E3 STEM is able to purchase an unlimited ride student bus pass from Metro Transit for students in our program if you require one to get to your summer internship or job. If you would like us to purchase one for you, contact Mr. Lynch.
Echo Park Elementary STEM Engineers Camp Counselors/Interns. The camp runs June 18-22 (9:00am – 3:30pm daily), with additional training prior to the camp. Interns will help teach and support elementary students who are learning new forms of technology. They are looking for self-motivated interns who will engage with the students and not be distracted by their phones, but rather completely focused on the job of teaching and supporting the students. The training session will cover the types of technology being used and how to adapt them to work with elementary students. You will need to report daily for work with a specific class as a counselor, be polite, professional, and pro-active in your work with the class.
If you are interested in applying to be a counselor/intern, contact Stephanie Madson (Stephanie.Madson@district196.org).
AVHS Peer Tutors Needed!! (1st, 2nd, 5th or 6th hour). The English as a Second Language Program needs peer tutors during the winter trimester.
Come help a fellow AVHS student with:
- Basic English: speaking and reading
- Homework assignments- especially math
- Writing assignments
You can earn an elective credit or community service hours.
See Ms. Sagstuen, Ms. Cavalli or Mr. Schegolkov in Room 215 or your counselor TODAY to set up an interview!
Uponor Maintenance Tech School Intern. This position will assist maintenance to properly troubleshoot, repair, install, adjust, and perform routine maintenance on all the industrial, production, and facilities equipment. This position will work with higher skilled positions to develop skills and learn about the Uponor workplace. This position is a temporary position to allow tech school students to fulfill intern requirements. This is not a full time position.
Hours: Internship to be completed while student completes their 2-year Technical degree. Flexible schedule hours are available.
- Requires a high school diploma and must be enrolled in a two year Technical degree.
- Must have some Technical Skills required for this position.
- Must be self-starter.
If you are interested in this opportunity, apply on Uponor’s Careers website.
Youth Mentor position at Code Ninjas. Code Ninjas is the nation’s fastest growing kids coding franchise. In our center, kids ages 7-14 learn to code in a fun, non-intimidating way – by playing and building video games they love. Kids have a blast and can’t wait to come back. Parents are thrilled as their children gain confidence and new skills including coding, math, logic, and problem-solving, as they progress from white to black belt. Our core promise is, Kids have fun, parents see results. We believe in these words so much that it’s written on the walls in our center.
Position: Code Sensei
Part Time Up to 25 hours/wk | Summer Camps 8 am – 4 pm or Weekdays 3 pm -7 pm | Occasional Weekends
Hardline Concrete & Masonry (Inver Grove Heights) is accepting applications for Skilled Labor (must be 16 to apply). No experience needed. To learn more, visit www.hardlinemn.com or call 651-387-2867.
Valleyfair (Shakopee) is now accepting online applications for the 2018 operating season. A diverse range of job opportunities are available and associates are needed in all areas of park operation including Foods, Merchandise, Games, Admissions, Security, Maintenance, Entertainment, Marketing, Rides, Park Services, Human Resources, and Aquatics. Learn new skills, gain valuable experience, and build lifelong connections while working only minutes from the Twin Cities. Your best summer ever starts at Valleyfair! Apply online at https://jobs.cedarfair.com/our-parks/valleyfair/.
Summer Temporary Instrument Builder at Emerson. Emerson’s Rosemount Business has immediate needs for Summer Temporary Instrument Builders in it’s Chanhassen, Shakopee, and Eden Prairie facilities. Instrument Builders assemble Rosemount products in a fast paced manufacturing environment. This is a perfect opportunity to begin your employment with a global technology and engineering leader! The summer temporary instrument role is perfect for students pursuing a bachelor’s degree in engineering or simply looking to make money for the summer.
Join our diverse and collaborative team culture. We offer competitive salary ($13.00 per hour) and are now offering a $500 bonus if you work 10 or more weeks.
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age AND have a high school diploma or GED as of June 11, 2018. In addition, relatives of Officers of the company are not eligible for the Summer Temporary Program.
For more information and to submit an application, visit the Emerson Careers website.
Dakota Scott Workforce Centers: “Who’s Hiring Youth” Newsletter. The May edition of “Who’s Hiring Youth” focuses on career exploration and various assessment tools available. View the newsletter here.
NOW HIRING! – JOB BOARDS from the Dakota Scott Workforce Center:
www.minnesotaworks.net – Minnesota’s largest free online job bank. Post your resume and search for jobs by matching keywords in your resume to keywords in job postings. You may also search by occupation/keyword or by location.
www.snagajob.com – search thousands of hourly and part-time jobs by location/zip code.
www.careerrookie.com – look for internships, part-time and entry level careers.
Examples of Past E3 STEM Internships:
- AVHS Fab Lab table design/build project with Skyline Exhibits
- Eagle Up Fabrication. Creation and fabrication of AVHS spirit items.
- E3 STEM website project with Thomson Reuters
- ISD 196 iPad Rollout support
- ISD 196 Central Receiving interns
- AVHS Technology Support Staff interns
- MN Department of Transportation Phoenix Program – Civil Engineering intern
- Certified Nursing Assistant Clinical interns
- AVHS Lunchroom Table Design Interns.
- Computer coding interns – Thomson Reuters
- Digital Marketing Internship – Thomson Reuters
- Computer Programming intern – Lockheed Martin
- Engineering Internship – Uponor
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