Graduate students (primarily from the ISOM and CISE departments) are recruited each semester for various internship opportunities within our department. The selected interns gain valuable work experience and learn new software, technical, and teamwork skills. Many students register for and receive credit hours for their internship through their degree programs. Prior interns have assisted with system documentation, business process diagrams, user guides, process automation, web development, testing, repository management, research and product evaluations, data modeling and data flow diagrams.
Interns who excel in their assignments and demonstrate professionalism and a strong work ethic are often hired into temporary paid positions and retained for one or more additional semesters — depending upon the needs of the department. Several of our current permanent staff initially joined our department as interns.
Fall 2014 Internships
We are offering the following unpaid internship opportunities for the Fall 2014 semester – from August 27 through December 12, 2014. Interns will gain real-world experience working within collaborative professional teams and learn a variety of IT skills while working 10-12 hours per week.
|Application Support Analyst Assist an IT Manager with application support tickets and workflow. The intern will learn about the support needs of UF’s Student Applications, including documentation and prioritization, as well as gain experience with HP Project and Portfolio Management (PPM), and Microsoft Office tools (Visio and Excel). Location: UF main campus.|
|Project Management Analyst (2 internships available) Assist an IT Project Manager with one or more application upgrade or development projects. The intern will learn about project management, project documentation, and project website management, as well as gain experience with HP Project and Portfolio Management (PPM), Microsoft Project, SharePoint 2010, and other Microsoft Office tools (Visio and Excel). The intern may also attend project meetings and learn how to create requirements specifications and business process diagrams. Location: UF East Campus.|
|Learning Management Applications Developer Create local applications that will be deployed in the UF eLearning environment. These applications will assist in creating a simplified way for instructors and others to administer their courses. The intern will learn about project management, application documentation, and application integration standards, as well as gain experience with the Canvas learning management application, programming applications, SharePoint 2010, and other Microsoft Office tools. Location: UF East Campus.|
All applicants must hold a Bachelor’s degree and be enrolled in an IT-related graduate program. Excellent written and verbal English communication skills are also required.
How to Apply
Email your cover letter and resume to ES-Fall2014@connect.ufl.edu no later than Friday, August 1, 2014. Applications will not be accepted after this date.
The cover letter must indicate which internship(s) you are applying for (up to a maximum of two internships) and include a paragraph of at least 75 words for each selected internship describing why you should be selected.