. For more information about paid internships available throughout the year on flexible terms, visit www.conginst.org for additional information or to apply as positions become available.