by Jaime Rodriguez, RDPFS Intern
Finding employment can be difficult during a pandemic, especially if you don’t have much real-world work experience. If this sounds familiar, you may want to consider applying for a remote internship to gain confidence and to develop the valuable skills needed to excel in the workplace, from the comfort and privacy of your own home. If this interests you, here are some hot, remote internship positions available this summer:
The VirtualIntern is offering several paid “Climate Equity Virtual Internships” for college students who are interested in helping agencies move the needle on conservation and climate change issues. This remote internship opportunity will allow interns to have hands-on, real work experience along with mentoring and professional development. The internship is open to current college students, including graduate students, and recent graduates of less than two years who have an interest in conservation, natural resource management, climate change, or sustainability. Experiences with environmental justice, environmental equity, or environmental policy are a plus. This paid internship provides those selected with a weekly stipend. The positions are limited and are extremely competitive, so if you’re interested, apply right away. For more information regarding the “Climate Equity Virtual Internships,” check out the Virtual Intern website. To apply, go to the online application for “Climate Equity Virtual Internships”.
SupplyHouse.com is offering several paid “Project Management Internships” for recent college graduates who are interested in collaborating virtually with an e-commerce company’s Business Operations Team to help the company make innovations to its website, app, and internal business processes and drive company-wide improvements. The internship is also open to current college students working toward a Bachelor’s Degree in business or a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) field. Applicants are required to have excellent organizational, problem-solving, decision-making, and communication skills. This position may require travel to the company headquarters in New York City once during the program for internal meetings and team-building activities. The company will cover the cost of travel for employees out of the area. Please note that at this time only applicants from the following states are eligible to apply: Florida, Georgia, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Washington. For more information regarding the “Project Management Internships” or to apply, check out the internship listing, here.