Internship Details

OSU-Cascades Innovation Co-Lab
Website:
https://osucascades.edu/co-lab

Internship Title
STEM Pathway Intern
Area Industry Minimum Age* Hourly Rate Interns Needed
Bend Education 16 + $15.00 8
Resume Required Requires Cover Letter Interview Required Hours Per Week Days Per Week
Yes No Yes 10 2
Application Deadline Start Date End Date Computer Knowledge Drug Screening
06-06-22 06-13-22 08-31-22 Yes No
Background Check
No

Description

About the Co-Lab: 
The Co-Lab helps innovative companies and nonprofits while training the innovators of tomorrow. To do this work, we help people build software, business plans, marketing plans, and other important items things that drive their business.  At the same time, we train students to take on these big projects and provide them with opportunities to learn, explore career options, and build new things.  

About the Position: 
As part of the STEM-Pathways program, the high school students work a few hours a week for a limited duration (example:  for the summer).  During this time, the interns get paid to build things, such as hardware kits, software, integrations, and more.  Also, these students learn about potential careers and colleges, or interesting things about how technology is going to change over the next few years.  Upon completion of the STEM-Pathways program, you may be selected to continue to become a Project Intern and continue the internship.

What Interns Do:
Co-Lab interns work on real-world projects by performing a variety of tasks and building their jobs skills related to:
- Social media marketing.
- Website and E-Commerce Design.
- Mobile App Development.
- Online Course development.
- Online application and data analysis.
Our Impact:
We help our clients build and sell new, amazing things. As a result, we create jobs, help our clients get funding, and grow the economy in Oregon. At the same time, we train our students with the real-world skills that they need to enter the workforce.
Educational Aspect
- You'll get the opportunity to build software and develop your coding skills.

- You'll also get paid to learn important career skills and build your resume.
 
Further Requirements
Who should apply for this internship?
Under the supervision of the Executive Director and Co-Lab mentors, you will get an opportunity to grow your job skills while working on real-world projects.
 
The following is required for this position:
- Bias toward Action – You must a checklist to tackle a project, and complete the checklist without constant management. You must be able to work with deadlines and meet them.
- Willingness to learn – This internship requires constant learning. You will have to learn how to use new technology, research areas that you are unfamiliar with, and try things that you’ve not done before.
- Integrity – You will log your time, and you must log your time on projects truthfully.
- Ability to Maintain GPA – You must be able to maintain a GPA above 2.75 after employment begins at the Co-Lab.
- Communication Skills and Responsiveness – You must have excellent communication skills. You must have the ability to use email and write professionally. Further, you must have a willingness to learn how to use Slack and respond promptly.
- Education – Must be enrolled in an educational institution within Oregon.
- Must have a basic understanding of the Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) and/or Google Docs.
 
You'll Be Responsible For:
- Checking email regularly.
- Checking Slack regularly.
- Using EmpCenter and Harvest to log time.
- Attending Cadence Meetings with the Executive Director.
- Completing projects with the help and supervision of the Executive Director.
- Storing documents in Google Drive.
- Communicating with the Executive Director and clients of the Co-Lab and responding promptly.
 
Lift Requirements

N/A


OSU-Cascades Innovation Co-Lab
Website:
https://osucascades.edu/co-lab
Internship Title
STEM Pathway Intern
AreaIndustry
BendEducation
Minimum AgeHourly Rate
16$15.00
Interns NeededRequires Cover Letter
8No
Interview RequiredApplication Deadline
Yes06-06-22
Start DateEnd Date
2022-06-1308-31-22
Hours/WeekGeneral Computer Knowledge
10Yes
Drug ScreeningBackground Check
NoNo

Description

About the Co-Lab: 
The Co-Lab helps innovative companies and nonprofits while training the innovators of tomorrow. To do this work, we help people build software, business plans, marketing plans, and other important items things that drive their business.  At the same time, we train students to take on these big projects and provide them with opportunities to learn, explore career options, and build new things.  

About the Position: 
As part of the STEM-Pathways program, the high school students work a few hours a week for a limited duration (example:  for the summer).  During this time, the interns get paid to build things, such as hardware kits, software, integrations, and more.  Also, these students learn about potential careers and colleges, or interesting things about how technology is going to change over the next few years.  Upon completion of the STEM-Pathways program, you may be selected to continue to become a Project Intern and continue the internship.

What Interns Do:
Co-Lab interns work on real-world projects by performing a variety of tasks and building their jobs skills related to:
- Social media marketing.
- Website and E-Commerce Design.
- Mobile App Development.
- Online Course development.
- Online application and data analysis.
Our Impact:
We help our clients build and sell new, amazing things. As a result, we create jobs, help our clients get funding, and grow the economy in Oregon. At the same time, we train our students with the real-world skills that they need to enter the workforce.
Educational Aspect
- You'll get the opportunity to build software and develop your coding skills.

- You'll also get paid to learn important career skills and build your resume.
 
Further Requirements
Who should apply for this internship?
Under the supervision of the Executive Director and Co-Lab mentors, you will get an opportunity to grow your job skills while working on real-world projects.
 
The following is required for this position:
- Bias toward Action – You must a checklist to tackle a project, and complete the checklist without constant management. You must be able to work with deadlines and meet them.
- Willingness to learn – This internship requires constant learning. You will have to learn how to use new technology, research areas that you are unfamiliar with, and try things that you’ve not done before.
- Integrity – You will log your time, and you must log your time on projects truthfully.
- Ability to Maintain GPA – You must be able to maintain a GPA above 2.75 after employment begins at the Co-Lab.
- Communication Skills and Responsiveness – You must have excellent communication skills. You must have the ability to use email and write professionally. Further, you must have a willingness to learn how to use Slack and respond promptly.
- Education – Must be enrolled in an educational institution within Oregon.
- Must have a basic understanding of the Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) and/or Google Docs.
 
You'll Be Responsible For:
- Checking email regularly.
- Checking Slack regularly.
- Using EmpCenter and Harvest to log time.
- Attending Cadence Meetings with the Executive Director.
- Completing projects with the help and supervision of the Executive Director.
- Storing documents in Google Drive.
- Communicating with the Executive Director and clients of the Co-Lab and responding promptly.
 
Lift Requirements

N/A


Area Coordinator

Larry Holeman
larry@edcoinfo.com
541-815-5005

* Some minimum age requirements are mandated by age and work restrictions mandated by BOLI (Oregon Bureau of Labor & Industries).