Summer Internships You Should Start Applying for
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Summer Internships You Should Start Applying for

Summer Internships You Should Start Applying for

With second semester right around the corner, there's only a short amount of time until summer is here. From previous experience, I can tell you that summer is the best time to intern. As college students, we should be applying for as many internships as possible because they give us the experience we need to get ready for the real deal. To help some of y'all out, I have saved you the time and effort and wrote this article on summer internship opportunities that I have researched.   

2015 Summer Internships:     

Engineering Logistics for Walmart: 

Paid base salary.

The 2015 Logistics summer internship program is designed to prepare you for a full-time role within Walmart Logistics. As a Walmart Logistics Intern, you will analyze and design DC processes (material flow, transportation, etc.); demonstrate up-to-date expertise in your field and apply this to the development, execution, and improvement of action plans; execute logistics engineering projects; and identify and implement initiatives to reduce operation expenses within the supply chain.   

Technology Services Intern (BNSF Railway)

Paid $3,938 per month.

The summer internship program provides you an opportunity to learn more about how BNSF's efficient, safe and “green” rail network supports the global supply chain. You’ll participate in group events and projects, experiencing first-hand what it is like to be a full-time BNSF employee. Operating one of the largest railroads in North America, they have countless opportunities for you to develop your skills, create new ideas and even travel!    

Analyst intern (Southwest Airlines) 

Paid $15 an hour.   

Summer Accounting Internship (Santander Consumer) 

Full time paid internship. 

Are you a bottom line, numbers-oriented person with a talent for working with financial models, reports, and spreadsheets? If you have an interest in corporate accounting and how Santander Consumer collects and submits financial numbers to make informed business decisions, then you may be a good fit for their Accounting Internship.  

Little Rock Zoo Intern Animal Care and Education Internships 

The Little Rock Zoo is now accepting applications for 2015 summer animal care and education internships. The Zoo is seeking dependable, hard working college students interested in the field of animal care. Interns will gain valuable experience with exotic animals by training with professional zookeepers. These internships are unpaid and experience-based. Housing and transportation are the responsibility of the intern. The 2015 summer internship term will begin Friday, May 29th and will continue until mid-August. End dates may be no earlier than August 6th and no later than August 24th.   

These are just a few I stumbled upon, but using and typing in “summer internship” and the city/state, will help you find many internship options to apply for. 

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