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Akamai The Akamai Internship Program offers college students from Hawai‘i an opportunity to gain a summer work experience at an observatory, company or scientific/technical facility in Hawai‘i in an 8-week program. The program has placements for students from community colleges and four-year universities from a wide range of STEM majors.Eglibility FAQ: https://www.akamaihawaii.org/faqs/8 weeks (summer 2023)Feburary14, 2023https://www.akamaihawaii.org/interning/
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American Savings BankA large-scale financial institution in Hawaii who has a variety of open positions in the IT/IT related fields:
1. Business analyst/workflow automation
2. Finance background with coding skills in VBA, Python, SQL, etc.
3. Operations excellence
4. Salesforce team
5. Data engineer
6. Database admin
7. Information security has open positions

Trying to find students/recent grads who may be interested and would like to set up a time for this employer to meet with them. I've told the employer that we can work the students thru Leap-Start and/or thru a direct hire by them, whichever makes the most sense for the student and the employer.
Upperclassmen: Junior, Senior or Recent graduatevariesyear roundPlease apply for internship here.
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Booz Allen Hamilton Intern positions Varies. We begin considering students for our internship program during our fall recruiting season, typically between late August and late October. We also post all open internship positions on our website, careers.boozallen.com. Find all open internship positions by typing "Summer Games" or "intern" in the search bar.varies by internship varies by internshipFall recuiruiting season is Agusut to late Octoberhttps://careers.boozallen.com/
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Business Solution Technologies’ (BST) Internship Program for Junior Web Application Developers.The following is a list of possible training and mentorship activities that may be included within an internship opportunity with the goal to develop technical and functional skills within these areas:

Develop web application experience using Model-Controller-View design pattern in Oracle Java Enterprise Edition (J2EE), Microsoft .NET or Open-Source technology stacks,

Create modern, user-friendly interactive user interfaces using various front-end CSS, JavaScript, and AJAX technologies,

Design and model objects in relational databases using Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, or MySQL database technologies,

Develop ability to create complex SQL and PL/SQL, TSQL objects and tune SQL statements for performance and scalability,

Obtain Oracle/Windows/Open-source application server administration experience using Weblogic, Oracle Application Server, Microsoft IIS, or Apache,

Assist in database administration tasks such as importing, exporting and on-going maintenance of databases,

Participate in Agile methodology development practices as part of a cross-functional team,

Learn best-practices in team development environments using source control, peer code reviews, and code QA using continuous integration servers, and

Translate complex business requirements to functional specification
Current student working toward a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science (CS) minimum 90 credits completed.

Eligible to register for ICS 496 Capstone project (completed ICS 311 or EE 367 and ICS 314)

Strong desire to learn skills in Java, .NET, Open-Source, SQL, data engineering and web development.

Able to work remotely and in-person (Dole Cannery Building)
This is a paid internship for 12-15 hours per week, and offered for one college semester or equivalent (approximately 4 months).31 of October 2022SECE Job # 261454
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DataHouse Summer Internship ProgramAre you ready for a fun yet challenging journey with DataHouse? At DataHouse, you will have the opportunity to work alongside global consulting teams and experience an innovative and collaborative culture.

DataHouse's Summer Internship Program will provide a 1-week boot-camp training, 1:1 mentoring, and the opportunity to work on real-world projects with our expert consultants. This internship is intended to expose talented students who are interested in a technology career and are both hungry and humble to learn and gain new skills.

Let's Innovate Together!
Qualifications:

Scheduled to obtain a minimum of a Bachelor's degree before December 2025
Majoring in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Management Information Systems, Software Development, or other Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) related majors
Ability to work both independently and in teams
Ability to thrive in a rapidly changing environment
Not afraid of hard work
Compensation and Benefits:

The proposed salary range for this position is up to $22+ per hour
Other Internship Benefits apply when eligibility requirements are met
Timeline:

Application Deadline(TBD): April 30, 2023
The interview starts in March 2023
Program Duration: June 5, 2023 - July 28, 2023
Scheduled Weekly Hours: 40 hours per week
8 weeksApplication Deadline(TBD): April 30, 2023https://www.datahouse.com/datahouse-summer-interns-cultivate-innovation-for-real-world-projects/
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Decision Research Corporation As an intern you will be able to directly contribute to DRC’s product functionality. Your fresh perspective,
creativity, innovation and technical skills will directly benefit the challenging problems we have to solve
for clients and the industry. You will gain real world development experience and build lasting
relationships networking with industry professionals. In addition, our internship program is paid and lasts
eight to ten weeks from June to early August.
Software devleopment expreince or courses taken. Please see flyer for more infomationSummer 2023Janurary 16, 2023- Resume to careers@decisionresearch.com -Questions toCassandra.Uyema@DecisionResearch.com
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eWorld Enterprise SolutionseWorld Enterprise Solutions, Inc. is proud to be one of Hawaii’s leading technology companies contributing to our state’s innovation economy and delivering technology solutions for our clients. We leverage our broad levels of experience, skills, and talent of our technical architects, subject matter experts, project managers, business analysts, software developers, and system analysts to invest and develop local talent in Hawaii. Our partnership with the University of Hawaii, Information and Computer Science department began over a decade ago. We accept students and graduates year round into internships and full-time positions.varies, software developerVaries;We accept students and graduates year round into internships and full-time positions.year round https://www.eworldes.com/application/
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ETS Research & Devleopment The ETS Research & Development (R&D) division is pleased to announce that we’re now accepting applications for the 2023 Internship and Fellowship Programs in R&D. These programs seek applicants who wish to collaborate with ETS team members to carry out innovative and impactful R&D projects aligned with ETS’s mission.

ETS values candidates with diverse experiences and encourages all who are eligible to apply. We’re especially interested in applications from students from underrepresented groups and backgrounds.
VairesVariesOpenhttps://www.ets.org/research/internship-fellowship/about.html
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Foreign Affairs Information Technology (FAIT) FellowshipThe Foreign Affairs IT Fellowship, designed as a two-year cohort model, offers both undergraduate and graduate fellowships. The undergraduate fellowship is for your junior and senior years of an IT-related bachelor’s degree program. The graduate fellowship is for a two-year IT-related master’s degree program. The two-year fellowship provides up to $87,000 in academic funding over the two years, summer internships, professional development, and mentorship – and culminates in a career in Foreign Service as an Information Management Specialist. Graduate Spring 2025 2 yearsFeb 3, 2023https://www.faitfellowship.org/how-to-apply/
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Hawaiian Airlines We are seeking IT – Platform Engineering summer interns for teams listed below. Interns will be assigned to one team and complete comprehensive projects which develop intern knowledge and expertise of those areas.

1)Cloud & Platform Engineering – Design, develop, and support the delivery of applications, application hosting platforms, and support tools across the enterprise. Scope includes datacenter infrastructure platforms; cloud environments, such as Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure; containerization platforms, and the tools necessary to automate deployment, monitoring, and management of these environments
2)Systems Operations – Participate in project teams for site/station stand ups, decommissions, and changes related to the maintenance and operation of network infrastructure. Assist all IT teams in their mission to deliver network solutions to the business and ultimately the customers. All corporate and operations sites fall under our scope by providing and maintaining network connectivity as well as VHF radio communications
Minimum Qualifications

Eligible to work in the United States. This position is not eligible for visa sponsorship.
High school diploma or GED equivalent
Currently enrolled in an accredited college or university OR received undergraduate degree no earlier than December 2022.
Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 at time of application (transcripts will be required)
Available to fully participate in the entire duration of the internship program in either Session 1 (Wednesday, May 31 – Friday, August 4) or Session 2 (Tuesday, June 27 – Friday, September 1)
Successfully pass a pre-employment drug test and background check
Passionate about innovation, service, aviation and Hawaiian Airlines
Strong written and oral communication skills
Analytical, strong problem-solving skills, organized and detail oriented
Able to work well on teams and take initiative
Proficient in Microsoft Office suite – Word, Excel, PowerPoint (there are additional programs that proficiency will be required based on the department.)
Able to handle confidential information and be professional
Summer 2023Openhttps://recruiting2.ultipro.com/HAW1000HAW/JobBoard/4931188f-3215-4a43-a141-24f8ee7b637e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=bef782a8-5e64-440e-8a08-02948fe3d21f
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Hawaiian Airlines We are seeking IT – Software Development Engineering summer interns for teams listed below. Interns will be assigned to one team and complete comprehensive projects which develop intern knowledge and expertise of those areas.

1)IT Airline Operations - Support Hawaiian Airlines by delivering new technology solutions and supporting existing systems / technical capabilities for the Airport Operations, Maintenance & Engineering, Supply Chain, Cargo, Flight Operations and In Flight business teams.
2)Digital Experience - Through our Website and Native Mobile Apps guests can book with HA, check-in into flights, view their trip, check flight statuses, etc. We strive to provide Aloha to the guest before they set foot in the airport. You’ll be working as a member of a project team creating enterprise grade software solutions with unit tests and functional tests.
Minimum Qualifications

Eligible to work in the United States. This position is not eligible for visa sponsorship.
High school diploma or GED equivalent
Currently enrolled in an accredited college or university OR received undergraduate degree no earlier than December 2022.
Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 at time of application (transcripts will be required)
Available to fully participate in the entire duration of the internship program in either Session 1 (Wednesday, May 31 – Friday, August 4) or Session 2 (Tuesday, June 27 – Friday, September 1)
Successfully pass a pre-employment drug test and background check
Passionate about innovation, service, aviation and Hawaiian Airlines
Strong written and oral communication skills
Analytical, strong problem-solving skills, organized and detail oriented
Able to work well on teams and take initiative
Proficient in Microsoft Office suite – Word, Excel, PowerPoint (there are additional programs that proficiency will be required based on the department.)
Able to handle confidential information and be professional
Other specific minimum Qualifications by department

Exposure to development languages such as C, C++, C#, Java, JavaScript, TypeScript
Familiar with debugging strategies to isolate problematic areas of code
Summer 2023Openhttps://recruiting2.ultipro.com/HAW1000HAW/JobBoard/4931188f-3215-4a43-a141-24f8ee7b637e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=ed86affc-efc9-4447-94ea-f7362a57bdcd
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Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII) Summer Internship HII [hii.com] is looking for students who are from Hawaiʻi or have a desire to stay long term in Hawaiʻi & want to support the defense industry. The paid internship will be conducted in a hybrid/virtual format (MS Teams) for 9 weeks from May 15 to July 14. The internship will require 15-19.5 hours per week. Interns will receive unclassified presentations on multiple intelligence disciplines from subject matter experts (SMEs) and will be working on a final project with an interdisciplinary team.Eligibility: Applicants must be US citizens and be able to pass a drug screening. To explore earning college credit for the internship, contact intern@hawaii.edu. For more information, contact Justin Nguyen in the contact above.9 weeks, May 15-July 14April 9, 2023https://tinyurl.com/2ysznarx
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KPMGFellows selected for the 2023 cohort will begin their two-year fellowship in fall 2023 and complete the fellowship in spring 2025. Looking for skills in Computer Science, Cybersecurity andData Science/Data Analyticsvariesyear roundhttps://www.kpmgcampus.com/campus/ourOpportunities#internships
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Leap-Start ProgramWith recommendations from the analysis including the need to provide more training opportunities for students and new graduates, UH and the Chamber, in partnership with participating employers, are planning to launch Leap-Start, a training program to provide students with on-the-job experience to prepare them to successfully compete for IT employment in Hawai‘i.

Through Leap-Start, UH will provide employment and trainee employment for student participants, and participating Hawai‘i employers will provide temporary job opportunities and may opt to directly hire program participants at any point in the process.

Student participants will benefit from having gainful employment in the IT workforce while gaining practical work experience and developing professional skills that substantially improve their marketability and value in their future job search.
variesvariesyear round
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Naval Information Ware Center (NIWC)The NIWC teams will be coordinating with the UH faculty and other partners, to include the Navy Cyber
Defense Operations Command (NCDOC) and U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), and industry
partners to identify the knowledge and skills needed for the workforce of tomorrow. The partners will
then develop a list of research, engineering, information technology, network, and/or business
initiatives for the program.
Students will work with the UH faculty and Navy partners to perform either individual or team-based
research on one of the research topics identified.
Location: University of Hawaii at Mānoa (Open to students from all UH campuses - Restriction: US Citizen only). Internship Salary: $20 an hour. Expected 30 hours per week Monday - Thursday NIWC End of Program Deliverables: Short research paper and presentation on the project Course Enrollment: Accepted candidates will be required to complete UHM ICS 296 (1 credit) and ICS 396 (2 credits) at the UH Mānoa campus, or ITS 293 (3 credits) at the UH Kapiʻolani CC campus, remote attendance possible. Clearance: No clearance required for the initial internship program 21 August-15 December 2023.Submission Deadlines: Application Packet must be received by 15 April 2023 to
NIWC_LANT_CSSP_EA@us.navy.mil Decisions expected 1 May 2023
Application Packet must include:
• Short (1 page max) cover page, which describes your academic and professional goals in both
the near (1-2 years) and long-term (5-7 years)
• Resume that highlights your experience and academic pursuits
• Letter of recommendation from faculty
https://tinyurl.com/52c57ypn
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Naval Research Enterprise Internship Program (NREIP)With the goal of attracting top technology talent and increasing diversity in the Foreign Service, the program values varied backgrounds, including ethnic, racial, gender, and geographic diversity. Women, members of minority groups underrepresented in the Foreign Service, and those with financial need, are encouraged to apply.Must be a US citizen to apply.10 weeks (Summer 2023)November 1, 2022https://navalsteminterns.us/nreip/
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National Security Agency (NSA)offer internships, scholarships, a co-op program and other programs for students in high school up through doctoral candidates. The application process for our student programs is the same as our job application process.-U.S. Citizen, Class Standing varies, Security clearanceSummer 2023 (12 weeks)Application open in September 1 and deadline is October 31https://www.intelligencecareers.gov/NSA/students-and-internships
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NSIN: X Force FellowshipThe X-Force Fellowship is a summer internship program that provides undergraduate and graduate students and recent graduates a chance to serve their country by solving real-world national security problems in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Defense. For any questions, contact Gloria (gchoo.ctr@nsin.mil)U.S. citizen, graduate or undergraduate student.Summer 2023 (10 weeks)Dealdine to apply is Janurary 20, 2024 at 11:59pm EThttps://www.nsin.mil/x-force/
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NSA Hawai'i Summer Internships: CAE Cyber Operations Summer InternHawai'i CAE Cyber Operations Summer Intern Program: Are you into Cyber Operations? Programming? Cryptography? Would you like to spend the summer exploring, learning and doing? The Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Operations (CAE-Cyber Ops) Summer Program is the NSA’s premier internship for Cyber Operations. Participants complete a 12-week summer program that’s split between university-level instruction, a real-world classified CAPSTONE project and the time to explore jobs in the Intelligence Community to find your perfect position after graduation.- Must be a college Sophomore, Junior, Senior or Graduate Student - Ideal candidates major in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Networking or a related discipline and have completed courses in C, Assembly, Cybersecurity, Networking and Operating Systems12 weeks (Summer 2023)Application window is Sep & Oct via www.intelligencecareers.gov/NSAhttps://tinyurl.com/375njaey
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NSA Hawai'i Summer Internships: NSA Hawai’i Technical Intern ProgramNSA Hawai'i Technical Intern Program: A traditional 12-week internship; students are hired into mission areas based on their skillset (Computer Science, Information Technology, Software Engineering, Cyber Operations and/or Networking) and work full-time on a realworld mission. - A cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale is preferred - Must be a college Freshman, Sophomore or Junior - Ideal candidates major in Computer Science, Engineering, Math or related fields- A cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale is preferred - Must be a college Freshman, Sophomore or Junior - Ideal candidates major in Computer Science, Engineering, Math or related fields12 weeks (Summer 2023)Application window is Sep & Oct via www.intelligencecareers.gov/NSAhttps://tinyurl.com/375njaey
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Oceanit Collaborate with Oceanit’s scientists, engineers, or professional staff on a wide array of cool, research & development projects. You could develop a mobile app, Build AI computer vision models, restore a wetland or stabilize beach erosion, work with advanced metamaterials and nanomaterials which could revolutionize our future… the possibilities are endless!
Conceive and develop your own innovative project proposal and present it to the Review Committee at the end of summer… many projects have resulted in products and services for our clients!
Go into the field or to client sites and work with our customers to solve wicked problems and deliver value for humans and society-solvers with a talent for invention.
Hard worker, fast learner, and self-starter.
Team player, fun to be around, and good communicator.
Have taken some courses in engineering, science, or information technology.
Recent graduate (within last year) OR student enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a degree-seeking student (diploma, certificate, etc.) and taking at least half-time academic or vocational and technical course load at an accredited high school, technical, or vocational school; 2-year or 4-year college or university; or graduate or professional school.
At least minimum age required by federal, state, or local laws and standards governing the employment of minors. Non-citizens may be eligible for employment under U.S. immigration laws.
Summer 2023December 2022https://www.oceanit.com/student-intern-program/
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RevaCommSummer Intern

Honolulu, Hawaii; Remote

Headquartered in Honolulu, Hawaii with remote locations across the United States, RevaComm (RVCM) is a leader in Agile Software Development, User-Centered Design, and DevSecOps. As an enterprise digital transformation company, we transform organizational challenges into powerful digital capabilities through fresh experiences and great technology. Grounded by the company's core values, our approach brings together digital business strategists and architects, software engineers, user experience designers, and project managers to create sustainable solutions for customers while surprising and delighting their users.

RVCM is thrilled to offer paid internship opportunities across the company. We are committed to providing impactful experiences for our interns to help them learn valuable skill sets and build lasting connections within the RVCM 'ohana. This program is designed to allow for both professional and personal development. Interns will have a hands-on, collaborative experience of tackling hard problems from the start.

The problems you will help to solve are as varied as our customers, which include: the Department of Defense, financial institutions, healthcare institutions, state, local and federal governments, and many more.

If You Join Us, You Will:

Be exposed to the duties and responsibilities of a specific focus area including but not limited to: CyberSecurity, Design, DevSecOps, Human Resources, IT Support, Recruiting, and Software Engineering
Learn various tools and skills relating to your desired focus area
Engage in personal and professional development through the practice of communication, collaboration, problem solving, critical thinking, and project management
Independently manage at least one project or workflow relating to your desired focus area by the end of your internship
Have the opportunity to showcase achievements through team and company-wide presentations
Build lasting connections with fellow RVCM team members
Our Ideal Candidates Are:

Tenacious, driven, and have a passion for learning
Self-starters and fast-learners who are able to independently research and resolve issues using appropriate resources
Comfortable working with multi-disciplinary, multicultural, and geographically dispersed teams
Confident and proactive in communicating challenges or opportunities
Committed to their personal success, as well as success of their peers
Technologists at heart and leaders in practice
Basic Qualifications:

Computer literate
Familiar with G Suite products
This summer internship is expected to last from May 30th to August 4th (10 weeks). Scheduled weekly hours will vary depending on the role.

Salary Range: Negotiable, Based on Experience

Location: Position is Remote

Seniority Level

Entry $14-$22

Employment Type

Part-time
10 weeksVarieshttps://revacomm.isolvedhire.com/jobs/811709.html
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ServcoWe're passionate about serving our customers and developing lifelong relationships. That's why we believe in making our services better, and making our team members experiences better, too. We are looking for customer-focused people to join our growing company.

Here you can view and apply for our current job openings.


If you are a current Servco employee, please login to the internal job portal and apply using your employee profile.

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World Wide Technology (WWT)Fueled by creativity and ideation, World Wide Technology strives to accelerate our growth and nurture future innovation. From our world-class culture to our generous benefits, to developing cutting-edge technology solutions, WWT constantly works towards its mission of creating a profitable growth company that is a great place to work for all. We encourage our employees to embrace collaboration, get creative and think outside the box when it comes to delivering some of the most advanced technology solutions for our customers.

WWT was founded in 1990 in St. Louis, Missouri. We employ over 8,000 individuals and closed over $14.5 Billion in revenue in 2021. We have an inclusive culture and believe our core values are the key to company and employee success. WWT is proud to announce that we have been on the FORTUNE "100 Best Places to Work For®" list for our eleventh consecutive year!

Want to work with highly motivated individuals that come together to form high-performing teams? Come join WWT today! We are looking for an intern to join a team in our Application Services division for Summer 2023.
Must have at least 1 completed semester of College

Currently enrolled in a and will have at least 1 semester left after internship
Must be pursuing a degree relevant to the role.
Must be able to demonstrate relevant skills.
Basic understanding of WWT's services and solutions
Basic knowledge in one or more of the following: software development, computer engineering, information technology.
Strong written & verbal communication skills
Strong organizational, problem solving & analytical skills
Strong interpersonal skills
Strong independent judgment and leadership skills
Ability to collaborate well with others
Must provide reliable transportation & housing
10-14 weeksFeburary 28, 2023https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?c=2166501&d=Confidential&r=5000885501600#/
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