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1/21/15………… IT Consulting Internship for Summer 2015 – CTS, Inc

CTS will hold ON-CAMPUS interviews for this position on February 24, 2015.

CTS is looking for students to participate in our 2015 Summer Internship Program! This 8-week paid internship is offered in our Atlanta, Birmingham, Charlotte, Chattanooga, Mobile and Nashville offices and demonstrates what it’s like to work at a consulting company.

What you’ll do:

  • Collaborate with team members to create a software application from start to finish
  • Gain real world experience in all phases of the software development lifecycle, including requirements, design, software development, quality assurance, and project management
  • Train in new technologies, learn from current employees, and get feedback along the way

What you’ll need:

The most important thing you will need is a passion for learning new things and solving problems, because that’s what we do! You will also need strong written and verbal communication skills to work with your team and with your client on the project. You’ll need to be at least of Junior standing with a declared major in Computer Science, MIS, or a directly related field and have knowledge and/or practical experience with at least one current programming language, such as C#, VB.NET, or Java.

Why CTS?

Our people are our most important asset. We have over 200 employees across 6 different office locations, but we are all one team. Together, we work with Fortune 1000 clients across the Southeast to build custom solutions to their business problems. Every project is unique, and provides new challenges and opportunities to learn from some of the best minds in the business. Our areas of expertise include software development, quality assurance, business intelligence, application integration, portals & collaboration, and application lifecycle management. Each of our offices has a fun and unique culture, but we all share the same passion for our work. With our career development program and internal training initiatives, you have all the tools you need to reach your full potential. The rest is up to you! Don’t believe us? Check us out for yourself at

Bragging Rights:

  • Best Companies to Work for in Alabama, Business Alabama Magazine, 2012- Present
  • Best and Brightest Companies to Work For in Atlanta finalist, 2012- Present
  • Inc. 500/5000 Fastest Growing Companies in America, Inc. Magazine, 2011-Present

Visit to read more about all the perks of working at CTS!

To apply for this position in the Experience eRecruiting system:  Go to the UTC Career & Student Employment Center website: click on the “Register for eRecruiting” link on the left and read the instructions before creating an account.  Complete your profile and upload your resume in the documents section.  You will now be able to view the Interview Schedules on the left of the page and apply for interviews. The recruiter will review the applicants and decide who will be accepted for the campus interviews. All applicants will be notified of their status.  MUST APPLY BY FEBRUARY 17, 2015



1/20/15……….2015 Volkswagen Distinguished Scholars Program

ORAU will host an information session and on-campus interviews in the UC-Signal Mountain Room on January 30, 2015 beginning at 12:00 pm.

This a summer research internship administered for Volkswagen Chattanooga by ORAU on behalf of Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). 

The program offers students the opportunity to participate in research for ten full weeks during the summer at ORNL where scientific mentors will select projects for individual students based on their interests and degree fields.  An optional second summer is possible where students could further their research at the Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga, TN.


  • Undergraduate student: Junior or Senior during Summer 2015
  • Graduate student: Not yet completed course-work
  • May 2015 graduates entering graduate school
  • STEM degree field with interest in the automotive sector
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen
  • Must have a grade point average of 3.5 or above

The program is open to any eligible student studying a science, technology, engineering or math discipline with an interest in the automotive industry. Examples of research projects interns would be assigned include:

  • Low-Cost Carbon Fiber
  • Battery Storage
  • Biofuels, Engines and Emissions
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Intelligent Transportation Systems
  • Sustainable Manufacturing

Deadline for applications is 12:00 a.m. ET on February 12, 2015.

For more information, please visit

Interested students should email their resumes to and also attend the information session on Friday, January 30.


1/14/14…….Summer 2015 Sales and Marketing Internship – The AroundCampus Group


The AroundCampus Group is the leading collegiate media and marketing company in the U.S. As an AroundCampus summer sales intern you will help connect your college campus with the local community by selling advertising that will appear on our award-winning mobile app, website, and in the UTC Student Planner.

As a Sales Representative you will:

  • Spread the word: You'll be responsible for growing our customer base by consulting with local and national businesses in your college town
  • Be out and about: This is NOT a desk job! You will be in the business community prospecting and working hands-on with clients to build the best advertising package for their business
  • Work full-time this summer, Monday – Friday from 8:30am-5:30pm
  • Be a campus ambassador: Act and think like a market expert for your college community by providing market perspective and advice to your clients
  • Attend our week-long, nationally recognized Sales Foundations Academy Training Program at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill campus; all expenses paid
  • Develop your interpersonal and professional skills as an individual and in a team setting
  • Work closely with a full time Regional Manager to develop sales and marketing skills
  • Work in a team sales environment and deliver on both personal and team goals
  • Gain a skill set that will set you apart from your peers in today’s job market

We want people who are:

  • Confident, driven, competitive and obsessed about their future
  • Great listeners who love to work with people
  • Goal-oriented people who like working alone as much as they like working with a team
  • Willing to constantly learn, improve, and adapt quickly
  • Excited about discovering and exploring Chattanooga
  • Versatile; building relationships across many verticals

Interested applicants should email their resume to Erik Rhoten at  

Upon application submission, students will be directed to the following employer URL to fill out additional information. 



1/13/15………Summer Sales Intern – Reynolds & Reynolds, Dayton, OH

Position Description:

Reynolds and Reynolds is looking for sales students who are ready for a challenging and rewarding internship. Our superior software solutions and award-winning sales, service, and support have made us one of the most recognized and respected companies in the automotive industry.

The goal of the summer sales internship is to give you an understanding of what it’s like to be a sales representative with Reynolds while also gaining valuable, real-world sales experience.  You will learn about the different sales responsibilities including lead generation, gathering competitive intelligence and the implementation of market strategies and programs.  When you are not attending training or traveling with a Field Sales Representative, you will be working as a part of our inside sales team in Dayton, OH where you will get a chance to utilize your training by obtaining specific sales goals that will be set for you.  You will have the opportunity to prove yourself as a strong sales associate by competing with your fellow interns in a sales competition. The culmination of your experiences will end with a final presentation to our sales leadership team.   If you are a student with a desire to excel and succeed in sales within a reputable company this is the internship for you!

This internship will begin on May 18, 2015 and end August 7, 2015. You will work at our Headquarters building located in Dayton, OH. Paid housing will be provided for out of town students.


  • Currently a Sophomore or Junior in college with a long-term interest in Sales as a career
  • Must be a self-starter with good time management skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to work full time hours
  • Willingness to travel as the internship will include 3 weeks of travel 

Company Information: Founded in 1866, Reynolds and Reynolds provides document and software solutions to the automotive industry (  We offer solutions for each area of the dealership including parts, service, accounting, and sales.  Reynolds employs more than 4,300 associates worldwide. 


We strive to offer an environment that provides our associates with the right balance between work and family. We offer a comprehensive benefits package including:

  • Free on-site fitness center with a cardiovascular fitness area, weight room, daily fitness classes, and locker and shower facilities
  • Health Center staffed by a Nurse Practitioner and on-site prescription delivery
  • Company sports leagues including softball, volleyball, soccer, and many more
  • On-site softball field, basketball courts, and volleyball courts
  • World-class cafeteria with a variety of daily options and specials
  • Convenience store with a full-service Starbucks coffee bar, magazines, greeting cards, and a large assortment of snacks
  • Company-sponsored events including the Family Picnic, Company Cook-Off, and Charity Bike Build
  • Associate discounts for cell phones, cars, computers, entertainment, and much more

To Apply:  Submit your resume directly to; or, visit our website at to learn more.

Reynolds and Reynoldspromotes a healthy lifestyle by providing a non-smoking environment.



1/12/15……….Summer 2015 Engineering & Scientific Internship – Aerospace Testing Alliance


Aerospace Testing Alliance (ATA), a joint venture of Jacobs Engineering, PAE, and GP Strategies, provides operations, maintenance, and support services at the Air Force's Arnold Engineering Development Complex, Arnold Air Force Base, TN.

AEDC is the nation's most advanced and largest complex of flight simulation test facilities in the world. The $11 billion complex operates 43 aerodynamic and propulsion wind tunnels, rocket and turbine engine test cells, space environmental chambers, arc heaters, ballistic ranges and other specialized units. Many of the complex's test units have capabilities unmatched elsewhere in the United States; some are unique in the world. 


ATA's Internship Program is an opportunity for students to work with engineers and scientists involved in testing hypersonics, space simulation, rockets, propulsion systems, laboratory and test operations, modeling and simulation, space environments, hypervelocity Aerodynamic/Aero-Thermal/Aero-Optics, scientific research and project management. 


  • Must be pursuing a degree in any of the following engineering disciplines: Aerospace, Mechanical, Electrical, or Computer Engineering; Computer Science, Physics, or Engineering Physics. 
  • Minimum of 60 semester hours completed prior to beginning of work term. 
  • Minimum GPA of 2.75. 
  • Students from any university with an accredited engineering program are encouraged to apply.

Summer Internship assignments will run May through the first of August 2015. 

Interested and qualified students should upload a current resume when submitting their application. Pdf files work best; .doc and .docx are also acceptable.

Apply online at

**Due to Air Force Security requirements U. S. Citizenship is required for employment at AEDC.

ATA is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V.



1/9/15………….Project Manager Apprentice – Botsko Builders, Inc

Description:    General Contractor seeking (1-2) Construction Management students for summer employment.  Students will work daily with Sr. Project Managers overseeing multiple residential construction projects.  (All Sr. Project Managers currently on staff have over 25 years of construction experience.)

Responsibilities will include client interaction, daily scheduling, subcontractor coordination, project budgets, project timelines, project cleanliness, etc. 

Tenure:  May 2015 – August 2015 (flexible)

Botsko Builders Inc. ( is a regional general contractor headquartered in Hendersonville, TN.  We are a Design/Build firm that focuses on residential projects ranging from $500,000 to $5 million.  We also operate a commercial division, service division, and a real estate company.  Our hope would be to develop relationships through seasonal opportunities with candidates while in school that could result in permanent placement upon graduation.

Compensation:  Negotiable. Applicants must provide their own housing in the Greater Nashville area.

Please contact: Shane Holt at if interested.




Will be looking to fill 3 positions

At Walgreens, we help people get, stay and live well. That’s our core purpose and the difference we make in people’s lives every day. Our purpose has shaped the direction of our company since Charles R. Walgreen Sr. founded his first drugstore in 1901, and it still does today.

Our team members make that purpose come to life in our over 7,800 stores in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, in our call centers, distribution centers, on-site clinics, specialty pharmacies and corporate offices. In fact, those daily demonstrations of our purpose have helped Walgreens become an industry leader and a household name.

Walgreens has something for everyone who wants to build a successful career. Here, you’ll find supportive co-workers, an innovative environment and the tools you need to grow your skills, help build healthy communities and advance your career.

As the nation's leading pharmacy, we seek professional individuals to fill key positions at Walgreens, ensuring our leadership and taking us to even higher levels of growth, profitability, innovation and customer service. Walgreens is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes individuals of diverse talents and backgrounds. Walgreens promotes and supports a drug-free and smoke-free workplace.

Ten weeks that could change your future! At Walgreens, you have the best of both worlds: the training, support and resources of one of America's largest retail organizations behind you, plus the encouragement to be a true entrepreneur. Because we want you to succeed in your retail career, we've created a comprehensive, step-by-step management development program (LEAP) that will equip you to become a Walgreens store manager, and from there — depending on your career goals — to move into higher levels of retail management at Walgreens.

The internship program is designed for college students to complete during the summer between their junior and senior years in school, exposes students to management skills and a full range of retail operations at Walgreens.

Interns will work with experienced store managers to learn about store operations, management responsibilities, merchandising, advertising, inventory, and human resources.

By the end of your ten-week internship, you'll know just what it means to manage a Walgreens store.

It’s also an opportunity for us to seek exceptional students, prior to their senior year of college, to train for future management consideration.

Lead, Engage, Advance, Perform (LEAP) is a comprehensive management development program including workshops, online learning and on the job coaching/mentoring preparing Assist Store Manager Trainees for a store management career path.

Get paid to learn!

  • Minimum GPA: 2.75
  • The internship is conducted between the months of May through August.
  • Interns are paid hourly
  • $14.00 per hour
  • Interns are scheduled for 40-hour work week

Apply online via







  • At least a junior standing (completion of sophomore year) working toward an undergraduate degree in general life sciences, forestry, wildlife, geology, geography, history, anthropology/archaeology, natural resource based recreation with a minor in life sciences or history or other related areas of study.  Coursework in outdoor leadership and/or wilderness skills is supportive and desirable but not mandatory:
  • A sound knowledge of or motivation to learn about the natural and cultural history of the park area;
  • Personality and communicative skills conducive to work in public service while guiding and directing interpretive programs, assisting park visitors and supporting park rangers and staff in a myriad of administrative, maintenance and operational duties;
  • Writing skills as applied to organizing information, completing reports, generating interpretive program transcripts and responding to requests for park information.


Seasonal Interpretive Rangers are responsible for:  providing interpretive programs such as guided tours, hikes, slide shows, demonstrations, campfires and other outdoor activities for park visitors; assisting the park rangers in the protection of the natural and cultural features, park boundary inspection/maintenance and other resource management activities as assigned; assisting the park rangers in assuring that park facilities, buildings, grounds and equipment are secure; assists rangers in the inspection and maintenance of buildings, grounds and equipment; assists rangers with routine reports and records; assists rangers in scheduling, delegating and executing work assignments of various groups.


  • A valid vehicle operator license is required.
  • Desirable but not required certifications:  CPR, Advanced First Aid, First Responder or Emergency Medical Technician


Good Physical condition:  ability to do much hiking, climbing and carrying; ability to perform responsibly under emergency and crisis situations.

For further information contact the Program Services office:  John Froeschauer – 615-333-6732 –

On Campus Interviews will be held on campus at the Biology Office on February 17th

To sign up for an interview and  pick up an application and pre-interview questions, see Marketta in the Biology Office – 215 Holt Hall

*Please bring a completed application and copy of transcript to the interview!


1/8/15…………..Unum 2015 Summer Internship Program

Company Information

Unum is one of the leading providers of employee benefits products and services and is the largest provider of group and individual disability insurance in the United States. We help protect more than 25 million working people and their families in the event of illness or injury.

Unum is a Fortune 500 company with significant operations in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Portland, Maine, Worcester, Massachusetts and Glendale, California with 35 field offices nationwide. Unum also has international offices in Dorking, England and Carlow, Ireland.

We have consistently been selected by Business Insurance magazine as the Best Place to Work among insurance companies in America and have been recognized as a Best Place to Work in the states of Maine, Massachusetts, and Tennessee. The company's leadership position and tremendous growth potential make it a place of outstanding professional opportunity.

Unum is a company of people serving people.  At Unum, our people truly make a difference, in the lives of our customers, our local communities and in the success of our company.

Anticipated 2015 Paid Internships:

  • Accounting
  • Benefit Operations
  • Business Operations
  • Consumerism
  • Finance
  • Human Resources
  • Marketing
  • Underwriting

Potential Locations:

  • Portland, ME
  • Columbia, SC
  • Chattanooga, TN
  • Worcester, MA

Program Highlights

  • Work for the leader in the disability-based employee benefits marketplace & in a professional office setting.
  • Contribute to meaningful project work that will leave a lasting impact on the business. Previous intern projects have included:
  • Identifying IT risks for a new cloud solution for client management in field offices
  • Teaming with HR staffing to create new standards for internal hiring processes
  • Analyzing unpaid time off in high-volume areas to provide solutions to management
  • Learn about departmental & corporate functions.
  • Attend weekly information sessions & networking opportunities with senior leaders across enterprise locations.
  • Take part in social & community service activities with fellow interns.
  • Earn college credit for your internship. (Faculty/Hiring Manager pre-approvals are required)


  • Candidate must be enrolled in an accredited college degree program. Preference given to rising seniors and first year graduate students.
  • Required GPA of 3.3 in major or overall GPA of 3.3
  • Demonstrated leadership abilities and on-campus involvement
  • Strong analytical and critical thinking skills
  • Must be proficient in MS Word and Excel software applications
  • Ability to work independently and be self-directed on project work.
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Intern must be available to work approximately 40 hours per week during regular business hours. The internship program will last about 10-12 weeks.

Apply online at

Thank you for your interest in Unum! After applying you will receive an email confirmation that your application has been received. Please note that we will not be reviewing applications until the end of 2014/early 2015 for our internships.

Unum is an equal opportunity employer, considering all qualified applicants and employees for hiring, placement, and advancement, without regard to a person's race, color, religion, national origin, age, genetic information, military status, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, or protected veteran status.



1/8/15………..2015 summer internships with FedEx

FedEx has the following internships available for Summer 2015:

  • 23017 Intern Accounting Projects
  • 23018 Intern Corporate Initiatives
  • 23019 Intern Customer Technology Consultant
  • 23020 Intern Finance
  • 23021 Intern Human Resources
  • 23024 Intern IT Information Security
  • 23026 Intern IT Technical Analyst
  • 23029 Intern Marketing and Communications
  • 23032 Intern IT Programmer Analyst
  • 23038 Intern Revenue Management
  • 23046 Intern Strategic Market Analysis
  • 23048 Intern Sales Analyst
  • 23049 Intern Sales Efficiency
  • 23050 Intern Solutions Education and Enablement
  • 23062 Intern IT Business Analyst
  • 23064 Intern IT Business Analyst – FedEx TechConnect
  • 23065 Intern Process Engineer
  • 23066 Intern Process Engineer – FedEx TechConnect
  • 23067 Intern Strategy Planning and Analysis
  • 23068 Intern Strategy Planning and Analysis – FedEx TechConnect

We typically target students at the following levels: Juniors approaching Senior year, Senior enrolled in a graduate degree program, and 1st year graduate students. To be considered for a summer internship position, all candidates must submit an application online.

How should I apply?

  1. Go to  
  2. Select a country – UNITED STATES
  3. Select an operating company – FEDEX SERVICES
  4. Click SEARCH NOW
  5. Type keyword INTERN to view all available internship positions
  6. Click SEARCH
  7. Click on the job titles to view each description
  8. Click APPLY FOR THIS JOB ONLINE to submit your application

What happens next?
January – February: candidates are selected for interviews
January – March: successful candidates receive offers
June 1 – August 7: summer internship program



1/6/15…………… Eichenthal Fellowship


The Eichenthal Fellows program provides financial support ($4,000 per fellow) for undergraduate students to participate in summer internships at nonprofit organizations focused on public interest and policy issues. Each year, two fellowships - one in Chattanooga, TN and one in Brooklyn, NY - will be awarded to motivated undergraduate students that have demonstrated an interest in nonprofit, public interest, or public policy work. Fellowships last 10 weeks throughout the summer and provide participating students with professional, project-focused experience in effective organization working to address a range of community issues.

To be considered for the Eichenthal Fellowship, applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • Undergraduate with junior or senior standing
  • Major in policy/public interest related field
  • Recommendations from two professors

Deadline for applications is March 2, 2015

For more info and application, please visit



1/5/15………… Crew Member  - Southern Appalachian Wilderness Stewards (SAWS)

2015 Crew Member Job Description

Want to work and live in some of the most pristine, remote, and ecologically diverse areas in the southeastern United States?  Interested in gaining hands-on job experience in the field of conservation?  Southern Appalachian Wilderness Stewards (SAWS) is looking for crew members to work on multi-day backcountry stewardship projects. These seasonal positions run 12 weeks, starting May 18 and ending August 7. 

Crew members will be provided detailed training, including Wilderness First Aid, crosscut saw certification, and skills instruction at the Wilderness Skills Institute (May 18-29), a joint training program of the SAWS program, the Appalachian Trail Conservancy and the US Forest Service.

Following training, crews of four members, led by a crew leader and assistant crew leader, will spend 10 weeks completing stewardship projects. Crews will work 10 days at a time, camped in backcountry locations, and will have 4 days off between hitches.  Members will be directed by their assigned crew leader and assistant crew leader in the field, and will report to the Executive Director of SAWS.

Field Work

Wilderness stewardship encompasses a broad range of field projects.  Some project types crews may engage in include:

  • Non-native and invasive species removal
  • Trail relocations
  • Erosion control (installing water bars, grade dips, log or stone steps, etc.)
  • Baseline species data collection
  • Public education (Leave No Trace, bear safety and awareness, Wilderness education, etc.)
  • Mitigating campsite impacts
  • Reestablishing trail tread
  • Brushing trail corridors and removing downed trees

Position Location

Positions will be based in Tellico Plains, TN, or in western North Carolina.  Crews will work in wilderness areas, wilderness study areas, and inventoried roadless areas on the national forests surrounding their base.


  • $10.10/hour
  • Housing available

Expected Responsibilities

  • Work effectively with fellow crew members under the direction of crew leaders to complete assigned stewardship projects
  • Maintaining high standard levels for project completion
  • Exemplifying the SAWS mission and vision
  • Assisting in developing and maintaining strong, positive relationships with US Forest Service personnel, partner organization staff, and partner organization volunteers
  • Creating media (blogs, photography, video, etc.) to share for reporting and documentation
  • Practicing Leave No Trace principals on project sites and in camp
  • Following and practicing SAWS organizational policies on project sites and in camp
  • Maintaining a fun, safe, and positive working environment

Required Skills

  • Enthusiasm for the mission and work of SAWS
  • Ability to complete strenuous physical tasks, including traveling on foot over rough terrain for up to 10 miles per day while carrying 50 lbs. or more
  • Ability to live and work in a remote and primitive setting with diverse groups of people

2015 Seasonal Time Frame

  • Wilderness Skills Institute: May 18-29, 2015
  • Crew Orientation: June 1-3, 2015
  • Field Season: June 4-August 7, 2015

To Apply

If you are interested in applying for the Crew Member position, please send a resume and cover letter to with the subject line "2015 Seasonal Crew Member Application".  Questions regarding the application and application process may be submitted via email to

About Southern Appalachian Wilderness Stewards

Southern Appalachian Wilderness Stewards (SAWS) was created in 2010 to steward protected public lands in the national forests of the Southern Appalachian region, which includes areas in Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Virginia.  The geographic footprint of SAWS includes 45 wilderness areas in 5 national forests, as well as several wilderness study and inventoried roadless areas. SAWS serves as a resource for the federal agencies, supplementing existing stewardship efforts and providing support where there are none.  Our organization focuses on engaging local communities across our landscape in active volunteerism and developing the next generation of public lands stewards.  SAWS is an equal opportunity employer.



1/5/15……….Summer Camp Positions -- Camp Juliette Low, Cloudland, GA

Located on top of Lookout Mountain in Cloudland, Georgia (about 45 minutes south of Chattanooga), Camp Juliette Low (CJL) is an overnight summer camp for girls ages 7-17. CJL was founded in 1922 by Juliette Low, founder of the Girl Scouts, and is on the National Register of Historic Places as the first GS camp in the Southeast; however, CJL has operated independently from the Girl Scouts since the 1930s. Today, CJL provides campers with exciting, outdoor experiences that foster self-confidence, promote teamwork, encourage independence, and develop leadership skills. Activities emphasize outdoor living skills and recreation, including canoeing, sailing, ropes course, archery, horseback, and fire building. Campers and counselors live in four-person platform tents in a wooded setting... singing, traditions, campfires-- we are the real deal!

POSITIONS AVAILABLE: June1- August 1, 2015

  • Camp Counselors-- women aged 18+, must enjoy the outdoors and working with children
  • Pool Director-- women aged 21+, lifeguard certification required
  • Lake Director-- women aged 21+, canoeing/sailing/kayaking experience and lifeguard certification required
  • Horseback Director-- women aged 21+, manage barn, care for 12 horses, teach classes
  • Horseback Assistants-- women aged 18+, experience riding and caring for horses required
  • Ropes Course Director-- women aged 21+, high/low ropes, climbing wall, team building; certifications/training required
  • Kitchen Staff-- women aged 18+, food prep experience required

Join our experienced staff and spend your summer outside having fun and gaining valuable experience in programming, leadership, and group management. Make friends and make a difference!

For more information and to print an application, go to our website ( and look under the "For Staff" tab in the top-right corner of the page. Email Joanne at with questions. 

CJL... preparing girls for confident living and leadership since 1922.



12/29/14…………..SALES & MARKETING INTERN – Five Star Food Service

Five Star Food Service, one of the Southeast’s premier full-line vending, micro-market, coffee and food service providers, seeks an intern to join its Sales & Marketing Department with potential for full-time employment upon graduation.

Five Star provides services for some of the region’s largest employers such as UTC, Amazon, Volkswagen, Procter & Gamble, Shaw, Mohawk, GAP, Master Craft, Kia, La-Z-Boy and more!

Hours: 20 Hours per week (flexible between 8:00AM-5:00PM)

Desired Start Date: April 1, 2015

Duties & Responsibilities: (include but are not limited to)

  • Assist marketing team with launch of CRM database
  • Assist marketing team with market research and customer satisfaction survey
  • Assist marketing team with various marketing and promotions projects
  • Assist marketing team with planning and execution of annual company meeting
  • Assist sales team with prospecting sales leads
  • Assist sales team with qualifying sales leads
  • Assist sales team in setting sales appointments via telephone


  • Open to students who qualify for internship by UTC degree requirements
  • 3.0 cumulative GPA
  • Outgoing and energetic personality
  • Strong customer service and communication skills
  • Previous sales experience preferred, but not required

Pay Range: $9.00 per hour

Workspace: Intern will work in a shared office space with marketing department

Travel Requirements: Minimal (if any)

How to Apply: Submit cover letter and resume to the attention of C. J. Recher via email ( or mail to 6005 Century Oaks Drive, Chattanooga, TN 37416



12/19/14………Summer 2015 Program Intern – Hickory Hill (Thomson, Georgia)


Hickory Hill, the historic home of Senator Thomas E. Watson has an education internship available for an upcoming professional interested in archaeology, history, ecology, environmental science, and educating children. The site is owned and operated by the Watson-Brown Foundation, Inc.

Position Available:  Museum Education Summer Intern, 40 hours per week. Intern will be onsite Monday – Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm.

Duration:  May 26th through July 31, 2015

Responsibilities include: 

The Intern will work with the Curator & Educator to conduct 4 weeks of summer day camps for local teens & tweens.  Two weeks are devoted to archaeology with excavations at the Jeffersonian Publishing Plant site.  One week is focused on ecology. One week is focused on history technology.  The Intern will be co-teaching with the Educator, and will assist with curriculum development. 

Requirements, Abilities & Skills:

  • Experience working with children is mandatory.
  • Must be a US citizen or already residing in the US with verified work visa status
  • an enrolled university student, recent graduate, or graduate student in anthropology, history, museum education, public history, environmental science, or education
  • A desire to work outdoors.
  • Ability to teach activities to a group.
  • Responsible, reliable, and dedicated to job performance.
  • Commitment to being a team player.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Creative problem solving and ability to use available resources.
  • Able to pass a drug test and background check.
  • First Aid and CPR skills are a plus, but not mandatory. 

Compensation:  $1400 per month.  Housing is provided in a furnished cottage at Hickory Hill.  All utilities, Internet, and cable TV are paid.  Laundry facilities on-site.

Interested candidates should submit the following information by February 15, 2015:

  • Resume
  • Cover Letter
  • Required Application (request the Word file from Michelle at
  • DO NOT send transcripts or letters of recommendation.

Submit Application Materials to:
Ms. Michelle Zupan, Curator
Hickory Hill
502 Hickory Hill Drive
Thomson, GA  30824
Phone: 706-595-7777; Fax: 706-595-7177



12/18/14……….Wilderness Instructors (Summer 2015) - YMCA

The BOLD/GOLD Wilderness School is dedicated to developing multi-cultural leadership skills in diverse groups of gender specific youth through outdoor adventures. Our vision is to create a world where young people have the emotional intelligence, courage, and compassion to be positive multicultural leaders in their communities. In the summer of 2015 we will serve 130 youth on 14 different 4 to 7 day backpacking, rock climbing, mountain biking and canoeing trips. 50% of our students participate on scholarship.

We are currently hiring Wilderness Instructors for this coming summer, 2015. Programs are based out of Chattanooga, TN.

Primary responsibilities include:

  • Teach outdoor skills during 4 to 7 day wilderness-based rock climbing, backpacking, canoeing, mountain biking expeditions and to deliver high quality and safe courses
  • Create values-forming experiences for self-identified adolescents and work with parents/guardians to provide holistic support for teens and their families
  • Support the organization’s overall cultural competency development
  • Critical Success Factors and Qualifications:
  • Professional instructional experience backpacking, rock climbing, kayaking/canoeing, and/or mountaineering
  • Commitment to working with diverse groups
  • Excellent judgment and decision making skills
  • Strong group facilitation, communication, and conflict resolution skills
  • Ability to create an inclusive environment for all participants
  • Experience making the transference of a wilderness experience relevant to the everyday lives of urban youth
  • Experience facilitating activities addressing issues facing adolescent girls or boys
  • Experience leading art, science, and/or environmental education activities

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Trip Leaders: Current W-EMT, WFR; Assistant Instructors: WFA or CPR
  • Clear criminal background check; safe driving record
  • Instructors must be available for training in the Chattanooga area in mid/late May
  • Instructors are in the field during programs

Dates of employment: Summer programs run May 25th-July 31st. Instructors are contracted on a course-by-course basis including paid time for planning and debriefing. Opportunities exist for additional work based on interest and availability. Must be available evenings and weekends.

Instructors DO NOT have to be available for all dates.

Compensation: DOE, $60- $100/day. Benefits with full summer commitment include a YMCA membership, access to pro-deals, and professional development opportunities.

To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to or mail to:
J A Henry YMCA
301 West 6th St.
Chattanooga, TN 37402



12/15/14…………Summer Camp Counselors – KECamps, Dalton, GA

KE Camps operates day camps at country clubs all across the United States and this summer we will be running a camp at The Dalton Golf and Country Club. A regular day at camp is filled with games, crafts, fun with food, science experiments, lunch, and swimming. Campers are also introduced to tennis and/or golf during the camp day. Every Wednesday is a Wacky Wednesday theme filled day, with themes such as Camp Carnival, A Day at the Zoo, and Lost in Space. We also have Thankful Thursdays where campers participate in a project that will help support a charity. We want our day camps to provide memories that children will keep for a lifetime.   

KECamps is actively seeking summer camp counselors for Camp Dalton!  

What can be better than working in a beautiful setting and being with kids all day while building your resume and creating wonderful relationships with your co-workers and campers?! 

Qualities Necessary:

  • Ability to work with children to grow in character, experiences and insights
  • Ability to guard the health and well-being of campers at all times
  • Prior experience working with children
  • Enthusiastic, Responsible, Dependable, Level-Headed, Flexible, and Calm in all situations
  • Completed at least one year of college 


  • Work with group of campers and provide a fun, safe and exciting camp experience
  • Cooperate with fellow counselors and camp director
  • Greet families and campers upon arrival
  • Support camp director in establishing rules and emergency procedures with campers
  • Participate in all camp activities
  • Help out where needed and lead activities when asked to by the camp director

 This summer position has a working schedule of 20-40 hours per week, Monday through Friday.  Camp will run 6/8-6/26, 7/6-7/24. 

All applicants must also be certified in CPR/First Aid before the start of the summer

Please refer to for exact camp dates before applying – camp counselors must be available for the entire camp season.

Please apply directly online at:

KECamps is an equal opportunity employer to all employees and applicants for employment. No person will be discriminated against in employment because of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, disability, military status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local.



12/11/14…….Activities Counselor – Camp Cody in Freedom, New Hampshire


The Activities Counselor will plan, direct, and implement activities in his or her area of expertise and coordinate the activities into the entire camp program.


  • Teach and stimulate the interest of staff and campers in the area of expertise.
  • Create lesson plans based on increasing camper competence and skill level in activity area.
  • Implement innovative and fun lesson plans and teaching techniques.
  • Conduct a regular check of equipment for safety, cleanliness, and good repair.
  • Set up activity area during staff week.
  • Submit orders for supplies and equipment during staff week or when needed ensuring the timely arrival of materials.
  • Conduct an initial and end of the season inventory and store all equipment properly.
  • Evaluate current season and make recommendations for equipment or program changes for the next season.
  • Work as a member of a team of counselors who provide guidance and support to all campers and staff.
  • Plan and prepare for inter-camp sporting events and activities, when applicable.
  • Assist with all-camp events, evening programs, trips.
  • Complete tasks as assigned by supervisors.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Training, certification, or documented experience in the respective activity.
  • Experience working with children.
  • Knowledge of safety practices as applicable to the respective activity.
  • Endurance and stamina needed to provide constant programming and supervision to campers.
  • Ability to spend long hours teaching area of expertise.
  • Positive attitude and sense of humor.
  • Patience and ability to discipline campers in an appropriate way when necessary.

Compensation Details/Other Benefits: 

$250-$400/week; room and board included!

Apply online at  



11/20/14……… Advanced Internship with 21st Mortgage – Knoxville, TN


21st Mortgage, a Knoxville based nationwide lender is the leading provider of financing in the manufactured housing industry. Our affiliation with Berkshire-Hathaway will continue to give a level of support few other companies enjoy.  Our entry-level position of financial counselor is a training position for all levels of our company. FC’s are not commission-based, are not sales-oriented, and require no specific major. Our ADVANCED INTERNS will be trained to be “FCs”.

21st Mortgage has a history of promoting from within, and because of this, we take special care in hiring all positions. We consider our Financial Counselor "entry-level" position a training one, where you can learn our business and begin to work your way up in our organization. It’s our most recruited position. It is considered "entry-level" because it requires no previous experience, but it is an excellent starting position in this industry for learning the business and understanding our customers. Nearly every manager at 21st who has been promoted within the last ten years has been an FC at some point in his/her career. Financial Counselors learn valuable skills that transfer to all facets of the mortgage industry and prepare those individuals for advancement into higher level positions anywhere.

21st Mortgage is located in the heart of revitalized downtown Knoxville, Tennessee. Knoxville was acknowledged as the number one city for college graduates to begin their careers, according to a national survey completed by the Economic Research Institute. Known for its proximity to some of the country’s greatest natural resources, residents enjoy their leisure time on the many lakes around the Tennessee Valley or the nature trails of the Great Smoky Mountains. Residents also enjoy big time college sports associated with the University of Tennessee and minor league hockey and baseball franchises. Sports not your thing? The numerous theater and performance venues bring all types of entertainment acts to the city.

Step out into the wild real work world, and test drive a career at 21st Mortgage. After our first internship program commenced in the summer of 2014, we decided to start a co-op. We want you to take advantage of becoming a full-time financial counselor with us for an entire semester. Joining us for this rare opportunity will benefit your resume – having full-time experience working your own accounts in a real mortgage company. It will benefit your pocket – having full-time pay with bonus potential every month. It will benefit your brain – receiving a complete understanding of the total workings of a mortgage company while visiting each department at 21st Mortgage. It will benefit your life! Working at 21st Mortgage is a unique experience because of our atmosphere. The people are the number one reason our employees love working here. 21st won’t just benefit your life; it’ll change it.

Interested applicants can apply online at



11/17/14………….Summer Camp Counselor at Deer Run

Location: Thompson’s Station, TN

We are looking for college-aged students who love Christ, love kids, and have a heart to serve.

Being on summer staff at Deer Run Christian Camps is a unique opportunity to teach, encourage, mentor, guide, and lead children and youth through week-long camp experiences. If you choose Deer Run as your place of ministry for the summer, you will have the ability to positively affect student’s lives for the Kingdom of God. You will also gain unforgettable life experiences and possibly make new, life-long friendships with other staffers.

Applications are online NOW!

For our online application as well as more information about this position, please visit our website:



11/12/14………….SUMMER 2015 Sales and Marketing Paid Internship

Company Description:

The AroundCampus Group is the leading campus media and marketing company in the United States. Over the past 41 years, The AroundCampus Group’s media portfolio has been a valuable advertising vehicle for local, regional, and national businesses to engage the campus community. No other company matches AC's history, experience and depth of knowledge in reaching this audience. America's leading campuses know and trust AC's commitment to excellence, integrity in dealings, dedication to students and its unparalleled devotion to customers. Today, The AroundCampus Group is the nation’s finest college-obsessed media and marketing company.

Job Description:

The AroundCampus Group is the leading collegiate media and marketing company in the U.S. As an AroundCampus summer sales intern you will help connect your college campus with the local community by selling advertising that will appear on our award-winning mobile app, website, and in the UT Chat Student Planner.

As a Sales Representative you will:

  • Spread the word: You'll be responsible for growing our customer base by consulting with local and national businesses in your college town
  • Be out and about: This is NOT a desk job! You will be in the business community prospecting and working hands-on with clients to build the best advertising package for their business
  • Work full-time this summer, Monday – Friday from 8:30am-5:30pm
  • Be a campus ambassador: Act and think like a market expert for your college community by providing market perspective and advice to your clients
  • Attend our week-long, nationally recognized Sales Foundations Academy Training Program at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill campus; all expenses paid
  • Develop your interpersonal and professional skills as an individual and in a team setting
  • Work closely with a full time Regional Manager to develop sales and marketing skills
  • Work in a team sales environment and deliver on both personal and team goals 
  • Gain a skill set that will set you apart from your peers in today’s job market

We want people who are:

  • Confident, driven, competitive and obsessed about their future
  • Great listeners who love to work with people
  • Goal-oriented people who like working alone as much as they like working with a team
  • Willing to constantly learn, improve, and adapt quickly
  • Excited about discovering and exploring Chattanooga
  • Versatile; building relationships across many verticals

Watch our internship Video at:

Apply online at:



11/11/14……….Spring or Summer 2015 Internships and Co-Op Positions in Project Management – Hodges & Hicks

Location: Roswell, GA

Who is Hodges & Hicks?

Hodges & Hicks is a privately owned general contractor based in Atlanta, GA that primarily focuses on large commercial work at private schools, churches, hospitals, data centers, and office buildings. Hodges & Hicks was built around its hard-working , dedicated employees and continues to attract the best talent in the construction industry.

Who is Hodges & Hicks looking to Hire?

Hodges & Hicks is a growing company, looking to strengthen and expand by hiring young, capable, and motivated individuals. As an employee, you will learn about the full construction process through a combination of experiences in the field and the office, serving in preconstruction or project management. Long term growth with Hodges & Hicks combines large scale opportunities as a project manager, estimator or superintendent with a young and ambitious professional atmosphere.

  • Spring or Summer of 2015, full-time and part-time positions available.
  • Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors are welcome to apply.
  • Construction Management Students are encouraged to apply
  • Students will work along side project managers on several different projects to develop a wide range of experience and project management skills.

Email Resumes to:



11/5/14………2015 Seasonal Workers Needed at Eseeola Lodge in Linville, NC

The Eseeola Lodge at Linville Golf Club in Linville, NC has been in existence since 1892.  We are a seasonal community with a hotel, fine dining, golf, tennis, hiking, etc.   

We are currently hiring for our Dining Room and Culinary teams for the upcoming 2015 season.   

We need employees who will be available full time for the duration of our season (May-October) available from approximately May 15th until October 19th.   

Graduating?  Taking a semester off?  Free Room and Board.  The Eseeola Lodge at Linville Golf Club ( in Linville, NC is currently hiring for our 2014 season.  May-October employment is required to be eligible for employment.   

We are taking applications for Dining Room and Culinary positions.  Very competitive pay.  We offer free housing and meals for our full time staff.   

Eseeola is a great place to learn, make friends, and save money.  For an application and further information please email





Dates: June 16 to August 7, 2014 

Compensation:  $1400 - $2000 Plus Travel Expense, Room & Board

Positions: Tennis, High and Low Ropes Course, Outdoor Adventure (mountain biking, hiking, camping, etc.) Gymnastics, Water-Skiing, Life-guarding (WSI), Theatre, Arts and Crafts (wood working, ceramics, jewelry, rocketry), Roller Hockey, Lacrosse, Baseball, Softball, Basketball, Soccer, Archery, Media (web design, video, yearbook, newspaper), and more....

Description:   Iroquois Springs, located just 90 miles from New York City, is a co-ed residential camp in the Lower Catskill Mountains for boys and girls between the ages of 7 and 16. 

If you are an energetic and motivated person with a love for children and working in an outdoor and energetic environment sounds rewarding, our summer team may be the right fit for you!

Iroquois Springs is a safe, fun filled environment for children looking to experience the magic camp has to offer while creating positive memories that will shape each child’s future.  Iroquois Springs is simply an extraordinary place for children!  

Located just 90 miles from New York City, our location is outstanding, and your experience will be second to none!

How to Apply:   Go to (click on “Our Staff”) or Call 1.877.700.5354


PO BOX 20126



 10/29/14………….SUMMER 2015 Camp Counselors – Camp Vesper Point

Camp Vesper Point is a Christian Summer Camp for children ages 7-16.  We are located 30 minutes from Chattanooga in Soddy Daisy, TN.  We are looking for men and women who love the Lord and love being with kids.  Counselor pay begins at $170 per week and includes room and board. 

For more information and to apply online, visit us at



10/28/14………Summer Jobs at Camp Ozark Available

Want to have an incredible summer job and work with kids this summer?  Then Camp Ozark might be the perfect place for you!  

A little bit about us:

Camp Ozark is America's largest single-site Christian sports and adventure camp for kids.  We hire over 700 college-aged students from over 40 universities to work with over 6,000 kids each summer.  Taking summer school?  No problem!  We have flexible work durations.  Need a job?  No problem!  All work at Camp Ozark is paid employment.  Needing internship credit? We have those too!

Check out our opportunities to serve kids: www.yoursummer2015.comIf you have questions, you can also contact Kathleen Reedy at



10/23/14……….Summer Ministry Team - Horn Creek Camp and Conference Grounds, Colorado

Full-Time Seasonal

Brief description of Horn Creek: The vision and ministry of Horn Creek is to cultivate an environment where individuals and families can get away from life’s frequent distractions and experience the transformative power of God’s work in their lives. Each ministry team member can expect to be an essential part of helping us to realize and fulfill this vision during their employment with us. We hire approximately 65-70 individuals to our 12-week Summer Ministry Team and 8-10 college graduates to our 15-month Internship Program. Horn Creek is nestled at the foot of Horn Peak on the Eastern slope of the wondrous Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range, one of the longest mountain chains in Colorado.

Brief Job Description: The vision and ministry of Horn Creek is to cultivate an environment where individuals and families can get away from life’s frequent distractions and experience the transformative power of God’s work in their lives. Each ministry team member can expect to be an essential part of helping us to realize and fulfill this vision during our summer months. Our life-changing, 12-week Summer Ministry Team is designed for young adults 18 and up. You’ll serve and minister to our guests as well as participate in small groups, worship, teaching—and you’ll even have some time on the side to relax or just play. Perks include pay, housing, meals, time off, fun with guests and opportunities to hang out with other staffers high in the scenic wonder of the Rocky Mountains. Dates are May 2015 – August 2015

How to apply: Please visit to fill out an online application. If any questions email Sara West at



10/2/14……….SUMMER 2015 Engineering Internship (FULL TIME) - Johns Manville, Spartanburg, South Carolina


Johns Manville (JM), a Berkshire Hathaway company (NYSE: BRK.A, BRK.B), is a leading manufacturer and marketer of premium-quality products for building insulation, mechanical insulation, commercial roofing, and roof insulation, as well as fibers and nonwovens for commercial, industrial and residential applications. Our environment of innovation, collaboration and excellence has allowed us to establish a leadership position in all of the markets we serve. We operate 45 manufacturing facilities in North America, Europe and China, and have annual sales of approximately $2.5 billion.

Talent thrives at JM because we give our employees the ability to do things they wouldn’t be able to anywhere else. In other words, we give our employees the freedom to achieve. This support and encouragement is what our 7,000 talented employees experience with us every day, and it’s what bolsters our more-than-150-year reputation as an innovative, reliable business partner. 

You’ll find the work at JM both challenging and fulfilling. Once a member of our team, you’ll be part of a global workforce committed to building a sustainable future for our customers, our employees, our owners and the communities in which we operate. We encourage you to learn more about JM, and find out why employment with us is such a rewarding experience.

Job Description:

  • Candidate will provide engineering services for less complex technical problems and recommend a course of action.
  • Candidate will provide engineering services for more complex problems under direct guidance of higher-level engineering personnel.
  • Take an active part in the execution of product development projects
  • Assist Sr. Engineers on technical service initiatives with sampling, analysis, and recommendations
  • Develop and integrate product and process documentation ensuring consistency and accuracy
  • Provide project status and laboratory reports as required


  • Education – Sophomore or Junior pursuing a degree in Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical, Industrial, Ceramic/Materials Science preferred)
  • Must have 3.0 GPA
  • Must be authorized to work in the U.S. and do not require sponsorship

Ideal candidate will also demonstrate:

  • Solid academic performance
  • Demonstrated leadership skills
  • Basic understanding of production processes
  • Solid team skills
  • Strategic and creative thinking
  • MS Office proficiency

To apply for this position in the Experience eRecruiting system:  Go to the UTC Career & Student Employment Center website: click on the “Register for eRecruiting” link on the left and read the instructions before creating an account.  Complete your profile and upload your resume in the documents section.  You will now be able to view the Interview Schedules on the left of the page and apply for interviews. The recruiter will review the applicants and decide who will be accepted for the campus interviews. All applicants will be notified of their status.