Friday, March 27, 2015

Internship for EMET at TMG Electronics

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Internship for EMET at TMG Electronics
The main areas of focus the interns will have involvement with in the Quality & Engineering departments when working at TMG are:

·         Learn elements of the Quality Management System (QMS) – procedures, work instructions, forms

·         Technical writing to help write and update QMS procedures

·         Aid in investigation and closing of Corrective Action reports (CAPA) in QMS system

·         Help change and clarify manufacturing instructions used in the printed circuit board (PCB) assembly   process
·         As experience allows, help eliminate technical issues with PCB assembly functionality and assembly issues
Contact if interested:
Sarah Rubino
TMG Electronics, Inc.

PAID Internship in Marketing-Business communications

PAID Internship in Marketing-Business communications
This is a PAID internship opportunity that would be of particular interest to students interested in marketing, business communications and/or sales careers.  Please note that there will be no travel or sales expected of the intern, even though they will be taught how to perform sales functions in detail. Anyone interested in taking advantage of this educational opportunity, as well as an opportunity to develop excellent referrals for future business and career opportunities, should contact Dr. John Mazzola at his email address, dr.johnmazzola@psutraining.comPlease contact him ASAP if you are interested.
Recent updates to previous posting:
   1. PAID INTERNSHIP -- $10.00 dollars per hour to interns.
   2. LEARN & WORK FROM HOME: If an intern seems responsible enough to work from his/her own home, and agrees to be supervised and trained by telephone as well as website, and is willing to submit weekly reports on progress, we will allow them to do that instead of having to come out to the Fifth Room location on Route 8 in Gibsonia.  It is always an option to come to the office in Gibsonia for the internship as well.
I.  Internship description (Learning portion of subject matter for this internship) ---
   1. One-on-one training on exactly how to interact with prospects, and capture their interest. This training will be conducted both face-to-face weekly, as well as via website at the interns convenience.
   2. Self-defense for salespeople IE learning all the different techniques and strategies that prospects use to control the interaction between themselves and the salespeople, and even more importantly specifically how to defend against these techniques utilized by the prospects. This information is worth its weight in gold for any future marketing or sales career oriented person, because it directly accounts for the vast majority of lost sales that occur on a regular basis. Mastering these techniques will significantly increase a salesperson's potential for making sales as well as their income.
   3. Practical experience in approaching and interacting with potential prospects via telephone and email. The practical experience functions for the intern will consist of either following up a prospect who at one time voiced some interest in wanting to purchase a product, or a prospect who has already purchased some products, to see if there is any potential for additional sales. The important point here is that at no point in time, will the salesperson have to cold call or attempt to close a sale. They are just getting practical experience in talking with prospects as follow-ups to someone who is already voiced an interest in this offering.
II.   trainer in charge of training and supervising interns---
The trainer in charge of training and supervising the interns is Dr. John Mazzola, who possesses a PhD in psychology from the University of Pittsburgh, and a Masters degree in motivational research from Duquesne University.
Dr. Mazzola has owned and designed one of the leading sales training programs in the nation, entitled Personal Success Unlimited, for the last 33 years. It has trained such clients as PPG, General Motors, JB hunt trucking, Sysco foods, and many other companies throughout the entire United States.
All trainees in the intern program will be trained and supervised one on one, as well as given access to a complete line of videos on the corporate website. Interns will be graded on a pass/fail basis.
III.   internship requirements---
This internship will require absolutely no selling of any products, nor travel to visit a prospect.
IV.   Time required per week---
The time required to successfully complete the internship requirements will be one to two days per week, either Tuesday and Wednesday, or Tuesday and Thursday, at the discretion of both the intern as well as the school the intern is attending.
V.   Company hosting the internship program ---
The company hosting the internship program is fifth Room.Com, located at 5410 route eight, Gibsonia PA. It is easy to reach since it is situated on route eight, approximately 3 minutes beyond the Turnpike exit in North Hills.
This company is one of the nation's leading providers of gazebos, ramadas, pergolas, designer bridges, cabanas, designer sheds, pavilions, pool houses, and any other type of custom outdoor structures.
They design, sell, service, and install any type of outdoor structures, along with outdoor furniture to complement it. This company sells throughout the entire United States, as well as many other countries.
Fifth Room.Com can be contacted at 1 – 888 – 293 – 2339, or viewed on website at and it is owned by Mr. Tim Mc Tighe, a very successful North Hills businessman. This company has a complete staff of sales, customer service, architectural and design, and IT design.
Once again, there will be no travel or sales expected of the intern, even though they will be taught how to perform sales functions in detail. Anyone interested in taking advantage of this educational opportunity, as well as an opportunity to develop excellent referrals for future business and career opportunities, should contact Dr. John Mazzola at the above-mentioned email address,

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Part-time Summer Job - SuperValu

Are you looking for a Great Paying Summer Job?

Part-Time Warehouse Order Selectors

Open Interviews

Thursday, April 2nd 12pm-4pm
Administration Building
400 Paintersville Rd.
New Stanton, PA 15672

Please pre-apply to be scheduled for the open interviews!

SUPERVALU has openings for part-time warehouse order selector to select cases of product and palletize them for shipment to our retail grocery customers.


We have three shift times of 7am, 9am, and 3pm. You must be available to work on Sundays. Selectors are generally scheduled 8 hours per day and are required to stay until the work is complete which may require working up to 14 hours. There is no guarantee of hours.

Position Details:
  • Requires lifting of 5 to 90 lbs
  • Temperatures range from -20 to 90
  • Will use a Vo-collect system (gives verbal instructions through a headset regarding product selection-training is provided)
Interested individuals must apply on-line at following the information below.
  1. Click Careers
  2. Choose Career Paths
  3. Find: Supply Chain Services about halfway down the page and select Search from warehouse personnel opportunities
  4. Search for New Stanton, PA or by zip code 15672
  5. Follow the instructions for completing the application
This position can also be viewed on the PA CareerLink website at job order #7768947. However, applications must be submitted as instructed above. Questions? Call Human Resources at 724-925-5282.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

 is an EO employer - M/F/Veteran/Disability

IT Internship - Bacharach, Inc.

Company Information:

Bacharach, Inc. is an ISO-9001 certified company specializing in the design, manufacture, and service of advanced equipment for the measurement and detectionof gases and liquids.  The Company’s extensive product line includes instruments that detect, measure and record combustion and environmental gases, temperature, relative humidity, air velocity and other air quality and safety parameters, in addition to refrigerant recovery equipment for residential, industrial and automotive applications. 

IT Intern:

Install, maintain and upgrade PC’s, software and printers.  Provided limited level 1 end user support.  Maintain electronic inventory and documentation.  Working knowledge of Windows XP, 7, and Server environments.  Comfortable with component level PC hardware.  Familiarity with Microsoft Office products required.  SQL knowledge a plus.  Physically able to lift 40#, climb stairs, crawl under desks and use basic hand tools such as screwdrivers, pliers, wire strippers.  Available on a regular basis, 10 hours per week, between 8 am – 5 pmMonday – Friday.  Assist the IT manager as needed.  Additional duties based on ability.  $12/hr - $15/hr. based on experience.    Interested candidates, who have the aforementioned qualifications can submit their resume, along with a cover letter,  to me at :

We are looking for an IT Intern, someone to work approximately 10 hours per week; available during business hours M-F8am-5pm.

Contact Info.
Deb Kerestes
Human Resources Manager
Bacharach, Inc.
621 Hunt Valley Circle
New Kensington, PA  15068

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Intern Opportunities at IAVA this Summer!

IAVA is looking for highly motivated Iraq and Afghanistan veterans, family members, and civilian supporters to fill openings in our Summer 2015 internship program in New York City and Washington, DC.

This is your chance to learn how to effectively advocate on behalf of the 2.6 million Iraq and Afghanistan veterans nationwide.
IAVA is an equal opportunity employer. Veterans of the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan are highly encouraged to apply.

All candidates must be eligible to receive academic credit from their college or university and commit a minimum of 20 working hours per week. Please consult with your career office or academic advisor to determine eligibility prior to applying.

Please note that we will be accepting applications up to April 15th, 2015.

If you are looking for an exciting way to spend your summer while earning college credit, IAVA is the place to be!

As an intern at IAVA in either our New York City headquarters or Washington, DC office, you will directly impact the organization's mission to connect, unite, and empower post-9/11 veterans. You will have the chance to learn from leaders in the field and support a growing membership of over 300,000 Iraq and Afghanistan veterans across the country. The real world experience that you gain at IAVA will allow you to put your own skills to work and succeed in your future career.

Our interns make a real difference and find their time to be rewarding. As Mike Drake 2014 Summer Intern and current Strategic Partnerships Coordinator at IAVA shared:

"I thoroughly enjoyed my internship with IAVA. I was given insider access to meetings and interviews which gave me a greater idea of how legislation is passed in Congress. The friends I made at IAVA over the summer I will stay in touch with for life."

Internships are available in all aspects of our work, including: advocacy, research, communications, development, membership, and programs, among others.

Please note, all internships are unpaid and you must be eligible to receive academic credit from your undergraduate or graduate institution to participate. When choosing which internship to apply for, read through the position descriptions and qualifications to see where your passion fits.

Veterans of the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan are highly encouraged to apply, as are family members and civilian supporters. Together we all keep our mission strong

Click HERE to learn about available opportunities and apply by April 15th.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, with a program start date of June 1st and an end date of August 14th.

Meet Top Technology Recruiters at Hire UP on April 29

People & Culture Initiatives
Hire UP Technology Recruiting Event
Wednesday, April 29, 2015 | 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. | Hilton Garden Inn Oakland,
3454 Forbes Avenue, Pgh, PA 15213

Job Seekers: This event typically draws over 25 of the region's best companies, from Fortune 500's to start-ups, who are looking for entry level thru experienced talent. Your registration is FREE, but please pre-register so that we can plan for your arrival.

Job-Seeker Registration: Free

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