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CSTEP Summer Opportunities Information Session November 17

Posted by Tim on November 14, 2022 in Academics, Event, Internships, Networking, Research Information and Opportunities, Summer Research, Workshops

Join us for our “Summer Opportunities Information Session” next Thursday, November 17 at 4:00pm in 107 Capen (Honors Colloquium Room), in collaboration with the University Honors College, to learn about how to make the most of your summer! It is never too early to start planning for next summer! It is beneficial to think about what programs you want to apply for now so you can begin preparing your application materials. Food will be provided at the meeting. Please RSVP below.

Find out about the benefits and requirements of our CSTEP Summer Research Program, Roswell Park Summer Research Experience Program, CLIMB UP for Summer Research, Western New York Prosperity Fellowship Program, McNair Scholars Program, LSAMP Summer Research Program and InRoads Inc., an organization that creates pathways to careers for diverse college students through internship opportunities.

Stipends range from $2,800-$5,000 for summer experiences. These summer programs are a great way to get paid while gaining valuable experience for your resume such as team building, leadership, communication and research skills. Summer programs make you a more competitive candidate for graduate and professional school and allow you to determine if research is right for you and what topics you are interested in pursuing in the future!

RSVP by Monday, November 14 at


Explore Buffalo Spring 2023 Internship Opportunity Apply by November 30

Posted by Tim on October 24, 2022 in Honors Experiences, Internships

Explore Buffalo is a nonprofit organization that offers walking, bike, bus, and boat tours of Buffalo and the surrounding areas. Explore Buffalo’s tours are led by volunteer docents, whom the staff and interns support by coordinating and promoting the tours.

Explore Buffalo is looking for an enthusiastic college intern for the Spring 2023 semester! This internship is a great match for students pursuing degrees in history, architecture, marketing, English, communications, Art History, education, and other fields.

We see students gain valuable skills in administrative coordination, project planning and project management, social media marketing, and interpersonal communication. Interns interact with every level of our organization, including staff, volunteers, board members, and community partners.

Intern projects and responsibilities are typically divided between office work and field work; some tasks can be done remotely. Intern projects for the Spring 2023 semester may include:

  • Supporting programs including the Spring Speaker Series, Young Professionals Program, and Docent Training Class
  • Supporting preparations and planning for Explore Buffalo’s Gala on March 25, 2023
  • Assisting with tours, including taking photos of tours for social media
  • Producing social media content
  • Research projects, including analyzing tour data
  • Other related duties to assist the Explore Buffalo staff


  • Current college student (must be 18 years of age or older)
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs
  • Attention to detail


  • 10-12 hours per week, with flexible scheduling
  • Must have reliable transportation

Spring 2023 Internship:

  • February 6 – May 12
  • Application Deadline: November 30, 2022
  • Potential interns will be asked to come to Explore Buffalo’s office for an interview after submitting their application.

To Apply: Please send an email with resume to Brad Hahn (Honors Class of 2013), Executive Director, at


Social Media/Video Content Internship Opportunity

Posted by Tim on October 17, 2022 in Honors Experiences, Internships

Ognomy is offering a paid social media/video content internship. The intern will be tasked with managing the company’s social media pages to sustain an engaging community experience, educate their audience and increase patient satisfaction. Ognomy is a sleep apnea telehealth solution that focuses on combating sleep apnea.

UB Career Design Center Information Session October 14

Posted by Tim on October 10, 2022 in Career Opportunities, Community Announcements, Information Session, Internships, Job Opportunity, Networking, Workshops

Career Design Center session

Friday October 14 at 1:00 in 107 Capen

It’s never too early to start working with the Career Design Center. Come to a workshop on this Friday, October 14 at 1:00 in 107 Capen with Holly Justice, a Career Design Consultant.

More than just resume polishing, the Career Design Center can help prepare you for interviews, connect you to peers with whom you share professional interests and alumni in your prospective fields. They also can work with you to find internships that will help you stand out when it’s time to go on the job market while earning you Honors experience credits. Perhaps most importantly, the Career Design Service can help you think through professional possibilities that align with your skills and interests but may not be obvious to you. Come find out more this Friday.


L3Harris Communication Systems Information Session…Full-time Jobs and Internship Opportunities October 11

Posted by Tim on September 30, 2022 in Career Opportunities, Honors Experiences, Internships, Workshops

This event is for students to learn more about L3Harris Communications Systems located in
Rochester NY, along with full time and internship opportunities within Tactical Communications.
For Juniors and Seniors working towards a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Computer
Engineering, Software Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Wireless Engineering, Information
Security, Mathematics, Digital Arts & Sciences, or related field

DATE: October 11th, 2022
TIME: 12 p.m.
LOCATION: 107 Capen Hall (Colloquium Room)

Please RSVP By October 9th here:


What’s Trending This Fall in the Career Design Center…Resume support, Internship Fairs and More!

Posted by Tim on September 12, 2022 in Career Oportunities, Internships, Job Opportunity, Networking, Workshops

What’s Trending this FALL

Start marking your calendars. Here’s your fall lineup of all our upcoming events from the Career Design Center.

Pop-ups – Keep an eye out 👀 for the blue and white tricycle around campus.

👉 Resumade Pop-up | September 13 | Student Union Lobby
👉 Live + Work, Buffalo | September 22 | Student Union Lobby⁠
👉 Live + Work, California | November 1 | Student Union Lobby⁠

Career Building Skillshops – Start building top skills that employers want in today’s job market. Here are some of our most popular skillshops.

>>See all upcoming skillshops

+PLUS: STEAM Job + Internship Fair | October 4 – 5, 11am – 3 p.m.

GloBULL Navigation – Introducing a weekly session that helps international students navigate every step in the American job or internship search.

Here are our top picks to help you throughout the semester.

  • Career Communities. We know figuring out what you want to do with your life can be overwhelming. So we’ve created a less stressful way to design what’s next for you. Check out Career Communities.
  • In Career Design Studio, you’ll find inspiration, resources and tools all together to help you design your life after college. It doesn’t matter where you are in the design process, there’s likely a collection that’s right for you.
  • See Who’s Hiring. Use the filters in Bullseye powered by Handshake to search for internships, on-campus, part-time and full-time jobs. 80% of students who complete their profiles get messaged by employers that want to hire them.
  • Virtual Vic.Vic is your virtual assistant who can guide and answer your questions 24/7 about designing your career and life.
  • 24/7 instant resume + LinkedIn profile review.With VMock, get personalized feedback on your resume and LinkedIn profile using algorithms to help maximize your resume and profile in 15-seconds or less.
  • Talk to a Career Expert. Start where you are. Searching for your major, a job/internship, skills to build or trying to imagine your life after college? You Talk. We Listen. Book Online.

Internship Opportunity with UB’s Blackstone LaunchPad

Posted by Tim on August 23, 2022 in Honors Experiences, Internships

UB’s Blackstone LaunchPadis a campus-based entrepreneurship network designed to support and mentor students and alumni. We seek undergraduate students to serve as our Blackstone LaunchPad Ambassadors for Student Engagement and Recruitment (BLASER) in order to increase awareness for the opportunities that LaunchPad provides. An opportunity for UB students to gain skills and build their network through an on-campus internship experience.

LaunchPad offers two different types of BLASER internship opportunities; Project Based BLASER or Marketing Agency BLASER

Project Based BLASER:

Are you passionate about innovation and problem solving? Can you strike up a conversation with the wall? Do you want to learn more about leading people and running student events? Are you ready to lead a meaningful movement on campus? Are you ready to work alongside the Buffalo professional community? Are you an everyday hustler? Are you pretty organized? Are you interested in polishing your marketing and advertising skills? If you answered yes to these questions, this student internship could be for you. Earn 3-cr. in-person internship on-campus. 

Marketing Agency BLASER:

We’re seeking student interns to join the LaunchPad Marketing Agency — 3-cr. in-person internship on-campus. 

  • Create video content;
  • Graphic design;
  • Develop social media content; or
  • Write stories.

Internship requirements

  • Attend all weekly meetings
  • Attend at least 3 Blackstone events/workshops during the semester
  • 10-12 hours per week dedicated to working on your own project (see below) and tabling
  • Commit to planning 1 Blackstone event on your own. 
  • Complete weekly journal, prepare and present a 10 minute final presentation about your experience.
  • In total, interns must complete a minimum of 150 hours over the course of the semester, in order to receive 3 credit hours
  • Please note, all Fall 2022 BLASER requirements for internship will be completed in-person. 

Applications are due September 1st at 11:59 pm ET. Please note that interviews will be conducted as applications are received. Apply at:


Internship Opportunity: Undergraduate Neighborhood Planning Program

Posted by Tim on August 18, 2022 in Honors Experiences, Internships

Undergraduate Neighborhood Planning Program Center for Urban Studies

The UB Center for Urban Studies is now accepting applications for participation in our Community-As-Classroom (CAC) Program for class credit. The CAC program is yearlong and open to undergraduate students from all UB departments. Once accepted into the program, students will be required to enroll for two semesters: Fall 2022 as an Internship and Spring 2023 as an Independent Study. A total of 6 credit hours will be earned.

Students from the following departments are encouraged to apply: African-American Studies; American Studies; Counseling, School and Educational Psychology; Community Health and Health Behavior; Educational Leadership and Policy; Environmental Design; Global Gender Studies; Learning and Instruction; Social Sciences Interdisciplinary; Social Work; and Undergraduate Education.

The CAC program allows for the opportunity to learn and develop unique community engagement and classroom instruction skills. Training and supervision are key elements of this program.

Community-As-Classroom Program

The UB Center for Urban Studies has operated the Community-As-Classroom (CAC) Program at the Buffalo Public School #37, Futures Academy, since 2001. Futures Academy is located in the Fruit Belt neighborhood, a low-income community that is at risk of losing its cultural identity due to expansion of the downtown medical corridor. Most of the students at Futures live in underdeveloped and low-income neighborhoods. A primary goal of the CAC program is for the Futures’ students to become critically engaged participants in their immediate environments. The CAC programs helps them to see the connection between formal classroom education and one’s ability to create change in their communities.

The CAC program is currently run during regular school hours. The exact days and times of the program are yet to be determined. The CAC is run as a class where students are taught to address community and social problems from an economic, political, and physical environment perspective. The CAC curriculum is all project-based and three-dimensional learning. The students are taught to critically examine their own neighborhoods, act to change any undesirable conditions in which they live, and become leaders in their classrooms, schools, and communities.

UB students will participate in a series of program orientation workshops that will provide the theoretical and pedagogical framework for the CAC program. These will be held at the UB South Campus. Once on site at Futures, the students will assist the lead teacher with program instruction. Topic areas include urban planning, community gardening, and public art. In the Fall, the CAC program focuses on the Future City Competition. A local and national competition where 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students imagine, research, design, and build cities of the future that showcase their solution to a citywide sustainability issue. The CAC program also works with the Academy students in Futures Garden, a community garden which sits across from the school, and includes a formal flower garden and vegetable garden.

If you are interested in working in the CAC program, please contact A.S.M. Bari, Program Director, at


NCAA 2023-2024 Postgraduate Internship Program Application OPEN

Posted by Tim on August 10, 2022 in Career Oportunities, Career Opportunities, Internships

The NCAA postgraduate internship program represents one of the most rewarding and transformational opportunities for individuals seeking to launch their careers within the athletics industry. NCAA leadership development seeks your assistance in ensuring the 2023-24 internship class is composed of talented individuals poised to serve as future leaders within college sports.

The application for the 2023-24 PGIP is now available on NCAA Program Hub and will remain open until Tuesday, Sept. 6 at 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time. 

With a focus on ethnic minorities, women and former student-athletes, this yearlong program gives insight to the inner workings of college sports from the national perspective. Interns over the past 30 years have gone on to serve as key decision-makers across college athletics at the institutional and conference level.

Positions are available across all functional areas at the NCAA including administrative services, championships and alliances, communications, executive affairs, governance, inclusion, education and community engagement and regulatory affairs.

Key Dates

  • Application deadline: Tuesday, Sept. 6 at 5 p.m. Eastern time.
  • 2023-24 PGIP start date: Tuesday, June 20, 2023. 

Important Links

  • For more information including job descriptions for each position offered, go here

To access the application via NCAA Program Hub, go here.

Internship Offerings

Academic and membership affairs

  • 5 positions available

Administrative services

  • Finance and accounting 
  • Rotational 

Championships and alliances

  • Digital and social
  • Event marketing
  • Game presentation
  • Operations (3 positions available)
  • Men’s basketball 
  • Women’s basketball 


  • Brand strategy 
  • Creative & digital
  • Editorial 

External engagement 

Eligibility Center

  • 2 positions available


  • 3 positions available

Executive affairs

  • 1 position available


  • Division I
  • Division II
  • Division III

Inclusion, education and community engagement

  • Inclusion
  • Leadership development (2 positions available)

IECE Rotational


Please reach out to with any questions.


Erie County Sustainability, Clean Energy and GIS Internship Opportunities

Posted by Tim on August 4, 2022 in Honors Experiences, Internships

Just wanted to let you know that DEP and DPW are excepting applications for several internships: 

Sustainability and Clean Energy Internship Program.  We are hiring more paid interns to support our sustainability and clean energy initiatives.  This is to follow on five internships we offered this summer with support from NYSERDA, and we are refilling those positions on a rolling basis as they open up.  Three are being hired right away, for start dates in mid-September, and two positions will be hired later this year.  The candidates need to be recent or current college students, and will earn $17/hr.  This is a great opportunity for individuals to get experience working on these pressing issues while learning about careers in public service.   Here are the internship titles:

  1. Erie County Low Income Program for Sustainable Energy (ECLIPSE) Research Intern
  2. Erie County Low Income Program for Sustainable Energy (ECLIPSE) Outreach Intern
  3. Community Climate Action Plan Interns (two)
  4. Green Fleet Intern

If interested, email with the
subject line “Clean Energy Internship” and check out

GIS Intern.  The GIS Intern will work closely with the Erie County Environmental Compliance Services Division and the Office of Geographic Information Services to perform tasks related to GIS data development, data visualization, data analysis, map production, and work with online mapping applications.  This is also a paid internship, and we are looking to hire for September.  Responsibilities will include:

  1. Working as a team member on projects under direct supervision and mentorship
  2. Developing data summaries of field data using a template
  3. Assisting with GIS data organization
  4. Assisting with geospatial analysis
  5. Assisting with online GIS application development tasks

For candidates interested in the GIS Internship, please email