– Starts January 2022– Part-time 15-20 hours/week– In office work, $18/hour– Ideal candidate: studying finance, accounting or operations management

The Hunt Institute is seeking candidates for their Spring / Summer 2022 Internship and the John M. Belk Impact Fellowship. These roles are great for current students who are interested in Education, Public Policy & Non-Profit Leadership, as they provide hands-on experience and a dive deep into the education policy landscape of North Carolina and beyond. Students will gain experience across a wide array of focus areas in the non-profit arena.Spring 2022 Virtual Internship – DEADLINE is January 14, 2022
Click here for requirements, position details, and how to apply.

Summer 2022 Virtual Internship – DEADLINE is April 22, 2022Click here for requirements, position details, and how to apply.John M. Belk Impact Fellowship – DEADLINE is January 28, 2022
Click here for requirements, position details, and how to apply.


Interested in a position in the Liferay California office? Are you attending a college or university in California or are you from California? Is so, complete the interest form today.

There are available internship positions in the California area in the following areas:

  • Software Engineering (Consulting)Software Engineering (Tech Support)
  • Product Design
  • Marketing
  • HR

Eligibility Criteria:


ETHNICITIES – African American/Black, Hispanic American

RESIDENCY STATUS – U.S. Citizen, U.S. national or permanent resident


ACADEMIC CLASSIFICATION – College Sophomore, College Junior, College Senior

MAJORS – Human Resources, Marketing, Product Design Engineering, Software Engineering

UNCF/Old Dominion Scholars Program

Summer 2022 Internship – Juniors selected for the paid 2022 summer in person internship with Old Dominion Freight Line Inc., will be place in one of the following locations: Atlanta, GA; Columbus, OH; Harrisburg, PA; Morriston, TN; Chicago, IL; Dallas, TX; Houston Tx; Memphis, TN; St. Louis, MO; Jackson, MS and Greensboro, NC.

Applicants for the Program must meet the following criteria:

  • Possess a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.8 on a 4.0 scale.
  • Be an underrepresented minority student classified as a junior during the application process.
  • Be enrolled full-time at any four-year accredited college or university
  • Have a declared major in: logistics and supply chain management, business, business administration, communications or industrial engineering.
  • African American/Black, American Indian – Alaska Native, Asian Pacific Islander American, Hispanic American

Closing: January 24, 2021

The NC Office of Strategic Partnerships (OSP) develops, launches, and enhances partnerships between state government and North Carolina’s research institutions and philanthropic sector. OSP works with state agencies and non-governmental partners on priority policy issues, develops and convenes networks of public sector and research experts, and provides learning and engagement opportunities for stakeholders across sectors. These efforts help the State deepen connections with external research expertise and elevate internal capacity to use and generate evidence in its policy and programmatic functions. OSP is housed in the NC Office of State Budget and Management, which includes data-driven and evidence-based decision making among its priorities.

To apply, please send a resume, interest letter, and sample work product to see Job #5768634 on Handshake

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Eligibility: U. S. Citizen3.0 or higher GPASTEM or DoD Relevant Discipline

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HBCU/MIHE Internship Information Seminar for 2022 Summer InternshipsFor juniors, seniors and graduates onlyFebruary 21, 2022, 4:00-5:00 p.m.

Application Process: November 1, 2021 – February 28, 2022

Internship Program runs: May 16 – August 5, 2022

Freshman, Sophomores and Juniors or anyone graduating after August 2022 may apply

The Georgia Ports Authority is dedicated to providing customers with the most efficient, productive port facilities in the nation, and to creating jobs and business opportunities to benefit more than 9.7 million Georgians. The GPA is committed to maintaining its competitive edge through development of leading-edge technology, marketing and operations to move cargo faster. And, the Authority is working hard to identify what must be done today to sustain growth, performance and security for tomorrow.

Georgia’s deepwater ports in Savannah and Brunswick, together with inland terminals in Chatsworth, Bainbridge and Columbus, are Georgia’s gateways to the world. They are the critical conduits through which raw materials and finished products flow to and from destinations around the globe.

John M. Belk Impact Fellowship for 2022-2023 Academic Year10-month (August 2022 – May 2023) , Paid Internship ProgramDEADLINE to apply: March 21, 2022To learn more →

The Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) is happy to partner with the National Basketball Association (NBA) to select over 50 HBCU students for the inaugural NBA HBCU Fellowship Program.

Eligibility: Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors

Review all the job details and apply today!

Will Begin February 21st – July 29thFor Marketing, Business or Communications MajorsSend resume, cover letter and writing samples to

The North Carolina Governor’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Internship Program, which began in 2015, was created to connect students matriculating at North Carolina’s HBCUs with major corporations and businesses in the private sector throughout the state.


Red HatRed Hat Enterprise Applications System Analyst Intern: See job description →Please email your resume to Ms. Kiana Hayes at:


State Farm BureauBusiness Internship Program: See job description →Please email your resume to Mr. Garion Bunn at: garion@garionbunn.comLenovoFor information on all internships and how to apply, click here →

Red Hat offers internship opportunities that provide professional development, social engagement, networking, meaningful work, and mentorship throughout an intern’s time at Red Hat. The primary goal of these programs is to not only provide these meaningful internship opportunities, but to provide early talent, a long-term pathway into the organization after their internship through conversion into full-time associate roles.For more details →

Join the Special Olympics, Inc. (SOI) Sport & Competition team for the 2022 Spring Semester! Applications for these exciting internship opportunities will close at the end of November. We are currently recruiting for individuals interested in Competition Management, Sports Information, Marketing & Communications and more!

Learn more about the Special Olympics, Inc.→

The Opportunity:

Our Marketing Intern will work closely with our PR Manager and Global Communications team to provide support, research, and input into our public relations initiatives. All applicants must be able and willing to work 20 hours per week from June 6th to August 12th, with one day of the week in our Durham, NC office. This internship will pay $15/hour.

The Opportunity:

As an Engineering Intern you will work with the Pangolin team, which is our local engineering team that works to develop our Merchant Center and audit logs. During this internship you will get to work within the Product organization to develop new features for our platform. All applicants must be able and willing to work 20 hours per week from June 6th to August 12th, with one day of the week in our Durham, NC office. This internship will pay $15/hour.

The Opportunity:

The Professional Services Americas team works closely with commercetools customers to design, architect and implement solutions for complex e-commerce problems. We also provide enhanced support for the commercetools platform which is provided in context of the customers’ needs. All applicants must be able and willing to work 20 hours per week from June 6th to August 12th, with one day of the week in our Durham, NC office. This internship will pay $15/hour.

Interns kick-start careers here in a technical environment that encourages creativity—because we know that our innovation depends on your new ideas. Investing in the next generation is important to us, and you’ll find that our teams are enthusiastic about working with you. In addition to gaining hands-on experience in your chosen field, you’ll learn both the professional and interpersonal skills you’ll need wherever your future takes you.

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UNC Horizons Program at Wake County : UNC Horizons Program at Wake County provides traditional outpatient services for pregnant and parenting women impacted by substance use, violence, and incarceration under the ObGyn Department at UNC. We offer individual and group counseling, case management, medication-assisted treatment and psychiatry services, physical and prenatal care, transportation and informal childcare, and access to mother-child interventions

Location of work site: UNC Addiction Hospital – 107 Sunnybrook Rd. Raleigh, NC 27610; Wake County Health Department 10 Sunnybrook Rd. Raleigh, NC 27610; North Carolina Correction Institute for Women 1034 Bragg St. Raleigh, NC (post-release care coordination)

Preferred Intern: The preferred intern will have Interest in integrative health care, intensive care coordination, systems linkage, substance use disorder, addiction treatment, reproductive and social justice, and perinatal incarceration and/or justice-involvement. Additionally, the ideal intern will identify as a second-year BSW student and MSW candidate.

Length of Ideal Commitment: Full academic term or half academic semester (Fall or Spring only)

Description of Internship:

The primary purpose of this internship is to strengthen skills related to individual, group and family outreach services to women and children in the outpatient perinatal program at the UNC Horizons at Wake County program. This placement’s learning objectives will focus on screenings, referrals, service coordination, developing treatment and transition plans. The individual will act as a liaison with various stakeholders, establish and maintain multiple community partner relationships through outreach, service on committees to promote advocacy. More specifically, this individual will be responsible for screenings, referrals, providing intensive care coordination and transportation, playgroup supervision, and working within an interdisciplinary team to develop treatment and transition plans for individuals leaving incarcerated settings throughout NC. This individual will serve as a first-responder to pregnant women and mothers transitioning from prison or jail by communicating to discharge social workers and facilitating transportation and emergency shelter upon release if needed. 

Further, the student will get a better understanding on how to best work with community resources and stakeholders to ensure smooth provision of services, interagency collaboration, and participant satisfaction while maintaining good clinical services.


How to Apply: All interns are encouraged to apply using the link below. The link can also be accessed on the UNC Horizons Program’s website.

Important things to consider: Internship inquiries submitted through the portal are reviewed on a rolling basis. We strongly encourage individuals to submit their information as soon as possible due to limited placements spaces.

HBCU First is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit startup on a mission to increase college success + career access for Black youth. As the nation’s leading HBCU internship program, we help Black youth navigate the college-to-career journey and bridge the gap between learning and doing.

Dear Students,

HBCU First — a nonprofit startup increasing college success + career access for Black youth — is seeking candidates for their paid fall internship program.

Interested in 1-1 peer support in navigating HBCU life while building your brand and growing your network?

If so, HBCU First’s Near-Peer Mentoring Program cultivates meaningful relationships between college students while providing an opportunity to:

– network with HBCU students across the country
– gain exposure to industry leading companies and
– access professional development workshops.

Students with research experience, apply to HBCU Equity to help design & conduct primary research related to the socio-academic drivers of HBCU students.

Current open positions include Exploratory Program Lead, People Lead, Peer Researcher, Near-Peer Mentor, and First-Year Intern.

Join HBCU First this fall to gain experience, build skills, and grow your network — 100+ paid positions are available.

STEM majors are preferred. Most programs run from Sunday, September 12th to Saturday, November 20th.

Student Testimonials (56-sec video) 

To learn more about these opportunities, please visit and APPLY TODAY!

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There are several internship opportunities via the Thurgood Marshal College Fund. Plese visit this site to view current internships.

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Eligibility Criteria:

  • College Graduate, Master’s Degree Earned,
  • Doctoral/Professional Student, Doctoral/Professional
  • Degree Earned

Seeking Experienced Individuals:

  • Strategic Commodity Manager Supply Chain
  • Product Engineer
  • Lab Service Engineer
  • Software Engineer
  • Sr Control Engineer
  • Sr. Electrical Engineer
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Process Engineer
  • Electrical Engineer

Deadline Extended: January 20, 2022

The Clean Energy Corps is hiring NOW. We need talented, diverse, kind, and hardworking people like you to join this team.

For undergraduates pursuing a degree in Accounting, Finance, or a related field.

Seniors graduating December 2021 – May 2022 are eligible
Cumulative GPA – 3.0 or higher
Start Date – June 2022

The Lenovo Accelerated Sales Rotation (LASR) program is an accelerated early-career development program that is currently recruiting top university students and graduates who have a passion for technology and an aptitude for sales. Members of our LASR team find success across Lenovo in critical Inside, Hybrid, and Field sales positions, operations, marketing, sales enablement, and product development careers. You could have a future as a LASR Sales Associate or Technical Client Advisor.

Apply here →

HighImpact Logistic Services, LLC is a Delivery Service Partner (DSP) for Amazon, the most well-recognized e-commerce site worldwide. The job location is 1201 N Greenfield Parkway, Garner, NC 27529.

Job Description:

We provide non-stop outstanding customer service 7 days a week. Each Delivery Driver Associate is a direct representation of HighImpact Logistic Services, LLC. We are searching for team members who take pride in making the customer interaction enjoyable, who take pride in their outward appearance, and who believe in maintaining a formidable reputation. If this sounds like you, we welcome you to join our team!


  • Candidates must be willing to commit to a consistent schedule (some flexibility is required).
  • Working weekends is required.
  • 5 hour workdays; (Please note: Driver will operate in rain, sleet, and snow until the job is complete).
  • Must be at least 21 years of age.
  • Must be able to lift and move packages weighing up to roughly 50 lbs. (Hand trucks are provided).
  • Excellent communication skills, adaptable, dependable, fast learner.
  • Innate sense of integrity.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license.
  • Must have reliable transportation to and from work.
  • Must follow all traffic laws and safety precautions while operating the company cargo van.
  • Must complete a comprehensive drug screen.


  • 1-year delivery experience preferred but not required.

Preferred availability of candidates: Immediate (available to start in 2 weeks or less).  Please bring your printed resume on the day of your interview, as well as your driver’s license and social security card.

HighImpact Logistic Services, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment opportunities are based upon one’s qualifications and capabilities to perform the essential functions of a particular job. All employment opportunities are provided without regard to race, religion, sex, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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Job Summary:
ABC11/WTVD, the ABC Owned Television station in Raleigh-Durham-Fayetteville, NC has an immediate opening for a motivated and creative Content Editor to work in a very competitive news market.

The ideal candidate must be able to work under tight deadlines in a fast-paced environment and be precise, detail-oriented, and able to take direction. Familiarity with non-linear edit systems such as Adobe Premiere and Dalet is preferred. You must be able to adapt to a constantly changing technical environment while maintaining a high level of excellence with our on-line and over-the-air product. This key newsroom position requires excellent communications skills, a calm demeanor and an ability to trouble shoot under pressure and react accordingly. ABC11 is committed to recruiting and retaining employees who reflect the communities we serve, at all levels of the company. We expect our employees to have a high degree of ethics and a strong ability to work as a team while displaying empathy and inclusion. We also strive to create content that authentically engages and connects with our diverse audience.

In addition to editing elements and packages for broadcast, you will edit content for our Connected TV (CTV) streaming apps, our website and all our social media platforms. You will also be responsible for recording and/or scheduling recordings of video, quality control and archiving material. Candidates should have a working knowledge of a server based-digital media workflow.

Responsibilities include:
-Must have experience editing shows and be proficient in media ingest and management.
-Must be proficient with video and audio principles – overseeing quality control during all newscasts.
-Coordinate with producers on rundowns and scripts

Multiple Openings throughout the US. Remote interviews are starting now!  

Are you a natural problem solver? Are you looking to fast track a career in technology? Whether you’re starting fresh or looking to learn new programming skills, Revature will accelerate your career by giving you the opportunity to learn on the job.

When you apply to Revature, you’re applying for a two-year program to work on enterprise-level, real-world projects contracted by top companies. You’ll build your resume and portfolio while getting paid to learn.

Prior to working with one of our clients, you will receive intense technical and professional training (10-12 weeks). Starting on day one, you become a Revature employee and are paid during the training period before placement with our clients.

Apply here →

Qualifications / Requirements

What we’re looking for:

  • Desire to lead, develop and motivate frontline associates.
  • Self-starting individuals who possess the passion and drive to win.
  • Resilience and adaptability to solve problems and discern priorities in a fast-pace environment.
  • Proven leadership throughout your academic career (on or off campus).
  • Previous selling and/or customer service experience (on or off campus; either through part time jobs, internship or academic clubs).
  • Pursuing a Degree in: Management, Business Administration, Communications, Organizational Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Professional Selling (other related majors will be considered).
  • Ability to work flexible schedules including early mornings, evenings and/or weekend.
  • Flexibility for relocation.
  • Spanish language skills a plus.

Minimum Qualifications – Each candidate is expected to:

  • Be completing their final year of undergraduate studies
  • Hold a Bachelor’s degree prior to the intended full time start date.
  • The position is limited to persons with indefinite right to work in the United States.
  • Have a valid, unrestricted United States (State Issued) driver’s license at least three months prior to start date, and access to an automobile to drive to various sales locations for duration of time in role.
  • Be 21 years of age or older.
  • Have physical ability to lift 25 – 45 pounds repeatedly when needed in daily execution

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Qualifications / Requirements

What we’re looking for:

  • Currently pursuing a degree in: Engineering, Food Science, Operations/Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Organizational Leadership & Supervision, or Business Management (other related majors will be considered)
  • Highly motivated self-starter
  • Proven people/project leadership throughout your academic career (on- or off- campus)
  • Previous experience in an operations environment (on- or off- campus; either through employment, internship, or academic clubs)
  • Ability to work in an unstructured environment with the ability to make trade-off decisions quickly
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a results-oriented, challenging environment
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Effective coaching, facilitation, presentation, and team building skills
  • Ability to give/receive constructive feedback
  • Willingness to work flexible work schedules, including early mornings, evening and/or weekends
  • Flexibility for relocation will allow for greater advancement opportunities
  • Spanish language skills a plus

Minimum Qualifications – Each candidate is expected to:

  • Be completing their final year of undergraduate studies
  • Hold a Bachelor’s degree prior to the intended full time start date
  • This position is limited to persons with indefinite right to work in the United States.

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Abrigo is a leading technology provider of compliance, credit risk, and lending solutions that community financial institutions use to manage risk and drive growth.

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